Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: February 13, 1948
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00595
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
lccn - sn 96027189
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Weekly HIS


37th Year No. 7 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 131 1 Price Five Cents

Proposed Consolidation Med .

Merely Miami Expansion Plan i






Council Com All Out f The Mlaml-Dfde County eon* I

Against County MergerOne solldatfon provided. in a proponed J t
amendment to the7 constitution of i
hundred per cent cooperation Florida* would be merely! an ten-
In the fight against the proposed pension of the authority of the
| Dde-Miaml merger was city of Miami. Vm J. Prullt declared
voted by the Homestead city council In I debate at Lesion Halt
In an adjourned meeting Wednesday here Wednesday night with a 13Cautler I
night Members wept on whom he opposes for
record as being willing to contribute election to the state senile The
I funds t a help f nance the, amendment bill tor which was Introduewi .
fight Pf 21 Dade municipalities, by Rep Qsutki In the .
against the consolidation I I94T !legislature. will be .ubmtttedt :
City Attorney Ira C Haycockread the Tlorlda voters In the genial" ..
-j I a letter from the munLlpaH- election In November II DAde iJt'

ties' association asking Home- '1 Count dy < rt 'vim ,PP!>ovat In the ,I.J
stead's, indorstment, and pointed1out
second primary .election bf held '
p that now Is the time to fight May 2S.
7l 7Ao the before U gets On the t
I merger The meeting was arranged over ,
r ballot. the week-end by the 8 yih Dade
Protective League, whOM JIfWlf.| ,
dent C. N Cook of Princeton, \
ROAD MARKINGS presided .'a

_ __ u_ __ _ __ ___. __ _ __ _ Cautler opened as sUlrm l\e *:}
speaker by saying that CM>C Cbunly '.
,- DEMANDED AS. 5 hu outgrown the rt-end- L.
buggy provisions as Ml up for ,

I .. -r ,IN CRASHThe counties In general and oonsnlda 'Iftlon
A.. .Mnr'fta SLADyT HURT .
: would effect economy and
TO tAU OFF at HomesteadAir
l lI efficiency He cited oonaulldallon ,
Show Sunday with specialcachet
In of and : '! health 1 '
of air mall for Miami. Injury of five persons I municipal comfy .
lUinUn dr. automobile collision departments and airport operation 3 '
Mayor Tom Kirby, standing, hasJust
I afternoon prompted the al Instances of successful merging
Tuesday | <
delivered mall pouch to .
t Introduction of a resolution at the of governmental functions He re-
Pilot Ceo C. Petrouleaa Passenger
Is Miss Irma Skstl, v. f Redland P T. A. lilt night de. ferret to the county-city disagree a.'}
mandlng the immediate marking ment over Jackson Mtmprlnl
W for Fruit,Testlvsl
candidate of dangerous road intersections. Hospital as a problem that wouldbe
'queen. Presented by John Neafeey P. T. solved by consolidation of Miami *
e .. "'- A. safety chairman the resolution and county government '\ ,I
asked the co-operation of all local, Qautlei summarized the proposed f
tAr [ yl Left U MINUTES LATER civic organizations In a concerted consolidation proct's
Helicopter arrives at Miami effort to obtain clear markings and The city of Miami and the
International Airport where reflectors at the road crossings I County ol Dade would I* nbolUtird .. !
special cancelling machine WM Six-year-old Marcia Ilelman and s new county o( Miami would If-.
set up by Miami Post Office. uttered a fractured skull and be created he taid "The county.
three other children and a man'commission would be rn nor*. In
all of. Miami Beach, received Isceratlona -II Bits, IJl.acto'oul '
when their station I the number ell which would be
I overturned after a collision .11 determined by a charte which Is t

I Mail\ Flown Helicopter ,to Miami PETITION NAMESCANDIDATES (Continued- on Page Twelve) 1| (Continued CM Page Fkvrsj) a

And Postmarked-All in 30 Minutes FORELEcrION!' Huge Wooden Salad&I-i :Display! ;j

Fruits and Vegetables at Festival
Matt .at flown Id Miami VHelicopter Miami airport by JOB. P McGowan .;
and postmarked all Miami superintendent of the malls, TOWN ,
wlthta a 10-rotmhf, period .as. a and the air show committee has I Dominating feature ol Sloe' fair nightly during the week of; the ..
fcjgbllaht ft the.first annual Homer written letter of appreciation! .
a exhibits- the Redland District Redland. District Fruit FestivcL
A his been' fllod U Ilh
stead Air ,Show sponsored hereSunday ..,. Emerson for his' co-operation petition j Fruit !
1 I Town Clerk; Ceo. M Arbogast U Festival will be I huge Bawl-shaped bleachers, also,
by AmM.Smith Post V. Mr. Petrouleat was. accompanied nominate the following candidates Fpodea "salad bowl" with alx "III be built. Jj{"
F. W. and the Redland District (Continued on Page.Four) for.the Florida City general election kompartmenU toe competing displays The stag will be complete with r ,
'Chamber. of Commerce. on Mar. I: Wm. /. Oerenimo of products grows In the all entrances and exits, spcUsl; switch i
Postmaster S. E. Livingstontelephoned marthal Mrs. Bonnie B. ...dama major area of the district Per* boxes to control eUbomte lighting ,
Miami Postmaster Work Resumed on LInkS clerk, and; Wm. Angel!, Jr., Frank rlne. Coulda, Princeton Naranja effects, a sound amplifying system !
Hugh P. Emerson as Mayor That After' Recess for Rains Navlllo, Walter Scbults] and Richard Homestead and Florida City One and massive background which twill
E. Klrby handed the special mall Mattson, courcllmen.A hundred exhibition booth am being rise graduated heights from
M PiM 0.0. C Pvtrouleas here Work on the Redland District built>> In the chamber of commerce (Continued M Page 1'ftIt t
petition presented at ,
promptly at 4 p.'rat and the MUml golf, course. Interrupted by high nominated the pre following building which will be ', -
port office had a cancelling water last/all, was resumed Monday headquarters for the dispbyt. THE WEATHEUSI .
candidates Mayor, Herbert
machine moved to Miami Inter reports Herman Helnleln : Outside the fair building a 40
Airport expedite the chairman the construction Hunter; clerk Ceo. M Arbogast; by 100 foot miniature will .
)feitloaa la of committee perk I oars as .man .r uw eoew era
handling of the letters which bore A. W:LJndgren, land clearing marshal, Andrew W. Paly W.f: !councllmen -, be designed and planted by the a.ent-.r suuw macaws& scar
,'Alonzo Lewis Sew
the specially designed. air show contractor, estimates that onstructkw Dade County Park department I tor. Mass raw' a.' ,lass iretl.
cachet can be completed within ery Harry. Degler Harry Cuchlella, Herman Heinlein has charge of I. 11 80.OS' .
Earlier "plane to have the hell. 90 flays If the weather permits W m. J: Myers and Ernest NellL this project. ret. 6 0 81 SO 3001S3
copter land on the root of the au.i steady work I Nomination petitions must be A 200 by (0 toot stage Ig under! r... 7. ____ M 300S aFeb.
i 'ami poet office were disapproved A pump for the sprinkler system filed by Tuesday, Mr Arbogast construction at the north end of $. __ .. (S 64 3004
j J'cb, 8 by'the fourth assistant pottrtm has been bought for early 'says, but Vie voters' registration I the City ball park for presentation Fb. 111..___.Bl lit JU' rFeb.
: "i ler general at "'aat ncWtL Mr Heinleia said. The deuver1'j'books will 'remain open at the of the historical spectacle, Echoes 10. 83: BO 01
s I The ma!. was.,ri calved: it .*be I pipe it already on, the ( (Continued oa Page Four) I of the Everglades", to be given S7 SOIL y


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Pare Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. February 13.194$ I 1,

F. G. HATHAWAY John Erieson Soccumtw 'SERVICES IIELDFORB.FOnsITIIE(1 Sneak Thieves Take $108 'f.Ch.el rear Wra window r. Braattey repeats
To Lingering Men From Bishop's
> dun were
i I tea *, tnkevej who>> entyr.4tb i
DIES SUDDEWFUG' Jaya Dime dvd Sat rday a := 1
-. had mad? k aj! wa ta ttes Iran Wahop-i fn'ora. fiM b;t.t4r llaTueeday
: alcht by sneak I nhM end i ocljctmarring.
W- Yell ,Balaa tiiaiday
1, L10IJArrr.r.t ,r:.. who was 71, bad :" MoaMie rbrvft a .e..dda.i tte.e4es at > reed entry ttreua p .
for same tuna. M. died Friday to a Van. *..- .
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    Gerald Hathaway of <<>ti wera cooMhieled t
    OeuMa H. dW tarlfettly of a Meoday afMnioa a MMJ( 70"senses waft,........ 6
    beast altocft at I. Tati T aJtmrnn ani Memorial PartMIIITARY .mosaw d.nfss to Grsdds "t:
    at Wt CtaMi dins '' till a..... a.d ....Mt need Ia 1
    Mn wafter ...--. yhe way RITES ,.. Camaony. Nate.juWM cf
    \ 11e 'WIDENER
    to called a Turner ,...... Nboojambulaa 11
    W ttr Hrthaway war| AT.FUNERAL OF':; Din [Nlordl.rt....bin ....... .
    fjf 3tMHMWM .... yeas Podia. 4ft'! *,a Eiada OllIIa .redauaMera. **-*: <:x J
    Jemt Anchor"!lia/h! H."I 1 I AUBREY NEELEY' Mra, mart" Cdtaa.ttrt . 'JI
    H.rtU-.i Will* (err Mo HuU Tin.,IM ; a
    Fun...' lien KW will be Ton- and Mara Sh-rler Fonytbe. all of ELEVENTH RUNNING f
    dusted br the Re.. Frank L. Every -i" Aubrey ZUbridce Neeley 41,''Oouhta Mra. ROM Curry of Kendall j a
    Puts of iJoaaatead PneJerJarVraooo 'died Feb. t .n Pratt General HoMai *-,' and Mn. SId Creed of >a- r
    ...... 0IwtiI. at J winch m. at Coral CabUa after an OKIot j t'ft; and five toss, Cahto 'of 550,000 Added t
    at Turner Funeral i of one poor Military aerviceaf:KendalL H. B. of Gould Guy ofCocomit An ,. a
    Chapel Burial Will be ia Miami marked the funeral held yeKterday1/ Grove. WOUm af Cvcr- r .
    MeaMriol Park. in Woue6da, his bo ieand home. rtadea and Roy of Jaapcr.Brooks :' t
    Mr. Hathaway IN\-..: Mi wife A wrtaran of World War It Mr i'' t
    1 1i
    Carrie. B: a daughter, Ann: two ,Ie'.d ia EaCUnd. Geraiaay i t
    aon.Janet W.. af Couldi and Way j jIS. .rraner and Holland. He'wag
    .. of New Smyrtu;a cranddwfhter. -'ban IB 1I'eIJbn rU roared taWauebuU. Inc. j Attracting Leading Turf Stars,$ I
    Linda Ana Hathaway of New and for the put 11 t
    Cmyna; a brother. UiJ. WIlL H. yean bad made his home taHoenettead t
    Hrthawar, USA sew auttooed mrratikfort. where he was connected -\ t
    I Germany arid a tMar.| with the pacttaf todurtry. !t tHe at 1
    Mrs ,Lad I. Thompson of eo- hovel bb Biother. Mrs
    tumbua O- Annie Necley of Wauchula: Ikli Oldest Completely I I
    A Bathe of Whitiac. Iwt, V* radl<<. June. Heeler of Croat City '
    Hathaway made .his ham(for 2t a "a*. Aubrey mbcfcUe Neeley,, Equipped GroveCaretakers 1
    year ba Miami where he wu a Jr. of Crystal Sprian UU-; two t I' HIALEAH
    p.IbUeta t. aioocUttd with brothers" W. L. Neeley of Home-,
    the Miami Credit Bureau Fifteen And and Jaime Heeley of Way, ..
    year M.,. be moved to Gxild chula, and two aisles, Mrs Ameta '
    where he. took an active part Ineoannumity Bailey of Live o.lIlUICI Mrs HUll Floridd's Oldest, Largest and Finest Track
    projerta. Even of Wauchula. r
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    ) Reef and Dee;p-Sea Fishing rbeoenSBOMKSTRAD

    leis Uadtac, Boat VtoktU-i Drwa the old Card ..... EA FLA.WANT Saturday Feb. 21
    Gait aN laekla fwaUMd. TaM keep roar fkh. IMS each. , rtwe >W. Mr trip tamest MaadayajtUd
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    ; It's a most happy surprise-that box of tempting, delicious Candy

    on St. Valentine Day-froiq our Store. Its the one gift on this

    o'; notable occasion that meets with response from every recipient. DAILY THO.M SLEEP1M CAD

    ,: Special Candies in Special Valentine boxes are now ready. We riM ol I'.t led cent M
    suggest- that .you order early, BO U\lto avoid any possible ..a tad MXK IWlTtD.SOUTNU o Nk 4 ..H HMM CWaeVeWSt.t ey ... M.aph LesS.
    disappointment *' via Ik* IAKJAJ CITY-;LOUISA SHCUU

    far bhnwiM *W nHfirtiiMTolph ,
    ; ta Ka. I. Hiamliad
    The DIXIE DRUG ..
    Homestead ,
    Hftffer at Krone.
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    February IS 1948 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan TkrM

    U.S. IN 3RD WAR.MARSHALL I City to Map Underground F dlities'I!'I

    PLAN And Study Higher Light :I "Late Blight" .

    has capacity ot but 10.000 gallons .
    A map of Homestead showini; ( It
    VITAL 'WEAN the location of an urdergroum and increased operations at
    telephone cables and water and I the plant require the use of more: "PARZATE" Is Du Pont'. newly
    sewer tines Will be made by th. oil than ever before, It ",.stated
    The United State right now It city engineer, members of the t tJ I t developed dlthiocarbamat fungi-
    In the middle of World War I III. council decided In an ndourne, Three Seek Bird's Seat So Mid Harrison Wood ralilo session Wednesday eveningTlx CommissionGrant a dust. Many successful growers <
    On County
    commentator and author of book. or:final map made when the water I have
    on foreign paiicy In a talk to I 1M system was Installed ties beef Stockdale. 91 .r-014 t\ and Experiment
    dub of Homestead 'Wed-< found "Par-tat unusually effective -
    Rotary lost. Mr Crawshaw was reappointed S. M C veteran and former secretary
    ne r W. hav been In World War J, O, Wynn was delegated to wort announced hU candidacy
    !Saturday (i late blight of potatoes and tomatoes ::1'
    lit th speaker Mid. since TIS ee.
    with frlm on the snip project far the county: commission from 41
    when Secretary of State Mae !-I Couaulmen:! TTm. MunelwMte. U4 rairth dlitrtct BOW represented WITHOUT CAUSING INJURY 4
    aU moved that the fruitless t:atI- Carl S. Anderson and i. C Wynn by Preston & Bird of HCNfttea4.I TO PLANTS.
    ferences ot foreign minister be were appointed to work out a flu It la understood that Chas.G. Tur-I
    adjourned--. rttr he obstruction had f\rIt Ible rate of light nod water nay .. Homestead former member' rot CSTOKMATION AND IMMEMAHE DCUTKKT SEX I
    denounced Bussia'a charge Higher rates have beet of tilt county school board, and
    tactics to th* efforts to work GQI \ advocated by torn cf the council I Hayes Wood also will be candidates -I

    peace treaty for Germany. members aa a means of Increaslni for the office !'. R. W. Brown Company
    served notice on IIUIIIa
    That city revenue.Councllmeir. South bade friends and supporters
    bluntly that th* could not bull I Jimer WoU m."t. 'of-Coimniatlaner Bird on Jan. oe.wntNo sail MJua brae 4-ttll
    ra| this country Into appeesemr t, I> Hood and Carl S.Anderson here M placed tarts advertisements la
    and tb "C3d war" was on. appointed to make recommendtkmi *- both Homestead papers expressing .i, Glade and Grove Supply Conpanyrtls
    could not fight a
    for adjustment of.orcup.- full confidence la him and I
    Ing war for more than to dtaw ) tions! Veens fee next year ,urging him to seek ..-.I U.* on i I .... "'-Itisnta If* Bad Its
    and we inuit not give Ibe :
    his record ot aecomplishments.Though
    In discussion about the need of I
    Communists nlOUR'to tint develop to rally beta tN Ir Installing an additional.-tank to I Mr. Bird expressed appreciation Collins Feed & Supply Company
    store fuel oil at the utilities plant for the tribute he baa:
    bomb, Mid air Wood. I N.L M *. F. E. C Ky.
    Consulting Engineer Wnv Sydowrecommended so far made no formal announce-
    this war. Wt i are
    W9 can win Installation of a15000gallon scant III his. candidacy It la generally Miami is. Ha-Thew* MM
    to ears, but we taD
    In It our
    tip and tank at a coat of', assumed however that be
    win It if we dont dilly-dally
    let-al presidential election din" $ ,to'( The It:1'|. only atjrag tank will run.

    ui from ItTh ... .. .. I
    Marshall plan U ene ., t
    1110 W(
    our weapons and we have beg ,
    The fr'that we n111
    to us It.
    afford it U aenicleai. We haw I lot t ti
    to afford It. You cant prN'dl
    democracy to a hungry man It II A7s
    known now that World War 11 a,.
    fighting ended nine months ahead
    of achedule-the ad of the time the
    generals had estimated for n:
    Money tavedvla just two..b'
    of that time would finance t\t
    tint rear' M the Marshall ptall.
    We spend more for liquor peI\ fie
    year than the Marshall plan wouI4 -
    cod us.
    "X Wester*'European federatliof ,
    'nrtSoni U ltbtr.-poa<<' i..

    , the taking.Pinker ..& ctl.
    German tlMptlal oitanUti
    genius, la helping In this
    I "A strengthened UN, would: 'be
    our final weapon. A new Into >. .
    rational court and an International
    FBC are among the things need,< f
    'I' to make UN i nieces" '
    Mr. Wood ikl''4. lhat of the Us,. '.0' '
    ! 000000 people In Kuasla only
    6.DM,000 are ConununUU. end tht .
    only way Stalin can stay In pow ,.' ': .
    la by maintaining: a police eta ;.,t
    He haa adopted Hitler1 ideal II :. .. if " ',"'.
    I well as hU methods: the Coir
    monist slogan now I* 'Todi '
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    Europe: tomorrow the world.
    1 Mr Wood la engaged In writer
    two book now, cane of which wlU
    bear the title, -Stain, Man or Is First !
    Masks". Hit broadcast ''11111! Only Chevrolet ,
    Changing World", la beard .ovfWIOO KHMM
    , earn morning at aTom 3 ufiaBJc n, .w ,->-* :<, rt_ _'. j *w$

    Mayea, former mayor of
    Coral Cable, win peak again
    consolidation of Dade County wit
    the City of Miami at next week. men and women everywfief mires
    Chairman Preston d
    meeting.B. Bard Program announced. R. B. Gall p Only on b No. 1-only Chevrolet U flntIn

    her spoke foe eMiaolldallan' at a -- o0-rouncf value ei In populartfy.

    recent meeting Consequently, more people drive Chevrolet

    Work, Materials Given *Than any other mole, according to

    For Community Sheltei official nationwide repitarotional and

    More than $'''00 worth of ma'tertaU *. sew Marnlerd of M -CrWoutrl mare people wont Owvroleri than oity

    and labor have been, Us her*, to Oeweisf a .o esWe other moli*, according to seven ind**
    contributed for the recreations 't rw..r-a-t ..... .....--... When ** li tier p mat
    ahdter which I* being built by UxnedUnd oWy *. Cher row and ....... When yw r OMI On telst| for a p* tdnl nationwide MVVYS, Here mthsj
    P. T. A. for we of the prised exc. >es, Wes, ..4 *pies pr- new 1948 Chevrolet. I Is record value.ha' .
    acbool and the community, Job wsw bwwd 061 to$ a say 1 am!
    Neafaey reports for the buildlni sapwh'e' can e For new and wan mare luxurious trying,

    committee. colors and appointments Iwo been
    win be resume
    when Construction frank Klich, block laylni .. added to all of Chevrolet1 other odvon-

    contractor who la donating hi) logos of BIG-CAR( OUAUTY AT LOWEST t
    aenrlcea completes work on the
    new st. John Eplacopal Church CooK
    Mr. Neafaty ..,.. The coocreti
    foundation and floor were poured 1 eg' yew p/emm car w goad rw.iro
    without charge byXudolf Andes Whet and o.-.w rWat.ere....", j.: ........ h brteQhg Hie m lee staid r
    son, and the plans were draw ea el Ira****iwadt due***w f MMKMS wnkei eve end M mdse -
    gratis by B. I. Marten Artton Was end tI--.JM psndh del r1 el yew sew devretaa i iAd
    The building SO feet ky CO fed hem k) fewtf eWy *. Oiwalst end J
    In lira will be of poured concrete azai.r art. '
    and cement block construction
    with a roof of cypress shingles 11 '
    win have a red brick fireplace CHEVROLETIS FIRST! a,
    equipped win; a grill for bar

    becuea.Members of the building committee
    ore the Rev. Robert B BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY
    Chapman. A. W. Undgreo. Principal ,
    Robert A. Wilson R. E.. Trotter
    MrNeafsey, Mr Anderson Homestead, Florida
    and Mt.AUrttM. "



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    Pace.. Four THE LEADERrENTERPRISE' Friday, Fe t

    ,. Theuader.Enteiprise- ., or to Scream in case of ,,_Ity.

    Pulling the heavy drapery back I FROM OUR MAIL BOX Iiir
    and looking through the window
    The Gadabout directly in front of ..... I a/ the yMrr I., 1 tALL

    ,*..**. h min t* Prince Publishing House where -
    t' By IMM Whhlag FemyraOutsldt the largest. SjwnJih. ff II FORGIVEN Indifference pa the part of {
    ......... PeMme u earr w.Fta.. America U prinMI dail/fnfftrAf. the t.rg Editor Leader-Enterprise: ma t ,_ .
    M tae a/eka lIMo PatkMae. -.-.. The oversight of the announcer W* with to take this opportunity I
    hand on the clock tower pointedto
    for the alrshow given at the municipal to thank you publicly for J
    at the city
    unru the dining root door IMl t a. m My
    Pose bin 04 --- below looked "misrao at this airport last Sunday. In most generate co-operation. II I
    boy met us and MM ...Miy. Leader- Vary truly I
    HAVURIC LtACM AdCHZftouu hour, U My city throughout the neglecting to thank the yours, ,
    I .se.A.e Lacer Senor Ferreyra, you are wantedat States with lights glistening and Enterprise for the splendid pub- W O. Van Tien

    r MASTrWRl 11- ..'.L..... MSUUCRIPTION the dnk", I tagged doing, a* occasional moving of vthlcU licity given, the show by your ap..uMil'.

    women fashion, and It WIt really and people paper ass due te ANYTHING but Feb. 10 IMtv

    the Us" a -..RATES.1.As. t a relief to find out that Ie Un d i iYour'

    *f snot D>*> A.'l";..., ftJett wen Mr of a food night Nit 1
    R _. ft fw, the. ".It At the desk the clerk checked war
    passport and look the number
    ..tent ..4 0160 Man esataar Important Notice
    en ... ",... st Uncle Sam had given lit This
    IlltarsatdFlat" =. :..; lilt or procedure sort on In all tilt hotels
    memo L Ins, I throufhbut South America. I lib :
    Pontiac Can Be RepairedOn
    / It, for It gives one' a feeling of or

    security In ease of an emergency
    Foggy W. followed the bell boy as h* the BUDGET PLAN

    took cur luggage te our nee arm
    I By Annie MoTtew FrlapaUIck

    On I foggy morning seeing things room.the The heavy beds had draperies been openedand were, 20% Cish................................_...............................Hal&nce, Monthly
    ./merge ,drawn over the windows for the f IH.N lab ISM.M lob 1100th Job
    If, Ilk* rummaging through' ansld night. A radio was on the wall and ".. Cask ...... Calla ...(. Cub
    abandened punc 'on the night table at the head of '
    - Some things are better tIIlRl'OU the bed were I light and a telephone MM11M: 1MM SI .M

    Ircmimbered them to be; The\ electric service to calla Charge 17." Charges< till Charges

    . You look askance at others, for maid, a bell boy or waiter was +

    they seem to be much won simplified by having a Small dec.1cwer I IIM $177:M $M1.IIftr

    the button representing the $11 per _It ma.. 1177 per _U one $26.14 mol mot
    1 MAIL FLOWN service| you wanted to respond
    i Fhe'We 'DSlhro\ Vas small and COilE IN "'OIi. N ESTIMATE

    1 (Continued from Page One) compact and Jt had the fourth .., I" '

    bn the flight by Mftt 'Oe org1SkalL nttallaUon", '

    ; V. F W. candidate for Despite the fact that' t gave up Preston B. -Bird Motor Co

    queen of tilt Redland District the habit of looking under beds

    Fruit Festival Mist SkalL who years and years ago, I never
    .tore a black bathing suit with a stopped looking out of hotel windows South. Krome Ave. Phone 434 Homestead, Fla. .

    Gunner advertising the festival or locating fire escapes to : "" 01 ,
    fflhdc a little speech Inviting spectator I! would know which way to run "
    : : i : III
    to visit the fete here Feb

    22-28. ''I I bet you think our 'pome axe t
    Some 4000 persons witnessed alllyl *

    the air acrobatics of nationally I But am sure )'011'11 find our work '\J
    ,. known pilot ind stunt men, promoters 11. dilly I

    estimate. but the show will Trade Winds Dry Cleaners (A v.)
    barely meet expenses is there were Echoes of the

    t but ISM paid admlMlons. Of 'CwMty and to. 110 S special Interest was a crop dusting of she SUM rtortdo. ill
    'SuhlbltloA staged by Mr Petr.u- ARTICLE III Jto r Ml Ml... M
    .... .
    Mm of Ibis *.gsratka shell k* bepnlrk.r
    leas In hit helicopter, and Id.Blehl .
    wooW ** ***rto MH> fth *r ..
    and Johnny Osterholt In con- for the kmftt Old OT*|.PII...
    of tile wrtmlhir*!. korUrxHunl. ll'Orterkmi Tickets Sale Opens
    StnilMal duster planet Tamout at_ ooroio el Do"* OmMty ... .
    stunt pilots taking pert were Betty the. Modi1 Dtatrkt W lido Casts *4 *
    the ant *f rkMo. sail ...h....' ": ".
    'TSkellon, Edmonson, C.rland ,
    ere enatd 1M. MootlMloa b, the ton ofARTICLE "
    Bill Dunn and Tommy Boyd, M.. Rua d" .......&
    IV Persian fill read 1 at C. of C. Office
    i ,whose "batman" act climaxed the ...._. .saw ... in
    show A group of nary filer put .... .... wile Yew _.
    .ertwmars, YsetM.hwq I/.qabg/ '
    In an appearance and s Red Croat .ad .the, r..arrea < Do .
    j unit stated I mock rescue. Id., shelf W volirM to --
    + of thin oMwIoUM. act shall W .d.aLN Feb. IS
    Participants In the rescue were .
    apre a .Leak' *rto y the B.: _.
    :Walter Weka Mr. Petrouleas, Roy Dlrarkm o( mid _..tI_. Mrmkorakl* r
    r ;Miller. Ccl. D. Chapman Frank W. koll W tare o owes W" .*. rwr 11_.....
    h .
    uw nIM fm the unrkHloii for
    ''Stillman and R bert Bojer i MIM*. ape Io4hlr4 Vets fill the.
    On the sponiort committee amid fill Dlrartor*. EivvUloo owl W
    A. M.
    a late.tA apes .11 to o"" the are
    ,, WIlier Weiss; general chairman, see/bd. days .. *.t ortk to the kr.low*.
    ' Thos B. Royal i Life Smith and ARTICLE: ". Title _...... ....11
    hero t."nal ....._
    J. & Fatherre from the Chamberof ARTICLE yt N._ sail -w.-
    Commerce and E. A. Wales, of *.h.erlb.e. ?
    gent : to the rear .l1-: :. tilt!
    eral chairman, J T. Godwin and l
    with the ll"k ofrf the rimll Con
    \ Monroe Lamer from the V. F. 1100. Ceuny. r1orido.
    \ W. ARTICLE VII. The affairs .. BAY I Your "3 for $2.00" strip of will have
    air show committee con- is-ank, Malt be _a./ed by a Montt! coupons
    aisled-of George Eichar, general II 01_ "Messed of .l.vea _...... ,

    manager; !f. O. Van Tien, operation ARTICLE__V Mw III.affairs Into of fallowing the OMoHatlofiIM ftttotnikall full value. exchange for reserved sections
    s manager; Dr. J.' A. Smith okoll __ the ...>4 ft" lUtwton
    ,' medical mill the tint .kakis M mriiM lot
    , director; U U Hood,safety iMbr thin rkntaiv towMtDo
    ! director; a N. Hutchinson, announcer U H..>*r A'... Jambs

    :, W. r Brantley, traffic lie Mont., HMMM I. balm -Victor B.Ock KMv PRICES and SECTIONS

    director; American Red Croat tint Its sharp I. LM i_ltk
    aid; T B. Royal tin and crash Tkoo H WrtMARTIOLI a
    director; state highway patrol and I r. The kr4>*.* dMOMoukw piss '

    county pollc kr won a ta"Irds W ooikx veto.ltoM4roMto4M *t tk w* General.Adm. Section. . . .! Coupon plus 20c Fed. Tax

    I 1 Utllltie Superintendent Cordon l*.r* '"f Trmlin.AKTItUt .

    'W. Ivey directed: the erection of ........... .X.. tltkUMf Tk Wit vktch unovM It _M I Reserved Section..1 Coupon plus 50c and 30c Fed. Tax
    I j ,the fencing of the tract. Mrs. Van at ear time ....1o i hart k PirTT
    : .Tien served al assistant operations mot BAND AND NO/IH MLtAMilMtm
    ( nip I
    ana.r. IN WITNESS WRIRROP the tool
    ! s.Lrra A Yew Wra.oM art their ko* >
    .... hu..1
    M at H *>uo4. Dade
    ' R PETITION NAMES r........ '
    'lalr..dl (at"."'

    / .u (ConOnued from Page One) _R J. steams e-: Art Dan U o 'MoAt= 2', Children under 12 'years will be admitted on one ] -

    town haM until Mar, t. toasted PwMkt Mooll .
    T. V. Umki Tkoo K. MlrtofVott "
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    1 For the convenience of voters, teat Ror .KoMomU admission. r '
    o'the books will be open from 7 to OollokM VMtr CDIJ / :
    T. MX Jim **onrlllrtl t ;
    1,4 O'clock Tuesday night 4 Farts J, U. BnHkK. .. Cal' :
    > Although exact figures were unavailable Novara. H. (rook neMl.ta* This.*. w.a.TUi MMcfcn olJ 1 ,* }. \; ,. ,. '.1. ,

    yesterday. It I* believed Nara lra.k4 11'.1.1. ..,- Metes
    that registration for this elecUon M..rrF trrkde a .. par".e..ew '. v
    grill' act a record. Mr V. Treater 1 '.t
    Arbogaal f1ATg \lrfLOaIDAIcottNTT . PRICES '
    reports At :,recant called meetingof OF DADS WITHOUT COUPONS

    the council, tT were stricken /sire" are, the .o-.4-/ .oot,1 hV4C .
    from the voting lilt p.nsasty! iiwoitW DAN L.rHoa 11':11.; : t'., : .' .. ,
    t Kiasr J TAKER, /' General AdmissionChildren"
    story Saysego: draw" OIWMr.
    rko .reef .
    : Th..ub.rpOMn M the __ .I" the toot tko see MM** < One iniliiam .. i.jl ra. s.' r w .li
    RRDLAND T AND VVMtT1apt the tsr.wdar f tk KFD w' : ,
    :: r.t.t'l.! to kori *64ICG&TABLE ; '.' . .
    easemwabrlr LAND: DisTmtTrauit >HD
    IMrelks .f spad.. w_ are *"* fA,,, neo a" Ilan tw **itir '
    she 1.,oli i W to* ClrroM Casa !>.* .* > W" the ...thin ll pat1 : ,; 50c plus 10c Fed. Tax
    1)Ma', tw''oo, M !its r M.. re rkrS that. _them Yea buss 55..f0Mysail . . .. 10'% t ,
    sera *. lees. t. Mk ovUrotlo fee this. piano f tk* onilklllioanMtni parn..pld..edtthe .
    a.aewaal ll said tkononoiortillo Jelf..A.e abrfdy ,sad ether -wlt.le. ..... fa wle..a.eAY.
    1M shelter the sass of M0 Cheees. u1 she M II stooks as Aduks $1.00 plus 20c Fed. Tax .
    to be ,....... I,lewd Milk ea es" VA tai -. aid : . : ff '-, - :
    I, Tk* OHO ./ the .epee& ,d/we. SMNM..M harts ,
    arrLAMD Planner FRUIT ( '& :f 'd
    FAIR INC and nester resell
    raTscLl l okoll k* heated il M..: TV.. K. Rhea loool)
    x *WW DorHo. nA.rlsd. kokot *M4| RESERVED SEATS. 1
    U. tk. fMfJotj.,1. 100551951.. I DOW- be sg barren . i' ';
    to Mpe.esrk.a4 +* vrM .*. ......... I Lk unit gar .. Jo.oor A. D, I= \' '"4'' ' ,..:." . "- .',' ,
    all MinaaNikil kr that ANNE U DU.KMtaf
    **n .MI*e ..*.... ..* ok* ,*** tt" rvklto MM. *lIT ...... $1.5A plus .We Fe "taxr'
    ...dart/as or MMitt *MI> = OfOM I o-.1tM-*... ..-I -
    lor Ik* kwWM se, IHt

    .' ....:-.'.,JI.-tl at. '.M.e.. ..... \_...... ab.rkatwd..'....IIMO $1.'M Mb IV 241=1 -if'

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    HOSPITAL LIE IER [i Mrs. J. R. Brooks Directs Canvass i i!|I Vandalism ReportedI I;ato.mClIllUl1ed or ,, kNel ,",.11.W.1vasr III ,,n 1\ '. I
    To P. 0. UettICth'etjI'
    ,,every oanat be jui.uioa l".\ "<
    For Bade County Community Chest mrtl,fine at not more than II l ttOO oi A number of rural delivery
    ; SIGNS CONTRACT I L- Imprisonment of not mure lhi
    R dontea have been damaged o>'. III Utret',.a....
    Under. d f Mr,. J. R'I Lift rd.; Mra A W. Undgrm, nj
    tM Mtop "
    tranoaUcM IVblnr1 *
    **ctN |r and the 0041- 1
    j FOR BLUE CROSS BratSk. major, convert of the !I U Bureka HsrrA:and Silver Aladdin Palm City dr.: ; and V tta by rdkUnaster B.. 'J'T. Visits

    Rtdlantf Dhtliet'for wntrlbutinh I' \the |Post Office Inspection I Homestead Odd Fellows ,
    I ;seines Archer SrnMi MOittitbl M the-'Md.'CedMy.tDswimunity SerC4r M that liucton
    I became I participant la the Blue Cheat U now under way The' TIIREE'DROWNAS may b* sent here to ap r rieti4 th & .t. Wotitrn.: grind mailer .ftM
    trOll hospitalization plan county: goal $848,8flT. will bt o. r.. an "
    j group guilty persona Three boUt were Florida I. -0. paid
    Tuesday when Dr Ctrl T Robin- divided among II partiolpatihg CAR PLUNGES knocked down recently and a single official vii to the llomettead
    I sin chairman of tM board of Red Feather organisation bolt was knocked down Two lodge rueodar nlghV The second
    tJIrectnr. signed a tttttract with Mr*. Brooks U dliecling the i day night, Mr. Livingston says. He :degree was conferred on threecandidate
    the Florida Medteai Service Corp.f drive to tM HohtetUad business KM CANAL Roy C Burlty. Robert
    . his the name of In* owner of CM *
    1 <**caai..,lie. section with the assistance tit Mr*. ; truck involved Vrana and L DI Rents! who will
    ,A week .* ten Aayi lulu ,be Robot Pflie*, tapuin>> Uw ,[ The law states that whoever|'receive the third degree Mil Tu* -
    { required bel.hate can lit Lehman and miter W.... i Two'ieoa*who < maw weei ,
    I admitted under the plan. Dr. Rob- Mrs. Herbert Kate, captain, J.* drowbe6 enfe-Mooda Mftrhlng!i|tear wilfully dowel or at maliciously teals any: letter Injure boa, I d wturkfhe meeting pl l... tfIIltkfi1111I I J
    Inatm (...d. Th contract was directing' the drive M the Hotn* ,when their automobile cr*ftdinto othef Iweptad bittndtd for ; and torte wen served In the
    kutlwtlMd' by the board Ih lead residential treat bitty the the canal on the ,N. Krome'tor the receipt sM delivery tkftJbfrr asslilanc W Mr, t, E. Pacettt j I
    TIle blue Cross pUn .allow 16b. Nst tdw: Krone Mrt John W rd., State Highway' J7.. about U I .
    day for i hospital room, and Collins, Mra Chas W Ltlby: and ,mile north Bf hameitead. The,
    provide for UM ill' necessary drugs ordinary Major Roy Chandler headi UM ;ten hours later by Paul trmlnget
    dressings, laboratory service, drive In Florida City; Mr Arthur of fcverRladca City who saw part Job PrintingLegal
    matefnlly cir, and tap to f 10 for Tracy, In AKapatUh C.nlenal| and 6f tile tire protruding abbve the
    sutteatbeila, |2S tot oxygen ther. Mr*, truce E. NMiblg. lit NaMnja.Mr I water. !I
    spy, lit for blood tramfualont) *. T Paul Haley will captain 1 The dead are Mr. and Mr*. Oed
    and IS for any: one accident or worker In the rural areas. Mr, H.Washington Jordan, both 47, and Blanks
    emergency.: It mikes no provisionfor EnnJ and Mr. Moore are canvaxlng .' Mr* Bessie Shepard, W. a sister
    doctor bill, Dr. Robinson Richard rd. and Bauer and I of Mr*. Jordan all of Mfll K. W.
    ar>. Plummer drives; Mr B. Heath 'Second ave, Miami. I Mla Crate Stencils
    The Rev. Paul L. Manning .f Holdert, VValdln dr| Mr. Robert I' Al recoallnlcttd by Highway
    Sacred Heart Catholic Church Bourn, Rcdiand r..| Mrt. Piul ,Patrolman Henry Randall who Investigated Mae
    eervH on the board of directorsof OtkJerko Halnlln dial Mill Helen the tragedy, the Jordanear
    tilt Florida Medical Service I FltiGlbbon Talbot rd.; Mr*. Don- war traveling northward when
    CorpdraUoes. ,lid Ames Commit Palm and Farm the front tire Mew but and caused Florida City PressU. :
    Into im ll
    ---- the vehicle la swerve a
    Australian pine tree, then to turn
    I' Need for Community Day Nursery end-ovar-and down the embank- S. No. 1, North of Patm A>c.
    meal to land Upalde-down M mot
    To Be Probed for Report on Feb. 20 than tour feet of wtter. I Attest Traxell,*J "ea,.' Kiaerienr
    Two wrecker were required to
    treed for I community day need for the project can be de ektricalt tile death car. ,
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    nursery here will be Investigated, termined.TM -
    t. and a report will b* mad at a camp board agreed to givefree
    7C meeting to be held at I p. an. Feb.' lights, water and rent of IU
    20 at Radland Farm Labor Camp nursery: oulldlng Colt of operating'
    The action was decided upon Friday the project was estimated at $150
    at k meeting of dub and civicceders weekly. The nursery could be *elf.!
    who beard nursery organisation sustaining It was stated, It 10
    J plans outlined bv Mr*. Mir. children were enrolled st a weekly W
    Caret it Eckttroro of West Palm charge of $5 each.
    \ Beach, executive secretary of the t
    Home Missions Council of North Top Price for Tomatoes
    America, and the Rev. Paul C...
    '9.10 at Farm MarketSeven SPECIAL
    sen, religious'! worker at Camp
    Redland. < thousand crates of fair
    : Permlwlort\ tor ut oi the camfnunery I
    quality tomatoes sold this week at
    { building<.for the" project
    wart granted Monday'flight by tilt the Florida City State Farmer
    mntp board. Persons-Who wish to Market at. price ringing from 1
    1 fpatronlre such I nursery are ID.1Q downward ti $U The average for
    I ,Asked t> Hit their name st the price was around $..'rtporta iof.r.1
    1 1 camp office so that tilt extent of ket Manager C. S- Phillip

    .I Friday and Saturday

    NOTICE '

    We are no longer responsible for any sales or

    ., service work done by W. Clyde Lowry who formerly ..... .

    i :, took service'calls from our office. I II I .. .

    i Ib. SacK

    '. Harris Refrigeration Co. I Ii i I

    Homestead, Fla. I


    Walker & Fales

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    : a :
    and Repairing
    PHONE 163 DAY lit NIGHT !'

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    (OpHall. t Cluoiber *f Consistent AUg.i "s; ,
    ----- A Mew wttk tin Checkerboard
    GHr AWAY (Next t* Hotel Wlad)

    I AUTO TRUCK TRACTOR Phone 206. Homestead Fla.
    !: .....te.-ra-ea. lard. us

    And be lure to ask your,

    REPAIRING PHrlAa Dt.l.r 'lot iltvtrttrtitUwta

    fctyatt >' Vajaa.Al. ......le6t WrtnVf you 11 .J

    "r Phone SllS (Night, 115-M) Uy twine Uylha dt.w.. -.
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    Paw Six"4 .O_ .4 : THE LEADERtKKJ ERPRJSE.I.K''" UPfrK Friday' 13.

    ... .- "- ,
    r" .... her".lr_' 0
    of Tom' River N, J, and daughter
    *,Janet and Sandra visited her I.
    this week with friend' The late Walker&Williams Friday and Saturday
    In and Jiround Otto rrorlep, Mt. I't rlep'* "'lhet.
    was one of the pioneer saurian Sptcials i
    herb __ _ _
    j jI ..:.- '

    Homestead Mr. and Mr*. John W. Freeman.
    it. of rlll'IIOIIW, Va., have been Grade A. Heavy wester.SirlohiSteakslb.*
    Nesting; here with Mr. Freeman
    parent, Mr. and Mra. J W. Freeman -

    I I Mr. and ),(rt. Frank Thomas of| Dire Allen TlbblU was called t J of Florid Oily,Mr and. Ellen MnFrewnan' 89c
    mother. *
    I Rhlneluider. Wl,. spent a week Atlanta Saturday bf the illness of Dandy of* H mealaact. .
    i In Homestead M guests of Mr' and her mother. sArmour's
    j Mrs V F Danzey, and leaving: ,
    Tuesday contracted for an fS.SOO The Rev. and Mr John T. Bowen '
    I Ala E. Campbell I II ill at bit
    house to be built on Kings Highway and Mr*. Tom Smith attended Star .
    horn on Kings Highway..Mrs 0
    t. near N. W. Second av.. They a zone meeting of the Church of ,
    l will ,return after disposing of the Nazarene held yesterday afterKU1UE SLICED BACON lb59C
    :" properly they sown inn Wucmwla., and Mra S. C. Schubert of i
    Superior. Wl*., were weekendguests ,
    . .,. ..
    o o.u. W *U
    of Mr. and Mrs Y'rn. F ......rr ICIlK. .141 rI r
    Mr. and Mr Robert Braiwellar Cody The party enjoyed a flihIng NOTICE IR assassin GIVEN that ...*I
    l parent of a ton born Feb.,7 trip on tile Keye Sunday.Recent -".t to Cheats lee. PlorUo auiMM,1 Western
    INI tin folk-In. !
    Was In
    at James Archer Smith Hospital. guests at the Cody home DAB ....,. .
    (: rtMitb. vill k* effaced for : .
    Mrs.. Braiwell I* the former Mia were Mr*. Cody1 nephew and I .10 >l mblhi wilmr for ... khkMt. sot Ib <
    bet auk ... M the CnutlwvM: _" ._ SALT PORK 39Heavy
    Eleanor Sullivan. niece, Mr and Mn. T. S. Stormof the beer LlLf! .'.leek A. u .. t*.
    Minneapolis Ilk day ( Harrti 114*
    Mr*. W W. Vaughn of Ocala Lot .. out*.airrinMIllark ".... CHr laltlr .
    arrived Saturday to visit her aon- Cw.aaays *.MI.lik.... A f... ,...wires I
    Don't blame wife U lose rill Itank 14 It P. Ml WeeteraCHUCK
    In-law anti daughUr Mr. and loin.Ed"ard your you 1M .. lark a. Hardy 1:1t1r salt.
    Jtlrby. :, your money, C.w.t'.aa.bdlrt.h.... A Oak AaMriliw
    We'll fix those pocket and you'll .. flat Bwk 14 It Po. M.l . j <
    .. I1. has W It ft I, W. ...........1.. ROAST lb49
    love your\ Honey. .. ,
    Mr. and Mr*. Elwyn Cooper of I Addition., A Sulk. AmrtflM Put HookUont
    I Page
    Trade Wind Dry Cleaner (Adv) I
    WeitherfleU, Conn, and Mr and I Let Is 1. U. P.'s e..e.d Addkh. ,
    Mr W. K. Walton it'? of l'Im-1 to IN.4 It flags.. A 141 scab. Aaead4ee 4t.rims
    erstMlte. Conn; arrived this i'eelt, 'II', tat II. J. U. rrW. fcra.4) AMIHo
    to visit relative here. Mr. and to K_....... A auk. Aaw'dly I* MM Randy .
    D".V 4 it |mill
    Mrs Cooper art house guests of .11 Lot MlllrrV Aadllbi '
    Mrs S. A. King and Mr. and Mrs CallBenson I'"i e.e.dloa .:PIM. Urn* 1 .1 F" .'Ill A.,i Apricot Preserves, lb.'j jar._ "'M .19c
    Marry E. Cooper, and Mr.' and Mr*. n( ClrraK Cruet
    Walton lire vlitlng Mr. Walton rude C..oy. t1nItI. Dennison Catsup 14' bottle .17c
    ,. oz .
    mother "Mr, W. K. Walton. Elect I a. M clerk IKKPtRDputir A'

    I _(FA, ,)., f.. u |*aEF. > '
    J. II. WKHaker! I II recuperating 1 Monarch Soups .

    from S at Jacttton an operation Memorial performed Io pltal.Mr feb. ; Princeton Florida r Marshall Chicken Noodle .................... 1..2: cans 25c I/i
    I For *. Vegetable SOUR ......:......._;.:'..... cans 23c (,:'
    Vm. J. Clark 1 111 at her Acrol'NT.u.rT
    ham* os N, W. Tenth* it Her I ''". Tomato Soup ....:....,....;..I... .........2 cans 19c ,:

    brother Hugh Cl:ngman of Wln- Ser\'lce.or Office, open evenings'said ' :

    Iton-Salem N. C. has been visitingat 1 Sanday Snodrif, 3 lb. can. n _.. .. .. _;: .1.29'. ;
    the home of Mr and M..Clarkand Repairs
    I' of and M.... R T Holbrook, McCRORTAtCADEINCOME
    another rathr-ln-lw and liter. TAX Fresh Pies, Cake, Pastry and \ rf.

    eo UectrV reap, Slaves

    j atfended' \ ant Aar:' Otter Eleelrlea I II Small Bookkeeping Ceiuultant Business HOT DONUTS :

    r Florida Chain of Missions Aiiem- I
    + Aaallaaow .. .
    ): Miami While Temple. -
    bliss In -

    " 1 1))i'M.. ..*. R. I.-Cwla;; and her 11II 11- >HtltltllllHMniMIItailtmillHIHMIHMIIIItlltlltHHINIIttllt. llinitllHtIHmilHIHhllH4llllltlMlH IHHMHIIHym.lllllllHHlMM

    , .! mother "'n. Beul Sanderon Phone 442 .
    have been nil of flu at the Godwin
    home on N. W. First ave. M. -

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    r Mr Elizabeth de Kray of North Why. Worry'
    i the winter ken : '
    ; ;Dakota spending .t . ;
    i with her brother-in-law and liter,
    Mr. and Mr. S. F Matthew S. L. Kendrick .
    ( : f 1C8TICB OF TM

    "F\: 10 Lax u.MMALAIIUN TMAMAI Y birth Orrtlrlraie rues.4 elba >eaeata '
    10 area.s ..0057 Wants" al ble ( ackMwlr fH and wit-
    . aan Ams ae- t
    ((5 va..t..r. 014% a
    tyrake. M any.$As w.-.
    ;.0 wbm.1.av5 rA1Ji DYM1.alI ._ Odd 'eUnra Bldg.
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    Ii CIVIL ENGINEERING ttiiiTivaa "Redland Brand Fertilizers" J ,

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    !, I Phone. 16, '. Heniy R. Pridtien, :Mgr. Homestead, Eli.FIl' .

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    IrVMafc r 18.104ft. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE'r-- ,..- Pagfa Se ve.

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    Church cf the Nateren In Miami. John B. Stetson Univerelty, re- dren. Rodney Yvuw,
    t' turned to school Sunday attar 1 returned from M extended visit, FRESH PORK SAUSAGE
    Mr*, 0. H. Sullivan .. recupei-I ptndtnf several days INn with with Mrs SUtunont' uncle and .
    from at her home on N.' her paren'a, Mr. and Mn. J a aunt Dr and Mn. A D. Dennett,, I #
    flu Oil OWN
    Y. second"I"t Alack : I In Douglas, G>. Mr. Simmon,,'
    hit family In Vildortjj ;
    Joined t
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    where they wen week-end fueeU ,.. 4, ,

    of Nra Slmrnont brother and sip I SIDE 'OF BEEF :lb..._....:........-.............__...55c
    ) leMn-law. the Rev and Mrs
    (Cut U r r erdcr)
    Afs Slrllt OIad'd k. and returned to
    s eM Homestead with them. I'
    Our price will be in line with the trend of
    Sunday guests ot Mr. and Mrs.
    B: B. Francis were Mr. Francli' the times.lUTbif .
    brother and Mit r-ln-Uwt Mr. and
    U.... E. Y. Francis 411 Coral Cfblea.
    Part/I Serve i

    Bobby Morgan ton of Mr. and FLAMINGO STEAKS, each ?........................_....1Slrloto
    ".... pete Morgan hal returned i: .
    ( Steak treeen U nt hamburger ball)
    to University of Florida after ..
    spending the weak-end at home
    )0 *DeTtiiatlog epIdemics hive nuked with war I CORNED BEEF, Ik.. .K* STRAWBERRIES, Ikv Me 4
    and famine a* population levelers Of tbeee a E. S. CpHrifier U recuperating Pwe Perk SAUSAGE, Ik CM PINEAPPLE, pu. Itc ,

    4 three scourges of many pestilence' was DOlt in Jackson Memorial Hospital after SLICED BACON. IK. ,|V> SLICED PEACHES ,L We
    . '.. dreaded. During the Black Plague epidemic ofF an operation performed on AU.MraunWBEEI"I.UIPUCOTl, Ik,. .._ lie
    1548, It was estimated that In tome place ant feb. 4. Ii
    \ CHUCK: KOA8T. ..._..$SG APPLE SAUCE. Ik, _"_ _Ste
    two-thirdt of the 'population wee wiped CIUt.i
    The discovery of bacteria I' the ctnte of U- Dr. and Mrt, E, J. Graham olPahokee

    i 't .,.,I f ctioes disease It still within the memory of the and children, Diana, Sawn -
    , -r i i' |Jvfog.Pttteardevelopedil> innaedne fat sables is IBM and Joe, spent the _k-end
    in Modello with Graham'sParents. South Dade Freeze PlantS.
    ,. f' : Since' that time many immnniriog procedure bar* become Mr. and M'n.c. per William I Quick
    rf .. ,..; routine. A* a consequence deaths from infectious diseases *
    4 i;. 1 bare bees drastically redaced.! I .W tnd St. and let Are- Homestead n.1
    Everyone should be protected against smallpox and dlph' Mr*. Adolph Ub'rlch of Rochelle,
    t.,; J thesis a* an absolute minimum. Do mr#,+tfit for an.epidemic ... N. Y, U a house guest ot Mr. and
    _ .'. I M break out. Then it It often too late. Mn. Frank W. SUlllT ln. ,

    N \ VTe maintain complete dock of biologlcali subject to -
    the orders of rout phytlclan. Mr and Nra. Frank Shannonand
    Boyd Piper all of Mount Holly
    N. J., and Mr. and M.... Wm
    y Glades Prescription Shop Sokolowikl of Hainesport, N. J., GENERALe"ELECTRICSALES
    o left for their h;>mt Tuesday after
    ipondlnf a week at the J. H
    HOWARD JOHNSON. Ph. G .- Kitchen home In Naranja. ,

    12 North Krome \\c. Phone 64
    Mr. and Mra. Grtden Danlcli
    CLOSED SUNDAYS, BIT LV EMERGENCY PHONE 517 and baby Miry, and Mrt. Gladys Radio and
    Appliance Repairs
    Thornton and two children, all 61
    Miami. were guests Friday of Mr. .
    and Mn. G, SI. Pierce.
    :. .. LICENSED and INSURED
    I Mrt Letter Mathlt it recuperating -
    at her home In the Bigger' CONTRACTORWRIGHT
    Bruce's' Block Co. I
    apartment after a recent operation
    performed at Dade County

    ty Hospital, ,iA. .
    Jat[ Naranja Rock Co. Quarry)
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    Your Orders Repectfully Solicited! and Mn. Wilbur Coves are Krome Ave. at First St. Phone 288-W i
    parent of a teven-pound eleven-
    Y ounce. daughter Mary Elisabeth\ "" 1
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    If born Feb. It In James Archer
    Smith HotpiUL Mn Cavil 1* the
    former Mil France Floyde
    A ton was born Feb. 21 to Mr. I I
    and Mn. Joe Harden of Home

    f South Miami Theatre ttead. altJ

    of Mr.Homestead and Mr*became Russell parent Crawford ol Stmf.

    a ton on rVb. 7.
    I, ; I Sleeks South ti Traffic Light en 8. Dixie HitbwarPhone Mn. R. R. Kerr of Perrlne U
    ) It-Jill South Miami. Florida a medical patient. Marti Helman, I
    who received a skull fracture In TELrrnONE; : Ne. 171TWO
    an automobile crash Tuesday, wajtransferred 'I SHOWS DAtLfV T and t P. M..An'IlDAY .
    and SUNDAY continuous t till It.Admissions .
    et t FRIDAY, Feb. II-Ul Times Tonight Wednesday to St
    Miami Beach' Nlfkt Aenlta 40r. Children Itc; M.tlnr -Adelta, ,
    Francis Hospital at
    Del Children lt. (Tax Incl) Matinee Prtcft till P. M. !

    I I ..vv.w.vTO Last Times Today:"'The Beast with Five Kinjers" I I II
    ; the Stageony Jenkins and Her Pals" I :
    t" fl I 8 ATI KIM Y, Feb. U Double Feature Pmtren I II
    SATURDAY, Feb. 14-Centlnueua .. It p. m. I'I' I "WILD COUNTRY" '

    DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM (Gum blare at outlaws ride the range In wild country)

    (Whiplaihed by a love that turned haired to murder) .
    : ( Trucolor) "

    t J.. Am LAWRENCE TIERNEY In I' SUNDAY and MONDAY, Feb. U and 14

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    :1' i PUMA DoSUILDS (Here's welcome newt you'll Creel with cheer They're together
    again after three long year) a
    e SCNDA T aid MONDAY F k. II a" H ONDmON I Added. : -Jamoki Jacka. rartoen; lathe 111..1nElDAI' "

    BURT LANCASTER and USBEtH SCOTT In a"...-=.:oft9.0Glade ,
    WEDNESDAY.. Feb. 11 and II
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    4 (Color by Technicolor) "THIS TIME FOR KEEPS.
    and Grove (In Technicolor)
    : '\ ; livery song a hit Every laugh a big one. Every performer a, I
    ,1 TUESDAY WEDNESDAY.F.... 11 *.IS-Shewt at T f + .., i Supply Co. i aUr. Every MOM mermaid a knockout)

    ..i ROBERT CUMMINGS and MICHCLK; MORGAN in Yew ...... rbeekerbaart Store Added) "V..IMg Tkifeta", TneMahrr' "B ar and the B .".

    THE CHASE"THURSDAY I a." ....., e'--. r' s
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    .J .r THURSDAY" FUpDAY. Feb. If and 2eSYDNEY

    FRIDAY Feb.. M ft.'*..-.Skewi at T A t .. m. THE VERDICT"
    (One murder solves another In this,drama of adventure and
    ), "STALLION ROAD" Arthritis Pain suspense)

    J Mltitat.i? .Mlles. awls fat Addfdj "Cinderella Fella". WB ekert: "Mvalcat )//.r""' ", I Mrs .t ....::.. ., an.nimcts )(?alai; Paraiaewit He_
    A Under IS ire, .e Under IS rn. tie Adults, SSOy' Rue. marts u "u Mrt. ant e.wrww coming dead ar and Monday Fek. It and Hi "I Wonder \\1 I
    "t At."AYi''I'BZ''NST'AVAILABLE SHORT .SUBJECTS Wf m= mtn mmitt.Hr.M Klaalnc tier ....". witli Jut Haver Mark tlerae.t I
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    -- 18. 1848
    fare EU&t THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday February

    n ... tNj > Social Events f v in-- Souih Dade . . -


    i f and Mr* W. a Van tlen

    A study of tile create Va" *..i Mrs t. ... Cabs Mr*. J. Torts were hosts Monday at a deep.c* Th* ItoiAwtead andre RfdIanel and younger Intermediate scouts
    tented .r Mr*. Roy C Burley f MIlL A. J. Col born, Mr*. fWiing party for Mr. Mid Mrs < WM .....1If I4 M a salt ofM will M give Is.':law to be held
    ; lh, rtbnurr holing of the orTraAk "issaneati. KM.. Whitney Tommy Boyd, MM Betty Skelum. South made -CooBcfl tt aidteoelst4l'sBiday. at tl and I o'clock to the Junior
    '.. *Music Club'thl* week at hire BMM. Mr. Gordon W. Ivey, Mr*. Woody Edmonton one Cart lad lead"ess'"sneehego League room, tot Biaray*.4uiUMr -
    hiM .al Mn. John V CoUlm U. Collier, Mr*. U L. Hood Mrt.A. bill Duns Pilots *11. partklpat** evening At A !II.. 111....... .
    ; After a general explanation of the U. Lawn Mr*. B. I. Cdwardt, U the Redland District Alf. dare held 44,11k ssmiesdHeabytsrl.A ** Cart** ,Vwa*,R program
    +!: nock tars Mr*. Burley gave Mr L. .. OMtk, Mn. W. a Mllla, the group went ifl boab WItH ChurchMr*. //A. chairman ot tM Leaden1*#.IIodPu.s .
    'I- "rlet( Introductory talks before Mn Wro. C. Ewing, Mr A. O.U. by Thomas B. Royal and .J. R Brook *.l.aOacted chaimaik ..AdMr ovtUMd HM iwogrem-foT the
    !I sort Mate .n the prograM = ., Mrt. I-N rt11.tlr Brook Miss Skeltm tanked two JU & Yagl' ,-=iet.ar1. Mr*: aminc! year gad iff* *tv ty OM
    !, Tit numban gives\ worst nwv'e- M I A.: dotpMiM averaging {t lWlCllaadt Oeo."D.11tlNble, Joc J' Old Scout to attend tM leaner meeting
    .\; 4mnt from Scarlatti aonataMn RoBert. Mrt.. It O.thurmaa and and other to.the party made e /eadet'prelided' bliss meeting which will alternate with the ana
    "' Chi. W. Leroy "M nnlllllt' Min Bertha Hill H._'". big ektck At bottom fUh. which WM attended by the leader meeting,
    11 1 Kontta" (Beethovtn) and "AdagU assistant. leaden, to* raftunlttM Polly Council, field director told
    f 1 koilMUti", Miss franc* Rutland; NARANJA CHAPTER, 0,I, E. S., HONORS 24OP member and representative. of of Europt'i need for clothing and
    Allegretto Mr* M. C,Lawrence; the era*'*scout group Mr Stan uggetted that each troop end In
    -FTHto ACIUto4, Mbl Ruth LINE OFFICERS: DISTRICT NO. A 'ley MUledge Dade. cemmtMioner, report of Ita activities to be
    i l'opel! "O d of All Kahire, from explained the need and tM ben- printed In the Trophic Echo,fclrl,
    1 the "fifth CympliMr (T"tilfcowakj Twenty-four UM officer ttDiHrict 1 ant by a. refreshment committee tits if M tie organintlon. Scout publlctU6rt. and )oral newspaper
    r ) and "Urgo", twin "New It, O. E. S.were honored.r I headed by Mn. Nellie Torbert. Mgt: L B. Woodmansee of&>tith Mfl. MUlled led group
    World ,Symphony"'dl Dvorak),,1 .b. I by Nrnja Chapter. Other J The Visiting officers were Introduced Miami sold that It will ttt possible ringing. '
    r chortl club Mr*. C I and and presented with girt by for tint lhe.teldl\tI4l.1\d area I The BoMth Miami ama Was or-
    'ri. J. h KtlUtt a visitor from honor guests wen Mrs. Nancy I at.and Mr* E. E.: Vihlen, associate to baba t a.? temp this MMrtncr, Behind with Mr. Joe Cotton a*
    fountatn Ian. S. C., sang the solo Rickard, put gland hiaUon, and I patron and iaaoe'Itroh! Of If toMi MM will take the training chairman; Mr*.i. C Browner, secretary >
    parts for the choral MlecUon*. Ibtrt. E. B. frincl and M.... Ethtl' 1 the chapter! and by Mrs. Norton count for site directors be held, : Mr*. Vtroer. registration
    Special guests Introduced by Donner, ,worthy matron I II )k Peters and Mr. J. E..: Diulhltlonductreme In Miami on Mr. 4. Instructions|ehakmani and Mr*. woodmuuM,
    Wn. II. L Brandenburg preii0 Basket arrangement ot piteU:1 for leading the camp for Brownies progVam chatrntM.
    : ,._ Mr* C..1an4 'McNlltt tinted' gladioli were taet for dee I
    \ 4111 Coral Cable, president of the antlon. Assorted undflrteh And .
    ; District r d ration of Millie Dub, coffee we.Mrved Ut the 83 PrtMKS. *- "
    Mr S. Leroy smith of Miami who
    j tin charge of the annual Miami CAIN ENTERTAINS I I.
    ( )unl>r music festival, and Mrs. NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB Newest Patterns in .

    Cutter McCormick of Chilham.V Mr*. A. M. Cain wi hostess Feb. .
    t 4 ta the Jte dl lj"'cS neighborhood, .r. : .
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    Moral decorit'oni; and the refr .
    llo, cake
    Club. Fruit J and orange '. ;
    hmerit course of assorted IMdwlchei | 1 .
    lake were eerVcd. :, B tesBEDSPREADS h.'J ,
    I and fruit juice were In the Member present were Mr*. c.' ,

    I valentine motir.lIOIttIIta M Bates, Mr*. W. O. Chaie. Mrs.1 ... ,
    were Mr*. Carl S. W, W. Cunnjrlnghun, Mn. W. E.,' ..' . .
    Anderr,:xm. Mr*. Wm. C Pane Mr* Gab)', Mr*. R. A. Holmes, Mn R .
    , J. W. English, Mrs. J. D. Redd and W. Klnimtn, Mrs. X. F. Ray and '. .
    Mr Collint.Prexnt Mr*. Cain.STANLEY. .
    beilda those mentioned -
    were: Mr*. B. t Vihlen, PACrm Mud L I
    \rt. Undon Hlckion Mr, Zola SIXTEENTH BIRTHDAY f
    McEwen Mri. J. L. Burton 'Mr Mr ahd Mrs. Earl J>*cettt entertained -
    1\ Ivan Moaer, Mr*. W. R. Bird, Mr with a wiener roast oil' Prictd from"
    J.R. Rutlind Mrs. A. Frank Webb, the Picettl lawn on .
    .Mr .John W.Whlchird, Mr Howard honor of. the sixteenth blrthdat,
    L. Johnson, Mr* Minnie AuiUn : anniversary of thtlr 'ton, Stanley!i I *. <-, ,$7,25.1
    Ira. Chal. H. Stttfani, )tta. Croquet and table tennis wire'
    \ Sam J. Davis, Mr. W K.: Ctby, played, and roasted wieners, hot,

    chocolate and birthday cake were I' Also in fitocki. Chenille-Spreads,
    I BUATtO FDR ART CLUB Young guests Were.Joyce' Walker,I r ass Sheets, Pillow Cases, Pillows and
    ;Mary Lou Muatlwhita, Mirth| Blankets. '
    Each member of the Homestead :Let Cavil Norm Hatcher, Joyce
    :.Art Club It asked to bring to Mon- ; Morgan Betty Turner, Kenneth :; ,
    : ,day' meeting one or mire of her Privet, Bob Dr wdy, Billy Horn,
    . ticoie treasures, a work of art or a bobby Schowallat. and David ,..
    keepttek The meeting/ will be held rrledrlch
    '.t the home of Mr*. C. L CMpley.Mr Adult present were Mr. and
    W. B. Cave wen lib on tin. John Canon of New York.,
    t same modern painter, Mr Ben Art. G. C, Rivers, Mr*. Florence
    : Archer will continue scheduled P cettl and the .boat and horteM.I'
    picture study, and Mr Cblpley

    Will ling. bon't blirn yoor wife If yM lose
    Each painter member it the club
    your or *y.We'll
    I* asked to notify Mr A. Prank I -
    fix thus pocket and you'lllove
    Webb president, or Mr. 'CI\.I your Honey
    exhibit I chairman, how Many pictures
    : I Iclub' :Trade Winds Dry Cleaner (Adv.)
    the will contribute ,
    exhibit *t the Fruit F..Uy.I.1 I .
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    HARRY MARKOWITZ"I Dr. F P Archer, Jr. ;' !

    i ago 8. Mil 1111" MlaJhlranaerly Optometrist ,

    W. MOttRY IT.
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    Back k* Bwfaiea fta MtaaalOaj I SMITH-GRAVES FURNITURE CO.
    n D. B. Moab"W N*> 1 Tktrwnyi 1 r
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    Sell .Service Counter Service
    ". Ohio Uwilltasl 'sills, >r: ,

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    ,: 1 r. Leonard W. Oilskin 1 , : ,
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    LASSES : : ,

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    Friday, February 18.1948 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Nina n

    I .VALENTINE PARTY FOR BAPTIST GROUPS CLOTHING DEMONSTRATION' en land animal badge requirequtreroents. -
    The leaden are Sally
    HELD AT HOME OF MR.AND MRS. JOHNSON GIVEN A clothing rtlNCCTON demonstration CUB was Troop 13, Girl Scouts'.ldad.a i Suber, Joyce Ennli, Joyce Walker,

    glvTAluAlaMfVL- Ui'x*. Kl!..b < aced Nadoane Ruth W* have)
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    IMOd61111" ilK 1T.7lIit tn-VrilllJ
    ;' clothing chilrpjsn at, a recent .Jcri"-I TfaftlWinimir elms
    the evening by maichitur halve*of rule Austin,'Betsy and Kitty Meyer, meeting of the Princeton Home picture and studied animal breed,
    valentine at the talenUn party Janice Johnson, Earl Lee Andrew Demonstration Club. Miss Eunl-t and we are tttu learning more
    ,Pool, Jerry Peeplet and the boat Grady, county agent, displayed The Old Scouts have been very About the next meeting *.* are
    the Win.
    held Tuesday evening by
    and hoetets, fabric samples and advised club busy In the past months and are going to start planning for *a
    class and the Young Men'sclan I _
    some having the belt tin In October Easier at Creek.
    members how to purchase materials. camp Snapper
    of lint Baptist Church Howard'L at MISS HAUSMAN DIRECTS Thf group decided to hold we all worked for child ear Tuesday Slight, Feb S. we were
    the lohn.on.Mr.home of. Mr. and Mrs PROGRAM AT .urFU a bake sale on Feb. II and to work badge Th leaders were Maxine present at the Presbyterian Church
    the I More than Be members of St on lampshade coven en Feb li Walker, Marge* 'Terburf. Ditto for the flying up 'ceremony of
    Johnao led conducted .I'John Episcopal Church attended Present were 114.... J. L. Murray, Shumacker, Sylvia Barnes and three other troop Our troop had
    end group lint In, a parish supper held Tuesday Mrs. C. A. Bryant, Mrs. Roy tUTittenwyler Joyce howalter We toinied now the flag bi the ceremony
    After I business meeting Mr* evening at Legion Hell. Ml. Mrs. C O Smith. to make a baby bed, fill.>*cte4 baby>> f
    WtudcU People lad Mr. Johnson Bertha Mill Hsusman directed learned about distaste .. .. 1
    Mri. Ralph Hunt Mrs. Elmer pictures and -Yes. said th* host to his .
    directed valentine game Mi contests Comic recreation program.EPISCOPAL Crawford, Mrs. Dean Thompson and BOW to take ear 6f tor 'the walls hive been paired l
    were exchanged Mrs ray Hutchtnaon, Mrs Paul children beautifully" At that moment tIM }
    Individual cherry plea topped WOMEN Ray, Mrs. a. W. Drlgtert, Mrs. In November and December we host's small ton cam m and with
    with whipped cream wert served HOLD, rOOD SALE: Albert Watson, )I.... Campbell, worked on folk dancing badge requirements crayon drew a big pink elephant
    with coffee) and valentine.capdies. A food sale will be held today Miss Maybelle Home and Miss The leaders were La in over the new wallpaper ,
    Present were: Mr and Mr*. Dan fn the Bird Chevrolet building by Crady Jenny Lu Dtrli, Elaine McLeAdon .I ",," said the startled Victor .
    Meyer, Mr and Mrt Wilbur Peep. members of the Womtn'i Auxiliary and Rennle Marks Jenny Lu "did<< you eee what your boy
    to* Mr. and Mr*. Millard Caddis Church her and we 1 I did"
    of St John Episcopal BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN brought phonograph
    Mr. and Mn Paul Cox. Mr, and It was decided at a meeting tail FOR &OGERLEE SIZEMOREMrs. learned many dance which kept ..y..." said the host proudly, \
    Mr*. Waudefl Peeplei, Mr* Lewis I"and do know, he hat only
    Friday at the home of Mrs. Henry Verlan Si more entertained us busy you \
    Callahan, Mn.VII\. McMtchtel.MIS. Brooker, Jr Mrs Ralph W Klnfl- Saturday afternoon In hon- la the month of January and seen an elephant once!" London f':
    man gave the devotions. or of the fourth birthday anniversary new In February we are working Answers.Immediate \
    BTILLMAN HOSTESS Mrt Broohar served cake and of her son, Rogerlee t
    TO REDLAND W & C. S.Mn punch The thlta birthday cake .II
    "> Frink W. Stillman 1"11'' Other members present wreMn surrounded with red candy hearts.
    hMtess to the W. S. C. S., *f Red- Frank Hiusman, Mrs. F JUttlch. and decorated to resemble a merry
    land Community Church Wednes.l, Mrs. H. M. Pool, Mn H. go-round with lighted candles
    diy afternoon at her E. Schaff, Mr/ Ruth L Scott, Mri. animal-shaped holder. Red and
    Coconut P lnv4iv.After the buel.I A.41, Simletan, Mr*.F.W. SULU white 4ee4 cup oak.Jopped,witi Delivery
    ness session, Mr*. Stlllman served man,and Mrs. W. H. Taylor the red candy hearts alto, were :
    punch arid cookies served, and Ice cream, fruit punch
    Present were Mri Wm. Phillips,I'. Mi. J:. B. Francis was hostess and valentine clAd lei. ?
    Mn- M. A. Baker, Mrs A. C. Ea -,Fb 5 to Circle Three of the W. Winner In a circle contest were on ,
    ton, Mrs John Rohrer, Mn H[M. &: of Flnt Baptist Chrch|) Tina Jones, Martha Condrey and
    Ennla, Mri. J. H Crlggs, Rusty1Ennli I After a routine business meeting Joey Bommarito.
    and the ho teu. I I Mrs. Francis served cookies and Small guests present, besides
    hot tea those mentioned, were Collsta Fay
    A Valentine party for member I ..4.44 Smith Gloria Jean Attaway.JJnda WestinghouseREFRIGERATORS
    Of the Cleaners of First Baptist I Members of the Woman's Clubof Smith, Roselle and Prlscllla Williams ,
    Church of Homeitead"and theirbubbands 1 Homestead will meet Tuesdayat P"lI1lJttl Karolyn Kay I
    will be held al 730 the Redland District Chamber Bower, Glenda McKinney, Jean : j
    Thursday evening, fete19" *t the'of Commerce building( to prepare Dondrcy, Virginia Sincere, Ruth
    home of Mr and Mri A. 1' Camp>> ,the club booth for the Redland Elsie Tomerlin Loretta Bennett,
    tn. Dfctrlct fruit FeiUval Myra Jean Nelson Alma Jane
    -- Myrlck, JimmIe and Johnnie Slie-
    more, Brian. Lee Lewis, George
    Harvey Lorton, Jerry Nelson, Ed.
    :ta'Sr laslfr'Sh
    : die and Tommy Little, Ernie
    Weltbf r'. Howard Williams, William 7 Cu. FL 9 Cu Ft.
    on oar convenientLAYAWAY Smith and Jimmy Attaway. i
    Gift were)'JlI Jinet and John 1\
    PLAN Colburn, 9 Cu. Ft. with Freezer '
    Adults present were Mrs. Ceo.
    Shoes for'the Entire Family Lorton, Mri.Lawrence Smith, Mrs -1
    Dick Nelson, Mn Burton AtLa-
    way, Sol,*. John Lewis Mrs. Lee
    Freed, Mrs. Amos Westberry, Mrs ' : i
    .dft A& We FitShoes Tom Smith, Mrs. Lawrence Williami. ,;, I
    1 S Mrs. Edward Little, Mrs. Immediate Delivery AlsoWESTINGHOUSE
    byXRAY John T, Bowen and Mrt C W.
    al lor umv I Little. '
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    Redland MillworkHOMESTEAD. 411,


    FLORIDA sew soon wslstru j Quart 1.93 I
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    Window and Door Frames, Kitchen Cabinet, I

    General Millwork i Redland Paint Store 1

    CM. a W. and St. lilt nth Ave. Opposite Seaboard Tricks

    I ,PHONE all Uom-u Perkins Owner Products I

    K4 S. Kreme Homestead : Inc. :

    I Of Florida .
    MC COOK. Homestead, Mr.

    Call 767MIAMI'S I Income TaxReports Feaster* rhea. III .


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    Tai Accountant and Conn- LEON'S

    "' > kilo? Idthortted by the i I '.
    Federal Government ..

    : I Supervision of Accounts and i SINCLAIR SERVICECor. :

    Monthly Statement pf I ,' I ,
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    South Krone Are...and 4th St, '

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    SAM PORCO REPRESENTATIVE N. W. Jet Street, Just off : Goodyear ,Tire. '". Aetolite; Datlerle,

    .. STOfii PALM AVE, FLORIDA CITY ,'J, ....Krom. -.. .Avenue. ' .Acce wri.. and SaaU. Part ,, '

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    Ten THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 13, 1943

    the most! i. SERVICE CANCElLED( Celderen, preach Sunday at If a.
    Re* Thoe. McDonotigh,
    'r Sunday
    CHURCHES PLAN t m. and 7'SO: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. LH.
    sinllUry bishop of Florida. At napiist Clurch Here The special service scheduled Boland; of Homestead will prOOf
    During Lent. the Station lot the .. .. ..
    ' t'f for Saturday evening at al ,
    1 UNION SERVICES Croat will bt held at 7:43 each All-SUtesOar, with, tourists and Bhurrtt of the Nrtertne them 'tut a.p wigs f C1derttl-a J 1ormet'tamlan !
    Friday evening at the church winter visitors as pedal guests I been cancelled al the district was a mmber of the
    At the first Lenten meeting of will be observed by First Baptist ,superintendent, who was to ipetk.i faculty of Bob Jones University
    : ON GOOD FRIDAY the Altar next
    Society Thursday
    Church of Homestead Sunday unable to be present until his resignation to accept the
    night plans will be made for the when Dr. J. U White will preach The Rev. John T. Bowers,pastor, Goulds pastorate.Redland.
    annual country atore and ham and on "The Name Above Every will preach on "Th Danger jf
    A union three-hour service will
    cabbage dinner to be held Mar. Name". His evening: topic will be Loving the World" Suhdsy mom -
    :} t>> held m Good Friday by local 11 All women of the parish are "Father, Forgive Thorn . ."the log and on "Lessons front a Lost
    tliurches, member of the Redland urged to attend. first of a sermon series on the sayings Soul" Sunday evening. Chat. Credit
    11 b'strlct Ministerial Arsoclatlon4e of Christ on the cross- Chambers will direct the young
    \f > dad Tuesday. The Rev. FrankL St. John's to Celebrate people1 society and Mrs Bowers
    '.' Elvery, the Rev. OeO E. Deu l Corporate Communion Cubs to Attend Service will lead the Junior meeting at 7
    end D1:...Sidney H. Daviet were ep- a. o'clock Sunday evening. Bureau
    it' toointedlo make amngements. St. John's Episcopal: Church, will At Presbyterlan.ChurrhCub -
    M. II. O.Uatln] of the ..Redlandfcwstrlct Join other Episcopal churches of Scout Pack 5S, which Is Public Invited to Hear 141 !4.: Seems Are.
    ft Lions Quo; ....ke4 the cooperation the nation In celebrating Corporate sponsored by the men of Homestead > Upstairs Brown's Pharmacy
    of the church In pro- Communion for all communicant Presbyterian Church, .wll) New Goulds Minister
    \ at T:30 and 11 Sunday morn observe Boy Scout week by attending Phone 150'r.O.Bexfll
    !recreation ing. The Rev F. J. Lattich rector the church service Sunday The First Baptist Church oloultls
    : group voted to support the project alt preach tin Thy: Kingdom morning when the Rev Frsnk L. extends a cordial Invitationto
    < and appointed the Rev. Robert B. Come . ." El Will speak'on Th Boy the public tj hear the church'snew L. r. Dominie. OwnerDUFFY'S
    Chapmen to represent the ...oclatlon Litany prayer services and Len- Begets very the Mm.. .* pastor, the Rev. Wayne Van I
    ; on the club'i committee. ten meditations or studies will beheld This evening a film version of ..
    f The association met at the Florida at T:JO Wednesday evenings Louisa Alcotfe "Little Men will JAI I .
    City Free Methodist Church during LeonCatholic be shown at the church's regular i
    With Miss Robs Spark Miss Fannie family night Pl'Olram.Day UPHOLSTERING '
    I Paterson and Miss Tame Men Elect I

    Reeves ai hostesses Leonard Kent Leader' of Prayer Program

    J '40 Confirmed Thursday Leonard Kent was elected presl.! Set by Free Methodist AND TRIM SHOP

    11 At Sacred Heart Church dent Saturday. of the Holy Name The World Day of Prayer will be
    Society of Sacred Heart Church. observed In a special program at We Sperblhw In ALL-PLASTIC SEAT COVERS
    l. i Forty adulu and children ...- Paul Bauer was named ylP..I.j S o'clock this afternoon at theVirsonage Old* Furniture ReflnMwd.. Recovered and Remodeled
    "ct-lvNllh' sacrament of confirmation dent; Julius Brandani, ; of Florida City Free Exclusive Made>t-Ordtr Cheats and Feelsteols

    1 '. administered last night at Carl Wertalkl, treasurer; and Rob( i Methodist Church,,4 PHONE: Homestead 232-M
    1 Sacred Heart Catholic Church by bert V. Perkins, marihaL I On Saturday. Regional/ Director .A
    t Mervin Russell will speak at a
    i i special program and buffet supper .
    Thou who plan to attend are

    Grove-Caretaking asked to meet a} 3.3ppSipc4; ."'

    Complete! Grove I
    Homestead 4-II BoysBy UP

    EquipmentiEr1r1ER Allen Jackson I : 17ERK

    The Homestead 4-H Club met Geis ,
    ", on Feb, J, 1948. Picture showingthe *
    latest type of farming equipment "hew
    Phone tSl-W-1 11e1 atead. Ha. "' were shown by Gene Boyett.These I
    pictures were very Instructive
    and were enjoyed by all mem-I
    ' bers. John Hendrichs was added
    to the entertainment committee I
    Reports re made on the progress 1
    ) of several members' projects.
    d' A mating of the 4-H Club li I
    RADIO held every Tuesday In Homestead ih&r
    i I Ugh School and boys from 10 to
    12 yean ot age are urged to Join.


    (Cont'imed from Page One)
    REJPLAA-MIRSI 14 to 20 feet.
    Mrs. He'nleln and Walter Wells
    will be narrators for the pageant
    and Cha Helger. planiit, will play
    for special dental which will Include d
    24 to 48 Hour I the can-can and the Evtr- I.
    " t glades ballet Chu. Dorrlngton, r
    spectacle director, reports thlt.hs
    has obtained special musical recordings
    .' I Service pageant.A in the) mood of the 1;:

    highlight of the spectacle will
    be the presentation of the Perrtne
    massacre by a cast from South
    .11 Homestead Music & Co. Dade Garden Club. Mr. Helnlein
    Appliance will play Or. Perrlne, who In 1838
    woik-MTio ,twln-bowl
    established Mull settlement This j Youngstown nbiMt sink!:
    a onj
    I can b.installed ia nut knee far amity payments
    \/ '28 N. Krone Ave. Phone 149 Indian Key to experiment with
    I growing tropical I plants Dr.,
    Perrlne and others were killed by
    . .t Indians on Au,. T, 1840 after I 1
    which members of his family returned 07 #lqJ tmtMenJ
    to Mew York lira. Herbert I /
    w. felt eel Ret..e.JTUXEDO Katz will play Mr*. Perrlne; Mn.I a" MULtlN'WTtT
    a Ferd Rittrr and Mr*.Herbert Jack-i
    FEEDS son, Sarah Anne and Hester Per-1 1 'ri Youajntowa equipment yea' CM quickly and
    riM, daughters; Chan R. Melssner,' YV
    easily 1 transform J'lUfdd hitches bait a beautiful
    'I. THE FtlOItr SILENT fARTNIKLNTEKNATIOKAt Chas. Howe; Ernest B. Francis, '
    James Webb; and Mrs. M.J.Baker, I modern roam that is a pleasure to work in
    Mrs. Ernest B. Francis, Mrs. E. I
    i i FERTILIZERS Burton, Alex Bowler and W'I The first step.toward nooWniutioa should be the

    i Qaollly Predicts Lewes Prleei' Ritter, workers and townspeople- YoungiUnrt "KiUbenaidV cabinet sink. Available hi
    Local clubwomen will provide, different model,all with gleaming white,add. csitUn(
    BUSINESS PHONE 752 WE DELIVER the cast tor the splaode' portraying ,
    porarlala eaameM Ubs.Among the many features..
    the establishment ot Royal Palm
    i PURE: OIL GAS EJCEOSENR .- TIOLENE OIL Park as Florida's first state park I twin-bowk,with dish cad vegetable spray large draw 1

    WE ARC IN THE EEDLANDS TO SERVE TOO. through the whorls of the Florida en, plenty ol storage space.
    federation of Women's Cuba under
    Other Youngitowa suit Include spacious wall and floor
    the leadership of Mrs. W. S.
    R land Feed & Supply JfD ln""; Roles will be played by eabin ts, with generous shelves lot overdsett utensils,
    Mrs. Ralph Hunt,, Mr*, a W. Drig- Gnns or eJeaninf equipanenL; I.e111 show :you these
    NV JE. COINER COCONUT PALM DR. era'ROBERTS Elk. gas Mr*. Stanley Knox, Mrs. Jot.Cle attractive waits, and gin you an accurate estimate ot
    Mr* W O. Robertson Mrs.
    Ceo. Gann, Mrs. Arthur Krans- the tit nf installing there In JOUr,home.LUMBfrVGDi.
    I berger and Ur Leon HIWard.I .
    I Transfer by the federation of

    :P. &. F. Garage Royal National Palm'Park Park on Everglades, 1B3T will t

    be portrayed by: J Lee Smith atDM i ;

    \ R"Wring Acetylene Welding Painting Everglades Beard J/aUotel superintendent Park; Mrs.of HARDWARE BUM OINO MUTERlAl 1

    Body. and Fender:Work : Ann Foulk as Mrs. J. J. McCaf / 1i
    | PHONE
    of federated 6? HOMESTEAD PtAII'
    frey, president the i
    I F '(;E IGE rrrnj aN WALTU. FEAzmt 'I IS.W. clubs; Mrs. E. a McCarrah as j

    ,tad CU .,..BIwk West .! Quick ....... Phone Ml i Mrs. Paul Sears, and Mrs. W. II.]I
    'McLMtdostsw Mra Gk 3L Leeig,
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    , "' Friday, February IS, 1948 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven

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    a UIWUlOmmlllllllJUlIIllllllllllllll1U! I Homestead F. F. A. Boys I LET US SUPPLY your Itndsese
    ) ins awed Large stock et tropr
    ;1 Judge at Florida Fair ADVERTISING I I lleal.nd ornamental plants ajl'special
    ; 20 Years Ago Ray O Wood vocational agriculture prices. Helnleln Nursery
    instructor at Homestead Coconut Pf lee $)r. ind fcooiftrtRl.
    j ISe I tin. If aU to es"a.ra. Ilea line. 'Pl+
    High School, and 11 members of. ________hu.h.Uh.u.__ .u______ 1nu 443-J-l. O4tft
    i TaW MUvfe bow W >........ Homestead: Chapter of Future
    s..t ....11 ,..,. w fca .M ...... 'Farmers of America attended the I CARDS OF THANKS Tractor-Caterpillar Ten. single I
    \ '. IIIIIH* a..a.. Im Ik* fib* WIt. row treniplanter so gal. tank. INCOME TAXIIEADQVARTERS:
    :. a-w.wam4 L..4.. thw. Florida State Fair In Tampa ovr
    loll, sod -..d*Oft. IT. IasJ tbe week-end- I I We v.lsh to thank our friends trailer for hauling light tractor
    I .Hk *. H MMra4 ritIbM ....... _'- I ('for the many kindnesses shown Ph. BJ7-J. (f -ll) W. C IORTON-OperUng _
    ..... ... lilt Ronald Qoningcr Raymond i us in our recent bereavement ECONOMY TAX SERVICE
    .., Kelly and John Chandler served I pa0 201 NX lit
    Ave. Homestead
    ' Mrs. Harmon Keen WHY PAY RENT For 31,
    RI lh111II IIiIIIiIIIIIillllilllII{ illllllV cattle and Sieve Tor-
    at Judges, and Family. down and $25 per month we can Phone 144-R
    /. All contract with J. R. Dur- c'ae, Bobby Orawdy and Tammy build you I beautiful 2-bedroom INDIVIDUAL PARTNER.

    ." fence and Co.. bond broken were D'jlar, as vegetable Judges Other Cemetery & Mausoleum home on your own lot. Cathedral SHIP, CORPORATION,
    ordered cancelled by the city boys attending wire Llndy Con- Corporation builders of steel and FARMERS REPORTS A

    a cil after City Attorney mun'l drey, Olin Wright, Dan Wollen- Woodlawn Park Cemetery concrete homes, Redland Dlftrlct SPECIALTY.

    Nelson advised . that the barger, Roy Cordy and Norton News Building, Homestead Fla
    con. J260 S. W. 8th RU Miami BOOKS KEPT FOR SMALL
    ,(.. tracts not only bad been old; Waketleld for the John Chandler wan reporter I Phone 4-7664 (j30t1)ASPHALT MERCHANTS/ .

    by Durrance, but that the trip- I IA wide, selection ot cemetery loll TILE can glvejwrms- Office hours- a. m. to
    COl11ch.d' exceeded Its In moderate available from
    powers prices midnight
    nent beauty and durab llty to
    J executing the contract Godwin Asks for Hints (l.t ,
    binding the unsold cemetery acres** almost any floor. Nothing la bet. I
    city to deal with only one firm In To Improve' Sanitation!Community mausoleum of S724 ter tor covering thou untidy concrete - - --- --

    Hi bond tale . ." crypt and niches. floors. For free estimate and WE SPECIALIZE In wedding and

    "The HomesteaO Athletic Association I Suggestions tar Improvement of i inspection of 8 color samples call finest quality por'raits. Flag

    'voted 1o compete In the! the city's sanitation service art FOR RENTFOR SU-W or' write )' a Box 111 ler Fotoahop. (JJltf)

    Miami basketball tournament , asked by J. T. Godwin sanitation I (Pill)
    Members present were ,ohn Never, Claude Campbell, Bill i the new city council Mr. Godwin i I RENT-IS acres glade land Three business site in downtown Woods Jewelry, McCrory Arcade -

    Combs, John Graves, Howard spent Tuesday going over the on Kroroe are., between Silver Himesteed.Denj. ,(al2tq
    Johnson Tim Lowils. Wilbur routes with the two garbage trucks ;;:Palm end Coconut' Palm drives Warren Morris

    ".bo.... Albert Bradley, Cordon and met Tuesday night: In conference 'Phone Homestead at 247. d2ttf) 2)1 S. Krome A v. Phone III SEE ALEX LANIER for wen

    Ivey, Wade Sl.'lei: Harlan Hill with the city sanitation I' Pa Box 406 Homestead Fla. drilling. Corner Krome eves
    Jason Avery and Raymond Dur- employees. Meetings to Iron out ,FOR RENT-ROOMS, hot bath and N p. 10th at. Phone I3 -W,

    ," problems will be held every two i I I w:th tub and shower. Sam J. IF you're ready to buy that new WE!: DO commercial art work. ,
    ellTII. weeks with the white truck drivers Davis rd. Ph. 582-J-S. Crosier call 611-W.
    Homestead Male Chorus
    a Flagler Fotoshop. (J31tf>
    and once a month with the whole I (dIGit) .
    directed by Irving J. Lynn will he'laid. I( FRAMES made to order-large ---- ----- r"
    j, form part of the general chorus a|, crew I selection. Flsglrr Fotoshop
    the presentation of the Gilbert Mr. Godwin reported that he ,,FOR RENT Half-bag cement

    .' fiulllvaji opera, "The M kacb" at found conditions good In the real'j I mixer. Qrlggs. Roberts rd, between FOR SALE: New CBS 2-bedreom ROOF REPAIRSRoll

    the Coral Gables Coliseum. .." dential areas, but that Bauer and Plummer drives. home, cedar-lined closets tile roofing, gravel, shingles. tt'

    .' Mrs, W. H. Krome, mother of roam for Improvement in the busl- (Pf7) kitchen and bath. 150 a front- tile and metal roof Installed-
    section. Collections made I Owner, Ph. I76-W. (Unl4)
    ness are ace.
    Guaranteed workmanship by II*
    Wino J. Krone, died Feb. IS In
    Idwardsvllle I1L ." twice weekly for homes, and daily WHIRL-PLATE MOWERS for: censed and Insured roofers, t
    automobile radio. 1933
    for stores and business houses. GOOD
    rent Glade & Grove Supply .
    FREE: ESTIMATES.Guaranty
    Dodge sedan, good running Z
    The sanitation commlttrnan Co. Homestead, Phone 20(1.( (o3U)
    '' condition. Ph. 357W. (nUll)
    plans later to' promote I clean-up Roofing Co. f }
    campaign In the colored section
    (Cont'nued' from Post One) I FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
    through ci-operatlon: of Phone 257lforEITA
    to be drafted by a charter board churches and schools. '
    composed of II members-two I ----
    Iran each of the five d'strlcta' and $99 Sale ill do sewing, altering and but 1
    five from the county at large. authority? Haw long will ,they 193 Packard Pickup . $ DUO ton-hole making. Mrs. G. N. WE!: MAKE photoslatic coplvi ;
    f 'Instead eta sheriff the amends serve? You won't know until the,1937 Dodge Coupe . -.. IW.00 terse, J67 S. W. 1st at (pfZO Flagler Fotonhop. (JSItl d

    I fnellt provide for a police cam- charter is prepared. 1938 Pontiac Coupe, I I !

    niwIonetftThe office of slat "Local officials, although elected I new paint _. 20900 I file saws and do carpenter work., '
    attorney. and bounty iol'.citor: ) are yj the people, would be subjectto 1942 Ford I %-ton Cargo C.1I11128 between a. In. and 8 .ANTEI) :

    H merged under the ,Male attorney." Impeachment by the board ot Truck ._ ..._ _.49900 p. m. S. B. Eastin Princeton.Pm5).:. 1'
    01... .___. .. .. 499.00
    1940 pickup
    4 Cautler afcelftfpon the laving 'comm:siloners. That ot course I ( WANTED-To get In touch with
    that would be effected in merging I means a majority of the board. 1941 Cher. 4-door ......._.. ._. 899.00 i white man and colored drivel
    'Would local government be Intimidated 1942 Ford Club Coupe .. ... 99900 re do carpenter, job work and :
    ( It city and county tax assessing who on Jan. 13 at B p. m. while f
    ii' and colleitanf lflcee. or subservient to this board i GALTIER MOTOR BALES repairing Reasonable Ph59I-J. m'ng' from work In flat-bed lIon -

    ,..:' He concluded his address by I far fear this board would abuse:Willys-Overland Kslser-Frazer (fli) truck saw position of Chev

    ,. '** ecl.rln belief that consolidstlon I Its power of impeachment. Will( Homestead Fla. ACK In bottled gas bus'ness. sedan and skids of cur that had

    : bound be for the best I IJI tilt board -flf commisslorera know'be'FOR SALE:-Electric refrigerator,| Stoves, water heaters, eta Virgil' just hit my car' on Krotnj ave amiHainlln
    recall You won't
    subject to
    1 dr. cat
    : "Interests of-ererybody but advised tftO. Ph 461-M Mrs. S. H- Fitch j O- Lyon, Ph. 850-W Homestead Important-the
    'until\ the charter is preparedl! I I wai
    Ms rstenenilJrvote j ,that was In front of mine
    r. against it on j
    E. Kings Highway. *(pf20)) (pill)
    'Ii"" May 25 If after study they did not "Any person charged with vlo-!, waiting t) cross Krome 'a"", enHalnllri

    .' ;. think It would' be best for them. I.too: of the ordlnancts of the T-burrer L & H electric stove RADIO SERVICE ... Homestead : dr, going east during hard 1
    Pru'tt! tore Into the measure 'county of Miami would be de. with oven wired for 220. $8. Call Music & Appliance Co. Phone 'ra'n. While th's! gray car crossed
    ( Introduced In the legislature by prived of the right of trial by: ,4J7-R.( f3tf) 149. ;1 N. Krome Ave. (J23-tf) II followed and a N Y. car wrecked] : .

    .: Cautler..,' jury, Right of trial toy Jury under'' car and injured my loft tyi i .
    J;. This thing provides that a boardOf 'this proposed government la abolIched. '$4 500 buys: modern home with: 3 WATER PUMP SERVICE All ,din| the accident Please get In con- <
    Is that democracy | bedroom''-living room 12 ft x makes. Phone 149, Homestead.(tact with me. John Phillip, 1I4} t
    15 laymen must work out a I
    Music & Appliance Co.. 28 N. ;Alhambra C'rcle! Coral
    V plan of consolidation within 00days "The County of Miami shall have 17 ft. Poultry building and fruit ,Krome Gable! J
    eve. (J18lf)
    trees tot Half mile south of (pflSj
    The belt municipal county all of the obligations of a on I I
    I, ,and municipal If this Goulds post office old Dlx'e Highway WASHING <
    experts would need more tin a MACHINE SERVICE
    Man that," he said where the consolidation? Wh re.' See or write owner. bent Homeitead Music & I IVANTEI\ >'-- Young lady '
    and;Montague P. O. Box 956, Gnilds, 1 for general office work' t tI
    t. "You won't know anything about I In will the saving In taxes Co., 28 N. Krome Ave. Phone 141.Q23tf I

    what Oie provisions: of 'governmental economy be :'abol'iiehed !i Fla. (pf20) i I All year 'round position} j

    Un will be until after conaOlld'.I't. 'ed? The office of sheriff ''NEW QUONSET HUT, 2S' X 24'. No experience neCes.'laT i I
    1* prepared-but by I In the county Olt Miami, ands Has 12' x 10" slld'ng door e .
    t. you voted to submit It pjlce commissioner Is cr-ated. 'walk-In door, I window Excellent LAND CLEARED I' Apply in own handwriting'tivinQ i

    tutional amendment- and If it Is Would the police commissioner;for storage farm machinery,garage For Homes Planting or . qualifications. Ap. .
    ever subm'tted it will be passed I Ir. have law enforcing authority in I,Immediate delivery anywherein Large Equi Work sly Box 180 Leader-En-
    r. you will have bound yourselves to II that part of Dade County, which,': county. I89S. Ph 472-J. (pf20) PERRINE SCARIFYING AND !
    consolidation. It Is contended, Is unaffected by DEVELOPMENT CO. i !krprfse. (fCtf)
    t Ih'.'consolidation plan In general, ';SOMETHING NEWBeautifully
    Phone 2101
    "Sure, It you don't like the first :what happens to the rest of Dade wrapped box of candy and floral PERRIKE FLORIDA WANTED-Guavai. Dixie Fruit & I II
    charter vale It down but. j Vegetable Mkt, South Krome ( I
    you can ; County Insofar as county government -!" combination. Homestead Floral I
    they'll prepare another and an.1 I Is concerned? You wont f]snd-Gin Shop, 122 N. W. 4th HAVE: to set ave. Q30IQ t
    IF YOU anything
    Other until youll get so dOl-tu-d'1 know untiUhe charter Is prepared..i lad Ave. Ph. 81. )9tf) ) I PAPAYAS WANTI D1xle .
    youll stay at home. Then they or If you need anything visit Fruit
    have what they wsnt- 'because it 'If this government la to be a the Swap Shop. We buy mat- : & Vegetable Market, & Krome

    I will take only majority (It those county and i city, with the pbll-: !'l'IIHi In good concI.tlon.tovllIce' ave. (j301f)
    Cations of a municipality, would' boxes, etc. Tbe Swap Shop -
    Who go to the poll, not i majoritytof I NOTICa r APPLICATION roe YA _
    th* qualified electors of the t hIt: not mean, the Installation or Try Us When You Need I S. Flatter Ave...Hometead. Phant oxen ;
    streets, lights sewerage .garbage i! 417. (12I-U1 ni. .MTIHOTICi
    county. IS HiaKHV IIVFN TBAtt.
    ollectlon, police and fire prol-c. A Haircut or .. ,
    "The plan abolishes home rule t. H / a A. K. tlrtl anowiv1 >H>Wr4M ;
    other of l>Mtrf I: ._ ... 1\
    I tort and phases aunicl1pat | :
    government As BjoosaatUlea a Share .:Nak.nd 'r.t'41.6-d t.r. .:;
    'constitutions amendment tt make service throughout, the entire, BUDDED CITRUS, I., ,._ A D. l.... ... IM. MM
    ,..... ,.... ... ......
    for to .t
    sea? Who Is going to pay AVOCADOS and or sod
    the change, It naturallyfollows Helene .__ .h _$1M I nation for I.. d..d Ie bw out/r.
    that if we wanted to rid ourselves hese: Improvements, and what i; Shave. _*. ,..___ W MANGOSSeeklat 'arse.o two wits following, (.., S dows.d.l* C'KHtf"."t"rip.
    cf It at a future date, constltu- than' 'Nn..d H DHe 0... ,
    tonal amendment would b. necesaary. Skaantee ("IeaW) I." order hew for spring wits Cole c.

    Our local government wouldbe a areas as tampered tet property in: Facial Task _"___ _... ._ ._ ,Ie plantings. Blurt onto M UK Cm... .T W b< I, ,
    it pnn TH IMSft.
    subject ti the will of the people what It now the corporate limits, mamma (plain) __ ,SCeanMnatlea Ornamental *f all kinds.CALKINS' I I" II for It. MR'h IM m t M. II .... i
    c if Miami ft. M FOB, UtovIM F.r*. Hl".l Stank
    the state.
    CI f"It la true that the charter Is I "All the property belonging to Facial j.....__ Tie i e. rose of sti......w III.Car.. ..e, .N.1.Ooaer ..........

    to be rated upon by referendum,]Dade County end the city of'Ml-j! Tenle ___ _"_'''_ MMeetMhe Sunny Grove, .....The I N.a-w+t ., saw..P,".-tM'Or a.i .-""_

    and Is td provide the. number icYfflpensitlon 1m! becomes the property of the'' Trim __ _._ It* 'T NOIHERT' =OrrIk.MUwk..damM. VitlflnM iktljlOTvdlw .I.t 1 1M
    and qualifications of XIUNTT:: of Miami. All form'.nd i Weal U Uv, Ul 4mliWrrai
    Plain __ ..11RUSH'S S Mt .f Florida City I M It* ink day .(
    hamaee (
    who semblance of county governments ;L';:
    the board of commissioners, PHONE tll-W : A. I>. 1(411.Ikll .I.
    will be the political and governmental taken away from the municipali. 0.'" 1.11IIf J.....,, A. D.

    bosses of thll wcounty ties that do not 'consolidate.' taut K. .. LIAmfBM4M, i
    with the power of Impeachmentover Would those municipalities Ve re-' Ctoh at Ctoralt Cmrt, i
    I DU flntMr n.M.Kf
    all elected and appointed lulred to pay taxes Into I county! I Iof a siMsrrr, a eClnvlt
    official They>> are, elected at:the << which they .....not a part and !i BarberShop Von .ewf oAtW416a for -..... C..n /.1. i
    ...- .. r*. a. is. in'>
    same time the charter la voted lave no voice .in the election ofheofficials aM..W paver "' rtra lm it. ss. at. !+

    upon How ,.many foftunl.skmers! twm who operate this se-I Oe*. City Ball Bft+ SOON arm <* *VU** A"114** "*
    he charter provide What called: consolidated government? wJfttlMNlkM...w.H7aeawM X940"ass I wit

    'willlie their Qualifications} 'What % plain case of taxation without,, .. ---*Manor Ut CwH n-a f- Ai (J Intl: a 'iYwKr
    ... .....,
    .wilt be the extent of, their /uU. representation.: fast encsM to* c, S


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    S Page Twelve JHB Friday, IS 8

    .t s'' GROWERS- DEFEAT(I I Labor Loam Camp Made to by Repay Growers, USADIEMST1LL[ I Bids on Miami-Key West Mail Route' I

    SOUTH BROWARD To. Be Received Until February 26
    Director of the Dade County LEADS FOR QUEEN
    Agriculture and Labor Association
    L voted Monday night to repay the Proposal for carrying the United office or to the Second aaabtattpnetmaiUT

    LOSE TO CONCIIS $4700 borrowed from II local For the third consecutive week Stale mall on the star route from genenl X bond cttajDOO l

    grower' to underwrite the operation Mill Lisa Dletel continue to hold Miami via Homestead to Key West la required with the bid.

    Tonight the Grower will play of Redland Farm lAbor and the lead In the race for quean of from July 1, 1"11 to June 30, lI 5\ The service requires Jtwo roundtrip ]
    the Redland DUtrlct Festival
    t Supply Center and South Dade Fruit will be received at the qfttc of daily between Miami and
    hit to !Pone dt lon, and the
    Miss Jodl Bolender forged Jo MO Postmaster Key Weat to pick: up and deliverthe '
    1 nifenned high school band will lAbor Camp Complete financial the Second Assistant 3
    *". report were 11..1Oft. the 1Iptft11011 and place forcing Mill Ann Me- General. Washington, tS. D. C, mail at the intervening port ..

    1'a Bob Roper and Wad Hatcher ft Bath camp vine acquisition LaDe 10 drop back to third.Conteet until 11: p. *n. Feb M, announces office Itie. distance U let mile
    paced the Grower ,here Tuesday on Oct II from th* govern tending this week are: Postmaster B. 2:. Livingston. Pro- each way. Th present contract,

    night to defeat South Broward ment under a us permit valid potal forma and all necessary Information held by the Oversees TraMporUUon -
    t Lit Mela) Ji so60 Co.. calls for payment of 1
    40-31 Roper accounted for ilk until June M, 1141 will be furnished upon .

    field goals and Hatcher, five. Score Camp Income It now at It* peak. 2 Jodi Bolender 170,060 application to the Homestead Post $41,092141 a lear
    2 Ann McUne ".SlO
    the director told tile membership
    'It th* hl-tim wu Homestead 4 Lee. .... M.OOO
    22 and South Broward II. meeting In the camp auditorium Whoopee ::1 *
    I Bunky Skill .___ 17.080 Fundamentals of Landscaping to Be
    The Homestead .boy dropped two and the plan t* cabalist up I cash h. I

    games to the Ky West Conchs In reserve to Insure operation during II Margaret Barnes 14,020

    a ftetk-end Jaunt la the Island the alack summer months or in 7 Helen Schroeder58.000 Theme of Hannan's Talk to Club Here '.1

    ti City, and the local B team lost event of crop failure.REDLAND 8 Catherine Thompson:. 2.000 I II
    5 Cecelia I To rt Sal ... ,000
    i r both scrimmages the 10 Susie Weber I._: .::.: .. 1,000: "FundimeaUli of Landscspfng" chemistry at the Unlta-iKy of 1

    Sam TorclM accounted for 10 11 Caroline Gome ...____ ... 1.100 wU| be the subject .( a talk to be riorlda.Kveryofi. .
    rf the Growers IT point In Friday GETS 2 II Joy Pttenr .. ___ I given by Harry Henna, Jr., for Interested I* Invitedto
    ? night' The were 12 - : :" UM antlt l,. Half of the ekib'
    la"'e. scores 11 Maxine Cash :_ : the South Dade Garden Club at 8

    f 17 for the vanity game and ...11 14 Elizabeth Halt._ _.__ LOOO o'clock Monday evening In Sacred program are given at night, end

    h J? for the junior acrap. WINS THIS WEEKThe i 11 Connie Campbell .,000 Heart clubhoua Color elide will subjects of Interest to men art r

    : ? be wed to Illustrate the talk. presented at that tin*.
    alpendtuck II Nello Burkett _.__ ...: 'IJOOO

    Fedland DiamondtacK will 17 Barbara Home___. ._ 1.000 M* Hannan received a B. s. : ROADMARKINGSContinud

    Guard Wade Hatcher scored 1] be host to Delray Beach on Feb.I II Irene Cox .:. _. 1,000 degree In agriculture from the
    for the local ThtB
    '/".. point 14-1111 quintet.the Conch"L 20 ind to K. M, I. on Feb. 21. I I II Johanna Bailer 1,000, University of West Virginia and* I ( from Page One) 4't
    fvor.Ilomettead. Redland defeated the Riverside 20 Elizabeth Petenon ... 1,000 piaster1 degree In agricultural Halnlin dr and Niranja rd. with
    - ------
    i L ,' Military Academy Cadet 11-39 In a car driven by Jack W. Little -of

    a Hard-fought game Tuesday nighton i Gould. The injured include Mar
    : i I Junior Girls the Redland court. Herbert Pontiac. Offers Hydra-Matic\ Drive cla'i tster, Marilyn Helming 10,

    Store 2 Wins In Tilts Graft led the victor with 13 Joy Weiss and Sandra Boyer both
    All :ModelsPontiac
    As Equipment
    point, and Dale Sprinkle scored Optional on B, and Al kusaman 27. Phil Cam

    .: ,J Komittteid junior high ichooltlrbf 10. Half-time awry was 1T-11 In: pill and little, driver of the Pi
    : j basketball team defeated favor of Redland : Mich., Feb. 13-Sp rk.llngly =: lost week by Harry J. KUng- vehicle, were uninjured. '
    , Hialeah 12-6 and Little River 13- The Diamondbacks broke i of Pontiac Corp. Batty,Rapdall of the state 0'0

    i ..'. 7 and tied 11-11 wth Coconut even on their two-gim road trip new in appearance and 'Jar Motor general Division manager and vlc -prtliMntI highway patrol mad the invcatl-

    Grove in the girls' sports day cage when they lost to Kentucky Military' offering hydra-mathr drive ai of General Motors Corporation gation. tJh

    } tourney Friday at Jlialtah. Coconut Institute 41-32 In Venice on Feb. optional equipment on all model, According to Joseph DuMond, ,

    Grove won In Shooting: goals t and trimmed Fort Mycn 38':34 line revealed I Pohtlac'i perennial good looks whose nearby Monkey Jungle the nL
    the 1941 pontiac was .
    to break the tied acore .. an overtime game there tab I. have been enhanced for 1841 by Miami Beach party planned to -

    i Hale Rndford rang up the most The Rattlers led In the Fort deft appearance change which further visit" several other collislona have

    baskets for Homestead, and Doreen ben game until lust before the Get 6-Month Sentence emphasize the attractive occurred at this point where Na- tl

    Grace was runner-up Genevieve gun when their opponents tied!., the For Attempted Robbery 'blending of beauty and ruRgedneii.long ,rana, rd. end. It

    f Chandler represented the lame at 32-all. Forward lurry traditional with Pontiac I v 81.

    local: school in the free goal (hooting Hampton threw the winning] .basket Six-month prison sentence were| Addition if hydra-matlc drive \ IIt
    I II
    conteit. for Redland In the oveirtima. meted out Tuesday in the NEWS
    Playing for Homestead were In the lame at Venice, Redland court of record to Homer C {I to be a milestone In motor car i Nr

    Joyce Bradley, Joyce Showalter, Guard Dale Sprinkle for the: first Ashford. 40 and John M. lifers. I manufacture and merchandising In g .1)
    Joyce; Thurman, Bernice time In his three years of play 27, MUmlana, for attempted burglary that It I* the tint automatic tram-I 0t

    Taylor Phyllis Delta, Claudia fouled out with three minutes to of Smith-Gravel Furniture i j I million to be available to the low- : VIEWS :

    ( Campbell, Pearl Blondo. Pearl (0. Store here on the nigh of Dec 1S. 'coat volume market Pontiac lithe t
    lowest priced car to offer such
    i'I }
    Cooper, Balls Carpenter, June
    / **- The robbery attempt .*>** oiled ita
    " Kinc, Miry Ann Lewis, Marjorie School Grower, Billy Forte, Robert by the alertness o( Homestead Boy a tranimlwioa."Tht By JIM SHARPOn j Y

    t Tlrburg, Judy McGarrah, Elite Sullivan, Bishop and J"oan\ Scout Dan Beard and Jeffrey Jordan hydra-malic tranimlislonhat St Velfntbhe's Day. Ftbruary alIt
    behind It of manufacture
    1': .I Kadford and Doreen Grace .f whom won all-state honor In who reported to Chi police yean 14, heart are trump andromantic
    and million of mile of me at the ,
    The senior will
    glrli' team go
    1144 Ralph DelUnger. all-state when the trying U Ir
    ; they law men Sentiments are in gre
    hand of hundred tf thousands of .
    10 Miami Edison today to com 1141..and Cha Robertson, Arnold pry open lire rear door .( the : ler.This Dlcaaant custom *ti>tad < 110
    under all condition
    pete with Miami Beach Rdla red McUwain and Sam Blonds Tommy allure atore. Dan 'nd Jeffrey, Mr. KUngler pointed out. "It was 1 _Lurid agq. and hat teen.wanted

    sad Edleoe quintet Yates and Don Boon have Seoutmaater Orval Irwin, Rome- . up every year line. )
    adopted by Pontiac only after we :
    : i been added to the squad this year.The stesM Police Chief W"". F. Brantlejand war comply assured of It* Jfi open season on gift andcards

    .\ manager li Fred Rhodes Orta Smith, partner to the and . ands the card rang.
    15WINS.RGCORDOF deeeadabillty permanent placein IIC
    While playing with the Growen furniture tore, testified at the modem motoring It ll the from lush' lacy productions to 7 <
    lame ,
    the .boys helped win the dan B trial cartoon If you're trying to D
    I transmission In General
    DICK'S FIVE Mate championship In 142, 1143 Allan P. Sweat SI, a companion' Motor moat now expensive UM on and luxur- prwnSt harmony, I'd suggest It,

    I and 1I4S and were eliminated in of Ashford and Hiers, was prvloutly lou line the lacy kind, but're out of
    of motor car, and will be 1
    the final of IH4.I convicted bt stealing the strictly for laughs the cartoon
    available Itb
    .., Dick' Drive-In eager defeated I List season Dick' tageri were automobll Jn which the three optional on models I' are more effective. Also they ,

    } tht American Legion Blue "-21 1 champion of the Miami Y. M. C. were traveling and was sentenced equipmentPontiac can lead to a lump on the head. &I'III'
    In 1141 often the
    Monday night at Miami Edlaoci 1 A. Gold Ball tournament to a six-month term. Series again Anyway, fellow, don't forget r
    Torpedo inch
    gym to chalk up the local team'I on a 119 the and remember the 1
    t fifteenth consecutive win. Flernoy' I bet you think our "pome1 are Stranded' Fishing Party wheelbase, and the Streamliner three atU word the lady of ( tI'I
    Series the inch wheelbaia
    Lott scored 20 point and Ha try silly) on 122 the house want to hear aren't + el
    find work Located After Search Each series 1* available with six t
    Bishop 1* But am lure you'll our necas arily"What's for dlruterT"Which
    ' the team form to a dilly or eight cylinder engine Both In '
    , Playing on are !brings up the thought:
    HomealtactHllh Trade Wind Dry Cleaner Adv.) The object: of wlc't-ipread addition, are offered in Deluxe and cl
    I member of the Why not live 33Ai% on ypur t
    searching parties sleds Sundaynight Standard model, broadening Pon
    ticket to the Fruit Festival by C
    i when they failed to return tiac' market coverage to the

    : 1' from an all-day lining trip. Mr. widest point In its history, The buying your tickets before' Saturday '.w.
    Feb. Mth.
    j'f.RIIjl:1': nd Mr. W. B. Caves, Jr, Mr, Deluxe group otferj striking exterior ' Salmon, p. Chaw, Secretaryo>
    Talma Greene and Ted Oldendorl and Interior refinement,
    r i h t:2a were located Monday afternoon al Including chroma-plaWd ipear- the Treasury under President atIf
    Lincoln will haJW
    Mud Creek by Avid Sullivan and shaped moulding on the front picture on ,
    the new f 10,000 bill, Most ot
    "Cotton" Inlow. A leak In the gas fender, polished Stainless\ |teelrear 5
    There tart plenty of eacaaloni for Dialing merry la February tank of the lihermeu'i boat fender and' ua would rather have our ends 4wu
    power gravel guard,
    and plenty of inexpensive ways to park op parties Bra on a few For that welldrtwedyet .
    bad I.fth.1D atraneSed.'TIth.lpeftheU.s..
    ft a few that pror* yea dost Bed to spend a kung'a reuses t polished chrome plated wheel c.aualloolt, may we suggest IIde

    J p anterteto< loyally J'' t. COIIIt l diac Interior ,of the Deluxe you get your hands son k f*hs' of
    t ,. ..** Guard wai enlisted Monday mornIng model galii an added elegance 1
    1 HAYS A HEAKT1A' . TtA-TIMI flICK snappy sport shirts and] slacks
    through special upholstery, deluxe StB'
    to find the
    help party Amoni .W
    by McGregor
    : airth p: void *f tangs To PI take, yow to* tray far j local searcher were: John M ayy.alaigeaaawuiake ptirty. tbtt iaiiy ahade *fTeffetebl standard and B'a
    Carl equipment
    tothheir Lean and Schumacher who a 487 for. further Information..
    I> erforing. that la) '
    ,-*.e 1 lamVif of plalaUla IIPpIJ B to leaf sugar Ub thi Marched by airplane and Police' I chromed hardware and Instrument' Sea you next.week

    .. "* k. a tbrpe coM water al 111M a few ..... is Chief Wm. r. Brantley, W, &. control

    a ..... weber. and drop entail aaiaowt *ieolorei Cave and Chesley Saunders whe'1 te,
    '''',h M)If, s' c-biMl.Ti. water along **. side and, searched In the Brantley boat
    Ai"* 1OMA down sae *M *f eaeh enxar C016YATOJU1 ,
    When drr asm vtlk OUR OWW/. AnotherTrafftcltilht'Bedy

    t 14. NJCTU': er MATFAIR TEA8, Lions Told of Miami U,
    ..., Itat. i .... ...the fayaitl t.1&1..... tau "
    a ontoas,It.p.Dome old AU Psychology Aid Clint B
    '-! 1 1> "lt M< *few eJt<7 haves geese /treat UiatVboti Bam3a4ettoit.ll I .
    sloe It aalaetes. Strata Dr. Spleen professor of paydsot '
    and r hies IN
    asst stir dieeotesd j h ., ogy at Unlvertlty Miami, 'poke BOLT HOMESTEAD ,

    J t.str Iritoni4 1 and Jtttl ."UJ',. 1HAf-I AIIHG 1'ItI on the university''service icllnU Reedy for Your Inspection
    Mld en Jetties sad, owng -
    Tuesday evening at the Kedland
    bas and Who,doter te witY Ever Ma eta 4 set tNt nVrand

    t...., III softened weans ( to have M a pcrty tebl.,.1 District Lion Club meeting The Afl-atetl. rkU CUIMy Mateteoaaea Werk peeks. taut ta ear,
    -- Meetings. ..speoUBr wh i It W rs llderJANB T1 clinic helps the student deterred j '

    fie""t' PAKIJ5RT I> alt life work conduct* a speech ah**, are *>ew.aervieefag hands aatl ether tate*. act
    MMic: msJtt abet bueii sev*rat halls corrective COUnt and a radio

    MVPfIN ter'I.1.' clinic, and give aid in adjuitmenliof SM Ptas aee4 U atudson . ,. the,
    motes Into h"
    of I
    Want to tarn plain .
    he Mid cllnk'ilervlcea
    personality, The heDi
    !alder rim
    Uite-thrlUinf, y-nllinf party i
    tare Half allgroo Bad nutria tU tine with .o are available at a amall
    L with your t favorers lIIdla..ttartr JAN O: PARKER tea t* all Dad County students WeWiec & ., Ser e ..

    nreparad. mix) sad before bake IfI:: NUTS. \Tee. Guests Included Mr*. Spins

    t QU' Ivaeiow can }sty/trifle AAPIf Jt- Min Jodi Bolender, and Stark KreeM Ave. at P. L C. sUMreU
    hI1 at
    the AP. H wU give you ]Mighty\ ftteklnf. ..and saves yo. Bellenger of Dalton, M... Alae I CHARLES TIAnCANT BARRY WEIGHT $ts. f

    ..... M Ktraetlve jly* a.4 .tIooodI" 1IMl'J'iID''p' present was Ferd Kitter, a :thew,
    a1 -
    .g ..!. ier- ; Bar* U-wwathe ot iwmbef o( the riub. fI

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