Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
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 20, 1948
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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: VID00596
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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37th Year No. 8 HOMESTEAD: FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 194.) .,. I"'icet''e Cents '




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Cities Plan Suit to Stop 14IH FRUIT FESTIVAL OPENS ...




Dade-Mia1Ji.lJfer/ Vote DOORS DAILY AT 11 AFTER

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r,, Prompt court action against the 1;CETTIM UNDER fAY SUNDAY .

?: proposed consolidation of the City ,

II." of MiamtswMh Dade County liras

voted .pd-a meeting of representatives t
THE WEATUEUD Opening f:SO )). tn. Sundayin
': of 21 smaller municipalities F1r I
'f the large chamber of commerce 1
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m.w..rw.r
held la Miami Shores Fridaynight ' : A fund of $10000, which 04 ,,,; \
i,' Dele )Ui,1|Mia.1| sir. j I'" fourteenth Redland District Fruit y
will be subscribed contributions "" Feb. 12_ '85 ,
I by . 69 10 )IS I Festival win run through Saturday
from the various municipalities Feb. 13 $1 (I 30-Dl 0.OB I
I Feb. 14 M 68 IOU Feb 28 It will mark resumption 1
I yeas set up Ior'lelll expense Feb. IS 78 f3 3021 0.10 of tn annual gals event
and/advertising over radio and in: r Feb. 16 SI ee 3020 005 that was last held in 1841
the Miami dally which Feb. 17 8e .
papers 62 SO 10 After Sunday Iht fair building
| were said to be loath to give Sews Feb. 18 85 411 JO.09 005
I will open la visitor each morningat
V apace ta argument against the 11

J consolidation .they have espoused. USE OF BIG STAGE A specially constructed entrance
Action by the municipal dele.dates' -j in a setting of palm ant
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followed rerommendatl nsC .
< OrnairwntabJMned
Other tropical
contained" In s .report rfnsde by .'t" BY .
a ROTES
for the
...... SOUGHT the occasion by -?ountrnurtery
rtoemmittee"e| five oily attorney j admits visitors "through l),
appointed at a previous meetingto I FOR the north wing or the building
study the merger as proposedin I WOOD TALK Lau space for-exhibits la allorded
a special act of the legislature I It
this year as the south wing to in
last year. ,Use of the pageant siege, andpleachera use a* a roller skating rink and i
Under the plan, only tat City
in the Homestead ballpark much Of tbejtart! wing Uocnipleily
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!III Miami and one jmal'D1W11cl.p.llt".at will be sought I by the'Hamslstead 1> oflices.of Everglades National ,
Miami
created in Rotary Club for a huge Perk headquarter I
1MI. wauld bt abolished and their I community meeting one tilght of Nightly attraction .of the JeHlval. i
i.rovernmet merged with that of ,1 I tat week following the festivalto beginning Monday at**, >, m. I
: Dade County under the name 'of hear an address by Harrison will be the outdoor spectacle,
the county of Miami. The votersof Wood Miami radio commentatorand "Echoes of the Everglades. with :
fJ/ Dade County would ballot at author .f book dealing with a cast of 380 Written aid produced 1 1
the second primary on May 23oa I foreign. policy by Mr. and Mrs Harry S. .t
whether to submit a constitutional I In a recent talk to the club, Mr. Dorrlngton of Fostorla, O-, >the
amendment setting up the Wood said the United States is in one and a half hour spectacle will
I mergeiv-which would apply onlyto A the middle of World War III right portray the historic highlights: of
1 Dade County_4o tile people of a II 1 now and the way to keep the cold south Florida, from the earliest
V T Florida at the November general war f1"om'Oml..,. a shootingwards meeting of Indian and Kj nlihexplorers' I
< election. to -call Kusiia's bluff before to the recent ucatlon
I Between Devil and Deep she hal time to develop the of Everglades National Park I
The other municipalities to MasksSAM atom bomb and other resources.So The specially designed ;tn,e In I
I cluding Homestead and Florida WOOD Play O ceot Pageant impressed were the Rotes the ball park, across the street :
City; the two incorporated areas I that they have appointed John from the festival building, Js 210 i
'.within the Redland District, would S. G. Wood 99 Asked by MacfaddenFor Demllly and George Wakeflrld feet wide by .0 feet etoeo. Bat.. Iteries
have the of consolldat- ,
privilege .
colored ,
to work out plans with the festival of floodlights cyclorama I
.; tngjtr of maintaining their separate Longevity Secret for Magazine management to delay demolition backdrops specially constructed (
municipal status under the of the stage and to seek scenery and colorful coattme ,
new County of Ulaml-which _peraUon of other civic organizations will make this an tmprte- 1
would leave them between the Bit bllllac as "tht oldest actor would be of Interest to the J'IIJ.alai In staging a district' live enlertalnment. It pinned
devil and the deep sea. or damned in tile world" in the role of Chief Culture readers", Mr Mac- wide meeting to bear Mr. Wood, to perpetuate this Rrtrglsdcs I
If they do .and damned If they fad_aiel. "If you should be in who hat agreed to make the spectacle a* an annual event In
don't according to till findings Dsceola In "Echoes of the Ever. Miami at any Uses, I would be] address. (Continued on Page Two I
of the committee of which Ben glades" may result In even wider glad have you be Af guest for
Shepard city attorney of Miami :fame for 'SB-year-old Sam O.: luncheon ar 1Ii_." '
,Beach, to chairman Wood of Homestead. As a result Mr' Woods ay. his longevity Jodi Bolcnder to :Reign atF stival' I
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Weald laoreaee Taxes lt% I of !hat publicity, Mr. Wood this I hereditary and claims t6 have
In a latter accompanying Its .week received a letter from Ber-i had a brother who Jived to the Lisa Dietel to Be Miss South Dade .
analysis and finding on She proposed I narr Macfadden, publisher of age of 106.
consolidation, the committee Physical Culture magazine, taking He was bore in TbomasvUle, n,.
gold; ] I for an Antrvlew' Ga, and say that one of till most PUNY Jtdl Boleadtr whoat sale be Miss Ann McU 4a4e had
y one committee appointed has 3 think a story from youtt to vivid boyhood 'memories I II the of ticket for the festival pageant iMJUO voles; Miss -CeUwrlrM
:. (Continued :jon. Page rout) ,what you credit your longlerity return of his bearded father after earned for.her ,422(*' vote, will Thompson, 110450 vote; and
r the Civil War. He came 1Q Florida reign ver the Fruit: Festival. at Mia Margaret Series, 4 ,UO
Dead earn forty year ago and for Miss Redland District votes: Mia Soothe Dad* <<\ft!-
I Bodies of Three Local USN several years dead made tall home JUai LJa JDletel whose votes (Continued on fate 'hlfJ .
:po tht John Neatsey (rove. i totaled 320010, will be Miss
Returned from 'Pacific for Burial South Dade.Coronation. Helicopter Crashes

Chest Donation Asked of the two queen While Crop Du6ling ,
will take eveningat
place Monday
todies of three Homestead berger of Homestead and Mrs Ida
The ; At District Quota Lap
of tile Initial performanceof
part The Bell helJeopUr whkk flew
navy Meet,who died ia tie Pacific It; Eichenberger of Naranjo.Ensign
theatre in World ,Wr ,11. wart Donovan ton of Mr. and I ,The Bedland' District hat contributed -: the spectacle. Xrheea of the the matt to Miami Feb. tt the

scheduled to_ have,_rrlvo-cboiit N... Rlehard H. Doovan, was shot anly half Its ,SJAOO Everglades reign throughout The the Queens j festival will Homestead Air Show. trashed
Pet 11 at _, FranclMt' )'aboard down while) piloting a navy com I Monday morning an the glades
quota for Dade County Community week and at the Everglades grand east of Florid City when Pilot
bat
the transport "Cardinal OTJootaJTi plane Mrs. Donovan ha gone
Chest Mrs. J. Richard Brooks,, ball which will climax festivities Dixie
They' are Ens.: Richard Jt to: California to make arrangement Geo. Fetroules of the
Donovan Jr. Er* Chas.t Bch.iberger. for"HI* burial In.a national district chairman,:. reported Jvsttrdty Saturday night, feb. 38. Dusters was doing a routine Ousting .
Miss Redland' attendant. silt
ale. ,add FOU Walter drmetery there Paris" ob,
Smith. No iurther. Ufioation Earl: Smith,a brother of A.D.and been contacted nay .telephoneMrs. The accident occurred It about
received: hjr DM: next of AE.. Smith., died aboard the Jkookt .or any of her aides MIftCHAXTI WILL MEETA 10 a. m. .a* "Mf. Petroulea; attempted
U.s.& Arizona at Pearl Harbor, and the donations will be tailed meeting of :the Merchants: to take oft M J speed of
ij.beeA :lcfieDbrger.'pilot, died together rwrtb Anderson Arrant, fer Check should be Bade to Association for final Instructions five or ten mile an hour. He wet
1HI of combat iniuria son of Mr and Mr*. Jobs.Arrant the Dade County .lG1I\INIDUI, tn Appreciation Day win be heldat unhurt, and reports tint ttamagtid
cbyoIa .1GoE..Pchcln-:: 1Cmtlisued fits,sue 30))I Chest the city hall tonight at 8 o'clock.1 .thbtlioapter la not tcrloua

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Two THE LEADfcRrENTERPRISE Friday, February 20, 194

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; MERGER PLAN IS \\25 Are Caught In Drive ,I ROY MATTHEWS Mrs; Rodgers, Sent (o Philadelphia] !

Tp Enforce Meter Use 1
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By Boy Scouts, Dies at Her Home Her
Iff
t "PIG I POKE" twenty-five! OT more ticket TAKES OWN\ LIFERoy "

1 have been Issued for violation of
Mrs. Harvey L. Rodiers 34 died ton Church of the Nazarene
a; SAYS SPEAKER parking meter regulation -sine E. Matthews of Miami I Fed IS at her home on Eureka''which she was a member Tu
Saturday when Major T E. Kirby
: former Homestead resident was dr., after an tunes of almost two I Funeral Hun directed Intel
ordered rigid enforcement Personi found dead of carbon monoxide I years The Rev. C. F. CnUl1leIIofflcl.l ID Miami Memorial Park,

.. Dad County voters would be, Lund parking overtime are, pottonlrg Monday In hit tlghtly- at funeral services: held I II In'Iln effort to halt a n r
ticket
given to to the
report : "
"buying a pig in I poke" to, closed automobile at Dade County Saturday afternoon In the PrinceD.W.IIUTCIIINSON- kin Infection developed afterextraction I
approve a Dad Counly-Qty 01 police station where they are re.i Mr. Matthews, assistant
t nursery of two teeth in II
Miami consolidation proposal that qulrvd to put up $1. If they wish ;
superintendent of Fairchild Trop I : 1946, Mrs Rodgers was sent
doe< not contain a charter but privilege to contest the case they have the I ical Garden, bad been sought since 1 1I ;Ph ladelphia clinic by the Ptin
k.. the rules of appearing in puce
( governing in'
when he disappeared !
I Saturday t>n Boy Scout troop of which I
jTKulnriom to be worked out after court which is held on Monday I' after driving his wife 11 a I'
grocervtor son Leroy. is a membr Befa
Adoption of the aimndnNnt,. I Iwn It, n'ghti. *. lie bed been In Ill health TAKEN BY DEATH ,that she was a patient in

pointed qut <. ta* mnMrteacRotsry Drlvea. ..,.are w.rn d chill) the 'I for, BUsaber of rears, and bit Courty Hospital for six m
Club .WednesdayThomas :*, Jbetcn ..n register. oral ..pennies<< des, mil Hated; M vulcld Daniel Weldon Hutchinson, !'In Philadelphia her case was

C Mayes, former mayoi and nickels Lyman Williams appeared Funeral services. held last night father of A: w. Hutchinson ofMometteod 'nand aa hopeless and she w"-s i
of Coral Cables in court night to
: Monday
In I Miami funeral chapel, were died Saturday In I.turned home several m 'ntlu
Mr |}s yes. a ItSder In the eon- .argue. .. that be wa*> Doll"Ailty of Mlovetf by cremation ttorml' hospital at the age of 86 Mrs Rodgers was tbs fon
olMaljMi I poslt'on SPMWWMbjr \*. parking a* henad put I tarfcT 3. F Matthew* 'ot Hornctead *- I The body wu sent by Turner MIJIt Clara Belle Sapp

)1 .rnunlctpaUtl |n?. Mfc a dime MM the Motet for two Mr Matthews was wired I Ftareral Horn, : ta Adel, Ga. In addition to her husband lit

Collator spoke in respatWe M "IffVtUflMV boy. of time and the golf( failed here and was fTMMtteo! from: Hutchinson tamely Mme, tb'l Rodgers leave*, three son, I
by the local club wbtot to |>*gl'<1fr. The cs,. wis' tarried. Homestead schools. H. marriedthe i funeral servci and burial. Oyrie and Carl; five dau.hle
two weeks a<., heard R. B. Bass over for farther consideration.Parking of
former Miss Lllli Swanson Frances Delore Margaret. Every
A mired farmer Mr.
meter receipt amounted Hutchln-
tier of I
In favor the
speak merger Homeruad and they moved to and Carol ind two brothers, i
to $1.J78.oe from Dec. 29 the son came from St Mary's, Fla.. I ;
proposal the Miami area when he became Sapp and Truby Sapp both in
three years ago U make his horn
date the machines went Into operation -
fflxly, cent of Dad poirlity'svoting connected with Fairchild Garden
per Miami.
Feb. ot in Dade County He biro laAdel ,
to IS. Goat the wp(!
ytrength" ll In the Sty, o'| 113 meters Is SI6ttiTtVBODIES at IU Inl'lpVot.ln J9M On Jnn, 9, 1863, and moved
Miami. Mr. Miy*. laid M It IiI In addition to his wife and his lo Orlando In 1919 and to St.Miry .
I easy to see who would be In con father, he leave two brothers '
s a few later.
years
trol In event of consolidation. No Dr. Earl D. M,tthwl of Dade fir addition to Mr. Hutrhmaon. Brooks Inc. : !
longer.ould the smaller! municipalities City, and Aldus Matthews of
he leaves two ions, Q.J. HutchInson
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!be able to control gam- Black MO.UItlllnN. CMliS. -
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of Jacksonville ind/f It:
blips within thtlr limits but the of Homestead. Arranf-Smlth Posfc Hutchlnlot'of, Coral:'tiAlen
gamblers would 111the whole V. F. W, was named In theft( ' four .
county for their OperaUons.wlthonly honor. KERR DIESATPERRMHOME ulfhtetJ, Mr B. P. Wallbridg !
of Homestead Mr*. Idell Vollrith
The Elchenberger and
bodies of
only one set of law enforcement
official to contend with &mlth.will be interred In Arlington and Mr. J. P.'CasrUne. both of Oldest Completely
Cemetery at Fort Myer, Va. ] Coral Gables, and Mr S. E. Taylor )

Mr Miyes said that the consolidation and Mr. and Mr*. A. D. Smith and of Jacksonville; a brother, Equipped GroveCaretakers I
legislation was either Mr*. Elchenberger plan to go FVirlda Mae Kerf. wife of R. Arch Hutchinson of Wiycross
Very carelessly! drawn or very died Tuesdayat Ga and two half-brothers.
north for the rites.FLORIDA P. Kerr of Perrlr. ; Ottq 1
aubtley drawn as It Is a master the age of 61 Funeral services Hutchinson bf M .ml and Bartow
piece of ambiguity and confusion conducted yesterday afternoonby Hutchinson ef Orlando.IL I

t, which the munlep.llt1ee: plan to CITYPIONEER the Rev Bruce A. Curnmnj
',' ark the court to clarify beforeIt
were followed by burial In Wood- CUCIIIELLA KIN DIES ?
t* allowed to (o before the lawn Park Cemetery Mike Cuchlella 59, brother of

voter DIES Born in Oiteen, Fla, Mr*. Kerr Harry Cuchlella of Florida City' r. 0. BOX si
The Rotary Club will cooperate moved to MI.mlln 1(90 six year died Feb. 4 at hit home In Boston. Phone etRHOMESTEAD
with the Redland P. T A. and of before Its incorporation. She had Mr. Cuchlclli returned home Fri.
other organization, In seeking Ceo. A. Reynold, a member founded made her home In Perrlne for day after having spent three week FLA.
of the 29 families who -
caution and atop sign at dangerous one the 21 In
put year I Boston
died Monday
Florida City In 1910
road Intersect':ons throughout the I In addition to her hu,' a'd. she
at his horn In Miami at
the JRedland District President leaves a daughter I\Irl. Frances'Kloster 'I
Tom Rout appointed Bob Bournto age of 7s.Funeral.. 1 a brother Roy Pell, and FINE THROUGH SERVICE .J
work with the p. T. A. and services were conduct a litter, Mr Harry Witching.! '
Other representatives In obtaining ed yesterday afternoon by Dr. all IIIf Perrbi

action from the county. Tempi Glenn C .James. In Miami White I Via FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY j jTO .

NOTICE Death 1>k<* Mrs. Gcrken : '
Hollo li ........ .!... tr T.ere file Among the IS long-time Dad
I Mi, a. ter... AM. H_-. to UMMlr County resident who served a* : Funeral Held Saturday
who. b... w...l.. In ....., .blrHivw
.* .wale ... .w4iM will to honorary pallbearer were W. D. Mr Fmmt Gugel Oerken wife ;
.... for ....... M MM ..... slid' for Horn. Lee H. Lehman, A. W.
ta M *.,. of Albert F Gerken, de here
KARL ft I WOLDr Undgren, Cha L. Cappallo, WJ Feb. 12 at the age of 97 Funeral =T.
I "b_ H. II Mv a. It. items Fowler. R. P. Barfield R R.
services, held Saturday afternoonIn V
Kerr T L. Gravel and Earl
fs\\
Carter by Turner cremation chapel, were allotted 1 '

NEWS Mr, founder of the
Reynolds,
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{ Mr and Mr* Gerken had emit
I Reynolds Insurance Agency, was here I year ago from New York to CINCINNATI
member of White Temple
a make their horn on Robert rd
LOUISVILLE MIDWEST
Church: the Masonic Order the at Avocado dr i AND

VIEWS Mahl Shrine, and a past patron: Mrs Gerken leave In addition lasKVllltCMAnuOOU
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,>f Fort Dallas Chapter O. E. S. fIorW lest Coast telway offers west Cie.tISMINGHAM
to her husband two daughter.
H* Is survived by: two son, Will -- tlxMfli. aerate I* Cheese sad pent
Mrs Henrietta Grannlno of Maa- earoasa.w" His Mdvaf .d $anis.est.' Yee
By JIM SHARPThl and Geo. L. daughter, Mr MOIUGtAU1 :
; a
flwie leaf Coast
tachuiettt and Mm Anita Cerken CM Marl veer Inn el
1* Spring catalog time of Wm. D. McKenzie; two brothers of Homestead, and two sister. anal1a ..a..., It..... .4 tnwF ClkiMh ''''''''
the year for gardener . and [a sister, and five grand-children. Mr*. Adeline Klpp of Pennsylvania lit \kef tiffs. 1 .imo t kMi e MMI*.

cc there nothing to downright and Mr*. Henrietta Coleman -
attractive al a gardening csti- WANT ADS P-\\ of Jacksonville

I ." tog it* a* encouraging a* a .
home-run with base full. A ,
fellow can lit back In a big,
comfortable chair and flip UN I ." ;' "
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through the brightly colored ;

.. page without ratting a blister
'I You can close your eye and see
'" yourself picking lower and THWM COACH STtEAMLJIEK

i vegetables that look like Flori Visit Fuller. City *l Miami, wj bilk Wiled elrffMtiM
da-California propaganda After ...*1 Mad .f. *H H re twttt el Spring out of the way, there's same., iki.( nr t4 awed T.vsn4M..... JTe
-r only one other time you look at loins see ._.t, .r.t.. CaK|* list. Mir
the at'k' that'i.when you '
f check to see what the

seeds you planted would have
looked like, U they had '*vr
com up!
Congratulation* Redland pistrkt I THE MILLCANNOT
Lion* dub-that was :
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swell lob in electing Miss Jodi
" Bolender queen ot the Redland -6 THMM rHLMM & OWN TMIISItw4 /;

.nl-t.ona may the reign- u oIooo4. s.c....... .... n.w. Arww. e..'f
Very. very cut gal Hi wonder with Water Over tie Dam *>f, a..n*< hnrlM* *.*..* eccwMweaHaM, (*- _,
the LIONS worked so hard It Mnt4 I
reef lea r neck, Least ale tj, arrive! Cheese
you are not taking part In thefestival tit the seat ewma.WHIT .

you ace missing lot 'Jj.UI.7e. caa'l rc* ctfs Mae" speat ..wlNt,.set, fornuMfeh' .:
ot fun. Going to b
a great '
show so plan to see It all of k i* sot'ore*the daM lost M you still lane '--1O. i

Word from South Africa U ptfcSai life luunnce pcoeeetos .
thai the natives down along That still is opporauilly to 1ft.. aaodoai tin wbeeli of a* .

I, .. the Congo are now wearing .-. program gourd to ...-.-.., lawns: sad the carnal :
plastic\ bangle Look like clv- CIIIIC of IiYla. .

.". lliiation'a got them goingaround Let a fiieadlf Lit of Grouts Ag al assist JOB la selling.p a lift THMM SLEEfHN MtS 4
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In circle Don't go .
eiscket ...
around In .In:..." looking for tssvraac program to auel your particular Sara .* FItrWt.ifl.riML: ** y Via tileSEMINOlI

tine Sportswear for Men! TheJ *W SOUTHLAND. M ioee.;* .. $!. IMK
& S CLOTHIERS h.ve. s's tae DIXIE LIMITED oat i* so..a Clrr M M..riipa
complete line ot port clothing e2:PSSA3 'A Ik* LOW CITT.h.&IDA SKCIAUTeJeBlMU :

,, McGregor Shirts for Instance . . Pee LI..wsilse s1 --
_tho comfy rootII7."It1led- ,
e i,
.: I ,' :'rlghf ,shirts and slack that =Jff An Ne. Il.11--.4

"t let. a man have his. freedom' I.' ; ..

Stop h soon, It win be a pleaatir ors 41. 111816141111116111 stress rest FLORIDA t=A5T COAST

to ahow youjQur stock. I ,
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Friday. February 20, 1948. THE LKADKR.ENTERPRISE Pace Tfcret

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V Mayor Hunter Unopposed Local 'Processing I packaging Seen Pilot Forfeits $2SO f
- VESPER SERVICESUNDAY ,
For Drunken Flylnr
A'
a Nominee of 2 PetitionsIn ,
Answer to CrI L)>> Overproduction "krur f
TO MARK teat week's report of nom 1 p The r*+t case l' #(jk lot- .
dx-ktt
I Ing" WM on the of he city
IIn.t"II1 filed for Florida City I Dr. A. L. Stahl prrfewor of j|luke which had been preserved police court Monday light whenOeo
OPENING OF FAIR 1 own officers, to be ejected Mar. :food technology University of I Ii tor more thai a yesr The unlttnlty'hM . BtMoell. Jr.. of Put Lauderdale -
8, the name of Mayor Herbert MO acres set arid I forfeited a bmdt =350.
i;Miami.' Tuesday night told members ;for. experimental' plantings of Dunned arrested by FuUce Chief l'
Vr.per services to commermr- I Hunter WM unintentionally. omitted of the Itadlaid District I tropical fruit* and vegetables, he I, Wm, F Brantley at (He Remesteaa
ate the opc-In, of the Redland ;,, a> a nominee for ..-.cUon I Lion Club of unlveri: ) research I aid Air Show Fb 8, failed to appear
n a petition which also nominated Into local problem of crop marketing The Lions will observe ladle' for tnal on a technical charge of
District Fruit Festival will be I Wm J, Geronlim for mar- I l and overproduction. Surplus I right at next Tuesday' oi iui disturbing the pM.... .
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held at 810: Sunday evening on I I thai, Mn Bonnie .B. Adams for. nMtttni which will be hold at I Other pilots report that Bunnell
the pageant stage in Homesteadball I tovn clerk; and Wm. An tHnt,I production should be processed :the rocreat'on! shelter In Home- was flying his plane with pat>-
park Jr, Frank Navllli Walter Schultt and packaged by |hems JI Read municipal park adjacent to angers In a reckless and dangerous -
A aermon "All Th'.nlR Are I and Itrhard Mattson for council- fjlki for home profit, he Mid. I the fMrt-al rrOU d" msnner
Y"Ora". will be preached by the. m nMi I Dr. SUhl exhibited pliofilm- ; __
ReD.. Clyde Bart ef, pastor of I Hunter ir therefore unopposed wrapptd vegetablehlrh. were I] J
tor re-election, since he
flf
L* Jeune Presbyterian Church I apparently fresh six month after:
was nominated also on a petition
Miami.The
Invocation win be liven with; Andrew W. Palay for picking: and condensed orange "Late
Blight""PARZATE"
by the Rev. Paul Manning, pastor I marshal; Ceo. M. Arbogajt for \
of Sacred Heart Catholic: Church clerk; and Alan > Lewis, W W. W. R. Bird Elected
of Homestead; prayer will be I Severy, Harry Dealer, Harry Secretary of Board.
offered by the Re/ W. E. Rowell.' Cuchlella. Wm. X.: Myert and I is Du Font's newly
pastor of Silver Palm Methodist; Ernest Nelll for councllmen W. R. Bird ,of Homestead
I Church; and the benediction will elected secretary of the Dade' developed dithiocarbamaU fungicide
be given by the Rev. Frank L.; Men's Chorus and hymns 1>y the County board of school trustees r which may be used as a spray
r Every, Pastor of Homestead congregation with a prelude by Monday night E. L. Allsworth or a dust. Many successful grow
0 Presbyterian Church. Vaughn Tunnel will comprise: the was named chairman and r HI i
Stations havefound
and
Selections by the Homestead musical part of the program. McDonald, "I halrmaa. I era Experiment
"Parole" unusually effective

James Wollam Refrains I ;1 1I in the control of both early and

Car Stolen Here Sunday '_ late blight of potatoes and tomatoes

People Who WITHOUT CAUSING INJURY -
Thieves "jumped" Ignition wires ,
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and stole the car of James Wol-I TO PLANTS. ..
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lam Hnmestesd grocer and IOfKnow
Councilman Sunday IIIhrJl' ", I FOR INFORMATION AND IMMEDIATE: DEM\U SEER
out of gas at Marathon and exchanged -
it for an automobile Use Devoe _
Stolen from the fishing camp of j \V-Brown & Company

Guy Tlfton. Ooaldt-lrhane 491. South MfimU-rhone 47
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Neither Ifr Tlfton's car nor .
Flat
Mirrolac Enamel Dcvopake ,
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the thieves have been located by .
t i Trim and Shutter Glade and Grove Supply Company
Monroe
Sheriffs: department Princeton. FlaPhones US and 175
to WhICh tho thefts were
reported.Mr. .
Tipton Identified Mr. Wo), Redland Paint Store Collins Feed & Supply CompanyN.

1- am's car by papers 1n the glovevjrtipartment E. '< at. F. E. C. Rr.
and drove It back
HOWARD PERKINS Owner ,.,
to Homestead Monday morning Miami Is. Ha-Phont .os
Mechanics found the engine had U4 8. Krome Ava. Homestead

been ruined. .
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Tbe.LeaderEnterprise. - - - - - - - - - - - - numbers et tbe arglslatur In the. forth the method of enacting ordlnanee raw Hid ;,
house and one th the senate. and for th* esitonrernetrt The special act provide for
The Gadabout Section (b) provtda that the and. penalties and that persons charter board ef fifteen oft
County of Miami shall be a legal charged with violation of any ordnance -' and taxpayer to frame she
pascal as mi mundpallty and county of this of the County of Miami In 60 day This wa la the s
By hales Waiting FerrerraTh State, with the power, duties and shall not be entitled to a trial by std act but had it been inclila
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M 1M Seat 110. ....nmlae. ca.a.v. obligation of I county and a Jury the general resolution would
.. - - - - - municipal corporation aqd. shall Two Iris ., Laws have passed by a three-fifths voter ,

II'P.'If aeJrn pounding of till steam rid be entitled to all the power, In Section (c) It br provided The Joint resolution would nom
vanes see sense ator broke our sleep. Wh.t. right and privilege and aid from that till charter after Its approval, become effective a* a conatitutionil _"',
raewnra Lamm accuse
I ..-.... UturrtRmx contrast to the part Monday mornIng the state, including represented shall be th* organic law of the amendment unless It could
wolf ancEnea0IN when we had been awakened ,in the state legislature which County; of Miami The violationof be amplified and supported byspecial the'
..... and Pesoavaecanrnoa by an alarm clock and dressed In would accrue to It It It wen a the laws applicable to the act This would seem to1
ion balmy breetes before we left county or a municipal corporation SUt. Of Florid and the County us to be a fatal defect but 0 '

is hAt C..nq. I _SAM II.'"t 4 1..e. the U 8. A. for Argentina. LAW V.lee ha Oeverasneat of Od' are now tryabl In most course, the court will have t
Wall 1 r.r, res.0.tdd.a By the time Don had flnlahed Speaking from the standpoint of instance before a Jury Ap*renUy pas on this point U Is our opinion
Does Comma lasWAO% "M' bathing and dressing the*room the non-consolidating municipal there would be two sets of that a conMitutlonil referen.
smelled Uk a florist' shoe from ties It I I. not dear how the new laws in the oon-comeltditei dum for a proposed amendment I*
Unions do .....d ..... was wttwalone the perfumed toilet soap and face representative of the house or municipalities one the ordinance either to be submitted t? the vote '
Him..lilt u, nit n arena a. (IT*. After .he dosed the door l behind whit their power would be the existing tow ef the State of provided in Article IT of the Con
him I thought It would be nice tb since these municipalities are in Florida. Of course In. addition rtitutlon, or It 1* ineffective when
Neighborly Talk take another sleep. Staring at the Dade County, and since it i* provide -- thereto would be the municipal passed. fj
ceiling with no thoughts of work In Section (c) that the charter ordinance of the non-consolidated Third 1* no provision for
Amtle Maihew ntspatrli was a wonderful experience for after approval shall be the municipality If an of the municipalities three-fifths of the legislature to*
By me. Then I started to wonder about organic law of the County of of Dad County had been delegate unconditional power to a*
On neighbor to another aid, "You my dog and cat and my old ha Miami and than supersede all special covered In the consolidated amend-; selected group of voter In any
workOut that was batching biddies Then acts and general act by virtue ment then the voters would, have part of the state *
n,1 In your garden every dy, cam the feeling of curiosity of census classification of every a clean-cut Issue. If on the other: N* Cluage Arrrpled
but whyrTb String, how excited one becomes kind and nature heretofore or hand, the actual Und territory
other aid, "It tl our pleasure with new Intereit I dashed on: hereafter applicable to Dade comprising the iton-consoUdatei At the time this bill wn sub.

thus of bed and turned on the radio County and the City of Miami or municipalities, had been cut out mltted the Dade County Research .
To give a bit of Joy to passers Programs cam over the air In other political subdivision therein of the County of Miami and left Foundation who ar now apparently

by"I both Spanish and English whil! 1 except those municipalities nol In the County of Dade, then we sponsoring the adoption of .
the called
bill for certain clarification
hot tub bath with consolidated with the County of would have clean-cut Isiue -
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mulled that o'er, and I began to wn enjoying I > In their letter of March Slit,
note mountains of soap suds and soft Miami. Then It would seem that Under the present proposal however -' While
1.41. this "
bulletin
;i How many poke bout that water. the member of the leg'ilature! Sf. the land arear of the non- marked "Not for publication'1 was .'
they are ever recreated could continue will
consolidated municipalities '
t lovely place When I reached for the bath the memorandum wa mtmeo--
And knew the name and color of, towel and began to unfold It I to pan special lawswith of necessity, be controlled by the graphed and widely distributed
reference to the non-ctmsolldalei
charter provisions of the Count
{ each bloom. thought It wu a bedspread I It who suggested that 17 changes
municipalities, while the territorynow of Miami and the right of it*
Each about them with
spoke have never seen anything large comprising the City. of Miami citizen and property holders be made, none of which apparently
t radiant tam A beach towel le small compared have been mad In the final draft '
and other of Dade
the parts County therein will be effected then
n to these Immense towels which and all of which be Inv .
seem to
would beuontroUed by the chatter .
It U a friendly, thoughtful thingto hotel though there U no power of those '
ire used In bathrooms portent In the consideration of the
grow citizens to vote to control their:
Your flower near the road throughout Argentina and Chill. However line th*' charter destiny, I ultimate constitutionality of the
where ill may we, Pillow; throughout Argentinaand Itself would control the lertloa Section (g) provides for the bilL However Insofar i* the mm-
Instead of In a garden walled and Chile w* found to be of good of these official and there i* no wewrvatlon of certain Institution consolidated municipalities are
locked quality and plentiful. One large provision guaranteeing to the eItI- Ik* the circuit court but apparently concerned and for your Information '
Where folk may only guess ion feather pillow fits across the an of the non-consolidated municipalities the member of the legislature rather thin our recommendations
what there may be. head of the bed With two single a vole la.that government and the state senator are abollahad. I. ? we will set..fOl"thfew ot ,
pillows\ on top. Pillow tick are It U not clear Just wbeiwtk Just bow thy would, be objections made at that Urn. .
l M CITIES PLAN SUITContinued usually very bright and colorful citizens of the non-consolidated elected and bjr whom Is not clear L Insteadof. giving the consolidated
In various plain shades of cambric govcnunant the; pov.4Il'
would have
municipalities myvole TIll clause Section (g) provide
\ material. The pillow MM ar always and duties of both a city and'county a
( from Page One) In their county government that the officer* which continue
I mid Study at this subject and plain white la- pubU* place Section I find. that UM wopeeed. eomelUdaMon but In the hornet they arc general!; th* charter tar br adopted, Shall, -sftall perform PIe SUM duals some Instances), require charter .
I varloui kind of drafters ta mike a correction between -
decorated with designate from time to time what hereafter .
of Dade-County and the as now or may be prescribed -
, Cltyof maml hat serious effect needlework.the portion of Hid municipalities U al by law and such addition the two In cas ot conflict 4.

upon the theoretical non-con aural area. Apparently, since thee i iI duties la may be prescribed by !or Inconsistency. i
solid.Ung municipalities The measure have advanced City of Miami i* the only municipality the charter of the County 01 2. Eliminate provision which
r principal effect 1* financial. A report argument that you cannot tell jus'I directly affected this provision Miami. eeem to vest property of lIoftr'
prepared by the chairman wherein the let would be constitutional would authorize the County; It U hot. our purpose tier consolidating municipalities: in the
of this committee, who cannot be or unconstitutional untl I of Miami In Its charter, to detl.I .- ... go' fists tM much detail with county.
present tonight shows the serious the charter Itself wa voted upoi nale what portion of the noe- reference ta the general objection Ir Clarify reference to taxes
effect which this will have and approved by the people. Then I consolidated municipalities wouldr because many of the feature for non-rural areas.
Summed up It will represent an same parties have argued that II r rural area, and then It says: above mentioned would have to bit 4. Require approval of votersa
Increase of forty per cent or better any phase of the proposed charter "Said county. In addition to clarified or pasted upon by a court ( ) In the particular municipality ,
In the state and county taxes violtttrcertain constitutional privileges < the general power of taxation of of competent jurisdiction! in ask- and (b) In the county ai a whole
on the lands and property within that then the charter couldbe a county and municipality, thai nr for a declaratory decree Just for subsequent consolidation of "
the municipalities with no corresponding changed 1* that respect without have the power in those area whether or net a constitution any municipality exempted from
benefit" upsetting the ultimate plw not designated ai rural to levy. referendum rosy be passed subject the Initial consolidation. i
'Th committee therefore, and have cited, a* an examplethe assess and collect additional ex- to a prior vote by the citizen
recommends; consolidation: of the School else and ad valorem**.. on the of> Dade County b a question of 5. Prohibit. establishment of
"4. That each Municipality Districts\ of Dads County However ism bail and to the same extent first Impieabion of this state borough or taxing district In ,
a become a plaintiff a salt to ttthet th.reIf tt> be certain as It a separated municipality I Weal NeWly Other Beetlensof municipalities yet consolidated 1
with the county.
constitutionality of the sub feature of this proposal, whit* and county still existed Castttatl
mission of this otter to popular art unconstitutional fundaineaUUj therein." Whether or not the legislaturemay Tatar to- Ne..Cast.lldatorsThese
vot. and which could not be cured b y Very Muddy amend a dozen different ar. are only a few of the 17objections
'1 It haa been contended by any charter modification later on Frankly, u is not clear, Just icles, or sections of the comtlta* which were mad at \
i, the proponent of the amendmentthat theta+ Parties Nelda whit this provision means If it ion In one imeniment I* not clear bat time by the allegedly Impartial -
the municipalities could rave In order t*answer these problem, had said' that In the ntt<*onaott- but tthe put decisions of the Su- Dade County Kesearch,roundattoa. -
this Increase In taite* II they themselves declaratory judgment acOaa, dated area the Count) 'ot Miami\ pre_ Court would eeem t. held The ones .w* have mentioned r
would consolldat Whether would probably be the beat ramed; would b* limited to certain types that thlK cannoT be don. Just seent W be fetal. to the In-
1 there would be any laving or net In which. a court of competent pt assessments for County put whether a rpaeltl aet *f legtalaure terming .ot the non-coneolldating
ia problemaUcar but 1for. the jurisdiction would t* asked to pea only and not permitted snrn ai Captor M 4n' or lunldpallty to lay nothing about
city officials and citizens of these construe the proposals Milt refer levy for the alleged municipal 446S cm be read Into and become the other objection which seem
mall municipalities to determinefor onto to their basic constitutionally services such as ar} now being an Integral part of a Joint rtsolu- to be fatal to the constitutionality .
themselves whether theywould : This 1* a right which h) opento evted' then the non-coMoDda ties tee. a, proposes eesattutlenah as well a* the practical working
like to lurrender their Independence anyone and certainly( sooner .* municipalities would...** Mn I amendment was ta make I* work oft the plan "
y and, .. subject to. the later the courts will have to paw pMteeUea This Is further con, I abler I.-also a caw of Ant impression. Bi the Ont portion of thin report -
' control of the consolidated city ,upon liner _end_" fused by* the provision of Sectione The resolution would be wi hive commented on priccally -
an*/county govern met, hiving no Some of these item which directly ( ), sub-paragraph 1 which, in hopelessly inadequate In Itself It every one of theta same
local control over toning ordlnncM attest the municipalities. general provide that the charter v.e could not,consider Section.14,I objections which were raised last
or the tale ...f Intoxicating who did not consolidate mar be of tilt County of Miami shall fix paragraph (*T which provides, year, tf hot In the urn words,
beverage or the _bot'of gambling summarized **tallow the method or manner by which that the manner means and with In* same ubstenc ..
conducted within their city J. Section IU paragraphj j I other munlclpalltief may conoU od of creating a charter meth-I empIete run Net Offered
limit "AU elected and appointed\ date for the division of the terrt the- County of Miami, This is not a question of
Believed " lJon1raD county and municipal ofOeenn orr Into districts; aone or boroughs election of the.first board ot com- I whether or cot some type of consolidation -
I -* li of the opin I df offlclala, commission" but there I* BO clear-cut nttssioners, shall be aa provided I would b* adequate or
the law Insofar as It boards, bodice. authorities and provision\ ar to what county fitfie by special act of tile 1M7 session beneficial to the people. The peo-
affects the Independent rminld- offices tefiilsti\ executive or Ion* may performed exclusive of th- legislature. The act I* not ,te-ara not given a chance to vote
polities, U Illegal and that It Win *xlmmistn v'rr whether created of municipal functtw by Ue named and Just how a .a stltuonal on a completed plan They; cannot -
be held unconitlutlonal by the by the Constitution or statutes, County ef Miami to the .are* of referendum which must be vote on something that U as
.... uprem court If it I* promptly Mtoato therein, wRh the exception iMtt-eonoUdatod munklpattPavaajraph. voted upon, by fee people of thaentire eonfuMd a*. this ,proposal. W*
tucked.: *l ether munielpjaUUe. and tift. State of Florida ua be have only tried. to point out cer-
The commlttee'i analysis *f the municipal office therein and (e), aubparagrapkaay clarified or made effective, by a alm. of the apparent defects but
I consolidation proposal toltbws, In with the exception: hereinafter that CIt charter shall special act of the leflslatur, U there are perhaps so( many. un-
tech noted tot the territory new rdmprtaiot provide for tile eJecOon. or '*nnolaomirt a new ,_Uon. No such attempt ,areseen- defects that no one can \
"Sow with reference to the pro- Dade County, Florida, of offices employVn, has ever been mad ; according to say just what the ultimate additional I
paced constitutional amendment, shall be, and thv-SM are hereby Including the crtrMonv election or recorded case la thin tate befor defect would be. As a proposal I
w*jar* not so much concerned with abolished and terminate appointment of additional office This special act Is actually anintegraf for future study the idea
i the practical effect of the method and In lieu thereof ethers la to i perform any of the duties of the p rt of the resolution and has ncaived1 consideration but asa ?
nd manner proposed In the resolution hereby established a political offices existing Dade County by yet It I* usually passed. without piece of formal legislation to be j
It emi to\u "' "t'UlI arpout. *- stbdivMon b* knawi.a*'the' .its law** by ndarter at the debates ST majMfly voter a suy- adopted ar a parr ot our fund.i i
a. now submitted, I* unconstitutional County of Miami, Florida, extending -, county but line the area in theraoscas.elidaied ported by the local delegation. A mentil constitution of Florida, the
in many respects too territorially throughout miwieipaUtie are constitutional amandment must matter seems ta be M hopelesslyrimed
numerous to mention herein. The the present Omit of. Dade fill bus part at the county ;ha passed by a tkreo-fifth vote atnl so inadequate from a .
r constitutionality of the act could County." there .to M provision made- by: Ptrt\1..1I the method and manner conitltutlonal point that It Is our ''I{
t oaly.b* determined by direct court AbolMlev tegklalM. which representation By' TOUT or of election of the charter board reconunendation that the courts
j procedure brought for that our This Section doe not directly otherwise would be granted to thenounoostsolidatsd or the that OBBsnieasofiST had .. Solved. to*aateu-toeproposal.
,Inhabitants, been includatf it tilt amendment it they en ware the people artf
pos* either by way of a declaratory affect non-complying municlHtIe >
I : decree or some other adequate I u munlclpaT corporatSon 'Section (*T.lutt anfrapH 'prt>- tt-Wgur nor Brrr PMHOT 6r a patio the.unnecessary expense of j
remedy The proponent oil except ,that ttl,den ,abolish" three Tide that the charter,'shall set three-tithes vet a popular.vote. ,

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HOMESTEAD ART CLUB MEMBERS BRING MKS. CATES COMPLIMENT' I SECOND ANNUAL REUNION DINNER SET- "

I OLD FAMILY TREASURES TO MEETINGAn I MOTHER. W. MM.a Cave HOSTrmCKMr wrurttiaad I Sir V ?FO&FI3 :.;J J & tt s. CLASS OF w j' w

exhibit of old family treat- by :II.... Chlplty with piano so.com at luncheon Saturday In honor of; The I second annual reunion dinner -' members of the arrangements .
nlinent Mrs her mother. Mn.: Sara Hoatctter of Redland High School claaa,committee ar Robert Ben andy
MvenJ Homestead Art + by Whitney
by
urea I Beam. of Orundy Center, la., Who ti, of 1B38-J7 will be held at S o'clock,Robert Tran.
Club members proved to be t spending the winter at the Caves Wednesday evening Feb. 39, at, Husbands and wives of the class i
matt Interesting feature of Man- Mr*. F. J. Lottlch and Mrs. laid for Mrs '' attend. i
hone Coven were Club 2mba..,. MU Lucille Drlg. members Ire Invited to
day' meeting of the club: at the ChlpUy, hostesses, erred cake W.
J. StuM of Coral Gable, Mrs gen asks that reservations be telephoned Thirty-eight persons sere present
horn ef Mr*. C. I. Chlpley In and punts Allen and'
L. Miller Mn. Abbie her at No. 844-J-t. Other at the dinner last yeah
Porvenlr.Iff t Miss HelenFUsQibbon and '
Mrs J. ft. Napier of MiamI Mn.I '
*. Maud E.:: Chandler exhibited Mr. R. H. Done head the club' Earl Lockhart of Helnbeck:, la.' :
three art 'objects she parcant committee, and Mr 'and the honor guest and hoato' REDLAND DEMONSTRATION CLUB' MEETS'FOR "

had brought from China, k land Cave I II chairman of the club' Afternoon callers at the Cave l ".. INSTRUCTION IN COPPER TOOLING
itonr figurine, I carved Ivory exhibit committee. home were Mr. and Mr*. Q. c. j

piece l and I diver ahleld. Mr*. 3. Prevent besides the member ;Pettlt, former neighbors In The Redland Home Demenaira Personal dress form were '
T. B. McElrojr brought two Al- named were Mn. Rudolph nolle<< ,I Grundy Center, Mr. and Mra.I Uon Club will hold Its Februarytweting I mad for Mr* Alfred C Miller,
vam :china and I tea act Mr*. D. E. Wirdliw and Mra. Adam of Pasadena, Cal. and Mr. at I o'clock next FridayIn Mr*. E Ray, Mn. E. A Carter and
of Sleek she had brought Sarah Hoitetter. I Peanon of Chicago. the Lion Den.Twentyone !Mrs Ralph W. Ktngman at a ...*.
home from Ireland. Mr Ralph """,, !Mora were In- cent work meeting at the King-
I W. Klngmaa exhibited her collection METHODIST W.S.C.S. HOSTESS GROUP"FOR r tcucted In copper tooling by Mr*. man home, Mn. Dot Smith and . :

q,. L Hood- of crudfixea.showed an Mn.heirloom Lonnie f MEETING OF MIAMI SUBDISTRICT I.'M Brant cf Miami on Feb. 11 Miss Alllene Trmnum were in- \ '.
In the deft Mr. Marshall Stederef .tNct<<* '.
bracelet she was wearing
bangle
and miniature heirloom knife' The cubdiifrict rhtttinf of the president, Mn. O. K. Pearson, Chicago Mrs. Violet Bauch and I
a
Woman' Society of Christian poke oe "My goal for 1B4I" and lid Mr H. Cools were Introduced ..
on bee key ring. Mn. W B. caves conducted forum for officersMrs. aa new member and frail punch. Mr*. Norman
brought three Italian picture. Service of Mlamf District Methodist I Invited the group to meet with
and Mrs Frank Webb ,...Idant, Church was held yesterday at her In March.Pment .
brought a hind painted velvet,I the First Methodist Church oHomeitead. GUEST ARTISTS' FOR JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB I besides thOM mentioned +

wall hanging. The Homestead:>> ARE MRS. MUSSELWHITE AND MR. WITTKOP were Mr*. J. H. Bowell.Mr .
W.S C.S. hostess at the
Mn. Cave told the life rtory of was group *. A. F. Darling Mr*. T. Paul
Grant Wood noted Iowa _Ion. Mr*. E. E. King conducted
painter
the Haley, Mrs Angus McNiir Mr*.
Wm. Muttelwhite; .nd In the decoration and refreshment
J. Redd
the devotional, 'Mn. D. .1
who lived 90 mile from her girl
Stanley Wlttkop were guest art *, cake and punch. M. W. Kent. Mrs. W. J. McLeod
and Mn. H. L. Bran-
hood home, and Mr*. Ben Archer was organist
directed study of the picture of denburg iolot.l. Mlimlani presented Ma for the Stephen Foster Junto Mm Ann McLanc invited the and Mrs D- P. Bilk*.
the Mrs. Harry Music Club at the meeting rat club to meet; with her on Mar. 10.
Van program.
the day, a Dycfc portraitof '
horn of Rennl MarkiMr Special gutst were Mm Bruce
the children of Charles [. U Dobbs spoke on finances; Mn 11 at the
Whitney Beam played th. Ennl, Mn. Herbert Kati and
Much enjoyed were two songs A. T. Pierce, literature; Mr*. Em- *
Hohn, planning Mr accompaniment for Mr*. Mussel Mrs Dale Hendenon.MRS. .
ell t program ; Dr. F. f. Archer Jr.Optometrist !
f
J. T. Fefiter, status of women;' whit and Mr. Wlttkop who &ani ,
The young people' elm.of the Mrs Alfred Taylor, missionary' "11Ie Wondrous Croa" A. F. ARTHUR HOSTESSTO
Couldi Assembly of Cod held a
In education; Mrs. Byron Sperow,! Dell Lott Joyce Ennl Ind rUSBYnUAN'OMtN: .
hamburger fry Saturday night
promotion; Mr. Chester E Salb, Doris Craddock played _plan Mr R. Y. Burr, ,directedBible a
the Homestead: city partk. uppllea and Mr*. E. J. Helden-, solos, and Jan Ttiurmn gt\f"' study on "Do I Hive Whit w. MOWS? ST.

bach, Christian oclal relation : brief biography of Franc Schubert H Takeir it a meeting of the HOMESTEADT

READ THE WANT-ADS After luncheon, the tubdlrtrlc, Woman' Auxiliary of Homestead .,*, Thersaays,
I The valentine motif wa use Presbyterian Church Feb. 11 at Saturdays
II the home of M... A. F. Arthur. .
I 8VKFRISB BIRTHDAY" PARTY Other taking part on the program rHONE SM
1 REVAi SPARKS were Mr*. J. M. Holferty, r"WPANTADS
GIVEN MIS
I and Mn E J- Norman. )
II A surprise birthday party we I \t
I bualD_ session, Mn. I
given for Mill Revs Spark, pre.. After a PAY
home-nude Cake
Arthur served
Free Ilethodl.tChurch
i tor of Florida City
by friend and member
et the church Monday evening at i\} r(
I the panoimg The honor goes
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.. with other gifts and card
Miami guests were Mr andy Immediate

i. T9 MOTNERS-TO-IE. Mr.,*. and Angel Mr Cherry Thoe.and Flake family Ind'amn Delivery'i\\

,, Mrs Beatrice Russell, I
Mill Mary Ballew, Ml* Mildred '
Carleton Mitt Imogene Duke end on
Evelyn and Robert Moore. Other
present were Mr .uU Mr*. Walter .
Reese, Mr. and Mn. Jimei.

Green, .Mr*. Elisabeth: Brooks, WestinghouseREFRIGERATORS I
Mrs Lonnie Creeclr and family,

Monthly Mr*. Inn Odum, Mr. Alva Hew I
comer, Mr Kathryn Flaher, Mrs'
I 1 Carrie Freeman, Mrs Goo. Pro-
MAGAZINE 'gbn Miss Mary Walker, Min.

I Dally Wetmore, Mia FannU
t Yet yoa can haws FREE Reese, MIN Tenle Paterson

suisdmrrioN t. "lakyTalk Laurent Odum, Curtis Goodlni
,* natioatlly Insane and : and Archie ConnelL

loved magarin\ *, devoted to I -
. mothers Mid baUet... fun'of STRUM FAMILY TO HAVE 7 Cu. Ft. 9 Cu. Fte
.r Wpfyl pre-Ntlladvlcun."teaw I WEEK-END MEVWION HERE

fonvittiMi for ycwfl inothwi' I A fkmlly. reunkrr will be beU I

r wUtrartlclei reifum anoTplclurM at the horn of N.. and Mr tEl. - 9 Cu. Ft. with Freezer
y.'"beneHi ken and : Byrum this week- when A I
I I their children will' be at, bona I
" -Ioy.
except Homer who U serving will I

'T; MCHI. yew rW &4>iorlptin, .wghhr for Miami the army In Germany.
Lt and' Mrs. Bank Byrum oiparrli r '
" Diaper Sarvie.NOW w,'sec..ttetwhM you raped your I Win; S. C.. and tier A :

baby Then M oollaefioaYcull Neetv your copy every sons, Bruce milJeb, arrived lul\- ..;. -- .' .
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month until yew baby. b her*.la**; iSouU you. J" Mliml day Mrs l'ohrtlfatdr, the- former r Immediate Delivery. Also
1"1. I. '
and her babjdaughter 4
Mill Betty Byrem
Mom Seryle; your rm SubterfpMon win confirm .
Swan, will arrive tomorrow .
from their hone In Clew-. ; .) '
Regref.TT.dert Remember." .TA.re't N. Obff.ntloa/ talon, and Mia Ruth' Byramtnehman !"t-

Jet fW eel the DM pea below aad 'anall IeOl1llAffil at Jobs B. Stetson TJat-
verity, will sped the week-end WESTINGHOUSE RANGES
i Aft it home.: Joe, Jr., and .Albert
auks their horn- horn

pER Joe, who has been In I east
; since an automobile aocldent before -
1\ Chrlatmai I II now able to SERVEL GAS REFRIGERATORS
SERVICE .M'crutchei,
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lUISIOIARV Of MIAMI LAUNDRY I
,
MRS. A. IXOME4IIBSIONS 1Mr1SF DIRECTS

: - ---1: 1I PROGRAM ROPER GAS RANGES

Miami Diaper Service I! Mr. A. D. Smith directed a

I P,0. Box.6027 Station Miami gt-lts program on home missions at themeeting I
of Circle Two ef the W.
Miami; FloridaPLEASE M. i, of Fiat Baptist Church oa
I PUT MY NAME OM YOUR "BABY TAUTMAOAZZM r Fib. 12 at the borne ef Mrs V. CKrley.
FREE t.1BSCRIPTION.r." Others taking part were
Mrs Howard' L Johimm, *.
NAME > ... ,._ I I R. E. Edward and Mrs Kerley.
{ Please frat > Gas-Oil
( ) tin. R. J Keen conducted the Products.IBc.

I devotional and Mr W. E. Mew
ADDRESS... , .
t, (Street and No.) I LaM presided. Three vkltert.
I Mr*. R. C. XerUr Mrs, Mlnai Of Florida
Austin and Mist Items, and
) .(City} (Tonal (State) l I eleven members were preeeat.Mr VIC COOK: --....., Mkr.Flatter .

MY BABY IS EXPECTED, Smith invited the circle at lessee Three 4..

.," .... ._. _. . I ,,is TOtlJCIftlbc.ott. Bag. i.
t- _ _ _ _ _ The hostess* served cake and
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., H THE LEADER.ENTERPKISE.: FrMayi February 2ft

.v FESTIVAL' Ratings Are Still Open In
JODI'BOLENDER llth FRUIT
LUMMUS AIDES Mrs. Jimmy Brothers;; Homestead Guard Unit
Needs Blood af BankDonations daati-Wifl b4Miai to eds Skill (OImt'IIWcI from Page Cme)
COMING TO HELP'ON 14 UW .._ .* Helen Sefcro K4Mneetead.Erodes. Ratings are still open In the
of blood are bales der, 104.090 ** *; and MIN JulU of toe pageant are Homestead unit of the National
solicited for Mn Jimmy Brothers Ann (Whoopee) La* "Evwftodes Brflet", "Everglade
will
which be activated
TAX RETURNS who his been a patient In James Mite Bolaniar, daughter it Mrs. Indians". "Ponce de Lear and the Ouard
Archer Smith Hospital since being Ford Rltter of SUvfT Palm dr, Spanish Ib""""" ", "Pirates' Mar !' as Company D of the llltftInfantry.
critically burned several was sponsored by the Radiant Landing Party", 'Dr. Perr'...'.. '
1lepi, "lies of J N Lummus Dade weeks "0. Donors are asked by District Lions Club in the qUMII'1COIIlert KxperHienl", "Perrlne Massacre",, resent officers art Captain
C'Mini'i' tux Ksnesmr, will be at Mr. Brothers to go t> Jackson She II trained in dancing "Seminole Villi' ,!", "In the Nlnet Raymond Voss and Lt. Adolph
the Homestead city! hall at tfuloik Memoral: Hospital at 1750 N. W. music and modeling, and li miJw.ng 'II". "Everglades Railroad". LOpex. Billy Cave It first sergeant
this an..mxn t) receive I Ttnth ave. Miami and it specify : ; now in education at th e "Kational Parks", "Rjyal Palm There are 40 men In the
mill tax return that the blood be credited to Mrs University of Miami Gradual: State Park", "Fight for the Everglades" company v hteh mutt be built up '
Taxpayers are reminded by irotherf account last June at the age of 16 from "Dedication of the !Otis to full strength of about 110 mm
Mr Lummus that It I II necessaryto Redland High School she, was National Park" and "A Vision of within the next three year If
file only one homestead e.- Arrant DeWeese Held rurncr-up: In the carnival queer the Future", I I Homestead li to keep the unit.
empllon application between Jan.I contest, and a member of the May Mrs Herman Heinleln and Waiter -I The company: meets .t S o'clock
1 and Apr. 1 with the county For Injuries to Green Queen's retinue She representedthe Weiss will be nsrrakjrs: for.Wednesday evenings .t the Chamjber -
ii' '("''if v h", will certify the exemption Tlibxlora Arrant: and Jamey school as an attendant to the I the pageant i of Commerce bulldlrg.
to the affected municipality Von DtWees both of Homestead Sweetheart of Mint Shrine: In Special days of the feettvtlweek I The unit will leave July 4 for
after It has been, allowed. I were arrested Monday by Deputy) UK at the annual benefit game v,111 be Lions Internal!jnal Ii I two-week training period at
9 I Personal property returns and Sheriff R. W. Howden on chargesof 10 July of last year she was day, Tuesday; Federation of Fort Jackson S. C.
: special exemption applicationssuch besting John Green SuiTtiay; graduated with top honors from Women's Clubs day, Thursday;;
\ as widows', veterans'' and night st Redland camp where the' the Miami School of Modeling. and Rotary International day, Jack Levy Helps Form
disability exemptions mutt be' victim lives. Green Is under treat Miss Bolender began tap toe Friday. On these days the local Key West Youth Group
filed with the city as weU as the ment at Dade County Hospital dancing at the age of three and organizations will be hosts at the

county. for serious head Injuries later.made several appearance festival to visiting members from Jack: Levy, delegate from the
with the Pep Golden shows In Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables Gateway Subdlitrlct to the recent
Arrant Is to have confessed
reported
e To Give Help In Making to besting Green but De- Indiana. At six she was playing Hialeah and other south : Cleveland Methodist Youth Fellowship
the drum with the junior high Florida cities. and
Income Tax ReportsAdvice I Conference five
Weese claims to have bad no partIn
school band at NoblesvllK Ind.. The v.eek of festivities will Miami delegate presented a
the attack. Both were held for
and assistance In pre at seven she was drum majorette close Saturday night with the 1 "Cleveland program" at the Stone
Investigation.
paring income tax returns will be for the h'gh! school band and at Everglades grand ball to which Church In Key Weft Sunday afternoon
' given without charge by a deputy I nine she was violinist with the the public Is Invited. I and organized a fellowship
collector of Intemall.lYWlu.al Two Scouts Pass Tests I Junior high school orchestra. She The Everglades Nstonal Park I griup. Jack showed picture.slides
the city hull from B:30 a.m, to 5p 1 To Win Merit BadgesTom moved here three years ago from booth will feature a large which M had taken at the con
i ,m. today. Hapevllle. CJs., where she had nated map of the park and mUmJ"j ference.
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Any person hose total 1947 In- White of Homestead Boy 'served as secretary of the fresh graphs of park animal and
cams was 1500 or more must filea Scout Troop 25 and Fred Mowry, man high school: class and as life taken by Dan Meeker,.
return with the collector of Internal ' Jr., of Princeton Troop 68 pas. revenue for the district on the tests for merit badges in citizenship band. the chamber of commerce. I'
or before liar 14. and bookbinding at a Miss Motel, 18-year-old daughter Dade County Park department
The taxpayers must use either court of review held Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dletel under the direction of
a withholding statement received 'night In Florida City. Members of Naranja rd., is specializing In HeinleIn Is preparing 1r
from Ms employer or Form 1940, of Troop V served as hosts. Boy commercial art at Miami Technical I the grounds a Herman..
1 which may be obtained at the local R. Schowalter, court chairman ; High School: She formerly planted 'with tropical
office. presided. attended Redland High School
post sp'ces'! that are grown In the department's -
: I The awards will be presentedat where last year she was queen experimental park
court of honor at which She I
a Ray of the annual carnival
Methodist Layman's Day war Homestead, and the South
Benson will preside Mar. 1 at also represented the Redland
Sunday at First Church Princeton. The public Is Invited. District Chamber of Commerce asa Dade Garden Club Is working on
an Indoor exhibit of
tropical MINI ArTU 12.- .
1 candidate for Tangerine QueenIn
Laynan'i Day will be markedat flowers and ornamental plants. ,
LENTEN SERMONS TOLD contest held In Winter
First Methodist Church of_ a feature of the exhilbtlon hall AUTO FACTORY
During the Easter season, Dr. Haven. A native of New York,
Homestead.. by special services will be a huge "salad bowl", 20 Tx, Mod. Mtrlo n4
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J. L White acting pastor of First she lived In Miami from the time I tfIw
Sunday feet in diameter, In which' competing pN. NPawe.-M is eav so eve.
Baptist Church Is preaching on old till two
six months
she was fait tadd build a.dasereba
pUN we
Dr. Sidney H. Davies, pastor displays of fruits and vegetables
, the seven sayings of Christ on rears ago when her parents 1 a aa..pi.e am is our
will preach Sunday morning on from Princeton Oouldi
the 'cross. Sunday evening his moved to the Redland District *. W. km a.a.ehise H
The Radiance of the Cross", and I subject Will be This Day Thou 1 1I I Perrlne. Naranja) Florida City and ; earl*Mi tut Ifttit fM km farnmflitt
will Homestead will ........
Arthur Brandenburg reporton I i Shalt Be with Me in Paradise. ," be exhibited. Cash I nt tffttt
the MYT conference In Clove At the morning service he will prizes and ribbons will be awarded
Easiest Terms
},Jand, which he attended as a dtleigate -I speak on "The Handwriting on In various groups and classes I
the Wall." In the women's department the in Town!
J I Sunday evening Dr. D. O. Wol- various competitions Include H you happen to be a little short
,enbarger, lay leader will speak i baked goods, jellies, marmaladesand 01 ready casts ...'..... thrtvonyraulnttwlMir

{ion "What It Means h Be a Chris POLL-PARROTT relishes, canned goods, fancywork BUDGET PLAN-CASY TERMS
,tian", and Mrs. Ivan Moser will SHOES i knitting, embroidery and I ON AU AUTO REPAIRS. VMCM
direct the boys of the junior cho r handcrafts in metals, textiles and have any repair word .. .
Jin special selections for which for Boys sad Girls wood. "- . Tim .B< met m...
(Arthur Brandtburg will play the HOMESTEAD IIIBERDASIIERY In the poultry department competitive Owl you want, md Own tmtittefptytngterlldltleneNfm, .

:.accompaniment Laymen will be i! Across from City Hall premiums'will be offered:I you" can s.y us by vMkly ormootWybudo
r captains of the church pews for cocks hens pullets ducks, "lp vTn' nt Yourtndilliooodrwr
geese, pheasants and pigeons. *, Etilnvte.drive In tor
free Chock
e *w
There will also be a special exhibit

America for and Future 4-H-CJubs.Farmers of i I BIRDCHEVROLET

Redland MillworkHOMESTEAD Because of the new attractionsthis

. -spot year. "Echoes of the Ever
glades" and the street carnival CO.

FLORIDA amusements. Festival manager
Mont Baker hopes to top the '42

Window and Door Frames, Kitchen Cabinets, T a a recurrence, e f attendance record of 25,000 peo..l borne M Heeaestea Fla.
ple during the week.
) General Millwork I FERTILE and STERILE
day during monthly
Cn S. W. tnd Si and fib Ave. Opposite Seaboard Tracks menstrual cycles) of woman -

I PIIONI: III eta stow be under

food tad by accurately bymaa. predicted DUFFY'S UPHOLSTERINGAND

You can get a* autlioelUUvely .

written sued IK TRIM: SHOPWe
lustrated of tae
w. fell ere Rec.eweaiTUXEDO digest i
i & beat taedlctl knowledge :
Specialties to AUUPLASHO SEAT COVERS
FEEDS M the subject tad a Old iteration ReflnMied, Recovered and ResMdels4Exelaslve
RHYTHM RULE that Made-te=Order Chests and Footstools
THE rilDIRJ' SILENT PARTNER will determine data of ; I
your fertile tad aterlle PHONE: Homestead 252-J4


INTEIL'l/AnON.\l. IZKTIUZEKS .. FOR THIS EASILY ilN. I .

Quality Predicts Lowed Prices DERSTOOD DIGEST tt I
RHYTHM RULE. SEND
r BUSINESS PHONE 752 WE DELIVER $1.00 TO- i I

FIRE: OIL GAS .. KEROSENE ..; TIOLEM: OIL "

HE: ARE IN( TIll: IEDL.\. DS TO '\iElVE YOu. Nort"- LEON'SSINCLAIR

BIOGNOSI5 .

Redland Feed& SupplyN. FOUNDATION, r
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r.irb.lnla.Motte nMj.

II;. CORNER COCONUT PALM DR. sad ROBERTS >RO. CHICAOO S ILLINOIS SERVICE !

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.na paas.aa p..p.a'b.

Cor. South Krome Ave. and 4th St.

P. & F. GarageRepairing &.....................-........., LEON CHAMM4SS. Owlet '

: Dr. Leonard W.UuklDj I
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: w I Goodyear Tires Autolite BatteriesAccessories
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Acetylene
Welding a Painting esd awdre..tGLASSES

I' Body and Fender Work I -I and Small Auto Parts ,

GEORGE rrm a.d 'WALTER rtAZETKaW. :Itt N. a. M St, Mlaaal Fla.C..ebe.e I Expert LubricationI
Air Md "'.aac
ta< SW ,M-Woek West ."Qsilck'rreea ...... Its : nOd' 1-1111' ]

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Friday February 20 1948. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven

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"' LEGAL NOTICES .. a tona of out ...... Mtaibtn' [ FOR SALE-Electric reffgcrstar i
......... treat tto association for !1 I $ ,__ .f the
aoM a raM 1
hoticE or AFrMCATiow FOR Wrartan. BcaaMw Mall to I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING : E. Kings Highway (p1uJ' I
fttSDrkaata spoa taNara to oair tie .
mr -.AH. .i nu M Ml fortk M i. 5...: '
HELP \VANTED-M: s
Fit A HIM .It v. TW eel.tba ...U I I .
NOTICE IS MFSMT GIVEN .. -= lie a hiss It tttU 1> advance. lie a U.. I
|. A, Oren he""" 11 Vt ........ .EARN WNIIR' TM RARNI I 11Rr
IH.nl Mooch Tn C."YkwON... ......... RafWMMt she mild kr *.<. I p to M.MOJM la I ,
4M.d Ik. ": A D I ... rap ... Ito otortor M flit CARDS OF THANKSWe Home and IB A. on N. Krome .'. .a > inu ll| to :r.i""Hi :
? kaa mod am"disA any offlot, Ort of of Ito CtroaH Cowl ta dM. 'U.- i' M> nM* that .5 to *>)hot 4 a'rtaton i
ave., planted 'voc
nl.d lkom far a Iii deal t Florida. tkJt tn kto toorU I Km want i.. I
. : Aatf Oontflralr VII. ..... Inkxzjs with ti think our friends: 000 cash or I1SB99 terms.isacre toira to ... aM). art a..Mnt4 y.i .-. '
.. td.ll so tus.ad : >*r* OM as AMottm Cldn .... ,.
MM follo iiI tmmto'i y "rwdwkm
test. v tivoekdo .
Ik Oontr' of Dade itato of : .s.pud et : for the many k ,,-,-, shown uila bearing grmtfor ,iftooMd UrntM.nl taw ..M u
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-*- .. VIII TW >OVmlM Ufr>Ml. our recent bereavement I1S.OOO. good looatron j MM* r..ot +*, with Ito UnHtd *l.ut
'o- NCU rf MWV 0f BK>, ... affairs ... Ik* orJorJakaja [I W Fora
; M. T50.4Sacre
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Mn. Frank Hathaway i 71 by ISO It ; rr...
tRYU i1I; T. ilinV S$ KMk 1 feact nniilRaili rh* 1 you mu" be ...._ the _
.l.ln t ARM i nee olarlloa art Family, tract with avocadoi. 9t d ., brad M't ...' naaMTHH, _tall,
ront no" or I
f li Kut the City .1 r Worth Mwml BOM chartar, ...- Met and grapefruit, |tt,900Terms. J. ... ........11t .t. and .... ............ I..
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County erf ....... but* of rtorht.rty. Moabar Boa'1 : l '?." : PM a* MaailnaKoii
no ..aa.r.Mi 1 .. un Btl.. 1 Cemetery' & Mtuaolf' I i 11'.i 'w.u; tkotoof
Ae.I 4 -tiYMtla la the now Three buaiiHW sites In downtown TIlt MM A
't; 'IIO. tdwN....,isle O'N.II.,. dsR Ie ..... ..Rival }J<.*n yr,MltaMl Woodlawn Parkp CemMery1'U60 Nneteed .' ,'d use ". / \;

='.wf....to?.:::Fi:rroaiHf U.. MeVut....... ]I" .rJ; (. Tlw aHMM at Uw! 'Hv f'ttorI.780t W. Bill U. M'kml I Den]. Warren Jlorris1 I II '1 1,1t

.1 the Court How *x>r on the ahall ... minV, RI. or I till 5. Krome Ave. Fltolkb 111 .
, ,.. '1.. 't ? 1 "J !. u-Umila >"u of t5. A wide selection of cemetowy lob I
m ,010 I PO Box 49, Horneeleai,
which 11th, Sib .1" ., A"I I ,I"", I......... ..I mud ANte piLvef! available from, -Fla. LUST
.I Do.t'd ,hie illh' Ink of I. .. .., K > n Mthnl rnmual tt '
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It.I I.HX"H'USH.Ntt ; r Ulll'ty I. vltMl It "> > large unsaid cemetery arrfio 'Key Largo Water Front _
l"rr ('j'rolt r 1'iN il -'. C vntr '' AND NO. IW DOLLARS Wi" In funift Point not( Tiverrv and "n
...D C TERRKTT, D i/I.( '. .aid;,crypt and Moline% ... IA"1140 ft. b.100 ft.good spotted beagle hound. Answers.
Clmll Catty SoiliFob. I' : ? 'a.- rpeaonable.Ifrni. to "Rook". Rcwird. Cootie Roberta -
slo Out head. I water. lOrd beach
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>. tT liar FOR RENT
S I It
at II........... Dade 000"y. Ph 665-H (pltn I
I Warren Morris

r NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR (Jim. .' I ROOM In private home-47 wk 138 S. Knme Av*. Phefhe\ 181PO. MISCKLLANKOUSWASHING : #

Chapter tlBl riKED*-AtU of 111 .- "..._UHW ,Marker...... T7 N.W. 7th St (taotf) Box 468 Homestead, Flo.pmU. -... -. .

: HOTtCR II vile HKIKBV A HIM GIVEN PMMII" U .Mcurt........ I R., RMir Klrby I FOR-RENT-IS acres glad land ( ) MACHINE SERVICE-:

0 A. Malwlm' bolder of County "VIMT Cook noa on Krome ave between Silver, INCOME PROPERTIES llirnestrkd Mum It Appllirtte
.r CtrtlfloK Mo. Iftte, k.urd the tld . Jta Share Palm rnd Coconut Palm drives.Phone Co, 28 N. Krome Ave Phone 1049.
of Jonr A P.. IHI. has filed saw la In UOOI lle.d, on U S- No. 1-
,
,iy dfit, a ed ku mo*. Application fnr i room 1M 0.1111h I Homestead at 247. (d26tf) (J230)Will
Tb- R. Royal rental exceeds fS.OOO
tat Oot u o* Maud that,.. old per year
".' ' '''..... ,onoraiM Uw Mlowln.. o>. .1101.1011..... Job"Waller. W.Wells MI..II I II FOR RENT-ROOMS, hot bath Only $90.000-with 29% dawn and do ",.Inl. altering and lnit
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1 Florfoa.pronorty lo IR>wlll Ih.I Coast f Doit, SlaU ....... I.. "'N w'lh tub and ihowrr Sam JDavla terms on balance! lDn-ho) ranking. Mrs. Q. N.

". lot II bM.belle at a nt le..rt N '" 'I : FtORmA vvoraIB. Tuner ''armllte'Pd. P(1151INJ-3.: 11It,, m-IId,1! on'V' !: Ntr, 1rvnta.1 Plttt, 187 S: W. lit it (pftO
UK Cur *f .. Lot roa NWly at I month,
exceeds I200.pt>
(d191t))
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antis 4Mft to a ni a W line I i
MM Ix* Tn Not:'y II.Ifl more me 01'. DADE IM nndndnd anhorit.. Priced at 25OOo-W.th. 28-% down I file Iowa and do carpenter work. ...

IM FOB Tn Hlork a a Him. BloewtM NorM Park or ......... ._.*. DAM I. .MEEKER FOR RENT lUlf-bag cement and terms on bslancelTograt Call 8128 between T .. m and I

t a ......... Plot Boon I. Fan lot.. I.i" : WAY bring dnly tad MONT.ant" I aVnoM K'i| mixer. Grlggi, Roberti rd, between -II ; court site 100' frontageon P. II11.. B. Eaitm, prncctoin.|
the of 1>o4e. .....
Conner State of
and Plummer drives.p127)
The aaMOommt ., .... oroporlv ....kl"r.I : : they ar them.of, t5. .nbwrlkna.1 Bauer U. S. No. l-cloie In abut (pmS
.. the. wM .......,....* ana la Uw ..... _
1 w. F MrKlwo. ... INC and that th .,d.l) 17 ..00.I I RADIO Homntte.d
t"VnlM.....: MM wrlUlral.n.ll, o. = Uw aMd.tloll la rukllr amrlr| WHIRL-PLATE MOWERS for Millie & Appliance Co. Phone -.
l5' ) law. the v tv .. .. ".. been tmrtntd for the' I Princeton usineM property on
a''tll"r Glade
* rent It Grove Supply
Mt '/ stdi to tntUii..ort I Ir ..? 119. 28 N. Krome Ave. JJJ-tf)
of Uw Court: Rote ta-f o* Uw available the aoorlallaa miiti Onotaro.la rain* ..*,. l. Co. Homesfad, Phone 208 (oStf)I U. S. No. 1-an equipped store
Monday In the mooch of April ) .", and that It to I.t...... Ml II I fyt $15.000 with terms.
wroth ,. the kh day of Anvil' |f4l. I and th ._ sod I IP YOU HAVE: anything: to tell
lo carry y Partially built CBS home on corner -
FOR SALE
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Baud this I7IS f P.hair .
i day '" ..... forth U need
sty or
B. B, I I alto 200 x 139 ft. st 1 lets than you anything visit
BIGNBIMe
n: L.iA: ( r. the ,. .
We
CXrrk Carroll. C. 1 KlraT f..llTI 1936 Packard pickup. $ 9909>>, coit-only $2.000 Swap shop. buy m t.rents
C I "
PIe "anl .. Awl; In
R. cond tlun
I .j 4.N.. 0. STERRETT. D. Mont I. rfarr scan 1936 Pontiac Coupe 29903>>, Frame home on 3 spires 1 mile good itovat
i tt Mar I. la.> I and tulwrlWd krfnr. nw I 1930 Ford Tudor from Princeton Reduced to Ice boxes, etc The Swap 51 p,
CtrruH Conrl Rnl ... .....
d.. nf Io.u. A. D. (new engine) 39900 $5.BOO. tt.g'.er. Ave. Homelead Pltune
"11"111. DECK
I'nhll. State of Florida. 1940 Chev pickup 49900; Choice U. S. No. I business iltes. 457. CJ24-tfI
The aiiliMrrWr. to IW them,, of ........ Nonmbortt
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and
RFDI AND DISTRICT' tRUIT' AND 1942 Fordm Cargo 49900 $10 oer front foot ( liP) LET US SUPPLY .
I'M >our londarap.Ing
FTAVLE FAIR, INC. torch Ift.G. I : : gM.v 194J Plymouth Fordor, I RICHARD FUCHS
Mr. ii.tn.tlon of avprarlnt were one ... 11. 10 FA. I. II M. 1940 i ;: I Radio 799.00 noedi. Large stock o( Imp.leal .
IM totn r-f UH Circuit Chart -- (Local Mgr fir E L. Cotton and ornamental 1 plants at
County, f'k_. W t,M P. M., M ,... 1942 Ford Club Coupe 89900OAt'TIER ,
kry N. Illl..lo _h. ... "tloa for i I Rg Broker) special price Helnlcln Nursery
... o< old enaltrr r.'llowln. MOTOR SALES 125 S. Flagler Ave. Homestead Coconut Palm Dr. and Comp rl
e. the. jhrtr tail. tba "pbor of I Wlllyi-OverlanjJ KaiserFraserhomestead
..,.... .lio'-.I, Phone 448 Rd. Phone 443-J-I. (c
ARTICLE I. Tfca ..... .f this ....... MARKOWITZ FU.
Ikm hall MR POLAND DISTRICT $4 100 buys modem home with: 1bedroom
r AND VKtKfAULE, FAIR. INC. >nd Dixie Ilw.,. Miami,USED EASY WASHER-(30. Not '-Jiving room 12 ft. x
krlaclp. orifc aliall W Ne.ted.la : INCOME TAXHEADQUARTERS
much to lack at but work well
-.t. Dad Tomtr. '10""'". 17 ft. Poultry building; and fruit,
ARTICLE II. The Mnnl. mature of and will give plenty of aervlce Ion Half mile South of
? klorU to b* ..,rid on, .......... I of Markawlls A Rranlckj I Homestead Music tt ApplianceCo. trees on ;1 W. ('. MORTON-.Operating
.Gouldi office. old Dlx'e High.)
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fl rnaulr>t4 sea Moaa.all.kodl oy In Bmlneaa hi Miami i ECONOMY TAX SERVICE;
orrxntlol hall t* fir tn. purpt.e I U. B Illchwar N. 1 'jI Phone 149 f20) way. See or write owner. Oeo.1 N
101 E lit Ave, Homestead
ondvnlim ar eawtatlnc oubMc fain ,
amilUoo for the Wnoflt and -" U Jesse Road j I ;Montague, P. 0. Box 8S8, Gould
i; wnt of ta* axrlMllural, kortlalt I II 2% H P. LAUSON gasoline engine i ". Hrarlack mid other. nooorooi .< I ova SHOW ROOMS Donald C. Gaby, Phone 599- I 1 INDIVIDUAL. PAR1NER.
County 4 UM RtiHaa, DUtrki .....
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of the Mat* of Stands W-S, Homestead Fla pf20) NEW QUONSET HUT U' X CORPORATION
ARTICLE III The onral ..,... of Merchandise In Our I I Has 12' x 10'3" illdng' door FARMERS REPORTS A

Mhf aware at this Mrporalloa dial a* .reho... and Verde walk-In door, S windows. Excellent SPECIALTY
FARM MULE and equipment
and ?blka or |
t ==. forM-.rl and dm., :; I I reaiwable.: Ph. 595W for storage farm machinery garage,: BOOKS KEPT FOR
very SMALLMERCHANTS
of the. avrlcultirml. ...".....'.....1, 11... I Immediate delivery anywherela
"left.
Mail onr raM urol of Dad County Markowitz, Inc. |I Ii (pf 20)>>
\ the 11..11... Ubtrirt of Uad County county. $895. Ph. 472J. (pttO : Office hours I a. m. to
the ..... of FkYtda. and ... ....! i Plumbing. Contractor '- --- :
.n renal llw ...o clolloa ky tk.Lt.. IJ.FuJ! FOR SALE-cheap, love birds, all 1-'SOMETHING NEW-Beautifully: midnight
ta. State, itf Ffarlrla.' Ilwy,-Miami co'on. 2308 Eureka Drive '
ARTICLE IV Frrotna of pool .. I| wrapped box of candy and
..._...... raiUlfW' la DUo County F. 41-CTtl t."" Amvet City, IH ml. wet of Peters. al combination Homestead flor-I 1 I WE SPECIALIZE in wedding-and
aaklbIM Inurort
lids d wAs km .a (p(27)
... and Gift Shop 122 N. W .
,Hricultar. *. kortlcultar llrantork . nest quality porraiu.' f 1'1/-
... olkrr roHvrcoo of Pow County. ---- at 2nd Ave. Ph 53 J9tf)
... shall .. qualified la krronw _.. FURNISHED HOUSE:, tot.SO 4C I ler FotOlhop. JJltt)
.f thU oookl>_. and ak.lli ka .... -
s .oJwIty of the board ADS PA ISO ft; largrfrult trees; $2500. WHY PAY RENT? For $1.000 WE DO reliable l watch .repairing.
: i DlraetMa .t sir -..- Newt... Box 928 Homestead Fla. (pf 27) down and $25 p.,month we can Woods Jewelry McCrory Ar.

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build you a beautiful 2-bedroom cade. (mt)
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IF you're ready to buy that new home on your own lit Cathedral

Crosier call 118-W. builders of steel and
Corporation SEE ALEX LANIER for well

Grove-Care taking FRAMES made to order large concrete hornet, Redlcnii District drllllni Corner Krome rve

selection. Fluglcr .Fotochpp.3OOD News Building, Homestead FlaJ30H inij NF. 10th at Phone 53o-W.
1 Complete! Grove ( ) .
automobile radio. 193 WB DO commercial. art w k.riaglrr .

'f EquipmentJENNER Dodge sedan, good running ASPHALT TILE can give'perma.1) Fotothop. (13'U| |:
vent beauty and dumb
wndltlon. Ph- J57-W (n28lf
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I almost any floor. Nothing. 4s bet)WATER PUMP 'SERVICE All

ter far covering those Untidy con- j makes. Phone 14(, Hom t.ad .
1 .. i iI crate fta ra.' For free estimate and Music & Appliance Co. 28 N.

I I ipertlon of folor samples call Krome ,,'e. jlftf)

fry Us When You Need 5 :S-W or write P. O. Box 181 ----- .- .- a .
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A Haircut of NEW ROOFS AND

J( ROOF" REPAIRSRoll

Shave BUDDED CITRUS, roofing gravel shingles, ,

J llalrent __-.._ll.M AVOCADOS and tile and metal roots initailni.
AnotherTrafficRight Guaranteed workmanship by fl>
Shave .. . _..___ Me MANGOSSeeking
ceased and Iniured rocfen.
Shampoo MedleatedV _" I." orders MW for ssrlagUattac FREE ESTIMAITS.Guaranty
Body *.
; F.elalratla _'__ '_ T5eMasMce
OrumenUk .f all kinds.CALKINS' Roofing Co.
-a. BUILT IN HOMESTEAD (baal l ) tie

*; Ready for Your Inspection Ombmitlon Facial ,,_,,_ TtaTenle Sunny: Grove Phone 257HOMEPTSAD

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AU-ctatl, rabllo Utility Mtlnteuaee Work Balm 1111 fat our Mustache Trim ._ le 1'4Ast:1T I

t HI Wait .! rbrkis City WE MAKE photoiUtle eop.it.
) Shampoo (FUU_ *S.
serritctng FkrkU and ether _let.
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:'f shop are sw PHONE as I Flagltr rotoihop. lUll ;

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" .1 Certified Welding& N dwe Ship SemeeKMU :::" BarberShop ==atlW Mb toy = WANTED\ Vegetable-Ouavai MkL., South Dixie Fruit Kromem. *

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LETTUCE ._....?..___.._-*....._*.......2 heads 29c, t j

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For Your Salads--Florida White Spinach .............................,...........?,_" .......:...-.'-..... .... 29c i
Green Peas ........... .. ::. i.. .................................. 33rM ,
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1948 Fruit Festival Edition THE L11AD! n.ENTERPnISE Section C-P&ge One




!1 Homestead Bayfront Park, in the Making, Heads





I I ; Array of Recreation and Botanic Spots in Redlands



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unusual product ot the s .il. -
A ttt balhinf beach and pie- 'tot only trope fruit but also
I as afit $ aes5 exotic spices from the fr plods
tire-boat basin will be at H me-
t *f the world** prose they cen
stead's front door with the completion be grown In this climate and

ot I, OO-lIeft! HomesteadBayfront aoU. "

Park, fronting ODe and Picturesque grouping of lowering -
one-half miles on .Biscsy Bay trees are planted at St'I1'II.nol. -
his miles east 61 Homestead j park a 3MiHcr county protest -
fretting the et side of the
The original plans provide for
I Federal Highway at Avocado dr.
, a boat basin Ibm sheltered bath 00 MW I K ht./ Eighteen acre of th* tract hare
i Ins atolls, sheltered dock for N t been set to young mahogany trees

pleasure boat, pfcnlc grounds, to crest one of Urn dlrtrlct't M-
tare show place, a Oared of
for various and
areas sports am

j pie parking .,ace. 11IIN I1 mahogany.Natur In its original wild

Given to the county In 1838 b> state, can be en at the Sarr
James SotUle, president ot LoathDade V It 01v, rs, Bauer Drive' Hanunock, locally
Farms, Jnc, UM tract was known as TUnl Hammock, en
j tinder development by the county Bauer dr. near the M Krom ave
'i until converted Into a trash boat Intersection Only trolls have been
t ,baM for Homestead Army All cut through the wild Hasnmuek
:Weld during the war Thirty which to thickly forested with
thousand cubic yards of lowbayhort Oaks and lyoaloma fees.
land had been Oiled, gradedand Three acre of landscaped pack
I planted, a harbor bad bam
may be seen .lfIIt l the t\fcn\ ..
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; dredged custodian's lodge '
and& Highway at M dell*.
buUt Win. JUdford, USN veteran, OouM I
The county park at *
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$ custodian.. a t.l-acr* recreation center with
f The two-ten Homestead imialetpal two asphalt tennis court, two
perk If the center ot a! shuffleboard court and a picnic
.. community recreation project shelter, with benches and Uiblee.Perrln .

complete with swimming pool and I .. .. .. -- . .. .. boast a five-acre landscaped -
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\i ball diamond. Heart of the park --- Above-Plan of the North park and communityrecreation
li a natural rock recreation.jheNter 1 ', It "" .. '.. .."" ".. ' Canal section: 'of Homestead teeter created by th*
wired with electricity fort Bayfront Park where develop county. One block et of the Federal
night use, and equipped with concrete k '"g, : ment U partially complete Highway the park base baseball -
tl picnic tables Winding ( (ff.:1: : .-:." : PERRINE Sketch shows proposed circular diamond, two asphalt tennis
I walks, bordered with more than swimming lagoon surroundedby court, a community house .'ml a
,,, 200 royal palms, lead to other. PETERS, bathing beach To left of picnic shelter with outdoor ,,r ills
tables and benches and a large i 5'S y t"E ft 4. 4 lagoon Is open lawn and picnic and tables.

,1 rock barbecue grad More than, : grounds. with necessary park There Is also a tour-pcre WAYside -
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200 treea ()( 25 different varieties,I It : building and ample parking park at Perrin with a small
; provide shade, and comfortable: /, space. I fresh water pond which w.. converted -
show park *
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.walking Is provided by I cushion from an. undghtly rock
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District communlti pit
The tl-acr Redland Fruit and o land
jjBpIc* Park located at the intersection ., ..
of Redland rd. and Coconut i W Effects Obtained
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+ Tropic Landscape
PRINCETON
I Palm dr., la planted to tropical : .a
and subtropical fruits, spices In Yards Here Shown by SlidesColored I
nuts and plants of economic value HARANJA i'
i to this area. The park is not yet
open to the public, report Mrs. ARMY AIR slide of tropic beautyIn hers \'oted0 take advance of
Herman Helnleln custodian, and title Redland District yards were the opportunity and to adopt the
Visitors are asked to come for Information MOVEItOEstEAD shown by Harry Hannan Jr., In i president' sugiestlon that all
to Helnteln Nurseries, a table talk on the principle of other clubs of the district be Invited -
one-half mile west of the tract on landscape architecture at the to participate in the ""Hirae.U .
Coconut Palm dr. Begun in Mayof CAMP 61_ IVIWM South Dade Garden Club meeting was decided thai only one
1044 the park Is planned as Monday night In Sacred Heart meeting a month the evening
an experimental and informational a CA94A DR/VII clubhouse. meeting, will be held during July
service for home owners, The three areas In home land August and September
and as a botanical garden.As FLORIDA 'Ate s/vs seeping, the public area. th* out.' The Homestead Art Club will
described In "RamblingThrough CITY dx>r living room and the service meet with the garden dub ten the "
Dade County Parka", area were shown *t "their best, ', afternoon of Apr. 5, Mrs. Heln
the tract will be I "Unique out. fifthloned from royal polnclana loin aid, for I program on flow
\ door show room for Dade County's tree In full bloom, banana plants'' er arrangement.
a* a skyline, palms, cajeput tree, Mr. and Mrs Frank StMmtm
plan for the building without fruit tree, hug and Mrs. Preston B. Bird served
tl City Library Has Best of New Books charge and contributed much of settles, century plants,lnibt:; punch and cookies
.j the rock from blasting operations azalea, flame vine and the numerous -, Two door prizes wen aMitdmJ
; In Its 33,758-VoIume Collection foe his lime grove. other tropic plants avail _* young wampl two to Mrs.
We here. View of Mr* W. K Walton. and bug bouquet of
Wilton' home were used a* examples gladioli to Mr Oerda Freud
All the II best sellers of IU' |East Side, West Side", wa V F \V Names CommitteesFor of Ideal plantings in the E. J. Allen of Miami will speak 4fff
ire listed among the M7M boot Davenport! ; "Came a I'1 three areas. on roses and annuals at the club'
on the shelves of Lily Lawreoo France Parklngton Key**; *Th Building Post Home( On announcement by the presi- afternoon meeting on Mar, I and
Bow Library named in honor el, Was a Time", Taylor :; dent, Mrs. Herman Heinleln that Dr Geo. D. Ruehle will speak on
Its tireless promoter'and first Knock on Any Door", WiDard Committee for site, architectureand the garden club his the opportunity tropical and subtropical fruit
librarian the late Mrs. Bow. During Motley; and "The Wan*, of Jeri construction of the proposed to sponsor an all-day with commercial possibilities *t
the past year 74* new bookihere cho", Paul t WlUman. home ot Arrant-Smith Post, V r. course In parliamentary law mem- the evening meeting on hits IS
added first to the rental Among the new book an the W. were appointed recentlyby
Shelves where they were available library shelve are: "Ova the Commander Vernon W. Turner.
} at a charge et two cents a day, and Drear, by The W. Duncan; The Material, labor and finance com.naittew FISHING POPULAR SPORT HERE I
hen to the free opea shelve pours John Steinbeck The Tamarack will be named at the next ..
v Mrs. Fred Sober city librarian Tree Howard Bntalinl; meeting to lit lander way comtrue-
ta In charge at the motarn coral 1 "Untwwruered", Well H Swanson, tion ot the building which will be
lock building at the comer of N. "Red Plush". Guy McCrane, "Mis used as a community house a*well
W. First ave. and Second *t Jill", Emily Hahn; "The Purple u a meeting place for the Veteran
Closed all day Sunday and WedMsday .la,1* a I K. Bates; "The Stainless of Foreign War*. Mr. Turner aald
the library is open from Steel Kimono", Elliot CPU Commit member are: site
130: to 10:30 a' m. and from 1 to The municipal library wa bom Preston .. Bird Edw. Well sad
I p. m. five days a week, and also In ISM when the Woman's Clubof rl. p. Rutherford: architecture,
from 6 to t p. m. on SaturdayWinter Homestead dedicated the or- Scot Skall. r. A. Ruff and J T.
visitors may obtain a card inlaation'i library ofISO books GodwIn, and construction, H P.
by paying $1 deposit and a charge. |t* the city. Therei* city library Rutherford, V L. Harris } U
ef ten cents for the card budget, but there were surplus Simmons, O D. Cash and O r
$ On the shelve, says Mrs. Suber fund Id the polio depart. trataon. r.
are the IS beat seller of 1847::: runt so the resourceful city council The new home will be built on
'The Vixens", by Frank Yerby;; deputized Mrs, Bow as police the W K. First av*. site donated
a"Genuemen'a Agreement," Laura officer so that she could draw a to the post by the city if the trad
ttobsoo; The Miracle of the salary The library which had; is large enough Lack of sufficient\
Bells. Russell Janney, "Lydli bet) moved from the club buildIng -, fund:,to build the post home ,
Bailey, Kenneth Roberts.: Thi [ U N. Krone iv*. and Second srlglnaUy planned will necessitate
Honeyman", Thai, a. Certain;; *.., grew under Mr*. Bow taft< Ganges io. UU plans C. J, Parmu
Th* House Divided", Ben Ames until It boasted 14.000 book in fie architect .
Williams; "Prince of Foxes", Sam. 1931 The catalog listed 10.000 Mont than M.OOO I* now la the
Mel SheUbarger; "Klngblaod toys, book when the new library was post building fund, and the post t FISHING In the waters of the nearby Florida Keys I II the nxwtpopular
atSinclair Lewis, The WaywardBus" I formally dedicated Dec 14. 1111 plan to permit people of the com I sport ef resident of the RedUnd District Photo show
I ,John Steinbeck; "Mrs.Mike",. after II month ot construction.' munity to contribute material,.)! he4 of JOO-pound Jewfish just brought to gaff by Ed Pan-ttl .j
I . '. I. of Homestead lit -one of the "creek I" 'north cf Kejf Lroi
Benedict. and. Nancy Freedman, ,j Architect C. J."PaJ'llar drew the- labor, or,csatj to'thproJjcV :
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Redl nd District's Many Churches 'Pull Together " "






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"All for one, and one tot all". Ing which was built during The history of St John Episcopal the Rev. F J. Lottlch The new pletlon of the midern church, j
might well be the slope of the, ministry of the late Dr J E. th'l Church Is linked with $35000 church, now under construction building and Sunday schoolplant:
II church here whose leader worktogether years In the unification In 1931 'I history pf Dr. Chas ) on N.E. First ave between on Coconut Palm dr., services will
stone and.dedicated Feb 27 111.1' Jackson 93-year-old roun Tenth Ind Eleventh its.. Includes continue to be held in the Sund.,I
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la Redland District First Methodist Church. at retired rector of the thUrdl.\\ also a parish hall and a school: annex ef the parsonage,
Ministerial Association, Next Sunday school: unit. It I* being The flev W. E. Rowell Is pastor

scheduled: event that the assoclatton I I0 built et steel-reinforced concrete of Silver Palm Church

will aponsor.U i union *rv- and will have a tile roof | One group of the original congregation

I. Ice on Good Friday. The Rev, John T, Bowen 1* at Silver Palm formed a .
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pastor of Homestead Church of Baptist church and erected a
Among the moat Imposing of the .. the Nazarene which was organized building on the southeast comer
district churches Ire the white of Silver Palm dr and Farm Life
avr here In 1927 by the Rev Howard
IJ 1 tropical-colonial first Baptist Eckel, a former missionary to rd. After a few year, this group
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Church of Homestead on N. Kromeav
merged with the Goulds BaptistChurch
Japan Later the original wooden
, at Third ft,. the HomesteadPretbyterlan The Rev Wayne Van
. tabernacle was replaced by the
Church on N. Krome preient modern brick. building Celderen has Just been called u
av.. and the Gothic Homestead of the Gould church
under the leadership of the Rev. pastor
Church of the Nazarene on w.
1 Mowry it I W. J. Parker The church was Princeton Methodist Church
, t dedicated In May, 193 by MrEckel sprang from a community congregatlon ..
New building are now under ..7 i iSjlver which met In loll In a.oreroom .:
r construction by St. John Episcopal
school house west
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Palm Methodist Churchhad
Church an liras First ...., and I '
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its rig1if In a group of worshippers of F K railway All denominations
Silver Palm Methodist Chard
by .who erected a log house worshipped together
r .a Coconut Pain dr. I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF HOMESTEAD }
meeting.place on 'Silver Palm dr., until 115 when J L. Murr.1 .
Tha first Methodist. Church of lit twpioneer.daya. LtII., 1.48."t tNiLeUag.'site, and, Drake Lumber
4iomeetM4 .*a. .. nwt-a mode Fret... and Pour st;bolds the Organized I by Dr, Jack.Km lherwIn I". *. .'.-.. .lay. Breaches, thecengMgaUo ; ape much.: ate thelaaterlils'tae <
:ant hurch .-.mt.-. W. Kotasne dfatinctka ave.,at nitfc art,and,the He*** the- md south branches of met in the school aMUtoriumtand. .' which was .toed .for jusf-tenth-the. presenj .bul d.
Stood Ouuxtmt Cod plans to je- Methodism split 5> the.Civil War. then In rise theatre V3b,lftmas"' 'church, .iol oJ-M camrmi4tybouae. ing Thischurch fit*.dejnollshedin
plan Its ban building N.W. The churcher merge-herete J92I Ewboul 30 lnt'1A1IO.t"- This building, at Silt* the 192 hurrteaner and : new
First ave. with one .t concrete in the present building which.WIU, ,flji\ etrvicewas tread Ml the free ''PlIII\'dr. and Newton id, is now]building w.=completed in' 1927
block And store, cooslrucUony formerly.the White Stone (North ent building in southeast nosed the .Wr'If Cunnyngham home At' present, the church ha* Z The First* Baptist Church ef Methodist) Church. The South stead Dr. Jackson retired Dee. The Silver Palm Church which member and tilt Sunday School
Homestead, organized in 1609 Methodist Church was organizedIn II, 1'31. but continue to make his replaced tt. "wa destroyed In i has 100 member, report the pastor
with six charter members, now 1911 by the Rev F, L. Clennen' home here The present rector is the 194S hurricane Until com- the Rev W E Rowell.
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W. O Home and Mrs. S. E. Livingston charter members. At that time
the late Mr and Mrs. T. the church was a part of a South Plan to Use
A. Campbell and the Rev. H H. Dade circuit with the parsonageat
Sturgis, circuit rider and founderof Silver Palm. The Sunday
the church, who had homesteaded School was organized In' 191t
southwest of town. Present pastor Is Dr. Sidney H.
Meetings were held In private Davies who has promoted the par JETCRETE CONSTRUCTION
homes and the first Homestead ticlpation of youth In the churchby
school: house, east of the FE.C. means of characterbuildingfilm
Railway until ISIS when a frame program and Christian education. STRONGER-MORE DURABLE-NON-fOROt'S
building! wa constructed on the MORE ECONOMICAL
present church site which had Homestead Presbyterian Church .. '
been donated by the Sullivan pastured by the Rev. Frank UClvery
.brother Mr* Livingston wife of was organized In 1926 by In Your Next Building, : ,
the present Homestead postmaster, the Rev. Daniel Iverton of Miami
i organized the first B.Y.PU, and with 80 member, u a result of a
,the late L. & Mowry pioneer for religious survey
2 whom Mowry, it Is named, superIntended I Frank A. Wldman, '\lPlrlnlend.n1
the first Sunday school of the Narenja Community Sun
Dr. M. M. Bales served as the first day School The Rev Albert E .I
full-time pastor The Woman's Wallace was first pastor and J
Missionary Society was organized M. H-oUerty' of Goulds was on*'
In IBIS with 37 members of the first elders of the little congregation -
The pastorlum on N.W. Third which met first In the
{ |t was completed in 192S largely Homestead grammar school audit,
through the generosity of BenJ. torlum and then In Legion Hall
i W Morris Homestead real estate The present building 'wss completed
,broker The late T A. Campbell, In 1934 with the Rev, Frederick
1 charter member and deacon, Volbeda as pastor, and was
turned the first shovelful of dirt dedicated by Dr. Jverson 1939, v
for the construction of the Sunday when he also installed the Rev rK
school room Just west of the Oeo. Ricks as minister The Woman
church A..J. Campbell, son ofT Auxiliary was organized In
A. Campbell and the late Ralph 1928 at. the home of the late Mr*.
t \ Huuelwhite broke the earth for U O Buggies and the PresbyterianMen "
the present 35.000 church build. Club was formed In 1930

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Botrytis Threatens Gladioli Crop, destroy policed regularly the, 'baMonod to ;remove spike?and m j I A' g leton-Field Corp. Uses,.Jetcretej" I

County Agent C. ft Stef fam .Warns cut-over lying Heidi on M the well soil as Cooperation si) plantparts Construction for New Bird :BuildingSiagletonvrftld

\ -iifwSrrtfn as- "tit' t.eaa :I on the.part of all growers In l rr r Ii w "11:
)/ h H. Sle s V .1.1 ayrya -,spa, ln( and 0)..the :an area trI holding down the : Corporation.l kinnelji sealed with Jetcreto".
.. reues \ )7lo fccil gladioli neiv"II1.6IIi c/niied by Curvulirla". fIbf-dtat.te. production, -111 !ct>mractorfl K the new 'work The DIJ fcD toot Bird build.
j well prove to be the matt .\10-1 at the of the present
growers Bgaliwrt the disease botry- first seen destroying sledUklus, stop ielng built by Bird Ing rear
tit. which threatens plantings here I leaves end blHeoms last summer measure controlling the now Chevrolet dlnpll yand repair
t at a result of the recent cool damp ft hoe been found that spraying blight' Chevrolet Cf are the only builder buildings being constructed of
I wcnthor Effectiveness of sprays 'the leaves and then the spike of "In view ef the probability that In thin section who have the cement blocks and steel with the
again t botrytis ii yet In doubt he I susceptible varieties with liquid botrytic infection of the bulbi may equipment for Jetcrete construction columns and stucco coat of Jet-
aye and the best way to curb 1 Dlthane DH (plus zinc sulfate and ,occur thht year, It la recommendedthat reports C. R. Singleton. The crete The building *ni"ao m.
the disease is to prevent the fungus,I lime) or with Parzate will preveat!;{ IM bulbs be dried or owed local corporation is associated modes s paint and body shop and
from developing th spore which I much of the Iou previously suffered rapidly after being dug. Keep them With Stran-Ste of Miami, a dlvl- provide space for wheel-balanc
arjs carried by the wind to spreadthe I by the growers because of, outfit the lain and give them artificial llon of the Great Lakes Steel ing brake drum turning and
plague Gladioli bulbs should I these dltessei TheN spray mixtures I I heat and' ventilation If potaible Corporation front-end work, W. R. Bird owner
he cured rapidly after being 4uIII+ made up according to the Plcardy bulbs cured at 100 Jetcrete employs old materials says.
so .si (lq prevent germination Of manufacturer4! directions must be.dessees T. in ostly i days when In anew way, Mr. Singleton
the disease, he said.A I applied every week or oftnter I the air wit changed vigorously points out Cement and sand in They're Dale

state bullletln. on the disease "It It not known how effective i I'Theae quick-cured bulbi had much one host and water in a. parallel ''No, nol"said the mother hastily,
states: I these sprays will be against the !lest tustrHim tot then those cured host are conveyed to t Joint not- ai the bride started to cover her
"The cut-flower 1I'Owert' lre.t1 1 botrytis d'-... It Ii not felt that I Iin well-ventilaM shed at ordinary tie where they are mixed a fraction pantry shelves with newspapers.
application ef fungicide will temperatures. The quick cure of a second before being
est loss loan botrytisome* ..fromHiaased any Leftover wallpaper brown
< floret Unfortunately this 1 help enough, )controlling the did not eppeat to affect the subsequent forcibly shot onto \he'buildingsurfsce'ar paper .begs, U you ItheaayMlrtgbut :
.dlisata hsa.net been easily 1 blossom phase of the dlae... The growth la addition to rapid! onto forms-for columns.std Wwapaperal" *
t I natar after .to.'CO trenIDl botrytb curing, thin bulb should be stored Theiast-abinula'addtb.aaast
trailed la the past tile upe COO'I th.., weter trashes tfsr t 'f rttr, WByr demanded the bride*- .
should be put in pTeveaCing U t' t 're1e velr"7 atmosphere,
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.atathdg is oaepentiog with .. ..waa4. .kaew ,
several Important I fungus- from-'producing spares, lI\UCh'driet the feasnd i nrmeatt* ..... ... drterrsUtaatte JTJo you erybedy
la at the ; OowerMroduPlng width blow around and become our cold storage. houses."Growerr ,areai of pre tetU"statetn to dev ;Mtsd ut tne-floreU ak'ther begin Itre.9'6W tom U. l...... ts ,said 4o ....throe-Hors lain". Inquired the. experienced '

Wmioite carrying = thenewer to show eoler These, sports are I disease specimen* for UenUf atlw4e M strong espoused concrete. housewife-Ks;.

organic funglcldet may belt tat I found by the miWotte. tlissma, the-111redeatoa Uboratory' Testa have provedJeterete
controlltni botitJll t.ectitm. Other itemeanle.ve 'l'be7-U- Carr should be..lake to tend .U fireproof and waterpreof. MrSingtetM We know our poem} era awfully. .
,test are being carried out ak 'phivegetable to. be formed on plant partsebkh parts of the plant that might be .aald.It la ,use*. for dumb .
e, laboratory at are broken'oil sad lying on needed In- 'WeoWflcettai end lining West. furnaces, and men. But our cleaning makes up for it_
.crops
Bradenton ,the .solL It is therefor recommended to np'lD such 't way.that the orators," end for water tanks .and then tome) -'
that the plantingsbe'material will arrive ......". reservoirs and dams The Hollsnd Trade Winds Dry Cleanen. (Adv)'
"JVe hope,,that these sprayingtests ,
will give u> more Information t t.
on.the 'control of two other troublesome -
disease as well at that,
caused by botrytis. These are (1)
the Stomphyltum leaf spot that I .
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CURING FIDO OFPURSUING CARS j Alpine Grove Dairy



"How tan :;-dog be trained; j

rot to chamtutomoblletT" ii one ,
of the most trequently-aiked '
questions of the Gaines Dog Research i .
Center, New York City, One of Redland District'sLargest
these days, what with the extraordinarily '
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Wraffio oa our highways' : :and streets I .Enterprises Io, ,. '. . (
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:them because of their dangerous "
;habit of pursuing passing motor
vehiclei. I .

Mart of driven wrecking will da their everythingshort can to ; ' With Year-Around of Month
void hitting a dog states the w.: : :. Payroll '$35,000. a .

Center, but in heavy fist-moving . .
trafflc a driver viually .cant >l .. : '. .
swerve out of the way of a dog .
that leapt voddeoly from the j
roadside The-teMt tee daMger- .t. .: '.' ..._ ;;" .. : ; . ;:
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used for breaking it The Center . . _-- _ .. ::. /

'auggdtt penvadlaw two VU from..tai..Method*.....ibisOne for j , . 1.1 . . 'j .

aulrliUI. paatlaset : : . : .
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ttea toward,.1rhJa-the wu.ear the tbe whip 4 g.muat charger beuaed I .... ".-.- .. ..a. i EveryrJa3rwy will!_ remember that the health_of the community:1: i . ;, : . '\ . .....

! with full fore on him and .'. " :
he must be shouted In v is in our hands. ,
an angry j .
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voice to "Go homer It the whip ". **\ ..... .
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the same procedure should I relax for know that the coming -
be followed, but instead of a We, will never our vigilance we
whip, the trainer 0-6 1 %, 11,1. Ar
use powerful '
I squirt fun loaded wttlri mild solution . generation is dependent upon oJr, products to build strong bones. 1'
of ammonia and water. .' '
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squirt goo la well
.t aimed, the lesson ii usually
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II asmNiwd..daew't.work'.taeether : sick::And well, old and.young, all -we
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eourte, is U cause the dog to as*I '. .. _ ,..... .. .... . a never-failing. source supply, . . . .
eclate an unpleasant experience .. .' ..' '
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:car astonishment, to which at It habit:'d\an lute utter*I :" ...aea-r. . '"'Andbeea.usewe have fully cceptedthese responsibilities'we .. :... . .. .. .-
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"a&An .. will go home at night feeling thittwe have earned a place Among. .. . I

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too tteep. The ditches not deep
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if Avocado and" 'Persian! Lime Commercially l ImportantIn t' .r :';






t- Agricultural- Economy... of TroPIc. Redland District \ ;


Discovered by the Spaniard budwoad In Miami To Dr. J. J. J ;

In South America Mexico and L. Phillip goes the credit of 1t

t. the Welt Indies, the avocado, a pioneering the tint commercial. ,
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I planting here at hU 11'0min.
Commercially Important fruit of ,
aged by J. R. Byrum on W.
tl'O R,diand DIMrict.-has a name Avocado dr. In 1(27, Dr. .
\ Of Aztec erigln.' had U acres of PhU1iP'1 .
: : Valencia orange top <
;" Dr. Henry Perrlni Importedavocado
the Persian m The first
tree from Mexico in I 1I
crate sold on the commercial 1J I
), 1883 for hli land grant where market bought but IT cent ai
Pcrrlne now stands, anc} settlers the public believed that the Umea N I Ft
began to crow the fruit U the like lemons, were ripe only when .t t NtV 8
yellow. Later Dr. Phillips pro.
early IBOO'l. First commercial
mated and successfully add the ,
Itf Wl" plantings to the district eaere I lime under the name of Byrum'i
1 nude br the late Wpl. K. WaK Seedless limea. IJ

ton a.f the JOO-acr Walton Avocado The Key Hmel, amall thin- J C
Nurseries'on N. Redland rd. skinned Jute fruit which grows
t' More than on* hundred and I wild on tilt Florida Keys, have I ,
bee known to the world
fifty varieties of the avocado ever ,
have been propertied In Dade 'since the days of the Spaniard, ,
County at varjraia times, but onlyrt .Sailing vessels, sometimes called ,
"rlnier', made a practice of put.
I f' w have .ttalilPd lasting pop.ul.'iity. t Jt t
ting In for the fruit to supplement -\ +
The Waldin, the Booth t
I t, the Lulu and the Taylor are -': diets. aa a pre-j i' t
I widely planted for the ventive of I I
t clot market The ". remmel''I'I t
t Booth S treet are \' t
prolific bearers of good-flavored
fruit weighing from a pound' to f
21 ounces each. The Lulu and 46 t+ ,
.; like Taylor trees grow rapidly v
and are heavy bearera of flavor II
some although somewhat amallerfruit. i a' ; 3
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Itadland Durtrlct. by the late 1I 1I
I}irney A. Waldin who got the

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i Or. f.P. Archer Jr.,of Miami and .. '
llomeitead was elected treasurer I 1
I of the Southeast Florida Optome- I f
4c( Association at a meeting held ;
f recently! In El Commodoro Hotel I
lii Miami. Dr. Mason W. Pace of J
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,, Miami was made prealdent; Dr.
Sidney Norman .f Fort Lauderdale I
vlce-pretideni; and Dr. NtleiMortn II I
1 of Miami was Keloctedaocictary ,

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PULCHRITUDINOUS- patriotic. These Redltnd District girls served M emergency I
Honor in Baby Contest
fruit plck.'ln' pictures for the chamber of commerce. '
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pouklai Lee Brown, IOn of Mr. 1
!, and Mr*. Chai. Brown of Miami, '" ;
wa adjudged the molt beautiful
baby boy of less than U months .
ol age at the eleventh annual
t Ail-American prize .baby contest The PAPAYA- which i;; comes :
I of the Junior Order of United to maturity In 'a Matter of I
American Mechanic held Batur- months from the time pf Acreage ListingsWanted j.
day in Miami. planting-If Crown here both
t Oouglaa Lee la a grandson VMr. aa a commercial crop for the 0
and Mra. Curtis E. Lee of Miami market and I"'a yard t
Ciouldi. Hl mother li the former fruit I

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35,000 South Dade Acres Plantedto Winter VegetablesDade I




County agriculture employs stead section and the first carloadwas and BOO bushels an acre have been lug one or more of outstanding $8174 in 1(45-411 A freeze caused
10,000 persons and has an shipped to market on the new reported. Cost ot the all-out fight commercial yield and quality receipts to drop to IUCB849S8
estimated annual payroll of $1-I TIC. railroad. UechsnUaUeti against the blight la estimated at J, Abney Cox of Cqulda. son of in 1948-47 ;
states of cultivation was begun In 1(17 about $35 an acre this season andcost H. L. Cox who pioneered la the Tomatoes are the big money
Chas.H.
County
200,000, Agent by the introduction. of tractors. of producing packing and
local Industry, Is chairman of the crop at the market which also
SteffanU! The most Important commercial! loading, at about $325.The potato division of the Florida handles diversified vegetables suchas
: There are approximately 13.500 varieties grown here are the Qro.. season Is late this year as Growers Association, former beans, squash, cauliflower, cucumbers -
acres set to winter vegetables then Globe Rutgers, Stokeedale heavy rains delayed completionof Florida Vegetable Committee. eggplant, peas and ,
which have an estimated total and Pritchard. Sowed In seedbeds, the normal November plantings For the feminine market, the peppe .
valuatipn of $9859739. Tomatoesand the young plants are re-set on the till early In January. potato division emphasizes thata Members el the tnaflet ad"... .. .,
miscellaneous truck crops: glades, by: November. The peak I The Red Bliss is the ,popular medium-cite potato |It not fattening orT committee who worked with
account for 13,000 acres each, movement Is"in February and the 'commercial potato now, but at but! that it supplies. 100 County Agent Chaa H SUtfanl' (
valued at $,111,315 for the. to., season Is virtually over In May Subtropical Experiment Station calories m Vitamin C, iron calcium to obtain and establish the market
; tnatoet and. 1.00,000 for the Setting out of the pineland some 20 strains Of seemingly and other minerals. The here 'were County Commissioner
truck crops. Six thousand acres of crops begins in late August or: blight renuui pcUtor tire under potato leads the list of the world Preston B. Blrt, Wm. Mussel-
potatoes are valued at $3,153,864, early September, end the picking test with the hope ot develop- I five major food crop. white, J. F, Bohrer, M, E. Sever,
and 3.00'Icrtl of beam at $I- is at Its peak in December T Paul Haley Otto Bemecker, J.
D. Redd and 1.. R. Becker.Sin .
112500 Ceulds rotate Capital
market nucleus included an office
An estimated $1350000 Is Invested Another naturalized South FARM MARKETSALES and sales platform and a car-load- i
In fruit and vegetable American Is the white potato Ing platform. The site Just northeast Jones salted In a plumber
packing houses, and $278000 In which within the past two years TOTAL of Florid City, has 1,050 feet to fix an upstairs faucet and at he .
farm machinery and other agricultural has developed Into a flOOO-acre of frontage on the Federal Highway and his wife were coming downstairs t
machinery Industry of which Goulds Is the and a like amount of the they met the plumber comIng -
After the first carload of tomatoes local metropolla. FIVE MILLION FEC railway A 50 by 225 foot up. Bill said: \
was shipped out of Homestead Harvesting of the crop began packing house will be completed Before I go downstairs I would \
In 1907, the tomato Industrywas early this mdhth with bladed within two weeks on the railroad like to acquaint you with ha cause ti
, the leading Industry, How machines that dig two rows simultaneously More than five million dollars frontage, and machinery is now of the trouble"
ever the discovery tjat the addition paN the potatoesover worth of local fruits and vegetables being Installed by Frank Basso, The plumber politely removed t
.J of man.anewould permit elevators to sift out dirt, and have been cold at Florida operator. Other market additions hit hat and murmered: ,
the growing of diversified vegetables deposit them on the top of the City State Farmers Market since are a new tales platform"with 22 "Pleased to meet you ma'am.'* tClewiston
here has resulted In the rows to be picked up by field it was opened In late January of stalls, a lavatory building, an Mews. t
development of a 4,000-acre pota..j crews. At the packing house, the 1940, reports Manager C. S. Phillips auction block, an addition the .. }
t to winter deal and a flourishingtruck potatoes are washed, dried and The peak season was 1945- car-loading platform and a railroad Get that "'Now Look from the f
crop industry carefully graded by hand for 48 when the receipts were more siding.Market ..
tame old< skirt;
than two million dollars.Built
sales as reported by
.j Jfallhesd rust and other plant quaUl1marketinl. by WPA. labor In 139, Manager Phillips were! $123,85179 Well lengthen and face it, then ':
diseases, constant bane of the to- Prices this season, have .averaged '
mato farmer, threatened the Industry about $3 a bushel, and growers on 20 acres of land donated by In 1941-4: (30120113 for 1942: watch them filch '
with extinction until re* are anticipating an average Wm. Sottile, president of South 43: $49255741 in 1943-44, $868. Trade Winds Dry Cleaners, (Adv.) % "
slstant strains ware developed yield of from 250 to 275 bushels an Dade Farms, Inc, the first $53,900 4264) In 1944-49; and $2174. 1 9ti

Latest and most serious menace acre. Phenomenal crops of 400 I
" a astatls.rWe
Is late blight which unaccountably : -
. twitched from potatoes to
. tomatoes this season.. Subtropical -, POLE BEAN VIES 'j I
Experiment Station tests
4 promise a reasonable control of 'I
the plague by a rigid spray program WITH BUSH BEANFORFAVORHERE
with 'a solution of dithane, Extend a Hearty
tine and lime.Despite .
adversities, tomatoes !
.1' amounted for the bulk of the more
than two million dollars Worth of Pole beans are beginning to I
' sales reported for tht 1945-43 set- compete In popularity with the!
at the Florida City State bush beans traditionally planted
Market. hub of the bust here for market. Some BOO acres .
1101I industry Cold weather cut of lie pole beans were plantedon
figure In halt for 1946-47, the glades this season, reports
.1 sad depredations of the blight County Agent Chat II.
1 threaten to reduce the crop to ten J W. /ohnstone accounted \\We.lcome
v per cent of normal this season, acres in plantings Sterfanl'j
':;. farmers say.Discovered. Homestead, and August
by the Spaniards In ter It growing some 30 to 90 acres ,
South America, the tomato takes In the glades east ot Princeton, !
\, It* name from the Aztec 'zitom- Get H Cooper of Princeton, also,I
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ate Distrusted by the early col- It growing pole beans
oalals for Its kinship with the The farmer can count on about I -- .
deadly nightshade, the tomato has 250 bushels to the acre and an
.,.r. been accepted .by polite societyfar average price of $3.110 a bushel,
only about 100 years introduced the growers say Yields up to 400 I
' to South Dade in 1899 by bushels have been reported with
plantings at Cutler by the late I returns ranging from $7 downward I t.
Robert Douthit and S. P. Peters to $3 according to
,r the first smell crops, were taped The white MeCasUa beam .Qua1UT'1 -j .I'-I 'tC1 f 'Jr. ""' 'l I : :. / .
vated with mule and hoe and I ing better adapted to local climate : ', TO ; >(.t(1
shipped by boat. In 1907, 40 aq4 soil ao dlllan.. despiteIts
some < .
acres were planted in the H_.I atucepUbilitr to rust.. It ;l1ft'tt-wf; w!h iT, KH *vlVisitors f ()d
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Homnrtvad Army Air Field. ports to cost 13446.00.. TIll -federal *
now, owned and operated by Dad agency will provide f"'I3.000
('''unty if Included In a national while the state and city portion
a rport construction and Improve- will put up fSlit000
l', re of It,048,811O,000 In the next with the federal airport act
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lI I. ELEGANCE AND DIGNITY together with absolute dependability again feature '
1918 Pontiacs Show Improvements' the,pew Pontiact for 194$. pictured! ia the Streamliner edan.coupe. For U48
Pontlec'e Torpedo and Streamliner aerie may be had either in deluxe or I.
In Looks and Mechanical Features
: atandard model. and all offer Hydra.roatic traniraiailone at optional equipment.

1 Potttlac for 104S often the following I Front and rear fenders now have
{ model,. with six cylinder(smooth uninterrupted surfaces back>> are trimmed la ,two-tone Pontiac Jiaf nude other mecl Al- t ette rubber compound, has been
transferring emphasis from the 'addition lithe leia at > ..'
pattern cloth of green-gray'mts- cal Improvements In V baa4prisa.iaalattaaGtsa:
i M h. p. or eight cylinder 103 b. p. tender U> the car Itaelf. ture. Ltiatitou gray,, Jurd-JlnUh twenty-.evenwhich ha vert.... thU-purpoae! :," ._11 aT reisUtla .
engine*, in Deluxe and Standard ', ... .,., . .
I A ont-lnch wide chrome crease panels are used to -trim- the kick their appearance) on Dt.
aerie, and! with hydra-matte moulding all model except itaUon pad and this material I* also vied l Pontiac*. 1j ..Sltut4'12T .Pant--has used< .
I transmission\ '.*". Option) equipment : and eonvertlble adds a* front and rear cushion piping j "Bubbef raincoats" have ;been robber ""I.b' \Insulate
: lenfth. and brilliance to the" .fideHew 'The to-toned steering wheel designed "for Pontiac ipark plat >rvM'
1'cwptlo..rIeI (Standard): l ui>- .. blend with the Interior color'land have proved sb P'1tiletl"'jI!- Modieen.:Jfiter, Pontla.. eiujfcteere .i
two-door sedan doa 'There are new dual aeroaphoretypa scheme and 4ia grip dimples along nesting that 'engIo.a.ao4" equlppeeVinlning .Ns4siagr r/ds4s.-hb s.Moha.tagtab
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.tall lamp*.with vertlble, ledan-coupe, iport coupe, rime, and sew three-bead he upper edge of the twin.spoke*..) under a dinet-etreemofUr these pasta by mouldingcoarsely
business coupe. Torpedo Series silver streak moulding on the rear, Iteerlng column steering column from a garden hoae. Mould jvevencord fabric.; Jnte
(Deluxe) four door sedan,iedan-, deck,, racket, g ar- hlft lever and band ed rubber eltows. fitsnugly over the outside, autf *eo( each pM. :
coupe and convertible.Streamliner Front and rear compartment rake are in harmonizing brown. the end of plug wires,. thoroughly Acting. aa; a. reinforceanen", this
series (Standard or are smartly furnished with the Control knob are Ivory colored sealing the connections. against fabricprevents the rubber from 1
Deluxe) tour door sedan, sedan- Instrument panel In quarter-tawed plastlo.\ dirt and moliturev squeezing! put of shape and lea
coupe and station wagon mahogany finish a* U the windshield Deluxe model have ( tpear- Ignition coils are oil filled and frequent tightening of the spring i
The radiator grille of the Torpedo and window moulding Instrument shaped chrome moulding thigh hermetically seated, extending: coil clip U neceuary
( and Streamliner Standard J cluster on the left la bal- height on front fender, polished life significantly by excluding all On six cylinder Pontlac the
has been redesigned to lower and anced by a clock panel on the stainless steel rear tender, tone air from.the center of the colt to'cooling capacity! of the radiator I
broaden the approach-patternl I]right end midway between them guard, and polished chrome plated later condense -and cause disintegration core his been increased
High-lighting the front li a newly 1* the radio( speaker grille wheel disc of wire Insulation Color available Include black, .
dealgnrd'Indian head hood ornament -, Son gray fabric anot,with bin I In addition to hydra-malic'drive, High tension Ignition cable now mariner blue Parma wine, Belgian )
In chrome and traniclucent! Is used for headlining and door the advantage of which are now are neoprene Jacketed to prevent gray, France Ivory Rio nd, Genesiee -
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. "fiiilnnmmmmrnmmmmmm( ( a.4'Misj Catharine Smith third., Ewen, Miss Betty Combs and Mid Jungle Monkeys\ Frolic in New Pool
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Mlaa Florence Spurr leas mar- Edith Glenn.. ;

ried'.tobH1Ewtnof3omeistead . ." 10M'':*. Jack irnkl"of Mount J Itlire Colobus Monkey Added to Colony I
10 Years Ago! Dora, tile former Min Alleen Bryant
"Grace Hobson celebrated her I* visiting her unclellld aunt t/t"1
birthday anniversarywith al Mr. and Mrs. A O. Cain.. ." A walled swimming pool has I 11* Rock of Gibraltar, but these
tie ........ as d ........ P,rtjU.." i -Ml** Catherine Smith Miss been built at Monkey Jungle on I were brought ever when young
=.. ... w r w ....r Miss Eloise Bradley entertainedat Marian Doney John Graves and Halnlln dr, and picture' of the a* CI mascots, Mr DuMond say*.
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... -.e t...... ,.soar s... I party : Campbell ape grow*
14. IMS, ..* m..w* 0... If. lau Burton. Mill Anita Smith, Miss,college dance at Coral Cable the water may now be taken grows vicious and for this reason
W".d IW A"a. IS-IN MM*. .ril. tak.MM !fIDe, Boyer, Miss Bernice Me-Coliseum." by visitors without any Intervening the soldier owner were toted to
wire. The monkey are prevented dispose of then
from leaving the pool by Mr and Mrs. Dumond started
ItlIIiIIIIPiiIIIIIIIIiIiU !'flU' IIIIIIIIIII I New 1948 Chevrolet Trucks Feature eaves overhanging on the Inside the Jungle in 1833 with about
't ,'I of the walls,say Jos.X.DuMonc, eight Java1 monkeys. The first
"Grapefruit b selling *t from 2 Devices to Increase Driving Ease owner and operator of the Jungle, babies were born In ItSS, and nnw
JHW to SUO f. o. b. shipping' where "visitors are caged, and there are probably about tort hundred
,/points, and oranges, at fSSO to' the monkey run wild. There I* monkey running wild In that
Detroit, Ffb. 20 Two mechanical less also a new kiddie slid on which Jungle.
$.M on the tree, reports E. A.' 'mesh promise reduced wear !
Carter secretary.treasurer of Red. devices which contribute Importantly !lout tIme and lower maintenancecosts. tile monkeys play. ,
land Cltrui Growers Association to driving, ease are . To-the driver the transmission The jungle la believed to have 8* She ||a*
T16rlda fruits, Florida flowers,i scions features disclosed on new means reduced driving strain the' only West African Colobus Mother and little Emily 'were e ,
Florida candles won to Florida the' IMS Chevrolet trucks. easier shifts and quicker acceleration monkey In The United State. Mr. talking about the new baby
hearts of torn 300 builders who I They arc the .slewing column In emergencies"The DuMond. says. A delicate creature Baby's name I* Joseph, like
formed Tuesday motorcade to I gearshift. standard equipment onall steering column gearshift! la which rarely (urvlve* captivity, daddy," mother told her. "Yrur
the Bedland District from Miami models equipped with three- standard on all models with payload the monkey was brought to Mr. sister Helen' name i* like Auntie
. where the Bullden': Exchange Ula speed transmission and a four- up to 1,100 pounds Combined DuMond by Warren Buck who HtUns. You are named aferGrandma
national convention . .* speed synchro-mesh transmissionon with 1 newly designed foot- shared his cabin with it rather .* .
I heavy-duty truck Both are operated parking brake. the 'Innovation than risk Its traveling the hold '"What said Emily In astonbh.irtrnt .
"Volunteer city( chief chose firsts In the truck Industry and make possible a cab floor with the other animals. The monkey "Has Grandma got a name4"Ex.
t W R. Crow fire Sam Mo- clear lives largely on a leafy.diet. .
hlghspot improvements that assure of obttructlona. This 1* a -
,.Klnstry,assistant thief C, I Craw'kaeereUrytreaskirertfeaJur ,, and eats four heads cj lettuce
'' greater comfprt, safety and reliability safety a* well. a* a comfort factor .
," ft :P. Engine powering the 1148 daily It wa from thl variety M Raising a Thirst
Aprinceteptain. t. k Announcement of the new aeries Chevrolet trucks have been appreciably monkey that the Mice-populaf "Some men thirst after famsome .)*,
"FoUr men two automobile* and b y J. VF Burke, manager of the improved Engine bearing monkey fur wu obtained. after love and some alter
'.'MO slicks of -."lak., wer*'tap- Chevrolet truck deptrment, folw life, to Illustrate, has been more A. pair of Gibraltar apes ortaU.I. ineney"I ,"
>tired. 'Tuesday brlMeraJ" mnVSrorkHitTVufrWWaAtngtwi truck }ean in tlMP t mpall1'. hls- heavier and moss rigid Main bearIngs attractions at the Jungle. Expor (thirst after"
.. .TTfT roMWtlon -'. -Domestlirtruck'sMes la '1tf7 are new and preclskm-buUt tation' of the aipe I* ustomarH? "What that"
> 'planer and''a Tlwt W run '.published Anew Chevrolet'peak Still another aid to prohibited from North Africa and "'-S lted almonds."-g: .
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I,inters 1ft patroning-l. territory while production of S3Uf4 units servicing I*'a new VIIIY" stem
'"from 'mhoath . ." was:date to the previous all-time engineer have added Increased ft your "blessed ev nt" Uhounebroke ."
"A ;frnotyrcade of aster Build ]record. seal.While the new four-speed syn safety margins *o that performance yet
'-fn It expected.to bring between The new\ ..rielli the first since chro-mesh trusmisslon draw top i wlU meet exacting standards Bring your dress to us; don't let
:200 and aDO vlalton from'all over the company's advance design billing, other part of the chassis even under the most adverse conditions tile spot set
the country to the Redland. District models pioneered In the low-price 1 benefit by refinements. Particularly;! 'rrd Wind Dry Cleaner Adv..)
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"[)oft :Ferreyr and' J T: Vann that have'wtmt universal .cda ,
went fishing at Matecumbe and Blanketing the light, medium and
brought back I2S pounds of Span- letvy-duty truck categories, the
lab mackerel. line> contains iOT models on eight

"Foy Jfobb broke till right leg different heelbases.
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'truck field the three speed syn Tickets Sale Now
I when their truck collided with j',chro-mesh transmission has been
the Hupmobilt driven by . ,i synonomous with .operating efficiency
Cain at Mowry at and E. "he told'Because
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"Miss Owen Miner won' first):vantage, the four-speed synchro-
glace 'In the Homestead High I:mesh will find an equally enthusiastic
School popularity contest . MiiiKohlon i reception In the" bevydutytruck A. M. TO 5 P. U
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