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: January 21, 1949
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 )
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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: VID00644
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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38th Year No..3 !may HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, ifelDAY, JANUARY 21, 1949 Prieo 6 Cexiti

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I' )Delinquents Pay Why More and More

Invites Business Men $114.50 on License COUNCIL ACT Homes Are Building RIGHTOFWAY'COOPERATION

Fees for Year 1918 In Our South Dade .


Delinquent lleestse feee \totaling ,TORESllTI L IN N .a.0ttII__.sae_near__w .a ewu.raa"- TO DETERMINE IF OLD ROUTE

$114 51 were collected, tills
put week. City Clerk R. E. CtM uaa4./al) | ft*. )I..*
To Help Work Out License fcdwarda: reverted WeHneMsy.SU1I . Je5,13.$2 ol. 3003

ouUlanding are $1,17151 40 CBS HOUSESForty Jan. M .80 U SO.04 OR NEWONEIS'fOBEFOLLOIYED

i In 1141 licenses which will be Jan. 1$. 79 81 30.13

l..t t* the oily If Bet paid br Jan II .10 M 1014 001
Feb. 1.C.Ileetlat. Jan IT 62 61 J0.ll I
Fees for 1949 Monday Night el the delinquent CBS houses are slated Jan 16 ,82 61 $016 Greyhound Lines Begin An Immediate survey to determine

fees bas bees ,1ec1HI by Mayor to be built on 80 lot In Parvenu Jan .19 .81 89 10.18 Tours to 'Glades i'ark the possibility of wide.

T. E. Kirby who said that the No, 2 as a result ot the city coun Ming the 68-foot Mlaml-Florlda
bwJnest firm* will pay the delinquent cil's voting Monday night U One-day bu tour Into Everglades City section of U. S. I to become

'business and professional men license fee er be' haM lower the minimum area requirement VENUE CHANGEIS National Park are. being part of the 116-foot four-Ian*
DENIES 'Inte court.Veteran operated tour time I week by
COOPER
bf Homestead art Invited to work DIAL PHONES set up In the proposednew Florida Greyhound Lines, but the highway proposed by the federal

with the city council at an open Aid Available toning ordinance. The nearest point at which local residents and slate government, I* being
POLITICAL AIMS"I can join the tour I I. at asked of the state road depart.
to be held at t m. amendment, which affects only ASKED BY
meeting p. Hall
.
Monday at Legion
Mildred Sullivan the commission,
Blocks S, 6 and 7 In.the subdivision South Miami Miss ment by county
Monday to thresh out fair !license HERE BY'51IS local agent card yesterdaythat Commissioner Preston, B. Bird
not candidate for the O. L. Penton, assistant alat reduces the minimum
\ charges to be Incorporated In a am a every effort 1 II being m.d.0 said yesterday.
service officer, will I* at Legion arts. for each house from the
new ordinance now being drawn state legislature or any other feet In obtain permission for persons to Also requested ,are surplus gas
Hall from 1:SO to 4 40 Monday 1,482 square a* specified BLA1ENBECK .
Up political Job-paat., present or future PREDICTIONBy afternoon to assist veteran In the new ordinance, to 1,200 square join the tour at the noon lunch I. tax funds to finance the purchase

Issued by ," Gene H. Cooper local: filing claim for compensation or feet, with not more than' SOC top bareThe of the necessary rlghts-of-way.
The Invitation( was
tours will continue each Next ,e.r'* budget I I. expected:
grower, told the Leader with In other needs Aid la availablealso square feet to be In porch.* or
the council last Monday night Monday, Wednesday Friday and to appropriate the fund for the
emphasis yesterday veterans' widows, children port corner* An order from the Dad County
after a lively session In which mentioned Sunday through Easter Day on work of widening the road, he
Press report had The for the rexonlniwe
and request
1951 Homestead residents parent T. B-
I' Circuit Court stayed Mayor
nude by .
harp protest were representative Apr. 17.From. paid
candidate Homestead Attorney
Mr. Cooper as a possible presented by
,
be using did telephones
of business' houses may Kirby Monday from trying ArthurJ Miami southward to the "Co-operation of property own-
for the state legislatu! Vernon W, Turner on be-
for long distance Mr J. D
whose oteupatlon.ll1ce11.: char,- vacancy caused by the death even : !hjlf\ of the property Owner. Paula Blankenbeck: on Charge* of disorderly park the Itinerary Include Msthe- era In keeping sales price Of the
Abbott, of the Home
H 'Wo 1d' be vteeply Increased by I State Representative Rlshe manager of Southern, Bell GIRLS JO PLAY Crampton of Homestead and \ conduct: by resisting arrest, son Hammock: the federal plant noceMory: rlghU-of-way. In line'
s-trad office
the ; proposed ed ant'e.. \ I Ii ; IClevalandyp, .president of the disturbing\ the peace and destroy Introduction\ : itaUon at Chapman, will determine whether the new'
.ro ttatl! 'ffi >sfe it & TcVtpbon & TelegraptiContpanblftsMft / BALLfi7ufaFQR: ) 8at xtmt/t._' !r.sj.GItoJi'! '. rieuj. ,UM South Allapaltah farmsWUonrHomwtssT'iu !\ \1e ,
i I >>=. / .. 1 'JaitJ.th.,9t: t lhlonk'an'; "?tia'b tylak9. ides;'' >tbd. .r"-wa r !-' .d me..,. Jail Floria yaATrouted'Mr.\ b1"ti- '"

1 ing)wen the licenses"for: atWtnCYb .-i iI BLOOD ROUNDUP'SLATED I Monday Cluboi In BournDCoUnty SeminoleTrading Id '' Vaugh'a, who, Turner Mid, constructed besting on ".n. f. Dty. Tn* return trip U Through ', Bird laid. ;; '*)
set tt $50; autotnobll dealers " PostMobile MARCH 'OF DOlES << million dollars Worthof Issued by Judge Version W th* Redland grove section. Stop "Expanalon of the ... \

I ITS; garages, (25. plus 119' homes in West Virginia within Hawthorn, the writ WM an order are made alas at Monkey Jungle ami-Florid* City road ,. V
unit, few of which
tot each additional mechanic; TODAYA art now in use a In Miami also A basketball game for the the past year. for the mayor to show cause why andj$ Parrot Jungle will be forced eastward by the rB. ,
and ISO. Among track which parallel the
newspapers for a change of venue to C
will be In use here before long, March of Dime will be playedby "The old toning ordinance under peUUon
those protesting were Attorney the Dade County Court of Crimesshould road on the west It I* unthlnk-
I Vernon W. Turner, Auto Deslersnd blood round-up will be held she said.Mrs. Homestead and Redland girl which the city: Ie I operatinguntil not be granted. The petition VOLUME able to me that the new four-
of the TOMATO
adoption new one
t W R. Bird from 9 o'clock till noon today In Abbott based her prediction
Garage Operators Thus lane thoroughfare should by-pas
on Feb. 1, announce filed Monday morning by
said Mr. Turner "seta an $8.000
of the made
. I and H. H. Donovan, Oarageman the pale County Clinic on W. on survey' area B. Royal, area chairman of the for the subdivisionEstimated Blankenbeck: through his altos.ney the towns south of Miami, but
minimum
..L0 replenish South 1 by the compan, staff of expert
mEBLESA1FWlnIARKET
Mowry ALMOST
Jack and Publisher hlrh right-of-way price
Zimmerman local "When the war started there campaign Mr. Royal' con Tommy at present! building George L. Knight of Miami sky
Dade dangerously depleted
Polly Rosa Balfe. blood reserve, report Mrs. MarlonK. were ilO telephone In use here," I.I thi ,ear'' king of the costs of about $10 a square. foot 1 alleged that Blankenbeck: feared 'might force such re-location of
Turner said that Homestead Dade County March of Dimes minimum of 1,482&quart !that he would not receive I fair the road
she said. the number the proposed
1944
has raised the license tax for Bernecker: public health nurse. "By ; I clearance: have
'The :
t The girls' ball game will be feet would raise the coil trial In the mayors court: necessary
had doubled. In the tint
the Dade County postwaryear I
attorney 500 per cent In three Technicians from played on the Redland court aftera minimum to $14820, A national At a hearing at 10 a. m. Tuesday been obtained for construction1 of
four hundred
year*-from $10 In 1948 to $50 Blood Bank In Miami will be over phones preliminary tilt between Homestead building by the United at which the mayor and the fifteen thousand field boxes of the four-Ian highway from Slthst
Installed
there still
J for 101$. "The proposed fee Is in charge. were yet hand.were 1950 and RedlanU boy of Junior States Chamber survey of Commerce, In city of Homestead were represented tomatoes were auctioned off at northward to the Broward
109 application on By
t ,twice that charged lawyers by Donor are reminded to refrainfrom high school: age. which 85 cent of the tuun.try' by City Attorney Ira C. Florida City State Farmer Mirkt County line. Our present problem
the city of Miami and five times alcohol at least 24 hour the company expect 2200 telephones Collections for the March ol per revealed Haycock, disposition of Blanken' the tint three day Of the I II the traffic-clogged road south
chambers reported
f' the county license tax of $10,"' before contributing blood. They rlne. in the area south of Per- Dimes will begin Monday at the that*on a majority of construction: beck' petition wa taken under week at an average price of 769. of 66th (t. Each year this road 1 II
he said. are asked also to postpone break. High Price: was $1.10. The volume, converted Into k veritable deathtrap
Seminole Theatre and continue Hawthorne
Judge
JJd fast to limit It to black coffee, "Perrlne residents, though Listed Itemi, Homestead cost were approximately advisement by .
"k or the and traffic.Development
Bird warned against IlInl In the Miami directory, through the following Monday. second: highest In In the course of the hearing the almost three times that of by tourist farm
Continued Page Three) unbuttered toast and fruit Juice. may Mm period list week Is ateadilyi of Everglade National
I ( on
under the new rates, telephone Progress throughout the county the nation" Amendment of the judge suggested that It would be .
Homestead resident without loll was slow during the first few ordinance was recommended by proper for Blankenbeck to tile Increasing as picking begin in Park will loose an additional

Pioneers Tell of Early School Days charge. day of the campaign, accordingto Mayor T. E. Kirby.Cancellation before the mayor' court a suggestion new field every diy, say Mar- flood of traffic on the road
ketmaiter C S. Phillip already dangerously crowded beyond
III Dade chairmen Nell Hayes and : of city taxes for I that the mayor disqualify
At Dedication df Redland Shelter Jess Yarborough, but the two five )'elraVe' asked by Robert himself from hearing the case, Some quash was handled at capacity.1: *

IRAN SUBJECTOF chairmen said they have hopes O. Brown as an Inducement to and Attorney Knight said yesterday price ranging from $960 to $6.
of reaching the county goal of build four two-unit apartment that he was tiling such a motion A frly| good volume of bean
Reminiscence of early I Red- early teacher at Redland. Llstec $200,000 by the Urn the drive houses on N. Krome ave at a cost for hla.chent.Unaware passed' through the market Pole CITY DELIVERY

land District school: day delightedan among the first pupils wen MISSIONARY I ends on Jan. 30. of 42000. Mr Brown said that of the court order beans brought $4 a hamper and
audience of almost 400 at thidedication Charles and Marie Cox, Jesse, I Biggest special event of the the cement and steel two-bed staying Mayor Kirby from hear- string bean told for from $U5 CARRIER EXAM
Adolph Harvey, Sadie and MILdred March of Dimes is the annual room apartment, completely furnished (Continued on Page Two) to $U5.
Jan. 11 ot the recreation SPEAKER JAN. 31
Gossman; Josie, Eva .nd Night of stars, slated to take except for linen and silver
shelter of Redland School Maggie Hilliard; AI (A. W.) anc place Sunday In Miami's Bay would be rented for I max. SLATED JAN. 29The
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ti Human Interest stories traced the Carl Llndgren; and Lydia Claus, Iran and its complex problems I front Park auditorium. bourn of $55 a month and would Vigilance. Advised as More\ Blight

school history from the opening Edwin,and Hugo Vihlen. will be the subject of Mrs. James March of Dime contribution help ease the drastic shortage of Fields United State civil service:
t of the tint little log school house Mr, fletcher (Eva Milliard;) E. Sutton, wife of the acting director last year amounted to $120000 housing her*. No action: wa* Flares in Scattered Tomato regional director In Atlanta, ha
In 1901 .t Silver Palm, to the told of starting out on the two and of the YMCA In Jerusalem, In Dade County. Currently the taken. advised that the examination for

present imposing plant which one-half mile trek to school Ir who will speak for the Florida polio chapter here Is Indebted to Ralph Runnels, who has built New outcroppings: cf the dreaded ously In east glade tomato fields substitute clerk-carrier: : for the
makes up one of the largest rural stiffly starched calico, and. of having Chain of Missionary Assembliesat the National Foundation for light houses In the vicinity of N. late blight were reported this late In December, some three Homestead pat office will be
I schools: In the nation."Among to her hoes to wad Jan. $219000. at. and plan to construct
remove 730: Monday evening II E. 11th week later than its appearance held 'at Homestead High Schoolon
those recalling student the flooded glade Once bitten In the First Baptist Church of This money was pent during 12 more asked the council for week In field along the Florida lad year.Thi Saturday, Jan. 39.

memories of the early day were by a rattlesnake two miles from Homestead. 1948 In fighting Dade's second: assurance: that the railroad crossIng City canal and In the Highlands season, the disease seems Those who tiled application

Judge Stanley Mllledg of Miami home, she said he wa treated Sponsored by the Redland District worst epidemic In history. There will be constructed at the Intersection sections: report Dr. Robert A. to be building up more. lowly .t an early date whoa application
Mrs. Eva Fletcher: teacher In the by her mother who split open Ministerial Association Mrs were 64 case her last year : of the Florida last Conover, plant pathologist at and has not become: epidemic as have been approved by
elementary school: ; and A. W. toad and applied it to the wound Sutton II I laid to be an\ authorityon South Florida worst year was Coast end N. E. llth sb H* explained -, Subtropical Experiment station It did last year when It ravaged the commission: will receive admission -

Llndgren Other speakers were A "store bought" ball, purchased that part of the world. She 1946, when 146 cases wen that F. H. A. approval of Thi season's first sign of the local: tomato and potato fields," card from the regional

the been Rev.actively Harley Identified.Core who with has thehistory with 90 cent collected (Continued on Page Six) I treated i (Continued on Page Three) scourge were found slmultane-! Dr. Conover say. "However,! director: giving the time to reportfor

from the school: boys was used moist and cooler weather with the examination. These admission
of the school Win. Anderson
e : only for matched baseball games, heavy dew and accompanying: card must b*. presented

t" present who school donated site, the part Rev.of Robert the- and* home-made ball of twin Reservoir North of Trail at KromeTo ground fog can cause the blight to the examiner at the door of the

i B. Chapman, Jr.. of Hisleah covered with raccoon kin wit to run riot again Thorough and ixamlnation room.
used I for every-dsy play at the systematic spraying with dithane
Redland Mrs. Bar
'former pastor pioneer school, Al Lindgren recalled. solution\ and destruction: of old FRUIT GaOWERS TO MEET
I old E. Kendall, recent president Mr. Llndgren provoked seedbed and other spawning Florida Tropical Fruit Grower

of the shelter P. T. ,A.and and John"godmother"of P. Neafey. laughter by his description: of Help Redlands Water ControlW.ten place are. vitally necessary If the will hold I special: meeting at 6
the experience with his mule that plague I 11 to be kept under con- o'clock: Monday night In the Red.
P. T. A. president.
revealed that used I to balk at fording the glade (Continued on Page Three) land Khool auditorium
reminiscence
r the The present Redland School with and could be Induced to start only from the Everglade*; Tropical Fruit and Spice Park lake planned In the tet-up of S. o.olOllloaBu"e", called Into

1 .n enrollment of 790. is the result by pouring water In hi* ear, which In past periods of excessive garden center. [ the army engineer, Hoy pointed action: throughout Dad County Hospital Auxiliary Holds Election
Of the consolidation ot seven Mr. Core gave the Invocation rainfall have flowed through trevees are being constructed on out. The main conservation area several! years ago by the !Hanes () I

man schools-the Silver Palm Mr. Chapman served at master and over the Tamtam! Trail to the north side of the Trail now I will be created by pumping water lag encroachment: of salt water Today Luncheon Meeting\ Tuesday
hoot at the comer of Sliver of ceremonies and the Rev. PaulL. flood Redland District grove and Hoy said, separate and distinct: I Into dyked-cff marginal land from the bay a* Increasing drainage ;
I Palm dr. and Newton rd; the Manning of Sacred Heart farms, will under the federal water from the canal bank which forms south of the Vest Palm. Beach lowered the freak water table.
I' Redland school ., the comer ef Catholic Church pronounced th ebeeediction. control plan be Impounded Jn the roadbed of the Trail Western I Canal to take car. of the Davi- In 194S," laid Hoy. -a well at Tb J.mes Archer Smith Hospital Mr*. Austin Place. president of
'l\ Coconut Palm dr. and Redlandrd : The school: bane a dyked reservoir north ef the limit of thi reeervolr. or conservation Hlaleah-Opa-Locka: lowland In Coconut Palm Ar. and Rcdlsnd Auxiliary will meet In the Broward General Hospital Aux

.; tile Murray Mbool on N. played several selections.The : Krome road-Tamlaml Trail Juncture area, will be the western time of flood and to release water rd. location: of tbd garden center council room la the city hall In lllary In Fort lauderdale, will
Krone rd. about one-quarter mile program was held In the for storage against time of boundaries of Dad and Browsed on the parched glade In Urn where .M was speaking) showed : peak on the work of a hospital
north of Halnlin dr.; the Eureka new U-foot by 44-foot CBS shelter drought counties of drought to prevent fire. the water table three-tenth of afoot Homestead this afternoon it I'clock auxiliary at a luncheon meeting
school: on Eureka dr. near Newton which wa constructed largely This interpretation of how the In time of drought the speaker "Thar may lie some thing below trltan sea level. At no : : to elect officer, announce of th* new local auxiliary and
rd.; and the schools at Mo- of donated material and labor. water control plan of the U. S said, culvert and ditches wouldbe wrong with tile water control plan: In the district wa. the wale Mr*. Idmond E PacetU, it* sponsor, the SoropUnltt dub
: dello Princeton: and Goulds. Valued at more than $9.000, the Engineer will affect this section opened to permit the flow of plan but minor detail*-uch Mmoving table more than a foot and a temporary president Everyone In of South Dad County, In Park";
H. A. Proctor: now ef Okeechobee. shelter baa a fireplace and a grill of Florida WIt gained by South water from the reservoir to the the location of a canal half above tea level" the .JUdland District: or OB Use way restaurant at IfclS Tu***
was tint teacher of the for use for wiener roast and Dade Garden dub member from grove and farm area of the Ead- can be adjusted later" said the Dr. Francis B. Lincoln, vice- Key Interested In tilt project I II day. AH wise plan to attend art
k school: .t Silver Palm, and Mrs other parti. a talk Monday night by Need AHoy land District geological engineer. president presided In the absence Invited. to attend tilt meeting and asked to notify Mn. L ecU Dodd
,Maud K. Chandler of liver Palm Hot dog. coffee and Ice cream of the U. S. Geological'Survey Tb rsnrolf' north of Homestead The water control plan 1 II based ot Mrs. Berman Hainleut, president to become g member of the auxfliary. (Phone "2) before BOOM OB Mon

t ", .and. MM. Otmrtead were were carved. at i meeting In the Radian will b* on* of two artificial: largely ea" the finding of the V. V r des,.. -

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Two HOMESTEAD: LEADER-ENTERPRISE. Friday, January 21,
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TheLeader.Enterprise Happy Warriors t Thomas Kirby Mayor of the City Court of Dade County where) an partial judge, and for such elks

SINRInI1RI1N111RllltSg of Homestead, and Municipal I orderly trial can be had before I and further relief. as to the OH*

The ;gadabout Judge. That said Thorns Kirby, a fairly chosen Jttry 0a4 an 'Im Mill. \ seam just and proper.
20 Years Ago : Is bjr virtue of his office charged -------........
...... ta Mil with" the apantatniMt. of meratjen.l .
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.......... P M If W. ,.... Thai one of H* pallo affi.MT .

reMS.alea swine.1a.w .. tile ..0, .. TV ,....... ..... 5 a w...gads...... .. ad! A ...a......, r .. insim when nefHIiasar. wa* .
hlo es5.d-..-.. 1.a.NW- ire ear a5 j itesten wu Donald Bulllran who. Save Money! Get Gifts!
.... e.d t. 1..151 der evening in the hotel lathy I December I, 1MB wu eon- ,
11 I.L ... ..... oa h. ..... when we were welling far ale!Ian "
the Hon
Aacsrra w e-.d e.wrw.l.a.d by Wayne Alien I ti.
/ ** gem.1taVuII . ... a.. '1, 1t.1.UlIUII"IIIMtIJ"UIIIIUIIIIIJIIII. friend to Uk u* to thai horn' In the Court of Crime of" DedeiI '
..ttkcaqYatTMet.tu for dinner I BraiiMan. girl Inher County of Assault
de5d.wimMrVPTIGN .. I on one Arthur Trade at Stores taming 1
twenties who was staying at
INIOJf : McKee and was on MM! dale
!!! .:. Hie howl I (alone, )I. name up and fined MM 00 and coat* Consumers' Green Trading Stamps I
intr,xluird\ h rmlt' It> me An an .
I t Tt In spite of a*** conviction \ -
"A portentous student she had
pus.ai exchange spent
s.M Donald Sulk.*** has not
.ITe4 ,gt'PIID"'l1 ons-stead is |beVU some time the Stales Now she
in
I.: 0... o..ts I "..., e _. I been tJanUsiad by the Mayor I
I"NI j r.. __ .. the wnM* ferl was doing work in Aqen..... I or Secure stamps with each purchase. Fill your book '
official
o.w. ell e..o. 11 * nalfeH) park mil V. MB to her doily. any person or group of .
erred talking our I
I ..... leer. ..... the
CMror Homestead and
Is still
1, Square. gnlle ) DIP ('upauy' *' slay in Rusarlo fcerauae. rile. was i t an employee thereof. I for FREE GIFTS at these stores:
anfMtinK tn Ernest I |
country impelled In weMare Md eduatioAal *-
..... M .mat .. -I arty Co*. of'MIaML 1 secretary 's Institutions, and spoke I T. That the principal witnesses
$.m 15, 551L W shire a5r5.es n dl against the Jerry'. Markrl Homestead Radian. Grocery
petitioner In said
I Bfwly-ecuM EM'j
N..I.dn.tati w. W 51 *>t Trm"i<" w EosHih with In eHraottv.. accent. '
arse .. IIrL M I glides Nmnrtal Park AMr Though In Rosalie or Argentina pending trial wW be the police I Malhla She able. HomMirU Meddle Craosrr

. . Cot vltltwl the .w. lion In for I short time only, I realized officers who were present or responsible
s.1. City Food Center, FU. City Fncbs' Greeery Naraaja
for his besting That
company ) R Livingstonend thai it wa necessary for me to .
Concerning Dogs .. I A. C Eastpnl\ } of H.isaastrudEarl .". set both politically and! art mIClOUS said officers ire In dally contact Kennedy'. Grocery, Princeton
llenry"'oikd, brother Y\ i With said fudge In connection with

By Await Maykew FUtaatrlek of Mrs Arch tJampbell, died , Therefore on our tint meetingI their official duties and a* a re-

There U much.'to be learned from I of influenza (f.a local huai aiT asked her about this new two; not cult petitioner receive a fear fair that trial he before will See Gift Uisplajs at Above Stores. '

dos Ho dog "C i Purmsn JIM .....tJ a eminent we bad been leading! Mid Court on account of Mid
It toe amall lo think that he new house at the Ifct f of N. about In the Elate At abe was officer
police ho also
gC' v act M ,
should be Krome eve, and) Ep,.Ors drMr . ." unbiased and without native party complaining witnesses having an

The praud protector. of his own ... V.M: reload 1 iai mode 1 / l jalerest I repeat her answer:I undue Influence over the mindsof
toaster I manager of UMjionAstetd schaplcsfflerls % %KUe many Neb people and tMUman the Judge and Inhabitants
And all Hi* thIMren of the "opeNM by tlfe P.T.A" thai have been running I Mid City.
1 the and the
family "s. Livingston I la out again government poorer 8, That
petitioner desire a trial
I classes of people for their own
Most ;dogs assume responsibilities. Ift.r. severe attack of flu ." profit do not like Feron policies, by jury and the attorney forpetitioner "Late
''(::11, conk. R X: idwards. his has been advised by Blight"Control
One*.bsving taken on the '- A he ll one that Is beginning to see
.* been oonf med to bill home with J the need of tht nation. I whole said Hon Thomas Kirby, that '
About *It* performance\ with fidelity k1 flu.. ;' .' l 1 Th Argentine people feel the there hat never been a Jury trial I

Mr, apd 1>'rt. Wm McConnelland JOIN THE MARCH Or' DIMES same toward Peron In many ways held In Mid Court for the many :
And In the feast" manner that their eon, William and the at many of you Americans felt years that he has been familiar it with DuPont "Parzate"
be know Rev and Mr C M Walker and+. when President Roosevelt took with its operation, and that he II.. now available in LIQUID and
their three little daughters spent I It I not familiar with the procedure
over It s much the aame In fact WETTABLE
the day fishing on..Cap .able,' !: Policeman Donald Sullivan after an Ilshed together with any add I Itloaat the people like to compare Peron necessary for the orderly and formulations
Dogs are. food character readers "Herbert Turner reamed Saturday ; alteroatloa over a parking meter Utement pC( hi* side of With Roosevelt as they compare legal enpannelling of a Jury
alie tram BsIt(more', ."" I Claiming that he was enraged the fas* he might wish to make San Martin with George Wash That petitioner fear that U a Field' Service Representatives will
And having eonXkWace In their --- I became his two children had H* Mid he, had nothing further ington' Jury is called for the purpose of ; gladly help you with your disease
rightnessThey been left lion and Uucared for"!' to ssyBlankenbeck. this trial only, said jury would
feelings never try to hide. the-;- true VENUE CKANGB 1 I I In hit car, Blankenbeck: set fir I I'I 's petition for at find Then Feron abe message told me In she English would not be Impartial because of the T and insect problems.We it itI I
111 to his j jail 'mattress Lad turned influence of the member of the
A* we human do, put ol politeneu. (Continued from 1'0 One) I on the: water In the wash basin't I I writ of prohibition and changeof \ which she said I would find very police who will appear as com- urge you to place your orders
venue wa a* follow:
tog the case I capacity crowd to Hood the jail. He claim Chief Interesting in answering many plaining\ witnesses, and for the now for these uniformly high qual.

'' filled the .city imll coMrtrixim and I I of POI!!! Brantley hit him with In the C.rcutCourt for the pith questions from time to>> time dur-' further reason that petitioner ity fungicides.
Your dog I II ever your tru faith overflowed Into the adjoining+ a board and broke his arm after Judicial Circuit of Florida (In'snd ing my visit in Argentina could not receive a' fair and Impartial -
ful friend.Affluence . hallway Monday night Interest Brantley and Sullivan pure In lo for Did County trial before Mid Judge Farule liquid Is guaranteed 17% active Ingredients..

and poverty, to him, which ran high a* ))1M case W r.j put out ht fire cad lure off the In the matter of the I the future be obligated to pay who Is not attorney. and Is not J j '
applicationof roa INFORMATION AND IMMEDIATE 0FXIVERY: SEE
are called by City Clerk It E Edwards water If* said also, that SuUI- ARTHUR BLANKENBECK, additional sums for doctor's and familiar with the legal rules for J]
On and Ihe Mme. All that lie subsided a* Brantloy1" announced van hit him with his firit.I medical treatment the Introduction, of competent
aim of \life that the trial had been I I for a Writ of Prohibition against a. That as I result of the Incident evidence. R.W. Drown & Company i
1 I. permission to follow you- "po stponed" ,, comment BraqUey his sttltude nalntajnad. t .01. i I the Hon Thomas Kirby, Mayor In the Homestead Jtil, Wherefore, petitioner prays Goulds-Phone Ol South' Miunirbone.3316 ,I
-on tha ad and Municipal Judge of the City II
hi* star, Buinkenbetk was arrested by t I petitioner was charged with Resisting that this Court l Issue a Writ of I I
I via of his attorney, be ..,1.1 of Homestead, Florida and for a
I Arrest Disorderly Conduct Prohibition staying, Mid Thomas Glade and Grove
Supply Company
Sullivan said after the leader I chsflf of venue for trial of certain
Destruction of City Property Kirby and any other vbo..may be
was out last week that be wanted criminal charges presently I'rillcrtorbone 191
I' and Creating a Disturbance, appointed Judge of Mid Municipal -
a correction made-that he before said Judjjt.i .
pending and Is presently! free on tJOOCO Court of the City of Homestead
arrested Blankenbeck but did not I Il Come ARTHUR BLAN Collins! Feed &
now Supply Company
j i
bond awaiting trialn\ Mid Florida from trial of the
I
For Sale l hit t him. The policeman was told] KENBECK, by his undersigned charges. I Issues raised by said charges, and N. E. e1St.LFK.C. Ry.
| that his would b I and show I
pub-
statement\ attorney respecUfully
I 4. That said charge! ire presently changing the venue ot trial to the Miami 36. Fla,-Fhone '-TGOJ7irHutlson.See
1- unto this Court act for trial before the Hon Court of Crimes or any other t I
I I. That h* II I over the age ot - -- --- -
SI year 1 Jt a resident of Dade

155 Acres CaQ County, residing at th* Alpine ,
Dairy, on (mm. Avenue' theRadland.

." .,I\.i: q i.' .. ; *,. kNow .1''" I .. District' padej County' i
t'" : : 1/ 'BetisonElectricFrloeeteu Florida Rel narrieaAnd the
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father of etveraj young children.
.
; H* I II a vetran of the U.& Marine
planted to Corp and bat received an honor-

a FVarUa able discharge therefrom.I ,
Tomatoes and' That be wit arrested on

. a .. January T, 1849 by officers of the
t PotatoesPrice ForSerticfl Fvlioe apartment ot the City of
Homestead, and on said date was
I orRepairs plaoed in toe Homestead Jail At

the come time his two children red _.. d
who were with him were led
$40,000WALTER unclred for In his automobile for
.
a period of several hour while
..,
err ., w44tn1.leMT
he wi in Jail That he was ar- r a
en eiecUK: Fanpe, It*?**
reeked without adixjuaus cause
Led Aay Other. Baetrie That threafter while a prisoner In

said jail petitioner was wrongfully -
PETERSON AppUsBS assaulted and beaten by

certain member uf the police department .
of the City of Homestead .
Gould, Fla. Phone J.558-J
Phone 442 with the result that his !i /rS
right arm was broken between

.. . t I I Use wrist and the elbow, requiring
sin slays hospltalixation and a

.. a surgical operation to properlyset
-- -- -- - ---- --- - . -
It. That petitioner bad already ,
been obliged to pay hospital bills
*' in the sum of till.00 for treatment -
Hurry is a popular PARTY LINER made necessary by said

wrongful action on the part of wily.

; said police officer and will Inaeeerda .M, -. ,' J

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... : Into-th* lowest on the hlghworm:1: jO''. Thus;, lounga-atea same are "sUp-down" principle b so .....
to harmonize with the new,
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.' stunning beauty ,
j lower ally right It eaablw Rodeos t*
moothst and safest wey.1 f going top. achieve pleasing proportion and

It tenth Mil nigbway yWv ever knowsil. get att"edsteproom, :: r ioun and roomier into Hudson aeat;than you symmetric> free-flowinf lines,

South Miami. Fla, Tn whole world know that the lower in any maw-produced car built today . .,,
1s."J car la built, the more pra< ful ita knee can and all of this sang with ample' road BtJItR performance Iludson'a
r" '' I' : 11111" I I IIUEiU be made, the better it cider, bandies and clearance! all.new, h1ib-aomprorbeaupse.

performs and the safer it is. But you'll l soon find that amazing; roomJ2111 engine-or the masterful
And now you are invited to see tend drive mina fa only on of the wonderful Uunn you 8up r-KI: the loweRt-built car on the hifhway ih* get In thai unique new kind of oar.* We beJJtd becaue this car U so thor
New Hud oal eta you'll' want to read about more of .uglily streamlined. .
1 than In the column to th right. Then lee
THIS New your poarby Hudson deaW who. will gladly BETTER roadabiUtyt With the "
arrange for you to dm tbia suuatiooally: lowest center
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Friday, January 21,1949 HOMESTEAD LEADFR-ENTERPRISE Page Three

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I /trrt.' *. MOTIC; : IfaftHS John Hide Mil Speak

THREE YEARS' DEVELOPMENT I Chwrolet's'Balanced Design Adds Beastly and Comfort REMAND BAND O j VAMILV NIGHT raOCrBAMKMkUy I At FeUowtWp Supper

win held at
night ta
PLAYS BENEFIT John D. Kllle. Methodist. layleader -
sues Palm MtMMdM. Chut* on
for the Miami District" will
FORK IN 49 CHEVROLET THAT Tuesday evening, announce the \b* guest tpk at a fellowship
I NEXT FRIDAYA lUv. Alfttd Htdburg. pactorA upper to be held at t.M Thursday -

covered disk NMMT M Swill M evtateg in Redtaad. C<>mmu-

oanctrt by the MUttt ..... begin the program whlcfc. wH. idly Church, announces (he patter
GOES ON DISPLAY SATURDAY! land Nigh achtpl. bead. win b.* Melude. movies edesMMs r... the Rev Martin R Davis
: .. .. terse, oonwMMity .*..**j and a
glvnh .t I e'Ol** Psi y . ... Member and friend of the
.!lane M. to r4e finds for bend aurprla Mksrs.Regional church are asked to bring "covered -

-_ uniforms, announce Bandmaster dlab.." and individual table
A product of three ,eara' development '' rolet The design Is fresh and I eaJMt iter :Stanley Dullmba Head to SpeakIn services .

work and more than subetential-looking without approaohing : wi Phil HtrrtlL student comluctor. Florida City Church
million mile of engineering the extreme,. Greater will open the benefit pngram Nonce
research. the HII Chevrolet goes comfort Is reported demonstrableby with s march Clinic)11II4I .pop. Howard ROM eastern regional tae ear -U ril wed MoIIior, J...
on display In Bird Chevrolet Co. "ruler and by ride.- the rugged I uler music ale will\ be Mtwred,i director of the young people fa t* lash r a ._w Is .red. MO.e.a_.. ..ru..1a..1 smiles.
showrooms here Saturday. slK-eylinder' valve-la-heacl division of the Fret Methodist linn. 11 "' IUM nuk, uhlM' Uwt ....

The Ittnt t model ha been com engine remain fundamentallythe ___ Mrs. Jennie Erpcnbach, Church, will speak In tile Florid :. :='0"t tae .di W... M pne.r N:."
pletely restyled It it lower wider came, but refinement will increase AM City Free Methodist Church aaease, A wed e' ...MCuT7tH.sta.MM .
and more distinctive than any appreciably the car's M 89, Dies in California this evening at '::10. Everyone d4 Y Ma anad a tkt. ..... M

previous aerie Not only doe the handling eatt and owner aatls Mrs Jennie Louise Erpettbech. Interested In youth I II Invited to |*IM4)'V. ) K. 'RDWAftMChr '. .

design. Introduce superior beautyto faction. I turner< rMi the lowest-priced ranks, but 'In the engineering of our most Jan It at her home In WtMona

also numerous body and chsssl Important model In several years. Cal.l at tilt ass or 8f ""nenlMrvk'e. -
Improvements promise to add to w* considered tint the qualities were held Tuesday In I,

Ch.vrolet'.put.tion for corn- that have consistently given Miami funeral home. and Interment FINE FURNITURE
tort, and Chevrolet the In the
safety convenience.Two leadership took place In Miami Memorial
Mrlet of car, the Flertllne Industry," said a company state Progressive streamlining of the 149 Chevrolet It in liner, Notable la the roomier, lever car to a balanceeinphani . Park Custom Built of Mahogany\ and Other Wood
and StyUUne are Included with ment "We did not make changes I ia thit view oi the Stylelin De Lose ........ Iin design that adds greater comfort and driving cue I Mr. Erpenbllt'h laws: a daughter -I Cabinet Herk-Chtrr raalng-KefalahlagCor
De Luxe treatment an option In simply for the like of change door aedaa against a sew Martin 101 puMtigcr an I IM well aa smut apc *rMa,
Mr Ague Reed of Miami: Biscay Dr. RetfUai ... Mall. M&J
moat body type. De Lux can Every Innovation throughout the three sons. Hubert of Lot Angeles,,
lay Increased tmphssls on the chassis and body was exhaustively Arthur of Lawrence, Man.. and
I ment In bodies U the immense vacuum-sultled mechanism The Into the passenger compartmentthrough
styling of fabrics, trim and ap- tested and proved. W. exercised William of Wektona and I number -
;
Increase In alas area All windows lever remains on the electing duct located between
pointment great care to assure ourselves have been dl'lpenlInd! \ column but has been lengthened the front fender skirls and the of grandchildren and ,reat.randehildren. -

The lineup show: that each departure met I widened The windshield taker to equalize the effort of shifts. ,, radiator These ducta lead to tubes . Among the grind-
Fleatline Two and four-door Chevrolet standards"The
full advantage of broader bodies, Although the six-cylinder ending at the dash Air Is metered children are Mr, Emmerltt Dou- D"i'' r"ci IfntAtari
sedans. Thl* design Is dlttingutshed first impression of the new
and Mrs. Dale Henderonof
curving Inward at the narrowed valve-ln-hesd engine Is batleallj by butterfly val\es petitioned by barley
by the extension of the car I.I one of smart styling\ r
HomNte.d.MorR'an F
pillars to Improve tideway ai unchanged, several refinement tnanutlly operated knobs on the I j
root line In an unbroken sweepto structural strength and lenerouadlmen.lon. flat raT"
IA'ella. forward vision, On compa have enhanced smoothness and Instrument panel
.
pII"nleri
the rear. Known to the trade The entire' "
table model the gain In vitlblllt' service accessibility. The carburetor In .addition to the ventilationcontrols Instigating
a* .a. "fast back," the form compartment has been moved 0 (all,, Sdhsdslss, "
broadenedand over 1>4I has been as much I I. Improved and contalni the driver will find unusual ! Gould Store RobberyW "
,
achieved great popularity on the forward lengthened
Dee two-door AerosedtnStylellne lowered, Rearwardly the 30 per cent.Desides i' "fast-Idle device The tkhausl feature The steering wheel 0/ii tf, ftwtr
Its Influence on a'I' lyitem hi* b"en unitiied for Is thinner and somewhat loweredto W Woodtona tort al
-Two and four-door front enders have been absorbedInto
\ all balance In design, improved selling A better hydraulic >> Supplement the sat vision Gouldi was broken Into early
three-pass- the body, their/ vertical
aedana sport coupe lnld/fkbid
M ,
ot the passenger system and eight redistribution made possible by larger window Wednesday morning when an un-
.
I -enger business coupe. convertiblewood planes built flush with the doors.Crowns i
clalnu till other benefit Rear,i improves brsklng, Dials are grouped in a circular deterin nod amount of ash was
,
and all-tteel 1 station wagons5tylellnt of the fender hive also
seat passenger? are now cradled i i Wheels are smaller and carr I cluster on the lace of the jumbo stolen, report Constable I\tc
sedans carry the notch been raised to fit more snugly
I In the comfort tone between tin low-pressur ttrel, I II speedometer Starting Is by but- Morgan who U Investigating the 1 / 4
back. Here. the curvature of the Into the hood and low clean ensemble -
axle I Formerly The of luxury In tortlom! ) the \Instrument panel A theft
front and rear ( atmoKphrre
toot meets the rear deck at the of the irille To add er.ct ;: 1 II
passengers rod over the rear I the m Chevrolet Interiors bee nearby knob controls the windshield Constable Morgan li work'n| r
body belt line and protect body surfaces, I partial
the eump.rt-I simplified wiper vacuum-powered to check driers' reported
: In both styling and perform- rear. fender has been retained axle ) Lowering of been heightened by negro
ment hat reduced the center of I seat fonttructton, new fabrics and, and now especially designed to speeding through Could,
j ynce, the 1849 series continues the :
gravity of the car resulting In tasteful moldings. panelling and hug the curvature of the glass
standpoint
'big car" aspects that have si- From, the passengers
and Hardware Is shaped close The emergency brake ll a straight w
greater liability on curve trim VIGILANCE:
Chev chief
:hays been traditional with perhaps the Improve-
at higher speeds Further, the to the doors to prevent snagging pull lever mounted below the
lowered floor end wider doors of garment Vent'pans handle) dash at the right of the steering Continued from Pus One)

I permit easier entrance ahd exll hive been eliminated by the column trol" r"luIIllllM'".
mi
the .rlw pd taltty
Yen
WOODY The Builder's Friend 1It1.l *y*
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all of the other details There Is also In evidence a good
by pastenger adoption of push-pull window; Whale seas el Besid.a enl, 4.uW. erect mule, ekes 1w He..t l
,I? Another important factor In win,., New a* well I.I the method of the 1 11I4a Chevrolet cannot be bit of mottle, virus dlseasi which Cat) Ceait". All nuns Diettl.peweied.Taieugh .
I [THE SENORA WttU NOT MIND THE WALK WHEN SHE better roadabillty I I. the adoptIon of door latching, Exterior door covered In a limited description, stunts tie tomato plant and mottles lireamlinrra daily I* bath ides Talk sad i the
[ the front and of direct handles solid with tli* release worthy of mention are; larger and disfigures the fruit. the
LEARN WE ARE GOING TO BUY BUILDING MATERIALS FROM at rear are Fall: i and M Ctiket end Mid West C.nnitnt lusiuy"
abiiorbers, built Into I trunks with automatic lock; pathologist siys The disease Is
double-acting shock t and lock mechanism teed end fuUman' service (e lecel W dilnl. dtauaeileaa
BROOKER LUMBER (0 type that proved itself In wartime thumb button which extends from .rear compartment dome Unlit spread by contact and crops up
service Front suxpenslon, the trunk of the handle, t[doubled In candlepower; I concealed along th* tractor( rows and along
which continues to feature the Also notable I la a new means gasoline filler pipe, (the the line of picking. Despite the FLORIDA EAST COAST RYe
cowl vent I I tank being located on the effort of scientists' no effective
ANANA se. roll spring 'Knee-Action! Chevrolet ot \entilatlon With the now
..
it.
rttmt iTtttphtnti
Cars Wrt >V "
BUT TODRYI pioneered IS. ;years ago hn omitted' fresh air I I. now drawn leo hand side of the car; parking mean has been discovered to 1
i been made sturdier lamp built Into the grille; a bill- combat motaio which I* described
front scat adjustment by Dr Conover a* a "oullhcookl.
A new steering geometry will bearing!; mounted I
COUNCIL ACT I '
be found significant by drivers *. .-

The master arm I I. now locatedIn (Continued from Page One)

end the,.;equalling center of the the effort chassis ol4'I&IIt front i his con.tructlolI'IInded( / largely)] N a w c'M S., i' tl. J. E A O. t.JS: W J H.. ti..a .E ...CLULOti
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Tmfl }Jefl.turrusJTbU.trP: of steer'' Dh""Adbllll lit _i t'1 C"r' ''t .i . y 'jV.A
log, available prtrlouily only In I the crossing had been approved )< .'
higher-priced car, reduce "wheel by both the railroad and the A
It 1 fight;' any tendency of the cat county commission and construction GJ/f1coJJ'c Ib ft
to wander and add to tire life I will begin when the necessary .
I
The gearshift I* new Recent contracts are signed ,

I caused development I engineer In .ahllt to ( tubstitutt linkage I'I by Building the council permit to Clyde were granted Vaughn "rrr. -
(( : )(
m1ffl
the manual shift for the former for three CBS dwellings! to be )

constructed in Porveiilr at a COlt j 'lrnrrftl-'Y f\llr

1 COUNCIL INVITES !I of$7.000 13000 residence each;in W Downer, B. Caves Palma, d:, \ ] l l\!} r il :

(Continued from Page One) ::1 Jo Bommarlto, $7000 reddens
I
the goose that laid the golden In Avocado Park4.; W. .Griffin,,

egg"' He, said he had paid $60 I 13,000 residence on W. Mowry ct,, .
annual license "100<1 years and Wright Electric Co $300 thed
bad" and was now aghast at the I addition to present building: John
prospect of having to pay $190 I Cozier, $200 bathroom addit!on to
"If licenses art set too high they ',, present dwelling In Jane D, Tower A,1

will, become uncollectible In hard er Addition
timer he Mid I The council voted to buy a one-

Donovan said c his license had ,I half.ton truck from Bird Chevrolet -

been upped from (80 to $125 : Company for (141325, with
II. B. Davis Paints When a council spokesman point an allowance of $150 for the elt)''.

ed out that more money Is need old Ford pick-up truck. The
i ed to meet increased demands for recommendation wa made aftei

public services. he advised more I consideration ot the following $eyt.l .a D.1... 4-Dew Bides
t efficiency and the hiring of a city I bid: Cautler Motor Co., three-
I manager to "operate the city on i quarter-ton Willys $1685; Dono-:
II
HTry .
a business basis'' van Motor, on.-half.ton DoMe, }1I
Us When You Need one-ton Dodge. $1.81)5) ; t 10lo
come on in Mrs C. T. Harper former member $1 579 and \ "
A Haircut i of the council and widow of and Oversea Motor Co., Ford ,I '''' I 'r '__
or: I former Homestead mayor told pick-up truck $148310 I
I d 'I.I ,
Shave the council, in effect, that tin a OH DISTUY TOMORROW
the e water's t r city would have more money II I'I

Haircut '___ _.____..75e It did not have to pay doctor and r. '
; b 11 the result ol IfiCe '.-.;
Oboe ,,- hospital a. Brooks .,(
Shampoo c4 a; : : ( "thing* going on la this" city which ,

Facial Pack ._-,_ 75* hot never The should council go voted on. \to have theI
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T/ic
Massage Combination bWD Facial) CS 75* ... I on proposed the bulletin license board ordinance( at the posted city f IllOJ'!. cat(l g .

-15e-Jum s .. 1 II hall and on display )In the ct/ Oldest Completely Ai"" .

Maataebt Trim; == If, GENERAL 0 ELECTRIC ; clerks office, Grove 1' -
I Equipped "
i'1 We nvite to with the low cost of operation ant upkeep for
Bhampe (Plain) .$* Ii ; : cordially ) par set :.
-
i.ttQitio t D tli.trio 1 t I D i I PROVOKINGPERSONALITIES Caretakers : : the, new Chevrolet 'for '40:-the which Chevrolet product bavt alwayi. beai'

II Brat Completely new car the lr* k .
BUSH'S witlrhittlri09R } ". more than seven years-and fib' most leaulijulVou '
II'Jo
,
I Q4 'OPN\SnC\ ,"o \, ,.' ,. bsy 0llI/ y ,Yes, Ia ere the,itrawf of a new eari-pre-

B Shop t tI \ f1 N 0& r. 0. BOX si ),. 'II find It!. the mmi 'beautiful buy'hoe fasted and preproved on the ;" great General
;
arcwww Ground and to
aaaMOa
af Motors Proving predestined
'
Wright ElectricHamestead aware Phase 75LHOMESTLbD .r"! staling, for driving and rUing( ease,' for per*
city Han .OCU was K to4&.. rand fee s" furroance and safety, and for sturdy endurance win even wider( preference for Chevrolet as At

: .. Ph gU-W i Tel.rued riM:=,,a faeaaara eves Aralclacue FLA. 'tj.' born of quality construction throughout . moss,!Itautiful bay of all, from every point of I
.u tea.i.
r wOusplT 'because it alone bring you all these Advantage view and on every point of value...Come aDd
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I ? i. -4 of highest-priced,. car at 'Iht lowtt( pruu' lad ice ill , ,
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ter
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NEED LUMBER? ,
_, Pierce'sBarber :..
Lt TTP TI j
"' 'ulrtrium/Tf\T1 '
\ \1Ul illJ.U:. !It ,lti9 on/V cor "bringing; you oil these //Jnt-cor advantage of lowed cost

'II' Shop

Y 4empleseIr, new .dies by Fisher a New, "1tre-fI,,. glee hcrmn! Axlurtt and f fobrici New Swptr-Slst Interior .whhfivefeel

: . Save Jl| Here ... Where Good Xndi 'Meet" Ie..." New PenorvmU Visibility! with wMtf ;fwrvttf windshield end M% men |.... era ell mend a Nw Ctriltfftlnl .

-. FLAGLEK AM, HOMESTEAD Dettgn with Cenlef-felnl. Steering, (ewer Center .f Oreivlty, Cnfr-Pln| tearing end Ctnrtf-Pttnl' leer Iuipinln

I ..newer.wagger' b. w't- ........ se rsn I Op.MlU Bw SUUeaASTHMA& Improved Valvt-ln-heexl. eerglsee fee pewef, *K<*.leriUn, smttthnesi end) tnmy e CeeH-Sefe Hydraulic leeks" With

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PART MATRON FATmONS MRS\ BIERDRON SPEAKS ON ISRABL ,

I Souih'Dade TO Peat HtifHHE privcM AT sod CHAPTER part rasa 1e-' AT LUNCHBON OF REDLAND oCLVR\\"OMIN. .--

'I j .m Social Events in . . of Ad Astra Chapter of the O ItS -

.. will iveeMe. tonight at DM Mr Staeder Biefdron of ConlOebkM w. Stilliu*), Mr. Kfenabener)
among tt tbeokapter. liplike on the. MW elate ..... R. A. Cart. aaa1Mra.JP,
The ........ will be preienex.I land, and MM Jewlah-Arab ...... *Molt were uttoMM to *ervas f.
MOVING ncTCRB SLATED by the liar petal. Befreshmenti I tern it a luncheon meeting of the a nominating committee.. >
BROTHERS-THOMAS WEDDING SOLEMNIZED CHINESE PARTY IS CLIMAX a 4 4l
II MMKJIAf OF STUDY II wet be served .by the line off! Weitum'e Ouh of the Badlands, Mrs. Dane .hwMed ,the group' M
IN MIAMI SATURDAY BY DR. E. S. SMITH I POE ART CLUB I OF COUNJRY BY SILVER PALM cnouPonUont cere: W. C. Morton asaoclate patron held Tuesday at the home of a luncheon meetlM to be held
i Monday evening at I the Homestead ; Mrs Qias. t, McCertneyaesoelate Mrs Arthur L. ICfeeebener. A Feb. IS it her home at T74 ft

r Mrs Clara Belle Tboma and W. Seventh et Art Club will meet la the entertainment and were greeted 1 matron; Mrs W. A roundtable discussion foDowed W. First it In Miami.
,. Jama R. (Jimmy) Brother bath Member of e wellknownHomesteed visual. educaitan room of Home- refreshment were to the oriental I Edwms ttMland by Joan Bryant and Phillip, conductress; and Mn the talk. I Member present beside lhoelnwntbned
HlgJ School where Mia la Chinese cot- Geo. Cram associate conductress Mr. Seymour Dens, Mrf. frank Mn W. D. Mai
of Homestead were united In family, the bride wt Mad ) motif et the Chinese,..party given fume Chlneee lantern were
Helen Pope "Instructor In art, were used I han Mrs. M. A. Baker Mrs D,
marriage at I o'clock Saturday graduated from Homestead High Sunday evening for member of for Illumination of
evening In Miami. The double School. She we employed for will show a moving picture: of themaking the Silver. Palm Method Youth which' were detortted the with room festoons I aP.W TO HEAR MRS.\ WELLS SPEAK M, Brannon, Mrs. E. H. Hanna
I ting ceremony was performed by five years in a clerical capacity I of a muralHostesses Fellowship at the home of Miss of crepe Entertainment .I I Mrs J. T. a McElroy and Mlsi l Irlui tI I
the Rev Everett 8, Smith pastor et Homestead" Army Air Bate, and for evening wilt be Joan Cora The party'look' place and amusement paper. were furnished I ON NEWLY-FORMED HOSPITAL AUXILIARYJan Elsie La Fetra. Guest w.,Young
.f Tint Cbrlitlan Church la the at present 1 II a clerk at the Homestead Mrs Maud E. Chandler, Mrs after the regular meeting at which by matching Chinese John Brsnnon. Mrs H. C.
personal Attendant were Mr. poll office. Ralph Xlngman. Mrs Alv H. a study of China wad concluded.A proverb, assembling) Cblneee picture The 1Ift'''- r nlae4 Ja. oar I at the Intersection of S. E. lilt of Waster, 0., and Mrs Blerdron,
and Mr Wm.. Brother Of Miami" The bridegroom, a native of douse Mrs. E. it Stream Mrs. brightly-colored cloth map puzzles and guessing Chinese Archer Smith Hospital Auxiliarywill at and Fourth ave. In Fort Lauderdale I
brother and Mer-ln-law of &be"rldtlaroo& Wichita Falls Tex., made bin J. T. & McElroy: and Mr. A. C. of China was used a* a hanging riddle Tommy Hooker and Joan be the abject of a talk by, Sunday afternoon at 4 MEMBUSnir CAMPAIGN .
home here a* I child, and attended Miller for the door at which the guests Core were winner In a popcorn Mrs F. V. Well, hospital w pero'clock.. riANNED BT CIRCLE: ONI: j 1
The bride wore I fray striped Homeiteid schools He was eating contest In which chopsticks intendent, at the meeting of the A five-month membership cam* .n
tuft with I email lowered hat graduated from Meridian (Ml.**.) ANNOUNCEMENT IS were used. Homestead Business and Professional MRS. WltlCHARD PRESENTS palgn wa* planned -fay member
MADE
,atId.uaer.--iII of tan. Her High School end went Into bUll.II. OF MARRIAGE I The refreshment Included peanut Women' dull at I o'clock PROGRAM FORMr JJIlCUI: : Of Circle One of the First Methi..
corsage was a green orchid on a ." in Birmingham Ala. Several OF MYRA\ JO STANFORD IN ATHENS, TENN butter *and lche*. *ur- Monday night In the Parkway odtst W. S. C. & Tuesday afUrt
1 lace heart outlined with orangeblossoms year ago he returned to Home. I dusted apple ring, pineapple 1 announce Mn. B- A. Tibbltts,, *. John Whlchard directed: a noon at the home of Mr A. M;
Mad to open a mattress and up.hoIal'l7 Announcement I I. being made Blend chunk on colored toothpick program chairman. All pereonaInterut.ecl program on pledging at a meeting Logan.' Mr. Chts. W. Leiby, Mr.
L. O. Clonlnger of I rd.
business. of ,Jennie Lobdell Circle of W. Y, Bush Mn Loa.nplated
Her metro of honor wore I of the marriage' of Him Myra :Jo She attended Homestead High sponge cupcake and roasted pe..1null. In the auxiliary work Church and were,
First Methodist Tuesdayevening
black suit with white coeuoriM Stanford of Athens, Tea, former School w.* graduated. from Mc- Orange Juice was served are Invited to attend. In charge of serving the
home of Mrs Bruce
REV. HASLET CORE TO OtTC Clubs of at the dinner tor the Men' BrotherhoodClub
District T will meet
and a corsage of pink chrysanthemum Florida City resident. to Clarence Minn County (Tenn.) High School from pall balanced on a pole I
Field -
Batchetor. Mrs. Lloyd wit
BOOK CHINA Mrs Dan
REVIEW ON
Sunday, Feb I, In the Miami Thursday night
Klnialow of shoulders
Athens on Nov. 13 and has been employed In the slung across the of two
., Women of the Preibyterlsn In Athens "coolie,1* Shore Golf Club at 10,000 Biscayne co-hostess Williams presided at the basinet ..wm
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Dexter Smith mother of Athens telephone exchange.The :
Church will hear the Rev. Harley The blvd. a* guest of the Miami Parts on the program were presented meeting. .
bride I II
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the bride, wore black with match Core review Dr. Frank W Price' and Mn. A. a daughter of Mr bridegroom served II Present, besides It young people Shoree..B. P. W C. announce by Mrs. Roy Wood Mn "Darkness Turns to )Dawn I In
of C. Stanford who month In the during the the Rev Mrs Alfred i
lug accessories and I cortege army were and
book on contemporary China, mad their home Mrs. Frank Kent, local president Cecil Dodd and Misses Helen and Africa" was the subject) of a pros
lilies The brldefroom'i mother In Florida City war, and taw duty In the European Hedburg, Mr*. Ellen Keen
"China Twilight or Dawn" at Cards given by Mrs. H. L. Bran-
Speakers will be Miss Elizabeth Antoinette Moye. Pledge gram
for three I
Mrs Mary Alice Brother, wore yean, and a cousin or theatre He t* employed in and Mrs. Roy E. Wlttenwyler. I
the general meeting to be held ttt Beth of Tallahassee, state president for the year were signed. Mr*. denburg and Mrs S. C. Bye.i
old with black velvet Chattanooga where he and his The party was planned by Ann
rose a panne o'clock Thursday Iftemoon In and Mrs Aloysla Van Wm. Bradley waq welcomed ai a Invitation were given th(
coat, a ION and black bat, other the education building of Home PRINCETON CLtTI MAKES bride plan to make their home. Brooks and Joan Core.COMPLIMENTED. Qortsnoven of Key West Each new member. group by Mn. J. E. .
accessories of black and a lily: dead Presbyterian Church. Member corrtR ncnitEs ... and Mrs Leiby for Marc
club will be allowed five minutes Angelfood! cake coffee were February
corsage and friend of the church Copper and aluminum picture MRS. nARNEyl'GODWIl']f time In a skit, "The Tired Business served. | end Mrs Geo. T. Ratios for 01))
The ceremony wai witnessed! ire Invited to the muting, and were made by member of Woman." Reservations are Present, beside those mentioned April I IAefreshments "
by Jimmy Dean Brother, ton Clf'' care will be provided for email Princeton Home DemonstrationClub BY FRIENDS WIT'II SURPRISE SHOWER I requested by Feb. } for the noon were Mr*. Gerald Powell were served to
the bridegroom and Dexter Lee children at a work meeting Tuesdayat luncheon. Mrs. Geo. Eaten and Mrs C H. the 18 member and three visitor
Theme, ton of the bride After the teuton, light refreshments the home of Mr, t C Craw Mrs Barney Godwin vii complimented Gerald Andrews, Mrs Ray. Vast Club member are Invited to Berry. present ,
. Immediately after the ceremony will be served ford Jan II with,a surprise Mrs. Rose Tuccl. Mrl. Hubert attend the laying of the cornerstone
the newlyweds left by shower given by Mr. .John Gad- Smith, Mrs Psul Venn Mrs JAngelinl for the new clubhouse: of I
automobile for one-week honey Mn, .John Gadwsr. local representative Present wen Mrs C .J. Mulllna wy and Miss Georgia Shall at the and Mr. .J. T. Godwin the Fort Lauderdale B. P. W. C.
moon in .Jackton La, where they of Welcome Wagon Mrs. A. L. Campbell,, Mr* Godwin home on N. W.,first ave
will be guests of the bridegroom'* Service Co, will attend a tea to Ralph Hunt, Mr.. D. A. Mullln The group met at the home of THIS MONTH ONLY
Mrs Albert Watson. Mr. Ralph MEMBERS MODEL CLOTHING AT MEET I
brother-in-law and tiller Mr. end be given this afternoon by the Mrs Gadwsy snd went .In a bodyto lid
Mn. Lacy Richardson. Upon their. company president, The. W. Moray Mrs D. P. Colburn Mrs.Walker the Godwin residence. The OF REDLAND DEMONSTRATION CLUB
,return they will make their homein Brlgfi on the Brlggs yacht, Coronet Martin, Mrs Herbert gifts were presented Ida mlnlatur -

the Thomas residence on N. at Flamingo docks.IJ Q.Wood W.: Drlg.cn Mrs a, Mrs.R., Swllley Harold, Barton Mrs baby carriage to the honoree' Coat and suit- were modeledby 26 to do bead work.Approxlm.tel .

Mrs. W. .J. Cautler, Mr*. ES. Mn. Geo. Ledford and firs Robert I Mrs. J, A. Rolherhtm, Mrs E. thirty-five wen % ,
Crawford Mrs 8. A. ''Oopp Vrtna won contest prizes I A Carter Mrs. E. L. Summersett present 33l/3 OFF :Ii

Mrs Frank M. Henderson, M.... Tea sandwiches fruits.gems, and Mn. Chat. L. Ooley for the ---:..- \ '
Attention Foot-Wise Women C. E. Gill. Mrs. Gordon Neal candy, nut and coffee were Redland Home Demonstration Sunday dinner guest of Mr.
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Mrs Paul Ray, Mrs Roy E. Wit. served. Club Friday In the Lion Den and Mrs. Arthur L. Krinsberger
tenwyler, Mr C. A. Bryant, Mr. Present beside those mentioned The program was directed: by of Redlsnd rd were Mr. and Mn.
D. K. Thompson and Miss Mabtlle were Mrs. S. J.'Lynch, Mn. Herbert Pool, club clothing A. B. William of Birmingham, '
Horne Mrs. Helen Thompson Mrs. Clifford chairman. 'Ala.., and Mrs. and Mrs R. E. on all. f
Doyen Mn. Clarke Robert It wee announced that Mrs Keenan of Mllml.I .
I MRS. CAMJNGER DIRECTS Mn. A. D. Smith, Mr< Roy E. H. Hannan, canning chairman ..
PROGRAM ON AFRICA Campbell, Mrs. M. Terry,,, In, J. will have charge of the Feb.
piling SkouS.sorHl C Boyett Mrs Wm. .....1... Mrs. H meeting and that the club I i);. L4 ona1'd; w: ikiI

A program on Africa was directed J. W. Johnstone, Met Genevieve members will meet at 10 o'clock I Ua.na.W w ar. ...':"".. Living Room.
," A"1JANUARY" s by Mn. J:. 8. Cspllnger Flsk and Mrs Mae Fonts rnu.e sae asdd.r i'i'GLASSES
Tuesday evening for Circle Two Gifts were tent by Mn. Lawrence
of the First Methodist W. S. C SIn Smith, Mrs Ernest ,Campbell 7 141 N. E. M S4. Miami, Fit. ,
the social helL Other taking Mrs. Geo. W. Smith. Mn. PERMANENT Oi-j.hn Air ra.wr.ed r
NATION.WIDE cart were Mrs C. D. taker and I PIIONE 1-1121 I Ie. Suites
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It we reported; that fits had Church Nursery School-1 ,
been paid into the circle treasuryby Will Welcome Visitors t
members this year The social' i
service report listed 27 visits,, II' The Pretbyterlin nursery school ..1 DUFFVSUpholstering Cash Only-All Sales Final
SALE bouquet, 1] cards and ten tr"1 Invite. anyone Interested In observing DEPENDABILITYYon
It wee decided that the nursery school procedure
will have charge of the upper I' to visit the school between S and
for the Men' Fellowship on Feb 'I 10 o'clock: any week day. The can always depend on Shop
IT. children'. age are from two anda your Recall Drug Store for
Cookie and coffee were term I half to five. The enrollment Smith-Graves Furniture Co.
y Poof-wise, fmonce-wU women wlH fast take advantage by ,Mr E: K. King and Mrs J. kept under twenty 'In order that letter-perfect prescription Phone 474-J-l ,
of these splendid savings on flne-fltting, eoryoofctg A. McNeil' \ I each child may be helped to eervlce..for a full
". ENNA JtmCKSl) A varied range of short kit, ads of linei Present, be.. broken tires or' discontinued models, but of course twit were Mn. T. S. Chlpley, getting along with himself and e DRAFE0 AND CORNICES
every sloe In every ityle. Do visit ut early-we I e Mrs J. K Jenkins, Mn Gertrude other. Mn Harland Merrlam and skill. ,for a fair price. e TAILORED SEAT COVERS
reasonably lure we have your' site and width. Stanley of San Jose, Cal, Mr. Vaughan Tunnell! are the Remember three point the
Mn. S. F. Matthew" Mrs J. E. teacher eFVRNITTJRE REFINISHED I
Dose, Mrs A. S. Moye Mrs. iols The new Jungle gym and play next time you have a pre AND RECTUOLSTEEED

r DISCONTINUED MODELS McEwen. Mrs, D. M. Hogoboam, court provide many opportunities tcrlpllon/ lobe filled I e BOX SPRINGS RETIED I
I Mrs R. H. Pierce and.Mr Virgil for varied activities. Since the

$; 85 $L85 D. Lyon monkey children'Jungle recent. the visit Jungle Jo gym the GOOD HEALTH TO ALL I Let us brighten your home for the lJ'e'fJliSeOIl tite1I11 /:$ i:

jFJ BIRTh DAY ANNIVERIAUKS Is crowded with all type and
from m!) I holidays See our election of fine
ant MARKED WITH PARTY sixes of "monkeys"-some climbing -
tome hanging and some fabrlca-PlaNcs and Nylon ZlHfl1ll r rmE
The anniversaries of Mn. Wm reaching for Imaginary peanuts.The DIXIE DRUG :
P. Radford and Jimmy Dean
Regularly sell for $8.95 and $9.95 Brothers marked Saturday morning program Includes r-r11'ttt"
were stories, music activities, creativeart For Free Estimate Phone 474-J-I
a. afternoon with a party given In and a lunch ol juice Indcrackera READ TilE WANT-ADS ,e,1fe.
the city park by Mrs Mary Alice followed by a short raton Web : .
Brothers individual blanket The emphasis ''''" " "I"" "" '"''''III'"''''I" "" "III''"I"""'"1111""' ''''""' ""' ''""" """"'""I"""'" 11"11'' '" 4',
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Adult guest Included Mrs. M. ;\. ..
in all actlvltiel 'II I upon '
M. Blggen, Mrs .Annie Couch ,
ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK
learning how to get along with I
.IR.qpDQ7if tin. T. C. Kirby, Mrs. C V. \
Mr Merriam ..
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B.m., Mn. .J. Chandler and say Scdland Bold between Armada and Biscayne Drive fa'f\

Mrs Garland Ch...,. I
j Fifteen, children" were present 1 I'r
to'help Jimmy Brother celebrate Pianoforte and ryVIoIIa" I'I r
his tenth birthday. plteKt
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swats proved feUchhy 2.1 Ib. bq .............$1.07 .
Sliced Bacon Sausage ,.. (vet UOOM-AJD es.KOOM 3 tall cam ., .._....3ge Cams .la today aad SM Us mray ....iW M s
- r ..< .. w..o sswhs Cal Aa rate ...... Panics trailer, slaws at Wt See IMP tkej
Strawberries, Mangos\ ; Papaya, Pineapple, -AO todav et SANDWICHSPREAD Birdseye Frozen .pInI)lase bursae ...don.....-..._ t
Wright Electric MOM kM edgy k'l kept apnUiag. eleaa siaeae|
Raspberries Peaches Mango JptAM .. .Jlc '
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SPINACH II oz. 29c
top sad bane bMrfs are eD as CM pUes eT eoieH{
Lima Beans Brussel Sprouts Bmedeed ftMe .....w Hector Supply Co. PaceMAYONNAISE Sunnyf field BACON 1dI.every..,rou'U...the u.,...DMIIoo. eGee \

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. \. Wb Wells, fir.. Miss .kM betailjliH Mr*. Oartrud* jtojily *t UMtot. New CBS house ft. N W Itth M.
< .... and ...... A. fMNVeb C... la a he***.***a< M -off Krome ave. Two....... LOIi' I .,
atoet Sunday. treeedq bather reds*......H....w. Mr at* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE; all tile bath lee kitchen, porches, ,

f In and JlroundHomestead Sir hi* hot* ta MiUnl, Alt Mra. B. r Matthew. erpeaas nttnajlral llvinroom, f

- lit H ...... dam... 14,1 per month on boat-.fcy boy at Mr In Horn** :
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also Mn. W. & Roberts of DMnorest Ml** Cvytot DttUnaW DM beer taUnr'. Dr. (.'. F Robinson stead Saturday night-Buknawrtst .:
r. Ca, II. .... gtittt of her brother IU at her hoaa *.le week. M7-W (altf) witch which'alKtatdv. wont

and ..... .1II..w.. Mr and __ Will finder pewee. lavtit .
1 N.N..Nw..N.1aY..UNN.N.JAMB For aale-Lot t II U.ioii Pork.
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Sirs. J CbMdlajr. l LaadarPbone' 1 or 8-1,' AaRr4 anartt .
"" M7. and 4 th 1.t Ph. "'.W. (dll-U) WO(
... Mr. sod Mrs. Q. P. day ot HOSPITAL KEWt ... J

tl West Palm Beach spent the weekend .................................... Park Cemetery
Mr. and Mrs' & Heath Holden,, Mr and Mr.. Jot. tyiieh len here a* house 1'1.**.* of Mr.' 1MO a. W. Ith St, MiredFume Farm land, creek' bottom that do trainee MISCELLANEOUSnKUt :: i>
id. Mr' Bruce E. Neublg. Mrs Ant n,J by plane Saturday for their helM I, and Mra. M. 1. F. Stan Mr and Mr'* OlMerd. Campbell 4-7KH I not overflow Ideal for track l
Foulk. Mr'* Green Rive. Mist I In HorneU, N. Y., after apellth( ., Hoaaeatead. are parwtU of.aNa 'A wide selection of metery lot tar.la. < and U....... For detail tl.000 Is the TOTAL PMCB of "
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bam JIlL N at Jaana Archer t moderate price available from o mnall labln on S acre of SANDING and ntU8HINO. -
Emma Jan Rive and Mias Bar' a month, here with Mrs. LdnchYbrotherInlaw write Mrs. W. 8 Roberta, Bem-
Wilbur and Reeee Lee have |Ilarga :
related untold
gI Smtth HeaaMaLA cemetery acre*** cleared landMradrooM ,. IMUH oak and pine floor*,
bar Ann Shuler were amen g t .ncll1et... Mr. and I aNsi. Ot.
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to Jackson. Ml* after Community mauaoleura of .,ftt taphaM and lubber Hit, linoleum.
,I fj, thOM who attended the openAUta" ,, Mr Don E. Ferreyra. Jp Lynch, daughter was born Jan II :
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vialUnf with Mr and Mr'* W M crypt and niche
RANCH Day ph. llt-W, night* 117-W
to Mr..nd Mr: Wm. Heokel of *pact otaa
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In MIa Jr student of Miami
I,, Monday evening ml at University I
and M1) +
Let and Mr. J. E. I.
Camp high and dry HOUSe 01S KROMEI
High School auditorium.tK waa a holiday and week-and Princeton.On acres pmethM.1SOO acree en U
'J bell of Naranja.) They are broth Shirt button-hold made
feet north of AVKNUB De aeteHmmt Of on new
Jan. IS, Mr. and Mr. Frank Bttctyikedr use
home. FOR RENT
__ guest at the Ferreyra .
ere of Mr. Lee and Mrs Campbell Boynton of Costa Hie* became I at a fair prke. Ti. ....1.. fruits; beautifully laftdl ped. Re machine It UcCrory Arcade
r Mm, J. R. Brook was called OWNER MUST t for I9o Also T other the.
Oeo. Shiver la III at his home parent of a baby girl i-I) tIMOO
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if Friday to Albemaile, N. G. U House guest of Mr. and NfL Mr. and Mr. Wadrow Watersof
3W the bedtld of her father U O on N. E. Eighth: ,t. Basil Cud art Mr*. Cud,',i Homestead' art parent of Garage xixU n. alas room 1415 I WB DO reliable witch repairing..
to li )eat who .. ft. nilUbU for cf. office or I. Mad II acres en Dtaier aid Ep.seen ,
|| + I II lit mother and sister Mr J N. Dell daughter born Jan IS. a-bedmom home In excellent 1o. Wood Jewelry McCrory Areid -
K> Mr. and Mn. J. E. Fennel) of and Mr Washburnof appliance ahop. Mrs D. E. Bashor DrI... near KrdUad ..
Jimmy
Inter A daughter WM born to Mr. and eaUwt' I In Redland Dlrtrirt; 10 iBtf)( _
t'' Lady Lake and son. Lee and Jot, Shelby, N. C. Bashor Oaragt ft Service SU.tlon Read. ItM U SIN ar sryr. Very I Ia'I'IAL
William of Homestead of nice aeacrted fruit A
Mr H. A. Aman of JackaM.I Mrs. Olio aerea
have been here at the Gould (111411) easy tfo_ Iou M. Bauer, HomeMead
vltiting IF you HAVE: auythtar.\ U MT,
M tIOeOGeI
vlll* and her baby daughter oa Jan IT Ha, Rt I, Box 415.
home of Mr. and Mrs. John M U need vUltj. .
or jots aeything j
Diane art visiting her with Mra'I David Carpenter of Homestead Miss Emma Jane Rives and FU .
Aman' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown. Th. Fennell recently returned has been a patient In Dade Coun.t i Well of Homestead and J.lra. Large house completely furnished (nia-fl) $1,000 Ik. Ml price of a email i the Swap ::: W* buy mat- J
Also I condition
v $100 mo. .
t. .8heney. from Costa Rica when Hospital. ; Ames Jordan of Hialeah. were per home on Redland Road; ..1IOfteel tresses In stovesIce '
they have made their home for surgery patient this week. cabins, 1 room each, completely For tale: NEW t.bf'droomnil.- remittal5eoo. ) .: bcnea.1e. Th Swap SbClPoI)
the past nine years. While here, furnished. $U per wo. each. Red 8. flagler Art, Hometoad. Phone !\ 'I I
- Guest Monday of Mr. and Mrs tula Waldron of Fort Medical patient Included Wm. land rd. Rout t, Boa I... (/J14tf) Insulited frame home on paved 481. '
they dinner gusts of Mr. (114-W .
were HIGH i \
Homestead Richard will buy S acres of
of ,
Mrs. Rent Gulndon were Mr and Lauderdal I II a boute guest of Green rd. near Homestead Knotty pinewalla \
w$ Mr*. Harold\ Warning and chil- Fennell brother and Ister-ln, tier nephew and niece, Mr. and Wolf of Crt, and Mr*. Lucy porch. Price 14no. Term. phieland lest than S mile from \ '

p', dies
Mrs., Bob Brueggeman of For!
i t I couple, also furnished cottiie.K. HOOF REPAIRS j
.. PMTO. The group caught rnor Avocado dr. RICHARD FUCHS
'I Mr*. Gertrude Breslsu\ Fuller E. alley, eor.
'this 40 pounds' of fishing S-bedroom house unfinished. on Roll roofing, gravel!, thing' *.
snapper i
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ftR of Harrisburg, Pa, writer and end Tenn rd. Ph. 54. (114-21)) ) Registered Broker
.N off Captain R.,', pier .t Card .arecuperating 10 A. at Naranja, ; a few fruit the' end metal roof Intuited i
former Homestead clubwoman
rltd ffund, after a three-month tree*. Total price, ",(11IO caah! John H. Halt, Salesman Quiranteed workmanship by IV J Jcansed I I
'"Jerry" Mower Call Doug .t Ph. 171-R or writ' Robert Smith Ph. 441 or 756-W p.o. Box (I) and Insured roofer >

:' :... Mr. and Mrs James Sutti of stay In a hospitalMr. 147. ISO N. W. 5th .t. llOtf) Rt 2, Box 47S. Homestead21)(/ ) FREE KST1MATF3.: .. '

Omaha, Neb., and daughter Mrs ..
1eV I Sandra Jean, arrived yesterday and Paul Z. Camp a I new half-bag cement miser -bedroora furnished CBS home 110 A. Improved land $33.600. Phone 257IIOMEiTItAD
to make a month' midwintervisit have returned to their home la IV. 147 Tower-Crow.. (mUll) S-bedroom .
dl with
fireplace, screened porch, gangs 100 a frontage FLA.
D. C. after spending
at the home of CoL and Mrs.Ralph Washington > A Urge lot, good 1 locetum hount. ranted for $n month on ":
W. Klngman. Sandra Jean a month here with Mr. Camp'smother Guaranty Roofing (,b. 11
of FOR BALE 11,000 down; balance like rent month-to-month basis. Oost inn
Mrs. Chas W. Camp I
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I II Mrs. Klngman1 god-daughter. See Echot Jordan reflatered Homestead $9,000.
Bauer dr.
Mrs I broker, Ph. 70D-J. l) H.". purchaser for home at Floor Sanding arid tlnllhlna.1:

Capi and John M. Bran' Mr. Mabel Bat of Oak Park, 18J9 Plymouth coupe excellent I 0'121)I I Princeton or Ooutd If 1CK'ltlonl Asphalt and rubber 111*. Phone ;
I non of/Kelly Field, San Antonio Ill, arrived Saturday te spend condition. driven by owner J-bedroom frame hount" on tot : and price art rlcht!: 1B7-.W. (mchStf) ,' .
'1 Tex, and two tons, Johnny and two month at the home of M/ A pnjnlcUa I I. a busy man. Day and night only Harry Cuchlella Palm Drive' 50x150 27 N. W 4th st., Homestead IA bearing grove, J,800. :I .. i
Bobby, are visiting with CaptBrannon'a Florid City, Ph. 88-M. (pW' ) Ph. Miami 3-4 US or *oe SEE ALEX LANIER for well ;,
and Mr*. Frank M. Kent Mr. ht I b read to give succor to those In need of r 10 acre grove with house, $20.000.1
parents Mr and Mr*, owner at IOU S. Mimi ave:. and 1 mortgage, drilling. Corner Kromt ,
Kent la expected home Tuesday Mi cash, 1 year
D. M. Brannon. I from a trip to Chicago, New Car his care. Let us be fair. Do not telethon him FLOOR SANDING and FINISHING Miami. OHIO) at 1% Interest This |Is aa unusual and NE 10th\ *t Phone 639-W.v..1

. i : : lisle Ind., and Cedar Rapid, I a. at mealtimes jut because you know he CIO be Install oak and pin floors, 11 good buy\ I
Mr. and Mr R. S. Grlffi .
pf He will be accompanied by Mr*. reached. ADd do not call him at night, tiniest asphalt and rubber tile linoleum., 10-arr bearing lime grove on WANTED ,
i I Gainesville! \ spent the weekend I Kent' brother-in-law and sides Day ph. Ill-W; night 117-W. NEW 1518WHITEDOMESTIC corner of two prominent rd*.,
calls hip
here with Mrs. Crlffls' mother, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Little of absolutely necessaryCeo6ae your to $7,500.
,,, Mrs Othell Redd. Mr Redd U at office hour **much** can flit t*what
Cedar Rapids, who will visit you end nice horn In
NOW 18 THE TIMEto SEWINGMACHINES 0-acre grove
t keeping the Griffon wanted Bookeeplnf
children t :
the Kent home, . lice hour for. for home and other .
art trade In your old refrigeratoron exchange
service
I Freddy and Eileen, while Mr I : Well-qualified woman
J Grlffi I.I working toward a mas Aldermanand Keep your appointments promptly, or notify him-:aa'adraoct a new NORQE to get highest real' estate In Ilomeslepd.to wishes work of small builnesw 'I :
Mr and Mrs. Lonnl Now AvaUahltt
I ter' degree at Unhenlty of Flor. rade-ln- allowance Harris Refrigeration acre. grow land 1500. where full time not required. Tel
Mrs. Alderman' niece, Miss that it it impossible for you to do ao. la short I t
Ida and Mrs. Grlffls I. teaching Ph. JM, acroM from $169.50 IS acres welMocnlcd glade land, ...-... ( ) \
:- horn economics at Bronson High Johnnie Mae Ho mil ton and, have treat him at you would with to be treated were you the Mitchell Hardware JTtf) Aloe $229!! per acre. (21)I I
moved from Hollywood are I
School I living at the home of Mrs T. physician. A sympathetic appreciation of his problem Homestead Glass Ofc GttM for NEW MOW NOBGR Nice avocado grove with good. eyoveervvve +

Qrfanede, Mrs. Alderman's .- greatly enhance ib* help be can ei... homeslte. '
Jid; all purpove*. W* do tteel sash. 1VASIIINCMACIIINES '
Mr. J. D has been 111 r.UnnED CITRUS
and Mrs Alderman Around 1,000 acre farm land, canto I I ,
ter. Guests of Mr. -
at her home on N. W. Fifth it Sunday were Mr. and Call oa u* for competed prescription tervi*. glaring. Ml N. Kromt. Phone( 171alJtf). : seen by appointment only AVOCADOS and1IANGO

Mrs. Geo Mikell and Mis Gloria i AM 1 year M,pt ly .f seep. Reasonable price reasonable \
i 7-6gt and Mr Arthur A. I
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Kransberier, Jru of Fairbanks, Hugh all of Hollywood. Mrs. ROWAKD JOHNSON. ..... 0.G1adePrescritionSho. BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS availableat fii9.ro 11'1'11III.
Mikell 'and Mae Hughes art Mra.Alderman' I 1-ronm apL house, $30,000. Oa OmameaUls err all klaaVCALKINS ; '
rAlaaka,,'announcing ,the.birth all time Homestead Floral ,,
daughter .. 114111 ft M t fronting .
prom
\ . ._. and Gift Mope) N.W. 4th) it, 7"'JJAJUUSnerhrrraUt.n
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. .of.adaughter:; LyndaAnn.jta 1 -u- w- "r.'I' .. .' nent rd. Can b* arrntpyppulmeant ) I
.;Jan. I In the army post hospital Mr*. Wm. E. FpsselTo'f Coconut tOO e eon tnd tvt. (altf) Co. only, Sunny GroveS .
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.t Ldd Field. Sgt Kransberge-, (Across from MllcheU's) .. \
Palm dr. I* recuperating from Three bimlnpn lite In downtown
CONCRETE BLOCKS, all ibet
Ill I .. ton of Mr. and Mr*. Arthur L. tTJtlnl'! II
HI .
Kraruberger of Redland; rd, It on Influent AIR "NDITIONED Bruce Block Co. Naranja/ Fla Pbene llomettrid.BcnJ.) '
Phone 871. J2S-tf) ML West at Florid City
,
duty the air force cold .
with Warren Morris
)fr. and Mrs. Lester Musgrove PHONE UIWSituation 1
weather testing'' outfit Mrs have returned to their home In : 38 S Krome Ave. Phone IdPO. 1
Kransberger I la the former Mis I.A.: " AI '
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Milwaukee, Wise after a holiday Box 400 homestead Fla. ,
Marguerite Roger of Duluth, visit here with Mr. Musgrovt's I t.
Dr. F. P. Archer Jr. Miami
Minn.
parent, Mr. and Mr*. Robert : ,, Awning
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Musgrove of Epmore dr. Mill
Lt. Cmdr. C 8 Reemelln of !
Miami spent OPTOMETRIST
Joyce Mu'grove-
i 8'' Wildla dr I II Dl In James Archer the week-end with\ her parent Job PrintingField
Smith Hospital I Window
j .. Specialising la Exanlnitloa of the Eye and/ Complete M
Mr*. D. L. Bowen |I. a patientIn
lira. Optical Prescription Service Crate Stencils
I Mr. and L. O. Clonlngcr Victoria Hospital In Miami. II
spent the week-end In West Palm n

'Belch. a* house guests of Mr. andMrs. Carolyn and William Russell DAILY, TfEI. TIIBU 8AT_9.30: to 0.30: Only window that did not admit PHONE 148-H \ I I
Ralph Cannon.
Bathes, children of Mr. and Mn 81 Wed Me.'IT St. Bomestead none II* rain during hurricane
W. W. Bethea of Princeton have
4 Bob Harris of Homestead I I. ill Florida City Press )
been under treatment of a Miami
M in Dad County Hospital. specialist for ear Infection .. When open provides awning shelter from.

rain.
Austin H Armltstead, religious
ha been ill this
Lee
1 and recreational director of Bed-: week Mra. at Cleo her home on N. W. If Santa left you with, a short, Aluminum' Frame and Aluminum Screen. ,.... \ i 1 1
1r land Farm went ----- ,
Supply Camp - - - - -
to Pahoket Tuesday to attend a Fourth at.WANT come see us. No maintenance cc t-no rust, no painting. !
state meeting of director of ml' GENERAL ELECTRIC 1 :
grant work. ADS PAr Opens 80 degrees-provides full ventilation
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Homestead Loan Co. I Operating mechanism has finger-tip control SALES AND SERVICE I I I


All glass washable! from inside-easily re Radio and Appliance Repairs :

L Overseas Transportation Co. I 205 N. Krome Ave. I placed. LICENSED and INSURED 11.
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Collateral Loans-$50.00 to $300.00HOW
; Prices comparable to other windows. CONTRACTOREIGHT 17?

: Modernizes new buildings and old buildingsalike. ;,

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Daily Freight Service

N. Krome Ave. at First St. ,Phone 288-W : "1 I
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Phone 365.W
Is' I Solar Water Heaters
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Miami Terminal: 236 S. W. North River Dr. Insulation I 1


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DICK'S CAGERS I Bob Roper Scores 27, Jack Pope 28; FFA Boys Go Pithing II.ILS. Groups Visit Art Gallery, ,i All MAI male* CtNOHM singer an INVITED Invited to
And 1'lan
Fair
to
Trip
PLAY POMPANOI1ERE Homestead Wallops Riverside, 58-48 FISHING ED rACKlTI NEWSBy Twenty members of Homestead Criminal Court Room, Serpentarium I I"Chorus meet with for pracUe the HomislMd reel Monday Mate

Chapter of Future Farmers of night! at 8 .'dock to HnmMUat
; TONIGHT By JOHN WAINWRIGUT South. Broward, hero last Friday America expect to flea at Card Tripe to the new exhibit gallery Ann Lewis. Shirley Presbyterian. Church Irving J.
; Homestead extended its win N..tt' to Sincere with 17 TIdes fee Caesar1 Cant Sound today as a result of plans of the Tarry Art Ins ltute. Judge Rennie Marks, Marian Plumm.f'l Lyon Is director at the chorus.DcGarmo .
I ; points was Bob toper with It. ... Homestead Canals J made at the meeting of the chap- Ben WUUrdt crimlntl court and Betty Taylor Judy
\ !:Tit champion Dlck'i DriveIII itreak to four straight' Tueedayat The Growers will play Tech ter Manda night In the club- the Miami) Serpentarium! wave Bobby Jo Wolfanbarger Speaks
eager' will play undetected It romped over RIvereMe' Military -I High here Tuesday night, and High I.' Low ..... aoioag fee. activate of Ham ward Chandler Sunday
( Pbmptfto Academy of Hollywood M Miami High In Miami at FrId.y Jaw II .. 3:Mam. 10-Ma.m: On FM 14, seventeen of Use toad Hlgi Stood classes this The nlwoatng of a Jury WM one At First Church of God
it 6:M tonight la the to 48 at the academyHomeetoad night, Jan II. Jaw 11... 7x14 p.... le:+tpm.Jan. chapter member will go to the week.At. the Incident observed
of interesting The Rev J fi
tyMMttead! HUh School The Bob 3*_ 44-la-M.. ll ee..... DeGsrmo of
gym :
t I two big<< tune : .to* Mr IN Twnt*. Three of lie 'the opening hlbitlon of the by Mrs W R. Bird' ninth Miami, field secretary .of the
; defeated the Miami. Muff Roper and Jack Pope, ran up anamttlng Jan. M,.. 4elpm.: IHJpjn.
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quintet i Growers Will boys will be selected to serve asoettle new gallery at the Institute, the grade civic claa' Monday during Florida state missionary board of
f? 11-16 In Miami Tuesday I total of DO point together Journey Jan. 21._ 1:41: s.m litH pan fudges and three, M fruit pupil taw the works of moms of Its visit to criminal\ court Twen- the Church of God, will speakon

night to win the lead In the Roper dropped In eleven I To Melbourne, DaytonaThe Jan lan t3... 141pm.: and vegetable Judges The others the leading contemporary paint- "-three girl ma8e the trip. the board work Sunday morn
five free throws 24 6Jsm 11:45
field goal and : : pmJan.
the will
in
Miami Municipal League Leading for a total of 17 point Pope Homeelead Growers wil 14 6f: p.m. lllpm.Jan. : group observe astraining en in an exhibition from the A* part of their study of rep. tug at the First Church of God,
for
I scorer were Harry Bishop tallied\ nine bucket and cashed i extend their record of five 29 . Ham.: 143pm.Jan. awing as JudgesLast Rudolph Galleries of Woodstock, tiles, Miss. Marjorle) Whitealde'a, announce the Rev Ceo Kufeldt,
:r..to. : each of the Judging
t l year N, Y. Among those represented Mr.
mad field
two lease biology clan a trip pastor DeGsrmo will explainthe
whenthey .
With 17 point and riernojr Lott, In on five of Mo) charity tosses for tonight 20.. 7:45: p.m l:11e.: groups won $5 for the Homestead were Henry Malison, Arnold I
to the Miami Serpentarium where activities and projects)
tangle with the Melbourne Jan. 26 : sponsored
150am.
S3 : 196pm.
:
II polnU. posnteHemnte.d ,
Bulldogs the chapter Blanch, Doris Lee, Georgian Kllt- reptiles from all parts of the,! by the board which aid
on floor
Dick lost B4 to 49 to the led throughout the upstater Jan 26... Itl: p.m ),97pm.
tfiami University froth taut Saturday lilt and held a 29 to 21 advantage The traveling, squad left this Jan IT ... 9:M a.m. J:38 p.mJan gaud, Sigmund Menke and UlIlan world are displayed Of special| In the establishment of new eon.
at 880 .. from Airline Training TopicOf '101 Ie. Rudolph and Lillian Interest was the milking and the I gregatlons throughout the state. .
morning thilocal
: m
night In the preliminary at the mMbreak. The local were I Z'L. B:30 p.m. IM: p.m.
t4 Miami-Florida threatened In the lift quarter I gym and will stay at Melbourne Lions Club SpeakerThe : riolle, who spent last winter forced feeding of rattlesnake. | Public attendance at aU th*
cam when the tadett went ahead by tonight They leave for John and Jim Barker ..ndEame.t here, discussed the paintings with Sunday services I* Invited by th.pa.lor .
.rHarry BUhop led Urn local but Homestead ralliedto Daytona Deach Saturday, play Nelll who fished out of training program for airline . them Chaperoned by Miss Helen IRAN who will have charge of
1 with IS point and Jean Lott two enclth.point with ton Dsytona that night and return Caesar Creek Saturday had a personnel, conducted for the Pope and Jesse Pearl, the student I the evening ...rvlee.Immediate' .
a
t': followed with 10 markers The game pointlead here Sunday catch of 60 pound of nippers past II month by Airline Training group Included Mary Jo (Continued from Page One)
acore' at the halt was U to 22 Inc, sit Homestead Field, was Perburg. Barbara Conner, Anna served on the missionary staff of
Jim Walton, sophomore center, Making the trip for the Grower grouper, yellow tails, grunts,
ta favor of the frethmen.CHl'ICH moved from the B squid will be: Bob Roper Roy Sin- etc John hooked end landed outlined fer the Redland District LouIse Thompson, Clara Stevenson the Angelican bishop of Jerusalem I
wai up Lions Club Tuesday night' by Christina Kllllngsworth Mary before she married Mr. But
Cl'RS to the varsity and cored four core. Jack Pope, Dill Home. one mutton snapper that weighed
;. ;; SPONSORS point In his first appearance' Kenny Grave, Jim Watson, John eleven pounds nine ounces Warren Alken director of ground ton, then teaching .t( the Friend

";A new cub pack U being sponsored with the A'*. Ruchle and Jerry Cox on the Fred Jenkins of Homestead i training Kiwanians Give Boys School at Ramalleh She
by the Sliver Palm Methodist The Homestead Baby Growers varsity, On the B squad will be brought In one of the largest Ojus to lived for a number of year In
Church under the leadership won their game IB to IT In an Jim Booker Bruce Ennl, David black bass ever caught down below .I Silver Palm MethodistsTo Program for Local Club I Amman, capital of the Moslem-

of Robert MacDonnelL overtime period David Frledrlchi Frledrk.ni, Carl Norwood, John the perk He weighed eight Hear Home Supervisor Officer of the OJu Kiwanis Arab kingdom of Tran -Jordan. Service
.1 where her active Interest, In
The aecond of a series of classes and Carl Norwood Ued for highpoint Wainwright and Fred Suber pounds nine ounce and was
Club will demonstration
for parent was held Monday honor with nix points Kenny Sander will go as scorekeeper caught on a IS-pound test nylon The Rev Chaos Thompson, put on a women and girl made her one of
Wednesday evening for Reasonable Prices
eyening In the church by Wm. B. apiece. line. superintendent of the Melh dlstChildren' program the leading foreign women of the
the Florida City Klwanl Club at community, She I* a friend of the
Brick, Miami Scout executive! '- Freddie Fuch also Home In Enterprise,
homestead Shades Brewtrd 4t.37 caught s Parkway restaurant Ray Stirling wives and family of Abdullah,
will speak Sunday morning at
Rocky {S''ncore, Homestead forward Miami-Kcy Went Mail\ large, black HI bass In the aim same terctCory. .i Silver Palm Church Mr. Thompson of the Miami Beach) Club will be king of Tram-Jordan, and hat Quality Workmanship
weighed
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///////Ruses swished through eight field Iklhcry) Bids Asked eight pounds I will give a report on the guest speaker many friends among the Moslems
gosh and a free tot to lead the ounces home at the evening service The Rev, J, E. Jenkins pastlIeuten.nt.overnor and Christian there. ..
hARRY MARKOWITZPlumbing Grower to a 40 to J7 win over Concerning s notice that bid Garland Cheney and party I The third edition of the new and a past Mrs Sutton Is spending four ENGINE OVERHAUL
,' will be received for carrying the off from Homestead fished the reefs I church paper, "Silver Lining' club president,, spoke to the club year In the United States to oversee O
Homestead
mail between! Miami and Key Saturday fend out Feb, Wednesday night at the thirty the American education of .
expected to be by BRAKE SERVICE
,; West Postmaster S. E Livingston brought In a nice catch that Included fourth anniversary of the found- her three children. .
Alfred Hed
the Rev. ur
says 1'1 _._ 0
RATTLERS PLAY II mutton .
I = Balk Tabs and TellrlaKitchen this week Issued the followIng snapperspent pastor. Under the direction -- ---- MOTOR TUNE-UP
e Rink and WashBasins itulcmnt'Sealed : '
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Mrs Roy E. Wittenwyler O
propomlt will be received In t sealed envelope, addressed -
MIAMI EDISON young people of the church gather FRONT END ALIGNMENT
Water Healer. and Pump at the office of the secom 'Second Assistant Post I
the news and get out the paper o
1 Wsler Pipes, Copper sri aulslant ,post master general'unlli matter General Surface Postal I r 3 PAINTINGBOOT

i, : ,Galvanised RHS Diamondbacks, two-time S:IS p. m. Feb, 10, for carrying Transport, Washington 25, D. C'., o
e tell ripe and Drtlati Pip loner this week, will seek to the United Slate mail for the and Inscribed ')tail Proposal, Pet Show, TournamentsSet AND FENDER:
change their luck tonight when term from March 1, 1849 .odor( such Route from Miami to Key West at Kcdland CenterA REPAIR
I COLORED they Journey to Miami High subsequent data as the depart State of Florida, Bulletin Adver o
PLUMBING HXTIIES School. Saturday night the local ment may order), to June 90, tlscment.'" pet show and tournaments SEAT COVERS
boys will play Miami Edison on 1952 on tho star route from Miami for plngpong, ring-tots bean bag, o
the Redland court Fla, to West rook and checker are among the
When in Miami Beach visit our Key 18159 110-picrc U of M\ Hand trruoLSTEJtINOIJNDERCOAnNQ
Showroom at 1220 Wai-hlngtun Redland was edged out by Miami miles and back, with mall stopsat recreational events now being AND O
Avenue, M-4S1I. Tech 30-38 in a nlp-and- Kendall, Pcrrlne, Goulds, Plays Here for SchoolThe planned at Redland Farm Labor rA
turk gome Friday night After Princeton, Nvranja, Home.te.d..10rldl ,. 110-plece University of Supply Center, reports Austin 11Arm'tdtead O
On U, S. Highway N. I tr.lllna111 the way In the Until I City, Hock Harbor, Tav- Miami band opened Its 1949 concert religious and recreational FOfiCELAINIZlNO.
( Near LeJeune Road) quarter Rcdland came clot to ernier, lulamorada, Craig Marathon season here Friday morning director 0LUBRICATION
171 fteulh Dixie. IllghwsyMiami tying the score and Ramrod Key before the assembled Homestead Contestant Ire Invitod to practice MEATSWe
3s, ,.. In in uneventful game at Andrew 'Application for bidding on schools Led by Fred McCall th" for the tournaments In the
i PIs..nlIISBS-45/551-111561 Jackson Tuesday night\, the thl. contract may be obtained In bind will play In the other county assembly hall.Overseas GENER.LoUPAlIt!
Diamondbacks were out-played Homestead at the office of POIt- high school between now and o
. . . . .11. '4233L master S. E. Livingston, Each May A COMPLETE BUMrEI-TO-

application or proposal must be Selection Included In the well- large selection of BUMPER SERVICE
a
carry
Bait & o.
rounded concert were "Light C\

& BURR CABINET SHOP airy"Overture "Perpetual" Motion choice flavorful cuts priced BUDGET PAY PLAN AS YOU IF DRIVE DESIRED-! :,

L i.i.CROUSE from, "Carou"Shephera'KA el," 'Shoutln':,, excerpts Tackle Shop 0WRECKER '

'I' Builders and Remodclers dot water J1lod and I group of marches 1.I&1"'j 4. ., .. V right l for Budget ,? BERYICE "
PesrU Homestead bandmaster e ,COMPLETE ROD AND''' : your J; ).,. rBirdChevrolet--
led the musician In "C,/ Ctpllan"by r REEL REPAIR :

..... Fine Woodworking a Specialty and worry Souse. e FISHING! Co. ; k
{ After the concert, refreshment -
Electric and Acetylene Welding INFORMATION Stock o'n the '
I were served by the home I up energy yo'uneed 117 N Knee An. >,

economic department under the .,., Y 1
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SILVER PALM DRIVE-ONE Phone Itl-MILE W-l WEST.OF U .. 1 ift\ oldiashionBdH.tt.lBIV\ direction Haulm.n, of Mis Bertha NiU 8. Stems Aye. Ed PacetU j for active winter days. Homestead Phone o II, ."


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I Saturdays. continuous to 11 pm
Last Times "RIVKU LADY" Sundays, continuous I to Try Reliable
Today: u uv. 11 p.m.
Monday thru Fridays, show It's the safest and cheapest in the long run.

SATURDAY Jar -Double Feature Precram I at T and It p.m
. WILLIAM BISHOP, GLORIA HENRY EDGAR BUCHANAN In Sun-Men Jaw U-14 Strongr,'sturdy timber makes strong; support for "Redland Brand Fertilizers"MANUFACTURED

i ,. "ADVENTURES IN SILVERADO" SCOTT BRADY CHARLES your home-your wails, your floors, your beams,*
t (Hooded outlaw, lusty frontiersmen, untamed women) RUSSELL DEFOREST KELLY: In
; And CHARLES STARRETT, SMILEY DURNETTE In "Canyon City" and anywhere else where quality wood Is needed.
; "UUCKAROO FROM POWDER RIVER"

(Roaring range warfare, soaring prairie melodies) Tues.W'ed, Jan II." IN HOMESTEAD
RAY MILLAND ANN TODD. .
: t UNDAT M4 MONDAY, I... II-S4 ,GERALDiNE!: FITZGERALD In DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO GROWER
:RED SKELTON, JANET BLAIR, HILARY BROOKE In
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i :. "TilE FULLER BRUSH MAN" My W. D. Home Co. Inc. .
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i (Red ring the ball with every bell he rings.! Only 100 laugh Jaw SLU ,i I .
to a customer) ROD CAMERON. 1ONA / "
'-I Atttis "Casey Bird." CarteM rata; New-Three\ TreubledoerO Come4yt MASSEY In Hardware and Building Materials I . ;'' , All Popular Mixes\ on Hand ".

"The Plunderers"BaU FRANK U SKILL Owswr = '
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TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Jan M-Ig 11 N. Krome Ave. Phone 277
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i ABBOTT and COSTELLO with LON CHANEY, BELA LUQOSI. Any Amount Organic Desired
BRIAN DONLEvY, MARIAN
; JANE RANDOLPH\ HOPKINS In Special Mixes\ on Request (one-ton ,lots only) ,
"Abbott and Costello
i/ Meet Frankenstein"The "Gentlemen' After Dark"Alto
( monster* ol menace vs. the matter of mirth)
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:J. ZOOIC ALBERT, GALE STORM JAMES CLEASON, BINNIE. Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. '
BARNES In a K. E. ttk 8T. and 1st AVE. I
"THE DUDE GOES WEST" (Oypesite Chsaaber e* Cessunere BMg)

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and< winds up. ; ) ;:M.lriratelet / AUTO ,TRUCK TRACTOR REPAIRING i Phone 16 Henry R. Pridgcn, Mgr. Homestead 11..

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