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 28, 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: VID00645
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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The Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper Since 1912 \

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'36th Year No. 4 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1949 Price 5 Cent,
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LICENSES CUT General Approval of Un-iCId; Selling 1 3CARRIERSTOMAKE2TRIPS '

: Vegetable Growers' Field Day I Voiced by 100 .Lime and Avocado Men\


BYCOUNCILATCALLED General approval of '. unified for the agreement, which will be I DAILY OVER ROUTE APPROVEDIN

i marketing agreement proposed by' operative only after M per rent I

Slated Plot florid Tropical Fruit Grower of both the avocado and Urn pro
at Experiment duction of this area. t* commuted '
; MEETSweeping was indicated Monday night by toll. SKULKED HOMESTEADNo

more than I hundred growerwho The agreement'wad! read; *kn<. ,

I attended a meeting of this President Julius E. Pierce tin '
most recently organised co-op. phasUed that no commitment ordeal t
On East Glade Thursday) cut in proponed license eratlve association In Redland ha been mad nor can be I Mail Receptacle, Homestead city roan delivery
taxes for IMO were made ,
School auditorium made with any packer or market No Mall win begin here Tuesday In the
by the homestead city council The signatures of more than organization. without the grew-, Delivery,
Monday night when a record twenty; new growers were addedto era* approval and the Bwrwers1 Warns Postmaster approved mid-town ana, announce l'
number of business and profee- Indorsement already obtained commitment of their fruit Postmaster 8. E. Livingston.

i i' j I Dad Counl'eaelable growers{ Pcrrine Massacre Marker atonal men accepted the cityfather1 The membership unanimously .A ,,",' were tkaa IN To qualify for the .service
"' ire Invited to a field day to beheld SCENIC GUIDEENDORSED Planned for Keys Road Invitation to meet with demanded that the association Nina. have reed. knee patrons must provide suitable
at East Glade experiment them and work out an acceptablelicensing proceed to achieve the objectives ..
GOLF COURSE delivery wh e city earner eer malt receptacle as well as house f
station ra the North Canal at Permission to place a bronze program. set forth In the marketing agreement vie, Marie next Taetday less number visible\ to the carrier
marker on the Overseas Highwayat Adoption of the controversialnew centralised etlllng\ orderly UUM II Mmes had hart amide4 1
rd at o'clock next
Allapattah 1 BY Matecumbe out from t his line of travel. ,
Lower to point occupational licence ordinance marketing,minimum prices, equitable wltt Mil receptacles whet ,
:Thursday morning After the pro- tlio spot on Indian Key where the will be given final consideration GETS TRY OUT picking tchedulej and stand the delivery lerrtlery .eras ear One of the ala letter boxes to t
gram there the group will visit) Indians massacred Dr Henry at an adjourned meeting ardisation of packages.. ..,.. .e* Wi" .Bet.ay,* feat.amater be set up at strategic points (In '
the, tomato experimental farm at ? Perrine and other while settlers of the council next Monday night Also approved wee the plan to & E. Livingston aaMy4erday the has
delivery area, alreadybeen
Highlands.. C. OF C, BOARDWholehearted In J840 hat been granted the If the new ordinance it not obtain ell the growers' signature / Installed at the aoutheait

"If we can Ret an early start Everglades Chapter of the Daughters adopted by Tuesday, Feb 1, the THIS SUNDAY for the marketing agreement and ".?** tkewh wrtUesi rtsjamt. corner of Flagler eve and Mows,
we can complete the entire program I' of the American Revolutionby present ordinance will continueIn then to work out an oper.Uncplan have tee file rN hen* ,.*. st The required marking of the.
by noon" says County the state road department effect. for approval tf tile grewees.The livery M man will ko tellveredt street
was completed this week
Agent Chas. H Sttfftnl "Here Is endorsement of
Granting of the permission was Concern of Homestead businessmen went
membership on '
heane If the nail .
any ree,* by the Mon.
city after a
the growers' opportunity to see the Redland District Scenic Guide, \ to of the marker Increaites. In license : survey
subject approval over steep The Redland Golf and Country (Continued on Page Six) wit has Bet keel prevMed day revealed that some points I
what the experiment station is which design and location by the state fees specified In the I
will be published under pro- Club will open officially! for play Mall fer seek stares felll" he were not adequately narked.
doing on new vegetable varieties, the sponsorship of the South Dade maintenance engineer (Continued on Page Six) 6n Saturday, Feb._ 5, announce ret nd ie the peat efflre zed "Two routes will be established ,
\ diseases, Insect control fertilizer the I President J. L Burton The AUCTION CHANGESFI' held U ttiMiral the "
elc." Garden Club, was voted by delivery er to be served by two carriers, J
tots
I $l0M10 nine-hole course. I Is described test emc hex fee Urk H Mid Mr Livingston, "and these .
Dr Ceo. D Ruehle, vlce-direc- Redland District Chamber of Hospital Group Elects Mrs\ Tibbits .
II ; as one 'of the finest In kd bees ordered. Iran ferrei will be a parcel post route covering
tor( In charge Station of who Subtropical will talk Experiment on Commerce directors at a meeting I Sets $25 as Life Membership\ Dues the South by the architect, R. T MONDAY FOR the entire city delivery
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will Monday night Lawrence, who also \Designed the limit which will be served by; a L'
vegetable varieties, introduce
members of his station staff who Herman Heinlein, a chamber'vinpresident I Indian( Creek. Boca Raton and FARMER MARKET CITY DELIVERY third carrier
have been conducting Important and chairman ofthe ,, Mr*. D A. Tibbits,, war-Urn to the drawbridge on the Keys. Miami Shores courses. Th course The carriers: who will aerve
[head of the Red Cross In South Annual due were sat at one U located on the 120-acre club, the two city route by bicycle,
at potato the station's and tomato two branch experiments farmiDr garden beautification club's Improvementand committee r Dude was elected head of James (Continued on Page Two) tract on N, Krome eve. between I' Important changes In led hour BANS ONE-CENT will\ leave the post office for the
will : I Archer Smith Hospital Auxiliaryat Silver Palm and Coconut Palm of auction at Florida City State morning dollvery..u.a a.m. The,
D. 0. Wolfenbargw which worked out the scenic route
Its second held Jan drive, Local golfer plan a preliminary : Farmer afternoon delivery Is
meeting being
speak on the recent developments and planned 'the guide, told his I Market will be mad LETTER RATE! ; 0
'' tl in the council room of Home- i try-out Sunday scheduled te leave the post office ,
In Insect control plots; Dr. R. A. fellow board member that net LEGISLATIVE Mondiy announces Msrkatmaater -
; I stead city hall. Older officer A portable building donated by at 1 p. m. It will however be ,
Conover on newfungicide caperImentr proceeds from the sale of advertising C, S. rldli!
t choaen A. F Arthur will be In use aa I: When city matt delivery service delayed'whan t .
were: first vlecpresident.Mrs. ; necessary; con
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on truck; crops; Dr John in the guide will be used! to" ,.Ben Archer; ',second-vice JOB ASKED BYJack caddy house and pro shop. Addl.' All rlpes, pink and on....*.. Ma.llshed In Homestead. .o nect with thej.alm .., .6
L Malcolm fertilizer test
on plots for roadside I
pay flags which w preut emt, Mrs.. of ve j ot 911t11I t ... -- B&.Mwl'l*} -
"; t of potatoes and tomatoes! and Dr. mark lh*,roWe.t"f .i. .Roy, Tracy pas 1. .1tw1it" Jr.! tapyifViintltmet! Ule ... ..
ere 'iJr e rlc r.= epll 1 A nt'1'oKNE1\\ covet f to . b* offered ailrt' i snail addressed to the general de to 1st connection at Miami, ,
11\\ ., iw. mif" v* *f absence' from*Is regu Dodd.; .5; F, :""' .' SUM II headed the Pro for the new club Is L. K. auction which will be held liveryand post DUke bogs of "The one parcel post delivery .
o( potato tuber work to devote his entire time I)pomlnatlng q committee: M, Turner, Homestead attorney (Mac) McLaughlin, former Eastern : promptly\ on the hour beginningat this .ptflce will be discontinued, dally wilt leave the post office
---- \to getting out the guide In time I Air Linn pilot and operatorof 1 o'clock announce Postmaster 8 B. Livingston. at 130: .. m.
for distribution at the Dade) County The auxiliary voted to meet on on Tuesday announced the Whale Harbor Ep on the Grower are urged by Phillip\ AH first class mali, regardless The city carrier will make
KIWANIS\ CLUB Fair March 4 to 1), His leave i the fourth Friday evening of each hi*legislative candidacy for the left Dkd vacant County Keys. Mr McLaughlin makes his to bring their produce early In of ate destination or two drlivtrle dally Monday ,
poet by
will extend through th* fair datesso month In the city council room. home on N; W. Eighth eve in the ,afternoon u the buyer are' delivery point will b* subject) to through Friday, and one deliveryon
that he may also: devote time I,, Its territory will extend from the death of State Representative Homestead reluctant to stay after sun-down.' the rat ot three cents an ounceor Saturday-In the morning. The
BEGINSVORK
\ Richard Oelkers, Jr Jan 21 ls
of the northern boundary of PerrinFLORIDA fraction thereof. parcel post delivery 'will be made
to his duties u chairman: the the qualifying deadline for the Construction of the course was Approximately S2.2U field \
chamber of commerce committeeon race for which The party primaries slowed by last summer's heavy field boxes of tomato were auctioned AU ,patrons of the. Homestead (Continued on Page .Two) ..
ON TOWN\ PARKGiven arranging Redland District CITY will be held Feb T and rainfall and the two fall hurri the tint three day of this post attic, he laid, are urged to
(Continued on Page Two) I is, and the election Mar 1. canes. However Mr Lawrencehas week \to bring grower about take special note of the discontinuance
official by the Son of Chas. G. Turner, former . atsured-lhnlub officers that 1171631. Phillip report. High' of the drop Utter rat, NO DECISION YET
council approval Tuesday Rotes Hear Maj.\ Smith NAMES DEGLER chairman: of the Dade County the'standing water dll not harm price was It.10, sod average aa;aft first claw m.llilot bearing .1
Florida City
but rather benefited the link by price, 1774 at leas) one rate-three cents-
of HEdwards Make Inspiring Address school board, and Mr*. Turner '
Bryan ;
development MAYOR
night I Mr. Turner came her from killing the squatter grasses and A fair volume of bang brought wUl b*' returned to the sender STATESi
Into town -
center Park,by the a Florida recresUonal City, Major Rutledge Smith, retired TO TOM\ POSTHarry Baltimore with Ms parents In harmful parasites. from $3 te IS to for TeMkrgreenl, for the deficient postage. i
Klwanls Club got under consulting engineer from Nashville 1821 He was graduated from Herman Helnleln served as I I and t. for Black Valentine and, 'Mall not bearing th*' 'return Mayor T E. Kirby said yesterday ..
Wednesday morning. W"I ,, Tenn., who last month Degler resigned Tuesday: Redland High School In 1838 and chairman In charge of construction :- pole beans. A light volume of address of the sender will be sent that he had mad no decision
S Marshall Degler. temporary moved to a home he bought in night from the Florida Clt'l'Oun. from Duke University with anA I I squash old for around 14 I II to the dead letter office. as to whether he will disqualify '

chairman of the club development Florida City, was the speaker at cll which appointed him town B. degree In 141 Upon enlistment himself as Judge In the case of t
committee wu appointed per Wednesdays noon meeting of the maintenance man for a' six-month in the Army Air Forces Ford Truck Times Has Color Spread j Free Service OfferedIn Arthur J Vlankenbeck. chargedJan. !
munent chairman Wednesday Homestead Rotary Pub. period. A successor to Mr. Degler during the war he served two I Income Tax T wlth> resisting arrest, diM,
"I; night by Klwanta President Ceo Casual guest at the luncheon will be appointed at the next year In the Pacific theatre He On Winter Farming at Homesteadand Filing lurking the Pac and destroyingcity
'I 'Arbogast' Named to work with meeting were Rotary District council meeting was graduated last May from Free advice, and assistance In property. Blankmbeck, local ,
j Mf. Degler were !dw. Tlsdale. Governor Mort McDonald of De- Permission was granted Chas Duke Law School, where he was filing Income Us return will be dairy worker suffered a broken I
; Grady Lofton. Herbert Hunter, land and Mrs. McDonald who F M.nn0\ erect and operate a an honor student and a member KtllTOH. NOTKl n. fnlluwlnt ..fllfW.bMl early; potatoes. available la taxpayers from 10a. arm while In }Jail and alleges It
& Glenn Schroeder, Tony Oucclardo are visiting In the Greater Miami filling station on his property on of Phi Delta Phi Internationallegal .tuul tomirlM Sovlh Itate 4 K.NM.<**m I*IM. 'r-H, .T H.i= ,These winter vac.Uon.f.rm.ra. m. to B p.. m on Feb. IT and was the result of I polie b *tIng I
and John Becker region the southwest corner of W. Palm 'fraternity Mr. Turner recently Oowaur1 PnN Tnrk Tim* H WMrriUMi owe their good fortune to the U when Deputy Collector Jot. W '

t The bulldozing and Clearing of or Face *v*. and Cave eve Taken Into passed l the elate bar examination .l>.........tt....ltd lo Crw mice! .fc... Pal IhoKmuJ Uwwr wllk : Florida land boom bubble which Hamilton will be at the Horns- After being stayed by circuit'
about three acres of high hammock Buy consideration by the council in and Is engaged In the burst In 1821. It was then that stead city hall court order last week from trying
land fronting on the old Vehicle Owners Warned granting the' request were petitions practice of law here. Battling snow drifts and bitter James Sottlle, a hotel man from At ptoyidtd by law all persons Blankenbeck. Mayor Kirby was
Dixie Highway was begun this signed by 65 persons In favorof "Major Issue In my platform winds In winter always lies been Charleston, South Carolina, took whose total Income In 1141 was given opportunity to disqualify )J.
week. All trees, some of them Motorists who do not display the construction and IS persons : wilt be the location in Dade considered the accepted fate, of a look: at some land lie owned t800 or more must file return on himself in a "suggestion' filed, '
from three to four feet In diameter I JM vehicle Ug are subject to opposed. Town Attorney County of the proposed state northern farmers. But on 20000 near Homestead, Florida, and saw or before the Mar IS deadline, I with him Jut Friday by Con L.
are being preserved for arrest, warns the state motor Ernest Roberts advised the council medical end dental college, says acre of lush tublroplcaland\ 30 It not aa a mass of tangled foliage Mr. Hamilton says. All original Knight of Miami, attorney lot
shade Long range plans call for vehicle Inspector for Dade County. as to the legality of the construction Mr Turner "false endorse adequate miles south of Miami, a small and underbrush but a* a lush copies of wltholding statements BUnkenbeck.
the filling In of the low acreage t Since Tuesday, which markedthe which was opposed by flood control and the advancement group of ,sun-tanned tiller of the farming area. must be attached to the return Change of venue in the trial' to t r
fronting on the Overseas Highway clone of a ten-day extensionof Attorney Vernon W. Turner on of the public school soil each winter fish and swim SotUl figured h* could, by applying for which: either Form 1040 or tI.! Dad County Court of Crimea, i
and eventual development of the Ug purchase period, approximately I'behalf, of I M. Carpenter and program. It elected, I assure cooperation I under cerulean skies while raising. modern farming method 1040A may be used Th. return or similar court and impartial \
the entire flve-acr tract with SO arrests' have been: John C. Kemp, owner of property with the Dade dele a profitable second crop of tomatoes turn till rich soil Into a winter must be filed with the collectorof judge and Jury outside Homestead,
picnic and playground facilities. made each day, he said J' In the vicinity. .a t1 n." potatoes, squash, snap beanson garden which would put lusdous Internal revenue for the district were asked In I petition to Circuit
red tomatoes on northern dinner In which the taxpayer lives Judge N. Vernon Hawthornefor .
table and Important folding or hat, hla principal place of the writ of prohibition against i
(Continued on Page Two) bushel Mayor Kirby.
'II II NUDIST CAMP OKAYED BY COUNTY ZONING BOARDGranting




of the application of mile west of Longview rd. and and by Boy Scout leadership In before the friendships were mad,* their eyes, as the camp-site U USE THIS BLANK
for one-fourth mile south of Lucille later years. said Mri SJuplee.$ That tiowaver, in the center of the Suple 40- -
J. Reed and Zelda Suplee a dr Zelda his wife, I college graduate doe ,nol Indicate' they are interested . acre tract, and to, get to it the ., .;
permit establish a nudist camp and did editorial Irf'' U for themselves. It visitor must purposefully travel
Reference filed by the Suplees writer to the Lader-EnUrprle of street and house
notify your
on a 40-acre tract four miles with the toning board mclude work on romance humor and merely Indicates the IJYI- nd. first by unpaved public road., . .
southwest of Florid City was letters of recommendation from crime for Bernarr Macfadden let-llve friendliness of a progressive then by a winding private road number If you lire within the new city mail delivery area and

I recPmmended by; the Dad County the Palmerton Episcopal rector, I magazines for IT year and edited city through the tract you wish your paper delivered. Otherwise your copy of the '
the editor of the Palmerton Post\ children': magasine. "W are willing to explain our The tract southwest 6f Florida Leader-Enterprise will continue to to to your old post office box
board the
II toning t* county the former district attorney, the 1 Both gave up their vocations idea, and principle freely and City was bought through Mr. '
commission Tuesday. Commissioner doctor the dentist, the state police and developed use THere Suplee to correct' any misconceptions that Earl Martin and Mr. Eleanor or the general delivery window.
1 .Preston B. Bird of Homj i>edV'and tradesmen and neighbors hi farm Into a camp resort for families may *>lst W* do not want to do Froscher early in 1'4I after the < 1

to whom the matter was referred' Palmerton. All testified to the I seeking outdoor recreationand any proselyting, but we do want Suplees had "shopped" In Florida ., ., ,
o moral character of Mr. and Mrs. sun-bathing In four seasons to reassure any 'membera of the from Brooksvllle south In search :
that be would leek Date .. }
said yesterday . _
Into who do not understand needs. W N"NNMNIINN..MM.MN INM"NN NNMNN NN-Iw _
Suple and to the high standards i Sunny Rest mushroomed one community of a alto that fitted their ,
exprestionatof public opinion eon, of conduct maintained at the : of the largest and most popular what a nudist camp Is.Qttieni __ j | | Mjft '

ccrnlng It. j jMr Pennsylvania amp j nudist : the country. of your communitywill Name___..... :.. .....-..:.....:.......----......:.N.._.._ ,.,. ,
I and Mrs Suplee' are oper-' Suplee, a gradual: in mechanical I Mr and : Suple have three not suffer because of. the : TIIE WEATHER : e ., ; ,f ,

w atop of Sunny test Lodge, .1 engineering welding\ developed some for ;! children U 8. Army, one In of the whom Pacific.Is In th* they advent,may of an not enterprise undft'Itand-and\ which! "I OffbMl :_ .w......... New tddress ...}\_.,.....:0.HUIIIII...................._.__...;..........._...:.....-
Important processes .
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nydlat at Palmertoa. Pa Ia.nan No.) Street Av*., a' ,
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ramp Douglas Aircraft during the recent Suplees cam Homestaad therefore,, object to. Homestead : ,or. 9
The local project to be calledSuVny war. He became Interested In I.J'October .to' for will 'Just be lightly aware of a ..*.)....| put
t Palm Lodge, Is expected nudism on the West Coast and action on their application for a few more out-of-town car forth Jan. M,._.. __ _M 51 JO II (Be BUT to prefix N. or 8, to Kroro or Fligler avenues and NW: -NJt, LIV. i orr

I to. Include a hotel, apartment when transferred to Pennsylvania a toning permit. Suplee has season, a few more people attending Jan 11__II II SO.M 0.21 ,: I' I i, 1*;' 1 ', \\0 ether streets 01' avanuas.)' II;; ';. t
\ worked is and the Seminole Theatre or Jan U 14 14 "SO ,
buildings and a swimming pool purchased a run-down remote a painter carpen ---- .
and ihuffleboard. volleyball and farm for th*" family's .weekendand ter. shopping for postcards-auid. yes Jan. U-U M M.M -
teams court The nudist camp vacation recreation. His love ''We law made many friends\ clothe." Jan. 14--M It 10.1 "
el proper win be In the center or for outdoor living was fostered by Id Homestead who understand Neighbors can not protest Jan. M_. ._M M W.U 001 >,
lh"* to-ecr tract which ia two _hls experience\ M aa Eagl) Scout nor about nudism than they did against "Indecent exposure"forced Jan M__ ___.U $0 1011
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{ Page Two HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE. Friday, January' 28. 1949


I 4 but difference. aria to''
may a*
The I In:1r1112O I : :: I the mattiBd* twllad. for It* fulJUtMfM.

i Lcadci t. ROM ODR MAIL BOX Tluj Gadabout .. ..... eels *.I CRAWSHAW 'ENGINEERING CO;
t >EntcrprisettMW t f.I ,uldtil by law wide to exlandiiiltHN. \

Years not akr In the field nfthoerertlcil ant ENGINUIINQ a SURVEYING
has./ Ica gqn. .
IIr SkiM. Wd iii Frn.yrs kMwIedg but ahn
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t. 1 LETS WORK Wfni OUR COUNCIL 0. A. CMW8HAW I
-- --- - --- In that. of practical tearhlnuncKtoctod PHONE 1-aaa

n..rMh .", I'N.t.tr : -. -=: . for to long I believe I L. IL rOIEmiur : I II 'Wet FUgler" Street
jKy,. NWI ........ ..... .. 1..ae.lana. .
... Salem eases w h .-.dN..Y Editor: Leader-Enlerprle: .........., tI IU 1 that do teak. Ian be more truly r. THOMAS
) a. ere w.oar dw W*. the people el Homestead I want to take this opportunity w. returned to our hotel alter demorraUt than makuwr higher AiMrUtrt MIAMI 1C. FLA. 1 1 1I

as ran Nema.d. ... ...echo.....,Od.-h.. se..me l-.. exertl-ed our right' went to lie of (hanking our counellmon aw I wonderful dinner_ and muchranveraatton aludtee. available to the 1 lea* fortunate "
/ N. N..rne4 earth, ae1. poll and! by a IllIorIt'OIl the eo-operatkM and. attention -which I did notundrttn4 m_ UniveralUe inual
: : SonoKhUu wed. .... U. ,lilt.HomjMMd elected our honorable mayor and they qua the petroleum Induatryf ....ftbout the govem- 110be\ reeerved for those who i

::" AMIflClM '. uf aeveii councilmen to guide' our rMjr' tart Monday nig. *.* fa tent My 'FrarlliM" 'rlen4 kwlIWMrf wire. K> study, or the one wink /

WAIT VTJINRL =11f1lOlf 'III/II/ II!!!:IUIIfUlffllll11! !!! 6gllll/ llIIRI!! J mi ojijr through their term t ti, regard to licensee for the OM> and left at fee hotel d**| go-Mucatly able to afford
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(torn.'* log yeah 1 believe far kt. Pfttli'i Mliag* In HMf It Bet ttr ,1thOllt\ who are Intellectually -
won MMljf 'Io* Personally I think It I II high prove to the people of Ilomerteed Halt 'I'b. fmt thlSg In the mom- worthy . Industry "LateBfeht"Control J
p IMl11FIMN' a..1III i. lib /r Aa/1Alyal. ''l. g time that the general ,' public! that our council I Is willing to e*. Ing I deetdMl. . to Hart reading M and OMMterc are Improving and ,
I. ..... faa.lr' _. _. agaliwl Key Weal FlayrM nhould work with our mayor end operate with the peiple. If the . to lit posted for the rent" Cf developing, and If putting aside
OawM..l'DN., e 1I qLN&, : WfI1J Pill ftrartlcy, .VnlM i Koixl rmmcllroen to mk' our eMy a people will take that chip off my atoy. In South!/ America all iIO/lI1I./ and Indeed of waging
_. ;j,t.... Qe. 11.111 ."'aC dro '" Leg M>4 better place to live andi their ihouUera and put their The WM one tt the paragraphs claw warfare w* united all our
'; 4\1 .n"'Wi i do builne' In. for ouraelve and l"OUldereru, wheel of progr**, In rron'l menage that *., effort. wR will find the road to it with DuPont "Parzate"s:
girl ; ; neweei/iss that com to swell our soil oilhonorable / friend had marked for me!: truproperlty . Scientific In- now available in s
..-4 ..*...| rt**. Mill MltMIlll. In* ' la m 1 1aey : Instead of criticizing
W.rrl II M tW rasa Wfk MrtnrU. population and ipend their money mayor "I also ronaidcr that one of the vertigattoh\ art, and literature ir- WE'/FABLE formulations. ':
.,.,_I.,4. ., .*.! was. Ml .f Frances flame, Caroline her. every move they make. foremost duties of a leader I II to acquire Increailng Importance
Hurt I, m*. Anderson France Drown FlolaePradlev I Instead of condemning our I One min'i honed opinion. maintain the cultural level of thus enriching universal culture" I '
and IW erU Horn. . I I honorable mayor and our council I C r. HOWARD. his people a* the moat precious The electing of a president It Field Service Representatives! will I'

"''A irNRIeetfin", \V" 1\1\ red* men on the it-eel end byways Homestead, Jan 17. WT. InherItance handed down from not done through an electaral gladly help you with your disease
Concerning: Butterflies detiii. of Florid.. CHf asked" the for every thing they do, I think generation to generation. I do college at In the United States,,, r' and) insect problems.
? r, E. C. rtiflroad for a grid w* should net* with them give Dixon Line not believe that there ran be but by secret ballot Each Individual .
'l By Aaal' Maybew FIU.vltoti proainj ever the track at eke, our Suggestions and co-operat They enjoy the light' along the dlacrepancle on thia bask! Ida votes directly for the We Urge you to' place your orders
1 read that butterfll convtnaBy !IUllnt' U"teNt. terminus 01 I wholeheartedly with them They way, too, for while they do gamble president, and there li a law that these
for
(upcMonlc. sound, SgMh A\,... ." I proved: to me through lilt Monday a little on blight and pests' Lauderdale hospital auxiliary. If they do not vote they are now uniformly. high qual-
So 1 think perhaps that (hey have "A boy was born to Mr. and nlghl't meeting that they t they figure It I I. a whole lot president, will ipeik. punished by law ity fungicides.

brains' Mrs Low Kdwaid. Of Gouldi on I went lo end will, cooperate to? eailer life and a more rewarding Though Mn. Jenner hu not Faruto llqald I II gniriite-J 11% entIce .bgredlonU.FOK . Z
And know their wy aroond. Jan I*. .. the benefit of our city\ and air, one than trying to pick the dally completed appointment of her

"Mr Oertrude; H. Fuller spoke' double at Hlaleih. memberthlp committee she reports INFORMATION AND IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 'SEE
At leart the night that we had
on the statue I of Women for the Ford tractorto meet require And they get lUll tan too. that 12 Iffe-membenhlp
frwt, guest day program of the Worn. ment of the unusual' terrain.Suttlles / check hive been turned In. In slti'Y R. W. Brown & Company
When about to to bed
go an'l Club ," tie South Did the life membership Hit ire: Dr Ife's
I firm HOSPITAL GROUPContinued ..l 4-J17J
Mla
They shunned the dead twigs Geulde-rhon* II* Sealh -rhen
had "On I the flu lint are: )dl'. and Farms Corporation, doean't en- and Mr Carl F Robinson, Mr
they uNd
x And choe large leaves Insead Mrs A. T Davi and annual ion, gag In actual farming operation. ( from Page One) and Mr E J. Dyal Mr and Mr. # \ nONE' Glade and Grove Supply Company
A. T.., Jr. Mr. 3. A. Smith! How. Bealde renting Und to tenant dollar, and life memberships, at W. R. Bird, Mr ind Mr. Howard
ard Johnann, Jason Avery Letter farmer. Solute and hla two aorta 121 The life membership fee, it Johnson, Mr, and Mr. Jim rrlnceton-rhon* lei
MAILMEN Arrh.r.'L. Jima Jr., and WIUKm" devote. wa decided later will cover a Sharp Richard Fbcha, Mr and For Lubrication. .
.. ''
I full Urn' to maintaining the rode' life membership for both husband Mr.. Walter Well. Luther Chandler tecasae Collins Feed & Supply CompanyN.
(Continued from Pag- One) ind canals and to reclaiming "land and wife Mr. and Mr*. Ben Archer, SNSt *. FS.GRm.
FORD TRUCK TIMES lies
daily Monday through Saturday, plot ar* laid, out In lghty-cr, "Allx m.rle. such 11 the I.I to Mrs. Lena Link, Cipt\ and Mr. il
'n "Notlcei were distributed 6n (Continued from Page One) sections, although smeller tract be are serving! hospitals throughout Carl Von Paulaen and Mr and I learnedthatwede Miami FU.-rhooe 7-7611 ( .
Thursday, Jan 13 to each iddreai may be rented. On cooperativegroup the country," laid Dr. Carl Mn Vernon Turn.r.Brooks ,
.. , to be benefited by th* city de. miney In the pocket of farmer however, I II, planting .,aDO F Robinson of the hospital board -If rc -t-- std
who wintod to take a working th.rolll
_. IInry aervlce. Patron who acre All kinds of vegetable are who WM liked to tell of the localhoiplUli f
vacitloi under Klqilda'i warm Job tora
)
expect to receive carrier tervlcear
grown, but tomatoes, aquaih' ,map need ;
reminded that lervlce cannot winter sun bean and early pol.toll are ins -Flrit of all It should have a Inc. very NEED LUMBER? \
,4 b* alerted to any address until 11 wasn't an cany job for Soltlle, main crop rhlldren'l ward. Trill could be resaeasbleprice
all requirement. for nrvlc hav but he managed 'to obtain an BFClnn At word ipread. of the comfortable provided for with a thousand 1
.- been m."" to flntmce laving pf r the good profit to be mad in thl dollar Second the hospital,
In the dlitrlbullon of the lOlL. ills ,ambitious program of aouthern-moet'oultlveted' area of really| needs another wing, For Tire Repairs. . '
notice, 118 were delivered to rccUjmtillon call for 400 m'lti' the continental' United Statei and that would coat 25000. If 'i

private 't'b and morning of 50-foot han) rock roads and more and more farmer loaded up w* had* ten or fifteen thousand Oldest Completely a.bfI'lult.ur Save Si H re'i
:. nou>ei! 201, '' '" houienand ; over 10 mlloi of canali, Hug their equipment/ In the fall and hit dollars, a alert could b* mad and "

It to apartment hour hav i Aumpi were installed lo route the trail for Miami. Sow SotUU'i the rest could be railed tt needed Equipped Gro'cCaretakers ...
lug) three or more unit Theme" 18 underground water" Into canals quirt
shrewd
client numbered horny. To be really adequate, our hospital aas
apartment had total of 171 and level of well
e.- \ a to control the ) vyittr handded expert from men 'faraway should have 20 more rooms I
bolts In theme cunal plates a* New York Maine, -and that would cost,about $100-' II v ."IUIuI.
The toll at South tdid Parma
: Connecticut, the I
New, Jersey, 000
I SCENIC GUIDE I U a ihalhivf )Injrrr SI mart whichoceanlnnnlly Dakota Illinois/ Indiana Georgia, "W. need gifti and endowment . : Rutherford

roachei | dejith pi MaaiachuaettaVirginia, (.. A gift to the hiwpltal will .
Michigan,
(Continued from rage One) five feet., but more often \U only a I R. H. Done & Son
North Carolina and Tennessee not coat much became It will bean
r. pirtlclpillon In the fair few inches deep Marl) I Is an earthy\ Sottile trlii to dltcourag everyone Income tex deduction r.. o. BOX M i Lumber Company
be aval
Unlimited will
spare crumbling drlxsdtrunablingehkf except actual firmer. for h* "We also need new Instrument, Phone 71RHOMESTEAD. Textr Ou and Oil
; able at the fair for exhibit'" (I to' ly of clay mixed\ with calrlum
a this lection: Hoinlein mild I carbonate. In Olin poll the marl reallre that It requires plenty 01 a resuscitation machine and a FLA. jl N. Krome Ave, Homestead W. Mowry St. Homestead Phone 167
.. farm "know how" to capitalize,. on new x-ray m':hln.. The last
The chamber iCLretary MrtTMrna baa" for the
chiefly a
aervei II
"' o' the polentlalltlH of hi.* rough marl named will coat from H&OO to
Turner MiOirrah, was f,rtillr, which I II required In "
the
who do
Boll But there awry 5,500.
jtructed to writ ColM Qur about\ ton- U the
amount of one .
premised builnen "I"h. Mn. W /. Krome, constitution
(,. +.awn t&Ift'' age, ,,, 'IN eel and by-lawi: chairman ann
'amood
.ft So doSr.. rO 1.
blinker 1t"MIFAw4n11a : ; n.\t '
I | light R ;]. : hewn
: ;; "r;;
M wry client" ('.mll'tit changed rang from til to tunlty to ( Swim and a to study r CIII .
to the entrance of the llomefteac from September t to May t. Crop; lltUe alghl-teelng. on the aide. auxiliary' by-law, then In th 1 .... 'f-- '
(North) Canal which" as yacht I are cultlvntod from II1ld- l.ober Some of \the firmer claim thatIt mail, before submitting Its own
yK basin of the embryo homestead to March, the real of the time I II .ualOLJscin1nl' i than up north. and that a report will be ready
lJl1'l'CIpt Park li now the .nl'hor.l. being spent In clearing and pre There are no weed trouble there for the February meeting.
tiv age for bat owned by pining the lend although It doe take more ipnyIng Mrl Tibblt appointed a* com '
,I.'. of this -ection: Hcibert F Welsa of the Drow mlttee chainnen-Mn. E. J. IXaLflnanre art
Attending the meeting were en Fxulinu'nt| | Company of Homeitesil Matt of the. farmers de all the ; Mr.*. Harry S. Jcnnermembenhlpt .
"".. rreiidont 1 II.1 P. nulliedord, Vice Florida assists the farmers work themwlve Moept when It Mrs lea Harmon .
.-. prcildent ttlchard J\icln an< I In wlwtlng equipment, for their come to harveitlng Then they .u...' aid; Mr. John L. .Graves -
I !I t Air' Helnleln and Directors Fran I hire migratory" worker from a linen room; and Mr.. Hugh Semis, ; -

Webb, DongU'l Tower, J. R. : nearby camp operated bhi urglral dressings
'r Brook >n>1 En Archer U. S. Department Of Agriculture. In the absenc of Mn. Edmund _
One large operator hire an extra Pacettl wh* wa elected temp y f
: \ a e \.
e / tribe of Seminole Indian, racy president at the organization
,; NUNNNrNUIWlIwIIARRY : All of they winter vacation meeting of the auxiliary Mr.
farmer commute dally to their Ben Archer president of the
MARKOWITZ : Qgt APPLE fOU5"E11I'I % lu h living quarter In Home auxiliary' sponsor, Soroptlnva l
Head, Florid city, or Miami\, and, Club of South Dade County,
\ Plumbing! ; A eeAaur come spring, after their crop lined a* chairman Mr. Jack ,
j race wed 'AU!.. ire herveited and they have enJoyed Polk civic' chairman, of the t r
I .... Bath Tab and Teilete! revise .,. 1111 eiwxoe all the fisting and iwlro sponsoring! club announced the

It Kitchen Sink and Wash A.uuny Up 10 bl se. kAV.,11II loot. mint they'W"th.' .)' dual their postponement of the luncheon r.

lUalaa ..1 II rROvU8lALLV panda and head path, for another meeting of the club and auxiliary
Water Healer aa4 Lamps KNOWN 5' cal .busy... .season above the Muon-. at which Mr.*. Austin Lance Fort "_ : i it
.. Water ripe.. Copter er 'MolIC .MPl.On' .
.' Gaha.Ia" > 0 rat I5CM. "' : : 17irHursonl.Seewl1y
-
. Se4l rip a.d Drabug ri.e r.a A f

o. COIXREOIIXTURES Jack M. Turner


PLtJMDINQ Candida!* 'Dmofrtl Nomination

When In Miami deceit visit our "
Showroom at 1220 Wanhlngton STATE REPRESENTATIVE

Avenue' 8S-4S13. Sperlil. I'rtl\lrf Pleb. 7 it's lower.Hs belter !
Om U. S. Illihwiy Ne. I -

( Near LeJeune Road) 1,w.rmwe r Your Vot and Support of a Local Man .
I7, North Dili highway
Miami 13, Fla. Wl .r> ,M4t "..,.. ..........." Id a Will Be Appreciated.: '
.. ....... III. .l.rl... I. Uwr .... Here't the only car yo .fe* eVwnInto The New Hudson-and only Hudiwn-ha) lETTER
..... __ . ealgat Decease the
.c aim r MIMM
Phone! UISI-CI'Su-.IG551 the lowest the hiehweyreraard loan. Thua, &lounge-cue seats are .. .
sad la I.ly lb.. Wq .M I.e'i.ke.Y.e. i<< on ....p-dOtf1t. principle la ao baai-&
f. .,shoo Sal lowered to harmoniie with the new,
rune' dunning .beauty with the liveliest,
..re..rr.r. lower cUy right, It enable. Hud** U
W : top.Beoauae
; and safest of
.' smoothest way goingyevV
W. into Hudson _achieve plcuing proportion*and
known you atop you
w aver let won heed rooa and rooM r..U Uianin : IjrqlliMtiic, free-lowing UDM,

Rmby .. For Sale The whole world knows that the lower a any moea-produced oar built today. .. .
car i It built, the more graceful it* line can: and ail of Chi along ,with ample road If rffTR pfrforauinoe: Hodtoa'a
be trade, the better it rides, handle and clearance! s kNw.Mgh oompr..bo au..**.
jm i perform, and the safer it i Is But you'll Boon find \that amazing; roomiBix engine-or the naeUrfulSuperEight
< And now you are invited to aee and drive grew b only one of the wonderful thing you perform at their
155 Acres t bwe-t-buJt car on the highway the get fat thb{ unique new kind of ear.* We beIIIa& became this Car I li *o UwcBlJTlIt -
Hud o,1 naive you'll want to reed about more of CKI.hlyltnalllliMd.
Try US.! When You NeedA them In th column: to the right' Then see
1 Ii. ,e rigs mw your nearby Hudson dealer who will gladly
roadabnityl With u-
l Haircut or [ TTh arrange for you to drive thia sensationally lot aster of in
H DSO low-built automobile.nyww.. gravity any

Shave Mar _. ....a.s". Am-doaaalockoar.IIiMiiacinally.
011n Now planted to NBt.re..toNeaagain 11911 \ leer .. Y5 a .n.>li..-i-. eM hugithra4.epwuujyoneurva.Iluriaoi'a .
Hatred ._ tie I' INIWIIftO; I.. H-,', Fluld.lrlriorrg Clutch

01 aLa" __.__. .--1_ IkShampee Tomatoes and R2375' 2 4)"esal".0I"dr'a'"r' CenUt-PolntSUeringandTripU-

a Medicated& ) __ 1.H a. ..... 8at Brake oontnbut mlgblOy to 1
Potatoes I UI yO=" .:M.W a wonderful, feeling of iKJUK __
Facial rack __ lie
: ..

1 Matuil (iWa! ) -, ---, -. S* : :: wrear. E HudsonIfo valu: OM look, on*

_____ CMabhtalle.) Facial IS* ;&7.nM.d olds will quicUy Ml you tW..ktn

Tenle _"_'__ Pie igerseulleivI I eid's .. say \IOIId oV Man automobile far ahead it le
Price 040,000WALTER L aprstrcW Irentarart I IL IS
Florida Mill *>* Mustache Trim' _'_ lie CCII'I l I Io
dl!. 'toni food elemenit needed I* Stamps. (PlalaM.) M*

grew UaMiy''' beoudlul' ihrwbi.M GIN k shire. rU. Inn ...... wM MmJUtter Tr-.........-*4 oVA y-Jo ** g af J*.!*, I. f*..wl ,....,-......,

,inil4kli\ UCOM AM toe*.. WII4s...rsenba Snpenti If nrleohl S.ptt pgid ......- .,...GNYw ...-.. acre .$..sss 71 elhee hgNhIII,eatwa. .
.hficoy! coirecH ihit define* BUSH'SBarberSffop
,
S PETERSON .
ciei and eiwrei aide lwvnamgrewm. /1 .I
Gel. .LOOM AID to- ,
:dayolHeeier Goulds, Fla. Phone M8.J THURMAN MOTORS ;

Oe,,. City Ran

Supply) Co.Hemettead . .S .. ..
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'l 1 South Flagler Ave. Homestead Phone 468 V''

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Friday, January 28, 1949 HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE PaaTe Three



FRANK TYE MADE Missionary from Jerusalem to Speak, I \WHISTLES GREET 1918"Oood'Mayor LktMe CeIIect"-ft: .,g rttDellsssjuant GIRL QUINTETS Growers Tally 7 Wins and 3 Louses; I


NEW PRESIDENTOF Announces Ministerial\ Association:' 1949 PONTIAC ATATLANrAPREVUE I license ..feet amounting PLAY THURSDAYTO Kenney Graves Made New Cage Captain

to MUG 'were rtawrted. paid
R MALE CHORUS{ Mra James E Button of Jerusalem ii the wife of *M Aaorloan who I In to city Clerk R. E. Bdwards. FIGHT POUO a IOttN WAnfWHGHI' 1 Dayton Beach br a SeHbrt-p/r
will speak on Christian has been an** **) In Mutational Homestead High now has a cage squad that held sii arlric i
work in the far East Monday In Jerusalem In IMI She. did a office this week No report on the Of six feet.. Hire ,inches I in bchM'
record of wins and three
r Frank Tye was recently elected evening at the First Baptist 'yours' .post-t7dua study at I Preston B Bird of Pre lon B week collections by Police Chief The hantflt,, basketball game seven I Tht locals were, completely nut
president of the Homestead Mat Church of Homestead announce Icy It Mawr In I...-... Bird Motor Co has returned from Wm. F Bruiser bad .been filed for Use March of Dime. will beplayed 1 losses Ktnay Uravet was elected classed by the tall state ciao pion-
Chorus to succeed Howard L."Johnson the Hedland Distract Ministerial fih* plans to spend four yean attending\ a dealers preview of at noon yvstoraay, .but Mayor T i captain alter tile 'loss to .tabrteat .j ship five The upftaten held a
a U Brown wi n'blerted Association In this country while her .... the new I Ml Pontiac Silver, E Kirby said.. -good collections' Thursday night by Home- Roy tbtnart has been caplain 1< to 4 toad at the first quarter
R r. aecretarjr-tretsurer' of Mrs. Sutton, an English woman. children attend American. .... .1 Streak in Atlanta wen being ....... steed and ftadland girls on the ] during the Qttwert five Jack Pope led the Growers with

group, and Irving J Lyon th'j At the time of her iMrrl. .** Following" the matting. veteran Mil carried on the city books Rodland twirl A BftUajuniry. 1 gains win. _rea\!\. It point Bob Roper was second,
director. Mr. Sutton was teaebhM. at DM The .toralt meet MitiMl. High With" oight
will be
Horntstoad
Pontiac factory officials said that were sane aUIl In delinquent. ptaytd by and
Last week School, Ramallah. et I Miami ....I.b\. Neil Wednesday The Baby. Growers th'>uKh a hey
wire Friends Boys1 "
recordingsof the enthusiasm\ of dealer for the few wtllch will .
F x be lost to the city Redland bop of Junior high .
they will play Riverside Military lost, went down fighting o i Ire 4d
the rehearsals and Mrs Button aaststed In that
were made and I new cart here and elsewhere unless' coltectod by UM ,!.. 1 school HoBMttoad's .
played! back to that the chorus work. Later Mr. Sutton Haded where similar meetings are being dadlkro ace Tommy Academy on Homestead The game was alp and tuck 'itt
could hear Itself and act ai Its ? r'iic.t for the bishop a new boy tietnenlary I] held Is greater than for otter Royal, this ,..r's( king tt the Dade court The game should b* dose Homestead holding a Ht to :U
owe critic. It to believed that this ? high school In the capital new model Potttlae am ever any Indication at the non-payment County March of Dtmta, will behonorary at Riverside will bo seeking rtvtngt lead In the dosing mire, tea J Inn
j : tl produced of Use occupational tisane: was, for Its M to 41 defeat Booker led the scoring with II
tl the first Urn the wire recorder of Trans-Jordan. There her II Dvatora clapped, whistled" arnreII.....
voiced at Monday
night's council! two wails
had been used keen Interest work with women I ago. point
here as a rehearsal and chewed when the curtains This afternoon, Tommy will ftjr
meeting by A. R Meybem
who The Growers' five .
Homestead Growers Clip Mefbeume tT-tl
well with
aid. and girls ai ai boy*
went on the new Silver,Streak. back from Atlanta and Newman,
up
both offered hit service in any capacity , slipped by Miami Tech quintet Led by Bob Roper Homestead
command of Arabia,
her
and
Thli ,.ar' More then hundred dealers da, where appeared radio.
annual duel of seven 1 Id help the collect the I on .
t classical and colloquial, mad her city N to IT here Tuesday night Em- went ahead In the last quarter to
IIM have their from this and television In the Interests of
been and
used to buy all managers I delinquent fees. Wm
Councilman melt Snider dropped In a bucketIn beat the Melbourne Bulldogs 27
of the outstanding foreign
the music that will\ be needed for one women of the community area saw the new cars for the MuiMlwhltt, told Mr. Mtybemthat I'] the '('Impell'Tonlllt, Tommywill the closing minute to break a to IS on the Melbourne court
the year* work, Mr Ty siyi. I first' time and attended a daylong ht believed additional action participate In iund-ralttnf IT to M Tech lad Rocky Sin' list Friday night
All men who art Interested In sale meeting conducted by to be activities In Miami and tomorrow
| unnecessary as Mayor Kirby eon then tallied the winning BUI lIorne suffered a broken
'singing art Invited to meet with Mrs B. M\ Gatewood Dies A. C. ttti assistant general suesmanager I had pledged collection of the II. I night ht will appear at the basket. collar bone after only four minutes
the of Pontiac Motor DMslon benefit Labor Jamboree to be
chorus which holds practice I
censer Slncort also
was high man for of the gam Tht bone had
']
each Monday night In Homestead At Virginia Residence I sponsored. by 54 labor groups In the growers with IS marker been broken tarlltr In the school
Presbyterian Church Using elaborate slides, Wseprops Ba>front "Park. Tommy is a ton
Mrs E. M. Catewood died Jan Dab Roper followed! with 10 term In automobile. acndentHt
movies and skits, department of Thos. B Royal, local chairmanof I
returned llomerteed
e polnU. to ten
59( at her home In Danville, Vi., i REDLAND TRIMS I
.
Jack Marshall\ to Win where she was buried Saturday heads from the centraloffice the drite.Ralph The Homestead Bee overcamea next day on a Greyhound burwith
presented the latest dealer Bigley, general chairman tl all score In overtime to beat I Klnnty Sanders who wee on
Degree from Mother of the late C H Gate-
University --- - -- ---- ----- covering merchand'ilng' : EDISON of the labor show said today
IN BIG
wood, former local agent for the programs : the Tech Junior Varsity ID to 21, the trip as storekeeper
University, Miss. Jan 27-Jsck MRS. JAMES E. SUTTbtf Florida East Coast railway who of pans, accessories, service and that Governor fuller Warren David Ft letlrlchi paced the Home- I The Homestead B squad could

Louis Marshall of Homestead Is I died lilt winter M..... Gatewood I used ran Presentations also were UPSET OF SEASON and hit staff Senator Claude Head attack with Hint point not break tight' Melbourne care
I
I local I advertising, I' Senator Spessard Holland.
made Pepper
Included among the 162 studentsat work at Amman, capital of the formerly spent the winters hen on pro-, I defense and went down 24 to 11
..
motion and customer good will Representative" George Smather Homestead Loses U BeabreestTilt I r
the University of Mlssisi'ppl Moslem Arab Kingdom of Trim- with her son '
I Mr. DIU rivaled to dealers and Dude state representatives. Uniwert were powrhouidtZ
who are candidates for degrees Jordan, east of Palestine, and has Redlind eager staged ont of I
that the 1949 Pontiac Silver, the major of the will be Invited to attend the big to S3 Jail Saturday night In READ THE WANT-ADS(
this upsets
semester A number of Sigma recently been appointed acting director l'NKARDS BEGIN SERVICES season 'I
Streaks feature two completelynew Saturday bight when handedI March of Dimes fete,
Chi fraternity, Mr. Marshall of the YMCA In Jerusalem.Mrs. they
It congregation! and distinct t I]nei of cart I the Miami Edison Red Raiderstheir The countywide goal In Ih.t.mp.IIII .
working for a Bachelor of1ktfnrw"del1' Sutton taught In England, A German Bartls
IkruxCii .), Entirely ui M-i -Ponllnc U the first list 1 29-J4 Redlind led ending January SO li r
In physical edu did( relief work in Holland during populai ai Dunkardi. I
cation. World War I, and started work has rented the building formerly Chieftain lint, which la functionalIn : the first half 11-4, but Edison' S200.000.La "yar the Dade : % 2
Son of Mr. and Mrs E. F. occupied by SL Johns Episcopal design and of the notch or forged ahead to tie the score March of Dime drive collected
Marshall of Homestead Mr Marshall Church for the holding of regular bustle back type. : 17-17\ it the close of the third I 1120.000 but In the punt three
starred for the Homestead .ILUS. Seniors to Give service during the winter ...lOn.1! Its companion tl the new period Paced by Center James I! years the National Foundation for NOW. . A Beautiful
"""High School Growers beforehis. Streamliner series, an up-to-date Hmikur who tallied It points, the Infantile .Paralysis tins expended
graduation' from high school An I 3-Act Farce on Feb. 17 I version of the slant or fait back, Diamondbacks wrested buck the $215.000 over and above the

outstanding player on the university I John Chandler of Florida City Church of God Slates !I type made popular by Pnn'l' c. I lead and held It for I victory amount collected I Ii I New Hudsononly

basketball team, Mr. will play the lead In "The Tin Youth Program Sunday"Let ; Both body styles ire mounted on In an exciting overtime game
Marshall played with Dlck'i DriveIn : Hero," class play to be presented a 120-Inch wheel bane The former Wednesday night Redlind lost tn i mondbaiks tied the score 37-87
champion Homestead team by the Hamecteid High School ] God Speak Through Me" Torpedo series his !been dis South Browtrd 48-37 on the Red- but logged behind to drop the $ 12 S

whit at home Christmas seniors at T:30 Thursday evening, will be the theme of the Sunday continued. land court Trilling 22-13 at the Rime In the thrce-mlnuto cxtcn 2375--
Feb, In the school auditorium morning worship service at the Pontiac will make It body styles end of the first half the Die-1 slon. i I II II I
Band .1' I First Church of God whloh will tot 1949 and with the exceptionof
h. 3 Seeks $536 Mrs Carl Field la coach for '
I
the three-act farce-comedy, be conducted by the Youth Fellowship the convertible (Deluxe only) delivered .Kr any equipped!
Needed for Uniforms as a phase of Its observ- and the swank new sedan delivery I Imlwdlnt Weather-Central. Heater
(Standard only), all will be
once of National! Youth Week |
Contributions art being sought Benefit IULS. Hand I The Rev Ceo. Kufeldt. pastor available with' either standard or The/ onear you itap
by the Homestesd school band Save Get Gifts!
extends a special Invitation to deluxe equipment. Money down I Into'
which lark $330, of having the I Concert Set TonightA the public to attend this Initial Pontiac production for lt>48
needed to for uniforms -I
2,358 for the 40 bind pay members.A concert to rain funds for service of the Youth Week ob- totaled 24S,500 cars, the division' 1. Immediate. delivery of, some mtdell

I simple uniform arrived this I band uniforms will be given, by ] servance. third belt year Mr. Cites said ho 2, With only such accottorltt see you ..rderJ
"week, reports Bandmaster Jesse the -p'ect Redland High School I I II expected 11)49 production to exceed Trade at StoresConsumers' Issuing Cash or time aymonrt

.Pearl, Each: uniform cots $58.(0. j I band at 8 o'clock this evening In Mrs. Fleming; Persian I to estimate this figure the, but percentage was unable of Green Trading Stamps: I 4, Whim ., without trodc-ln '

In appreciation of a $117 donation I the school auditorium. I Named Double ChampionMrs. Increase, 0. Good ollowonc .II you "kov a Ira do-In
by W, R. Bird, county Bandmaster Stanley Dullmba i I
school trustee, members of the announces that classical and pop . Ray G Flemlng'l black!. '
band played Saturday afternoon! ular music will be featured and Persian Mar Vista Nub Apoco. I Austin Armilslcac i TelN. Secure stamps with each purchase.! Fill )'uur hook -

fcat the showing of the new Chevrolet that Student Conductor Phil won his double championship at I Of Camp Hedland Work
- In the Bird Chevrolet Co Harrill will\ open the benefit program the American Cat Association for FKEK GIFTS at these stores: I .
I I r'II"I !I Austin H. Armltilesd rclleloun
1 building, with a march show Jan Bt I
Petersburg Undefeated entrant In and recreational worker at Bed ,,
Jerry's Market llomrsteafl R' Grocery
1 five shows, the five-year old cat land Farm Labor Supply Cater I1.nl ..;,."' .k .
field Trips Further *-* was' named best black, belt openmate' JPoktJflB) nenibeCf,and frijauJi\ ] MIIUoIa isee" 'IJIt..no'n'. e $ara'I1. y Thurman Motors
II Student.StaI of SUJoniiVESlscopal Church at
Of A rt Dram >and\ best "opposite It. |]I a parish tupptffcn Jan.: 20 City Few Center: ".. City Farhs' Greeery, Naranja

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SPECIAL ASSEMBLY SLATED The local work Is under the Keaaedy' Grocery, FrlnrtUm My very >
is edisesse .nee M Is i.swr.lesa .
direction of an interdenominational
I Homestead School art lion Accompanied by grade Mill Laura lad lair N be arias.l
I II II High Upham'l fourth agency, the Home Minion
II i I itudenti yesterday attended a mothers, Mrs, O. I, Wollam and grade will present an assembly Council of North America, he
Nit-man art exhibit of paintings I Mrs V, M. GrennelL Jr., the program "Just for Fun," this said Protestant churches nf the Sec Gift Displays' at Above Stores 1 1lI
pupils saw fields of bunch and morning. Included on the program district are helping to finance
at Doris Rosenthal at Terry Art pole beans, potatoes, tomatoes, will b* skill, songs memory the program formerly carried on lI
Initltute In Miami Miss Rosen- I carrots and squash, gems and a piano selection by the government
hal it. noted for her paintings of Business In action was seen by ---------- -
th* Indians of Mexico and Quitepala Mill Anne Bellows' bui'nesi' economics

class of Homestead High
Today 30 members of the first School on a visit Tuesday to Hoi-
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thret grammar school grades will sum Bakery In South Miami
Mend a matinee presentation of' Advertising Manager Schwartz

Little Red Riding< Hood' by the I conducted the IT students on a Now For In
Btrtwbrldgt Stock Company of tour of the bakery and spoke on App'ly Space

I ?Jew York In the Coral Cables the Joint problems of labor and ,
!uditorlum Railey Micey will management lie explained each
I \ rive the school bus, and the step of the actual bread makingby
IOlher teachers accompanying the I II modem machinery and out. !1
I I IpuplU will be M..... H Evanoff I lined working conditions and la-1
IMn. W. B. Mills and Mrs. a G bor problems. The bakery tl

(I'fburm.n. ] unique, he laid, In that It is an
U Mist Laura Upham'l fourth Independent organization which ;:
Wade made a one-hour t'eld' trip even produces Its own power : RED LAND DISTRICT SCENIC GUIDE

j jI jI y school bus Monday afternoon ,I Eddie Adams, sixth grade
:through the winter farming sec teacher, was driver on the trip


I [(Marines\ to Seek High School Seniors]


a ;rAnd 'Women Recruits Here Next Week Sponsored by South' Dade Garden ClubFEB.


I :. .Miami Jan 27-South Florida able to contact him during his'' .

)jjrfsrlnei will start their February: visit in Homestead to write or I
4 visit the Marine Corps office
I } Recruiting campaign by visitingHomeitead Room 228 Post Office Building, :
for five dayi Staff
,. Sgt Roger F. Johns will set up Miami GOES TO PRESS 15To
an office at the Homestead post I .
i office 'ion Tuesday, Feb 1, and 1 1f
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i maintain hours from 9 a. IIuntil ] '
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|I. Johns urged the young men of
Homestead, now high school

I arty seniors If to they make want their applications to become f 'C" .:"':' Be Distributed ,at Dade County Fair March 4-13 .4

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gnduitlon. .
:Marina upon
"I can enlist l these young men of ,
now In the Volunteer MarineCorps i '
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Reserve to assure them a ; .
I 'I by''inaJi IR

list favorable for enlistment place on In the the wilting regular toot water To Be Given Out 'Redland District, : < '"

oorpi In June The Volunteer "*/ .
does not entail active I ,
;JReserv* any v
!"duty, merely adding longevity for Ji ,.; .
pay purpose By law volunteereservlsts fort- and. other Chambers of Commerce.

may be called to active 'n ... } \ "' .
(duty only In the event of war or \\,1" f" !.,_ I" 51
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emergency
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1 Sergeant Johns stated, also, th.tman GENERAL ELECTRIC .f : S
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are now being accepted ( V' ":. rail
or enlistment In the regular 10TONATIC, ELECTIIC '. .. .. ., ..;...--... . See or Phone . ,' .
Ma/in* Corp They must be be- '
weds' the ages of 20 and 11, high WATEI ICJ.TEM "'

boot United graduates State, and or its citizens insularKiietiiion ofbe Wright Electric \ Mr.. or Mrs. Herman Heinlein

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Four -. . HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 28, UM8>

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MR. AND MR*. VAN MAHWiKfCRTAIN JACK BELL TO REVIEW "LINE OF FIRETTONIGHT '

; KW TOUR I AT PROGRAM OF PKHttlNE CLUB I
Mr. and Mr A. J. Van Marten
I Social in South Dade a a a a
a a a a Events Mart '
I awl Mr Van *** brother Jack flail Miami author radiocommentator brary fund of the Persia. WtM-
John. Outhrte. wtartalned Wed- and columnist, will an'* Hub Copies of his book wilt ,

ooaday at I picnic dinner. i review Ms book, "Line of Fire," be autographed by Mr. lle1.A .
------- Mr. esdMrs spaghetti dinner will be I
SCHOOLS ART FILM AND SLIDES: SHOWN T.T.A. EXECUTIVE: : BOARD MISS LUCY MAE HALL BECOMES\ BRIDE The Hiram Swab Corntth included and: Walter at a silver to* to be given' at T-JO: aerved from 1 to I o'clock Wednesday -

I;r TO LOCAL ART CLU 11Y MISS HELEN POP F HILL MEET executive WEDNESDAYThe : board of the,I OF JlUUERT ORR IN GEORGIA CEREMONY Nrward of Jacksonville, N. Y., this evening Howe for in benefit PMTUM of Community t UM II- benefit the evening general. by tend.MM cUb to

i Homestead P. T. A. will meet atI t the Rev and Mr.. Leon Norton*
IS Wednesday. afternoon Ut the Mis Lucy MM Hall or Nor- Goldsmith of TrtimansDurg, N. Y., Mr. pad
All the steps taken by Tho maI I thoM prevent enjayed InnpectlnMI S : of Homestead.The .
Hart Denton, American piIntel'. exhibit of varied art an d Mhool auditorium announcesMr man Park O*., and Homestead bride I I. a daughter ot Mr. Mrs Ernest Parmater of Lodi 100 ATTEND WARMING, FISH FRY I
In (he making of I mural were wafts wetIt' done by pupil cMr or *. Lloyd Delta, president The and Hubert Orr of Brevard, S. and Mrs. J. E. Hall who are N. Y.. W. and Mr*. Jy Moray of GIVEN MR. AND MRS.\ GILBERT OGDENA
dOwn through moving picture Qiv**; W *. IL M. Campbell February meeting or the association C., and Homestead were unitedIn pending the season her Itheca. N. Y, Mr. and Mr* Lawrence
to the Homestead Art Club M n- M... W. Q. CtrMletmel Mn L I will be held at 3:IS Wed.I -I marriage luIS In FolkiUm\ The bridegroom, a son of Mr Moray and ion, Ralph, of
day evening by Mid Helen Pop. Sue Smith. .Mfcy R oberlae I, 'needay" afternoon, Feb. 9, In the Oa. The best man and matron of and Mr*. Carl Ort of Brevsrd. I Ia South Laming, N. Y. and Mrs.IL combined house warming were Mr. and Mn. HollU Steel
) liutructor In art it Homest**< Mr UM Uit and Mir L*u: auditorium. honor were Mr. and Mn Archie employed her this winter. A. Waldln ot Homestead and fish fry war given Friday and Mr. and Mr Dozier Ban
..
ulster
It'Kh' School AIM thown bymcnni Campbell The bride and bridegroom are evening In honor of Mr. and MM.
of Encyclopedia BrltUnlca Cookie and old drink wen 69 AT W. S. C. S. SUISDISTRICT MEET living DOW In Redland Center but' Migrant Camp Worker Gilbert Ogden who recently presented Qlfts for to their Mr. new and Mrs.home Ogdenby were I
Mm I I
tides were numeroua paintings" served by tile hoM group\ In the spring will return to
j of leading eontemporarr American J. T B. McBiwy Mr RalpKlngman I AT SILVER PALM METHODIST CHURCH Brevsrd to mike their home. Speaks to Soroptimisti moved Into their new home In the 100 guest who were In
Could Holt
for
the
artists.Thli Mr. Mud E Chmdlei I evening attendance. e
/ vlaual aid art material and Mr A. C. Miller. MI lEaVED AT BENEFIT Austin\ K Armltstead, 24-.a,,-
Sixty-nine women attended thel Saner, Mr*. E.: C. Crawford, Mrs old worker at
social and
Mlai If of Present bealde the club member DINNER or religious
CHURCH
wld Pop a sample GROUP
.l l; luudlstrlrt meeting of the Wom Roy r Wittenwyler and Mr. AI. Camp Redland, interested the
Jl t available tot use of Oitv.1' II Mined and the "embtrlor ) fred Five hundred twenty-eight were
Hedburg had
...; Uachen In Dad County Mr bava' class were; Mr. en' Society or Christian Service luncheon charge ol served at the annual cptghettl Soioptlmlit Club of South Dad
School*. and Mn Dorgan Mad and Mr, held Jan 29 at Silver Palm Meth. arrangement dinner given by the Altar Societyof County Monday with an account
I Mr. W. B. Caves gave a sketch T. K. StidK, Mn. F. J. LottfchMr ,, odlit Church. The guests were During the afternoon session,, Sacred Heart Church Jin. SO of his rtC'I'f.uon'1.! educational THIS MONTH'ONLY
of the life or John SUuart Curry *. A, W. Mohn Mr*. Lawrenc welcomed by Mr. Marie Hemming special study group were direct. In It* clubhouse. Mn. Frank Pan- end religious program *t the
,_nd showed reproduction or hit Pope, Mr. ., R. B. Brown, Nfl,, *, prettdent of the hosteaf ed by Mrs Sperow and Mr*. Chester no and Mr*. Josephine Orlflcl camp for mlgrint It 1* worked
"- painting, Mr. Ben Archer conducted .! Robert J. Helitermin, Mn. Em.mi group. Mr. O. E. Pearson or Fort Salb of Coconut Grove. were In charge.Proceeds out he explained, through numerous f
study ot Jan Vermeer'l Boyle Mr*. Sarah Iloitettet Lauderdale, district president Other district officer present from the record. club which engage In
Mew of the City or Delft and Mr* Vein Bower and Mr. conducted the worship icrvlce and were Mn. A. T. Pearce and Mr, breaking dinner will go to the activities suited to different age %
The South Dade Garden Club Ruth Zenck or Oweniboro, Ky. Mn. Byron Sperow or Cor.1O.blet C. A. Summer, both of Mliml. general fund of the church I group I 33V3 OFF
,poke minion Mr. ArmlUtead decided hi
member ire Invited to attend on Study on *
the Feb. U meeting o( the Art AU Interested person are Invited courier life work during the war when
Club when A' W Dorgan, landscape to attend a Valentine potluck White gladioli And red hibiscus I I DESSERT BRIDGE GIVEN FOR MRS.\ WEBER I ha was practically starving In a
architect wlU be thespeaker supper to be given (t 7 were used for decoration of the BY MRS\ MITTERER AND MRS. LOUNSBURY German prison cimp. After graduation -
announced Mn. .... Frank o'clock Saturday evening by the luncheon table In keeping, with from college last June he .
Webb, program chairman. The Paragon Claus of Homestead the name of the hostess group, Mr decided to get some experienceIn on.allLiving
Frederick Weber
meeting will be h.lelin the Bird Presbyterian Church In the education each place card bore I hand- ot Weal Mrs. Eugene Fontaine, Mrs T. EoJt.dl" his chosen field before enterIng -
Chevrolet showroom where the building. painted liver palm Mr* Alton Point, N. Y., was honored by Mr. Mr. Robert Jaenich Mr. I graduate school of theology,
club will have on display the Jos, Mltterer and Mr. Clarence Paul I and Miss Helen FltzQibbon. and came here ai a representative

rurM exhibit or the Florida I n.P.W.C7TOTES TO BUY $23T MEMBERSHIP Lounsburjr-wftti a dessert bridgeJan. of the Home Missions Council or
.
FederaUon of Art and an exhibit 19 at the Mltterer home Mrs. North America, a nondenominational Room
from the school or art at Florida : IN HOSPITAL'S NEWLY FORMED AUXILIARYA Weber I I. a house guest ot her I DnLwnardWriia8k.nlGLASSES body.Announcement.
Southern College In Lakeland ........... Ia. I" 1.."..._ I was mad of the
I parent, Col and Mrs. Ralph W .. ... 1
James W. Elton of Miami Unlverilty 1111.. . . .. I postponement of Soroptlmlsternight.
-
) $28 life membership In James Buslnes and Professional Wom Klngmin. I ,
art faculty, a former Archer Smith Hospital Auxiliarywill en' Club, members decided after Mri. Harold E. Kendall
teacher of the club's painting won I 1141 N. E. lot SU Miami, Fla.i I Four of those present Irk life
!
be taken out by Homestead a talk on the auxiliary' alma by tint prize; Mr. R. It, Klnard SuitesCash
I' group, will again five a aerie of Mn. F U. Wells hospital superIntendent .I second prize; and Mrs Herbert i c...laas. Air Ca.dx/.a.d I membership In Jamei' Archer
leieoni In Homestead If the demand Smith Hospital Auxiliary which
a warrants and If a Ume can BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES \,,, Monday evening in the Pool, consolation price. A guest t.I .......FIIONE. t-SUI. ........J the Soroptlmlst are sponsoring,
MARKED BY FAMILY DINNER: : Parkway Flowers donated byMn. I piles was presented to the hon
be agreed upon, Mr*. R. II Done,
I announced. All Interfiled Mr and Mrs Lloyd Delta of I. P. McLean were sold for I ore*.
) president $4.73, and the money was designated .; Playing, beside those mentioned Only-All Sales Final .
/ were asked to telephone Florida City entertained at a as a nucleus for the mem: were Mn. R. L. Welpton, )
Mr Done.
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family dinner Sunday In honor bership fund.Members .
Before and after the program of the birthday anniversaries of were reminded by I I Our
II .
.Irs.. Scott Cave and Mr Delta. Mrs Frank Kent president, that I II X '
EMM-OPAL WOMEN TO MEET Other present were Mr. and district meeting will be held O))) )))))
FSB.: 4 AT BROOKCR HOME Mrs. Jesse Cave and Mr and In Miami Shore Coir Club Smith-Graves Furniture Co.
Mr, n. O. Brown will direct Mr, Merrell Cavil or Perrlne, 10,000 Blscayne blvd on Sunday,
a program on "Prtyerbook His Mr. and Mr* Will I. nhodei or Feb. 8. GIVE VuR HOUSE JANUARY
tory" for the Woman' Auxiliaryof plnevllle\ La, Mr. and Mr*. Loser Approximately fifteen m.mbenwere A VALENTINE N. Krome Ave. Phone. 248-J
St. John' Episcopal Church Walkup Mr. 'Mabel Walkupand present BY SEEING 1 1I
II I;:SO Friday afternoon Feb. .. Mill Anna Mae Walkup of
at the home of Mr*. Henry Brook. Kentland Ind, Mrs S. T. Robin. 1111 PLUM ITS SALEEnds
er Jr. Mir Mae Riley will be son or Lexington! V*., Scott G$
nuoclate hostess. Cave and J. B. Cohrmour. lecords! S Radio Cameras FINE!
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SPECIALWAACiCoveralIs$1.15"' Saturday
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South Miami, 11u, f


U.S. Army & Navy Surplus Stores ''PIUMBINQ'HHTINGBOX657HOMETtRDFil' QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES

i: Ir ;; Shop Now and Save
$ (
43 S. Flaglcr Ave Homestead i ir. Western Meats
Veal Chops Pork Chops Lamb Chops .


i CallBenson Jim'T Sharp ClothiersKrome Hamburger Thick, Juicy Steaks Mock Chicken Legs :


and S. W. First St.
Our Own j

r Electric Sliced Bacon Sausage

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Frlncelai Florida Strawberries, Mangos, Papaya, Pineapple, .

Raspberries, Peaches, Mango Chutney. ,j

For&n'lre Lima Beans Brussel Sprouts >

Black Eye.Peas

orRepairs : ,


,4 t it pIM ,South Dade Quick Freeze Plant


.n Eleetrl& rumps. Start CEO. N. WAKEFIELD Her, ,

S. W, Sod St. and lad Arc.Hsmeslead rhone Ml
lid Aiy Other Electric t

tr? Applause. : : i1 ,


"When life has been well spent; age itlosstof pa J
e e WOODY The Builders Friend
I Phone 442 whit we csn wtlj spue-muscular

strength.organic Jaitiocjs and gross Milk 4. : f IT All ADDS UP "

But wisdom;which wu. old in infancy, 1 1ii
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TO THIS * *
in fourscore and dropping .
young years; # .
off obstruction, leans the mind purified < fir''
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come on in lad wise."Emmm *V".*> *-wc <'ITo & jk P

II ISn augment the richness of wisdom is modern medb th

water's doe, a comforting ally of the iged. For the phy.idn;

I, together with the pharmacist, stands ready to alleviatethe

Infirmities of age;'Jo the interest. of happier.,healthvler -
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auJ J. U> and B. T. BENSON-I CHRIS ATKINSON Income properly duplex MIMaUI

I ; FACT, NOT FICTIONIttVIN BegeiaulJ.a .. tile ..... It to generally. MM 14 el MM.. OMB ADVERTISING rhtirches.! Krone 4 blocks aye from. builnea achetta. w8rboatPun.
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By 11.1. fACNI0a IWMtB. MM Who are playing. tn hearted and .InteNgMt. man to the I: (Untrk-t\ haired for aate Alan t
agile Mid lanportsutt rot In UMPrinceton active: world of buslnets to attract a'.ljol'lIl1Q.nl Mt Iteiwuniiblr.
\ to MlM
It* a Ma*. belonging
IIId cIt..t ei to theanaalvea many Criteria, but
$2..11I1! ) balancer( like 'w.n|1. I'll Georgia SkaU Reward No
J. tad Wade. aria are ). 1Ia\ seldom. that auck men are __ _ W7-I
IIAKNETT PAUL C. BAKER ... ....... preeklent, and B T. ao ctoaely bound to ao many aato u (pjtlll): i ie questions riled Return In (',au-
BEAUTIFUL ORCHIOH nvailal liar Motor Sat >
** IMiMISCELLANI11UIJ8/
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Beaton, secretary and treasurer Chrii Atklnean. owner of the Cemetery & Mausoleum at all time. Homestead Flora
.4. Ore el that forwutMoakloi, Paul R. Baker, contractor located of MM Benat* Beetrte Inc. for Carte Atkinson' Produce., at the and tuft Shoppa. It* N.W. 4lh KI J-lxxInxnn frame house on lot
o' ate* .**) tt ever willing to co- *t MT If. W. lit tvtHomtataad. service tod repair, eleetrle pump Slat ranner Market .IB Florid ear. tnd .... (alt) la 116. IT N. W. 4tt at, HomeslMMl .
tpert** tn matter ttftcUnc are . bu achieved a re utotkn .I stoves or any other electric .pptttncet City Nil phone Me. to .,.-W. Woodlawn 1 Park Cemetery Ph. Miami S-414* or etcownir

'we.ere. of .Ma. cewunuatty. and in our city aa t toadtn telephone No 441 Mr. Atkinson to poaaeaaed of I uao a w. lib st, Miami. at 1041 R Miami ax,.. i
ales If Irvin Bamett. **> floor aurfedng contractor An Mvlthlt reputation to that .**M. .nappy temperament, whisk I'IMM t.18.4( FLOOR SANDING and FINtRIIHG '' '. Miami, (1411) FLOOR SANDING and FINISHING .

,01''tt* Irvin ........t Mr. Baker U a* familiar with of the Ben.... 'Tliey are two man not only lives assurance to those A wide aetection of cemetery lob Install oak and pine Nnonaaphall install oak and pine flora

) packing Ot*. loeeted at the Florida ! every part of his buaineet t. that are loyal to their truat They he meets In public life but also at modrrato price available foe and rubber. Uk', lnottUhl.I \ Meese furnished' house tat Asa' aaphall and rubber ulr Unoltum.Dw .

t CUt SUK Farmer' Market I meet people art' with the alpha act promptly, concentrate their make* him I general favorite, large unsold cemetery icresjie. Day pb. III.W; nujht II7-W sad 4th at. Pit :J78-W. (d11-H) ph. III-W.; ntojht. .,'-W.

|ff, )tatrlethel been 1ft' the bat and h* can product This li energies and do thing; they do H* to always ready' to carry Community mausoleum of 1T14trypta I ......... ..
arming and packing how** .bun-. his distinguishing oharaclerlalk not put thin,. off.. hla full there of repnnalbUlty In and niche I Shirt button-hole made on new

nest for a number ef year, Md which ha made his services of The Dennni believe that I any project\ that to for clvki and NEW III SACRIFICE machine, at II UeCrory Arcade,
hip; buslneti has grown' to be en* value to the people of this areaIt . min'i own character If the arbiter business betterment ha al.wya <. UIHTEDOMUTICSEWINO OW". MUTT LXAVE: I for He Alao T other aUe.
? ef the largest In this dlatrict can be truthfully said that the of Ma fortune. They art' worthy urged the cooperation FOR RENT j 5-bedeean Ipeleus ranch .hpaea.

n With his many year of experience success of his bualneu I Ia due example of men with ambitionand business leader to assist. in the en I tcret on KROME AVE WE DO reliable watch repalnn

in this business, Mr. Barnett to his ability and (Mil. H* performs courage plus the aatlafactlon, building of a bigger and better Small cabin, I room completely MACHINES\ Nut Beautifully .landattped; Woods jewelry, McCrory Ar-
hu become a reoognlted ill of lea derived from personal achieve, community and rate New Afallable\ lawn taxi tnOL Only I1SOOO!
duties methodically
tadt. (aIIt.t)
furnished. hot and cold water, I'M) !
authority In hla field. ment. Thli they have attained 'by i Mr Atkinson look lift (
and upon $169.50
never wearie in their
a month. On Redlind rd, Rt I,
Mr. Barnett to t keen businessman elIp tdi. thorough:: application I to duty, an with a vision quick to discern and 0-kednem .home on I acre on ''II'
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I Box 981 YOU :
Otttf) anything to
broad-minded, genial and en th uses t orsjcand b well done, take advantage of that which to Alas KMOMC AVRNUK: at the unbellevtMe -
Mr. Baker Is a most faithful or It jots need anything visit
tolerant He believe that just the confidence and loyalty of pleasant The writer to happy to NEW MODEL NORGE price et tT.OOO. We .
patient, competent accurate and the Swap Shop. buy mat.lrasee
as high ambition helps build a their many cuitomm, compliment Chris Atkinson upon I |-room furnished apartment for WASHINGMACHINES condition .
popular arttaan. He I* public- In good ttovtt
great business, ao high ideals spirited man and take in t Interest J. H. and B. T Benson artpublicspirited his success In the produce business I adults, t.O SW lit it (PJ28)Garaea ) 10-tcre beautiful bearing lime{ Jet boxet, etc The Swap Shop

help build a great country. In movements which promise to cltlxeni who take and wish for Mm many more I -4,0e0BEAUT7FUt $ nglr Ave., Ilomttead. Phone
We glv recognition to Mr an active Interest In every movement r.eaPl ol successful buainesa with And- 1- tear apple ef sap I
promote the welfare of hi ISmM ft. also room 14.11 417. Olt-tO
community
Bamett In our column today andsincerely I which promise to promote the people 01 norllll111; and ;, 9119.50: ., new FURNISHED
ft aultabl I
and benefit all the pea cafe, office or
l-bedroom CBS horn with
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wish for him continued the moral or material welfare of trade .re..Adv.Iht
ple. Needles to Mr. Baker appliance shop Mrs. D. I. Bssh-
lay
succesi In the years ahead.-Adv. their area.Adv.CHARLES. HARRISRefriReration carport tnd separate utilityroom NEW ROOFS AND
take considerable pride In the or, Bishor Oarage A Service Station which could be used a*
of hit business and Tutan Motors, Inc. It to In. Gould j Co. ROOF REPAIRS '
growth It I.a Is B. TUTAN (j11-f 11)"Jerry" ) gueet room on one acre on Avocado
BOB LANCE pleasure for this write to congratulate deed a pleasure to congratulateCharles (Across from MI hrll'*) Drive near U. S. No. I. This
shingle
.
B Tutan upon his aura toll roofing gravel, ,
him upon the succesih Charles B. Tutan It president I Phone IM Is t steal at 111,0001
cess and the writer slncertljlwishes Mowers. Call Doug al ute sod metal roof installed
Aa attempt to catalogue the has lned.-Adv..
of TuUn Motors, One, Dodge and / for him continued success ))4T. no N. W. 5th it (slIt) Guaranteed workmanship by II*
various bualneas led.en
outstanding ItmNISHED home
J Plymouth ear and truck dealen 3-bedroom
In the ahead. censed and Insured roofer
of this area, by calling into located at S16-218 Minorca axe. year near _001. Wonderful buyl)
service the technical! skill of an G.I). MONROEWith Coral Gable, that will move I new half-bag' cement mlxert. CONCRETE BLOCKS, all ales IT.SOO-TERMS. FREE ESTIMATFS

expert would requlre column the .different personalities about March 1 Into I new home State< Fair to Bq Held Ph. 147, lbw r-Crow. (mJ8tf) Bruce' Block Co. Ntranja, Fle '

But; tills the writer can pay: no appearing In this Issue we wish at 340
man has acquitted himself of the to present to the reader of thl.public.Uon baa made for himself an enviable work) on 1 acres on Krom Avt : FLA. 'JGuaranty
arduous dutle connected with exceptionallyable Tampa, Jan. 27-A magic world FOR SALEGood for $4.500.
reputation u an
our friend, an outstanding I and II arise on beer and Fp I
his business more admirably than buslnes leader of Greater and aucceiaful business executive where pop corn pops on radio more Drive*, near Rrdlan Roofing tto.
ha Bob Lance manager of the Miami O D. Monroe, executive and at a man of probityand waver, pan with alullng steaks Read HOI to I3M per acre Vrr RICHARD FUCHS I
Royal Palm Ice Company which of the Peninsular Material reliability or frying egg float around In rock fill, delivered within easy terms, laha M. Baser, Home Registered Broker
la located on the Dixie Highway Corporation and the Miami He la deeply interested In pub. mid air. model train obey spoken" a 10-mile area of Homestead stead, H*.. Kt 1, lox 4SS. John H Hale Salesman Floor Sanding end finishing
Mr. Lance to hard worker M a )'d. delivered Southeastern Asphalt and rubber tae Phone.18TW.
a Croaked Stone Company of 4100 110 affair and at all times can commands and walking-talk (n2-f4) Ph. 448 or 75 -W TO. Box IDS i
and never call. a day ended until S. W. 74th ave. He I I. also affiliated be counted upon to lend hla In- tog robot and Ice boxes give Rock Co. Ph. 771-J. (J1M4)) (mchStfX

the problems at hand have been with the Oolite Rock Company erest and support to any movement sales arguments will be Improvised
finished or elm put Into tangible Mr. Monroe hat a wealth or enterprise undertaken at' the Florida Electric Farm building, new 24'x24' quonMl. For sale by owner' -new nearly! 120 A. improved land $11,800 SEE ALEX LANIER for well

order for the next d.)"'* work. of experience and practical training for the welfare of all Greater Exposition at the Florid. State I Corrugated Stan-Steel constructlon. completed nne-bedroom houai,,. 100 fl. frontage with 3-bedroom I drilling Corner Krorhe *v*.

And whatever hla duties are he ,ln his field and can be Miami and the people In general. Fair Ftb. I. W. AClueslni.. On 10J"xlX Hiding $3,200 cash term Retlland arranged< don hone rented for ITS month on and M J:. 10th it Phoht SS9-W
bit & of
Peabody, 1
is prompt to discharge them with Mr. TuUn la active In civic dentist In charge for General
counted upon for any promotional door on* walk-In door, three month-to-month basis. Close In
I characteristic fidelity end devo scheme which will benefit affair and In many way has Electric has announced hen windows Ideal for machinery wth it J28tf) In Homestead $9,000.
I labored to further civic progress It U all a demonstration of I I I WANTED
tion.H Greater Miami storage, garage, etc. Immediate (lave purchaser for horn at
I Is energetic and always I and to advance the wellbeingof what Mrs. Housewife or Mr. Chef ROOMY WELL BUILT CBS
With directness,, expedition and delivery, tSBS. Ph. 472-J. (pf4)+) Princeton or Gould It location
willing and anx I outs a coapera t e eclat, Mr. Monroe has marched his city Ita people and It* may expect In the. near future HOME, I airy bedroom, living right.
with other business leaders fir firmly and unwaveringly to the organltatlona. He la a gentlemanof from electronlo and atomic tn.r.lealn room, wood-burning FIREPLACE, and price are I Bookeeplng service Wll-qual|
the betterment of his community front rank of the business world high character and honorable the home. Not least will Chrysler Kale overhead Irrigation separate dining room, electric refrlgerator S-A, bearing grove $3,500. fled woman wishes work of mall

and trade area lie well merits: Ho I lee man of broad Vision, nstlncU A man of Innate kindliness be I modem link Into which pump with ralnblrd route. gas stove, ga* water 10 acre grove with house 20000. businesses. where full time not required.
recognition for the splendid services .' forceful and eneroUalway.. he la recognized a* leader flows water from an apparently Silver Palm dr at Nannja rd., heater, large bathroom with built. H rash, 1 and 2 year mortgage I Phone 844-R. 031-14)$ )
he has n well rendered. willing and anxious to cooperate In the business, civic and religious unattached spigot to automatically Ph. T43-R-2 r. 1. Srnoak, Rt I, In closets! large SCREENED! .t (% Interest This U I an unusually .
Mr Lance I I. well known and with other business lender for life of his city and It liked wash huge stacks of dishes ant Box 274. (jIB) PORCH, spacious wcll-cared-f good buy Situation wanted: Would like to
haa a host of friend by whom and \ by all who enjoy dispose of all kind of ,.rb.... bearing lime on
|'the betterment of his city and respected! lawn S-car CBS GARAGE, located 10-acre grove can for mother and baby horn
h* to respected! and loved. This our great data the privilege of hli friendship and Ice making machines that product Weitlnghouse 1148 electric refrlgerator In highly toned area on In71x135 corner! of two prominent rd*, from hospital Experienced. lit.

writer wlshe to compliment Mr. Mr. Monroe has labored with acquaintance. cube almost Instantly and acorn used 6 wo*. Must be on exceptionally mOil 17,000. 3J7-J ( $ )
Lance upon the sutras he hD.I unflagging teal to bring about Mr. TuUn ha won the highest of other wondrous gadget the") told before Monday, $175. Mr. GROUND FURNISIIED. Immediate 0-orr* grove rind nice home In
attained.-Adv. remits that are constructive and confidence and esteem of hlissoclates approach the miraculous, will be Ray Fleming, trailer 11th ave. poaseaslon" Ideal fur children exchange for home and other pj21).i

I satisfying, and he I I. always on a* well a* that of his arrayed In the 50 dtiplayi tht and Ith .t., N.W (p28)] ) TOTAL PRICK: tS.B'VO. FHA fi .real. estate In llomontend. .

MRS. CLARA BELL J hand when needed to further the. many frlendf and customer of $100,000 show i nanced. Sre ECHOE: JORDAN BOaacretltoce IBd,, l(44 00 ... -

growth sand detelopment of. .. Reg." Bukeexclusive agent Ph, Is glsde land, fiUmmn CITRUS, .
wcll-localed
.HUGHES ,
\.", Greater' I "jjlarnj.' Hillba." ... ..,.. ....'..... ., J, to trade.NOW..IHJ.TUII.In your old refrigeratoron tOB-J.; 'et- (p3l] $229 acre rW? arr.*. *a *a AVOCADOS and
tt:= tI1lrr'lfii&fi1Y'fbmatul m hi*>ork : .,
"I 11IANGOSOresmenale.1
I a :new.NORGI to gel highest Hire avocndo grove with good
reason of tine public\ spirited! and I.I widely known In the ranksof tradeInallowance, Harris Refrigeration New CDS house 52 N. W 17th II.t homes! .
leaders who take an active Interest -, his own field and In other USED CARS all kind.
Ph. 1M, across from -off Krome ave Two bedrooms "r'l\Ihlll.0oo arm farm-land, can ,
h toke
Coral trades as well at a
In .
Its development.
'" Mitchell Hardware. (jury) all tile. bath tile kitchen. porches. be awn by appointment only.
Gable ha It* share of these civic lively Interest In general business cathedral living 1'011111.IUIIO CALKINR"Sunny
1 cypress casunnbl ressonnbleerma.
minded leaden and one who 1'1 I affair, Homestead Clap Co-Glass for ( cash, $10 per month 01. price, Grove t
this review of the ,
deserving of special mention ItMrs. r I In making balance, Dr C. F. Rublnton, Ph
all
W do
Heel sash I
purpose *
Clara Bell Hughes, executiveof onward progress of this area, the l-room apt. 20000. On MTtSEITI t
(97-W. (rill) muse
1942 BUICK 6.P ASS. COUPE glaslng. 201 N. Kroroa Phone 171 :
the Coral Gable Wrought Iron writer compliment Mr. Monroe 134x182 ft. on promnent -
ML Writ fIr Florida City
Company at 148 Greco ave upon the manner in which h* rd. Can be seen by appointment .
Priced below market. Very clean PHONE .5U."
M.... Hughes I I. prominently cooperate and on hi* public only 1

I Identified with the business world spirited policies, and wlshe for Three buMnes/ sites In downtown .., -----
l extensive buslncs Is him every success in the year -CAMBER FLOOR COVERINGSAsphalt Hiimentrad.Iknj.> .
testimony of the confidence and to come. rVn't'

good will which she enjoy In Warren Morris 1
her city and trade area. Mrs. 1916 BUICK 4-DOOR SEDAN-SUPER. 288 8 Krome Ave. rhone III 1nRh.
HAROLD ROBERTS and Rubber Tile
Hughe also' take an active part PC. Box 480. Homcstend, Fl*.
the civic affair* of her city A concern holding a foremost A clean car and priced right Inlaid Linoleum Broadfclt and Carpel

'tin community, position In Miami I I. the Tamlaml 111 N. W. tad Aye (Opposite tilth School). Phone IM
I, She has always discharged the Cabinet Shop which handle store
duties of her business in a man. future and custombuilt furniture.
net which ha not only elic'ted'! Be sure to talk with\ Harold Roberta Job PrintingField
., the warmest approval of her about your tore fixtures Preston B. Bird Motor Co.
many friend and acquaintances
and custombuilt furniture lie will
: but to both honorable to herself gladly help you if you phone Crate Stencils
and to the business' world She 413432 or visit his hop located 520 S. Krome "Y/ Phone 481 Miami Awning

has gained 1 a high reputation for at 3734 S. W. 28 Lane. Mr. Rob- L PHONE 148-R
the capable manner In which she ert's Idea of offering the peoplethe ,
has upheld the right of those finest service possible ha

who .have entrusted their problems been his whit banner and bar WindowOnly Florida City Press
to her care. given him sufficient courage and
Mr, Hughes I.I an honest high' hope to press forward at

.leader upon ,to and do can more always than be her counted share all Harold times. Robert, owner of the Dr. F. P. Archer:, Jr. window that did not admit

In any. project that J.* for community Tamlaml Cabinet Shop, I.1 popular .
betterment. The writer It with the people, and has OPTOMETRIST rain during hurricane --- - -
happy to congratulate Mrs. Hughes proved himself a real asset to
S upon her success In the business Mi city. A prominent figure In When open provides awning shelter from GENERAL %
world and upon the high place the business and civic \life, h* Is Specialising: In Examination ef the Eye and Complete rain. ELECTRIC

.sh* holds In the hearts and minds endowed with t pleasing personsllty Optical Prescript Senrlc
of the. .citizen and sincerely and II I cordial In his manner 0 Aluminum Frame and Aluminum Screen. SALES AND SERVICE

wishes for her every auccess. In Mr. Robert h.. won t host DAILT. TCE8. THRU SAT.-1.31 tt Sal: '

-the future' year. pf MrnAi, not only In Miami but t1 No maintenance cct-no rust, no painting.
Iso In the surrounding 3u'eL'He .* yvnl Mna g(, nomedeM rben 141 Radio and Appliance Repairs

Is a sound business man and Opens 80 degrcct-provides full ventilation. LICENSED and INSURED
has found that
genuine friendly
\ service to his patron I II the only 11 Operating mcchanUnt has finger-tip control CONTRACTORBRIGHT

bowata'fork key to successful business. His
I leadership In the business world All glass washable from Inside-easily re

I. ha won for him the confidence If Santa left you with a short, placed t J ELECTRICN.
I' of the people. His reputation for

ants worry Integrity has grown with the come stelU"Homestead PrIm comparable other window.
years, and he ha become one of Krome Ave. at Pint St. Phone.233-W

the leading businessmen and an Modernizes new buildings and old buildings ------- ,..." ...... -,
r. \ outstanding* citizen: Loan Co. alike.We .
It I a a pleasure I to compliment . . . . .
.". ... r J' , ,. r. .. J .--
"
h ajiojed Mr Robert upon the high placehe ,
,sjjf holds In the mind of the people -
and the writer .sincerely 205 N. Krome.AVe. brae conpartaoi with ether\ "lndew* and will gladly ahewyea :
wishes him continued In GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY
the year ahead.ASTHMA. nieces Collateral Loans-450.00: to 300.00 ) cvaxplrled. UaUIUUeM. sleets given wltbevl, obligationIf

\. : ,
.lit tie Biff.tEKERH Roofing of All Types
yet prefer Caaaaaent Wlndewi, ask, M sheet
I Solar Water Heaters
ELECTRIC DN I se...sNea.1-le la.ns at' 4V
..
.a a.d AllLiteAluminum
=! .., W u =:=. .Mra1M Ian. Sheet Metal Work./-

ITMATIC, ELECTRIC _..rats..a.1. UowoII'.....___If I .
.. Casement Windows .
raw Wave --II a.n6 v. MrM aW Mr Conditioning
...
sad lem- -
: ITER, HEATER =:'u'sssd. a :'0 Las=-= enter Fan VentUaUoii. 1." .


Wniiit Electric W. C. BASS & 'SONS : Insolationlre ..
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laa.e.eea rhesie MOW
ZlUlour Ambalanco Service Eidueltt Dealer In HeaMtea4 .* tstlsuiet
L'111 Addreat2J Fbemea

Cremation Epmore Dr. & Newton Rd. Ph. 743-M-t( 1 Arisen Ave.CenlGabiea.ru.. dINt

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Phone' 270 Homestead, Fla. teito, Ban tt* ,

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Biz HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. January 28 1949

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>St. **jd Mn. JaaM 8. Mr. and ...... JUn Bollard and LICENSES dow "boom and cleaning teas ((1180 a week). radio station

Hardy. Jr., and eon. James Byrd, son Jerry, and airs. Man In Ward welding hop. general I'I. $290 day carnival, circus.
III. have been vmlir.i here with len Monday morning for their (Continued tram rage One.) tabllahnMt job printing. MiirelUneouK

let Hardy parents, ..... and banes In IdtaOB. after u ordinance evidenced station, flower hop Vending rn..h11lt'1.+ welghlni I
In and Around :: poNd was inearnest I
Mn J. B Hard Set Hardy II I visit here with fulixrd'nbrelh.rb t5 lloenae*-bowling I mschinei $j MI. pnnynlot ( oo uLACK v10 a FEEL.WHITEAHOREl1 .
being transferred from TucwnArlt I -.law and sister. Mr arguments by repreaenUtlveft amusement machines. machine IIR'lOmlllK ;? N
I
., to Stvunn. Oa. and Mrs, r D. Mock < (if the automobile dealers. boxes, juke bow. I I h"""'. hotels. etc : $1 .: ::1:

I - gasoline distributors. etc.. it themeeting I movie proJector, per rental i I.m. exclusive of : .
Homestead Mr. and Mr Oeo Skill and I House guests of Mr, and Mrs .tat Monday night. In vice (exclusive of funeral ) twthrooms amid closet. ,.
daughter. Bunky. are expecting Ray down are Mrs. Bowers
I mereanUI broker '
waarej.. the remitting action by or Dealers / [
/
this week-end Mr Stall.. nephewRuawll . parent, Mr ed Mr.. H, C Arm- lection in alcoholic beverages -_ "'
Shill. of Notre Dam Unvanity strong *f MkkUetown, CpsMr. the council was to set a flat license oratory agency(where not told In coMa. mists not for consumption . JL.tTlF\ !.
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Wm. J. Oeronlmo hit been In I Mr. E fi Deglln and daugMurMia who will spend a week rate some 25 per .centMaher licensed profession).rental bl alcoholic on the preroit beverages, $M5 for; dealer con- :\
and Mr Jem WaUrop
It their horn than that of last yearAuthorised I
Jsmt Archer Smith Mary Lee and Mr*. Sera professional men -
Hospital of Miami. and children. Owen- spokesman for the umptlon on premises. $7110; chartered -
ainc Jan to *i the result at Doughty all or industry. Pa., are auditor, architect, ...
I dall: or Incorporated: clubs $150; ..11'
tud dotyn. and Ltoda : war
flat Virginia ban, M 1& guests automobile deaten. Walter Weiss artist, \ I Iroprertor.
fell\ from I ladder. III condition visiting/ in Modello wHk Mr. and SJoMay of M... WaMnp .. attorney, distributors of alcoholic I' erassn. WHERE CAN ypU GET
Tampa Christian Collage, arrived parent pointed out that the occupational
l reported to be Improving. and Mrs. Caper William sad Mr. endMrs dentfat, dental. a TOP QUALITY' DfVOg
| 1 to 32% of alcohol by eight,
home Tuesday night to speed thmidterm Mr. and Mrs O. N. Pierce license fee I II not a tax. to be tat,
P* WM returned home yeilerdayMr Dan William/ Mn. DegHn engineer optometrist and '
1 to 14%" alcohol by veight'
with her ,,
holiday her baaed on the ales of businessbut
cian, .,
i is a sister i of Caspar and Dan parent, Mr. and Mr.. M. J.Mr r.lIMen. Me. and Mr. John (U Seymourand that 1II\ I permit to operate surveyor $200, aU other alcohol distributors
and Mr Bowling O Dye William. Other koue guest .t daughter Mlaae Btrbara, I bu"In- a given community 140 license $1.2SO. I, Mil
M Miami Ire parent of a seven 1 the Den William horn were Mr.. lo Anne and Nancy have returned He MM that the deaten were cannery, mill work "

pound daughter Patrick Gall, and Mr Harry Holloway of MMland. *. J. M ;IMferty; and Mr' to Homestead for tile ..a. willing to pay IS per cent II- block publisher real. . I
born Jan. Pa, who left for their home k laundry (cleaning. .... II
21 In Jackson Memorl '
Ell De Youftf of South AUapa eon and Ire \living In their trailer tense Inennse was joined by I
Hospital Mr. Dye It the former on TueediyCpL tan Garden are entertaining" I at the municipal trailer park. W. R Bird In a plea for the lag). phcty of j I Phone 511-'VI
Miss France Darter. daufbieOf I ''''....In.l.w. Mr. Jan Boo* of council to "lIve and let live.' :' MO() license*_fertilizer tortun.'I. ( !
Mr. and Mn.. J. It. Dor*** oHomestead. and Mn L R. Jacob ofItMYIIIe. Hlnadile. III.. and Mr. Gras NINNI IIMIIN 4 MMNI NI-NN Recourse to the court for relief facturing, vehicle dealer I

Ind. parent of Hayward Of Milwaukee JAMtt AECircI; SMITH : wi threatened by Attorney I dealer or agent Ice hot water 1Lhin ( i
Adrian Jecofaa, are apemllng the
I UOSPITAL NEWS Vernon W Turner If the prop'ssd dealer bottled ga* de.l ,

A. O Hardln of Atlanta to Saigon. In the Swan apartment Pvt. Ohnn Ckkinion of Mac .................................... I license rates of $1 1.000 for 'chant, abstract and title
rlllcally \111 at the home of Mloninlsw here Col fred p. Jacoba and Dill Field and I. 3 Raulerwn II'' i .the Bamboo Tavern and $M for I pany, cold storage I ,
and daughter Mr. .MMn. east., fred I P. Jacob Jr., both Sarasota upset the.week-end hen Surgery patient this week at attorney were allowed to agency (SID for each ; yon LJII
. J. O Wynn A damfnterMr of Memphis, have 'been visiting! .t the home uf QtaMi\ parent, James Archer Smith Hospital were The license were edlu ted .Iand'i! more than one), I
at the Adrian Jacoba home. The Mn, M. F Whit of Homestead
1.. *. R. E. Poerjr arflved Mr and Mrs. S. L. Diekl"""" yssr'n fee of $760 for the traveling photographer
aoI.-t junior Mr. James ha* returned Mr. Christine Hill of Culler and
here tits and $35 for professional men csrs, taxi company IUt It Immediate Service
.., tttdild. to Memphi, but Col Jacobs 1'1 Mr and Mr*. LouIe Dulcle' and Edw Klmmey of Miami A proponed Increase for the reau, auction $30 Ida,. ftWright
II
remaining fur longer vUlt the medical
a Among patient Ir
.. 1i
daughter Mr Adrlaa Dilgle/ Seminole Theatre license from Silo license*-ikitlng or
1 h e h urea o fhb h ew, John Novak of Homestead,
Mr and Mn John freeman. solevenmonthold sup nave arrived from Muriim Conn, were $ISO to $155 wa abandoned and rink, wholes*!* petroleum Reasonable Prices
)) daughter John to spend the eaaaon In Bout Mrs. Cora LoU of Princeton Mn the license wa cut to $125.: dance hall, hospital
lie. and Mn.. freeman' mother! Mr and "'I'll. ,, W a Edward AllopatUh Garden Ruth Lee of Could and Mn Referred for consideration of and security! dealer .
cif Winter lark rowent vht Jenn Ehlrr of Dewey, IlL
) were Quality Workmanship
Ira. Ellen Dcndy hive arrived ill legality\ by City Attorney Ira company telegraph
;4rom Fairmont, W Vi, Id spend non of Mr. Edward parent, Mr. and Mr humid Nichols C. Haycock was a request" by Paul $7*-funeral hbme i
1he winter month here with MnPendyi Mr and M.ferbert\ Lvsnoff of of Silver Palm dr returned Friday GENERAL APPROVAL Lamer local merchant that no $85\ -billiard h.lI.SlOoaollcilor ea
eon and daughter-in-law. 117 N. W Oth itMn from visit In Now Oilcan ; licenses be Issued peddler endthat of ENGINE OVERHAUL

Mr. and Mn. B. r. Dendy with their aim-fti-luw and daughler (Continued, from Page One) )jJuJL-batarrcd from business later delivery, bank $ o
C. T. Shaikletord of Mitral Vt and Mr. John Capo .
visited here Tuesday at the record a* desiring to cooperatewith within the city limits.As according to capital, BUn: SERVICE
Mr and Mn. Lewis P, Rock, all relating lime and avo-j adjusted the license. fees amusement $100 a week 0
home of her aon-ln-lw and I
,yho arrived here several weeki Miss Chart*!* Fryar of Miami cado organization:; willing to will bet: $125--movi* theatre Electric MOTOR TUNE-UP
"10 to occupy their new home on daughter/ Mr and Mrs. Jimmy wi a wcrkfid house. guest 0'' recognize the need of Immediate $10 license.'armored, car (not movie), cccond hand 0

Xlngman Crow rd. south of Sliver IIInm.n.Mr. Mr. Erm Hall and Miss Irene change and Improvements for 1M5ch). public stenographer court $150-.Theatre troupe lIemestea4 rhone 188-\V_ FRONT END ALIGNMENT

Palm dr. plan to leave tomorrow and Mr*. Jesse Cauley and 1111 the welfare of the Individual reporter o
\y Tan American Alrwiyi to grower and of the industry In $1 I llrenaes-wheel alluring I PAINTING
M... 8, T Keblnaon .
Mr and Mr O C ttidfor .
spend. I month In Mexico Mr. generalIt $25 llrcnitrs-delivery or message 0
ton, V*. and Mr and Mrs lake
Rock recently sold the Dayton and duuNhter Mine Elfin and service (net telegram). In-
\ win decided: to hold the next BODY AND FENDER
Drib of fort Pierre have bran {
Elsie, slant the weck-ind I In a
(Ohio) Journal and Herald to regular meeting Wednesday. Feb. ursnre company. riding t REPAIR
visiting In Florida City with Mr IIcarlem"1
Rartford
Immokilce with Mr.
former Governor James M Cox tree ,
7 garwe surgeon o
and Mr* Lloyd' Dane and In Terrine *
rothrr-ln-law and sister, Mr. anMr
W Ohio. warehouse ($15 to $50 according
Werner F Nihrllnit/, coordinator BEAT COVERS
with Mr and Mn, Jeiw""
.. Sum
Civil. Mr*. Robinson I I. the Jackson.Mrs. for the growers and the to lire). o
Recent guer4 at the home of mother of Lloyd and Luke Dolts I \ asset in lion was introduced. The', $10:\ licenses.contractorsgeneral tJrltOLSTERINOtJNDEltCOUINO
J. A. rtuuKhtrly hnJc.ocon
Mr and Mn. Oep. M Arbogant and Mn. Cuve membership wai told that Mr;,, building, engineering<< sub D
11her\ home nt 100 E. Mowry
bf florid City were Mr, and Mchrllng Ii not association man-j contracting mason and plasterIng -

Mn K C. Hull of Lakeland. Mn' Mr and Mrs. Will I. Rhodraof it iger or ales executive, at bad electrical! and'orrcpslr, pnlnl- o

,Hull'a litter Mr... Geneva HIM, Plnevllle' La. spent several Mr and Mm, Fred Dower (IrMrlll'r. been reported but that his Job I log, electrical: signs/ moving and AND PORCELAINIZlNatUBlllCATION
'ef St. Petersburg, and Mn. Che days this week In Fluid City as here with M to keep tho directors constantly wrecking refrigeration, rooflnjp D
Oa, ire vlittlng
?Cown of Bristol Tenn. Other house guest Of Mr.*. Rhode Informed on the growerl' views and sheet metal, flooring and
mil dnuuhUr-ln-law
week of Mr and Mn Arbogail brother, J, B Cohcrnour heir mil and problem. landing. glass! and glaring ornamental 0GENERAL
Mr and Mrs. Ray Uuwen oModillo '
1 were Mr and Mn, II C Tal Iron metal, etc. landscaping MEATWe REPAIRSA
midge of Oulnlng. N. Y. and Mr. Uowen'i brother sign painting solar heatIng D
Mr. and Mr. Virgil Hart ofndlBnipolli and alulrr-ln-law, Mr and 53 Hear Scout Leader
sprinkler lystcm, structural COMPLETE Bt2MPER.TOBUMPEE -
Ind. returned home
Mn. T. T. DowenMr Speak Youth Work
on reinforcing Iron and steeltile SERVICEBUDT.ET :
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Diker of Monday after a one-week visit pad

Ocean Grove, N. J. are pending I hen with Mr and Mn R. 8 *. Bay O, Fleming expect A. S !McFarland Boy Scout executive awning/ elevator, septic tank o
,
PLAN
IF
well painting nESRED-
plumbing
the season here with their w>nand Clark Sunday guests at the Clark leave to iptihd six l for the South Florid drilling
'to Monday "
t daughter-in-law Mr, and home were Mr and Mri. J. C. work In ramps. after which she Council, spoke to the Mon addressing. mailing or duplicating carry a large selection of PAY AS YOU o DalVI.WJtECllEa .

Mrs. Paul Baker. The senior Rolthmler and Mr Juinlta Scot) ", Ml 'n Mr riirnn'' \In N"'w Brotherhood Club of First Methodist service sdvertis'ng agency. automobile SERVICE
Oaken plan to begin their tip and daughter Juy, all of Miami York City for I lay of Indefinite Church Jan 20 on Adults painting. barber shop choice flavorful
beauty parlor mineral or turk IIh cuts priced) II
borne early In March. "
i WIIKUI Mr. and Mri rlemln Working with Youth. Fifty-three ,
t bath. check cashing service
Mlai Mertle Klscrmu: arrived
*- *7. Mn S. R. Brook-! hai"turned I (lea week from Chicago to spend her have In been their making trailer pq their N. W.home Uth were present cleaner and dyer, employment right for your' budget [Bird Chevrolet CO.r t

from Albemarle, N. c., where (heiwei lame Ume at her winter horn and Eighth itMn New Name NeededA agency, express company, Insurknc. ... .
I called by the Ulnei of her here. I IV" adjuster repair and machine ..1..' i ; $ '
: parent, Mr and Mrs. U O NeaL -> man named Jot HogbrMIe l hap, shoe repair hop (no ..ddI! I : :- : ; ' 't'f.c.e n ..... :t-, '" .i W VK ETBM Are.rbene .
1 has moved
Dorothy |
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w Mr*. Clifford Campbell and Infant to appeared In court to have his lionel license needed U licensed .' r na;
r Mr... D C Bowen I I. a patient ton, Clifford Norris' were I ([the from Mow the Horn apartments apartment on N. W. name legally changed, The judge il merchant), sign writer, tailor\ Stock up 'on'th .energy you II

!In Dad ,County HoiplUL returned home Monday from I Pose tton nodded understanding and scheduled transfer company win- o
Third it Mrs ton
James Archer Smith HoiplUL I add recently completed boo .asked "What name do you want need for active winter days. 22 Years With
Mr and Mn' Howard Boat "' I II. raining at the San Diego n.val) to take'" tired' of hearing people my, HI,
moved this week Into their Donald Madison;;; of Homestead ChevroletWANT
new base and haa been transferred to Frank Hog bristle I'm tick and Joe whaddya know" -Ex.
home on N. W IJth it I. 111 In Dude County HoitpltiL
assignment
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AdvtUi Mini. 4c; Matinee tea I .. m). Ito I S, DUk Ply With Our LumberIt's
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Last Times Today "DUDE GOES WEST"IA'IID"Y.
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JIMMY WAKELY, CANNON BALL TAYLOR In at T and I p.nvg sturdy strong support for Brand <

"SILVER TRAILS" ....M.a. J.. J*-11 your home-your walls, your floors, your beams
(Snarling" six gun. top Western tune) JUDY GARLAND.GENE KELLY. ..!;
And ROLAND WINTERS.. TIM RYAN InrilE WALTER SLEZAK In and anywhere else where quality wood is needed.
GOLDEN: EYE" "The Pirate" 1

(Detective ace of the Orient stalks desperate killer In Mv\NUFACTURED: IN HOMEST'
mystery nine) T M.-HM, tea\ I-I
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I WILLIAM POWELL ANN SIXTH, IRENE HARVEY: In "Haee Street" w. D. Home Co. Inc
"MR.\ PEABODY AND TilE MERMAID"It : i

( couldn't tippet It ihouldnt happen but It did. He saw TkBra-FrL. Fea. !.. .

...- her aha didn't but you should) RED KKEUPN, BRIAN DON- Hardware and Building: Materials ; I ; 'a, ; H,; AU .Popular Mixes on hI and +
Added'Wwkmt: Ttlf Cartoant -Ou-lo MelUa and Orchestra LEVY. ARLINE DAHL In"al ; .
Maskalt '*ChI New Southern Yankee' FRANK U SKILL Owur a 4.7.5-4.8.8-5.7.6-4.9.3-3-8-8..-..10010Iii

TUESDAY: and WEDNESDAY: Feb.\ M 11 N. Krome Ave. Phone 277 Any Amount Organic Desired
"Saturday Fe. S
LORETTA YOUNO MITCHUM WILLIAM fat HOLDEN, ROBERT JUDY CONOVA LULABELLK Special Mixes on Request (one-ton )kFlorida ] only))\

"RACHEL AND THE STRANGER"Rebel --Swint Your Painters

( bride of a man she never kissed pledged to alum hit Aba HOPALONQ CASSIDY In eealal emfltelt. ..atttllttllRhodes'Garage
.horn but not privileged to claim his love) -Uopp,'. Holiday"

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; THURSDAY sit FRIDAY Feb. I.t '

RANDOLPH SCOTT GABBY ROBERT RYAN ANNE JEFFERYS eW N. B. Stk 8T, and 1st AYE.OMMwlt East Coast Fei'Hli/pr
HAYES
in vlliPart
( (bsabet'd CewaMre Bldg)
\\n "RETURN OF THE BAD MEN" Mw M I.NLII Nr ,

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( a AUTO TRUCK TRACTOR REPAIRING?
sodeterror
called Cheyenne on rampage of murder ) I Phone 16 Henry IL Pridccn, Mgr\ Ilomeste Fla,

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