Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: February 4, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00646
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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The Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper\ Since 1912

38th Year No. 5 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FKIDAY, FEBRUARY 4,1949 Price 6 Cenu

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POST VACATED As Mail Delivery Started in Homestead TuesdaySmooth Nudist Camp Is I Not Detrimental I GREENS FEE SET AT, $1.50 DAYTHE \

Opposed In 3 In Palmerton,

BY DEATH OFLEGISLATOR Resolution Sets Writes RectorIn om.w _WEATIIEIC aqua t.... e.M.phs opening Saturday of will the m.rklit RedUn DUtrkt official

LI I r anm..a em.a Im er.w Golf and Country Club' nine

Iknvlutlons/ objecting to proponed ; in "open letter to the public" ' ..*.. uulSb.I| | a.,. |IUIl. hole course located on the 120
4 eatablnhment of Sunny Mr. ind Mrs J. Reed Supleecounter Jln. IT ... 83 53 30.08 club tract North ICromebetween
Palma nudist camp four miles objection to their proposed Jan 2.. __ ..... JB3 SI 30.01 on
southwest of Florida City were : nudist amp her by. quoting Jan at. _... .. 18 58 3011 Coconut Palm and Silver

pawed during the past week by from letten of recommendation Jan 30._ '_ '. 14 65 30,10 Palm drives
I the Redland District Ministerial new on file with the Dade Jan. II .. 15 SB 30.OB Tried out last Sunday afternoon
Voter will ballot! Monday on Association, the Homestead City County,'toning board i Feb 1. IS 58 30.11 by II foursomes, the link, are

II candidate In the special primary Council and the Woman' Club of I One tMtimonil they quote from FeI\ IS S9 3007 reported shaping up nicely

for election of I aucceiior HomesteadThe i the Rev, George McKinley: rector -- -- -- Official say the greens and tees

to the late State Representative application of J. Reed and of St. Jutm' Episcopal Church are expected to be. In excellent j

Richard Oelkers. Jr. roll will be M1t Zelda Suptee for a toning and Palmrrton, Ii, where 111.nd'' 500 EXPECTEDIN condition for tomorrow1 opening
i,.. q building permit to establish the tin Supine have operated a 1 although time will be required
open from 7 a. m. to 7 p, m. at camp will be taken under conald- nudist camp for several year, Itaa to bring the fairway Into topplaying

PerrIne Community House, Goulds oration Tuesday 'by the county follow; shape. The trap have not
Supply Redland Grocery. Tlsdale .i + n commlmlon. Approval of the permit "I do not hesitate to testify that. MOTORCADE yet born sanded For the player

Grocery' at Princeton, the IjomeUaiTclty wn recommended by the the Sunny Rest Lodge which U comfort, a large porch with' a
1 county toning board to the commission situated about two mllee from refreshment bar has been addedto
ball and Florida City
lilt week, and the matter I Patmertnn hat hid no detrimental the east aide of the temporarypro
town hall
was referred to ''CommissionerPretton effect upon this community ahop.
The Democratic candidate are: I ROTARIANS
Jack M. Jurner of Homestead, B, Bird, who lint week I have every reason to believe Playing privilege are hOt.rofto
", Walter /. Coleman Carroll B. called for an expression Of that both the proprietor and pi'' fined to club member ,but art

Shaw, J. Fritz Gordon, Mr. Trances opinion, I trans of the lodge are. people ol More thin five hundred per- extended\ to family group, vutl!
O. Warrlner Noah C. Tyler,, In its molutlnn to the commli- /good character" arms are expected to tour the tare and guests for specified: fee
James E. Abru, Sidney L. Se- lion, adopted Monday night, the The open letter from Mr, and Redland District next Friday FcbHi. Ai set ui> last week by the board

gall. Norman R. Lyons, Grant Homestead council inked that the Mrt. Sappy to resident of the I on the annual) Rotary motorcade (Continued on Pig Fout)
Stockdale )Hayes S. Wood Jack operation of Homestead city mall delivery, ,begun Tuesday In, the approved midtown t permit be denied on the grounds Redland District, 'follow In full: from" Miami lo Homestead.
area, li reported by Pestmksler S. E. Livingston. Serving n temporary carrier until the that Vine nudist would not The Homestead and Miami
Xehoa E. Lloyd and Fred :: camp
T Hunt outcome of Saturday competitive examination' U eanouneest-are Homer Byrum afkd Chas, be "desirable, . beneficial, . OPEtf LETTER TO THE!:PUBLIC: Rotary clubs will be 'joint hosts NEARLY 100 PCT.RESULTS .
Coalman letter carrier, and Cjiai. E. Eiints! parcel post carrier Several month ago we time '
conducive to belt'taof at luncheon be
Republican candidate Ger- nor the a to aerved In one
are Shown In front of the post efflce Just before mall delivery begin Tuesday morning, are, the citizens taxpayers and to this community with the hope of the hangers at llomrstead 1548to ti
aid ScbwarU and M. Duncan IN
left to right: Postmaster Livingston, Carrier Cowman Ennli and Byrum .Assistant Postmaster resident .* that we could mike this our Field.
Their will be
Held,, - A. V. Phillips, Jr. ---- ___ Phrt 'br MMW_. Pua_....,. revolution ministerial home And live on cordial terms Rotarians from guests practicalevery! lot
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The with fell \people, We hive been LICENSE RIVE
elate In the union and Canada
Flint and Steel Fire 2" Future Farmers Lent association adopted at a meeting sinus II 1 "IP'.tUlteI by the kind
1 ; ,t0. I III who ,Vuri ting In M JIm l ,
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nrld lel {
In 2 Seconds-Wins' : I "" "1. "
.: J GRUW.ERlGE 'sir 'lor ida" ;. PRETAINS* jj "*14It 4Det1Mideetga eau. dark 'tollacl llJsll
UNWW\oIlr...; 'f'J NrS. ere haj ] wlioJi' publicly *xprM* OWl'rt ip- fed nearly four hundred motor-
.. M"f' In delinquent 'HI lioaniek .y the
eeenteen member of Homestead application to erect a nudist colony '
= cedar at a fish fry In the city
city of Homestead has bee hearty

N.wry,14..f rrtnerUaBey $299,720 FOR i Chapter of Future Firmer OLD LICENSE' 'commissioner In this area from and the the! section county, l -ountrY We area,to.t.bllih about four la mile th* .park.The motorcade will come to the I 100 per cent effective It WM

Beeat Tree II holds the of America and eight member of Mr. Preston I B. Bird, hat betJlreque.ted southwest of Florida City, I Redland District vie Coconut learned iterdsy. The fee
.th Dade Scent record for would have become uncollectible
Redland Chapter wilt leave this by the other member health retort and nudist camp to Grove and the Cutler
Making fire. by flint and alert morning for the state fair In be located In the central acre of Highway. Feb. 1. i
of the commission to advise them
It.will be Homestead Ro
la two _ad.. 39,304 BOXES:I Tampa to take part" In Judging FEES FOR'49Homestead concerning the feeling of the people our forty acres The Dade County tartans Leading Roy Chandler and Dr. City Clerk R. J Edward said
Record are expected to be livestock fruit and vegetable exhibit In this area; zoning board, after hearing our Carl F Robinson with Miami he believed fees for all but two
nude and broken at the field I *. Roy Wood, Homestead side of the story, agreed with ui a licenses., amounting to about ISO,
AND FURTHER MOllE, It Is committee headed by Dick Dreatel
meet. ... fur Feb. It In Miami adviser, and Olin Wright will thut this would not be an undeilreiblo had been collected but lie would
understood that Mr. Bird has expressed and Roy Page. After touring the
la which the Redland Dlitrlrt Grower received $1299,719 the Homestead business men wl11opera" business. not be able to give the exact
accompany group :
the opinion that the operation South AllapatUh Oirdeni section,
traps are expected teparticipate. which will travel P. T. A. bus, !. The In amount until Chief of Police Wm.
for 39.304 field boxes of tomatoes I by In 1849 under the existent of such an Institution community Pennsylvania the Rotarians will be taken to
Competition will r. BranUey'i final report Ti
Iac>lade tint aid knot tying, old within the pad five day at and Cleburne Osborne; Redlandadviser occupational license ordinance *s would be contrary to the best I where we operate our um- Oouldi t& Inspection of the biggest turned in.FREDFUCHSJH.
will his students of this type regards
accompany mer camp
puking. fire by flint and steel, Florida City State Farmer' Mar-I who will go by truck. the result of the tabling by the Interest of this area; our enterprise to such an extent will head poUte for packing the former houses, then air
and ether east trots !let, Marketmaster C S. Phillips council of "THEREFORE b* It resolved army
] Member of the Homestead city Monday night the that the Redland MinisterialAssociation that letter were presented to the baa and luncheon. Somewhere

I reported yesterday morning High group are Dan Wolfenbarger. controversial proposed ordinance Its Dade County toning board from along the farm tour, they will be ,

I price wai $9.10 and average1 price)I Billy\ Henry, Carl Gollattscheck, raising license fee come 25 per lupport hereby behind places Mr Bird undivided most of the builnou house, law treated to. an airplane dusting
FARMERS MAY Tommy Feeney, John Daker, enforcement amende und prom. IS POSTMASTERFOR
$762. I cent. An amendment to the existent and commend him for hli firm demonstration.After .
James DeMello, Norton Wake- bent persons, testifying that our
Another ordinance sets Apr. 1 is the stand behalf of the welfare luncheon the Homentead
change the time of on
field Ronald Clonlnger, Kenneth date license camp li both wholesome and deilrable > club win escort> the motorcade
SEEK LONG TERM when payment becomes of his constituent and South! NARANJA
the auctions wu announced
yesterday Pyle' Arthur Hester Olin Wright In the community.
J delinquent, and provides Dade In-is-much-as, In through' Homestead and the grove
I by Mr. Phillip. The dally Jr., Steve Torclse, Bob Drawdy for Increasing penalises for nonpayment opinion County the; establishment of Among these letter of recommendation section of the district The Red-

LEASE ON CAMPS auction of No. I green tomatoes Raymond Kelly John Chandler, License fees were due our such in Institution constitute an U one from the former land, Silver Palm and Princeton. Fred 1.7uchllook office Tuesday .
will begin at 2 II.nd will' be Herman Hamker and Billy\ Smith. district attorney In Pilmerton,
Feb. 1. affront to the and tolerance areas wW be toured ai the Ro a* postmaster it Nlranja to
of held promptly on the hour Redland boy are Tommy Core Al the current ordinance provide of the people decency, would promote Albert H. Heimbach, which says, ta rlani wend they way back to I. succeed Mrs If. K. Graham who
j TIle feislblllty seeking a
throughout the afternoon1. At Runken Marshall Holmes In part:
Roy ,
Miami. retired after of service.
long-term lease on the govern I a $100 license fee for peddlers / a deterioration In property! <<, 21 years
about 7 o'clock sinks ripe and John Hughes, Clifton Williams, "Our population ti composed
; ment-owned Redland and South ; whose exclusion from.op. values and undermine the cultural Homestead Rotary Club members Mr*. John B. Graham I I. clerk.
No. 2 tomatoes be for the most part, of conncrvitlviPennnylvinla
green will Myron Saiser Raeford Fakes !
; will to the Homentettd Mr Fuchs graduated from
go I
Dade farm labor camps, wi outlined oration In the city had been asked foundations of the community.
by Dixon Peace for directors auctioned off.ArchaeoloJtists. and Richard RuUke. by a local merchant, City Attorney FURTHER, that a copy of this Dutch who frowned Field hanger at 12 noon Friday.I Homestead High School and attended .
this builneu and
of the Dade County Agriculture 'Ira C. Haycock advised that resolution be furnished Mr Bird upon type Th* regular Wednesday meetingIn University of Florida before -
the city cannot refuse to ind the I who, before Mr. Buplee started the Parkway Restaurant will{ enlisting to MTV In the
1 and Labor Association (t e Indian Mounds\ newspaper
I to
Open operation
complained my I I I
meeting Wednesday night In the grant this license. not be held next week Army Air Force during the wir.
I war consistent In my
I eamp auembly hall. Government- In Park Service of Adopted after its third and final .
Study AboriginesTest advice to theae earlier complilner "
built In 1941 for $680,000 and raiding wu the new toning ordinance VISIT :
13,432 thai hli activities would bewitched Boy Scout Week Hailed in Homestead
| valued today at more than a which lets minimum build- clonely with the view of ,;

h 11,000,000, the two camps were excavations Into Indian] Harrington archaeologist for the Requirements pn a square foot cloning such camp If Improperly I Home of l Daniel Carter Beard's SonScout .
offered June 15 for $108,000 to mounds In the Shark River area!) National Park Service of the bask Instead of a dollar: basil 'GLADES PARK conducted. From the beginning
the growers' group, which has of Everglade National Park were l eastern United State, and Park Amendment* to the ordinance the Suplee proved themselves to

$ been unable to rail the >purchase> made over Uie week-end! by Dr. Naturalist Willard E. Dilley. During pro Ide for the lowering of minimum IN PAST MONTH [ be upright and law-abiding. cltl- Feb. 6 to 11, baa his library. .
price. I the reconnaissance expedition requirement In Block B, lena and were Immediately accepted I special w1E'; to the Red- Dr. a O. Wolfenbirger 1* district .
Mr. Pearce laid that he planned John Gogglnt, archaeologist from from Friday through Monday the 6 jnd 7'of Porvenlr No. 1 from by the residents of the land because the ion of commissioner for Redland

(Continued on Page Two) j University of Florida, Dr. J. C. exploren lived on one of the 11482 square feet to 1200 quire By actual count, 13,432 person. neighborhood. (, nor anyone to the late Daniel Carter Beard, District Boy Scout*-the Navajo

floating ringer stations feet. and for the rezoning of two visited Everglades: National Park my knowledge, bar ever had any pioneer of (the American Scouting Nation, which comprise fee
Nothing unexpected Wai revealed block In Civic Center Additionfor during January report Park complaint either about them or movement/jmake* nil home here troop from Perrlne to Florida
I Life Cycle of Orchid Shown to Local I' by the excavation ai the:I residential purpose Superintendent Dan Beard Of about their ClIIIJI." The ion li Din B. Beard, raprr City, Inclusive Neighborhood

atratiflcatlon of artifacts* coincided : Consulting City Engineer Wm. this number, 13,132 cam by In mother letter the editor of Intendent ft Everglade National commissioner are Robert Mac
Soroptimists by Von Paulsen with that of other SouthFlorida I Sydijw was authorized to make a private automobile, Greyhound the Palmer-ton! Port Joe Nanovlc, Perk, who Baa Interesting mernen.1 Done!I, the Rev. Frank Ever/
mounds opened by amateur survey to determine the valuation bus and the Audubon tour,' and says: toes of htl famous and Roy Schowilter.

The life cycle of an orchid" wa to this country', Moat of theme explorer, report Park of the city: light and water plant 100 entered the park by boat Mr. "A curloaty it first, the lodge home on Redland rd. I The troop their scoutmaster*.
Illustrated In an exhibit at I I'Monda .me to Miami and some have Superintendent Dan Bard To' for the renewing of Insurance.J. Beard predict that this season' hat been accepted a! a commonplace Mr. Beard was In the park and their time and plan of meeting ,
)'* luncheon meeting of the been bought by Miami residents safeguard the mute record of the .: w. English developer of figure will far exceed the rough by our residents . The could not 'be reached yesterday I, a* ai follows: I
Soroptlmlit Club of South DaA The fifth International orchid way of life' of the Cape Sable II Civld Center Addition told the estimate of 22.000 visitor to the nudist camp has been accepted b* out Mrs. Beard told or same 01! Troop is. Perrlne; scoutmaster

{ County In the Seminole Trading how, which: open Feb. 4)) at 7' aborigine, preserved In conch council that the other property\ park for the December to Marchperiod our community because of the her memorle* of the founder of Howard Napa; meet in Commu

Port by Mr*. 'Carl Von PaulMn.i p. m., U the' only show In the shell utensils and arrowhead I leftaround" i owners refute to join him In nf 11*. fine manner In which: It If man- the Boy \-Scout of America. nits House 7:10: p. m. Thursdays.
of the club. who spoke world devoted exclusively to ancient amp sites, all Ing the necessary right-of-wy for r-i<< guidance! of park visitors, iged-4tot. because Palmerton has Among the most colorful was the Troop it, Princeton; icoukn.
.Q orchid culture Cpt and Mrs orchids she said amateur digging will b* barred I I'an alley parallel to Krome ave, I ranger-naturalist' I II on duty at any 'number of abnormal nudist observance 001 M.OOO Boy Scpuyi ter, Norman Benson; meet la
Voa Paulsen began tor.1ae, orchids Mr. Von and only qualified archaeologists. and hiked In event the alley I II all time at the Pardls Key enthusiasts ID all the time that of the nlneieth| birthday of Daniel , Scout Hut at 7:10 p. m. Thursday
Paulaen showed the,
a* a hobby at their home Fiddler method will be permRted to explore: the,, not put l through, that the strip he ranger station. Sunny Red Lodge his been In Carter I l Beard on June 21, *
** Green, on Krome rd. north of fertilizing an orchid park mounds, he aid. offered for rlght-of-wiy use be operation nothing of disrepute 1WO, at tty World' Fair in New Troop 14, Redlind; icoutmisUr .
of Halnlln dr. and the hobby blossom exhibited a seed pod that Earlier archaeological (Iacoy.rI. returned to Ita'orllnal condition DIMES DRIVE EXTENDED has occurred The conduct of the York. Clothed In his white buck. *. Donald Fpley and Jack Levy; ,
aoon grew to be a business They and been pollinated a year ago, .* and Itlll-nivigable canal, and that the removed toll be Countywide extenilorf of the camp and of the member has skin lull "'r. Beard made his meet In Community Church at
plan to specialize iQ, our native explained the method of I dug a* short-cut for Indian replaced March of Dime drive U reportedby been exemplary The nudists' entrance In a cart drawn by oxen, 7 p. m. Tuesdays. '
rchld*. planting the seeds In ita-Illied I'i canoe, Indicate that band of The matter war referred to: Tho B. Royal local chairman. practice their preaching but nuke she Mid. Troop B, Homestead scoulma '

glass flask Among her exhibit j I I i CalooHi lived it, Capt Sable for Strvgts Committeeman Ruuell' Donor are aiked to make out no attempt to foist it upon the A Quake and an ardent proponent ter Warren Alktn; meet In First about twenty thousand were year-old plant ready to be I 1 hundred of yean. ., until decimated Horn > their check to the Mirth of non-nudliti; and the conventional of kMace, Daniel Carter Presbyterian hall 7 p. m. Friday.
varieties of orchid throughout removed from a flask plant II by the Spaniard and the The council took under conild- Dime and man them to Mr. believer show no mlialonary teal Beard dieihortly before his Cub ,Pack 29 Homestead; cub r

tile world Mr. Von Paulaan year older In community pots 1 Creek oration a request by S. A. Turner Royal at P. O. Dos 732. on their part It' a nice balanceof ninetyfirstbirthdiy/ In lilt before muster B. Heath Holden; meet q
Mid, and the most attractive older plant In individual pots I that Tony and Ik*'* Welding Shopbe The coin-card hiv been collected live and let live the tolled State enteredthe In Presbyterian hall 7.30: p. nv
varieties are native to Central and blooming plant of different TWO iNrt-RED nf TIGHT prohibited from operating at 'from the schools but manyof "We In Pilmerton think of war All his daughter-in-law last Friday of each month.

and South America. Dade County varieties By mean of the onchidits' i I Injuries from a fight Tuesday night, and on Sunday Mr. Tur- the cash boxes are atm available Sunny Real Lodge ai an asset to remember Hm, Mr. Beard had Troop 29. Homestead; acouU
la the principal orchid growing I big stud book, the explained afternoon In Florida City sent (Continued on Page Three) at downtown store for do- our community. It brings ui many the faculty of looking forward master, Philip Bourne; meet la Q
section of the United Sates I I how each plant' anc- Garland Chaney of Homestead nationsLiONI commercial benefit and causes but also .Mif aging the bell thingsof first MethodiaUcocUU hall 7J9

I Poland, which had been try la revealed fcy rte number. and Robert Gray of Florida City MINISTERS: WILL MEET no friction. I feel that any camp the past. He wu awarded p. en. Thursdays ie

breeding and keeping for itself In answer to queries\ Mrs. Von to James Archer: Smith Hospital The Redland District }linl....... TO ME PCACE FILM managed by the Supleei will many medal*, among them the
{ the choicest varieties for a century Pauunn named varieties that for treatment. Investigation of /LMOclaUon wW meet at 10 "Air Power. I* Peace power >prove to be the urn" Roosevelt Medal for exceptional ALARMS FOB GLue TOM'
1 and a bait changed lit policy will flourish in tool tree the ease'waa" being .made yesterday o'clock Tuesday morning la the Eastern Air Line film, .will be ''The Rev. ,George, McKinley service' to mankind. Treasured at The several fire alarm this
during the war, ah' _lei. Ta ave Though rare plant' cost hundreds Pet Morgan First Method!*! Church of Home shown lot the RadUnd District rector of St Joho'i Episcopal: the Beard home U a medal which week were all gag minor ma. r t

teas orchid treasure, from de- of dollar*, beautiful ipecl-I l, wh' br-ata raeW.lOf. stead' for it* February buifnee Uon Club at Tuesday nlght'iwtltof Church at Palmerton, Pa* wrote:: bean irate profile AIM to be seen ; blazon report fir ,Chief >Roetulllvu.

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Page Two HOMEETBAD LEADEfeENTERPRISE Friday, February 4,

Local Orchid Growers Will Compete I COLEMAN( ASKSELECTION I Hospital Auxiliary Starts Membership\ dey. TM.. cigar. meeteni Vek MM II. lokWw MMa FARMERS MAY NOT DBTKIMKNTAL,

I In 5th International Show! in Miami I, Drive Under C wnmunity r Captains! 1 earwig Sgtih rep T Nteek. .by (..k*>UtMed froM Pegs Me) (Contained from Page OM)
TOLEGISLATURE neg 51e ii W. a C. & Ai to km frktay. tat Washington. "I 1 do not .hesitate, to testify Uy
i men .awnrseag'hag. kMrfi. at the to geaeuai. will were. fern and the Sunny Rest lodge whiakj
Local MhlMU will be Included alaeer will be made by CaptI The membership drive of tht 1 Mte Helen FtteOfcbona, Mi* diurth art ,Salad to attend. killer groups the poaalMllty of situated about two miles
In the .three-day. Firth I International I Cart Von Paulsen. a vice-presi new James Archer" Smith Hospital Bdw.. Krone, Mr* Walter Weiat. national .legislation. to permit palmerton has had no detri
Orchid Show In Miami : dent of he aponaoi Ing group, and AuKtttar let under wkf I. .... Thoa. C. lOrdy. Mr*. OM' Edwin Knight ServesIn .lea** rather than Ml of the Sal effect upon this oomraunHj
Mra. Paulo. Opposition/ to the consolidation "Sullivan Mrs. Robert Crow Mra.beonard .1 camp He pointed out that per- I have every reason to bellev
which eyena at 7 o'clock thin eveningla I Although a lint. winner last of county and city govern meatt this week with the apf..tmonllhi Bremler, Mm. RtohardH. 1 Puerto Rico Base hapt half of the 50 surpltfs amps that both the proprietors andIrons a*

Seafront. l Park auditorium year, Decal. Ryerean of heard! !II l major Issue hi b:. platform, :Mrs Harry Jenner member.1 Donovan. Mile Bertha Mill Oreat Lake. III Feb J-Edwin had Ikea told, but .that. the buy of the hedge are people t
under the aponaonhlp or South rd.. ,commercM orchid grower. says Walter A. Coleman, eandl- ship chairman of mmbenhietptolna HauMuui and Lt Comdr. C. D. en were finding tax, Infurance good character
florid Orchid Society Inr. an. will not enter a Metay. In the diM In lh* special election Tue* for each of the oMnmu-I Reemelln. U Knight! Jr., aviation chief and operation enU almost pro I W* hop that the good peopl
affftlite of the American Orchid j weekend.. oiiii..... .*.... tit to Ml the Dad County \rglalatlve nudes from FtrrfM to. the Keys, I machlnM'a mate, USM, husbandof hibltlve.Taxes and windstorm and of this community will glue IN
i In UMJjajti.aU. I dltiJtll, will to port left vacant by the Mra.' a A. TlbWto" prMldoht, announced Mcn'f Fellowship Will I M..... Mary Clltabeth! Knight of fire insurance for the two local an opportunity, to present .aj
Society Inc. I wejEBk1*) OK.*" deal of Slat Representative yesterday' two forms, Elect Officers Feb 11. Perrlne, ...Ta. It aervlni with camps hale been .animated at cat before them, prior to III
Doth plant and cut flowers will I vartety. *Tlm ea lIe named Richard Oelkers, Jr of membership are ef*redD i i Patrol Sqadron t at the naval air from tlO.KM( to 111000; yeariy.Aa proJudgmeotJ. ,
be Included! hi I display from ibr the > ce sd wit of the ,hoe Also favored by ,Colemsn Area annual' membership at a dollar I Officer! win be elected end a lotion In RooaeTtU Roads, P.R. outlined, pad tentative\ plan REED SUPLE1tKLDA
pry Jun V owned I Ix. renneal, RentwAJr nurcerrI'1 medical and dental I M'hoel.tor 1 a year and life membership far' conetllutlon adopted at the or-, Knight, who entered the naval I I. to ask the 'Vfvernment for a SUPLita :
aiM ft* frhiwll Orchid ton *? who Bunded 1M Jungle in Dad County, adequate flood can both husband1 and wife at 12V_ ( ntaaUon meeting of the Mt'I"/, ItrvlCt'' uI1 la, 1140, received hit 211-a... lease lilt the camps for
Newton rd, between" ....1 1tI'.I..1t4' mother. el the present trot, a 20-year retirement plan The auxiliary was orxanlted" Fellowship of Silver Palm Meth.odirt ::1 I recruit training at the naval training non-profit operation by the aaioclation -
and Biucr dr.IDdlvlchle& l.-mfA.oenlor.l The'AJ Fennell.) for state and county employe*, under ,sponsorship' of the! local Church to be held on Fri Station In Norfolk. T under normal federal yaa COLISEUM
& entrle' In various Allr'\naluu M ""*I ldli la' and no new taxes. ..... ,Coleman Sorcptlmlrt club, t9 aid the city- i uperrlxlon. -.ah Feb 15 thru 23
lays (that ht ii tbltgttet to M caned hospital which Is operated 4..
I will be I plant IffeertloNt many Kites 1:3:
I special "interests. but U fm to on a non-profit baslt, by t
lectured and boflted .et Orchid Mala. Sal ltte.135
JACK KEIIOE TOI Jungle for marketing all over the serve til the people w the county. elected beard of truttevs. Officers were IN THE NEWS

world.! SMamrnta" are. made regularly A native el Souta Georgia, Mr. Ten" life on Jan 21' COMPART 8f 115
ADVOCATESTATETAX I to South Melee" Central Celemta cams to Dad County In this memberships added
week bring the total to II,
America, France, England, and mtt t tt enter the automobilebuilntu. Mra. Jenner
In 1829, h, Joined the reported. The new
other far places where fine ptanla
life member are: C. R. Dull, Mr ,
mmmm are grown.' Marl from tn open ttivrim department when he
I and Mrs, H. S, Bryant Mr. and'
formula Including DDT. and an continued to serve until retire
Mrs. H.
men 1 of the farmer. Sheriff a C. 'POW. Cooper, Mr. and
emulnflrr, th* spray hat been
Tick I Mra. N. Alger. Mr. I
Krhne, Miami attorney, a Coleman hli and Mrt.
brother recentrite
found to be the mart efficient
candldite for the Democratic W. E. rassett, Mr. and Mra. Pin-
sent lor. N,.
I Coleman reentered .
deterrent of orchid ertle, Mr. .KAY
I ton It Mr. -t
Domination and
for slate rcprearnti- the automobile business Pepper Mrt. A. f.' rTA
'live, explained till platform In I Fennell aye : from which, retired. three Arthur, the Rev. Paul Manning I
talks throughout the county thisweek i Amateur growers are Dr. and Mra. Jo. M. Burton and
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Duohnell 'who, B0 1
Mayor and Mrs .
and Thomas
treated the need tens Mr. and Mn. Coleman I make E. Kirby
moved than two
modem cwntltuUon for Florida more 6al years ago 'heir' ham at Ml i 8. W. Mth rd.fl Mcmbersh'p! captain are: Per I
from Coral >le t> m.kthllI'
Kehoe alaa went en record for: Miami. rite, Mrs. Clyde Hlnton; douliliMra. 4.
home Hedland rd. I B
I alto tax comm'iilon' to equnllte | on Joe Mitterer; Princeton
the aucisment and' collection of Mr. Clinton Pepper; Nartnja and ,m'e' tY I
taxes; help for the schools; financial I, Mother\ of Edw. )Hiner, '' Modcllo, Mrs Dan William';
lI'of for the cities and Hurled!! in Cleveland: 0 /rrrrrrI'R MI Florida City Tn Lloyd Deltt; TwL TAAfcPAWINTER:
county f> .t4to revenues; and j I HARRY MARKOWITZ the Key Mrs. Roy Tracy i Homestead -
Support for obtaining the Mate Mr. Mary F. liner of Miami and surrounding territory.
medical! and denial school for I,, mother of Edw. Hiner of Home-
Dade County, tlead, died !Sunday! In Miami atI Plumbing -
The candidate took a Hand In I I I the age of in. notary. eervicnwere e Bath) Tea.. and TeBett :
opposition to > general sales tax ''I held Monday morning ..ta e Kfehea. IBU. a*' Wash s.--
He declared h. la opposed to any Miami funeral home and requiem Kato
On Feb. 7 Vote For
new taxra- *cept for schools, j' mans, at Sainte Peter and e Water Bitten and Fane i iChevrolet's O
elllM and eountiet. Kehoe further Paul Church on Tuesday morning Water rtpea, C*,ff ef
said .he would work for tIle), Interment was at Cleveland, 0. G.IvaaleedC .
000,000 flood control pro,,,UII8'.1 I Mrs. Hirer's former home. lag ripe M4 h...... MM 28
In referring to hli, proponed! tax In eildltlon t tth.. ton hen
cemmlmlon, the l'andld..It, !: I!I Mrt. Hm, r leave: a eon, (Harry! EXPOSITION ALL-STAR ACTS
Ttx aineMtnenta and enllectloni' of Miami, who formerly made lilt (OLOinrLt1II&lHQ 3g CLAMOUIHCCItS
Should be equtllted (throughout home on F.pmore dr. at Newton rrxTtuiWhen
the .1.... Many counties are not rd.; t daughter\ )Ira. Marie Zrnk OPENS ClOSCfc Best Seals New!!
paying their proportionate Shan 1 of Miami; and t sister, Mrs John In Miami Beach viill" our TUHS.SAT.. al U. ef Miami Tkket Office
of taxes Into elate revenue Iknow I I L. Illnkel ot Miami Showroom at lUG Washington 34a S. E. First 8L, Miami
'I I Avenue. M-Ull FEB. FEB.I
of rainy Inatanree where I ITlnes Inn. Tax. Bvea.* Sea
the tax ataeitmtnti In other counties I Mother of Thos. J. Doyle OB V. B. Highway N*. 1 e Mat. $l.eo-41.11-31.5/

are. unreatonibly low, and Dies In Itayonnc, N. J. ( Near LeJeune load) I 12 ''Orueral AdrnkMuon
that travel Dade County Ux pay. 'I ill seats DUW BlgkwarMUml SPECIAL MAT SATCKDAV
era an unnecen ary bunion.1' Mrs.. John Bradley of Bsyonne, It, Ma.mi . $l.-Il.aS-$1,71
Kehoe 'waa born. In Mtrlnnna N. J., mother of Thoa. J. Doyleof
Mall order Send
and attracted the public schools Coconut Palm dr., died Frldiy Phaat: *.-m a-tiiut accepted
biggest newspaper campaign used 5,173 dalltea\ and stamped return envelop
III Prtisncola. He lives 'with Mrs. In Bayonne at .the. of Tt Funeral
r.a. .rrr.rr weeklies to announce new modela. Dwarfing, Toni Banish here'swhat with remittance. Glv two
iQi Xvhoe and their two children In services were. held Tuesday 1.1172 newipaperi look Ilk., each repreaentlng an individual! ( choice ot desired dsU
It' Cor. .M.wherfne) ; U a map .! r !Int'Mre, Bradley had spent publcatlon.! __ _ i I ,
ber .1 f the rrevbytkruin Chu!!,h'' jw* *'lntrrs her tt 'pie Doyle -:
a Mann,I Shrlner, and a chatter! .- < > '
member ef the CoraljCublaa III" 'nomMr.. Dole, who left Homesteadmore /IB."s I1r1 fl SETTING I A aleEWigW: :0RlDS'TA: 'i""b't"1.t "o VA01U:

II. la a member .f the Cede than two week ago to beat .
County and th* llorlda bar awo- hit mother's bedside, U I
\ 1 nON eB
latinos *d to return home won, e.pec'1 I

For LlIbrleIUo.. ... II IIt t

ts. beeenehe's I'' JACK. Gt'elthiJW Gout tlttltt$011 144'tcro '

a I tbalxede a leaned Jab very led.hsrywrk teea . KEHOE ',. CClINJlCIDII] ][ T-r 1L "

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l v i r rf rtl For Tire Repairs a e --

eAla As Your ire the lJtJ'// wiBlUYitlI:

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|#trkr art .W'... ,
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Stale : '
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Tear OM M< OUt
THE "CLAMOUR-tCERS," famous precision ensemble of "itolldiy N. KI'MII Are. Maareela/
I .tin l Ice1 at they will be seen *Feb.t the II.Coral Cables coliseum, starting \ I QualifiedFloridaborn 1 J

t a
1 Democrat:

Vote For i1

It: /hare lt.Lae 2 oa.r1.OS. ; 1j j

t i. Walter A. Coleman PROVOKING "

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Democratic Candidate ; : "J..

tI G ogJN6ti .!
For State Represehtive ou of .. . .' > "

-.,za, lb., aaeO .
seep a5 ,aag A.MI .
SPECIAL ELECTION, FEB. 7 ,0aure vaKAruee5 that BOW more tKu *v t before Cbevend SOImore\ glass area afl around' New '

." . SWn .rrerup wen, rolct mvriU the till ol Lei_, "lint for quality' C*.ter-Pol.t Deli,. wilt CenUfvPotnt Steer al. .i

I. I '" .:: 't,4 at lownt cor{ and Uut U Ia, iedead UU mejfIMUTIU Lower Centrf of Gravity Ceater-Point Seatin*: +,

; S Medical and dental school for Dade County 'If' o/ eY, .b tO UKM Features MM! ia and Ceattn+P.jnt Rear Saspeotion .. .Improved;

"\ all tbeae Valve-ln-tlead engine for power avccleraUon.traootlme .
V ,* "'ayt
flood control : .
Adequate aDd
a Crrti-Safe IlvdrMiiie
I Chevrolet w fJU W ear trtstfiHf you ell fJUsM economy

.. ',"'. 20-year retirement plan for state and county / or odr mlafrt tt lowr*seal Complete' ) MWBoJie Fbber Ikrake Vniateel with New Bmluag lUtiot a Eitra-Strong'
Body CooalrucUon
r, employee regardless of age wry;; b/ Fisher a hew' utn-Gno! color la*. Improved
;. Nee-AM10Ride,"thew Airplane-Type Shock
fixture MM! fabric < New Super-Sit* Abaorben Th 1
.. No MW\ laieg v, Car that "Brtathea" for New ..
z InterioM with -FtveFoot 8..U New Pine AIl-TVealhet Comfort(U<.ter awl dWroeter uniufttfawal 'f a

No consolidation. of county with i iNoCobtigated tnunidpalllleg, : ...,1rrarrar rajuio ViaiUity with wader marred windaawV) at extra coat) !

t t':. t j

.' a gas',.1. ISSue M M win a afire .

) to any ipedal'cnops' but will" terre all UKw pespk1 .' sod an.ea..ww surname:::wea.war onaewasm.h.w t a.M M-.r=:are.act a.." First for Quality... at Lowest". sl'

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I'I''!. Friday, February 4, 1949 HOMESTEAD 'ADER-BtfTBRPRISfc: 'ace Trw. .

.1949 PONTIAC IS Entirely! New Pontiac For 1949 IM Your Apart......, (slimed LIFE ....CYCLE. ..... OIM)
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DISPLAYED;: ;;; BY lloutet or Room m.a* .ttr yew yard' CM be b.tigkt CRAWSIIAW ENGINEERING CO.

With C. of C. for fifteen dollar' ke ....,
"They. require no ......" CJYIL GINHUNG tn TtTINQritonrc
:::;:;:':::P.B.BIRDMOTORS"H A* a senrte t. Ik* Ks4e elate N... T V kloere win be lice a A. ciAwsnAW S-HII

'II'nUI'' nnaa aUi', sad U order apealrer it the SoropttaalaAer din- L. It Cot
I d West nagU Street
." /,.." The IB4fl Pontlac is ondi, pUl >' w t. kelp ..r ratMMra tile net meeting te be held Feb 14 rtnuF P. THOMAI
-"I l 'I. In Homestead it the fhowrooim I .! saaaserea at Mafft4 la MA. W. C Ulby, Metal cM1r.1 Aaeeda ale. MIAMI it, rut
*"" '"" eeea.tllag *.. .Ust. W revna man, announced, Next Monday's
"of Preston B Bird Motor C.> MMitaMsOa. a-. ......* avaOM luncheon meeting wilt be devoted

?...O'OCIIIO South Krome *\'*. * Ice reattaf ...**i* feevnilkl la \\MMJIII....
1W ivi, The new fonUace says Mr I' *e eked. Uraa gv.r,
I.Bird art described by Harry J A Mat II real e. ate W kmah Ged lUitato-Maibe
"" .Klinger. general manager of Pon. will\ k* Ice the The, farmer, back from the
tlac Motor Division Andlc* ......... W vNlet. _lit country fair with a new horse

.4.411: preektaat. of Gjuerel:>> wink M net. found the animal refused to eat tin
i.1 1 i "the finest moB r car Mol""I"I far tenter s....... or drink., The farmer' eyes
ever produced" The ekttBker .la eel atlen,l lIM > gleamed hopefully. "By golly,
=-. Ai outlined by Mr. t. eea.*te wills real sedate rye got a real I bargain If he's a
J/ : feature. drtthe new Portt| .c ire krekers b4 .as almaly aatlaUngea good worker," he exclaimed.-C*.
ai follow. :. *...ism ta etltag !leeated. ----
Pontlac ttffen the pubBe two These Hits will fee salnte*. "Now. If there's anything you
"new look," tor 194. The Chief. graaate* a4 will k* available "'Inl."' said the landlady, "juM
lain series li *n entirely new I* alt .aalrsle4 ......... let"" know, and I'll ahow you ,
concept of functional beauty dUtlnguiahod The- Pontiac Chieftain 'line at which the four-door deluxe eedan la shown her bat a 120 Inch If yea kare- Sfrasnanaflatlen how to do without It."-Ex.HVHKT .i
( by It* ultra-styled rear wheeJbaa Roof line have been lowered without sacrifice of comfort. Trailing pattern of the ..., jrea wish Mated. please
V pattern The Streamliner terieiijls Chieftain aerie consist of'two gracefully( arched step from roof crown to trunk ,deck to eeafctet Ik.. eharnWr *f eeaasaere -
an extremely advanced rendtrJ lower edge. Both Pontiac Streamliner and Pennies Chieftain line avtru SI percent more ffle- by teltpkaalnfHaaealsai \
> Ing ot the flowing design factors flaaa area, Visor on car pictured I II an acpesapry, ill er writ I* f.
Ypopularlzed b* Pontiac O. ... a...
Both Chieftain and Streamliner It la.Ike sera *t chamber DO TALI. SUILDiNt1 tACRWLLv
.. ''let use a 120 Inch" wheelbase ., eea mer< threat holt the ( mY WetE N
.Th. Torpedo lint Ties been dl.eonUllut ,- Pontiac'' Has Two "Now Looks" For 1949 state U rTlde thin lefT,". TF4e WINO SLOW FI
\. Approach pattern of both Chief-
tain and Streamliner from gleamIng CITY RETAINS i audwlul Use Your '

I Indian head hood ,ornament I ULIe/ersY
to: massive, wraparound bumper (Continued from Pags One) I ,
(la a deilgn triumph of suave yet
tier, what rooming house adjoins New
Vied elegance accentuated by Telephone Directory
Fontlac's tradlllunal Sliver Streak, the shop, said that the noisy operation
bl MeibkvW "' '-+ and the Inadequate sanitation -
ityllzed for 1949 but till serving Vic
Xto make" Pontlao the wo ld'l best facilities of the shop were I' thai ha
_. The telephone directory Joelbeen
and bit
detrimental to his horn ? -
Xldentlfled Crlllt\ of "
motorcar k i Iq fi, f"IItIl!NO1STIIq)
tooth aerlei have a magnificent + business. : SUPPLY YOU delivered contain many new and

-land \unique simplicity a Ingle Building permits wire Issued WITH GCNUINB' vtJlfiii wlfch make oldfUrrrtory.
HJehrome ban ao heavy. to slmu- to: Wm. and Elisabeth Schrlgg hanged listing* your

kjlst* a second bumper pani the for a ".100 residence In risk i out of date, frglnnlng at one
I ...._. entire, front above the ten mod- Manor; 1. D. Smith $3.000
_-.rntllic louvres. Rectangular residence i la falrtawn Park; Robert I to use the new directory will help you get
parking lamp., convertible to dual Barlow, a $1,000 guest house
duty .i directional slgnali cornell ? .. In Flsk Manor; and Joe Botn- fatter, more accurate telephone terrlee

the concept _. ..._ ,n, + : __ marlin, a 11,009 tool house In. Phone 511-WFCTZPATRICK'S Yon fan avoid many *'roftlIumLen
Sleek lurge has been gained by
the hood With added This 1* the four door deluxe Pontiac'.dan in the Streamline aerie, Forward thrust hat been Avocad Park. the when In d,
.... lowering an by referring to directory
-.rtl1 factor compounded by reduced gained by lowering the hood. Body contour I Ia In the modern manner and yet unmistakably
pillar\ and curved, wlnd'shield Pontiac Added safety I I. compounded by reduced pillar and a curved windshield whoa 'doubt. 'Information will help you when
9 whose gleaming .weep has gleaming swap hat been Increased nearly,I! I' Inch**. Both Pontiac Streamliner and Pontlao FINE FURNITURE
the number I li hated
been Increased nearly six Inches.I Chieftain line us* a 120 Inch wheelbase and Hydra-Matte tranamistlons optional at extra coet r you want not

a,II, Body contour la in the modern Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woods 41I
manner and yet unmistakably Cabinet Wwk-Chalr Canlng-Rtflnlshlng Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company" '
"Pontlac, Front tenders sweep I taking silhouette, individuality consists of two are the convertible which Is avail I Oer.BlMTBePr.ARriUadM. rhonetltJ iNCOtroum ,
lu>opulently through the doors to ,I In rear end design Chieftain gracefully arched steps from roof able with deluxe equipment only. 1] I
'the' rear fender which are Integrated and Streamliner take different crown to trunk to lower edge, and the sedan-delivery a swank I N
II ,with the rear quarter routes to the common goal ol The Streamliner rear will be commercial vehicle 'new to the
,M""panels. I modem beauty, pleasantly remlobcent to the many Pontiac line, standard equipped .
Roof line have been lowered The Chieftain embraces mod. fancier of this design type .and I only Two station-wagons are: ,
IS Inches resulting in a breath- ernlatlo styling adapted to Pontiac has added appeal through Its available: In aU steel construction , /I

i 1949 treatment. The Silver Streak and In wood-and-iteeU! 'Z"f/'; IIWlllldl'ff.lite-
accentuates both series. L
of Eswtae
Rear fenden are classical In Choice d .
their uninterrupted Pontiac owners may choose,, asIn I .
symmetry. -
G-E EXCELLENCE AND They are high-lighted by circular the past between the to horse* ** _i ". .. ." o 11j YJ ; ;

triple purpose stop !lights and tall )power six cylindered englnejVsnd : '
lights, which may also be converted the 104 horsepower eight. Com-
G-E QUALITY IN A NEW to directional signals, prtsalon ratio with standard head

Is IS. well 'In the upper, rang of I FOITftf
IDle..... Carry Ma4lf American I motor cars and not nqulring IDRI ?
Just as the exterior of th.'11I411 premium' fuels 1 1U'ramaUl

Pontiac li distinguished by a complete I
8 POUND CAPACITY lack Of automotive gingerbread 'Seventy-five per rent of 1941Pontlac I

FOR ONLY Interior tarry out the were ordered with Hy I IdrlmaUe ., -.
jflfl95.eeee motif of elegant simplicity. Comfort drive-an Indication of' 'A/ M
I' I.
$ and safety predominate In the public's enthuslaim for this ,
HUHElECTRIP Pontlac'l selection o( Interior features rok
: automatic tranamliwlon. Pontlae In : (}/( } (
1119 will continue' to supply Hy I .. .
Both lines have tip to St percent : : ,," .,
dra-malic *a optional 1 equipmentat ..-
more glass area front and extra cost It Is the lowest ':'

rear.Seats priced car to be thus equipped. '
are wider front and rear
and also the doors ,Floor are "Belter Living" Touchra
1 Starter button on Instrument
level with door sills.Travelux .
Ride -Can*. type, pull out handbrake
\ The Pontlac rid has been' Improved the cabin. sealed against

by moving the rear teat freezing
well forward of the rear axle, -Extra low pressure tires
cushioned between the front and ((710-15): on smaller, wider rims,
rear springs. An added dividend -Irr* ped luggage capacity.
Is added 'hip room by avoidingthe Trunk has a counter-balanced lid
space-taking wheel housing.The and Is self-locking.
front sat has been moved Clustered instrument panel
r ,td four Inches forward and becauseof with all operating controls .1 n

.' 'i. i1t.L the Increased width It hat been grouped around steering eolumn, !

possible to move the steering col. II.nluotIWIIda\ Is lighted and '
umn two Inches further to the speedometer mileage figure mag
left, giving additions! elbow room nified.A. i H
f to driver and front compartment new outside air heating -
passenger, system reduces the fogging la-
Basle element of the new Pen tor.
liar ride, addition\ to sat rearrangement Steering wheel rigidity has '
ra are softer front been Improved to Increase stability 1

' I and rear springs, extra low-pres ,
> I sure tires a heavier frame newt -Fan pitch and speed have

; : t front suspension baaed< on airplane been reduced to cut high speed Ih !
'f "
t I
: Inside type shock con absorber functioning\ whine. .

springs. .,. .,..
.*" rt. n.Mra'++Nroa.p

: II Pontiac II will Be4y make Types ten body CallBenson
: :
+ type for 1MB and with two exceptions .
? --4
"; each may be had as a---
t t standard or with certain refinements Electric T
t ,
.. ',,,' x +-1' t. v" which PontiM Agnates

rt'',"s", . ,. 'j as its Deluxe models. Exceptions rah-Flneat'olall New'Fea1NrfaylaillefSaiaiksitoIdltew.Cara.t.: .
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.,. '" LEGAL NOTICES IMneeUa flertda '
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Item Oomty, =:'.:r.'l.r". tsar 'U' 104 ., 'IIIInAI'I etrmumsie' rt. .
GENERAL roans w THATI ForSe"fte .t a i..... ends cu MM M BTMAJUTW wavis: :'
I M OtaHMIM.. U III*. auiMM.IMl. _.....' .........., I'.
tM ...... <- DAOC Cm. FUrtU will t. .,f_ orRepairs -uuic ) _ _ _ ,/p.3. ceaunrmr ntY BOOM IT ruHia \
TRIPLE-ZONE.WASHINO for Ml* .> r.MW OMKT f. 05.. hIIt..t '
.... kMt MM kM M Cm III ii, '. I r e. w .1Utt-AH aoo: ) \r t 1 0
NO OILING NECESSARY MBtomiw Ik* b..1 II ic* .'* A.M. .
UM SM.) Mr rf .....*. IM*. , / .. wee, uir-KcgM .e.u ,{ I

,. WRITTEN C-E WARRANTY I BWt CMKairrioNU4 .. .......1_ ,ert!. a ...... .V"* extend to yon and your Um3j a most cordial J V'-n., ., M. WIBaVMetZM I CWVD kTMHKaU.4
\:; SWUM IS T.*MI* M SMM. am ar..4 t bsvttatioa. --- ill sod err the great aew 1919 'U'*) .****.*.. MlVgl VaTW VPoatlacl I\
You'll be anr\" zed at this wISher . amazedat AMOT4IM to ItM 5..k II M Mm ** CleetrH rnnp*. Item } ..
,I. Definitely and decidedly, It's the famrt, 'IJJ.'i';: : .. HW MAlXUUTU( T ufr\
.. ;
$o much quality at such a low price. Contains IM 4 BtaHt L :* p riL a VMM.awuo .
u TwMi M M4k.. a.wat sad Aay Other EledrkaAINIaaee. (Met teantiful Pootlae we have ever!hove prIlIrp1 ;, yt\ f, glOtnm' nunUTX UDft ,
many worksavtng( features ordinarily ao t A..eam.I .r rut, aw*. is. MM %
SS.IM : abow. Ten will admire everything about' hi the l.-; ; 1' t **. cute meie-nis ITaBTfX MITTM Mfaaklag
found ..itly In higher-priced washers. Don't I IM. N II ft MM .. ru-lm. w "'' ..1ft...... .
Part Mk**. M S. .. *.. ,svartaea* el Its eompln"" y new '
fail to see it at our store mewl! M seat law as IM IAe.wdls w : .1" ,wfttayla.1T91N1an
I tw.-Iu iws-its ire JI"A

1 1'Ii CCtart WATIIUYAM.*f OkrMDM ., C. ,.. Phone 442 .... Hon's a red sap I.-J (I. the 11IOI01' err ... D '. '\;t,, W CUlT..... LNU" Iraq; ,

'1ME hF1fU'YSiMIrlrL klNt *M.0.L .-<,. R. isa world.. 111 GIll the yon ahovJJ. eec tMmil aWy/ 't." U. KtW Mw.aiiwag not Itt WHOM. 9 >
t I AU.... sell rewaNrwr.e.d,
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'! H0MWTBAD. LEADER-BNTERPR18E Friday, February 4,194

I H The IINUuINIMINNtHhIlMllI1IMhJnhIIIIf:: $e l Taldag to 4

.1 SAFE VEHICLE OPERATION A Tao. you feyMo eWet. Chir (Great America> *&
Leader-Enterprise The Gadabout t ta to the reeeerf iMtoMl Centre IriW4 .
20 Years of AKMrtew ladUtt. It Denver j
I ....... II IMI H.lM Whltinf rerrerr Ago repelled. to the tm Star that I'o ":1
he and another delegate were

....... N'w"i Mia eating tune* in a restaurant
:'" Ar rI l.antae e.... Wht hpnra. whir. the proprietor became extremely
l ir r* n w*
... ....., ., Inqu IUv..
In M* Inm w tllx
Our vWt to various club revealed .M .... ..* L. ...... If**
the wealthy and leliurecliwe 14, sirs, M4 ....< OM IT, INI.Ml. Ifs asked many questions about V
IN locoP,1dt.I rI4Aduate In the Argentines live la *. tmtt ttmmifim Mtak.M Indian, tome personal come
..4 .. .* MM, >!, nil
UUC AKCBJUiuwrta much the same manner n North, otherwlie The delegate offeredno I
Maw. American famlllet, Though II I information but the queitloni ,
YAgt' maicu.VMCBtmON' DMID50NM.w I "II/III/m/ /! came just the same After the
aM le.rwI was the winter season when we UIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGIIII/ / / / "M etkie a woe wtmei
I visited the County Club we bund! food WM brought the curious one 'w a.NwaM5e w.e""awrA$5, Ka N
"The IT members of Redland w 550555
redoubled JIll effort, and then .
a skeleton) force: of household 5 ae wW erne .AN. Arne
.ATT.i I servants keeping the mignlflcent 1 School faculty are Principal Leon one of the Indiana decided to 1 A rans..e"1. n ru. 0drt
.. Gray, Miss Julia Row, Mr. Sam d AI$ feet a ee'.o'e Teaap.y
tIMe O- llfrl mm.t talk. He turned to the proprietorand
1HII buildings and yards In order
,. IIM. I J. Davis, Mr*. Ruth Ruitell. Miss PREVENTS INJURIES I 'f
psNld. ., D.Y 0.1; s _.. 51,555! The Jockey Club of Argentina quietly declared:
/.a,55.555I4/LM Hlghnote, Mrl. C. It. Daniel, Mill Tint white man take Indian' Sr e I" .e '
ha tern really publicized down 1
l lA
Vera Mill Grace Grant land!
through the year, because It* glen .
Miss Wilson, Mr. Edna '. '
"Next white take
.l*.4 M MM** sea Ml tMtti* membert consist only of the ultra, Boreman Mrs. Kathleen Cowan, man ;

Htnk II. U'L VWM' M.. w....MM Ik*.moe at asa.nw1 .f'', ultrOPlola. It li not only riled Mr. Henry Carter, Miss Ten. t "Now! white take Indiana alt ,
wed (. m, THE! flub* In South America, but Trammell Mill Margaret Taul- nun t ,
ippeUte!"-I*. Ile- e41a.11A5,11Vl
li also recognized throughout the bee, Mr*. Florence Rive, John ROSIIV epnwwCOSIC t
world. The Itourlo clubhouse. ti V17N(. /
Oirrl and C. E. Gutterldgq""Isaac ,.
Come Out, Little Dime located! In the shopping center, Regular Mall _11 sra 555 'Ncc55ou,.... ". t'leeae"e w ooo j
Turner Nixon well- ' C* 1W ?e "AVAI r l
and It reminded me of some of : .
"Do you ever write to your =.: aseuenel eruufa 1 a"""
fly Ante t Maybew FlUpalrirk the older club building In our I known Ilnmeitead grocer died congressman (>*......"" "I4IW 1,10,5, ANe ,
Come out little dime and jingle. own' New York City t when themembers I Feb. J" after a three-month 111new. Asked one of the local lads. 'lee WA.l+IP e tae W''W\114\ I Iu I ,v,11, 4i. rh Ada
. awns. ivoesu p
Don lUy In. IOmlOll.'. pocket. were of the Dlue Book urn My I do," Mid the editor SItMID04Tod lN.M.a I
tingle category at the turn of the cm-i "W. P. Davie, brother of Police "Hi own for a bunch of ads Of",1IIo&.
And alone It'. much more fun to Jury The spacious living room 1 Chief II. J. Davis died. . of flu." -Ex.
mingle I,! with IU large fireplace with bum. .._ --- -

,'Wlth other little dime anddingle I log Ion gave a glow of warmth, Donough Judge, Ca.A. S.Confederate Harm of Me. 1eama.l'as' I.4 **w. ...1.... trail l fat el II Ural *n4 winnl- { I
I and Just enough lighting effectto i veteran 1101..714\ asks werkm cvM4 k> Its Ftorid WtiVmeii'i CMn|...u.iwi ,
Dingle dingle until you get I give life to the oil paintings on vklllng his daughter, Mri. Act ...rI.. *. flnl It mnottt. el 141. Thus e.e Seats. ml Fla. ida ,laden
'. tingle the wall. 0. R. Drown ," NT I17t,720.00. Tk* *>irii:.. .f .u..miM'tl a ,,-.w.ri was IM. .
.1..1.1.l tl tdM iicldenH, wish eedli'nn: ml 5.e, h, elf IM read ; ."
Like, little belle In your heart.I Our holt took great pleasure In "Mr. and Mr*. Thoi. S, Booth Ik. hllii I I.M fcl.n. Imilntn bilirttlcJ In rtttlvlrj, wi-'i.'irt uti I I IJ
Mingle, showing Ihe1111 Iou. pictures an proud parent of a daughter, solely/ aeid55.fl, carp nkl'ti, ',,"of:... mat dine rH..>K '. W....->e.'.
LltU dime Get out and jingle I about the clubhouse, ai well ai Bftney" Ann born Jin. 28, I Ca".vtlea DInislea' red' '* ,Ndenr'nl? _l Cwnmlnle: -

some of the director work of "New officers of \the auxiliaryof I .. I / '
GULFContinued art around the border of I hard Naranja Chapter of the O.E.S., 'dkgtOA' 2 ., ',.I ,i
wood floor. Here I I. where the are Mri. Cffle Baihor president; i -. '
( ; from Page One) various director down throuih Mr Mary Ellen T.lbot.llreo /

of 4lrect.1'I, preient feet and the yean had burned Into the president; Mn. Beulah Parker, :; '
+ due. are: wood with cigarette butts, making ecretary; and Mr Clara C \;
I border about two feet deep I Vllilen treiRurer. __ fl s
Founder and regular member .
around the It r(
wu unique "Mn. Lewis Kothenberg, sister 1 .
-ItO In
a year payable quarterly '
and hod the "
advance or greens feel ot $1.50 modernistic deal appearance In. ot i of Wm J. Ceronlmo, and Mrs !""' f ;
a day. Rothenberg'i ton Wildo are expected <
Family membership Including When' we visited the club It hid to arrive from Greenwich, \ -
wives and children less than II been ladiea afternoon Wives of Conn., for a visit at their winter : i.J. 113 ,I
years of age-$75 a year payable club member had played cards home In Florida City. ." : i
quarterly In advance or green and been served! refreshments by 'Damage estimated at $1.000wu > :
the club employees What did I yes! It's true! f
fee .of $1.50 a day. cuII'd'by i fire In the N. Q V A .. (
learn? The Idies, had 'been imok-
Junior membership for founder Ball home . originating from .
,and ....,ulu memberchil- Ing, for the gsh trays were filledwith In oil heater In the kitchen . ,

dren inclusive of from_ 16 to 20 yean of age l native butt woman. Only once smoking did I In nolle pub. "Mr. and Mr. J. L. Batchelorand New Hudson Let's Make a Date for Saturday ''
$10 a year payable ton, Bruce have returned
lie throughout' South America and 1.II
quarterly In advance I
VJiltort. end guests may .ply tha( time: wed at a retort, hotel. from Gainesville Donald where who they entered accompanied Afternoon (Tomorrow) ,

by paying greens feet of $1.110 a After one 'of our regular Argentlne University of Florida ."
d.ay .or they may obtain guest dinner of abundance at | $2375.124ellv.
csrda at $19 for one_month or $30 the club our host encouraged .ui "Mr and Mri. W. E. Lewis of only at the I'
to the club chef Portsmouth V*., are house guests
for three monthi.To try special dish, .t(
of Mn. Lewi brother-in-law and here fully equipped.

younger encourage player L.beginner E. (MAe) Mc-j aryl I crepe u ett. Inter. ..,. "Mr. end Mn C. T. Harper. I I II Redland District Golf and Country ClubSee :

Laughlln, club professional, plant club 'acfllllei ire available. "Mr. D. M. I Ti) only car you"P! I :
to conduct special: initructlonclaaiet. "All member pay nominal duos Conolly I down 'moo
ln| her ion>Jn-law and daughter' ,I
ilirUng now regular duel I II
The next step planned for do.velopment when club facllitlea are available Mr. and Mri.. O. B, Parker. Immediate. delivery of' tome model I Our Selection of

of,thi club.I* the conatrucUon "It seems to me that the present "Mr. and Mrs C. B. Walters 2. With only ouch accettorlei ea you order I ,
of a suitable clubhouse, board ot director'hll I are parent of a third ton who
an .
I. Cash. time '
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said President J. L. Burton y*.. excellent (and thankless) job to arrived Jan 58. ." .. peymen 4. With or without trade-in : .t* c "*)7.. !* .. .4 ll .. .
tardl). This problem will be taken did and It It up to the member ; | 4M *JJmliv. .,,\:' . the annual membemhlpmeeting to .realize that they ire going to Even ExchangeAn Oed. ullewonce If yew'' have o tradeinM7iu and Golfing AccessoriesHardware

scheduled for Apr T, h* have ai much or at little In the actress at a party, seeing an 'Femda.r 5.dsa,191 ..,.h"._,....... $......1..hla.q!' .
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olds iittrta 4 "5.n dw It ,-IM .
way of facllltm it their energy, authored whom she disliked, iu
The. treaturer'i statement of expendlnirel enthusiasm and contribution will went over to congratulate her on Nan It 1M added. I _

to date. It tummarUed. provide, her latest book. Thurman Motorsl l1itchell
: Co. Inc.
II follpwt
"At a non-golfer I feel l that "I' enjoyed It, deaf" she M'd.
Real estate property.......$ 7.8JJ4B two certificate are a* many a* "Who wrote {t for you?" Ilomntead. Fla. Phone 491
Construction nets ... ... 1I.S44.00 I can and should purchase and "Darling," ,
'I replied the authoress.
Irrigation system .. .21\.41\ If the membership generally will Tm 10 glad you fiked N. KROME AVE. HOMESTEAD
it. Who I
Taw and lnurance. 227.31 do likewise. 1 think the Immediate read it to 'ou-x..
Grass eeed andfertilizer financial problem will be solved"

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Salarlei end upkeep It happened during a showing ,
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labor -4.077.78 of the recently reissued motion
Miscellaneous expenses 841.74 picture, "Robin Hood.* A small .
boy watched with breathless In*
Total ... $33,047.06 forest while Lady Marian
The following tuggeitlont for Little John I scroll menage give ttn- Apply Now For Space In

financing future development, | tamed In a black tube i
Mid Mr. Burton mad I "Ma." he Inquired "whal't \ \ _
by T. J. Fitzgerald: that ,
Member now holding one "Why that'i a flashlight, IOn,"
certificate purchase i second one hit mother replied
"A membership campaign be "Don't show your Ignorance ''k
Inaugurated to Increase the num- Mary," her husband Intervened. '

ber of membership "Th., didnt have naihllghtt in 'Redland District Scenic
"Golf playing members pay those day. That' i thermos Guide ,

greens tee until such time ai 1|, bottler -Ex. .

Higher YieldsHigher !1f Sponsored by South Dade Garden Club : : ' .

tomato yields combined .

with excellent control of Late I

lllight la making "Parzate" Liquid I "

successful Fungicide; growers.a favorite with many :, ." GOES TO PRESS FEB.' 15 Ylh' i

Parzate sprayed potatoes are .

healthy and thrifty. i.. ,
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Field Service Representatives wHl ti 4 .

gladly help yo&A'jth( your disease . To Be Distributed at Dade County Fair March 4-13 :::1 t

and insect problems.
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,pjtrzate-Liquid, Wettable or'Dust formulations ', . .. Il
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available: for immediate "i'
delivery. .i .;
percale INdd I* runateee: t7% Mttve tag. ........
:l To Be Given Out Miami Redland District "' '
by ; 't :

It W. Brown &; Company '" '

1 Geuld*-Thane 414. Bevth l MUanUTlMMie: I-SS1S , and Other Chambers of Commerce. !t" ,

Glade and Grove:Supply Company .:. '. ,I

i rrUettoo-The** lit, ... .: '
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,i Collins Feed & Supply Company '

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. JUwI'lMtweea. .. Avocado aad'lltecayte ,Drivet." ", ,

, ,.,iatdrte' 'and Theory I ; 463-R-4 or 44341".y

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Friday Fehruarv 4.I 1M9> HOMESTEAD LEADER-I NTRRPRI8B Pap Mlle ]II fIn " 1 1I
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ar, ,Merrfeeey fen+e'h' Den, _"iI""P1 ( .; "' : 'n 1\ } :'.:.*$Ntfti"i111:! .. I." i it
or Ntw'Ci4)' & It laeIc ease ... .... .. ...., : If ...;: ,

We made raword book If at
By RtTHAID MOftRHftCY the end of each month wa haw t k ki
We are to new we stout even. food msHui ...... ..OITI.... our 1< ,> "
have a dan number Our den Ml. mother, will have a wtMsf. i J.,11. "i'' ate...* ..rqa\J"4If J
roast for ua.We ,"\ ;
lonitali of half of Mrs .
Botfly ,
I had tots of fun QichardMotTisssy a kk
Lien 4. We will be part of tb* new a "i .. ':.* -* ?
I l WM boat and serVsja] / !
I cake Mid cell fruit drinks.W ,t.
MorriaMy opened our an 1forw.rd .to H. . ,
first meeting .t Ute .
Morrtaseyhome neat meeting .....181Hat17 hear " -
on Jan, M, 1141 I '
will be heel.Presbyterians ': ,
tkY Our member are Edward .. :f. ",::1, It
MorrlHey, denner; harry Janner ,;' . //I
to Mark
secretary Richard Morrlney l
reporter, and Steve Harrlll. I Hoy Scout Week Sunday i tT
Steve was absent Hop to! tee
Boy Scout Week will be observed
I at Homestead Prc'l>yterlBn Adventure- I It

Church Sunday< m mini, when
Roy Scout Week the Boy Scout troop and the I rub 4
pack sponsored i l's the "lio'fIhy-
tenon Men', Club Mill attend the
Feb. 6-12 service In a b>"JThe Rev Frank

L Elverv, pittor, will preach on THAT'S SCOUTING! '
"Diuliif uiid. CuvmfBREflRLIY. 1O e
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We Salute O/)//eULaJLadMaaIfWE Si ))))) JOIN the BOY SCOUTS \" : r 4


Troop No. 69 [ DO OUR WORK I of America Today k,


i ofPrinceton. I MUST BE CORRECT: and BE a Better Citizen .. .
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every part of the nation more than 2,ZOO,009 boys and 1 ,' / ,I" ,t )1YI I 'f, e
their adult I leaden,will observe Boy Scout Mirk. Itb Cth to 12th, j kw H yrI I \ \ ', ,' h :4 It.
making the I9tb tnnlvrnary of the Boy Scout of America. ., "
The theme of the celebration li "Adventure-that'' Scouting*" Next week is Boy Scout Week} in America . n wwk K-t vide( .'yi I' .: : ; : I :. .' : : >

Thli year the movement li empht l
a leD: the of out the of tame.doors of, Kcoutlnr Their:' adventure, More high la cllieiu.hlp adventure' I The fastcst-Krowlnsf I tI Scouting is doing for their country.. Thin" is the 39th) '.. '

,Wilt find Scouts emphuitlnr, civic tervlre actlvltlet, emergencyurvice and most active Hay Anniversary celebration of the founding of this worthy organU Thli advertlwmrnlapsnsored
training and world" Scoutlnr rrlationthlpt. During Boy
Scout Week, bcoub, their parent and countless eommuiiillniwlll nation . and Boy Scouts all over America will lie paying tribune b,1|
honor, the volunteer adult leaden of the nation 70.out i I Scout Troop in the to that memorab'e date, February 8, 1910 when the first Boy .
'Cub Pack. Scout Troop and Senior Unit. Above 1 b the ollklal' 1 '
jpMfer marking the Scout birthday nc land District. I Scout mocmentas lejrun. Now, in 1949! with a grand total of

I I Plume 11-; ,. 15,500,000( ,membeia!, the Boy Scouts of America have become one Pannan-Lchman Packing Co.

X6/6' 'T_ of the nation's greatest organizations Boy Scouts enjoy the
CUBS ATTEND CIRCUS 1 Auto Examiner: "Do you know 'i'iI
1 role fun and adventure their Scouting
what It mean if u driver put they play. . there's Alpine Grove Dairy
Nine member ot Cub\ Scout I out a hand?" j I activiti'8 and more important the laying of the gl'Oul1\lwol'k\

Den 7 and the den mothers\ Mr*.'! Applicant; "Wcll, It U'* a wornnn EectriNo.Perrine Try' Us When You Need that helps American boys to become better citizens in the future Kilgorc Seed Co.
J, R Brooks and Mr. C I, Chip. It aho I II to turn Major !
'| mean going I If you arc of Scouting age: , join the Boy :Scouts of America
ley, atttndod the Shrine Clrcu right or left shake the a=hei off A Haircut or'Slane
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her or today You'll)) meet und( mix: with red blooded! ( Americans . ., t
Tuesday night In the Orange clgaretts or reverse stop ',. l"la. I '
Bowl The cub were IrvIVe'! Chip-I' or ih.', pointing to a hat tore, or j I learn the rudiments of good, clean living habits and what's more I ;

Icy, Pal Brook, Sonny Criddock, admiring her ring, or-" >.r Haircut. .. .. ._.. . tIe you'll)) have fun and adventure aplenty I '
Examiner: "Yeah, and If It'i a
Floyd Mardin. Ray Parker Dill man?" hluve .' _...__ 50o

Bradley, Ronnie and Johnny j Applicant: "Why, lies usually . Shampoo (Medicated) _.. 10

Eaker and Jim Tower. waving at a womnn:' ..Ex. Facial rack :. _._._ .._ Tao

Mawwfe (plain) _______ C5c:

Combination Faclul .._,,_ tic. : :', _
Ton to _., ... ._ ISr i----: ., .wt.. *.1 p..." ._..., ,..._!..... I.. . ... .y e '*+K"r .c :;: ;'
Folks .. hti t ihSbam'P u .rwk .1'e_ .. ,,,,, ,q I. , . ..t........ ..". ,
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'l "e l.x-: ,,,,, .', Telephone > Uc b0 Trim 'u t...,
"N" !f."" -- (Plata) .._._.. .SeHUSH'S

; Broke All Kecords into ",111 aR

Harbor ShUI) 1 10 fJ f NdJNfl i..

OPP, city Hail

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SUIMOJ yuur h01r0 wish nQtotAkl

Beautyl.r F ]

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und better service r1rf
briny f/on more /'/'",,;, t

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, t The Job of Improving and 1p.ndln"our I 'C t

ti i I telephone service moved ahead at .record-- Grow velvety! weed
a free lawns, vitg"; ,'f .1. tkt
1" Milestone o breaking"" pace In 1918 In tplie of rllnll'to luscious Irons and.gelgblet 1 1..4 s#LIL1WVIflI
Progress In Florida. topic all along the line that continued' to .booulifol)-I"ll.anl.. vigorous proluie lloweriIII shrub IIS IS a cucfogi wis .*"** t;f t* ] ,

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'. :'. .la 1848: keep' telephone earning. at an extremely: soap with, "' r .w. .+
tlOOM.AID, ,Ih* clean.eJorltu >
I low level plant food prowrjbill leaders of think i

1 j f:... COMPLETION. OF 125,567,000 efeenalrarthm There It Still much to be done to meet climolel l for Gel Florida, MOOM Mill.AID and, two unions its

le Improve sad ripandfomr .'.Increasing demand for telephone cvmptirt inFormolion, at Leaders of unions rcprcsenUng railroad 't
, lelrpheas -"-
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. service New buildings' or building addl cnginecrt" and flrcmen set'k to force e AL. tfqL "
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r'" MORE HUN 106,990 BMW tele. bone and huge quantlllet of equipment Hector Supply) Co. railroads to add extra. needless men on ateatrw-wfl e. z&z. .T "
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diesel l locomoUfes. This U sheer caste
phonts iBdaDrd la eltlea,towns sad lpWe
are needed. It It our hope that earning"vlll I rhODe 17 llamerteai| -- ..... "
farms la Fl..Idr. -I "make-work" program which would _ __ .. hjll( .
be sufficient to attract the new capital V 'VO .. .'" V mean fewer ImpronmeD'and' higherraair
,ad employee-real' arUoorat' .f Uborl tracks and stations', oa pew pnaamiwr and
LONG DISTANCE SEBVICE ask nrccMary for the continuation of these rwiUi.ruYOU! 'm-ir by any standard, Granting freight cars. as well as on dlwol. locnnmllvtM.of .
penlcd. by .dd......* ot saors do.. Rallroiidt use modern diesel looomotives twcause three demands,therafufrs. ,would mean that and on the many other. toss eorwplfuous ..... ;
17J aew rliTBll. (Now..... tkae 8Ml -expansion and ImprovfJllI'ntl'lln.1a. 1919 they are one of the means of giving the railroads would! be paying out millions In tvtails of railroadinc imunearned .
', el 10'lone distance asp are* . r. } i T'u t r: r Overseas Bait & faster better servlos to you. wage to thuss in the Year highest. proved service.
eomplHcd while yea hold las llae.) n.n. 017a ? Two men compose the crew of a diesel', pay bncbu.: 14' '...IMr.BMdla; Nam Lae'8frYlte T.'V'w
.. Maucct occupy s dean, Like Te fcpesd This n.. Tea
Tackle front quottk Tli.We'd Money VII
Shop The engineer handlns the 'Birbrssea Rather-beddin(; homes like the
JJ8.000 MORE LOCAL CALLS ; /fireman sits and watches: the track ah' <\. You know how much the die**! has meant to one BOW prop<...t would, If successful divert"
4 handled. earl. day Printing marsh: With ao eosj to shovel, ha has practically you in IncmaMtd speed, comfort and conven Urge sums.of money from our pennant 'improvement
ee COMPLETE ROD AND nothing.. to do. ience.The rrilroeda have many more of them programs, Eva worse,they' snsks
any total I* 2,164,000. REEL REPAIR on order fur even greater improvement. :in improvsments. tike the diesel worthkws, by
/d x l l N. Ik-.III T. I.* aervlc*to you. Hutm.diemdrains" of money, making the eoet oftheiropentkn.prohibitive,
.art rva. nsniNd Now the leaden of ths Brotherhood of Locomntivs such. as this present demand of the unions for These' demands are sgalmt v INFORMATION fcngirMers. and the lirotherbuod ofLocomoUvo medlMs men on d_'.. reduce the ability of well as those of the railroads, They are
: Firemen. and Kn.lnem n want the railroads to spend money oa Utter service echsmss to "make work" Neither you nor
to uee the diNe locomotive as a means of for you the railroads should b..forced to such
pay : D
B KTMM Ave. Ed Pa, rtU/ forcing feather-budding. scheme on the railroads Proud ss ths.railroads era, of the penalty for progress.
.Ths eitra men tJwrT: to add to only. small part of their Improvement proTheta why the railroads'ars renting u-
the diet crews are Is nowork gram Nina the Wsr. literally' Mlllons of dollars "make work"demands tell,but ditcs>.amt
for then have been spent oq Improvement of why they are tolling you about thsau ;
The union t..dware OghtLagamong thwnadves -
s aNNN about which tonkin should: fumfehtlwyeatr.nmdks.maTh.Brotherhocdof

y tr- Locomotivs Engineers have even threatened
N .w."a, www w a.trUu. YouatayBotbsintrrestedinthiedis.puU .
wa 1e1r. of thess two untans. but' you wouitl be _WUIR'We I s '
vitally concerned tjT in ,
buUmg thnugb thai tsstlwr-ta.ddfng aerms.because '
rl..r arw...Irrrk. ..w..w..... it would sorttn a aUnrmg up of thebnproveuent Td i
eeN MI R,1M pragmas of ths railroad* of :
\ SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY YN M"N11 Iwa1NIw Which the dweel Is the outstanding symbol are poblUhlng this and other advertlseaents to talk with you R

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Page Six HOMESTEAD LEADER-IIft- Friday, February 4, 1949

I A .-... )OT..I tor ss..... : psMp
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Social Events in South Dade . .H tM ..>...... .Mil w. biIHMa l I .
A round e< perU.e la being On .Ti...". Mrs CMwtard. Mn.. .ed t. MM. JwMi. L Mc- .'
given In honor of Mr. Mid Mrs Berber Mid Mrs The Form Creed member. of Liberty Rebektti .

A. P. Barber, Jr., of Hemier were honored it a dessert bridge Lode voted at their ..... r. 'J'r'

aonvHIe, K.'w.e.Cr.-= Mr. Md given by Mr Ovid Sullivan Mr* War meeting Meads. MlfliL. .,.
I I 8UIER PALM Clll'RCII: hove gueete of Mr. mdMn E Neublg at the LeumMry home,
I WEDDED FRIDAY IN BAPTIST PASTORIUM I' I PROGRAM-RECEPTION\ OF LOCAL CLUBThe E. J. Dyal, parent of Mn end on Saturday the visitors were meeting

More thin a hundred pertoni I Barber and Mr. Crawford. entertained it an outdoor bar- y

Mill Rebl Leant Pierce' daughter and recently wu employed M in the family night programof president of the Florid the Informal reception which followed ThlrtJ_.... were present ala beoue given by Mr. and Mr. J. AD ASTRA CHAPTER MARKS' $ ;:

of Mr and, Mn, 001'401N, operator it the local telephonexchinge. Silver Palm Method Church Federation ot Women'i Club, the) program Assisting In family reunion held os. Thun-. D. Barnes it their home it 3S FRIENDSHIP NIGHT t" "J

I Pierce, and Ronald Bevli' ion of Friday night After a covered Mn. A. T. McKay, wu speaker retying were put preiidenti of diy of lit week at the Miami N. W. lath at. Friendship night will be observed i"
Mr and Mr*. June Robert BevI The bridegroom attended Homestead dish" supper there wen educational and honor gueat at a program the club, Mr. E. J. 1>,.1, 101.... home of Mrs Dyil'l brother-in- Mr. and Mr.*. A. Douglas Tower by Ad AitM' Chapter of l IiI

were united In marriage at I'clock High School before Induction and recreational feature and reception held last night it Walter Weiss, Mn Herbert Kill law and sister, Mr. and Mrs- Earl were hori it a dinner. party for I the O. E. S., tonight when each k h.

Friday evening in the for service with the for children, young people and the Womin'i Club of Hometteid. and Mr FoWLSixtyfive Meyer. rem on Tueeday evening; and on chapter of1kw wIM bwHe a friend '
patorlum of First Baptist Church army englneen. After trainIng adults. and a surprise stunt program Invited to meet 101.... McKay: were Wednesday Mrs Barber and Mrs to occupy her ..... ,

of Homeitead., The double ring it Camp Wheeler Ga.. he ,,.aed by men.of the church.: the presidents of the other wom- MRS L. W. ERNST INVITES 65 TO TEA Dyal ihared honors with Mr All reekkMt Md Welting. member
ceremony wu used by the pastor, served I I. months In Okinawa He Community singing wai led by en'i clubs of the community. I I Fern it I tea given by Mn. .* ef the order ire Invited to
the Rev John II WhltuTh ii associated with nil brother the p ttor" the Rev Alfred Hed Mn. McKay was Introduced to GIVEN IN HONOR OF LOCAL VISITORS Ferni' daughter: 101.... L. Wainwright the meeting.

bride wore a while silktilt I II. Ralph t In the operation of Bevli burg the group by Mn. A. F. Arthur, Rrna4Thursday

pink I and orchid ecc.saorla, Service stetson/ on Ji. riagwr aver. Sponsored by the church: board district: director and club cluir- I guests were Invited her, Jr., of HendenonvlUe, and WM narked by; abridge Member* of the) RaIMn4, Home

I. and s cartage of orchid. Before her marriage, the bride of education! the family night pro- man of International I relation. to lea from 4 to 6 o'clock Mr. Wm. W. Crawford of San luncheon given by :Mn Demonihfitlon Club will meet In ''n
M... Pierce mother of the was honored with I lingerie and grim will b4 directed this month Mri. Herman Helnleln, president Wednesday a given afternoon by Mn. L.Witnwrlght Diego Mn. Fern will spend the Robert Jaentch and today, Mr. the Lions Den it 0:30: Friday I I.

bride, wore a gray flower-print linen shower by Mn. I., M. Milhlait by I committee composed of Mn. presided and M.... Ann Foulk Emit In honor 01 eaton here.Decoration. and M.... Barber, Mr. and Mrs morning Feb U, to do bead
gown with black iccettorie. and the Mathla home it 11 S. E. LcRoy Sprinkle, Mn Edith Kirk, sang Mn.. Tho Ferns oSpringfield were In the valentine Crawford, Mn. Dyal and Mrs work. .
f j Mrs. Dcvli, mother ot the bride- Sooond ive. Cake and punch wereserved Mrs. Wilier Petenon. Mr.. A. L. Floral decoration and refrtth- her mother HL, M.... A. F. Bart motif with a table centerpiece Barnes will be guMt of Sheriff
groom, won gray crept with navy Campbell, Mrs. Alton Saner, Jo. went course of punch and tike of red rote and candytuft; and Mrs Jimmy Sullivan it P1
blue coeMorlet Their corsages Pre..nIn\ addition to the honor W. Irwin and Robert MacDonelL were In the Valentine motif it ind arrangements of red and luncheon and the Hlileich rice.
were midi of red eirnitlona. ** and hostess were M.... Ralph ( AT PARAOOrT CLASS I white gladioli throughout the .4
Present it the Barnes barbecuewere
Present it the ceremony, besides Davis, Mn. C L Connell MnB. i VALENTINE IITPER PARTYApprexlmitel room. I r
I BUFFET Mr and Mri.
mentioned Gordon N.pierce ,
those were Mr. T. ConneH Mn.
-1 I / M tended( the I and Mrs Crawford, Mr and Mn
and Mn. Ralph Bevli Mn, Luna Mn. C. J. Richardson WINTER VISITORS FROM PENNSYLVANIAA I REAl
I Valentine party and pol-luck *upper MEETSAT Dyal Sheriff and Mr*. Sullivan,
Mae Lott Miss Nadine Pierce and Miss Johnnie Horne, Mia Lcnni r ? .
of the Paragon Class of Home'stead MRS SIIERARD'S: HOME Dr. and Mn. F P. Archer Jr., 1
Billy Mooney. Maths and 1 Miss Nadine Pierce. barbecue and a buffet iup- per Wllllama, M.... Din William Presbyterian Church Saturday Lr Mr. ind Mn. Jack Barnes, Mr. r
Immediately after the Oifta by Mn. Gar The T. E. Clam of First
ceremony were IOn per 'were social event and their guests visited In P.ho- night In the education build. Baptlit and Mr., David Birnei Mill Margaret f FRIEND
the bridal couple I left for a brief, land Cheney Mrs. V. L. Connell impng Church of Homestead met
bee it the home of Dr. and Mn. Ing. Decoration and wereIn Barney Misses Dorothy and
honeymoon within the itate. They j I Mn. R. J. Elliott, M.... T. JFeeney given for Mr and Mrs K. B. Beg- game Jan. 27 at the home of Mri q
E. J Criham, lon-ln-Iaw and the Valentine motif. Hosts wen Sullivan, J. F Plummer and of the
returned early this week and in Mn.. Virgil LoU, Mn tin and daughter Miry Lee, Mn. Sherird with Mr*. Sherard Mrs Bob familyDIXIE
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Casper Mn and Mri. Ray Hippe and Mr. Morgan.
temporarily making their home Pete Morgan, M.... W, R. Pierce. Harry Doughty and Mn. Elizabeth Williams and Mr. John Hlckton.Mn. Ernest B. Frincli, Mrs Lee Freid
With the brld .room'l ptnntl. Mn. T. O. Rayburn Mrs M. CReed Stull, Pennsylvanians who have and Mn James S. McCready i* aedahsi hdsh learlttiM

The bride hit lived In Homestead Mn. Ceo Ward, Mn? P. J. been visiting, Modello with Mr. hoitetM Thirty were present to LOUIS STEPHEN MARSH dray shin k tire"aaln arid'rA
since her parent moved Franklin, Mr. On Frazeur, Mn. and Mn. Casper William and OUCIHDISTS TO SPEAK AT GARDEN CLUB heir a prograM presented by MARKS FIFTH BIRTHDAYThe + drareanawibeantraeiie,

hen from Adel, Ga, In 1941. She Ruth Alfonso Mill Susie Stoy and Mr. and Mri. Dan William. BASKET I Mn. Katherine Fitzgerald. Mrs fifth birthday anniversary *,a1.a/s.abdsdwatt Nays
attended Homestead High School Mill Sallie Suber. Mr. and M..... Fred J. Fuchi U. P. Wollam and Mr* McCready:' of Louis Stephen Mirth. was s X f ft- *PW*ft MMa *,
) _
entertained it the barbecue given Cake and coffee were served marked Tuesday afternoon by a as h asst N N ag sew _eMaew
COMMUNITY EXHIIJIT AT COUNTY FAIR Saturday evening it their nom Orchids will be the lubiect Preston. Bird of Home- arty it the home of hit parent ?.yu<**l Hit MMtlMtlOMly Nerve
of I to be given for "Sad Mr. md M.... Hugh Peters. daria H.k I
I' I on Roberts rd. HoiU lit the buffo program ADA JACKSON CIRCLE Mr. and Mri. Robert P. Marsh nutiii to ram*
TO HE RESPONSIBILITY OF CLUBWOMEN supper on Thuridiy evening or South Dade Garden Club Monday Mr. and Mr*. L I>). MicVlcir, Mr. HOLDS MEETING Games were played and birthday j e Inge eMaw ter yes

lilt week at the home of Mri. ] evening it the Redland Fruit and and fort Jan Yarborough ill or take and punch wen aerved.Youngsten .v w rsu.tse rues awl. Sa
Th. Woman'i Club of Home- Members voted to investigate Oile Will. were Mr. and Mn Spice Park garden center by Copt Miami end Louts F. Snedlgar of Members of Adi Jackson: Circleof : eras alndrd d tat sated

Head will plan, decorate and man the poiilbllity of obtaining a cui- Fred J. Fuahl, Jr., and Mri. Will ind Mn. Carl Von Paulaen local Miami Beach Informal talk were Flnt Baptist Church attended:! present Loretta were Sandra t pane IniMtiul Mta Hit MM ROUU.j .
horticultural made the the talk given it the church and Paul Konsky, and j Me a TOUt MM
the Homestead community booth todlan to live In the newly-pur- On Tuesday, Mr ind Mrs ..- orchirdlsti and by commissioner by sad aritMvlPHARMACIST f
Silly Klium, Joy and Jackie Sullivan
Mn, James E. Button
of club.
chairmen the Precedingthe .- missionary
kt the. Dade County Fair Mar. chased clubhouse on N, W. Nth
Patty Perrjman, Sandra roua'
? basket dinner will from Palestine, Monday evening
4-13 member decided it a bullne ll., and to advertise fur tale surplus The choral club of the Monday program MRS. HARPER HOSTESSTO Angelina, Bobby Jo Mirth, David
before adjourning to the home
be served at 8.30. of
meeting Tuesday night items of furniture acquire Music Club will meet for : DORCAS CLASS 1 F li,e'Y
practice On Thursday evening of lot Mrs. Winston Caion for a buri- Sullivan, Larry Swtln and Joseph
Named to a committee to nominate with the building. Alto it o'clock
approved I:30 Monday after Bommirito.
week, the county commlnloner Mn C T. Harper wu hostess neu KMlon.Rcfnihmept.
new officers. for election wu in official Ictltr to the noon it the home of Mri. C. 1 1Chlpley
Jon to the Dorcai Clan of
and their wives were special 27 were served by
were Mrs.. A. F. Arthur Mn. X, rounty commission protesting the director DRUG
First Baptist Church. After II Mrs I Id Fredrick The Redland P. T. A. will hold
W Burton,.Mr* Bruce E. Neu- proposed eatibllihment of I nu- guests it a fUh try meeting of JJ es and Mri.Cton.
big, Mr R. O. Shore and Mr. dot camp southwest of Florid the tlub'i executive board The business session, I congealed hostesses I program meeting Thursday, Phone SO We Deliver .
James L Bird, City. honor guest Included Mr. and I filid course and cringe Juice Present were Mn, Herman By- Feb 10 it 8 p. m .
r Were served.Prkaentdvvene. :Ira, Mri. Lewis CallAhan, Mrs. 0 ,

I New RICHARD RIVES, TWO. Mr. H. Collier, D Cain, Mri. Harvey Newton,
ORGAN RECITAL GIVEN BY DR. ROBINSON RugiSensation GIVEN BIRTHDAY PARTY Mn. T. E. Kirby, Mrs. B. R.Swtlley Mn. Jay Newton Mr Ted Pir- Now Open
I FOR MEMBERS\ OF JUNIOR MUSIC CLUBF I The second birthday innlverlary Mn. S. A. Turner Mrs. nU. Mr. Wiudell Peeplei, Mr. ,

of Richard Rive, ion of Mr. J..R. Pope, Mrs. D. H. DeUlngerMr LoU Meyer, Mn.. Shirley Kelly
and Mn. Harry Rive*, *. C. V. Darnel, Mr*. T. DPlcbe and the hoiteue. :(
An organ recital wu presented and French tnualclin was Mr Keen .... JUNE'SArtificial <
marked Saturday by a party it *. J. R M. E- ,
by Dr Carl F. Roblnion It the He also spoke on appreciation I FIRST BAPTIST W.M.IT.
the Rives home In Florida City. ,* twrenct and Mr*. H. JDJvl .
January meeting of Stephen Foater of organ muilo and explained the ... TO HEAR MRS. BOLTON
Birthday cake and Ice '
Junior Muile Club 'held! cream
.t various slops, pedal and combinations Flower Shop
the Robinson home on Epmordr : used In playing were serves >4 rf <<..*a Itif Mra. C.JL,Bolton, preildentof 01
, Small guests were Shells and MpNKEY: CttU0/PiANt1T" the Mliiif Baptlet'W.MIT.; Ano-

Dr. Robinson played oompoiltloni Ann Patricia RIvM, Cheryl Warlln SATURDAY WIENER ROASTA station will be guest speaker it For Homes, lteaataurahtt-Store Wfndo".. '. I

F of Bach Schubert Slbellui CANNING DEMONSTRATION and Joyeelyn and Ruth the meeting of the First Baptist .
GIVEN PRINCETON (LUB. wiener rout will be held by l'
$34.9 C'UR,. Adult present were Mr. W.MU. It 3 o'clock Thursday Odd Fcllewt Bldi N. W lit St, Remedial Fla. Phone HZ
A demonstration of canning and and Mrs R. B. Rives,, Mr. and the Monkey Club of Redland Cen afternoon In the church.
MARSHA ANN SAUTE deep freezing procedure wu Mn. C a Martin Mr. and Mr* ter from 9:30 to 1 o'clock Saturday
city park
given Tuesday for the Princeton Jack' Tripp and the had ..ndho.te.
The club (
... il composed of 2S boy -1/
Marsha Ann Kinyz, daughterof Home Demonstration Club by Mrs and girl from six to eight' year
Mr. and Mn. John Kanyt. C. J. Mulllni trod and nutrition I if J
ige. Margaret Nichols indShirleyMorrlt (
relebratd ner third birthdayanniversary chairman Container for use In
Monday it 955 ir Size SMORGASBORD WEDNESDAY ire the leadens.After
a party deep freezing wen exhibited. I games ire played routed
liven at the home of her parents Member decided] to mike A smorgasbord with free enter- hot dogs soft drink and cookie

on N. W. 13th .. purses ind, hat from straw mat Vv *ir ... tinmen program will be given will be eerved. Austin Armlt-
Pastel colon wen used for the at a work meeting to be held at Wednesday evening In Perrlne stead, religious and recre.Uonaldirector
decorative scheme' Birthday cake, 10 o'clock Feb. a] In Princeton ALL WOOL FACIGlamorug' School auditorium to raise fund at the center fan chargeof
Ice cream and punch wen served, Church ot the Naurene.Preaent I for the Perrlne P.T.A. arrangements
and cindy-filled baskets and colorful at Tueidiy'i meeting I

paper hail wen given n wen Mrs. Herald Barton, Mrs. J.X. .
favor :. Campbell Mri. O. P. Colburn REDLAND CENTER WILL CHOOSE QUEEN

Young guess wen Janet sod Mrs Walker Martin, Mr*. D. A. I FOR CORONATION AT VALENTINE PARTYA I
John Moffett, Joan Ind Albert MuHIn, Mrs C, A. Bryant, Met
DiUrenio, Susan and Elizabeth E. C. Crawford Mri. Geo. W.
r Pltlman Paula Cox Cecilia Ann Drlggen Mn. S. A. Gopp Mn. Available I I. floral end MTO!) queen of Redlind Center will Cirdwell, Catherine Nichol

4 Voss Susie Clark, LaVeme GUM, I Jl E. Mullln Mr* Ralph Morley., dfln. I In Hrh eels. eomblnaHIHII be> chosen by ballot and crowned Grace Hiymoni end Dora Wingo 1)tIIvAs.42I) boV

i Pamela Grlgg. Donnle McKay Mrs. Paul Ray, Mn Ralph Hunt, d Abe un ta b..aiif.t MM er .t a Valentine party to be held I Lucy Condny was elected pmldent .
j and Bert Smith. Adult present Mn. B. R. Swilliy Mr, a K. ruse sane I ot the club it the Wednesday -
sa ton floral eff..,* sad .te4f by the center' Teen-age Clubon I
e wen Mra Paul Cox Mn. Orln Thompson Mrs Roy E. Witten- eolM CMkMMd elTed .let II night meeting; Bob Kaneft,
J Smith, Mri. Steve Dl Lorento, wyler Mn Albert Watson Mn five .bad. e.l.... i a . .-.. Feb. 11 In the assembly rail -preldent; Dora Wlngo eacretaryl -
Mr. W. U Pittmin, Mrs Thai.Orlggi C. 9. Turner, Mrs J, I* Murray hi..., rose, Mce and. wire. Nominations may be dropped $ ald; Kenneth Mendhelm I
i M..., John Motfett, Mrs and Mr*. Herbert Wood. fork; LUmorni has MUwe- Into a box plaCId Just outalde the treasurer The club voted to buy !
Don McKay, Mn. t F. Marshall live matrhliif. friage for en. manager office at the center. a new buketball rim and net fort v- I
: and Mn. Kinys, the bodies TALK Ira ,. OH SCHOOL LIBRARY
members of the Olin B.WIlliam .
-- Teen-age Club. vote ef thank wu given ,
: BIRTHDAY DINNER PARTY SLATED FOR LOCAL P.T.A. /.el,Itl Aindn "M The candidates for queen chowh Harold Wood, Wilbur

GIVEN PRESTON B. BIRD Mri. E. H. Oillah.r Homestead Marvel' .f 1ft yavtI, from the nominee it the club Graham and Gerald PCugardi for
f School librarian, will exhibit meeting Wednesday night ire building new backboard for the
miwrliU -
o I M.... Preston B. Bird entertinettlt and apes on the library Messy IIHt evefeble. I Miry Kineft, Jean k'orrlt, June .i court. ]! : .1
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... iCoidthr if
fllnneC Saturday evening and the part It playa In school _--- NtIlldIv./t"kM./ -i
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IM In honor of the birthday ennlver- life it the February meeting of ____
tarf of Mr Bird. the Homestead PTA at 3.13: WOODY The,'"Builder's Friend
laid for Mr. end Mrs Chat, H. Wednesday ittemooa
f; Mr. md Mrs K. B
S" Blackburn Mr. and Mn. Wm. J. IFirSTHEBISTIN I II II
Clark and the bOlt and boat.... WANT ADS PAr .4 BUILDING MATERIALS VOU V


gat 1UM ER ca I


S, automatic or as a tmtteri gas}range. Also gives yw'

if] 'I fee never-wailed flavor and excetowe of (awed' Dutch Oven cooking [


AND A. ..... ,1: .1 ... -..... -
.,,'U glade .
sauce .1.1

t tlM 1'n..$.., U-lk. 'leaf n "'''___ _.iNLAYING -f r tSMITIIGRAYFS TRI1J 1- I eve lmpre.emeaty 1 Ml On. .IMthodi.wOiod eookt Dud I \

MASH NCTUY OLEO t 1K_ .ISeVEL red. se the speedy. whale m**!,lutaaMk,
IS Ik. bag.SCRATCH ... -'- $..11 Mao Fvwder _._ .-All. .bableeuady. pa- Icclly, while ,.u',.
WED: wing Spiral rhea away. Hussy .Main...
neap ............ .3le i ..... .
U Ik. bw _. ...-._ 11.11 DRIFT Lad ye 11 tie. bold. 'teat takep -
CROWING KAMIU ,TIDE Soap Pettier .lee ._-- 1IM.el kllcbM cool
lags. nap tep cud Only Mytaf. flute ,
."-. bat -. ....1'
CHCW1MQ COM Ioreer bowls ea On Out Vtoft Mftke '.

J ,1 'UTI: HOUSE MILK All knaeX.. 3 fee .-. --. lie "..... tense nee smNlany ...tIl
piece of alea.Iag gas sad keep 1
3 UU ee.a ... .R1e I O'CLOCK Coma .hw pawiel. stein a*eals g, '
HEL-O-BIT CHURL 1 tU tat _. _.. .... _n ..4Nw ,
r, S 1'I. tt. bag .,, ,",, ,,,, .__.... '

i HOMESTFAO l A Gas-On Products inc.O ,

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ray t' r .ntHITDIE' C.. ,& R Davis Paints Distributor of NATUROL BOTTLED GAS ']

376 Soap KnM A'eo, Homestead M..X ease. ,341411 5.-- d,, .M1. ')4$' I rkgtetj Ki M.Pkeie, tlL.., -II ", VK? COOK.. H. Me*.e<1 .**jeer.

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Frddg rpbruarr 4, 1Nt HOMESTEAD LEADER-KNTERrRISE Pap 8>Med '
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aaV.asWatja.Aaam Hr for the mill........ till uipi .. .
) furnished
M Av
- hotta *
... *.. sM lit'
lilt .... *(lf
-. slit. .kaQMkti llgRlf. trg of University of VtaaMk.. t* AMMiTwnarlln and 4th at. ..... tltVW.aadroom . ("'eI) LOST I
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ton *f Mr. and *
,' kllMs.. t"'r' to Mete.. hems A. T. Ttwwrlin.Mr [ ADMTM!
; In and Around III StNh fdlr4 Ala.deleme $. frank saws* a MNatU
1M l! hiss .It...5 m REWARD
*. It W. W. Mh ttt Mm
wan )If. seal. l.... Veme .. Attierf Dibble,' wise with
Heed. .... 3lahatl .... w 1M Lost-black female
Jetduew Vr. ,aehneea II-- Mr. DibMt sped' the aeaaoai at OWMT a* M4i 4V MWm* _"", .......... AMwera N _
atifig from' 4 recent mesas the J. L. Ballard horn !tw year 1 Psis a 441st
.: Homestead i Cemetery &: Mausoleum 1 1I -.... cUtin :tWoReward. .
ago, la mw In a Fort Laud.relal.I NEW It&t (MI
Marlow J oab ett, itudent at *flUl I where" ** nderwent an 1f1IrrE.OMEfiTIC '
University' *f Florida, arrived operation recently, tIAC31Fit,
Monday to spend the mid-term Weodiaw, fr cemetery SEWINGMACIIINES owitM9' ba u. Ibb.desuseF414HellrJ
.. Mr. and Mrs Jack Barnes have Wm. J. Geranbno who apmleversl holidays her with his parents. I. IMO a W. let at, Miami I ) !horn, lady tt.MO MISCELLANEOUS
Phon ",lOt ,
i ...' I laved Into their new home ont day In the hospital last Mr. and Mr, M. D. Jaeobaen. I 1----1 A wide Mlectlon ot "meler1lob New A.1IabIeIG9.SO olds ltquk.dl, ,
K. W. 18th it and First ave.n week after a fall from a lad '
I at moderate arlces available from I drove' mowing. Carl Fndtkh Rt w
hl .
der.l l I. ups and about again.Sunday Martin U|>man has returned (ahie l $ e 0000u. 7rt"+e M 8 .?.*. onKROMI 'I' '
I gmwti at the Ceronlmo home In Brooklyn N. Y, after Mr*. James L. Bird l left this weekto tarn unaoU temetsry axrear AVHWB-470005;; Mcartu .1. Boa 480. HO/III'fIe8e1. old
I,, yew W. Civet wi returned few week, Community mausoleum .f L'I'fl Ala lA worth place, Kings hwy.>
apend a fishing
home In Florida City were Mrand two-week visit her at the homeof
I and Rktse.. NEW MODEL NORGE ,
Tuesday to Mi hem In Perrto: d7PII .. Jan.r I Mrs Dec Carlln of Hushing, Mr. and Mr. A. tfcu UM I camp near Tiwrnler I
3 after IIIIdllloln..n..uea ;
1 r I L. 1-, and Wax Martin of Hoboken Tower. Mr. Lipman and Vt. 1 WASHINGMACHINES NEW rURNlSHED I-bedtMfn(
19 In Did County HospitalHOUM N. J. M.... Carlin li a niece Tower served together in the House this week of Mr FOR RENT \ CBS home w Iclli' FLOOR SANDING and FINISHINQ '

-- I of Mr. Oemmimo, and Mr MartluU ) navy two year In New Guinea,, and Mrs.. John M. Brown are the Aad 1 rrr ..ppl, .' _*. separate utility''> Mmi lull MuM Install oak and pine floor.J JatiphiU i
guests of Mr. and Mrse' : Mrs. Oeronlmo'l nephew during the war. Albin, Jr., and David Albin of s I* wed as |uefV imu'loeated\ M and rubber tile, llnoleumJ
a A. Ekberf: art Dr. and h'' St. Louis Gen Albln, a cousinof I efficiency. apartments, Quails $119.50 Avocado! [>rive near U. i a Na I;: Day ph. 511-W: nlghU "'1-". l

". A. L. Wiylandef of Mra'1 Mn. Preston B. Bird and ion, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wertberryhad Mrs. Brown recently was Rooat rd. east of Farm Life rd. ONLY 'l 1.000!
David Letter were recent house as guests this week Mr and graduated from University of Phone Perrlne 311", K Hollermann. -- HARRISRefrigeration Shirt buttonholes mad on saw ,
I' Mrs.. John Hitch of ClewlitonIt I gbesti of Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Mrs.. Harold GackjlU Mrs Jennie Missouri to practice dentistry In (pill) Co. SMALL house on 10 acre: mixed I machine, al IS McCrory Arcade,
recuperating: from an emergency Daunt of Miami. While in Miami Alkent. and Ceo. Atwater all of St. Louis, and David Albln is amedical (Across from Mitchell's) glade and plneland. acme S for JSc. Also T other sine I'
appendectomy performedJan. i I New Fin, N. Y. cleared. $4,000 la the full price) .
student at the
.I, Mr* Bird war one of a party Small cabin 1 rooms completely Phone 118 I

*.. 15 Hatch's In a mother Clewl ton J. R>:I that ittended the.opera.Weekend Mr. and Mrs. Jack Branch of ......N I........".............UN furnished, hot and cold water $50 I I SPLENDID INVESTMENT of WE DO reliable watch repairing.
I Woods McCrory Ar-
a month On Redlind rd RL I. .
Byrum. went to Clewlston last Mobil and ion, Jackie, are visiting JAMES ABOCt: MOTH - hotel-lWHmrval-store buildingon etch atttt)
Box IV': (
house of Mr. (U2 ))
week to bring home with her the!I' In Florida City with Mrs. HOSPITAL NEWS CONCRETE BLOCKS all lees, road to EVERGLADES NATIONAL
Hitch baby daughters., Suiun and and Mn. Herman Heinlein were Branch's parents. Mr. and Mrs Bnice'i Block Co. Naranla, Flu PARK. Will return more
... MOor
senior IF YOU anything
their Forreit Burk it N.N.NNN.NN..NNN.MMr.
Kathryn who will remain here son Letter Wilkup.Other guests at O.r... 13x50 ft. also room 14x15 Phone 873. ()J25-U) than J0%. on the Inveilnienl of j I
white their mother U ilL Susan I Princeton University and three the Walkup home are Mr. ..ndMrL and Mr. Carl Garner of ft, lultabl for cafe, office or.ppli.nce IM.SOO. If :;raw need, anything visit I
Wa mat
the buy
of hit friends, John Langer and Swap Shop
of the time In Jeffers of Illinois. Florida City art. parents ot a .
I to pending some I. chop. Mrs D. K. Basher I I
I Alexander Miiterman of the unl- I an.d II arres e. Raiser and F., HOME !tresses In good condition stovea,
of born Jan. 10 In JamesArcher TRACTS FOR
Miami at the home an aunt,I daughter Bashor Garage & Servloe Station SMALL ,
Drive, Redland Ice boxes tic. The Swap Shoo
and Wm. Grogozs ofPennsylvania near 1
Mn. Jimmy Wiggins, the former venily House guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Smith Hospital. Goulds. SITES ON KROME AVENUE-
I ; (121f11)"Jerry" ) '
.1 Military College at I.... $tt. I* $SH per acre Verjeaay 1117 S. Flagler Av. Homestead ;
Miss Ruth Byrum. Mr. and'Mr' Lloyd Delta of Florida City are Among surgery patients this ROME!: IN GROVE, a or ten acres;; .
trrma, John M. Raiser llM Phone 487.'NEW
Mr. Mr. e>
Philadelphia. Burk.
Wiggins and Mr and Mn. Frank Mrs DelU' brother-ln-lsw and week were Mrs. J. A. Diugherty, $|,2iO! and opt! THE SUPPLY ISLIMLTEt /
I I Mead, R
Fie t. I Box Its.
Mlsterman ,
Langer and are Mowers Call Doug at I
Burreu of Coral Cable* were sitter, Mr. and Mrs David Lou- Mn. Lucy French and Dad Lan- ?. '
Sunday guests at the Byrum I members of Princeton'! Prospect dermllk of Lewlsburg W Va. drum, all ot Homestead.Medical IT. 110 If. W. 5th it (slOtf)) (nll-f4)), I '

home Club "; '; Mn.Elida I NEW J-brdroom bungalow on
II I Mrr-emi; Mrs; Carl Tetd llof Enqulit patients, Miss, Wr DorolhyCI"enta 1 new half-big cement tnlxert. For Ml by owner-new nearly Rfdland rd. Only $.,.M. HOOF a ,
Mr. and Mn. H. H. Graham of house of 1'1In, Tower-Crow (mtetf completed one-bedroom hour!,
,The Rev. end Mrs John H. Slater la. are guests ,, Mist Ann McNeil Rob- ) TERMS. Ron roofing,
Naranja expect to leave today to son-in-law and $1,100 cash, terms arranged.
Whitt plan to leave Monday for their daughter Willie I
I I ert Garland Chaniy, tile and metal
spend several weeks In Galneiville Dunigin of Peabody, I blk. E. of Redland rd. RICHARD FUCHS
attend Mr. and Mrs Wayne I
Jacksonville to a fivedayconvention I II I Milan, Douglas 'Smith and Wm Guaranteed !
of the Florida State DI guests of their son-in-lsw Silver Palm dr. Mr. Dunagan was Green of Homestead and Mn. FOR SALEGood : on (th it (J28f( ) Registered Broker censed and
I Baptist Sunday School' Convention. ! and daughter, Mr. and Mn. Chester ! returned home last week from Jeannette Snowden of Princeton. John It. hale Salesman ran
: Yales Coral Gables Hospital where he Redland District properties Mary Ph. 441 or 7i'-V P.O. Hox Bill <<
k .had been a patient rock fill, delivered within I Ial i I Stadig, reg. broker Coconut MEMBER: OF CHAMBER OFCOMMERCE Phone ""
Mr and Mn. Wm. Soltlle and I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Barber, Jr.ot NOTICE a ID-mil area of Homestead.' Palm dr., Phone 881-W-3. (fUt) :
children Joan and William! spent Hendersonville and ion Gregory > Mr. and Mrs. rehab Straka and Florida City lrk-., of wider I I yd delivered. Southeastern I
r the week-end In Moore Haven and 'Mr. and Mn. Wm W. Mr. and Mri. Chi Straks, Jr.. !toilet buckets. will. ,..IUvtl, be Rock Co. Ph. '772-J ()J1M4): )I I
with relative' tit M...... Sottile Crawford of San Diego and of Oklahoma City are spending dUrontlnurd. M... 1. a* ap>rre4 I 2-bedroom CBS home near school, 120 A. Improved land $2Z,600. I Guaranty ( a
Mr. and Mrt. W L Wetherlnton. ,- daughter. Carol Iva, plan to return some lime in Cub after visiting by vale *f the town Mnawll .. Venetian blinds, tile Icon price 100 ft frontage with Ibedroomhnuae
to their homea early next In Naranja with the Junior Mrs. Sept 11. Farm building new It'x2quon- : af.nO.e ECIIOE JORDAN. .. rented for $75 monlh on
week after a visit here with Mr. Strska's aunts Mrs H H.Graham, HERBERT HUNTER.. act Corrugated Stan-Steel eon- reg. broker. Ph. 7BU-J, (f4)) monlh-to-monlh beet! Close Inn Floor Sanding I t
tructlon. One lOTxl ..lId'n,1door.
Cults at the home of Mr. ends, and Mrs. E. J. Dual I. parents of and Mrt. Q. W.. Moody. Mayor wilk-in homestead $11,000. Asphalt and
Mri. Ceo. Arbogact thus week''' M..... Barber and Mh. Crawford.', windows., one Ideal for door, three New CDS home knotty\ pine walls, Have purchaser for horn at I 117-W, : ;
I I I machinery! Venetian blind" wooclhurnlng OouUls If l locationand
Princeton err
. were Mr. and Mn. Ceo Croeman t5'
storage, etc. Immediate
, and Mr and Mn.. Jack Cox of ,. ....NtlINIIr. garage fireplace I bedrooms, playroom price are right SEE ALEX
Ph. .1
(. Ontario, Canada and Mr and ) LoonardW.IUsktotwwtanriii ; ( delivery, 895. 471-J. (pM) luundry room with tubs} large S-A. bearing grove, aUOO. drilling .
II lot, price $11.1101term.\ .. ECHOB and Nit 10th it
KIEV of New York .
Mn. Irving Il
In ale ...._ 10 acre grove with house, $30,000.U
t City dares *n4 B. .... .. NOW 18 Till TIME JORDAN re.1troker, Ph. 7C9-J. rash. I and I year mortgage 7
Gl5ASSESI to trade In your old refrigerator I Ion (Ufl) nt 0% interest This i Is an unusualy MIW'I
e a new NORGE to get highest;
I lit N. E. 1st 6L', Miami Fla rade-ln- allowance Harris Re- I good buy

IIW'; II .i ''''' I I e..eImae. Air cNs.w.dPIIONE rlgerition, Ph. 188, erects from New CBS house', 51 N. W. nth lit.' 10-acre bearing of two lime prominent grove rds.on, '
t-SStt corner Eiperlrnred
..................................w e Mitchell hardware j7tf) -ort tile bath Krome, til av.*kitchen.Two bedroomsall porch, $7,500. Ala Ilar-D-Q

Homestead Glass Cot-Class for cypress 'cathedral living room. 10-scr' grove; and nine hpme loexchanae ,Uu.- _-

Il V all purpose W* do steel .rah $4,000 cash, $40 'per month, oil for home and' ,,"other.".' ''I>' ...' ....
1.' -.. j tiling. 101 N. Krom. Phone 171 bitanc Dr. C. F. Roblrlaon, Ph. rearfttale' M ndnWteitf:; Jookeeplng ae>
Be"a'-Good Scout ft 7-W. (sJtf) 20 acres grove I land $1,500. fled woman

l FLOOR SANDING and FINISHING 15 acres well-located glad land, businesses where ,

To Your GarmentsThe ln UH' oak and pin noon $225 per acre quired. Phone (
iphalt and rubber tile linoleum.Dav Arthritis Pain Nice avocado grove with good
. - - . .
ph. Olt-W; nights 187-W homrslte
Do still bury a 'aiabrta to retnpv a
you .
e PM.witak, lxhUullr" MiKfoctint. A' :,,f.rMmrllM. Around 1.000 acres farm land ran
better treat them the more wearyou'll a s d .a r.UDOED
you wart oa your finger Perbips not, but son BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS available' ..Ap.M,.,M'' aoeea. Mr |be seen by appointment only. I
of them. Have them cleaned a..b.a mesa tees fh Uw MOT. reasonable AVOCA )
out Reasonobl
get asafetida Is still .at all times Homestead Floral MUUf MMU -U>*Ullllie ea. M rlt.1
wore oa
do. Yes, enD .
and Gift wMa MKW tin U4 iHrp MM lea N.bir term
N.W 4th
Shoppe, 112 at,
regularly us. We respect fabrics-and OH aN.r. M annul soar uMk.M .es.eraun. .
tiring about the neck to ward off Woman cor. and av*. (a2tf) _. .. SWWf k. k IIUIMIM4: 21-room apt houw, $20,000. On Ornamentals .
the beat cleaning for each job. .
use process 134x182 ft lot fronting on prominent
Toes ciscs_are extreme but surprisingly rd. Can be. seen by-' appointment !

foptrsthioos notions about diseste aad trtst.*. . only. I
TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS Three business sites In downtown Sunny

. meet IT* held la this enlightened ige. Ilomettrad.

\ W. W, Sever, Manager Before you accept secondhand statements tort: hioVof Miami Awning-' ype Bent),Warren Morris I I ML wed of
n....... done U 138 S. Krome Av Phone III
a. E. First Are witchcraft, consult your phTiicIaa. comptenttoeratuate P.O. Dox '400 Hnmutead,, Ha. L' 1 ..

methods prevention and treatment o/dittii*. -

Bring your prescriptions to ui. Window

NEED LUMBER? Job Printing

Glades No maintenance cost-no rust, Field Crate Stencils

: Save Jb Here Prescription AIR NDITIONEn Shop no painting. PHONE 148-R \

Florida City Press
I ,; When open provides awning shelter from

: LRutherfordLumber; Dr. F. P. Archer, Jr. Aluminum rain. Frame and Aluminum Screen. - .... '

Only window that did not admit rain during ::::; --

Company OPTOMETRIST hurricane.
1Y. Mowry St.. Homestead Phone 167 CawUIUIng In Examination .f the ire sal CMaplet) Opens 80 degrees-provides full ventilation.

O.4tal rreaeripUon AND SERVICE _
AH Class washable from inside-easily re- +

DAILY TIES. TUtU SAT.- ,.. U 3:26 placed.
Radio and Appliance Repairs
;; Yi1 Modernizes new buildings and old buildings
)i /i9 lt
.u.rfTR1CTOK ,a, n

r"BEST }f'' f
: If ye* prefer CawaMnt Wladews, ask as steal *
When in need call on 118.I PIGOTHICTRID'N. :

QUALITY AT LOWEST PEICESwl ll.Lite; Aluminum CasementWindows
Kromo },,. at First! Sit Phone_WCIFFEN

Western Meats I .Homestead Loan Co. ; =c;:! *, :

Veal Chops Pork Chops' Lamb Chops 4 IIIIUi

Thick, Juicy Steaks .] 'I''"' 205':' SONSI'I'I'e '
N. Krome Ave
Hamburger '. Mock Chicken Legs I w. c. BASS & ROOFING COMPANY
II I Collateral Loans-450.00:) to 1500.00a4Ir t txclaalx. *. Dealer fas .......*
I Our Own I .

Sliced Bacon Sausage w j I Epmore Dr. & Newton Rd. Ph. 713-M-J 1 Roofirrr of AD Types .

a..1.1, 5a1 11 Solar Water Heaters

Strawberries, Mangos, Papaya, Pineapple, Sheet Metal Work _", (

Raspberries, Peaches, Mango Chutney. Air Conditioning
Lima Beans Brussel Sprouts ,q
Fan Ventilation ..w
Black Eye Peas CAlIBER FLOOR COVERINGS. Insulation ,'

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Bade Quick Freeze Plait .2 .11LiurAmlbttlenee, 5c vtee Asphalt and Rabbet; TileWaid j' ,' .k. t Fme. .......... 't*!!. 'i 1 k
south I :.u...... I W':......
| Linoleum Bmdf and Carpcf r rw .
TOI AMg" Ar*
CEO. M. WAaE11; Id.Kgr. I ), C..Uoo. K. w. W AT. (Oapwtt* tUgn .MM. >?, Plaice 121a I :Mii
I Oijd7U1ie'rha. .
'a. W. act Bt see 1st Avis ...*.... ItS Phone p7pee .t Homestead, FIa. f I : .I'//t9mrnJlgfs/'sib". .

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.lIaht ) 7 r HOMESTEAD LEADBRTERralll I Friday February 4. 1949

r GROWERS PLAYPOMPANO I For Floral Screens Sow I Elks Sponsor' Sepectacular Ice Show

HERE I Fast Growing Annuals For Benefit of Crippled Children Brooks, Inc.

Dade County Bki' aeapral cap, Kay ra"llI. Dan'ih juggling
[ FRIDAY, FEB. 111 charity fwd will brnMrftt from UM ansatlon; Phil Htw; Leo Frel- 1 1'i

OUT AARDEN I Gl317A11I tint hM parformancaa at the linger IfM world and Olympicspeed

1 Homestead /Nigh School Grow-I t apactacular. let show Holiday on champion; Bobby Bloke, Oldest!
ere will play M''ami Jackson lu I I? t PgtuDtAccl lea of 1M." coming to the" Coral adagio and acrobatic danoar on I
night on the Miami court On''' Gabble coliseum on Feb. la.E. sl kale*; Karen the provocative Equipped GroveCaret&ken

fueaday the local c /crs will W. Burton. secretary of the red head of Dallu. Texas; Murray
bevel" to Pone de Leon, and alRA Homevtead Elkt club has charge Oalbraith, former Pacific i iI.

next Friday night Feb. II, the Formal Garden of Annuals 3 1UMt II the isle of coupon*, exchangeable Coast champion; and Dorothy t
will clash with fomapnu (, for ticket. In South Dada. Qooi who won the Cold Medal at
prowen >t rs Walter Wetcman, part exalted 1 Lake Placid In l 4f'. ai the line 1 1I
Grown from Seed figure skater In America and I.
J The Grower were defeated l 411. ruler of the Coral Gables Elks was'!
and chairman of the special crowned "Queen .! the lot" at'
by Rlvanld Military Academy
(9 her* Wednesday night' after trailing r ; event' his charge of the countywide Madison< Square Garden by'fionja : p. a nox ii

throughout the gam. isles.Burton Henle. I IKlwanlan I Phone 71.EHOMESTEAD

They alto lost a doubleheader arid Wednesday that I'LA.I .
.t Miami High School Friday part of the proceedi received Wives Attend
flight when the A team was 3- from the coupon Mica will be
: J I. Davie Club Installation'Member
Steamrollered 49-13 and the D : 1 used for the Harry-Anna Crippled I.t I.
4417Dicirs. Children Home at UmatlllaHoliday .
seem ; iLl
-- -- -r. '!_'we___ baekd..r "Ia.tilln which.____ .m Mils iMttrtrUva kUIIUeS. on lea' features many; of the Florida Otw, e
'1 Kiwanis Club anS thelf' wlv don
f to : One of the unsightly object i the item close toh, ground to start of the flanhlnji blades, In- Wednesday night' attended the
5 PLAY "Key Dltrn'imy FTsn which. ? mud always be screened encourage new growth and. a sec eluding; such International fivor- Installation dinner of the Dave I "I"BKAKK
from view In urban home 1 II the ond crop of bloom lion ai: Henry. Lie, Norwegian Club which sponsored organlta- SLKVICK
I ;AIYSSIIM garbage can. A method of eon A compact form of ageratum illlt skating champion Holly. and ,
MIAMI U FROSII t 2.PHUlittJ eiallng\ behind a lovely screen of should be sown ai the third member ; d- lion of the local group.
floral beauty la suggested In the -of this group The plant grow' Day frolicking m I Among thoiie In the party. were ImmediateServj
'CO'MOI'OOUMiiSWGLi\ Uhiatratlon to the loft only a few :Inches tall and are ce
# Mr, and Mn. Herbert: Hunter, Mr '
i' 4 NICOTIAN AFflMi A blue planting such ai this. lawell mothered In blossoms of agcralum
,1HERE TUESDAY]! $'SCAOl A fitted) for thepurpou. It will blue This harmonists completely Jacksonville Pastor and Mn Willard Se\'l'r,, Mr and
I 6'VINCAv' harmonies with all. other colon In I with the I.Uerower\ of the To Hold Re'ivaillere! Mrs, Henry Jaquei, Mr, and!>'rt. Reasonable Prices
I Dicks Drive In catiert will\ the garden, and with the home and when the plants are In Arthur Troxell, the Rev, and Mrs
)l.he University of Miami SUMSHlNE ASTERS whatever color It may be Though full bloom no one could guess that Martin R Davis, John Becker
'GYPKiPHILAr I beautiful In themselves the blue behind such a beautiful: display so A revival meeting wilt be held.
freshman 'learn In a return engagement , : I I Leonard Pyne, Glenn Schroeder,
Doweri will not be coniplcunui, but commonplace an object as alarb'l In the First Baptist Church of Quality Workmanship
her Tueaday ." will serve a* a perfect background can could be Mdlng Homestead from Feb 13 to 20 by Alonio Lewis: and Ceo. M ArbogaiL
Jh* fresh defeated Ih. local quintet jr others. milk bottles I are a problem the HcV Carl Howell, pastor of oa
In their first Hit Two true blue flower are lug for some housewives. An excellent
Next Friday night' the local felled' Heavenly Blue morning method of concealing their Murray. Hill BuptM Church of ENGINE OVERHAUL i jo
glory, and blue bachelor button presence on the back porch from
live, will play In Pompuno./ d f or a* the caUloguei have it, cen- garden visitors Is suggested In the The. public la cordially Invited! 1
r hrAN TApS
Tuesday night Dlik s'te m da- tnuraa cyanui. The former Is a Illustration on the right Cleome to attend .ya the pastor, the 0
letter-Brll-Telephone 48')I In liluf, with flowers of the Inrg' pink queen grows four feet tall It Rev, John II Wliltt MOTOR TUNE-UT .
municipal ,league play "t the Mi.pmt site borne 10 profusely that has branches covered with attrao o .
1.1 drape. mantle of color over live loaves, and terminating I/* END ALIGNMENT
High gym Harry lllvhop\ wa.teD Simple detlia' Ii bed fur small f.m.llardn. they a FRONT
the arbor up which they climb, huge head of true pink "uplder'lowers '.. 1 It
man with 16 counters For a new home. or a rented nne cnmprthemled. center Interest Bow the largo iced .I rhe ( While forming an excellent i iicrccn
pulllvan was second with 15krnneth a Invaly garden can be grown in a upon let beauty "if Uio flown, ground I I. warm directly where they U allows tree. circulation of FAINTINGBODY
.... tow week trim seeds of annual MlUch If the purpow lo b; soiinht MIto !grow, in null which la not air, I Overseas Transportation Co. o .
I It JMod,1 n onnuili vie with The plan above ingests such a 101, rich Rosy more petunia, whose pink AND FENDER
Mendhelm\ WinK pirenninli In aba and\ beauty, and garden which has an alls cci IMr. !Blue bich"1or's button Ii ono cfDo Sew t 11 w.Ih uhllo: thr nt are bun's REPAIR
4th Wire In Air Class!' they n neh m',lurNy' In weeks. leg on the porch ef the house, with \ i ..b,.It fluvtrm to r'0\\.. ja ,,',vrirlin I In aha"I'r, ,' ill summer tong, Mill I o
: "hr. perennlulii laka months, or a tree as a terminal fc turt, Such : Ml. After UK fir, I cvrp, ,,fj j co,'r tl o rrcui d at the bole (u the SEAT COVERSITIIOUTERINa
Kenneth I ytim an axle hi Important formal flowers ha* begun lu redo cut oIl' eleomcs wILl harmonious piiik; ,
Mcnrlhclm of Ilurnsstead
A '''nnnl' Jeslfn U gulled to a garden) I It should.: renter on'a porch, I .1
won fourth piece In the
garden ut nniiiah ll should 111'
a door or window, and at lie other Service
Daily Freight
eronnutics course for biijii ip n- orated near the house. where II end Here shtruld be aamethlng to o
pored by the iiltdeah-Mlamlsprings will harmonica with the building lake the eye, If not! a tree. then a UNDERCOATINQrORCELAINIZINQ
Kiwanis Club ut the 20th and lot \lines and III' fl wt-r'. cnn be blrdtmlh, un arbor or rams other O
arranged In a plooilnp bulnica ofboth SEAT
feature vOn COVERS
.U terminal l building In Miami in mi and colic without any
/Cenneth was one of 14 local boys touch fit Allfret. cither ildr of tutu :.:t1* there, B
I"hoInk the course under *ponorahlp .I The simpler a formal pullers of ih! <4ild IIP n i g.,a t..1 I h ,"lIce. of "both. LUBRICATION
muse and color 1 IIhll'!, n must i en>
of the Florida City Kl> I: Bower bed it will can **made. It,Ii the a mareitircly peel.I .; ill provided Iv dllll".t', '' the Tailor-made to fit all makes HOMESTEADMIAMI 0GENERAL REPAIRS
wants Club. Son of Mr mid Mrs
I I oui nil*.oiu. .. often made by brgln plantings 01 cock side us Use plan
If E. Mendhelm Kenneth la a hers. to nllcMpt. I somewhat novel suggests, 0
senior. at flcdland High School( or Intricate" |"illpaths 'rii cf beds and Of the flowern rrrominended In of cars. A COMPLETE: BUMPERTOBVMPER -
Plan trips to South Amerlcim I When this Is done, the at the plan, alyssum and i icotiuna Ira : SERVICE

point were the price swords tcntinn cf giirdei' vlrlt"rl""Is claimed fragrant and will |provide an coin: Fibre covers ..........,........,.. .............$20.00 to $25.00 KEY WEST o
by the pattern. which Is llkrl to ttracllon for av*iln| visitors BUDGET PLAN IF DCMRED.
(nnda toh.. tome 1ilgheslrankng I IM \,1I''lI'' rMhc than besu'lful when the fragrance Is molt Intent. Coupon ..............,.. '" "'........$12.50 to $15.00 PAT AS YOU DRIVE.WRECKER .
| students In the ground rouse The dew\ ( isA tare ,rl.rc I to ariordlu There are many oilier /flowtri
ought by airline technicians.Members pl..r., . ,.n., i II e. 'o fCtct IUlrru.A which can be. grown In such a garden Plastic tours ............... ..... ......,....,17.50 0 to $15.00 S {) And Other a
I tin'p r' |plus, n good and \ariun: color schemes SERVICED
lion: committee of the are Iul J. Duvlri club vlu-Huh-- i u..: '. he Immediately propnrn which could be dovali.pad. Coupes ..... ............... .A:,........$19.50 to $23.50

ifs ells, Rudy Dray and M. R. Deglw. Door) panels . ... ,....$'5.00 eachWe
, """"" """" """"" '''''' '' Points Florida
: 1 I :: [ Iii : :: '': ::111'1 on Keys
Bird Chevrolet Co.
mi i i
ME1 specUIIM In repairing. and referring. a (

Attendance Sets Kcrord Kecoidi Radius Supplies. GiautruPhulo track ante and Wk. .( ., l.1' HI N, Krern Ave.

At Camp Sunday SchoolA I. CUT;

record breaking attendant r.... N
waa registered by. the, Redlnnd I 1tJrrr [ Bird Chevrolet Company Phone 365.W o

Center Sunday tthunl Sunday I 22 Years With
marnlng when It chdhelWI'II',. I I for Pick-up Service
present. Teurharl are tofr'W I'Iu OLDSMOBHEHomektead ChevroletNi'Xh

McFadden, Mm. Fred lirndilrk: I t'll. Phone 18
Mrs. Kyle Wlngo Mine PmlVirgro h I II South Dltl llljhwafKunlh
\ Miss Marx Kamff Jim.I I Miami I U I

:Me Bird and Kenneth Mendhclrri I Miami\ Terminal 236 S. W North River Ilr
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Rhodes' I Phone 3-3615


E. Ilk ST and lit A1EOpposlta

I I ( Chamber of (ommerca IIId,.)
lluildcrs and I'cmodclcrs! I Q. What la the name of' this. tut of .

line" A. Tli, I I' abrurnifl ilk.r -
WoodworKing a Specialty: I f. niirredr i U come from sod how
la It IdciiUllrdT Uorkmanithln Guar.nltedPhene
Electric and Aeetjlcne WeldingSIUER i I A.I The arm sleek Is cut from the
chuck or shoulder section of beef and 9115 (Night 115-M S: \ )
Is iuloy'/ Mid well are all ,
: TALRI DBMC-ONE: MII-E WIST: Ol V. 8. 1 .cut,l* from that sort ion.:"d1\a U a flatpiece NO JOB TOO IIMAI L - NO JOB TOO BIG
of meat and may ba cut aa thick
rhone t1W1 M desired It contatna the dlatlnctive
round arm bona, which, U aim urraent Why WorryABOUT .
( .. ._ . In the nrm boup put, rout, and .
u.uIIly0111 1108 Urn cnrli of the rib - - ----- -- - -
weie;; rra -itbe'etesfr +!.: <
: Q. How iliould this nil be prepared
.ll I A. Thr ann Monk 1..101111'to the family
bt i,'MX) Imlifd, Hra It.]. M I should<1 1I YOURFertilizer
I b,, i nln>l vul a email pin tint of
1 I Iiqutd I Drnltretdipt( : t the meet Strut inseannnrd . atr Hour. Uu n brown II slowly
and trouehly I Ui 4 tabl""npooifat.
Add a \ amount of .liquid,
eI cover 'Ute pan closely and let the Problems?
Matt I'OOk11 tender. about I
I hour, Different flavor vlTrvt can beechieved
TEUmONB Na. 171 bv varloua conking liquids
TWO SHOWS DAILY T and I r M. i for the steak, such as water, tomato
,t SATURDAY and SUNDAY r-nttatt. I UU It. iiilr* or pulp, vetcubl juice, wuqulds
Admlesloah. "'ulla. Nlchl. tact Matinee till g a. m). Me '. or ecru cream.
Chlldrtni Oder tea "I| tea >. twelve He, (Ta. Included.) I. i!! ...b'I1L "'q
I Ir I
Try Reliable
Last Times Today: "Return of the Hadmen" ,

SATURDAY, Ftb -oubU" Feature Program South MiamiTheatre "Redlancl Brand Fertilizers"MANUFACTURED


"THE lUG Fl 1"" / '

(G.mbl.&lit girl decoys in college Uiikrlball fix) I .

i t blocks so. of Waffle Ugh ea .
"JJLACK HILUS" S. Dixie Ill. Build \ IN IlOIIESTEADs a : f

(Eddie in the saddle, song on his 1 l.pu: gun on lilfhUx\ ) Bath MUmk S-SJI1 DIRECT t FRO)! }FACTORY TO GROWER*"::' '

SUNDAY and MONDtY, Fea. t.-7 Saturday, continuous 1 to 11 p.m II I j -. ':'al .
GREGORY TICK, ANN TODD, CHARLES Sundays continuous S t. U pus I
CO) URN In Our. Lumber
Monday thru Friday, shows With I : t
t "TilE PAUADINE CASE" t"\,, .t T and I pjn. I

(She is bad,Jo the bone. If ever there vAs. aa> evil woman BanMen... Feb' I-T ./.' ': .,<; *'* 4AH Popular Mixes on Hand 1'J'; J'

Added the: Paths it one>News, . 1Tl'ESDAY DANNY KAYK VIRGINIA It'. the safest and cheapest InJlhc long run. 4.75 4.8-8 5-7-5 4-94 3-8-8 10-0-10()
MAYO ui I" "
I timber; makes strong support for t'I Any 'Amount Organic Desired
"A Song Is nom Strong sturdy .
and WEDNK8D\T. r>'b. a.I I ?, s. '
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