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 11, 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: VID00647
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 NEWS paper Since 1912 .

i 38t year No. 6 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1949 ; PrIce 6 Cenu


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I Otter Half-Million Paid GORDON ANDSTOCKDALE Deputy.CI Here (to'Receive empUoneotmtF FIFTH ME, REBUILT; UNESf( ,'

> t uty will

City to.i Il to

Tomatoes in 10 ag jdl omra ,
j Days 1D isebiUly itswd a axop '

. RUNOFF FEB. 18 pro lea i and x returol to deputy rroesal ADVOCATED BY SUPT.G1IVEY1THE

wW i'7fpmeite d d 10 ,
oflock Vjjt TlflcleH Qty at t '" I
At Market Voters will choose between o'clock. Purchase fifth
lloridaCity WEATHER of a engine forth
It. Grant Slockdale and J. Fritz Gordon The deputy la scheduled to1 b*
0Irt0W swan eases.,o ewwMa city\ light plant, rebuilding\ I
In a run-off rlmiry Friday, I Is. Pianos on Feb 18 and Mar g4.t.e sna ra.rioI&
Feb. 18 to fill the plea In the IS and In Homestead and Florida many' of the main electrical line*,
O.t "oLI| all.. | lUf. |IUIc
Dade end Installation of
' County delegation to the City again on Mar U. adequate itreet
I'j Feb S ,13 8t 3007 0.53 \
j Warm, dry. weather la result- Service dubs Will Hear flat IriUlaturt left vacant by the The year, all request for* exemption Feb 4. 83 88 30.01 lighting were recommended| to the

1 log In bumper tomato yield with:. COUNTY GIVESC. Sullivan on Crime Hoard TROPIC FRUIT death of Richard Oelken Jr. must be made In ptrton rib B. 88 M 39.83 city council Monday night by \
The winner Of the Stockdale-! FIb. I 17 84 3001 Utllitln Superintendent Gordon
41.810 field box** marketed for
Cordon run-off will tie M. Duncan
N3tD6t within the last flve- Daniel P. Sullivan operating Held, Republican nom'nee' , First Baptist Revival Feb. 7 88 57 30.01 w Ivey, After discussion the \
Feb. I.
i .87 &6 30.10 '
day sale period at Florida City\ C. OF C. $2,500 director of the Crime Commission CO OPe VOTES In 8 special election to be held Will Begirt Here Sunday Feb. I. 81, 18 30.08 council asked (that Mr. Ivey and

Stat! Farmer Market. Both quality of Greater Miami, will ppeak kt a Cm Mar 1. Consulting Engineer ".n. Sydow 1
I and demand are good, 1"1N.rkelmuler dinner meeting ot the Redland In the first primaiy Monday, aubmlt a financial end a physical

C 6. Phillip. High District Lion Club, Homestead only t eight per cent of the regli report on the plant for the past
EXHIBITSParticipation I'rtd'olere went to the ROTARIANSBY
FOR polli
Rotary Club and Florida City\ KI- 12 months. .
Councilman J Q.
price of$t 10 and iverig price FlAG.MERGERm Stockdale received, 1421 vote;
wanly Club at T o'clock'Tlieadl1evenill' Wynn asked
i special
analysis of
for the and Gordon 1177. Trailing the
of $7.20 were reported Lions I 1
In the Den. the Key electrical account to '
laden were Hayes Wood with
period., Lion E. IL Gallaher has chargeof I : show the
production cost and the
of Redland Oiltrkt Proposed merger of Florida 1.171'Ole..; Sidney L. Segall
!This make more than a half arrngement, sale price per kilowatt. .
Chamber of Commerce In lb. Tropical Fruit Growers Aasocli 1,461; Jack Kehoe 1.C44; Norman
lalllion donut In tomato money Mr. Ivey told the round! that
Lyons, 830i: E. Lloyd Knight 637,
Dade County\ Fair at Miami March, lion and Florida Lime and Ave the plant U
running at full
which has been paid out at the James & Abraa, 434;, Walter A ,
Florid' City\ Market In the part t-13 will be tlnanoid entirely COUNTY TURNS cado Grower1 Association was, Coleman, 404; Noah Tyler liT, PICK FRUIT capacity now and that If DIll
with 81500 allocated the chamber approved at a meeting of Tropl. Jack M Turner of Homestead,' engln were to cut out, part of
ten day.. The figure for the preceding the city would be darkened In.itaJlatlon .
by the board of county commlillonerl cat Fruit Growen In Redland 223; Mn France 0. Warrlner,'
five aging day was for thpt peclflc purpow THUMBS I DOWN' School auditorium Wednesday 1(3; Carroll S. Thaw, 153; and ofa,, 1,800 h. p. engineIn
the summer of 1MT boosted
$ IIU1U"t' Fred T Hunt, 78. I Rotarian from all over the
Pole bean thla week old for Vlce-preildent Herman Heln- 'ON NUDIST CAMP night M Duncan Held, Republican : United State and Canada will capacity\ to 3,700' h p. aad pro- ;

: $4; string bean, from $3 to 8378; Inn reported at a C. of C. boardof More than fifty per cent of nominee for the tame legislative rt comprise a motorcade from Miami ductlon to 1.800 k. w. The engine,

and squash for around 83.15, The director meeting Monday Tropical' members have already' eat In the 1948 election, topped which will tour the Rd which cost the city $108,800 In

volume of bean and squash wai noon In the Parkway Restaurant/ The county commission Tuesday tIned the marketing ..IfItmentpledln. Gerald SchwarU. till to 284. and District today 1(47, might cost around $140,000
reported ai light turned thumb down on Stockdale, 38-year-old lumber I At noon, these Rotarluns who now, Mr. Ivey estimated ;
that the commission had approved to the I REV CARL HOWtLL:
their. fruit\ -
proposed Purchase of
t : 1 believe we have the best granting a permit to Reed and company executive, wa defeatedlaat are visiting in Miami will converge a fifth generator
f.rmen to be found anywhere," the chamber' request that $2,800 Zelda Suple for establishmentof sales program under the' I Preston B, Bird In The Rev, Carl Howell, pallor on Homestead Air tnd rebuilding. of moat of the ..
Mr Phillip. laid yesterday "They In the county budget for the 1949 a nudist camp southwest of merger, II was announced. The the ::1'fJ: the county commls-I 1 of Murray Hill Baptist Churth: .of I nld where On"I'will 1 b:* gain, electrical,," were recommended ;

iik prld In marketing their Redland Diltrlct Fruit Festivalbe Florid CIty.Whether The goal of the combined progrim -: lion, He wa top side In thDeo Jacksonville carved at t o'clock In one of thehangars by Mr, Sydow In his last t
produce. Practically all of them a mandamus or other A. Smatheri campaign in wilt begin a one.week ,Joint host will be the report, for the period of Aug. I, :
'' sew love their own field boxes transferred for us* In earmnglog legal .action would be sought to an'hipping : ID48. and served .i. Smaiaecnrtary revl meeting -tundar'at! llomeitoad and Miami itoisrylevies 1M. t p Jest, \ ; 1048. Mr. Iw rttauiubl :

't'i with, their name itenclled prew exhibit !rocn,the"district| for, obtain! the granting of the permit, I. IItr.1tal" 1 M. ya/hibl jP ih ChUrcRv. ;It1'I' t : .t 41Sted ,,* cu. C>.'!-r" .
t ..h t .. ..IltabILahM.rJ a .. .
;..r..a .r.uw-4I JftFO W.k3'a1'ee6aJutt9anOra . \ I \1 1 ("1)\I" ..'J0rt41 .
", e .TII' '!)"'tba" the viouily voted not to JU l g e i,Fruit\ the Suplee. Mid/yesterday that three-tlroe aspirant to" I 10th.- \ John H; Whitt,' Grower* picking house at rtn3litiM' rtlMllt .fllte"':
New York market Each farmer Festival this Jest h* had no statement tot publication Store, was a member of Fuller Gould, a tour of the South All. a 'downsUln location, \; ..
Standardisation of
take Ills own embty\ box** awayfrom The fund, which will be ad. "I.ASK : package Warren' campaign committee In The public 1* cordially 1 torlted Garden and the East the adoption *t a new accounting

,the market) and doe not ministered by a committee com- 4.8. Sale ExtabUahment promotion of picking the 194$ gubernatorial race. to attend. Made:: terming ana and a dustIng system" to .k* supervised by the
bother other farmers poled of Mr Heinlein, C of C demonstration will precedethe superintendent, the making of a
"We lose have the but group Treasurer T E. Kirby and MnThclma TOMATO MEN luncheon, and a tour of the physical Inventory and valuationof
The plan for merging the two
.f buyer to be found.You would McGarrah, secretary, will associations Into a muter co-op- Construction of C ommunity (House grove' section will follow. At the the department property and

think that they were picked out finance exhibit ai follows: TO MEETING ON era th'* wn advanced nearly three Is b Redland Churchthe citrus grove of Dwight Key In surveying system.the n electric* preliminary distribution to-
the Sponsored
and put her* They pay whit Fruit and vegetable exhibit. month ago after conference be ;y Redland, the several hundred'lIlton correcting It* present overloaded J
produce 1 II worth and lometlmei
Horticultural exhibit tween official and committee.: \ will be allowed to pick tondiUon.I .
more"I appreciate all of them, firmen ., Sub-tropical Experiment Station \ BULK PACKAGINGTomato Florida Urn and Avocado AMOdatlon Construction of a ID-foot) by building The communityhouse and eat' oranges, with the compliment I Financing ot c better type of
and buyer, and the way they exhibit has approved every basic' 60-foot CBS community home Is will be set SS feet wet oi of the Miami I Rotary Club j street light for Krom end Flag ti
do business. They co-optrata with Garden club exhibits. grower and shippers" step of the plan and will now being sponsored by Redland Community the church building and Just cut of which Mr. Ney U a member.,I ler avenue and more adequate1*

me and wltfi each other. >I havebeen ire Invited to meet it .I o'clock take format official action following Church, announce the of the tennis courts. Homestead Rotarians an requested street lighting for the) whole town
her about eight yean now Community collective exhibit Thursday In Perrln Community that 6f Tropical' Wed Rev, Martin R. Davit, pastor To A* appointed by the official 1 by President Henry should bo included I ,In the new I

end our farmers haven't had any Future Farmer-vocational. agriculture House to determine the type of netdty nightOrganized be located on the church tract .t church board, the commltUe In Pridgen to report at the Home'' expansion plan> )lr, Ivey Mid.
bad check during that time. I exhibits.ftedl.nd container best adapted to transportation last July, Florida. the lDtnctlon of Redtand rd. charge of construction la M E. stead Field hangar at 12:18. The council authorized purchaseof

want to thank both farmer and Fruit and Spice Park. of tomatoes in bulk. Tropical Fruit Grower don not and Coconut Palm dr.. the time- i Wilson, contractor, chairman! Mr. 8840.80 worth of supplies for
tuyen for the way they have exhibit The purpose of the conferenceI have a packing house and iclllngorginlutlon tare; will have an assembly hal Davis, pastor, Vlce-chalrmsn;. A. $.,000 In Finn t'eld Immediate plant needs

Worked with m* to build up our Ceo. V Thorpe, president ol I to make recommendation and and Florida Lime with 1 fireplace at the north end, V. Phillip, assistant Homestead To Qty During JanuaryOne The contract 1 to supply city
arkaL* Radio Station WVCO Coral to discuss grade and packaging and Avocodo Graven has both a ten-foot by 20-foot kitchen postma ter, treasurer; GoSh Ku- electricity to the Keys, In which
Gables, attended the director' standards for bulk shipment to at Princeton, toilets and maple storage apace feldt, carpenter; Mrs J. P Elliott, thousand dollars In cash particular Interest was evidencedby
meeting Monday to advise the' repackeri. Jullui Pierce I II president of for' the Individual equipment of vice-president pf Redland W S- fines was collected by the Homestead the council was signed In
board that he would like to establish ' The i meeting U sponsored _by Tropical FLAG I I. headed by the organizations expected to use C. S. and past president ot Red- police department In Jan. August, 1M8. for I flv-yr
PV\ BLEACHERSSEEN a aub-itatlon her with the tomato division 'Of the Florida Kenneth, t. Keye..with Cart Flowaty and Home Demonstration Club; nary, Police Chief Win. F. Biant- period n sets a price of one and

direct broadcasts from Homestead\ Fruit and Vegetable Association. ai manager GUARD GOES ON BIVOUAC Don Foley, Redland scoutmaster, Icy reported Monday night to the one-quarter cents per k.w; forth
FOR CITY approximately two noun each Jack Levy, president of Redland City council Eighty-two else current metered and cold at
day. The board offered to cooperate Member of Company D, Home- M. Y F. and assistant icoutrnait!tried, and 71 were found the city plant and tarried to the
with Mr. Thorpe and offered U. S. Engineers Te st Reservoir Area stead unit of the N.llonaOuard, t '; Mrs Ootch Kufeldt. Sunday guilty. The cost of feeding the keys Over a transmission system

BALL DIAMOND him apace In the Chamber of bivouacked on the firing rang school superintendent! Mn.J.T.B prisoners was $23321. built by Key residents with
'r North of Kromc j-Trail Intersectionby
Commerce building for a itudlo last weekend In Wilt Palm McElroy.'Club president of the, Woman's Twenty\ 81 bond were for- Rural Electrical Administration
of the Redlandi
A* a preliminary to proposed Owen E. Finley secretary of ; andMrs felted. in easel over-time parking Financing,
Beach The unit U commandedby
Jos. yowl, church worker
Construction at a 18,000 grandstand the Florid State Chamber of In order to be ready to start $120,000 raised Jointly by the 'er*
at the city ball park the Commerce and Harry Smith Jr, work on the $208,000,000'' Florida state the Everglades Drainage Capt. Raymond Voss George Orunwell I II architectfor Thirteen grew tire, ont Irish Ruddy Topples to Re Sold
Hty: councO Monday night *uthfcrlMd representing the service divisionOf flood control program when the District and Dade, Broward and the new building for which fire ad an automobile fire were
the use of ,City prisoners &that body, attended the meeting money I II mad available, army Palm Beach aunties the labor ll expected I if be reported for January by Fir Saturday by VFW Women

p to rai the old structure which to tell the director that water engineers are busy obtaining and In the Initial survey necessary SUPREME COURT donated.A Chief Elmer Sullivan. Buddy poppies win be sold on

; hu been condemned by the Inburanc control 1i the Number On projecton astembllng data .which will determine tor planning the flood control I downtown streets Saturday by the

I. company: Request for the agenda of the aisle cham" when to build the floodsafeguard '- program, an Important part was UPHOLDS Gala V. F. W /AiulUary..
the city kelp In demolishing the ber. Mr. Finley laid that all levees and weter'Mn. played by Homestead's M. HGallitln. CITY Show to Climax! Lions' Drive TIlt poppies are. made by Pratt I

; ( ireaent bleachers and for indonenent chamber of commerce are urlledInte..t aervatlon reeervotra reports L L United States Soil Conservation To Finance Memorial Awarddied General Hospital patients to whom '
of the new construction was to themselves In the Chandler of Gould, member of Service chemist who IN BAILEY SUITThe Bradley most of the proceed will go,
i bade by lea: Shall president of problem. He laid I committee the flood control committee. has hit office and laboratory at

pal local softball leagua. headed by' Mr. Smith would beset Near the intersection of Krom Subtropical Experiment Station gels entertainment on Mar last May. The selection were Geo. Skall wins AwardAt
Mr. Shan was liked to submit I.. up In this county with head- rd. hnd the Timliml Trail.a tat From on-the-spot studies, Galla- supreme court his upheldthe j$ wUl climax a campaign by the midi;on the bails of sportsmanship I
bluegrlnt* for the new bleichm quarters In the El Condors II I now under way to determine I tin and bis staff hove analyzed circuit court'i .decision In Redland District: Uoni Club to I co-operitlon end scholastic Golf Club Opening

| (Continued: ea Page Two) Hotel, Miami.i how fart water link Into the the soils and water resources of the fever Theodora of the city In tile ault of linanc' the ,annual Bill Bradley ability Lawrence Wtbrry of Ceo Skill won tint prize at the
Estate to
rock underlying the everglade. I the 7.800 squar. miles of the Bailey 'tor Awed to trod to summer camp Homfsleid and Gene Mill of I opening lOt'the Rodland District
Isj this test the third In the southwest I, Evergladei a 168-page bulletin the city liable torn the beat alj-round boy from I Redland- were chosen as alter-- Coif and Countm Pub:: with a
13 Awards Won Local Orchidists 18,000 In delinquent tax certificate
by Pad 18-foot "Soil"*, Geology and Water Control .
i 1 : I ana a cylinder the Homestead summer playground nateij; score of 38 on the Jtlno-hol link.
land ousted
Of 8,400-gallon ..p.clt1I( In the Everglade Region outstanding on and the best all-round Th* summer playground> pro Other wlnnrtfMludf| ( T. ''A.
i I In 5th ,International Show in Miami\ :being cemented to the bared tine published last March by the U. I. from the city limits In lilt and boy from .t tf>* Redland summer gram wa initiated and financedby Moor and E. A. It.JIMI.
IU', City Attorney Ira C. Haycock
rock and pumped full of water In Experiment Station *t Galnsvllle. -
: playground. Pane an not yl too Lion Club for two yean More than DIll hundred golfing
Redland DUtrlct orchid growon ,the whole chow and for a which black dye I II dissolved 3A; .. meeting reported Monday at the council completed for the entertainment until It was takes) over last lummer enthusiast tried out the nw link

peen II award for exhibit In scale Dlgbyana, u the B..I number of wells an bored ,to --- A contract: for repainting the which may' Include a matinee Jby the eounty. over the week-end.
In* Finn International Orchid : chid species not otherwise ltiod. encircle the cylinder and records Dimes Still Marching- movie and local talent' show says
city water tower for
an kept ot the rat at which the M. H. Gallittn, chairman: of .meporsearing'club'e e r
the .
cponaored over
J colored'water In Ant{-pollo Campaign exclusive of tria 'bOUf'DOO.j J Yields
Into wets
the Finer
1tnd7: South florid, Orchid Cap and Mrs. TOO Paulsen ofFiddler' from the cylinder.For seep. warded to C H. youth oommlUtob Bigger Tomatoes Seen i'l'
Society in Miami Bayfront Park Green Krotne rd. E. H. Oallahar head the '
won Donation
on additional Information on are still being'n! painted the tower MVCTI! As Result of Station
udRorium and viewed by more first prize on an Epldendrvm the structure of the Evergladesrock : eelved for the March of Dime, irevlously.. For about $M more,I Sam Etncor committee.of Homestead and''I Experiments
khan ten thouiand ttdtor Domingo* Hyms codes and second B. :
reports Chairman Tbo Royal Mr. Lynn agreed to letter "CI,,
con ar* being' analysed by
Robert Bonham of Redland war
4i 1 Two special fold ribbon and prliei.on a Phalaenopii AnubUs geologist Tbees.tu4. and pre- and a complete financial: report of Homestead on the tank which I, selectedlest Jail! to receive Bigger yield. and more resistance Rueble'i discovery four :yean ago
two. blu ribbons wen warded and a Dtendrobium Undulata. will not be possible unto next: will be treated with red lead'' that
dythan would
vkxi permeabUlty test of Everglade two-week tltapens''lta, to plant diseases an control late
Tennell Orchid Company two Mrs.
Paulsen also
; Von, won week. before aluminum II I
Jblu1 ribbon and two red rtbboni the flnt prize on an arrangement muck, are being financed Cola card brought In $35480 plied. paint ap IWj *umm r"u a memorial to promised( by almost 80 new strain blight and which tomato\affect both potatoes

}If Wit to Capt and Mil Carl C. of white Phalaenopsla. The beau- from the Homestead schools: and Mr. Haycock advised tilt eoun- Mr. Bradley, former club memberlani7R of tomato now being grown e*. Dr. D.'O. Wolfenberger told of n

;Yon Paulaeo; and on* bin, three tiful white blossoms were pissed Income Tax: Aid Offered! $33180 from Redland School, and cll that a representative of. the Instructor' In nand agriculture High ,.School who perlmeotally by Subtropical Ixperlment the teem< developments in Insect

,,1 )ecI..ID4.ane. whit ribbon were la a 400-year-old pewter vise Here ThurlllkyFt3Jty tMSO wa realized from the r. E. c. Railway expect to 10ftt.r Station, growers attending control plot; Dr. Robert A. Con
1 I' 1'won by Homeitead Floral Shop. on an old English pewter chop triploheader Homestead loon with the city about the .iaU n'a annual field over, of the new fungicide ex. P >
Mr. and Mn. Daniel Ryenoa4M pUte. A pewter whale oil lamp Free advice and aaaisianee in basketball game Feb .. Donation crowing: at N. 1:. Second at Aa :Methodist Church Site day Feb 1 wen told by Dr Geo. perlment on truck crops; Dr
toot enter exhibit but but*dJminned completed the arrangement filing Income tax return will lit of $U by UM Redland District Invitation to Join the conferencewill ,Ready for' Construction U RMehl. station rlM-dlnctor John U Malcolm; of the remit
I the Information booth. Awards to the Homestead Floral available to taxpayers from 10 aBV LIoN Club, and $40 by the be extended: to W English\ Insect and disease controbi ob- from fertilizer teat plot for to..
\ Th* Fennell Orchid: Jungle Shop Include*): tint print\ for \the to $ p. m. au' Thursday and Homestead Rotary dub were owner and developer of Civic I The Month Krom ten-lot liter tohMd from nor then a soon matoe* and potato; and Dr. Roy
(award Included one of the mod entire exhibit: of corsage; flnt Friday when Deputy_ Collector listed by Mr. Royal Center Addition, who' bag been the $100,000 building to b*' Of different. Insecticide end Hark,**. of the effect of 1-4-D 1A1nlJlnJ'
Wld honors of the show- tint prlso for a corsage fashioned:of .J0I0,W. HamOton will lit at the In the 1 basketball lame Joyce eekins] the crossing. erected by the lint Methodist funftcide wen demonstrated at \ the color.ot potato .I
'fprbw tor.,the beat display of un- lavender. orchids and **condprise Homestead eity httTh Morgan starred for the Homestead Permit were granted Mr. and Church of Homestead wa scarified HiaWand and at U* potato tuber

, flowered dlinxi.Tfa FentMllt'woo for'a bridal bouquet) a taw ,rjuit that return girl with 12 pointer to ,defeat Mrs Dewer Proat for 1 $8.200 thl*. week and mad ready testing ground east of Horn** The' growers sass at the East
fill' also first prlso for a 100- corsage and an ensembi of wristlet be, filed by ail perton with. Redland. "11. Mary Lou Mar Can rttWsflc. in Boulevard Addition for construction. Work on DM pixel, Official In the department Glad experiment station en the

(foot diaplay .of flowering ode necklace and earlobe of wo total income of MM or mor* to teiwhlto .taIIW ........ grid U* .... Wilkins for a church wtEbeas aay*. ot Mpicttltur* estimate that the North Canal' at AOapattah ML.
rand'i special gold ribbon a bre wn and yellow "dancing lady' fart The aiilHiin fer and ,... ... .... ICc0tixu4 ....... .. .atjDnoe.
. .. : fling T- . 1.M0 teaMteo to a dwelling. onCeiHaiu the pastor,; ft 'ft* *. **> sinisstsy'i potato production bas and toad field tripe to th* *. .
[.*r .. fct Cattla. << *IiI .te ..,rUd .....- - turn li 1I .'* -'.-r __ ( Iwo) ( < GO Pigs Two) -'-. ... ...., .... .'b*.a tacreaaed: IS per cent b/ Dr. tioo'i testing ground.'A .
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hobd 'an 11M situ WI"\'Imt. with level WWI theaama ONLY paint. of the chet of the Jockey Oubpreparing u. l"i..d awn.d 0.1. II. .wa.Ma .. t.tee '

t.aus I. aacera to4 MM\ awe and reaped.' We hive never ed in black on each: side of the aad cooking a crepe: .......-_.eased. ... t/l.sswaA. W I ; elate M WAUA.1
anSt/1lB'Lt4r.w/ *CBn tailed to vmenfly appreciate the MIl fa totton a.t .maMor hM .uaetto. aver a chafing d sh, I re 4 t a..a.A1a.lata.w
11__ \ snail man and romoabtr Aim { Inch or larger than two .called: that, the recipe! .la supposed I Inserts rierUa
iAli?/M.i../ icmtwanwa. at Chrt imps. :*e -we arWol f Elf Nod the l*Mt lust fat ta tie pail. ] ta from one ,ener.. BBrDmUumBllllEIIUUllHRlI1I ter, /sere t7>Aa w aka pewURp .
III both world wan fn tied awl .. the fag to heap sew tkto. unather. This explai t Yes stsarn.4 . 1r
en coral and who even **s4 our frt of the carrier's ... ON the why It to whom published and Tomato .pries are fooling the aA A eaY.ID+txr Wxppi F.r., ,
1ItItIIIfItft't'NJ1I .ATaIs Illusions of feint" and (reaknosaonc liovtmnrt, and far enough Tina I. wally prepared by a foreign effect* of the MecltM frees 1 ,g4aitaxir '
... o.aal 1 Save.. Soap 1 -. 'mlng all In Wa hlnltnn.e -'I the toecareer M That Ue our rtMt ra the 81.... wtti the belt ojtiaVRy txmemg, f 4 AIo ) a1e Service orRepairs .- .'
,ghat J"I"'I '... have Just been dilwrlaM> inane !M net on the curve., .* 'DN6w.I The ..storya* the first crepe and $.*... ." ..
1 o.MM/ _. ,tlII, 1 rr. PHe aa example ei and "broken on I the box I. now complete after I utette belongs to the thrills and "Homestead Scout work will be 1 CdIietan
r the wheel" by the postmaster t two weeks of unning to fenerai' hazards vf the v-ookmg fit ofesston. directed end aided by U* follow tr ..

........ .. """ here. delivery, ot.xoh.ngu. .g We ore all familiar with the tog selected council ot ten men,
I .... ... . .r_ Ran you ewer anna thmugli the diplomatic Tate Ink fihMit *sns.CM story about the annltlve French ..James T Wilson Wiyor Paul + .7 fteae..nurnlis ::
...... I.L' esravaIs711tiiIQ""'*' .... ... eI. i Mate ,B. tribulations elr implying U bo sugary ti Cncle fiat who took Ms ire after he Russell M. P. 7olk m, W. ft, M.eiusIMMrMia/rt .. Llectrh .Peapa,!i' acr,, 1
with the postal regulations, Sam'i post office-It bay*. j .... one of he ',",ala put salt Crow Gordon Ivey W. K. Wai-, ant aM\ Mel Any Otber M.Malr,
; In erecting a rural" maH to finally attar check derma of and pepper on erne>of MsipedaHyiMd ton, Cecil Hook, UhnII and 1 .
particularly J when the pMtmart'' done left ... things wrong or undone -
fa Coming
I U hat dud 4<*ld d that Uw toxea wa found a ndtlct In the .tatorw* to kls. IndivMual taste "The creation of the Tropic ''iIi ,
along the" countryside do not' box "living' oi our number, and The story of crepe lunette aabwt' Everglades National Park rhlrh 5v 0
refteft credit on ''Sa"," and that only I lOW requiring that itames Ung boots. XIV. Ho told li to have IU easier boundary
By Mile Karhew rnrk something must be don T ,I of aU persons (printed stet -.... Ms oche1. (that uailrss lie concoctoi almost al Rollle*lll"""' heck tlour ,.4 MM wC Sane.. Phone d42'foRO \

Day of tx v.. Thttik of all the At that tnomwit my TrienO.. wed; tent. "who" #e+IIw snail In the !bell a new desert for tile kail's feast should mean tWO.OOO a day additional newswpae oeii aa'iMae
mushy things I happened to anticipate the thrill 1 be 'U.tadbolos"'Today. with oar he would lose his head On the money spent In Florida, ------ .
The silly and the gushy things | of our first mail box Oh )let. we wa will peck the magna '11ft morning of the feast after .sev- lays Em.1ICae, chairman of H I Ii
Lovers 'weed write and sign had 11.ld'Clurned! the smallilce the portable and] witch tat the oral days of trying: to think -of a the- director. at the park Mod NEW BLEACHERS ,
box to the store because the new dessert without IUO HI, Die Hon.: .;
Iliit. |
the thrill at bar nuUL Uiybe
Think tit ill the candy .and. (Continued from Pal:.()n.)
posies distaff. aide aid she wanted one wo Win gland ;> add a lime tae chef was ao despondent he had Darn to Mr WIld Mn. X. t. ,
Sent ai everybody supposes that would hold packiKr\ to ate him ... 1M two__I"?, given' up oil hope of saving his Cavender at the Post Cr.du.teIfospllel for council consideration. The
In lieu of a valentine. The post wsi made of I wo-b-1 neallJ'm.tWttd( ) (by tama talent bead Depressed he gathered the Jan.24.. a aix-pund tentative plans provide for a six-,
Then think ot the cruel romlci foun bolted together the platform ' ) white taui .lower 'tINt little cold orepes (pancakes) left from oloht-ounco IOn, it. L, Jr .." tier grandstand 150 feet long with J
ont- which guei under the box red flag, and 4rjire away, otmtent his majesty's breakfast. poundhoney "Mr. John Gravel win entertain \ cement Xoundatioaa band two I i
Some dud te fun; soon often fit perfectly-In fact with tlteangleIrani that regulationshave "been) car' over them, then a combihSUon' at the Coral Gables Country tollett, he Mid. He.stlmat J
krewed In nn two'.Ide. of liquors on top, then heat
meant I. fled but Club tonight honor of tier husband'i the new bleachers would seat
For a sting to someone's pride ., U was a "work of art Out We, w. will i live to put the finished fire to this the food.Invigorating He had about dish birthday anniversary.. ." about 700 persona and laid that I .ft
not to "Sammy Even: though the '
Think of Tiomemade ones withmudea carpenter'i level chewed It true; "h.., on" nnlh AU the rieigh- when his daughter entered the "Dr. B. F. Eckman and Mn. there were often at many ai 1,000 $p /
spectator at all-star /
and _..nSmne bon hiye delta\ jlkewlse) Irene Brill of the games.
vertically end tinrlrontnlly "Sim" kitchen Ha gave her a taste, at Covlngton Ky.? Additional wffl
Interest be fostered
brave child ItbllB OWKZR. which exclaimed Ifi were married by the :Rev. Ceo. E.
blinding lean did not" like It "Refutation ;i- she "Pupa. b/ the proposed formation
through ." Doucl In the personage Florida t
For a lark he cannot hide. ssy. City Community Church ." of a National Guard team for
Think, too, of the poor little New this countryside has an''I play thug summer, he predicted
array of boxes, pointed and un- "To spend one day a month at
shame-faced soul The league plant to fence In
palm>d, an cotora of the rainbow S the city library mending booki
Who getting none but throughteacher's SAT COVERS the field and to consideringcharging
dole mounted on logs, pipe and cnn' was voted ai a part of the year'i ..
2S cent admission for IM..NI II./ /Mywr/w.
errte blocks, leaning like B troth.pick program of the Pioneer Guild
Hi* nothing lo hide behind. adults and five certs tot children
which met at the home of
In a holder Uncle said. "The Mrs
$t Valentine must go flippUy flop ha Mid. "We'll leave a hole in the 1
U L. Dow. tw t1 at'
hoxri do not rrtleirt fl'lllllon r..Re-elecl to office ;
For he started this thing he ( TaHef-Made to fit all makes fence" he laughed -'and If a kid
the purl office dcpailifM-nt anwe < were: Mn Thos. Brewer, president
not itop.SUPREME. 'an"j : can *oueeae, through/ w1let\
are starting to pot them In I II : ef ; Mn. Anton Erpenbach, Mm hi !Jrecl :k'at'y
cars. ?
I vice-president; Mn Laura Hill
COURT I Prltchard, secretary; and MrsWm. Mr. Skill pointed out that the i

DIMES MA11C1IING I FIbre toe. ........._.................-.$20.00 to $23.00 Ileuer, treasurer..." ball field la adequate for football\ c./,

8. (W.Continued Krome' from kit Page One) (Continued from Page One) I Oeopif ........,.?>.$ to $15.00 the and next predicted two Re here said within that t

Income of 9WI3I and xpradl-- for and Rrdlond Evelyn: were Walker Knrtlrt with tloldrn four I Mastic wrens ............._..37.50 to $15.00 lovely, but why such a dessert for Itedland High School Coach Le. ,
breakfast Since tilt child'sname Roy Sprankle had volunteered a'
202.1 by
tares were
Mrs. Mary of 'T. SUber, librarian counters each and Dorothy Rngel I OMftn ...j..$19.50 to $2150) wai Suaetta the chef aerved free ceachtag: for football.\ e (r w

The January ",port for Ulf Lawrence and apiece Jackie Everett with two I! l Door panels....................*,?..,.__.$5.00: each crepe suiette at the king's least The councfll was told that xy
Bow Ubrnry Salaries tlf and saved hi. life Ever: since Brooteer Lumber Company had i
1175 sod bald purchases .f ilemedUad slue won the )Junior I tyt tteciaMse. .L slrmg. cud rrreveringtnsnk chefs have used this foundation offered three to five-year Credit ?

iZTJl were IP5Ud.A and the mldlllt'lolIIN. Tommy i will sal backs. recipe to which they have added en materials for 'construction i'J.
Jr., Dade
Royal County
king various Ingredients to suit their the bleachers.
auitgMftlon. by Wm. Mo Ml- new 'CItj .
of the March of times, served i
white that the oily offices ke pwn temperaments. Members of 'the ouncH
honorary IOOnPtr.The
e 1r1.rd<< etiblq. b.yntaR m adof I
. ,
''Mft<< w II \ leti .. I ; it. j
4BrJ\Qiw oJ.'
l CoIllfJany 1 .....Ii.1
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flcTerred for aniMfcrfli.M at T- PROVOKINGPERSONALITIES "t.---. < Ziiii If '..\ ,,' '.1 sVote .. t.
I t.t -
next ,,*,,11I1. Saturday !los4ng (. I Il
observed liy the" bank raid toJetihnn [ CHETtOLtT ,p olUsaoanzRsmadal '- For t'

oftloe, tie 'aaM. City Clerk 'I P4a Th. .n. *|
It E Edwards wai avked to keep KID 4p
a record 4 f the business Saturday ;" I
to MO if It exceeds that of ,
dw> "
other weefcdsya.Mr .wlw I GrantStockdale
Edwards v/as asked 10 ITT*. .ElHARD I .
. ITixhee
pare a .detailed report on the .receipta gher Yields t.t K .
and tImIMCedrnl k .
10 with 'the paiklng expense itieton. OOMM i( i tb i i iIles i i4i iY

M nee from the" sewers averasjeM : 6

rH a month M sal r tomato yields combined 4iu

With tixctflent control of Late

List Your Apartments, i Otlgirt b making "Parzate" LiquidHingfcidri t 1 th aa'

( t favorite with many
)Houses or Room. ..
lUccesftfui growers.
Wltb C. of C-
III 1ItI vou". riot worm' I Pi,rttte .,prayed potatoes are For

Ai a alike. .. the -." al! ,'Id 'ou to. be hY.nd .thrift/.
Ue sesaaiaiilty. and IB *rdarte ;:AU.vCainl/ A OYI/1 1M Meld ServiceRepresentatives will a I '
: !
... Iks chamfer .

eels visitors '
.f MausMree. as ...age4 Uaavrtaseeila rasa .rAt, (anwoa.eb.'u 14'y 1I Jp'y'.oU with your disease State Representative t' ' '

.oa.itiU a let at saes. sad I Inaett problems. :

aid oetUtes. a"*U- en sea M M M peso bale .wtlirasxu. ........ i I
able aar assist sjwryoesa farwnlfM ] L.acuiwnus (0, Is... P.Artk f flt t414W t t.1b1e or Dust formulations PcmetTBHe { ,. Friday,Feb U

.... ea,. 5 a is q..1 a L..eW tlaIlablo l 4dirj nmediate delivery.
or gwwta.JM a.. M In .-- M w : *. "' .
A Jut ., "AI aMde. be.beeg" -ties M rat..._. Y rent IM N an AISY itjrd4 /NIMIced! .,9ft attire tmredleat' I

.eMi*.wW nl.BC is,. ef pcMerel vkHUn\ for.the')Mwtafe I tot TpliM{ loot. Alifs plkEOLAS DEUVllr auI Capable li Dependable S Aggressive ,

: lower to find awUds.The .aeeemsiwdatloMfar I .0 i'Rawtt; '' r>nh Company I

thamaer. ta Mel aMefiwiis WARE CO INC I. a., Ml>asotl tll: *.>* yllu .... -$371 (PaW MIUMl A4MtilMM) ,

to tmpele wMh t" al...." I .
4 beakers h4 b simply asabtUngr ''I Glide. i and Grot } Svppr/Company ,

.. tbdun hi getting terated. frUcs! ii. rfcoemCtUiM
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TIt_ Usts win .e wlnee.gni .
>ac4 sad will %. .....labt. .It a Feed&; Supply Compaq

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f the ohaaiber al lSie .eeetr gS ))1'
sews infers, "y MeaihMlnfusMsiiii ,
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abed aura. Ib s .. .. './ ....... Slivery s 11 Obi: W at w 0M1IC00L it the lady kloaldita,.. mad.
-Itfto veal '1'..... M TMI CMKItTMN SCIIMCIMONITO t.Wits oeJr wet tiaeiasela an yes. ret I.e buy a beW IWDII\tr 111ft. Noat'R' tJoL patterns?: I
a Kltehea huts all creak I 4.IIp. 3.t3 shwihM.psyanenla
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0.-. ........ $ ( anus 5,.s ..pwlase dependably Rr4Did. re.4snL WOII'be Ito tttyp.o.
s sell Pipe aM Strataaf I Ms* UlTIN '...... ....... tw. M Lead//.
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,...... M..aea Vio a fie aewA'.Md cMkbaf CaJlariim ........ Al shown fa ma t ....

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e-e=d-e.-sea=.aaiiMe _s.j7usha :: $ bent Iwy for a more i\joyaUe awranw.! Look fbrttw,,

Who* t* KlamI Beach ..till air tl.d sea 5.bae W.N.racw. .a MMOM MOKTBOOOL l k atlaapld bitI Ilean
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1949 Oldsmobile bun ..... er*........ John Brown h Awarded nCMOUSiltfl OAK ILII,$. Settler Flay Set
on Display Today the Ohiew4Ie B* Sta. hat MoD GARDEN CLUB HAS The. IMO Plymouth sedan of H.
At Bird Chevrolet Co. Showroom boost** .fca rang telMta.iv B. S. Degree by U of F I M. IIeOIothtta.allltd/ For Thursday Evening Brooks II he.

freaking aaactfteaUy. of the ORCHID PROGRAMAfter John ... Brown, Jr., we graduated Tutaday afternoon when a Ina.WetretUe The TIll Her.*", to lit .., ,
I II' new OUasnobUo Backwt engine. ofan Saturday nisjnt from University of a Tampa produce. senta by the Hennaed HI.*.

'The 1H Oldunobil you M display this morning" .la UM showrooms entirely new atoatgn. OUamo- of Florida with a B. S. company crashed Into It while It School senior dna at T.K1: Tue- .
of Homestead's bltt's chief engineer pointed out a basket dinner served in degree In horticulture A (radii- was parked In front of Colliers day evening. .la the aobool auditorium -
new dealer, Bird ChevroW Co.
the outdoor dining are of the Serrtee Station The force .,
and Impact -
that it has a shorter more ate of Roduutd High School Mr., premises two. hours of
I Features of the new car are described .la the following news Klewe: rigid craakahentt than conventional garden center in Redland Fruit Brown to the son of Mr. and ...... telescoped the McOloUiUn laughter. Oldest Completely
I automotive engines. There and Spice Park Monday evening John M BMWM of Coeanut Palm car and uprooted a large royal
John Chandler play the lead
I five main bearings, insteadof Capt and Mil Carl Von Paulsen paltee.* No one win WarredFlorist Equipped GroveCaretaken
Detroit Fete JO-Body by Fisher Lansing' Mich. Feb 1O"Neverbdtore are spoke varieties\ of orchids and dr. M "Douglas Goodyear," a ttMd
usually used la engines
.on the Futursmlc Series 70, lHI.01dll'lOII11 has the Oldsmobile owner !three methods of orchid culture and Going to Gainesville for the young man who flnde himself a
of this The shorter high-
\ larger, roomier and been offered M muoh smooth, type. steel crankshaft 1s presented an exhibit of orchids commencement emrclst were Tells Secrets hero. DorIa Craddock playa the
lau an Important new safety factor quiet, flashing power under the I carbon alloy withstand from their home Mrs Brown and her daughter part of hit mother. Others In 4
better able Flower
9 as a result of Increased glass hood as he II letting In the W9! therefore Native orchids, Capt Von Paul- Nancy, and Mr and Mil. II. H Pf Arrangement the cut are Gloria Gordon, Lois .
the ton -
area, according to J. J. Cronin, Series 98 Futuramlc Oldsmobile] developed Hi over explosive etch piston pressures ten explained, are not spectacular Graham Accompanied by John, The principles of successful Ryerson Mary Dykes, Betty Jo
vice-president of General Motor J. t. Mil Brown returned Jenkins and Clara Stevenson.
Wolfram, chief engineer at Mr. Wolfram explained. Vibration I but they art beautiful Moreover and Nancy flower arrangement were explained I Irhea
; and general manager of the Fisher Oldsmobile Division of GeneralMotors In the crankshaft has been reduced I they will thrive In local backyards home Sunday, but Mr and Mrs. to South Dade SoropU-I P. O. BOX >MDOMC1TKAD

Body Division. Corporation, announces.. to the minimum. and need no attention except Graham remained for a visit with mint Dub Monday by Mrs. Carl : 7s a
Bauer dr. hammock. The scout-
Improvement and refinements "Chief characteristic: of the newOldsmobile I Hydraulic valve lifters In the water "Many art terrcstlaV. their son-in-law and daughter, Anderson, a florist member. I mailers are Don Foley and Jack fLA.
In Mr, and Mrs. Chester Vales.
the Oldimoblle Rocket engine Is Its
FuturamlcSeries new 194, Oldsmobile Rocket en- he said, "and can be grown In Be sure your flower are. not Levy
18 Fisher body also have seemingly effortless performance, beds. The orchid loves humiditybut
gin contribute to Its quieter op all the same length aha Mid, and
been made, Cronin said. coupled with economy In opera
cant stand wet feet"After '
eration. Park's Orchid Section don t use too many. Group according -
In the Series ?( 4-door sedan, tion. It develops 20 horsepower The discussion during the to color" and type UM a -
cylinder head U of the
for example there Is more than Oldimoblle'a 1948 Inline dinner of the advisability of per.milting Visited by OrchidUU
more leg- valve-ln-head type, permitting I pot of color M an accent When VOTE FORJ.F."Fritz" \
-/aijJrpih'Iront, and rear seatpassenger. eight-cylinder engine, and at a nudist camp In the district choosing flowers for the home, t
I the same time delivers more mileage more u" of the high-compres Gordon W. Dillon of Cambridge "
and several a vote of members pre.ntWlnt
additionalInches I select colors that will help use
*' he don principle than la possible in Mass, editor of the Amer. '
gallon, pointed
crosswise per 4i to 11 against the nudist
setting room container, and make
an L-hesd type engine The fuel lean Orchid Bulletin, Robert :
front The seat "The new 1949 Oldsmobile Young palm trees, given at door '
rear opacity also
the bouquet suit the place it I io
la concentrated
charge directlyover of Miami \
Scully of
has been increased by several Rocket engine ls basically designed prises, went to T E. Stsdig andA president destined for."Bouquets,
Inches. for a compression. ratio of the piston, in a combustion D. Thompson, South Florida Orchid Society, and
need not be fJepc'n-1
12 to I," Mr Wolfram explained chamber that is cast to closer Capt. Carl C Von Paulson of
Body by Fisher for the des," she concluded, "A'er I
new )
limits than ever before Homestead, vice-president made GORDOI
"At present, It has a ratio of 725
Oldsmobile Sedan Club
emphasizing again the effective arrangement can be
to 1 because high-octane fuels of The new Oldsmobile Rocket National Gr a Urn of Everglades National ;
importance It made of leave
places croton especiallywhen .
on safety I
the proper rating are not yet engine has 100 percent full-pres Park Monday with. Park Natural.1st I
Chairman Visits
developments, has Increased the W. used with a big flower orrpof I
lubrication E.
available at the nation's gas sure Improved crankcase Dilley.
glass of of
area the windshield matching color"Mrs
pumps," he stated. "Ultimate fuel ventilation, a doubleactingfuel and Mrs Daniel Ryerson Highlight ot the trip was a visit For
S8 9 .
.: percent, or 194 squire Inches T. V. Moore of Miami :
which gives the driver wider saving In the Oldsmobile elght- pump, and a centrifugaltype of Richard rd., have as a guest to the Cuthbert rookery, an or- will speak at the SoroptlmlMer
cylinder high-compression. engine water pump with a permanent this week Mrs. Rufus N Garrett chid section of the P"It.
Vision. The windshield also Is ( dinner to be held In Parkway
higher, a great convenience for when It reachea the 12 to aeaL This new Rocket of El Dorado, Ark., first vice- Restaurant at T o'clock Monday State Representative
overhead 1 ratio, will be approximately engine also has .an automatic president of the American Horticultural -
spotting traffic signals.The Rally for Fritz Gordon
83 tt" per cent. Our engineers are I spark control that regulates the Council and Chairman
windshield plotted curve, has affording a scientifically prepared to make the minor timing according to the engine of Visiting Csrdens In the Ns- Slated Here WednesdayA (Lions Club Donated $.>S

changes required. for a 12 to 1 1 load as well as Its speed, and a tonal Council of State Garden
: To !March\ FundThe
aandl.torted'I.lon of (Dimes)
throughout the compression ratio rust as soon a.; new carburetor unit that will Dubs. rally for J. F. "Frits" Cordon, GO TO THE POLLS
I entire windshield range. Following candidate for state I
I the higher octane gasoline Is on withstand sustained operation at Mr. Garrett motored 'down film, "Air Power Is Peace
the radius of the windshield I the run-off primary to be held FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1,8. 19.19
the market In sufficient high temperatures without den- ,
the driver's line of vision quantityto from Arkansas lest week to attend Power was shown for 80 mem-
passes Feb. 18. will be held In Legion
through the glass at meet anticipated demand" gar of vapor lock. The new car- the Fifth. International Orchid bers and guests of the Redlund
1 approximately Park Homestead Wednesday at 8
by same angle at either The six-cylinder In-line engineIn buretor makes a possible quick Show In Miami as a guest Lions Club Tuod.v night by F r
end at it does straight ahead the Series 78 Futuramlc Oldsmobile starting in hot or cold weather. of the Byersons. p.announced m., his campaign yesterday.headquarters, W. Chllle, assistant traffic and Hear your local prominent speakeri for J. F.
model for 1840 also has Coupled with the new carburetor sales malinger for Eastern Air
In the new Fisher Body for a higher horsepower rating than unit la a speciallydesignedintake Destroy 50-Gallon Still Prominent local cltliens will I Lines. (Fritz. ) Gordon at the rally to be held for
Oldimoblle the In behalf of Mr, Gordon'scandidacy
front speak
\ / pillars% are manifold wlth.ethermostatic
set! back appreciably, moving the 1948. "By Six,means Mr Wolfram of a longer explained heat equipped control valve In Shack Near PrincetonA according to the announcement A talk by Thus n Royal Ideal him at Legion Park, Homestead, Florida,
chairman of the March of Dimes
farther vision range.from the The normal front driving-pillars stroke, a slightly larger pistonof The latter shortens, Mr. WOlfrm the explained SO-gsllon still and 200 'gallons resulted In a contribution of 199 on Wednesday, Feb ,1C, at 8 o'clock P M\ ,

also have been slenderized with warm-up of mash were destroyed Friday was apprehended at the still to I the fund
after and at the
their narrowest period starting by agents of the state bever- which Is said to be Die fourth to
in line
with the driver's profile vision. the hand In opening the doors same time contributes to fuel age department who made the have been found in a house In llr.nUSD'Ol'TS! TO CAMP EXPERIENCED ABLE QUALIFIEDAinrtlmmO I
by a slight pressure of the thumb. economy I four his( the four will
find In an Isolated shack area during post The Redland Stout troop
The glass area of the rear win- P'lirart. .. .
The sire of the baggage compartment "The new 1949 Oldsmobile en- miles west of Princeton. No one years. camp overnight Suturdny at tie f hl4
dow has been expanded 54 percent lid opening has been Increased gins la 9 Inches shorter In length, -- ------ --. -- - ---- !If
greatly improving drivers' for convenience In loading and only 4 Inches wider; yet It
rear vision and providing more and the lid now Is equippedwith develops 19 times as much horsepower
enjoyment of scenic highway tourIng a new type of spring-loaded as did its one-cylinder, ,
for passengen All of the hinge which has a combination 7-horse predecessor,
glass In the Fisher body t li safety counterbalancing! and hold-open .

plat, which further adds to excellent function. The hinge spring pulls .i:t

passenger vision the lid open In response to the Hospital Auxiliary ,
The new location of the engine slightest touch.
Reports New Members
has mad possible setting\ the The compartment lid also li HOMESTEAD'SHEW0HrMMHfHrElttfR

drivers seat ahead, and, the rear equipped with a new toggle-ac Three $23 life memberships In .
seat also has been movtd forward lion slam type lock When the lid the James Archer Smith Hospl- V s

18*" Inches ahead of the 1s closed it Is automatically pal Auxiliary, covering both hues 4
centerline of the rear axl*. This locked. When the key Is turned bard and wife, were Issued this

new positioning of passengers the locking bolt Is disengaged week, Mrs. Harry Jenner, membenhlp
well between the wheel centers from the striker and the handle chairman, reported\ yesterday 1 .
'provides full cushioning effect! for serves merely asa grip with The new life membersare '

riding comfort whlchjo lift t the_lid. ) if Dr. and Mrs. A.' M. Logan, < E : ,1 E
iAgh'oom'ro}rreiikea1 passengers All body styles on the new Mrs.. Jean T, Llnderman and
has been Increased nearly Oldsmobile Fisher Body have new Warren B. Smith r
two Inches through the development exterior and Interior paint colors Mrs. Jenner reported also that
I of a new type of springs and all Interior trim designs are numerous yearly memberships alone
for the front seat, which provides dollar each have been issued
greater clearance over the floor.The new.Many other new convenience The auxiliary was formed to
springs, instead of being the and design features have been aid the city-owned hospital whichIs

conventional colt type, have a Included In the new Fisher Body operated by a hospital boardas S
'11-..' construction that measures for the Oldsmobile 78 Series. a non-profit organization
up to the strlstest teits for BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY

strength and durability. as well

ai A comfort.taw ball and roller type CRAWSHAW ENGINEERING CO.

front-sat position adjuster permits 107 North Kromc Avc. Phone 98

a freer range of sat movement .
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tlghte inches., with two rollers A. CRAWSHAWL. PHONE 1-5881 .
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Pqt lIWr HO11 >I T Ale!..... Friday, February 11,1M9'

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I : :/ Mar. ft 1. Otttaher. HsmiKsailthe TO BE 8UBH1TT8I TO MM, ARTHUR

.. . Social Events in South Dade Mhool inalwrtam. *Ma... on UM
01 tb* library HI tit Fib' lmtt-. Members of the Women1 Club M..... Bruce E. Neublg floral displays .

lag of MM Hom.****d. P T A. of Non...... expect to participate ; Mrs. Bdw Krone fruit tar
Member voted to place eon*** deeoriUon el booth; .... HeM-
of the Itovnt-ToaoJior Magaiin to a stale-wide dUes eookmg lain. and ...*. E. .W.: BUT***, setting
JACQUELINE RODGERS, GORDON BRYANT, MUSIC Clim WILL HEAR JESSE I'EARL, H. II. a MUSIC DIRECTOR i at t Uly L wreoee Bow Library eon**** sponsored by Florida up the booth Mar I; Mr...
II I CORAL GABLES PKOOBAM I and the aebool .library.TtM State Clumber of Commerce' the H. at. Campbell and II,.. Harris
WED SUNDAY The Coral Gables Musk Club were made for a food Florida FMenUen. of wwmatf v. Baal mat of Ifafttfai. ; Mr.*, r.

see i will present a program for the sU to help the student councilfinance Club Mid ttte Florid Chain A. Ruff and Mr. owN uW ai,
I Ml** farqueftne Rodgers Jun from Redland High" School Monday Music dub at |;JO frt Th engagement and approachIng New Jersey Slate Band and later the annualAttendance jotewttfi\ and Mr. A. F. Arthur,
daughter of Mr and Mr*. Uoyfn where else was' a member of the M at the home of Mrs. H. L. marriage of Mia Butanne" played In the band at Upsets Cot- award were won Store Council\, Inc. At an exeouUve peranmel' to amt MM booth.

Rodgers of South AllapattakOirdena I girl athletic association and a Brandenburg at! IOM N. W. First Miller of Miami to Jesse Pearl ego In East Orange, N. J. Duping by Mi* J. R. Rutland' room In board meeting Tuesday'; night All dub member wXb can,

and dordon A. Bryant cheerleader She I II employed at ave Hostesses will be Mr*. of Miami and Homestead U being the war he was a member of the the high school and Mia Mary/ It WM nnouneed that the recipes earn! at the booth wr liked to
soy of Mr. and M,.. R. Alonto Margaret Ann Super Market In Brandenburg Mr Wes MUMC-| roth Army Air Force band and Jackson' room In the elementary should be submitted to Mr. A. register with Mr'*. Arthur. 'The
announced by Mr. and Mrs. Louis
:Bryant of Naranja, were unitedIn Homestead.The white Mr* Ivan Moan end Mrs dance orchestra school F. Arthur, federation' chairmanfor vartou men were
attended Red Miller of Miami, parent of thebridetobe. I Platelet II, or to Mr E BMcO .
marriage lit I o'clock: Sunday bridegroom Clarence Or., The wW reminded that all booth display
wedding '
afternoon In the parsonage of land High School and peeved In March, the local club will\ rr.h *t the Redland DI. mint be delivered to the fairgrounds
l.kI place July ) at the Miller MRS VESTA REECE AND HARVEY ROGERS
Silver Palm Methodist Church. during the war In tlie U. S. give I a program for the Coral I trlot Chamber of Commerce. Friday morning, Mart 4.

Th ceremony wu performed by Marine Corp.Mies .. Gable, group. home The bride-elect r.I a senior at I WED IN HOMESTEAD NAZARENE CHURCH March 12 U the deadline for Mrs. Wm. Carmichael chairman -
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contest In
fed Itev. Alfred Uadburg. pastor, women of the finance committee
of Miami
University school of
Mil Sarah Roflger wa maid I EDITH{* HAMPTON\ WILL BECOME BRIDE I music and a member of the unlvenlty Mr. Vests Reec of Homestead making her home at the may compete for la cart cookery end using merchandise announced that a bridge party
of honor for her "Islej1,, : band. and dens of Mr. and Mrs. f. /re.I-1 prize will be held Feb 23. Partymltteel com
of Perrlne
1n"n."U.1 Harvey Roger
citrus fruiu& in three
9lam W Ban wu beat OF HOWARD A. CROUSE ON FEBRUARY 19 The future bridegroom I t. on Coconut Palm dr. and appointed ,,were Mr*.
Th bride wore a white and were united In marriage at 8:30 The 1 divisions-cooked deeaetta, aaladi Robert P Crow decoration and
director and bandmaster at bridegroom a
ensemble complemented Tuesday evening! Feb 1, In the and bread On the Key, lhereclpt'I tallies\ Mr*. Arthur table Mr. i
iray Eldlth Hampton, daughterof half year with the USN air Homestead High School. He .1* a contractor ihould be mailed to the ; ;
with black feIlOl'- ,Jler maid I Mr. and Mr Ruscell! B. Hampton fol'ftl during the and 1* former music student at Paris Homestead Church of the Nazarene .. .e Upper Key Chamber of Com E J. Cyl, cards; Mrs. Ovid Sullivan

*f honor won green crepe with of South Allapattah Garden, now a member of the firm of (Franc) Conservatoire and atUniversity .1I The Rev. Wm. Chambers CANNING DEMONSTRATION mere at Tavernler or the Marathon Mil Adrian Jacob, Mil B.H. .
,black accessories.After 'joutt and Burr of )llam\\. At the unl- Jr., pastor officiated at the double GIVEN HOMESTEAD CLUB Chamber of Commerce It Donovan and Mr. Edttr. L. I
a short honeymoon; the will become the bride of Howard A shower for Miss Hampton I versify, he was a member of Phi ring ceremony A demonstration of home canning we announced Krone, refreshment. ; Mil Bruce

newlywed are living at the A. Grouse, son of Mr. and Mr. wa to be given last night by Miss Mu Alpha, honorary muilo fraternity Mr Robert Lane played a and quick freezing methodswas Mr*. Herman Helnleln, preal- E. Neublg, core pad, etc.; Mr.
Dryant home In Naranja. Alva II. Grouse of Silver Palm Verdi. Goaaman and Mia Allot I and h* played in thesymphony program of nuptial music as well given Tuesday for the Homestead dent reported that lour tablet H. M. Campbell advertising and
The bride was graduated last Drive at 7 o'clock Saturday eve Kirk at the home of Mr. and! Mrs. I orchestra and the band a* accompaniment for Mrs. Cham Horn Demonstration Clubby and 16 chain had been given to poster; Mrs Anne Foulk, ticket;

1 nine' Feb. 19 In Sliver Palm Allen Kirk. In 1841, h* won a place In the ben who sang "The Lord Mill Eunice Grady, county the Redland District Coif and Mrs Benjamin Robert and Mrs.
''MRS." R. ... loon HOSTESS Methodist Church. Prayer" and "Because" agent The group decided to meet Country\ Club In return for Carmichael, cleaning the clubhouse -

TO PAST MATRONS' CLUB: Mr. Elm Sattertnwalt a maternal I LINE O"'" -' "' Norman Lovelt wa best man Feb. 21 to do beadwork. drayage furnished the club In ; Mrs. Sullivan price; and
'Mrs, Wetter Peteraon won the aunt of Mis- Hampton',I "RED I and Mill Trances. Roger, a Mr. W. U. Hoffman and Mrs.L moving It* equipment to the :Mrs. Fred Rhode, Jr. serving.Mil. .

lucky tier at the meeting of Put expect to fly from Salem, O., to i AT SP}.Ll,. .. I O.ES. daughter of tb* bridegroom, was J. William were Introduced present clubhouse E. W, Burton was appointed .

Matron1 Club of Naranja Chapter attend the wedding.An I maid of honor. a* new member Plan" 'were made for the Home custodian of the clubhouse I

.of the O E. Monday night at honor graduate of Redland Line officer of District 2t were .eu Highlight The bride wore a tailored tan Cake coca-cola and candy lead booth In the Redland Dla- I II

the home of Mr*. R. L. Scott In High School the brlde-to-b attended honored Feb 3 at the advancement of the decoration: / wa a huge suit with brown accessories ands heart were served by the hostesses trlct'i exhibit at the Dade County II i j I
,tOould Friends' Boarding SchoolIn valentine heart fashioned of red corsage of cream-colored glad- Mr. James S. McCready and fair In Miami. It wa decided I
Strawberry sherbet and coffee Barnesvllle, 0., and Wilmington night meeting of Naranja rosebuds embedded In fern. Arrangements loll. Her maid of honor wore a Mrs Lee Fread. that the booth, which I.I to j
were served by the hottest College In Wilmington, O. At Chapter of the Order of the of white gladioli aim tailored gray frock white accessories !Present besides those men be decorated and manned by the o For Work ;

,Present beside those mentioned present, she I t. employed by Glade Eastern Star. Thirty honor guest were ultd.PROGRAM. and a coring of cream tioned were Mr. Roy Wood hire club, will have a* its theme
were Mr W O. Talbott, and Grove Supply Company In were among the 79 persons pres gladioli.The V. M. Grennell, Mrs. Virgil Lett Homestead a* the gateway to o For Dress I

Mrs. Tom Chapman Mr*, Olen Gould ent. Other distinguished visitors ON CHINA GIVEN bride cam tier from Mr. C. W. Little and Mr. V. M Everglade National Park and a e' For Play ,

Edwards .nd Mil Lydia Bayers. The future bridegroom accompanied were Mr*. Mabel) Ramcy, pad FOR BAPTIST CIRCLE Birmingham, Ala, and had been Grennell, Jr. gateway,. and map will be part of

hi* parent her from grand matron of the grand chapter A program on China was prevented the design. The booth eight feet I For SportSHOES .
A party will be held by the Indiana In 1935, and was valedictorian Mrs Ruth Franklin Grand for W. M. U. Circle Four I DECORATIONS IN VALENTINE MOTIF I wide and fifteen feet long will\
,ndland Methodist Youth Fellowship
this evening In the Red graduated from Redland High grand worshipful master, 3 at the horn of Mr. Dexter ARE FEATURE OF FRIENDSHIP_ .. n__ '__ __ _ _ MEETIYCOre \ fruit and vegetable \
land Community Church. School. He served three and a Mr. Gladys I'e\l'rt. who will Home. Mr. A. D. Smith conducted f Mr*. Heinlein appointed a*

advance to worthy matron was the worship service, and The valentine motif prevailedIn I I'box. An arch of'red and white chairmen for the fair: Mr. Wm X-RAY FITTED 4

MRS, GAilY PIANIST IS GUEST ARTIST escorted to the East. Mr. Carroll Mrs B W. Stevenson Mr'*. H. H decoration for friendship heart formed a background for Carmichael: and M.... Elmer Sullivan .
I Hobos. Mr. Katie Gautler and Taylor and Mrs Horn took partIn night held Friday evening by Ad he ceremony.To collection\ and delivery of
FOB MCDOWELL JUVENILE MUSIC CLUB Mr. Lucy Moor were Initiated the program\ Astra Chapter of the O E. S I close the meeting the fifty the. fruit and vegetable exhibit; I lIRq

Into the chapter Others present were Mr*. W. D Each chapter officer Introducedthe tenon present formed a friend I

Mr*. W E. Gnby, pianist, was and Johnny Reed. The valentine motif prevailed In Home, Mr. Wesley Campbell friend she had Invited to fill! ship chain around the altar and BROWNIES MAKE vAuNnNE'I'''
I guest r't for McDowell Juvenile I Mr* W Lovcll wan a guest of the decoration scheme and In the Mr*. Gordon W. Ivey and Mrs.S. her station and presented her I gave the O. E. S obligation FINS FOR LAPEL '(H)

Music Club at a recent meetingat the club which had 20 members refreshment count of cherry pie I!. I'Itch. I with a gift from a heart-shaped Election of officers and Initiation I All of ,Brownie
the home of Sandra Lanier. present 20 member HIS: g KROME An '
She presented a march by Paul Mrs. A. L. Lanier, mother of AMATEUR TALENT CONTEST of candidate. are scheduledfor Troop 205 met Feb. 2 In the Har- .1Iormo.w. F1s
Sandra Well gave Impressions the young hostess, was aitsliited" IS FEATURE Barbara Jean Smith the Feb. 11 meeting to which old E. Kendall play barn. After wi-

fir the opera, "Alda," and Coy Lou In serving by Mr*. S. H. Fitch OF PROGRAM\ FOR YOUNG METHODISTS\ Honored at Stetson U alt member of th* O. E. S. are a business session, the girl nude
Mr Addis Pitts. valentine lapel pint.Refreshment --
Grennell played a melody from and Imrlled
Mi** Barbara Jean Smith, aoph- served by
"Trovalore.1'\ ." Piano solos Wl'rtpl.'ed The group was Invited to mewl Mia Llla Abbondandalo, pianist vocal soloists; and Miss Sylvia omore at John B Stetson\ University After the meeting cherry cob Polly Holden*and her mother D
by Lou Ann Ivey Gall at the home of Gladys Ann. Harris
won first place In an Borne who gave a reading has been Initiated Into bIer was served Mrs. JO. Heath Holdon.FITZPATRICK'S .
Crosby Jean Yogis, Karen Bishop on Feb 29.MRS. .
W. E. Rice, principal of Redland Phi Society, honorary group M4W
recreation NN
Sc-hool. spoke on choosing a vocation sponsored by Phi Beta Kappa =:: aou
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meeting of Gateway Subdlstrlct and Mia Dorothy Engel conducted -,fair 5oo
WM. WAINWRIGHT COMPLIMENTED for mathematics major Daughter -
I of Methodist Youth Fellowship a worship program. Miss of Mr. and Mr*. A. D Smith FINE FURNITURE &
I( *k *, BY MRS.\ R}HOLMES; MISS ANN McLANEn I heW Monday night in Jtedland Jennie Lit Davl. president ,reo Ot Homestead. Mis. Smith ha mc-_g
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Community Church 01..180 Woods .
..) ," \ I' aided at a basinet aeaslon. Jack been listed on th*.honor, roll etch Cuitom Built of Mahogany and Other ,
p A pink and blue color thane 'C.1cH. ire( creHm'ln stork elected by audience ijppUuae, Levy reported on"a Chain of MIN OjusrUr during bar stay at" Stet Cabinet Work-Chair Caahtg-Rcftalabaag Marw I llN'NMNU FN..H NUnrCubai ?..::l.I .

via used In decoration tor a mould Irate, mint, hot lee and were Mill Marian Anderson and atone conference attended Sunday coq ... f"" *;*; Cw. atau,.. Dr.* >dUadK\ rheaK9U
Shower given Wednesday night eoffe were eerved. Mfr Norma Hatcher whit played at University of Miami by Miss I ll *HOP .

for here Wm. Wainwright by Present, beside those mentioned a piano duet; Miss Alene Odom I Engel Mia Davis and himself
Mrs. Russell holmes and Miss were Mr. Fred Rhodes, who played a trumpet solo to During the recreational hour

r Ann McLanf at the MiLane home. Jr., Mr. W. B. McLnne, miss piano accompaniment by Mis doughnut and Iced tea wen ISe
ti. Came pi lie* were won by Mr, Caroline Comet Mill Jolyne Barbara Cooper; Mis Marlene : served to the to who were 6Ih '

Gee N. Wakeflcld, Mrs. R. J. Mock, Mia Kitty Kelly, Miss Keen and Mill Jackie Phillips presenttloned THMIfcUOAH.
Wainwright Mi** Josephine AccVrUo Margaret Barn and Mia Evelyn -- - / / MUCH* frCCHAB>ME T '

\ and the lOnorat. Clfta Davl Gins were tent by Mrs. MRS. DELLINGER HONORED WITH SHOWER Aayt38n
were placed la a pink and blue Robert Bulllvan. Mrt Wm. Sim
bassinet for presentation to Mr mon. Ml** Wanda Smith Miss BY MRS BISHOP AND MRS.\ ROBERTSON

Walnwrlght Winifred Danrey, Mi* Connie

j Open fare sandwich Indl- Campbell and Mlsa Joy Peter Mr. D. H. Dclllnger Jr.. was were Mr*. Harris V, Dellc,, '.l stw ANSWCRI TIMlsAS 8t1e
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I'' honored with a shower recentlyby Mrs. A. E. Smith, Mr* T. E SWEET

: Mil L. K. Bishop Jr. and Kirby, Mr* C, J. Bishop Mrs. J (J6i1hO
J Ncecllccraft. News<- gllaxtcr Mrs. Chen Itobertson at the Allen Woodfln, Mrs. R. D. Mc-

Bishop home on N. E. nth it GinnI, Mr. Ted Beam, Mr*. Ly- I
rt A pink and blue color scheme: man William and Mr*. di
by Nan wa used In the floral decoration Lumpkln.
; and In the refreshment course of
Gift were sent by Mrs Russel I
( .w. cake and coffee Mr. Dexter 1
Home, Mrs. A. E. Paul Mrs : WHERE: CAN VQU GET
II'VIDI'I a tIIlTtat1 "', Mpuig ism'oantnr--a4"if* >(>artlcularlylJL Horn directed game and contesta Mr*. Howard Jones, Mrs. HowsrcL. I a TOP QUALITY oevoe
popular with the nenfolk. And why shouldn't It bet> for the I' Johnson Mrs. Virgil Lott Mr ;
the chef reclplaM ot the work produced by this tad or hobby Present, beside thaw men Mr Richard Carpenter
: Pet Morgan, *
r": Ida' ot katttlng has caught on with women and girl ot all agv
Mr. Colburn.Mrt ,
'. Jerry ..
TM ear bear the "edlea,
f' sticking almost .rery*, Allen Neal Mr. H. R. Kelly ,
Dare rod go. Ye will, Mr* H. H. Taylor Mr. J. L "
dw sweaters. lock.' 1 PvA Kulp, Mrs. Ralph Bulling-, Mr
glares tad acarfMall Ini Marlowe Stalling. Mrs. Wilt B t. 8
gee aukiag And most of Cave, Jr Mr. O. M. Cooper,
tam are for .ataband. Phone 511-W
Hther. ., sea and (aacaa.'| Mra. ... K. Bishop and Mr A. DFogle

r Ma* lib the teal. elmaaiVkBlta. Jr. \
One tbay are .i i ir
Jntrodae4 I* the eort-' "
ear of IU-trod lock *a< f !I
.... .* yea woat be I WOODY The Builder'i Friend
able to take them 08 ". ;' ";:tdt
their tt and hicks: a* i((;;' '.,
Ik. cue stay a., Ot { ( \.
entree, GMt Joe knit Ie ; rah ,
something for \the mar I* '.: /; .. -
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have to bee* fila knittingtar .' ., : : / 4F 5Pf6ML4MURJMG
kle-ltl II, Mbia, ;
fonalag a* .
Then are several very; ... .", :,' t
popular. *)***. cweaterMylea. '
Tk* Y-ack, tear, .f' t'i vOACE flsatv we HONOR ,
I sleeved style, I* good foci: THE iLAME Of GRERlNfSSTHAT
.".ar safer a nit Jacket i

.r ea after 4tKr44 ta* topcoat for bee the. .. IIOOMAIO teateha MdMBLE BUPNFOSO RAs!BRlQNIYINR SAtMr Cosks oitber. automatically or as a conventional gas range. Ateo ym'l paflavor'aid
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Ihe tmlaerled
Tk*. ale r lia, '- ,. IS
sweeter ear a* warn aweice fruit treat require I
a nil eeatop aianf *aa....' ..lei.-. asp**!*-.t 7C.... .' trees ... sell hrfacIM aka r .. leg
TI.B then II tke buttes treat faag Per a starter why net try this yen trf calrIM enptiiewntoltn rlof101 Y wr cAMYoNPM j., _r'e; nri onortonoe of farad Dutch Oven
*\*.... *tyl* tkat t* woaierM for trachoma .Iogleeve4 allpoC: aJylet Olvea ikt, eearhab
Wu> Mek AT*****. Mar ttkeae He'U like the ttbbtag et wala ,GGEATTRIWTfoM
atMe: eaai t* iee/e $** *rH wu4 a4 thieves gees It trial eruks.Os ktOOM) I fY WfTNSt
nap patters atlteb*. OM of It. Tke"V* e% to* sesoagak fte.4awn 1-0..1.1. iJvnccaioe. \ It = .. .-
AMMO As ;;; .. .gasp.eresea.kawr
the moat pop-Jar ..stn.I*..the M UterferaiH with cellar eeii
i,MtractlT, cable atltek. M4 tie-tor whisk he. will one Hector Supply Co.ACKACHK aept aliurroOIII seeps, ,.."' 1 tl.d ae.aelwnpeehyaa., "If 1
If yes>e sever dose say kmlttkig al kite MM. T*e body of the e.eeylmpp.hat.mad- ash ea.tbst. Iarwb
dact.n! to bet sweeter 1 knitted la a anlty.I era impro-amcBtt, Ovseestkadaskaa :.
m i aaar reaflf laat aWL TIIT Flrat of all :: rill, MIld that*to iMMMlkt to the eore.' Phase 17 IteeastesdArthrIthPan i i.i r such M the aptdy, r \IIhoIa ................... r

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aerelty stitches are luat ooavMaattoa MVMpt. YM asay .obtal Imraicr Lad yralllit tba" Hide hat i..
$ el tkae two tuaaaeMiil S by 'au S ..i|.<. ...,> ( LUMWt C0., *prey,rf*)-- beeps kltebaa. east.iagt
"'Miteka..After a little araetta*yov* .z,. .. wseersra raaige top sad 'e.i: Only Meyreg Dack
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Mr, and Mrs Cterenc* AraVstiwig I I 51,750. lee acnoi *
JOMOAKreg NeeaVM Glass Co Q Y1, i
*i d MMra, Clua4ai and IAMB Admit IIII1'H.IIMrIBL broker Ph. TtW. ctt) ea petpuesWe lm old -i[ .
Mary Mv anil.* teem IFiem I CUSSMED ADVERTISH<<; ....... tlliW[ &rem8. I f :
In and JtroundHomestead to mate their .born hsw.. .... New Caa tMSk). M It 'W. ITtk tt !
'f _.._........ l. a..ww.wlaMMr. -off rismi ....Trs behead. I
Bobby Stfeowalhsr.. ton tt Mr. lie a Ha aH Ht beat tNAau. .
1 and. ..*... IL.R. .......... ... anflMre.CC. m4er*, eslhel d peMIa 1.e1.919x0 -- ;Id
141' M have Mende far Mwtf *. of Homeeteed arc psveaaa elj esslt- N.Iiia.i' REWARD '. '
3Mgdiei. 1st beelaMt daIajIeo ball Prk S .t lames! Cjemetery tt MaBolf balance. Or. C. f. Kablnsuty. Ph.NTW Lost--black female dobermatM
.f an IMsrtsssi of the left .*.. Amber llydlh Reepnd, (C...f) Aaewers 10 males
A *.e.fMer| was borw 1.3 h. 8 1. Weodtawo fiark OatsiiKily OMtTIO .
.. .... Mr. sad Mot ftotwrt. AdtotwIn, MOO & W. ttti St, MIswJ SEWINGMACHINE fiwbatantial frame "bulMUl *t Reward PMne Nt en
Arthur lie id, Gan .t Mr end Dade County piN and t Una 1M.W. *)
Jr. South
Mlemi 1Mus 4414A
Mr. and Mr G W. Ketk anon kVcent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. A Healer to ffl in" Dade on earner I OOxl M 11, Melt Iftnl
; el BlUnt) W. V,.. and children.UIM Den Ferreyra were U.... Ferreyra's County Hospital. On Feb C a son was born to tt wide moderate selection:price of available cemetery from lot New ArRaM in Florida City Can.. be aRy MISCELLANEOUSOiwv 1 11nOWfna.
.. Mr. Mrs.
Glenn Dean Patsy and nephew Joseph Lynch, and Curtis Fortune oTavemier.
large. cnsoX remodeled Into comfortable bOll'.a.OfouftCla .
cemetery IaNga. $169.50
: Glenn art. vlalUng her at tttthomei student at University of e
Miami.and George Dickinson, wh complete Comrminlty mausoleum or 1,724rypts lan I 01 Mr. and Mrs. L. O Dr. Raymond sad Dr. John d boot training tt San Mr. and Mrs. Ww HiUon Aba ..
\ Diegonaval ortlnccton < net niche. Price 14.000. Terms can 1, Bat oet, Homestead (01(,
I foamier, Jr., and Mr. and MrtCM. Kelly of King County Hospital in has severs weeks ago, has are panmU 'lit key NEW MO l-t.: KORC.E be arranged. Lctchworth place, .
Kings hwy.) .
Davie' Mrt tioninger and New York.
\ been transferred to Long BeachReceiving born Feb. FOR RENT I I IAn .
Mrs Davis art daughter of Mr. Station for nwljnment. A dmghm VM born to Mr. and ,,\ I fine mUcnUtl lots In I '
Gad Mrs Ketterman Mrs J. It Seymour<< and daughters George spent the Christmas holidays Mrs Garland Chanry of Homestead Enjoy quiet ple snt lif" .in avocado Ponrt de Leon FLOOn" SANDING and FINISHINO ,-'..
,. Mint Barbara and Nancy, here with hiss parents! Mr. on Feb. 0. grove. Brand new modem And I triP waIy of map Hnti. 8CtI'IIt'r. lOSxHlft, install oak and pins Boors '
Mrf. Frartkte Scott of Jacksonville visited Sunday with relatives' and Mss S. L Dickinson Surgery patient thla week 24wdroom: nnctftyp house withseparate $119.50 two. Phone MT-W or 4? -M-t, asphalt and rttbbet tile Unolev v 1
'Is a Wuse guest of her Fort Lauderdale. were: Mrs. Ethtyn: Tloynton, Mrs guest cottage, Two Homeetesd. (fll-ll) Day ph II1-W ftltfhU an.". :
brother and MiitoHn-law.. MnandMrs James Sullivan., Junior at University JeaiMs Hitchcock Douglas Singleton Completely furnished\ Jar 1 per-, HARRISRefrigeration j
of Florida hat returnedto sons. Large screened Ornamental trees. and shrubs Shirt butooa-hales mad on need
Waldron .
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C. Mr. and MnWaldron. :
M.... Scoll and Calvin Mr. and Mrs. Haven Sturdewnt I school after, spending the midterm Homestead.and Ed. Norman all of Designed for tnaKbmm Co. Double red polnsetUat for yard machine, *4 II McCrory Arcade: ,'.. )y.
Waldron Visited Monday In Ml- of Detroit recently visited here holidays her. with his par- and minimum housekeeping. $900 Across from Mnrhefl's) planting' < 3 Jo. Mahogany, nnotta I for Kc Also T other sliet.WE '\: !
ami with Mrs Eul. Wtldron, with their couitn. Mss. O. UShowftlter. cots Mr. and Mot O. H Sulli Medical patients Included; Mrt.dllla to June I. Inquire Kit Carson Phase IN pomegranate trees,, prices reasonable
. .,. van. VlaconU. Miss Wanda Hark owner O. S, No 1, Opposite') M.... Paul Ray farmllfe : DO reliable watch repalrurg.:"
i w t t Mr. TValdrort andMrt. I
Chris Petersen J. D. Milford Paul.
ScottMn. Orange Motor Court just northof rd.. between Coconut Palm dr Wood Jewelry IlcCror:' Ar

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stanley Ned Start Osklerko Homestead and, Mrs Fred Mildred Borgardt Sawyer o i Homestead (pill) Studio couch, platform rocker and Bauer dr.
\ P. O. Canada at Muncie,I have arrived from Sebrint,0.,to Maybe right now, with M many and Richard Wlttkop of Miami I-bedroom CBS home near school, DM, flfeamr. dinette, UK-trie Good rock till delivered within19mile IF YOU HAVE: tnythlng fo eels
spend tw months In South Alls- politicians talking about spending Wn) Brandt of Dr range, kitchen rug 62 N. W.' or It IOu: \ ananything edMt--
Ind., If a house guest of her son- Orlando t venVUM blinds tile fleece, price I ) area of Homestead.
.....lIw and daughter, Mr. and pattah Gardens. money, a little tory about T. Gibbons of Lima, O. and Mrs. M.7SO. See ECHO: JORDAN JlhttFor (pUll $1 a )'d. delivered Southeastern the\ Swap Shop W* bay twin

Mrt. Ralph Jordan Hal public economy might Ruth Elliott and Richard Michael It,. broker Ph. 7< -J, M-U) tent or sale: I-bedroom furnished nook Co. Ph. 77J-J. J3I-fl) (mass In food condition, stoves,..
Recent ctllen at the home of order-for the possible lIreC'1 Elliott of New York, home all Ice boxes eta Th* Swap Shop
The Rev and ;;.. S. B. Blod- Mrs. Anna O. Carter were Mr. that forgotten man, the "!( New CBS home, knotty pine walls l rnl off modern U. S, 1 conveniences 10IeI'M 1 David Bradley B-ft fertiliser (27 S. FlRgter' AT, Hannah, ,
t and Mrs If. U Bleeker of Mitch It eema that the town Venetian blinds woodburnlng distributor tift rubber tires. Phone 187.NEIV.
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fett of Williamitown, Vt, arrivedFriday The Beaaosi
t r, for two-week ell S. D., and Judge C. E Rlne- .t Haifa decided: to Install a modern fireplace, 1 bedrooms, playroom, n des Ph. 11'0moally$72 avo $e0; t Oemopollt mhlrt-type ferUlUw >
a visit with owner -R (flMI)
their son-in-law and hart of EBU Claire. WIs. fire-fighting outfit. Every "You told m* you never lot : laundry room with tub. large !spreader! on abet wheels. ROOFS AND
daughter, tired lot. price $8,500, teems ECHO: FLOOR $50, I farm wagon m steel
Mr. and Mrt. F. U. Wells.Wn thing was ordered from an English walking your beat, barked' SANDING .nd FINISH1NO
'' firm! from fire engine to fire the sergeant to the newest man : JORDAN re,. broker, Ph. 7 B-J. Install oak and pine floors, wheels, |30; also large qutnHt] ItOOF REPAIRS
.. Mr. and Mn Erwin Myrtck and men's helmets When the stuff arrived. > on the force "yel f>* found you i ,. (f4.11).) I, asphalt and rubber tile linoleum Dower pot in all shun from IM. I, .
D.. O',. and David .AI- TMfdrerA.w.rawed\ I i from Homestead Ron roofing, gravel, ihlngltv
; .-It wllil UlJBirthls latter Item asleep several times. Day ph. all-W; night U7-W. In. to 11 In. at less than COIL Ph
bin left Saturday for their to Lakeland 1 efficiency apartments. till tad mvtal roofs Installed
homeIn Quail
]i that the council cam face to face "Well. explained the guilty 557-J-J. ( ) .
St. Louts after a v4tit her. at I Roost rd. east of Farm Ufe rd. BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS Guaranteed workmanship! by Ib
Its officer "I would be tired availableat
with greatest difficulty the if I .
the home of Mr. and Mrt John Mrs Cecil Dodd hat been III') helmets did not fit the heads of I didn't get torn .IHEx. Phone Perrlne J844, 1(, Holler an times Homestead Floral 8-room furnished! house, lot (111)1 I censed and. Insured roofer,

M. Brown. On the return trip, at her home on W, Mowry at, I the firemen, and no amount of mann (prig) and Gift Shoppe, 122 N.W. 4lh st, and 4th at Ph. 278-W. ( FREE ESTIMATOR :..
they arc topping over In SI cranlom-aquecElng could make - eon, led tvs. a2tf)
Petersburg and Mew Orleans. Mr and Mrs. Nelson Cook of: them fit. Ha fee rarenta Small cabin, } rooms completely I I-bedroom frame \house on lot Phone 257flOMESTKAOo

Stamford Conn., are. spending The helmets were too small, The next Ume the small furnished, hot and cold water, $50,CONCRETE BLOCKS, all sire, 50x150, 27 N. W 4th . Home- FLA
\ Mrs D. L. Bowen underwent t month here at the home of Mr..nd ergo the heads were too \large sent from the table to fry Is a month. On Holland rd, lit I." Brure't Block Co. Naranja, Fla stead. rh. Miami 1-4H5 or lee
away wash
d an operation Tuesday In Jackson j Mrt. Jesse Cowman. .j So what did the city council do?" his hands, and he turns around Box in. J28tf) Phone 573. (J25-tf)I owner at IOU 8. Miami ave, Guaranty Roofing (,..

f, ., Memorial Hospital. You'll say "Not really! But they with the Inevitable "BoTn of Garage 99x50! ft. also room 14x25ft $ and .II arm en Bauer and Fp- MlamL (JHlf)
, Aq Mn and M.... C. M. Mills of did. They threw out 11of\ the thorn?" answer In the negative. suitable for cafe, office or wore Drives near Redland Floor Sanding' and finishing.:
Jesup Ca, and their' son, Reginald -) firemen and replaced them with Tell him to wash Just one-tell appliance shop Mrs. O X. Cash ..... $tDt .. $!M per awe, Very FOR SALE Asphalt and rubber tile Phone
: i Mills of Miami, were week. men Whose heads would fit into him you're Interested 1n knowing or, Bathor Garage Service Station , easy'"' .. John. M ttetwr, Homestead COMPLETELY nmNISItED .- 117-W. (mchStT)
end he" helmet) -Wall Street Journal how he does It-Ex.Ar Goulds. ,
:1 Ik's house guests of Mrs Milts' I JZI-fll)I Ha, Rt 1, Box 4 IS. bedroom home on corner lot
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. endMrs. (n2-M! ) (with lar.1I11011'> school. SEI I SEE AUX LANIER for 'Well
C. C. Thompson. Jerry" Mowers Call Doug at drilling Comer Krome avC
\ DONE 197. ISO N. W. 5th it ( For sale by Cwner-new nearly TillS at 17,5001 N E.
HOtt) and 10th st Phone S31-W.
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t N- N.- NNI N w N NN: completed one-bedronm house, .
: 1)r. Leonard W. Uaskill: / I( I new balf-b.g cement' mlxert. $3,200 cash terms arranged. OWNER MUST SELL!: nm.NlSlfED
.f For Lubrication. .. : ....hll.liw. .. Rr liMlmUMtnillHC : 1s Ph. 14T, Tcwer-Crew. JmMtf) Peabody 1 blk. E. of Rcdlnnd rd HOME! Convenient to
r, : ..d 5........ ..AGLASSES en 9th tt 4eeeane FOR SALE Only 111,500rh required
.'( he'slearned 1111 N. E. .Inl st., Mlud 11a. I 1 1 Redland Platelet properties| Mary Wanted-experienced beautician,
Ak Good working mule 100. Harry Staillg, reg! broker Coconut NEW FURNISiIFDbedroom phone 120-R, or apply Modern
I \hatdD : Oelra d"Nm.d I CMchtolla Palm Drive, Florida Palm) dr., Phone 082-W-J. (f4tf) CBS home with carport ndsoparslfl Beauty Shop, phone IUI-W,

't! a good I ].........rilONE..........!.-.5529-_.-..: City. Phone 88-M. poll) utility room which could tim)
thorough I New CBS home, knotty pine walls, be used at guest room (Out ISSx00) -
Jodi foravers "LKGAlTNOTICESV t48 %-T. Chevrolet truck ..lIl1ht.I Venetian blinds, wondburnlng ). 11000. Wanted-WaUrms. inquire vii
I I ly used ant covert, five e-nly Fireplace 2 bedroom, playroom, ft* and Lou', 17 W. Mowry.Experienced .
: ; tiros.NQt ,a AJ'rlct ,.-_"wNes'saberlsrge. ntIU17F17l fl lsdreen( .dr aih'rM -.d:.. ++v:_. , ...
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i ( SI 1,500. Ph.' .
441-W-J ,
p. .
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.' price. NOTMW Id HfcRkBT. GIVEN THAT 1ot'prIN' $ ,1100., term ECHO I lag porch: horn on I Urg*.l .... !
?m...U.Mf.1w1/.In4S (tatutM.Ml. An accwtt case history h(a Inrtluabl 1911 Rt 1, Homestead ((111)) JORDAN, ..... broker Ph. 769-J. This spacious horn It FUR counter girl Apply
1 AI'i Bsr-D-q or telephone No,
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For Tire Repairs. , lor DADE wl

... bwt .w, 10141 It 1M C.maa.a1eh.alak set Corrugated Stan-Steel con.itruction. .
k.wr" ..5 II... .'rlwk .... tIMa7Me our .. Venetian blinds, tile floors,
< Ik. end of M.irk. 714.i.EBca1PTIoN HOTEL ,. APAniMFrrr JJUSLMW8

eorkere. arty Lot 161ora." ri 1..1.,. Park. a ..MiiA accurate diagoout the pbvsidan mutt door Ideal.walk-Ilk for door machinery three IH THE TIME pmiierty. TOTAL PRICE CITRUS

c. Quirk' an 14..rlbm.,. A_IS Townhl.. U.Plot M _M.ok h.IS 11oo..t,._M..minin St. ask you many d questions. If you storage' garage, etc. Immediate to trade In your old .rfi Igcrntor IS $12,500 with IH.tential| > l monthly AVOr DOS and ,
well asskmhlL delivery $895. Ph. 472-J. (pf4) on a new NOnCE to get highest Income of 12,155.50.2bedroom .
MLnt 1 brae. t. ". Park. a M... laiwctUi questlooitrtnU*and tccurttely MANGOSOm.mC'lIlalt
) "" I ..toa .la Tno..hle. M 8...itk. IU.St lade-in- allowance. Harris Refrigeration -
i hut. A rardli,>i t. Fkt ..... la M ie has a valuable! group ol Dana with which to work. "!" 16 ft house trailer, $290.: Call Ph. lid across from home on 5 acres nn at all kinds.CALKINS' .

I. Inn*" U.k aw N is rt nisi i. n..iiiir.. 630-M. (pill) Mitchell Hardware ()7tf) !) KHOME AVENUE-17.000 takes
Information from him ob
..... a e uMn. I* ....... IS TmMklpH Withholding only serves to It tl!

R. fl. Done &: Son Plat. Ik.a IIoaII H a.*..SS.,B..KTUrk U.a UURUMAIf.. Mw.llna b ante the *., remit I" seek RICHARD FUCIIS I Sunny Grove

nC (0...* Court We are Dot disgnoitidtni, but we are sUited.the Registered. Broker
Ttuce Cat and OilsN1. D.d Contitr FlorW.Or . NintsEtr' :

? Kreme Ave. Homestead Dressy 5. M<'UlErtR...... act of compounding and d eniing! medidoe H UM Miami Awning-Type rh "I John or H.1:18-W: Hale, Salesman P.o. Box, sn I ML Vest el FlorMa titrilONK /, '
tClwaa don hit
i ,iK-fc. 1. II. IS. II. IMtl) order of your phjnicUn MEMBER COMMERCE OF CLAMBER OF Ul-W




: Glades Prescription Shop Job Printing

\ .; Save Jta Here I AIM CONDITIONED:: No maintenance cost-no rust, Flcld PIIONE Crate 1b Stencils-R .I',

no painting. I ,

.. Florida City Press : !

, Rutherford Dr. -F. P. Archer, Jr. rain.When open provides awning shelter from '. .1 4.

4) Aluminum Frame and Aluminum Screen ?.
t Lumber -
Company & a3Idag: is - - - -
EiMsdnatlea ef the Ere sad Osmmle a Ool? wtWow that did not admit rain during

W. Mowry\ St. Homestead Phone 167nzeR'A0' Optkal rreecrlptlon SerrJos ftonicaiie. GENERAL OLECTh'C:

DAILY, TlE& THRU IAT.-e- It sal: . Open 80 dcjrecs-provides run ventilation.
"l West Mewry Homestead DMO W .A tkss irashaUc from Inside-fasily re 04

Radio and Appliance Repairs .

i Modernizes new buildings and old buildings LICENSED and INSURED ;:

vw 1IrD. When in need call on m. alike.If CONTRACTORWRIGHT 'AI

I.. yen aevfer Caseinta Window*, ilk .. sheet ELECTRIC


I( Homestead Loan Co. All-Lito Aluminum ,Casement ''N.l'tolM Ave.atFirrtStGUTEN : F e268.W:

I. Western featsf 'Windows' T'
Veal Chops Pork Chops Lamb Chops 205 N. Krorne Ave.

Thick, Juicy Steaks Collateral Loaii -$ .OO to $300.00 :

,,,' Hamburger. Mock Chicken Leg W. C. BASS& SONS ROOFING COMPANY!

t \ Our Own Leader-Enterprise Want Ads Bring Results! Ez 4Mlxe. Dealer ta lltMestf ad "

r', Sliced Baron Sausage Roofiflf: of AD Types N
Spnl fr Dr. ft Newton Rd. I>h. 7J3-M-4
Solar Water JteVtm
Strawberries Mangos, Papaya, Pineapple l hate I. BM 121CAttER ''z Meet Mel.I Wtlr h
'Raspberries, Peaches, Mango\ Chutney

Lima Deans BrnsseJ Sprouts I CfIHlftJe.m. ,

: r." Black Eye Peas ROOK COVERfflGS Fan Insafetlon VeMiWIeR it

I S Sep Dade Qskk Freeze Plat ZU Ambulance Ser
I UtU, LsMlMm Breaafeit MwJ Carpel AMreea Awae
CEO. N. WAKfFIELD. Mgr i m it". lit AT*, (o.*....ig** >*eeIJN .n.. HI SN Awe. Are .l. '
tR A ik oN le'A7e I DitM........ I11MFdCf .
;Gad ,tleass.k 4 Fhar INd PMM 290 Hal 'FIa. .
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P .1It I HOMESTEAD tBADSR-ENTERPRISE Friday, February. 1L 1948' i
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''GROWERS PLAY Dick's Team Flattens calling volume aoaeal la sees
MiaMI U FrtfthiMfl. Her FISHING NEWS 1vHA'l 1 - Gay Ninety. Gardens Back company records m 1H. Although -
; the volume of busineea

,POMPANO IIERE In an over-time. game .bark Br eD rACttTI rt But with Difference produced revenue Mt per cent
Tueaday night, Dtek'i Drive Meager a more then Mt 1m, expense
THIS' defeated the Univtnlty/ till reached a new high, being Sat
EVENING Miami Frwhmen .-... Tide fee Homestead Canal per cent above list expense
Deadlocked at 47 at the clone High Low WrrHOI'I' A level
Th Hotnectead Grawtn. will of reajula- play they went oft The return on each dollar of
play Pompano her tonight, and ''I corny: epee In the overtimeto rebll IManr: 1:57:: a.m. Southern Bell'i capital In 1141wa
fvlll travel Wednesday night to clinch the game Robert Sullivan . Feb 1:07\ : ,.m. IU: ,.m only 4 03 per cent a* compared .
frliy Miami Tech at Miami High ftarred for the victor with Feb. If. (:Warn. I47: '.m. with fm- :20 counters Feb. II 10:01: p.m. 4:11: p.m Official pointed out that the
Feb II 1m16aan. tMmnLFeb. IMS earning figure Include
A triple-header acheduled tor 11 10:83:; ;;;; S:02 p.m. substantial sums being held by
Friday, Feb II 1 with a B gameat Ask U. S. to Lead. Garden
I43: the grower. .,. Melbourne RATTLERS SCORE Feb 14 |I:Ham. 513am: ., the company under bond and
at I, and Dlck'i Drive Info Feb. 14 ..1I:44: p.m. 1:81: p.m f subject to refund to customer In
Feb. IS ll'Oflam.: .:tJ a.m. Drive Nation event of adverse rate decision.
the National Guard at I to Clean-up ,
9 The Grower were defeated TWO VICTORIESThe Feb. IS 12.11pm: 880pm.: Excluding these amounts held
Feb. 18 701am.: under bond, the l'4S return wu
47." by the Ponce de Leon Cavllcn -
the Ponce Feb. 18 II:"p.m 7:20: p.m. 1 VER61Nq only 3.48 per centBKAKE
Tuesday R. H. S. Diamondbacks Feb. 17 1.28am. 741am.: HOME GARDEN PROGRAMA 4 dAIVIA
floor, They forged ahead 21-2 cored two victories over the Feb. 17 1:43: p.m. 822pm.: RATIONAL

Cava-en week-end by defeating Riverside Feb. 18 1:10: am. 8.44 '.m, national conference: of garden leader In Washington D. c.. i: YS1UtDf
Military Academy 41-11 at Red- Feb 18 "*!Poll\ 9:16:! pen called for a longtime program of urban, suburban andl'lll'.lhom.
it. high man for .e
Bob Roper was
land Friday night, and by whipping of eirleultare. -
gardens, under the leadership of the U. S. department
with counter. Tuesday. Feb 8, Van Tien and
Homestead 14
Kentucky Military Institute.
Experience tins shown. It was declared, that home garden
Venlde. party sea plane fished the Shark
43-29 Saturday night in cant SERVICE
James Hooker starred for R d- River and caught 20 trout It
IL IL S. SEEDED land with 11 counter Friday and mackerel, 10 snapper and 18 jack. Help feed the family better, with protective food .
Saturday Dale Sprankle I DUferla Ir... parterre pleating el the alatetle me*>ra lewyard .....
THIRD IN CLASSBCAGETOURNEY contributed 18 on 11 point to the Saturday (General SuperintendentTo Help feed the family economical/ Seas _....Iae keeaty ef tae fewer, Bad, cat a ,.tler.. Immediate Service

game : Speak for Nazarene Give healthful recreation Sack In the day when women freeing weather, even In the norttern.
In Friday nlghl'i game, the wore, bustle flower In front yards .states, and are easily grown Reasonable Prices
r/iamondbackl trailed throughout Dr. Samuel Young of Kansas Furnish valuable educational and esthetic !Interest for youth were in fashion Now that bustles from iced, when started early under
the first half and began the second -, City, Mo., general district aupcrIntcndent and adult.Stimulate era coming back, .door-yard gardens protection, or In the garden Itself .
of the Church of the << are returning, but with a difference a* soon* the weather permits.
The Homestead High School out-claused 20.12. Paced by .U".r use of fruit and vegetable from the fashion followedIn Quality WorkmanshipENGINE
Grower cage quintet on Saturday Hooker the Rattlers tied the Na..rene11I preach. at 11 o'clock the nineties. The garden Illustrated I I. a simple .
24.24 In the third quarter Sunday rooming at Princeton Help feed the nation In time of arrangement of border planting
wa ceded third In the Croup core emergency.Improve
Church of the Nazarene, announces Then Rower were used to workout for a small house where the
'Clght Claw B banketball tournament to forge ahead to victory elaborate designs in beds of walk leads from the private driveway en
develop better community
Rev C. F. Crauiwcll, community lurroundlng and
to be held In Lake Worth The Saturday night win made life. geometric shapes. This wa an ancient to the front door. Both house OVERHAUL
liar. 2-5. Rated tint wa Key eight victories and eight defeats pastor fashion/ dating back to the and lot will be made to seem larger
West which has won five games for the Diamondbacks The score middle ages, known II parterre by this arrangement Bright 9
work. The beauty of the parterrewas red. or pink salvia, and the clear o
and lost one A '-J record won was 17-13 at the half-time. Garden leader who conferred In communities to cleanup and Improve In Its pattern with the Sowersused vivid red pink, blue and buff verbena MOTOR TtlNE-tir.
iecond place for Delray Beach; Bait & Washington, D. C., Jan 10 and 11St \ public area. only to supply the color which will provide a brilliant dee- 0
Ind a 4-1 record, the third placefor Overseas the call of the U. S departmentof The U. 8. department of agriculture developed It, Few examples of this ,oration for a white or grey house. FRONT END ALIGNMENT
Homeitead and a 8-S record, agriculture warned that the' method are now (U tide coun
; Gilliland (o Show Free was called upon to assume seen Both nlvla and verbena an 0 I
.fourth place for Belle Glade. Movies\ of World Scries .Tackle Shop United State. I U losing ground In'' leadership In this program in urban try. i low growing, and teed should bi PAINTINGBOOT
The other team entered are the battle against ugliness In and suburban a* well a* rural localities. Modern door-yad gardens areas started early In a hotbed or greenhouse
Redland, Pahokee. Goad Lake Eddie Glllllund. business manager and community surroundings.hom.I' Department activities are simple as possible in design In so that plant of good alp AND o FENDER
"Smouldering garbage at present confined by law to rural order to canter attention the can be let out as loon at dangerof
and Pomp
forth, South Droward e fOMMLTE lot ANI) upon
of the Mlnml Baseball Club, too often welcome the visitor to REPAIR
frost I If seed I
cress, and no federal funds ere beauty of the flower, These are over I. town directly
Two will show movie of the 1948 nil: : REPAIR both metropolis and rural village; I available for the employment of In of color in the garden, flower may o
grouped manes one *o
game* will be played Mar. World Series baseball game be. laid resolution adopted fay the extension worker In towns and arranged-that each man harmonlcei be delayed two or three weeki SEAT COVERS
) to eliminate the team to eight tween the Cleveland Indian ol e I1MIINU conference "The vlllsge green ol cities. The conference urged that with and sets oil the others, Sweet alyssum, however, will grow o
for the first round opening on the American League and the INFORMATION song and story I I. often a neglected "cities be encouraged to support, and .provide\ a pie a ling decoration quickly from seed and either a ..UPHOLSTERINGUNDERCOATINO
Mar, I. Redland and Homestead Brave of the National waste.. Many of our highway rightsof wholly or In large part, the service for the house. dwarf white, variety, or the dark
Boston o
way are garlanded with discard of urban extension agent purple Violet Queen Alyssum oily
are both elated for play Mar 1 and other highlight of S. Krome Ave Id: PaceUl ed tin Good housekeeping of .
League can trained In horticulture, For these beds, annual flowersof be used If the plant are. sheared
The Mml-flnal will be held Mar. the big league Thursday evenIng our home grounds and community In has low compact growth are most when they grow too tall flowers 0
4 and the final, Mar. B. Feb. 24, at 7.30 o'clock In the surroundings la urgently needed to been J some made In states this direction.a beginning A horticultural suitable, subjects.) They will flower will be Increased and a low grow POICEL.UNIZINO.LVDRlc"nOH .
-.--, auditorium of Neva King Cooper prevent the growth of new urban agent has been authorized without ceasing from July until lot border constantly maintained. o
and rural slums.Unless
Kiwanis J Club Resumes School In Homestead.The public consclousnes I It for Detroit Mich., supportedby
Friday Meeting Date public I I. Invited. No ad. I aroused to the danger of this deterioration the slate and county In Greater Southern Bell Telephone Co. Reports 0GENERAL
horticultural agent
New York,
million charge will be made. Try Us When You NeedA in civic standards w* REPAIRS
Friday night will again be the believe it will have octal consequences for each of the borough. may soon o
Increased Business Low
meeting date of Florida City i0- Haircut or far more costly than the be employed. Earnings A COMPLETE BUMPER-TO-
expense of correcting it now." \0ork with young people of town
wants Club. The changebackfrom BUMPER SERVICEtafiET.BLAN :
Cub Scout Den) No 7 Shave As remedial, the conference and cllles, comparable to that la
Wednesday night: to Friday called for a long-term program of rural ares by 4-H club which I iiconducted Miami, Feb. 10-The Southern 367,613 new telephone. A L..I.h.f. -_. 0
bight was mad by the (board of By RICHARD MORRI8HEY Haircut _ Tie home gardening both for food production by agricultural extension Bell Telephone Company reported end of the year, South& \Bell IF DtIIIIIlE: -;
directors at. the request of the and ground" Improvement service, was recommended by the today that bandied the largest had more than doubled the number PAY AS YOU DRIVE.WRECKEft .
ftemberihlp. The club meet attine Shave _ SteShampoo ; and steps by all conference. volume of business In Its historyin of telephone ,In service In o
Parkway, one-half mile north (Medicated) _-' 1.01 1948 although Its earning, except SERVICE
Of Homeitead on U. S. 1. Edward Morrissey opened thewalingeta f'.d.t"'k _._ ,_ IS. for the year JM7, were the 1939.The company also reportedthat o
were present Harry
Jenner the minute. Massage (IpWal) ......,. /letQsebhull lowest In 28 year, the addition: of new switchboards -
:: :::""" ! :;! !:: : rea4 ,t In a statement aummarlclng and outside plant facilities Bird Chevrolet Co

w W-tV got down ti business, ) .a4FesW.O.iribe,i 1949. Dodge 4-Door 194 results, the company disclosed made possible !aster local end ,
Reterd Radle GasesWhet.
Bavpllr* and completed our achievement Tonto ._.__SMoaUche Ia.. that it spent more than long-distance telephone service lit tf Kren* Ave
for our wolf $112,000,000 last year to improve and Increased the proportion oflongdistance
Trim ..._ It*
We made hobby scrap books and extend service and thit It call completed 11011II.'". FU.rheae .
Custom Sedan
and a spinning top game Shampoo (Plain) Me added the near-record total of Both local and longdistanceRhodes' N
$'p Harry Jenner was host We enjoyed I o
ginger ale and cake. Hat I 22 Year With

--... off to Mr*. Jenner for a wolf cake BUSH'S $2,120 Delivered in
with all the trimming and we I Chevrolet;
thank her very much. GarageN.
II Keith Dixie Illibway Barber ShopSouth
Iaeath Miami Ha At the meeting next week, Feb. Homestead
B, Edward Morrissey will be OP," City n.u E.,Slh ST. and lit AVE.
/, II [.I !' 71!: smr! '''' host (Oppoalto Chamber of Commerce Bldg I
1919!) !Jj ton pickup


; GROUSE BURR CABINET SHOP 1919 l'/j' ton cab and chassis! Expert Workmanship Guaranteed ..;.

1919 2 ton I 5) speed transmission Phone 9115 (Night, 145-M) )

Builders and Kcmodclcra Miami KO JOB TOO SMALL - NO JOB TOO BIO I n,.

Fine Woodworking a Specialty ,.

Electric and Acetylene Welding: Theatre Donovan Motors, Inc. I I

SILVia PALM DKIVE-ONE MILE WEST OF C. S. 1 or traffic light
I blocks ao. aa TELEPHONE: 371 HOMESTEAD
Phone SU-VV-1 S, Dixie II'.

i Why Worry Phone 41-3911 '
w Saturday., continuous: 2 to I It pnv : .:
Sunday contUIUOU',3 to 11 pm.
Setain Monday thru Friday, nhuwi ABOUT younFertilizer
J at 7 and II p.m

Buik-Mon.. Feb. 13-14 Problems?
ATl'KDAT aad SUNDAY eentUiiom I till u..U. --.
........ Advltat Night 4hl Matter, (till t p.. a*.). Ite.CtlMreai GLYNN. CLAIRE TREVOR
cads tfo. lei tea U twelve He. (Tax Included.) "The Velvet Touch" f

' Last Times Today: "On Our Merry Way" Try Reliable

Tuee-Wrd. Feb. 1MIZAC1IARY r
lATL'EDAT Feb.\ M-Doable Feature Program


tit' (Made In Technicolor) T'I

r (Horn like, people need a lot of lovln'. Autry tames an outlaw "Ruthless"TharFrL I t
talllon and a fearlet girl) :I.


( happened to the French war bride in room 1M) FRANK DUCK. <

6UNDAY led MONDAY, r..... 11-14 "nrlnr 'Em Hack AU\'e With Our Lumber

"TilE VELVET TOlJCir All 'Popular Mixes on Hand "
( to her lovely neck Saturday, Feb II II.
Up In murder)
It's the safest and cheapest in the long
Add"a1| 5.ert.. AlhlcUe Items BrU Keel) -FUU' Pttrthaae,* DENNIS MORGAN, JANE

Carte**: Path New. WYMAN In Strong sturdy timber; makes strong support for Any, Amount Organic Desired :., ,;

TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY. Feb. 1S-H Special I I Mixes on Request (one-ton lots only) :
TYRONE POWER. ANNE: BAXTER CECIL KtLLA WAY to your home your!>> walls, your floors, your beams .
THE LUCK OF TIlE IRISH" "Bad Men of Missouri"ASTHMA\ Where I "
and anywhere Vise quality wood U: needed. .
(The picture theta at happy a* Irish laughter) 'IIW.r!!! ! --- -_ "
Added; March W TI.Aa I* Stalin) "lUr Belle Egg," .6'

THURSDAY DICK POWELL and FRIDAY SIGNS ,HASSO Feb. U-U inTO I I awl.In_..._.__... I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

TilE ENDS OF THE EARTH"One .=... N inn.swatsm1y-mm sa elne awes M M ...rooo...ace.. d..a was"a.-,. W. D. Horpe Co. Inc.

ot the mot exciting motion picture I MM .-..>
ever -M4 knit* Oimdlr>*O*
made exposing the Intern f underworld' ) w"ow"_ Ih"--....."..,.,.-I-N..Ihy Tine lid a...--- Hardware and Building Materials (Phone 16 Henry R. Pridgcn Mpr.\ Homestead, FUu '
Added Cartoao Paramount New. w"mismw'wAari ei."s" eMi
FLUE ..,aruu.. owner w
Cembu Satartoy, Feb l.Uu Midnight'.. Amat.aaltb !
. P.... u... Guard v........ of Ferelga. War. A apedai 11 N. KI'GIM'A've.. Phone 277
ahowtagt Deaoaa Darbla Ia "Far the Left of Mary1 Tilt i

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