Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: January 20, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00696
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPR .





The Redland District's RcEablo NEWSpaper Since 191L2 .

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39th Year No. 3 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, F tIDAY( .JAM_l' \IY :31, 10_ Price 6 Cent






I ENGINEER URGES CITYi PLAN DISPOSAL PLANT I





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1 City to Get $$4,763 Eight After Eight Taken person Collision to were Hospital of taken Autos to I CLOSE STREET Wins State-wide Ovation I II SEPTIC TANK NOT OPERATINGAS



James Archer Smith Hospital for
PURIFICATION UNIT SEWER
observation Thursday afternoon FOR SCHOOLS r

I Ii following a collision between a ,

1 Share Buick and a Packard at the Intersection
: As November of Krome eve and Coconut
I Palm dr. AU apparently GROUPS PLEAD I NETWORK LEAKS SYDOW FINDS

escaped with bruises and slight ,
laceration with the exception of r _

i Mrs. Salvatore Lbngo ot Coral

Of Kick-back Cable who suffered three broken At It* final meeting Monday THE WEATHEK Becaut he found that the city

Cigaret Hot. night the retiring city council NftMo' eww o. Oe ew..a.Smne.er septic tank I t. not operating at tUas
In the Buick were Mrs. Longo arrr w.-an. r"esoe ( I purUlC.Uonlftlt sod tht Underground
authorized Ira CH"tIX'k
and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Largo City Attorney Ueat, Ur.t ran .....
network U leak
sewer
ordinance to
and Mrs. Camilla Longo of South to draft M
Miami. Riding In the Packard' close permanently N. W. Second I Jan n ._ ,10 N .o.n 0.01Jan. Ing. Consulting Engineer W... By
1 will '1,183035I First Potatoes 17. ,n 31 O..f
Homestead get To Dig were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tlmmer lve. between Fifth end Sixth dow Monday night recommended

I from the November clgaret tax Monday in S. AllapattaliThe of Holland, Mich and Mr. and street to eliminate traffic ba*' I.n.Jan. II II ..10 10 17 U 0.11 10.13 In that the city draft plan for a

i collections, according to press dispatches 'Redland I Mrs. Clayton Hess of Macttsws.Mich. arts to pupils crossing between : Jan 1$. .80 N ao.n sewage disposal plant The city
first District
J from Tallahasw giving polatoc I Both'cars, badly damaged, the rounds of Homestead High and
Jan n. ,10 88 30.15 council tuthorlted him City
for the local market. It ii
a ctty-bydty. breakdown of UM expected, will be dug Monday. were towed by wrecker to Homestead and Neva King Cooper school.The : I..., 18.. II 17 10.07 I Attorney Ira C. Haycock to see

tax kick-back. If this figure U John M. and Chas. A Dunn,,I garages.OF out-going council recommended : I It f.d..Id. t can be obtained for

the expect several brothers, whip, farm In South AU.. that Iti successor approvethe 1 .
correct city may ordinance : Such I project.) .

time the 114,000 annual pattah Th week Garden ot Feb I Is teen at $262 00 WORTH' Stating the, achool'i case that CITY PLANS FEE I Sydow't recommends was '

revenue It anticipated 'from thin the earliest date extensive' digging the street closing U necessary for ; contained IK a final report on the
when It qualified to Shan I the safety of |III 144 punlla were FOR CONNECTINGLIGITS t'
tource will begin for shipment U BUILDING IS" Principal E. a BlaekbumIra.!\ 1 question of pollution of Home-
.In the clgaret tax. northern markets, according to J, stead Baytront Park water by
Wilson Crosby, president
Florida City wa not Included Abney Cox .of H. L. Cox and Son Homestead P. T. A. and Rudoh I { WATERThe I. drainage of the off.how from the
{ BY CITY
at Princeton At the present time, OKAYED ,
I Cowmen, president of the Dad-
In tin list of rebates cities released prospect "look good" he said. city septic tank Into Homestead
dies' Club. the ordinance
Passage of
lids week Cox. vice-rhalrmsn of the recently city council Monday night" Canal
Permit for 28M9 worth ofconstruction was urged also by Henry
The November collections of the organized Florida' PoUtc Prldgen, present .vicepresidentand aulhorlted Consulting EngineerWm. Seven and one-half page and
Council reported that the Dad In Homestead have 1
clgaret tax earmarked for return former president of the 1 a. Sydo and City Attorney fine map. mere used by Sydowto
Potato Grower Association
County the first
to the cities 4n whkb'l\.. col has officially ratified affiliation been approved during Homestead Rotary Club which' 1 In C Haycock to work out a present his report and recommendations
two week of the new year, reports pat. asked the council I to close .
lectodotaJed 1843,6(1.. with new state group. system of charges for culling i on the city aewagtsystems.
To Building Inspector Irving the street\ last July. In"' city tights and wrier to I Analyses of M samples
for the authorized
i qualify t
Sclcrolinia "' Up J. Lyon In response to a council Inquiry duellings and business house of water front the beach andNorth
refund of five cents a pack, f ffectivt as to whether" the streetarea -k-
Canal, into which the sfp-
include"those to .
The\) permit The action was taken upon recommendation -
Nov. 1, the Homestead In N. Canal Tomatoes S and B Construction Co to build would revert to tht,original of Wm. Muatelwhlte tlc! tank overflow 1* routed,

city council rushed through ar owners If closed by the city who, pointed out that the city hsrbeen showed evidence of pollutionas
An outbreak of scleroUnia In John Scott
houses the
In
31 new from
Blackburn read excerpts' a
emergency In October absorbing the cost of connection far a* I' mile back from tin
measure
tomato farms the North analwas
on Subdivision_ N. E. Eighth letter from School Attorney
County the shoreline! Sydow said. The tad
and charging consumer -
The Florida City town council al reported this week by Audits
: and ) genet' and to Clutter John J. Lindsay\ saying I mad by State Board of Health
IItif; only a deposit to guarantee
that time voted against liking the nt County Agent Archie MeIntyr
that Jn event of action the
rebate, but .In December filed at *. So far, the dl....*' her Construction Co. to build 11 school board IU-'a: :: payment of his bill and University of Miami laborslory -
condemnation Sir GtORGC: BMATHFJISlUllcd taken from r
between N. iduaselehit.I I said that the proposed technician: were
application eeeking the refund. been confined to the area of outbreak houses In the block I
proreedlllloBI.ekbum nf 51 houses various' point under spring, sum.
construction
Heasterlsl Candidate! I
where it has done considerable W. Fourth and Sixth streets and pointed out that the as 1 conditions. ,
and fall flood
here with the resultant necessary met
damage, he says. Sixth and Seventh avenues.H. area "probably will be In Il'hooll I Institutions would create a financial In ommendaUoni for an

ROTES GET HELP' rigid Crisp spraying brlheh.r program have and combined .a- O. Barber, who ha* just use for the next 50 years" as ; Jacksonville! Jan l.--Ttepie.senlatlve In all walk nf life," ft- laid, "I burden for the city UUU. emergency program, Sydow suggests -
schools live blocks of '
to hold In check the late completed a model horn on N. the own Smathers today said hiI shall not let them down"Asked ties Sup-rinlendcnt Gordon W, that a series of lest be made
with 1200.000 worth of
OF GARDEN CLUB blight which: has mad apor.dle.ppttlr.ncea W Itth *t at First( '.v., Tuesday land buildings. some Since Institution of' the I II overwhelmed by the "Incredi j about .hid. reaction to the Ivey estimated" avenge Instella to determine the location! of thtprincipal r'

: her the season. Bj started construction o| nine additional summer play program the property ble enthusiasm" with which: .Mi( I Orlando rally, Smathet said dIwas )tf tlon cat at tioo which, .h* said of Infiltration WtA la the .
to tie repairshvirduc 'i
about five :year sewage system
agricultural requires
actual experiment" "wonderful end *eryhrsMtolnj < I
bouse In a block on N. to In use by the youngsters S-- '
FOR1: NbTORCADE1Ma.14 1 scientists have found that" 13 per W. Slx a' aver ellMetir opposite for all, except two.week.of( lrlyear ? United. ) havt Iggn. told hy,v,t- aid s'm oft by cousunvir. d nfsu/wMr 1M3'puwht.mgraa"hahdh$ U baJWuetlo: The** ,''f1
'"- .. IW fymlr-J.pf, |hs Loeirie --- f eraii (ejownnoil f and hl4t11r1fpoJUr.1
nr= tT3Rai. ," aid
Jic:1.C. ,
.... obtained by covering the entire : ., n* "" ) observer. thai the tellytranscended 11-lad fvey to pledge approximatelyU.OOfl ae14agebafneslhouldb*,I Intlslled f
l n.- tiomcaiead. tfotary Club surface of the tomato plant with Even while speaking at tin In air and enthusl- of the ell)'. |:IOOHX bond In the septic tank to provide
this year will again sponsor I of "mammoth rail)'" in Orlando Issue for purchase nf time linevollsie some (degree, of purlfttaH: At
fungicide by mean a groundsprsyer. lmll.rrh..revpr
: of C to Maintni Bulletin BoardDistrict's aim any .v."lef !
motorcade of visiting Rot.rlenlthroulh Helicopter dusting i where he made formal. atmounrmeat steaell In Urn IdsImib regulator: for improve: I present, h* said, the enaeslireInfiltration

the Redlsnd District: The achieved 81 per cent control and Of Redland ActivitiesThe of his candidacy. he said political 1 III' -orv" I II men it I the city'! light t lines AfiniiiMi boa caused the rtdlec-
club voted to do so at It* regulai airplane dusting, 71 per cent control congrstultuuy" telegrams pledg I Ui llsyctxk. the inonry Linn system \It become a ctsipt 4
meeting Wednesday noon after IIwa The ground sprayer method ins support 1 began to arrive at the I Ilia Immediate piano, lie added, nhoulrt be .....,Iabl. .bout Frh 1mi I of sewage sludg which: could In j
announced: that* the South coliseum. Since then, literally :call for anothe-i' wuig around the "> boughtConUmiMi become to the
bond whi Writ Unit menace
the > a >
that used by local
I II commonly A classified listing ,of all Red. cabinet-type bulletin board state' by Mr.. i
aneompanlpd
Wade Garden Club la willing U farmer. E. thousands of Uiene mew!:" of I ( on I'nge Tour) drinking water supplyTe
will be gift from Myron
land District activities municipal a Stnathereto set wnnayt's or-
the ot and up
assume Job preparing endorsement have been received - --- get rid of the unilghlly
Potter, Jr., of 'Redland Mill
serving luncheon to the hungry social political, fraternal and Works. from every section of Florida, gamrstlons In all rounlle (Oadf Hotistration Hook algae which give au offensive

hundred on the picnic ground ol. church-with the date and haul "Tht,. have come from rltlrcns I Men' organizations have "tree odor to the canal, lie suggestedthat
TOWN\ FIREMEN, A plan for Issuing to the membership Open Here Feb. I to 15
Redland Fruit and Spice Park will\ be placed within a week In perfected: In each county and art a man with a small truck

Th Rotary dub played hoft to I a gUss-encloaed: bulletin board a monthly bulletin, also functlonjngSmither For (lit convenient of new and light row boat be employed
the Rotarisn last was announced by Mew Ollv LIONS SPONSOR I said he wniM' iiiajfywith | the dry season to rake !
visiting year,, ELECT LUCERNETO on the door of the Redland District voters, the rount> registration: during
but the motorcade has grown to Chamber of Commerce! The need of more printed literature the netreUrjr of state by I books will Iw o]..>n Feb, I to off the plant growth and bury It r

such proportions that there 1* no office, Miss Cecilia Olive, secretory on the district was (minted : Feb I, I 19 In the office of Copies of the report have been t
BLOOD) ROUNDUPSET
eating place In the district thai CHIEFS JOBHerman announced Wednesday at an out, and plans were made for He will Panama. City Jan. I! Insurance Agency In ,," FPb'l)I submitted by Sydow to the council ",

can seat the visitor The picnic open meeting of the chamber mimeographing some as a tern II to loin -pdutknl Serhat | Arcade, announce M.... A the state board of health, the

grounds ol the Redland park at Lucerne was elected tofiveyear porary measure.At FOR. SUNDAY the slat. convention of' the Uvlngktnn a ho bag charge of the county board of health and the
\ Coconut Palm dr. and Redlandrd the suggestion of President t Veteran of Foreign wan I books. fiunty commi abon.
; with member of the garden a term as chief ot the THIRD AUCTION Richard Fuchs, members voted to ,dow presented a bill for the

4 club u caterer solves th. prob. new Florid City volunteer fir offer the county. zoning board the A round-up to replenish' the al- 11.000 still due on his fee ot

1 I'' lamb department Jan. 11. H. G. Lofton services of a committee to assist most depleted reserve of South Jackson Memorial llospitalOkay 12,000 for the sewage system

if Dr. George Willlsmi, former was given a four-year term as STARTS MONDAY In Its work In this district Dade Blood tank' will be held analysis which Included fieldwork

p 1 president of Ithaca (N. Y.) Col- captain. Elected to serve three Directors voted to ask the from ft SO to I o'clock Sunday In Under County S :OH Medical\ Board laboratory work, consult

loge and for the part IS yearteacher years were BiU ''Hillier lieutenant ATFARMMARHBTA Everglade National Park directorto Sacred Heart Clubhouse\ undersponsorship lion with the state board of
of the Wm. Jennings ; 1 E. L. Smith, executive com- Include In his budget for the of the Kedlaud District health, meeting with the city

I Bryan Bible class in Miami Bay. mittoeman! ; end David Roberts, year beginning In July a nominal Untie Club. The medical) board of Jackson "III. Thai fit public of Dade council and recommendation .
rental for quarters In the The club committee In charge I County can now with confidence, f
1 front Park every Sunday afternoon secretarytreasurer.A 1 o'clock auction wlU be Memorial Hospital, which called
I of recreation has recently Initiated Monday at Florid. Chamber of Commerce building of arrangement consists ot Dr. regard the Jackson Memorial
talked at the meeting room I City to deficiencies the
attention of
amount should Geo. D. Ruehle, t A. Rob- b. 1LU Institu City to Help Entertain
This cover repairs first-class
the club Wednesday His subjct"was been furnished for the IS voIuJIt State Farmer' Market la anticipation Hospital as a
i I and insurance, It was stated Brandenburg, Jr. Jack 7.1m- hospital when It ,was operated by that has of
lion promise Aasn.
J The Aristocracy of Ser r firemen at the new tire station of I heavy volume of to.matos every Florida Library
vice"' Service, Dr. Williams said, which II I outfitted with next week, Marketmastof Frank Ty* wag mad. a director: merman Dr. J. L. Mslmlm, Robert the city of Miami, U. today unreserved becoming, with the continuanceof

I 1* the rent we pay for our room modern equipment. Weekly drills C. S. Phillip said yesterday as president of the new South V. Perkins and D. huller In Its praise of the in* the present policies end financial Ad appropriation of 178 for entertainment J
I Chamber of Com of the South Dade ititution after a year of fOUnt of when the
) 'on earth. are held by the department Auction. will be held at X. 4 and Dad Junior Member support the fulfillment expense
( Friday. merce. Others present were John Blood Bank committee are Mrs operation. this community's requirement In Florida: fctate Library Association ,
o'clock.
Monday through -
: Farmer asked to bring Hale and A. V Phillips, director: W. J, Krome Mrs. Chas Pope In resolutions, copies of which a hospital" meets In llome.tad In May, wa j j

'j U. of Miami\ Plant Experts Working their pinks and are off-grade tomb at large; Lee H. Lehman, Ro Dr. J. A. Smith Dr. C r, Robinson were relessed to the pews (this : 'The statement I* signed by Dr approved Monday night by the
I Klwanlan 8. J. Lynch, week, the medical board give Untigerald council of Mrs.
toe to the auction after thel, tartan Arthur Troxell. W E. Rheney, f. Norton McKenzie, Dr. Wm. city upon request i
Ben Archer Soroptl- a and T E. KlrbT.V..W. public acknowledgement of "''''. Pr.I Fred Huber librarian of Lily
3 On Problems of Mango\ Eye ,Budding o'clock\ ..... < and Mrs. Preston Bird Dr. M. Jay Ftlpae, ,
,L A volume of bean b mist, service club directors; Mrs.Edwird t provements achieved se rapidly Walter C. Jones Dr. I>. A. Mar Lawrence BOW Library,
-, heavy Krone of the Woman's and . wisely Instituted Dr. Mrt.',._ B. Rogner was i
d expected next week and an I In. Seek to nook Ion, Dr, E.; Sterling Nlrhol.\ appointed
j ROT states that shield bud. of Homestead and Bob Eastwood under the personal direction of I Dr, to succeed Mrs F. A. Ruff
By S. J. LYNCH art Popraoe flux of squash about Feb. t, Phillip Club and Hand Bascom H Palmer Colquilt
;1 I. NELSONS ding la the method employed by *" said.For of Homestead Civic League. Tommy Dorscy Mr. Preston B. Bird and the Pearson, Dr. Homer L. Pearson, on the library bard. Other mam. 1

,nurserymen In Florida for grow the three-day period Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra superlntendi-nry of Dr. Charles C and Dr. Arthur U Weiland and ben ot. th* board .re Mr*. A. R.
, Nursery' propagation of mango Ing mango This I.I on stock past Socialized Medicine Hillman . ," County Commissioner attested by Dr Warren W Qull- Livingston. Mrs U. H. Ewing
crate otomatoea
11.000
.
approximately will herFeb. 8 under
at the preeent time I II varied roughly a year old. 'llowever, he sold at appear I Bird of Homestead I.I Uses, chairman at the medical I Herman Mark and Wm. Mussel "

I 'procedure and employ many discusses: the low percentage of ate price were of flOl. Top price an aver was Explained for Lions the aunpice of Arrant-Smith Post, chairman of the comnusslon'l. hospital board and Dr. Win II liter ate white, library committeeman of .

, different technique such as eye take and concludes the paragraphwith f*, Socialized medicine was the, V. F. W.. provided that cash reservations committee. tf1.".. th. retiring council
the statement that ".t pros. subject: of a talk made by Dr. of I1.JW worth of Th resolutions adopted .by the
" budding, aide veneer grafting and : ent ((1911)) there are only a few i Edw. Anne of Miami Tuesday ticket are made by t o'clockThursday : medical board follow;

" ,.: Inarching. The degree of success propagator In the United States Count' Tax Dtoutif night for the Redland District Jan 2(1( announces "Whereas the Jackson Memorial Support of Crime Commission Fight

1lJ. with any one _thocI-hu been who can produce budded mango I ToRe Here Next Week Lions Dub. Thirty-five\ million Pout Commander a:. B. McGarrah. Hospital I* a public Institution I

directly dependent. on the one trees economically: and .In quantity. person now are enrolled under Ticket will be fa each. beholden to the public and Pledged by P.T.A, After Weiss Talk
For the convenience' of Homestead Whereat the' medics! board I I.I I.
.
! Reservation for the dance,
doing the work u much'as with voluntary Insurance plans said'
I So the eye budding of mango taxpayer*, deputies tram scheduled to be held at Homestead cogniMnt of-the fact that muchof
method who out th.tthla
"4 the the office of County Tax Assessor Dr. Annls pointed Active of the CrimeCommission law enforcement: 1 .In Dade County.
With the appearance of new i I II not new But. although It wa I II more complete coveragethan Air Base, must be mad In I the previously voiced construe support
r J. Newton Lummua will be *t (th* live crtnrtsnt -of thi hospital Miami He explain that the commission
recommended eons M yean ago, home of Greater was
varieties of mango, tilt scarcity ; would be obtained under the I person at the V. T. W pod
.}: of graftwood ha been the limit.. the grower* realized that make muchwork Homestead to 4 o'clock city from hall Tuesday from through 1010: I proposed federal& bill which: excludes i at 411 N. E. Sixth ive., McCarrsh deficiencies medical emlnsted, therefore from the pledged by the membership of the It has don no official exert tremendou power but.that ,
heeded to profession
\, factor for growing quickly was eye certain classification. laid No telephone request will P talk Jan.
T. A.
lug Redland after a
he la 'to Idsvestlate .
JU aid
of Job (
budding a general method ot Friday next week. Tax: return be "He i* resolved by this medicalbead epee,
large quantity of tree of a E.; H. Gallaher asked the Lionsto accepted.
any It by Walter Weiss ofHomestead, the machinery of law
and application for tax
H mango propagation for the to* ; exemption that tilt public be hereby
new variety. The general method'ued teltp"No." M to make Proceeds of the dance will go
enforcement from the policeman
"common-man. : will be received. advised of their present opinion new chairman of the commission :
1): I* the side veneer graft on ,called youngsters' reservation for the to help pay for the post home and to the effect that: speaker4 guild Volunteer through th* court, and to acquaint
nr one :year old stock: utilizing a Several Individual problem ogle' club' annual youth night to be for a special V. f. W. welfare th pubU with Ih reasons fur
Judge Exonerates I Tke Jatluon Memorial. Ho* pledged themselves to make acanvass
themselves in. making the ,
terminal don for each tree. present held Tuesday project McCarrah aid.
; breakdown. Director: Daniel Bulli-
school district
pita ha achieved great Improvement ot the entire
Consequently tree costs bv eye pudding of mangos successful In Manslaughter Chance
van It paid by private) source,,
member to
i to its building and equip to enroll new
been kept high and this' In many They can be listed briefly a* follows -
Instance ha* been a controlling & : .election and preparation of Arthur D. fogle, Jr, of Naran- I Poinsettia Memorial\ to O. W. Calkins ment, a* e prerequisite for thebetter support the commission In. its and the only employee the trained paid loves.ligatiwa fcycommiwkm
crlpie.Welt are *
servUn to against organised
:
pstlents fight
In out \Increased budwood. age and condition of i ja was acquitted Monday .In CrimInal
factor eettlng
renege of budded mango In tin stock end season of the :year.With I II Court of a charge of mat- To Be Planted in Arbor Day Observance "U That these Improvement'*, *, who recently resigned adirectorship and clerical. : help he explained
achieved In the first. In. the trime rom
rapidly
last few years, some tree of I ...llmlnar1wwtt on about I laughter in the death of JullUIa I w
quality have been coming on 1MO Mock at the University of : following an automobile col. year of county operation, I ta the I minion/ to make a aurressful rare There art but two Jortni U
good
the market selling for about half Miami experimental farm during ; listen near Modello on May ,.' A* a memorial to the late O. I member of uhf dub result of the county .....nt..1 for a Ilnmfwtowl enuurlbnanie government-govemmnt by law

the cost of conventionally grown thi aummer, a few of these problem Judge Ben C WUlard, who heard .. Calkin\ six double pouuettta I The club will present a tree In thorough ue/tentandlng l of the seal was Jllm'ft'CItwI by llobortMacOonnrll \ u .In our republic, and govern i

have been propagated have been partially! an the trial without Jury ruled that plants will be aet out to an Arbor each: of the local school for btMnttaf need, and thai thane of Itcdtand who we* mint by nun M la totalitarian
Ire** Thee chip budding and were axer.dt II the state prevented Insuindeatevidence. Day ceremony at 4 o'clock this planting. .In Arbor Day cervices Improvement. have been wisely presented. at the fneHinf.Weis . states," h* Mid. The. minute we

fey aye to or en* year from seed .te. I wa found ausmry to either afternoon at the garden center ta today The dub committee In Instituted under the personal) 'dl* traced the growth el the permit men to decide which: lawssee

Brown toad of the two or three year prepare the budwood or ela. by Roe died thr** day after he Redland Fruit and Spice Park. thane of the arrangement I Is rection of II r. Preston & Bird Crime Onmmistln from Ki In.ecpUon . to b* ,enforcedwe revert
mat metb- chance to find a few sticks with WM Injured In crash 'betweenUa Th pofaueUia\ will be provided cemposftd of t J. Morriesey and and Mprhtoiidncy of Vt. M month ago U torn- from government bar law.to. gov.

Ma quire4' by nursery I Continued an Pap Four) cad ,..*'. ..u*>. by ...... Gallon and planted by Qaa.. MWwaerr. Charter C. ,JJlI IaA. and tat ,0*.;evfcMM .bn.kdwlra ,ot ernoieat by sea...
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PLAY Professionals to Teach BaseballClinic 41 Compete: for Prizes I, I I"" \'.,.I .....i., .I,,,: :,t., K. II.EAUtR.\TF.RPRISE.I : : "FridsJan. :(!fI. 1950.-2!
I"' .1" A'lrl M' II ul h Lau i ---
In GtU Chtb'icup. TwrHJ FISHING NEWS weather rut liahln lhePO" ,levveeki
FULS.CAGBRS ] for Dade Amateur Coache Meer uti will be awMded . any day that the *'inri I Pat4>rs Here to PrexhAt I Ii water
I i at the CBM III H fMkmtOtoUin ly ring TI1 *.d ncm doers blow the n.h> will tbitirg labor Camp Revival Sperial main will mark! Ikf
i whim will be heM it
I A t *>-4.r Mr lei Ml' amateur | All managen er ceo.llie nf'amattwr GoM Cluekan rapiwarnammt . good I meeting
fc ALLAN I LEFT: : .. 7 3D each night In the aiacmbiy y
A wefc revival wHI MartiBundliv
tae
.rilikeJI. roadie, will' be ran- IMIM are rliglWe to at on Feb a. flatt anlvenarv I Ur end atMLJ" T. C.lbbana and I
Wilke, "."" .1 d 111111'still., >"dm tufted/ Hondo, IIId Tuewia, ) .to laid the shall wh.lher m not ,,r the tub i optBlng" for JAM tkKAV>* H. .'le 4rlr, ,Ih II H.s (lil'Iw" the diMl adntlnuriratlon building I 1 (:her HIT n r. will titif "...fI.,1,I mi theIntler' in Miami bjr Leo L-entt! of 1 jIMmil iiigHniuliiHi. Ull."r M>> pro aught 57 mapper and thrn' talk Irln mlnitUn, announce ( i"'j II I WANT ADS PAY
. road" t tomrhl The C.m the Washington. leMUra end Her TIlt aim "t the' tllnir dtrectvd. ky Forty-airywe haws enlesed Jae'IM 37 '.51 1-4B: 141 O. aid. Me*. Otbtxmi had another I B fliol horn mlattom
.',. held wins nr.t i sunk prong rlaon WlcM. at .Ifct. M. Lolls jthd I National Ataornlton of Pn>- the loumamttM whteh betM I 10. II tO \It lilt 3'411 4tlJM.UIOI7 . catch of M snapper and
luinleta M Miami High. Kouthliroward i i (:ardiMla. aMouncat T J Bleier I hMiional natrbtll l raiun, I la tfcMok ......,. : II 14 4'''' 00l l lMn five tads.M. . }
and .Fangs.. d- l.eon |t' iiiparvtaar of health. oral) plijaleal'education |>rof/Mlanal akUli ID U... i .n 114* i'16 Ml and Mr. C. S Jacob and. Good value # with '. a
ThHr only defeat rtiM when for Dade County amateur coMbei of America Girl Cageri to Jan M II-W II \II I 03 0 23W If R. Kmard flabed. Old Rhode tainng i lI
they traveled U Mliml i iMaiHi I/altoa I'4ay .r.' ..,.41/01 l lit UII 7M
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"'de.1ho 'fI 1M Bade ... . MIll tvt) late Mad CM.JM alt
Orawerl dumped* .R4447M ifII'II.'!! ..... ........ ... ...N. Today in Dd TAts *."..:I .f tttl.. tOO ,) (ISIS tajMM gMMper till It. .a|> FRUIT of the'LOOM. i r rj

Hler 'U the Mam Aft II.ILS. Juror Girt. DM}. AmertoMtJktUM, JoelTleriAlrlMt . t f.4a* H rest .. lUdUwlMfti . ';t, t'LW A on ..... ttt ... .w .** .
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fame wilt "rv ede the wrettycuftMrt lIM\e' and O t ORII.04. !. KTMrnl ales taw ...... II test .... '"
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I'liy lii' Cf Tourney team willcompete Mieiaa.N'L. .. .
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MIMII Clo L boys
!. the ensue. baikrtballaparta r.lI. J* r* ( d Irkd P. '
Tel Iwwew HUM tIt9 Otfuert AI lUikrHMI Spark. ) Bay for day fer enter high schools Rle Mcrae ... T}**' ,.I.eiwkr (l4til" weat elb. Shark r
"Mil face ft I Peter and Pout M Dad. County junior high arhool 150 New HiptlsU Are at Miami Jerkaon. Other contesting Penty .gee... IIuw. ...... Oddsee.,,01 River are with Cept Ike Smith sanforized ,t ;
halt horn court Row ...... ..., AM I Iaaxr sad caught 100 of mackaval "
I."'" Friday tl Klnlcrk Park Welcomed by ChurchA teamr will' be Ponce' de ..... ... porno*
tart *>!*./ Mfhl the QM WM Hqmeetoed% A team won a came Leon tVUaon. Jackson Mid Miami *........M.. a. n Add II : ', mapper, redflab. aDd 1IbtepI-
lopped tout Rrvwand 41-43 M j end hit two, and old. B team I reception far 'IM new mem. Hlfh. =::" ..' tUI Mol .i had. underwear 4
= Ikowarda eeign' .w the eftfe kit *a tkre. gama*. bert who have "been received Into The line-up for Momeatead't A ....... MM atw Rw" Lot a t Snider and W H. Yeagcr. 1 1'f 1i
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' Claw D arhool to' In \the A game, homestead detoted Faust Baptist Churoh' wUkin the team M. Rebecee Ik New.Noah. .. Lo_ 0i .lI I". Miami winter" reeldenu, caught TOeheephead
buts rtortda. ,j .. Unlock Ark 15-4., fan)I pan |II month ..II..field. WIMI_ atw, Jeannie Hayes, acer*;I-FaytIhiUard. a.l.-- AM II J4 tnapper end .IIredflah i
A M-potoit storing' **<** by Dub lilt to Lee, l.... Mid to Bryan. day night at the churchAddreeaet . timer aM Joy, Mer.wn 1 ,tia.w.1Ioof" : ., sit :eilst; while ftahtng Tuesday hlgMatwl
Roper,.iltomealead: ea forward, 'III4, ". Carpenter. wai. high of welcome to lievarsus Betty Turner, Mary LouMuaaalwhfte r MuTT? tr *. ***. WI *" ; with Capt. Smith oM of Coot !
proved to "be the winning marginHit worn, ales froupt were made by Julie Taylor Shirley' :;: St wA/.I **"t.. ** ...,. ,
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Grower. led ||..J *l half II 1ft. Via D garnet, Itomeirlead I i I J L. Kelp chairman of the board steer, pone Uwla. Mary Lou -* k Ohs
time.Dr. . .list. to I** l-lfl.. to Klnlork of deaeona Mr*. Kulp, Sunday ....WI'IIIt'e. Jeannle Factor Dorothy rtahlng. was better! the pal Man'in Makes Catch
Pork "-4, and to Urjran, 10-4. I tchool tuperntendviit. . Mr. i. H Douberley, Anita Dell. Mar. week than It ha. been 'in leveralweek In Fishing
naaueleal 111iQ Joyce Ifciuberley' made high, wore PrIMly of Women'. Mtaaiontry tha U* DavU, EffM lUdtord *n( .. Local fishermen hive' Tourney I Y1tii '. !
F TI'Rolla Orrni Schumacher .Is manager I Society, Clyde 9owdlon of the a Roberto De ", ,110. player. peen having nice tutchet from ,' Competing ,In, the 15th annual r
F all 1 JOAlnrore of the A loam, Ruth .Ue li timer T U., inn, n If Sfvenion of Pearl. Blondo to manager .* the Metropolitan Miami Hahlng \ r
r 0 I 1pa and Jeanle Hayet ll tcorer 1'1..It .,- the young people. department D ..."". Rennto Make .It eons I I Tournament, Lawrence Marvin of I t
r I tII I ara Captain' Jtne Thurman, Mr*. W, C Campbi-ll of the Inter' MarjorIe) Terburg timer, and 718 S Krome ave, Homestead\ ,. t
I' pe, '0 __,_ I 0 4 Claudia Campbell, Miry Ann mediate department, and Mr. Doreen Grave Judy Cray, Rely landed a lx-pound. IS-ounce
oris. ..-.I I V IU' Jaiitt, JlarnctU Elalnt l Norwood, 0 _.. .0 0 0Gravse Massey, Jolitinla Mi-QInnlt Edna W, II, RuwI t.n| aev- Beatrice Unke, Phyllli Tea Table bridge Although" U la
0 ..... ... I 0 1Totab Runnels, Ditty Curpmtrf, Gen oral) ..elntlons.Refreehmenla Delta Bernice Taylor, Joyce not top flab In It* cleat, the catch
"'. ... 20 0 41 """Chandler, Nancy Smith MM ) were aenred durIng ichowaller, Joyce tnnli Joan will' earn Marvin an entry award
Reword .1i'0 Morrli, Myrtle Uuynlun) and a ftllowthlp hour In the educational iouddef, Dorothy Avery and and one of the year books to be i iI
F TrSmIth. Louise Smith, "'all\.\ Charlotte Creer, player I cued at the cloae of the tourntnenL if
F .S 0 n Ju Anna Harden li massager I f
''III.. r ._.. I I 1 and Katherine !II.,erl, ra.tln' | of I In the 120-day tournament ,
lust, C ..._ I 0 I Die n Seam" .I'Uyrrt. art Virginia I I opened Dec. II under the tpontorthlp > I i
Rtr.rs. C I 0 IWilkin Sint-ure, Iraq\ faJrilutU, Joys I All Varieties of i of the cities of Miami and ,
0 I 0 4 UUUh.....,. Joan tfciar, Ill'll.I, Miami Beach, awards will: be :
('uU", 0 1 0 I Uavk.., larkle llariravn, ItettyIkiwcn I made for top catches of 11 different / 1'
Mont, U I"1 t Sully Wright SandraOMplry |, species In general, plug ctit- I 1I f fI
Mann, 0 I I 1Tolab Joyce Kanler, Muna Wag. 1 log, fly costing and pinning I l i i 1I
II I /1 n.r, Ann Ilrthune" and Itaikari CITRUSTrees uvlt'ont.H.E.ARNAUD, I ;
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Johnson In SpeakerFor I I I I !

'rC'llbtrrlan :Men\ I I Special By Pmliytcrian Music I Slated Choir I II I 1 ';: !

Dr, J, V Juhneun pnntor of 'lo I 5) Feet High '
WvetmlnMer rreidytei Ian Church Tlie rhuir of llmnralMd Pret ac'cu-rate It S. Krome Art.WATtllMAKER I.I I..

of Miami, wan guit. "mxuXer at I bylerlan Church will prrwnt ""I Conforming" tueetly 1 I
the January meeting" of the Preityterlari anthem ai.rangpmrnt of Fr.nll AND 1

4 Men'l Club Tliuimlny "Llwt. ".I\'h..l'\lum". entitled $2.50 truth or to a itondordlchoracl.rited JEWELER: : Fomoul liigh. .quotiry fruit, of the loom shirts end shorts 'for Junior {\
t "Dr, Jultnwm wit. one of 5000Presbyterian Lov llvln next SumlnynmitiUii , by enocl-
men who gathered kt the I II I o'lltrk .....v"" nary) free from error or Watch Clock end dod....t omodngly" low ,rlCI..,,,II.ct., firm"itllched broodhcloth j,;

In Atlanta fur t grist convention 'I'htolIhpm/ will feature" Mr W. 1 dtfectj preclitj taoct Jewelry Repairing iKerli that will withstand repeated woihtng .nd _orillg.' f
of the club, and lie ahartxl. F Rlrt, aiiprano and/ the choir | Sonforittd, too with rest-proof gripper foitenen and eloitlcwoUl !
the high Inspiration of thai A sermon In prac1lr.l Llirlallanliving ) cirrec.1.Accurate t. on premises.
insets Shim or. thoprt lnlng Swiss rib. Com In today j J
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"'U.etl.1111 lie( men In the entitled "To Deal tlie I i|
local church," report tie. Rvv Devil' will be presented by tlie I DOLL NURSERIES compounding' e( IcarIs Ucstrunif ...or o
Frank I. Klvtry, pictor Rev Frank I. Eh*ry, pantor I your preicription !I. anured Appraisals Made for ...... shirt;49 c .*.I! '" ."" ,hiss" 39 C ea-T ..
Sup;ier was i-rml by i ciimmlltre Organ music by Or C. F Rob- u. 8. I at N.r.hJ..4I11t ot Willing Well Electric: Clocks 1
from the Women ot the Insist will begin at 10 4} a m.Wuiirilpperi '. when you bring il lo ui.VV* I
Church under Uie direition ofMrs / are I Invited lu rome J>'>honc 574-X-J Its only fresh( full-elrength Repaired ahorts,69c ...i shorts 49c eo. 'I j
R Y Burr and Mrs C F early to enjoy the rnunlr and to It. I 'IngrsdinSslhue doubt
\ Itobinava. be cure. o( irltlng i nil\\ ]it. I Fraternal Jewelryof "brief'; 69c '0. rI'.49c.' I
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.1t8lGGERSSURVIVED PonHat'f PopuUir Chieftain! In 1950 DrH TraM imal Ci rcs Coming Here s-l; ap NTlRPRI; SK Friday, Jan. 20 19611PatiYlp
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BY 97 I TM) big.. tent wilt ha *JMM Mike !
H VWiita t% .wrt.. wneia lelab Ce !
The Home Hm ('loin. bllleitf at OmiliU, Saturday, Jan M, tarpltal . k .g
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DESCENDANT'turierel 1 '
t Ih' l irte'l. | IITH' Inn trained Fuixl 1\1 Monday. Jan M.I .
.,"ilmel 'it. '" .,., ""'I" //I "IIIt" I 'the .hua will move U) Mouth Mli KUanlt nub.At I '
1 , ., , ,, nouUH. the rirtw' will lie .oII1nA ; fC Jan tlAee4r
w rIJ1KtiwwL ? 'I'I I" d.I t its e 1,./111 li i milt. nun to appear uiMhr the "Mxwimir- ITVi
aerrleei tor Mrs MnrMe e +t i 10,.,,, I t"t ,.I' I",? ,It,, M"",l.?,.,..1 1 Ho__ i 1, Mtup o( Ihnrayne Am-rii-a I.e.alias sat. up ... Hatnlln dr, and in .a KHrMrta (1MI
..le.leue. e/grema. M wrrr 1..ld. I IatteiJ INial Two ehowl will bet Moth Miami. at the Uftw hall I nty Watt Work 1MnOltlMi
y afternoon In rtr t BliP'\ I .. ..:JIJII-- . presented dally at t:M and at .......
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CftMMti of HeaUeteed MTBinm Set, ,II. M

Afwi MIdi 4ed Monday ltedFlW)In after Jern,. r u...tale. 'tt'r had

**HH Mine* She hid made he" ROOFING ALL TYPESNo
home at II 8. fc !Hc*n<1 av* fo. .
the peat S3 yean Md. II ..urvhivby I SOUTH MIAMII Me... I a* MItheoae
., I) direct deerendanUttflbeafert join too large or too fcmall. r-*iH."AmrrUn. tetUai.

were deacons If WTiT Repairs Modern tquipment. le...lief "IU (Feuds
the thurth. ol which Vrt Dlng,
war the oldest member llun.iwae ) / Insured and approved.For .
directed by ?twit Funerj' j One Day Only
Horn in rttm Cemetery at !'Na rau
I contact call Ilrooker'a fi2 t tot 813B.
r. Twice Unity-tit* sad I P.M
ranja.Mrt. 4
Bigger" leaver .1 .fit
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C. R. and a R. Blucn oHomeatead I Pontiac for 1950 hat many appearance( > tftd mechanical ttumtjri multtnt. tn harpmed tauty M. MOOREOverseas 'Tin mm um ARK
and D. L. Blggeri 01 and improved performance Both ait and ifht Cylinder tnfiiMai again art aVkilabte ta ad Chlcf.'a" ('OM1fQ!
JackeanvUI Beech three dtngh.tera and Streamliner models and the hortr powtr of the etfht cyliader cttilnt his Met Inlreaoed.Pictured .
Mr. Annie Couch, Mn I it the popular ChlcfUifi four-ddor aedan.Tryor .
Mary Alice{ Brother and Mrs. C.
V. Baffin, all' ot Homestead; 10 1--- I Home Bros.

grandchildren great-grand Infant Hurled O'Dn I ERA AT MUIIIIJRE: Two Slain,'One Wounded I I
Children and 11 treat-great.<< New York Mayor and Mr.. Wm. Transp. Co.
randchltdren. AMOng 4ht Brand- In Wcodlawn Cemetery I O'Dwyer, who are. vacationing on I As Negro (!anr] ClashA I i

children who C'III'It here (or HN the Florida K.)'.. attended Matt and Mbboil
I Funeral aervleaa were held In Homestead negro<< a I
funeral wr Mr and Mr David
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Sunday morning
maid to be leader oi
WoodlaWfi Cemetery Miami, Fri. negro ,
Rlchardaon Jackton ,
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While '
Catholic Church hoheywwrnlng
Mills rival were killed and .1 I I
I day for John Wesley Pryor gang t
and Mrs Karl Helenthal of Jack-
I on the Key, Mayor and I
second local war eerlounly
: born eon of Mr and Mr W. W. negro
aonvllla, Da. and Mrs, Melvin 'Mra.. O'Dwyer attended Chrktmaal I. .
Lucy of Jackatm, Mlaa.Mrt. Pryor of Perrlne The babpr war I wounded In a shooting affray late ServiceHOMESTEAD
) Matt at the church Daily Freight
born In Jackaim Memorial Hot ay Saturday night in the Mianegro
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Diggers had marked her
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each birthday anniversary. 6n Annual Azalea FestivalTo Six negroes<< were arrettea .lwI I
Dec 1 with an annual familyWinner Survivor, bnidea the parents
at her home. Born In last I are Mr. and Mi*. t W. Fyo ot lie Held In Palatka three pistols were and kelred a doubtobarreleahotRun after the i ..MOae w.t, ,
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In Creek Stand' Ala, Mary Mag.Malene I'errlne. gnndpcrenkStewart |
1 Palolka, Jan. 19 The tenth clash in which tddle Dltkion ollomentead .
Bart war married In 1880XoH.ll annual Jan 11, under the ati.plcet ef
Digger of nearby HatVhechubbee -I Springer lloadu acalea festival, aponaored by and Robert Redden 01. Florida City Klwault Club, and :
M1A'II"un
the Junior, Chamber of Commerce Miami were tlaln and Chat.
The family lived In ,
Gulf Fishing ProjectStewart will be held In the Ravine Qar of Humeatead war cribs
Mletitfippl II year before torn tally Injured. The shootings wart New Krome Ave. rojeet l I
dent Sunday, Feb 28, at I p tn.
Ing to Homestead In ISIS Mr. Springer<< of Stuart,, for I According to present plant, this laid to have followed an argument North of Eureka: Dr\e) I
.Blgfera, tomato farmer, died KEY
a will dell) MIAMI WESTAnd
I hier Hanmtewt rockiest non-profit activity ot the Jayreea over a $1.050 gambling .. i
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In 1928 j I have charge of the office of Iht'' v.111n\ the largest: of its nature allegedly\ owed Redden by Dirk The S20-acre. tract reported i '
commercial fisheries dlvlalon of ever I\JIAed. i eon UDder development! lest week. by ar d
II. L. Hurnham of Modello J the U. S. Finn ami Wild Life Str- I the..Learter-Riiterprlne: I It 1 located
I Dies at Home in Canada tire In PanraRouIn, Miw, for the on1 rirome a\a. just north of Curekt ; ..
j, purpone of conducting an Millar dr, Inglead of near Rpmortdn Other
H. L Bumham of Modrllo and alloy flrtiliig project In the Cult Inllklta, Indian for LillIe '
fallbrook, OonUrlo' Canada, died ,of Mexico !Heaven according to the develop- P .
Monday at his: home In Canada,' Mr. Springer, who hu, Junt attended SpecialMotor are Mrs. Minnie Mae M.nrredand Points on Florida Keys
according to word received by a school of Instruction In her brother, Walter Van I Trained Animal
frlenda here. Mr. Burnham leavea I Atlanta, will no to Tampa for tflsherlet Noit, both winter residents ol
till wife Mrs. Jean A. Burnham.For meeting before tTxniln Coral dablet.Na7arenen. i
a number of years, Mr and '1 to raacaRoula to aupervlne equl|>> T f CircusTruly
Mrt. Burnham spent the winter ment of the 95-foot boat, OIVKOII., une-up to (Hear Eektl e
at their grove home on Blicayne from which tltey will begin flfhIng Phone 365-W
Tell Postwar
Yin Juat west of the Dixie Highway about Mar I, On SprlnRcd't l JapanThe I

ilaff at the PanriRoula of,rice will admlnlttratlve and Rev. Wm Eckel, veteran for Pick-up ServicePhone art Inconceivable
be three fishery engineer an
of 3d<<1 years of talatlonary work ,
of awitlnk clreus
two clerk
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In Japan, win IJ..le at 7:JO Wedheaday -
Benson Electric Has itpnogrtphera and a clerk typlKt. night at the Prlnrtton acts and artists.
.Mra. Springer and their moos Brake ServiceNow Church nf the Nararefie, an
J Philco will remain In Stuart until the nouncea the Rev, John MiKay, AN oi4t FAIDONrn CIRCVS
Appliances, lone[ .. of .,hoot when they Vlll pattor -WGir
loin Mr. Splinter/ In PnncBKodU Mr reel, who Will tell of
conditlont -
rrlll toll, Pit litWeR I While here. they made their home observed during hit recent Miami Terminal: 236: S. W. North River) Dr.America'a I Adult .t> Ctiltarea lit
on Sixth at. at Sixth ace Tat Inclede
two year In Japan wm one 01
Available at the TO American mliwlnnarle, l .

railed back on request of Oetkniglka . _. .. .. .-- .
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cnurcfiet 'and
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that M 4 UU M aaae ar
1.Iw... weeks car aervlee !I n.l beea ui! .. par. YVeI wake of the atom bomb, and he.alien .
t, are aw ,back, to vermal. ai thank Cur rontomera far RIVES'Standard thoutanda turn from Idols etirz
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i I gallon of Japan where women
ducat while U I cur --Ion. Station are. dlarardlng their klmonat for


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The 1IIIIIIIIIIIIII010UWIIIIII01ll11l1f Tk* IklaMl HNTO. 4akna Ppiww WPPpflR eawdesesd u. OF MIAMI dees not 1 have as deep an Inciatoa Ibis defeats the purpose fill rowIng LEADER-RNTERPRISE: Friday. Jan. 20, 1960, ,
r..1.111e. ..kf. .by IM 1ser.. Abe .. chip of the bark and a tree ready for field planting \ ,il
Leader-Enterprise ..... 1.0.0... ..It (astMMed aria Me OM) weed to Millll (row the stock within a year from eaed. No definite
swelling. .bud. The' Wweed. to kf I .ftplMUM. **.*egree cut at recommendations are avail. storks are used In the red euc- .eerirtePertUlent
rI 20 Years Ag "Mr and! Mr, Oe*. W. >(e. mailed: & step (CM to three weeks dilosltprt.nl. Ounig. .
.... (he <'n
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I w rotai ft., arc announcing! the birth stpr.f by elseeelad ........ tt the.JeM exposed initial will eaMal be the nee bottom Atypical able.to In it profreas this. wriWgauthor et the University! work bore eprewttof). the days when, the fardawf I

i, ,. .. .11 ...... It e.r, 105 ........ ter .. a Hunt nine-pound hospital.son. ." ons.n.. It In that have hardened er are In the drip bud to out of a sis of Miami. both la nunery practice A BMNttfied chip bud hu proven open to the public Md dri., i
A..d last stages o(pink stem. ,from Vt to . successful MM Mock old gardener ezespetatlonhe .
na.. M V.. Mlb lIMo, taM -* MM eve to Ml ..../ and shape to Bt the prepared and anatomical studies on Into on young
.'........ .......p.It ili.i.mil tn. MI tn* w eve "Mr. and Mrs Roy Sincere are H Inch In diameter (larger bud. stock The bottom edge of the phase of the problem.The The preparation of budwood 'Uapparently boiled over wbeo, M hee>*
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M >M. wood too shield ..
live large
K **** 'M" parent of a son born Jan. 10.. ," a ) shield to out with a u degree season for budding to directly essential Mid the use planting name saplings I .,
alDf UMua idea 505*:- TiiSMiff*- Cut oft the l leaf petioles to about slant to match that on the stock. correlated with the availability of gas-permeable rom U advUIbl Individual! brand alone wMki
.....-. ... IWiw .:_ Mr. *fc nil."Homestead's Mr. and Mr* t E. Bailey are h, U Inch, leaving only two or three The bud i* placed In position, of Mad U the crop I I.early *. "Ah! What tect ol trees wy you
t MAUORIIJ LUC'If ABCBEBHuwtae parent of a little daughter, Mildred leave at the termlnaL U the tree covered with vlayllte and wrap budding may be started. correspondingly Mudding docks after the net planting there!" 1 ,
MUw Jean, born Jan 10-.. ." U In good growing condition the The old gardener straightened .
f lllllilfLIiifuIniIIDIlhUllUUHf[ ( { MalT mtcu. DicKwaoirwaanurnoK bud eye will be welled, reedy la three week time the rubber through the wormer a* long a* his back and almost short*
..- ... ....... Twin daughters were born to rUtn hu proved auaceseful M to *
for In tore to three week.
S. t UM If band and vlnylite are removed to the teedi available. This "Wooden 0II.-TII-8111.
new are
mayor ..
Mr, and Mrs. N. L. Heckle 'on puking" bud union There i It as yet
Ti a.,. Livingston, and the newly-elected. Jan It.. .' the tree are hard, an applicationof show whether the bud union has mean an average season of about BO definite method for forcing a .,
II IM C..a/a:::.. II Ml .*. council will take office Jan. ST, I high nitrogen rUIUer to formed Procedure for a rapid three months for propagation by rapid sprouting of the bud-eye on I
0III0W0 rI II.DU.Mi 0 I...4 N1Ni.. ., 1141, the anniversary of the city's Incorporation "..r. and Mr. Roy Williams advisable. Each terminal will springing of the bud on this older the above discussed method. (till older stock Benson Electric Services
-. ".11. r,. ...... In If It. 'The council are parents, ol a daughter. born give five to eight buds and a tip stock hat given erratic multi .mmaryBudding I Radios & HcfrigeratoriPrinceton. '
I I. composed: of f H. Uncle.a. Jan II la 1 Hunt hospital ." bid can be ildegrafted. Very likely these buds will all of mango has been The season for budding is do- J

...... M ....nMr -I.rI man (bold-over), Dr. J. A. Smith, The preparation of mango seeds sprout within a few month, but shown to be quite' feasible if the pendent on the availability of ..... Ill
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Mr. and Mrs O. & Parker Seed.
a tin u w a..t l
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I. f.i d..d. ... = :: f..leclttO. Bill MuMelfthlte A. 1 for itock plant u Important The
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..... .. .".. J. Campbell, K. C. Chronlsler. were among those who attendedthe hUlk li removed by cutting along
Cha. fuchs, Jr4 and W tRheney. air meet In Mleml""Mrs. one suture being careful! not to

. ." Blanch Chapman was Injure the seed The hulled iced )
Florida Common Rose .to placed In a sprouting media
elected president of the Helping
I "Howard Johnson . receivedthe Hand Society. ." such u peat, sawdust or other DON'T FORGET!
By Anal. Marhew flupstrlckA.common highest grade among the 11 : friable material" with the convex TilE MarbicTcrrazzo
e who passed the examination given Mrs- Philip Reams gave a edge upward and about one Inch
by the state. board of I dinner In celebration of
rose-Loretla gave me pharmacyIn party below the mi-face. The seeds ,
the cutting Gainesville . Ills grade wasN.1 the birthday of her husband ."
should be planted In pot, tub,
i Therefore, I treasure II Recently : ." I 'Or.' and Mgr frank M. Kauf or In the nursery row a* lOOn a* to make yourcontribution

one day "County Commissioner J. D. man were hosts at bridge .." they show viability\ putting
I went Into the yard with clippers Redd returned to Homestead . I out a abort (one Inch or 1 less) rootor
I "Mr. and Mr. Chas.. Turnerof
and basket after a week spent wading In the plumule growth This knmedl- 1
With the Intention of cutting a anew at Atlantic City in attendance Baltimore and their family are. ate replanting assures the establishment to
spending the winter" with Mr.Turner'
nice bouquet at the American Road Show of the plant for. the early
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
f. I thought there were hundreds of which demonstrated the moatmodern Ceo. W Turner fir, cf Bauer dr." budding procedure.The the 1950 ,
'I bud.' road equipment and material age of the stork U very I
pink and blossoms
. ." "Mr. frank' Webb has returned
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Important two count Tint, If Let
And topped to admire beforeI
from a visit to her parents, the us give you an estimate on the :
; snipped one' of them, "first of the glade, tomatoes It II used In the succulent red
Then found to were shipped this week when the Rev. and Mrs O. R. freeman of stage, the bud mortality rat.. If
chagrin and
t my "
I disappointment Homestead Growers .Association frultland Park . I very low. Second within lour to March of Dimes. terrazzo and tile work in ,your new

1 That one had only a thorn prick packed two care! . according to "Mr. and Mrs.( Carl Deden were six week from budding" (h. ey4s . . /
: and an empty stem Howard Lamb, preildent. ..* host to the Supper' Club. ." will iprlng. building or in modernizing
your
The of
"The' Homestead Male Chorus, "A' surprise birthday party was high percentage, union
AU the
shattered
petals had fallen
I to the ground.I directed by Irving J, Lyon will given Garland Wynn at his home" being II no" doubt partially due to rundltferentlated the stock tissue's Campaign. present home. Craftsmanlike work

.. know disappointments are of auditorium.present s concert.." In .the. school "Mr Green Rive, principal of and there I I. a broader cambial or .

life a part. Florida City School has been ill growing area. The springing of a F, E. C. Fertilizer Co. guaranteed. Many\ patterns of material
I The things" we yearn for, almost "Mrt. Thus J Mead one of of pleurisy In Hunt Hospital Mrl the eyes may be due In part to
within our grasp, Florida Cilia pioneer residents, Ivan Moaer .to teaching In her the heavy and steady supply ol
Vanish and leave us with a died Jan 17.." place .." 1 food from the cotyledon to choose from.
sub-wound In the heart
The type of bud urea on thl '
age stock I I. a chip bold with along I ,
CITY PLANS (one and one-Jiilf. to: two- As You BuildInsulate \We sell tile to owners. or contractors."J;
Inch) ihleld. The front of the
In (December Continued by from Rtranahan Page One Harris ) Buick and Pontiac shield below, the eye to cut off i \We stock only the best makes to \1

through the bark, leaving I expose( *)
and Co.
of Toledo O, at an
Interest rate of :2 I M2. the camblil area. The clan I Is Inserted I insure quality in .t
Approved by the council were like 1.Ide\ graft Into a Beautify appearance your
proposed! purchases: of government Preston B. Bird Motor Co. deep slanting cut Into the stock I 4 ,
bonds with a $10,000 surplus from extending horizontally about one| buildingv J
third through the item and about ,. .
the Interest and sinking fund ..ndfl.OOO ; "
from the IIrtlMn', pensionfund. two Inches deep. 1 I '. .. rtl" ll 1 f"I ..... .
Genuine Parts A small piece of :SO-gauK vlny With. .
1 lite two inches wide long ) Waterproof '
Plan" for'IIf'Ilin.. up a rlty em and t :'
plo)',"' pension plan were deferred enough to wrap around the item .t. ::,; :: . ;
upon Information from one and a half tlmei I I. wrappedto :
Haycock: that new government t hold the bud and the vlnylite

regulations provide for the extension Service on JIIllakesPAINT\ snugly In plan The film allow '
I/ of serial security benefits the carbon dioxide to diffuse out INSUll Southern file Go.MIAMI
[V i t* municipal employees. but retains the moisture next A rlfly ;
I Returns on the Jan 10 city the bud thus facilitating union of ,
election were canvassed and the the tissues.
winning candidates declared elected Regular watering and an applhcation I wl ?, ;
to office. of starter solution >or a n 3tAP G r l f J I J I ;,

The council rejected) a ''request application of a mild fertilizer to I 2500 S.W. 28th Lane Phone 4.6037-1.4175

by Richard H.DDneracj or Done* ..............AND BODYSHOPf.t the plant at this. time; I iae, good ) !t r;...: LOCAL, REPRESENTATIVE .
van Motors Inc.!, for, acceptanceof -p "' practice. ( '
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his bid to furhtih a IBM! four. In two week the rubber; band Orval M. Irwin, Corn iUh Bt and Old DixieP.

door Plymouth sedan for use of and vlnylite may be removed and ( I 0. Box fig, llomeklead, Fla. I

the police department It can be determined If a .union .", ..
has been mad. -After, another'
NOTICE or ArrurATioM roes week the itock can be cutback ; t :.
n'A..N<.. elr> rosiest. .. to two or three leave and a final I I

tills ALL: lh.1 riCRBONS M. Mim4 AUK:.HKRf.HY,. ,......."NOTI-*'. Gold Seal Used CarsH.DU" prunlng-back'of'the lock to the :
moo mnMMWlim. M liM '(lurk P. M* upper edge of the, bud may .be Phone .
1 III lU Cllr H.II'M H,M:tM4, tied.. made when the bud, sprout li 615Rfor
Uw Cite I Cnnrll will held ..bs..R. GUARANTEE f
i a to rti. n Uw mini, .: IK In three to four Inches long. Ill I .
d..NMd .... I" .... Gtr:, rI M..I.d. It may be added, that the don

MteWise.... tin Up from each bud stick mentioned <. .
(fll' ( TwMtir-* .! renllae Btretnllner ._ ".Uo
III). ..._... .( Block. S W rWiMix .. above can be tide grafted '

_.*...MtoHlni In PI., ....*the IS yet.! Pin Ikmrf tlnl '.. PonU* Terpede l-ieer ...... Into these succulent Blocks with Complete Flooring Service
Ikt PiMto.. Hmmti W 0... VMWlir) the lame success u the bud eyes.
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a In Ik* ml rI DM 17 Feed 4.d 1or .. .
km 4tMHM I kw U In *,.. spring with more vigor than the
Uw I rf Ant.li 4 of Ordi..s. N And
* StS bud Formica Cabinet
.r IM MM MIN tU. (<*!... OreliwiM oft 'IT hick 4-deer,Mdaa. eyes.Mango Tops '
.. ..... stocks four weeks
e COt<< ol Ho 4. riMM over
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as
I UOM! 5.. lor Uw. ..... ......... ..... Is old have items on which the bark .1
4+ Bylck 4-dver
>d lor tier tk OMM loa .. I. aeoanAbeve
1....._ All le/.wd. ... M.. is green with a well defined
.Ho4 M UM4 UU. iMolliw or vrlU hiM cambium and cortical .
a region i iIt's
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ClothMe
1' a-.. or oklorllom, I" 1..5..4. Can rren Local OweareT showing signs of woodlnes... The CAMBER FLOORING
P.M Ikto' 1Mb OM ol JUMTT, A. D. first lush of leaves hive lost their .
JHo, CI.TT, or NoMtvrrADk. reddish color and are maturing Time-Tested! i
r. S.DWAHD I At this stage a slightly different
City I Clrrk. type of bud U used from the ( Homestead Fla.
tit.. N, tt, .IMI ore- When you build-remember, The Insul- ,
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Benson Electric Has an oil-has material, for ten years againstall I

NEED SOMETHING? HOTPOINT weather conditions! Insul-Mastic is ap

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tkides and services. workmen. Insul-Mastle covers any surface: Lawn and Garden"Needs 'f'ffr N'

I' FERTILIZERS rough or smooth. Available in white or ',

a 4-7-5,10-0.10,3-8-8,4.9.3,12-0-10( ,. M'5. 12.4.2, 8-8-8, 6-6-6 Y I ITuklk Ih I, beautiful' pastel shades, Insul-Mastic is )

t 0-11-10, special formulas on request. dusted with a protective coating of mica Power Mowers\ J / '

f rtanuui MATKUALS rt1NOICIDII MHCKLLANCOV8Neetral which deflects the. heat rays! i

f:. Nitrate ef abed.* I'-:: Haw Lawn Mowers\ r .: r ::'
tine sad Lbs. Ma.guua .
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Neutral ta..er M aPeBt Spreader Sticker j '
f:' draoamii Capper A l.n.Ama.elsm Lawn Sprinklers
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1: el fetashEmJee D T bdlalM balnrhSeewna ,on Your Jobl ,. i! Grass Shears? ? !, 1

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0 11% ama hirer SEIV1CC8 -Hedge Shears '
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llraaneaBuperphesphale EasaWesiTexa 1I..iar aptett.d leeet..rythesis. I man .. hit "1 I'
f ..ke.. Wellaple.. feMerLead . led ee DMrltator '.1111...... M $5 e.pn.lee.. .l Garden Rakes 4

Caster IVaure! .ArW.... Prrd.g IAM leveiyAeeto. tpee 4 '(-I"....l""M t

Paltry Masan CalHkim A,......' PickingC.ralaU. Mw. Jest s..N se red Grass Brooms .t
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Seas Mast Now M".....ten. jtxt -..tto I f ft.
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Oil Ksmibleai .re Oealrarl Carelaklx My, so Just Serene aenee
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I Mr*. Nave ....* and *.. S-LEADRU-KNTEnrRISE Dare Ian !8,110) I
Richard have return. (-.

I I Hiram 0. to spend. the. atatont Henry CrtwtkM If IW4:*, Mr. Mr.. IWry. ,NMaanto '
: In and GroundHomestead their horn .SB Gould ac.... ...*> Ml .lt wee* m' 'r ..we aai..... foam Nr -$5 I Car Painted18month
etatour 01 IoIIth Aarrt- send th* Winter to their new Any
. Mrs E. B. Begun of Maftand,
.. San ........ .ham on U. a I at Narani MrrtoUon .
. Pt., and her -Ia-I.w *Mdaughter. to geasrml rrman. tat tUEngland '
Mr. and Mrs frillier
: .her semen ds.ar4mn vi the New I
} : Scott of Beavr. Pa., have been New Yorker on vacation
Power and. Ught 0.
New
visiting la Modello at the home Include Mr. and Mr Edw.
e of Mr BegUn't brother and .> man and Mrs X. Miller ot New '
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Guarantee.
O A. SndtngMr a
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\ Rochelle, Mr. and Mrs o
. tr-in-taw, Mr. and Mr Casper . I .
PhIllP1TeMU
and are Mr tAd Mr*
Meklerbacker of WajrUnd '
Rbabard\ W. Fucht and Ml** Ct- Uwt Comdr. C. B. Reemella Willlamt William and Mr. and Mr. Mrs and Mn.bit Dan left M.... Mary Hanlty of Albany. ot LMU, N. J. i .
4 dlla Olin, respectively president Who ha been suffering from a ,
for horn
Wednesday accompaniedby $40.95
and secretary of the Redland Dla.e i heart ailment U recuperating In Mr. Ben William who will Mr. and Mr*. Harold Rtartck Henry Trotr tt New Yet*.
trlct Chamber of Commerce: are the naval hospital at Key West visit relative In PenntylvtnlaMr of Gary led, have arrived to CIty vHHed tab "week" wtt*.' ; ,
expected to attend dinner to be friends In the R.dlnd i DUWti ,
( : CourtMr. j jVltlUng
Deglln remained to spend lotseason spend the season at Orange
ft.; /01' given thlt evening by the U. S. Mrs Jack Anderson of parkley, tier*. Rearick It Interested In .*-
SI Chamber of Commerce: In Flamingo In Ilomettoad" IM wokIwere 1 "
Mich and baby daughter, Janet tabllahlng an air conditioning .I j i j' 1 j
; Hotel at Miami Beach Oia On-main of New TechBGity I
Marie, and Mrs. Chat Reynolds business her and making this hit .
a. Mrs. A. F. Barber, JN of '
of
W. T. Doekman Sertaa-
of South )l1.mtulted Wednesday permanent boor j i
Mr. and Hwideraonvlll and ton Oregory, (Continued on Pal Seven) '
Hous guests of Mrt.P. with former neighbor In Barber'sparents
M Brannon are their ton and.auahterInlaw Homestead Mrs. Anderson, therorllK'r are house, Mr.guests and of Mrs Mrs.E. J. DyL Here from Ohio to spend the ...........--.....NN.........N\
". Capt. and Mrs. Mill Virginia Khmer of Before their return, they will be season are Mr and Mrs. 0. 4Fos JAMES AltCIIEE SMITH Plastic Seat Covers'Tailored
John M. Brannon and tout Homestead, It visiting In 'South Joined by Mr. Barber for a visit of Cleveland Height, Mr j ,
Johnny and !Bobby. Capt. Bran Miami with her parents, Mr. and her*. and Mrs Best Stlmpson, jr., of IIOSriTAL NEWS: .
.' non who !lat been stationed at Mrs M. T. Kinner, and her broth .. Waptkonlta and IL C. Lahmon '1 1j
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Kelly Field Tea,. will report to er-in-law and sister, Mr. and MfLReynolda. House guest of Mr. and Mr. of Mount Vernon. .. .INUUI.NN.NNNNNNNNIBIr i '
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. California Feb. 17'for tranifer to T- Paul Haley are Mr Haley't hs j to any car. ,
duty la Korea. brother-in-law", and sister, Mr. Mr. and Ivan E. Spnnhotu To Mr. and Mrs Dewey Le\n> .
Mrs. Bertha Benson of Derry and M.... Garland P. Bennett of arrived this week from Jacksonville hardt of Homosiyad a ten on lit(!. 2i
Mr. and Mrs Howard West of N. H, Is a houu. guest of her son- Jit& I
Gumming, a. to spend the season fi
Atlanta are announcing the birth in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mn. Homestead 17.To Mr. and Mr. Flnley Lee (If' :
". of a tin-pound two-ounce daughter C. F. Robinson one-half Gouldi a daughter on Jan. 17. $29.95 .
A even and pound
Virginia Lee on Jan 9 InEmory daughter was born Jan IT to Mr, Mrs It. M. Sloller;; I* expected I To Mr. and Mn. Carroll D w-
: University HncplUl. Mr Mrs.. Russell Schell of Shreveport Homestead Jan i
and Mrs Leon Irwin of Homestead to arrive today from Mountain I kin of a eon oil ,
Welt, a former Homestead resident Is spending a month herewith
hom.1
at the 17.
In Coral Gable Hospital Lakes, N. J to visit '
and his family are living her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of her son-in-law and daughter,i To Mr. and Mr*. Louie Porter a
temporarily at 821 N. E. Oakdal R D. UrotMi. Jan. 17 o Furniture upholstered .
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Newberry Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ilippal of Homestead a ion on j.1 .
rd., In Atlanta but plan toon tomove house'guests ratlc-ata .i .
of Gaare
i to Griffin, Oa. Noel Steffanl, MM ;1-c': USN, Arlington of Mrs. Newbrrry'i aunt' Corban Williams of mark Oak, Surgery-Mrs. Ruth Fowler j I' o Estimates cheerfully given : -
arrived leave 1I0v..ard'Clark.
Tuesday to spend a here. Mn. Anna Drtwdy,
Mn. A. R. Livingston NfL New- Ill. It a Inter visitor
. I Mr- and Mrs Howard Peiklni here with his parent, Mr. and Martha Jean Hlrkaun and '
..\. moved Saturday 'to!* their new Mn. Chat. H. StcffanL Noel recently jerry Genie will Rice be who remembered formerly at made Mist John C. Riley of New York Sharon Hlpiie, Huinvaload; Mrs o 'We call for and deliver '' rBird'
CBS home on the northwest corner ; returned from a cruise to her home here. City arrived by plane Monday pf Krom. axe. and Moody dr.' Japan, Hong Kong, the Philippines spend tome time In one of the Nina Burrows, Hlaleuh. I
and other points in the Pacific Faal-1 I
homeof Medical-Mrt Katherine
Mr. and Mrt. Jack Fink of guest cottages tt rl Rcuoao,
: U /Forsyth of Florida City is aboard the U.. S. S. Fech- Michigan era spending the winter Mr and Mrs Robert J. Hf- Inn, Mil. Franre Caves and ,
f patient In Broward General teler. Julian Trow'bridge, HomMlond; 1, Co.
at their residence at 1020 terman. Chevrolet
new
Hospital .after suffering a stroke Mrs.. Mildred Iwrr". Ooulds; Mrs. j
ot paralysis on Thursday of last Week-end house guests of Mrs N. Krom av*. Mr. end M--O";:: ;;; E. Yarllni Irene (colt Baby Trim Hmkel
week. Mr. Forsyth had been employed Anne Foulk will be Mrs.. Ellta- Mra. Willard Severy,I Phone 98
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r Mrs Don Speth of Davenport, and Mr. and Mrs Ceo. Reiger all| 1'rln.ceton; 107 N. Kromo Homestead
by Florida Tank Lines at beth Fort, Mrs. Mary Faust and spending Floilda CHyl Mr*. Lillian Wil-
Ind,
are
t la., arrived Friday to spend theaason of Shelbyvllle .
Port! Everglades.; Mrs. Lyda Victor, all of Coral at the home of her son-' the season her. I hums, Ilock I lluibor.In --- ---- -- -- -. -- -- ,
Gubles.Mr
in-law and daughter. Mr. and
Mrs.'Frank Henderson plans to
leave Mondsy evening for San and Mm (Harry Hollowayof Mrs. Robert B. Amldun of Vihlen 1

: Aotonl'o where she will visit hereon Midland 1'.., .pent several dr.
and daughter-in-law Mr. and days last week\ at the home of
... Dan Williams of Mrt. John W. Chafer of PerrineIt Another Time The
and Mrs.their George baby Marlon Bruce Henderson, Mr.Modello.and lit. recovering from Injuries received Here Is

: homo. Sunday' In a fall at her

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.\ Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gossman ,
",,'I are recovering from severe attacks

of flu. Anti-Trust Lawyers Were Wrong !

I Mr. and Mn. Nelson Cook ol
Branford. Conn., who epent thrseason ,
It her last year art again:
wintering In an apartment In thi : ,
t Jesse Commas horn.

filed their suit ASP out of' business they hay been making, In the newspaper
Capt.\ Lie Roy Young of For! Ever since! the enti-tt..a lawyer to put
Jackson, S. C., was a house guei! and over the radio various "allegations"about how they think this company doe business

I ,' this week of his cousins, Mr and Pleat remember that "allegations" are charge* that: have not been proved. 1(
children
Mrs. Robert Simmons and -
: Rodney and Yvonne In this cat. they will be disproved.

'. There have been limes In the past when the anti-trunt lawyert, made very damaging "allegation*" about this company,. /J
.' \ Do not feel that you must be skit before S South Mr. and Windsor Mr,. Conn R. C. hive Gully arrived or- ". that lhe'tturte.v.ntuallId.cidsidt' tr.Wittterl( wtlhout JjeviJalianA 'd V* JK"Ct.?.'.f,JC-/*.' }i-I...J JI, t..... "",, Nr, '

t, consult'a physician! Pretend medicine ."- 1 i to spend the, season* here ';,: h. In'our last advertuement w* told you about the lime the anti-trust lawyers charged thai A&P, two .
l\ you They are old friends ot M. E [' other food chain and two labor unions conspired to fix the price of bread In Washington D. C.) . '
'' watchword of tod .
. it the medical y..Tbe Potter of. .Ware HOUR Point, ; i And yet, when this case came to trial it wat revealed that the defendants were actually telling bread ,
/ ?1 physician more concerned in keep Conn., who spends .the winter' v cheaper than most other stores in Washington, and there was ab olutely no evidence that they bad .
? here _. in such "alleged" conspiracy, ,
i' ever engaged any : ,
in health than In finding you '
good .
log you Roger Zwlckey, Bill Legler and /T 'That was the time Federal Judge T. Alan Coldsborough (Instructed the jury to bring in a verdict ts I *.
111 A periodic:physical examination is the best form of f Lyman Ternot left Tuesday for I/// ,, :> .'not wl lt y." "J' /,

health insurance you can buy. If your phyid thinks their after a home visit at In the Brooklyn home of Wit.Mr.. "}M A I It war lot lime he MId! to the nil-trust lawyers t I I'i i If

k need medicine, he will prescribe it. You caD doi Zwlckey' uncle and aunt,Mr and J.' let, you were to thaw f Ai* record to any experienced trial lawyer In the world, t. ; ,, n
you for Mrs. Roy E. Wlttenwyler olGoulds would tell you that Inert; u>ai not any evidence at all i 1
I } i no better than to bring your prescription to us "Honnlly, I have neverin my over forty years' experience teen tried a ease that was ' 'n';: f* .

ot evidence Ait. That it the hone' truth. have never teen
prompt, professional service. Mrs. Carol Rhode of Andover, at ." .lul.ly it"devoid at t) R i'l
Mass, arrived last week to spent one like '
a few week with Mrs. SylvliAtkln .But this was not the only time that the antitrust lawyer made such .er oue "allegations" against ASP" which were false. ;
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AIR CONDITIONED Mr. and Mn. John Sklles have, Again and still again, they brought case*] against ASP and nu(feted defrat "j

arrived from Delphi Ind., for r a A. we have said, we t think you are entitled to know about these other cist*. And now wa ar. going to tell you about :
stay here. &be> sfiviiJ turn the auli-trust lawyers were wrong. '- ."
Glades Prescription Shop
I;;; Mr and Mri. Nathan Arnold "*

,. of Gaylord, Mich. are tpendlni :
HOWARD JOIiN8ON Pia. a a winter vacation In Homestead. Case
U The North Carolina Potato .
s"; II N. Krome Ave. Fhena :
Mr. and Mrt. J. A. Roberts ol i&
A . Macon, Ga, and their daughter,
.- Miss Katherine, spent Tuesdai'
.. and Wednesday In Homestead D feember, 941, the anti-trust lawyers brought a criminal suit Judge W,y4e told to the onti-trutl lawyers

YI, Roberts with Mr. Roberts brother J. H in Wilson, North Carolina. ,( "I have atu;'i.d fists ease from the very oatiet. In my opinion

They charged that A&P'i fresh fruit'and vegetable buying tub Acre i it no tettimony produced from which It can rcaMmtUjr

idiary, and other good American citizen, had conspired to fix and 6. in/credIM', the defendants entered 'into a combinatitm t*

TYPEWRITER JONES depress price paid farmer for potatoes in North Carolina, Virginia' depress or,lower! ",the price ot potatoei.
and Maryland.

t Can it year work a* well and u Gin anyone imagine any charge calculated to be more damaging to a retail "I might toy that I never tried a case in my lite where a rrNl-

.. reasonable at anyone. Why spend grocery buainee that must rely on farmer, day after lay, 'for the 'food w. effort, more work, more investigation had been done, combing ,

yen lie.,..money aad watch eat el Uemetlea tewaiT Keep grow H. distribute to our customer*) almost with a fine-tooth comb to gather evidence, at sons Jon f;'

All makes .f IjpewrlUrt In this case the anli-lruit lawyers gave a story to the newspapers. telling in this cote."But .
'millions of farmers that we were the kind of'people who would 'force their '
.... soot and repaint
.bl. down deprive them of a decent income and lower their Umiliea' at was aid a long time ago, you can't make brick wit!ioed
New >rlaMe lyt wrilerf Maddlag < living .
.-11...... ttaThfte I straw, and,you can'l make a case without lacii"
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AU work guaranteed Estimates charges wer./al... So here wat a caN In which the anti-trust 1 lawyert mad.eerioualy danwfliig
given free. They made thet charge despite the 'fact that k )hat always been ASP charges against A&P in which the judge decided that hare w r. t>o fees ,
\ policy to pay our farm supplier fair market price for all produce lo'aid lo support those charge.
better distribution of it to the spread
narrow
F. O. BM Eta agriculture: through product
Phone 116-R between farm and retail prices; and to help farmer' build better market. That Ie why we say the anti-trust lawyer can b*> wrong and av.

'r for their product ,, 4 been wronr. t. dl

Build That it why many thousands of farmer all over the country are now coming
'; I to our support.When That Si why we say that they are wrong again, just at they were

',,!: Benson Electric Services the case finally came to trial, the anti-trust lawyers put on wrong In the Washington bread case and the North Carolina E

With Our LumberIt's Radios & Refrigerators ai their first witness a potato expert of the U. S.Department of potato, caie. u

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Agriculture.This 'W. are going to show! t the American people that the wit( to destroy AAP"

rrlaeeUa. fh. 441 expert, who was the anti-trust lawyeri' own witness, testified really a suit against efficiency and again real competition
the safest and cheapest in the long run.
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/ that contrary to the anti-trust lawyers' "allegations, the The real question Involved In thle Suit It whether bunesmen! are going fo

Strong, sturdy timber makes strong support for defendants made every effort to help the Department of Agriculture be encouraged to do a better and more efficient Job) or whether we are goingto
50-lb. in its effort to :aid the potato fanner in better marketing let the a tI.tNllawyer.. in Washington blow the whistle on anybody who "

your home-your walls, your floors, your beams, r I.. of hit product and in getting a better price for his( product get" big by giving the people more for their money,

and anywhere else where quality wood is needed. ICE BOXES When the tmti-tnut lawyer'hd put In their evidence and had argued their No one can make at believe that it i it a crime .to try to tell the
I caw Federal Judge. C. C. Wych directed the Jury to bring la a verdict of .1'
f $14.15Overseas MJ tui117.-. but quality oJ at the lowett possible price.//

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II.' Mr*. ,loan w. Hautftlt, MM, MISS FIRTH, SISTER OF MRS. PIUDGEN. t
.r r r 1 South Dade Ir r r r r
Social Events in ranks Installed Chapter worthy of MMran O E 8.of. yes iNn. TO WBD JANUARY 28 IN JACKSONVILLE' ,

tenter aitnotnead Mr mrolttei!
fee ttM MW ),TMrTh Mitt aiadya MUlleent FIrth and School of JnrkMn\ill, she .attended
ectj*>fiiltte tipfjutintjientjMud Clifford Fonter McKendre. both I Unhandy of Miami aMhl
ill} JO ANNE SEYMOUR AND GLENN DICKINSON .U. REITZ INSTALLS BIRD L SHOWElt (1IVBN! MU8. LK1TCH, *- finance MH. ArttHiiwd of JtduMvtfa. oil. l ML ***..** M I been II frequent vltttor htt% r-rc
I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH UTTLE RIVER REBEKAH I FORMER MISS\ FLORA JAVNI3 nRYANTAnnnlhdlmeht Hemndnp,, Miss Marie ItetMIf marriage at I 0'"* MuHaynight it the Pridgen home. 4
WED SATURDAY IN MM. JacksonvillePrertytertan The future bridegroom a
Mrs Selma Rails. of Hometed, Domrid Cooper, relief! Jan. M, In : nttyveteran
Tom. Chapman, MM. Q. Vf Gig Owen Mir nrte' I attended Uatvefalty A
4 j Mill Jo Anne Seymour daughter the mild of honor wore >*>n dlitrlct deputy pretldent, offl- I I. being made of Preamt, .besides. these ...... .... Mn Norfam Peteni ptlleify *- It a titter of M.... Henry PrMfen Florida and played professional t
of Mr. and M.... John Htden mites of roam entembl with elated at the Installation of offl the marriage. of Man Flaws. Jayn doses wide Mn. D A. Mulllhi Mr Walter Wterton' ...... It. of Hemeitetd. Who Will leave baseball tor a time At Dreamt, hIt r..
V! Seymour of Palmetto, become the whit accettOMM and a tonagipr cen for Little River RebekaH 1 Bryant, daughter of Mr. and Mn r Mal Carl Brantley. Mrt Gee A. D. Mulllnr.. ; ways 'nd means( Sunday to also at matron of associated with i Jacksonville ,. ,
1" Vide of Pvt. Charlet Olenn whit carnattont 1 Lodge on Monday evening Mr. I R A. Bryant of Nnja, M John Cods Mr WauMl Pimples MraPalmar .. M..... Hemmlngi Mr*. W. W. honor. Mr.. PrMgen Win be accompanied : plumbing butl_. '!'
"" ttXcklnaon of MacDIll: Field, ton f InV tarnation were. worn by 0 RelU wu aaalited by a staff/ from Robert LMtch, Paler ton of Mr I Peeptea, Mrt. Annie Johns. Bethci, Mr.. Doctor B nnlit..r; by her daughter Margaret I
tot Mr and M.... Sterling" Lamar the brlder oln"! mother who.was Coral Rebekah Lodge. and M..... W. C. Bait of BpM..** Mn. C. A. Bryant, Mr. R. A.Driest flower. Mn. Mulltnt, 711..... PW* Mae, who will be flower I Mr. and Mrt. Fred .t. Filch. ( ;'
talcklnton of Homestead tt I attired In navy 111ft'r, pink dr The wedding took place on Mir Anna Lou Johns and Program Mr.. Pet tIIon. Mrt gill, mad her ton. Hank, III, who Jr, of Narahja'enterUilned at .I
o'clock Saturday evening In er hat and other : tltth.j J>toe. H In Fblkrtoti>> Oi. ..M_ Nasal I Jwhna. Writer Thompson M.... John M. Mill afrve at ring bearer Mr. 1 dinner Monday evening In honorof
llomeitetd Preabyterlan Church navy, IOWA VISITOR HONORED The bride was. graduated. from Sifts were tent by M..... Mae Brown; refreshments. ., M..... Chat.Oualey Prldgen will Join hit family In.J.ckldnvlllt ,. Mr and Mis ruder Scott of
The. Rev Frank L. Elvery! pator. Immediately after' the ceremony AT LUNCHEON, DINNER Redland High School In the claaa Taylor, Mrt Roy E.: VYHtenwylerMn. Mrt. M. L. Lambert, Mr*. on Friday before the Deaver, Pa, ': 'I I IIn
> read the ring ceremony before the bridal couple left by Mr. and M.... Robert J. Pare of of 1919. Th..* bridegroom, who 8 0. Odom, Mn WllbuPeoplet E.: C Crtwfdrd M.... Gertrude weddlnf I.
I ,' the altar which wu decorated automobile for a honeymoon ;on I Miami Entertained Sunday at studied diesel engineering at Miami Mn. T. E. Lee, Mn Stafford Wllllamt; Chapter room, M.... Other trlelllberl'Df the bridal t
II with whit chryttnthenumt the Weat Coaat flintier Ih Tionor of Mr*. PtrelrrandrtlotheY Technical high School I* Bryant, Mrs. Edw. Under- Bethel, M.... BannltWr, Mrt party, ill dt Whom /livt In Jacktonvillt .
% and gladioli In tlienflatir' *. Vpdn Pvt- Oltkinton't return Mrs Don Speth of employed in conttructton Work wood, Mra. John Fore Mrt Hemming*, Donald Cooper will be Mitt Donna. Bel-
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Vert" members of the family tnfl Id guts, hit bride It expected to Davenport, Iitt who. la vIsitIng Mr and Mr*. Leltth art living In Luther Strickland, M... Tho. Registration, M.... Hemming, ot, mild of honor; M... Bernard Reliable
Given in marriage by Lamar with him family, until \living accommodation Mr. end Mrs Robert Amldon of ton.A Mrt. Gordon Bryant, Mrs Otht Mitt Btihori Florida Eastern Star Sweat, brldeimttrofii; Mist Smile
"tolckinaon, Jr., the bride Wit at* art available at Vlhleit. dr. shower In honor of the bride Underwood\ Mn Robin Bryant'' fnagtlne, Mrs J. W. Moore, Mrt Murray, bridesmaid; Richard Me- .. .
landed by Mir Rosemary Dick MacDIll Field.A On Tuesday, M..... Speth was. wit given recently by Mn. Lynn Mn. Virgil Sanders and MnMary Donald Cooper Mrs Crawford; Kendree belt man; and Horace '
Inaon titter of the bridegroom, native of Homeitead, the o honored by Mrs J). E Vihlen at.ta unabUry, M.... Bobby Flatter Drooker. endowment fund, N.... Williams, DreW, lames Sweat, James Bar- Radio Repairs {
%i maid of honor. George F. Dick- bride received her education In luncheon given at the Vihlen and Mr.. John Kuhn at the Lou II' M.... Lambert, Mrt France Hobb,, Kit! end Ray Dorman, u.hert. ,
lawn was bet mm for hit i lonmtead, Redltnd and Fort home on Epmora dr. Guests wen >try home on Naranja rd. Cut SirMtH Mn Dethet, Mrt Outlejr; historian > The bride-to-be It k daughterof
BENEFIT Tt'RKFT
I brother 'Itrce kchoola. Mr.. John Jensen Mrt. Edw. Jen flowers were used tor decorationof Mra Thompson; examination ! M.... Harry If. Goodwin and
The bride wit lovely In an The bridegroom lived her all neat, Mrs. B. O. Sates, Mn. Mar the roamt.Brldal..mH. PLANNED FOIl tilt RSIJAV all part worthy matrons Bernard E. Firth of JacktonVllle.' 141
opus gabardine null and a pinkfftheface I hit life and attended Homeitetdn shall Slider, M..... Edw. Vihlen and contests were At a meeting Monday afternoon and worthy pitroni A graduate of Robert E. Lee High Hacked by I

hit trimmed with a .,h School until hit enlistment and Mr. Robert'Amldon.,. ,, enjoyed .t the home of Mra. Chan. W
I titlf-trtith of pink roan and In the army almost two yean ------ -- Lelby, member of Circle One of KMILE ROURE, PORtRAlf PAINTER} 15 years of experience Hied' beneath the chin with a veilIng . ago. Aft !r Walt training at Fort
; rim McthndlHt W. 8. C. 8. made I I j "'
bow Her other tcceatorlet Jackton, B. C, htI was aHlthed IWWEN.MOORE MARRIAGE\ PERFORMEDON I >lnni for participation In a turkey tO GIVE ILLUSTRATED. TALK'TO CLUB M
1 'were white, and her:coruge wit to the medical corps at MacDIll JANUARY 10 IN FOLKSTON, GEORGIA supper to be served by the Your RCA Victor U.

fa pink 'orchid Field norMy Thursday evening for Emile I oure, Miami portrait be the April Instead of the January Radio and Television '
Simplicity marked the marriageof parent to Homestead where he benefit of the building fund /painter, will give aW lllustrited meeting\ .
j iMALLANTS-MESKI WEDDING SOLEMNIZE)) Mn. Carmen Benltet Moor has taught clastci In Spanish lairs. O C. Bye led a devotional talk on portrait painting tt the In the January notteti I SATURDAY IN KEYS METHODIST CHURCH and O L. Bowen both of 110m,. Mr. Bowen came here In 1921 tcrvlre before the bunlneit sin meeting of Homestead Art 'Club' Will be Mrs Caves Mn Sarah
.t..d. on Tuesday afternoon Jan from Metier Ga, to open the ilon. Present were IS member at 6 p. m. Monday In. the, home Hottettei1 Mn. ln Link and
10, In the parsonage of the Folki barber chop which he operate at end two Vltltort. of the club president, Mri. W. B M.... Jeer tJotafittn Dodd Radio & Appliance H,
Mn, Margaret Pttterton Meikl gatrd't reatiurint !In Ttvernler, ton Methodist Church' Folk.lonI 20 S Xrome.REDiAND. Cake and coffee wore tervedplnitlc Caves bf 71 N. E. loth tt
'of Taucrnlor end Ffink 4. "...11. "I the the bride ..han.*" la a gay .. I Members art requested t to notea A group from the club plant to Phone till
0117MallanU Gs.uiw ter. Henry b. oupo, tot K. Krome
:"MIj;; newspaper: *hdtidlo quit black. accenorlPt and whit.; pallor, officiated CLUH TO TWO MI GIRL change from the year book attend Eliot O'llnra'i Saturday E:
outdoor editor, Wen united orchid corsage for their honeymoon For the ceremony the brld! I HELP I IlChdule. Mri. Robert J. Heltler- water color classes In Coral
in macn ail at I o'clock Saturday trip to the West Coait Upon wore i black end whit eniem- PAY EXPENSES AT CAMf' THIS SUMMER\ I man, program chairman, announces Gables, ____ r
In the Matecumb CarlionMethodltt their return Mr. and Mri.Mnllnnti The meeting to be held Ir I Ia
Church it Jalam r.da. will live at em a a. W. ble.Mr.. and M..... Bowen are living Rextlond Home Dcomonftlrnllo{ pUrR!-. and shopping bugs at Mrs H. C, Conord'l home will
The Rev J. V. Jone officiated 16th ter. In MiamI. In apartment at the home of
an to be hl'ltJlok'r
Club will pay half the expcnxei at t work meeting FoodFried
1 Mrs Phelps McKenney end Robert A daughter of Mr. and Mri.Dnnald Mri S L. Kendrick of (OS: S. W of two Redland 4-II girl to the thin month MRS. nrftSON TO 'tALK Home-Cooked
Lynn tang to pagan It'com.1 E. Weft of Tavernler, the Flat tL club this lummar, club I/itralurcd/ ai new member SHOW SLIDES OF JAPAN
camp
panlmeht played by Clark Flora bride It t former manager of theUpper A daughter of the late Dr. end members voted Friday at their' were 1\1.... W. Vain Lennon, M..... M.... Dnnlel Tvenon ,'of Miami Chicken ;
and Mn.. Marian Berlrum The Key Chamber of Com Mrs Ramon Benltei of Home- Mri E, Run- a SpecialtyHot
meeting In the Lines Den. Mr!' Curt Tcasclcll, A. will give a talk :on Japan illustrated "
bride was attended by her dater, I merce.. The bridegroom I I. t put lead, Mr*. Bowen wit born In Stanley Knox 4-11 chairman expressed yon Mr.. Dora Spcth Mn. HQ by tlldet it I meeting! of Biscuits with All Steals\ 11&
Mill Ellubeth Ptttenon and I president of the Florida Outdoor Atlanta and received her educt the appreciation of the Curter, Mrs. K. R Linke the Women of Homestead Preabyerlan Home Made Pies
Robert Lynn wti best mfin. Wrlteri' Ainoclotlon and of the ion In lilt schools of Qatneiville, t\
Jack .
,1 girls for the club'i efforts In and Mri Henley Church at 7.30: p. m. Thursday -
Ushers were Frank Shober, JameiCollint I South Florida Anglcri' Club. Fla. In 1921 the moved with her
make the Christmas In the unctuarjr. Membenre
helping 4-11 business hot
After t acmjlon
Robert Tidier and John ,
J.III.I. I' party a lucceM.Mn. tea and cookies were nerved' by Invited to bring their bus SLIM & AMY'S RESTAURANT \
\. The bride wore an aqua eniambi. i I SLIDES ILLUSTRATE RYERSON'S TALK . E. L. Summersett membership Mri. T II. Grifigi: M.... E. A. bands and friend to the meeting 1
chairman, presented Ennlt, Mrt. Wm. DouRlli and Cue will be provided for tmallablet.
and I whit orchid corme CLUB I V. a. I III" K Itannlead Phone 151-t
GARDEN t
I ON ORCHIDS FOR S. DADE
members and visitors with Identification l Mr Roy W. Harkncu to the SO After the meeting, Tereshmcntt .1
\ and her fetid of honor woreroftee .1l'
-nrloredwtepe with brown I tags cut horoe-ihoo vhape,I member prenent will be served l'CJ i '
orchid 1 A talk on orchid culture by for the annual spring motorcadeof and bearing the number 13 ai
N Miami Rotarians and to guide good luck tokens on Friday the '
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After reception at Henry BoMRft. Daniel nyenon, Richard rd. '
orchid grower and shipper, war the gueita on a tour of the gar l>th. VisIt Brand New Portable Electric ,
Illustrated by Mri Ryenon with I den. Mn. Seymour Dane, home
BLAKE HAS Lt'NC'IIEON eludes of different orchid tpecleitt Introduced at new" member of management chairman spoke on
1 IN HONOR OF MRS. HENftOHMri. "' I the meeting Monday night of i the club were Mr* Oda Zachry, Ironing and proper une of( the "BABVLAND"Infant '' $ r'
D. P. Blake, Jr, entertained I South) Dad Garden Club at R 'Ct. Mri. Homer Htlcllp and Mr. electric Iron; Mr. E. A. Carter, I bem24kc .89.95
Wednesday at her home, land Fruit and Spice Park. Champhe'y, fiutrltlon chairman, on the pur- I
Southerner; \! In honor of Mr. Given ai door prliel were a Party aandwlchet, coffee and chase and uae of applet; and Miss Shop and Photo Studio j i iII .:
Iterlha'Denaon' of Derry, N. H., oattleya orchid prim dentted by cookie wen nerved by the hats Eunice Grady, county agent, on SEWMACHINESNew ,
who it Wailing" hare with h r, the Rytraont and won. by Mr.I Mr. and Mrs Meluner anti Mr. limitation Of old Christmas cards >. Krome Ave. lloroeatead Phase M I matMm for rent : t.Atl t.
ton-ln-liw and d.uahte'Dr.'/ tndMr Hirald E. Kendall' and two VInlll -1 and'Mr' A. Mottlri, I "I. lot make mote stationery, place 4Children's make. repaired by faHery-lrahtel mass
*. C F. Robinson orchid plants /donated cords, talllei and Christmas lags. I ; i
The luncheon gueitt were Mrt. Dwlght X. Wtrdliw and won 11'1 PRINCETON CLfJBWOMEN; Mrs Del Woods demansh'atedmethods Wear to 8 YearsShoes HARRIS REFRIGERATION} CO.

M. W. Kent Mr., a E. Trotter Mr. Francis B. Lincoln and Mr.. I DO TEXTILE' FAINTING of canning and quick ; Gifts and AccessoriesYour 14* North Krome Ave Phone fel e '
Mrs J. M. Holferty, Mr. Robin- Carl V. Martin. I Members of Princeton Rome freezing. Toys ,
ton and Mn. Ella de Young.PENNSYLVANIA Three! orchid corsages, given bNiton.tr.tlonlb did textile Mill Grady told of a Utility ).!
by Mr. and Mra. Ryenon were painting/ Tuesday In the Princeton apron contest which will be conducted a
VISITORS I l'l'ltlnlect. Cob Went to Mr.*. Fin Church 1 of the Ifitaren Thoie by the Dude County Council 8tb,'* Flmt. Photograph CbrHpllmentaryWe I .
HONORED AT FISH Farr Icy Geiger a* the oldest peraon present wen Mr. C A. Bryant, and ,inked club members to Ah Da
Mr. and Mrs Casper WIlII.m.1 prevent one to Mn. Tho Champ Mri. Ralph Hunt, Mr. J. E. bring flower, pl.n.fIn.. .. or CAMERA REPAIRING DEVELOPING. PRINTING taD
ai the moat recent bride, and Campbell, Mrs. Leroy Chtfnbert\ shrubs to the horn demonetrilionexhibition b 0It
: ney
entertained at a flab fry Saturdaynight ,
PICTURE FRAMING.
COLORING and
ENLARGING
one to Mrs. Herman Hetntetn It Mrt. Geo W. Driggera, Mrs. Mae booth at the Metropolitan
In honor of Mr and Mn.
club president Taylor, Mr*. Fty Hutchinson: Mrs, Flower Show to be held a4tom
Frailer Scott of Beaver, Pi., and
. McKay Mr. Loun. it Dinner Key In March. ,
Mra. E. B Beglln of Midland Pa.Preaent At a short builnett teuton, Mr* John Lynn - --
HeInlein lhndtinr! th.th' club bury, M.... Jobs L Murray and Member planned to make , , ,, ,, ,, C Clf
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Honed,,were Mr. and M..... Harry hid been asked! to furnish lunch Mr*. K. C. Crawford. ELECTRIC RANGE 10''

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Mrs E, J. Graham of Panoketi, I Benson ANNIE MAYHEW> FITZPATRtCKKedland
their four children and Mr and HOT1'OiNTAl'CLiANCES ""

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;' a f. W. C. TO HOLD G1 MES PARTY MONDAY t'HOIIUt' WOMaN MtrrOr I 7-LEADKR-ENTERPR. ISE FrMty, .JaR >M.! 25?


: TO RAISE FUNDS FOR NEGRO HOSPITAL AY MMI*. J. D. RadII' InnLMr and dtib Mr. J. A.I, FLORENCE I cLAHEllAllvERiLSQIG I WAUt TO I TOW fNa ... IlaBaraagi OB TJ S. 1 I., ttiiM Nile*. nerd

..... pAHIy-ma.iiaiMal ajvavlROOM ill )lloaaamnaa(, *mt. taw. *., rurnlatted -
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A card party for benefit( of the ClubhouM Receipt will be uaed' Daugherty were I S big' porclMH. Total price, 1M ft. on highway' mil.
tunll' .l Unroln Memorial Hasabut to buy uphill tile for the clinic day night to Circle Two of Fir* lit .... able business. l,700 Will teletreftar
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will be sponsored blh. for which Methodist W. 8 C 8. at the Radd. : Invite you I ITMWan .
JahMUlM, door end ECHOI JOKOANHaMkrtned ar ear ta .*... 100
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I Ifome'IHd l Business and Profes- MTeen have been provided by the home on N W Fifth at Mrs I "- .'Of never 1%. .... Mr.. Allan. Johnston Ph MMI .
JI n.1 Women Club III l H odockland. club. Claude I Chpplayekvolterm.l r*+trt +
( ., night in Sacred i Heart service. m"1111 wkfh)I 0 arlterti .-.. I 1/N/)
,.. Player are liked to bring their of Love . ,'' The aoctal atrtk*' e Cards of Tkankc CONCUft tuoaat ..n. star. Far Bale 41 acre high pine, flOOd
own card for canasta, bridge or listed SI vista' n tray.' rtMe1. Bier* ta, .Na.. ..,., ".' .. for ata'edos. mania or lima. Bait gttde lentil**!.
fcjn'tCH WOMEN TO BEND other card wish report I .. II r. M. Dally .... .................... : real
game they may _.It... U7.8W or ran
I'1 II card and II bouquet. Bandwlcha Plioneltt.BEAUTTFVL. Call 44I-J-I or (Qlltf)
'5- T$ TO NEGRO SCHOOL to play Door and table prier and hot chocolate war far WO; an sore .
will be given Member of Aw family rtChartea
ECH68 JORDAN
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; member of Elton Mo raved to the K preacntThe .I T Fuck Kekwewledge Smell dome 01I acre just out .
Circle of Silver Palm W: Mr. Stella W. Harper will be group wa Invited to hM with deep |i atltude your ands- ORCflrfJS avails*'.!. Me llemeatead Total pale RKistnMBroker' fh.,,..*

will bring a toy to the : hoaleai to Pint' Baptist Dortag the Feb. II moHig at the. Imme GADDIT I'OIlA IIIIOP standing and sympathy *a beautifully at all time. nomealeal Floral 1s... ,1
J' meeting to be bunt to the; Clan 41 o'clock Thursday aftetoMM of, Mr. Desist Cmlth with Mt i expreaaad to them In their and Om Shoppe. IM N.W. Ilk at BEE ECHOI JORDAN maa.m. .nr
1 Boylan-Haven School In tt hr home t.| N.t.. Smith Mr. H O. Thuri4n and 111 N. Krone As.Leased 1OftItW. and Gin Shoppe. Ill N W. 1ml Iteglalerod. Disbar Ph. '.- Ilea). Warren MorrU
., iponaored by the Eighth IlL Mr D. S. Vhltaalde al hoatea-ta.I I
Church At the meet ,,," ( .. SisrewceSrbamarhee ......................."'......... Registered Real Estate\ Broker

'bag will be nude for' MISS LAMIIERT\ GIVEN 'SKATING PARTY I ) Wa with to thank our friend* For Sale-Real! Estate FURNISHED 1-betI1Iome,

; use. ,I I anti neighbor for the klndnea* ...................a&....... newly decorated near aehuoLItloed 10 area' glade land at later
toweli were brought to SUNDAY NIGHT AS IHIITHDAY SURPRISEIn I and sympathy extended to u* In at $Uts ntA FINANCED section of ailed rd. and travel

I the meeting Tuesday night In the our bereavementMR. INCOME POSSIBILITIES Near at only HIM per rd., $1,000.
church and hemmed tor UM InV I and MRS W W. PRYOR month
honor of the alkteenUi birth- Mia Francln Bryant Mia Jua- Krom end school: l-bedroora
!. church kitchen. The group : day of Mill Katherine Lambert, nlta Rowe, Mia Gloria Sage MR. and MRS I, W. PRYOR frame home extra apt, I screened NEW CBS 1-bedroom home, 10 rret glade land fronting DA
torapleted the study of the book '
jThe Ecumenical Church". 'I her mother, Mr. M. L. Lambert Sonny Bobby Moore King. Clayton Earl Perry Crosby Ray .............--.......... JU porchea.&O with Completely I1.600 down furnlatied., balance ,Jurt, completed. on CORNER ailed rd. H.006.

i Ambrosia, cake and coffee were. entertained Sunday evening It t a hence Lee, Stored Schofield. For Rent like rent. LOT lOUllt. Large living and Ml 0. Crease Ave .... Ill

erved by the hostess, Mr.*. Alton aurprlee abating party In the Star- Johnny Hendrlck. J. B. Barfield -- -................................ SEE XC1IOE JORDAN dining oak noon room; tiled, pine kitchen paneled and; I
Btsser.IN. land Roller Rink. and Roger King RegMered' Broker Ph. TdlJGeorge
Gueit Included Miss Jackie Mr. Lambert wa assisted In Service bath; many large rloaeti;
Everett, Mill Mailena Keen, Mir entertaining by Mr. Louise' Immediate Brand new efficiency! apt, for aluminum window and screens 10 acre on Bauer dr. |Z80 M
Hilliard. ,rent $::10 per week, furnished E. Deuel well and the root BEAUTIFULLY 10 01 Epmore dr.
Dottle Turner, Mill Judy Gray, Everett and Mrs Leo. property acre. acre
U S. I near Ice plant Call 1 al built 5-room frame house with FURNISHED at only 'U,' o. $1SQ an acre. Lot on !Redlaad ,..
r AND AROUNDIIOMESTEAD Reasonable Prices or Nile 234-W. (JlOtf) alt modern convenience and CHOICE LOCAT10N->peauU. near Bauer dr. MOO. 1, ... Bauer,

I Needlecraft Newscg panel of land tI'ontl112 ft ful S-bedroom CBS home on Rl I, Box 4M-C, Homeitead, FU.\
For rent: Room, single or double on Redland rd. and GOO ft deepLocated I large, nicely landscaped corner .(POO)
: t () ] [) Quality Workmanship Ph. &< -a J20)) Just south of Coconut lot; c.rpol'.IOUII.a:

by Nan axtery Palm dr. Few fruit tree'" cruise porch, hardwood floor, tiled Small HOME: on I A. good *oU,
t l\\ an heater. 14,000 cash or $4.250 roof and bath and MANY mostly ararlfied. IYult teeae
I ENGINE OVERHAUL Studio collage, all (conveniences term Write or call R. B. Chapman OTHER UNUSUAL FEA \paved road good *.uo..'' 'Tsai
.. l-aii.t..' .""i.I..| ***? utilltlc Silver Palm dr. Ph Hialeah FU ($J20): ) .
(Continued from Page Five THE: HI *\nut\Ht. *-'-'ll .* e a tog way ea 0 TUBES |l 10,110O-< nrA financed price 14,ISO.
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aol at yea eke' bare ewe Ukm e mne in the *biN1 will' frUiT ems BRAKE SERVICE J48-J-S. (0OU) ] t f) ':.. SEE ECIIOE) JORDAN .
,!ield, III.. Garland Meyer of KBI B, >*< Lam, (h..e an nlwni( bawl fee dMwMlH thrr .. re hit;
:' _Avalon, Wi., and Stephen P rpr* iMrrrdinii imiilw MrmiifiMnrts rlrw rwnkimWMM Mil a. ss'li. J o For sale: Tropical Shell Shop NICELY FURNISHED l-bed- Registered Broker Ph. 7W-J
Gorton of Hendersonvllle, .ml..7 ftlrin ..lih r*" ansi) rmn|>......., charming _It.. DOlt %..... fir' MOTOR. TUNE.UP. Nice newly-furnished 1'01IIIfor I business. Fxrellent opportunity, I room home on 4 lots; acreened!
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I>H yes cave IkM ("linglot o or gentlemen.. Private shower, with tire ....... -
priced )low. This season' profit porch, living room
Mrs. W H. Booth and her eWmhta, n It seine. FRONT END ALIGNMENT private entrance corner tat ave dining large kit. Lost
place room
,. brother, Sam Umphrey. former limit. .lrintr M rm l at h*y dcwliprdami *.. .tram t FAINTINGV o and N. E. ISth at. Ph. 854-J after will price. more Increasingly. than pay poor purchase health rhen and laundry, carport ..1141Ilu.l. ..,. ... .a.....a a...a..a...a......

flomcitead residents, now living any stet oabj<'C4. Abvwellrmply 8.30: p. m. J20)$ ) force quick sale Rent on build- gars EXCELLENT:
Jn Brsdenton Bench, were Home- deal lee.) rhnt. t- .Law to oy I ng low. Fine chance for lunch LOCATION Priced at $1,500 Loati Lo ..ba1n4 black 'aettr*
{ )lead visitor this week. They d". n'kw' e"( a BODY AND FENDER For rent: Furnished room or fruit stand In conjunction: with with terms.i.beelroom .... AMwert to Mm e* ",11&".
here accompanledj by their broth ps.fewieaalls4areyea nnhas. { REPAIR or double, lip week Mr : sou\enlr (plU) Reward for Int_...... leadingto
er-in-law\ and abler Mr. and Mr*. y.ar Len" lsdhagshe : o dr. Iln'l'l homo In Florida Ida !Wevl'r,. Contact W. 1.
album Pierce of Bradunton way.*: west y ae k yew I* I nyM V.Vx'rt x SEAT COVERS Collind highway, Blvcayne at Modcllo. and Ph. I II City, hal living room with Bird. Ph. II *r ... (355)I)

peach, eVrarMiM" olmi yea!lice o JI3tf\ ) fl""IIIII'dlnln, room, kitchen I I
a pinwv plan' .ta year wtad.Ami CrnOUTERINQUNDERCOAT1NQ I Vet' Paper. Notarlited. Free) and bath; separate garage; .... ..... ... ... ...... ... .
Here. to upend the season are vIa| asses at 4omikiww b o I I II. very large lot with fruit trees, Miscellaneous'
JM< hew eke. wmU Jprtolrs/ apartments! Mr. Maud Exclusive Agent fatMrii.
tfr. and Mr R. K. Mr.
Shaffer shade and ihrubi. fa. OOl|
lid Mrs Del \Hoffman and Mr. 1 Ilk* IMT Lean. er......mrata 0 Chandler hllver Palm dr.. 2nd .... .........a.4. . ...
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..'! FORCELAIN17INOLUBRICATION house w of Tenn rd Ph. 477-J-l I. K. MEYER
} nd Mrs. P. Bullock all of De- But\M'rMpn.linLMarhen 10-acrt' PAYING! grove on
RADIO ntPAIR Quick aervlee.
IIIMr o road, LARGE:
slur well-travelled
we .101; ,1Le admrilini M, PrlCM I
see .builiMi do ivm car Room and board $12 wk. Ph ROADSIDE FRUIT BUSINESS. All work guarinteed. i
*. E. W. Sir ono of Carolina lairs I* a laps! drpr. 0GENJIt.L 103-R. (m20tf) Newly remodeled CUMI'LETE. reasonable Robert J. Brook.,
I' : REPAIRSo I II Customer( want 40 or more Robert rd Just north of Palm
ach, N. C, were recent visitors I'rrluH: ywiVe ilvM year LY rURNISIIEU t-bedroom\
fat the home of Mr. and Mr. Ceo. h-m It wine hmirliaU fan o acre East Glade home, workahed and 1"1" Drive Florida City, Phone\ 134-W, t r
I brad that the tI
nithini wily OOMTUCTE BUMPERTO.BUMPER
1W. Smith. h 5e fw.M drear For Sale I Miscellaneoiw I Pmiect waiting with cloth II,6K( ) TERMSI! I
pain SERVICE I |
'ir7".h" :; ;.;.:iihhe;!; .led thing' eat, the,why" wm deride M a diylirdrMwIi : II for one, two or three acre. I Homestead GlaM Co-Olaa* lor
1 Mr. and Mrs S. D. Smith have ,. de I. II large sb.M' di end deed.ea .. nmrk. with Mr ",II_! o parcel. WE HAVE BUYERS FOR THE all We do elm cent
arrived from North Carolina to Mmrihiiii ih.t It toed, .km wllki li'i always .>.U. birr, MI 4n a parA BUDGET FI.A< IF PFSIRED I \ FOLUOWINO! purposes.and glaring of all types I
spend the winter In their new imir ImHfrt. Ewe: wish Mrirf' 'KudrtlimluliMiii tam w rkild1. ramA rAY AS sOU DRIVE.WRECKER Flower! plant*-Alter. Queen I Furnliihed 2-bedroom\ horns gluing
CBS home on N. E. Third ave. In you MM mel. year haw, .. JwJ. trilftt.! rte rag will e41. o Anne'i Lace-from George nailseed ExrladveOver In \Homc t ll'lld at $1,DUO down! 201 N. Kroroe. Phone 171 l
the seed rhHwIni. .plan In Ik* wield r frinxllMrN I End The !\ERVICIBird lIe doren. Dfigclmsn 1,000 feet lUinlne Frontage *
., Mr. Smith rkrrtAl CI'OW'I : month.flbedrnom .
was and fSO per
employed for yoi sml ymr family. W fu ::Iiloti. over 300 feet .,1I on U
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and rug U i 0 nut Palm dr. and Tennt' rd.I{
a* a carpenter
con. If think shout It ." rail etiullymk I S. No. I UK) feet of It
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yea over nn
make. . ,
tractor. Mrs Smith 1 J. abler ray tbry an re nn. howquickly After S p.m. (pj20)] ) home unfur- Myrtle Rcauty ShopIII
a of "' *ul your sea ImilfH. lrrtrhlnituliMitiitra. . .. Yea mir do. Highway No. 27, at EXTRA :
Far .... they | run 8. FUgler. Ave. UN*. .111llrlrne
1".1. an Ihrreidrsi tilhhed, 15000Sbedroom: ,
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rag in thrrr rfiwlri. mt I lilur' w .pink E-Z term Price less hun I
Homei that. you misltt inv-vlifale Leak and. Whittlet. yw ni A T.a.dstb",. Chevrolet Co. PHI Rototiller, power tmer'l 111' .SO per front font Ihokemcooperate Carte CoM Warn
II viqiiintrd' fHrmlura .in lie. Mweaand whirls. y..i nn to.y in year m.west used 60 h..... $230.: Ph. portly furnished! Baroness ,LN, p-Mhes. III.Emprrw 1
Mr and Mr, a W. Glowatdcliav romptrc. "prim Bjr doing seats .. hone for IDUOU) with 1,200\ ) Ill
ilia. kst.hiug. .. wrk yMiiwIf PM chain; w diVMtmrM IM -yvntl hid IIT N. Kreme Ava.rbene 020)livft. )
| returned from Northamp add' rvml' entr nlrm ofrativ (yea. deis lndbsdsg'Lae. wall .uS. le N n--'ea4, na. Lou In Florida City, nothing down and $00 per month. Myrtle Bamfalker. Maaager h
lay Mass, to spend the winter a,'aw eaam.Iloe1..rA.d ::: ta ann. h' M say w *..l t. dv4me .. tr.ller.1 down IS nvinth. Buy Slips.end w
: .tiere In the new home they are. ... smrtirsl" ...lue lit pitta'Tlin . ibis *'i"|*" f"l I1RFMIHC: Kit II plywood boat and per FOlt COMPI-ICTE REAL I rI
i building on Hibiscus ave. Mr, and, t-"oJrI., er wall ............ If tM wesidlk..a| tusreAlu.laLtaii4 o ||100; aim Johnson 8 'h. p. out.*I, put Uient, teUtpdcwtot.sway for| yuurgrandchildren ) ...m4 ""' .! .. -t., fMmrml I 1 ,got5&CORATNa!: '
1 Mr Clowatskl, who have been . rm very cleric: donUc far dirmiam (r OTakNin" lh WanIan 22 Years WithChevrolet boiird. motor, $100. Ph. 743-W-lt lnter'C end! exterior McLean. I
coming to Homestead for ,' rewinf Ull... for the: hxhrooni, or lliii rap Jw< wed a H.mpnl. ., *M.aililmwrd (J20)$ ) each. II I RICHARD FUCIISHegUtered Phone 740-R. (pdSI
ynerawere boil' ewwle. If you find ikn rnvrlnnr. I. the. NrrdkwwkUlMrlmrM I
accompanied this winter by !i or.lk: .Farm you dnM k.v. quit s( ikii piper and a>k for Pre-war Ham (not I hmiM. a I Broker
"*help eon and daughter-in-law/ ,I wash dnllsn I.bayll_r.(l..d l 1...flrt >.. ltd I For sale: Used electric\ stove, HOME) on Downtown Cnrn.r.I I John II. ll.le and Faye BognerIlcRlHlrre. Expert watch and jewelry repair

M'.' and Mrs Edwin GlowaUkl. .. __ reasonable Need some repair all convenience Total price "! Suleamenllll in*. All work guiranteed. Nell's,
Ind wo Pone ' ": Aim homing pigeons with house |0)SO with term It dmired. N. federal llwy. II 8 Krome, Phone 111. (ol4-tl)
I : S. J. Coulombe, Tennessee rd.pj20). t
6 Mr and M--; Chat Muether 2II-XM4. ( ) ) Lilting Needed Ph. 811-J or 7M-W, !
have arrived from St. Petersburg JBLOUISES ii. Mortgagee Contact Wanted P.o. nOI in We buy, sell. and trade gum and t s
Vj spend some time In Home I Wanted platoli of all klndi. Nell', IS 8
Mend 20 hive of bee in
I Enough: additional equipment Commerce t t

Mr. and Mr. Leonard Gustavonf for expansion to 65 hive; tioney. Joseph A. Kellclierheglntcred i

of Narnnja rd. are parent of a I. tanks, extractor, eta More than ncnl Kslato Umber HARDEN( _Hauling, landscaping,
i born on Jan. 12. Glass Wood Try Us When You Need cost of bees ran be realized front $700 rash will give ,pomeaiilon topsoil potting loll, send rock t
/ llll South Krome Avrnue land and
..-- I11N aping Key honey now Price I of :SO acre avocado' fill. Ph. 243-R. Write Rt 2, Boa
Newcomer here are Mr. and 1 A Haircut or JWO Ph. 204-J. (pjll) 1'1I0SEI"-, . I new \livable but not completed, 14-A Homeslesd.
and double I
CHS home girogo
Ir J Thiem of Holyoke, Mat., !
Shave While living on this Earth own Wee $0400, bal like .rent.
'who ..'.' occupying their new I, For ale: 1141 special da luxe a "LOT of It. We will help GROVE MOWING. Carl tndllrh: ,

duplex bomb on the Old Dixie AluminumNew I Haircut _.._ --.78e Chevrolet sedan with radio you with C-Z: term. Would, you tike a nice fur Rt 1, Box tllll, \Homestead, (old r
Highway just south of King' Shave. r.-- lOt healer S.'I'r Uickinaon,160: N. W. i BOOST the REDLANDSFitzpatrick' : nlxhed 1-bedroom duplex homeIn Utrhworth place, Kings hwy.) I

llorlst.Highway.. .Mr.. Thlem' J* I retired J I I 81J11tt. (M..tc.W) s... 12th it, 8II-J. (nll-lf)j choice S. W. Miami with Phone 5J7-X-W. U.UI|
unit? Moatremon.bly
lbl'lIrool1renld
List ListMr Huilding; Construction I Facial Park _- 750 priced at 115, ))00

and Mrs. Oscar Deyo of Repairs and Additions Under F.II.A. Manage (plan l ) .50 Furniture with' term or will trade forllomestead WE: DO reliable latch repairing, y
PathB\ River N. Yr are occupying Fine
'' : home.Vi Woodi Jewelry, McCrory Afotcad.
7Se
their new winter home on HI- Ventilated Awning Shutters C.mbrn.llon Facial __t .. e22t!)

bllCul rd. Teals -LlSe Custom Built of Mahogany\ / and Other Woods: JI acre homeillei, near dares

v Mustache Trim __ lOt Cabinet Week Chair Caning Reflnl.hlag. and U. S. 1 I. $750 term ore
New Mr. and old geld Teeth old rlngr,
residents here are We buy
'bbra. Albert.Drew Clr GJover vile) SbimpesPl.il)1: ( ) Cor. niM-arn.. Dr. .* Redland Rd. Phrae (941 h. satchel, etc. N.I111\ 8. Kromk

/I- Y., %ho are. building home George N. MdH gh'ontzaor: Lovely 2-bedroom and t-bth Phone 111. (olMf: ) I

ti on Hlblscui rd. Mr Drew 1 I. a furnished home; 4-room and t
retired farmer bath cottage, laundry and -
I' BUS II 8 ndrlling
\ .:.- BISCATNE DRIVE TEL fOME8211tb'2/1-R: I storage building nine ground SEC ALEX LANIER for well

Dr. Harry E. Drexel of Phil' and load of fruit, on I acre. Comer Eros eve III
'.,[ |I. visiting at the home / BarberShop .FHA LOANSArranged 'Inchoice location$18,700, and NETlOUt .. I'lioe33W.
J t Mr. and Mr*. Joe loytr. term .: 1k

I , Mr. and Mr.. O.. .E. Lang have Leader-Enterprise Want Ads Bring;' Results! I IH I. 0",. City Hall Eleanor Fro cher P"' ............................. IS

'arrived from Erie, Pa, for I winter ReaMor Wanted, '

visit hers. "A Pioneer of the Redlamii" u.... .....a..,a.._.......'.....,....".
247 So. H.|ler Ave, Ph. JlWllcnson .
Without Cost Reliable efficient woman' with!? >. tr
Seminole TheatreTWO year-old KM dealrts potltton .1 {
Breezeway Drive-In To You Electric Service houaekeeper. Writ P. O. Box

711.. (uao
SHOW DAILY T and I r\ U. Fhane N. HI ya
& Refrigerators
.* SATURDAY and SUNDAY eentlnoea I till 11. Radios
Twa Skew NlghUyi 7 tad rose Phone *M Admissions Adults Night 4te| HaUnea till I ,. a'). lie. Real ealaie salesmen wanted male //I
Adm......: Adult 4le (Us Included.. ) Chlldreni wader tea, to; ten to twelve tee (Tn IncUded) H. O. Barber frlneelan, Fh. 44| or female J. A Kelleher, ,.... ..
Children Under U Admitted Free erect broker, 1111 South prone 1rave.
_, Is t Times "Pooling of Oklahoma" Ul3..v) s.u.
t SATURDAY ,-.. U Today: General Contractor. -Licensed and Insured 1 i. :T! ''' t
t GLORIA HENRY: STEPHEN: DUNNE In '
) Fragrant Phone 176-W Homestead .. .. o..bmtOeDr.
SATURDAY Jea..lloeabia Feature
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"LAW OF IIARBARY COAST" ((7
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I DORSET In RAY BOLGER, ANNE SHIRLEY!: In IIaakifl .
Also Star Studded Cast Including JIMMY .... .........
"MAKE MINE LAUGHS"And j>ii i "MAKE BELIEVE nALLUOOM"I paeq sad ......... d
TIM HOLT. MOVITA In 5 5I GLASSESus 4
BUND AY and MONDAY JIUI. II.U "TilE MYSTERIOUS DESPERADO" 509WHerman ]
: VICTOR MATURE, LUCILLE BALL UZABETH SCOTT N. ft M 8U Mlaad. fTi4rnoNi "
SONNY TUFTS In SUNDAY.. MONDAY, J... Sl-tl GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY Marks\ ... .sae A" esseua .4
I "EASY LIVING" ((7:05 and 10:03)f : ;;) E suuJourAmbubiccScrvIc
: BOB HOPE RHONDA FLEMING 'In I ... .
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Ales PEGGY RYAN "THE GREAT LOVER"Addedi -
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Carieo Added. Solar Water Heaters I $
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y9 TUESDAY IDA LUPINO and WTDNE8DAY.GLENN FORD II.InLUST S4-SI JUDY GARLAND. VAN JOHNSON In- r Sheet Metal! Work itI

"( FOR GOLD" (7:05: and 10K)5)t : ) ) "IN THE GOOD OLD SUMSlEHTIMirThe ( Air Conditioning
STEPHEN DUNN In ( sweetest story aver told In songs, ta technlcolor)
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AIM ADELE: JERGENS .
1 1 "WOMAN FROM TANGIER" ((9 only) AW: ")I,.". Co lead No.Uv* Thai P.1. CarJMM. Fan Ventilation ."

CartoMi Added 'THl-RIDAY sad FRIDAY, Jan. 21-17 Insulation.; "'J ..bt

TIIVRRDAY sad FRIDAY ,... tl-17 "SO DEAR TO MY HEART '
ROBERT RYAN AUDREY TOTTER" Witt Disney V-XOotor by'1brhMador) ,.,.. Zaur.ue ." ? U *? .. k.
THE: SET UP" ((7:05: and 9:50)) Starring BURL., 1VES. BEULAH BOND; BOBBY DRISCOLL AJIreeaMArageajiTt. ,..

Alao JOHNNY MACK BROWN. RAYMOND HATTON, an( .1..1 alto Bhorl. Cat... raraaaoaal.- I ( .' 4MICarml Cremation t )

"DARK CANYON" ((8:50 only) t sh! Infaatlle Faralyaa will yew .1_ This theatre. will OablM.rU.. ,' IIUI Phone, 270 )Homestead.; FS e3 ,. I '
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llelger Conducts Round Table LEADER-E) RRP U$E PrMay, Ian 20 1MO-8
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On What We Should Do for Tourist, Planted nursery la Uw.to fortrynwol's Laketoad.depart the,. CIeb 8penoora MiMtrei

I will be .transplanted. |* test plots. To Benefit Youth Fund

in at HtmesUad. needs to do reported and a lack of aid. .a throughout the Mate. when they A showing of Uw HIM Oreea 1
r for ttt tourist population was UM well as printed Information tea t eUetn proper alt*. Mlatftrels. will .be aeoneored .tonight -
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them ef a rot nd-ta1M discussion Evwfbdts National Pork.On by DM) Florida City Kiweai Introducing
led 'by Chat Heifer guest speaker said that an low'. Hospital Auxiliary Club far benefit of the club'" :'
.t Monday's. luncheon meeting of. pensive map of the oily of Horn To Elect New Officers: youth fund, announce freaidem
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i Arthur TroneU The tent will be
the SoropUmlst dub of Homettoad. stead I Ie needed by resident ai* The James Archer
,. Smith Hospital pitched on the old Diile Highway
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tourists alike, and another recommended Auxiliary will elect officers I.
MA Helgsr, manager of th* that an eye-oa k hinl I .t a meeting to be held Friday. near the negro eeetion. I .. .
the club will bold .
Tonight ageneral
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Homestead branch of 1 Radio Station sign, "Tourist IntermaUon' to t {
Jan. 17 at I p. nv In the oeunci
: WVOa, .and club members placed by the Chamber of Coco bualnea meeting at Club "
agreed that this district could mere office at Flagler av*. andMovry i room Annual of the city halt will be Embassy on U. 8. .. ,
report 11'f1lb1
with ,profit follow the trend of atUniversal all chairmen I
the west posit clUN In providing approval of South Donkey Ball Game Nets 'IBob Hanly :
recreation for tourist A dearth Dado Garden Club' scenic (uldi : 1 ,
ef.pamphlet/ on the district was was expressed. Yelrinjrton Acquitted $100 for V.F.W. Post
In Death of SpurlingCarol One hundred dollar for the V. :_ ; ,

Leon Yelvlnglon of Fran- F. W. building fund was cleared ,'... ." ,
II .Florida City P. T. A. Names Officers, 'Jo| 12, was acquitted In Criminal Saturday night by a hilarious J '. .'
Court Tuesday of a second degree donkey baseball game In the citybell I -
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'Asks Expansion of School Facilities murder charge. when h* park. Th opposing teams ;" 'H\ : Truck Sales Specialist : .
mad of member of
pleaded self-defense In the Mar. were up .
Re-employment of I second rant' Since the loss of the teach*, 10 hooting of Frederick (Buck) Arrant-Smith Poll V. F.American w, and T' "
Post ,
John Q. Bailey ,
teacher at Florida City School has er, tl of the pupils have enrolled I Spurling, 20-year-old former sailor '''' ''I. .
Leloo T .
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been adopted as the Initial goal at Homestead but four have returned Yelvlngton testified that, he I.
of r-organlred Florida City to Florida City classes, I hoi Spurling In fear that the OLD-FASHIONED rOTATO ,
P. T. A.. which recently elected youth would "jump him again sour .
Mrs, J. D. Robert, president, Jayc'IIlan to Install after I fight over Yelvlngton't ,
Mrs. Anna Blanch Chapman, daughter Virginia I licet bacon, diced
i vice-president, and Mrs LaRu I At Jan. 27 Dinner) )Dance 4 medium potatoes,, diced ,.

Smith, secretarytreasurer.Named Guy IJutler, Miami Dally New. Schoolmaster" 1 large onion, diced ,
committee to reek H cup: diced celery
to a '|K>rts editor, was guest speaker Chosen for Junior Play water d
return t to Florida City of pupils 1U" cupi ti' riM,

who have transferred to theI'omiatasd' Chamber Th junior class of Homestead } cupi milk
schools were David meeting lout night In Slim and Ugh School has elected Edw.rdEllllle.lon'a 1 tablespoon lilt
I Leha, Mew Philip Nstoll and MrsSdmt Amy' Restaurant. Plans were classic "The Hoosler U" teaspoon pepper<<
Mutemed.\ Upon return of made far the Induction of PrtsldtiitElect i- Schoolmaster", for ,Its presentation 1 tablespoon minced parsleyCombine
4b1 US*'pupils, the organisation plans I Frank Tye and!) his nw this year.Showings diced vegetables and.
-esk fnr improvement water, Cover and simmer 43 minutes
1 to an appropriation officer at the Installation dinner will be given on May
J ,At :'Die llghUng and or until done. Rice vegetables -
dance on Jan 27 18 and It of the dramatization of
,lavatory farllltlts at tht four- Ralph Hsrtwok'l adventures as or put through a coerce
grade echool. Eventually, It ex-I sieve and return to the water In
f' ;
Flat
the new schoolmaster of the V 4
pact' to teak :the addition of fifth To Test Foreign Trees Creek District of Southern Ind!. which they were cooked. Add
I. aid sixth grade I At Site of Fire Tower ana, i milk salt and pepper Reheat
.On, account of Its enrollment i Conk bacon until crisp. Just before -
al< ipproxlmately 40 pupils: the The site of the Princeton fir' ++++w+++++d'+1 +++++ I serving, float piriley and '. .
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school recently we Ulre.lel1edwith +tower will serve as one of thetesting crisp bacon on soup. Six servings i'
.being,cloned by the county',:I plots for different varle Hints "
kbodboard, and did suffer the tlei of foreign forest trees In eta to QIICK CASSEROLEWhen I
lot,of 4115 teacher. At a fiery perlmrnts by the state forestry your menu calls for a ,
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mas* 'meeting with members of critics to drlcrmlr". "ther lie I quick casserole here's a
the Wrd, th* closing order wan trees ran be groi' In fiori,'*. I lion, Make up a smooth.UIIII".1
rescinded and the school was assured Tho seeds wet. inrted from Housewives sauce, add one cup of I y % xut
of continued operation and I Latin Anii-rka, Ai<' tmlin, Greece, American cheese and (tlr until
expansion as enrollment war India, Jsvn and the Fill. Ulnndn. the cheese Is melted. Add three 4 ,i aid tit
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abletpoons of chopped pimiento,
4.4++4-*****+*++4-++4-
Vi pound of finely dried beef (use
Truck For Sale-Reasonable MEATY SOUP kitchen scissors) and W pound 9 v r 1"
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rl l\l\1 Ua Chevrolet" 14 months old, low mllessr, heavy duty motor anirat1laterf Soup made with a meat base I.a Is Season of noodles the that mixture have been then cooked pour It hid l/ r

1 |' beeeler brakes, synchrt-me li IrsnKmlwIon.anxlllary aprlnga, favorite among many, but (Imply Into a greased casserole and'' p.
by adding cubes of cooked sprinkle buttered crumbs over the t f t tp
J. C. SIMPSON-Kromc Avc & Epmore Ur. r
meat during heating time, other op. Bake the casserole In a mod. ,.
soups are quickly given a flavor- I II irate oven (350 degrees F.) for
!filling touch' bout 30 minutes +
I With meat added many soup r'i i t
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pre appropriate for serving as KABOB IDEAS ti
I' the main course of t meal, too. For something different to serve .
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.. it. a ROOMIIR 1o For example plentiful cubes of al dinner here are clever kabob 1IfA.Iti.q
left-over beef may be added to ungestlons. Thread on wooden or "
\ f 4
It's $ITTIRM'a mixed vegetable soup for a satis* metal skewers cubes of lamb alternating : 4t.
I I tying dish. Rich bean soup Is delightfully with tomato and onion
'. far gn.r. CONVINIINTTM. combined with bit of slices; frankfurters cut In fourths t : : ?
cooked ham. Ready-to.serve and alternated with pearl onions t.
Wld.I I Acclolm.d I frankfurters cut Into bite-sized
>r and bacon strip; pineapple chunks
slices turn split pea soup Into a and ham cubes or liver squares)
main i course treat. Still another mushrooms and bacon. Brush ka-j
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tasty meal-aoup combination 1* bobs with" melted butter or marlarln' *
corn chowder seasoned with savory and place on broiler rack
Si1AtuGRDCOOKING .
smoked pork.Oldfashioned adjusted to that they will cook" -.1
cream of potato al a moderate temperature.
soup popular In many homes,
TOP takes on new Interest with diced RELISH '
crisp' bacon sprinkled over the Hollow out bright oranges and
top rather than being cooked use the fruit to combine with 'res. >
1J 1- with the loup. By Including cranberries In I relish. Tht color I ar r I
J cracker or toast tips a vegetable lul relish then goes back Into the I
salad beverage and dessert, orange cups for a delightful plat I
the lunch Is I complete. tic accompaniment ,y''
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t Bob brings to our organization\a specialized 'knowledge{ of ;

;. 1911 Plymouth sedan. Paint, tires and I

Lei i motor excellent Radio...?...................$193.00:>> trucks and truck equipment. His sales' experience with one of j'


1910 Uuick sedan ,......,...?........."................$395.00

1911 Ford I'/rton' stake truck. speed Miami's larger dealers should prove valuable, in "assisting truck 'r.


axle, good tires new factory stake ,
of this
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1938 Ford l'/rton' flat body truck. Good j

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1919 NEIL,: Dodge sedan. Long trade. We know you ,will{! like Bob and will find him! ,always friendly



!!.ui tbl M,alr OrltI DONOVAN MOTORS and cheerfully e helpful' If you haven't, any..need' for a truck, Bob ,;a


will be to tell 'you about the "Ford for *50"" Y
N. llacbr. Ave. rhoo 171 glad great new '
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Real. Reek Sea Rack. .

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