The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00271
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00271
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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$100,000 Market Addition I

At Florida City, State Announces :

NY Aviation School Here CANNINIi. COLD STORAGE


,. If 25 Youths Can Qualify PLANTS? AND MORE SHEDSTO


; Starts in Legion Park at 6:30 o'ClockThe --

Applications for Tax Start of Work During
Rev Wesley C. Smeal, pas "The Living Christ and the Living i Summer WPAto
Exemptions Must He 1
Church. i
tor of the Florida City Free Meth-
The Rev. J. J. Richards, pastorof Filed Before April 1 Be Sought
odist Church will deliver the ser I
the Homestead Methodist
mon at the annual Easter sunrise Church and president of the association RELEASE OF LARGE
LEGION HALLNaval service of the Redland District Property holders have eight daysin
Ministerial Association to be held will preside at the service. II which to tile their annual applications PAYROLL EXPECTED
i' Other items on the will
'in program for homestead tax exemptions
Legion park Sunday startingat
1 I
be by the Rev Robert H. .
6:30 a. m. His topic will be prayer Indicated
Huge PatronageHeld
Officer to Talkon Spear, pastor of the Church of the I I City Tax Assessor Claude Campbell -
Nazarene; special selection. "Christ 1, has both city and cuunlv Reason for
Opportunities CONSTABLE POST I the Lord Is Risen Today" by achorus ,blanks. The county blanks were New Units
f of Flying composed of members of i iI furnished by County Tax Assessor
I the various church choirs. ; Scripture -'',J. Newt Lummus for the convenience I Plans for the construction of
AGAIN IS SOUGHTBY reading the Rev. R. FBlackford of applicatnU in this
I four new buildings at the Florida
rector of St. John'sEpiscopal i iI area and to expedite the work of,
SET FOR ENROLLEES (I City Stale Firmer Market III
.Church; solo, "Open the 1 filing. Mr. Campbell does not a
r I SCARBOROUGHJoe Gates of tneTemple," by Mrs. T. have office hours in the city hall, cost of $100,000 were announmf
Ground Instruction Free I L. Hodges, accompanied by Mrs. I but can be seen at his place of here yesterda
of Charge ; PlaneFurnished Lloyd Deitz; hymn, by the congregation business on Flagler avenue Gordon E. Dill manager of he
Scarborough of Homestead, ; and benediction by the I Applications must be filed prior market, was notified of construe
who has held the post of constableIn Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor of the 1 April 1. lion plans In a communicationfrom
the fourth justice of the peace 1 Redland Community Church and I Ito William E. Wilson, chairman '
The National Youth Administration district for the past eight years, the Florida City. Community of the State Marketing Board
will establish a ground schoolin announced yesterday he will be a Church. U. S7COURT 0. K. SCITY'S who aid the board Intend 10
aviation at Homestead if 25, candidate for re-nomination in the I Mr Richards and Mr. Spear will j I contact the WPA for the erection
trainees can be certified for the Democratic primary May 7. have charge of seating for the WILCOX this summer of a shed, slmilai in
course, C. P. Thayer, NYA official' Mr. Scarborough came to Home- service. Mr. and Mrs. William size and purpose of those now In
has notified the Rev. R. F. Black- stead soon after he was honorably Dunlop will attend to flowers operation. Later he said u cannery -
ford, chairman of the aviation discharged from the United States!and decorations and Mrs. Hodges 'ACT PETITIONThe cold storage building and an
committee of the Homestead Rotary navy in 1919 Previous to the and Irving Lyon will direct the administration and crafts build.I .
Club. World War he was a frequent seasonal music, I ___ I ling I will be erected
The club started a movement visitor here. final decree of Judge John It i ii hoped that early WPA approval -
several weeks ago to stimulate interest During the war Mr. Scarborough! ,W Holland\ of the United States I I for the erection of the died
In an aviation club as a:I served on the SS Llviathan then,DAIRY ERECTING District Court in Miami announcing will be obtained so that work run
means of providing hobby recrea- the largest ship afloat, which was approval and confirmation of|I I I be started within two months. Mr
tion for young men whose schooldays engaged in the transportation of TWO SILOS FIRST the bankruptcy plea and bond refunding Dill was informed The work will
are behind them. I soldiers from the United Statesto j I plan of the city of Home-I I release a sizable payroU for Homestead -
France. He crossed the Atlantic stead was announced by and vicinity the
Youths Interested in the ground I during anticipated -
school are requested to be at I ocean 22 times during his I OF KIND IN STATETwo I Haycock, city attorney, at a meeting [i lean summer, It was
Legion hall at 1 o'clock Wednes- period of service. of the city council Monday i said Construction of the other
For several years after his arrival night. buildings will start after
afternoon to heir talk I completion
day a by '
in Homestead Mr. Scarborough Mr. Haycock made his announcement .I of the shed
Mr. Thayer, who will give full silos, each "having ,
engaged in farming Later he a capacity
concerning the bankruptcy William Mubtelwhite chairman
details of the school, and Lieut. C.
M. Ewan of the Opa-Locka naval (Continued on Page Twelve) I of 150 tons are expected to be petition in a letter which he read of the market advisory board, said
training base, who will tell of the completed at Alpine Grove Dairy, before the council and later filed the board conceived the Idea for
opportunities of naval aviation. THE WEATHER Monday, it was announced by O with R. E. Edwards, city clerk. erection of the additional buildings .
_"h't' B Parker, proprietor They will\ The letter, in full will be foundin some time ago and broached
OfflrioJ of the
Trainees of the ground school aoatr..kel
6.Nr/went .latt... 8..04. ,.Lria.. cost approximately $1,200 each. other coulmns of this issue of the subject to Mr. Wilson'when
must be between 18 and 25
years I I I Erection of the silos Is being the Leader-Entcrprue he visited the market recentlyThe
instruction will be
of Their
age. March 13 ..--_.1 62 I 60 130131 done by the Marietta Concrete In response to a communication contemplated shed would
free of charge An alrplant and March 111. I 73 49 30231 Corporation of Marietta, Ohio from the Dade County Juvenile be.600 feet long and 50 feet wide
an Instructor will be furnished by March 17 ___ 73 | 58 1 and the work Is being supervisedby Council asking that the city only slightly wider than the larger
the NYA. March 18 .. 1 78 1 59 3012| I F. L. Christy, head of the pass an ordinance prohibiting the of the two sheds which were com
Mr. Blackford's committee also March 19 1 83 55 130.081! 0.02 company. Each silo is 30 feet high sale of liquor In miniature bottles, pleted last December, Mr. Mus-
Js seeking to obtain establishment I March 20 80'' 53 13)1I( ( I and is It feet [in circumference on the council Instruct:.vir. Haycock j slewhite said The addition i is ht>-
(Continued on Page Twelve) March 21 I 63 12991' 0.24 (Continued on Page Twelve) (Continued on Pfc Twelve) (Continued on Pail Twelve)

I "Finis" Written Bond Harrassments .1.1council
)) to City << ((

The end of the trail in harrassment of quired bonds and interest coupons: for lit- last Monday night tell of all the

the city of Homestead by bond judgmentsand tie or nothing and then sued to force the savings that will be effected by the decreeof

additional tax levy mandamuses was city to pay face value. approval placed upon the city's bond

reached last Saturday when Federal Dis- It means that judgments pending againstthe refund! :?: plan-a plan successfully put

trict Judge John W. Holland granted the city by individual bondholders will be through by the courage, moral stamina and

city's plea under the Wilcox BankruptcyAct settled on the basis of the refunding agree perserverence of the eight men who now

and approved the bond refui 'ing plan ment to which the majority of the bond constitute the city government and by the

inaugurated in 1937 with the consent of more holders were parties. This will effect a save intelligent and untiring efforts of the at-

than 75 per cent of the bondholders.This ing of $26,122.23 from amounts which the torney they selected to push the plan to com

means that "Finis" is written to city had been ordered to pay on face-value pletion. Mr. Haycock's letter follow :

the activities of such bond speculators as judgements.But I wish to advise that on Saturday. March

J. R. Durrance, who in various guises overa let City Attorney Ira C. Ha)'cock's 16 1940, the Ho' rable John W. Holland, .1

i .)d of nearly fifteen years has ac- letter to Mayor Tom Harris and the city (Continued on Page Six) .;

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Pate Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday March 22. 1940 *

I Special Easter Programs Arranged:SPECIAL EASTER At Easter Miami Sunrise Beach Service to Be retary during of 193S Everglade and 1937 National Path ,11,

I Mr. Axleroad I I.t a raernber of the ".'
t For Methodist Morning, Night Services MUSIC PLANNED Broadcast her WIOD Dade County Bar Association the
| Military Order of the World War,
j Special Easier program will begiven
Reserve Officer of United
BAPTIST CHURCH at the Homestead Methodist AT ST. JOHN'S I The entire program of the StatesMasonic order,. the Elks, 1
(J Church at both morning and evening I Easter sunrise! service to be Florida State Historical Society i y
hours of worship. I held In Lurrunus Park between -
I American Bar Association I and the
CHOIR ARRANGES I The 11 oclock program will I 5th and 14th streets, Political Science Academy of Columbia V
consist of the following: prelude,I The following program of Easter Miami Beach. will be broad- University ,
I Chopin number played by Mrs, W. music will be presented at St cast over Station WIOD be-
He has been special master of
EASTER CANTATA|1B. Mills, processional "Crown I John Episcopal Church Sunday I tween 6 and I oclock, It was chancery and has had numerous
i Him With Many Thorn morning starting it 11 o'clock, announces announced by W. L. Philbrick, case referred to him for decision ji
[ (Bridge); anthem Unfold, Ye the rector, the Rev. R. F.I sponsor of the broadcast. While a member of the judge ad
Hall, King of Glory Easter ,Blackford
Portals" Gounod) :
( : offertoryRomance
i Approximately SO.000 he
persona vocate's department on the
cantata by M. B. Shannon and L. (La Forge); anthem, Organ prelude, "bawn" Kevin are expected to attend board of review
I appellate writing
Keating, will be presented by the
Redeemer" Gounod and
Holy ( ): Provisional "Welcome Happy the service at the beach legal opinion for the army
choir of the First Baptist Church benediction "When We Part" !Morning' ... .. ..__. ... Calkin Mr Axleroad ha* never received
of Homestead at 11 o'clock Sunday I (Parks), Introit, "Christ Our I 'remuneration for his public services '"a

morning The sermon theme of the pastor, Passover ._ MacFarren .
His wife I
Tl,ace taking part will be' Mrs the Rev. J. J. Richards, will be Kyrle ..... ... Anon :AXLEROAD SEEKS' a of granddaughterof Jacksonville
Toy Watson, pianist; Mrs. H Collier 'I"Fact or Fiction\vTiich"" I Anthem. Hallelujah. -Christ Is a former mayor ;_

: Mrs, R. E. Edwards. !Mrs C The evening program will be as I Risen" ....... .. Caleb Simper POST AS JUDGEOF and whom they is attending have two the sons University one of t
T Harper, Mrs. E L. Lawl'\'ncel follows: Create in Me a Clean i Gloria Tibl _. .......r Anon. of Miami
Mr Harry Schauberger Mrs. S. Heart" (Brahms): No Not Despairingly -I Gratia Tibl ..-. _... Anon.
I. West, and Miss Ellen Vann, so- I (Spratt): 'Nightfall I Sermon hymn, "Angel Roll the CIVIL COURT
I ri.s: Mrs T T. Bowen Mrs 'i I (Franz Liszt) and "Cherubim Rock Away" Roper
( H Dtnby, Mr, A L. Lamer ',,Song (Bortnyanskv) by choir; Offertory "Holy, Holy, Holy I
nl Mrs A. D. Smith altos A. E I violin solo by Roy Nelson, "Pas Lord" . Worthing BENJAMIN
Cirrpbell J R. Rutland and C. P : Benjamin Axleroad. foi the past
torale" Franz .
( tjjjjj) and "My :Mn Keith Foulk
I Shatter, tenon: and J Q Calde : six years United States concilia-
Jesus ThouTurVon
a* ( Weber) Presentation, "All Things Come
.j RE Edwards and D R'j I by Choral Club. Presentation ofChrist" I of Thee" ...... __. .Anon tion commissioner department of
Sn der, bjsioi I justice has announced his candidacy
(I: Lord'sPrayer" Sursum Cords Camidge AXLEROADCandidate
The cantata depicts the trial i. (/inlf1otO by choir:(Sanctus === Taylor, for judge of the Dade County

burial and resurrection of hrllt'l I.with Mrs Umd Deitz as *olout;I II I Agnus Del ....... --"-_. Adams I civil court of record, group No 2.
remarks by Mr. Richards; offerlsk! :. Gloria, "Te Deum Lauda- Although! appointed conciliation
GROWERS\ CLAIM clarinet solo by Ceo. Frick win. mus' ..... .. .. Jackson commissioner for Dade County. for
I I piano accompaniment by Dr. CSrl I Nuns Dirmttis;: ::= =.:=_.... ....,. |Mr Axleroad has authority as a
Robinson; "The Lost Chord" (Sullivan Recessional, "Jesus Christ Is i,federal officer throughout the
752 POINTS, FOES I ) by choir: benediction; and. ,! Risen Today ...\\orjan|state In his service to farmers, he
response, "In Perfect Peace." ,Postlude. Hail, MI&ht Motor (I has prevented many mortgage JUDGECIVIL 1
625 FOR SEASON I The choir is directed by Irving.I .. .. .. .. Gounod I foreclosures on farms and enabled "
J. Lyon. farmers to rehabilitate themselves I
-- I I under Section 75 of the bankruptcy COURTOF

The (,rowers of Homestead High TICKETS ON SALE i,St. John's Easter Egg I : act, known as the Frazer.i
,, : Lemke Act. Through his work'
5c I emerged from the basketball Hunt Set Wednesday
in this connection he has become'I RECORDGroup
tiaton with 17 wino and 9
lo ,<"s and they made a total.1 01 FOR! CONTEST OF'jSAFETATROL ,I known to farmers of Homestead
752 I point to their opponent 625 The annual Easter egg hunt of and the Redland District. 2
points, according to the "dope" the Sunday school of St. John I I Born in 1890 Mr Axleroad is a
compiled by Coach Ted Bloicf Episcopal Church will be held graduate of the law department of I
The Growers won the eighth Wednesday afternoon It was announced Union Unl\crsit Albany. N. Y.,
dl,ti ct championship for Class B I' Tickets for n contest, proceeds by the Rev. E F. Black- where he received his L. L. D. degree Equal Justiceto
Jitsh schools at Miami Edison 'of which will be used to lend members ford rector of the church. Parents He has been practicing late | All
'H,Rh School and went to of the Homestead School and pupils are to meet at the I In Miami since 1921. During the' .
the tate tournament at Gaines-1 Safety Patrol: to the convention 'church at 3:20: o'clock and ten 1!' World War he was captain judge
vilie They played their first game |lof the National Safety Council'minutes later a motorcade will,advocate in the army and now is Will Serve You Faith-
-and their. last; -March U. East, Washington. D. C. in May, ore leave with them to a destination ,I major judge advocate in the reserve fully and Will Appre-
Marion defeated them 28 to 2%. being distributed by the patrol I which will be a "deep dark secret," corps. He has served as a
The B team of the school members Prize In the contest will I Mr. Blackford said He said the)I trustee of Jackson Memorial Hos- ciate Your Support
}1 of 17 game played and rolledup be a 1940 Chevrolet, donated all!motorcade will leave on the dot" pital since 1932 and state Democratic -, 1.
343 points to their opponent cost by the Bird Chevrolet and those arriving late will be left) executive committeemansince (Paid Political Advertisement .
233. The Junior high team won pany. com-I|behind 1936. He was executive sec-

tight games, lost two, and made' Prize of $20, $15 $10 will bed|
221 point to their opponents 140 l' given as tint, second and third --- ------
James Sullivan, center of the prize, respectively, in a ticket I J
varsity team, made a total of 180: distribution contest among theboys. Cabinet Model Rotary Electric
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point during the season OtherGrowers I
and their total follow I The automobile
scores contest will end
: J T. Godwin, 144; Ed Kirby AprU 20 ,'
107: Ralph DeWnger, 100; Clinton I The safety patrol attended thei Kenmore Sewing MachineFull I
Bishop, 75; D. L, Bowen, 10; safety convention last May and received -:
Charles Conner 8; Carlton Sweet first prize for being the
S: Charles Minger, 5. and Billy patrol which traveled the longest "
Moffett, 8SCHOOL. (distance to march in the capitol Rotary Head
safety parade ;
Member of the Dade county I JOHN RHODES DIES I| Actual 69.50 Value!
school board have appointed C.I I John Rhodes, 72, father of Mrs
D. Eaker janitor of Neva King Cora Daniel and Fred Rhodes of
Cooper School to succeed Mrs. J Homestead, died last Friday ttjui,
W Gilmer, who served six weeks home at folloftjog
Mr*. Gilmer filled a vacancy a long Illne**.'UirsaDa '2nd
caused by the resignation of her Mr. Rhode Mpded funeral serv- n 4951
husband. The school trustees ices which WCre held at Rochelle,
named her but rescinded the ap- !Monday A.
pointment at the suggestion of !Mr Rhode, a firmer has visited
the school board members who Homestead several times Besides' Terms as low a* 5.00 down, t
believed the duties of janitor couldbe his Homestead ion and daughter balance monthly. Usual carrying -
more successfully performed bya he is survived by six other daughters charge. I
man. and two sons all of i

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I Director of Funerals Serving Greater Miami"I"I""fMw11"I"IWIL"M"N.MMIYWNNMY"
:Miami: Biscayne Bird.. 13th to 14th Si Store ,Hour: 110 to S:31.: Saturday, 1:3' to Ml:

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Friday; March 22 '1940( THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE _____PageThl't'e.

YOUTH ACTIVITY 1 'Kind' Thieves Repaid ''Organization of WPA I ATHLETIC MOTIF' II. II. S. BASEBALL

With Kindness From Art Class Sought Here SCHEDULEDate

PLAN SKETCIIED! Appreciative Victim IN SEAT COVERS Opponent Pliro:
Approval of an art class for! ?
Mar 29 HedtandHer

\ AT ROTARY CLUB ) repaying w. E. a Rheney kindness believes with in a the Homestead William Florida Wood has Art, been field Project received supervisor Work from of OF PONTIAC CARS:'April April Miami 1 Palm Beach Edison There Here

. kindness-even If thieves are Ad-I April 8 Fort Lauderdale There
ministration of the WPA, a
the recipients.A Here
April 0 Miami High
A program of proposed activities steps have been taken to I "
for radio a typewriter and an local Mrs. Pontiac Mich., March 21. April 12 Andrew Jackson Here
youth including a fishing sponsor, announces
adding machine were stolen Straight from the athletic 16 Ponce de Leon Here
blg-Ume April
contest, yacht club, dramatic club. Frank Webb who with Mrs. Frank
from Mr. Rheney's Texaco I arenas where the 19 Andrew Jackson There
tamp club radio club photographic Hausman originated the art class toughness appearance April
club sponsored dancing warehouse Saturday night plan here. I and efficiency of a prod April 23 Ponce de Leon There
The night was rainy and the : uct are put to the test-comes the April 29: Miami Edison There
The Mr. Wood Informed
community ling, Y. M. C A., with WPA. I
thieves sollcitlous for Mr. newest Ideas In automobile seatcovers April 26 Fort Lauderdale Here
Mrs. Webb will
gymnasium kite contest and cycle furnish an art
I Rheney's stock and fixtures, i' now available for Pontiac April 29 Miami High There
club, was presented to members teacher out of Miami and the only I
carefully closed window anda owners | 3 Redland There
of the Homestead Rotary Club by ( local expense will be funds to pay II May
had to
Geo. N. Wakefield, chairman of door they opened for his transportation to and from : The new coven are tailored of I I
the club'i youth committee at a gain entrance and exit. So Homestead |I the same satin used In football !I CARD OF THANKS
meeting Wednesday. there was no water damage.In ._ i I pants basketball suits and oft- '| I am deeply grateful for imnv
view of the extreme con- ball uniforms. It Is colorful I' kindnesses shown dunn,
strong me : my
Members of the committee Al- sideration shown by the burglars I
MARKETING PLAN and has relltance.I!
I Ii a high wear disability.
len Kissnm Bevo Webb W. E.I| therefore, !Mr Rheney .
The I
I new covers are available In !MRS A. J VAN MARTER ;
Rheney the Rev R. F. Elackfoidi
regrets that, although the adding '
maroon blue and brown
W. M. Filield. E, B. Blackburn | machine will work-up toa OF FLORIDA HIT: with harmonizing green piping :'
B. M. Hindman and Mr. Wake-l certain limit- the type- i I driver and passengers1 Id' ntc)
I i Easily cleaned md colorfast, tin then ......t"'Ith uU'im' f
field gave short talks explainingthe i no '>
writer never could pell cor- : ;
various activities and the need rectly and the radio is best ; BY C. OF C. HEADFlorida 'I material link ,i high finish ,md clothing

of them among the youth of the: enjoyed when silent which I

community. The activities were it Is most of the time due to I
decided upon at a recent meeting an Intricate system of short products are running
of the committee. Mr. wakefield circuits. second In demand to those of

aid 100 Utters will be sent to per-! California because there are too: ATTENTION- -
sons in Homestead to seek opinionson many local marketing agencies de-

the recreational projects. GROWERS TRAIN clared John C. Hall president of
Member of the committee said the Miami Chamber of Commerce I It

they have investigated the feasibility 'In a talk before the Redland District -t WE ARE INSTALLING A t tCOMPLETE
and possibilities of the establishment I FOR OPENER ON Lions Club Tuesday night.
of the activitIes. "There are 350 agencies in our
state, while California has only
I BASEBALL CARD I one" he said "The result is that

W. M. F. Davis, Father i'[western fruit and vegetables are PUMP SERVICE DEPT.

Of Redland Teacher: Dies better known, although the qualIty -
I With the basketball season a of our products is vastly
; 'I Even the Idaho
memory Homestead High {superior potato
William Morgan File Davis, 81,
base centralized marketing and OF PUMPS
father of Miss Katherine Fite has turned its attention to {gets
ball .For the past week baseball- (therefore Is better known than
Davis a teacher at the Redland '
Farm Life School, died March 14 minded students have been on the ,ours throughout the country." No Pump too Large or Small
athletic field at odd moments engaged The Lions will observe Ladies
at his home at Cookeville, Tenn., I,
following a short Illness in the process of getting the Night next Tuesday night The I for U. to Repair
Mr. Davis was city tax assessor kinks out of throwing arms and speaker will be L. F. Chapman
trying out for positions on the 'superintendent of Raiford peniten- I
of Cookeville for 19 and
years I
tl3ry.II Expert Mechanic in Charge
Growers team.
prior to that he served 10 years
on the city commission. He was I Coach Ted Bleier has work of What success Florida growers

retired at the time of his death. I((selecting teh team simmered down II have obtained could have been PHONE 73 FOR SERVICE
+ Besides the local school teacher 1 to a bunch of the most apt players.He multiplied greatly if they had given :

Mr. Davis Is survived by four other said he will get his nine namedin serious consideration to publicity
-daughters, Mrs. William J. Cough time for the first game on .!hit values, Mr. Hall said. Come in and See Our Pump Display

of Pateau, Okla., and Mrs Margaret schedule which will be played I
Fender, Mrs. Harry Sanks here with Redland March 29. Ed Tomerlin and Don Done; third "Patronize Your Home Town Merchants"SPECTER I

I and Mrs. Cooper Latter all of I I Coach Bleier is casting his eyes base, Richard Caves and Charles
Cookeville;hjs widow, Mrs. Susan 'over the following Candidates for! I Miirger; shortstop BishOP. Miner
Baker Davfs; two brothers, R. P. 'the team: catchers Matt Ballaro i and Billy Fort: left field, Fuchs PLUMBING I SUPPLY

Davit and J.;P. Davis of Weather- 'and Eldred Gilmer; pitchers Clinton and Jack Sullivan, center field
.ford Texas and a sister, Mrs. Bishop and Richard Caves; Carlton Sweet and Billy Moffett; Home Bldg. Homestead
j James Huddleson of Weatherford. first base, J. T. Godwin and Fred right field Robert Hobson, Eugene

:Funeral services were held Friday Fuchs,' second base; D.'I* Bowen, Saunden and Charles Connor .


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YOU MV YOUR MeIRST suss.WAS AND IM SAWNS PLENTY ON W 1sos.' IMlt Wl Tot HALF Or IT111 AND Will SAVE WIN WHIN Wl UAOI gar, OsOas luiunnui, more oomfnrtMe -
PosTIAC MVSON 5501,1 501* ale vs. sass, K DOWN ONLY IM susaas, PULLED Ml tHIOMH* LIKMDI iTL rONmAC1 sac,, tTMA MfltO IS K| then .v.r-but diw'l let in Nee
wavsyaowh THIT' WAS R I ON, DOWN 1 MAD TN! TANK /lilts NIVIR Ae.OIL SOVI 501 Cost NA A Ha osasa ir I HAD OlO'-riifONIIAC IS I SIV! THI MOST you economy
WITH me SIsis?r usTwe, CNANOES, t ress SIM DELAYED PONTIAC HtllAlUTT iCOMMICU CA it WlVl tVtt OW'ID/- Pontiac Owners In ill partof the
TATS up MUNT RIM MMIV INJKXKIT cn.mtrttll ui in plowing terms thai
Vr INS MILLS/ I'ontno !I. the moat eonnntlcil'
MV THAT DAY !T" I oar in
/4 every ...y-1.., ml, upkeep end I...
a t dora Iran trouble-they have over
owned! And many of these ownen used
l I lo drive tmatl carol

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oil the >dv! je. only big ear end
I'i utter, thiil ii |mica as my to buy und
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Page Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, March 22, 1940 '

w ,,, .rat :
'.IoUoh.. Cruses .1 .....t.o4. riot.i .
i., the Santa Do4e PNlt.hlne. 1-0".7. 20 Years
....... .. ..rand ernse mail whew Ago:
H.rck II Illl .. the Pat .Hit* .t
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BUN ARCHER ,...w... sad UltorHARJORIB r s The ,.......... .knees are tubaver...
..". fen. '1''" ., the Demeaned
IRACH ARCRFRSMrtUry Role- -...... ..... 10.
r the sasth r1.rY. ..._ ILL '
and Treasurer
.sauna 0...
17. 1931 with w ....
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IVBftCtlPTSOM RATE March IB, 192 .
I. Duds counts ___.._..__ .11... i ,,
O"wide .( D.J.. Gnats ____ Ill -"Mrs, T A. Holcomb and..J.
daughter are spending i week with \

Mrs Holcomb brother, E S. Cap. ,
ResurrectionBy 2ow Unger, after which she will return
to her home in Greenville Miss." r

Mary Ferrell Dickinson "Their numerous friends ar* 2i\
Dark had been the night of death congratulating Frank W. Newlan, '

And dark the grief that like I of Fulford at present employedby

tune Chase & Co.. and Miss WessiePennlngton

Clean crushed their hearts Then a popular Homestead
Cod own breath girl on their recent marriage The

Brought life and light and joy I ceremony took place on Sunday at

wltlulWl. the county court house ."
V 46 I I"A large sawfish, measuring

Ilea about 14 feet In length and 50
Federal Aid fur'Education Inches In width was caught near

Cudaby bank by J. H. Hodge while

fishing, and brought into town; "
An addition of a billion dollars -'A miscellaneous shower will

yearly for the American public be given Mrs Charley Martin at

schools was urged In a report of the home of Mr. and Mrs J. M.

the educational polities commission Martin on Friday evening next"

to the National Education Association -"Freddie Moffett, son of S, F.

and the American Association THE .... Moffett, had his hand badly hurt
of School Administrators, .. .;. : '. Monday, when he found a dyna-

at the national convention of the BLA C -1f:: :.'':= I mite cap left by the former occupant

administrators In St. Louis, Feb. of the house and proceeded
Tl The report, written by JohnK. I A FLOG/DA STB 4M to hammer it into a block of wood.

Norton professor of educationat I By good luck no serious Injury resulted -
Columbia University, asked fur MOST THAT )/$ /P AeS / ."

the adoption of a three-point pro. VENOMOUS -"While driving home from

tram that Included I the expansionof SP/JEIl r1 n I Miami on Monday night Foy Hobbs
i IH
federal aid to education ltTHUJIT attempted to shove a tree off the

Under the commission's plan DSTAT&S C :6 < I road with his Ford while going

the school system would be expundid I at a good rate of speed The tree
to provide compulsory! AT F/VAY refused to move out of the roadso

school attendance for at least ten PASCO COUNTY Foy phoned into Miami and the

years for every boy and girl in garage man came out and got the
America, with free schooling available 9 6OQ/DAB flivver, stuck the front wheels

for fourteen years. increased where they belonged, put a few

vocational of free training college, and the provision In the western part of Pasco county thereIs | a visit by the appreciative nature-lover, :II got blowout out his patches adding on machine the radiator, and

training for students or of university ability a stream that loses itself I This strange There is one widow in Florida that is de- I I then sold Foy the Ford :'

who do not have the necessary body of water, which is known as BEAR cidedly dangerous for her bite is sometimes i -"Mrs. J. B. Brown Is sick with

financial backing. CREEK, drops into an underground pas- fatal I She is none other than the BLACK I I the flu Another flu victim if'

In explaining stand the com- sage to become a subterranean river I It is WIDOW and belongs to a sirurl group of Horace Potter: ; both tight cases"

mission argued that the Increased not definitely known if the stream reappears venomous spiders rather common in the I (Florida City: )

Cost. which would ultimately however, some people believe thatit South. The adult female measures almosta i has-The sent to Homestead the local City council council an

amount to a billion dollars a year bobs up again in Boiling Springs, at Hud- half inch in length and is found under i estimate of the cost of furnishing

would be taken care of by the Increased son, about 3 miles away The spot where old logs and loose bark. She is blackish witha electricity to our town, as soon sf

educating national to income providedby where this unusual Florid stream drops from red splotch on her abdomen. Always be- ,I the light plant there Is enlarged"
a point
they are capable of becoming skilled sight is a place of beauty and is well worth > ware of the :Black Widow I (:! (Florida City.))
-"Joe Powers' brand new baby
productive workers. "A high
arrived last week" (Florida City)
output walker is associated .... .... I 'I
per Ynn TV VT nFme men of the city: and what have ww.wow r.wwww wrn ..?a.m. rrI _" -"The special election to vote
with a high level of education vocational CURRENT you left" The same applies to the off the tie on four councilmen will

never the Intelligence reverse." and the skill report- commerce. Dawes and said Industries these, more of the than nation -I I I Children in CourtBy I be held soon" (Florida City.)

sUitis COMMENTBy Starch 25 1920
any other, paid the bulk of the Judge M-ktolm IhifleU ,
Though bucked by 20 able educators I taxes, supported Its institutionsand 1. I i -"The first meeting of the

the plan is not without its AGNEW WELSHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUA contributed to Ita charities .._..__._""'''."_,...,,.._,__.?''I l stockholders of the Citizen Bank

critics Aside from the enormous and for all of which they get I GETTING THE JITMP ON of Homestead was held on Wednesday -

Increase in educational costs, the Flltnri NAt.: Mr W.bh _l I..tmMcomment mighty little praise he added ]I MOTHERFor : I evening March 24th. In
plan is attacked by the I .. kit "Lomnw.te." whvthvr. I the town hall A. C. Craw took
some on they be I. ........t o. .. ...10... During his talk h* referred to many years a mother steadfastly -
theory that such on expansion with lib ...t...... Add.... ......... the fact that in their early years'I'I hoped that her daughter the chair upon motion duly made
would necessarily mean increased nllnn. to A.n.w WtUh 141 N. 1LLtSth .he and W. I i I and carried, while I. H. Matthewwas .
.... Miami, Flu Bryan were struggling [would outgrow many undesirable
federal control This, It is pointed 1 elected secretary the
young lawyers of that city, I she has acquired But this
out, would mean a serious invasion A British concern similar to .with Bryan holding to the theory ''program of wishing and t stockholders then proceeded to

of state s rights and the possibilityof ,Gallup, took a,T poll there whichshowed j I that fortunes should be limited to,I('foiled to correct the habits hoping which elect directors A. C. Craw, S. A.

federal regimentation In a field I opinion11 VVenly divided 100000. Years later Dawes visited the child had formed The i King I. R. Matthews E. N. Cause,
long regarded as the bulwark of' ((34 per cent each) on whether 'Bryan at his palatial bayfront 'was that by the time this W. J. Carter E A. Carter Paul R.

individual thought and freedom. Italy would remain neutral or join I home on Brickell avenue Miami., reached her sixteenth girl : Scott The following officers
For II the Allies while but five per cent and I 11 '{i were elected: president of thei
years, critics lay, the tendency taking mental appraisal of her headstrong disposition made'
I thought she would ally herself i bank and president of the board of
of the federal governmentto the great Commoner wealth, |life miserable for herself and for i
increase its power in all fields :with Germany. In the meantime 'asked him It he still held to his' the entire family. directors, A C Grew; vice-presi
Turkey la preparing to throw her dents, W. J. Carter and S. A. Kin(,
of and old
public theory.
private endeavor ha.bt.n 'I Bryan smiled and Finally when the daughter took
I armed forces against whichever Cashier E. N. Cause "
kept in check In the field of said "Circumstances alter cases"A ,matters into her own hands an '
side seems to be most dangerous d"A fair-sized and enthusiastic
public education The Invasion of : remained away from home for
to her Interests. A good time to do audience
the | was out on Tuesday eve-
government Into the field days at time
writer old with a the mother went
I tome trading she thinks.A age I sing to hear Mr (Cary A.) Hardee
would put into the hands |to the
of a a battle-line, moving Into "No Juvenile court judge and' in Mr.
speak the auditorium.
small group complete control of !Mans Land beyond which laeternity" >:frankly admitted her own Inability
the institution Americans depend congressional fight Is on between and continuing the I to cope with the problem. I Hardee found a number of friendsof
to teach the t the sugar Interests--cane When his boyhood days here, among'others
upon brought into
younger generation simile As we have moved forward court, thgirl e
and beet It cuts several ( W, D. Horn and Ben
at ways.Florida
an impressionable age. the I the tumult behind us has immediately adopted defensive "
Flowers ,
fund imental principles of democ- ) has become one of the died down: there Is an increasing I position and assumed the it-I .
1'11"I I great cant sugar region and can I!feeling of isolation-we seem so tltude that the court had. It In for, Agiin the Homestead Grow-
|produce vastly more than is now her" on' Association has broken Its own
To her I
I far intense
Apparently the report accepts: ': apart. Here and there one surprise she
allowed In than sufficient record Thirty-five cars of tomatoea -
tt flit i hilosophy! that the federal to.I I falls, silently I can w* not keep ,accomplished nothing with such!i
its needs the Inearest were packed last week, but
supply' own Cuba Is ''nearer' j tactics For the
Its first time
X",,rnment should take care hard to see one an- In her
oll owing to conditions, only 32 of
and car
greatest competitor. 'life she
:other. Can hear Call was confronted by situ-
you me to
) Dung people until they: art well these of
1 Then were shipped Seven car
the beet
come great sugar ation whisk
L me-I am alone. This must be could not be mecum-
( the when form "
past ate they were
t nnfiired adult 'prouclnt>> itates of the North, a few I seal' the end." I vented by her usual display of, cabbage were also shipped ;
,111,1' and able tot
these -"In the we hlh.ld afire
of ylellng the following j temper or tantrums. past
aceett l the responsibility of mak.1 I '
t /amounts: department that wasn t a fire
"' .1 living fur themselves and I I A commercial, report tor 1999 i department Therefore, .t remained -
Mate UM 191* 1933 !
( I LION :
tl I\'" famlliwfaMf observers uifL shows that orders for foreign store.
money i Nectar wa.n't flov';ng after up to a few incur 1l1'ns
Pa. .. ., _UfcMOOM 76,000.000
of the OpttllAl hit Ibis guarantee,(Man areoonoo; J1'.oo.ooo tr ln.minlon.twd toll 1 the freeze and they were shorton to organise! a fire drp I'rotnt.

in dell, Would deatroy. to R large Maryland S.800.000 12800.000; 1J7 million dollars, sent back to ,I'' supplies Here u another: an with J. F AUxnndei .ii chi! \ the
degree, _M individualism and w New I the old country Of this vast sum I Acquaintance owns i cottage on other members being r F C 1'11-
Jersey .000,000 7100,000
reliance that have loJ* been 'If-l Italy was beneficiary to th e amount'':1 Ramrod Key which he had not man Joe Burton, Jai k Arnold.
a, kll retie of the dttons of Other Important producers are: 'of 4. million Upon the whole |visited! for a year and when he Ben Biggers Charley Fuel md

nation young and old alike I Ohio, Michigan and Colorado andpossibly there was a decrease of 1* per,t went there a few weeks ago he W. E. Morrison ."

others for none of which cunt from the amounts sent in ,iJIII8. I found bees had taken posataslon -"J. F. Alexander had demonstrated -
Ngurt! ar available to this writer '
)1 He
came that
' away with a vast the well-known fact
The chains habit '
or are generally
: mount of honey, rome of which yoU cant kill a Ford. Tit other
, too small to be felt until they In an address at Lincoln. Neb., That
t was a good story the Lead- Ierr.nlt'rprile Into my household and is day. while swerving to .11 da
l are t too strong to be broken.- Johnson Charles G Dawes asked thl I
question had about the bees '
crystallizing Into a "food fit for the collison with Dr J. A. Sm'tii! ha
1 : "Take away the business :robbing a Homestead confectionery gods." turned the flivver over .

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GROSS RECEIPTS I HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS 1 a recent campaign speech .t 1 coining, perhaps not In my
Jacksonville, Governor Fred P. lifetime, but 11'. coming Dont
.; TAX REPEAL IS MMY.MMNNN/.INNYIIMYN/MNNYYNMNYYI/II/ININ/YYIIIYYY ;Cone, candidate for United States give up the fight, because the
Homestead High Honors rallon. They have made II I.senator, declared: "It'* nO use to canal will benefit the whole '1,11<.

.' \WIIITEHAIR'S' AIM I I Its Basketball of Carl Easter Smith's bunnies birthday and ....................... ..........,,,"' ...........................................,,..... .. ,.. .. .. .... ....... ...... ....., .....

on St. Patricks I

Francis P. Whitehair, candidatefor I sembly On Tuesday honoring, H.Its H.two S. had vlctorlou.basketball an Iln Thurmans room is study J. D. (Jim) REDD !

governor, will open his speakIng teams The Junior life in Holland-wind !
campaign at Daytona Beach team won the B championship tulips, cows, fishing and
Friday of this week and Immedi- I the senior high team, the B chamjpionship ,
ately make a tour of the state that j I Edwards second grade is
will take him into every county Two more trophies were
( border.
an Easter bunny
and every community. I back by two of the
I players Don Done, a Junior I Ray* room had an elec Announcingfor :
Outright repeal of Florida'sgross
officers for Its Citizenship
(player received a medal for beln
receipts tax without substitution -
has returned
(the outstanding player In t h Doxsee ;
is advocated by the 39 year City. The pupils are
I tournament. Clinton Bishop captain I
old DeLand businessmancandidate i of the senior a border of Dutch life and
| high team received I
for Cuntrell of Mrs DvesI '
a cup outstandin..portllmanshlp.
"Although the passage of sucha 'I. I lone to Georgia The I Re-election -
repeal measure Is entirely within !
I Dr. B. E. Gatlin, a have started! to learn the
the authority of the legislative
,. ; fan, gave an Interesting talk I tables They have I *
branch of state I t
our government '
I the boys which showed them their room for Easter
would approve the enactment of as
'I the business men of of Mrs. Wynn's room I
such a bill which would eliminate I
this tax burden," he said. I are behind them. English have written to
I I Coach Blcier presented the safety soy and ire
"As for provision of $2000000 '
trophies and gave a brief pictures of the dog and COUNTYC03LMISSIONEK
a year to be supplied to the schoolsin
about the touinamcnt ,
place of the gross receipts tax rules.
I The school I In proud of Its boy.and -
revenue. I propose a reorganization I I Bud loom is surly to him :
of the states financial structure i,, the trophies__they__ brought Fled Machett return tu
to take care of this matter I I I
without additional or new taxes. :MRS. HOUR VISITS II. II. S, Fificld room also has District No. 5
. In his opening campaign address Homestead High had a very interesting Easter border
from the stage of the DcLund'-' assembly program Monday md
grade boys xul
municipal bandshell last Nov. 14, momlng The guest
I ash trays md nut I II
he :was Mrs Rohr who told the
proposed elimination of waste I
In government costs as a solutionto of the lost colony of in their copper ci'"ift class I YOUU VOTE AM SUPPORT WiLl. UK
grade girls ire doing
the problems of providing ample Island.
revenue for the deserving gov- ;i Mis Rohr gave the whole I APPRECIATED

I ernmental agencies without additional ,,of the landing of English In America I 'I (Paul Political 1 Advertisement) ,

or new taxes I I and the first white child WHO WOULD ................................"'.......................................................... .................................... I It
"Something is greatly wrong 'I and showed a duplicate of the 001'11'1 it
I I which marked the 6e1ieve
when $50000000 will not run a course
state like Florida, and that Is the ''settlers journey. _
,J. state annual income" said White- Many other rocks have a'o I holdups a cuhlrrs
hair in that announcement address I found that tell us of their now made with a safety vCfwi \
"I am fearful that the whole system and hardships Mrs Rohr left under the seat

I of Florida government, In 1 I the school library some : poor reception -let
] principle, Is hopelessly antiquated I I books on the rocks and the I your radio Never have
and lopsided l suited perhaps to and what was in them. been more interesting or
,; conditions 50, years ago, but now Everyone enjoyed Mrs. varied There is NO rea-
utterly Inadequate, and It must be I speech and we hope we will tolerate poor reception We
revised In view of needs ot 1940' able to hear more about It. ALL makes PROMPTLY
"Better roads better schools and
1 adequate old age assistance must I NEED FURNITURE AND CANS SERVICE

have, :and will receive my preferred (I The home economics I classes Krome Ave, Homestead
attention" Homestead could use all the ls
In Coral Gables recently Mr.I(I cans of any size or any other I
Whitehair said, "It took real vision that have lids The girls will 1.
I and firm courage to build Miami I I these and use them in the BROWN CO.
Miami Beach and Coral Gables' out It will also make the kitchen HOME

of mangrove swamps and sandy better. ,
wastelands of the East Coast of 30 The girls would also like Service

. years. ago i'I'living room furniture so that
y It will take the same sort of I can fix their room during ElectricalContracting I A FRESH START
'j vision, the same sort of stout courage ,,I clothing unit
to build the Florida of the I The state supervisor of
future, which all sections of thestate i''I economics and Mrs. Butts of I
should unite in a common visited the home economics department CAVES BLDO 4 t
v 'I uu'd be surprised how little it takes!' to ;
endeavor to create. Tuesday morning and suggested
.\ PHONE 534
+ "Private industry has shown its changes. They also
.d faith in Florida's future Our government ,what some other schools have : give a home a fresh! start !

1 has lagged far behind. It ...........'.........................'...................
j must be brought up to F F A. LOSES GAME: ::;

streamlined to keep pace dale'j Homestead chapter F. F. A : 1 Brewster, M. 1). } t Often just a hit of redecorating does
3 great progress private industryhas defeated by Miami in an I I I '
made," he said."Government I game of diamond ball with II I Ear, None and Throat !{ ,I trick-some doing
I the painting- ocrshabby
must encourage score of 6-3. The game was I I I Treatment 1
j n"
and not interfere with business. on the school diamond ball I
We must have a stable and understanding It was Homesteads first game Glassed Fitted floors or lining up warped

government in Talla- a series that will end In MolY.After boom I I. 12 and brANwIntnunt t
hassee In order that private Industry this a district i doors, help, too. And "building in" w
", may know what to expect. will be held.ELEMENTARY,
"To do this Florida needs a I it moor grab A... and
leadership by men of the same : SCHOOL \\ SMM4 itn>lBMU kitchen cabinets or an extra utility

. calibre as the men who are leaders The pupils in Miss lM4 Fluids II
> in our business world." room are glad to have Betty I N.. Ut f tl closet means a lot to the homemaker.

Cintonz back, with them after ........__.M_ M.M..H.H.H.H..H..M..I II
Vernon Turner of Homestead, .. 1 You'd be surprised too, at the amount "
who Is home from Stetson University -,

for the Easter holiday, REELECTSID of redecorating and repairs that a small
Monday will speak before the I
student body of Homestead High I
School on the recent progress and monthly sum can pay for on the FIIA
j activities of the university. Mr. L. KENDRICK I II
Turner It a member of the Mystic Plan. .
Krewe, mens leadership organization 0#'
:) which has designated 19 JUSTICE II I
students to speak at high schools
throughout the state The speakers I For information phone 62. 1I

J are men and women who have won OF THE PEACE4th ,
distinction on the Stetson campus I

District, Dade County !

Homestead's. Oldest I BROOKER a

j Barber Shop This will be my fourth race for this I I

post. The votes of my friends and \I

D. L. BOWENHAIRCUT supporters in past elections will '

Ole again be greatly appreciated. LUMBER CO.




Expert and courteous service.. (Paid Political Advertisement) f HOMESTEAD FLORIDA

I A trial will be appreciated. I r. JM
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Page. Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. March 22. 194(

I "Finis" Written to Homestead's Bond Harrassments...!

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amount to the '..t ing i nn the bonds icdicm.i .it & on the d. liar' Its, unnecessary for the city to make !encouraging, and the city hat on

(Continued from rage One) that had matured .a. 'I'c time uf the thus effc'cUnit .j ,'l\ ing of $4.794 47 I I any further levies m behalf of hand ample funds to meet the

Judge of the United States refunding. there I h,,, twin "r would on tliia judgmentOn I I Harry C Davis or the VermontInvestment ; April I. 1940( interest pajmeit.

District Court for the Southern have been, sated on interest the the bonds held by Harry C. Company, and thai land the better part of the 193

District of Florida. entered a final amount of S491.345.37. Da\" amounting to $65.000.00. the I there 11 no danger of mandamus taxes have not yet been collected.

decree approving and confirmingthe In reference to the Harry C. Interest to maturity would have I suits being filed against the city In connection with the refund.

plan of competition tenderedby DeVil judgment which is affectedby 'amounted to $50.630.00. but under I for put-due indebtedness under I ing of the citys indebtedness, I

the City of Homestead its the bankruptcy decree. Davis'the refunding plan It amounts to any circumstances. and in the future have represented the city in seventeen .

creditors holding bonds and coupons bad a balance due on hit judgmentof $26.256.67. thus effecting a saving .. only in the event the city different law suit In the

$M.652.76. Of this amount 121.- on the Davis bonds alone of $24.- is unable to pay the interest on ;,federal and state courts all of

I am sure.that you will be interested 30000 Is represented by coupons 37333 which when added to the the refunding bonds i which are now disposed of by the

in knowing UM savings that and for which he will receive coupon saving on the judgment $2132776 None of the refunding bonds become I(proceedings In bankruptcy f hope

have been and will be effected by certificate which will be redeemable (makes a total of 45701.09 saved ; due until October 1. 1967 ''you feel encouraged now \t I do '

this procedure I at 1332500. thui effecting tin, the DaIs case but every effort should be made |to proceed In an endeavor u settle

As you remember under the a laving on the Davis I am calling these figures to to buy these bonds as fast as possible ,i at promptly as possible all of the

plan the bonds were to be exchanged i judgment of $2132778 .your attention merely to show the and to retire them, thus reducing |so-called floating indebtedness"

par for par. but the interest ) In the Vermont Investment Company advantage to the city of the refund- the amount necessary each of the city.
rate was reduced from 5H% of bonded year to be levied for the paymentof Very truly
j case a judgment was rendered ing its obligations and I yours
und S% to the following scale: for $6,637 68. the balance of !!of the beneficial results achieved interest The present status of IRA C. HAYCOCK

2% for the tint two years. which at this time amount to because of the bankruptcy proceedings the citys interest and sinking I City Attorney for

214% for the next two years, I 614222. In this case coupon certificates I fund" for refunding bonds is very City of Homestead.

3% for the succeeding six years. will be issued for $].393.00 This final decree means that it .
4% for the next succeeding ten

:years, and of Unknown State of Florid, .. embraced In
5% for the last ten yean; Lot It Blot: I. Comnirrr Addldltlon Certificate No 4TU The am.nl
also that In UK Chr of Homestead. I of Mid property under the Mid' Certificate
at the time of the refunding County .' Old. Slate of fiord aembraced / Issued vat In the name of
of the City of Homesteadit In Certificate N.. ass I t.know. RE-ELECT
Tee aaeirvflif sold prop..t? under I Lot it. Llrlamton. Addition In the
was Indebted to its bondholdersto the laid tertl'kata Issued wu l I. .lhe City of Hmeetcad County of D..I.,
an amount of $46102050 and acme nf ( ,,kid f .'. of Florida. u embraced! ,In C.r
Lot 10. i."i. Commerce AMI I. lirkata No "'1. The amazement of
for this indebtedness coupon cor- i In the City "f Ho..to. Cddhtruf II II'Ion. MM property under the Mid C.rtlflau
ficates were to be issued re- Dad. state of n..rld.. H embraced ? toned w.. In lh name of IniKleee :
in Certiorate No lit*. Theaeftraainent "....., Joe
kemable at 2fc: on the dollar if M.4 property uneVr taM I Mid Certificates lull he rr.Jeemed Scarborough
thereby effecting as a saving Corlifiesl. Issued WM ,Itt the some ircnrdlnr to law. tax deed will
I of Unknown : issue thereon on UM Ird dar of April. A
$34576516 on Interest that had Lot II Blank 1' Commrree Addition D. IIW i I
accrued to October I. 1937. I In the City of imeatead. Guests I Dated this tats day of February A. D.
of Dad. Buu of PI. rlda. ae emkrarrd 1940.
I have calculated the amount of In Certificate" N" SM Th r n LFATHFRMAN. the People's Candidate
*/ vfng that has been effected I assessment nf mid property under the risk of Circuit <...in.
said Certificate luurd win ,In Uw name I Dade roon.r. H", 'id., I
the unmatured bonds outstanding of UnknownUl Circuit rtart Pr.lUs'
en October I. 1937 If these bonds 21. Ll.lnnU.n'i Addition. In the i N C nY-RRETT. D C.
City of HumnUnd L.",Mr .t Pad, .... I ", i II. 22. 29. 1961" ConstableJth
had been paid M they matured and

there had been no default. the
amount of interest payable on District, Dade County

these bonds to July 31. 1936
would have amounted $382 Your Vote and Combined SupportWill

82000 But under our reduced

scale as set forth above the interest lie Greatly AppreciatedSubject

on these bonds would hamounted ,,\ <. 3 ,

t to $21734000, this effecting -
a saving on the unm.tunt I to the Democratic Primaries' la May

bonds of 14558000. Add thi.l I IMiTlfB

1'01 ?Hill Cell'IOTT JI'11I.11' till n'' (Paid Political Advertisement)
A\l, FOR 1'4"11 ('nil OTT. FLORIDA
1% rllll"4T"\.. /HsI.
10 IW' n7TAT1 OP ('!fUIL'.. M HOP '

timemaea TO rUFDITORK I Ir.

.. nil Creditors, and All I l>. r, n. H.Inr .
Claim or 0...... A..,n. /
)wise iyeti
and earh ..f r 00". see hrrrlri. > "
.eyulyd 1.. peasant any I. ndemand. '
.h..h you tar .1Ut.. ..r
h.... ...j,.., the ....... ..f l hail.- w H
..._ law of Dao C."uf .' Fl-.d" ,
th. 110. W. F III....... {'...n''> r
Dade. C".I,. and i HI. the. ta"..
afore la the County CevrUwuntr I'l P.1
t.." Florida. .....'" ...h' ..1. I.
.H,ntha from its daM of the f .., I Ilion .'01, j
kereof Held rlalme or drum, .I.
contain the lacal. idn>m of the .i.m.e'
and U W .... to awl IS_tell .. .1., I
..I idwsam. will .be .harred, Bee x... "
12u of I 1943 Pe.Mt. J
Dale March IS, A. l>. :.4il

A. Administrator' IRA C of. MAY the O:'K fHAKLKS I
& Francis Whitehair
( W HOPE to..I, l I $ # r
,mar U n apr : I

Tat I>IM> I 1 Hen the kind of nan you'vt often out
file lagtNotke < :
la kmnr town l that Thnmaii L I att 00 bait the Ideal unJuljK for governor
A kert. holder aeannee of Slate and r
(aunty Tai l''tI' Numhere.1 21", ti es 0 rid man who has risen from poverty to
dated ... Ttk oIa, if Jill,. A l> lSn, nai t'tM yy0't abed by the hardest sort of work who
filed. aid' Ortlftcat. In mr office. md hot I
mad ............. for too deed to Won ha hecome >n outstanding leader in his .profcanon -
Ch_ I. ....._ .lIh I.. Paid tU y1t S who is admired foe his
Lrtirkate" ..._ the. following deerrlbrdn 4 t X71 tr
> >..ertr. aMoated la Dade Countr V&te 0On a \ols'teetbot loyalty, integrity and ability
l.wk: le 01, t led Mt of the who know.p .
a nun fw rid
Lot U. Rlori t Mothers Park
Hook n. ..... ... in UM County"r".1 14 .osSN tt g your nceda yet, w his, because
..... State of ". .'010. l t
aammaat vt and yro arty Vt0 to t o t) tPt i at hit uuea inJ high trot oft
Chon.. fertlfkal bawd was I: the ,.
1 named Unknown. t t1 blot ( honor Kill b* above the i temrta(0 -
Palest said H4lrate ball be rrdwmedMroedlM to .t Mt "on f"If-intenet in Doke
( 60 ,tt"t r > /
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to !... Ua o ed will there.in RIDE WITH
the. I4rt dar of April A. D 1.40. *1ab0 ia 0 btVlM Franca W hitthair know the problems
of Marcb A. I
nod thin tell day
1110 4 of the poor nan bcciuat hi was aeffritely >
R. R. ll4TH'R'HN. Unaided he worked hit
poor way
.. Clork 0' Circus 0'1 01
Dade County Florida. / ''X through high school and calkge 1 1I He knowsN'

Circuit Court lealMr.M. C fTrRRKTT D I / j\ \ the problems of the farmer because h* U a

mar M 19. apr I. It, It.ISM, "J' intros grower and farmer He knows the
LK yew tty ymIwbf
NDTIt It or APPLICATION I this kind e/stow mOrtin problem* of the buwner sun beaus he is *
rox T." nirn Enroute NORTH by BUS
business He know the proHeiiucftW
Ale ",... SIMTNntle 1 i for f everNevonr man
b .....- deal. that. Tbenltr". Stick a.w.w auks beuuaths tea IM er A young
urea eartaxp.ytr p >
......,. harder .. na..... of City ff H *>, : Meet Spnaff antoul North this year la the comfort and ease ol a Fiord
plead Ua rertlfleaM Numhrr SMMl fan elms Me fur hew sue s strong, able rmn yet a ttnptc Motor Lanes Zephyr bus. Travel scenic highways through the heart ol
?, USa Ml*. STSI and 4774. datrd .h4tb ...1 fnenJly,ipprauhable human being the Historic South taking TOur choice of picturesque routes. II .In a
dar of Jun.. A. D. lot. ha fl.I *
h q aid .....,...... .In ml' .".... mil h.l I I hurry to get "kick home. make reservation saw on see el the new
Visa .aplleatloa far tae deal ." !I.. ..' luxurious air-conditioned; limited buaaa.-all oats reserved no local
e ikenmi ra aMMdame with law Md 1 1t i l stop steward lenrlce tee pillow, hour eared-at ..,.U sutra fare
fortification ewibrafw the follnwin 't..I t fmFA1D sot exceeding II. You eee sod enloy Tout trip mar by bus.
-ihed prawrty. elevated In Dade Co"MIFk

Lat tl Mark I Cannerr AMi- I yiUTICA4 A, s. ; a-N. 7 111.11 9 "
t llon la .... Clur 0' Mieatoad... rn"nty
d Dad, oafs of rtortda at em. $ 5.23 tlMRLESTON S. C. I 7.('
:: breed In rartlfWala No UM Tnt ATLANTA ISw CHARLOTTE ..tt
a..eaiai.nl af said property under the I Ir CINCINNATI: 1150 RICHMOND HIS
MM C.-I.... iMiard waa In the isms !
; : IMI \V\POL1S 1119 WASHINGTON 114

t 1936: Plymouth Tudor DETROIT IUS MM YORK M.3J

l Sedan-Traded b>' original I AKRON 1733 ROCHESTER 19.5
purchaser ; in excellent REALTORReal I

condition ; black I Redland Station

i \ finish : clean inside and Estate General Insurance f FLAGIER A.E. AND MOHRY ST_FIIONE S.

) t c. out ; 1910 license ta.1'

; Bird Chevrolet Co.. ,, Cor. Palm A*' NOTARY". and Av*. PUBLIC B Florida City, Fla. will MII 110

: Phone 98, Homestead, PHONES: 5II-J AND SII-M
I Fla. ." it .

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I Friday.. March 22. 1940 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pact Seven

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i FLORIDA CITY l-Homestead; ; Girl Stouts REDLAND F. F. A,

By Melba lant\inkle I LEWIS tR\\.%. Reporter

In and Around Bjr DIM W. W. Sever ---..-...-.,,-...--... .._.__ ._....._, ..._....................... .
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Final plans for the weekendcamping
11 Tuesday afternoon. Much 19
Mr and Mrs M F Stiling left trip at Ojus were madeat Redland Chapter F r'. .\. Ida" d
Tuesday for a short visit in Day-
Homestead a meeting of the Homestead diamondb with Ponce Dr f ,-on
; tona Beach before returning to Girl Scouts Tuesday afternoon at
chapter here. The game \\'.>< .i 13-
their home in Detroit Mr. and
the home of Mrs. Frank Skill 18 victory for Ponce De Leon
Mrs tiling have been guests this
captain Redland members who 1 ]11.I d
r.: ,winter of Mr. and Mrs EdwardStiling
I i The Intermediate scouts studied were: H A. Aman Jr. Will,I 'n
1 MM R R. Atkins and daughter in :tW, Mr and Mrs. Sam J. .
library work under the directionof Hampton Harold Hampton, I C: '
who have been visiting Mr. and Davis, for several months will j I ,
I Mrs. C. J. Parman. The Ten- Romlne Charles Bohn'i,<, I' uMhlen '
. Mrs A. F. Arthur for the past leave today for their home in Mr. and Mrs Leon Perry and derfoot scouts dramatized the Earl U\srnj. Jack C... ..-
i months, left Monday for their Lebanon, Tenn I|I I I
few ; son. Jackie and Jake McPherson scout laws.Those ,bell, Robert Munn Jack :Mall I 'I I
Lewes, Del! Mr Atkinsis --- I II I
home In $
Wednesday for their homes in ,
J present were: Mrs Russell Perry Johns and Richard Prlllh) "
J a sister-in-law of Mrs. Arthur. I IIf I Vernon, students Turner at Stetson and lnl\'erslty.1 Jack Turner I I IDC 1 i i Bridgeton. N. J They were accom- Horne, Mrs. James Hudson Monday OIlIhltm! h 15: R Bland -
I ponied as far as Uncclnton, N. C.. Mrs. Skill Dora Scott. Marion chapter u ill meet in Hi, I' u-
;' Kenneth W. Stone and his father Land, arrived Wednesday to, by Roy Shultz.
J I I Edmonds, Melba VanXA ink It. Ann ter room.
C L. Stone, left Tuesday for their I spend the Easter holidays with Shackleford, Ann Hickson Margaret -
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home In Ashby, Mass, after spend I their parents Mr and Mrs GOO. Freddie Chapman began working Stillmun Wilda Baits Betty I
W Turner, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. I
ing three months at their winterresidence I Chas. G. Turner, for the Fuchs Baking Company in Bailey Margaret Barnes, M,tureen
in Redland They will respectively. South Miami Friday Houston, Ruth Rutlind B. ibara nit It S. AKEns
... visit relatives In Bradenton and 'I Jean Home J>1yn Mock Barbara
r' Cleveland before returning to their'I I I Mr. and Mrs. J, Lawrence Scott, Miss Bernadine Farr of Detroit Jean Wakefield, Ardel Paimim,

. .: home I have as a guest for a few weeks, Is expected to arrive Saturday; fora Barbara Miller Anne Rheney, DENTIST
Geo. W. Scheetz
of Pittsburgh
. short visit with her parents, Mr. Mary Catherine Saber, Suzanne Office Hours: I a, m. to S P. mSundjjs .
,0 Miss Naomi Davis. who received and Mrs. E. Farr. Mrs Farr and Brown, Katherine Kelly Betty
9 to It
Mr and Mrs S. L. Prior and :
back and head injuries In an auto Miss Farr plan to spend the week- Gatlin, Betty Slillm. Frances
mobile accident several weeks ago, Roger, will leave today for their end in Nassau Foster Barbara Jean Smith. Betty timed Saturdays
home In Detroit after / Mrs. I
and Ruth Byrum.
was returned to her home Wednesday
Priors parents, Mr. and Mrs E. Free Parking Space
from the
County hospital.
M Vrana In Redland for several Mrs Alma Doxsee and daughters
weeks moved back to their home here For results use Leader i 116t N. W. 36TII ST.. MI\MI
,,' Miss Iva Dyal and Miss Virginia PHONE: 11131PRESTON
Mondjy They had apent the win-I !
Frick arrived Wednesday from DC Clement Russell arrived \\ednes- ter in Homestead Enterprise: Classified Ads

Land, where they are students at I day from Lakeland where he Is I --- -._- -.
Stetson University, to spend the a student at Florida Southern College -'! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stalling : --
spring holidays with their parents I to spend the holidays with his:of South Miami and their son

here. parents, Mr and Mrs W. II Russell Skipper, visited in Florida City f B. BIRD
In Naranja :Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene McGuIre of

-, Sweetwater Tenn, are visiting I Mrs. C. T. Bowman returned to John Lynch has gone to Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Jacobs her home In Dimncus Ga., last Beach r\MU\TL: IOR
week after a visit with her son-ln-,i, iI i
Mrs. Francis Freeman under law and daughter, Mr and Mrs T. I
i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bdbson.I .
went a major operation in the E. Kirby.Mr. I II COUNTYC03131ISSIONER
who spent the winter here left
Post Graduate hospital yesterday.' I
Friday: for St. Petersburg The
I and Mrs H. J. Rhodes of|I late
on the to their home
Edwin Lawrence, who spent the: Hallcindale and children, Ronnie way i InI
\\oodmount. Conn
spring holidays In Homestead with and Betty, and Miss Catherine I
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L Murphy of Miami visited Mr. and I I nil DISTRICT
1 Lawrence, left Wednesday; for Mrs B. C. Murphy, parents of Mrs. Mr and Mrs II Andrews, Mi I nine ( >t'STY
Athens i and Mrs E. Farr and grand-daughter -
\ where he is a senior at the Rhodes and Miss Murphy Wednesday |
University; of Georgia i, Birnadme. and Jackie Perry I
r. enjoyed a picnic at the Matheson
y ".. Muss Marjorie Moser Miss Betty Mrs. HerbfotT"rner is in the',beach Sunday. subject to IVmiMralk I'rlnurr

Richards and Mill Annabelle Post Graduate hospital for medical MAY 7, 1110

-. ], Redd, all students at Florida treatment.Mrs. 1 r
Southern College arrived Wednesday + Dr. Leonard \\. lIaokln" I
Tyler \eaney and Paul.
to the son .-....tlft. In R.. FL.ln.lU.il
spend spring holidays Bp
with their will leave Tuesday for Louisville fill,mi u>t iip..Nna' ..fGLASSES lot n von \M: Sl'ITOUTILL HF
parents here. Ky., where they will visit Mrs | '
I Veaseys mother Mrs. W. M I (GREATLY APPRECIATED:
Miss Ann Sweet and Paul Sweet Ganz. 141. N r. Pint ft.. Mi.ml Fib
> of Topeka Kan.. visited Mrs. J. mplilrlr Air l...tMfta4 I uuld I II.I 11" opportunity| | ( to serve my
V (.ii.tnta.il T.r
Tower and Mrs. II H. D'j I Bill Irwin of Miami was a weekend "A d 'tret. for I I 1..1.1 ,i' II old make a good,
Tuesday. Mr. Sweet was a guast of Dale Henderson in hard working county mmlssiom It I

mate of Mrs. Tower at Washburn Princeton. i do not inert our expedition. remember,

College In Topeka. Mr. and Mrs Clyde Conger and I you can fire me two years from nov

Miss Edna Nell Richards, seniorat Mrs, Norma Herbert, all Haring of Groton and,daughter N. Y.- I "Anthing Done, Is d'ood: or Had Only I By
Wesleyan College in Macon Ga.,
arrived Thursday to spend the were recent guests of Mr and MisA Dentist Comparison":
Easter J. Van Marter of North Krome (Paid l'oIJt".1I 1 I A I citnemintRedland i iI
holidays with her parents,
the Rev and Mrs. J. J. Richards.Mr. avenue
Office Hours 8:30-1:30

and Mrs Fred Mackert and
sons, John, Frank and Fred, and Dr. R. J. Eliiott First National Bank I

Mrs. Lizzie Main, who have been
'visiting Mrs. Clara VanWmkle I CHIROPRACTOR Bidding
left Sunday for their home In St I I II Brandt
Anthony Idaho. I Horn Hide Homestead
Open Evenings br Appointment "
LA .
Miss Alia Webster returned to I 1

Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Fertilizers
Ga., Sunday after a visit with her Green: Lantern RestaurantAdjoining
parents Mr., and Mrs. Julian H. 1

Webster Hotel Redland

Mrs Portia Bentley and Miss Mrs. Given Victor Proprietors arc manufactured in Homesteadby

Frances Davis, who have been
visiting their brother and sister I
a locally owned company.

1938 Pontiac Tudor Sc-i I

dan-Here's a real buy; I + POST TI31E :Mixtures are carriedon

owned and operated mi) 3:13 P. M.d .

the district low mileage
; I

; original green fin- hand for every

ish; tires in good shape;I

radio; 1910 license tag., need.

Bird i Chevrolet Co.,I

Phone 98, Homestead;
Fla. Your patronage is

always appreciated.


PUBLIC Florida East Coast Fertilizer (0.I .

Fire Insurance and FRANK B.RUE.MGR



SS N. Krone Ave. I

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Pare Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. March 22. 19.iG

I'.u Social Events in South DadeMISS . I


-- P. T. A. at Wednes
Miss Margaret HalnUn wa;honored ; Cast had made the following explanation -
Mr. and Mrs F. S. Ketterman Elkms s meeting the trophies won by f.
with a miscellaneous showergiven :
announce the marriage of their season In basketball squads In
Saturday afternoon In the
tot her !' district and the There
tournament was a young lady named
granddaughter. MiN Mary Ketter clubhouse of the Woman Club of
mom player medal won by Don Margaret
W. Va to George the Redlands by Mrs A. H. Singleton -
man of ,
The and best Whom chose
ne sportsman trophy cupid a* a targetHe
F Davit of Florida City andAthl'n. Athens I Clinton Bishop. The sec Mrs Carlton R. Singleton and bent back bU bow

.. Tenn. on March 14 in the past was directed to write a let- Mrs. W. H. Cast. Miss Kainlin And an arrow let go

Stanton Memorial Church In City with I of appreciation to the basket- whose engagement was annuoncedlast And hit Maggie heart with
week, will become the bride
Miami. [Cloningcr boys his dartlet.
The ceremony was performed by Ing. I Selections from the operetta I of Harold Faylor In April
to the bride-elect fairWho's
The Easter motif used in
W. of Mr. and was
the Rev. A. Heaves pastor Boy, were given. friends here
today come
the clubhouse
the church. Mr. and Mra Ketter- tin an a President W. R. Bird announced I
to share
Mrs. J A. Soper and Miss Kath-
1I1.n accompanied the young Mr. and new officers will be elected I Her joy In this hour
leen Lloyd prizes In flower
won a
"iplc i leave the the next meeting
And tender this shower
contest. Each wrote
The bride wore a tailored cos- I West The association voted to serve guessing guest
With best
wishes to the happy
her favorite recipe for the bride-
tume of olive green I will make dinners in the cafeteria young pair.
Mrs Davis attended Davis and City. to hold cake and candy sales elect
Let Me Call You Sweetheart"was Pastel tinted
cup cakes were
The first cake and candy sale
sung by a group of girls, Miss served
with ice cream by. Mrs
: be held on Saturday March
MRS CINA STEWART TO DE Frances Soper Misses Betty and
. I Carlton R. Singleton assisted by
Mrs. Byrd, Mrs J. G. Wynn
01' WOMAN: CLUB OF .. Bird, Mrs. Sam Alexander I Ruth Crawshaw Miss Elizabeth 1 !Mrs Fred Kufeldt and Mrs. Soper
Ha nlm and Miss Ruth Gosnell. Dolls Singleton and Barbara
Mrs J. M. Scarborough will
MM Clna Stewart was elected treasurer !Miss Kathleen Ross played the accompaniment Jean Soper had charge of the
In charge
I iii", Idcnt of the Woman's Club ofthe made Attendance prizes were won by |I guest book.

Redlands at the annual meet- Mrs Buds room and Mrs Ruth Barbara Jean Soper and Doris I The guests Included: Mrs. Carrlo
secretary Singleton wearing bunny caps I MeCullouRh, Mrs. A. H. Stees Mrs.
If)L, of the club Tuesday afternoon s room. I brought out the gifts In pastel

In the clubhoune Mis B. A. Wal- that The there I I ................................................-............. tinted baskets and presented themto I Mary. Crawshaw D Huck, Mrs of Miami A C: Gosnell Mrs GA .,

lin I who has served as president in the I The Calendar the bride to-be after Mis Mrs. A. H Price Mrs. E. R.

I for the pmt five years nuked to cludes the ......................................................,..,.....,"" I Hawkes, Mrs Fred Kufeldt, Mrs.

he permitted to hold no office during putting a I I. Mar 24-Sacred concert spon- : DR. \ND :MRS J. A. SMITH: iJ. L. Gldden, Mrs. Grigga, Mrs

I he coming year. house by W M S' in Homestead ENTERTAIN HOSPITAL STAFF O H. Hainlln, Mrs.' Soper Miss
Mrs. Oo W Turner Jr.. was I To add I o t Church I Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith enter- Soper Misses Ruth and Betty
elected first vice.president; I the club Mar 24-Tounsend Club meet tained the members of the Dado I Ciawshnw Miss GosnelU Miss

Vli<. frank W. Sitlltmn was rcI per at a In Neva King Cooper School County hospital staff with a steak I Price, Miss Ross and Miss Elizabeth -
,.10"I ltd recording secretary: and house next at 2:30: o'clock. dinner cooked in the outdoor fireplace Hdinlin.

M Its. E. A. Carter was re-elected I 129, at 8:30: Mar. 25-Dinner and Installa-1 on the lawn of their home Gifts were received from Mrs.

I of officers of Womins Club Tuesday evening Dan Roberts, Mrs. E H. Baker

JUNIOR \\OMANS CLUB : i Homestead Following the dinner, the regular Mrs C. G. Calderwood, Mrs. James
. I Mar 25-Meeting of Jennie Lob- business of the monthly meetIng Daugherty, Mrs. Sam Engle Mrs.
GIVES EASTER PARTY AT ] Circle with Mrs. Lloyd Field. of the staff was discussed. Gotch Kufeldt, Mrs. Martha Nelson -

-"M Mar. 26 Woman Club of Guests were: Dr. Iva C. You- Mrs. Wayne Calkins Mrs W.
An Banter party was given by Mrs Ansel benefit bridge party mans Dr. John W. Snyder Dr. D. Waterberry, Mm"'O. E Haln-

the Junior Woman Club of tus Wynn, clubhouse. G. Raap, Dr. J. Flipse, Dr. W. _. lin. Mrs Geo. Wilson Mrs. Burley
Homestead at Its social meeting F. B. Mar 27-Meeting of Lily Law- Fitzgerald, Dr. W. L. Vlnson Dr. Miami Mrs Edw. Cranston,
!Monday night in Bamboo Tavern Mra I Bow Book Review Club in Hillard W. Willis\ Dr. A. M. Iof Booker of Miami, Mrs

Mrs E. A. Buchanan, Mrs Stanley Dendy, Logan Dr. Charles Burbaeher Dr.I Howard of Miami, Mrs. Budd of
Wittkop and Miss Parl Whlt- Robert Mar. 27-Easter egg hunt of Bascotn Palmer Dr. Thomas Hudson Mrs. Leonard Stevens, ,
iker were hostesses. see, Miss Sunday school Dr. James Putman Dr. Rob-!Misses I :: Mary and Emily Engle,

The long table was decorated I Norma Mar. 27-Visit of national state ert M. Oliver, Dr. Cowan Dr Miss Jeanne Calkins Miss Gloria

with gladoll and fern. Pink and ter, Miss district officers to local Wood- Halpern, Dr. Cuchu. Dr. McAn- J Waterberry, Miss Betty Sanfordand
green candles and pink rabbits Eloise 's Circle at 8 p. m. drews and Dr Wm. Rigby I Miss Barbara Burke.

also. were used In the decorations Mar. 28-Junior Music Club

md a decorated Easter egg marked BRIDAL ( with Barbara Jean Wake-

with the individual name was AT 11 j, .
it each place to serve as a place Mr. and t'P.I Mar. 28-Meeting of Redland
card. a family .' Aid with Mrs Thomas
Bingo was played after the dm- evening I in .. r r 1 ( t I r /
; : : Mar. 29 e
law and I -Benefit supper of Wo-
present were: Mrs. T. Byron i Club of the Redlands at
.1. Walker !Mrs Harold in : p. m. "
Oxford IT 1iIIll !1Ill J t ::;;: J. f "" .J.U.l
MM Bruce Ennis, Mrs. Paul Los- !rene on Mar. 29 Local exhibit and |

net. Mrs R. E. Sheraid Mrs former of Redland Home Demon |

Rudolph Mdt1.s0nIrs.! James Bud The Club. I PURETEST PLENAMIVS:
I Princeton Mar. 30-Homestead P. T.
:MRS FIFD\ III'GIIES TELLS I joyed after and candy sale A.I A B D E G CAPSULESwith

CLUB OF NEW ANNUALS | Covers : I Mar. 30 Woman Club of I Liter and Iron
Mrs Horne benefit bridge party in
Mrs. Fleda V. Hughes of timl I Mr. and ( 30 days' $2.29
told the
members of the South and Mrs Apr. 1-Meeting of Junior Wo Treament ... ..... .
Dude Garden Club at a meeting Mrs J. B. 's Club of Homestead.Apr. ,

Monday afternoon at the home of W. Pryor Meeting of Garden Club Puretest i f
Mrs H
Ruegg about the newest
Mrs Annie R. Butler
and Horne Mr. OSTEstROL Brewer's Yeast Tablets
most beautiful
annuals She
kins Mrs. Apr Meeting of general W.
also gave Instructions for VI
cultivation. their Cash S.Apr. 100 _ 50c
Cash Miss 3-Meeting of W. M. U. Cir I

Mn Hughes spoke of the> highways jorie .. 50cc package 200 _ 89c I
being cluttered with billboards Kenneth Apr. S'-Meeting of Episcopal

and urged each member to ben $3.00 ,., !

do all possible to have them removed Horn <",,,,,,, ,y.if: :
t "" '
tttfl'VISIT '
Mn G.o. E Deuel read r
a report REDLAND :
of Wild Life week. March 17 HAS I 'Jfr tiif G YfJ :

to March 23. Mrs Grace McLet- The lrM { .Jt.-:>.,, i
Ian Smith read an article by Don- land Farm

ato Beattie who makes a hobby an Easter OUR .. ...",1.... e
of birds. Mn Geo. E, Reed gave by their w..." s 5" N..w Orr v ..;;,.... .
a group of readings. Lee Mn I.., to tie '"
SODA ::. ... .. two
The be .
next meeting will held E. e ."..... 'swalMUh aNJ
April 1 at the home of Mrs Annie Gasman, ;.: :

i R. Butler in Homestead. Mn. R Lee I FOUNTAINOAKuM O ,:' I
J. Shepherd, the president. announced The class I[ "o" ..
before the .... ..
"' PIM4 ae.4 I ; ..".
Those present at the meetingwere Easter '

: Mrs. Mary Helntem Mn Cookies Ton one "do CUOQS with yoga LUNCHEON lour rlotlaaa\ wrssae.

O W Calkins, Mrs. H. M. Brown,I served hair after/ t) has ba given aSh .

i. Mr*. Ben Young. Mrs. E. F. Mix The hon rWnaiunt wave. Ira 11:30 to 1:30
I Mrs D. W. Shetzline, Mn A. sisted of: art to hand and loots loralf : n t -
Gude, Mrs. Elbcrta Bute. Mrs. N. teacher. at all HUM*. We nooauamd

y R. Fisher, Mrs. A. W. Jones. Mrs Carpenter, Thermlque CroqalcnolrALICE'S DAILY'THE $10al!
Sophie Ahten. Mrs. B. W. Vivien, Novella
Mn Harry D. Wolfe. Mrs R. o.I' Merry
: y t Desmond, Mrs ft J. Brockett, Mrs Florence La.l Nano" aware T.MarlMlIe Cow

1 Hollister Sage Mrs. J. M. Dobbin, Jeannette DIXIE DRUG

II Mrs. W. K. Haas, Mn. Joel J. ".Rose Newt BeAUTY

Robinson Mrs. N. a Ball, Mrs. I Pearl JACK POut-HO\V
Mrs.Butler f Luke t
n Wm. Dunlop, Mrs Shepherd ... McCnr Afri.-ANnOw .....14 Phones 30 *JH| Old Homestead. Fla.
Mn Hughes, Mrs. Reed, ; Wyeth .,rJ,-..fPIMM
and Mn !Lott, Jack ] u..w '
Mrs. Deuel, Mn Smith 'ti.
1Mt "STOll
Ruegg; . :Ray Rivera,, ,

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Friday, March 22. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Nine

CIRCLE MEETING MARCH 27 The officers for the Woman

Club of Homestead will be installed -
I Mrs Jeanie Willaid, n Plans for the meeting were madeat Monday evening at 7:30
I vice-president of the Woodmen's a meeting held at the home of o'clock at a dinner meeting it the
Circle, will attend the installationand Mrs W. D. Coker. Homestead Country Club.
Miss Abbey Holden of Jacksonville Members have been asked to
HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB initiation ceremonies which state manager, and Mrs. make reservations with Mrs. J. D.
the local Woodmen's Circle will Catherine Richardson of Coconut Perkins Mrs. W. E. Rheney. Mrs.B. .
HOLDS EXHIBIT AT G WAKEFIELD HOMEThe hold In the clubhouse of the Wo- Grove, district manager, also are M. Hindman Mrs. Claude
men's Club of Homestead on to be present, and the Coconut Campbell, Mrs. R. J. Elliott or
Homestead Home Demon- first and third place and Mrs. Wednesday March 27 at 8 Grove drill team will assist In the Mrs. J. T Hammett, the committee
stration Club held Its annual ex- Schneider, second o'clock. ceremonies. In charge of the arrangements
hibit at the home of Mrs Geo. Mrs: Wakefield got blue ribbons Additional Social Events on
N Wakefield yesterday A cov- for a wastebasket set and two a P w c. HOLDS ment of Mrs. Virgil D. Lyon on the: rage 11
ered dish luncheon was served, pairs of quilted bedroom shoes PROGRAM MEETING nominating committee to replace
and In the afternoon Miss Eunice Miss Ann Lee,
I Mrs. Hams got blue ribbons fora Mrs. J. F. Hammett conducteda
Crady, county home demonstration -I decorated cork belt and a quiz program at Monday night's Mrs Ben Archer of the membership 1901 Chevrolet SWB Vt
agent, lectured on "How to committee reported the rein-
Christmas lift Idea.
meeting of the Homestead B. P. Ton Truck-Cab in good
Choose Colors for Your Home. statement of six former members
I In the sack contest Mrs. Smith W. C. and later read an articleon condition stake body
In the forenoon Miss Grady blue ribbons for hand ;
got : a painted Democricys Attempt to Bal
Judged the work members have luncheon cloth and napkins ance Power." Mrs J. R. Brooks entertainedat fair shape; tires O K.;

done during the year and placed made from fertiliser sacks; pillowcases Mrs Cma Stewart, president luncheon on Tuesday Mrs. rear duals l 6'50x20: ;
James E. Blake of Mulligan. Mrs.
ribbons on the winning pieces I
decorated with yellow fac- :
announced the appointment I of Mrs W. Sanders Gramling of Miami fronts 6WK.JO.: Bird
The members planned their ing and cut work and applique,
I Floia D. Myers as auditor of the
Beach and Mrs W. S Gramlinii Chevrolet Co.. Phone 98
stunt and their tags for for coun- made from big sugar sacks; pNlow' 'treasurer's books. The annual of Miami Mrs: W: S: Grnmllns:: ; I
Homestead Fla.
ty achievement day which will be cases hemmed and embroidered in'I meeting will be held April 1. was high score priM winner in I
April 29 blue. made from chicken feed
She announced also the appolnt- bridge I
In the flower contest Mrs Fred sacks; napkins made of small
Suber won blue ribbons for a sugar sacks; and a bath mat ap- I
marigold exhibit a cut flower exhibit -, pliqued in red, made from a seed "
of one variety and a mixed bean sack
cut flower exhibit. Mrs. S. A Mis Smith also won the honorsin
King was given the blue ribbonIn the looper clip contest with a
the potted plant contest. scarlet purse and scarlet pot holders -

In the canned goods contest,' and mats Newest Styles in
Mrs. Roy Wittenwyler got four i For handicraft articles not
blue ribbons and one red ribbon. listed Mrs Cravey ranked first and
The former were for canned vegetables I Mrs. Hams, second.
meats, emergency meal and Mrs. King was first In the 4-H
pickles: the latter, for marmalade. Club suggestion, and Mrs. Witten Genuinely Engraved
Mrs P. Hams ranked first In mar- wyler was first in report of home
malade and Mrs Earl Cravey, earnings
first on citrus products.
Present besides the hostess and
In the baked products contest Miss Grady were: Mrs. Mark,
Mrs. Wittenwyler ranked first In Swan, Mrs. King, Mrs. Suber Mrs.I, Wedding Invitationsand
white bread and Mrs. Ray W. W. Bethea, Mrs. Schneider,
Schneider ranked second. In rolls,I Mrs Wittenwyler, Mrs. Helen i
Mrs. Hams was first; Mrs.I I Peterson, Mrs. Hams, Mrs Cravey,I II
Schneider, second; and Mrs. Wit- Mrs. R. E. Edwards. Mrs. Smith,
tenwyler, third. I Mrs Ruehle Mrs. S. John Lynch i

Blue ribbons were won by Mrs. Mrs. Robert Glenn, Jr., Mrs John I *
Schneider In the cotton dress contest Julian, and three visitors, '
; Mrs. Wittenwyler, In the Pauline Layne, Mrs H a r Mra'i
rayon dress contest: and Mrs. Geo.D. Schneider and Mrs. Laura Announcements
Ruehle In the knitted dress

Mrs. A. D. Smith won first, second FAREWELL PARTY BY CLUB
and third honors In the hat A scavenger hunt was given by
contest. I members of the S. P. Club as a
Mrs. Smith also won the blue farewell party to honor John Mack-
ribbon in the tooled and paltned :ert, who left Sunday for his homein
aluminum picture contest. Mrs. I St. Anthony Idaho.

Wittenwyler was second, and Mrs. Winners In the hunt were: Miss
Schneider, third. Honors In the Mabel Ruth Pope, Miss Libby Jane 50 for $ 8.95
tooled copper picture went to Mrs. Buck, Miss Gevena Vann, Jack
Hams and Mra. Witten wyler. McMichael, Barney Godwin, Allen
Mrs. Cravey was first in the Pope and John Mackert.
etched glassware contest; Mrs. The group assembled at the Fu- 100 for 11.20
Hams, second: and Mrs. Schneider ture Farmer clubhouse. Refreshments -
third were served at the home of
For large Italian clay pieces Mrs Clara VanWinkle. and
I Mrs. R. E Edwards won the blue Others who attended were: Mss up
ribbon and Mrs. Wittenwyler, the I Ij Louise Barnes Miss Adrian Callahan -
red ribbon. For small Italian clay MIss Doris Kelly, Miss
j Pieces Mrj Cravey and Mrs. Edwards Dorothy Kyle Miss Helen Parker,
won blue and red ribbons Miss Iris Caplinger, Miss Melba
I respectively VanWinkle. Sheridan Miller 1 I ,
I In the straw mat purse or shopping I I Charles Steffani and Archer Dod- Eight Tyes Engraving
bag contest Mrs. Hams won son.
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LAUNDRY SERVICE Engraved Reception Cards


Successor toI Engraved At-Home Cards

I I Kent Dry Cleaning and Laundry Service

Caves Building, Homestead Engraved Ribbon Cards

Cleaned Engraved Visiting Cards
HatS and Blocked 45C

Cleaned Engraved Informal Cards
and Pressed 49c

with Envelopes

Dresses and Cleaned Pressed. 49c

12[ PC. Dresses 59c I'P ,


Damp Wash, 12 lbs--------Ale SHOP

Flat Work, lb. _ h _7c ji


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Page Ten THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. March 22.

I \ I The ChurchesBAPTIST III I I I


HOMESTEAD. J. E Jonnitona. paa. I IT JOHV8-1. B sassed av.aand The First Easter Morning
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tor, Sunday school at t:II "m.: prrarhln Fourth street. HonmtMd: th. IU. It F
at II a. H and 1:10 p :: B: T. P U. Dlarkford rector. Holy communion ?
at M p. m Prayer service' Wednesday T:90 a: n, Sunday school at :101 morn. I
at T,M p. aaMM Inn prayer at 11FREE .
'LI>R-Th. R.... Noah fataraon pas t
tor Sunday school at 10 a, m, prrarhlni' METHODIST
at IIit.m.and7:90p.m.IIII,: IT. h. U at FLORIDA MARY'S QUEST
So Prayer avrvlc. at 7 itu mWrdMaday 1 l'rTYTh. Ro. wraley C. .;
p. m.. : p. Smen _tn,. Sunday ..school I p. mol
prrarhin.. I and 1110 p. m. TuaidayMETHODIST
CATHOLIC prayer m.etlne at 1.ao p. m. "The first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene early,

.CHURCH K. second OF a...THE... HummUad SACRED ,HEARTR the K.v- when it was yet dark, unto the sepulchre, and seeth the stone taken
T. J. U.. .. pa.tr Sunday mass at v J J Rlchardi
9 wait day at f tin dally '..10'. Sunday school at It4 a. mol
a mol man from the sepulchre. Then she runneth and cometh to Simon
Sunday .chool Sunday following 9 odcxkMiaM prmrhlni at 11 a m and 1'10' p. m. away ,
Communion fur women the first Junior ....... at I:SO p. m., HI League
rrona Sundny Sunday of month 01 monlh.: f"r Kirn Holy and hour buy Thuraday the. at I'r.6.iao.. meeting p. m; Senior at TilO Lesson p. ..at. Wadn..de 1'lo p. m. Peter, and to the other disciple, whom Jesus loved, and saith unto

p. m before M..first. first Friday rrdar of at month 7:10 at a.7:mllrnnlktlun '0. SILVER PALM-Tha Hr. J. E Wall.r. them, They have taken away the Lord out of the sepulchre, and
ol the III...... Barranwnt after p..t"r. Sunday school every Sunday at
...... and 10 a fifth. m;Sunday prraihlna-at services 11 a.| m. and on fiat 7,SO, p.third m. we know not where they have laid Him." John's account.

HOHIIIA CITY CfMdwar and Sixth pastor: preaching at I a. m.. Sunday
>trn>t. Bunday acloil at >.<5 a. n. fur school at 10.'I.ORIDA.
put,II.. under 80. years of are, mornlniMTvlr. CITY COMMUNITY CHI'RCH ", ,,,,, ", ...11''" I"".
at 11 oclork WMnnlay avrnlntarrvlm -Tb. K... C. G. Nrl.,n. paitor Church
which Include iitimoniali of hral whool at 10 .
a m ; preaching at 7:30] p. m.
)Inc and experience and remarks on Chris.tun
Hclvnnp. ... Tlxi. publla ll cor- day Mldwwk at 7:10.REDLAND prayers, and Jlibl. study Wadnn.
Stan 11<1. I p. m.

Heading Thursday room In.'..r"rhurrh"un hike from 1,00 U, np to nrwry Th. R... C. Q COMMUNITY,, Nelson pastor.CHURfR-Churchschool Where have they laid my Lord? Where have they laid My Lord?
4:no. Th. public l I. r,,r,,dally ,Invited '010.. at lot praachlng at lit Epworth::
and bold) (So tender, loving and kind)
... So brave, fearless so so
( so
services and u ..1.1110, ...41... room. Lo. at 1:10 Midweek! .r..... and
Bilila study Thursday at 7 ilO Could they bind Him tight. In.a rich Could they flaunt a banner before His
March 24-Leison'sermon topic: face
"Matter.: And teach Him to march at War
.. And silence the voice that had cried grim
HOMESTEAD-Krom. .n.\ N. tlthIT1
CIIIRCH: OF CHRIST *- The Row. 0.o. H. III..... _10'. aloud pace
school at 10 a. m.1 preaching at 11 His disdain of the merchants fold? And His eyes to the smitten be blind?
MOMESTEAn First armui and N. W. a. m.: your _I.'. niMtin at 7,10 p. ..
.,.. .
r II" .t. Bible study at 10 a met Mmmunlon
II a. ... f.llowihip and preaching at March H Sermon subject: Where have they laid my Lord? Where have they laid my Lord?

CHURCH OF GOD Life Eternal.- (He walked the streets with the com- (Oh healing hands; oh tireless feet)
mon crowd) Oh that His voice might ring again
.. HOMRSTEAD-606" N. W. Pint .......|
.... R.r CM Q. Coplln. putor Sunday Could they hide Him back of an altar For the common cause of common men ,
school at t,45 a. m; prMrhln at II a. m.and fair
In field and lane and crowded street!
7 lit p In.t junior Y. P. at 1. thlldrra iBuwtlav
at T In p......... Prayer mart I 1938 Pontiac 6 Coupe- While hungry children stand and stare

Me. S p. n WrdnMday I New style steering post At t temple by wealth endowed? STEPHEN COCHRAN SINGLETON

'gear shift; original i
HOMESTEAD. Hr. Robert H.
Rover. paitor Sunday school at I:41 a. nprwalnc .; green finish; tires in

at II a. ... and fill p. m; good shape; radio; 1940 11114 J.aiW mylv4'IY'l, WunW,, I IaruweroawmYWmmoe
N. V t I. and Junior@ mMtlni at f too Wxmia. wen .a.awWasmevnwrnawtnnWl.mswlwau
license Bird Chew
tag. '
p e. Prayer Martini Wednesday ...nl.,
TA6p.m. rolet Co., Phone 98, .
rUNCCTON-Tha R... E T. Cowanpa IfI
.tor. Sunday school at ':411 praaralntat Homestead, Fla.TTTnt'YT7YYT .
10,.. a m. and 1 SO p. aa. Junior
Weems at ..10 I young prnpt.S meeting I
1as .:10. Prato mrwing W- atN .
p. .. I

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t and \\ homestead\ exemption to a valuation of $5,000, your tax obligation I

will be reduced to a negligible amount. i iE f fE

t E You who anticipate building right away should study the location of !

E Home Acres as a site for your new home. Tracts recently purchased !

are now being ploughed and made ready for building and landscape,


f f ing. Drive out and see the kind of land Home Acres is.

2-Acre Tracts......All Corner Tracts .

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Friday, March 22, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven

'Religion is Compared to the : CLASSIFIED ADS l
New Testament" was the topic of ,t. I
EASTER BASKET TO BE \\OM\V3CLVBHOLDS: a talk given by Mrs Sam J. Davis, I
:GIVEN AWAY TOMORROWAn BENEFIT BRIDGE PARTY at a meeting of Mollie Wingate : HATE: First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent insertion J
Easter basket of groceries Mrs. T. J. Faust and frank Circle of the W. M. S. of the ,, it a line
valued at seven dollars will be Webb were high score prize win- Homestead Methodist Church -
given away tomorrow at (:.30 a. m. ners at the Woman's Club of Tuesday afternoon at the home of I
In a contest sponsored by the Homestead benefit birdge party Mrs. J. M. Holding. I I FOR RENT JUICY ORANGES-SOc a pack
American Legion Auxiliary. Tuesday evening at the clubhouse.Mrs. Those present were: Mrs. J. L. 'I Eva Collins, Biscayne Drive and
The winner will be awarded the H. K. Foulk won the sec Ballard, Mrs. O. L. Showalter, Mrs. APARTMENT for rent. Phone 20. Federal Highway.
basket at Wollam and Kendrick's 'ond prize; and W. R. Anderson, the C. A. Williams, Mrs. Sedge, Mrs. (m822)HOUSE
Store. The profit will be used for low score prize; and Mrs. Faust, Bowen, Mrs. Wingate Mrs. Davis i i FOR SALE-Used L & H electric
the child welfare work of the or- the cut prize.Hostesses and Mrs. Holding.The In Redland; modern con- I stove, good condition InquireMarsh ::
and Fields, Silver Palm
ganization. Mrs. R. R.
I Kinard next meeting will be heldat veniences. Brooks, Inc. Phone
Mrs. J. A. Pollard Mrs. A. F. the home of Mrs. D. L. Bowen. 78-R (Mr. Uf) Dr. and Farm Life Rd.
HOSPITAL FISH FRY TO BE Arthur, Mrs. Geo. W. Harris, Mrs. Miss Helen Livingston told of I (pmlS-22):
SPONSORED BY O. E. S. a J. Elliott and Mrs. W. R. An- the last week of Christ's life at a FOR RENT-Unfurnished house I
Ad Astra Chapter of the O E. derson, served sandwiches and meeting of Pearl Davis Circle Tuesday by year. BenJ. W. Morris, registered FOR SALE-Nice piece of business -
S. will sponsor a benefit fish fry coffee. afternoon at the home of Mrs. real estate broker, nextto | property. Good price for
Sunday, April 7, in the municipal Present were. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Eaker. Mrs. Virgil D. Lyon Baptist Church, Krome Ave. cash Ben W Morris registered
park, it was decided at a meeting Howard Lamb, :Mr.: and Mrs. J. conducted the devotlonals. Homestead. (f6tf) i I real estate broker, next to BllpI -
of the chapter Friday evening D. Perkins Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Jello with whipped cream, I tilt Church Krome Ave Home
in the I. O O F. hall. The profit Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. J. W cookies and grapefruit juice were I FOR RENT-Large comfortablerooms. I stead. (fl6tfi
will be used to help equipt the Shou,e, Mrs. Frank Morris. Mrs. served. Froicher's Ocriea
Homestead hospital which is now Frank Webb, Mrs. J. R. Brooks, Those present were: Mrs. A. S. I Highway at Florida City Phone 1 HOMESTEAD: LOTS
tinder construction Mrs. Vane Harris, Mrs. Alva Lee Moje Mrs. H. M. Brown, Mrs. 926-J. (J19-tf FOR SALE
Mrs. Marlon Neeb of Miami, ;(I Mrs. p. C. Neilson, Mrs. Robert Casper Williams, Mrs. Dexter' I
grand conductress of the grand i Glenn Jr., Mrs. C. L. Trevelyan Smith, Mrs. Geo. Barnes Mrs. L. FOR :ALt I have the following lots prkiit
chapter of the state, was honored' Mrs. C. S. Schmidt, :Mrs.: Henry J. Price. Mrs N. G. Ball, Mrs. Geo. low for quick sole-
at the meeting. Mrs. W. E. Gaby Johnson and Frank Belts. Ranson Mrs Dan Williams, Mrs. I Lot 3, Block 4, North Diamond
of Redland played several Mexican I[ Mrs. B. E. Gatlm and Mrs. Lyon, Miss, Livingston and Mrs. FOR SALE--Sprayer hand operated Park; west frontage.Lot .
numbers. Henry Johnson will give a bridgeparty Eaker. high pressihe type cjpac- 36, Block 2, Ponce DeLcon
Miss Esther Livingston, state I for the Woman's Club In the Marian Fleitas Circle meet with ity 6 gallon, trVrohfor painting subdivision; southeast corner facing -
I'' insecticides, etc; real outfit $20:
chairman of the Masonic home clubhouse on March 30 at 2 Mrs. Vivan Booth Tuesday after south.
fund, and Mrs. Mabel Jones, grand ;I lo'clock. The third party of the noon. alto concrete mixer, J-cu ft. me, Lots 14-15-10 Block I, McClure
instructress of District 28, will be'''''series' of four will be given on hand or power operated, $25; Manor. These three lots are all together -
]honored at the next meeting, April March 28.'REDLAND. """ this equipment is new, not need- and face south.
8, i I MRS. TYLER VEASEYHONORED Ing same, am offering for less Also 10 acres of good rock land;
II I AT SHOWER than factory cost; high grade
the north half of the north half of
LADIES' AID Mrs. Tyler Veasey was honoredat white stucco paint, while it Lists the northeast quarter of the southwest -
i 1 TO BUY STOVE FOR CHURCH I a miscellaneous shower given 25c gal. Wm. J Irvine, 1123 S. quarter of Section 3, Township -
Choice The Redland Ladies' Aid at a Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. S. J. W. 8th St., Miami Fla. (pm22):!:!) 57, south range 38 east. This
First meeting ut the home of the :
Rev. Lynch at her home in Redlxnd r tract lines due west of W. K. Walton's
and Mrs C G Nelson In Florida Mrs. W. C. Roberts won the FOR SALE-Tomato plants-Gio- about mile and
homcplnce, a
Among Boy Magazines City made plans to purchase a I prize in a picture guessing con I then globe. Apply Torcmc'i I lust cast 01'a huge avocado grove
stove for Redland Community test. Restaurant, Florida City. (pin2Ji
I I i Writu 01 see J. M Kling, P '
BOYS' LIFE Church I Orange coke, ambrosia and tea I Box 82 Deerfifld Ha. J19-C2.ii'
FOR SALE-460 ft. frontage
I The society! decided also to assist were served. on I
with the Sunday school Enster Present were Mrs. Louis Dalglc, Krome Ave., 660 ft. deep .'lI1e'for '
',Standard PvkHcaMm for All toy egg hunt which Is to be held Monet I Mrs. Charles Pope Mrs. Shepherd growing flowers. Price right I MISCELLANEOUS
iv at the of Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Wm. Banghart, Mrs. F. A. for cash. Ben]. W. Morris, registered i
jr i ills' Nhon, wrllwrt aid article Gotch etmrn\ Redland Plans I iMmneily I Mil Claud Castontfuay.I real estate broker, rut, SEE AwD BUy at onunkJm Varu '
( recognized thisbattle' tbaraads.tAn were made to fill an order for two I I W. A. Dent, JIis. Claude to Baptist Church, Krome A\t I ty Grove West Honda City
Homestead. flBtfi (87m
quilts. Daigle, Mrs, Lawrence Smith Mrs. ( I
Ideal Gift for Any BoyS Fruit cocktail and cookies were I I C S. Schmidt, Mrs Roberts: Mrs.Vea&ey FOR SALE-On Rcdlund Bond, WANTKOTUTORING
f1.50 for year'ssubscription served
and Mrs Lynch.
I short distance south of RedlnndWoman's
The next meeting it was announced -
Club cottage. Partly WANTED high
Issued ....."'............. Mrs. will be at the home of I I SILVER PALM GROUPTO furnished. For sale at give-away school and grade school subjects.Mrs. .
......,,'-......... ........ I Thomas Brewer on March 28. MEET APRIL 4 price. See Wm. J. Ceronlmo Le- H. J. Armstrong, A. B.,
.::.p.a/et tad lakes....bu4r.- Those, present at the meeting I I The missionary Society of Silver gion Tag office, Homcstend. Plummer drive and Country
-.........................Lasses were Mrs. Frank W. Sultoau Palm Methodist Church will hold (d8tf) Club road.CLEAN .
'Mn.. M. M. Tamsey Mrs. A.
:n an all-day meeting at the home of
I Vivien, Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, M'I Mrs. J. A. Rotherham of Farm FOR SALE Troprcarplants, citrus RAGS WANTED Will
I Geo. W: Turner, Jr., Mrs. Geo. Life road on April 4. trees and tropical fruit in exchange subscription or advertising -
t : HOY SCOUTS of AMEIICA Deuel Mrs. M. A. Baker, Mrs. The meeting will begin at 11.30: season. Jungle Grove, Redland for clean rags, Leader-
seek Assents; ....'.....II.,. I Wm. Porte, Mrs. Anna Messer-I o'clock and a covered-dish lunch- road and Plummaadrive.. Enterprise.
smlth. Mn. E. J. Moore and the eon will be served.
------- host and hostess.LITTLE I FOR SALEFOR +-.- .
I \ Turner's Funeral Home
Your Face RIVER O. E. S. HONORS SALE-2Vi acres on Redland
Keep road. Well located for home-
Looking And Feeling I Miss Esther Livingston, O. E. S. 1935 Ford Tudor Sedan- site to Baptist, $300. Church Benj. W.Krome Morris,Ave.reg-, l Attendant
state chairman of the Masonic
Clean inside and out; Istered real estate broker next Phone 564-R Homestead, Flo
: home fund, and members of Ad
Ht With This NewTOWPRICK Astra Chapter of O.E.S., was hon- good tires; new rings; Homestead. (f6tf) "

I ored at a meeting of Little River 1910 license tag/ Bird I

I Chapter Tuesday evening. Chevrolet Co.. Phone 98,
Gillettee I Others from this district who Homestead Fla. BIRD'S
attended were: Mrs Geo. W. Tur- ,
ner, Jr., Mrs R. W. Mullins, Mrs. \
'A. R. Meybcm, Mrs Lloyd Deitz,
; Mrs Alice Walker and Miss Alice Indorsed

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I Our need cars always represent good value, but the
II I ones listed below are unusually choke and we recommend -
At % PriceIa New any one of them for your .
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1937 6-WIIEEL BUICK SEDAN-4 brand

I II new tires ; excellent condition ; original
Is slosia,4 i.
,#a PIRO I (De Luxe Equipped) paint ...........................:........., ................. $595


TO YOU IN HOMESTEAD 1933; FORD CABRIOLET ............................$193:

: blade users 1936 FORD COUPE looks and runs like
J.J everywhere ire twitching
to the new Thin OlUttte. And I Coupe a e a e a $880 new......................................................... $293:

no wonder. Tot this prtciitoo-

made blade fits your rssor **- 2-Door Touring Sedan 925 1938 DODGE-very clean, a real bar

ctly...givM you totter shaves
and lob reel gain ..........................................................$:>lj;
of them ate saviof. 4-Door Touring Sedan 975
Buy a package of Thin Gillette

from your dealer tod jr.i .

i>,m &nf tt n1" Ar* Preston B. Bird Motor Co. PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

111ks NUkM 01 Mis : '
IwBfMf S. Kronie AM. Opposite Tag Office \
South Krome Ave. Phone 18
I >T Phone IS Night Phone 538.& 1\\ OPPOSITE TAG ;AGENCY
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which miniature bottles can be
concealed in pockets of clothingpromotes Illllllllll11111U011111llil111UII1111111111111111111111111{ { ihit. tom'
drinking among the youth

big(sought because from of Page the One anticipated ) of the community.Fire Committeemen. H e n r:j HOW DOW 'HOW DO YOU GET ALONG /BUT I DON'T HAVE Ttfl

Increase In the market'spatronages Brooker, Jr.. announced that Flor- ( LIKE < (SWELL.' BUYING YOUR MEATS ? BE. I CAN DEPEND UPON

ida City owed Homestead $340 for CARRIED kll I LOVE ( 11L BET THEY PUT
The committee assistance In fighting fires from
suggested !
that the cold storage shed 1834 to the present time. He asked JFE RUTH? KEEPING PLENTY OVER ON YOU FRANKLIN'STO

containing 300 or 400 compartments that the money, if collected, be TO GIVE ME THE
each about six cubic feet used to purchase equipment for I ADMIT In
in size, be rented for $10 a year. the local fire fighting apparatus NO FOOD EXPERT BEST AND IVE NEVER
These compartments would be The instructed Mayor Tom SEEN MORE COURTEOUS:
used by Individuals or businessesfor Harris and Mr. Brooker to work
the purpose ot preserving out a plan of collection and reportat CLERKS/
meat, fruits, fish and vegetables the next meeting.
It is planned by the advisory Mr. Edwards was Instructed to
board to rent the cannery to i send letters of thanks to Miami i
canning company or to individuals Coral Gables, South Miami and:
with knowledge of canning processes the county fire control unit for assistance -
in fighting the Seminole
so that growers may: save
their surplus products Theater building fire
The administration and crafts A resolution also thanking! the
building would house offices of i local firemen and volunteer workers -
the market and have space for theidling who fought the fire was or- HARVEST MOON
\ of handicraft and other dered drawn up.
Individually-made articles of the The council granted permits to SALAD DRESSING
J. G. McCrory to repair the old FACTORY PACKED

districtAHISCHOOL at library a cost building of $200 on and Krome to Paul avenue Keely SUGAR, 5-lb. bag .. .25c RELISH OR SPREAD

for $600 worth of repairs to a

home. In A Ponce"fle- Leon subdivision ANY BRAND Qt. Jar ... .. 25C
(Continued from Page One) permit granted to
ass ZO
Mrs Eva CoHiWs1 l\IILK,3 )Ig. C
of i flying school of the Civilian a partition cans _ .
: in the '(
Jfihtjof her business
Authority In Home-
building two doors north of the
stead as a follow-up to the NYA
haU York Iceberg
city _
ground school. The CAA was
formed by the United States government 4-lb.
Chilians to give flying training to . . . Pkg. 39c 5APPLES 2LE'ITUCE

The Rotary Club has sent 100 = Ibs. ._19c lIds. .._ 15c ==
Invitations to possible trainers and OLYMPIA = ==
others Interested In the NY Aground
school to be present at the 1 MEAL or GRITS,?,. 14C
meeting Wednesday == Selected No. 1 _

| Shredded Wheat, pkg. 10 C

(Continued From:;; Page One) Friday thru Sunday, 10 . 25CIM I j
the Inside The work started Tues = COUNTY-KIST :::::
March 22-23-24
day.The 0\ PEAS or CORN X19 C _
silos are the only ones of THE STAGE IV PERSON c.
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their kind In Florida Mr Christ- ==
van said They are being con- TERRY LAWLORRed
structed of concrete blocks, each WOMAIN TfLLS ANOTHER"For I
weighing 60 pounds. For added Haired Colleen of Song r '
strength the silos are to be encircled Heading another outstanding
Easter Serve I
with galvanized steel rods. state revue Ham"f
The blocks rods and other Items lb. \
[ Star Hams i 23cj
for the construction were shipped "EASTER PARADE"ON h
from Marietta.Mr. ==
Christyan said he has Inspected = COUNTRY
dairies in many states and THE SCREEN

the that most the Alpine sanitary Grove and Dairy uptodatehe is one Jackie Cooper i Roll Butter. ib. 34c f a i

has ever visited = ; ==
Betty Field S GOLD-COIN (DelAontt .

i j Sliced Bacon 23c '
SCARBOROUGHContinued LBo : : :. :
-In- _= ==
( From: Page One)
was connected with the Dade "SEVENTEEN'Monday :
County road department and assisted Chuck-Roast lba 23c

I. throughout in the the development Redland of District.roads thru Wednesday > Si,1 3for..25cl2for..25ci

He served the department nine March 23-26-27 == N.. I -
years, three and a half years of : = GEORGIA Cue
ent of construction Carole Lombard

I Mr. Scarborough Is a member of Brian Ahern I SMOKED BACON, lb. .18clb..20c Sunsweet g
: John Q. Salley Post, American _
Legion, which he assisted In organizing PORK Prunes i
; He is a member of -1- End
Palma Vista Lodge of Masons No. LOIN ROAST, Cuts .19c6LUXFLAKES
205, and Homestead Lodge, No. 2lb. pkg. .
29, Independent Order of Odd Fel "VIGIL IN THENIGHT"
I lows.

Mr. Scarborough married Miss LA-CHOY
May Dell of Perrlne and they have
I two children. 30c to 1 P. M. Size 23c BEAN SPROUTScan

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U. S. COURTContinued ,......................................YYY9 ,.._._._ ...........19 c
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to prepare such an ordinance and EXPERTBARBERING rows at mmcrs am trrs 3 For 19c can ._ .-- .. .25 C
present It at the next meeting of
.jJ(l the council. The communication
j pointed out that the ease with

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I One block south of SHOPN.

i I Krom -Flagler traffic
i KR03IE: AVE.
1 light, on S. Krome A\"e.


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