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 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 29, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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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
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System ID: UF00087294:00272
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME\ XXVIII-NO 13 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MARCH\ 29 1WO HiCk HVh_ClN'1'SMerge ;
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At Homestead, Survey Recomends .








Rains Do Little Damage; '85% OF RH.S.: PUPILS RIDING




I Beans Bringing $5 Here BUSSES NOW; ONLY 22% DO I


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, CROP LOSSES Local Boy Celebrates 16th Birthday HERE, EDUCATORS POINT OUTTHE


I Anniversary With Solo Flight Here I ._ ___


UP-STATE SET The day Archer "Red" Dodsonof --t Until that day Red had made I WEATHER. : Enriched EducationalAdxantages
O'flri.t w.sta.e .r tit. tt.hie.pir.ls.a.elt..t Seen in
I Homestead was 16 years old.'scores of trips into the air but "'.U... .Ho-.i..L Fl.'W._
two weeks ago, he did what few always his Instructor James Hol- I Combining

other youths In the United States sonback or another competent March 22 "1 118 20 ',1 0.18

i AT 25 TO 50% I have done on that day ol their pilot was along Although looked March 23 7116: to 00 I I FREEHOLDERS VOTE

livei ,upon as a "natural" as a flier by 'March 24 79 51
He stepped into an airplane took experienced aviators at the local 1 March 25 81 52 30 OS I i TO DECIDE: QUESTIONSix :

off with a practiced hand and airport, he was barred by federal 1 March 28 74 62 30.14 !

Vegetables in Area Southof spent the next hour soaring 1.ODD law from soloing until he vas 16. March 27 74 M 3013 1)01 New Classrooms, (af-

Florida City feet above Homestead-alone. The solo trip was part of the'/March 28 HI 1\8\ 30.06 154 eteria Unit Costing!

Meet Disaster routine' necessary to obtain a solo'pilot I $100( ,000) Suggested
FESTIVAL SHOWS\ s license. and Red expects to i I
I: get his today He will take a written FLAMES SWEEP
INDIANA: .\ PAYS examination do a few exhibition Consolidation of the Homestead

$4.50 FOR SQUASH II PROFIT OF $3,758 I flights and then providing I land, 1 Rid land high school itII
I: CHAPMAN HOME
hU is of the
grade required qual- m'>twcl i* recommended 'r iii

ity he will get his cherished "bit ,, ,, .,
Cash CHAMBER TOLDThe 'PHI't fa surrey of the 'h ol?
Transaction
Is First of paper."
I IN FLORIDA CITYA of Dad County made under the
Sale at Market Since Possession of this "bit of paper"
Cold I will mean that he can fly anywhere direction of the Florida state department !-
Snap 1940 Redland District Fruit '
at any time in the United of education by .1 tuff
Festival showed a profit of $3.- States Red said he will not stop $2.000 loss \I,i, iiisod bv'' fire I of prominent educate. .irrhiii ,'i",
Coincident with the discovery 758.72, according to figures in the with the solo pilots license but which swept tie home of Mrs I and school finance experts ....141' led

that heavy rainfall caused a 23 report of E. H. Gallaher festival t will start on making the grade 'Blanche Chapman postmistress of from lending colleges and unl\,.n.

to 50 per cent lost to the bean manager, read at a meeting of for a pilot's license which will Florida City, early Wednesday I itie
the Redland District Chamber of give him Occupying a space of le" him
crop in the Pompano area but did I authority to "chauffeur"passengers morning ,
!Commerce Wednesday night The:) I two inches on one of the >'tn
( through the sky.
little damage In this vicinity Wed- The loss was three-fourths covered ,
meeting the first since Jan. 3. i :pages of the exhaustive survey n -
nesday afternoon and night beam I by Insurance. i
was held at the festival building ,(port the
suggested combining ">f
Old Homestead Redland !Mrs Chapman \\ awakened '
the 88
at Florida City State by'
.
Total received the
money by the two high schools read.ifol,
'
Farmers Market for $5 per hamper Open Baseball Season smoke at 4 30 o clock. She aroused ,
festival was $7.171 55 and money I lows:
her son. Fred B Chapman. and togethcr .
it was announced by Gordon -
paid out totaled $341783 the report I Today With Game Here I "Centers to abandon. The voice
E. Dill market manager At the I they made their way to
showed The item
largest was high attendance
time ,50, the first floor of the house Neighbors area ser cd b\
same squash brought $4 adverltismg I
$56690, uald for ,
punting I Redland
i and Homestead
The of the baseball are both
opener
The sale of beans. the first since and firemen saved the contents |I
and publicity and the sec season of both the Home- Inadequate The Homestead 'crnorhigh
the of the first floor and most
small January lots The cold purchaser snap was was W.in I ond largest was $500 as salary to I I stead High School and the of the furniture and personal effecU !'| in located within five mile
Mr. Gallaher for his services In of the Redland ,
W Lindley of Indianapolis. tnd. Redland High School will on the second floor i plant and "rsftena
,
managing the fair. Mr. Gallaher
who paid "cash on the barrelhead : take place this afternoon Origin i of the fire, has not been rather comprehensive tout "
I Is also secretary of the chamber when the two schools clashon pensive program At the end ol
Mr. Lindley also bought the I determined It started in a room I
of commerce the Homestead field. the 1939 school term. 84 84 percent
!Mrs
squash 0.1 next to that in which Chap- ,
Gate receipts totaled $2.368. of the Rtdland '
The "play ball" call will be senior high
Top price at the Pompano market man was sleeping The Homesteadfire
which showed that 9.474 persons : sounded at 3:30: o'clock. pupils were transported and with
,50 department responded to the
for beans
yesterday was $4 according -
to information receivedby paid admissions during the seven Both Ted Bleier. coach of alarm. little additional cost could be
Mr. Dill. days of the festival. I the Growers, and D. L. Sny- I transported to Homestead lily

Mr. Lindley told Mr. Dill "he The membership voted to accept der, Diamondback mentor. Californian Arrested 22 per cent of the senior high) pupils -
the reportMrs are to Homestead
transported
announced they have strong
wanted all the beans he could
get Frank Webb and Mrs teams and promised action Here in Potato Theft Since the ores served by Homest.adwill
and that he would remain in this
'
Frank Hausman explained plans I allow
aplenty. more pupils to walkto
vicinity as long as the vegetableswere
available. (Continued on 1 age Six) I Monday the Growers will Ed Busby 26 of California was school and is otherwise well

Wednesdays rain the most play West Palm Beach High bound over to the criminal court located that is recommended as
continuous and hardest in this $75 Bond Is Forfeited on the up-state field. Palm of record when he was arraignedIn the logical center. The combined

vicinity In months, was disastrous In Drunk Driving Case Beach bas held the state the court of Justice, of the attendance areas would furnish
vegetables. In the vicinity of the championship lor the past Peace Sid L Kendrick Monday enough pupils for an enriched educational -
night. Busby was alleged to have offering at Homestead
two years.YOUTHS
mainland section of the Oversea When George Walker charged I
stolen a bushel of potatoes from However. the practicability of carrying .
Highway it was reported by FrankB. with driving an automobile while or--
Rue, who made a tour of the drunk, failed to appear in the city:" the A. W. Hutchinson packinghouse out this recommendation will
AT CLUB at Goulds He was arrested 'depend to a great extent on a so-
farming area to ascertain the rain court when his case was called I
by Homestead police. (Continued on Page Two
)
damage Tomatoes were the heaviest Monday night Mayor Tom Harris
hit. Crops nearer Homestead ordered his bond of $75 forfeited MEET TOLD AIRSCHOOLPOSSIBLE '

suffered little from the down-pour, Walker was arrested by local police Mausoleum Being Built for WPA
he said on Krome avenue' I

I Worker Who Feared Ground BurialBertram


Ruehle, Krome, Lynch Listed to Speak _
I I Twenty-two air-minded youths Francis Johnson 63, a'' the home of a neighbor R F Murphy ..

Before Horticultural Society MeetingSpeakers of Homestead and the Redland District ,WPA worker of Silver Palm often I He died a short time fc'Vr

Wednesday were guests at a I lad expressed the wish that "when he was stricken with a heart' '
the Homestead Rotary tack.
as se 'nrt of the Tuesday and continue 1:1dO I its time came" he would not be
through heard C P Thayer, area A native of Frankfort N. Y.
Krome Memorial Institute to be Thursday supervisor for the NYA and the I juried In the ground Mr. Johnson came to Little River

h.' In connection with the 93rd Mr. Krome is a son of the Rev. R. F. BUckford tell of the Mr. Johnson died March 21 and I 20 years ago lie became a n

ann..... meeting of the Florida late W. J. Krome, pioneer In possibilities of establishing an fellow WPA workmen are seeing dent of Silver Palm five jrcu

State Horticultural Society, nextweek avocado culture here and a leaderin aviation ground school here. t a It that his wish will be full- i later. He is survived by his widow,
at Tampa, will Include Dr. the citrus canker fight, for Mr. Thayer told the youths that tilled by building for him a Mrs Rosa t. Johnnon Fuiurol

Ceo D. Ruehle pathologist, andS. whom K rom I Institute was It Is possible to start a school mausoleum In Pal: Cemetery at 'services will be held at 2 o'clock

J. Lynch, assistant horticulturist named It a minimum of 25 memberscan I Paranja. They are donating their Sunday afternoon at the Turner
of the Subtropical Experiment The Institute will be held Wed- be certified by the state time fir the construction Funeral Home A Christian Science

Station, and William H. Krome of nesday morning and afternoon. fare board and a program of urk Death came unexpectedly t" Mr service will be read by RobcrJ
Homestead. The meeting will start (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Six) Fohnson while, he was visit r'Vont ,







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Pace Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday March 29 1940
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of Orlando and W. J. Crosby of.board would proceed to effect tM SENIORS TO GIVE I Lee Again Is Candidate- .j
WISEHEART
M. Citra will be presented consolidation The result, according For State Comptroller
S. R. Smith of the United States I to I. T. Peat son. county supervisor -
ENTERS CONTEST department of agriculture, Washington of teachers, speaking in the '"SPRING FEVER"'FRIDAf II
.
D. C., and E. L Wirt of absence from the city of Superintendent Tallahassee, March' 28.- State
,Babson Park will speak Thursday James T. "Wllsof, would' APRIL 5 Comptroller J. M. Lee has ,quail- j
FOR LEGISLATURE night be to "enrich the educational offering fled In the secretary of state's office
,
The meeting of the at Homestead"
rose society by giving
to make the race to succeed
,will be the 15th since the organlization the consolidated school a staff of I ;; clever
Spring Fever, a comedy hlrwelf.He ..j
was founded. G. H. Blackman teachers adequate for the .teach .
Marshall C. Wiseheart, Miami ,I :farce, will be presented on the '
attorney, who is a candidate for of Gainesville is its president ing of all required and elective i fstag*' cf the Neva King Cooper gave the following formal announcement -
the legislature in Croup 2, is a I I Besides a program of talks, the subjects of a first rank high School auditorium next Friday of his candidacy In
grove owner In the Redland District annual rose show will be staged school. No longer would it be.1[evening, April 5, by the senior the Democratic primary pij Mix J. .
He own a ten-acre groveat I The soil science society of which necessary for a student to wait I clan of Homestead High School,, "I' am a candidate for the of-..t
Bauer drive and Tennessee I Dr. R. V. Allison of Gainesville is until his third or fourth year In I under the direction of E. B. Black- flee of state. comptroller.
road and also one hundred and president will meet Tuesday afternoon high school to get a course that he |bum, speech and dramatics Instructor "My candidacy Is based upon
slxy acres of unimproved land just should have had in his freshman my official record of service in
across the road. Therefore he i year. to say nothing of those I It's all fast and furious and such office, characterized by a '
points out, he Is familiar with the pupils who have been unable to funny and ends entirely to every- firm stand for a fair and impartial
problems confronting the growers' SCHOOL MERGER get a desired course in all their one's satisfaction according to collection'of every dollar of revenue
in this area. high school careers because of insufficient those who have witnessed rehearsals legally due the state and Its ?
Mr Wiseheart was born in Ga-! (Continued from Page One) number of teachers to I A creditable performance is subdivisions from persons and
latin County, Illinois and is 36 lution to the building problem:' permit more than one section of expected as the sponsoring class Is i I property, and the disbursement of 4
vens old. He received his educa- Six new classrooms and a cafe- instruction in that subject. 'the same class that successfully same only for necessary purposesand
tion it Georgetown University and teria to cost $100.000. are recom- It would mean also. Mr Pearson I presented "Daddy Long-Legs'! last in strict accordance with law t
National University Law School mended in another section of the pointed out that facilities such as year. "I shall deeply appreciate the e
Washington D. C. from which hewn county school survey report, pre- chemistry and physics laboratories In the cast are Billy Walton careful consideration and support '
graduated In 1927 He has sumably to take care of the expansion would be more completely equip- Elw in Cooper. Nina Dyal Margaret:of every citizen of Florida"
teen practicing law in Miami since that would be brought ped and maintained since all the Field Louise Barnes Birdie Home, ,
1928 about by the consolidation of Red-, equipment and supplies would go Howard West Jimmy Schallern I SUGAR BILL INTRODUCEDRep
He is affiliated with the Presby-1 I land High with Homestead High to one laboratory Instead of being : Mary Grace English. Mary Frances J. Hardin Peterson introduced -
tenan Church, and Is a member of The first step in effecting the I divided between two Arthur and Allen Pope Clinton a bill this week in congress .
the Florida Bar Association and I combining of the two schools would Under the heading of elementary I( Bishop is stage manager; Edward j I designed to "eliminate uncertainty,"
Dade County Bar Association of be for the trustees of the Homestead centers to be abandoned, the survey i''Klrb"'businessmanagerandMildred : and lack of scientific information ,
which he has been a director for and l Redland school tax districts report recommends :that the', Field, prompter. about the sugar Industry
the past three years to ask the county school I Florida City elementary-school be-{
J This is the first time Mr. Wise- board to submit the question to abandoned and to *".thirty-odd' .JJ9-40 term with 34 The 'centerIs 'located: -The attendance Is too .
heart has ever sought a public office a vote of the freeholders in the'' children attending ttnf schoet be too dose to Homestead. and Is small and dropped from 90 the first '
Generally, he is against all affected district, "according to transported to the'Homestead elementary not large enough to be classed as month of the 1838-39 term to 77 s
forms' of new taxes and in favor John J Lindsey attorney for the school. The. section-ef-" aMustartorycenter.. -K-should the tint month of the 1139-40 term. .
r
cf> the repeal of the Florida gross county board when interviewedby feeling the Kendall,school.lwoUsr 'be combined with the Homestead Indications are that this section II'V'
receipts tax and is far a redistri- a representative of the Leader-! that of Florida'City- reads .elementary school which' already not likely to'grow materially any -.V'
bution of the gasoline tax Enterprise trnsfliteek. follows: asI I'I hat enough facilities available for I]time soon and since most of the ',
If the vote should be favoraik "Florida City opened the 1938- the pupils I pupils are already transported, the ,*
to the merger;, then the county 39 term with 40 pupils and the "The Kl'nda1school is poorly school should be abandoned. ,
HORTICULTUREContinued
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Other who will adores. the mstltuti -
% ill be Dr H S W.f| If the
1;" o.i.ity, of Florid. W F Wore
..: I 1"kS\ IlIe! ; Geo B Hodgkin Our Entire Stock
I r. .. Angeles. ( (i R W'II- I
,r.I'r l of Bnynt.nV, ,'it (
( .,",yicr of the United! St .'. d.- .Ra
1 utiiunt, of mncultuH' It oInnrio / ,
: Mrs. Edward >v"c. .1 i
Buckingham, H. M She'." ',d ,it r,
Fort \Iyers, H p Traub .>f OrJando .
; T. Ralph Robinson of Or-
son land Park.S. U. Stambaugh of Bah- New Up-to-Date Goods i

Sessions of the Soil Science Society -
of Florida, the Florida Home
} Society, of the vegetable divisionof Undamaged by Fire Smokeor
the society and the Florida
Rose Society, will be held in conJunction ,
} with the meeting
I An address by Charles I Brooksof
Miami, president of the horticultural Water
society will highlight the
opening session Tuesda night
f Mr Brooks Is the father .>f J R.
Brooks of Homestead
R. E. L. Chancry mayor of ail
Tampa will dell,,,,. tl... ,iddrc s
of welcome and the response will 0
be given by Marvin H Walkerof
Lakeland. Leroy Smith of the 0'iltlJy! '
TXmttd SUites dtpartmet of ..Igrli /1f"J.
cullurcVashlngton I D t' md OB or
i
Y\crlgg J of Winter Haven also
will speak at this >e..ion
J At the Wednesday morning session ,
the speakers will ,include W More
L. Tait of Winter Haven H. A.
Thullberry of Lake Wales W R.
F Roy and G. M. Bahrt md B. R. Fudge and B Fehmer-
ling of the Citrus Experiment Station -
at Lake Alfred.
, Wednesday afternoon the tpeaker ,
will be Robert P Thornton of
t' Tampa, H G. Clayton llf Gainesville REDUCTION IN PRICE
W. L. Thompson of Lake
I Alfred R. H. Voorhees of the
, Citrus Experiment Station at Lake!
Alfred and Ralph L. Miller of

tI., Orlando.The annual banquet will be held I WHILE INSURANCE ADJUSTMENT IS BEING MADE 1

in the palm room of the Tampa

Doyle Terrace L.Hotel Carlton Wednesday will be toastmaster night-., because some stock was SLIGHTLY CRUMPLED while being moved

;| safety during fire in neighboring
building.
Dr. Paul L. Harding. B. PI.,
department of agriculture, of Or-
1.to 1.
lando, W. L. Barnett of Tangerine A reasonable deposit will hold any article under our lay-away plan.
i and E. F. DeBusk of Gainesvillewill
speak Thursday morning
") The speakers listed for Thurs-l OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCKBurton's
day afternoon are Geo. E. Copeland -, !
of the citrus inspection
bureau Winter Haven; Eckley S. I '
Ellison of the United 1

bureau.partment Lakeland of agriculture, and weather Dept. StoreHOMESTEAD

Camp and W. W. Lawless of Lake:
Alfred. A symposium prepared : FLORIDA
by W A. Yarn of Lake Wales J. ,
K. Stuart of Bartow, W. F Ward
of Brooksville, Howard Phillips
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Friday, March 29, 1940 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE rue Three I


, I will hold its regular meeting at Enlistment!) OpenedBy
[Young People Will Present Pageant I It
I ;the Neva King Cooper school auditorium U. S. Marine
j" In Presbyterian Church Sunday Night on Sunday afternoon, JohnD Corp
Wysong, secretary announced
. t I' Authority for the enlistment of
-
Mr. information
Wysong has received limited number of aunt men
The young people of Homestead Francis Arthur and Mr Rick that the Townsend meet of
excellent physical qualifications
3a Presbyterian Church will presenta The choir under the direction of ing which had been scheduled for
I
and been
during April May has
pout-Easter pageant "The Van- Dr. C. F. Robinson, will include: Sunday afternoon In B.iy front
: received by the U. S. Marine Corps
t quished Tomb" by King, In their Mr, W M Fifield, Mrs B. E Cat- Park, has been postponed until Recruiting Station, Post Office
' .1i church Sunday evening at 8 6'clock. lln. Mrs. T. L. Hodges, Mrs Tom April 14.ORCHID. Building, Savanah. Ga according
. announces the pastor, the Rev I Torbert, Miss Anetta Degelman,
to an announcement rescued today -
George H. Ricks George Frick, Joe Irwin and Mi i I JUNGLE FOR FUR from Capt. A. C Small recruiting -
The theme of the pageant li the Sawyer. I
!I officer To be eligible
I An orchid Jungle may be found
Others assisting In the pageant
living Christ. the light of the for enlistment an applicont must
I .1' I are: Mrs Jot Irwin Mrs James' on the Florida beach at the New
world The pageant is divided Into
be white, single, between 18 and 27
I .t I I
1 three parts and there I II a preludeand I Nesbitt, Mrs. Harris Miss Lois i[ York Worlds Fair of 1940. Un- years of ago' 64 to 74 nuho in

tj tjt a postludeIn Donald Behrens Cross.TEACHERS Miss. Emily Jones and II |. der the new plans for landscaping I height, and have at least in iightli'
; the cast are Sorrow Miss I In I the beach, orchids. air plants and grade education.
t |Jean Irwin and-Miss Avis Bitting: I ''i,other rare and beautiful blooms,I I
Marys, Betty Lou Harris and Jane, NAME BLACKBURN from Florida will be housed In a
I C.\N.\\ EK \L \RHOR ASKED:
, Gatlin, Salome. Dorothy Behrens: I E B Blackburn, speech instruc- cypress covered nook at the north-'
Pilgrim, Wanda Sickle Angel. of Homestead High School, was I II ,east corner of the Florida buildIng Representative llcndnckj. asked
ROSS WILLIAMS Irene Jackson; blind men, Homer I elected ice-president of the Dade A marble tiled courtyard covered the project committee of the rivers
Spory and J. D Brandon: disciples, County Classroom Teacher' Association with luxurious tropical foli'age and harbors committee of congress
Bond Bitting Charles Behrens' at a meeting of the organization with fountain playing in the this week to recommend creation
CANDIDATE FOR and Richard Hickson; priest,I at Miami, March 21. center will face Liberty Lake while of a $8.500,000 harbor 81 CapeCana".I
Oliver Degelman and James Nes- :In alcoves on either side Florida Army engineers have
CIRCUIT bitt: and Isaiah, Joe Hickson. I I TOWNSEVDITES TO \IEET orchids gardenias, air plants and reported favorably on the project
JUDGEJudge
The readers are: Miss Mary. The Homestead Townsend Club ''other native blooms will be sold, .
'

of ;Circuit Court Ross
Williams I of Miami will be a candidate -
to succeed himself In the I!

coming Judge Democratic Williams was primaries appointedto j : It's more rUb ill

the bench by Gov. Cone to fill :r. .
a vacancy caused by the death of
Judge H. F. Atkinson. For two
and a half years he was judge of
the civil' court of record. the '" front
A native of Winder, Ga, Judge, car uf|
Williams i has been a resident of
Miami since 1917 He attended !
;.Mercer University, at Macon Ga..1 I land
was graduated with A B ,
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and I.L.B. degrees He wn admitted -
to the Georgia bar in 1019!
After coming to Miami he became -
associated with i lending law
firm and later with a well kl1''wvn
tr'dl' Inwyer for t\ o ,yew; Him,
1021 until 1937 when\, I h. -
i valid to the bench lit I I'' I m
,\ law' suits In Miami .mil' I ..II" i art' 'H YTbi6 -1i
ol Florida. i

Judge William i i- d i i m >n ,on
the American Legion chi W rod
k men of the World, the Elk! [' !-t'
the' Caribbean Club met "tnei
civic organization H<- jr. officei ,
4 of the University Baptist
Church in MiamiKENDRICK.
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CANDIDATE FOR


PEACE JUSTICEJustice Help Promote Safety Dm Tour Lights Wht Ftiimf.;


OTHER, blunter words, why be set two years back when the Buick Meantime you'll have those Buick
of the Peace Sid L. IN
Kendrick will be a candidate to to trail? Dynaflash engine appeared. blessing to enjoy

succeed himself in the Democratic
primary May 7. I Why buy a car that'i content to follow And this year's comfort standards You'll step out front at the touch

Mr Kendrick has held his present i, along-when little, if any, more still have some catching up to do to of an eager treadle, swing through
post for the past ten years will the changes with
in
money put you a Buick up gear light-and-casy
Buick's combination
Prior to that he was engaged in1 I equal of four
where the banners ? finger-flicking, pilot joyous traveler
a
construction and farming lie are flying coil recoil-mounted Knee
.Iprlne" that's equally ready for work or
participated In the masonary workon
Action the SUPERS five-foot front
many buildings in Homesteadand For as five minutes on any busy street play, and docs everything with cue

vicinity. I corner will show you, this year's scat room and Foamtex cushions. matched only by its smartness.
A native of Augusta, Ga., Mr. .
automotive style pattern was cut by
District Kendrick In came 1918. to He the is the Redland father Buick a good twelve months ago. Eventually, perhaps,others may find You'll drive the 9410-1 eader, the

of four sons a way to micropoisc-balancc engines/ comfort.leader, the vtilue-lcadcr

Mr. Kendrick li a member of This year's performance tempo was after assembly in search of fluid's car full of things( that will still be"new"
Homestead Lodge No. 29, Inde-
present silky smoothness. a good two years from now.
pendent Order of Odd Fellows.

Liberty Lodge, No 46, Rebckahs, Price l lnkJthvirtJiHtttt.Mill.. They may get around to And as a visit to your Buick dealer
the Redland District Lions Club makmgTwo-W.yDarechon
and the Association of Constables 7ivntportatisn band .11 Signals. I standard equipment will show, )'ou'JJ'/ it at prices like
and Justices itaUaiuHxaltaxei those you find on the J sixes.
ra'ilraM
$895 instead of extras; they may
(if any), *pt *allorBuslneM heavy-up their frames, and That gives you something real to

CAVES QUALIFIES aquipmst and aeurrs- generally seek to equal( look into. Start looking early to

C.op ria-ixtra.Pntaiuk Uuick's staunchness. get in on all tho fun.

AS CANDIDATE IN; Sedan prlees t,Jump without*"**'.

start' ,.SS- WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM

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W, B. Caves-, Sr.. has announced i I Motor Co.
Preston B. Bird
his candidacy for the nomination I!
of Justice of the peace In the Democratic -
primary May T. HOMESTEAD FLORIDA. Phone 18
S. KROME AVE. Opposite Tag Agency ,
Mr. Caves a resident of Home
stead Since 1907, served as city
clerk in 11118 and 1917 and wasp I IH
member of the council during|
192S, 1926 and 1927 He was ap-
pointed to serve an unexpired term] 1001
In 1925 and was elected the next
year to serve a full term
Mr Caves Is n pi.t m'ester tndl
secretary of Royal Palm LNo r,
100, F and A M H i
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la rids Consist -- --- ---- 81Oak" .N -"Th. Rain or Shine club met
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at her home.

"Paul Z. Camp I la planting six.i.I
<:. many Gods< so many erred i
acre to a late variety of avocad-
S" "many paths that wind and wind I''Oel,"
Wi MI just the art of being kind' I
-"B. G. Branch, foreman of
I I. ill this sad world nerd'
carpenter gang of the East Coast
-Ell i Wheeler Wilcox. I
I Railway. who recently bought the

: W T. Lanier place, ha bought the

llot adjoining making -\ 100( foot
The Books of the Bible !front,"

\r old poem which will be re- -Toy Hobbs Is expected home

I"<.ivd by many of our readers the latter part of the week ft''Jm
Blakely Ga.. where he had gone to
Old Testament attend the funeral of hit brother' ,
I '? i nests the world was made \'. ho died last week

\I CIus the march is told. -"At noon Wedne'd "r. ,1 "h

; '.' \,s csntalns the law in Nunrr 24th. 1920 the Rev D R, ,xrtSinylio

1 .. < are the tribe enrolled pastor of the Whig i i>'? iM '
}D. ,'. sonny again we're urged> E Church of Homesti id was

+ Keep Ood' tow alone united m marriage at the home of
V, I these five .took of Moses hit daughter Mrs. Chester Morton

make the oldest wntngs'' Davison In Miami with Mr Katherine .

known GOvt ODAlID Ginn, the Rev. W. J. Carter
n VY Joshua to Canaan lead in officiating "
S.W
Judge oft the Jews rebel ,
April 1, 1920
W. -eadof (Durtd same ta Ruth.
-"At the meeting held on Thursday
wd First ad i.ui.il Samuel
Ii, First' and Second King we read tj 1866.6T night in the town hall the
% building and loan
how bad the Hebrew' state became ; proposition was
.'-" up for consideration Two plans

It Tint' and Second Chronicle, an- were discussed. First a straight

t other history of the same ODUING \SAPMlNtSfQ % building loan such at are knownIn

In Ezra captive Jews return while :f1Ot{ t l the cities of the north Second,
the plan
Nchemiab built the wall I adopted by the Dade
Queen Esther 11twr race from I ='pQm r WAS S'rJ..VUp.O r I County Security Company. This

death: these book historical 'R MI41.u r Bi "company createa'III capital by the
we rail sale of stock and place Its loans
I 12UJ.- on the building loan plan. The
In Job, we read of patient faith. /
the Psalms are David song of J latter plan met with the approvalof
praise. I all present, and at the next

The Proverb are to make u* wise: While. the sparrow family is perhaps the most the unsettled destiniei of Florida During his meeting to be held Tuesday evening -

Frckniaate next portrays how I numerous of all the birds native to Florida, the tern as Governor United State military forces. April 13, fuller particularswill
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be obtainable .
fleeting earthly LARK SPARROW to quite rare and to seldom partly composed of negro, were stationed a< ...-'Dr. J. Peterson and
Pleasures art; the Song of Solomon partfrom /
to about the 10of seen in this state The Lark Sparrow lives principally stragetle points throughout the state. On February Miami, were in town Tuea

Christ; on insects such a* the grasshopper and 25th, latt, a new constitution was adopted Iday"I1
-"The old safe in the Bank oC
And these five books devotionalwe potato bugs as) well aa grass seed. This sparrow which served the State well for IT years. Its I1 Homestead
calL has been sold and a new
Isaiah tells of Christ to come. migrate m limited numbers to the east and west radical change from the old constitution inone will be installed before the

while Jeremiah tens of woe; coasts of Florida in October and November, returning eluded the right! of suffrage to all men of legal I i improvements to be made are com

r 1 And la hi* Lamentation mourn 'northward in April. age without regard to race, religion or color It pleted. These improvements, by
the cities the way, will completely transform
Fxekiel holy speaks of overthrown.mysteries It was'during the distressing period immediately w masKbtory,' however for citizen to first the appearance of the bank

And Darnel foretells the Kings following the Ova War that DAVID S. make a solemn 1 declaration of permanent attachment building."

of old. Rosea calls men to WALKER a Kentucklan was chosen to guide to the American Union I "Ceo. Ramon dropped (t
I heavy piece of planking on his

I In Joel the blessing are foretold ',foot Monday and has his foot

Amos tell of wrath. vvv VTVTVVV...VV. ............... ... ...... ........ course, have teen that statuette of ""'bandaged up worse than an old,
while Jonah chows thatCh man with the gout'
the three monkey postured so as .
ft should die. and Micah where' CURRENT to "See no evil, hear no evil peak Children in CourtBy -"Tom Campbell and A. V.
lie should be born in Nahum no evil" I Brown of West Palm Beach were I
Nineveh seen. COMMENT I i 0 Judge Malcolm Ilatflrld in town on Saturday In the interestof 1

In fl.kkull. Chaldean guilt, inZephanith. Mr Clmp II's candidacy for
Jud sin.i in:' By AGNEW: WELSH i I One does not need to go to Darkest Q' --..-........?, state senator He is an old

lUggA the Temple built. auuAAAAAAAUUUAA AAA Africa for evidence of superstition PUNISHED FOR TELLING friend of W. D. Home and it I Isbelieved J

Ze\i oriah speaks of Christ and,I and plain dumbfooltshness I THE n t."J'H he will make a good run J
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F.d": If. M< work w4.are.ssss..a IA man who live less than hundred
i a -
Malachi of John bit lien: .. W (',__.tI" ....MLb" = An interview in South Dude'la jI
t ._ mile from Miami carnet in the garage "
1M M M a I Fred Pennington has told his
The Prophets number seventeen,, ... Io _.... ...,w_ _...." i potato in his left pocket a* a cure a discarded razor strap was Frank I Scrippi'Booth j
and an the books are thirty ratio.t to .An- a..... au M. SoI'th I reward for runabout to John
mM. stMast.. Fl. for lumbago and his wife put butter admitting that he had t MiKimmey and bought a new jI
in her ear to ward off approaching appropriated twenty-five t'tnlltllat I Chevrolet ,-
Nee*, had been left In the cupboard I -"Dr. J. A. Smith hat boughtout
serious In Germany as It Is1
for several
1\1"iil .,.'. Mjrk. o months.It the
Luke and John of the Interest of Ja. Delaney In
reported high-
production ,I is no wonder
I that Frank
tell what Christ did in everyplace grade beers has been cut 90 percent : You probably will be bearing admitted an neveragain the Semmole Pharmacy and will
: and 25 for the cheaper kinds. !['much about the Hatch "clean poh- he cease picking error: nor did manage It himself in the future ."
Tin Act shows what the Apostle*I i iI I tics" bill Old Ezra Spooprodike did up property that -"Dr. Thompson, accompanied

did and Romans who were Those Bnushen ;'Sam "Why, durn it there a in t no lesson not Why belong should to him after his, by his wife and Mr. Williams the
are rorwrn- he
sated by I I tell the singer arrived In
grace.Corinthians Florida
such animile City last
will be
the chap a* it to said that thename nur never so truth he reasoned, if be would be':
instructs the church' Tuesday and began a threeweeks're
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long as there fellers willin to
of the firm whose tea punished Beside I
Galabans show us faith alone.F.pllf'Siana. was I trade their souls for an offs to anyway evangelistic rally that evening ",
'thrown into Boston harbor on Dec was some pleasure in knowing that
true love And Phillip- keep from honest toil. (Florida City)
16, 1773 as a protest against no one had been able to accuse
puns God s grace la show nCoIutsUns la'll..1 Fred Robertson hat bought
tells us more of Chris 1 lis 1 yet hated in Grerchurch ( him definitely of his blest mudemeanora. ', the Rustad property on Broadway'
'I London. II I I get a big "kick" out of those .
and Thessalonians of the end. near Palm avenue" (Florida City 1
In Timothy and Titus both are'I' j,unique and masterly figures of If Frank' father had endeavored .

rules for masters to attend Daughter write from Jamaica speech which form. wbat Readers to ascertain why he needed the;; ;
rtu, Christian friendship,!|that the rock used in their highways ,Digest call a "more picturesque twenty-five cents, and then arranged T only means he'had of seeing her?)
shows, and Hebrews, clear ,I I' ti a coral limestone, with English." Take for Instance Frank for the boy to work and|atone for an hour or so 1

tells how an I which South Dade. quite f1-1 Gcrvaaia story about Muasouni. Py it back, be would .have developed jj I heel While the boy felt sorry that he J

The Jewish! law prefigured Christ tar, and that It is bin Colliers where in peaking of a truthful and honest trailof brought disgrace on his parenta -\
: .
and these Epistles are by PauLI I small bits by hand women doing I j jthe forming of the Roman-Berlin character in his son 'because, he he did not ask for leniency,

James shows that faith by work,..a olot the work with small ham- axis. be says It to "Reno for that realized that he had'(
,' I made a serious mistake and wu
'menI
I shotgun wedding" CON8TA.XTLT REPEATED
smut live, while Peter
i V steadfastness: urges I II IDEAS BECOME FIXED ;'prepared to pay for It at the expense -'
of his freedom
I And John exhorts to Chris fl ail(I Some old wiseacre said it was British maritime circles are 11ABITS : i 'Th- joulbs stoical attitude Wit'!
t love, for thaw who have It but a step from the sublime to the I II i iindicukxjs breathing earner since their new The case of a certain high,I directly attributed to his parents.

Cod will "*. I I I ; it is even a shorter:-nullion dollar ship Qneen {school boy definitely; proves, that who had continually charged him .
t Jude shows the end of evil men,Journey from fame to shame ReI -j Elizabeth: the largest ship afloat I no child ever succeeds in any undertaking with being bad and with taunting

and Revelation tells of heaven:|I jcently i a York stale Jurist who was docked safely la New York which lack a definite'that he would .\ ntu'l1.1land In

TIt,. ends the whole few' Testament i ranked next to the federal supreme 'I harbor there to remain beside her 'purpose, 'the reform School Such accusations -

and all the bonk are court began a two-year sentence pier ship the Queen alary, until 1 I When this boy was interviewedby had become so firmly fixedfled
twenty-men for accepting favor from litigant the cessation of hostilities It was I the judge, he frankly admi m his mind that It was Impossible

A Miami judge wa kicked out a.,costing: II,000 a day to keep the I that he knew that he was ,..violet ig for him to ward off temptations. i

fewrars ago for a similar ,'f.:1:Queen Mary in safety' harbor and 1 the law when he borrowed an automobile No matter how he tried, he could )

F.itaph| for the average man fence. Justice to aVay* picturedas I now comes this added expense, but I and took a young lady for a not escape the ""What t-e use "*
DP.j, i at 30.; buried at 90.-N.choU ; blindfolded. They should also I that to cheaper than having her I ride However, be was willing to feeling th..t. seemed to t te
prme
Mutt iv Butler Huff rotten In her eirt. You, of I sent to the bottom of the Atlantic. 1 take a chance since this vas the :Ii: en:%re life. :




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I'I the municipal library Tuesday to Sober Suzanne Brown, Path Rob.-

'study the system of filing They Inacn, Betty Byrum Ruth lUrum
11 II Homestead HighLightsI'III looked through the card catalog Katherine Krllv llettj t}." \
and index system and learned the Wilda Butts, Ann llickw' \,
clarification of Carious types of greet Stillinim, Ann Slu. -,'rd.i
literature Melba VauWinkU-, Vu I: .
'j I They looked through the bookshelves I Dora Scott, Marion Edition, Ali
1 COUNCIL TO SEND DELEGATEJ. i led. by Miss Jackson's room Mon Leonard Becker An Easter eggs I to find which contained Home, Mrs. Hudson in 'II.
T. Godwin, Kathleen Freemanand day afternoon at the municipal party was held at Mrs Hutchln-1 I books of biographies travel, nature Skill.
: Wava Horton and the sponsor,;park The pupils made their own son's home Friday at 3:30: o'clock and different types of knowledge
Mr. E. B attended the baskets of red The prize winners Leonard
Blackburn ( paper were and
they learned the loca- Church of Christ Will
county-wide meeting of student' Mrs Thurman's pupils enjoyed Becker and Jostle Alogna. Punch tion of the dictionary and the
council representatives held at having Emma Jane Rives with and cake were served. magazine rack. Hold Gospel MeetingsThe
4 Edison High In Miami on Monday I them from Merrick Demonstation The home room mothers of Mrs.,
" The association ts planning to i:School in Coral Gables She drew Cooper's room gave the pupils an Then they were taken through first of a aeries of gospel
r of a delegate to the!pictures In which Rachel Dodson Easter party They filled baskets the work room where bark ire meetings at the Church of Christ
J ::teex mended and made for
convention at Gainesville I ,|and Mary Lou Musselwhite were made In art. { ready new will begin at II o'clock Sunday
and the stock where the
use room
April 4, 5 and 6. Expenses are to i models. Mrs. Wynn's room cleared 138 night During the week, tin iwt
be paid from money earned by]| Miss Ray's room had an )Easter from the Indian operetta given last extra books are put for later use. Ing will be held each night u 30
the sale of soda water at the,egg hunt Friday afternoon on the Friday night They looked through the reference o'clock. The Rev J. Roy V 'uRhn.
basketball games. The delegate school grounds Mrs. Edwards was Mrs. Dye's room is happy to room where the encyclopedias pastor of the Central Onion .if
to Gainesville will be elected at a i assisted by the grade mothers welcome Dan Cillii back after a and other books of reference ire Christ of Miami, will delve the
meeting of the council Friday I After the hunt ice cream was long absence. The class is now located and they were shown the sermons. Jack Hamilton. il.. ">f
i I served, and everyone received a having long division pictures and the general Informa- :Miami will direct the sinning
HIVE FELLOWSHIP MEETING I chocolate egg Visitors presentwere I tion files. I

Homestead was represented 100 I : Patty Schafer Jimmy McGuire lotions and planets and turned In After the library period the girls Local Pastors to Hear
per cent at the teachers' fellowship Jane Thurman and Bernard at 9 o'clock thoroughly tired but went back to Mrs Skill's home, 'I
meeting at Miami High. In the I Hindman. The pupils are now beginning happy where Barbara Jean Wakefitld "Marriage Instruction"The
morning each teacher was invited| a study of Florida birds I Mis Skill told us if we got the served refreiihments 'I .
to a special interest group meeting -I fin connection with reading. camp all cleaned and our baggage Scouts present were: Barbara Rev Harold F Buclx evtos
In the afternoon session all; The officers for the Citizenship I II j fall I together we might go kayaking Jean Smith Jolvn Mock Barbara 'of All Saints pwcnMl: | +l Chll", if
assembled in the general auditor-j|Club of Miss i Ray room are: again Saturday morning, so after Jean Wakefield, Ruth Rutland. Foil Utudrrclile will ium to hear an Inspirational lec- president, Anna Fritz; vlce-preul-I'I breakfast the work was finished in I Barbara Home Margaret Bdincs Inotiuctlon it '
ture by Dean Mattherly of the,dent John Ruchle; secretary: short order and off we went again i Anne Rhcncy Ardel Parman, lint- I" inc of the Rt.'dland Dust Miisteruil ,
University of Florida. for a pleasant hour the water. i born Miller Betty Gatlin, Katherine I Association it tin f l ,'
Mr E. B. Blackburn was elected t ..........................."_................................,,..1 After lunch we finished on packing I. Shackleford Bolts Stlllnun I Baptist' huixh: il 1030 'Kfuosdm
vice-president of the class-room Frances Fouler. Marx c nthe ,mr '' rooming
i| Homestead Girl Scouts and cleaning the camp. At 2 we ,
teachers' association. ",................................,...."'.""" """....,,,....... !I I'I I were ready to leave for home- '
CELEBRATE SKIP DAY 'I SCOUTS GO WAKING: I with our heads full of happy
'I ories of a grand time. W*
The senior class of Homestead| Twenty girls and five counselors! go again to Ojus mem-j Marshall C.WISEHEART
High School enjoyed Its Skip Day, left Homestead at 1 o'clock Thursday i .
March 23 at Suifslde The trip I with great expectations for a I TROOP VISITS"LIBRARY >i\
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was made In William Falsula's glorious week-end at Greynolds
Homestead Girl Scouts visited I
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truck. Swimming and refreshmentswere Park. Arriving at 4 o'clock everyone ,
enjoyed by everyone. Insteadof dashed around getting settled 'I.....nT.....T.TVFIT..TVeI :
carrying lunches, everyone no by the time we had all found .
bought what he wanted. All got'bunks we were starving. After a I A Candidatefor
tanned and a few were sunburned "i picnic supper we visited each I
\ --- j lather in the different cabins until EXPERT
The Christian Science Monitor, (taps were blown at 9 o'clock.
I an international dilly paper containing Cooks 6
I were up at next mornIng LEGISLATUREJUOL'P
! literature advertisements, so we could hurry down to the I BARBERINGHAIRCUT
j politics, world affairs travels and lagoon to go kayaking Kayakingis >
many other interesting articles Is mostly why we go to Ojus, and
bring donated by the Christian it really gives you an appetite
...... 40c
ScienceChurch of Florida
City. Lunch and quiet hour over, we
The library wishes to express Its went on a nature hike and found I SHAMPOO: ...... 40c Subject to Democratic -
appreciation for the subscription I a good many trees and plants that

REBINDNG grow in our own section such as MASSAGE ...... ..tOeBUSH'S Primary,
BOOKS prickly ash gallberry holly cat I I
Old library books are being rebound lay 7
claw satin leaf bay leaf wild coffee -
by the tenth grade home snow berry and Cherokee l
economics classes. The girls are bean. lN
using construction paper for covers After returning to camp we N Your Vote and Support -
and then painting them with shel- made splatter prints of the leaves
lac and camphor to protect them we had found. All this helps on BARBERSHOP will he appreci-
j from insects and weather. the tree-finder badge which requires -

: The home economics classes will you to know and identify ated.
be 23 trees that grow In your state.
taught by Mrs Frank Webb
i Thursday and Friday while the utensil At 6 o'clock we the cooked camp-fiie a no-, HONEST: ABLE: AM J) INTELLIGENT REPKiSH.VTATION .
r regular teacher Miss Bow, is attending supper over
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the F. E. A. convention after which we put on a program N. K1103IE AVE. : FOR DAUB) COUNTY
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!of stunts. singing and dancing in I I ( I Paid,, Political I AcUnli-imenl)
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ELEMENTARY: Mil which every one took part. Thenwe I
I An Faster egg hunts enJOY- identified some of the constcl- I I .. -
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MARJORIK LEACH ARCHFRfltrrftirr M the death Florida **tn..T u4
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.. Dodo. County __ .. _..RATE._........__ II." 010r -"Th. Rain or Shine club met
0.\014. ., 11.4. C....1 _..... .......... II M with Mrs. Carl Dedin" on Wednesday
at her home. ,
Paul Z. Camp li planting six i

So many God. so many creeds, acres to a late variety of avocado '

So many path that wind and wind oeD"
of kind _"B. G. Branch, foreman of
\ When just the ort being .. "
f is ill this md world needs. J i .weeff' carpenter gang of the East Coast '

-Ella Wheeler Wilcox Railway, who recently bought the
t W. T. Lanier place has bought the

I blot adjoining, making a 100 foot
\
The Books] of the Bible I I front."Foy: Hobbs Is expected home

An old poem which will be re the latter part of the week from

in' ushered by mon of nur readers BUikely Ga., where he had gone to

Old Testament attend the funeral of his brother
who died last week
II Genesis; the world was made
/t' I Midus the mUlch I is told I 24fu'Alt9: noon WednesdaMarch: 1I
the Rev Di Robert
contain" the law In Numbers -
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I Sroylie pastor of the White Stone
; I the tubes enrolled;
are I M E, Church of Homestead wa
I Di we re urged to
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lonomy iigiiin
united in marriage at the home of
I God's law alone j
keep I his daughter Mrs Chester Morton
And these five books of Moses I
Davison In Miami, with Mr, Katherine :
make the oldest I writings
Jf + r Ginn, the Rev. W J, Carter
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known. GOVERNOR i
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officiating .1
Brave Joshua to Cunnnn lends, In ,
Judges oft the Jews rebel April 1, 1920 1 1I
Wi read of David name In Ruth II i -"At the meeting held on Thurs ;
md First and Second Samuel : day night in the town hall the I

In first and Second Kings we read I 866.68 building and loan proposition Wall '1 1up

how bad the Ilebiew state for consideration. Two plan ,

' Came, be-I were discussed. First u straight 4
: In First and Second Chronicles, building loan such as are known i

other history of the tame INGS In the cities of the noith Second,

In Ezra, captive Jews return while ADM ttS1'QA IOt( the plan adopted by the Dade 'j
Nehemiah built the wall I 'County Security Company This ,1I
SAW
Quern Esther saves her race from nOQtOk WAS r. company creates its capital by the
death; these books historical, UNDER M114TARY& ; I Isola of stock and places its loan I

1 we call. 12V- on the building loan plan. The J
In Job, we reed of patient faith latter plan met with the approvalof
the Psalms are David's song of all present, and at the next

praise, While the family I perhaps the most th_ unsettled destinies of Florida. During his meeting to be held Tuesday evening
. The Proverbs are to make us wise; sparrow April 13, fuller particularswill
Ecclesiastes next portrays, how numerous of all the birds native to Florida the I term as Governor United States military forces,. II be obtainable ,"

fleeting earthly LARK SPARROW I Is quite rare and I Is seldom I partly composed of negroes were stationed alstmgetie -"Dr. J. Peterson and party
Pleasures ..rebe Song of Solo- from In town Tue.
; Miami were
seen in this state. The Lark Sparrow live principally points throughout the state. On February -
mon II about the love of day"
Christ; \: on Insect such a* the grasshopper and 25th, IMS, a new Constitution was adopted I "The old safe in the Bank Of

And these five books devotionalwe potato bugs a. well as gross seeds. This sparrow which served the State well for IT yean. It* Homestead has been old and a new

call mlratellin limited number to the east and west radical change from the old constitution In- one will be Installed before the
, Isaiah toll of Christ to be made
come com-
Improvements to are
chadedthe tight' of suffrage to all men of legal
October November
I coast of Florida In and returning -
while Jeremiah tell of woe; pleted. These Improvement, by
I And in his Lamentation mourns northward In April.It age without regard to race, religion or color It 'the way, will completely transform -

, the holy cities overthrown, wa'during the distressing period Immediately wasmandatoryhowever, for citizen to first the appearance of the bank,

Ezekiel speaks of mysteries following the Civil War that DAVID S. make a solemn declaration of permanent attachment I building." i
And Daniel foretells the Kings I -"Geo. Hanson dropped a
of old Hosea: calls men to WALKER. a KentuckIan, was chosen to guide to the American UnIon. heavy piece of planking on his

repent. :foot Monday and has his foot

I f. In Joel l the blessings are fore i I I _.."...".."""..."."''''.".".,...."..........,,,...1('''I'bandaged up worse than an old)
told Amos tells of wrath vvvvvvoFvvvvVTvvvVvv,course, have seen that statuette of man with the gout"

while Jonah shows that I i the three monkey postured so all I -"Tom Campbell and A. V.
Christ should die, and Micah where CURRENT I to "See no evil, hear no evil speakno Children in CourtBy I I Brown of West Palm Beach were

lie should be born in N evil. In town on Saturday in the interestof
! I Judge Malcolm llatfleld i
Ninevah la seen hum'l I COMMENT iI Mr Campbell' candidacy for

| In lUbakkuk Chaldean' Ft AGNEW WELSHAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAA One does not need to go to Dark- -,............,,,,,..,,,,,....,,..,,.,,...,,,,.....,...,,,,,. I I'state senator He Is an old
1 Zephnnlth, Judah's sin I est Africa for evidence of superstition friend of W D. Horne and It If
I IlJSg'il, the Temple built, I I and plain dumbfoolishness. PUNISHED FOR TELLING believed he will make a good run

, Zechariah speaks of Christ and I IJ I Filltn. N,. .' Mr W.bh .mbmiMi A man who lives less than a hun- THE TRUTH in South Dade
J Maloehl of John his sign: ..,......... Oft his .r..mm.n.; wh.th.r dred miles from Miami carries a An Interview In the garage with i i -"Fred Pennington has sold his
l
_ I I lIvy br I' aarM/Mnt e' as feria"enomunl.
The Prophets number seventeen i with kh ",""Ion. A.Mr... potato In Ills left pocket as a cure a discarded razor strap was Frank'sreward Scripps-Booth runabout to John
I and rll the books .110. t. Awnwelsh.. .1. N. JL'uh ![ for admitting that he had
are thhty- I ; at- 11I1...., via I II for lumbago and his wife put but- McKimmey and bought a new
' nine, I ter in her ears to ward off approaching appropriated twenty-five cents Chevrolet ."
I New Testament I The war situation must be getting I cataract on her eye, that had been left In the cupboardfor -"Dr. J. A Smith has bought
I II I serious in Germany as It III'I several months. ''out the interest of Jas Delaney In
I Matthew M.uk Luke, and John ,' reported production of the It is no wonder that Frank never I the Seminole Pharmacy and will

I lull what Christ did In everyplace I grade beer has been cut high-I' You probably will be hearing again admitted an error: nor did ,manage it himself in the future ."'
\ ; cent and 23 for the cheaper I much about the Hatch "clean poll- he cease picking up property that I -"Dr, Thompson accompaniedby
The Acts show what the Apostles I I' tics" bill. Old Ezra Spoopendlke did not belong to him after his his wife and Mr. Williams the''
did and Romans who were ,' "Why durn It there aint no
says lesson should
Why he tell the
} Those Britishers are conservative -i singer, arrived .Florida City last
saved by grace such animile nur never will be so truth, he reasoned, if he would be ,
chaps as It I Ie old that the I Tuesday and began a threeweeks'evangelistic
Corinthians instruct the church.I I long a* there's feller willin' to I
name of the firm whose tea was punished anyway? Besides there rally that evening .">
Oalutian shows us faith alone trade their souls fer an offla to was some pleasure in knowing that
thrown Into Boston harbor on Dec I Flarida City.)
I Fulieslnnii, true lov'e, And Fhllllppiuns. keep from honest toll.
no one had been able to
16, 1773, as a protest against taxes I accuse 'Fred Robertson has boughtthe
God's grace la shown. I him definitely of his latest misdeirieaoors.
Is yet listed in Greechurch street, Rusted property on Broadway.near ;
CotoHiuns. tella us more of '
London I get a big "kick" out of those Palm avenue." (Florida City.);
and The snlonian of If Frank's father had endeavored
Christ.I unique and masterly figures of --1
In Timothy and Titus to ascertain why he needed the
rules for musters to 1 Daughter writes from' Jamaica speech which form"more what Reader twenty-five cent, and then i only mean he'had of seeing her i iI
Digest calls a picturesque arranged
that the rock used in their highways I alone for hour
Philemon, Christian' I friendship an or so.
for the
I boy to work and
Take for
English. instance FrankGervaai'a
h a coral limestone with While the felt that he-
shows, and Hebrew, clearly boy sorry
it back he
pay: would have de-I
tells how all I'I which South Dude hi quite familiar story about Mussolini, had brought disgrace on his par-1
veloped a truthful and honest trait
The Jewish law prefigured Christ; and that It Is pounded Into In Colliers, where In speaking of of character in his ion. :ents, he did not ask for leniency;

: and these Epistles are by Paul\ small bits by hand, women doing the forming of the Roman-Berlin I because he realized that he hadi i
he It I I. "Reno for that
axis to
lays
j James shows that faith by works most of the work with small ham CONSTANTLY made a serious mistake and was
REPEATED
\ must live while Peter urges I mers. shotgun wedding"British !prepared to pay for it at the expense
IDEAS BECOME: FIXED
steadfastness. of his freedom.
And John exhort to Christian I Ii I Some old wiseacre sand it was maritime circles Ire HABITS '' j The youth' stoical attitude wart
\ from the sublime to the easier since their The case of a certain high
i love for those who have It but a step breathing new directly attributed to his parents, .
God will bless. ridiculous; it i* even shorter,38-million-dollar ship. Queen school boy definitely prove that !who had continually\: charged him,

1 Jude shows the end of nil men Journey from fame to shame. Re-I Elizabeth the largest ship afloat no child ever succeeds In any undertaking with being bad and with taunting
and Revelation tells of heaven;I I cently a York stale jurist who 'was docked safely In New York which lack a definite I that he would eventually land in

This end the whole New Testament ranked next to the federal supremecourt I harbor there to remain beside her purpose. I the reform ftrhool. Such accusation -

and all the books are i I began a two-year sentencefor sister ship, the Queen Mary, until I[ When this boy was Interviewed had become so firmly fixedin
accepting favor from litigants the cessation of hostilities. It was by[ the Judge he frankly admitted his mind that it was impossible

twenty-seven. A Miami judge was kicked out a costing $1,000 a day to keep the I:that he knew that he was violatingthe for him to ward off temptations.No .

few years ago for a similar of- I Queen Mary In safety harbor and law when he borrowed an automobile matter how he tried, he could

Epitaph for the average man fence. Justice I Is always picturedas now comes this added expense, but and took a young lady for a 'not escape the "What's the use?" 1

Deed at 30; burled at 80.-Nicholas blindfolded They should also that is cheaper than having her ride. However, he wa willing to feeling that seemed to permeate
Tfurl.iy Butler. stuff cotton in her ear You, of, sent to the bottom of the Atlantic. j'take a chance, since this wa the his entire life.

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I the municipal library Tuesday toI I Suber. Suzanne Brown. Path Rob--

study the system of filing They iiwon, Betty Ruth Rvrum,
I Homestead 'looked through the card catalog Katherine flm'I Bailey: !
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HighLightsCOUNCIL II i and index system md learned the I Wlldn Butts, Ann Uickboi MuRHiet 1,
,classification of various types of SUllman, Ann Shix It fm I'd, :
literature Melba VanWinkle, Vini K MI-\,
I They looked through the book I Dora Scott, Marion I ErimonnMis: : i j
TO SEND DELEGATEJ led by Miss Jackson room Monday Leonard Becker An Easter
egg shelves to find which contained Home Mrs Hudson alldII') ", :
T Godwin, Kathleen Freemanand afternoon at the municipal 1 party was held at Mrs HuUhln books of biographies, travel nature Skill. (
Wava Horton and the sponsor, I park The pupils made their own son's home Friday at 3:30: o'clock and different type of knowledge .
Mr E B Blackburn attended baskets of red The prize winners
thecountywide Leonard
I paper were
I and they learned the loca- Church of Christ Will ;
Mrs Thurman's Becker and Jossle
meeting of student pupils enjoyed Alogna Punch tion of the dictionary and the
council representatives held at having Emma Jane Rives with and cake were served magazine rack. Hold Gospel MeetingsThe .
Edison High In Miami on Monday(them I from Merrick Demonstation The home room mothers of Mrs.
The association is planning to|School In Coral Gables She drewpictures Cooper'i room gave the pupils ar Then they were taken through fit'Stf a series of gospel
i the work where backs
pay expenses of i delegate to the,! In which Rachel Dodson Easter party. They filled baskets room aremended meetings at the Church of ChristI
bite convention at Gainesville, |and Mary Lou Musselwhite were made in art and made ready for new will begin at 11 o'clock Sunday
use and the lock where the I
April 4, S and C. Expenses are to models, Mrs. Wynn't room cleared $38( room night. During the week, tin meetIng -
be paid from money earned by I Miss Ray's room had an faster from the Indian operetta given last extra books are put for later use will be held each night it 7'30
the sale of soda water at thebasketball egg hunt Friday afternoon on the Friday night They looked through the reference o'clock. The Rev J, Roy Vaughn
games The delegateto I school grounds Mrs. Edwards was Mrs. Dye'i room Is happy U room where the encyclopedias pastor of the Central Church of
Gainesville will be elected at a assisted by the grade mothers welcome Dan Gillis back after along and other books of reference are Christ of Miami will deliver the
meeting of the council Friday. After the hunt ice cream was absence The class Is now located, and they were shown the sermons Jack Hamilton il..> of
-- I(i served, and everyone received a having long division. pictures and the general information Miami, will direct, the singing
MATE FELLOWSHIPIEETING files.
chocolate egg Visitors presentwere ----
Homestead was represented 100 I : Patty Schafer, Jimmy Mc- lotions and planets, and turned In After the library period the girls Local Pastors to Hear
per cent at the teachers' fellowship Guire, Jane Thurman and Bernard at 9 o'clock thoroughly tired but' went back to Mrs. Skill's home,
meeting at Miami High In the I I Hmdman The pupils are now be* happy where Barbara Jean Wakefitld "Marriage Instruction"The
morning each teacher was invitedto I ginning a study of Florida birdsin Mrs Skill told us if we got the served refreshments
a special interest group meeting I connection with reading camp all cleaned and our baggage Scouts present wore: BII bora Rev Harold F Baclw rector
In the afternoon session i all, The officers for the Citizenship I fall together we might go kayaking Jean Smith, Jolyn Mock, Barbara of All Saints Episcopal: I'himh ofFort
assembled in the general auditor-i I Club of Miss Ray's room are: again Saturday morning, so after Jean Wukefield, Ruth Rutland, I Laudvrddle, will <|x.''It "nM.trriane
ium to hear an Inspirational lec- president, Anna Fritz; vicepresident (-I'breakfast the work was finished in Barbara Horne, Margaret Barnes Institution' ,it ". nu'ot-
ture by Dean Mattheily of the, John Ruchle; secretary short order and off we went again Anne Rhcney, Ardel Paim.m Barbara I in!: of the Redland Dist u Ministeriiil -
University of Florida. for a pleasant hour the water Miller, Betty Gatlin Katherine AsKOciiition ,it UK '-t
on
Mr. E. B. Blackburn was elected: ......""",,.,,.,,,.,.,,.,...._,.,.........,,.......,.,....,,.....' After lunch we finished packing bhuckleford: Dottv: stillmuii I(I Baptist Church it Kill 'l'...k
vice-president of the class-room i Homestead Girl Scouts I and cleaning the camp At 2 wi France foktci, Man i'nhei' nr 'riK'i
teacher association i ........w....."...,......".."...""..."........""",,.,.,,"r. were ready to leave for home-
with our heads full of happy memories J-
CELEBRATE SKIP DAY i SCOUTS GO KAYAKING
of a grand time. We plan to
The senior clsss of Homestead I Twenty girls and five counselorsleft go again to OJus II C.
High School enjoyed Its Skip Day, Homestead at I o'clock Thurs-
March 23, at Suifside i The trip!day with great expectations for a TROOP \IsITS LIBRARY ,
was made in William Falsulas I glorious week-end at Greynolds
truck. Swimming and refreshments, Purk Arriving at 4 o'clock, everyone Homestead Girl Scouts visited WISEHEARTCandidate

were enjoyed by everyone. Insteadof Ii dashed around gutting settledso evtvvYVYPPYYP....PVYVV,
carrying lunches everyone by the time we had all found .
bought what he wanted, All got i bunks we were starving After a
tanned and a few were sunburnedThe 'picnic supper we visited each I
'- I other in the different cabins until EXPERT for
ChristiAn Science Monitor' 'taps were blown 9 o'clock. I ,fit
an international daily paper, containing I I Cooks were up at 6 next morning LEGISLATUREJIUUI':
so we could hurry down to the BARBERING
politics, lagoon to go kayaking Kayakingis
many literatureadVf'rtISf'ments'l mostly why we go to OJus, and 2

being Science it really gives you an appetite HAIRCUT ...... 40c
Lunch and quiet hour over, we
The to express its went on a nature hike and founda SHAMPOO 40c Subject to Democratic -
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appreciation for the subscription I good many trees and plants that

grow In our own section such as MASSAGE ...... -JOc Primary,
REBIVDNO BOOKS : prickly ash, gallberry holly, cut
Old library books are being rebound claw satin leaf bay leaf wild coffee :.1lay7
by the tenth grade home I snow berry and Cherokee
economics classes The girls are I bean BUSH'S

using construction paper for covers I After returning to camp we Your Vote and Sup-
and then painting them with shel- 'made splatter prints of the leaves
lac and camphor to protect them BARBERSHOP will be
we had found. All this helps on port appn'dated. -
from insects and weather. the tiee-fmder badge which requires -

The you to know and identify .
home economics classes will
be taught by Mrs. Frank Webb 25 trees that grow In your state
I At 6 o'clock cooked
Thursday and Friday while the we a no- HONEST. ABU AM INTELLIGENT REP
regular teacher, Miss Bow is attending utensil supper over the camp-fiie, I
the F. E A corv< ntion / after which we put on a programof N. KltOME AVE. ''I'' KESHNTATION FOR MADE COUNTY
: : I stunts singing and dancing in I I ( Political l\iitiM.incnt)
; l'I'"d
ELEMENTARY: NEWS which every one took part Then '

An Easter egg hunt w ,is onjov- 1 ve identified some of the tonstcl- I ....................... I -, .


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a locally owned company.

City were due Feb- I

Mixtures are carriedon

ruary 1, 1940, and we must


hand for every insist that they be paid into '"


need. collect[)r's office not. later .than. .
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always appreciated. R. E. EDWARDS,


City Clerk and Collector]\ ,


Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.. City of Homestead.


FRANK BJWE.MG

MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER

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. Cruel Public. Cold-Shoulders Ex-Convicts Back -'-'fF ITo






Prison, Warden Chapman Tells Local Lions



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Prisons are the most terrible I inj time The population is In- Too. a man who hat; served ;,i home are radon that keep a man i the men get the best of imd and
place In the world, where human reusing, due largely to the large time in prison has forgotten how on the straight and level path. A everything possible is done 10 bring
suffering Is Immeasurable, and I number of eiond offenders to work It is true that j convict ,I man who has served any lengthof I some degree of happiness But
Florida penitentiary at RaifordIS Men do nut go back to prison must continually work, but he time in prison loses all sense of there U the mental suffering that
because they want to. They hate does so under the eye of a guard, (attachment for places on the outside nothing can eliminate."It .
no exception, yet 14 per cent of I prison-they know the terrible I, and without any reasoning on his He loses the love he had for Is this mental suffering that
the men who finish prison terms I mental, punishment that is behind i i own part. He is a machine that I his place of birth, and sometimes makes men dare the guns of guards
\ find their way back behind the I the wells I I|dues not know the how, when, 'seven his country." or attempt suicide Alcatraz .is one

ban, declared L. F. Chapman One of the main reasons why why or what that should go with I Florida percentage of men who of the best institutions of its kindIn
s.irden of Raiford, in an address a man returns to prison is because physical endeavors When man persist in a life of crime after a"hitch the world, where every possible -
do the Is sent back into the outside world. in prison Is low effort Is made to ease the
r before the Redland District Lions I he is forced to so by public In comparison
Club Tuesday nlfeht! If there were Christian charity he must learn again how to work; to that of other states, the lot of the men but even there the
"Florida must find tome solu- displayed toward the exconvictthe he must learn to like work and to warden said mental anguish cannot be curbed.

lion to the problem of the second- I prison population would I appreciate. its meaning and remits There is no brutality or physical "Men who have been confined]

J term convict the warden Mid I dwindle. If the public would help suffering in the modern prison, hate prison; they hate everything
"We have 1900 men serving termsat I: the unfortunate man to a better "Some ex-convicts drift back to Mr. Chapman said He pointed out connected with It. But many comeback
my penitentiary, at the present life rather than shun him like an cells because they do not have the that no money ever Is spared to for another stretch because
time; nine years ago, when I took I unclean animal there would be restraint that comes from family make these places of confinement they are forced to do M by a cruel.
ever, there were 1,300 men serv- less crime. life A good wife and a happy clean, comfortable and sanitary; public."


Money donated for buy. Printing. Publicity and I I electrical work 5000 I to give flying training to civilians
FESTIVALContinued I ing cups 20.00 Advertising Royal Palm Ice Company, Mr. Blackford said he will receive

s Total gate receipts 2,368.50 I Redland DIstrict News, water coolers :50001 I i detailed Information concerning -
( From Page One) I I lu0' materials and printing $ 23.40Bessmar 'I Brooker Lumber Company !I the CAA next week and it
I $717155 Engraving Co., ., materials 100OOl I will be forwarded by letter to persons -
to obtain a WPA art class for DislmrirmenU I I printing floor plans 1.951 -- I Interested In the project.U. .
I mwlYOUTHS (
Homestead and requested that the Printing, publicity and I Skagseth Stationery Co.,
chamber sponsor It. It was votedto : advertising $ 566.90 I 1 stencil 3.50 8, TO AID !ROAD WORK .

refer the matter to the boardof Tent ,_... 50001!'Red land District News, Tallahassee, March 28 (FNS-
director with a recommendation -
Poultry feed 1WO || materials and printing :34 25i Chairman Arthur B. Hale of the
for favorable action. !'
Miscellaneous expense JJ| {i Fair Publishing House, state road department announcedthe
with Also recommendation referred to the for directors favor- I during festival 219.3V I 1' bumper signs, ,53.00 (Continued From Page One) I[[ federal government will co-
i! Premium ribbons 37.31 Herman Marks, sign, operate with Florida by providing
ihlt
action was a request of the
Premium checks paintlna. 7510 about $750.000 for the construction/
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Business and Professional W omens I 100.75 I be obtained. Under an NYA set
I Poultry The Miami Herald 50.40 of roads leading to the three airbases
Club to be allowed to furnish a 1 Individual fruits andvegetables Coral Cables Riviera 16.00 up, the boys would be required to located at Jacksonville the

room in the chamber building asa 811 25 WKAT .... .__...? .. 24.50. do 70 hours of production work Banana River, and at Tampa.
hospitality room where Milling I I Flowers 136.75Woman's Regalia Manufacturing per month for which they wouldbe
tourists and home folk waiting for 80.25 paid 18 cents per hour and In ,
i department Company, road signs, IT 80
swimmers at the pool or players at. Four-H Club girls 13.50I WIOD 50.00 addition would be given free instruction
1 ,r various courts in the neighboring 175.00 for as many hours they
I Community prizes Miami Daily News SO 90
city park might rest. Similar would desire In any chosen field,
and I
School money special Leader-Enterprise '. .. SO.00 BENJAMINAXLEROAD
a lion **s taken on County Commissioner exhibitions 185.00 he said
| I Albert Sykes, distributing
J D Redd's request that Woman department 3500 signs _. 10.00 Mr. Thayer suggested that the I I
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the WPA sewing project be moved (Ticket sellers and takers 110.00 Mr Hire Miami Daily youths' program of work be that]I
iron) the clubhouse of the Homestead I Chamber of Commerce I News 10000 of repairing or reconstructing the
Chapter Future Farmen of booth-helper .. 17.50 Lauderdale .h Broadcasting? T local airport.Mr. I
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America, to the festival building, I Night and day watchmen 199.50 Co. .. ...... ... .. 500 Blacktord. who is chairman
Mr Redd said Dade County would ,Labor for arranging I of the Rotary aviation committee

pay for necessary ImprovementsThe :, booths, etc. 45593 $ 56890.Mlnrellaneons .] told the youths that the club also
directors also will decide Music entertainment 75.00 : Expense Js seeking the eventual establishment Candidate for

uhetntr WPA registration offices E. H. Gallaher, personal Western Union $ 4 44 of a flying school of the
will, be moved Into the buildingand expense 28.35 Burtons Department | Civilian Aeronautics Authority in

whether the proposed NYA Office expense 168.07 Store, canvas I 46 \ Homestead. The CAA was formed I
JUDGECIVIL
s ]"it ion ground school classes maybe Miscellaneous expense Dixie Drug Store 1 case by the United States government
held there. I paid by E. H. Gallaher gauze : t'25 i I
A summary of festival receipts (office) 39.07 Homestead Variety Store, I
and disbursements. and a detailed ,Labor during festival paid materials for women f Turner Funeral Home COURTOF
mount of disbursements for printIng by E. H. Gallaher 91.00 department 8.151 I
f publicity, advertising and miscellaneous Cups purchased from W. McCrorys, paper holders ]I H.IIR AMIHLANCE: SERVICE RECORDGroup
eypense, followsReceipts : I H. Woods 1725 and metal chair 1.231 Lady Attendant }
Bamboo TaU, ... luncheon General Electric Com I
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Received from Dade Phone 564-R Homestead, FLa.
I March 3 1060 pany, Neon signs and j I
County $2,500 00 E. H. Callatjefc S.yary 50000 I II
Inside date booth spaces paidto I ---I

Concessions and spaces 1,49000 $3,417.83 ,' Green: Lantern: Restaurant: I Equal Justiceto
outside building 6805 Total money rmllU' $7,171.55' All

Donations for advertising Total money paid out 3417.83 Adjoining Hotel Redland I IIrs.
purposes 77.50 i :
Prize money donations 3SOO I I $3,758.72 :\ Given Victor Proprietor I II Will Serve You Faith-

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I" I ciate Your SupportPaid


PRESTON B. BIRD ( Political Advertisement

W. B. Caves, Sr. I


WHO wout
CANDIDATE FOR I
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Candidate for '
COUNTYC03I3IISSIONER
To prevent holdup. a cashier
chair Is now made with a safety
box located under the seat
JUSTICEOF To prevent poor receptionletUS
5TH DISTRICT check your radio. Never have
D\DE COUNTY programs been more Interesting or
widely varied. There ls NO rea-
THE PEACE son to tolerate poor reception We
if service ALL makes PROMPTLY.
!Subject to Democratic Primary,
L. C. DODD RIDIO SALES .
:May 7, 1940 SERVICE

DISTRICT I. I) \DE COUNTY 209 N. Krome Ave, Homestead


YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE 'TROPICAL.MONKEY .

( Subject to Democratic) Primary, May 7 GREATLY APPRECIATED JUNGLE

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I would like the opportunity, to sent my ONLY

district, for I believe I would make a good, i MONKEY
Your Vote and
Support hard working county commissioner It I I JUNGLE

do not meet your expectations, remember, INTHCU.S.
Will Be AppreciatedPaid you can fire me two years from now. I

Anything: Done, Is Good or Bad Only By 1 I J.MtaM .. PM,Mes. IM-0 Mwa.r w-i
(In* nM aane
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Friday, March 29, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE .
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: I R. L IIOBSON INJtRLD NEW BURIUGIl SEEN
I f Florida City Mr. and Mrs. Derbyshire -, I
recently purchased the Geo. R. L llobcon 63, of Honie- rittnt Cm. Modes 38 irN;;'. -
In andAround I H. Todd cottage on Tenth street. stood and Miami father at Mrs. StrawberryhlprnrnU in this yea: ,
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l I R. E. SJtfrard andI..*. Ansel 'though dela>ed he
I Tom Barrow of Homestead IS confined | recent freeze. have reached .1 rev
[ Lonernour: rest Tuesday for
at Jackson Memorial hospital in high with the peak i-xpectcn ,
Lewuburg, W. V., accompanied by
Homestead ,Mr I Miami with four fractured ribs next week More than lilt ,MO
and Mrs. Avery Cum who .
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and body bruises received when pints \\'\slipped from the s i
are returning to their home In
Atlanta. he was struck by an automobileat i Farmers Market hentwo W.a
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Miami Tuesday I ago bringing an average ni i 11
Mr and Mn. I. C. Dither and at Bauer drive and Count Club Mrs. ; Mr. Hobson was injured while I cents per Pint. Prices started 'it
children of Louisville, Ky are road During the time he ,I Hal Parham septn several crossing the street at S. W 17th 120 l'l'nbl. but dropped a< the mu,*., '
was days this
{ week visiting relativesi
visiting Mrs. Dl her', parents, Mr here he had the tract scarified and'i Fort Myers. street and 4th avenue. became filled
and Mr. L. A. Fennell of Orchid''a cement-block garage apartment

Jungle, until Monday. :erected, He plans to live in the Mrs. R. Worley returned Mon-
(apartment when he returns on his day from Royal Palm Lodge where
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Swilley returned I next vacation. she has been employed since No-
Tuesday from High Springs, vember.Mr. REELECTJoe
Fla. where they attended the j Mr and Mn. Gene McGuire of
funeral of Mr. Swilley's father I jSweetwatcr, Tenn, and Jane Ep- and Mrs. Lester Walkup
? E. S. Swilley. !person of Charleston, Tcnn., left and Lanier Walkup were recent
|for their home after visiting Mr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack'
,-, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Watkins an- ,and Mrs. J. A. Pollard and Mr. and Branch of Miami. Scarborough
)1 pounce the birth of an eight-pound I Mrs. Adrian Jacobs.

2'boy, Wayne Edmund, in the Post, Word has been received by relatives -I
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i. .Graduate.hospital Thursday. ,Mrs.;I Mrs. Robert Walser left Wed- here that Tommy Whitehead
"',?, Walking la the former Miss Marcia nesday for Commerce Ca., where hut been promoted to the rank of i the People's CandidateConstable
1 .Cauzeng, daughter of Mr and Mn.J. .,1 she was called! by the illness of petty officer and is stationed on!
E. Gauzena. her sister. the S.S. Concord in California ,

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at Alabama are family left Wednesday for Detroit'
Polytechnic Institute announcing the birth of an
.' at Auburn spent the Easter holidays I I eight-pound! boy In the PostGraduate 4th District Dade County
,*, with their parents Mr. and I I I hospital yesterday. Mrs. Johnny Becker with hen 1
Mrs. J. R. Hickson, in Naranja. I children Is visiting her mother.' Your Vote and Combined Support
I I Mrs. Selma Mattson at Cape I
I Mr. and r.fBrooks had"as Sable this week. "JVMl' He (;rutlypprt'Ciatt'd
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks I guests over Easter, Mrs. B. A.
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recently moved Into their new Lindeman and Mrs. Elizabeth Hancock I Misses Mary and Isabel Becker''
home 17th both of Lindeman
on street east of Krome Key.
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I lof Miami were Sunday guests at Subject to the Democratic Primaries In dray
: avenue Mr. and Mrs. M. F, ', their mother's home here.
*f-Whit moved into the housea- Mrs. Francis Freeman will be' i
',.':.uted by Mr. and Mrs. Marks on removed to her home tomorrow Mrs. Howard Lowenthal and son (Paid Political Advertisement
y Ninth street west of Krome ave.sue from the Post Graduate hospital will leave April S for their home|
: where she underwent an operation In Middletown, Conn. I
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Mr. and Mrs. W. W Severy and
Robert and C. Beck, students at
daughters Milfred and Warrens
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f. Staunton Va.. are visiting their
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Mrs. B. H. Edwards and Mrs.J. .
.4 wsday to' attend the Florida Ed-I
W. Edwards have returned from I -
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Orlando. I a oneweek'lsit in Miami with N
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i'.1t.; Iolrs. .AdFian- ia cobs underwent s
K a tonsil operation I Frank Snow left Wednesday for
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,, Post Graduate hospital. his home in North Branford Conn.. WITH A
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: 4a Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Hickson' Rice and Miss Mary Snow and'
have as their guest, Mrs. Bertha by Mrs. Scott.. 0URKS

.. Pollard of Sharon Pa. HOME
... I Mr. and Mn. R Derbyshire of SUPER TURBINE

'. SMr. and Mrs. C. J. Parman had I Flint. Mich., who are wintering WATER SYSTEMOnly
.. M guests Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. I' in Miami were Sunday visitors in I .
Howard Egg ston of Toledo. who' On Moving Part A FRESH START
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ate visiting In' Miami. Mr. and I
*I. Kenneth Sabin of Toledo I *
C. J. BROWN CO.
j-.,, and MJantC visited Mr. and Mrs.I I RUNNING WATER .
.Parman Tuesday. I 'iMfw You'd be surprised how little it takes togive
Refrigeration Service rsNT11.ras: =:::: mm b.
.r- Leo E. Bishop underwent an i
operation' in the Kendall hospital It home a fresh start!

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''* Windsor, Ontario left for his home HAS SET THE PACE

Wednesday after a six-week vacation CAVES BLDG. Is W AIRY W4I the trick-some painting-doing over
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I IAl Home Bldr. homestead
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I WILLIAM BURRICHTER TAKES AS BRIDE j ;;j MRS. CHARLES Z. HEINLEIN ELECTED

MISS GLADYS HENRIS.. OF DUNKIRK, N. Y. CalendarNNM...II PRESIDENT OF REDLAND P. T. A. FOR 1940-41

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William Burrichter of South Al-' He i li a native of Germany and man's Club of the Redlands at Mrs. Charles Z. Heinlein wn' Gossman, second Vice-president;
lapattah and Miss Gladys Henrli hat spent most of his life in his 630 p. m. elected president of the RedlandP. Min Jewell Turner, secretary; and
native land.Shortly Mar. 29- Local exhibit and T. A. at the annual meeting Mrs. D. E. Bashor treasurer.
of Dunkirk, N. Y., were marriedin
after the marriage servIce meeting of Redland Home Demonstration Thursday afternoon in the school Mri. C. E. Elchenberger presi-
i Robertson Memorial Church in a wedding dinner was served Club. auditorium. I dent, announcd that the new officers -
Miami Saturday afternoon by the I at Avocado Lodge on Redland Mrs R. W. Prothero was elected will be Installed at the next
Mar. Homestead P. T. A.
\ pastor the Rev. Norman C. Zu. road The lodge was decorated cake and candy sale. first -president; Mrs. Clyde I meeting, April 12.
lauf. I with tweet peas, roses and fern.
The bride wore aquamarine lace Present besides Mr. and Mri. Mar. 30 Woman's Club of
and carried an arm bouquet of Burrkhter were: Mr. and Mrs. J. Homestead benefit bridge party In STATE PRESIDENT INSTALLS MRS. COKER

rosei. Miss Elizabeth SwelUer of I W. Irwin, Mr. and Mri. H. Rabeof clubhouse.Mar. I GUARDIAN OF ROYAL POINCIANA GROVE
Dunkirk a cousin of the bride, Belle Glade, Mr. and Mrs. A. 31-Townsend Club meeting '
was maid of honor and Dr. Rolf Burrichter Mr. and Mrs. H. J.I in Neva King Cooper School Mrs. W. D. Coker was Installed Mrs. Cowart also made short talks.
Yungblud of South Miami was beat Gravel, Dr. and Mri. Carl Sche ell,I auditorium at 2:30: o'clock. guardian of Royal Poinciana Mn. Godwin was presented witha
man. MiA Ha Jean Irwin Miss Kathleen
Apr. Meeting of Junior Wo- Grove, Woodman's Circle at past guardian's pin
Mrs. BurricMer li the daughter Sweltzer Miss Elizabeth man's Club of Homestead.Apr. a Punch and cake were served.
of Mr. and Mri. John Henrls of Sweitzcr Richard I Grotchman meeting Wednesday night in the Other out-of-town guests were:
Meeting of Garden Club
Dunkirk. She has pent the past Lorenze Hansen, Leo Ohlert An- I I with Mrs. Annie R. Butler. clubhouse of the Woman's Club of Mrs. Christine Tumlin Mrs. Jeannette -
IWO winters In Miami. drew Wlenland Robert and William Homestead. Immense bouquets of Watson, Mrs. Mae Crosby
w Mr. Burrichter Is a prominent ) Jeunsch and Dr. Yungblud. Apr. Meeting of general W. gladioli decorated the clubhouse., and Mrs. Nolle Fazier all of Coco-
and successful grower of diversified Mr. and Mrs. Burrichter left at M. S. nut Grove.
crops in South AlhipntUh, once on a short wedding trip. I i Apr. 2-Benefit bridge party of Other officers installed were:
Woman's Club of Homestead in Mrs. R. L. Godwin, past guardianand
banker; Mrs. J. T. Martin attendant MRS. GORDON ELI ISCUES
HOMtVS CLUBGI\FS: vacancy caused by the resignationof clubhouse. EASTER PARTY
I and auditor; Mrs. G. M.
THIRD BRIDGE PARTY Mrs. C. #faflfr Rice. Apr. 3-Meeting of W. M. U. Cir-
Cooper assistant attendant; 1011".1C. Mri. Gordon Ellis entertained a
1\11'1. R. J. Elliott and Prank On the program Mrs. Frank cles.Apr. B. Waters, adviser; Mrs. J. R.: group of children with an Easter
Belts were high score pike winner Hausmun played a piano solo; Mrs. 5-Meeting of Episcopal Bevis inner sentinel. : Mrs. Clura 1 egg hunt at the home of Miss
in the third of n series of Julian II Webster played a piano Auxiliary.Apr. Thompson, outer sentinel; and'I Myrtle Kerfoot in Princeton Saturday -
four bridge' parties sponsored by solo; Mm Wefjb, a piano solo; and Meeting ot Ad Astra Miss Pearl WhItaker, recording and j I afternoon. Outdoor games
air Woman's Club of Homestead Mrs Hodges song several ys1ectlons. Chapter of O. E. S. corresponding secretary. were played and cake, candy and

,it the clubhouse Tuesday evening. Apr. 8-Monday Music Club Miss Abbie Holden of Jacksonville I,1 j punch were served. Mrs. Ellis was
Mrs. C. S. Schmidt was second Mrs E. H. Gallaher gave a talk meeting at home of Mrs. W. M. state president and national I assisted 'by Mrs S L Staple ton,
PII/P. winner; Mrs Joel J, Robin- on radio in music Fifield. committeewoman installed the of- Miss Anne Kerfoot and Miss Myrtle

urn,, low score prize winner und The next meeting will be heldon Apr. 8 Meeting/ of Woman's f ficers. She was assisted by Kerfoot.
FI'lInk Webb cut prize v.inner. April 25 at the home of Mrs. Club of Homestead in clubhouse. Katherine Richardson of 1\11'1'1 The children attending were:
Hostesses for the evening were: Webb. Apr. Meeting of Rcdlund Grove district manager und past I Vera Mae Anderson Myra Jane
Mrs. Henry Johnion Mri. M. F Others present at the meeting Neighborhood Circle. district president; Mrs. Mae Belle Biishor Elvira Burry, Joan and
While Mrs. Arthur Qudl!, Mri. IIRuesg were: Louise Barnes, Adrian Callahan Apr. -Meeting of University Parker of Coconut Grove, district i I Tircy Ellis, Maxine Gussmun Anne
nnd Mm W. R. Anderson I Vurn Rheney Frances and Club at home of Mrs. Lonnie L. president; and .frsT Ida Cowart of Hathaway, Geraldine Lewis Gerda
Others preterit. were: Mr and I Ruth Rutland, Gloria DeMurl.i, Hood at 8 p. m. Coconut Grove. drill I teamfrom I[ M.irtonson Gloria und Shirley
Skis. Howard Lamb, Mr. and Mrs, 1 I Libby Jane Duck Miry Frances Apr. 10-Meeting of Homestead Coconut Grove also assisted I| Ann Page Betty Torbett Charles
P J, Franklin Mrs Grace MeLtl.1 Morton, !Margaret Barnes Connie P. T. A. executive committee at in the installation I Chambers Robert Collins, Johnny
[.in Smith I Mrs H K. Foulk, Mrt.J Campbell. Patsy Pudage Marian 3 I o'clock. Miss Holden gave a talk on1 1 Ellis, Sidney Sin picton. Bobby
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A Pollard, Mrs Robert Glenn, Anderson, Jean Anderson, Kathleen Apr 10-Meeting of general W. "Paternalism," and during her talk Summers and Wayne Thompson
Jr :Mrs. n. C Ward, Mr*. A. F.I Wagner, Kathleen Floyd, M. U. used effectively impromptu vcrsci.I
Arthur, Mrs. C. L Trevelynn and I IMn. Valeria Campbell Charles Stef- Apr. Homestead P. T. A. Announcement was mude that EPISCOPALUXILIARY
E. G. SchulU. fani Jack McMichael, John Mc- executive committee meeting. Mrs. Jeanie Willurd, national vice- [ WILL MEET TODAY
The taut bridae party of the Lean Frank Hausman, Barney Apr. 16-Meeting of W. M. S. president I who had planned to attend I A called meeting of the Women's
Woman's Club series will be given Godwin Rufus Ashby and Dale circles. the Installation was unable to 'Auxiliary of St. John's Episcopal
Tuesday evening In the clubhouse.REV. Faust Apr. 11-Meeting of Royal Poin- do so || Church will be held at the rectory
cl.ma Grove at home of Miss Pearl Mrs Estelle Overstreet of Coco-1 HI 3 o'clock this afternoon The
SORORITY TO GIVE Whitaker. nut Grove spoke on the work of regular meeting of the organization -
CFO.: RUKS TALKS TEA FOR YOUNG GIRLS Apr. Installation of officers the district. Mrs Richardson and I 1 will be held at 3 p. moo April 5.
O\ "MVSIC: THROUGH A,18"The
of Redland P. T. A.
Plans for a tea to be given
Rev Geo. II. Ricks, pastor I Thursday afternoon were made Apr. 17-Homestead P. T A.
of the Homestead Presbyterian
Monday night at a meeting of the election meeting.
Church, gave a talk I on "MusicThrough Apr. 20-P. T. A. school of instruction *
:: : I Kappa Phi Delta Sorority at the
the Ae..t a meeting !
home of I Miss Katherine Mailtl h In Miami Edison High -:
.I I the Junior Music Club : I
Yfster-I', The tenwill be given aiMhehomo School at 10 a. m. :
<| afternoon lit the
of Miss Nina Dyal from four Apr. 24-Meeting of Lily Bow
MM Gen N Wukcflrld,
Book Review Club library at
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to six, honoring the members of
\\ ho was joint hostess,
laughter Barbara Jean. sponsor'l' the T ClulCIwi!( organization of 8pm. I I" ..CIliU I IT W ill TUUIIiJGI"lI17rM
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younger Ilrls.GralX'Julre. Apr. 23 Meeting of Junior II
During his talk Mrs. T. L. sandwiches and Music Club with Mrs. Bevo Webb.
Ilixluei, sister of Mr. Ricks, pl.iy- ,cookies were served Apr. 29-Meeting ot Jennie Lob- THE DIXIE DRUGJACK
on the plnno.elections rvpre- Those present were: Miss dell Circle at home of Mrs. Brut
J'J'l'r of the pet coda on which I Frances Lamb. Miss Jamie Rich-: Ennis. I FOLK-HOWARD JOHNSON
\\ as IcctunnitMr I"rds1' Mary Grace English Phones 30 and 9101-Homestead, Flo

Oovii Webb \M elected Ms! Wivn' Horton. Miss Doris EASTER EGG HUNT IS GIVEN: Tht big; values ol our Reioll Store dunna; thu; big sale are the talk I el the town
sponsor of the tub In fill the Warr Mi Oval! md Miss Marsh. BY REDLAND CHURCH CROUP I ivory ,tern Kttto it e eely ftl represented, *oo-Of your monty bock Dt yourself i
1 The primary department of Red- a good turn by being here .otly-(hot'i when lit Inn btg.m;
land Community Church gave avery -
successful Easter egg hunt Visit Our
Saturday afternoon at the homeof Kfenzo t
RELIABLEDRY the Sunday school superintend [Sandwich Counter
ent. Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt. TOOTHBRUSHES
Eggs, cookies. ice cream and
CLEANING AND punch were served. andi

LAUNDRY SERVICEMRS. KLmO Too* grads ort made P'lbtd
for wrictl Imtlottrro SC L S
TONI HOLOIS, Mir. we o, hut loiibte.Th ,pdl, M A

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Kent's Dry Clemlng and Laundry Service 4 l All sbylee sea gyp".
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Cleaned tee ssos

Hats ud Blocked 45c Dr. Hall'i Berated IV

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Suits Cleaaed 49c J TryOurJu.1Jc, 29cis

,and Presaed P4411411TWA 0fJi b 1 .

;' Dresses aeaMd am O4. Jas" rids l'WI''

mid Pressed 4C bole 40e i Ut ..... !- Lime J h
M* rtf -< W.... ITltxwr Lather rus

2 PC. Dresses 59c Up at all is IMM.aoikil We and MooaunMidSherton kob lovtlf r. "... 61vo.-: :.'.:: ....,.

Thermlqae Waves Croqalinole Orange 0040 boodle.:: NtelO;

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I I r Social Events I MRS.the the STUDY Mr study Jennie J.J.J.CLASS RICHIRDSCONDUCTS class J.Lubdell Richards at OF the CIRCLE Circle meeting conducted of the of' .* RE-ELECT .. i.


W. M S. of the Homestead Metho-

dist home Church of Mrs Monday Lloyd night Field at with the SID L. KENDRICK I

MRS. HAROLD KEITH FOULK INSTALLED ,Mn Earl Pacettl as joint hostess.

HEAD OF WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD Mrs. Richards reviewed several i
1t ,. chapters of the book, Acheivlng' JUSTICEOF
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II a Christian Home

; Mrs Harold Keith Foulk dragon and larkspur blossoms. Mrs. Dan Williams, president of THE PEACE !
d stalled president of the Woman Candles furnished the light the society, urged the circle to help
Club of Homestead at a djnner Mrs J. D. Perkins was chair- I complete a basket for the orphanage -
,- meeting held Monday evening in man of the committee In charge In Benson Springs. 4th District, Dade County ;
r_ the Homestead Country Club. of the arrangements Other mem-
The next meeting will be at the
,t )Irs. B. A. Waldin, retiring president bers Included Mrs J. F. Hammett home of Mrs Bruce Ennis on This will be my fourth race for this
Woman Club of the Mrs W. E. Mrs. Claude I
of the Rhcney
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April 29VD post. The votes of friends and
Hollands, Installed the Homestead : Campbell. Mrs. Henry Johnsonand my
officers and explained the duties Mrs. Hindman. supporters in past elections will
of each. I Guests at the meeting were: ASTRV TO SPONSOR again he greatly appreciated.
8s. The other officer Installed were: Mrs James Bird president of the TAG DAY AND FISH FRY
Mw J. R. Brooks first vicepresident Junior Woman Club of Homestead Ad Astra Chapter of the O. E. SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY,
; Mrs. H Rurgg, second ice- Mrs. David Barnes Mrs. A. S will hold a tag diy sole on
h president; Mrs R. J. Elliott, recording L. Lanier, Mrs. Tom Lindsay, Mrs. i I Tuesday. May 7, for the benefit I :MAY 7
secretary; Miss Pearl I Shores, Mrs. Wiildm and Mrs. ''of the Homestead hospital
Whltaker, corresponding secretary;I Stew art. !'I The chapter will sponsor a fish I Paid Political Advertisement
e: and Mrs. Paul Canon, nflditor | Members present were: Mrs A. fry for the hospital fund on April .. *
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\- Mrs. L. L. Bow, poet Inurente of F. Arthur Mrs. Emmett Crow son.17. ., *
,y the club, Is In Texas. i{Mrs. T. J. Faust, Mrs B. E. CatIn -- <<
\- Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe reining Mrs. A. Gudc Mrs Joel J.
president gave the address of Robinson Dr. Irene Shanklin Mrs.I
welcome. Mrs Cina i Stewart,I Geo. W. Harris, Mrs. R. R. Kinard,
president-elect of the Redland club Mrs. J. A. Pollard Mrs Fielding I
gave a short talk, and the assemble I Ruff Mrs. W. R. Anderson Mrs.
sang "God Bless Amerlcn P. J. Franklin, Mrs. Zeke Martin,
ersa a and "Perfect Day." Mrs. Herman Marks, Mis Paul Newest Styles in
Mrs B. M. Hmdman presented I Reynolds. Mn Carl Drawdy, Mrs.
Mrs. Wolfe with a past president Carson, Mrs. Foulk, Mrs. HmdmnnMM ,1
te. pin as a gift from the club. The Perkins Mrs. Rhcncy Mrs.
e.d other officers received corsages. Wolfe. Mn Campbell. Mrs. Brooks,
The table In the shape of a T I Mrs. Elliott Mrs. Hammett, Mrs.
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n, was decorated with petunia, snnp- Ruegg and Miss Whitaker.

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LILT BOW BOOK REVIEW MRS C. J. PARMAN HONOREDBY
CLUB STUDIES DEEP SOUTH RAIN OR SHINE CLIBMrs
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\e Mn S. L, Dickinson gave a C. J. Parman was honoredon Wedding Invitations
Id sketch of the life of Joel Chandler her birthday anniversary Mon-
\e Harris at the meeting of the Lllie day with a luncheon at Bamboo
la Bow Book Review Club In the Tavern given by Mrs. T. J. Faust
'y IIII\lIlclpallibrar: Wednesday evening for the members of the Rain or
and read one of his Uncle I Shine Club. and
e.y Rimus stories Mrs George D Covers were laid for: Mrs. W. E.
iyy Ruehle recounted the chief points Rheney, Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs
at Interest In the life of Daniel Julian H. Webster, Mrs. Frank
n.
Boone. Miss Elinor Holferty, chair Skill, Mrs. H. P. M Dalliel, Mrs. Announcements
man, gave a brief biography of Frank Rue, Mrs Carl Deden, Mrs. .
Paul Hamilton Hayne and read a Helen Hackler, Mn Fred Redd, .
biography of John Fox, Jr., pre- I I Mrs Parman and Mrs. Faust.
+'s pared by Mn R. J. Elliott.
,alry Mrs. C. J. Parman read an article MIS. A D. FOGLE. JR. ,
Cto about the beautiful stone me- HONORED AT SHOWER ,
t tI tI morial window in a small churchIn Mrs, A. D Fogle Jr., was .hon
Mandarin, Florida. ored with a surprise misceUa'neous
5. i During the business session shower at the home gt Mrs. A. D.
which preceded the program the !Fogle yesterday afternoon by Mrs
chairman! requested that an appeal I Wilbur L. Albury and Mrs. Geo. 50 for $ 8.95
IYrw. for the donation of old copies of Fogle
GMcnlaw and Miles' literature The house was decorated with
I books be made amaryllis and fern Cake and
100 for 1120
'It was decided that the Hat of punch were served
authors to be studied in the next Others attending, were: Mrs. Joe
few months would be kept on file Lake, Mrs Noah Peterson, Mrs.
I In the library so that the club G. W. Moody, Mrs. C. E. Eichen- and up
i iI members could consult It when berger, Mrs. Albert Campbell, Mrs.
selecting books. Clarence Lounsbury, Mrs. Julian
The secretary Is to be publicity Richardson, Mrs W. C. Campbell,
chairman, it was decided. Mrs. H. H. Graham. Mrs. M. J.
Present were: Miss Mary Louise Bonds Mn Fred Joreljn Mrs. G
Heacock of Miami, a visitor Mrs W. Driggers Miss Marjorie Camp- of
I I'r i Ben Archer, Mrs. Dickinson, Mrs. bell, and Miss Marjorie Fogle. Eight Tyes Engravingto
I Burble Mrs. Parman and Miss Those sending gifts wore: Mrs.
Holferty John Lee, Mrs. John Brown Mrs.E. Choose from
A. Buchanan. Mrs. Manure Bar
nard Mrs H. A. Amun, Mrs. E. L.I
f fj SUNDAY SCHOOL JUNIORS
Hutton Mrs. W. H. Russell Mrs.
CIVEM: EASTER EGO HUNT
Grader and Miss Ouida Leggett
The members of the junior department -
of the Methodist Sunday H. C. GREER IS HONOREDON
school were honored with an BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY
j Easter egg hunt at the home of H C. Greer was honored on his
Miss Helen Livingston Saturday birthday anniversary Saturday Engraved Reception Cards
afternoon evening with a surprise supper
;Various games were played dur- party given by Mn Greer at their At-Home Cards
Inn the afternoon. Favors of home on Avocado drive east of Engraved
candy chickens and rabbits on Krome avenue.
1,' nests of candy. eggs were given Various games were played during Engraved Ribbon Cards
Those present were: Mrs. Sam the evening, and Mrs. Corbet
l J>Davli, Miss Livingston, Leonora Smith won the prize In a contest
Williams, Billy and James Brown, The guests included: Mr. and Engraved Visiting Cards
J<* and Gene Reynolds and Albert Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Mr. and' Mrs
Hinman, Jr. Fred Wallace of Miami Mr. and Engraved Informal Cards
C Mrs. E O. Greer, Mr. and Mrs.
XABCKT Corbet Smith Mrs. Oscar Scare- .
SPEAR IS GIVEN 'with -
]PARTY ov BIRTHDAY crow, Miss Dimple Parker and Envelopes

Jtobert Spear was honored on Richard Wallace.

1)4 fifteenth birthday anniversary .
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s Monday night With a party given Milliard, Mtw.Var Shepey, Miss .' ,
taMrs Ulric Free and Maas Marie Evelyn Omrrtbers,* Miss Miriam .. .
Wrgardt at the home of Mr and Drake, Misses Mary Ellen and "
MrsH.. Borgardt In Redland. Louise Dearing Miss Dorothy Sullivan -
Various games were played dur- Misses, Lydia, Emilie, Sophie
inn the evening and cake and Ice and Marie Borgardt Miss Cleo THE LEADERENTERPRISEPRINT
cream were served. Smith, John Chambers David and
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Those> attending were: Mr andMrs. Jack Barnes. Lynne Irwin. Clyde
Everett Douberly, the Rev J Chamber, William Chamber*. SHOP
'j and Mn R. H. Spear Mr. and Fred Rhodes Kenneth Chambers
e l I Mrs. Borgardt Mr and Mrs. Free\'Roy Lee, David Dick and Fred
Mra. David Barnes Mrs Louise,Borgardt Donald McKay. Tommy
J Canalngton. Mrs. A. L. Lanier Hams, L. Smith and Robert

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Would Make All Dade One School Tax District






To Give Less Wealthy Areas Equal Facilities



e e e e e e e e e e e ,I e.

Redistricting of Dade County to west. The district boundaries :I care has to be exercised that these the problems would be considerably erably above the facilities that can

ten school tax districts into one(simply follow section or township tax funds are expended In the simplified and provision of l be provided for other schools In
or two districts to simplify the( lines without regard to municipalor I I schools within the respective districts adequate opportunities for all chil- the county.

keeping of records and to Insure other boundaries . I! Moreover the wealth of a I dren would be more practicable If\\ A fourth possibility would be to

equal advantages to schools In I Miami Beach It by far the district or its ability to Issue bondsis the present number of school tax organize the districts In the northern .
arras of sparse population or low most wealthy district per pupil, in many cases not at all in pro- districts could be reduced to not I part of the county as one district

valuation, Is one of the principal I while some of the districts which portion to Its need for school build more than two or three. that is, Districts 3, and

recommendations of the recently I are largely rural have a relativelylow ] ings. The most satisfactory plan of reorganization 2. Those in the e3n\; of. I

y published report of the state-con value per pupil. The range Is Thus, the present school tax dis- from a long time ,the county could then be organized !

ducted survey made of Dade from $13,725 per pupil In Miami tricts are neither satisfactory for point of view would be for the en- as a second district and Miami :

County's public school set-up Beach to $697 per pupil In District current taxing purposes nor for tire populated part of the countyto Beach as the third '

The recommendation Is contained 12. I bonding purposes for the construction constitute one taxing district While either of the first two
In the following section of the . The chief reasons for the i of school buildings Moreover This would make possible the development plans proposed above would be
report: existence of these districts are to although district boundaries of an equitable Instruc-
better than either of the latter two,
assist In raising the revenues need- fortunately are not set up as form- tional and school building pro
School Tax Districts
any one of the four plans would
ed for the operation of the schools idable barriers, some problems are gram throughout the county.
While the county Is the unit for I constitute a major Improvementover
likely to be encountered when
and to bond for school building Another possibility would be to
the present situationTropical .
school administration In Florida
construction. They could not func- large numbers of children haveto combine Districts 2, 3, 4, and 13

the constitution makes provisionfor tion well as administrative districts cross such boundaries to attend In the northern of the I/ ,, , ,,,, ,,,,,,,
part county.Districts "" nmini"' 1 '111" 1 "Al I'll' "III """""" Irmop '
the division of counties Into and were not Intended to schools in another dIstrict. In fact, S, 6, 7. 9, 12 and 14 might! f"
districts for the purpose of levying(I function In that manner. some of the present schools have then constitute a second district. p
taxes and electing trustees Sec-i been Improperly located outgrowth Cafe:
Under present conditions ten as an These districts would have an assessed i
; tion 401 of the state school law of present district boundaries
separate and distinct records of -I valuation per pupil which ,
t provides: I I district current tax Income and expenditures should provide sufficient revenue

"The special tax school districts twv1* be kept and School financial and admlnistraMANpt ''from ad valorem levies to Insure r; NOW LOCATED'

within any county herein referred' equitable educational opportunities AT
THE
to as school districts shall be the' 'I for children in all parts of the
subdivisions of said county and of: TRAINING TAUGHT HERE county. I EVANS HOUSE
said school unit for school
county :
A third possibility would be to
purposes" 1 CALLED OUTSTANDING EXAMPLE reorganize the districts with just : One Block South of
In accordance with these
-
provisions !
district the mainland =
one on and Krome-Flatler Traffic
Dade County Is now organ- with Miami Beach to constitutethe r Light on S. Krome Ave.
The
l/ed Into ten tax distilcts All of I manual training work of is distinctly of the project type: second
district. Miami Beach
these. except District 14 which Includes I Homestead High School is outstanding and Is outstanding For nmpli,'. '
has so much more wealth pu pupil
in the of the education
opinion -
n Miami Bench extend entirely the Homestead school is the onlv
,
made that as long as it exists! a "ipante -
exports who the recent I school in the United I
across the county from east States that II-
: taxing district It'Id picb ,
survey of the schools of Dade
permitted to the
use mahoganygold ( ably be able from dish ,it 11111 GLASSES
RIC.W County seal label on Its I pixdurts Tin \ ; ,,
A'U 110Y \n\7INF : alone to provide facilitieton' .d-! !
COMPANION TOTiiomnsHundreds In the report of the survey recently teacher of Industrial! arts in this '
published. these educators I school is nn authority on mahogany -To Open
I
of Ihnn,.inds 1 of boys I had the following comment to and has pl'ob..lJldone more Dr. Leonard \> HaskinBptriillrlitt tq Your

ind young men tend THE AMFRK mike on the mahogany furniture! than anyone else in making use of In see Fomlnmloni, Eyes
'N BOY MIR vine every month I turned out by II H S. pupils under the native mahogany that jJ ours Pitting and Repairing ofGLASSES

md consider" it more as a living I the instruction of C. H Rice, along the southeastern coast of the :! 4

companion than as n magazine. head of the manual training department state This school affords, an excellent 141 N F. Pint 81, MUnl Fll
"It'* us much a buddy to me as : example of the wise utili- I Completely Air Condltl.n"II

my neighborhood l chum," writes :Manual Training; zation of the resources hut happento : .n..olo": Terms I

fine high school senior, "THE "In some of the schools the work be near lit hand. The outstanding -
AMERICAN feature the Stop guessing about your .I.'.
BOY seems to understand of progn: m the:c : tyn.
schools Is the of : time to KNOWI! An ......j".tIOll
and making
a boys problems considers many
DR.R.S.AKEUSDENTIST will ttll. Why diUyl.
them In such a sympatheticand THREE REfElERTlfJC'TEI excellent and quite pretentious _
helpful way. It gives advice Mrs George. Ruehle of Home pieces of fuinitur" I Dr. B. F StebbinsDr.

and entertaining reading on every' stead and Mrs. Ruth Snow Garrison i L. W. Stebbins
subject In which a young fellow of Filnceton are among
U Interested It Is particularly those who have during the last Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 P. M.Sunday. .' 1225 W. Finder St.. Miami

helpful in spoils I made our quarter received Florida teaching Dr. R. J. ElliottI I .: 8 to 12 Phone 3-2315
school basketball team because of certificates based on four years of 1 I : Cloud Saturdays '
'1 playing tips I read In THE AMERICAN college training according to a CHIROPRACTOR .

BOY." report from the office of Colin ;: Free Parking Space =
Many famous athletes In all English state superintendent of horns Ride. Homestead I
J. sports credit much of their success public instruction -- --- .1764 N. W 36TH ST. MIAMI Quick! Easy! Spick-
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to helpful suggestions received Miss Vera Fletcher was granted i rnovE t-m i

from sports articles carried in a certificate,based on two yearsof + + + 4 V+ + + }++ 4-4-4-4-4-- And-Span Shaves
'"1"1/1'1""!!!! !! '!" "! !/ '!! !!!""'!"" ,
THE AMERICAN BOY Magazine college training tOe + !1
Virtually, every issue offers advice II sure that your eyes are al With This New
. tfood as jour brakes-have them+ i
from s famous couth or player.Fwtball r
\ I |tested at least once each year:
basketball track tennis I It OR.M.A.BERGERDentist
i in fut every major sport Is cov First Choice i GilleffeBlade
i cued' In fiction and fact articles. t DR. F. I'. ARCHER } I

, Teachers librarians parents andI.'ad..n Among Boy MalulnesBoys' i AND SON t ;
of boys clubs also recom- I
IConsulting Optometrists ->
mend THE AMERICAN BOY en- : Office hours 8:30-4:30
, thusiastically. They lime found LIFE ;1824 W. Flat Iff St., :Miami, Fla.+
that as a general rule regular read- I
f E7.. yx.min.d-Len.e. Ground +
: lance more rapidly and developmore Standard PvMlratton UrM toys } (;1..... Repaired' + First National Bank I.
worthwhile chiidcterlstis
Director of Th. American I
} institute +
than do boys who do not read it
M ...!ton. meltse mad senses I school for UVUci.naI. + Building
Trait,Jd writers and artists famous
recognized. the kMthi task.*Mi. +
, conches and athletes, explorers r + I-+ I-.I-- 4-+ +-1 + '' + + H
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, : : ;; THE .9r1. eot ctcsOLE
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beys like best pages efpkftre-4mk cartoons Treatment CafMat* A.4a
THE AMERICAN BOY sells on .-1110i end "of..,t.gbr r'wRfr M5tAtgaga f.4N rftnel
most newt stands st 2Oa{ copy. Nand-AW.ws..ll..Isse.eS Glassed Fitted 1ft44 I 4T'" w

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tl 'The 'Churches I: '..KEDLAND"Mint.,." ,..,.Julia".".".,.....Sullivan......"..".....\.".... l CLASSIFIED ADS



Kerfoot, Miss Ruth RATE: First Insertion 10* a line; subsequent liwertloc! *
Miss Helen Daniel
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BAPTIST CHURCH p.'.Wp.. ,....** ***"", Wednesday evening ,I members from Redland '' St a line

.OhfCBTtaB Dr. i, t. PRINCETON-Th Rev. attending the Florida -
Johnston I
\ ..... Soacay aehoaj at .14I a. m"I -pea.. ........ Bundo.hooI., I:4S;p preaching Cowen. Association In Orlando, FOR RENT
Crel.'U..L'w t p. u a, 10:41 .. .. and ,10 p, ft. junior I 1 Friday and Saturday of FOR SALE
mateag at I:SO I young people meetingtrtO1 I
; at |:SS p. .. ,". PION wavelet W* Mnlay at BENT-Garage or space tolore
OOVLDS-TW Ree Noah Ttraoatxa.. 16 The art department is FOB SALE--Solid concrete, bUxk
farming tool
and
:.\.,. Saadar aekaol at 10 a. a.. Vvww him on a picture imple ,
99 Krome
at Ave between
., t EPISCOPAL *. Call at FWrida building -
.11 a. m. and tiSO p i B. rI). at I City Res-
The
!t..:H a. aa. Prayer service at TlM p. 0. elementary grades on Key West B. & Loan and Chevrolet
11'11I,,_,. ST. JOHN--. B. Domed aveaue and lating their English Highway Answers all
Bldga
I R r. I (pm29a: ) building regulations -
al-c-147it:;. :'r'f.. at reading with the art Lot 25x135: ft Reasonble -
CATHOLIC ,.10 a. m. Sunday school at *,10, ajoraIng 'and the old masters
prayer at 11.FREE SE price. liberal terms. Divided
CHURCH or Tat SACRED BEARTS. I their cultural place in in Redland; modern con.'enienets. : into 2 stoiet numbing for i
I Secoa* avenue, Homeatead : the a... METHODIST Brooks, Inc, Phone
T. J. 0.. ". paator. Sunday maae at I of the pupils I rest rooms Owner Mrs Eva
lam. week day maaa at 7SO: .dally FLORIDA UTT-Th Rev Wesley c.1 i (Mr, W) Collins, Biscayne Drive and Federal -

Sunday. Communion school Sunday for following women, the 9 clockmaaa first. :2T.L. Pastor.. *Sunday .">"'. 2 j>. ms i The Girl Scouts are Highway at Modrllo

Sunday of month for men and boy. the prayer IW tontine I and at '7:30:10 p. M. Tuesday derfoot tests and i BENT-Unfurnished house I
moved Sunday of month Holy hour Thure- P. m badges after school in year. Ben]. W. Morris, reg.
day before first Friday of month at 7:1(1 FOR SALE-400 ft frontage un
L.ik'f:: tint Friday at T;:SO a. m METHODIST Richards.1 I room. Some very p real estate broker next Krome Ave. 660 ft. deep Fire,
the Bleated Sacrament after plaques are being molded Baptist Church, Krome Axe .
I for growing flowers File right
I"" HOMESTEAD-The Ret. J. J
...... orated and insect () (f6lf)
P. Sunday school at I :41 a m. I for fash Benj. W. Morris registered -
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CIIVRCII preaching at U a. m. and 7-SO p. ". celestial bodies are being I
Junior League at I'M p. .... : HI Leagnaat RENT I real estate broker, next
FLORIDA CITY-rrwdwar mat sixth S SO p. m, Senior League at .lo p. n. ,on maps and charts -Large comfortable to Baptist Church Krome Av
Prayer meeting at 7.10 .... .. Froschers. Oversea I
atreet. Sunday school at I :49 i. n. for p Kednredar : Homestead (116(11)
pupils. under JO year of age nornlniaervlot :March 31-Sermon topics: 11 a. m. {, An interesting operetta at Florida City Phone I
at 11 clock
o Wednesday eveningaarirleee "Curative and ;I odile Island"" is in the (J19-tf)
which Include testimonials of hM|. Preventive R<<- I FOR SALE Troptcai plants citrus
4ac and itprleBe and remarks aa Cbrla lit Ion," special music by the choir; I and with such coloraturas
tlu Science S p. ... Tai puelia I* tortlan trees and troplcat fruit In
Seiene. I p. ... 7:30 p. m., "Honor Your Parents." Cash. hero and Elmeda LEGAL NOTICES I Redland
Jungle Grove.
Hemline room In church edlflw a, open The junior choir will be In chargeof heroine it promises to season.
savory Thursday .alWr.... from ,,00 to road and: Plummet drive.
OG.'Tho public la cordially Invited lo the ,he evening music. The entire stage is TIHs COUNTY it-D0VIII: COUNT IN
*reiaa and to vials taw tending room I muralistic appearance rose PADIC CQVNTT. FLORIDA. I
SILVER PALM.Th. Ree I. t. Waller rRONATI1. FOR SALE-2'i acres on IttellartIroad.
i March LeMaa-serman topic: paatar Sunday School every Sunday at classes are turning Into K.: C8TATii OF JOHN B TOWER.
..."I.taIK1." 10 a. M preaeamg services. aa tint; laird island with allegators, ... Well located for home-

,I.. fifth guadaya at 11 a. m. and t still p BL ,11 boa constrictors, All Creditor NOTICE TO aad CREDITORS All reran Havlni site, $300. Benj. W. Morris, rev-

i CHURCH OFCinUSTJSOUESTIAD PRINCKTON-Tb Ree J. I. jungle growth. It or Iliaaaada Against Haul Eaum' to Baptist Church. Krome Ave-,
'paator preaching at a a. aa, ". and eaca pfyyBu.. aJv hereby ... istered real estate broker. next
> -rtrat avenue owes N. fiJWja school at 10.FLORIDA. a real "Crocodile Island. and rqah>ed t lirMnt any rlaitw

atreet.,. feUowabtp ailllo.I\idr.and, 10 preaching a. IB[ eon..aavaeoa at.. '' -Ta. Ree C.CITT G.oi.COMMrNITT.... p...... WoIle"j' ...........I........................H............. aanan hew_against which the W.eeute..or'eltfcer nt John of ymi II. Homestead. (fMHO

.hool 10 deeeawd. tate,of nVroeatead, Iladl
JlL" at a aa preaching at T: %
Mdk prayera and Bible study, Redland Girl ", rkirlda, to likeiraft. W t Hl.n JUICY ORANGES-30c a puck
CHURCH OF GOD day at 1,SO. County Judge County. and Eva Collins. Biscayne Drive and
By Kathleen Wagner the .earn la his office In the Count

OMESTEAD. -SOS N. W. Drat "*"..., REPLANDefORIMUNITY: .Io TBIRCB-. Church I ....11..........................,................. .. In Dade County Horlrla wllh Federal Ilighw'ay.
the Ree beo Q. Coplln. paator Sunday calendar month from 'the date I
T eaool at t,4S a. at t preaching at IIandi.l .. lB. school at 11 preaching at 11 : Epvortk 38 drat publication hereof Maid claims
Lea.ue at a 10 Troop met In the FOR SALE-Nice of bun-
Midweek and .. piece
... Prayers
p. ; Junior Y. P. .11 ; .hUd,... to ronlaln the lease' md-Imu" of
bible
meeting at T In paraonai.. Pontiac..... study Thursday at 7all.rRESBYTERL&N Tuesday afternoon claimant and to be sworn to and pre- ness property Good price for
Jug S p. m. Wednesday.CHURCH .. .. aforeaaid or aame will be 1..4
I
presided over the W.
CHURCH SfCllin 120 of the loss Initiate A,'. cash Benj Morris registeredreal
OF THE NAZARENE HOMPATEADKrme The minutes were read this 26Ut day of MeA l>. 1.111. ettato broker. next to Baptist -
avenue at N lltk
,
JANE II TO" :R.
.trert The Rev Ceo H. Rlcki. paator I leen Campbell A. Fawulir of the I..., Church, Krome A\e, 11011110-
BOMESTIAD- R... Robert H. 'Bible acliool at 10 a. m : preaihln at II '
Rogers, Rosemary Will[I and r..l.m. "f stead. flfltn)
Spear, pailor Sunday school at 9.US a. m : i I. m : ruu' "'0.1.'. Invatizu. It T.:3U .. ne J...hn n. T-.r. I so."T" .
and Elvina Burry )patrol
rchlng at 11 ai m ard 744 atA,6 P. m, I :Man 31-sermon subject "Onuard each reported 100 per ,., ""illl,allon .1.Mm' ', I Iroor li 21', IIM'. FOUNDrUUMJ
S !
and Juniors meeting Christian I :; ,
Soldirn. JII. eve Itll'0"\
ance. Grace Burry was I

,I, a new member. .II T11 E OP APPIKATItIN FOR : Pin vp.ii.ule.. J.A'h',

LEGAL NOTICES I Over the Telephone I The Redland troop I T '\ Stall Ml,HIrile Enterprise.311SCELLANEOUS.

"Is dtt you Mandy" plt-al.nt time at the ... la hereby given that Thomas L
1 I YaUlr'j' ..,. hulitur a* aaalgnee of State and
dis home of Mil. T. V.
NOTICE is M.indy" "Mandy ,
APPLICATION I I Tan Certificate Numb red 'X">.
FOR TAX IIHOv gwme to marry me nex' Satday Miami then a local the 7th day of July A U IfiSi ha.
rile No. M1 I 13'l IBM Certificate In my office, and has
Notice .U hereby given. that Thendoru. I night Vas ir, >'j.sir. And what a hike to and from application for tan deed to Issue SEE AND BUY ai emanklm Variety
'Bailey, bolder a'* aaalitnee of City of Hoim. you say )our name is''"- last Friday here they ... In accordance' with law Sold West Florida City.
-inced tax certificate I Numbered t5SSB7 <, I ..ate .....b...... the following described Grove
> 9538 55J9. 67S8 and n>t. dated th. I picnic lunch. Yesterday ., ,. situated In Dade C..unty. FI..I.Io. U7tnWANTEO
4lh day of June. A. D. 1 28. hai filed FLORIDA.1 I hiked to the Homestead
would eertlflcatea In my office. and has IS THE CAUNTY JI'Pr.r.'M fire dinner Lot 25 Block 2, Ruckeye Park I'I Int
,mad application for tax deed to l I..uetaereon AND FOR IHIII llll 'TV. pared a camp IS. lage to :In the County; "f
In accordance with la*. Sail' 1"1 PRIIHUE-II.. laoil. I turned moonlight on <... State of Florida
:**rtlfi.atea. embrace the following dr.arrlbrd In get L11TATE lit, (HARI.EI W. HOI'E the school To obtain aaaeaament of aaid properly under
situated In | iMueJ ,WANTED-lilubekeel-ter to ran
property Dad County: Lsocesso,11. aid Certificate wa I In the
;Florida. ..-.It, NOTICE TO CREDITORS I II. travelers badge the of Unknown. I for UUCP tlildun I< Write Uo ,
I Lot 18. Block 1. Commerce Addition To all C"ditor. and All Persons Hiv. ... laid Certificate .hall h* redeemed
In the City of Homestead County Inn Claim ur Demands Aiialnat Said I hike 100 miles. They to law, tax deed will laiue then- B-126 HomivRiid (m29 n'll i
:f of Tiaue. Bt.t. of Florida. a.in. Estate. :first twenty behind them the 24th day of April. A. D. HMO I
(jp braced la Certificate: No. ISSK The \ui, and each of you are hereby notified The i this 201 h day .f March A I). TUTORING WANTED high
'_iment of said property under the and "QuIr4d to present any claims and recently .
':are/ CrrtlfltaU issued was In the point demands which you or either of you may I committee is Mrs. \' r 0 IHATHrRJMN school and grade school subjects.
r : ;ult.o.n. have analnat the estate tor Charles W. Hopo.loce.d chairman Mrs C. E. Clerk of I'Ire ill ('''urt.Dale Mrs H J. Armstrong, A. B..
man
t L.4. Floilda.
It Block I. Commerce Addldltlon. late of Dade County, to l.unt 1.,101. '
In the City of Hunuatead the H,,n. W F. lllanton, Ciiinty J:urine berger Mrs. Smoky "' Court Seal Plummer drive and Country
County of Dade. State of Flirida an of Dado County, and rile the .am. In his I Hv N r iKTKHMrTT 11 C
Carl and Mrs. M. ; Club road.
embraced In Certificate No SnS7 office In the County Cimrlhoiia In Daile Wagner mar V .1fi, or 1/ 1. ,11- 014.1.
The aaaenament of said properly under Count% rlorlda within c-lnht calendar lins The schools P. T.
the said Certificate issued wa In the month from the date o( th* tint publlca I Ilion -
... j sponsoring civic
01 V.k.o. hereof Said rlalnia or demand to
Lot 20. block 1. Commerce Addl. contain the least adilm at tho claimantand Mrs. A. L Campbell and
tlon In the City: of Homestead, Countyof tc, be sworn to and "re.entcd aa .r.....- BIRISIndorsed
Pade state of Florida. at embraced laid. or lame will be ban.I lire B*llon, \V Hennlngton are
In Certificate No. MS, The 12. of tho loll Probate Ad Miss; Mildred Small
assessment of said property under Inid Oat March 15. A. D.. imo
Certificate bailed wait la the lame IRA I' HAYCOCKA. gills are tenderfoots but
of V.k.o. Almlnl.lrator, 1h- F.tatHAKLrs .. I gcntl.i irking to cam
Lot 21 1. Block i. Commerce Addition ( W HO'I D'''H .. I !
In the lily of Homeitead County ,mar '1 1 .1 r ; for r plornotlull
tt Dade. State of Florida ai emhraoed -- I
In Certificate' I No S6S9 The :
assessment of said property tinder the I
said Certificate issued was In the name
of Unknown USED CARS
1 Lot >l, Llvlnnton Addition I I In the DELIVERS I II II
t City of Homestead, County of fade, :, $880
state of Florida. aa embraced In ,I uur used ran ilwsrs represent food vsiue. but the
.Certificate No .761 The aamimentof
aald property under the said Certlflcat ones listed below are unusually choice and "e recommend

'Unit., .*"Issued. was In the name of I TheNeiv any one of them for jour consideration.

Lot 22 Llvlnnton'a Addition In the
of Homeatead County of Dade, .....................0......................
j uira of Florida. aa embraced In CerI -
t to No (7(4 The assessment of
I
I said property under the mid Cert Ian I I
-, to laaued was In the name of Uknown. .- 1940 FON'11

Unions. said Certificate shell D* re.eWeied : 19J3: FORD PICKUP-motor oxcrhauled ; in
deed will
aceordlntr to law. tax i
jaine theraoa on the Ird day of April. A excellent condition ; cheap.

Datid' till tSth day of '.b.u..,. A. D :I
1040. (De Luxe Equipped)
F B LAT1IIIIIIAN.I: I 1933 PONTIAC MOOR TOURING SEDAN I
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County Florida. -original paint ; good condition.
Clmift. Court teal I
k By N. C. STERRETT: : D C I TO YOU IN IIO
i (mar L I. 15. a.. St. 1940i I
!I I 1936 FORD COUPE-loolw and runs like new.


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NEWT. G. BALL Coupe 41111 0 e e e $ 1937 PLYMOUTH .s.1J 0 0 It TOURING

SEDAN clean
original paint.
-> ery ;

NOTARY rCBLIO i 2-Door Touring Sedan

1938 DODv..E-\ery clean ,a real bargain.

I 4-Door Touring Sedan

Fire Insurance and I I

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Kindred Lines Preston B. Bird Motor CO. i PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.


SS N. Krome Are.
S. Kravw Ave, Oppo lte Tit Office
South Kreme Ave. Phone 18

24-HOUR WRECKER

Day ]Phase II Mfht Phone OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY

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Page Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday March 29, 1940!

I business with a dime?
,t (k ki l11111111111111111111111111111Illlllllllilllllllllllllllll llillrll ,_
i That Thomas Edison Inventedthe
"Tom Edison High Powerful RITACOME ON MTOU MUST FEEL -AND NOT ONLYDOTNYAND SHAVE
AH Explosive Number One" to GO TO THE STORE THE SAME WAY I 00. EVERYTHING TO WAKE
help Abe Lincoln-and almost WITH MC- ABOUT THAT STORE MCAL-PIANNIN6 EASY, BUT
[ ALL AiGMT IT'SA PLEASURE JUST THE CLERKS AM SO PLtMANT J*
blew up a train SUEI'YE TO OO THERE,ISN'T IT? AND THE PUCE IS $0
| That Edison's; ::;father thoughthe I ALREADY DONE AY CLEAN ? --
SHOPPING ,110 I'LL IT
was "an addle-pated lunatic"?
60,JUST rOR FUN! CERTAINLY IS! e
V That Thoma-Edison saved his
(town mother's life by an invention
the created in one minute of frenI k bw
I tied thought

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I Dozens of star have gone Into II,
training for such roles at tighten -
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aviators, doctors and circus
performers but Mickey Rooney i.1 1 .
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believed to be the first to put hill, =
ration hair into training for a character : I = I

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part his hair on the right Insteadof j
the left side of his head and ) ; i
brush it constantly to make It fall'
naturally Into that style to con-\ ON THE i I I
form In appearance with Thomas
A Edison, whom he portrays as a i
boy In"Young Tom Edison," which
!, plays at Olymphla Theatre, Miami,I j
Monday, April 1, through Wednesday :
April 3Mickey's The I
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hair hangs low across'' II i
tm forehead If he lets it, That is
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how Edison always wore his hair.
But Edison parted his hair on the C. n I j S
lIght side; Mickey parts his on the AND A
left Mickey has the cowlick at the N
crown of his head which Edison I s
had. Outside of this alteration in ON : I -
} combing the hair, Rooney used no I
other make-up changes to play = '

young Edison I j: :'I I j jE1

DO YOU KNOW- I :

That Thomas Edison was known "THE : _
as "the worst boy in town'" ; = 1

That Thomas Edison was thrown I ;,
out of school for "cheating"?

That one of Edison's early \ : : I
pranks almost brought out the t"J'I I
} liMe militia? > .i

That Edison's first experiment }o* [ ] ==
almost burned down a school? I =
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That Edison's second effort was
to try to extract electricity from ,
his lister's hair? I: I C == :;

That Thomas Edison .started a I. I;I




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