The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00273
 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: April 5, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00273
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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School to Rotes, Officials. BUILDING AT 1

50 STUDENTS Rotary Youth Work Lauded as------1 MeansOf 'I KROME SITE THIS SUMMEREastern J:

Cutting Delinquency, Aiding Area I -

Star Plans Contract to Be Awarded

REQUIRED AS Thepropcwed youth activity suggestions of your committee to Fish Fry la Park After 3-Week Drive

J program of the Homestead Rotary the Rotary Club certain activities Sunday for Hospital for Funds Ends
bich fee ,
might promoted and
CJub .b seen by Judge W. H. Beck-

INITIAL LIST72Hour ham of Dade County Juvenile, club wish for to congratulate your intelligent you and thought the A benefit fish fry for the PASTOR RECEIVES

Court is a means of reducing' and planning in a matter of this Homestead hospital will be ARCHITECT'S PLANS
kind held In the ,municipal park
delinquency among youth and of! "
providing' facilities for Any or all of these project Sunday afternoon. The dinner 2-Storv Concrete Edifice
Course at Night makingthe will greatly serve to reduce delinquency which Is sponsored by Ad
community a better place in i Astra Chapter, O. E. S., will to Have Seating Capacity
Three Times among young people and
which to live In a letter to:I will provide facilities for making begin at noon. of WK
WeeklyLECTURES < Ceo N. Wakefield, chairman of this W. B. Caves will be in
community an even better
the club youth committee, Judge place in which to live and rear a charge of cooking the fish. The 27-year-old frame church
I family. building of the First HjptiHt ;
I have read with much interest *
Mjy your work increase and Church it N W Third street and
in the local Homestead the '
paper I|prosper If I can be of any personal ,NEILL INJUREDAS j
---- Krome avenue is to be npluttdthis e
Youths 18 to 25 Eligiblefor assistance let me know"
'': The proposed program of activities urmmr with a 139000 strut- I,
; was presented to the clubby lure II I v.. ,is announced yesterday '

Fee ChargedThe members of the committee at by the Re'. J. E:. JohmlotH i 1',1'- .

TO OBTAIN a recent meeting They are listedon ON GLADE FARM I tor
program of the Civilian AirAuthority another page and Mr.
Architect plans for th< i budding I
jcbooL which is being Wakefield requested that persons i
sought for Homestead by the local MORE \WPA WORK,|interested in the program check A. D. Neill. gasoline filling sta. are in the hands of Di .I"im- I'.

Rotary Club, was outlined by W. their preferences on the list and stone A three-weeks n nil mgn'
tlon operator and local flying enthusiast -
A Carpenter, representative of I 'forward' It to him. Also, he asked to raise the money for the hUllet- ;
the CAA, at a meeting held here Possible ways and means of relieving that suggestions for additional activities is ill the Post Graduate '
will under next 11I't'k, *
last week. The meeting was attended the anticipated summer 1|I be written in blank spaces I II hospital with a fractured leg and Ing get way
by Mayor Tom Harris, City 1 financial distress as a result of the below the list and sent to him. bruises received when a dusting under the direction of the I llrI I. '

Councilman Henry Brooker Jr, I freeze and rain-out of crops.i I I plant he'AF fell J. Patterson of Cleveland Ohio. J I*
operating on
the Rev. R. F. Blackford and Paul were discussed by a representa who has minted nutnrrou,,igreutions ,
Reynolds. members of the Rotary I'tive group of Homestead citizensin I!!STREET farm land near the Florida City In raising fund, f">'
aviation committee, and George the office of Charles H. Steffanl I MARKER]canal a short distance from the similar projects. It is planned< 'n ,

M. Frick and Lee H Lehman club Dade county agricultural i bay Saturday morning let contracts for the const ml 1"11 iaa '
members agent, Tuesday morning PLAN APPROVEDBY Neill is part-owner of a ship soon as possible after O' close I |
Prior to the meeting Mr Car It was agreed at the meeting which is used for instruction pur- of the campaign }j.
penter and Mr. Blackford visited that the small agricultural yields I poses at the local airport and is The new church to b< (."11-
the local airport and made a tour will affect, dierctly and indirectly.. CITY COUNCIL rated one of the best pilots in this struct**! of concrete blot'kid I

of the Homestead d strict. all persons in Homestead and vicinity 1 area. He was dusting crops with stucco will be 109 feet long ,nd M j .
To start the school, there must a plane of the Autogiro Associates foot Wide. '
be a charter enrollment of 90 It was unanimously decided that The 306 street crossings in Homestead Inc., when the crash occur- Steps will extend along almost ..

youths between 18 and 23 years the promotion of federal projectsIn will tie marked with the' red.Neill the entire front of the building sand
of age and of this number 40 will this area would be the only names of the intersecting streets if said he was about 30 feet large colonial pillars""I IIof', '

be competitive students, Mr. Car means of maintaining a degree of a project approved by the city from the ground when he nosed to the roof There will be .1 tin-
penter said Each student la to normalcy during the coming council under the chip on its side to make a (Continued on Page Ten) l I
pay an entrance fee of $10 mouths gets way turn. The plane failed to make

The course is a 72-hour one Construction of a new post office The councilmen at a meeting the turn apparently not having I
Lectures are given at night, three building, a rural rehabilitation Monday night voted affirmativelyon enough speed and went out of Senior Class to Cite ,

times a week. The time required program a federal housing the suggestion of A. R. Livingston control, he said. It crashed on its' "Spring Fe\er" Tonight '

ii about three months program and establishment of a that WPA j left wing and was damaged badly. I s...
a project for the
The breakdown of the lecture migratory labor camp were deCided A safety! belt] which secured Spring Fever" a comedyfamewill ,
course is: 12 hours on civil air upon as being the most feasible erection of the markers be sought him to the seat probably saved be presented by the senior '

regulations. 15 hours on navigation factors In maintaining an Mayor Tom Harris and Councilman Nelll from more serious Injury. class of the Homestead H gh Schoolin '
IS hours on meteorology one adequate wage level In this district W. R Bird and Henry Brook Neill received severe bruises on I. the Neva King Cooper School :
(Continued on Page Ten) (Continued on Page Ten) er, Jr., were named as a committeeto the head and face, and on his back auditorium tonight

seek WPA approval for the and stomach as the impact hurled The play will be under
Local Ministers Have Parts in Drama project him violently against his safety I tlon of E B Blackburn, ,pwh ..
I Mr Livingston suggestion is I belt. ,and dramatics inxtructor .

To Be Given in Temperance Drive Here that placed two_on diagonally concrete opposit.-c4 '

of each WPA Art Classes to Be Organized
-- I ners Intersection so that I _
Six local minister will be :. torney. :The Rev J J. Richards motorists driving on the right l \
cluded In a cast of 27 local persons will be the clerk of the court; the hand side of either Intersecting In Homestead Next Tuesday Morning J f

who will present "Who to Rev. C. G. Nelson sheriff; the street, could easily set the name of ,
?" drama in Rev. :B H. Spear, deputy the cross street ai they approached '
Blame .
a temperance sheriff
It. Eve fane interested In taking the, Florida WPA drt projecl aid I
the form of a court trial at the Ivan Moser, coroner; Sparkman! WPA art courses which have been Wednesday L
Homestead Methodist Church at 8 Holding witness to the murder The council heard and approved
Mrs. T. L. the police department report tor secured for the district throughthe I Mr Wood, K. K. Richardson, \ j
clock<< Wednesday night mother of the efforts of Mrs Frank Hausmanand i w
March. The report showed 17 arrests director of the Miami art senior
written Dr. defendant C Q. Caldwell :
drama by
The was ; proprietor I Mrs Frank Webb, is asked to''
of of the were made, 12 defendantswere In the Miami Woman Club, and ",
Atticui Webb superintendent "joint" where the murder >
Mrs Webbs
come home
found and three on Clarence Wooten of Miami/ who
the Anti-Saloon League of Florida took place; the Rev J. E. were "
Kings Highway at 10 clock Tues I
turned over to the county. A I will teach the local art classes '
who will have a part in the presentation Johnston. beer authority; and I day; morning
total of (260.SO assessed In visited Homestead to
was !
It will be a part of a the Rev. W. J. Parker, foreman of Mrs Haus-nan iid Mrs Webb t\} 4 1 I
'fine change the Miami art oveter ex-
for temperance education the jury. 1
suggest that a. efficient way to '
hibit m the Lily Lawrence Dow
that is being conducted by Members of the jury will be: foster interest well as handle Library and tin confer with those ,.:
Homestead churches, David C. Williams THE WEATHER
Harry Schau- details and finales the instruc- charge of harming an art ',
William Allen will take the part berger, Ceo Wingate, William -: group I 1
; will
ors transportation expense
Official weather r.port.f the l.bernpf.1
of the presiding judge in The play Chambers, Jr.. William Chambers '!i E..rl....' Pima'., No......'", flrida&.. be to < Hartford, Jr, will have the Sr, J. V Free Jason L.i
Allen Avery, J. hew ,,11I..1 M'I-' lN.1IWO such a club obably be organized the library I
part of Tom Moore, who Is on trial Burton. J. M Hoferty, the March 29 87 88 30.10, 0.13 [ at Tuesday meeting
for the murder ct at Jesse Daniel Rev.I! Pictures exhibited are for sale, i "f
a stranger Waller Bowen March 30 I 84 E7 30.011' Sponsorship of the art courses
the Blue Goose Dane hall Geo. lUnsoD. March 31 __ I 190 e. I will have to come from 4 board Mr Richards said 5 1

The Rev. Ceo H. Rick will Dr. C. T. Robinson will presideat I April 1 .. 81 84 ,'0.11 0.9 whose funds ere derived from "The art project hopes to encourage |
prosecute the defendant, and "John the piano ,April 2 84 84 30.11'' 0.01 axes-the city council, the library< originality," said Mr. \|
Doe" will assist in the prosecution.' There w 1 be no admission I II April 3 84 44 ,30,08, ward or the school board-Wm, Wood ":Mr Wooten wa a pupil of \

Dr Webb will be the defense at-:I charge I April 4 '9 30.101 Wood, district supervisor of the]I (Continued on Page Ten) 1,

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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. April 5.1940

'share croppers In Georgia know' Municipal Library
MINSTREL REVUESPONSORED Mrs Roomelts warm smile and
,I AND 25 I welfare almost Now Open to PublicOn
ARE YOU 18 I keen interest In their Tuesday Nights ""
as well as official Washington -
knows her in the gracious fulfillment -
YEARS OF AGE? of the role of the nation The Lily; Lawrence Bow

first lady and leading hostess Library Is open on 'Tuesday
I and would you be interested in the following: She attributes her amazing en- nights from 7 to 9 o'clock to

ergy and ability in fulfilling social accommodate working per ,
A dance revue and minstrel O nsm\a CONTEST a AVIATION CLUB and business obligations to well-
show will be liven at the Redland Q TACIIT CLUB O DRAMATIC CLUB planned organization sons, It was announced by

Farm Life School auditorium un- j (D STAMP CLfB Q RADIO CUBa I Besides presiding at all of the Mrs J. E. Gauzens, librarian.
der the auspices of St. John Epls-1 CAMERA: CLUB D CYCLE CUB manifold social functions her posi- The Tuesday night opening
copal Church of Homestead Thursday Mrs. has been In effect several ,
tion as first lady necessitates,
night The will start I weeks and will become perm-
at 8:15: o'clock program j Q COMMUNITY; SING O u .-... .... ......-...... ..-.-- ,Roosevelt, to conduct finds time a daily to be newspaper an author anent if it proves popular

Those to take part In the dance Cheek the activities you would take part In, write your name and column, to lecture and to be a Mrs Gauzens said.
revue are professionals Bill Pecks, address In the space at the bottom and mall to wife, mother and grandmother The complete schedule of
Miami dancing teacher, will be'' I Her autobiography, "This is My open hours of the library Is
master of ceremonies and he will Story," her newspaper column, I as follows:
head the cast of dancers, Miss II03IESTEAD ROTARY CLUB, My Day," and Its Up to the Monday, Wednesday, Thurs
Mildred Hannah accompanist, will HOMESTEAD FLA. Women," a commentary of current day-3 p m. to 0pm.
give piano solos I interests, are widely read. She Tue.day-l0 a. m to 1 p m.
Others on the program will be i father's 7pmto9pm.
also collected her papers

of Dot Rhythm"and Dash Kay, in "Three, Shades '' Your Same on_ ...... ... .... ... ._.. .....___... I under the title Hunting Game in Friday-10 a, m, to 1 p. m.
; Moody dancer, i India In the Eighties" Her other Saturday a m. to noon,
in "The Walse"; Lena Mae Peak ,writings Include articles for many 3 p m to 6 p m, 7 p. m. to

dancer, in "Shim Sham"; the Four Address .. ... ... .......... ... ._ .... ....._... ._. magazines 9pm.
Unit Girls, In "Swing and Tiller". I I- ..
Merle Bender and Marjorie Alice e .
Bender In an adoglo dance; Dewey I Miami Edison High School here N '
Southern, in an acrobatic dance; ,GROWERS' TAKE this afternoon, and Monday and I REELECTSID
and "Smiley," comedian drummer. Tuesday will entertain Fort Laud-
The Miami Typographical Union I FIRST TILT 10-7 erdale and Miami High, respec-
will present the minstrel ihow A tively, here.
partial list of those to take part L. KENDRICK

who follows was: Bob on the Leers musical, interlocutor entertainment I I FROM I REDLAND First Lady Will SpeakIn

program at the Hialeah racetrack Bayfront ParkMrs
several yean ago; Steve The Redland District scholastic I JUSTICE
Drodie, end-man, formerly with baseball season came over the Franklin D. Roosevelt,
the Coburn Minstrels and other sports horizon Friday with a gameat wife of the President, will speak I OF THE PEACE
similar shows Lew Freedman, Homestead High School field in Miami April 24, at Bafront I
end-man, who has been connected between the Growers and the Diamondbacks Park The speech is sponsored by 1 4th District Dade County
with several minstrel shows in of,,i lRedland High the Classroom Teachers' Associa- ,
the North; Dinty Moore who has School The Growers took the tion for the benefit of the disabled
made several southern tours with contest 10 to 7, teachers. Peter C. White is chairman -II This will be my fourth race for thispost.
shows as a baritone singer; and Batteries for Homestead were of the welfare committee of The votes of my friends! and
Cecil Hitzfeld, all around character Ballero and Caves, while Chambers the C T, A ;and members of the I
actor. and Crawshaw did the heav- committee in charge of the pro i supporters in past elections will
Items on the program will in- ing and receiving work for the gram ore: Miss St. Clair, contact:, again be greatly appreciated.
dude tongs by the Lyric Four, Diamondbacks, Caves did some Bill Duncan, grounds: Ray Miller.:
which Is composed of Mort Haynes, pretty mound work and struck seating: Mrs Zona Watson ticket: SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC: PRIMARY: ,
Charles Wentworth, Russell Pipes out 11 players. Crawshaw fanned Mrs Farise Fuller, insurance and
and Mr Moore; solos by Merle three Homestead made 19 hits, programs; .Mrs Sium Archer, MAY 7
It'f'be: Mae Marshall and Mr. I while Redland made four safeties. correspond secretary: Miss Sara
W"litnJ'h\ and Mr. Freedman; j j.mil Tuesday, the Growers journeyedto 'Caldron, finance; C. E. Sth shleiacUisoiv '. (Paid I R'iiti, \d\crlisement)

Lip dancing by Catherine i the Pnlm Beach High School and : Camille A. Baker, pub- ..
Freedman and Eleanor Jane i the up-staters clipped them 11 to jlicity Ticket prices are $1.50 and -.
I'n11.. Mr. Moore Mill sing sevi -: I. Biillero made the lone run for $2.00 for reserved scats and $1 00
'I.d or his own compositions I i Homestead \(general admission
the finale will be a skit byiF I Homestead Is scheduled to play'I I Coal miners in Pennsylvania and j
.'i Imuid, the Bull '
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Mother I does all our food come
!rein Heaven'" i 1

Yes, love." ELECT 1J
"And does Santa Claus bring all I
can pi('gents'?" J
II,' does, dear"

'And.",", the stork bring all the I 1i
bal 1 u"
i'I'I nnly, dirllns"
I then wh t's the good of

d I ,dd\I I "-Montreal Star. I I t a i

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Office noun: 9 a, in In 5 p m.:
Sundays: f to 13

Closed Saturdays

Free Parking Space '
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DAN CHAPPELLYOUR Spring ensile North this j.u la tko comfort mi ease ol a Florida .
j Motor linos Zephyr bus. Travel Ic"lc11gb....,. through the hinta .t
the Historic South taking four choice ol picturesque routes. :-
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Friday April 5, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three

RECERTIFICATIONOF Because of their proficiency In iNO VOTING FROM Mr. Green Is author of the bill for

raising chickens, three Dade County -, Washington, April 4 (FNS- the construction of the canal He
FORMER WPA 4-H girls will attend the Na- OUTSIDE STATE Congressman Lee Green announceshe said a congressional committee, I
tional Club Congress and International headed by Senator Claude Pepper
is confident that favorable action will shortly make an official l survey -
Livestock show at Chicago
'WORKERS SET next December as guests of the; THIS ELECTIONWith will be taken during the of the project, following which
Stores.Florida Association of Chain'' present session of congress on the action is expected.

Recertification of persons who the absentee ballot law
previously have been on the WPA I repealed" by the United States

rolls will be conducted two days LAW TO DELAY supreme court, only persons within PRESTON B. BIRDCANDIDATE I II
a week In the new chamber of the state of Florida may cast their I

commerce building, starting Tuesday USE OF WEDDING ballots by mail In Florida's pri-
It was announced In a letter maries next month, It was pointedout
from E. H. Hulse, WPA area super- LICENSE URGED yesterday by Justice of the FOR
visor, to Mayor Tom J Harris Peace Sid L. Kendrick
The work will be done In a por- Voters unable to return to their' COUNTYCOMMISSIONER a
tion of the building! near the east A law which would require a. home precincts on election day I
door facing the ball park delay between the sale of a mar- may mark their ballots at the
riage license and Its use for a nearest polls and
them to
The relisting will be done on present
wedding ceremony, as a means of the clerk, who will send themto STII DISTRICT
Tuesdays and Thursdays by two
bringing about greater marital
the county judges office in
social workers to be sent here by I D\DE COUNTY/
happiness in general, was the voters home counties The
Miss Edna Mattox, social field by the Rev. H F. Bache, ballots then will be distributed to
representative of the WPA em-I rector of All Saints Episcopal the home precincts.Mr. f r
ployment division. White persons Church of Fort Lauderdale, In a Kendrick also pointed out Subject to Democratic Primary !
will be accommodated from 10
talk before the Redland District that Dade County registration May 7. IS4 ,
o'clock In the morning until 3
Ministerial! Association at the First books will be closed April 20.
o'clock In the afternoon on Tuesdays -
A total of 76791
Baptist Church Monday. Mr. registrations ,
and negroes during the same Bache said such a law would go were received up until April 3
hours on Thursdays far to counteract the divorce evil. In Dade County. About 123000: .I YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE ir*
Those applying must bring with Most divorces result from a hasti- more than twice the total taubu- I II
them WPA form 402 or 403 which ly planned and executed marriage, lated last year, will have been I GREATLY APPRECIATED
previously has been given them to he pointed out received when the books are would like the opportunity to serve my
establish their Identity with the and closed. It was estimated this week
The prospective
I district, for I believe I would make a good,
WPA. Persons returning! from groom, desiring to be married in by Supervisor of Registration Carl fri
hard working county commissioner If I
private employment must bring Holmar.
the Episcopal faith are requiredto I
with them letters from their em- submit to a period of Instruc-I The following are the totals to i 'do but meet your expectations, remember, h 4
ployers stating the dates their em-I tion by the rector, Mr. Bache April 4 for South Dude voting pre- : yoU can fire me two years from now. b"Anything
ployment began and terminated, said All phases of married life cincts: Precinct 113, which includes -
Done Is Good Had Only f
the average weekly wage, reason are explained and discussed, all I Homestead, 1.039; Precinct or By
for termination of employmentand possible problems are afred, and 114, which Includes Florid City. Comparison" ':'
the possibility of future work.I advice as to the best means of 215: ; Precinct 112 (Princeton). 710: (Paid Political Advertisement) '
Mr. Hulse stressed the fact that attaining and maintaining! happiness Precinct! 111, (Goulds). 360: Precinct -
persons who never have been on Is given, he said 110; (Perrlnc). 407. .
WPA rolls cannot be certified at I Mr Bache said i hat out of 44 l'
the office to be opened. All initial -)!marriages he had performed Burling -
certifications must be made the past eight years, only one
by the state welfare board. II had "gone on the rocks"
--- Dr. Attlcus Webb superintendent -
of the Anti-Saloon League of
Sheffield Is Selected
I Florida, was present at the meeting .
Head of Loral Legion/ and gave a short talk. 1940 "IMPERIAL"VACUUM "

w. H Sheffield was elected I,
commander of John G. Sallcv ,' '
Post, No. 43, American Legion, at;! COMMANDER I.
the annual meeting of the post Tropical Cafe CLEANER
Monday night. lie succeeds Geo. .
A. Crawshaw. ; ,

Officers re-elected were Wil-,! ; NOW LOCATED Does All Your Housework For You !
liam J. Geronimo, adjutant and: '; AT THE r
finance officer, and the Rev. R. F.
Blackford chaplain y EVANS HOUSE Actual 79.50 I

Others selected were: first vice-i. .
commander, Lawrence Pope: sec-i.I I : One Block South of Valuo r
ond vice-commander, Edward J., J KromC-Flatter Traffic
Norman: third vice-commander,' light, on 8' Krome Ae'HEAD .
L. O. Rogers; and sergeant-at-'I'",. nashaagr; wrgtrsna, _
arms A. W. Hutchinson. Mr.
Geronimo also was named post
historian THE WANT-ADS Sears AOL 95 .:

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4 s1
"""'s Price,

Redland Brand 04is, J

Iwo Terms at low n 4.00 dawn, ,

S' balance mcn'/ily. Usual ,...
carrying charge

Swttpi. Dint, Cltoiid ,

manufactured in Homesteadby r Spray Paint, Insecticides :


a locally owned New super.power-greater suction) That means
company. faster easier cleaRing I Streamline design, super-
powered motor, with attachments lor all kind ol j .
:Mixtures are carriedon house cleaning. Makes light work ol cleaning I a
i: floors, walls woodwork ceilings rugs drapes. I M
interiors. r"rif ) i

I hand for I 1 01
every -
Special Offer! 1
I For a Short Tim Only "
need. l ..
I This handy staring caw, (shown right) will Abe .
given without extra COlt,-witb each 1140
Your patronage is COMMANDER. Hurry la a.CI'.- Clod get r
I i

always appreciated. See this wonderful leaner I .

work In your home You'll

agree It's lie best rlenner of It* \ I

Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. type on the III a .. k.. I'hono J

31621 for home demonration." ,


Miami: 81'1(&)ne Blvd., 13th to 11th St. More lloun: 9:30 to 5:30: : Saturday 9:30 to 9:00 '

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Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 5. 1910


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URN ARCHER President tnt Editor The following Item it* t.a.s __
who e.. flier if flw Bass M ..dIM.rer1.
I,4NO .1 the Mouth Florida sooner and
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art CJTY $4'( ti stud ........

HATH 7116 MOST/MR7FTAArr lip [April 8, 1920I"A

I. Dole Goats .__..._ ..,...._._ I'." CIVIL fl4 BATTLE J. Campbell has purchase
0_M. .f Dole Crantr _._______ II.H /IV F1OQ/va /
department ol the
70 OKOlACEI :, V Free store and has put a

Needed : Appreciation man in charge."

-"The Moser brothers receive
Her' ii a little story which will r r word this week that they had been

instantly remind each of us of I granted a patent on a new type of

someone we know-and perhapsof plow for bearing.up Dade County
omethmg we could truthfully I rock"

fay to him We quote It from theRe
-"J. W. Pritchard has resigned
,f W Holland! in the Progressive -
as town marshal and 4V H. Bryanthas
F rmer been appointed In bit place.

Tin other day I found In my Mr. Bryant has had previous experience -

offici i dejected looking man a In this line ."
little middle life A slight
I -"Howard Lamb left Wedrw-
stoop uf his: shoulders told of many
day evening for Virginia to take
loads which had tested ever fiber
up his duties with the Norfolk b
of his body and mind. He said: 'I "
Western Railroad.
have worked since my teens Icouldn't
get any schooling and N6 -"Mrs. Victor B. Wallam left

married early. We have reared Tuesday for Gulf port. Miss, where

three fine children but could not she will join her husband Wr.

do everything for them we wanted Wallam la stationed in the navy
,rocs BIENAsVaevicrO "
tot I have paid my debts, gone to yard there
..SPIC4L.CorlLnViTOA' .
church. and behaved myself, but "Leonard Mowery, Jr., has
where has It all gotten me?' purchased the- Oscar Thomas property
4' OYE 1,000
M.m, there only one trouble MACS on Krome avenue now occupied

with you,' I laid 'You have arrived by the Gorday family."L. ."

und don't know It You area Y' S. Mower,, one of Home-

success In life without the material stead'i old time residents arrived

trimmings to worry over. Tuesday for a visit with Mr and

Whirever you have been life has Mrs. Geoff Campbell"

always been a little whiter and f "Mrs. Leonard Chapman wentto

you have endowed your children I 1. Miami on Tuesday for treatment
with millionaire-memories ot at a: I at the hospital"
worthv father: I
-"A Jolly fishing party last
Hi lifted his shoulders .i i little
i Sunday was composed of J R.
Well I guess It isn't ay bad as I Oorsey A O. Cain, Hardin Math-
thought,' he said There are mil- ----- -
eson Frank Rue, Dan Roberts and
Iioii, like him who need some Mfr The Olu"te battleground is one of white man came, the Florida Indians of the Fred Fuchi ."

prrculion from their fellows usual interest. Here, in 1864, the UD.I coast subsisted largely on oysters using -"Council met in regular session -

"IfIe but had the wisdom and federates under Generals Finegan and them in a dried and smoked state strung on on Monday night April! Jth
love of our Mister we quitt defeated the Federals under General Ordinance No. 77 authorizing
wide for every i twigs a* an article of barter with their
our eyes open
the for :
Seymour This was the most importantCivil I. calling an election to $1:5,-
hiuue to praise the good of and I war battle that occured in Florid inland neighbors. When the first settlers 000 bonds for street Improvement
m;mmi/e the shortcomings came one of the most impressive Indi- i was introduced by J. B. Tower.
neighbor for it destroyed a carefully planned schemefor ,
wresting from the Confederates, at one cations of the richness of the new land'was i -"Tomato shipments have dropped

vvTTvmm vvvvT"TTT..I blow, almost the whole state of Florida. Oa the great abundance large size and excellence I' off heavily the past week,

CURRENT this historic spot the Olustee monumentwas of the oysters they found. Within owing to market and local conditions -
; Chase & Co. will ship
erected by the United Daughters of the recent times, however, oyster consumptionhas
six cars of tomatoes and four or
increased so enormously that various
COMMENTBy Confederacy.The .
five of cabbage The Homestead
Oyster is of great historical interest countries have been compelled to practice Growers' Association win get off

AGNEW NELSHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA for it has been enjoyed from time im- intensive cultivation in order to keep pace about ten cars of tomatoes and

memorial all over the world. Before the with it. four of cabbage The grapefruit

MMw- NutMr W.Uh welcome' crop is about finished, too the exchange -
n ..thi.. l:.......... wMth.rthy getting off nearly a car of

with, s.nk 1 I.o.OAiona.aerrrment AHiln its .I..Varian,, .,'. this country making addresses and "'"""""" very late stuff this week The

ram tn A.... W.I.h ass N. E.reth :. our fate Is rtatfd.by Shakespeare's FROM OUR MAIL ox-.n 1 tomato output to March 21 was
I. 11I1..... ria.l. .
exclamation "And dammed be he 1- 1,897 cars. A year ago the totalnwvemerrt
to t year department and general who first calls, TUlt, enough! n m had reached 90S cars "
id'rn'TW:;; : ; h:7i-1
pile received S2 million com- e 0 ;;: -"C. D. Walker has resigned ai

plaint' You see It's this way: When asked how many feet manager of the Homestead Grow-
that bout all a lot of us cnn or make a fathom old Ike Tootleberry Editor: Leader-Enterprise: : 2.Ire understand that it has ers' Association packing house ,

will duAte blurted out: Oh. you landlubbers We have read newspaper reports been years since the books ond I and Is in charge of the billing at
records (including minutes I of
don t know nothin, why It'. six of the Florida City election' and of the Standard house Green Ri\es
vou interested In figure council meetings) have been au- I who has been outside man foi the
The" ,it', in Greater Miami, about feet When Cap Noah was skipper the purported "receipts and dis- dlted We would like to Inquire '! association took charge ot the

mo nimt, station t and an estl- of the ark a fathom was bursermnui" and financial condi- may we expect an audit to be I house for the remainder of the season -

,mat i its two dealers says that from tip to tip of a mans extended tion of the town government for made If so how soon? I ."

the i, ,,,. :10000 used cars on the arms Now you take an Apollo- the year recently ended We de- 3. We understand that the ; .....""..""""......,,,,,,.......,,......,,.......,...... ......,.
mod ".t i lot*, like rigger slch as Ben Archer's Fire the following to be thought- clerk In under a $3,000.00 bond Is

that kin reach (rum here to yander fully considered! by officials, tax- this bond cumulative I Supposing i !

'fl,. London Mull, prominent I an' corn-pare it with the reach of payers and voters of Florida City. that books have not been audited I Children in CourtBy

I, touinnl editorializes thus- that Sdwi'd-off Abe who 1. In to general
Knelt Sawyer respect expenses for-my fourteen venrs Then In 1 Judge Malcolm Hitflcld
|Iy Should there be no peace, could sea-rely get a see-gar from The report gave the Inclusive this case the liability of the

loophole revealed by Sum norWdlis his vest pocket an' taint fair, so salary o( those an the town ance company would be $42. ( ......um...w..wnm.w.."...._......._"............,.,
report President Roosevelt they agreed that six feet was the payroll0 be $1I28.1D for the The liability of town Insur-I

< .vrUilnly will run for a third proper lawful an' just d IIl
term Oh that's been settled for a fathom." of fees paid to the marshal and 4. We For father
several months
pay the clerk and marIshal' | a
months in a lot of American mind clerk In addition to the regular '
salary. On what authority. made daily reference to the occasion -
Replying to American critics of salary
The published statement of a the method used by England in then are fees paid |I when his daughter had possessed -
5. It Is
trig life Insurance company, claim- conducting the present war, Sec- I In American, civilization I Imperiled rumored that election herself ot a small amountof
day held
Ing nearly three billion In assets, retary Oliver Stanley said with ." Of the present conflict It Florida, March 11, 1940, In I change from a relative It is
shays Its heaviest Investments In some vehemence, "Well fight the I City, was illegal Inasmuchas
opines that 'Whichever side wins
the notices little wonder that this girl continued
proper In regard!
Canadian U. S.. state, county and war In our own way Quite revolution, barbaric, cruelty, hunger
municipal bonds, with $123,135- right, old man and II'. none of and devastation will time were not posted We would I her "light-fingered" practice -
251 lit real estate owned outright our business how you do H either Europe. sweep like an explanation for this .. She gradually began to look

and 4SOM6jai In mortgages held nor our province to venture an 99 6. Why are the town books and upon her father with constantly

The third largest Item ii money opinion on the matter yet; but an- The Miami area to rich In names records kept In a private home decreased respect and concluded
holder always other make whale of when we own a town hall that he was just an ordinary
lixinwi to policy *--- year may a a adaptable for use by business and "
for the latter difference. '1. It Is rumored "crank. In a short time she form-
a good thing manufacturing: concern--Atlantic, that .0 m e
e city officials make ed a subconscious desire to do anything
Biscayne Bay Magic City, Palm a practice of
An editorial In I woman'i magazine Harktn to this voice, reflection Everglades, Surfslde Seaside! East buying up tax-certificates Is this that would Irritate her father

says this country 1st being of the opinion of the World Coast Dixie, Pan-American Marine true? For we understand that there and gained 1 secret pleasure in

bombarded by domestic and foreign War as expressed on the editorial ltd, art I few ll an unwritten taw that no city thwarting his wishes.As .

largely the latter propagandists page of the American Legion, of- a e officials or members of their fam- human being learn by the

making an effort to whip ficial mouthpiece of the Legion,I Miami Is wrestling with the future ;lies should engage In such practice. trial and error method it ll not

usi into a war fever and with intent I for the current month: "We Americana water problem salt Infiltration |unusual for a child, caught in the

tin plunge us Into this maelstrom have some mighty tough being one of the elements. A I We present these question Inl I!act of committing a minor misdeed,
reform before
of destruction tt names as I problems to solve right here at few miles northeast of Homestead written form to attract the unprejudiced actually

such the expatriate Mm Anne I home. We have a good chant of and within three miles of Biscayne attention of those concerned serious mistake. This would
Morgan, Eve Curie Finn,-h Mm- solving them If we keep clear of Bay ie the Vick potato farm where have been the result In the foregoing -

iota I Pro cope. Sit Alfred DuffC. this war It \\f d"I1'1, wu may seethe "t 30-foot driven well furnishes FLORIDA CITY TAXPAYER. Instance If the fatht had

''ip'. Lady Dl m incl .i long : pit i .ft'., lt.t i fifty Year i fresh water the coral rock acting Florida City, Fb used a different method of -lr"s-
the to
mg \\'I"j''d
list .l filbert who are going ever I canceled md all that we hud! dear \a* a filter against brine contact Mart!: 3f 1940. point tint he
Impress on his daughter.Pnzr .

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. Friday, April 5.1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Five
Illustrated Townsend the poll tax and passage of all Mrs McTavish (looking out the
HOLT PROMISEDSPEAKERSIIIP Lectures Arranged GRAHAM SEEKS recommended school legislation 'window) 'Sandy. here come company -
From 1929 to 1933 Senator Gra- for supper '
OF Illustrated lectures with Town-! POST IN SENATE ham was u member of the state Mr. McTavish: "Quick, everybody -
send plan themes are announcedby highway commission It war huge run out on the porth with .i
the Homestead Townsend Clubto ly through his efforts that thoconer..to toothpick."-Ex,
highway from Miami
be as follows: I .
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Homestead was constructed For
Saturday night at 7:30: o'clockIn
the 19 he
past years has maintained -
State Representative Geo. I. Legion park. I With the campaign motto,' a farm and dairy eight i Ii REELECTErnest
Holt, candidate for renomination Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m in There Is No Substitute fur Performance -j miles northwest of Hialeah, when ,
In the May primaries to succeed Neva King Cooper School auti- ," State Senator Ernest he has 83 men In his employ

himself, has received assurance' torium R Graham is a candidate for re- During the World War, Senator : R. Graham
Tuesday night at 7:30 ckx.lt: inlIobson' Graham served 22 months in the ;
nomination to succeed himself in
from his fellow members of their .
packing house in Maranja engineering corps and was honor- I II
support to elect him speaker of I the May primaries. I ably discharged after the war with I I
the house, session of 1941, a position Friday night, April 12, at 730: Senator Graham is seeking his the rank of captain. He I If a mem- ", ''" ., l
thirty In importance only to I o'clock in the Florida City Community second term. During his first I ber of Harvey Seeds Post, American ; I
the governor of the state, he said Church. I period of service he threw his Legion, at Miami He Is
In announcing his candidacy I whole support toward repeal of married and has four children.
Mr. Holt was a member of the Bill J. Geronimo, Jr, has been, ,
house of representatives In 1937 r awarded a merit bar for having a r
and 1939. In the 1937 session he received one hundred merits at I III
was a member of the following Riverside Military Academy wherehe I
committees: appropriations, cities I it a student The corps of '
and towns, commerce and naviga- cadets will lcave Hollywood Friday W. B. Caves Sr.
tion, education "A", efficiency, morning for Gainesville, Ga,j ,
elections, Judiciary "A", resolu- where they will\ remain for the
tions publicity, state pensions, and state r rest of the school year. ..t'1

In the 1939 session he was a I Policeman: As soon as I saw Candidate for )
member of the following com- .you come around the bend I said
mittees: elections, appropriations to myself 'Forty-five at least." 1
cities and towns, commerce and I Lady Driver: "How dare you?1i
navigation, education "B", judi- Its this hat that makes me lookso i i JUSTICEOF .i
ciary "B", public health, state old"-Ex. I Ii

pensions. and state publicity. .................................... i
Mr Holt was active In having i '
the following legislation passed: REELECTGeorge THE PEACE TO !j
continued and increased appro- i

periment priation for Station the ;Subtropical passage over Ex- : E. Holt: STATE SENATE

governors veto of a bill creating DISTRICT 4, DADE COUNTY I
Everglades fire control district I 1
with $73,000 appropriation to purchase Subject to Drmixrallc
equipment for combating Subject to Democratic Primary, May 7
Everglades fires I ; passage of I'rlmaryIa: r 7
House Bill 1746 authorizing establishment ,
of public pinks and recreation i ,
I system in Dade County: Your Vote and There N no substitute .
formation of the state road patrol). ': SupportWill
new criminal code, constitutional for
amendment calling/ for repeal ,>r Be AppreciatedPaid
ad valorem tax; repeal of gnu PerformancePaid
receipts tax; Everglades National'I'
Park appropriation: Royal Palm
( Poltical Advertisement)
State Park
appropriation jet creat-
ing domestic relations court oil I! I ( Political Ad > '1
Dade County; House Bill 2029 exempting I ,.
property of aged couples) -
from ad valorem tax; House Bill II
1532-1533 cancelling all taxes
against Homestead Park In Home-
stead; passage of bill prohibitingsale
of liquor by curb service and
drive-in stands; passage of bill
establishing wild life sanctuary in
Dade County; defeat of the sales

A native of Nashville, Tenn .
Mr Holt was awarded his LLD I
degree at Vanderbilt University In REPRESENTATIVE''
1923 and since that time has beena Notice to Tax Payers
practicing attorney in Dade I Group One .
County For the past seven years 1 t
he has been professor of law at He Has Served toil
the University of Miami law school
He is serving his second termas Faithfully and Well April 1 1940
a director of the Dade County SEND HIM BACK! 1
Bar Association He is a memberof 4
the vestry of Trinity Episcopal (Paid Political Adv ) ; .
Chuich Miami I :................................. NOTICE is hereby given to the tax

payers of the City of Homestead, Flor-

Marshall C. ida, that the 1939: City taxes have this

day become delinquent.

Unless payment of 1939 taxes is

-: made before the delinquent list is pub-

.' for additional for
Jished, charges publication -

LEGISLATUREGROUP and penalty will be added. '

2 All tax payers are urged to pay 1939:

City taxes promptly.
Subject to Democratic

a Mn Primary,
a ,
( May 7

Tax Collector. .

Your Vote and Sup-

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Patre Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April b. 1940

........................'...H..........................__..".. he If In favor of a law with stiff! pass the part-mutual racing law,
BARNS SEEKING SERMON TOPICS :DAN CHAPPELL I penalties attached, requiring that I He was born at Amcrlcus QaIf :,
90 cent of employees of racetracks married and has two children
........................" ..,.....- -.............................: per be bona fide residents and He attended Georgia Institute of
RE-ELECTION AS CHRISTIAN: SCIENCE CHURCH IS IN RACE FOR citizens of the county wherein the I Technology and Emory University.
track If located. .
April tenon-sermon topic:
CIRCUIT JUDGE "Inrenllly. STATESENATOR As a representative In the leg-, .
Islature, Mr. Chappell helped
HOMESTEAD: METHODIST create the Subtropical Experl-I Dr. R. J. Elliott
Judge Paul D. Darns senior CIIIKUI Dan Chappell who was state mental Station, and aided
of the circuit court for Dude representative U29 1931 and ing bills authorizing tin Ever CHIROPRACTOR J
Judge April T-II !a. m. Holy Communion -
nomi- glades National Park, the commission
und Monroe counties and candi- mine the full ritual serviceof 1933 is a candidate for the I
the definite
for blind appropriations llornn Ride. '
date for re-election enjoys the the United Metliodlht Church nation of state senator In the May for schools Ho helped I I II
solo by :Miss Jalnle Richards, anthem Democratic primaries.
distinction of having been chosenby
by vested choir directed by Mr Chappell said he will seek,
the supreme court as a
I. J. Lyon. At 7.30: p. m. sermon
justice of Florida' highest tribunal "Honor Your Parent," the fourth if elected a guaranteed revenue =
sermon In a series of "Ten Rules sufficient to pay school teachers an I RE-ELECT-
Judge Barns has presided over I for Christian Living." The junior adequate salary and a definite
his division of the circuit court choir will" be la charge of the evening revenue with which to enlarge and
Ince July, 1927. He was promoted I service music I.build new schools. Declaring "he i
to that post from the civil court.I -- ii tired" of outsiders coming Into 1
where he had presided since its, Dade County and taking Jobs that Joe

establishment Judge Barns In served January as a 1926 member I WOOD' ENTERS belong to local persons, he said I Scarborough

of the state bar association ................................................"....."........
committee which RACE AGAIN FOR
prevailed upon
i iI I the People's CandidateConstable
the supreme court in 1936 to adopta
revised set of rules governing TAX COLLECTORHayes South Daders!
suits and appeals In that class of
cases usually requiring Jury trials. ElectT1103IAS
Also he was co-author of the 1931 I
I Wood, Dude County tax
chancery act which codified more
collector is candidate for re-I 4th District Dade County
than 130 rules and laws previously a I B.EVERHART.
governing equity cases
nomination in the May primariesto
Admitted to the bar In 1916 succeed himself.Mr. Your Vote and Combined SupportWill
Judge Burns began his practicein
Wood was elected collectorin Be Greatly Appreciated
!Miami In 1920. During the
World War he served 17 months 1939 and has handled approximately -
with the air corps. Ho was born I $19,1NNrtNN' () In public tax to
46 years ago at Plant CitvIndue monies. Duting i that time he Subject to the Democratic Primaries In :May

Barns and Mrs turned over to the county commissioners I.
hi- two children The Jin 801'111//
.1\ member of the (county $74,605 In excess fees (Paid Political Advertisement)

nt, 'nil hut associations und of One of the Innovations Installed 2 ,

the Ameru in Judicature Society I in the office of Mr. Wood was a Si .
.Ill lilll1111aII NIl0.I1111111P it W illawI ilLiuW uuIIIIUIWiWy4. IIni II l n u I I. Lii41WWW ula
time-saving and simplified tax A land owner in )'ourii(i
TRAMMELL AGAIN: receipting system which it in operation
only In Dade County but i area for nearly twenty i

CANDIDATE FOR has troller the and approval other of state the state officials.comp years.All Ii Iii i iI I

Mr Wood was educated in the
CIRCUITNUDGE public schools of Sorrento and Orlando knows Ills how life to a present Floridian Dade II
and Is a graduate of the University County's needs to North FlorIda -
of Miami, class of '31. He In a language I
Judge Worth W. Trammel!, who married Miss Bernice Brandt of representative they ran understand. '
tin been circuit Judge of the 11th Miami In 1924 They have four
district 1 for more than eight sons SCHOOL NEEDS A
\furv. is a candidate for renomlna- Mr. Wood Is a charter memberof I
tion to succeed himself In the MayDemocratic the Riverside Baptist Church, i HOBBY
primaries..Judge Miami. He is vice-president of I II
Trammell has lived in the Florida Tax Collectors' Association I i (Paid Political Ad\ )1Want :
Dad* Count 19 yearn lie came secretary of Florida Exchange mmlMM MMIMMMM.tit lit,,,..t
'Miami from Tallahassee where Clubs, and director of the I : ; 'i vz you*HOME
lir was assistant attorney general I University of Miami Alumni Association Pay-Try Them
of 1 the state for many years lie i.
resigned the state post In order to
come to Miami to engage in thepra..llce I
of law. He was a member ..y
of the state legislature when
.1. young man and was a member I
of the state Democratic committee j II I You'd be surprised how little it takes to .
Judge Trammell is a member of I

the Florida Bar Association, the i give a home fresh start!
Dade County Bur Association the I PAUL D. BARNSJUDGE a
Historians Society of Miami, the> I j
Florida State Society, the Delta i j
Tall Delta national fraternity the' fi Often just a bit of redecorating does

Phi Beta Kappa honorary legal I
fraternity and of the Presbyterian the trick-some painting-doing. over
church He i> married and liavn
< children
of the i shabby floors or lining up warped

BENJAMIN CIRCUITCOURT : doors, help, too. And "building in" I Ii

AXLEROAD i i kitchen cabinets or an extra utility

1 closet means a lot to the homemaker.

Group 4 ;

: You'd be surprised, too, at the amountof

Subject to MayPrimary redecorating and repairs that a small

monthly sum can pay for on the FlU


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Equal Justice to All Real Estate General Insurance I

Hill Serve You Faithfully and I NOTARY PUBLIC

mil Appreciate Your Support. ?t. Cor. Palm An.. and .the. lorida City, Fla. l. HOMESTEAD -_ FLORIDAr
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April 5. 1940 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pace Seven .

Lutz, who left Monday for DetrOit. 'I ,.........."..................""",......"..."""..".. ",,..,,,. "...."' .."......'."'''...............'..'.''*
will visit In the northern part of I'
I the state during April. Their first : -.J
In and Around stop will be In Lakeland ,'
._ J. D. (Jim) REDD

I I Mrs Johnny Becker and children
returned Sunday after .i visa ,
Homestead at Mattson.ape Sable with !Mrs SUm -a

I I -
l' Mr. and Mrs V O Rohm 01 Announcing !
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dreggeof and Nancy were recent guests of 1 Miami were Sunday guest; 111 n
Grand Rapids, Mich antveci' Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson. Florida City. !Mis Rohrei left i
Monday to visit Mrs Claude I Wednesday for a visit with rclalives forReelection !
len at her home on Huinlin AI-I The Rev'. and Mrs. Ray Ballard in Shaw, MissMis j
Mrs E. P. Dagget, another Grandi) of Hollywood Fla.. who have been I
Rapids friend, Is a guest Milting the Rev and Mrs. George J. H. Simmons is repotted !
Allen home. E. Diuct!, returned to their home to be slowly recovering from hci 1 ;

I Monday. recent illness.___. > i
The Rev and Mrs A. M Vivien
Mrs Frances Freeman Is i'' as
convalescing -
left for their home In Cannon |
Mn Carol Daugherty of Arcadia
at the home of her sister-
Del., Monday.Mrs. spent the week-end with Mr. and In-law M.... Boyd Cohernour
Mis L. T. Proctor I I

W. A. J. Kopp left Tuesday i iIr. Mr. and Mis C. Gailgenl and COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
" for a two-week visit with Mrs \\ and Mrs. B M Hindman I son, Charles, left this week fur I
c. F. Chapman, at Plandone, Long had as guests Wednesday Mr. and their home In Brooklyn i i
Island. Mrs Paul G. Rickel of Miami and --- I
their daughter Adele and Ila Mrs. Harold Lowenthal and son
Robert Kinard left Saturday left Friday for their home in District No. 5
; for his home In Crescent City after Mr. and Mrs N. G. Ball had as North Haven Conn. "
pending the winter with his a recent visitor Fred Lott of Pleas- ,
brother and nlbter-ln-law, Mr. and I' ant Lake Ind The W W. F C. class of the .
Mrs. R. R. Kinard.F. Florida City Community Church
I' Mr and Mrs S. H. Sanford held a successful box supper Mon YOUR VOTE AND) SUPPORT WILL HK
L. have returned to their home inStandish day evening k
Boynton of Cleveland is APPRECIATEDPaid )
Mich, after visiting Mr ,
visiting his sister, Mrs G. R Old-
Mr md Mrs lonnm
and Mrs. Arch McCready for Gomd ,
endort, and her son, Ted, for several weeks son. Pal md Leonard Malot' Political Advertisement
weeks Mr Boynton Is chief I left Tuesday foi Immokalrc
engineer of the municipal light I Catherine Walter of Allx-rta'i I "
plant in Cleveland.Mr. I Canada. visiting Mr. and Mrs. $ ..
I Ralph Wilson and son Dickie. ,
and Mrs E. W. Miller of
Naranji and their daughter left I Mr. and Mrs: ; E. Fritter if1 Its the tnlk of the

Friday for a visit In Wrlghtsvllle. Kansas City and their children,
Ga. Beverly and James, are visiting
Mr. Fritters sister, Mra. A. A
Mr and Mrs B. C. Murphy Payne. t.

., visited at the home of their son- FIRM
Mrs Clara btiiid of Detroit
in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs %
' who has been visiting at the homeof I' NOWER .
. H. J. Rhodes, In Hillnndale Sunday -
her uncle and aunt, Mr and
Mrs II, M. Lyon, for the past five
weeks plans to leave for Washington -
Miss Nuoml Davis is spending
D. C., Tuesday to visit
several days with her brother-in-
law and sinter Mr. and Mrs. Rob- relatives. GD

ert Atkinson In Miami. Miss Merle January spent the
k week-end In Eureka as the guest
Mrs s. S. Beam; Mrs W. F. of Miss Phyllis JensenFLORIDA SALE ENDS SATURDAY t.

Fox, Mrs Wm. Wilson and Mrs. ".""""""""""""'""",,,,,,,,,,,,,,"' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,..,
Gwen Washburn, all of Homestead i
are spending few at Daytona CITYBy
Beach. a days H() m HIMIDIIS; :) :
11n.V.. W. Severy
".""".."' '''"..""",.."",,,,,,,'''....,,,,,,,,,,'''..,,.,,.,, 2c( Mercurochrome, 1 oz. 2 for 21c P2tic
Mr. and Mrs A. D. Fogle, who
are spending the winter at Bird- The Ladks' Aid Society of the () Zinc Oxide Oinmcnt 2 for 21c .
on, spent Tuesday and Wednesday Florida City Community Church 2c; Amm. Icrc. Oint.. 5% 2 for 26c WEST
at their home in Naranja.E. met Wednesday afternoon at the I DR.
home of Mrs Anna B ler. 2Oc Spirits Camphor 1 oz. 2 for 21c TOOTHPASTE
L. Lawrence returned to his Antiseptic
home In Homestead Wednesdayafter Mrs J. S. Ketterman and Mi lic: Cascara Aromatic 2 for .16e ..

his mother pending, Mrs several M M days Lawrence with I for and Elkins Mrs. Ceo, W Davis Va. left Tuesdi 12 for 40e :;:3c Laxative Cold Breakers. 2 for 26c 2 for 40c

In Damascus 2c; Hinkle Pills 2 for 26c
Ga. Cleve Lawrencewho I Miss Marie Smoal and her

Damascus accompanied his brother to brother the Rev. Wesley Smenl II 71. 2ic: Boric Add Ointptent 2 for 26c 108Beef .e
remained for a longer
visit .I lift Fla., where Thursday Mr. Smeal for Lake will Monroe.conductan MINERAL RUSSIAN 75c Mineral Oil, .\nfL'r.. pt.. ..... 2 for 76c Iron

Miss Mary E.' Parti'ttfgo of Jacksonville evangelistic meeting.Mr. OIL 25c Castoria,2 for 26c Wins

cousin of Mrs E. E. At. I and Mrs Steve Bionda and PINT BEAUTY AIDS i
kinson, has been visiting Mr. and family moved to Homestead recently 1.01
76c for
Mrs. Atkinson at Royal Palm State t 2 for 1.00 Nal Tissue Cream 2 for 1.01 2
Park for'the past week. Mr, and r
Mrs. W. Austin Smith of Jacksonville I Mr and Mrs II Andrews. Mrs :iOc Cocoa Butter Cold Cream 2 for Sic .

and, their daughters, Elise Efflyn Carroll) and Mr Minnie I' -=. 7ic: Theatrical Cleansing Cr. 2 for 76c M

J."'Hilt fxmfIJSLM :SOc Cosmetine 2 for Jlc 'Se

COD LIVER 2ic: Glycerine nose Water 2 for 26c C'SOApdal ,
Ross Williams
OIL SOc Almond and Cu'her Cr 2' for 51c i*

PINT SOc Ultra Almond Cream 2 for 2 for 26c
2 f for I 1.01 I SIe .J!
"1 JUDGE 50c Ultra Hand Lotion ... ... .. 2 for .)

of the s-- 2c; Ny'sis Deodorant 2 for 26e 251

CIRCUITCOURT DENT, :\u.no! tar AnU..lln. ') r ACE
u. '.I Liquid p" r
POUND ::: 2 fur 26c .. 1
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lot Denial "I.'. Ise ..' r j
Eleventh Judicial Circuit 2 1)Ic .. 2 a
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of Florid .
Group I let a.raune. II ... 2 f., SOc tee P.r. Nh..lnd 2 10' 51 c ..,

lot set P.n.l.r Too'h') t' lc Ix Y-. Nh.rlnd 2 36c ins J
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Candidate to Succeed SENNA 1So- ..,' lIn' 2 36c Ise t tire 2 51c 'MILK" .
Himself for the P..d.r 'or Veda II I.
see lass-L&, '50 flies H., ,
LEAVES 2 76c
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u. AntwP"M' 110 ('deal., 0. 2 26c I
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Subject to Democratic 2 for I He TrtA P..It fa Tdr f.r

Primary, May 7 see l'r..l re"Ier 110..1 2 ,.. .loc.Le 1..r/.n"1 limb 2 ,., JIc

Born near Winder. Georgia, 41 years ago. 20. COOMl I

Graduate Literary and Law department :Mercer University, TinctureIODINE .,J.\iQ"i 8u.l..l-r-1.kttrlcO': t4'9ut.-, BLADES i

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Worked way through college a* waiter In dining hall and Janitorof I 2 for 26J4ft
Tallnall Square Baptist Church In :Macon. h ;
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Successor to Honorable II F. Atkinson deceased, and I la maintaining 2 for 21c '"11\ .
the high traditions set by Judge Atkinson aS1

Promoted from Civil Court of Record E. Floljle St. 60 N.E.First SL

Present term will not expire until July 29, 1911.

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Page Eight LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday.! April 6, 1940

I Social Events in South Dade I

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-- Apr. 6 Meeting of Episcopal --

The Business and Professional and Mn. Lena Knowles were ap- Auxiliary.Apr. annual exhibit of the work tint and Mn. Dane second for pie

Women' Club voted Monday night proved for membership. 5-Meeting of Ad Astr done by the members of the Red-j{using tropical i products: ; and Mn.'Rothernam .
to have a luncheon meeting and a The resignation of Mrs. Flora D. Chapter of O. E. S. land Home Demonstration Club tint for baked prod-

night meeting each month instead Myers from club membership was Apr Meeting of Redland was held Friday In the Woman's ucts.

of the two night meeting it has accepted with reiret. school room mothers with Mrs. D. Club of the Redlands building. In home furnishings and handi-
been having Mrs. Don Ferreyra The April 1} meeting will be a Miss Eunice home
E. Bashor at 3 o'clock. Grady county craft, Mn. Barnes first for stenciled -
was appointed to investigate what program meeting, It was an- Music demonstration agent, judged the article; Mrs. Dane first Mn.
be made for the nounced. I Apr. 8-Monday I
arrangements can entries. Carter second and Mn. Mahan
luncheon. officers and member announced meeting at home of Mn W. M.
tint Eight Fifield. Prizes were awarded as follow.: third for tooled and painted aluminum -
The club voted also to wipe out their intention of attending I picture Mn. Rotherham fint
In the home foods
tU rent debt for the former Hospitality the district meeting at the Apr. 0-Meeting of those Inter- produced and Mrs. Carter second for best
House with money earned at Nautilus hotel Sunday. I ested In W. P. A. art course at class, Mri. A. D. Brennan first for tooled and painted copper picture;

the Fruit Festival. Mn Ben Archer Present were: Mn. B. A. Waldin! home of Mn. Frank Webb at 10a. home-grown vegetables display; Mn. Mahan first and Mrs. Dane
Mn. Dane first and Mrs..
was appointed to have the club'i Mrs. J. E. Gauzens, Mn. C. H. m. Seymour second for etched glassware; Mn.
A. E. Barnes second for homegrown ,
belonglns removed from the Florida Steffanl. Mn. Jane Nesbltt, Mn. Apr. 9 Meeting, of Woman's Carter first second and third for
City town hall to the new C. L. Ooley Mn. Virgil Lyon Club of Homestead In clubhouse citrus display; and Mrs. large piece of Italian clay work;
Berman tint and Mrs. W. D. Mali
chamber of commerce building.Mrs Mn. Roy Chandler Mn. Lloyd I Apr. 9-Meeting of Red lnd Mr*. Dane first, Mn. Rotherham
best dozen
second for
1. P. McLean former Delta Mrs. Charles Clinton Mn. an eggs.
a Neighborhood Circle. second and Mrs. January third for
member and Mn M F. White a J. F. Hammett, Mn. Stewart, Mra. In the flowers and potted plants I small piece of Italian clay work;
Apr. 10-Meeting of UniversityClub
new member were taken Into the Ferreyra, Mri. Archer and class, Mn. A. W. January tint I Mn. Rotherham first for straw
I MIJ'I at home of Mn. Lonnie L.
for Mrs. W. K. Haas
club and Mm A. R. Livingston Ann Lee. Hood at 8p.m. ; mat purse or shopping bag; Mn.
first and Mn. Brennan second for
I Dane first for waste basket; Mn.
MRS. LAMAR KENDRICK AGAIN CHOSEN .Apr.T. A. -executive Meeting of committee HomesteadP. at cut flowers of one variety; Mri. Barnes first for quilted bedroomshoes
I I Mahan tint, Mn. Brennan second I I' ; Mn. Armstrong first and
TO HEAD AMERICAN:\ LEGION AUXILIARY 3 o'clock. and Mn. Dane third for mixed cut Mn. January second for coconut

-- Apr. 10-Ladies' night at Rotary flowers; and Mn. Dane first and palm article; Mn. Armstrong first
which will Club at 7 o'clock. Mrs. H. J. Armstrong second for I for book cover made from tropi-
Mn Lamar Kendrick was elected Plan for poppy day
president of the Legion Aux- I be held May 25 will be made at Apr. Temperance drama at I I potted. plant suitable for house or cal materials; and Mn. Barnes

iliary of John O. Sally Post, the the next meeting. May 1. Homestead Methodist Church at I porch.In tint for special merit exhibit of
American Legion at a meeting held After the meeting the auxiliaryand p. m. the canned goods class. Mrs. ,article not In list.
Wednesday night in Legion hall legion held a social hour during Apr. 10-Meeting of general W. J. D. Wysonsj tint for best jar of i The club will meet today to

Mr, Kendrick took office is president i which pie and coffee %trt M. U. I fruit; Mrs. Wysong first for best practice the skit It will present In
lint tM to fill a vacancy served Apr. II-Election meeting of I jar of vegetables; Mn Dane fint, Miami on County AchievementDay.
:Redland Ladies' Aid at home of 'Mrs. Wysong second and Mrs. Ma- .
c ui'i'l !by the resignation of Mrs. Those present at the auxiliary
A W Hutchirwon.Mi4 Mn H J. Armstrong han third for three-Jar emergencymeal
: meeting were Mrs. Frank I
Jake Brooks was f ctedu'prestd..nt 'Schneider Mrs. Fritz Schroeder Apr 11-Benefit pot-luck supper I and menu; Mrs, Armstrong MRS. HERBERT KATZ HAS
and Mrs. J. A. Rotherham (tied)
I and get-tosjpther of Homestead BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
; Mn E J Norman Mrs J. A. Smith Mn Harold
.J 11 I secretary.; Mn. Ge<). D. Ruehle, I Sheffield :Mri Wm. J. Methodist Church. I first Mrs. Dane second and Mra The birthday anniversary of
'ir .urer.Mn; J. E. Gnsinuin, his- Mn. Philip Reams, Geronimo'l Apr. 11-Reuslcal and minstrel I Wysong third for home-made Mrs. Herbert Katz was celebrated
'uri m. Mrs Geo W. Turner Jr., : B. Rue, Mn Kendrick show Episcopal Church benefit In ;jelly (two varieties); Mrs. Roth- Sunday evening with" a dinner at
Redland school at 1:15 erham first, Mrs Dune second and of Mr. and
vererrant-al-arms; and Mrs H H.Ewmg man. Mrs. Brook Mrs Gossman : p m Avocado Lodge home
chaplain. I Mn. RucMc and !Mrs Turner I Apr. 11-Meeting of Royal Poin- Mrs. January third fur nurnulidcs I) Mrs. Katz. on Rodl.md road.
ciana Grove it home of f>ti" Pearl or preserves (two varieties), 1 The lodge was decorated with
Whitaker. !Mrs E. A. Carter and Mrs. Wy sweet peas and roses.
JUNIOR; CLUB COMMITTEE: MR. AND MRS. LEE LEIIMN Apr. 1J-IrutalUUon of officers song (tied) tint and Mn. Dune Cover were laid for: Mr. and

APPOINTMENT ANNOUNCED ENTERTAIN AT ]PARTY I pf Redland P. T. A. : second for products made from Mrs. Frank Morris Mr. and Mn.

Committee appointments for the \I Mr and Mn. Lee II. Lehman I' Apr. 13 Social meeting of citrus fruits (two or more varieties !Frank Schneider Mr. and Mis.
immg yenr were announced by ,entertain it an annual party Friday Junior Woman's Club of Homestead I ); and Mrs. Dane first for Ralph Soule of Miami Mrs. Grace
Mrs James L Bird new presidentof evening with a supper at their pickles or relishes.In Manley of Ridgewood N. J., Miss
the Junior Woman's Club of I home on Avocado drive. A brunswick -I Apr 15!-Meeting of Homestead I baked products Mrs Mahan i M. Grunauer and L. Grunauer of

Homestead at a meeting held I stew supper was served on B. P. W. C. first for cake using citrus or other Patron N J.. and Mr and Mn.
Monday evening in the clubhouse the lawn.The I Apr. 16-Meeting of W. M. & tropical products; Mrs. Rotherham I Katz
Committee chairmen and com- I guests were: Mr. and ,circles
mittees appointed were hospitality [Julian H. Webster. Mr. and Apr. Homestead P. T. A.

Urs. R. E. Shcrard, finance, (Frank Webb Mr. and Mrs. lofr"1,election meeting
Mn Rudolph Msttson. welfare, 1 N Wakefield Mr. and Mrs Apr. 19-H. H. S. band concertat
Mrs Alma Doxt...v membership I(Rhcney, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. 8 p. m. in school auditorium.Apr. .

Mn Augustus Wynn;; program I Mr and Mn W. R. Bird Mr. adMn I II 20-P. T. A. school of instruction -
Mrs Richard Huff budget Mrs I Geo M. Frlck Mr. and Mis in Miami Edison High
Harold Oxford Mm Bruce ,J. A. Pollard ',r. and Mrs. C. J ;iI ,School at 10 a. m.
and Mrs Paul Loaner Ennl'l I Parman Mr. arid Mrs. G R. Hall. Apr. 24-!Meeting of Lily Bow THE DIXIE DRUG
Mrs. Stanley Wittkop Mrs A. 'Mr and Mr* Ralph Wilson Mr. Book Review Club in library at
Buchanan, Mrs Robert Gk-nn land Mn. Tom Lindsay Mr. and t p m.
md Mrs Huff scrapbook Mrs.Jr"1 j,Mn J. R. Brooks Mr. and Mn. JACK POLK-HOWARD JOHNSON

T Proctor, beautification Mn '''B. M Hmdman Mr. and Mrs W. "Dr. Leonard, lIatlkln Phone 31 and 9101 Ilommtcad. FIll.H. .

t B Green Mn Cecil Lee and Mn : M Fifield. Mr and Mrs T. J. .eerl.ti./wa In ars ... ...', t b:, Opportunity for you to save deer) rfcit vcVo-fmni: II....Soft And '
t Proctor; flower. Mrs Ansel BarrowUn Blcier Dr. and Mrs. Geo D FUll.. and a_ whew you got Retail Product* wo** get otowda.d fat.7ad. prod KU ., .bonspces.
( W. B Caves, Jr and I Ruehle. Mr. and Mn. Howard .1.1 Fott,friendly service makes bvyiAf a pl_). lo hen tarty) .._
MI.N G : (Johnson. Mr. Frank ::1111W P:
arms oseman, drams. "Irs. I and Mn. Rue. 141 N. f. runt St.. ., W gr QMXl&tstJtltdMtil Ffa
: Matboo and Mrs. Doxscc, house Mr and Mr A. W. HutchinsonDr. C..rlH.rr Air C. .. .xfi"**
Mr Burley Dendy. and scholar- and Mn J. A. Smith. Dr. and c...,..... Terms A AyjMt/ w\\

'"lp.Ir.: .. Buchanan: I Mrs Frank Hausman Mr and jf Was >
Mn Kenneth Sabin of Toledo eep
A powder to kill silver moths m i ; (|>*
Mrs Bevo Webb, Mn. A F I ...11 .sbciads
will be sold by the members it ; ".1.
decided Arthur, Mrs. Helen Hackler. /rv.-"u:

was Mrs Buchanan who has been/Ralph Potter of Detroit, Mrs Mn'j hasltAlul drill ..,t,....
Wright of Detroit Miss '
e president of the club for the past CARBONATESGE7
three I Mill Il.msman and Dr A. M. _
yean was presented with 1iIInvllo


A nominating committee
composed -
of Mn C O. Nelson JasS. AMUUS 1AIUTS49e
!, ?13Si> ,,"
A special meeting of the Choral Anna Mes Club win be held at 2 o'clock Monday Thomas Brewer was ....,"" ham- r \ STORE
afternoon in the music room (a meeting of the Ladies'! Aid 57'
of Homestead ILtfh School. ciety of Redland Community
This will precede: the Monday' Church Officers will be electedat '

Music Club meeting which will beheld the next meeting which will /
o at the home of Mn. W. M.. be held at the home of Mrs. H. G1a

Fifield. Mrs. W R. Bird, Mrs. S. J. Armstrong on April 11. tf'l CASCADE :;

;t L. West and Mn. Fifield will be Mrs. Charles Z. Helnlein and TRY OUR VELLUM
Mrs. Brewer read several
poems. Wy Fay i.iitWM p: ao for
---- Those present were: the Rev. jwlityf TWO p* j KIDLAND! MOtttVS CUBctEAU and Mrs. C. G. Nelson Mrs. Geo LIME SHERBET '" ""
t "'.,. ox: SUFFER E. Deuel. Mn A. W. January : 29 C

t The of nine dollars and Mrs. M M.
sum Ramsey Mn. Ceo. W. viiittri ti extend llae 1kseQ mess
fifty cent wa cleared by the Turner Jr.. \Ira. J. T. Kelly, Mr
Woman' Club of the Redlands ata L. Anderson Mrs. Armstrong Mn. their Florida ,..Cltlens.J.i. FRESH *

I benefit supper last Friday IIlhtiD Mesivnmith Mrs. Hetnleln and tilt fourth Sunshine HAIR/ DRYERS

the clubhouse. About fortywere daughter, Patsy Miss Manning of Service Stet Thrill May
Miami STRAWBERRYSUNDAE Tk. proper dry
present. and Mrs. Brewer.
Get free kivititun !
cimiiift. your K.,r quickly e"ifserwplefely
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l tH nW flicker "a
.....ol KM*. A. C wr"AW -
it MIT iflici. "
Green Lantern RestaurantAdjoining ; $3.49as

ire. ,.,
: Hotel Redland @

\ Mrs. Given Victor Proprietor I ,;.nmoni ItMtl ...* ."st<..h..mt vunm uttatfr ,

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I Anril t>. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Nine_

m the Sunday school buildini. Byron Clifton Mrs Stella Horn. W. M. S. TO :\1 \KE

A pot-lurk supper preceded the Mrs Walter McDonald. Mrs Ralph GIFT TO HOSriT\L f
meeting Mathis. Miss Maybellc Horne Plllc slips for the Homestead r

; Social Events J Those present were: Mr. aod Miss LexiU Campbell and Mrs. municipal hospital will be furnished -
[ Mrs Frank Mclluain. Mr. and Mary Andenen by the WumollM.IIIIUnar) Society :

:Mis W. T. McConnell Mr. and GUI were sent by: Mrs. Lynn of the Homestead Methods
\Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott Mr and Lounsberry Mrs. Dan Mullins.I \ Chureh. the members decided st .1 ,
1 Mrs. T. D. Piche. \Mrs J. R. Dor- I Mrs Pat Oaftney, Mn Henry I meeting Tuesday afternoon In the :

CHURCH sey. Mr. G. A. West, Mrs. J T. :.French Mn W. L Chambers and churchA
"Vann, Mrs. Bert Andrews, Mrs. Mrs. Ulric Free. benefit pot-luck supper' and J
I I": EGG HUNT AT FRANK W. STILLMAN HOME A D. Smith Hiss Ellen Vann I get-together for the members of .
Miss Eleanor Sullivan Miss Eliza CO-ED CLASS DISCUSSESMONEY I the church and their friends was

(1.An Easter egg hunt was given( Jr., Mrs. Richard Huff Mrs. A. beth Mcllwain, Miss Bessie Can- RAISING PLANS:' I planted for April II ra the Sunday

i ty, St John's Episcopal Church W. Hutchinson Mrs. H. C. Nichols, ady, \Misses Ann and Elizabeth The Co-ed Class of the First school building
Mrs. LM ShaeU ford, Dr. Johnstone. J. Q. Baptist Church of Homestead
.March U at the home of Mr. and 1 Ii Lehman Mrs. Frank A program on world citizenship
Hausman, Mrs. Curtis, Miss Nixon Caldwell D. R. Snyder and T. C. made plan for raising money to!l wa presented by Mrs. Lewis
,Mr*. Frank W. Stillnun In Redijsnd. Miss Mary Jackson Miss Ellen Shackleford. help build a new church, at al Brandenburg assisted by Mn J.

j The group met at the ,Huff Miss Betty Brown Miss APRIL meeting held Tuesday evening at' J. Richards. Mrs. Brandenburgsang
church and was led in a roundabout Frances Lamb. Miss Betty Jane GIVEN AT DODSO.BOOIE I Vann.the home ol Misses Alta and Files I'I't The Old Rugged Cross."

route to the Stillman home ,Meybem t
An April fool party was given
Mrs. Waudell Peeples conducted
J the Rev. R. F. Blackford. Doris Singleton Katherine Levy
by I
by Mr. and \Mrs. J. H. Dodson at short "Youth."
;* Prize winners In the hunt were: Suzanne Brown, Nancy and De- a program on TO FEDERATION
their home Monday evening for a Those were Mr and MEETING
golden egg. Catherine Walter and lores Kavney. Barbara Wells, I
Delegates from three local clubs
of the set. *
group younger !Mrs. Harry Brown. Mrs. Wayne
Huff most for Jonnie Lou Harris Barbara
Dickie ; eggs the Miller F"
George Kufeldt won a word Adams, Mrs. W. T. McConnell, attended the ocunty federation
youngest girl and boy ElizabethCeuler Anne Rheney Patricia Walton,
contest. Various \ election meeting in Hialeah Wednesday
were en
games 'Mrs.! J'\o< and Bobby Huff; moot Jeanne and Martha Ann Lindsay .
Joyed. I Home. Miss Evelyee Dctlmger
eggs In the intermediate group Betty Stillman Ruth Rutland, Mrs D A. Waldln Mrs. Ceo W.
Others present were: Miss Virginia i Miss Lillian Swtlley. Misses Norma -
Brown and Jackie Caves Barbara Jean and Norton Wake-
Rebecca ;
Jr. Mrs. Dane
I Kinner Miss Katharine Or- and Eloise Counian Leon Turner Seymour
and most In the oldest field. George and Ernest Jenner:
eggs group Mrs W. D. Mahim
fanedes, Miss Corrine Cash \Miss Dame and the hostesses. representedthe
Stillman and Stanley 1 Dickie Wilson. John Foulk John
Margaret Hilda Dodson Miss Shirley Davis, Woman's Club of the Red-
Jenner. Denby Bernard Hmdman, Wyn' Miss Betty Kilburn, Miss Dorothy I MR. AND :MRS. W. E. RHEVEYI lands; Mrs. H K. Foulk. Mn. Ceo
Others who attended were Mr Swan, John Hodges Hubert and
( W. Harris, Din Paul Carson and
Moon, W P. Cash' Truman Mill, I ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUB
and Mrs. M. Gessler Mrs. Black- Bobby Nichols, Joseph Silvestro Walter Kufeldt Lamar Dickinson Mrs. Joel J. Robinson, the Wo-
bard, Mrs. Ruth Scott, Mrs. Bertha Wilson Austin Billy Hutchinson.Dale | Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rheney entertained man's Club of Homestead and
Elbert Dolar and Archer and ;
I Denby, Mrs. Virginia Walton Mrs Faust and Frank Hagler and Henry DodsotvEPISCOPAL the Thursday Night Mrs. Augustus Wynsi HIM! Mrs
Charles Denby, Mrs. W. B. Caves, Surry Rice. i I Bridge Club at their home on BiS- Richard Huff the Junior! Woman's T <
AUXILIARY cayne drive Thursday; evening of Club.

REDLAVD ROOM MOTHERS Frank Irwin conducted the devotional TO MEET TODAY last week.A Mrs. Sidney Weintraub was
chicken supper was served on
I ID' fLAN' RUMMAGE SALE *. Th Woman's Auxiliary of St. elected president and Mus Eva r
the lawn. Mr. Mrs. Frank
: Plans for a rummage sale for the The next meeting will be held John's Episcopal Church will meet Webb were the prize winners In Roser and Mrs. L. Robertson vice- i t
benefit of the Redland P. T. .A May T, It was announced. this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the bridge. presidents. a
Circle Five met Wednesday afternoon I home of Mrs. W. K Haas Farm
I will be discussed at a meeting of on Those present were Mr. and
the room mothers of the Redland at the home of Mrs. Gordon -I Lift road.
Mrs. Julian H. Webster, Mr. and
!i schools Monday afternoon at the Ivey, where Mrs. Julia Polk Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefield. Mr. and Ten Days io I
home of Mrs. D. E. Bashor presented a program on "Steward I MRS. W. R. ANDERSON: 1
room Mrs. T. J. Faust }lr. and Mrs. Lee
t mother chairman for elementary ship." Mrs. S. C. Hurt conductedthe HONORED AT SHOWERMrs. : J Lehman, Mr. and Mrs Bevo SKIN BEAUTY i
and senior devotlonal8.I W. R. Anderson of Na-
Junior high schools Mr. and Mn J. R. Brooks, ;
DORCAS CLASS ELECTS rjuija was honored with a miscellaneous -tH. and Mrs. W R Bird Mr and 1 1"hr..b
J FRANK BELTS PRIZE WINNER I ASSISTANT SECRETARYMrs. shower given by Mrs. C. T. Frank Webb and Mr and the simple fundamental rules
Anderson at the home of the lat- all,_ can attain a ray-
CT WOMAVS: : CLUB PARTIES Charles" Martin was elected ter in Naranja. Mrs. Rheney.SORORITY Ifthlmr ccraplrxloa. Authentic, ua- e

Frank Belts was fraud prize j assistant secretary of the Dorcas Various games w e re played. TO HAVE blared healthful plea ant, CM?.

winner In the series of bridge l| Class of the First Baptist Churchof Cake and punch were served.The LEAP YEAR PARTY Prtce. It cents per copy postpaid
forties sponsored by the Woman Homestead at a meeting of the guests Included: Mrs. Wilson Kappa Phi Delta sorority will
Club of Homestead In its clubhouse class at the home of Mrs. W. E.,' Crosby, Mrs Waudell Peeples have a leap year party on April COMPASS BOOKLETS
during the phst four weeks. Lewis. Mrs. S. A. Proctor conducted 13 deckled
Mrs Jesse Underwood Mrs B. L. it was at a meeting
At the last party of the series the devotionals.The Math, \Mrs E. T. Mitzell\, Mrs. Monday Right at the home of Miss in Fifth Are. New Yek. X. T. ) .
held Tuesday evening, Mrs. H. K.: next meeting will be heldat James Mjrick Mrs. E P Cowen. Betty Jane Mtybera.I .
Foulk and Mr. Belts got the high the home of Mn. H. Collier on Mrs Clayton Underwood, Mrs J I The part) will be held at the For results use Leader J '

ti score prizes: Mrs. R. C. Ward and .April 21, it was announced. L. Hilson, Mrs Tom Brantley Mrs home of Mine Katherine Marsh, Enterprise Classified f Ad ;' '

J Howard Lamb second prizes; Mrs.
A. F. Arthur and P. J. Franklin, MISS CORRINE CASH s

tow score prizes; and Mr. Franklin )HEAD OF CHURCH: CLASS '
the cut prize. I ICharles Miss Corrine Cash was elected L'lG"HT'
t: : I rNOfRECr. ;
Caves won a coffee set president of the Willing Workers ,Al e W: E.
given the club by. Mrs. J. R. Brooks. God at a meeting held Thurs- sssissssssssil

Hostesses for the evening were day night at the home of the AMAZING INEXPENSIVE
'I Mrs. Herman Marks Mrs Field- :teacher Mn Frazeur Waldron. FROM Top to bottom

i fag Ruff Mrs. T. J. Faust, Mrs. J. ,Other officers elected were Miss
D. Perkins, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson !Hilda Dndson vice-president. Miss LIGHTADAPTER I "

Mrs. W. R. Anderson and ,Nellie Cash treasurer; and Miss f.E.S. '
Miss Pearl I WhlUker :'Katherine Orfanedes, secretary LAMPS

Others present were: Mr. and' The president appointed the following .
Mrs. Frank Webb Mrs. R. J. committees: I'lalting.tIn\ ARE .,
Elliott, Mrs. Lee II. Lehman. Mn Betty Kilburn and Miss Virginia BUILT FOR
r Frank Morris, Mrs Robert Glenn. Kinner; decorations bliss Nellie
i Jr., Mrs. C. L. Trevelyan Mrs Cash Miss Mavis Watts and Miss TURNS r j:

; 1:. G. Schultz Mrs. Grace McLel- Orfenedes; social Miss Dodson and LIGHTING dCttlfJ .. :
km Smith, Mrs. Howard Lamb Miss Corrine Cash, and entertain / "
Mrs. J. R. Brooks J. D. Perkins ment Miss Kilburn. Miss Kinner tdowUs5 I: /' I
i?_and W. R. Anderson. and Miss Orfenedes INTO fort, SEEING/r /I }IIIIIIt : y

T- I '1// / lLi ..

C J Mrs J. Lawrence S"oll"all Dr. J. E. Johnstone pastor ,)' THE SHADE has a white "re r

hostess to the Redland Nelghbor- the First Baptist Church of Horn I flector" lining that reflect -

;'i hood Circle at her home Tuesday plead discussed plans for fmar. I a wide circle of good tight ..
Start with the eld
afternoon ing and building the proposedchurch
t $, all around. becomes
i e Mrs. W. E. Gaby played several at n meeting of the offs ceiling fixture you Seeing fine

,& >piano> numbers, Mrs. Sam J. DI\ISI and teachers Monday nigh already have. No easy longer- even air.
1l: "H print U no difficult
new wiring, nt
T>played> the viola and the violin, _
'. and Mrs Scott told of the life of 1 .,. fuss or totter to read.

I Stephen Foster and played several I ", THE DIFFUSING BOWL which

'+ of his compositions. Then limply screw encircle the bulb, not .
Mrs. Geo. Wright, Mrs. J. A. in this attractive only eliminate glare and
li Xotherham and Miss Eva Rother- I'7) soften shadows, but also snow
new type vast '
ham also were present )' available at reflect light upward and
; .
local stores. outward. Sharp light contrasts .
art reduced making r i i
BOLD APRIL MEETINGS '= seeing easier and adding

Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott con- jfJlM4 Presto! Just insert to the appearance ol the ,

ducted the program of Circle Four, a Silvered room. -
of the Woman's Missionary Union Yowl' .and
of the First Baptist Church of I, / euWlrOIl say =;, to mx THE BASE of in LE S.

Homestead at I meeting held at the kanh flare. lamp U built for assay see '
home of Mrs. R. E. Edwards Wednesday oem "do things" with your Ing-It's just the right 1 iAS

afternoon. !I hair after II hoe bean gives aShclton height Io give aa
Mrs. T. C. Shackleford read two Permanent W"... Ira abundance !is I

poems "Miracle" and "Thanks for easy to handle and locks J lovely NEW light Adapter with amazing MW Silvered alt and pleasant a* well
Trees" Mrs. Edwards read an We recommend
; at alt Hnws.
Bowl to put up no '
lamp-ready 1 I
article, "What Price Sacrifice" ; 11" 11111l '
Xhelto Themlque C""aipoI "
I "extr,, to buy!
Mrs. A. D. Smith read an ankle.Talestine's Waves

Po>'erty"; and Mrs. Lead .>._ Tlnu-Mwlnlte CM- ALSO-Hc"Snap-On"Modernizers for .... 1
T. D. Plche and Mrs. Scott ,a"e' .''' tiple-fight center futures, complete with Silvered !

missionary Items. Mrs S. L West 'BEAUTY Bowl bmps-ai low as 70* per socket Stt ',
I ills
told a story of Japan. ALICE'S tie flilp1syp. o I

Circle One met with Mrs. Leon- PARLOR BRIGHTEN THE SHADOWS!

ard Cannlngton at her home ''';.h. IMI Mre,., Atruto -Allr* ....oN (.E.S.! LAMP DEALERS

day evening. Mrs, Pete M<'rjnn.leader V-V*"*<-< \ .
... I h." .
of the circle, had i ,root PIMM -11'
1,1 the: bu...,._* meeiing. lI1.IIIiiiiii .: ,!' : _, _.: : .

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Pave THE 'iiADER-ENTEP I Fridav. Aoril 5. 1940

an examination, and flight 11/Howard Johnson, Mrs Claude'were held only when 8 minister White, served during 1911. The
WORLD NEEDING scholarships will be awarded the! Campbell, Mrs. Fred Suber, Mrs I happened to be In this distrIct.II I present church was completed in
ten receiving the highest grades. Geo. N. Wakefield, Mrs R. J.)The first full time pastor, 8 Rev May 1913.

UNIFIEDV\ 0 R K The high ten will be given I Elliott, Mrs. R. R. Kinard, Miss, .. -
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physical examinations, for whicha I Bertha Kill Hausman. Miss Helen
charge of $6 I Ia made. Daniel Miss Phyllis Parman Miss
OF FAITH VIM\ Five alternates will be chosen, Virginia Kinner, Miss Iris Cap-'
out of the remaining 30 students' linger, Betty Gatlin Tommy, John' In Life
and they will get a chance to take I and Billy Moffett and several ,
Greater co-operation among the place of any of the ten who, pupil In Junior high school '
Protestants Jews and Catholic U fall to pass the physical test
one factor that will bring the The scholarship winners are Insured Travel First Class"In
grave problems that are facing for a fee of $14 each and $35,000 CHURCHContinued
the world nearer a point of solution are declared eligible to take the
declared the Rev. A. W. flight training which requires from
GotUchall of Washington D. C.. 30 to 35 hours to complete. ( from Page One) competitive strife extra quality
southern area secretary of the National The project for the establishment foot-wide portico ane. two large
Conference of Christians and of an aviation school for front doors. I wins. Six months will place you aheadof
Jews. in a talk before the Homestead was started by the I The church auditorium will hove,i iI the crowd.
tend Rotary Club Wedne Home-I Rotary Club several weeks ago. a normal setting capacity of 000persons
"Our national problems of City officials have promised the I with extra accowiodatlonsfor
political corruption crime and club every co-operation In getting I 200 more persons There will Why be satisfied to see jour friends
health remain unsolved because the school startedCITIZEN'S. be a balconv In th- f-ont of the succeed and you remain at the foot of
there 1s no grout co-operative ef- I building with stairways at both
fort among the faiths, the speaker ends. I the hill?
laid "All should safeguard their GROUP A large rostrum will be flanked ,
faith but all should be tolerantto I on the south by the pastor's office Get our terms-pay after position is
such a degree thut there would and on the north by a library.
exist a common ground where (Continued from Page One) Immediately to the rear of the secured.
discrimination and contempt haveno federal agencies are to be con I! rostrum will be the choir section. '
place. tacted at once.Normally on the south side of which will Summer prices now on.
"If one faith i discriminate the packing season be the console. A baptistry, nine
against another the liberty of allis would continue for about 150 days Feet long and five feet wide will Make yourself worth more. Then ask
> endangered" Mr. Gotlschall but past adverse weather conditions be on the rear of the choir section. I
laid He pointed out that rumors, : have shortened the seasonto Three auxiliary class rooms will more.
particularly those concerning re- about three or four weeks It be In the extreme west end of the
ligion, if believed and nourished, was pointed out. first floor. Judge us by our pupils-orer five hun- '

give birth to hostility. Packers present .\ the meeting Two class rooms, one of the dred are living: examples.
The Rotary Club will observe expressed themselves as being Senior B. Y. P. U., will comprisethe
Indies' night next Wednesday second floor at the rear of the
heartily against the "dole system Position or money back guarantee is
night The meeting will start at auditorIum.The .
or the:baying( out of moneyto I
7 a'clock, unemployed) persons They said building committee of the still open.HOMESTEAD.BUSINESS.

-........................................................--...................................................................... the systoniInjures business In that church Is composed of 42 membersand
Homestead Girl Scouts persons receiving the dole are. reluctant its chairman is J. M Holding
The first Baptist church service
to work. ,
adopt 'f
""..sty.........."."..""'....."""."""'",,....,,...... in Homestead, with the exception, 'j COLLEGE
of those held In private homes
Two I Rills In the Homestead AfifCLASSESContinued was held in a frame school house
(;"il I Scout hoop have classified east of the Florida Fast Coast Morris Building Homestead
", 111...s In this locality as a re- I Railroad tracks in 1<1T( Sen ccHomestead' ,
.,ilt nf the work completed'at the ( from Page One)
'i 1,1"' mil meeting Tuesday the late Ernest! 1iv "on Whit IKMll --rAEL
,fl in,inn il llu homo of ihe tip1is ;' \ "Ieach:I here will\ depend on Oldest
\ Frank Skill. The girls I what is desired! (h"in oil'!. \\,iUiroloi Barber Shop I
Ilittv <. ill,"n and Mary Cath-I 01 oil work. If time is 11 di. ', I I 0 ABlE
'uv SuU i mind: ho will, have a i lire i\m\ 'i iI
racy hut I.'norking for .1\ The present plan tall fin II idivsin '
II. I null v bidiii and know the the forenoon md one in the
l io rv. flowers history and uses afternoon of each Friday. HAIRCUT 40o DRY CLEANING AND
0'i l coil Ute Hilly Stillman has I Among those who are planning I
i"i"|>kted the study on 19 trees Ito belong to the nt Rioup Mrs SHAMPOO 400JlI.SS.GE LAUNDRY SERVICE
.---- Webb and Mrs H.mourn' i 1"1'| ""' 40c
lure. Mrs B M Hinriman! 111'IDI'O COOL AND S\MTRY Caves Building Homestead
AIR! SCHOOLContinued Webb. Mrs Ru-'ell Ando, Expert and courteous service.A Cleaned
son. Mrs Bon Archer Mrs .1 I E trial will be ipprerlited. HatS 45
!Gossmnn Mrs Paul Revnolds Mrs and Blocked C
( from Page One)
hour on piarachutes, IS hours on Cleaned
:,in" craft and theory of flight five, Suits 49c
hours, on engines. five hours on and IJressed.
Instruments and two hours on
radio Uses .. Worth W. Trammell! Dresses Cleaned 49c
When" Hit lutiiio 011I'<(' is completed I and Pressed.
the 4(1( students will tike y
sx Candidate forKcnomination
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To 2 PC. Dresses 59c Lip

C. J. BROWN CO.U'f'riJt'uuf Succeed Himself

Shirts lOc
ion ServiceF.lei'f 's As e .

,tricalContracting CIRCUIT JUDGEGroup Damp Wash, 121bs---------tic

3 Flat Work, lb--------------.7c

CAI ESHOMESTEAD mm. .- j J f, He Will Appreciate 10% OFF FOR CASH AND fAUltYDUI'ERY
Your Support
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ON 2, 5 OR 10 ACRES?

Come to my office and let your wants be known. I believe there is a way

for every family to own a home if the interested parties will let the real

I estate man, the lumber man, the contractor and the finance man know I

what they have in mind as to the kind of place and material to be used on

the location you want.BENJAMIN.





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1 >Friday. April 5. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven

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IF.J10 IESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS Kcdland Girl Scouts .1

at -,, ? ? "'....."...-....."..""..".".....N..........- ... By KATHLEEN \V\G\ER CLASSIFIED ADSRATE I

Stephen Foster Program parading. They will be accomplishing .?..'W'"W.'wKathleen

.. It Given in Assembly good for themselves and Wagner blew reveille! : Tint Insertion 104 a line; subsequent insertion*,
? for their schools and communi- J
----- tiei. calling Troop 38 to s business session ba line
at 3:30 Tuesday afternoon in
b The following Stephen C. Foster Deland band gave a concert In Redland School patio. Thelma

assembly program was presented Bayfront Park Wednesday night Johns chairman presided over LOST

'to Homestead High last week: It is composed of 92 players and the business session. Kathleen LOST Small black bob-tailed I FOR SALto!

Devotions Frances Lamb; "Su- ; has a instrumentation value of
Campbell secretary read the male dog Straight, short hair;
wannee River student body; explanation $17.000 This band also has two minutes ai the last meeting Doris strayed from car parked at FOR SALE-Solid concrete block

of purpose of the Stephen sets of uniforms valued at $1,850 Singleton, treasurer, reported that Dixie Drug Store, Mar. 29; $5 building M 99 Krome Ave., between -

roster memorial Hilda Dodson; I It would be worth while to make Mrs. C. E. Elchenberger had surprised reward for return to Wilson B. It Loan and Chevrolet

solos, Stephen Foster melodies, a trip to Miami to hear some of the troop with a five dol- Mobley Goulds. (paS) Bldgs. Answers all building reg

aloes Lewis Brandenburg; sketch of these outstanding bands lar donation. This will be addedto ulations. Lot 25x135 ft. Reason-

.roster'i. life, Carl Alexander; FOR RENT ble price liberal terms Divided
I On April 19, 1940 Friday night the camping fund which the
"Camptown! Races, seventh
grade into 2 stores Plumbing for 2
girls to swell with
at 8 p. m., the local high school expect moneymaking
quintette; "Nelly Bly seventh band will activities soon. HOUSE In Redland; modern conveniences rest rooms Owner. Mrs. EVil
give a concert. This
grade girls; Foster medley band; $10 a month. Brooks "Collins Biscayne Drive and Federal -
concert was scheduled for January During the business session the
{ Beautiful Dreamer, girls' glee I I I Inc., Phone T8-R (A5tf) Highway at Modello.
ub; "Old Black Joe" student but inclement weather caused troop planned a slumber party for ,

'body; talk Mr Earl D. Bunner. It to be postponed. Go to Miami I next Friday night at Mrs Charles I FOR RENT-Garage or space to I
and hear their bands and also Henmnfton's home. On Friday FOR SALE-480 frontage on
store arming tools and implements I 6Jtit.
I I I come April 19 to her ouis. I afternoon the troop will go on a Call at Florida City Restaurant Kromc Ave, deep Finefor

GIVE LUNCHEONS nature itudy hike through a ham- on Key Welt Highway growing flowers. Price right
f The tenth grade home economics mock near the Hennington home. for cash. BenJ. W. Morris, registered -
%lass Is having a buffet luncheon in attendance. Those present real estate broker next

and will have as guests: MrrA. I,I animals Mrs Thurman's room Is making I ueie Marie Rogers Sarah Vihlcn LEGAL NOTICESIN to Baptist Church, Krome Ave ,
J. Campbell Mr. Frank Skill, spools. ,'in attendant Those presentwere Homestead. (d tf)

'Mr. W. J. Geronlmo Mr. Charles David Friedrlcks Is absent because : Marie Rogers Sarah Villen

f.:Turner, Mrs. Alyce Tyree andprincipal of illness. Kathryn Levy Hazel Johns AND!THE FOR rnlNTY DADE Jl IOLNTY.'m.K'rl COIRT H.OKIUAIN / IN. FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus

B. M. Hindman. Mrs. Dye's pupils had a half- Eloui!>e Robinson Grace Burry PRORATE. trees and troplcai fruit in
In Ha tsrAttC!: OF JOHN B. TOW
On Wednesday and Friday theJtointh holiday Friday. In geography they Rosemary Hennington Bertha Mae Deceased: Ell. season. Jungle Grove Redland

grades are having a buffet are making booklets on the Neth- Flagg, Barbara Wright, Marion NOTICE TO CRRUITORS road and Plummet drive.
To All Creditors and All .n. Hosing
luncheon for the teachers. erlands and have a Holland border Decca Evelyn Gossman Rosemary Clalma or Demands Against Bald LiUI. ,

j J, Final examinations in too dt.'Tork around the room Dan Gilhs is Burk Kathleen Campbell Elvira You. and each of ,..... ara hrrvby nm FOR SALE -2'j acres Red
titled and moored to rlalma
present any
will be given to all Friday. absent. Burry Thelma Johns, Louise Rob- and demands which you or either at you, road Well located for home-

i The sixth grade girls in Mrs. Fl- inson Charlotte Murray Kathleen may Tower haw. ...avalnat..../. laU the of*atat HumnlFad. of John Did R. site $300. BenJ. W. Morris, recto -

The Junior class Is sorry to lose field'i room defeated the boys 6 Wagner and Melba Collins County. Florida. to the Hun W. r', Ulan- Baptist Church Krome Ave, ,
Ion County Judge of Pads C.u..,. and istered real estate broker next *
[Connie Hunter. ,to I in a decimal race in arithmetic. file the same In ala ottlro In the (..otimyCourlhouM "

\ .. I The Neva King Cooper School Judge-You know the law pre- fight calendar la, Did month County.from rlurlda the withIn date Homestead. (Witt '

.Tr1-oUtl for the junior play Is going to purchase a combination sumes you to be Innocent. of the tint publication boreal Bald rlalma
be this week. radio and victrola. It will begin Culprit-Then why all these or drmanda In eonlaln the legal adclme of. JUICY ORANGES-30c a p-'k. ,
will th. claimant and to B* .worn to and pro.eenlod Eva Collins, Biscayne Drive and
r payments with the money madeon elaborate preparations to convict aa aforesaid, or eame will be .harredBe .
the Indian operett.l.LEGAL me?-Ex, Section 10 ol the MS I'whate Art Federal Highway.
The manual training boys are .
I Baud this 16th day of Meirh A I U. 1 4"
making much use of the library JANE D. TOW :R. FOR SALE-Nice piece of biiM-
A. Liwuhir or the Last
these days. Books they are using NOTICES LEGALOTICE Will and Testament ..[ ness property. Good price for >

for references are: "From Forest .John....... B. Tower lip cash. BenJ W. Morris, r..llstt..dreal {
1o Furniture" by Sherwood "A COIN TY FLORIDA First publication "n March U. 1940. estate broker, next to tout- t
( Dictionary of Wood" by Boulton Application" Number 61 April S. 1040 (mar 19. apr 6. U. 10. 19401. list Church Krome Ave., 1I0n1<'- '
Handbook"by Notice, I. hen-b often that pursuant to the provlilnni of Section 9 of Chapter"
"Period Furniture
Fand '
1.296 Law. uf Florida. A.-u of 1U97. knowN n aa thr Murphy Art the undrrnlinrd will NOTICE OF" APrillATION FOR" stead. (flt'tf'
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gould.r .II .. public] Ollk''I0 the highest and ,boot bidder for cash at the Houlh dour ifrlorlda TAX lit HI ; .
h. Curt Houre In I.ml. Dade county. .brKlnnlnu at the hour of llliOOHO rile ttuli
r ,. ' | :MUSICAL NOTES "r the I Internal 1 Improvement Fund, who 1 the right to reject any or all bll. Albert holder a. auimmof Slate and
Ihe 1"11.1., deirrihrd linil .otU'IO. brio! and being In Dade County, Florida, more County Tai Cerllfimu. Numbered i1"6.
; There will be a meeting of alii p.rtirui.rly|, d..crlbe.l H followalrKTIHCATH dated the 7th day i>f July I A II IKS". hal FOUND-Pnir spectacles Leads I II
( ( filed said Certificate' In my office and has
,the band patrons Monday night EnterpriseMISCELLANEOUS
DESCRIPTION mail* application for Ux dead to I lunueLertlflrat
i In the music room of Homestead I 1$1111) August e. 1927 L" 3. Block I.B, "h Addition to Hluloah Plat Book 9Iph therson In arpoMnnce with law S.ad
.t Post. 4. embracea the followbii Jllgh School AH patrons and interested tll91 AlII'\IOt T, 1981 Lats ._6.6. RIS. 1-1), .lh Addition to Hialeah Plat Books properly, situated I In Cntrfily Florida.I I
friends are urged to be I I"present .t Pago 64.6x6 U>-wll .
August I, 1989 Tract lie Lasat a II f"*. Miami Ganlnu Plat Book ialon Loot 25, Blork 2. II,,,'ley. Park Pl.t i
k 1'... 81. .. 4. Towrwhlp II South, Range 41 kMt: Hex* II. Paso in. In the (','iiniy' "d SEE AND BUY ar onankim Variety 1
The drums will beat and the I containing I a case men or In*. Hade. mate of Kl"rlda. Grove West Florida City.
(tad July 1. 1010 Tract 111. r-i 'S IS fM, election 4, Town.hlp AJ South Tho .....mnt of ..101 property ullol. r
horns will blow for the of this
; rest Range .1 Rae,t I. containing I nrrn more or leu, Miami: : i the ,.101 Certificate 1..1 w. In 'the I alto; ,
',- week In Miami. Miami will bed O.rd.n.. Plat Book 9 til Pan Mml name "I t'nk"nwn.
1191 August 1. 1910 Tract 109. Mfg Gnnlem Bextlon 4, Township (2 South\ 1'nle..atd C./I. ate h.1I h. redeemed .
r host to 3,000 this week
musicians I Rangy U. K."I. eoHUlninf B acres more or laaa. Platiml according to law. tax "teed J will 1.1.c thrrr. WAISTEO J
f tor the annual Florida high school hub 2. at P.t.a. M I on un the 2
1.4 August 1. I9sa Tract 10' a, GarrVni Plat Book I at Pave 9R. 8ec. Dated thin Mth Jay ..f Mnr h. A D P
J band contests Young people will tiers j 4. lip, 62. out", lIa... 41 Cut, containing 8 1940. WANTED IInu be thumping away, drilling and ace.. :: : I F HI I ATHrRMAN) I for three children Write )>t.\
1..1 Orteb.r I. I'U Tra... 111.111 Miami Gardens, Plat Book 2 .1 Poor lu-'. Clark ter sot, Dort.Ond. ,
(fiction t. Tow n.hlp &a South, Range .1 Fast. ."miningor ,. ( ,n., h'loola 8126.lol1'l'sh".d.' (m29-t.r i
J LEGAL NOTICESIN I to genes more less.III Circuit Court Soul .
His August I. lost Tract 01, Mia, Gardens, Plat Book i, at Pave IM. Sertip I" N 1 nItHI'I'I', It ( I TUTORING WANTED high !r
kin t. Towns li Mouth, frond 41 Gait, containing I1m (mar z: "i 1 : 'I6M.M233 '" "
THE COUNTY Jllir.FH COURT IN "N more or school and grade school subjects 0
AMI FOR DADK Lot !NTY. rLOKIDA 1210 Julio t. IOU N.I.I Lot 6. II lock S, Rowlln Green ""...Ion, Plat Book Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B, h
Ii. IN PHOIIATK-!No. IID4I.ll 10 .t Page 6..
H.: ESTATE OF CHARLES w. HOPE ToU' August T. UII I.t. 31 10 98.Plot Block 12 silver Bluff ...... ..>HIn C. = Plummer drive and Country
Derail hook to7dt28 .t Pan ISli .
I Club road.
1I0TICE TO CREDITOR August 1. 1081 Lot 8.. Block Hllvor Bluff Estates' section C. Plal'
To all trditors and All I.n. t!... I Book '10. .t P aS
r. Ini Claims ,.r Dem.nd. Against Said 7542August T. 1911 L".. 85 and SfI'lat 4001 ock SI Silver Bluff Esters Section I rat I
1 Iilalek Book ""j. Page el
,. You, and .irh "f you. are hereby notified .2110 August I, 1011 Lot 6. Block I,, O..h.nt11I.. Extension Plot Book 17. at. -.1
I and ....."!rood t" present _ny claims. and I rage 66.TIIUITEF.IC. BIRD'SIndorsed :
awmanda.. which you, or either of you, may OF' T liE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND
t hire against the eitau of Charlea W. Hope, OF THi..T: A CR!: Qt' I'LOIUDARlA
1 aWei r the H".. W. F. lllanton County Judge IIr." n IFATH1, .
I j' o office In the County fourthoiiie In Dade -*l,
County, Florida, within eight/ calendar 19t'I ri
months from the daM of the first publics.41ua .
hereof Bald claims or dcmandu to'aerlt.in II
the legal address of the claimant. I "I1
a.d to be sworn to and preiented ai af.ir." USED CARS
aaid or lama will be barred See Section
ISO of the lell Probate Act $880 DELIVERS
f Date March II, A. D. 1U40
IRA ". HAYCOCK. unr fixed ran always represent food value, but the
A. Administrator of the Estate'nr'I. ones I listed below are unusually choice and we recommend -
CHARLES W. HOPE. De<....! '!
mar 22. 29. spy S. -I.-, The New I any one of them for your tontildrrallon.I

KOTlfl! Or APDATIOS '..........................................., 4

'I Chapter FOR 1746T- Acts of 10>5 I

I ''Nolle* .la hereby File .11.1901 given that Harold S !
, :ildrs.rd Ross bold. of state and 1940 PONTIAC
[ County Tax Certificate No S9(> Issued ; 1933 FORD PICKUP-motor overhauled ; in I 1
I the Slit day of July, A D. 1917 has fllrd'
I I now In >y office, and h.. made anpllcalion I excellent condition ; heap. -
foe a tax deed. to be .issued thereon I j
field Certificate embraces the following
I ..;eerlbed property In the County of Dade (De Luxe Equipped)
...to of Florida, to-wlt I 1933: PONTIAC 4-DOOK TOURING SEDAN ;
t< Lot IT Block 1, Sea Board Helihln. / .
J* a Sib. Plat Book IS. Pace 411, Section -original paint good condition.
I I* 11. Town.hlp 61 South R.... 41 East I ; .. .
f::4* h Ida the County of Cade, But. of Flora TO YOU IN HOMESTEAD ('

,f N the T'mid e ._.m..' of mid propertr under 1936 FORD COUPE-looks and runs like new. -- ,
: eertlfIcaM,Maud non In the name
of' Ueksown
>Dnleaa uld'rertiflctt* ihall be rfdaemMlewrdlnt .
nereln to law, the property described Coupe e $880 i 1937 PLYMOUTH -I. D 0 0 R TOURING .,
I will be Kid W th* highest bidder

, f. at day the J In Court the arm 11door.nth of May on, the 1140,tint whkb Hon.li Sedan 925 SEDAN->'ery clean ; original paint. i
I Ike Site dir of II.,. 1 40. 2-DoorTouring i
I Dated. this Ind dIP of April 1140
, E. B I.EATHERMAW 193 DODGE-\ery clean a real bargain. '
fink of Circuit Court
Sedan 975
r 1 Circuit, Court aeol.Dad... Covey, Florida. 4-Door Touring


f Turn Apr er's Funeral::; u Dome !I Preston B. Bird Motor Co. j PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. I

S. Krome Are. Oppwlto Tag Office I
M-Bft AMBULANCE SEIVIC1Lady : I South Krome Ave. Phone 18 j


664-R Homestead. Fla.
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! Page Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday March 29. 1940

PRISCILLA LANEIS Because of HiUsboroufh eoun- .lIIlIIlIlIIllIilnIlWI11JUUUUUIIUIIUUUUl. ( I
I ty's heavy registration, countycommissioners ; "" _I
STAR OF CAST will need to buy 40
new voting machine. Instead of!

1 IN OLYMPIA- FILM I j county 30 originally Registration attorney ordered.Dekle Supervisorof advised N KtLI N S '

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pinching lit
Kindly Clergyman (
'tle boy'i knee): "And who has -- .

i clot' Little, chubby Boy pink"Mamma kneei."-"Ex, EHLERS G ASE COFFEE GrinAllds lb. 25c

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Van Camps e SWANS-DOWN

OLYMPIATHEATRE Pd'uK and BEANS, No. 300 tall can tOe Family-Flour

RED BEANS, No. COO: tall can ..-.. ...... .......,..10c
SPAGHETTI No. 300 tall can ....... ..-.......IQc 2S
4 hIt 5 lb c
bag .
Famous for Over 75 Yea-Now Picked In Florid -

MIAMIThursday RICER 5Ylbs.. _____ 2lC I DRIED Lima Beans, 3lbs. .19C

thru Sunday, BILK I NESTLES
would be difficult indeed to April 4-5-8-7 Meal or Grits, 5 Ibs. 14c I MILK, 3 tall cans --19c
figure a more cutting blow for the

typical glamor gal of Hollywoodthan 0V: THE STAGE IN PERSON BluePlateMayonnaise i Sunswcct Fruits
to be told that the li the stay-
at-home type, but the case of "PARADISE REVUE" {PRUNES . . ..._2-ib. ykg. i8c
PriiclUa Lane proved just the opposite = iPEACHES.: ................ll- z. pkr. 15c
HIUi :APRICOTS ,....... .......- ,...11-ot. pkr. 17c
She was just a*pleased as punch Lew Parker& Company pint jar.25c :RAISINS ___...*._...1S-02.. pk*. tOe
: when she learned that tome critic .1 !MIXED FRUITS ,_ -11-oz. ok*. 17c
had written that she "reminda you Charles Fredericks p
of the girl back home, the itay-
at-home, Iried-and-tnie. gingham-
apron type" ON THE 1 SCREE i Sugar '"""RT..am 525c ;
PriMilla it I starring with Dennis
Morgan Thomas Mitchell and PrUcilla Lane ==
Alan Hale In Warner !lros.' "Three Thomas Mitchell"THREE 3 4k so, Ilk* YORK
Cheer for the Irish" which is now
Miami.playing at the Olympia theater In -u- IW CRlSCO49c21c1AVASOAP fAppIes,51bs..l9CI

Already In Hollywood more than CHEERS
two yean, tradition stipulates that E YELLOW EI
by now she should be a bright FOR THE IRISH"Monday .15CS
letm In the village bright life with 6c Squash, 2 Ibs. II
.it least three or four boy friends
who dance the rhumba and wear
their black ties with definite eclat mfd.
should be smoking cigarettes out i thru Wednesday HOMEGRimiMif ==
of a ten-inch holder and should April 8-9-l I OXYDOL 9 c Lettuce, 2 hds. Cl
be talking with the Park avenue- ,
ish accent
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what |It takes to conform to type, ff
she'11 just have to go on being a IVORY rw[10c 6c Carrots, bunch OC 1
"cause eriebrt She deems to be
just a "a natural-born homebody "DR. EHRLICH'S
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her home town of Indianola Ii S-E LOX FANCY f3
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and knew her enthusiasms he
would be easily able to carry the QY TH s-P of SELECTED OLD 1* Ibs.
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Therein lies the whole secret of PUBLIC
Priscilla Lane-she Is In Hollywood a GOLDEN RIPE IlbII. 3=
but not of It. :LIP
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and to back up his request Kindred Lines
he added that several other com-I = FRESII COUNTRY ==
\ ponies! were after him. Later,
I las boss company discovered, the that water they wert th'l 35 V, Krone Ave Roll Butter lb. 33c I

and a furniture company.-Ex. MILK-FED
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