The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00274
 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 12, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00274
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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GETS City Council Puts Approval On Plans I BILL ALLAN NEW PRESIDENT

For Construction of Theatre Building !

$250 FINE IN ;i i At a special meeting of the city building already extend into the'i't AS RUE PARKER PARIAN '

i council last week, a building per- alley will ,not and be it!'fImoIn la understood addition these ; ,, 1.

;mit was granted to J. W English

'for I the construction of a new rear the alley end of has the a adjoining crook in it building at the I {+
theater building on condition that owned by Mr. English because! It

his plans be revised to avoid extending was built five feet over Its prop-

part of the building over erty line into the alleyHOLLAND -

J. R. Chambliss Is Found the The alley conditional at the rear.approval was THE WEATHER ',Torbert and Roy Chandler

Guilty of Selling I granted after Clarence J Parman TO BE or'I.1aI veelher-report; -ar the aabn-meal 1 Vice-Presidents and

"Pieces" local architect, engaged by the cityto Experiment shish, N.mwteed. Sams.. Kirby Treasurer

pass on the plans, reported that HOST AT FISH FRY n.i. I M.., Min KZ"'iin

MAYOR BANGS DOWN i they complied with accepted standards April 5 89 39 3007 |IS. CIU'TARY OFFICE
for the II .. 88 82 ':
construction of buildIngs April :10.00;,
AGAIN ON GAMBLING : frequented by the public. THURSDAY NIGHT April 7Aprils 84 07 ': I TO BE FILLED LATER .

i ---- I The council refused to allow 85 09 2997 012
I !Annual Election and )Financial :
( ,White Grocer in Colored rooms housing a cooling system of April 9 83 63: 30 02 0.32

Town Latest to Fall I the building; to extend nine feet Spcssard L. Holland, state senator April 10 82 53 30.11' I' Reports Draw

over the alley and ordered that the : and candidate for the Democratic April 11 .. 55 30.U Ji!! Members

in Harris' War I'plans be revived to bring the unit nomination for governor I -

within bounds of the theater property Member, of the Redland DistrictChamber
will be host to the public at .< fish $190 FOR LOCAL
Lady Luck found her foothold of Commerce chose
I in the negro district a little less i: Buttresses supporting the remaining I I fry to be given next Thursday | Frank B Rue, William! Wllen.

j secure Monday night after Mayor, rear wall of the former night at the municipal park. Ser ,, FIRE HELP PAID o H Parker and Clarence' J 1 1'.ei-
I ? Tom Harris again "cracked down" ing of the supper will dart at 6 man .i> new directors. and tt"- e
o'clock and at 7 oclock the candidate !
On bolita playing I named Thomas E. Kirby H.x
Prosecuting his unrestricted and I'PARMAN TO HEAD i will deliver an iddrcss BY FLORIDA CITY (Clnnrll.' ind Tom Toibdt i Ih.

relentless war against the little Repeal,of the gross receipts tax .nnunl election of the 1'1.111I10.\, i

ball game, in which the player ROTARY on merchants, reduction or the i --- held Wednesday night at tin I, "T
has one chance out of a hundred ,Ij CLUB IN tax burden through uniform assessments I I A chock for 1190 (initial payment val building

j of winning even a small amount of and collection and econ- on a bill at 1263 due since, Immediately after the r.I!, ,"n ;
his investment, Mayor Hurl'l YEAR OF 1940-41 omy of administration are features / the directors named Mr Ml .
j of Mr. Hollands 1934 to the city of Homestead tor I '"M 1.
meted out a punishment og $290 j jI platform.Mr. I president. Mr. Chandler! fir.i '. '
\ I II Holland, who lives sending fire apparatus to Florida
fine or 90 days in fail to J. S at Bai- ( president: Mr Torbett ,ml 1 ,
tow, has served eight in the City to combat fires, was given I to
Chambliss, coloied-town white i : years
i A vote to break a i tie .iimong i vice-president; and !Mr 1 Kllhl i e
I grocer, charged with selling (I i i"pieces" three nominees for two places on i iI state senate Dining the World .Mayor.,,___ Tom"_'__Morris n and. City, Councnman ,treasurer
of bolita Wai he served with the 2-Hh Aero nenrv oiooKer, jr, at a !
i the board of of the Defeated candidates lot toe-
I Evidence against Chambliss ta'eg::: ;Squadron He was graduated | meeting of the Florida City town ,i I
consisted j ji Homestead resultedI' council (torihlps were E H, Gallilui, ,I
I of 10 numbers presented by'Wednesday night in the election of from the University of Florida in The Tuesday night ,W. Fngllsh Howard Johnson, tie... f

Chief of Police O. H. Sullivan. I lone of .them and a tie again between I 1916. : make the city councilmenotcd to I!{Turner, Jr., Benjamin W %Mom-
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Oscar Brown, negro, testified that ine remaining two, which | W P Cash and A W. LimlKienMr .
he purchased the numbers from will be run off next week FARM I 'WORKERS addressed, by Mayor Harris and Mr,I IBremker Allan ,ul'Cl'edsfr! Kliby .
Chambliss at 10 cents a number.. I At the election held last week, 12 "do pleaded that they ;as p..ldentfr.. Gallaher wasretired
something about the bill"The
Police said the numbers were Clarence J, Parman, vice-piesi- fire I as secretary and Mr. .:
found In Brown's pockets after he dent of the club, was elevated to !j DROWN\ AS TRUCK{I they said calls avenged $10 each llsh AS treasurer,

had emerged from Chambliss' the presidency: George Wakefield I The new directors announced
In pointing out the expense ,
place of business.FRASER, elected I I of they will not select
I was vice-president; Geo. a secretary
ROLLS IN CANALA answering fire calls Mayor Harris -' 4
M. Frick was re-elected secretary- said each volunteer firemenanswering :I until they have given the miilte .
treasurer and Roy Chandler and some thought Mr. Kirby agreed 4
PLANS i un alarm
is paid at a''
I J, R Brooks, diiectors The new ,to serve as secretary until the I
twelve-hour parch for James rate of 50 cents for the first hour:
officers and directors will take office Hosts 20, and John Louis, 40, spent at a fire and f 1.SO for each :selection Is made.Fortynine .
THREE TALKS IN July 1. 'negro: who failed to return .iftei additional hour i I numbers Including t
The three new one, attended
meeting I I the
Wednesday night starting to a packing house with i The $191)) check was tor fire callsto i I
was ladies' night, with W. E. I I I chamber meeting. ,
Florida City made since
AREA a truck load of cucumbers. endedat the
TOMORROWMayor pliancy in charge of the program Homestead fire Prior to the election of otficei .
o'clock department
yesterday morning was I -(
Mrs. James Hudson, lieutenant of Mr, Gallaher read a report of the r .
when their bodies were found in a on a'die scale' a ,
the Homestead troop of Girl I canal near Immokalee, Collier year ago Mm Flora D My t'I'O, 1 I Ii Chumbei activities during the ...
Walter B Fraser of St. Scouts, speaking for Mrs. Frank County II i clerk-treasurer, drew up th chock i I year and a financial report prepared .

Augustine, candidate for governor, Skill, troop captain, who was i The body of Hoots, nephew of and presented it to favor Harris by the treasurer, J, W. \
will speak In Homestead at 11 not outlined English
scout activities Robert Glenn, Sr, was brought to at the close of the' ,heating
o'clock tomorrow morning and an and the need for volun- __ The financial report showed .1 .
the Turner '
Funeral Home -
hour later at Florida City, He also teers to organize and conduct activities yesterday small amount of money remainedto ,
I afternoon to await word
has on his schedule a talk at Per- of girls and boys too young relatives In South Carolina. from CHAMBER OPENS ; the chamber's credit after p.ey- <
rlne at 10 a. m for scout work I Hosts and Louis
With Mr Fraser will be the Mrs Carl F: Robinson of Red- were employedI {festival building
Golden West I I I the farm of the youths uncle, i TRADING CENTER !I !Mr Gallaher ;
Cowboys, a group of land member of the Dade County C J. Smoak, near Immokalee 1 I announced that '
singers and musicians, who accom- Council Girl Scouts, endorsed copies of the financial repent
pany him on his campaign to pro- (Continued on Page Two) I Shortly night after 6 started o'clock to Wednesday IN FETE BUILDING would be available to newspapers f
they Sunny-
vide diversion and entertainment j,for general publication. However, or 1
land, several miles from the farm.
Mr. Fraser a. native of Georgia Storehouse i jit was revealed yesterday that nocopies
Destroyed with the load of vegetables A ;
I '
He was born r' years ago at Flow- The Redland District had been made and that
While search for them Chamber
Firemen Scrape was started b.
ery Branch, ,in Hall county of Commerce the original had been sent to the
Mr. Smoak and other farmers has opened "< trading
Georgia, the :un of an Itinerant Paint From Fire Plug when they failed to return several center In the new festival build ''Redland District News, which did j ,L.1

Methodist minister. hours later ing for the convenience of visitors not make the report available to .
He resolved his education in the Firemen were obliged to Marks of a truck leading to the ,and others wanting to purchase or I this newspaper until too late for I .
public schools of Georgia and at scrape away a heavy coating brink of the canal started a searchof sell product of the RtdUndi area.,to bt set up for this Issue 1 .4Stove
Emory University, from which he of paint from a fireplug before -
Mrs. Clna Stewart is In charge of
the waters The bodies and the
was graduated In 1913 with the they could start fighting truck were discovered in the center. Blast Causes Fire 1
degree '>f bachelor of arts flames which were eight r
feet of water.Enrollment. may bring products Gutting Negro Tenement
He sight school In Georgia, a small storehouse at the negro I which they hive grown or made, j

both as teacher and principal, school early Sunday morning I to be sold on commission and A tenement ;housing; ; right families i

from the time he was graduated By the time enough paint was Starts orders will be taken and filled In the negro section was gut 1 1

from Emory until 1919 removed to permit coupling Today for Art Classes I hen, Mrs Stewart said ted by fire cauied by the explosionof !
Then he broached out Into the of the hose, the one-story "One of the greatest benefits a kerosene stave Tuesday afternoon -

business world-the world of real ten-foot square building was Adults or children Interested In'' will be the opportunity offered, George Gnyson, negro 1

e.tate-and was both Independ-- doomed. Several hundred the WPA art courses to be liven I women of this area to make a was cooking on the stove when the
ent broker and "''r c time associated school book were destroyedIn In the new Chamber of Commerce I i little spending money," she said f I blast occurred. He was burned

with the real ..ute department the fire the orgin of which building are Invited to enroll to-1 I One money-making Idea Is slightly on the hands when he !

of the Atlanta Trusts was undetermined.Fire day I fining orders for baked goods; an- I threw the blaze-enveloped stove .

Company of Atlanta. Committeeman Henry Classes win be held each Friday, ;j\other is serving lime Juice Aprons I through the door of the house
Mr. Fraser answered the call of Brooker, Jr, who was at the both forenoon and afternoon. I I are always In demand crocheted :On'. small quantity of furniture

Florida In 1929 when he became fire scene, said all fireplugs The classes are free but' the and knitted articles, bed spread, { was curried front the homes In Dieonestory :
the owner and developer of the in the city recently had been local group will hare to pay for 'I I'quilts and a f I and other handmade -{ building

Fountain of Youth Park, In St. painted. He ordered an Immediate the instructors transportation between article .ay be offered for j The buildi"* n ts owned by Geo. 1 i

Augustine j inspection of them. Miami and Homestead. I (Continued: Jib Page Three) I IE, :, McCa.kn ,,- ttorncy

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I Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 12, 1940

this trio for a vocal' so that the men could attend the
Fish SetBySafety nut will be launched tonight at to augment
DISASTER LOAN Rally, Fry a meeting of church members and I quartette that elicited howls from i chamber of commerce election, and

I Patrol the Rev. J. J. Patterson of Cleveland ,I'the audience and won them corsage to permit some of the Rotary Anna
Ohio, who will be in chargeof I bouquet for their coat lapels to attend a meeting of the University -
OFFICE HERE TO 'I A political rally and fish fry, under the drive. The meeting was adjourned early Club.
of the i
auspices safety patrol
f. of the Homestead High School, Dr. J. E. Johnstone pastor urged"
CLOSE APRIL 13 1 will be held at the municipal park that all members attend tonights I

Saturday, April 20, starting at meeting :

The Homestead- -office of the Disaster -I noon. Proceeds of the affair will Other meetings will be held PRESTON B. BIRD
If Loan Corporation which was be used to help defray expensesof during the next two weeks to map .
opened Feb. 6 for the purpose of the patrol to the national convention out plans of the campaign The I
bringing financial aid to grower{ of the American Automo-, actual solicitation of funds will'

r, and farmers who were victims of I bile Association to be held at start the third week. I I CANDIDATE FOR ,
the January freeze, will be closed I I Washington D. C., May 10 and 11. Mr. Patterson will occupy the :
v after April 13, It was announcedby I No charge will be made for the pulpit at the morning service of
L S Hermann. agent in charge 1 food but donations will be receivedand the church Sunday. His sermon COUNTYCOMiMISSIONER
the boys will "pass the hat." ." I
of the office subject will be VisionsROTARY
After the closing date applications 1 I I Last year the patrol attended -- I!
for loam In the local I territory (the convention and received a
may be filed with regional silver trophy as a prize for being CLUB ,1
office at Jacksonville the agent ''the safety organization which traveled I 5T1I DISTRICT : '

*uld.i I I the longest distance to march (Continued from Page One I COUNTY j'j'D.DE
'in the convention parade. The -
To date a total of 70 applica-
tll-nfor loans aggregating $208 ,(trophy must be won three consecutive what Mrs Hudson said md i'-
000 have been received it the times by a patrol] before pressed the opinion that few persons -
local office and of this mount I 30 ,,,It becomes a permanent posses- realized the scope and \ slue Subject to Democratic Primary.
loans for a total of $33300: were sion.GROWERS. of the work Mrs Skill performsas May 7, 1940 k
scout leader In Homestead. and
approved and funds disbursed or
the tremendous amount of time she
f put in process of disbursement HOSTS
gives to the 24 girls her
in troop
Mr Hermann said A total of
seven applications for a total oft ; IN GAME TODAYThe She said that in Dade County YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE
Council circles Mrs Skill is
$11.400 were cancelled at the request GREATLY APPRECIATEDI
esteemed as one of the county:
of the applicants
Growers of Homestead best fitted and most Interested
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would like the opportunity to serve
Growers and ShippersTo High School will play Andrew scout leaders, and her troop occupies my
; Jackson this afternoon and Fort a top-ranking position in'' district, for I believe I would make a good
Hear ]I. A. Spillman Lauderdale Wednesday afternoonon quantity and quality of scouting; hard working county commissioner If I

H. A. SpiUman who has chargeof the Homestead school diamond. achievement. I do not meet your expectations remember, .
the enforcement of the agricultural During their last two games the A quartet of Girl Scouts you can fire me two years from now ;
perishable commodity act 'local boys went Into a batting posed of Vara and Anne com-I .o
slump and dropped ll-to-0 "Anything Done Is Good Bad Only By
for the United States departmentof a tilt Ardel Parman and Barbara Miller -: or
agriculture, will discuss Im- to Miami Edison Friday and a sang. and Vara Rheney played: Comparison"Paid ',1
relative the act 10-to-l game with Miami High selection.Following I
portant factors to a piano
Tuesday The games were played ( Political Advertisement) 1
at a meeting of shippers and
here announcement of a /J
rowers at the packing house ofF Coach Ted Bleier said the Growers band concert to be given by the .
C. Peters, Inc. at Co lids. tonight were too "throw" minded.-I Homestead High School band, a I
The meeting, arranged by During the two games they hurled member of the band Henry I I.M. y ''r' n roo"" ","" 'ihllllapY104MaasYatlls'' '' "Ali' q/
Charles If. Steffanl, county son, played cornet solo,
the ball at the slightest
arl-I' provocation Dod"1
I cultural Dent, will start 1
here, there and everywhere, companied on the piano by
o clock I to the profit of their opponents, W. B Mills band director.
he said The majority of runs other members of the band were !
Re i hal Services Set
I present In uniform to sell tickets J
made by the visitors! resulted fiom..
At Methodist_ Church this vvildnesi: i j to the Rotes and their ladies after
the meeting i
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The Rev' A P Smith, pastor of Meet Tonight Launches Questionaires to be filled out
11 r First Methodist Church of Fort I
respectively by husbands and
1.,111.h-rrl..le.. will conduct a series Baptist Church Drhc
i wives present regarding the menu
tiei I If
fI't ilueliMic services at
I The campaign to raise $33000: and shortcomings of their spot se>.
]n.-,1(1(1 Methodist Church i
for the erection of a new Fitst furnished amusement. The most
starting Sunday night, April 21.1 I
hilarious feature of the
Baptist Church to replace the present programwas
.Inll I nightly for week,_
ntinuing a
trio In which Howard Johnson
27-ycar-dlt a
fume one at N -
it \\';11 announced this week byl|
W. Third street and Krome ave- did the washboard blues with)
the Rtv J J Richard, of
: \ i i guitar accompaniment by W. M
the local church ances in Legion Park and then. i Fifield and clarinet accompaniment 1 teukHOMBA
Whitchair I in company with prominent local by George Frick Bill Cftvt
Party Pay
; I i citizens, went on a hand-shaklR'j]Rhenev, George Wakefield and ',
Visit to Homestead )tour of the business section Ben Archer were called on later j

Francis Whitehalr:; candidate for'' \ FRESH START

governor in the May primaries ,
and H retinue of friends, including i William H. Sykes
Russell Kay, secretary of the Flor- ;

da. Press"i short Association visit vesterdiy puld Homestead Candidate forCONSTABLE You'd be surprised how little it takes togie

The candidate (chattedv i t hfninds
and made new icquumt- I : a home a fresh start!


Vote forGeo.E.McCasdll ; 4th District il F) Often just a bit of redecorating does

Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated r the tritk-some painting-doing over
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shabby floors or lining up warped

doors, help, too. And "building in"

RE-ELECT i iI kitchen cabinets or an V extra utility

closet means a lot to the homemaker.


lily You'd be surprised, too, at the amountof
redecorating and repairs that a small

I monthly sum can pay for on the FHA

1 of the
1Y '1 Plan.


Fear information, phone 62.


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i Friday, April 12,1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three




The band and flee club of
Homestead High School will give FIRE SALE ;
I concert Friday night April 19
at 8 o'clock. in the school auditorium '

The program follows: :
"Vivacity March" Holmes
"Waltz of Dreams" Bowland .

"Variations"Henry.... ..Dodson Arban Giving You An Opportunity To Save At Prices Never Before .

"Pale Moon" .. Logan In The of Homestead Must Go!
"By the Waters of Minnetonkn Equaled History -Everything .

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m. Lieurance '

"Andantino" Lemare

"Blue Hubert and Smith Cold Overture"Carlton Sweet Hart Schaffner & Marx SUITS TilE FAMOUS CURLEE SUITS

_. ................_ McCaugheyBand Formerly priced at $29,95 to $39.9: Formerly priced at $21.9; to $32.50 ,
Every one knows what Hart, Schaffner'& Max Suits are and We have sold CurlPe Suits for yeal everyone with the
"Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life"I I I. aware of the fine quality and materials that go into their genuine Curlee label. We have them In single And double breast- c
.._............._._. Herbert making. We are cleaning them out and at prices you cannot af- ed plain and fancy backs In blue serge, tropical ,,worsted Ii
Philip Wilson ford to mISs. Better buy quickly while we have your size lIabardme The following sizes will be found on our rack but
"Caro Mia Ben" Girdoni Single and double breasted, plain and fancy backs In blue, they will not stay there long at these prices:
"In Her Kitchen Garden" tan, green. grey brown We have the following sizes on our REGULARS SHORTS
Jamie Richards I racks: t size .. I. I size U
"Over the Waves"Rosas REGULARS SHORTS 8 size U t IIII ._.. _
Band 3 size .. .. ._._....._...._.._...35 1 size .. n. .Iae" t sise ._ 337
r "Kentucky Babe" ... . .. 1 size ..... .. ..._.._...._.._. 18 1 size 39 S8 t size .. 4. ..
j; 1 size ... ..._..__..____n PORTLY'I ae .. n LONGS .

"Romance"Girls'.... ..Quartette..._.... ..Grumsfeld use '- __ ---.. 1 size ..... .40 alas size ... .-
: : "'''- no
: size :: i ... :: : U
Mary Grace English size .:.. :=...::=:=:.. ._= STOUT .lee size : size sine : ,

"Moonglade" ... Brown 4 size ......_ ._..__.. .U Ii size U 1 size 1441 1 .lle .. 40
y; Novelette": .. Mansfield
d Band i Reduced to Reduced to

"Come"Chinese to Lullaby"the Fair' Bowers I $23.95 $17.95 and $21.95

Glee Club
: SHIRTS The Well Known F. Selllnn Originally from 0200 to $2,SO One Lot of I Regular ::0111'1; ) i iNOW' Re ul.r M W mil 'SI! '- .

TRADING CENTER "'\dn DKESSFsMil ." \\$2991"
: '\
$1.59 K\\GFOfSizes "llfo.oI! 69c
FAST totOR!'! While 1.n, sp<,I '''fnrdI', i I'
(Continued from Page One) ll to 17 Kl\ HUM \MIII .. 'i 01 II.:1/t. IHI Id
Solid -
Fancy Patterns and Stripes
sale This center ,will glow and :Newfiit Styles One Lot of Silk Dresses! L.\t$!IES' HOSE
i grow because tt fills a twOv Silt \T THIS BIG DICTION Regular S?.'5 In !I?.50 MOaTD AND III'MMIM' KIKIIKeiulir
need, an opportunity to m a i k t'
FILL RANGE: $ 1,5 9 H 0(1/ Grade
money and an opportunity for OK SIZES: .
others to purchase home-made
foods and articles suitable for the Beautiful Pattern
home or for gift). Every Tie 1.00 Quality FRIENDLY SHOES 9 i
Our Regular Mr!
"The exhibit of plants will be 84c All Good styles HOSE: :
j one of the most interesting features .
I of the center," Mrs. Stewart ANOTHER LOT-75c TIES $3.95 Pair 49 cMANHATTAN

t said "Already some beautiful REGULAR $i.00 SELLERS: -- -
plants have been brought In for Now 49c 0 1 PAJAMAS
tale at reasonable prices" Some Silks-Some Palm Beach Patterns
Jarman Custom and Airflator Our Itrot Quality)
1 There will be a permanent dis- Formerly $2. o ..50MEN'S
play of fruits grown in this area MEN'S WORK SUITS 'Glxenwav" at .
and there will be jellies, marmalades OCR BEST GRADE $1.50 Pair :NOW $1.59
crystalized fruit tropical I Regular 116.85 and S7.50-Don't :alias This
I cream candies and other $1.99 SUIT -- ONK i or (W 1.\llIa. ,
products, for sale in ibund,itic fnll'l ", UNIFORMS '
Former $229 HERE, Ii'\ RE\L 'GMF\W.\\ ,
Blue, Herring Hone I>1'F1 \I. ".21! I.II.III a
Tan and tlrll'ndd: :MEN'S SPORT PANTS 8ge I' .


Tropical Cafe : DRESS SIUHl S formerly Srlllng at 56,H3 .I

.()(, S-REGII..\R (123Ll Slashed. to I JED SPREAD): I ,

99c $3.95 Regular SI.2)J at HIt! :'
4 SHIRTS: FOR S3.69 Gabardines anti TropicaloKted Regular si.00 at 791_i I.. .
\ WONDIRFtl: nll'E ..
SUITS CHILDREN'S: SHOES K99: !) Sheets 7'.
Block South of 0\FR 500 PAIRS! TO ('HOOsf: ROM
72x99 S'icits ....... 79c
Krome-Flaglcr Traffic 89 suit 8 !
$1 full Range size*- month to 16 team
Light on S. Krome Ave. PRICES 81x99 Sheets .. $9cKHAKI'BLUEGREEN !

.,. !i 12x3fi (' ::lc 1
Regular Full Range 1223 of Grade Sites 49c to $1.99 'DOS'; OVERLOOK TlllsL

EXPERTBARBERING Formerly priced at $19,9 to $21.75. Formerly priced at $11.!);) to $219.1Such ;

outstanding makes of Men's SLUts as Merit. Sewell Single and doublc.breBlled plaIR and fount b '''k.
Mirror-Test and other quality suits single and double-
breasted with plain I and fancy backs : inl blue, grey, green and In green, Ire)', blue serge and Tropical Worated. We hire Ihe-
brown The following sizes are on our racks but will move rlllhi following sizes on our racks awaiting your selection:
now when these prices are noted:

: MASSAGE SHAMPOO ............ 40c 40c io sise sire size size < .-- .:_=:37:; i also size size also :. -- :_ U 16 17 3 size size size ..:. .. .. = .= _.::: t 7 1 site size else ..:: ==:- ::" : '.

i : size -- -." :' -.3S 1 size __ 31 size .. ... ._ n 1 size 4.
1 I size 40 STOUTS 6 size 38 3 size 48I
BUSH'SBARBER sine U I size U
Reduced to
Reduced to ,

$16.95 and $18.95 $5.95 to $15.95BURTON'S




I 91&A4AAAu. HOMESTEAD: Open Eieninsrg Until 8:00 o'clock FLOUIHAr.


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.. D... County ._.. .... __ ..- .......- IIOMnloo ." ,; are being cornplcted -
of Dooo County ..__.. ,__.. ._ '1.11 for the annual May Day
picnic There will be speaking as
usual and light refreshments consisting 'I
Remembrance h of ice cream soda water ..

i; ply Mary Terrell) Dickinson and sandwiches on sale. Bring i
RT well-filled dinner baskets
'. youi
queer i i
: Th It i tIll and somehow every yrat = j.. din These candidates have ac- "
Th( welling. budrl ng. leafing '] ceptcd the invitation to be present:
B B. Tatum, Dr. Hughlett and .
green I
t sh ,uld stir my heart I Tom Campbell candidates for .:yt
II 1'Jul..r I Ij. ; stall senator: Gary A. Hirdoe and

i lovely part I .. ,,, '" Van C Swearingcn candidates for
j.'h,1 every .... ... '
Of spring| should call you back, m\ fIoh'I' j governor; W N Sheets and Dixie
dear'Impiesaions] I s yY.ps '' Holland. candidates for slat? super.1\
I .. Li&>*i m>'0 iBV/ -
visor of public schools :
-"Rev. Mr. Reeb has come
of a VisitorAt from Georgia to take charge of

Local Rotary Club our Baptist Interests at Perrine
., HOT ONLY OVU ind Larkin. He will supply at .
Walter Locke editorial writer MOST N/c //. Y /ll.tr t 'Silver Palm church on the 18th ."
for the Miami Dally News and I -"The sad death of Jeanjes
Governor Cox's other newspapers I GAME BIRD 6UTAUO Marcus Fletcher, a young Goulds ,

1- came down to Homestead with a VERY 4WNEfCALTao farmer, on Monday. caused by ,
speaker for the local Rotary Club the explosion of a stick of dyna- ?
last week and saw things thAt few mite he was holding was a shock *
of the local Rotarians have ever to his many friends In Homestead. j
noted Mr. Locke tells of his impressions "Ar7J Mr. Fletcher was a member of the ,,1
In his editorial column local Modern Woodmen lodge and
Trends of the Times, In the Daily was respected In the communit"Mr. )/,"
Newt of April 9. of which the 02VAO and Mrs. G. W. Pipes
following is an excerpt: left this week for their home in '
The( Homestead (Fla.) Rotary >, Cameron W. Va"
club meets In Legion hall at the -"Speaking of the tomato and
edge of the village where the cabbage situation the less said the
Everglades resume The wide east WRIVAIA q better. Rains, a very hot sun and ".
windows open to the breezes from generally bad conditions have put
the bay and let In nn ..crof the majority the fields out of

clean scrubbed cloud dappled ..... -. -.. the running. although a few have
aky. Stabbing the blue a hundred some very fine stuff left ."
yards away rises one slender shrub I -"E. S. Caplmger leaves Saturday
and fur beyond that, with palmettos to attend Grand Lodge 1. O.
The that met in Port St. Ida birds. off in
They usually
convention April
to carpet the Intervening view, pair O. F. at Jacksonville."Mr. ."
J range scattering I Cuban pines You I Joseph then one of the most important and about 15 glossy white eggs are laid on and Mrs E. J. Cooperleft
face the speaker within and this' towns in Florida, was an epochal one. It the ground in a nest constructed of dead this week for their home In

scene without. prepared the territory of Florida for state- grasses or leaves. Numerous natural enemies Kansas after pending the winter

Not every Rotary club or hood and drafted a constitution that served eat the eggs or destroy the newly here with their son Harry
church or lecture hall-can have her until 1861. After the drafting of hatched young, often causing the adult Cooper .
for its speakers background a' the constitution Florida was destined to birds to try again and again before successfully -"Dr. J. A. Sutton leaves Saturday ,

palmetto plain a sapphire sky and I wait for six years before she was admittedas hatching out a brood. While in for an evangelistic trip to
pine pinnacles between But an state in 1815; the in circular Tampa and vicinity
a covey, quail roost on ground
artist : Comtnisiioner Twee-
can paint something almostas -"County
Because of its tremendous popularity as formation with tails together and heads dell .
good. In the Interest of orators -i went to Miami on Wednesday
bird and its value to farming interests out-an arrangement that conserves body
and especially as a mercyto a game to attend the meeting of the county
.i speech-greedy world we in combating insect and weed pests warmth and permits freedom of wing action I commissioners of the state" ft.

should! hang a scene like this behind the Quail deserves first place among Flor- if disturbed. -"Ed Brooker has raised some .'."
each rostrum in the land I IIr. 1 of the largest rutabaga turnips we
then sometimes Ii | ......................-..'''''''''.........''''.............. li j
as happens YV "PVTmYVVTTVVVVYYY" between them such portions o( ever saw. weighing as high as
the speaker is a bore. the audience, I I Southern Europe as suited their i pounds,
though chained by courtesy Its CURRENT needs Some months Inter, when i Children in Court -"Redland Farm Life will be

neatcan bury itself happily In Hitler double-crossed the Duce represented In the county declamatory ..
pointed beauty behind the speaker COMMENT the latter paced the floor for four! Hy Judge Malcolm Halfield contest Florence Hill a
us lure at Homestead we revel In pupil of the tenth grade ."
days In his rage refusing to see ................-...........'................................
the real thing The worst ofnixtihes Kv AGNEW WFHIIEditor anyone. What strange bedfellows i! -"Miss Florence Getman has

needs trouble us, then''I ... ................... politics and conspiring I nationsmakeand JOINING THE CIRCUS accepted the position as teacher of
no more than the noise of wa\'I."I' how they I fall 1 out | 1 the first grade In the Homestead .
N l : .Mr W.hh .wake"a A small boy who ran away witha "
on a sunset shore. Our eyes may fntnmpnt on hi< t'nnmenp; wh.tM. I 'school (FlorIda City.)
I profit, while we shut our ears I they" he In o.r..m.nt ..r .1 varionr" circus was returned to his home II -"Miss L. H. Schweitzer has
with hi. opinion.. Aadn.. "moon.. This war plot thickens accor- :by the probation officer for the
When, as Is aiM sometimes the resigned as teacher in the Florida
rotkno to AK* Wfl.h 141 N. E. '
ing to reports from Tokio third time. This child had
case, the speech Is good. we are i I antis Bt. Miami Fix I I a good i City school and the pupils In the
which quote Japanese assaying home which
papers supplied
every comfort -
doubly blest. We have the picture,I The city of Miami is to pay that relations between that]: The fascination and adventure I upper classes who are desirous of t,
tit .impress the speechould making their grades are going to
"$1000 to a publicity concern to country and Russia are so strained of the circus however proved
word, spoken on the shore of Galilee the Homestead school" Florida
boont the city's finnnclal status that the latter is preparing to Invade :Ito I be a temptation which he could
have, so resounded as to reverberate I"as a prelude to refunding $28.160.- Japan-controlled territory 'not resist. Since punishment had I City.)
down the ages to usa '000 of its bonds. In ordinary busi- To an outsider It would seem that '1 failed. more adequate remedial -"Mrs. Wm. Myers Is in the
here had they lucked the bluehvuvcns ,Goudy at Miami and
hospital was
ness circles. a good name, ability both already have find sufficient measures were necessary When'
above and the blue waters I'and to one's debtsis improving a little according to
pay ,
war to keep them busy. It was discovered that this boy's
IN low for a sounding board all the boost needed I I ambition I last reports:' (Florida City)
was to become
a tight :
A St Pete bl'1.dispatch says'trope 1 walker, the Judge urged his 'i .. : ,, .. :. ............
Drunken Drivers R'ceh.eEncourultement In May 1939 television began that since the "heat has been put parents to provide him with the'
I in New York on a commercial on" at Miami by the FBI men, the required tight rope apparatus that FROM OUR MAIL BOX
basis about 2.000 receivers being up-state city has been over-run would completely satisfy his desire

A reliable legal method of determining owned, a combination radio-tele with pickpockets The questionthat --..----,NNNmNN
the degree of drunken vision mechanism Programs arerend..d Mr. John Q. Public wants an.swe..d Nearly every boy goes through WHERE IS REDLAND
ness of drivers, suspected of operating about 12 hours a week Is why the aforesaid "heat" the period of becoming Interested PRIZE MONEY? _
automobiles under the Influence and the expense Is very heavy to I Is not kept on all the time, ThereIs heart and soul in some hazardous
operate and this Is met by advertising Mr. Hoovers FBI profession Editor
of intoxicating liquors,: an answer; from policeman to Leader-Enterprise:
received a setback recently when. sponsors.John men have It but they are not talkIng aviator. Taking humorous attitude The fair Is over once more and
Attorney General J. E. Cassidy of so we of the common herd towards him only aggravates the accounts are settled and published
Illinois ruled against blood tests Frederick Souders. writIng are left to our surmises. situation. He should be given So with I hope pardonable curiosity
to determine Intoxication on thet In the Mercury magazine said every encouragement In following the writer wishes to knowto
-t theory It was compul.o8l'U.. ,that when Mussolini first met A dish that long ago disappearedfrom out his latest hobby, because In a whom did the $75 go given as
Incrimination and against constitutional Hitler In June 1894, he said of most American: tables Is the few months It will probably fail to' second prize money to Redland
rights Mr. Cassidy rather{him, "That mans face Is a disgrace molasses JUg. Now comes the Mas- hold his Inte..st.comp..hend" Community booth?
t lightly dismissed the subject with| to Europe" but Hitler helped sachussetts Institute of Technologyto Several public-spirited Red-

the comment that a person't I Mussolini out In his Euthloplan prove that It Is the food that and at that Ike took loaders gave the fruit And many
drunkenness or sobriety "is a fact, war and when the twain met In most contributes to the human I a long breath and the mistress con- hours of work thought and time
open to the observation of all and I Berlin in September 1937 they 'system the much-needed element tinued: "Take this sentence 'She were donated by Mr. and Mrs.
its comprehension requires no,shook hands on a pact to divide I;of iron Old Aunt Mandy dldnt' could not fathom. the mystery' or Joseph Lowe of Jungle Grove

:a particular scientific knowledge or measure the syrup when she made 'He could not comprehend her i i Rcdland.I .
training" attorney or has studiously avoided I gingerbread; said she just poured mind" and old Ike broke in with: I The results were pleasing, Instructive -
Fingerprinting compulsory for,I trials of persons charged with''out three glubs of It." | "Yer durned tootin right I've and of a decided advertising -
all suspected criminal, %,i is not drunken driving. The look of a I lived with my old gal night onto value to Redland booth
mentioned: by the IllinOIs attorney [definitely approved method for The schoolma'm piped up. "Yes 60 years an' she still keeps me :of which we were all proud
I' ,en'IIL I determining intoxication has long but Uncle Isaac the noun 'fathom' gue It rem thnt Mi C\"dv I hll been .i net 'uua t n-ler to enf"rtr- (fl also n verb i. ue many nouns her mind Notsir no man is I A REDLANDER.
L. ell,", been unusually lucky is as ment of dtunkin- lining laws. and means to solve to discern, to,ever wf on any such ,ue.s. 1lotne5tebd'April 9; 'IMS! ,



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ship of the Legion, Elks and Miami on Juliet Lowe to the next meeting -
BENTLEY PLANS Junior Chamber of Commerce, he CIRCUIT COURT r.-.k.---- .
placed an American flag in every

TO CO-OPERATE school room in Dade County POST IS SOUGHTBY .., ", : : :. ,,, ,,- in All art scouts are to attend who are the IntrrrsUd WPA art
Kelly Is now the captain of the
class In the Chamber of Commerce 3
Greater Miami Boys Drum and The Homestead Girl Scouts de-
WITH OFFICIALS Bugle,Corps, past exalted ruler of BRUNSTETTER cided at their regular meeting school building I Friday afternoon after K
the Miami Elks, state chairman of Tuesday afternoon at the home of
r. the national defense committee of I Mrs Frank Skill to entertain the \ Proper presentation of colors,
Co-operation with state and the American Legion, former treasurer Roscoe Brunstetter, Miami attorney Redland troop at the meeting next marching and dramatics were 1

county officials and recognition of of the Young DemocraticClub and former mayor of Coral' Tuesday I practiced at the meeting
of Dade County, is a memo A group of the scouts presenteda Mary Frances Rutland read a '
of local Gables, who is a candidate in
the principle selfgovernment -
1 ber of the Moose Lodge ExchangeClub program at the Rotary Clubs poem during the good-night ciicle '-
are stressed In the platform Army and Navy Union, and Group One for the circuit court I ladies' night, Wednesday Mrs Warrens Scvery U J new
( of Edward R. Bentley, candidate for the past five years vice-chair- bench in the May primaries, advocates James Hudson, lieutenant and I scout

,r for attorney general in the May nun of the Empty Stocking Fund'' reduction of litigation ex- Mrs Carl F. Robinson county I Patty Robinson patrol mi t !
"h. primaries His two daughters Patricia and pense through simplification of,council members, gave talks on the : Saturday at the Skill home to
Joan, attend the of j jI
University needs of the troop i I I work on handicraft.
Mr. Bentley says he is offering court procedure along the lines
Miami and High school I
Mrs Skill attended leader'smeeting
The group working for the a
a constructive and clear-cut platform adopted by federal courts, I I
librarians badge, under Mrs C. In Miami Tuesday evening -
.1 for the cabinet petition He "I am Impelled;' he said, "to J. Pai'man, are to bring an article I .
3. points out that while the attorney SYKES IN RACE offer myself as a candidate for cir-
general Is the chief law officer of cuit Judge, by a strong conviction s
;1'' the slat, he also Ia an administrative that there Is a definite work> H
officer of Importance because i that I can do as judge to helpiexpedite I
of the many state boards of which Justice and. by eliminat-i I 1
he I I. a member. CONSTABLEA Ing delays and costly procedure I ELECT
.I The candidate is said to have had I to make proper court action avail-
i a broad experience as a lawyer I able to all citizens upon terms of '
He Is the Immediate past presidentof law enforcement officer In actual money costs that every one I FRANK E. BRYANT
the Florida Bar Association and can meet"Mr
Homestead and the Itedland District I
has served as state governor of Brunstetter was city commissioner
Rotary Clubs and state commander I for 14 years, off and on, Wil-I of Coral Cables from I II CIRCUIT JUDGE
II I liam H. Sykes, local farmer, is a 1933 to 1937 and was mayor from ..., i
candidate for constable of the I 1935 to 1937. Active In civic workIn : r

KELLY PROMISESTO fourth district in the May 7 primary I Miami, he worked for establishment Three :
of the University of I Group
Miami from its Inception and was
BETTER DADE. Mr. Sykes has been a resident of,on its faculty as Instructor of business

Homestead for 31 years He came law and political economy, !
TAX SITUATIONA here from Philadelphia In 1909! for two years At present he Is u I Ii \ '
with his parents. In 1926 he was trustee of the university\ I! His Only Campaign Promise Is !
i I named a deputy sheriff held this The candidate Is a director of''

candidate for Dado Countytax post two years and then became the South Florida Crippled Chlldrens -| Fair Honest and Courageous
a Homestead policeman. I I a ,
collector in the May primaries Society j a trustee o
He served as a patroman under Everglades National Park Asso-1 I
Thomas J, Kelly Miami insurance I various administrations, but returned (|elation, a director of the Miami Y.I I Administration of Justice
agent, laid the "tax situation of to farming eight months MCA,, chairman of the Coral|
Dade County has been giving ago I'Gables division of the Empty |
resident businessmen the jitters for I He Is married and has four dill->I Stocking Fund, past president ot: (PAId by a riiind)
dren. the Miami Lions Club, trustee and.
the past three years and I have I I'
treasurer of the Dade County Com-
entered the at the insistence I
munlty Chest and district governor -
of my lends who are of the DeLand, April 11,- Virginia of Lions clubs for tin southern .
opinion that I could bring abouta I Frick of Homestead was recently district of Florida Ht has j
desired change in the situation circled corresponding secretary ofPhi taken an active part in American
The wholesale issuance of tax I Beta, national women, professional Legion attain, as well ib in numerous -
warrants for the collection of personal I music organization, ,it civic, and religious welfare RE-ELECT
property taxes, is, in my Stetson Urmer.iUheii she is .1 i JCtMtKS j
opinion, unnecessary, particularlywhen I junior Miss Fruk it the daughter -
It adds to the hardships ofd of Mr. and Mr, O M Frick I HEAD THE WANT-ADS:
the taxpayer with unnecessary and I .
excessive fees being charged in addition I Joe Scarboroughthe i

said to the taxes" Mr. Kelly Hear Spessard HollandCandidate

Seeking to recover his health
.' Impaired by wounds received in for People's Candidate
the World War, Mr Kelly came to
Miami In 1919, and established
himself In the Insurance business GOVERNORSPEAK Constable
in which he has since remainedIn
1937 he was elected com
mander of the Harvey Seeds Post, IN HOMESTEADat Hit District, Dade County

American Legion, and was re-
elected in 1938, the only man so FISH FRYin Your Vote and Combined SupportWill

far who has held the office for a HOMESTEAD PARK
second term, The drum and bugle lie Greatly Appreciated
corps, of which he was captain In Thursday April 18-6 P. M.
1929, 1930, 1931, brought publicityto ,
Miami by winning four national FOUND' I 4 ROIFRNOR "Tr..l.orlh> .,d lounxHtw. Not "...Iv Tim.' Subject to the Democratic Primaries In :flay
dervNot Triiruknl In I'olKU.I pfdl.no or 8ub..I., In Krlll.h In
*: championships flMm ."
He is president and founder of (IKien-pt faked from "n ,)1ria'' i 10 I1 I" (I'n"I' Irl."", Mont I, I; 1 I""ni' ,
Pud Political Aclilisunint)
the Dade County School Children's I Politk.1 urwimemom "all' I. r bi O.I. i ,"n' ? f'node of 61-urd i I 11 I..I I
Milk Fund. Under the sponsor- .. : J

BENJAMINAXLEROAD WISEHEARTCandidate Marshall C. J. F. "Fritz" GordonCandidate ]


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era] summers In Homestead with LAWS TO HELP 1 1'I REDLAND F. F. A. for i game which was enjoye; by -
BRYANT SEEKINGCANDIDACY I Ik his brother-in-law and sister is I all participants.
a Junior in the Mercer law school LEWIS VR, NA. ReporterNINNNIM1INNNIIIIINNNINIIIN111MN111,1,111
AS lIe is president of his class, an DADE PROMISED Recently H. A. Aman and John
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k office which he has held for three The regular meeting Monday Lendrum tilled an order for trees :'
president of the Preaident'sClub 'I for I customer further up the east
r CIRCUIT JUDGE and a member of the Blue BY J. F. GORDON Monday night was well attended coast. The order netted there t ,
Key, im honorary fraternity I I and several matters of businesswere nice sum for their labor. ; .'
considered. It was decided

Frank E Bryant, candidate for MHS. IIA LEWIS DIES : A candidate for the state legislature that we will have a Green Hand Preparation for participation by1-1

judge of the circuit court in the in Group One, J. F "Fritz" initiation at our April 22 meeting, our chapter In the sub-district FFA
Mrs. Ila Lewis, 58, formerly of
tournament to be held in Home.
May primaries states that If he
Gordon, Miami attorney : and an executive committee meet-
Homestead, died Saturday at her
stead April 26 Is progressing This
t is elected he will bring Impartial
home at Stuart. She went to "Our people need someone who ing April 15.
'11 justice to the bench because of the Present at this meeting and tak- occasion is for the purpose of
Stuart 15 She main- can fearlessly, courageously and
years ago
act that he has been selecting our sub-district's
never embroiled representatives
ing in it were! Bill Hampton
tained her membership in Royal forcefully represent this portion of
In controversies of the who will participate In
any Harold Hampton, H. A.Aman Rex
Palm Grove, Woodmen's Circle South Florida and demand
of Miami He I the district tournament to be heldIn
city promises
1C a here. secure from the legislature the I Romlne Willis Vkk and Charles
1f "fair honest and ad- Fort Lauderdale May 3.
courageous 1--- passage of laws to benefit Dade Behrens We adjourned at B:40
ministration of Justice County." o'clock. I

I Three months ago Mr Bryant Mr. Gordon said he Is well qualified I i V
r sieving as special master under = ADf3
for election to the post as he I Tuesday afternoon Miami Chapter
I appointment of Judge John W
i has attended the past five sessions I diamond ball team visited us
j Holland of the United States District -
RACE IS ENTERED of the Florida legislature and was
Court, recommended for
p ap- at one time reading clerk In the

(Hii v,' settlement t i" rul under Homestead's of the Its Wilcox bonded entire bankruptcy Indebtedness plan fur- BY M'CASKILL Georgia lowing His platform matters senate of Includes public the Interest fol-: I I i'J -DJiREDD: (( ))

act The hearing of testimony required Improved health facilities, repealof .
him to hold sessions in Ceo E McCaskill
a member of tax and I
the gross receipts no
I HomcKtcod; for several days and he I
the legal fraternity of Miami for substitution therefor: a proper return II
ik well and favorably known here
the past 26 years, Is a candidatefor to Dade County for the tre- I rx
Immediate of theI -
mendous amount of gasoline
judge of th circuit court In
I Dade County Bar Association, Mr
this ,
to the state area
Bryant has been a resident of the the May primaries Increased appropriation for schools Announcingfor

)).. Miami' i area since 1925, when he I lie served as attorney for the i to elimlnlate present crowded

,)1 lame to Miami from Tennessee board of county commissioners for conditions, Improved teachers' ittirement '.
In 1923 he built a home In Coral I better marketing 1W
measures -
about six
Gables md served on the city years beginning In 1917, conditions for the furrier, suchas .;

I .. mmission i in that city from 1930 and was city attorney for Miami avocado bill, old age assistance _

tn 11)15 This was his only venture Beach for six years. In July, 1929, improved labor conditions Reelectionas

into public office in Florida he was appointed county solicitor and water control in the Everglades I
In Tennessee he was a member of
and served about 21 months lie area for protection against
tin) tate legislature from 1913 to of Dad a ,
fire and conservation
admitted to
Is practice In alt courtsof
nnk: : Florida, County's water supply
was born In Bradford, Tennu ", in the federal court and
Mr Gordon is a member of tin
before the supreme court of
1888 and received his Mason, Shrine Elks, Young Demo-
,,, the United States He Is a mem-
ti the
n in public schools I'duco-I COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
cratic Club Historians, Parent-
Normal University ber of the Dade County and Florida -
Bar Teacher Association and other
of Tennessee
University -
organizations lIe Is a deacon 'in
general in all brunches
.w the degree of LL.B. was conferred of the law the First Christian Church of Coral

"i upon him. I lie Gables; IB married and has two
was city attorney of Home-
He has been active In bar association -
children in the public schools
affairs for many years and stead several years ago I District No. 5
I is now a member of the board of, Born and raised on a small farm, s
he obtained tU education by Poll technic Institute and the law
directors of the county bir association -
f lie oleo Is a member ofthe working in school for part of his I school of Stetson University .it .;
the remainder Deland. His family consists of his
American Bar Association and expenses paying ( ,
1 the Florid Bar Association. He Is I from his compensation as a telegraph wife and two children He is a YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE
Mason and member of the Episcopal -
a member of the firm of operator and railroad agent a APPRECIATEDI
Bryant dlt anlo'h was He is a gradual; of Louisiana church. ,
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rioted with his office in the pearlice -
of law I Ililt.
Bryant is a member of the'
American Legion First Christian I w. B. Caves Sr. .

Church Quai'terback's Club Young ELECT :

Democratic Club and the Coral I
Cables Chamber of Commerce
Is married and his a son and't
daughters Candidate for ..

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brother of Mrs Paul Reynolds of' JUSTICEOF '14
Homestead, was elected presidentof I f.1

the student body at Mercer' -1, "t
University in Macon this past l
Mr Richter who has spent sex- I II I

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Friday April 12,1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Seven :

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who will return to their homes in Tuesday to take Mr. Claggett spend a month before lemlng lor I
,North Haven, Con.:.. place here. Collingville, N. Y.
The Ladles' Aid Society ot the Mrs. J. E. Jones of Bellevue, I
Earl Ruhrer suffered
Community Church will serve a Ohio, with her baby arrived Thursday :,
to his hand while tit
benefit supper Friday April 12, at for a visit with her parents, day eenlng.MI'I. .
6:30 o'clock In the Sunday schoolroom Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carpenter.
John Keller :
Mrs Frances Freeman returnedto
Mrs S. A. Valentine and Edward her home in Homestead Sunday Mrs Henry Ilaum :left : !r
their home In t b
Bartholomew left Monday for after a visit of ten days with Mr.
North ford, Conn. They plan to and Mrs. Boyd Cohernour. -- ---
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
I make several stops In Florida
I- on this week fur their home I
their way northDomlnlck Sam Tomassl returned Saturday 1
vllle Mass.
from Boston, accompanied by his
t I De Santia left Mon- ,father-in-law, Tony DePietro, who -:.........-..............
day for Humbodt, Tenn. will make a short visit here
I i UE. : :
Mrs Selma Mattson of Cape Mr. and Mrs. E. Fcrlito and
Sable visited from Tuesday till I and son. Chick, left Wcdncsdav : (
"" Thursday with her son-in-law and for Chester N. Y. E.
.4 daughter, Mr. and Mrs Johnny George :
f Becker, and family Mr. and Mrs. John Szady. who
;; ;; occupied the Clinton garage apart-
r I Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Cloggett and ment during the winter lift for
daughter have moved to Fort the west coast Monday
: :Lauderdale. Mr. Claggett was
transferred to that section by the Mr. and Mrs E. J. Reid and
tr Florida Power& Light Company.H. Baltus Putman lift Monday tot ,,
Wells of Miami arrived on Saint Petersburg where they will

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payers of the City of Homestead, Flor-

ida, that the 1939 City taxes have this

day become delinquent.

: : Unless payment of 1939: taxes is

made before the delinquent list is pub- ;

j lished, additional charges for publica-

tion and (penalty will be added.

All tax payers are urged to pay 19:19: :

City taxes promptly. :

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Page Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 12. 1940i

i I III Social Events in __South Dadei . I

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TO ORLANDO TO TAKE MARRIAGE VOWSMiss "",.ern?""',,.."."_."1......""...,............,.,,I FOR HIGH SCHOOLS' GIRL GRADUATESPlans

-- Apr. 12-Benefit In Flor-
upper for informal .
tea to b Jonea.I
1 Emily Jones, popular teacher 1 Jones of Daytona Beach, and thebridegroom's ida City Community Church at an
given in honor of the girls of the Mrs. W. R. Bird. Mrs. Lawrence
of Homestead High School and aunt and cousin Mrs 630.:
Becker, Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Howard
t Thomas D. Murphy of Miami were 1 I.Cora Stearman of Plant City and Apr. 12-Meeting of Episcopal graduating classes of Homesteadand I'Johnson, Mrs. Paul Reynolds and

married April 4 In the parsonageof ,her daughter Justine. Auxiliary at home of Mrs. John Redland high schooF were Mrs. George Ruehle were appointed -
the Orlando Methodist Churchby The bride wore a red and white I
J Julian.
i made by the University Club ata to serve on the bridge tourna-
the the Rev. C. Fred costume with accessories of blue
pastor Apr. Installation of officers I meeting held at the home of Mrs. tnent committee.

Blackburn ,,and a red rote corsage. ,' of Redland P. T. A. I Lonnie Hood Wednesday evening I Mrs. Hood and Miss Helen
; The marriage was to have taken I The bride Is a native of Georgia
Apr. Townsend Club The tea will be given on Wednesday I Daniel co-hostess served chicken
place In Daytona Beach at the and she was graduated from Agnes I
In Neva King Cooper May B, from 4 to 8 o'clock at salad, potato chips, crackers olives
; home of the bride's parents Mr Scott College in Decatur Ga. Be-
torium at 2:30: o'clock. meetln'l the home of Mrs. A. A. Payne In and Iced tea on a long table on the
and Mrs Malcolm D Jones, but ,fore coming to Homestead she
Porvertir. Mrs Payne and Tier porch. The color scheme used wall
plans were changed when Illness taught for a time In Plant City Apr. 15 Meeting of I II
daughter Miss Elinor, will behostesses. red white and yellow, and the
: prevented Mr. Blackburn from High School She Is a member of Club. .
i small
Club of Homestead. Apr. IS Social meeting of place cards were pennants.
t making the trip to Daytona Beach. the University I
Miss Payne and Miss Lois Present were: Mrs. B. G. Dye,
Mr Blackburn is the father of E. The bridegroom, a native of Junior Woman'i Club of Home- I
Behrens were appointed to arrange Mrs James Bird, Mrs. E. B. Black-
B. Blackburn of the HomesteadHigh West Virginia and a World War stead. I
for transportation for the seniors. I:burn Mrs. Paul Reynolds Mrs.
r School faculty a veteran has been engaged In construction Apr. IS-Meeting of HomesteadB.
brOther-ln-// ; The program Wednesday eve- Frank Webb, Mrs. Lawrence
In P.W.C.
law of the bride. enterprises Michiganand
ning was on Florida beauty spots.Miss : Becker, Mrs. Frank Hausman Mrs.
I, Present at the wedding were: has spent the winter In Miami. Apr. 16-Meeting/ of W. M. S. '
Helen Daniel told of Silver Rudolph Msttsnn Mrs. George
the bride's her brother..1 1 They will probably make their circles.
t parents Springs; Mrs. Howard Johnson of Polk, Mrs. W. R. Bird, Mrs. J. R.
17-Homestead P. T. A.
Hamilton Jones and Randolph home In Miami. Apr.
election meeting. Key West; and Mrs. Julian H. Rutland Mr. H. G Thurman Mrs.

Webster, of Bok tower Mrs. B. Theo J. Bleler, Mrs. Willard Fi-
19 H. H. S. band
Apr. concertat
ART GROUP ORGANIZES AND ELECTS 8 p. m. in school auditorium.Apr. M. Hindman the president, pre- field Mrs. W. B. Mills Mrs. Ben

I OFFICERS AT MEETING AT WEBB HOME I 19-Meeting of Ad Astra sided. Archer, Mrs. Webster, Mrs. Hind-

1 Chanter O. E. S. Mrs. J. R. Elliott, Mrs. E. man Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Johnson

Blackburn and Mrs Frank Mrs. Miss
Mis Ruehle Hood
Apr. 20 Homestead Woman'sClub
Those who plan to attend the art the art courses Is Invited to the Junior man were appointed to select B'I Bertha Nil! Hausman Miss Elea-
and Woman Club
new Chamber of Commerce build- club's bridal to Mrs. Miss Daniel and
r courses secured from the Florida I benefit dance in Chamber of Com- I gift nore Holferty
Ing where Clarence Wooten of D. Murphy, the former Miss Miss Behrens.
Art Project through the efforts of merce building at 10 o'clock.
Instruction In
\ Miami will give
!Mrs Frank Hauvman and Mrs. Apr. 20-P. T. A. school of Instruction -
4 sketching and painting on Fridays in Miami Edison High P. T. A. MEMBERS ARE ASKED TO ATTEND
Frank Webb met Tuesday morningit -both forenoon and afternoon. I
School at 10 a. m.
the Webb home to organize an Classes will be held after school I FIVE-HOUR SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTIONA
Apr. 23 Special meeting of
art club. Mrs Hausman served as hours for teachers and school '
[ thuirmimMri. I! children. Woman's Club of Homestead with five-hour school of instruction the school's cafeteria.

Bon Archer was elected The only expense to the Home- I Homestead High School senior will be conducted in Miami Those who can attend were requested -
class as honor guests. to notify Mrs M. F. White
pu'sidvnt; Mrs. Webb vite-prosi- I stead group Is a charge for theInstructor's I Edison High School on Saturday
\ Apr. 24-Meeting of Lily Bow who will arrange for transportation. -
i presi-dent und Miss Phyllis Parman, I
Book Review Club In library at of next week by a field secretaryof .
[ *iftnrv-treasurcr Those present were: Mrs R.
R.I 8pm the National Congress of Parents
:Mi-. Russell Anderson, Mrs. Kinard. Mrs. B. E. Gatlm, The executive committee voted
I Apr. 25-Meeting of Dorcas Class and Teachers, President W. 'to buy three medals for the local
Paul Hi'vnulds und Mrs Fred Suber I Harry B Benty Mrs. Webb, Mrs
with Mrs H, Collier.
| win appointed' ; to serve as n ways H.iuiman M J ft Mrs Suber, R. Bird told the members of the junior high school's oratorical contests -
Apr. 25 Meeting of Junior
T .11111! means committee, and Mrs I Mrs AnderscW. fvlrs. Field, Mrs ; Homestead P. T. A. executive committee ; .
Music Club with Mrs. Bevo Webb.
1 Il.msmnn, Mrs. Frank Skill and i Reynolds, Mil Jln-her and Mist at its April meeting Homestead's program over
I Apr. 29-Meeting of Jennie Lob-
I Mrs. Curl Field, as a membership Pa rman. *fa**' ,nesday afternoon New wed-I WIOD will be given at 10:43: on
Circle at home of Mrs. Bruce
[ uimmlttee After theTKlHjHng the members of the P. T. A. especially, May 18, Mr. Bird announced.

[I, Mrs. Webb is head of a committee I went to the CliarriBfcr of Commerce Ennis. I room mothers and executive board I. Mrs. Jane Nesbitt health chair-
I May 3 Meeting of Episcopal I
ft which will be appointed to draw building to decide on a suitable,Auxiliary. members should attend, Mr. Bird man, announced that Mrs G. O.

up by-laws. location fur the ciuWs studio The! !said. The meeting will begin at Brewster will co-operate with the
I I May University Club tea
i The club decided to hold monthly final selection, it was decided, will! 10 o'clock and a twenty-five cent I P T. A. by giving eye tests In the
from 4 6
to o'clock at home of
program meetings. I be left to Clarence Woolen who I Mrs A. A. Payne. I:cold plate lunch will be served in j schools without charge

3 Every one interested in taking is to instruct the art classes. I



I On Monday at 12:15 the Homestead ,
The officers of the Young People Professional1Women's 'tertained with a bridge party at JACK POLK-HOWARD JOHNSON )
Business and
j of the Homestead PresbyterIan I their home on Kings Highway I Phones 30 and 9101-Homestead. Fla.
Club will hold the first
Church will be Installed at a Tuesday evening. Mrs A. i
I of Its luncheon I
monthly meetings. iI'
candle light service at the church Payne and B. M Hmdman A'I
It will be served at Avocado Lodge I pm
I ti.. Sunday night at 7:30.: high score prize winners, and Ayofi ,

i'. on Redland road.P. .__ i Ceo D. Ruehle and J. R.
:Miss Irene Jackson will be Installed y0

president, Miss Athley T. A. TO HUE I got the second prizes. BrOOk"j O U

Kemp, Nice-president.; Miss Wanda BAKE SUE SATURDAY Guests were: Mr. and With this combination

Sickle, secretary, and Miss I laJt The Homestead P. T. A. will !) N Wakcfield, Mr and t that morning shave becomes t ,wends, I"
M Frick, Dr and Mrs Frank I
T .'m Irwin. treasurer hold a bake sale in front of pledsent as your first cup of coffee. "'-a .
It Dr. B. E. Gatlin will speak on Brown's Pharmacy Saturday. beginning :, H.iusmun Mr. and Mrs. Frank w rcrr

the topic "Faithfulness, In Duty. at 10 o'clock Mrs. Win I IMusselvvhite I Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Mr I TUBE LAVENDER f

:Miss Lois Bohrcni, retiring president and Mrs. Pauline and Mrs. Hmdman Mrs. Tom SHAVING CREAM ,'' '

p will have charge of the pm1(1.1"1. Hmmun ate in charge of the Lindsay, Mr. Payne and Mrs .i
I Ruehle. 7
sale. I and package KIENZO ":

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.h "" Super-Thin BLADES .

.r Dr. R. J. Elliott

CHIROPRACTOR I I i 1 35C 6n fd' Q
fit > FOR

llornx Ride Homestead
site tatB D.se stoat


F I No rood fe ge starved for PA-PI-A SODAS, SUNDAES

{I Irk ....1 *,!*.. U. 0. Saccharin
Benefit Woman's Club .
:: Tablets ai e /atte AND DRINKS
without effect. One bolt-
\ grain /ablepeal.. 2I..p..I.

Building Fund -r. tug". t


TABLETS >i> h at Pry

Jack Eby's Orchestra fluW/ rot too OF 3 t k S tCL

prtllLtlt oj ***1
,tylie. ;t
q .w ,
TOIl can "do IhlngV with rout or

hair after It has been given a SPRING TABS be 64 d't"w.oaWosro "
ed..r to
Saturday April 20 1 Shelton Permanent Wave. Ira 1. 16.1. ( /yaiaaMriah are

easy handle and loots lowhj Ira6uN gveaoubl.
at *. We recommend /I M.1 ?
10 P. M. UNTIL helton Thermlque CraqulgnoO for years for removing Used in. C euo.of.N%@ -.0 9 "-

UtvrsTRICE'S fecund ...1. n e spring gorrtt.6Y Po 1
L..1 ah..p.. Tlota-MuI".11o c- ....dieiH.
Chamber of Commerce Building snake Box Of ,ctpl oo to

.fare. 15100

$1.50 Per Couple or Stag 1l I It II." MrCnr Afr..-Allc* 8b r.H
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April 12. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE_ Page Nine_ Lr

Reports on u training class for ;
---- Presbyterian Auxiliary officer i
r Social EventsHOMESTEAD I'I Mn J. D. Redd was re-elected I 1 Mrs. West and Mrs. Fifield sang were given at a meeting of the ;

president of the Monday Music I II "The Blue Dunube' by Strauss to Auxiliary on April 4 at the homeof .11 I
I Club at a meeting held at the home I accompaniment by Mn. W. B. Mrs. Frank Hathaway in Goulds :
of Mn. W. M. Fifield Monday Mills Mrs. Herman Minks playedtwo The class was held in Miami, and
afternoon when with Mn. S. L. violin solos, "II Trovature" by report were given by Mrs. A. F
WOMAN'S CLUB COMMITTEE I Weal Mn. W. R. Bird and Mr*. Verdi and "Bercune Slave" by Arthur, president, Mr*. Geo. D.
APPOINTMENTS FOR YEAR ANNOUNCED Fifield were hostesses. : Neruda. Mrs. Wm. Musaclwhile Ruchle and Airs.' T. L. Hodge v
I Other officer re-elected wore: I sung "Gaily Chants the Summer i I|: Others present at the meetingwere
Mrs. H. K. Foulk president of ,of the year stated. For the first Mr*. Clarence Gray, first vice-! Bird" by De Plans and "Trees" by! : Mrs B. E. Gatlln Mr A.
the Woman' Club of Homestead, time the club selected a poet president; Mrs. H. C. Nichols, sec- Rdshbach to accompaniment byj I IMra. F. Darling Mrs. F Robinson, Mrs I
laureate, Mrs. L. L. Bow. It do- ond vice-preildent; Mr. Lloyd Elder. Nettie Wall Mn. J. R. Hickson,
appointed committee chairmen for nated money to two scholarshipfunds Deitz, recording secretary; and The program number were an- Mn. J. M. Holferty Mrs. Carl F. )
the coming ;year at a meeting the federation's scholarship Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson, treasurer., nounced by Mr. Nichols. Mi** Robinion Mn. W. H. Owen, Mn \
Tuesday afternoon in the club and the Vera Simmons Mr. Lee H. Lehman was elected Bertha Nill Hausman and Mn. J. A. Ricks, Mrs. C. L. Och>y, Mrs .
house. scholarship. A club flower was,corresponding secretary. Mrs. Fi- Geo. N. W kcfield gave current ;N. VanGelderen, Mn R. E. Trotter )
chosen-the red hibiscus. field Is parliamentarian, and Mn. events. and Mrs R. Y Burr. ,
The new chairmen are: Miss I Carl F. Robinson, liistoilnn Mrs Those present nt the meeting i
Pearl Whitaker, civic affairs; Mrs Members present At the meet-
H. K. Foulk Mn. W. E. Rheney Mrs. Lonnlo Hood Mn
were: i.
A. F. Arthur, membership; Mrs.|,ing were: Mrs. T. J. Faust Mrs. 1 !
and MU Bertha Nill Hausman C. Hagler Rice, Mrs. R E. Edwards.
W. E. Mrs Alma Shetz- i
A. Gude, house and grounds; Mis i Rheney I
1 were chosen u a program com- Mr*. Carl Wagner Mn Sam J. I.
R. R. Kimnd, visiting and flow- llnc. Mrs. Foulk, Mrs. Gatlin, Mrs.
ers; Mrs. A. M. Logan junior department ; Hmdman, Mn. Robinson, Mrs.llairis .\mittee. Davis, Mn. Frank Webb Mrs. I d
Mrs. B. E. Gatlin
two J. R.
gave Frank HuumiHii Mrs Rut-
Mrs Brooks Mrs. Kinard.MI'8.
Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe,
program;; Mrs. R. J. Elliott, pressand I i Anderson, Mrs. Helnlein' ,1 reading, "The Tramp" Musician"and land Mrs Lewis Bi.indrnbuiK. I Ernest R. Graham j ji
"Chinese Love with piano Mrs. Dcvo Webb. Mis. T J. F.mst
Arthur Mrs
Mn. Ruegg, Mrs. ,
publicity; Mrs. E. J. Dyal, l ,
aviation Mrs. W. W. Hastings Cude, Mrs Butler, and Mrs: I accompaniment by Mrs. Vane Harris Mrs Geo. M FliCk, Mis W...k-
; Mrs. J. A. Elder played "Prel- field, Mrs. H. Collier, Mr .1. Tom
resolutions Mrs. Geo W. Harris, Drawdy. .
; ude" by Liszt and "Valse" and Vann, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Foulk tin '
scholarship; Mrs. Emmett Crow- "Black Key Etude" by Chopin. Mills, Mrs. Musttlwhitc. M i' a. i
book Mrs. Call LOCAL WOMAN'S: CI.fBSTO
son scrap ; Drawdy. Mrs. Foulk sang "Spring' Awakening" Elder, !Mrs. Gatlin Mrs Deitz. Mis
library; Mrs. B. M. Hmdman, education I GIVE DANCE APRIL 20 by Sanderson to accompaniment Lehman, Mrs. Redd, Mrs HutchInson i I
Mr*' J. D. Perkins, way i A benefit dance sponsored by by Mn. Julian H. Webster Mrs. Nichols Mrs. Harris,
and means; Mrs. H. Ruegg, beautification the Woman's Club of Homesteadand and Mrs. Webster played a !Mr. Rheney, Mm lldusmim and I e
Mrs. W. R. I
; Anderson Junior Woman's Club of piano solo "The Serf by Men. the hostesses. : '
art Mrs. H. Heinlein
; conservation -
Homestead will be held on April
; Mrs. J. F. Hammett, welfare; .r> I
20 In the new Chamber of Com-
and Mrs J. J. Robinson, year' P. T. A. WILL ELECT ATTEND MEETINGAT
merce building. The money will NAUTILUS HOTEL !
book. The club officers will act OFFICERS WEDNESDAYThe
I be used in reroofing the club \
as the advisory committee, and house. Homestead P. T. A. will Mn. Cina Stewart. Mrs Roy

Mrs. M F. White Mrs. Henry, hold Its annual election Wednes- Chandler, Mrs. Charles Clinton,
Johnson and Mrs B. E. Gatlin Committee chairmen from theWoman's day afternoon at 3 o'clock.A Mrs. Virgil Lyon, Mn J. F HAm- Mss 1i
Club ere Mn. J. R.
will be the official hostesses. :' Brooks, general chairman; Mrs. feature of the program will mett, Mrs. Den Archer, Mrs Dave p
It was decided that the be solo Drisklll Ann Lee attended
club R. R. Kinard, refreshments; Mrs. a by Wolfe Kufeldt and Miss -
assisted by tlie Junior Club will : T. J. Faust, decoration; Mrs. J. "Miami's own tenor. Miss Eula a B. P. W. C district meet-
sponsor a dance at the Chamberof D. Perkins, tickets; and Mrs. R. Ray' room \Mill give a safety ing at the Nautilus Hotel In MiAmi
Commerce building on April iJ. Elliott, publicity. number. Beach Sunday
20. The profit will be used to repair -I I After the meeting the group
Committee chairmen from the
the roof of the clubhouse. I ti JUNIOR WOMAN'S: CLUB formed 8 theatre party at the
Junior Woman' Club who will
Mrs. W. R. Anderson, reported Olympia.
I I work with the senior club are TO HAVE SOCIAL MEETING:: I
that thirty-four dollars was cleared ,
at the series of bridge partiessponsored Mrs T. J. Walker, general chairman The social meeting of the Junior :
by the club. Mn. J. R.I ; Mrs. Burley Dendy, refreshments Woman's Club of Homestead will e 1 TO
Brook reported that $17 was ; Mrs. Augustus Wynn, decorations be held at the Homestead Country
cleared from the selling of the I ; Mrs. Robert Glenn, Jr., Club Monday night. Hostesses for 1 1
coffee set. tickets; and Miss Pearl Whitaker, the evening are Mn. R. E. Sherard, STATE SENATE
publicity. Mrs. Harold Oxford and Mrs. An I
Mrs. Hindman, Mrs. Wolfe, Mrs.
Jack Eby's orchestra from Miami sel' Barrow. r
Elliott and Mn. Robinson were
appointed to revise the bylaws.At will provide the music. IT. 15 I Subject t* Urnwmtte
the next meeting on April Primary, lila, 7

High School graduating class will AT PARTY j The T. E. L. Class of the First I
be honor guests, and Mrs. W. B. Baptist Church of Homestead discussed -
The Wesley Fellowship Class of There is no
Mill will have charge of the program Homestead Methodist Church was I plan for raising money for EQUALJUSTICE i ii
the building fund of the church at i I for
given a party in the Sunday school
Mn. Annie R. Butler and Mn. a meeting Thursday of last weekat
building Tuesday evening by Miss I
Carl Drawdy were hostesses for Helen Moye, Miss Marybelle Gibbs the home of Mrs. A. D. Smith. TO ALL I PerformancePaid
the afternoon. Those Mn. S. A.
and Miss Mary McNeill. present were:
An increase of twenty-five mem- King Mrs Hollister Sage, Mrs.
Lloyd Field, the president, con-
bers over last year was reportedin
Catherine Pickard, Mrs. Quintile
( Political Adv )
ducted short business session.
the annual report of the secretary a Sherard, Mrs Laura Davis, Mn Able Is.yes,busrttr.nun.emu cnwttrU .
Mn. Arthur. Singing contests' and games" were wa< cunm Cm Prwident Siati
/Annie R. Butler Mn. S. H. Fitch
played during the Straw- TVnthct and fenmrd eseevm e.
During the past year the club evening. and Mrs Smith. hat rv
has placed plates on trees dedi- berry shortcake was served as a i, I ,... -. READ THE WANT-ADS
cating them to Mrs. Geo. Ranson, refreshment course. I
Mrs. E. C. Loveland, the late Mrs Those attending were; Mr. and IV Dr. Leonard W. Masking I
E. A. Ennis, the late Mrs. J Mc- Mrs David Williams, Mr. and Mrs. sp.ei.ll.ine I. I.. s.I.. .. i
Cready and the late Mrs. S. F. Field Mrs. Casper Williams, Mrs rotting and Rp.oring ofGLASSES
Matthews. A bronze plate' was'Alton Home Mrs Wm. A. Kissam.!/ .1 In Life

placed' on the bookcase t that Mis Annette Dcgleman MisS s 141 N. F fir* St.. MlMl rift ,
housed the beginnings of the orig- I Antionette Moye !Miss Robert I twBpUtelf: Air Condltlvnt. .4
inal Homestead library, a summitrY Cast. Roy Nelson and the hostesses Cotn..I.nl T- iI fI

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South Daders! I RELIABLEi I i

competitive strife extra quality

Elect i wins. Six months will place you aheadof

i DRY CLEANING AND the crowd.

i LAUNDRY SERVICECaves j Why be satisfied to sec jour friends

Bulldlnr. Homestead succeed and )ou remain at the foot of

Cleaned the hill?

to HatS and Blocked 45 CSllitS

Get our terms-pay after position is

LEGISLATUREGroup and Cleaned Pressed. 49C secured.

Summer prices now on.

2 Dresses Cleaned and Pres8ed. 49c Make yourself worth more. Then ask

A land owner in your more.

area for nearly twenty 2 PC. Dresses 59c
Cp Judge us by our pupils-over five hun

years.All dred are living examples.

Shirts lOc
his life a norldJn.110" Position> or money back guarantee is
how to present Dade
County's needs to North Florida still open.HOMESTEAD.
representatives In a Ian- I Damp Wash, 12 lbs---------lie
gnats they ran understand.

; SCHOOL NEEDS A : Flat Work, lb. _ _ _7c BUSINESS COLLEGE


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BAPTIST CHOIR MEMBERS: opened her home on Silver Paint
sented with a gift from the chapter -
; HAVE SHRIMP: SIPPER drive to this group on Friday,
ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS The choir of the First Baptist April S. The girls with their
Julian H. Webster
Mrs played
Church of Homestead held a leader, Miss Small hiked Iron
I several numbers and Mri
I several shrimp fry at the municipal parkon school to Mrs. Hennlngton's home
: MR. AND MRS BYRON CLIFTON HONORED Herman violin selections Marks to played accompaniment Thursday of last week. where they were refreshed with,

BY PRINCETON YOUNG PEOPLE'S CLASS played by Mrs Webster. Those attending were: Mr. and Iced with punch Mrs. Hennington and sandwiches and, Miss then
Mrs A. E Campbell, Mr. and Mrs
Those at the meetingwere
-- present Small they explored a nearby
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs. Byron Clifton of Mr*. Clayton Underwood. Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs A. R. Lhlngiton R.Harry E. Edwards Schauberger Mr and Mrs. E. L. hammock to gather nature material
Jesse Underwood Mrs Ella Home Mr. and Mrs W B. Caves, Upon returning the younger
honored with
Princeton were a Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. H. Collier
Miss Evelyn Chambers Miss Ethel j Mr. and Mrs Chas. G Turner, Mr. girls spread the picnic lunch.
J. R. Rutland Mr.
and Mrs.
miscellaneous shower by members and Mrs E. J. Norman Mrs Frank Mr .
Anderson Miss Marie Mathls, Mrs Dex- After this repast H rest period ensued
D. Smith
of the Young People's Clam of Mis Wilma Thompson Miss Schneider Mrs R. W. Mullms and Mr A. Mrs at which time the girl studied
C. T.
Princeton Nazarene Sunday Frances Cowan Miss Corrine Mrs A. R. Meybem. Mrs Lloyd ; ter Home Mrs Miss Harper Elizabeth and observed the constellations.Next .
the Miss Cash Miss Deltz Mrs Ceo W. Turner Jr., I W. D. Home
school April 4 In Princeton Cash Josephine Horne and J. Q. Caldwell on schedule was the rehearsal -
Cate. Mrs Clifton until her recent Naomi Home MIlS Anna Lou Mrs Harbert Katz Mrs. Harold
marriage was Miss Esther Horne. Johns, Miss Maybell Home Miss Sheffield Mrs Jones Miss Lucille ..............................................."'......""""..,,,,,, will give of at a an skit assembly which the programin troop

Prize winners in contest were I Murray Miss Mizell, Leonard Far- Drlggers Miss Alice Macombcr Redland Girl Scouts Redlund school. Later a "MajorBowe'sprogram"
Miss Eleanor Murray Miss Naomi ; ley Bob Jeffers and Irwin Oandy.I Misses Esther and Helen. Livingston WAGNER was enjoyed until -
Home, Miss Merle Mutll and Mr. Those sending gifts were: Mrs and R. G Moon. KATHLEEN
!I .....?. ............................... tap was blown on the bugle by
Clifton Games also were played. I, Waudell Peeples, Mrs. Henry Kathleen Wagner and lights were
Those present were: Mr. and French, Miss Annie Kerfoot Mini :MRS V. :H GRENNELL.: JR. Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: Kath- out at 10 o'clock.
Mis Ira King, Mr und Mrs. Clifton Mary& Fisher Miss Cleo Chubbs, CUES PARTY FOR DAUGHTER 'leen Wagner blew revlelle calling
I Revlelle sounded at 7 a. m., and
Mr. Alcthii Campbell Mrs, I Misses Joyce and ClaudIne Mil Troop 38 to order. The troop wel-
Mrs Virgil M. GrlnncII Jr.. entertained the older girls prepared a de-
Julia Mathls Mrs. Ray Benson liard and Norman Benson. 'comed five new members Teenie
at her home
Saturdayin licious breakfast. After breakfastan
Torbert Lena Belle Bonds Kate
honor of the first birthday an- hour was spent In studying the
t RIDLANU P, T A. TO INSTALL(Harry Brown Mrs. Cecil Lee MI'I.I I niversary of her daughter Coy Gautier Martha January and requirements for certain badges.

OFFICERS THIS AFTERNOON j 1\ Lula Free, Mrs. J. A. DaUgherty.1IMrs. Lou Verna Faye Anderson. Eloulse At 10 a. m. the girls returned home.
Robinson gave a brief report on a I
The officers of the Redland P. T. E. Kirby, Mrs Wm. Neely Suzanne Warner and Henry Olsen the troop had at Mrs C. FHennlngtons Those present were: Rosemary
T A will be installed at a meet- I Mrs. Alton Home Mrs. C. won prizes in outdoor games camp home Friday and I Hennington, Marie Rogers, Kath-

ing this afternoon In the school Lawrence, Mrs. Augustus 11'1' A white birthday cake, which Saturday. ryn Levy Elvlia Burry Grace
audItorium. Mrs Edw Brooker Jr., Mrs Burry Elouise Robinson, Louise
made of three decorated
was tiers was -
gil M. Grennell Jr., Mrs Charles The troop discussed finances and
The room mothers of the Red- with pink rose buds and Robinson, Marlon Decca Evelyn
Burnes, Mr*. Wm McMichael, Mrs. collected money for badges. Dur-
land schools will meet with Mrs. i candle In Gossman Melba Collins, Mary
.t D. E, Bashor roost mother chairman I D L Bowen, Mrs J, M Holding, I candle one yellow holder Individual a crystal decorated ing the business session a hike Miner Kathleen Campbell Charlotte .

at her home Monday afternoon Sr. Mrs. J, M. Holding, Jr., Mrs. cakes with Ice cream were was planned for Thursday afternoon Murray and Kathleen Wagner -

I: at 3 p. m. to make plans for I Doyle Mrs. Brown, Miss Maude served. The favors were green .
Canady Miss Myrtle Mooon Mrs The being closed
fl rummage sale, meeting was
f and white hat and pipe cleaner
r' 'Williams nnd Mrs. Lyon. dolls by the singing of taps when Mrs I First Soldier: "You look sad,

MRS H4A8 RE-LI FCTFD 'I Those sending gifts were: Mrs.J. Harry Gossman walked In with a ; Bill. What the matter?"
Mrs. assisted
BY EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY: 'L. Burton Mrs. J. D. Redd Mrs. V. M. Grennell was and Miss by lovely surprise of home baked Second Soldier: "Well, I have

1 Mrs W' K Haas was reelectedpresident Mrs Carl Anderson, Mrs. Robert Sallle McMichael. cakes and Iced punch. sent my girl two letters a day ever
of the Woman Auxil- !i Dareing Mrs. Orlando Wollam I This was enjoyed by Lena Belle since I enlisted and now ihe married -
iaiy, of St. John Episcopal Church !I Mrs. Wayne Adams, Mrs. II Pierre Small guests present were: Mary Bonds, Hazel Johns Knthleen !the "postman Ex. f
,( .,it a meeting held Friday at the I i McDnniel Mrs. Geo. Gilbeitson :!Lou Lawrence Martha Jane Gault. I II Campbell, Marie Rogers, Tee _

borne' of Mrs. H.ns ,m RedlandMii I Mrs. E. F. Mix, Mrs. NormanHcndiv ;I Stephanie Everett Juanita ana I Torbert Sarah Vihlen Mirth'. j
John Julian was electediiiniesldint 1 Mrs Edw. Biooker Sr., 'Ann DC Berry. Robin Field Helen I January Rosemary Hennin I",1, oti'a'Ater FRASER Say's : jI
t \' : Mis Gpo N, Wake- Mrs T. T. Bowen, Mis M D. Grace Home. Suzanne Warner I I Kathryn Levy, The I m II John
: told. nutiiv} : and Mrs. Henry I icubsen. Miss Vein Delk Miss Ann McOl'lIth. Evelyn Basis. Bruin ,I Marion Decca Kate Gautlci, V"Ij i / I
Ih""k" Jr tin incr Alta Vinn Miss Fxelyee Dtlimner Wynn, Henry Olsen and Johnny Anderson Grace Burry I "\1, I

I Mrs R F Blnikf"id was elect- md Mis Melba Sever Newton. I Robinson. Eloul.so Robinson I II"" t

l lU legate' to the annual i Other Kiown-ups pre8l'nl.re: Singleton, Charlotte Muir,\\'. ;yi i 1
r Ii l '''ll'ln (vnit'pntuni \l'hl'h111 ,WOO 11\\: \i'S CIRC'It. GIVES MIS. Wayne Adams Mrs Guy I ba Collins Rosemary Bulk Elf "-
li held 1 in Fort Pieice this month SHOWER I'OR MRS. C.OIWIV: I Exeictt Mrs. Clifton DtBeiryMM Burry Barbara Wright Etch l lGossman ,

\1fl'lInk Hiuimm also will itt Mrs R. L Godwin was honored Lloyd Field Mrs Alton and Kathleen Wipi, i pt, ; f !l
t tl'"d. "with a surprise miscellaneous Home Mi" Augustus Wynn,
L :\ called meeting will be held shower at her home Thursday Mrs Helrv Olsen Mis J. H Newton I Scouts Enjoy Slumber Party

:1}\ this' afternoon at the home of Mrs ('night by niwnWi of the Woidmms Miss Birdie, Horne and Miss Mrs. C. F Hennmgton, assistant' 1 I
i ,lulmn" in Goulds I| Circle Mrs. Godwin who Goaldl Gicnncll leader of the Redland Girl Scouts

Those present at the meeting Is a past pfisicT-nt of the circle
: WHO Mrs Lee H, lehman Mrs ;will undergo a1 major operation!
W J, Clark. Mrs Ed\v. Stilling, Mrs (next week.

R B. Brown Mis Frank Kingin I I Those present were: Mi nd Roscoe BrunstetterCandidate I'
,in. Mrs Wm. Smvthe, Mrs i Mrs. J. Curl Mr und Mi s Ray FREE

II"lusman. Mis (' H Denby Kelly Mrs Bessie Sanderson Mi, Ir C0.CE1
Bertha Denby Mrs\ .I. A. [J. T. Martin Mrs. W D tokci for T

Mis Cuitis Mrs Julian MrS'1, Mrs Cecil Vaughn and I\h. Oud T0.11ORROW
ikefield: Mrs Hns and. win.

Nixon. : Those who sent gifts Iwrl" MiO CIRCUIT COURT

Oldendorf. Mrs Art Rei[ hen
MRS ItM\N MlttHMS Mrs. Geo Wlngatc Mi- ( ; (l' ra Group 1
JlOSORtIT "'110\\ lit Pray and Miss Pearl Whit.ik" i in I

Nil' L vnnn Williams was hon.otcd -
s Publicly pledged to:
with :i miscellaneous shower .\ .\STR\ ('II \PUR HONORS
I.-S.e that all persons. regardless of financial standing, hate :
min In Mrs Virgil Lyon at the STATE on J( ENS escort from the,. radio and sears
equal access to this Court to enforce their right and secure
1 home or Mr, Wllh:urn on Wednesd Miss Father Livingston.I I> i Justice, urreoar.bean, In aPPearine Hollywood, wit.short, fRgAt thelhavt

d afternoon i man of the stale M.I is im I 1"111'" Eliminate legal technicalities and simplify court procedure

.. Miry Doyle and Mrs. H i fund and Mrs. :Marie Junes 01 Jt.-Reduce' court routs and expense I TRY'TOMORROW
!V Brown Sr.. were prize win- Miami grind instruct "f O F S. 4.-t:xpedite settlement' and trial of cases I
I'I.iris m a contest. I District 29 were honored ,it a 5.-E.f'rclo.' true Impartiality! In the wise and humane administration I
APRIL 13th
I'uiuli. cake and candy were InN'tlllot Ad Vsti',i chapter Flirt of Justice
lUlrt I II .ix' night in tin I O O F l hill (Paid Politic. Advertisements i I II
: I 1'""s,. ,1"1'1, mil' :Mis Anna. The i.ffiius" gaffes hindkriih,ifI II PUBLIC SQUARE

R Hut],i Nil' l'lil..n i,: (Hi n"I'I'\.1 ,I h"1 l'' to .hint th,'"i, allpro| mi'loll. I _I followln. 1 hours and Plaero
:1 1\11. :N .I Hn'":i Mi, W .T I r". the 111 1111,1,, I ,.n tliMiami \ had 11''I'd I PEKHINEHOXIEHTEAD: 10.00 A. M. I
: "arkl'l1"" I \ i h' ,'Id Mli..l: I tei ,lid I, lu.,1 II ,:" 1"1 ('- II'M A. M
Hear these noted entertainers'

I' and a brief talk on State Issue


Mean Guaranteed Used Cars
SUNDAY. APRIL 14-2 P. :H.- a'Cront Park W73LTERFRASER


!' Dr. Francis E. Townsend
; sit 1937 FORD VTOV PICKUP-Motor In A-l condition, cab
)'; body, lire O. K i side rack on body; 1940 ta,. FOR GOVERNOR

,A and

11 Aft''t 1936 TERRAPLANE COUPE-Lliht green finish, straw seat
covers 1940 tag; a sporty looking car.
Jerry W. Carter

1935 PLYMOUTH TtDOR-A real buy at the price; In good
II' tl Will Speak I ihape.

IJ (All **'to Free
P'' JERRY TARTER 1935 FORD TUDOR SEDAN-In first class condition throuch-

REMEMBER : Sunday, 2 P. :M.; Ba> front Parkat
1934 CHEVROLET DELUXE TtDOR 8EDA real ear at
foot of Flagler Street in Miami "
the right price: new blue paint; new seat cover; new ta"
floor mat. 1940 tag.
Hear Jerry Carter Speak r

IN HOMESTEAD Bird] 'Chevrolet Co.

Legion Park, Tomorrow 8 P. 31.

Oldest Chevrolet Dealer on Florida East Coast

(Paid Political Advertisement Homestead, Florida Telephone 98
I Ihe ,ts fait is toPag.T Prager


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April 12.1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven

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Homestead High to Give i iWQAM Mary Ellen Dearing, Dorothy Sullivan CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CIIIKCII l
|' Hilda Dodson and Frances RATE: First Insertion 10* a line, subsequent insertion
Program Apr. 26 April 14 Le-uon-eermon :
t Rutland sang two numbers, "Ken- 5* a line
"Are and
Ilucky Babe" and Sing Little topic Sin Disease
A radio will be drain Real?"
program pre-
| Banjo. Mr. Hmdman played two
tented by the ipeech class of -
numbers on the piano I
Homestead High School under the METHODIST CIIIRCII RENT FOR SALE

direction of Mr. E. B. Blackburn. F. F. A } EATS ALLAPATTAHThe Apr. 14-11 a. m. theme, "A

The program will be on "Democ- F. F. A. diamondball team String AmblUon" 1."lalan. HOUSE FOR SALE One t h r e -horsr
In Redland; modern conveniences -
rscy." It will be broadcast over beat Allapattah 9 to 0 last Friday them and other musical Hum- $10 a month. Blocks, power International engine; one

WQAM Friday April 26, on the I 1in Miami. They will play Fort ben by vested choir. S p. m. Inc., Phone 78-R. (AJtf) 1000-gnl Myers pump; one KM).

American School of the Air pro- Lauderdale Tuesday April 9. theme, Revrrrnce Human pound Ice box (practically news ; I

1 ;8m. The Reader's Guide is used Life," the sixth sermon on peacocks all ages See MauL its
FOR RENT Furnished
for reference. I Miss Williams art classes are the 'Ten Comnundmrnts' garage White, Peacock Lodge Red !

enjoying the making of plaster of which are to be Interpretednot apartment. Ground floor. Mrs lands. (paU

paris tiles They also enjoy their in narrow sense of old religious I V. D. Lyon. (al2)

Will Sponsor Concert I work in pastels Her home room faith of thirty centuries FOR SALE-Solid concrete block

Next Friday Evening bought a season ticket to the ato but In terms of ton RENT-Stoie at 99 Krome building at 99 Kinme Ave between ;

I basketball gimes broader Christian Interpretation Ave. See Owner, Mis Eva Collins B. & Loan find Chevrolet

Band patrons of the school who I of Rulrs for Christian ModUlo Bldgs Answeis all building' ,'

met in the music room Monday FIEME\T\RYNF\\S i Living:' Junior choir In ulations Lot 25)( 13 It Rea,,>n-
I FOR LEASE for next fall desirable
night voted to sponsor the con- Miss Jackson's room Is lorry to I chart of the song smite ble puce, liberal term Divided

cert to be given Friday, April 19. have Carl Smith absent becauseof Note the change In hour farm hind on St. Lucie Into 2 stores Plumbing, forest :!

Mrs W. E. Rheney was asked to Illness. Calvin Waltern has from 7:30 to 8 P. mIN Canal. Frost protection and looms Owner. Mri r:\ .i

serve as secretary. Representatives ; studied the turtle brought into the complete water control Near Collins Biscayne Drive and Federal -
THE COUNTY JI'lIt.K' (01 RT IN lailiond. Address correspondence at Modello.
were sent to the Lions Club and room by Johnnie Newton Highway
ANN FOR DADS COl MY rLOHIDAIN to R. Nnhrjiing Port
the Rotary Club to make announcements I Mrs Edwards' pupils are making PHOIIATr
and to sell tickets for bird borders for their room. In Re ESTATE:. OF JOHN B. TOWER. Mayaia Fla. (.U2-26) FOR SALE TropICal plants, citrus

the concert. Miss Ray's room is lorry to have DefeatedNOTICE TO TRFDITOliaTo according to law. the property described trees and troplcax fruit in
Plans for keeping the uniforms Estelle Faircloth out because of All Creditors! and All I rnnni Having therein will be auld to the highest bidder season Jungle Grove Redland
Claims or Demand. Against Bud Estate at the Court house done .. the tint Mon.
through the summer were formulated Illness This room Is preparing a You and amen of you. .ra hereby no day In the month of may. IIIIO which la road and Plummet Jrivt.
safety to be presented tilled and requited to present any claims the IIh day of May. HMO
program and demands whirls you or cither of you. Dated this Ind day of April 194(1S. FOR SALE-Nice of business -
Plans were made also for an entertainment soon. may have against the estate of John B. B LKATHr-RUAN: piece
for the band members The girls of Mrs. field's room Town deceased late of Homestead Dada Clerk of Circuit Court, property. Good price for
Florid to the Hon, W. K Bl.n
County Dada County. Florida.My .
to be held soon after the con- are making models of hats from ton, County Judge of Did County. and Circuit Court Mali cash. Benj. W. Morris, registeredreal
modeling They will have M. the *mi* In his offiea In the County N. C. 8TERRFT D. C. estate broker, next to Bap-
clay. a
cert.Mr. Courthouse In D.d.l County. Florldi. withIn Apr S. II. 19. U. 11140) tist Church Krome Homestead
Downs, from the University contest to see who makes the prettiest eight calendar months from the data Ave -
of of the tint publication hereof. Said claims IN THE COUNTY JI' CII'I COURT IN' (tietf)
Miami made Their room has made a col-
arrangements to or demands 10 contain' the small address 01 AND FOR DADK Cot NTV, FLOHIDA
!come down Monday to make two orful border of red sailboats on I the claimant and to be sworn 10 and p... IN PRORATE-N. l..l|. 1
recordings of the band and dra- blue water.The aented M aforesaid or ..m. will be barred. In K*: FSTATK Of CHAHLKS W. HOPE, FOUND
See section lo o( the Itll Probate Act Deca>ed..
matics class fifth! and sixth grades had a Cited this 26lh day of March A 1>. l>40. NOTICE TO CREDITORS .I
Weiner roast Friday In the park. JANE D. TOWER To all Creditor and All Prnona H... FOUND-Pin' spectacles Lradti
As Executor of the L .tWill In. Claim or Demand. Against Said
CONTESTlNSERS HONORED The kindergarteners are happyto and Testament of Estates Enlerp.'lse.lUSCELJ.ANEOlJS.
have Jack Pacetti In their room. John II. Towr Dow You. and each of you ar. hereby notifiedand -
Rotary International required to present any claim and
sponsored a Mrs Tom Lindsay and the grade : First publication. on March re 1510.Omar demand which you or either of '011. may
contest offering prizes to winnersof mothers Mrs Musselwhite Mrs a9. apt I. I,.. 19. U'O, have against the *.lat* of Chares W. Hope. _
I d..*...... Iota. of Dade
themes on "Citizenship" Local : lounly Flo.ld. to SEE AND BUy ar ananktm Variety
Craves and Mrs Hodges, were the H..n. W. F Hlanlon County Judge. I
honors go to Henry Dodson of the hostesses to the second grade Monday I NOTirB FOR OF TAX APPLICATION DEEDChapter 01 Dade County. and file the same In hisaffim Grove, West Florida City
twelfth grade; Jamie Richards of In the County ('..urth.II.. t. 1>.01. (a'tII )
I7<&7-ArU of IMS
at a party In the municipal COllnt,. Florida. within eight calendar
the eleventh grade; Doris Thompson FII. A IMSNotlr from I
months the data 01 the tint
park. The occasion was Martha !t. hereby liven Hint Harold aHildegard < WANTFc)
of the tenth grade and Char- .... hereof Said claim or demands to
; R holden n' 8:at and
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Ann Lindsays birthday. Birthday contain the legal sddre .I the I
lotte Geronimo of the ninth grade lounty Tai ('ert,fkat> Nn. 2TOS l I.."... ,. claimant. ..
anti be .
I to w rn t. sad ""' "" ,1 se .1. .
cake and ice cream were served. the 1th day 01 July A. D. 1037 has riled .101. .,. TUTORING WANTED high
.r some "oil I" haad .
These Nnun
students with other ,
along In office. and I has made .
i The class had an enjoyable time same my appllcst111n 12" .f 1hr. Ina' P.b.lo', AIDate school ind grade school sublet;
for > tai Iced to be liounl th, m' .
winners In the county, are to be n ,
In art period making animals from Said CenUlo.tr embrace the Inl\n.l.o\ Mah I' A I II Not Mrs H. J. Armstrong, A. H.
entertained at luncheon on Tues I spools and pipe cleaners. I property In the County of Dade Adti inlet IRA tot", t'. I HA\'Ot'K. \ and
State .. I the 1auof Plummer drive Country
of Florida I wit:
day, April 23. This luncheon is '
M V .
Mrs. Dye's room has five new I Lot 57. IIlurk I. Sn Board HolvhU. ''A' > Urglad.in 1. Club road
to be held on th floor ,.,. .. l. I'. ,'r' 12''
) members-the a S"b Plat Rank IS Time n. H tl nIK I II
Mel: I goldfish they have _
6f the Columbus All Tn..n.hi" r,3 Routh. Hand 41 ra tIn __
essaywinners enrolled. The goldfish are now he the T?"my "..f DadiS.I,.. ..f tl h.r. I I ..
and their teachers are I center of Interest. They are Ha '
invited. At this time medals will sorry The a..e"ment ..f .Id property under I
to have Dan Gills leave them. the lall ..emit. ate In"el wan In the nameC.J.
be awarded to the winners. 01 : l'nkn..n.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Unless' aid "rtll'a' .h.11 h. redeemed
Miss Bixler physical education File allots

Class Is playing basketball and Notice la hereby lvrn that Thomas LAb .
.rt. holder .. a..lKne* of State and
getting good practice for Intramural I County Tax Certificate Numbered, in"II. BROWN CO.
games After school the girls I dated the 7h, diy of July A. D. 1930 ha. i
filed said Certificate In my office. and has
who are going out for the team I nude application for tax deed to Issue
practice baseball.ESTERT.US thereon In accordance with law Saidrrrtlflrate Refrigeration Service USED CARS
embrarea the following. dcvcrlbrdroverly "
situated In Dade County rlorlda "

AT REDLAND town our used cars always represent cood'aIUI'. but the
Lot I n. J1lnrk I. nurkaye P..k. Plot ElectricalContracting
A quartet from the Homestead Book 18. Peso 89. In the County of ones listed below are unusually chalice jnde recommend -

Glee Club was Invited to entertain Hide Stata of Florl .laTh any one! of them for jour consideration. I
assessment of .id property
In an assembly held at Red- the said: tertiric.M Issued was I..n the

land High School Friday morning nome of Unknown. ........................................0..,
Unleia sold C.rtitint..hall. be redeemedatrcrdlnii
to law Ul deed will Issue therei .
LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE on the 24lh diy of April A. D. 191"IHMd .
this aOth day o( March A. D. HOMESTEAD THOSE 531 :


Clerk of Circuit Court,

Notice .. herd FII."y given No. HBU7S that W R. Moore. Circuit Court Sea Hade) County. Florida I For results use Leader- I I condition ; priced to *>('1i 1\\.

bidder ai aulirnee 01 City of M.ami Tax By N r STFRRFTT I II l'
fVrlirlriitee !Number" I U4!>" Enterprise Classified Adi
'11414 1 ((11ISSliu I
5 '
'Imar 22 .11. ape 1- 1" : 'to
mii and 11M3 dated the ll'i day i
of July A. D 1931. hai filed aid' C,rtt1- I
: t I
rain in my office, and hai mad applied. '
Unit for tax deed to Issue thereon In ne original paint ; Rood condition.
conlance with law Said Orllflc.tr/ m'
beer the following deaerlbeil p".rt
situated In Tale C inly. rlnrlria t".wit $880 DELIVERS
lot n. Liberty. Park Amendr.l Plat 1936; FORD COUl'E-looks and runs like new. I
Boob.8. r... 8'. In the City ..f M,ami.
Cot y of Dad. Slat of Floridaemhrare.l as

......mnt In of Certificate.afd property No IIUW under The the The New 19J7 PLYMOUTH I. D 0 0 R TOURING

said Certificate luud was In the n' m'
of Unknown SED\N-\cry clean ; original paint.
tot .
II Liberty Park Amen led Plat
Boik I. Par 08. In the City of Miami I
County of Dade State of Florida .. I
embraced III Certificate N. 1S<.< The 1938 DODGE-\ery clean, a real bargain.
Maea...nt of Mid property under the 1940 PONTIAC
said Certificate/ kiufcl was In the name
of E. "Pramuk.
Lot 12 Liberty Park Amen,led. Plat i
Hook I. P.ie M In the Oily of 1\110011.
County of Dad. Stale of Fl rid.. a@emhncpl
In Certificate No 1I4M The (De Luxe Equipped)
"' _"..' of raid Drapery under the I PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
Mid Certificate iMUed was In the name I II
of E. A. Pramuk

Rook Lot I 1,>Pair. Liberty SO, In Park the City Amnded fit Miami Plat, j Ij TO YOU IN HOMESTEAD South Krome Ato. Phone 18

County of Dad Stale of.Florlria, aseashnmd
In Certificate No. 1360. The i AGENCY
_...... of said property nods the
Mid rI'lralid was In the ram I

wf Lot known 4J. Liberty Park Amended Platook Coupe $88C 1- .
.. Far* Hi. In the City of Miami : ; .. '" JO '"
County of Dad. Slat of Florida al
embraced In Certificate/ No 19SI2 TheIMaewment
of sold property under th*' 2-Door Touring Sedan 925
sari Certificate Issued eau In the I me STILINGREALTOR
Vaknown Ii EDWARD
Lot II Liberty Park Amended. Plat
Hook S. lieu. M In the City t MiamiCoonty I J-Dos Touring Sedan 975
of Dade State of tori I.. umbraedl
In C* Iflcal No SUS The --
aa.a.m n. of Id proper under the I h
SAW c.nilloatrlid wu ." the same

at unions Unknown MM Certlf le .s hall b* re.aom.J Preslon B. Bird MoteCo. Estate General Insurance
acoordlna- U*. tai deed will Real ,
ben. tMrsaa m the lath day of May.
A D two, S. Krome Ave Opposite Ta Office "
bath A D. II
this 10th day of April 1140 NOTARY PUBLIC

J!:. B.Clerk IEATHEHMAN of Circuit Cordell.fiedt .I 24- HOUR WRECKER SERVICEDay Cor. Palm Ave. and A\ e. B Flonda City, Fla.

Cose1 B Dad Cowtty Plortd. rtHMM II Night PUOM 5JI-K PUONE9 501.1 AND. 501MFriday sa.

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_Pave Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 12, 1940
I Order of Elks, James Carnell Masonic I
ROGERS, M'CREA Shrine Lodge, Jericho, Mahl Chapter Temple, of Royal the .tIIIllllllillt(11111II(1lllIIIIIlfllfli(1f1I1Iffflflflf( (( ( ( ((( (((( ( ( ( t.FRFINKLIN'S .

ARE TEAMED IN Arch Masons, Harvey Seeds Post,
i American Legion; W A McAllister
. Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars;I II If
\ "PRI IROSEPATII"I(Dude County Bar Association:I
Florida Bar Association,and Miami
Commandery, No. 13, Knights _
I Sparkling with originality andn Templar. He also is a Scottish Rite
engrossing down-to-earth treat Mason with 32 degreesLIBRARYJ10UUS
ment of its motivating romance, ---
' Primrose Path," at the Olympia
t Theatre, prove once more that EHLERS COfFEE 25c
H .
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Ginger Rogers If one of our finest Meadow W.dn r Tb.Nj.jtS
dramatic actresses, and that few r .t. p
' can touch Joel McCrea for robust Is ....t.ta.ra.M.t.s T..d.r: ,... Swift'sPure SWANSDOWNFamilyFlour
and likeable hemannlihneM on the
r screen Ia.. Friday.. .. 1' '. .. Leaf Lard4lb.
The two favorite. are costarredin .....d.,:
this absorbing and sympathetic .. .. t. ...... 1 ,. ....t.. a .' ...
7.1. M.
story of a girl who disowned her I' Bucket 39c
dissolute family and of a boy who . r . ra - - - 5lb. bag .- .25 C
? p didn know what real love was
until he loot It. Hungry for affection DRIED

.. who, runs Die girl a hamburger meets a young stand man and OLYMPIATHEATRE RICER 51bs. _ 2lC I G. N. BEANS, 3 Ibs. 19 C

marries him without letting him BILK NESTLES
know the ugly truth about her Grits Ibs. 14C I MILK 3 tall cans.19C
} parents and her home. Meal or 5 ,
Their brief happiness shattered
I, when the girl, aware that her husband MI1MI Sweetheart Sunswcct Fruits
will learn the facts for himself .
; sooner or later, brings the ) ;PRUNES .......... .... ...2lb. pkg. 18c
t-. boy and the family together. Feeling Friday thru 8_nd.,. TOILET SOAP :PEACHES .....................11oz. pkg. 15c
April 1MM4
that into she a tricked group him of into parasite marrying :APRICOTS ............. ........ll-oz. pkg. 17c
r the boy tries to put her out of hit ON THE STAGE IN PERSON 4 cakes. ..... 21C RAISINS .........................15-oz. pkg. 10c
rC life, but he learns that it Unt so "NIGHT LIFEVARIETIES" :MIXED FRUITS ... .......11-oz. pkg. 17c _
easy to do. The conflict of their =
hurt pride with their very real
need for one another makes for the
I Su&ai FACTORY PACKED SIbs --25c i
taut drama of the conclusionEVERIIART withGeorge

" SEEKS BeattyOne
of Amrrka's Foremast Great Northern
Comedians SPRYsH m

C. B. S. Singing Star
" 4 rolls _ 25c i
Thomas B Eprhnrtflami! at-I ON THE SCREEN 23cMLIFEBUOY3 1 roll FREE
!,""II.Y and-Redlant! District t
,, Ginger Rogers
u 110'1'. is a candidate! for the
)littin'. Group 2. lels-1 Joel McCrea i
I Except for the period he served I
an the World War, Mr. Everharthas I -In- For 19c l RinsoB
been practicing law continu-
ously since Jan. 13 1(19 He re- I TRIMRpSE 21Ct
,rived his grammar and highs

.1 County i('law h 001 degree 1 and education was from graduated in Stetson Escambia University with- I I April and 15-16 Tuesday, i rl tBv LUX SOAP3for19c .-.Eijiwow 9l a, N

in 1920. During the war:
Frank Morgan
Mi feverhart served 13 months I FANCY 2 Large Bunches ==
'>M 1"1'118l'lth a naval aviation I Hilly Burke YORK

unit homo 1 has Since been December at 1032 N, 1923 W Sixth, his I Ann RutherfordIn I APPLES, 5lbs------------ 19c Celery 15C |
street Miami. '
:Mr Everhart Is an active mem-I
ber of the Trinity Methodist 'THE GHOST COMES

Church l II organizations* Is also a memoir': Lodge of No.1 the I IfOil"wang HOME: 3 Ibs. _ _ 14c Potatoes ___ .27 c I

948 Benevolent and Protective . . . HEINZ ------------------
= 2 Lg.

I | ASSORTED SOUPS 25c Carrots HOME-GROWN, bunch 5 C =1 S

c FRESH COUNTRYRoll .... ,as.s I.,.....
Redland BrandFertilizers
s Butter Ib. 33c

'- MILK-FED Today..Save MoneyBUY

VEAL ROAST Retied 29c THESE ;"


are manufactured in Homesteadby SMOKED GEORGIA BACON. lb. .15c &: _

a locally owned company. FRYERS or ROASTERS, lb.35c BIRDS EVE _

:Mixtures are carriedon Babv betas equals 2 Ibb n 0
I Sliced Bacon 1,19 c la pods-Mncs. 4. tOC

hand for every BIRDS EYISALMON

Full flavor and frnhac .1 Qiwled
need. .4 CBIROS
in. 11>
GOOD LUCK OLEO, lb. .17 C lYE *

Your patronage is HEAVY WESTERN SPINACH ,ka',
No..ad-so grit Ready
always appreciated. Chuck-Roast 24c to cook-ear.... 4. 24c

I SCALLOPS .pkg. 37c
COD FILLETS .. ib. 28c
Florida East bas! Fertilizer (0. PHILADELPHIA ASPARAGUS TIPS ,.,. 35a2JSD