The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00275
 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 19, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00275
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I Rally, Fish Fry i!, PRICE PAID FOR f 10 CRATES .

Tomorrow in Park Here AT LOCAL FARMER MARKET .


I In State Conservation Plan by Holland I I

I Any conservation plan worked I ii sectional proposition but as a THE WEATHER I I Average/ of$ Obtainedfor

INVITE PUBLIC out In Florida must take consideration -'1.I project that would be a benefit oml.t .d ...1'IM. 1,200 Boxes During
:: of the water supply, Including to the entire state He said It Is 8'.U.n.avprri X,.....le.AF'tolO._ Day
a pipe tine from Home imperative that the project be II.-- ,M.- ;:-I'"ft.II"' 'R.In
stead for the keys, and levels in turned over to the federal park April U -837530.131April : -
I TO FREE LUNCH agricultural communities, Spessard service as quickly aa possible 13 72 57 30,08 !

I L Holland candidate for governor, He said he believes the comple- April 14.. 70 42 I I WANTS 15 C\RLO\IS I

:: said in an address before approximately tion of the highway to Key West April 15 I I8 40 '30.111
300 persons at the munici- Is a vital matter one of the most April 18 81 46 30.07'' Trading Reported Lightin
Affair to :Mark First Local I pal park last night. : important before the state govern April 17 81 82 '30.041 Other ,
Round-up of 1940 Office The address followed a fish fry ment. April 18 63 '29981 !
Seekers 1 on'' Mr. Holland during which Four promises that he will be
1200 pounds of fish, 50 gallons of able to keep In the event he Is I '
I cole slaw 75 loaves of bread, 15 elected were listed by Mr. Holland. FIRE DESTROYS A top price of $10 !per mdarrt
LIMITED gallons of pickles and a 181 lie quantity They were: to create harmony between crate for tomatoes believed; I" bean '

TO FIVE MINUTES of other trimmings were consumed the executive and the legislature all-time record fa th,, die
branches of the aOI'l.'rnment KING HOMESTEAD
tract was reported at the FloridaCity .
Homestead Safety Patrol'I Mr. Holland declared that he ; to make appointments on ,
I State
Farme1'll'larkN last
would insist on completion of the I merit, selecting the best qualified I
to Get Proceeds for MENACES night
I Everglades National Park not as persons available; to notify appointees GROVEDestruction I
J H. Booker, Florid City
i .* Capital Trip that they must give their 'farmer sold ten crates fo SIOi",

3 A gigantic! free fish fry and political : TOTAL OF 2,978 : of best playing service petty without politics the ;necessity and topiactice I by fire list Fnday to Eugene Beaukamp, manager .r
i of the King homestead at DIXie { the Miami brand of Henry K" Iti& "
: rnUx.to be attended by primary economy I In branches Coming
!I,highway and Kings. Highway,.-tb. COID tItV. In!;., .tUtwCMK fh. tI
: tinder his
ma' will I I Ij > I Jurisdiction so M
candidates en *e get i VOTERS LISTEDIN to set an example for departmentsnot f I home of Robert D. Frier. removed I|tomatoes \\'81'tIks", snI -If ti
Tinder way at the Homestead one of the first home built in natcd !bceJc iliiv nave I ,I. ''If, I
under his direction
I I IIr. Homestead and landmark for (the state or m..lulll\ who i th" ,
municipal park at 11 o'clock tomorrow LOCAL AREA :\ Holland a state senator a .
: morning, under sponsor from Polk County, spoke of more than 30 vears are changing from green The home. n one-itoiv structure land were of unusually ox ,Flat i ,
I efforts In the legislature in hla//
ship of the Safety Patrol of the was built byV.. A. King a section quality
A total of 2078 voters have of agriculture He pointed to .
: Homestead | .
High school foreman for the Florida East During, the day Mr. Book old
of the bill which
The candidates will be allowed registered in the precincts which makes sponsorship frost and freeze forecast I lservice ] Const Railroad who brought the 250 crates of lesser gra ( -. .11

i five-minute each Include Homestead, Florida City material from Cutler on a rnilroaflhimdcar I prices ringing from Si tt t8.< .
I speech They possible, to the bill that
: are: B. F. Paty. candidate for governor Perrlne Goulds and Princeton up I makes fertilizer: manufacturers'!' Mr. King came to this per date. Other farmers ,i .

: ; Dan Chappell, William J. to and Including Tuesday and of 'designate secondary Inaredlenta'l'Continued section from Mississippi Kings total of 1.200 crates, of t n -1,
'' highway was named for him. The &b.-farm matir tt an s ,
: -ist
Pruitt and Ernest R. .
Graham candidates this number 476 were Hated since) ( on P ) ,
I Of $S "
: for__ state ipnatnrJ home and Its surrounding tenacres yesterday. Ap."I'.Io"
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F. Gordon :Norris McElyd and the books were taken to the Dade I Ii of land was said to have I 3000 crates were sold dji; Ili/"-

Geo E Holt candidates for state County court house i PRINCETON CHILD bf'l'nold for $33000 during the week
boom period The $10 price fgi to: ,..I ,
representative group one; Thomas A total of 1.839 from all precinct I .
:3; Evei'hart, Fred Pine, M O. Wine- In the county registered at the The Friday fire, which was of 'slid to be duo to the \1.,1', ( .
heart Irving Renno and M. H. court house Tuesday KILLS SELF WITH undetermined origin I i occurred mend and the scarcity ii II' K I
Jackson candidates for state representative The registration In the five Red-I w ""Ilco :Mr Frier was at work on par due to the Jan wry ire 'r
Ernest land District precints follows: hi-, farm in the West Olades None Mr. Beauk.imp IA seeking ,
Overstrjet 'and group Mis two; :W Watson Precinct 113 (Homestead). 1,114, FATHERS PISTOL' "f the household furnishings nor 15 Ctrl'>,id- lit ton1llv, f.,. y

candidates for state representative I Precinct 112 (Princeton), 742. :\ F'icrs' personal effect were I IIr ment north. Corona F D.'i .( kmanigcr .

three. Precinct 111 (Goulds), :&74.I !I S.I.ct a d. .l
group Three '-old Hal Ffrdon Meluiglijin
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John J, Lindsey, Benjamin Precinct 110 (Perrme), 427. I rllt' IlUU'c v ?- 1111,1 I bthp I Tr.. Axelroad and Norman Hendry, Precinct 114 (Florida City), 221 I Ji was curious about the I time Homestead fivinvu .rnved ,u us K 10 "I-K I i I..air' GUI JWOMEN'S ",

candidates for 'Judge of the civil I A county total ot 87.975 voters ;, shiny thing he had seen his fathers I nn, the I ;- ;:I ::1\ .\;i "\\J"" ,11I,,s u.inge '.\\0 t. i .91Dili lei ,

l'e :hV, cord, group two i had been reglsteied' and it. is expected put in a drawer of a drcsner Itt RI ns a % u1 j/ '" I

lowland, D C Colemanand that the number will beI Friday he dragged a chair to the
\\i P. Hardie candidates increased to 96,000 by the time the
Ti I
for shenn I books are closed tomrorow night dresser and got It. The thing, a Baptists Ready to Launch Campaign :

Tom Kelly and Hayes Wood Since the books have been thecourt .32 calibre automatic pistol, was
For $:;1,500 to Construct New ChurchA
candidates for tax collector. house 32,281 county raters accidentally discharged in the tiny I
Carl Holmer Jr. and Murray have registered there. hands and a short time later he

Beard candidates supervisor of I Redland District polling aces : was dead. goal of $33.500 has been set '
registration will be located at the city I Is at The child was the only I son of Mr. In the campaign for funds to erecta CLUBS

W B Caves, Sr.. and Sid L. Homestead and Florida t y. and Mrs Hal F. McLaughlin new structure for the First,
Kendrick. candidates for justice of Chambers Garage at Prince lit the 'of Princeton and a cou.ln' I
the peace" Community House at Perri 3 and Skeegle. Cash, who was kidnap- Baptist Church of Homestead to

J. M Scarborough L. H Walker W. H. Owens' packing he n at ped from his Princeton home and replace the present one at N. W :

(Continued on Page Two) Goulds. slam two years ago. The,motherof Third street and Krome avenue' SATURDAY NIGHTA
-- the McLau hlin. Is the
:; toy
and a six-day drive will start next

Winner of Local Hospital Contest j daughter J. B. Cash of Wilson"Skeegie's"Cash! brotherof father. Friday under the direction of the dance that will be a night ;

I ,
Rev J. J. Paterson f Cleveland,
Mrs. McLaughlin was In an
Receives Car at Pontiac Factorylocal cap for Saturdays political rally I
(Continued P' Two)
on e. Ohio. and fh fry will be held in the
I At a recent meeting of church new Chamber of Commerce buildIng I

The Homestead city hospital Bulck-Pontlac dealer Voge Mr. Stork Pays Fifth officials, the following campaign The dance, sponsored jointly '

committee has been advised by' was on hfs. way ba to Lebanon I Visit to Neafsey{ Home officers were selected: V: D Home, by the Woman Club an the
honorary chairman; D. R. Snyder i Junior Woman Club of Homestead
the Pontiac Motor Divtslflh of when the contest en d and It was In 6 Years; Its a Boy
general chairman; J. M Holding. the first u be held in the
General Motors that K. K. VOle found he was winner of U ; associate chairman; and R. E. Ed- dance floor CC'N ltd In th*
of New Lebanon, Ohio who won I and the
and It was some time befo The d. wards, treasurer building'after the dost of theFruit
the J940 Pontiac given as a prize !I hoSpital committee sjcceedeu: ar'l l Ird boy in five years' ar- F stivrl :art month Proceeds i f
E L. Lawrence was appointed
in a contest for the beenfit of the notifying him of his good wd last night to grace the the
will b* used to repair I
commander and Mr Holding, associate -
hospital during the Fruit Festival, tune. When h* learned tit he nuschold of Mr. and Mrs Club club ,
of Woman
took delivery of the car at the advised the committee h* would .... n Neafsey, Biscayne drive, commander 'of 20 team captains roof the I II
factory in Pontiac, Mich., Monday I take delivery at the factory near Tennessee. road. in the men i division The hous
of this week. which h* did this past Monday.The Edward Albert Neafsey was captains are W. W. Allen J. Q. I Fifty tAt se'/cl'.five varl-cot I

Mr. Voge was visiting friends In I car Is a 1940 Pontiac sedan, born last tight at the PostGraduate Caldwell, A. E. Campbell C. J. ored lights will be strung around ,
Rrdland .when he attended the Serial No P6HAM 159, Motor No hospital All nine, Cavei E H. Collier. Harry E. I the thousand foot oak dance floor
Festlv Cooper, J. R. Dfrsev, Gordon + which" is located near the m:. >i
al and purchased a ticket on ,18710429, according to the informa- and three-quarter pounds of
the hospital) car donated tor' ," tion received by Mr Bird and him s* well as his mother are W. T McConnell!. Frank L. tveY'j'I' trance Sandwiches. made I IV I

hospital fund "y Preston B E 'c im,ttce. k getting along nlrly (Continued on Fag Two (Continued on Pate TA I iI


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Ponce de Leon field for a game 7:30: clock to 115: meeting of carried out year by year. I would ji
CARTER PLANS i The local team was a much 1m PRINCETON BOY captains) and associate captains\ ; establish public hunting grounds 1

{proved aggregation of baseball Sunday noon, another meeting of from land taken over by the state 1

PARK ADDRESS i players when it faced Andrew the captains and associate captains under the Murphy law This :|
(Continued from Page One) \ at 7:30 would the forfeited ,
Jackson. The boys made 12 hits ; Tuesday : coachingand keep lands off
in three innings, against the op- adjoining room of the home when training conference for officers the market where they would ruin .
THURSDAY NIGHT position seven hits during the entire the tragedy occurred. At the sound captains and team members prices and at the same time provide '
,ame. Bishop did the mound: of the shot she rushed to where of the women s division; Wednesday the working man with I fl
) work for the home team and her ion had been playing and at 7:30, coaching and training place to hunt and fish

Thursday night at I o'clock In Ballero was on the receiving end. found him wounded. conference for the entire campaign Mr Holland explained that he '

B yfront Park at Miami, Jerry Wednesday the Growers played With Harry Wright at the wheel organization.The was conversant with the needs aid >?
Carter, candidate for United States Fort Lauderdale and annexed a of an automobile the mother campaign will be opened problems of the grower because *
9 to 6 victory an overtime game holding the child he was rushed formally with a supper for the en- he, himself, is the owner of a *T
r senator, will make one of his most The score was six up at the end I to the Post Graduate hospital in tire organization next Friday eve- grove which his father started In

Important political talks of the of the scheduled seven Innings Homestead where he died shortly ning at 6.15 o'clock. 1888, owns another grove acquired t

present campaign A feature of the game was the after their arrival. Campaign headquarters have later and owns a small farm. t:
pitching of Bishop who allowed Mr. McLaughlin was on a fishing been established In the lobby of
There was a dramatic episode Declaring that he is intensely
and when the accident the Sunday school building on : 1;
nine trip -
hits in
only eight one- occurred "
In connection with Mr. Carters Interested In the welfare of the
third He is the operator of Wilson Third street. Both day and night
schools, Mr. Holland said he
afternoon. Cashs filling station at Princeton.Mr. hours will be observed. was
tor four years a school teacher, ij
innings.DANCE is of
Wright an employe the
E. Townsend was speaking to a station has served as a school trustee is .
I large crowd of Townsendites inn former president of the University: '
,,> front Park in Miami. Dr Funeral services for the boy HOLLANDContinued of Florida alumni association andIs

I '.\ n end wan In the midst of his were conducted Monday afternoonat now a director of Southern

,.Irln's I when he saw Mr. Carter (Continued From Page One) Princeton Nazarene Church by ,College. Ha said he has been a

< ''m ng down the aisle Dr. Town- club members, and cold drinks In the Graceland Rev. J. E. Memorial Waller. Burial was ( from Page One) I member of the educational committee -

,nd said: CemeteryIn and to other which have of the senate each session
will be sold in the east end of the Miami, a short distance from measures
"I see coming down the aisle building. resulted In the betterment of farm that he attended.
our good friend, Jerry Carter, and the grave of Skeegie Turner He assisted in .
I Jack Eby of Miami and hissevenpiece Funeral Home had methods and production. drafting the FlorIda
>.m wife, Mrs. Carter. We will be ( orchestra will pro- charge ar- The candidate also spoke of ru school code which was enacted

honored to have them come to the' vide the music for dancing Mr. rangements.Mr.. Wright was thrown before interest in protecting the agricultural Into law at the last session and

platform and occupy a seat up here.I Eby, a former resident of Home the spotlight of the Cash kidnap- interests of the state against was sponsor of the teachers retirement -
Jerry refuses to make a political, stead outside competition and his Inter- bill
,. I has filled several engagements ping Investigation when he chancedto
speech on Sunday, so all you can in Miami night clubs this est In continuing liberal assistanceto He said he stands for a full .
be with Franklin Pierce McCall
", do is look at him." i winter experimental work particularly nine-months term of school and for
the kidnapper, when he (McCall)
r Mr. Carters headquarters in The doors will open at 9.30 and ,"found" the final ransom note Jt in aiding In every way possible certain pay for teachers. He said
Miami reports that candidate has dancing will begin at 10 o'clock. was established definitely that the Subtropical Experimental he would work with the continu-
rr spoken in every one of the 67 Tickets be from Station. ing educational council in the further -
may purchased
t Wright had knowledge of Mc-
. counties of Florida and that everywhere any club member. Call activities nq "There Isn't any real future in Improvement of the public

j he has been warmly received Besides his Hal the development of the state un- school system
parents, is survived -
less agricultural: development Is
by an infant sister Violet.
Mr. Carter has outlined plansto made a prime objective of the Farmer Jabber-I've got a freak "
c bring federal money Into South I state administration he said "I on my farm 11'. a two-legged

Florida and cites the power of a will, as governor, assist the farmers Farmer Corntassel-Yes, I calt'1
United States senator to obtain BAPTISTS READY I and growers of the state In the He came over to call on my
( from Page One) I
funds for various activities Car- fight to procure proper relief from ter last night.-Ex.
and William H. Sykes, candidatesfor 't
ter himself claims Wabasso as His
In of I
congress protection their interests -
home stamping grounds" However constable.Dr. (Continued from Page One) ."
A. J. Bertram, Mrs T. V. I
he has indIcated that If he Moore John G McFarland Ilwan, T. D. Piche, J. R. Rutland Declaring that it is a state dutyto II
II elected senator, he will buy a Hartnett Harry Schauberger, J. Lawrence care for old people, !Mr Holland I
and W. W. Wood, I
home In Dade County and make candidates Scott, T. C. Shacklcford A. D. said that he was a member of the
.It"", county his official place of committee for state executive i Smith, A. E. Smith, G. A. West, committee that drafted the constitutional -

,doneenr S. L. West and Mr. Edwards. amendment that makes
Mrs Mae Smith, Mrs T. T ,
of the major plans In the Each will it for the
Stevens captain enlist three possible state to appropriate -
Bob Wetmore, J. MChristiansen .
( 'cr platform has to do with
team members, and this will'make money for old age as'1-
and G. A. Hlckokcandidates
r, '. fication of the good neigh- congressional a total of 80 men campaign work- a nee. In the last session of the
"r' policy with South and Cen- for
ers legislature he floor leader
was III
utive committee.J. .
0! America. He advocates ap- Mrs W D. bill which
Home commander, a would have given ill 1 1ptnpns
I 1>1 ration of federal flunds for Aver Guytor .
inland of the women's division, and Mrs on the rolls more than $100
I r<'it pan-American; expositionM navigation commission "
? additional
Collier associate
commander, per year.
Preston B. Bird and J. D. Redd, .
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d' nucleus of :
a permanent ;announced the following captains: Mr. Holland said his interest ,01-1
candidates for
county commissioner
l%Vmcricon mart. : Mrs W. B. Caves. Mrs Harry E. ways has been with the small lh
Another objective that Carter| The fish made ,Cooper, Mrs J. R Dorsry, Mrs E. i I'grower. "I shall insist that the t iJk rn
fry rally
>.tnp'''isizes is ;a high enough tariff was possible '
L Lawrence and Mrs Fred Redd first consideration in all ,
I c t tI tru-
.. by contributions of the can- I
t. i plUte!'t American of ;
growers ''didates. The proceeds will be Each of these captains also, will legislation I : be given to the small
t ,,jt< and \'Iet"blps.
i ( three team membersMr { he said
added to a fund to send the Safety appoint grower The prosperity
II i.I I I Snyder has announced that of the citrus industry depends on
Patrol to the national conventionof '
the American Automobile Association on each night of the campaign except I i I the" prosperity of the small grow \llliru lieGrows)

GROWERS\ PLAY I at Washington, D. C., In' Saturday and Sunday, a supper er.
May I I will be held for campaignworkers I In the matter of conservation
at which reports will be Mr. Holland said "It the
I : is first
Two thousand of
GAMES IN MIAMI pounds fish '
have been contracted for, with an ::given of the cash and subscriptions chance in history that Florida has
; received The will be held had set
suppers to up a long-range con-
additional 1 thousand
pounds in reserve -
TODAY MONDAY from 8:15: to 7:IS o'clock. sen'a I ion program. I would get up
in the event extra food is I
The following meetings the bet qualified
I needed Fifty loaves of bread und evening person 111 the
hive, been scheduled. tonight, from state to \voik out a program to be
I six sacks of corn meal as well i
T II' Growers of Homestead large quantities of "tl mm m ..1 1,o
,, ,,. ..,...,.. ...- day Oils little fellow and
H :h School who won a 7 to :3 have been ordered. SOME
; Lime from Andrew Jackson High The food will be served b> 41Y like him will com-

School' lint Friday will play the I members of the Junior Woman i1a sQCay pose the fourth generation to

{ Miami school on its home wounds I Club. The Safety Patrol member 'Wit I Iat depend on the telephone in their
this nfternoon Monday afternoon : will make themselves generic 1 1I \ days'
et\y daily activities. How much they
the Growers will travel to the I I useful Masait
Never 11Dpr will use the telephone is unpredictable -

{ except that their demands

will likely exceed today,

Better Protection For
And today's demands on the

telephone system are large The

All Dade County Southern Bell Company served

1,140,000 Id':,lionet in 1933,

r with 18,800 workers who re-

; Will Follow Election ceived $26,600,000 in wages. It

; r-- of paid almost nine million dollars

00 UV in taxes Each day an average
4 of 9,582,798 local calls and

its AS i ae enY ot. 130,613 long distance calls were
t: "0' Is gflfss handled.

1Wi1li m o t r vat CIS p

; 't UQS it b'atr Telephone employes strive to
B" i .e irviiin0 d
tor u i give the kind of service their

i Hal-dle ;J, 0,1, v d A r r a lift c M5h and c k tleYt V1 i customers want. With this tr.d .-

nal of backedb
M a'c et xrr+rrl i spirit ,

'. ..A' ) continuous scientific research -

I it Is reasonable to expect

u Xivo that the Dell System will still

:"J t ,V 11 JfeC tD provide the kind of telephone

j SHERIFFHe's fm 910 G1r8T service this little fellow pill

u.. rt'L' v I's SIC py11C ,, yDDo / :want when be grows up,

1 ; Pledged to Drive I SOUTHERn BaL TELEPRUnE

, }# Out Gangsters i iI ,"r r1q f / aMntli mfg bta f


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,April 19. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three

Exercise Your Right of Franchise V

Vote on May 7 .



Privilege Ends April .20. Books Open at Courthouse Through Saturday
(Tomorrow) Only. Go Register at Night if not Convenient During Day.

Absentee VotingTHERE

1. If in the county go to the county judge's office between April
22 and May: and cast your ballot for the candidate of your t
choice. This privilege is extended to those who will not be in
the state on election day.

2. If in the state on election day you may go to any polling place
where you will be handed a ballot that you can mark for the
candidates of your choice. This ballot the )polling place will
mail to.the county judge of Dade County, and your vote will
be counted the same as if you were in the county.

Register and Vote on May 7 and 28 '

I I' Preston B. Bird '

Candidate for Office of County Commissionerof

JSth District of Dade County -

(Paid for by Friends of Preston B.Bird) .

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......h.. Priddy" 01 111.14. PI.. Years
Sv the Moses D.<. PiblUbln (..,in?. Ago
l.Unt u .MCnt fl... Kill matter ;
Hvdl It, III! M the meet oftlc. MHuml.U

..nil S. I8T.. florid, infer the act *f 11I1I I I I I I I 11 : y(

The f.ll..lns hews are talon eon.MU. .
alN ,*(HKI rrwlJ.nl end Editor f. ill. of the B..est.d
Iat.rirl.a. wl>kll.lu4: Mar. 16, Iola' l
MAIJOKIR Lttkltt ARCHKRMlBHrillPTIOI 1I u the oath Florid/ Bnnnnn end I
4 Ort. IT, with H B.m I'
1691. *
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RATES CLt, rt 1 April U, 1920 ,
U DW r..nlr ..____,__...___. II.N -"The Enterprise published this :
(total.* W D.J. County -_." .___ II.M week two important ordinances, i
one calling for an election to vote :_
on the Issuance of $10.000 In bonds
't oP4
for the work of digging of a sixty
Stay on Till June PIlOYI,4P nxJD 8'1Ofs 1 ; r- foot canal Inside the town limits q

of Homestead and the other for
lly\ Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick &Or
:: lll7N t 'f 1 ies vv $19.000 for street Improvement

You 11. on your way? ", i .
No try t through May SWET/ -After some months of 'con-

Our sunshine la pure gold Jgressional" indecision the confirmation -
You II wheel and SIH***- of W J. Carter as postmaster

FI't"In the breeze has finally arrived He took over
U|I' north where It If cold ENhriRG.6P raw 0I 7W4 tucriw O/54 I the keys of the office on Wednesday -

x last, and began his duties Im-
Don leave 10 loon, imedlntely Mr. Carter has taken

Stay on 'till June \l ,in as his assistant Geo. FUnson Jr.,
} Hen where the climate's fino
\ who has had a number of yean of
I It! still IS Cold :
practical experience In this line tin
io I been told \t
u ,
; \ h\ Jacksonville before coming
Ninth of the great plo line #,
\\'Y\: her .

y) Slay mi through May. \ :" -"The Homestead CroWt'ri Association J
M Near Iliscayne Buy; ,.,-J/;; will ship five or six cars

a To leave now would be dumb. PIC11/rJE5 nl2l of tomatoes this week, and about
Join In the tune, four cars of cabbage."

Stay on 'till June. ffJN@J@b I "A T. Jackson arrived home
t The but li yet to come. with his bride on Tuesday and Is

now living In the Woodbury cottage -

I I where they have taken rooms. :J

Theatre of War Spreads The wedding took place on April ,
10th In Jacksonville. The bride '

Geimuny Invasion of Norwayand Mrs Mary K. Brown formerly resided '

Dtnmurk following Allied in Miami ." !

mine laying In Norwegian water, MAO& lea qON10 "R. L Hamon has resigned at '
brought the predicted 'total war RICCA 010r 'county manual training/ Instructor '
a step closer to reality With In order to take up the work on I
shakeups in both the British and the Redland Farm Life school con-

French governments, designed to tract Material is fast arriving
make possible u more spirited 'for the Redland school addition

prosecution of the war large-scale and It Is hoped that nothing willdelay

operations seem' Imminent its completion In! time for .

Since the start of the war the I I the coming term.."
nAlK SUCKER, or Remora, which to Its tnchorag
position of the Scandinavian THE "While sprinting the pike
countries of the only axe, fire and hatchet, supplemented I up
has been almost untenable.. lunges the coast of Florida, If one WITH at. lively pace In his Buick
Threatened from two directions by most interesting fishes known to science. Its first by Infinite labor, the Seminole Indians of I' truck, John Rohrer lost control of

Germany and Russia Norway and dorsal fin is developed as a sucking disk of an Florida transform hug cypress logs Into shapely the car the road being wet. The

Sweden were helpless to go to the oval shape at the top of the head and nape. It and admirably designed CAXOES Many have truck! hit several stumps, cutting .

aid of their ulster democracy, Finland Is formed of a series of thin plates overlapping flaring bows and broad sterns with short decks them off clean, an dtore up a few

when the Soviet government like the slats of a Venetian blind, and by which on which the punhpol men stand Th usual I tlgnboardi, and ended up little

brutally invaded Its territory: Now it firmly attaches l Itself to the surface of the means of propulsion Is a long slender pvshpole, I more than a pile of junk By v

Sweden IH placed In the same posi- shark or ray for the purpose of transportation. which Is well adapted for use in the shoal water i good luck neither Mr. Rohrer or

tion with regard to these two agCrruor When the shark seises Its prey and Is cutting it of the Florida coast, the swift current of tit )his ton, Harvey, who was with

nations. and but little alternative up with Its terrible teeth, the Remora II quick streams, or the grassy shallows of the Everglades him were seriously Injured, sustaining -
but to stand and watch I bruises and cuts which
to secure fragments of the feast, again returning
ai Germany envelops Norway left their mark (Florida City.)

Bulk of the Nazi move lies oral the i' "". ..""TT'Yn. .. ...........,.,..,.....'. ..nN.N.I..IN//INNN.N...j I who-"J.is W. Avery of Homestead
crying need of Germany--iron "" the St Lucie canal, with a tenor [ sharecropping with A. C.
and other supplies The ever- i CURRENT I 12-foot depth. In the favorable |Craw on the five acres adjoining
t tlllllllnllliAllied blockade him appurentlv report Is included an Intra-coastal Children in CourtBy the pavllllon, has gone to his old
tuned canal from Buhla Honda to (home In Michigan for the summer
r the Reich into taking Key
Malcolm Halfleld
I any tops to Insure its supply I COMMENT i I West and his son Jason will finish gathering -
( in the (Florida City.)
of I crop.
: vital war materials I IW AGNEW WEISH4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ....................."....."..."..............."....."""."..j"C.1 j J. Burton left Monday for
German Invasion though Federal experts prognosticatethat MAKING MOUNTAIN! OUT 1 I| his home in Atlanta to spend the
1 considered n grave possibility tar I the new census will show the
Filltftr. Note: Mr Web wrlromnmrnvnto OF A MOLE IIIIL I| summer lie was accompanied as
many came lightning- smallest percentage Increase of
( like suddenness Hut action allulnstNorwl I b. In on Miwmmt hi "l'Nmments.or .!".whetherthey ..,...* any decade for 75 years, the two j The age old battle betweeyouth granddaughter I! far as Columbus. Miriam Ga., by his little
with hU o|>lnliinii Adlnu nimmunl.
) was not new Despite its '.11.... I.. Aimw Wrlih S48 N. B. reasons assigned being a lowering and maturity was displayedin who will spend several months
tradition neutrality since the tech 8t. Miami tlThey've 1.. of the national birthrate and court when a father complainedthat |there."
e Start i "If the war Norwegian ships tightening of immigration his I
up requirements son was wilful
have btHii the victims of German I Invented new names for and disobedient. disrespectful I.......,IIIN..Nn.........I. .. .".......N.I. .

+ tortM'dot"s. mine and bombs Fifty- trailer tourists-gasoline Gypsies a This boy possessed a strong de FROM OUR MAIL BOY

five Norwegian vessel totaling and asphalt Arabs .....,.
I I A Herald story quotes Senator sire to share the duties of the home nonN..N..N.oo.NOOOO.'
122,00(1 imm, have been e e e
sunk, and I
with his parents and to CORRECTION'LeaderEenterpriae
Pepper as saying the sheriffs of at experiencethe
r 404 tailor and passengers have Here Is the effect of the lawyer- least six southeastern Florida counties satisfaction that he was at'
: been killid I controlled Florida legislatures Re- were called to Miami by FBI least partially responsible for the]i Editor : i

The immediate response of the no-lzlng( the states divorce laws. men and asked this question: success of the entire family group I May I through the columns of 'b
British government whn e war "How much graft are you getting His feeling on the subject were Olyour paper, correct a statement i-
For the first quarter of 1940 licensesto
policies are now controlled by and how much are you sending to strong that he frequently quarreled made at the Redland school room
Winston Churchill silenced to a marry were granted to 869 Tallahassee" The senator Is fur- with his father as to the I mothers' meeting of Monday, April

large decree criticism In this coun- couples, a gain of 138 over last ther quoted as haying that there means and methods whereby he 15? .

try of the Allied conduct of the year's like period. has been no printed answer to the could assist In. meeting the famil The was that I had
war, which readied lIP peak following e a questions-and never will be. problems. ycirculated I a petition against Carl "

the Finnish-Russian pence, The ,Wagner principal of Redland .-
In Germany If have a father was not only obstinate u\
you a copper -
presumably brought about because I roof but tdctless He did not want {school, Miss Small art teacher, and
on a building the fact
France md England riled to tend| must be registered for Maybe the German food rationIng hit son peddling newspapers or) Miss Payne, English teacher dur- 1 .
some day
an expeditionary force I I. gang will comeHilong. rip it off I Is a blessing In disguise as doing chores about the neighborhood ling the time I was taking the i

: At that time It was pointed out tnd convert It into missiles to fir press reports say that they are putting because this would divert his,I census of Precinct 111 -,
that Americans should be the last'at the allies on flesh under It: probably mind from his studies. Consequently The statement alto Included .j
I people in the world to blame been stuffing themselves too much when his father discovered;, that was the reason of my being I
I France and Englind for failure to I anyhow ts those German ham- that his a doing odd joos transferred from that precinct.'
: give more aid to Finland. With an i II Miami crime conditions may be trans ar good rooks. When one so that ha Mid purchase a birth 1 I wish to say this it a false statement j
t Interest in the outcome just ai I bad and goodness knows they are, of Miami underworld king returned day present! for his mother, he flew I did not have out any'.

, great II' any democratic nation but they art not quite up to New from doing a two months' Into a rage and applied a severe petition against anyone during the
t American aid to the oppressed York's Murder, Inc" which con- stretch at Raiford he had gained beating 'time I wit census enumerator At I

peoples .f Europe has been woefully -I tracted for 11 slayings and completed nearly twenty pounds: see what The boy felt that this was the'I I completed: my territory on April
i sm"I1. seven of them. Officials the simple life did for him. last straw, so he left home and 18 1940 1 am no longer employed
there are doing something about a a ,at a census
enumerator .i
The lIme, thing should br borne spent the night with a boy In the'
j in mind by any who aee fit to ''t but In lUarroh, well, you The United States weather neighborhood. Early the next,' MRS J. D. WYSONG.. rv

criticize' any future action by the,finish the sentence. bureau rates wind velocities) as morning that father signed a petition Homestead Apr. 17, 1940

Allied powers It Is becoming a e follows: calm below one mile per In juvenile court alleging f

more and more evident that the: South Florid la interested InI hour; light, one to seven miles; art taking small unimportant matters -
Allied cause I II the cause of democ I I the favorable report by government i gentle eight to 12; moderate. 13 to I too seriously. What difference

racy wherever It may be. Every I!I engineer on a cross-state 18; fresh 19 to 24; strong :23 to Following the hearing the Judge,will it make fifty years from now

' Allied soldier who I I. killed dies ,'barge canal from the Gulf to the 38; gales, 38 to 79; above 75 m. p. called th father aside and said: whether your ton bought his

for the defense of the United States I Atlantic coast or from Fort Myers h. they are called of hurricane "While I agree that it Is a parent'sduty I mother a present with the money

as well ai France England and 'to the oceania the Caloosahat- force and such have been recorded to guide his children In i Important i-1\he himself earned or with the

Norway.! I|ichee l river Lake Okeechobce: and I here above 135 miles per hour.A.nLIe11.1.tlN1 decisions. I feel that you I money you gave him"

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Friday April 19. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pate Fh'L

LONG ILLNESSPROVES :'',Homeless Children Eager to Trade Florida City Man Hurt I survived Mile Brooks by:;his three widow sisters Mrs.,Virile Mrs

Work for Vacation During Summer By Falling Tree, Dies Roxlt Neweomber of Miami, Mrs.
FATALTO 'J. C Cook cf Florida City and Mrs.
I Injuries received when a tree Lonnie Creech of Homestead; anda

rlstay I in the bank until it is transformed There are approximately one fell on him four months ago caused I brother, Eric Brooks of Florida

MRSJLINTONFuneral I Into cement atone, mortar hundred homeless boys and girls':the death of George Brooks, 31 .

(and other building materials. Not now under the care of the Chil!,son of Mr. and Mrs. William City.A
I lone cent of your dollar will go for ,
services for MM. Luc y dren's Home Society of Florida, In Brooks of Florida City at Jacksonville man, evidently ilntoxlcited
overhead office or other expense.A sat down in a seat beside a clergyman -
Amelia CJtntdn 78 Its four receiving homes at Miami I! Tuesday. The accident .
of Florida City, "
2-7629 he
telephone call to Miami occurred near Jacksonville In [)e- "Sh-h fine day, begin.
who died Sunday at the Kendall Lakeland Jacksonville and Penscola *-j'
card "
or a addressed to 660 West cember. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Clergyman: "Yes it ,If.
hospital after a lingering lllr.eii Flagler street, Miami, will bring who want to get away from I went to JacksoiVWV" week "Thish's fine hotel.
were held at 3 o'clock Tuesday you an application blank and return the routine of rules and regulations -'when they ware notihrd that their "Yet I find it very comfortable,.
afternoon at the Turner Funeral envelope. If through error and limited play space and I son was In a criticMBbndUlon. "Wontcha have a drink"
Home. The Rev. C. O. Nelson, you received more than one application enjoy a summer vacation in the Mr. Brooks sera: 3\eight ;yean "No thank you, I never Lnduli. -
pastor of Florida City Community hand It to. some one who country-or most anywhere. I In the army at FoH .Oglethorpe, .."
Church and Redland Community waa missed. These boys and girls from six,at. For the past five years he had "Shay, watcha givln' meYou
Church, conducted the service and to sixteen years of age, are willing ito 'been living at Jacksonville Be- i gotcha collar on backwards now"Ex.
he was assisted by the Rev. Ceo Tl'RSER'llOSORED do whatever little chores lidos his parents Mr Brooks 'Is.- .

E. Deuel former pastor of the Vernon Turner son of Mr. and duties they are capable of doingin ."".........,........."...."..."...",.."."........" ....".,,.,..,."" "" .. ....... "......"..............."_.... r
two churches. Burial exchange for a vacation period
was In Palm
Mrs Geo. Turner, Jr,
Cemetery In Naranjo.Mrs. I four freshman:: law student among!!) atStetson with good families who will treat :
Clinton was the widow of them as members of the family .1
Andrew Clinton who died 12 yean year law University club competitions to win the first The The home society will furnish J. D. (Jim) REDD ;
ago. Mr. Clinton operated a I winners were awarded prizes during clothing and will look after any
grocery store and retired when a banquet which was one of serious Illness that may come to
the 1928 hurricane destroyed his (the featured events of the second the children.
business. The families who offer vacation
place of I annual law day sponsored by Stetson ,
Long a member of the Florida to these children will be expected,
Law 8
College of on April
City Community Church, Mrs to defray the expense of getting Announcingfor
Clinton was active In the affairs Mr. Turner was recently admitted them and returning them to the
of the Ladles' Aid Society and of to membership in an honor children's home and they will be
the Woman's Foreign Missionary legal fraternity end the next day expected to discipline and train I
Society. She had been In III health wan elected secretary of the or the children Just as they would ,
for several years and hud been ganization.An their own.
confined to her bed for the past -- Only families of good character,
four months English cub reporter frequently who can provide a reasonably comfortable I Ite-election
Surviving Mrs. Clinton are acon reprimanded for prolixity, home may be "hosts" to
Charles Clinton, Florida City and warned to be brief, turned in the children. Full Information
councilman, and three small grand the following: concerning the vacation plan may as
children, Diana, Archer,and Rich. "A shocking affair occured last be obtained from Marcus C. Fagg,,
nrd Clinton. state superintendent of the home''
night. Sir Edward Hopeless, a tkt'" '
Pallbearers were Mayor Law- guest at Lady Fanmore's ball com- society at No. 40 Buckman build.I E'. .
rence Becker, H. J. Brockett, David plained of feeling ill, took a highball Ing Jacksonville, or from the matron 1 COUNTY :.
Snow, Ralph Desmond W. F. A. his hat his coat his depar- at the Miami home 809 N. W
Robertson and Dr. S. S. Shields ture, no notice of his friends a Fourteenth street. COMMISSIONERj

taxi, a pistol froh his pocket and
For results Leader-
I.finally his life Nice chap. Regrets use
200,000 LETTERS and all that.-Ex. Enterprise Classified Ad iL District No. 5




( Political Advertisement) !
This Summer Crippled Ii
Children's Hospital! v fwuJfe. N..N. ....N.............., ................. ;
Two-hundred thousand Invitations f/
to assist with one dollar for I

each member of every family In ,. ......... ,__ .. ........ ._ JUDGE
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the mails. Two hundred thousand :..: =. Worth W. Trammell!
envelopes were contributedby i LYLL
friends of the campaign Interested .
In seeing the hospital built I t Candidate forRcnomination .1
;without further delay. ia
Two hundred thousand enve- w To
lopes were printed with everything I
but the street address which _1arMrr.. _r t_a-_ .\. I .1-._ Succeed Himself
was added by scores of stenographers I rr_rrrry. rnrurs ... la"
who gave their time. As
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Two hundred thousand return
enevclopcs were donated and CIRCUIT JUDGE
printed without cost to the hospital i
and an equal number of application ..i\\\\ w' Group; :.1He
blanks were printed at **& I
no cost. I v { JAI Will Appreciate

These hundreds of thousand of ..-...... -- ,... ... ....WI .. I f L" Your Support
pieces of literature were assembledby .....-....,..... I It
willing fingers and Inserted In r-=--- Conefor t Paid Pulitu Adi i
the addressed envelopes ready for Fred P. I
Hundreds of calls have been answered : United States Senate

at hospital headquarters.Offers i Hear Florida' acid U.S.Senator speak RE-ELECT I
of help have coma from'
many sources. I
Envelopes addressed to the banksof Tuesday, April Homestead 2:30 P I. M.

the community have been supplied I

is with required.the blanks No postage PAUL D. BARNSJUDGE I

Now all that remains to be ,
done is to see that your dollar, per
member of your family, with the ELECT
application properly filled out. is
placed in the mail.
Paper houses gave thousands of k
dollars worth of paper. Printing of the
firms paid for the. time of their .
operators to prepare this mountain '
of literature, which Included CIRCUIT JUDGE CIRCUITCOURT
bumper strips for automobiles;
window cards for stores and streetcars
and busses; collars for milk Group Three I
bottles and dry cleaning hangers,
every type of reminder that could
be devised-and obtained without Group
cost Even the postage on the return -

envelopes has been provided His Only Campaign Promise Is
by a friend who will pay the whole Subject to IayPrimar

bill.Every cent of your dollar will a Fair, Honest and Courageous )-

,.Or. Leonard W. MAIN! I Administration of JusticePaid THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR

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Page; Six THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday. April 19, 1940

SYPHILIS CAN BE CURED through, 1 a week. Theft must Meet Called to FormDiamondball United Kingdom in requiring import
I be no rest periods between treat- LeagueA licenses on further shipment
(Horlc Health Notes Official Publication of Stale Board of Health) ments. If treatment Is not completed of this produce, according to the
syphilis may return In a Florida citrus commission. The
-- form harder to cure meeting of dlamondball play commission made its announce-

Nearly every case of syphilis (have a second stage This stage 4, The spinal fluid must be examined ers, businessmen and others Inter- ment In releasing figures showIng -
call be cured, if treatment I* Ite- {begins 3 to e weeks after the sore during; treatment This ested In the formation of a dla that less canned grapefruit
gun during the first six month; appears. One or more of these tells the doctor whether the brain mondball league this season has probably would be available for
of the disease Old syphilis II I signs may appear: and spinal cord are Infected. been called for next Friday night domestic: consumption this season

more difficult to cure. But treat- A rash appears over the body. 5. Every pregnant woman must in the office of the Brooker Lumber -'. than was easily handled by the
ment will prevent the disease Company' by F. D. Mock American market last season.
As a rule this does not Itch and have a blood test It syphilis Is presi-
from getting any worse Even does not contain, pus found, treatment must be given dent of last year's !league Great Britain Import license
brain and other nervous system Small white Mre*'appear In the promptly to Insure the birth of a If a league is formed, officers requirement went Into effect last
syphilis can be helped by good I mouth, on the TMSIde of the cheeks, baby free of syphilis. will be elected and a schedule discussed week, but it li understood that
treiitmcnt on the tongue, gums, and tonsils. Mr Mock said considerable canned grapefruit for
8. A with syphilis can'
A person with syphilis cannot These look like fever blisters pr person export was moved prior to that
not transmit It to another
transmit It to another person cold sores. 1 I I date and will be acceptable on receipt -
the ordinary pursuits of occupation -
through an ordinary occupation There may be loss of hair CANNED CITRUS without license, Florida can-
after he had
has three
after he has had three consecutive There may be sore throat and ners rushed their fruit to ships as
I consecutive Injections, at the rate
Intiavcnrous Injections of ani|fever. i I soon as word of the license requirement -
arsenical preparation at the rate The blood test will always find I of one per week, of an arsenical MARKET UNHURTBY was received

of me Injection per week. No one 11 syphilis in this stage. preparation. I The commission has been attempting
should lobe more than two weeks Stage 3-Many persons have 7. No person should lose more; to correct an impressionIn
time from any type of work on syphilis but do not know it There than two weeks from work on account BRITISH LAW some quintets that a domestic

account of syphilis .dn many I may be no signs on the outside no of syphilis, and In some occupations glut would be created by the new
kinds of work, there la no reasonfoi pains Inside. Only the blood test no time need be taken British regulation, emphasizing;

him to lose any time. On the will show that the germ Is still off at all. Lakeland April 18 (Special)- I that Great Britain confines its
other hand a person with syphilis at work. This hidden stage of 8. A person with syphilis who There will be no glut of canned business almost entirely to canned
should not contemplate martial relations syphilis comes to those who have has been under continuous treat- I
grapefruit on the American market ,sections and does not import can-
until he has continued 'not been treated or to those who ment for period of one year may this year, despite the action of the 'ned grapefruit juice
treatment under reputable physician have not had enough treatment. contemplate martial relationshipIf
or clinic for at least ones I Stage 4-Five years 10 years, his doctor advises It Is safe

year or even 20 or 30 years later, 9. A positive blood test Is no
A person can contact syphilis 'syphilis reappears. Syphilis reappears indication that the person In infectious -
't' .from another person only when as heart disease, insanity, In the absence of open
there is an open sore such as a loss of power to control the legs sores there Is no possibility of RE-ELECT
I' chancre or mucuous patch. 'I blindness, and other conditions: transmitting syphilis except (1)
f Syphilis less than 4 years old So well does syphilis mimic other an untreated mother giving it to
I requires 70 shots. Thirty shots ofan diseases that even a doctor may her unborn child (2) through sex-
\ arsenic compound are put In sometimes fail to suspect that disability ual relationship
the arm. This kills the spirochetegerm or death was caused by Scarboroughthe
Syphilis Is a Great Killer
but leaves the person syphilis'
healthy. forty shots of a bismuth Even at this late stage, prompt Over 100000 persons die each
compound to treatment will stop these year from syphilis
| prevent relapse are
put in the hip 1 These trcaments I I tions-although it may eondl-j 40.000 persons die each yeAr because People's CandidateConstable

must be given nt the rate of one tirely cure them Prompt of syphilitic heart disease.
shot II week right straight through I ment may prevent death or crippling 23: .000 babies die each year from
for 70 weeks, with no rest periods Many persons In this stagedo I syphilis
After 11 few shots all the ou\- not know they have syphilis 10000000 persons now have or
w lid l signs of the disease will ThAt is the reason everyone have had syphilis. 4th
District Dadc
di ippear Even the blood test should have a blood test every 1 in 10 cases of Insanity Is due County
In 1rOil to shiro svphilis Neurtl venr to syphils.!
,. it..-,, full tn,,tment is needed Remember These Facts 1 In 7 cases of blindness Is due Your Vote and Combined Support
I (II < I I" the disease will come back.With 1. Hive i blood list viiy year to syphilis.But .
\ this treatment the CHIP for 2. Visit, a doc t ir .is soon as these serious results can be Will Be Greatly Appreciated
1 -.\ "ills In more certain than the syphilis is 'I1I'.tl'rI.I Do not go I prevented by prompt, continuous
IMP, for any other serious dip -- to the quack or the drug store. sufficient, and competent treatment -
.h" :1 I. Treatment for early syphilis I See your doctor for exami- Subject to the Democratic Primaries In May

Siphilhi can be passed from the consist of 711( ihot un i en straight nation and treatment.

mother to the child In the womb I I (Paid Political Advertisement)

Fair times out of six. untreated |

mothers(.iiuageA.,will dead hive bibles abortions. 01 m"-I( Roscoe Brunstetter !}

syphilitic childien This tragedv i I
Is almost entirely unnecessaryPripu
< treatment: begun boron Ih. !' Candidate for
filth month of piegnao will help :, ( ELECT
both mother and child u
F. Women usually do not( km CIRCUIT COURT
when they have T chancre b'I.II'
of the arrangement of thin e. I r Group 1

{! or..in*. loner. reiyM ntiii mil"r
,1'11 I II doctor as soon II' II"l'gn.II1'" i I
Publicly pledged to:
Ik iispected Fveivomin mint t
t insist! blood 1.-hre Hint all person, regardless of financial standing, have
upon a test early I in
equal acres to this Court to enforce their rights and secure
t ea h pregnancy It i is piutcitiiifoi justice

I her baby. filament IK Mm ,iftci ruminate legal technicalities and simplify court procedure
the fifth month will save ml.' I 3.-Reduce court costs and expenses.
f time children out of fi\e 4.-Fxpedite settlement and trial of cases.
{ rime ore four stages of svplul .-Fxrrrlse true Impartiality In the wise and humane administration
Stage I-In tin flint stage soil' of Justice
t. 1I1.II.h.| The sole Is called a bird (Paid Political Advertisement)
chancre, pronounced 'shinkoi" I

+. Tins sole appears at the point I I
when the germ enters the kln.1,
10 d.acs to weeks Inter The sore|I

soy be a smnll pimple. n blnter ,
or II large open ulcer Sometime
J. F. "Fritz" GordonCandidate
J there
are several sores. I I
Of course, nil sores are not du
to yplulis One cannot tell hv I
looking at a sore that it is caused
by sjphllls The laboratory look I I

: lor the sjphllli germ under .i djrk II ..) ,
I "
I field microscope This I l is the only I
; I
I Ii
sure way of learning I whether i
lore Is due to syphilis r for I
i The blood test won't find syphilis

<< lit the early diys of this first stage i DAN
Lucky Is the man who goes to CHAPPELLYOUR

: the doctor at the first sore Medicine LEGISLATUREGroup

put on the sore mAY make
i 1 ? the sore disappear but It will not b
\t cure the disease.
1 1
I' Stage 2-Two Cases out of three !i

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Subject to Democratic STATE SENATOR
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NEWT. G. BALL Primary

: May 7


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April 19, 194..0 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page/ Seven (H

:War. He was active in establishing Florida While he was presidenthe I Bum: "Could you rive I poor
and training a naval reserve was one supporter fellow a bile?"
unit in Miami 1923. He leaders in the movement which resulted
in retired
from the service in 1929. in raising $30,000 to purchase I Lady "I don't bite. tn\ sell but IPRESTON
I Subsequent to the expiration of the present children's home I I'll call the dog."-Man lunj Fruit
on Eighth avenue in Miami Grower.
I his first enlistment In the navy,
PLAN OF BARDIE he was stationed at Los Angeles SEAT;
I where he was Instructor in a mechanics ..?= -
school He studied law I
Making known his Intentions if at night but was obliged to give w. H. Burwell. candidate for, B. BIRD
elected, to "clean up Dade county" up his lesson when the World judge of the circuit court group
William Hardie, candidate for War started )
one has been a resident of Miami
sheriff In the May primaries de-] Mr Renno came to Miami In (
clared the of the 1921 since 1923. He was born in Baltimore i:
present activity sa an executive of a motion
Federal Bureau of Investigation I!picture company, which made pictures of Virginia parents who CANDIDATE OR

in the area not only is an Indication with plots concerning Miami moved to Sparta Ga, when he was:i

of the rottenness that has been and South Florida. When the picture three years old. Before coming COUNTYCOJDIISSIONEH
permitted to Invade the county I I company returned to Califor- .
to Miami he practiced law in the I
but also la a sign of general public nia he remained in Miami and
revulsion over the state of af I entered the real estate field. He state and federal court of Georgiafor ,

fairs. I I resumed his law studies and after I approximately twenty five
"Continuance of rampant vice'''their completion in 1929 became )'eara. I nil DISTRICT

and organized crime in the county |actively engaged In the practiceof From 1908 to 1918 Mr Bur- DADE COUNTY
1 is bound to bring contiued nation law. '
wide 1 notoriety about the I officiallaxness : I I Mr Renno has been an active well served as a member of the s
under which such condi- member of the American Legion Georgia legislature where for two
tions flourish," Mr. Hardie said. since 1919SHAW. session he was floor leader of Subject lo Democratic Primary
Included in his campaign litera- --- the state senate and for four regular May 7. 1940
sessions and two extra sessionswas
ture I* a facsmile of a recent article -
of Westbrook Pegler, columnist, \ BROTHERSTO speaker of the house ot representatives -
During this period
which was designed to expose ,
racketeering In the Miami area. he was prominent In the politicaland YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL IJK

Mr. Hardie is a son of Mr. and BUILD NEW civic life of Georgia and aided, GREATLY APPRECIATEDI >>
Mrs. Dan Hardie and a brother of In laying the foundation for an

Dr. Dan Hardie, all of Miami. He BRANCH OFFICEThe expanding school system In creating would like the opportunity to serve my
was educated in Miami, the Spring and organizing a state road department -' district, for I believe I would make a good
Hill Prep School, Mobile Ala., and in revising and establishing -' hard working county commissioner. If I
building housing a Shaw a systematic state tax de-
Georgetown University, Washing
do not meet
your expectations remember,
ton D. C. Brothers Oil Company branch on partment and In promoting movements
looking to the welfare of: you can fire me two years from now.
For three years he waa a real Flagler avenue north of Mowry
estate broker in Dade County and street, will be replaced by a new labor and agriculture "Anything Done, Is Good or Bad Only Ity
of the
later wa in charge of the invest concrete block structure, a permitfor Mr. Burwcll wa one I
ment management of the $200,000 which was granted by city organizers and served as the first Comparison"Paid
Ocean Beach Amusement Com- councilmen at a meeting Monday< president of the Miami Lion Club ( Political Advertisement)
pany. Since 1936 he has been an I night A, J. Campbell agent, who In 1925. Later he was district governor -I /
executive director of the Miami ]submitted the plans did not place of Lions International in
Beach Association an estimate on the cost of the I
member !building which will be 30 feet
Mr Hardie I is a of the
National Democratic Speakers',\wide and 36 feet long. An under- GO TO THE Ross WilliamsJUDGE
Bureau, the Descendants of Miami I ground gasoline tank will be Installed -
Pioneers, and the Young Democratic I I
Club. He is honorary direcltor I The council also granted a per- BALLOT BOX
of the Interstate Police Association -mit to Paul Reynolds for the con "' :
and is chairman of the Boy struction of a one-story residence DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ;
Scout committee. I en South Krome avenue near the :MU ills ot I the
Mr. Hardie Is married and is Florida City line, to cost 1500. l
owner of considerable real estate': I' On recommendation of Ben-

In Dade County. .jamin W. Morris street commissioner fIRClllTCOURT
The candidate asks for upport: the council voted to purchase -
"if you are against grafters, organized a mowing machine ,it ,i cost
criminal mobs and against 'of $229: ,

a lax official attitude retarding Eleventh Judicial Circuitof !
depredations on every person, in Florida
Dade County whether resident 01 BENJAMIN
Group I

I AXLEROADCandidate Candidate to Succeed<

Full Term

AID subject to Democratic

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GIVEN BY RENNO II I I Horn near Winder. Gl'orUJ. i It: wars uo.

Graduate Lllt'r.arand Law department Men er t nivi'rsll>
Mat'on Georgia
Irving Renno, candidate fa i'
\\ork"dlal through inline .IK trailer in dining hall and janitor
state representative in group iwuIn .j
Tattnall In Mjcon.
ol "square Itjptlst Church
the May primaries, is well knownin
South Florida for his efforts j Successor to Honorable II F. Atkinson deemed and I lit nuluUlnlng "
toward bringing about completion I the high tradition MI by Judge Atkinson

of the Oversea highway from the Promoted from Civil Court uf Record.

mainland to Key West. for i H. BurwellTO Present term will not expire until July Z9. Hill

During the years from 1930 to JUDGECIVIL I !'....! i.. ,.. .\J' I .:. 1934 Mr Renno was chief counsel -
for the Overseas Highway
Corporation, promoted by Geo. J.I I THE OFFICE FORMER

Rosenthal, attorney which endeavored COURTOF HELD BV JUDGE II. F.

to construct viaducts,: ATKINSON Marshall C.WISEHEART
fill and bridges to join the gaps RECORD .
between the Florida keys from
No-Name Key to Lower Mate- GROUP Judge
cumbe, and thereby complete the :
Oversea Highway The venture I j Circuit CourtI
Justice I
Equal lo All
met with opposition, but Mr. Ben- I
no's labors were instrumental in H I ONE 'andidate

measure, of publicizing the project i' Hill I'r"'ou Faithfully and
and bringing to public attention \\Appreciate lour !Support! YOU \\O' 'T BE SORRY! I for
I ivu l
the pressing necessity of such a1 A
highway (I d Pi ltll.,1, Advil i ..' (Pod Polii i.il l .\'n 1 I LEGISLATUREr.UOLT

Mr-Renno Is a nathe of Be -- owunm
ton Mass., where he icifivid, 1.:, --
; 2
enly education He i I" Ill'd I t' ii 011
i,sty it the igc uf 17 iml! I Io Holland ll i
(th 'in the icjju H' in I I. W0"N
I 'r HI vi.,i'Hi' ,'.< c .i Subject to Democratic -
the Mexican can i I' HMI 1 1:111:
.rid 10H! aril rid'i '" \ Primary.

I May 7
C. J. BROWN CO. I vfcil.md IPin'; 1,1'1': III
,: u: itiz. AO could .\e.1' i 'ml FM u'lvi. 1
,\ ,JI'1! of State Itf fine icioid ipi .,k- Your Vote and) Sup- .
for itceil--he haseady proved hun clf
Refrigeration SCUJ, e !an able lead*,' of unquestioned integrity p.)irt Mill be appreci I Ia
1' xperienre and life In South Florida gives
ElectricalContracting r. h'' a sympathy understanding. ability and cd.
j' i desire to meet the problem of Dad County.
TnMtwordir and CounreonB Not Merely
CAVES BLDG. Tlme-Senln-, Not Trvralmt lo Political Expediency FOR DADE COUNTY
or Submissive to Selfish Influence" -rFridac
U4 (Paid for by Friends)
I Ft Itlral (dmt',rawnl ...... for 'r Dud, ('..mlr \...... of *pMMr Krll..i>.)

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_Page_Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. April 19, 1940

in Jones Mrs. R. R. Kinard, MissPhyllis Class Distinction Held
ANDREWS SEES Federal Art Project Classes Start Parman Mrs. Paul Rey- Menace to DemocracyClass
I nolds, Mrs. Frank Skill Mrs. Fred
Chamber of Commerce Building
New Suber Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefteld
FEDERAL HELP Mrs. Frank Webb, the Rev. RobertH. distinction, which divides
Spear. i communities and nations', Is one of
Sixteen adults and ten schoolchildren come to the classes. the to democracy
greatest menaces -
} FOR PARK PLANThe I attended Clarence Wool Dues In the art club formed to Hope Ashby Suzanne Brown, declared the Rev. Joseph
i tn'. federal art project classes heldin raise transportation expense have Iris Caplmger Betty Mae Gatlin, Barth of Miami In a talk before
the Chamber of Commerce 'been set at one dollar. Marelou Harris Virginia Kinner the Redland District Lions Club
federal government Is readyto Reba Mill Proctor Patty Robinson
building Friday. Mr. Wooten, teacher of the clan, Tuesday night
take over the Everglades National and Mllfred and Warren Severy.,
The morning clan begins at t:30 was a protege of the late Ernest The speaker said conscience
Park and Is working on plansto
each Friday; the afternoon class, Lawson, and the vivid color I must be cultivated If there Is to
enlarge and beautify national
roads In Florida Senator Charles at 1 o'clock; and! the clan for scheme In his paintings are somewhat WATER VICTIM: BURIED be economical and moral co-oper-
teachers and pupili at 3 o'clock.A reminiscent of Ernest Law The body of James Hosts 20, ation among the various classes
0 Andrews said In a talk before
modeling teacher for Homestead son's landscapes. John Huneker who was drowned when a truckhe that make up the n
members of the Homestead Rotary I : : ionCia
will\\ be-avsilable the first of in referring to a Lawson landscapo was driving plunged Into a canal distinction makes of
Club at Its luncheon meeting Wed
nesday. I June. ':, I said "he paints from I near Immokalee, Collier County,1 public problems less certain and
Mr. Wooten lectured on dynamic palette of crushed jewels." An was sent by Turner Funeral Home' acts to thwart progress toward
'The Everglades park Is unique symmetry and the clan In sketch-I I 1 exhibition of Ernest Lawson's work April 11 to Walterboro, S. C for public good, he said.
In that there It no park like It In In endeavored burial. Hoats driver of the the Mrs. T. L.
I! c to apply the principles la now on display at the Administration was Preceding talk
fie world" Senator Andrews said. of composition explained in''' Building of the University I truck. John Louis, 40, negro, was' Hodges, accompanied by Dr. Carl, I
"It will attract visitors In such the lecture. j:of Miami in Coral Cables which I drowned. Robinson, sang several solos.Green .
numbers that it will tax the facilities
| All who are Interested in drawing la open to the public daily and
of the section to take care of and painting art invited to Sundays.

them The card park than presents the other a greaterdrawing national I I I| Those present Friday were: Mrs. : : Lantern: RestaurantAdjoining :
I rifle and Carl Bruner. of Grove Russell Anderson, Mrs Ben
parks which have many
City. i![Archer Mrs. Harry Beaty Mrs.B. .
similar j attractions. parkservice Hotel Redland
: toT The club voted to hold a father- | 2:. Gatlin Mrs. Frank Haus-
Is prepared spend $1- I
200,000." nd-daughter meeting on May :man. Miss Bertha Nill Hausman Mrs. Given Victor Proprietor
I. I' Mrs Russell Horne, Mrs. A. W.
The senator said Cordell Hull
and other national officials would
not be so heartily in favor of the
reciprocal J trade agreement with

foreign countries If they could get SAY,60, rfood-BUT
11 true picture of the result of the ; are
> /pact in Florida. WE asolines/

'Despite rumors to the contrary g
I am very much against this trade ?
'r pact." he said. "The Florida sugar AGAI Priced ur
Industry has been ruined by this rem
agreement and other industriesare I" 1111&1111 P
In danger of going the same
route" pre pay
Senator Andrews said he has shy
been a ftotarlan for 20 years but
has been unable to attend Washington .
meetings because "the gavel
calling me to business and the
gavel hitting the Rotarian gong
strike at the some time.
Mayor Tom Harris Introducedthe
senator. Other visitor were ''
Dr Fred Glass, mayor of South
Miami Mrs Andrews. Mrs Ethel '
i Mcrkle and Nat Turnbull, secretaries 'I
of Mr. Andrew, H O Train
1 ,f Miami, Mrs Pat VeiV.it of Per-:




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I 2,000,000 Gladioli Grow on 50-Acre East Glade FarmWordsworth I

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whole "Daffo- CONDUCTS REVIVAL AT METHODIST CHURCH I ten us a full nine-month school
;MI," was Inspired by the host ,PATY REPOTED(term I stateadvtrtlstng( bureau,
of golden daffodils, waving and "good roads program and fish and
dancing! in the breeze," would have
MAKING GAINS IN game consorv.ition are being
been enraptured with material for : seized upon as tome of Florida
another flower epic at a point lathe long-felt needs Mr Pruitt mid
glades east of Homestead. GOVERNOR'S RACE
On Mowry drive five miles from F -
Homestead Is the ladioua farm ot i :

Southern Flowers Inc, where approximately B. F Paty of Welt Palm Beach, REELECTErnest
2,000,000 gladioli art
l candidate for governor, I t. one man: j
growing on 50 acres While Words 1
I the other candidates will have to I
worth based Ms poem on the many I.
yellow blossoms that greeted his beat in the second primary, In the I !; R. Grahams
eye he probably would have obtained opinion of Frank O. Pruitt, Dads ,
just as great a "kick" out County manager for the lower eastcoast I II
of the thousands of gladiolus buds candidate."I I ., '
from which peep pots of radiant r sef tP. 1 I I
colors. The poet probably would cal e'tla't'; have watched other men try I
have demanded to high heaven |for the governorship since 1934 II I
that this hint of beauty be permitted and I have never seen any other
to materialize In the natural candidate make such rapid gains
way of the flower. But business 44t and receive such manifestation of
.must be served and the plants with support ever the entire stale as.
their partially opened buds Ira a w t Shipped away to markets before the manager laid "A the situation
they can give beauty to the drab shapes up. Mr Paly will run
glades i fps I one-two' In Duval County and
The gladiolus farm was starteda will carry Ihllsborough by a substantial -
year ago by J. Goldhaber who plurality"
came here from Girdletree Md. Political observers attribute the
His wife Is vice-president of the trend to Paly in the larger coun-
corporation, and both are activein ties to his legislative reapportionment .
the operation of the farm. Mri and lower freight rates
Goldhaber supervises the grading planks and hit Inherant desire for
and packing of the gladioli. In fair play ,!Mr Pruitt tald
her absence her duties are per In other localities It is believed
formed by Mrs A. L. Brannen that Mr. Pat>,'1 stand on such mat-

Mr. Goldhaber was engaged In the ......'"................'".'"................. ...
advertising business and for 12 I
years raised flowers as a hobby h G. O. Krewstcr. M. D. TO
He said the realization: of the The Rev. A. P. Smith pastor of the First Methodist Church of
possibilities of the flower Fort Lauderdale who will conduct a series of evangelistic Eye, Ear: !Nose and Throat
business In Florida was responsible services at the Homestead Methodist Church starting Sunday Treatment : STATE SENATESubject
for his giving up his advertising night, April 21, and continuing! nightly for a week.
enterprise and giving his whole Glassed Filled
time to the raising of gladioli.
Sunshine Office twin I It li Mi b to Democratic
From 1,200 to 3,000 gladioli are COLEMAN CITES ,I A|,,.IM.'M
shipped by Southern Flowers! Inc., Best Florida "Product" Primary May 1
daily Mr. Ooldhabcr said. The Often ., corset Km.. A... ..4 !i
cutting season now is at its height SAVING RECORDOF I Miami April 18 (FNS-"The a.c.ad street
and will continue well into the best thing Florida has to sell li Its .-....... ,....... : There is no substitute
summer, he said (sunshine," layi Dr. John Harvey >
SEVEN YEARS *.!. N' *. tillDR.M.A.BERGER E for I
The Into acreage sections of the In,farm each Is divided tt .Battle JKelloKf I Creek famed, Mich.health, whose expert sanl-of ....,.......x"......."..........." .........".........,9 !

) which are gladioli of different ,tarlum at Miami Springs is well Performance
growths. At present IS acres of Sheriff D. C. Coleman candidate(known to Floridians t
4 mature plants are being cut. for re-election points out in his The famous medical man who
There 50 of the hal performed more than 22,000
are employes campaign platform that during his. (Paid Political Adir)
farm, 20 of whom work in the major operations. adheres to the Dentist I
grading and packing house. The almost seven yean In office he i philosophy that "an ounce of pre-
others work In the fields. The hi i directed collection and deposit I vention is worth pound of cure"
Office Hours 8:30 4:30
gladioli are graded according to to the fine and forfeiture fund of! and he is one of Florida most
color and item length Flowers :ardent boosters at a healthful placein
the total Of
county a $12S,69J68 Turner's Funeral HometMIRAMIULAME
with the longest stems bring the | which '0 li\e First National Bank
highest price, Mr. Goldhaber laid and that he has returned to the:1!: His personal advice for the "prevention" SERVKa l
The gladioli are shipped In county In excelS fees I total of 1 I: Is: "Do not worry! Think
packages of 12, wrapped in heavy 74.740.a. concentrate, study but do not Building Lady Attendant
brown paper. No precaution to The candidate laid his I worry." Phone 564-R Homestead Ft
the flowers fresh luring his tenure of I Open Evenings lIy> Appointment .
keep enroute to 71.151 services of civil depUtlel'j .. ........ "' .. "' .. .. ," -
,their destinations is necessary because *
the stems are capable of retaining booked 23,734 persons in DR. R. S. AKERSDENTIST
moisture for several days ty jail, both as county and federal,
after cutting After the cut flowers prisoners. I
are graded and tagged they Friends of Mr. Coleman point ; Redland Brand
are given I "drink" by placing out that he has never sought personal I
them In a tank of water. glory or sensational publicity Office Hours: I a. m. to 5 p. m.Snndtjsi .
Southern Flowers! Inc., has 20 even though his work has I to 12
marketing centers in It eastern brought him widespread recognition Closed Saturday
and middle-western cities such as his part in the arrest, Fertilizersare
The January cold map did com of Franklin Pierce McCall the I I Free Parking Space
paratively little damage to the cidnapper '
17.4 N. W. J4TII ST.. MIAMI
gladioli, Mr. Goldhaber laid. Moat' The sheriff initiative was responsible
of the plants were saved from for the establishment of: PHONE 2-2131 manufactured in Homesteadby
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Ii i . Social Events in South Dade . .

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Apr. 1 -H H. S. band concertat Mist Mary Torclse of Florida icn, Mn. John Becker, Mn Wm.E. .
marriage of Mm Margaret liliei S p. m. in school auditorium City was given a surprise miscellaneous Myen, Misses Jeanette and Annette
Almeda Hainlin, daughter of Mr. The maid of honor was dressed Apr: 19-Meeting of Ad Astra shower Friday afternoonat Campbell and Miss Edna
In blue taffeta cut princess style Chapter O. E. S. Scott In Forte
and Mn Ozro A. Hainlin of Haln- the home of Mrs J. K.
with short puff sleeves and wee Apr. 20- Homeitead Woman's Florida City by Misses Beth and
lin drive and Harold Dean Fay. pearl buttons from neckline to Club and Junior Woman's Club Constance Hunter and Miss Oracle MRS. DAHLBERG GUEST

lor winter resident of Homestead, waist. She carried a bonquet of benefit dance In Chamber of Com, TorclM Miss Torclse's marriage I SPEAKER AT GARDEN CUB

was solemnized In Goulds Pente. pink gladioli merce building at 10 o'clock. to Anthony Cucclardo of Tampa I Mrs K. Dahlberg of Miami was

costal Church Monday evening at Mri. Hainlin was gowned In Apr. 20-Rummage sale of Red-., will take place In the Sacred Heart guest speaker at the meeting of

8 o'clock. The marriage service green and white crepe with white land school room mothers in Bald' Church in Homestead April 28 at I the South Dade Garden Club Monday
was performed by candlelight by accessories win Packing house in Goulds 2 o'clock. ,;I afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Apr. 20-P. T. A. school of Instruction road in
the Rev. C. H Baker, pastor of Immediately after the ceremony / in Miami Edison High Games were played and cake, !|I W. K. Haai on Farm Life

the church. Mr. and Mn Faylor left for Suf- School at cookies and punch were served. !I Redland..
lO.a m. '
Date palm fronds, Easter lilies field, Ohio, where they will spend Apr 23- Special meeting of The guests included: Mrs Don I' Mri Dahlberg In an interestingtalk
the They plan to returnin Mrs L. O. 'Home Ground Beautifi-
and white candelabra formed an lummer Woman Club of Homestead with IE. Ferreyra, Cloninger on
effective background for the ceremony the fall I Homestead High School senior Cecil Lee, Mrs Francis Free 1 cation" told of the tropical shrubs,

The church was filled with For traveling the bride chose a class as honor guests man, Mrs Burley Dandy Mrs R. ( trees and flowers suitable for both
relative and friends of the young light blue flannel suit with navy Apr. 24-Meeting of Lily Bow I:, B. Chandler, Mn Donald Sullivan 'front and back yards, and described -
couple. accessories:' I Book Review Club in library at Mn J. Torcise, Mrs Scott, attractive spots that she knew

Before the ceremony Roy Nelson Mrs Faylor Is a granddaughterof 8 p. m.Apr.. Miss Bonnie Groover, Mist Mary I about.
violinist, played "Oh Promise the late Mr and Mri W. B. 24-Called meeting of Episcopal Frances Arthur, Miss Louise Pa. I Mri Geo E. F.-sd gave several
Me" "I Love You Truly" and Because Hainlin, pioneer settlers of the Auxiliary at home of Mrs cettt. Miss Louise Harris, Miss Ellen readings
." He was accompanied on Hedland District. She was grad Geo. N. Wakefield. Schallern, Miss Rose Bilello, The club's next meeting will be
the piano by Min Jeanette Llndstrocn -. uated from Redland High School Apr 2}-Meeting of Dorcas dais Miss 1\Ielb..Sever and Miss Nina held May 8 at the home of Mn.

who also played the pro- and attended the University of with Mrs. H. Collier. Bullard. E. J. Norman Jr,
cesnonaL Miami where the was a member Apr. 25- Meeting of Junior Gifts were received from: Mrs Those present were: Mri D. W.
Music Club with Mrs. Bevo Paul Loaner, Mrs. Frank Webb, Mri Virgil Lyon, Mrs
The bride was given ki marriageby of Beta Phi Alpha sorority Webb. Shetzline
I Apr 2i-Meeting of Woodman's Mn Lawrence Becker, Mn. John Hollister Sage, Mn Ceo E. Deuel,
her father. Her lister. Miss Mr. Taylor ii a son of Mr. and
Elizabeth Hainlln, was maid of Mrs. A. I. Faylor of Suffield, Ohio. Circle with Miss Pearl Whitaker. I I ny Rohrer, Mrs. Roy Chandler, Mn Joel J, Robinson, Mn. Grace
Mn R. W. Mullmi, Mri J. H.
I Apr. 23 Election Smith Mn H. J. Brock-
honor and Albert Bradshaw of He is a graduate of Ohio State meeting of ,
Miami, a brother-in-law of the I I University, and for the past five Redland Ladies' Aid at home of I,Simmons, Mrs. W. W. Severy, Mrs ett, Mrs RO.. Deimond Mri J
bridegroom was best man Robert yean he has been coming to the Mn T. P. Kelly. :Edward Stiling Mrs M. D. Jacob- M. Dobbin, Mri F. W. Wheeler,

Cast, a cousin of the bride, and I Redland District where he is engaged Apr. :SS-Meeting of federal art Mri E. A. Coal, Mrs. N. E. Smyth,
Donald Hawkei were ushers. In winter farming classes in Chamber of Commerce I ML AND MRS. U B. SOMMERS Mn Homer Davis, Mri Annie H.
I building ENTERTAIN CLUB: IV MAMI Butler, Mri Ben Young, Mri R
The bride wore gown of white Miami guests at the weddingwere
Mr. and Mn L. B. Sommers
Apr, 27-Homestead P. T. M. Brown, Mri Herman Heln-
moire taffeta cut princess fashion : Mr. and Mrs Deal Hain
of Miami entertained the members
candy sale A'I lein, Mn O. W. Calkins, Mrs Roy
with a sweetheart necklln, long lin and children, Wallace and
of the Thursday Night Club
Apr. 29-Meeting of Jennie I.Matthews, Mrs. Elberta Buie, Mrs
puffed sleeves pointed at the wrist, David, Mn Clara Hainlin, Mrs.
last night at their home in Miami
dell Circle at home of Mrs Bruce I R. J. Shepherd, Mrs Wm. Dunlop,
and long train. Her veil hung Helen Hainlln, Mn Ceo Wilson.
Ennis. with a dinner and bridge party
Mrs. Norman, Mn Dahlberg, Mrs.
from a tiara of orange blossoms, Mrs Mary D. Huck Mn Brad-
Mr. and Mn Sommen are former
May 1-Rotary Club'i father- I Reed and Mrs Haas
and she carried a bouquet of shaw and Miss Helen Hainlin son-and-daughter luncheon. residents of Homestead, and Mr. :

May 2-Book tea and card party Sommers was principal of Home- B. P. W. C. TO HEAR
MRS. CARSON SPEAKS day night In the Homestead of Episcopal Auxiliary at home of I stead schools for seven years WILL DURANT SPEAK
\' AT n :. W. c. LUNCHEON Country Club. Mrs R. E. Sherard, :, Mrs Ceo N. Wakefield at 2 o'clock. Members who attended were: Members of the Homestead B
Mn James M Canon of Coral Mrs Ansel Barrow and Mrs Harold' Mr. and Mri Frank Webb Mr P. W. C. have been invited to Dr.e

\ Gables was guest speaker Monday Oxford were hostessesA I I MRS. BTEFFAM HONORS and Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mr and Mrs John Harvey Kellogg Miami Bat-

at the first of the monthly lunch- chicken dinner was served, i MRS C. L. HOI m SHELL I Lee H. Lehman. Mr and Mrs tle Creek Sanitarium Sunday afternoon
eon meetings to be held by the and bingo played Mrs Burley Mn C. H. a''I Julian H Webster Mr and MnT to hear Dr Will Durant,
Homestead Business and Profcs- I Dendy won the grand prize in I I farewell Steffanl gave J Faust Mr and Mrs W E the noted author lecture announces
ional Women Club. The lunch- bingo bridge party at her home Rhene and Mr and Mrs W R. Mrs Ben Archer. education
Monday for Mrs. C. L. Houdyshell.I
Members Bird. chairman of the club.
eon was served at Avocado Lodge. present were: Mri who has been visiting her brother-
Other guests of the club were: Richard Huff Mrs. T. J. Walker, ,
In-law and
I| sister, Mr. and Mn B.I|
Mr Herman Heinlein, Mn R. E. Mn Stanley \Vittkop, Mrs E ABuchanan ,M. Hindman. Mrs Houdyshellleft
Shrrird, Mrs A. R. Livingston, Mn Paul Loaner, Mrs: !
Wednesday for her home in !
Mrs C. H. Rice and Mri. Sam L. T. Proctor, Mrs. F. B. Green,(i Indianapolis I
Mrs James Bird, Mn W. B. Caves I
Specter. Members present were: Mrs. Oeo N. Wakefield the '
Mrs. Cina Stewart, Mn B. A. Jr... Mrs Bruce Ennis, Mn Augustus -' high I
score prize: Mn Carl F
Waldm, Mrs. J. E. Gauzrns, Mri Wynn, Mn Robert Glenn Robinson, the second prize: Mrs
C H. Stcffanl, Mrs. C. L. Ooley, Jr., Mn Dendy, Miss Pearl Whit- Frank Webb, the cut prize: and
aker Mrs. Sherard, Mri Barrow
Mii Virgil Lyon Mn Roy Mn Houdyshell the guest prize I
I Dandier, Mrs. Lloyd Deitz, Mrs and Mrs Oxford Visitors present The spring motif was used m
I ,J. F. Hammett, Mrs Ben Archer were: Mrs. Edwin :McGarrah Mrs the decorations Cake and :
I Edward Brooker, Jr., and Miss THE DIXIE
and Mm Ann Lee DRUGJACK
t i cream, both decorated with pink i,
Officers. will be elected at the Geraldine Reitz.EPISCOPAL i I
candy and
[ roses gingerale were I
next meeting of the club May limed. POLK-HOW ARD JOHNSON
in the new Chamber of Commerce 8'1 AUXILIARY ITO j I Those present were: Mn Ceo I Phones 30 and 9101-Homestead, Fl*.
building SPONSOR CARD PARTY I D. Ruehle, Mrs Paul Raynolds'
t The Woman Auxiliary of St.. ; Mrs. H. C. Nichols Mrs Vane C"'tl" those prices eft tt.t tt.mqo" you need most Old JM'I lit onytli: ,

JUNIOR UOM4N8: CLUB John Episcopal Church will sponsor Harris, Mrs. Gordon Dill, Mn' j leap you from g.ttnq; your than' of dim II..g valun. Nene to J,ot.. though.
MEETS AT COUNTRY CUT a book tea and card party Geo. M. Frick, Mrs Hindman. Mrs. I i
Final plans for the dance in the on May 2, It was decided at a Robinson Mrs Mrs.
r Chamber of Commerce building called meeting Friday afternoon i field, Mrs. Houdyshell Webb and Wake-Mri. |I Retail Milk Magnesia, 6 oz. ........................... 20c
Saturday night which will be sponsored at the home of Mn John Julian Stcffanl.
f jointly by the Woman Club in Goulds I Rexall Milk Magnesia, pt. ................................33c:

of Homestead and the Junior The tea will be held at the home Mrs. Adrian Jacobs ana Mri J.
:Woman Club of Homestead were of Mrs. Geo. NJ Wakefield. Tickets A. Pollard attended a bridge Rexall Milk Magnesia, qt. ............................ 59c
I discussed at a social meeting of be purchaied from any auxiliary luncheon given Mri Carl
;, Junior Woman may member. by Petrofol Mineral Oil, pt. ......................... .......49c
the Club Mon- ..jl,. Regale in Miami Tuesday

; : Petrofol Mineral Oil, qt. .... .............................69c

I II GE-7 Carbonates Comp., 5 oz. .......................59c

: I : REELECTSID GE-7 Carbonates Comp., 10 OZ ...................89c

I '! Bisma Hex Anti Acid I I -A--; Opalite

L. KENDRICK j r Po ....50c and $1.2iJ; n I ; Combs, 10c



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r Social Ii I Community Sunday school held I
I *. Herman Heinlein was Installed BRIDGE CLCB (ENTERTAINED: get-together and covered dish supper :
president of Redland Par- AT HNDMAN: IIIOME it the church on Monday In I

:ent-Teacher Association at meeting Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hindmanand the[ afternoon the group worked .
on the grounds and building! :
Mrs. H. Pierre
I Friday afternoon in the school entertained -
LOCAL Those present were: the Re\ \
PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION the members of the Wed-
auditorium Mrs R W. Protliero and Mrs C. C Nelson Mr. and
nesday Night Bridge Club at the
ELECTS MRS. M. F. WHITE PRESIDENTMrs I was installed first vice-president; Hindman horn on Thursday night Mrs T. P. Kelly Mr and Mrs t

I Mri Clyde Gosiman second vice- at last week Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frank Stillman, Mrs. Gotch Ku- }
I M. F White was unanimously !room gave a safety operetta thatI i]I president; Miss Jewel Turner, secretary Webb were high score prize winners eldt, Mrs. Thomas Brewer, Mar-
j elected president of the received unusual applause. and Mrs D. E Bashor Bret and Betty Stillman, William

I Homestead Parent-Teacher Asso- Announcement was made that I treasurer. Others who attended were: Mr. Mulklns and Willard Norman.
I elation at It* meeting Neva King the associations next candy sale Principal Carl Wagner Installedthe and Mrs Bevo Webb, Mr and Mrs
Cooper school Wednesday afternoon will be held Apr. 27. officers. Julian H. Webster, Mr. and Mrs REDLAND LADIES' AID MEETS
I The other officers, also WITH MRS. II J. ARMSTRONG:
Ceo N. Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs
It was announced, also that all Mr. Wagner gave a talk on the
elected unanimously are: Mrs W. E. Rheney, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mrs. H. J. Armstrong was hostess -
I officers, chairmen and room consolidation of the Redland and
George D. Ruehle, first to the Ladies' Aid of Red-
vicepresident -
U. Lehman Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
mothers well others who Homestead senior high schools
as as can
I ; Mrs Jack Polk, second vice- land Community Church at her
Faust and Mr. and Mrs. W R.
go should attend the school of and read sections of the recent
I president; Mrs James Nesbitt secretary Bird. home on April 12
made under the directionof
i Instruction in Miami Edison High survey
and Mrs Geo. N. Wake-
Officers will be elected at the
I School on Saturday. Mrs. White tht Florida state department of
field, treasurer. will arrange for transportation for education. MRS. C II. DENBY HONORED next meeting which will be heldat
! They will be Instated on Friday those who notify her. Miss Elmeda Roberts, Mill mm SURPRISE SHOWER the home of Mrs. T. P. Kellyon
May 17, at 8 p. m by Mrs. Mrs. uiras room and Mrs. J. Marie Bashor and Clyde Chambers Mrs. C. H Denby was honored Country Club road on April
'Il; Walter Beckham of Miami, thirds R. Rutland room won the attendance sang selections from the op- with a surprise miscellaneous 25
s vice-president of the Florida Congress prizes eretta, "Crocodile Island," which shower Monday at the home of Those present were: the Rev
of Parents and Teachers, la to be presented In May. Mrs. Claude Campbell. Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. C. G. Nelson Mrs Geo.E. .
President W. R. Bird announced MRS T J. FAUST HOSTESS The high school band under the :)nd Mrs. A. L Lanier were Deuel, Mrs. Frank Stillman
Judge Beckham will be guest TO MONDAY BRIDGE CLUB direction of Mrs. Clarence Gray the hostesses. Mrs A. W. January, Mrs M M
speaker at the meeting Mrs T. J. Faust entertained the played several numbers Mrs. Denby won the high score Ramsey, Mrs. Moore Mrs Anna
The association voted to sponsor -I members of the Monday Bridge prize In bridge; Mrs. J. A. Pollard Mcssersmlth, Mrs Thomas Brewer -
a concert by Driscoll Wolfe Mrs Kelly and Mrs Armstrong -
Club at a dessert bridge party W. M. 8. CIRCLES the second prize; and Mrs Lloyd
i Miami tenor, who sang two solos Tuesday afternoon at her home. HOLD APRIL MEETOGS Witt, the low score prize. .
at the meeting Mrs. White, Mrs. Mrs B. M Hindman was high Mrs. J. J. Richards conductedthe Jello, cookies, mints and iced
Ben Archer, Mrs. W B. Mills and score, prize winner and Mrs. C J' Bible study of Marian Deltas tea were served
Mrs. Ralph Wilson were appointedon Parman second prize I winner circle of the Woman's Missionary Those present wereMrs Ruth
the concert committee. The Those attending i were: Mrs Lee I Society of the Homestead Metho- Wilson, Mrs. Harry Schauborgir
profits will be put In the piano H. Lehman Mrs. W. E. Rheney dist Church at a meeting Tuesday Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mrs Robert
fund. Mrs. Julian H. Webster Mrs Bevo afternoon at the home of Mrs. Glenn Jr, Mrs. Russell Horne
Miss Eula Ray's third grade Webb, Mrs Elizabeth Fuchs, Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg The Book of Mrs Dexter Horne, Mrs Labon t
Hindman, Mrs Parman and Mrs. Psalms was studied Bibhop, Jr., Mrs. A. E Campbell
REDLAND ROOM MOTHERSTO Faust. Other members attending were: Mrs Flay Watson Mrs Mable
HOLD RUMMAGE SALE Mrs. J. P. Anderson Mrs. Grace Gude, Mrs Bertha Dinby Mri
The room mothers of Redland !MRS ANN REND\ Gins Mclellan Smith, Mrs. Vivan Booth Geo. D. Ruehle, Mr Paul Re, r
school will sponsor a rummage MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER Mrs. J. P. Dye Mrs Casper Williams nolds, Mis Witt, MPollare
sale In Goulds on Saturday they Mrs Charles Martin and Mrs Mrs. Dan Williams, Mrs.J. Mrs Denby, Mrs. Lames, mM M.
decided at a meeting Monday aft- John Martin were hostesses Monday D. Redd and Mrs. E. S. Cnplngci I Campbell.
ernoon at the home of Mrs. D. E. evening at a miscellaneous Miss Helen Livingston conducted -

Bashor, room mother chairman ,shbwer given for Mrs Ann Renda the study course of Pearl Davis SORORITY TO SPONSOR + taa..
The sale which will be held |fat the home of Mrs Charles Mai- Circle of the W M S. at n meet CANDY SALE :MAY 7 +t r
at Baldwin Packing house, will ]I tin In Homestead ing Tuesday afternoon at the homeof Kappa Phi Delt, ssponsoi ,,,
begin at noon and last until 10 Vinous Mrs. A, S. Moye Members a candy sil 11H..
games were played dur-
o'clock Saturday night. ing the evening Cake and present were: Mrs Goo Rnnson, on May 7. election il I.., '
Room mothers attending were: were served punch Mrs. C. D. Eokcr Mis S. E. Liv- bers decided at a ml'1 i .
Mrs J. A. Rotherham, Mrs. W. E. ingston, Miss Livingston and Mrs. evening at the home (If miI'I
Gaby Mrs. C. E Elchenbergcr, Others present were: Mrs. Wllla Moye Brown
Gosjman, Mrs. How- Inlow Mrs. Fanny Smith Mrs At the Mollie
Mrs. Harvey Wingate Circle The hostess served I h"t t ,
ard Kirk, Mrs. Frank Hathaway, Johnny Hewitt Mrs Jack Roberts meeting Tuesday afternoon at the late, cake and crackers
Lewis and Mrs. Boshor. Mrs. J. M. Martin, Mrs. Marlon home of Mrs. ,
Mrs Dan Wingate, Mrs Sam Those present I'(' Ali," I I"I
Armstrong, Mrs. Robert Hunter, J. Davis conducted the study of Richards. Miss Cloud, ('"n"'',
PRESBYTERIAN GROUP Mrs. Luther Strickland, Mrs. Fay the Book of Psalms. Miss Mary Grace Englisl! Mi.,
HAS BEACH PARTY Hilson, Mrs Ruth Jones Mrs. Others who were present were Frances Lamb Miss Betty Jan.'
The Young People's Society of Mis Esther Scott Mrs. Ruth Phillips, Mrs D. L. Bowen, Mrs J. M. Meybcm Miss Nina Dyiil, Mi,.sWavn John J. Lindsey
the First Presbyterian Church en- Mary Mathis Mrs. Esther Holding, Mrs O. L Showalter and Morton MIss Doris Wur and!
joyed a beach party at Miami Lambert, Miss Cleo Jones, Miss Mrs. J. A. McNelll Miss Brown
Leona Sheltnutt Miss CANDIDATE
Liza Mae
Beach Monday afternoon. Following McKenney Miss I ,,' ", .
a swim, a picnic supper was Louise Murphyand FOR

.served.Those attending were: Mrs. J. A. Those Miss sending Barbara gifts Jean were Phillips.: Mrs. William H. Sykes

Ricks, Mrs B. E. Gatlin, Mrs. J. Sam Slade Mrs. W. H Kennedy, Judgeof
W. Irwin, Mrs. T. L. Hodges, Miss Mrs. Darling, Mrs. Winchell, Mis Candidate for
Jane Gatlin, Miss Ha Jean Irwin Fanny Shuler, Mrs Tel McKen- i the
Mildred ney Mrs Lilla Ritch Mrs. Della
Miss Carol Lee, Misses
and Elizabeth Craft, Miss Lillie I Morgan and Mrs Molly. Caremon. CONSTABLE4th Civil Court

Mae Campbell, Miss Betty Lou I II
Harris Miss Ann Hickson, Misses 'I Rev. Geo. H. Ricks, Jack Gatlm District i
Helen and Susan Pope, Miss Teeny John Kuhn Gordon and Richard Of Record

Torbert, Miss Annetta Deglcman Dill, Tom and John Hodges, Joe Ii'g
Misses Lois and Dorothy Bthrcns and Blair Hickson Terry Sporev : g Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated Served you 'faithfully In two

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.I Page Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday April 19. 1940Homestead

of primary work was excellent i and entertaining reading on every A

Jean Rhoads is a new student subject In which a young fellow
in Mrs Dye's third grade The iI Interested. It is particularly
\\1 High-Lights J third graders are finishing Eskimo I helpful In sports. I made our

booklets. The fourth gradersare school basketball team because of
beginning to make bookletsof I playing tips I read In THE AMER.
different myths IICAN BOY."

I Junior Play, "Jonsey I SOUND RECORD MADE: Senior Rogue's GalleryBy Mrs. Cooper's pupils finisheda Many famous athletes In all

, To Presented 318'Y 3 Mr. Downs from the Universityof Allen Pope Holland sand table showing the sports credit much of their sue. \
Miami made two recordings of Every week we will give a brief zuider tee, break-waters, sand cess to helpful suggestions received "" e
the band, one of the glee club: account of the life of two Homestead dunes, a canal, a Dutch house, a from sports articles carried laTHE
"JOOtll!'y, a three-act comedy will and on. of the girls' quartette. seniors. This week we will windmill, a haystack, and a tulip AMERICAN BOY Magazine. "
be put on by the Junior class on Each member of the dramatic
take up Allen Pope and Coaldia garden Virtually every Issue offers advice :.
Friday, May 3, in the auditoriumof
class also had a sound recording Grennell. The fifth and sixth grades enjoyed From a famous coach: or player. "
the Neva King Cooper achooLThe
made of bit voice Mr. Downs explained -
Norman and marshmallowroast Football, basketball track tennis.
cast will be at follow: Allen Pope was In a wiener "'
Archer Dodson, Joruey, a twenty- to the group the process Park Oa, November I, 1922. He and swimming party at the In fact every major sport Is covered ..
record. The needle
of making a In fiction and fact articles.
came to Homestead with his familyat municipal park and swimming
year-old boy; Katherine Ordmedes,
which cuts the dine Is tipped witha
his society mother; Lester Archer, of emerald and u the tender age of one pool Friday. Games were enjoyedby Teachers, librarians, Barents and
Ms father; Nina Dullard, his obnoxious small piece He Is the second child In a family all the pupils. leaders of boys clubs also recommend ..
It cuts Into the disc there U an
kid sinter; Louise Booker, amount of fine wiry substance of four. He spent his youth Mrs. Bird's, Mrs. Fifield's and THE AMERICAN BOY n.thusiastlcally. .
Mildred Ellis, a girl from next thrown off. having picnics and making mud Mrs Wynn's rooms had] I half- They have found '
door, who thinks Jonsey is her pies, and he makes his money by holiday last Friday. that a* a general rule regular read-
boy riund; Jamie Richards, abe The members of the band and taking up the collection In the The fifth grade bought clay with vance more rapidly and developmore
,tutlful actress, Diana Devereaux, glee club had much fun when First Baptist Church P. T. A. prize money and Mrs. worthwhile characterises
the records were played and each lie be seen frequently Joking than do boys who do not read It.
whom lonscy gets mixed up with; may Archer Is helping! the class make
could hear for himself how the around in a 1937 Willis Tralwd writers and artists, fa-
_ J T Godwin, Mlldied's uncle, Mr. gray bowls and candestlckk
Jirk-on: Elbert Dolor, Mr. Silver- band and glee club sounded He abhors smoking and drinking, mous coaches and athletes, explorers

berg, a Jewish salesman who has The band had pictures made but the girls aren't bad He was AMERICAN: BOY MAGAZINE scientists ana nun siccessful : -
a fight with Jonsey's father; Fred after the recordings formerly a member of the widely In business and Industry
Fui-hs. ,i hurd-bolled policeman The band will provide the program known Safety Pen Club. His COMPANION: TO THOUSANDSHundreds ,join with an experienced staff to
who breaks up the fight: Sheridan for the Woman's Club on favorite color is blue. Of all girls produce In the THE AMERICANBOY
Miller md Elbert West, two effluent Tuesday, April 23. he prefers brunettes Swimming of thousands of boys the sort of reading matter
(?)) plumbers Jack Met it his favorite sport. and young men read THE AMER- boys like best.

Michael: a college friend of BUY RADIO-PHONOGRAPH He took a comic part In the ICN BOY Magazine every month THE AMERICAN BOY sells on
Jonsey, and Adrian Callahan, Hat- .I senior play, "Spring Fever." We and consider It more as i living most news stands at 20* a copy.
With the proceeds from the Indian wonder if he is still looking for
tie, a negro maid. Subscription price. ure UOO for
companion than as i magazine
I)>'tty Jan Mayhem 1* prompter.The operetta "Dawn Boy, a beautiful -,one of those meat unusual beetles. "It's as much a buddy to mt amy s one year or $3,50 for three years.
Phil radio and
whole cut li working hard; combination co He hopes to be graduated from neighborhood chum," writes Foreign rates SOc a year extra.
phonograph was purchased by:!Homestead High and become a :
to make this play the bed one high school senior. "THE To subscribe limply send your
. the pupils of the elementary;!history teacher. AMERICAN BOY seems to understand -: name, addre>a ana remittance direst .
: a boy's problems and to THE AMERICAN BOY, "
Vart Winner considers
Rheney With the purchase of this Instrument Caaldla Grennell was born on ; 7430 Second Blvd., Detroit Michigan. Iti
them In such a sympatheticand
I Of Local Spelling Bee an extensive programof Epmore drive In Redland, Dec. 2, .-Adv.
I music appreciation has begunin 1 1923 She la the youngest of foul helpful way. It gives advice i

t The school thoroughly enjoyedthe all six grades-tht study of Instruments children.We "
spelling bee which was presented of the orchestra and the have been told that aM was
at chapel program Friday. study of the work of the great a very bashful little girl when she
Contestants from fifth, sixth, seventh musicians The fifth and sixth was young. Every Sunday mornIng In Life
and eighth grades took part. grades are making music notebooks she could be seen playing In ,
Those who took part In final the cradle roll department of the
eliminations here were: Ruth By- Frances Foster has purchased a First Baptist Church.
rum, Cecil MeAd, Ruth Rutland, cornet and has begun her study Red blue and green are her Travel First ClassIn
DiM-la Ada Dodson. Frank Haus- of this Instrument favorite colors. We hae mind
man Mary Catherine Suber, Ardel ;heard that eating and riding are

Piirman, Betty Arrant Mar yFrances Miss Bow's home economics her favorite sports. Her favorite
Byrd, Donald Searey, Vlrgmia subjects are speech and home eco- competitive strife
+ classes have closed the cooking extra quality
i Walker, Frank Rice, Mar. nomics.
j, t Jurl. Longhorn, Walter Hoffman I room making and spring the dresses girls ,have begun She Is president of the Homestead wins. Six months will place you aheadof
Warren Robinson, Dolly Barnett 4-H Club, and Is also a the crowd.
t A Ida Connor, Clarice Do d lon, member of the Glee Club.
Mart 0e1Fa) Skiner, Sue SKIN A CAT In an interview wo learned that
MUll, June Vann, Gloria DeMarla, Some of the boys from Mr. Hes her future is undecided. Why be satisfied to see your friends

V.ira Rhenvy, Margaret Booth and ter's science class! have finished succeed and you remain at the foot of
Eugene Lott. skinning a six-foot rattle snake GIVE MUSICAL PROGRAM
Van Rheney won the match and and are now skinning a large bob- the the hill
I Friday morning student
Clarice Dodson was runnerup. cat.
body enjoyed a musical program
The inner repreenU our school that preceded the spelling bet. Get our terms-pay after position is
at the contest In Miami on May 17. All the high school classes: have The devotional was led by Mary secured.
The winner of the district contest missed Mrs Becker and Mrs. Scott Frances Arthur Phillys Wilson I

. will get J trip to Washington, D. C who have been ilL played two violin solos "Oh, Sweet Summer prices now on.
Mystery of Life" and "When Day I
: .I' T. 4\. to Give Medals SAFETY PATROLS TO PLAY Is Done." Humoresque," a comet Make
: For Speech Contests The Homestead Safety Patrol solo by Henry Dodson, ended the yourself worth more. Then ask

t will play Redland Safety PatrolIn musical. more.

r The seventh, eighth and ninth a diamondball game here Fri-
/I grade speech clauses are preparing day afternoon. ELEMENTARY NEWS Judge us by our pupils-mer fire hun .

, material for the speech contest The lineup for the Homestead All the pupils of Miss Jackson I dred are Hung examples.
which will be held the first team will be as follows catcher. room are Interested in making:
week of May. The P. T. A will\ Paul Rue; pitcher, Capt. Harry spool animals for a circus. Theyare i Position
I give "i bronze medal to the winner Pierce; first base, Fred Hobart; glad that Garret Holdum, Carl ', or money back guarantee is

in the seventh grade; a silver second base, Harry Bishop; third Smith and Calvin Waldron are still open.HOMESTEAD.
modal to winner In the eighth base, Carl Alexander; left field back after long absences
grade and a gold medal to the Jay Newton, right field Billy Mrs. Edwards' pupils are gladto '
winnei in the ninth grade Jacobs welcome Billy Campbell from
: TIM speech festival in which Miami. BUSINESS COLLEGEMorris
E f wlnnei ol tlomestend Redland The picture J. feature materialof Effie Mae Waters kept the third
and Perrlne schools \\111,1\'(' their I' the "Christian Science Moni'or' graders while Miss Ray attendedan
I speeches over ,I iinln. will be held ', Is being tiled Kfprt students can A. C E. meeting In Miami.' Building Homestead
al Rvdland High School early In' use It as reference!,work. Miss Ray reports that the exhibit

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''and daughter-in-law Mr.-and 1.1ra. 1 leave Mrs. Skill's horn at 030: Burry, Thelma John Teenie Torbert. *

Stuart Shields. In Miami Saturday morning. They are to Kate Gautler, Lena Bell
inncrka bring ten cent to pay for the gas Bonds, Venn Collins, Sarah Vihlen.
J. Scales of Atlanta arrived and each senior scout may invite Charlotte Murray Caroline Gaft-

I,Tuesday on a business trip. ant or two guestt. Mrs.. James ney, Marion Deere, Hazel John

Mrs James M Carson of Coral Hudson. Mr.. Skill and Mrs. Carl Evelyn Qownutn Bertha Mat
Homestead ''Gables visited friends here Mon F. Robinson will accompany themon Flau Barbara Wright, Doris
the trip.Katherine. Singleton and Kathleen Wagner.
I day.Mr. Shackleford and Ruth Miss
Dempsey Creary. Girl Scout
'I and Mrs. Rutland
Joint hostesses
" :. Ralph Desmond were at director of Dade County, will visit
Tom Collins returned to the' guests on Wednesday; Mrs Lillian Fred Brockett and George H. Todd the meeting. Games and singing Redland Troop J8 on Monday.
University of Florida in Gainesvllh Connelly and Mrs. Ruth Summer left Wednesday for Connecticut were enjoyed. Ruth Byrum was' April 22. at which time the girls :

Sunday after a three-day : both of Coral Gables. Mrs, Con Mr. and Mrs.:-A.: B. Langham Invested into our troop. Marion are Inviting their mothers to meet
visit with his mother Mrs. Eva nelly haa directed the annual I and family moved from Homestead Edmonds read a poem in the goodnight with them. .
He it now t staff sergeant Junior circle.:
Collins. Woman's Club cabaret for last week to the Anderson On Tuesday, April 23. there
of artillery in the R. O. T. the r N.N.Nw,1rNNrr.r.wwr.Nwwr.r.N.rww.
past two ;years. 'cottage on South Broadway. will be a rehearsal of the Girl
I C.I .... Redland Girl ScoutsBy
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N-I r-- N N r r ry y Scout program which they will j :;
Mr, and Mra. Vfm. C. Miller otVVlllard I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hobson of Homestead Girl ScoutsBy KATHLEEN WAGNER; stage at the school assembly on '
" Ohio, who have been Miami are spending several weeks MELBA VAN W1MKLB 1'------NN. Friday ;q
,".' visiting their: cousins Mr. and at the home of their son-In-law NN...--W The Redland troop or Girl Scouts
t. Mrs. N. O. Ball, for several days and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, R E. The Redland NNNINIYNMNI Girl -WI were guests of the Homestead
will leave on their return .home Shcrard. Mr. Hobson suffered Scout troop troop Tuesday afternoon at the
visited the
,\ today. broken ribs several weeks ago afternoon Homestead troop Tuesday home cf Mrs Frank Skill The I : I
, at the home of Mrs. Cafe 1
when ho was struck by an auto- Frank Skill. Redland girls attended 100 per Tropical

' Mrs. C. L. houdyshell who spent mobile as he stepped into the It was decided that our troop cent, accompanied by Mis C. F
street. Hrnnington. Mrs A. L Campbell
the winter here visiting her would
attend the court of
Mrs. Harvey Cowman. Mrs M NOW I.OC.\TEH' : j
brother-in-law and sister, Mr and awards to be held at Miami Edison
Mrs. B. M. Hindman, left Wednesday Mrs Houser R. Colhns and Miss Mildred Small. d
Roy has returnedto High School on May < since AT THE .
for her home In Indianapolis.Mrs. her home in Shelby N. C., after plans for the tea will make It Impossible After the business session of ;
the hostess troop the girls were EVANS HOUSEOne
spending the winter in Homestead. for us to be there I
Arthur Wellesley of Miami Those scouts who have material served iced chocolate milk. Sev-
, 111 at her home. eral relay games and songs were '
Beach is seriously
I Clark Osburn of Redland returned on ten different trees written up Block Smith of
Mrs. Wellesley has visited friendsIn to his home Sunday after by next Tuesday will be eligibleto then Those enjoyed.attending from Redland Kronw-Fluilrr Traffic ; "
Redland on numerous occo- spending several months in Beach- go OB a camping trip to Mathe- Marie Light, on 8. Krome Ave.
were Rosemary Hennington
lloni. ,brook, N. C. son Hammock Things to observe J
in Rogers Kathryn Levy, Elvira .-' _..
writing on trees are: where
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Wake-
Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Jr.. Mrs. they grow whether or not both
field are expecting Mrs. M. P. Frank Schneider and Misses Helen sides of the leaves are the same,
of Mrs. Wake- I
Thompson, sister the
and Esther Livingston returned part of the tree the plantIng -
field and Mrs. G. W Drake sis-
. ter-ln-law of Mrs. Wakefield to Saturday from the grand chapter tree of and seeds how how in general to prune to take the'
meeting of Order of Eastern Stars
W. B. Caves Sr.
:t.; arrive tomorrow from Washington held in Orlando. care of trees. Each girl la to bring'
D. C. Mrs. Thompson and daughter ,
......... a notebook and pencil next week I
Linda, will stay until school N/ /,11 rl 1111.
to the meeting to take down information -| i
fa out and Mrs. Drake will remain FLORIDA IMNYUNMMMMMII-I 1 on trees.

tot ten days. By Mrs. W. W. Next week all of the scouts Candidate for

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Mr. and Mrs.: H. B. Beattie, Dr. papers for their notebooks will
Irene Shankln and C. P. Grinold Mr. be posted on the bulletin board at
attended the Rebekah assemblyheld were.H..H..H".HHH.'H..H..H..J Mrs. Skill's borne.
in Jacksonville this week. The senior scouts are to have a t JUSTICEOF
beach party Saturday They will
Mrs. ShankUn was a delegate from' from : (
Liberty Rebekah lodge of Home- will visit at Daytona Beach and) )
itead. Cocoa before returning to their
home here. t ELECT THE PEACE
Mrs. L. L. Is
Volgt visiting theRev.
and Mrs. Ceo. E. Deuel. Mrs Miss Emily Bea;; of Buford.. IRVING RENNO I
V ljt Is a cousin of Mrs. DeueL Ga., It a guest at the home of herb;

brother-in-law and sister Mr. and DISTRICT 4 DADE COUNTY
L. G. Buggies of Coconut Palm Mrs. Paul Haley. I ,

. 'drive entertained his brother and '
iftter-In-law Dr. and Mrs. Everett Mr. and Mrs, Walter S. Dardcn
Ruggles of Springfield Mass., at :of Detroit were Saturday guests Subject to Democratic l>>rimarIay: 7

his home lost week. ,of Dr. and Mrs S. S. Shields

Mrs. M. M. Ramsey and grand Mrs. Catherine Potter left Thurs-
daughter June Marie Moore of day for her home in North Haven I IOonn. Your Vote and Support
Rtdland, spent the Week-end with r .
relatives In Ocala. I
Will Be AppreciatedPaid
Mrs S. S. Shields spent several
Miss Pearl Whitaker had as days this week visiting her son I

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HERE; PROMISES!! Keep Volusia's Corrupt Politics

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I : Out of State Offices

Aid for the development of the ,
Redland District and 1U agricultural (pmh made tr Homer Ranlntir MMimnawr at the Itl..... HoWl, .vn Radio Button WMFJ. DartotiiBMCI
Industries was promised by ,. HorW., an April 15 1Y4o.Mr.. Hirdntr to ondlilmu for nwmbmlilp to the Htiuw ol Knn.wnutlM .
In GIWID 1. Volu.1. ,.
Mayor Walter B Fraser of Saint

Augustine, candidate for governor, i Hello, Folks Thank you for your hundred of phone calls and you have an irresponsible, undemocratic, unrepresentative -
In a talk In Legion park Saturday and letters of encouragement, that I received after my talk uneconomic, political derelict You have the product of
morning. I to you last Monday nIght. I can't possibly express enough the work of Francis (Edgar Bergen) Whitehair-Volusla

"If elected, I shall lee that laboratories gratitude over these ether waves to show you how much It County In general, and Daytona Beach in particular.
established in this means for the cause of decent, democratic and responsible One year ago a group of leaders arose from the ranks of
area no that growers and farmerscan government. It turns ardent hope into positive dynamic conviction the people-men with spotless records and unquestioned mo-
Improve their products and'' that the government of the people, by the people, and tives; men who represented the best of our community life;
get better prices for them," the I; for the Your peopie'shall be reborn in Volusla County. men of whom any community of the whole world could well
candidate said. ': life and your privileges, to my way of thinking I be proud; men who were driven by pure and simple righteous
"My program for development] put above the friends of Francis P. Whitehair-those friends indignation at a disgusting political situation. They representedthe
of the state calls for the extension lusia with two horns and a tall. I hereby pledge the people of Vo- will of practically every responsible citizen in the Halifax
of the six-lane "Skyline Drive" County that I will do better than try to get the rattle off country. Ordinary factional lines were smashed. They had
from Asheville, N. C., to the FlorIda the hlghways.Bf the state. I will GET them off. During my allotII'd the signed backing of five thousand seven hundred and sixty-
Everglades This li a federal- vacation this summer, I Intend to go and visit personally four'of' our finest citizenry, and the moral backing of every
financed project( and I have initiated every representative arid senator that Is nominated In the truly American man, woman and child the length and breadth
through the pork service of Democratic primary; and I have confidence In my ability to sell of Volusia County.
the department of the Interior the I I them, If they are not already sold, on the wisdom and necessity NOW! The spokesmen for this group went before the
Introduction in congress of a bill'' of the passage of necessary laws to rid Florida's highways legislative delegation that was allegedly representing Volu-
providing for its completion The forever from the livestock menace. At the last session i similar sla County in Tallahassee. They thought they were going
bill now is pending This highway1 I bill missed passage by less than fourteen votes. before three men. But no-they were wrong. They were not
, would mean the expenditure of I hereby promise that I will secure a majority for the passage men; they were not even monkeys but three real, live Charlie
millions! in this section and would of the necessary legislation to rid the Number One resort McCarthies They had radios for brains that were set to receive -
place Homestead on the map as state of the Union of Its Number One menace to the lives and messages from one source only. That source was, then,
the "Gateway" to the Everglades safety of the people who bring to Florida each year four-fifths as now, that matchless exponent of political expediency,
National Park, Every person in of their Income; and thereby end the eternal sacrifice that is Volusia County's brilliant example of un-Americanism, the
the Rcdljnds would benefit i I IMr going on, of one life every week of the year, to the cattle god. wire-pulling expert, the one-time child prodigy, the egotistically -
Fraser declared he is not a'' In addition to these lives that are being lost, there are thou- affected Francis P Whitehalrl
, lawyer but a business man and abu sands of dollars in property damage, hundreds of people are Now, Francis, through his Tallahassee stooges and sub
-inc s man Is what Florida needs Injured and thousands of peoples nerves are worn to a ragged rosa connections with the governor, took over the city government
a* a governor. edge because of the constant Imminent danger of finding of Daytona Beach with a ruthlessness that left the
"A lawyer knows law which Is' a cow wrapped up in the bumper. citizens gnspmg The leaders of the people had never believed
.. the reason that the state Is overrun Another point which seems to have very little recognition that even Whitehair would dare in the face of such unified,
r with laws; II business nvinki among the politicians is the fact that the removal of livestock sincere and determined; oppos.lion, commit such a deliberate
""m >. how to make money line! from the highways b>' fencing laws will be the greatest boon to crime against liberty and democracy as he perpetrated at
1.1. money and It fimiliui with the cattlemen that has ever been handed down. I believe more that memorable time.
oil the difficulties, uf running an than fifty per cent of the actual cattle owners agree on this Coming events cast their shadows' before. The spectre of
1'11"." pi.M-, ," hi s nd, point, because It will then enable them to improve the quality this power-mad, evil IntrWgenre, orctipjlns the politically
I I', r.tndldl1.11<1 1 lie wouldM 1 of our native beef for the first time in Florida's history, It will potent position of governor li unthinkable but possible. The
I. ,uibill. dI'JI.nltl(1 ut lit virtually sole In one stroke of the sword the cattle tick problem full "extent that a governor's J power extends, has never been
n '.IX increase and would shave of the state of Florida. It will end the needless slaughter by felt In our Sunshine !Slate.
Al l KiiiniioO off the .,mnu.il tort t ,d l state authorities of the wild life mainly doer that populate the It Is my opinion that the state of Florida at the present
nun"nix} the stiliRovcrnment. He Everglades and are now being destroyed on a bounty basis by time U In one of the roost crucial political campaigns In the
i to> t., r\\ opposition to a viln 1.ix the of Florida In order to keep them from spreading cattle history of her statehood. Now. for the first time has a man
; ;- awl 1 Mild he fnuirert immediate le- ticks among the cattle that are roaming free through the woods come within striking distance of control of our governmentthat
I pi- 11] uf the gross receipts tax and coming in contact with the roving wild life hat undoubtedly every qualification necessary to become
I 111m the only candidate that Therefore, I now nail this second plank to my platform an eradicable despot over the people of our fair state
ln," advocated a $3 automobile the first being the destruction of the machine politics In Vo- Ite Is the only man In the history of gubernatorial candidateswho
license tag," sold Mr Fraser "I lusia County; the second being the removal of cattle from the has the unquestioned supremacy as an organizer He has
propose! to exert my energies for highways of the state of Florida the unquestioned ability' to control the minds of his hench.mrn.
the $3 tag and I guarantee you Now, before I continue, I am going to present my third .lte Is the only man whose human philosophy Is BO depraved
that the schools will lose not a plank, which Involves the permanent crippling of local political ss to enable him la take full advantage of every power
Ingle rent thereby What moneyis machines in every county in the state Ladies and gentle within the scope of a governor of a state without a pans from
shaved from the ichool funds men for years there has been a problem which has been his conscience He Is the only candidate In the race who has
br reducing auto tags to $3 will studied] by bar associations and legal minds throughout the the unqualified support of the criminal element from Key
be more than made up in money land and that is the problem of securing equal justice under Went to Pensaeola. Pug-miles and hoodlums are his strongest
sowed from elimination of graft' the law from circuit court Judges. supporter This criminal element has been promised many
.' In various state departments. In Circuit court judges In the state of Florida In many cases things. Among them, and one of the most Important I* In
consolidation o t over lapping arc virtually put Into office by political machines. Therefore, each and every district throughout the state the delivery of a
bureaus and by new icnenuc that this gives the machine the support of the court. This spells in circuit court judge
will be developed by a judicious plain English: Unequal justice under the law. Not everyone Is familiar with the fact that although cir
t n.a ion,11 publicity and aelert"1tf To remedy this ailment, many things have been proposed. cuit court judges are running tot nomination all over the state
ci'npnjin that will attract milliOn, The best solution that I have ever come In contact with was for a term of six years the office Is not elective It Is appointive -
f of ,iddilional people to Florida '' recently proposed to me by a member of the local bar Honor- by the governor It Is the plan of the Whitehair organization
Mi Fraser said he favor, rev able Judge Ray Selden Therefore I hereby pledge myself to to trump up Incriminating charges against every
.1 iiini| of the Florida Citrus Control work for the passage of the necessary legislation or amendments Independent circuit court Judge in the state that stands in
I Commission and the rules und to provide that all circuit court judges in the state of the path of the new larger and mightier Whitehair Machine,
< i w Inch It operates. Florida shall sit for only one term of court in the circuit In and then appoint, to the positions, which they have not won
Hi would return control of the which thev are elected The next sitting will be In the next clrsuit. I by the consent and will of the people a pack of stooges.
eitruindustry to the hands of the and so on, clear around the state of Florida. In this manner This will give to the governor In addition to the tremendous -
gi iwii-.. "who understand then every section of the state will have a dispenser of justice administrative powers, semi-complete control of the courts
{ ov n problems and who are tin on the bench who has no political connections friends or of justice of the state of Florida Behind all this will come a
one who suffer from the rules affiliations, among either plaintiffs or defendant before the bar. tremendous torrent of fear propaganda which will virtually
1 now In force." He will thdrefore naturally decide each and every case to the silence any normal outcry of indignation that might arise
Prior to !Mr. Frnser's address an best ot tits ability according to Its points In law Instead of I am telling you, as a chisels' of Volusla County, and as a
! entertainment was given by the personalltissr' political pull, thereby securing to greater per- student \\hltrhalr and his machine method, that he will
Golden West Cowboys, a group of fection that which Is set forth In the Bill of Rights, and thatis make Huey Lent look like a sissy If Francis \\hlU-halr Is
I lingers and musicians who are accompanying equal justice under the law. elected governor he will have a political machine built up
: him on his campaign This, as you plainly see, will cripple and In some cases within two yean that will be Impossible to dislodge In twenty.
totally destroy the power of local machine politics The judge Indeed, the state of Florida Is on the brink of catastrophe.
, Teacher-"Johnny, If your father who sits on the bench In the district and In the circuit of apolitical Please, my friends, believe me that in my mind this situation -
; I earned forty dollars a week and machine will owe no allegiance to the machine of the Is not exaggerated, but the detailed plan of this proposed
gave your mother half, what wouldshe county or the circuit In which he is sitting, for the simple reason murder of the Bill of Rights for the state of Florida Is already
, have"Johnny"heart thntlt could possibly have nothing whatsoever to do with written, A few people know this, but not enough. I want
: failure,"-Ex. his successful attainment of the lucrative position of a cir- to ask that as soon as possible you lit down and write letters
cuit court judge. The very fact that these judges under 'this to every friend you have who lives within the borders of
system, will be non-political In the ordinary sense of the word this stale, and tell him about the record In Volusia Countyof
Dr. R. J. :Elliott will naturally attract to the office of circuit Judge a higher Francis P. Whitehair His half million dollar publicity
more sincere ind more honest type of man. campaign Is now in high gear. Thousands and thousands of
, f CIIIROPRVCTOR We all see in the papers the light of liberty flickering out people are being taken In by this seemingly harmless although
I II t all over Europe. Now it becomes our secred duty to wash our obviously expensive campaign. This political manipulator
I k Horn ftldg. Homestead own dirty linen and recapture, preserve protect and Improveour is putting himself up to the people aa an ordinary farmer,
I tii genuine faith in the fundamentals of our American system lawyer, business man. People believe this kind of stuff until
Faith In the protection of the basic law of the nation and the they begin to hear reports of other things; and after they
i I If American way has been systematically sabotaged in principleand have been taken In and then they realize It, there la an im-
i In practice by the manipulations of Francis P. White- mediate and tremendous reverse reaction. And this reaction,
f I It hair. Our community rottenness makes Volusla County a disgustingly ladies and gentlemen, I Is the only hope of the people ot the
weak link In the mighty chain that holds together state of Florida, and the responsibility for Its success I place
", I ONLY the greatest power on the face of 1.he'eorth for the rights and upon you as i patriotic American and a patriotic Floridian.
MONKEY liberties of the common man. Other gubernatorial candidates know some of Mr. Whltehair's
JUNGLE The right of self-government is the cardinal keystone of record, but obviously they have'everything to gain and nothing -
IN THE U.S. the arch supporting the American system It U the mainspring to lose by Whltehair's destruction. Consequently their
y' of our economic welfare. It Is the backbone of our expose, of him and his methods would have no power. But
a.0 y1.eu.' 11..k. mental, philosophical and moral well-being. Ita comforting coming from you, aa a citizen of Volusla County, as a taxpayer,
' Joss. Drive Mew presence helps give life lu meaning and purpose. Remove thiskeystoneremote as one who hat been hurt by a vile political situation, you
.a term raw s-.ta adi this mllnsprfn-ftmo\ thl backbone this have more power than anyone else In Florida.'THANK .
i Ne ro, an Yts.r.i
Ia..a.W inh.ay, right of self-government from any subdivision of government, YOU."

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ApJ'i119. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Fifteen


It r The Churches I I Hints to CLASSIFIED ADSRATE I I

: Tint Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Interttoc J JFOR

64 a line

BOHISTIaD-Dr. J B. Joanttea. .*- IT. JORN-,-.. B. _... ._IM arseRlarkford
Suada* aahool at It4a a, m i praaca otirHi itraet, HoMtead: r. .. ble price, liberal terms. Divided
tar eommunloa ++++++++++ ++ ++ +
IM it U a. a.. and T:10 p Is.. B: V. P. Uai ........ Holy at RENT into 2 stores Plumbing for 2
a,S* p. ai. Pram eanrl_ w- T SO a a.. : Sunday school at (:101 .0..- PLANT AN EVERGREENBy rest Owner
so7NFa.COULDbThu: its prayer at 1l.FREE rooms. Mrs Eva

Her soak 1'_.. paa.lar METHODIST Ethyl Holloway HOUSE in edland. modern convenience Collins, Biscayne Drive and Federal .

Sunday wheat at 10 .. m I praaehiBKal District Home Agent *. $10( a month. Brooks. Highway at Modello.
U a. a. aid ISO p. m I B. r. r. u. it FLORIDA CtTT-Tha IU.. Walk C. Inc.
Smeal _..... "My grandfather planted this Phone 78-R. (ASK)
(M at Prayer service at 1.ID P. B. Sunday acbool I p. a>.i
Widaaada praehln. S and T:10 p. m. Tuesday tree!" someone says with pride. LOST
player riling al 1 So
p. m.
.' CATHOLIC I Here in the yard of the home FOR RENT-Store at 99 Krome

METHODIST CIIIRCH 'giving shade to the children at A\e See Owner, Mri. Eva Collins REWARD for return of bifocal

.rBt'RCB E. Soeood OF.raniw TRI. Homaiuad SACRED :BURrI. the Rv .-.. r70ME8TAD-Thl. Re*. J. J. Rlckardipaitor i play, a windbreak for the birds in Modello. spectacles lost Thursday of 1 Jt

T. I. C ary. pattor Sunday mau at Preaching Sunday at 11 orbital a. B. al and I 7:41 10 a.a. m a>. .: winter, and joy for all.to see the week, Were In case bearing

u>o t a. n school; week dar maw al T to 9 O'clock dilly! Junior Lea u* al t:M p. m HI leagueat year long stands a living me- FOR LEASE for next tall desir- name of Hess 8rt) Earl Brun-
Sunday "rou the C'O p m? Senior League at ,,10 p. m. I morial. The leave able farm land Horne HomesteadMISCELLANEOUS
lit maw Communion women Ins Prayer meetlni al ; .10 opportunity to on St. Lucie ncr Apt .
p. m
Sunday of month for men and boyt, the SILVER PALM-The Key J. K. beauty behind by planting Canal. Front and
y, second Sunday of month Holy hour'Thun. Waller. you a protection
!r day Mora fist Friday of month al T ,10 Pastor.10 l. m :Sunday t>raihln school( ...,1.every.. on Sunday tint third at tree or shrub Is open alike to complete water control. Near

(' B p..n m>dlclloa Mata of first the Blamed Friday'al..!';' Onl..r n; and fifth Sundays 11 a. m and 7 ,10 p, ... sharecropper. renter. or landowner. railroad. Address correspondence -

maw Apr. :21 I to R. Nahrjung. Port SEE AMD BUY at anklet Variety -
;Morning topic: The recent unusual cold in FlorIda -
!Mayaca Fla. (t2-26)) Grove West Florida City
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHFLORIDA "The Recovered Rapture"; created a great desire for more (am)

anthems anti other special evergreen shrubs and trees that _

....... Sunday CITT.-h..dw.school .1 ..ja and.. .Ilolh. for music by choir Evening ser will stand low temperatures FOR &\LJ!; WANTEd

pupils. and" 10 years of aril morning mon by Dr. A. P. Smith. pai I Grounds either private or public
at 11 o'clock. Wednesday cocaine '
services which Include testimonials of kali tor of First Church. Fort LaudenUlr. that have been generously dotted FOR SALE-Good Used Frlgidalie REAL ESTATE WANTED Have

.S and experiences. and remarks on Cbrb. who will begin his with well-chosen evergreen shrubs Maytag ", 'asheIInd; model A Three clients who want grove
U.. Sctenot S p. m TN Public' It eon
.... Bcltnc S p. BlUadlni series of evangelistic messages.FRLNCBTON have the most inviting appearance Ford Tudor. J. P. Dye Modello I What have you' One wants a

xoom In church. tdlflM It open while we wait for spring to bring small and house another
Thursday afternoon from S,00 to -Tb* Ret J. I. Waller. (pa 19) grove !: ,
.:11. The public II cordially Invited 10 the Pastor; prvachlns at t a. a.. UtiadayFLORIDA up the sap In the deciduous group large grove, with Income; another -

and to wait the reading ...... .bool at 10. The best year-round effects Include FOR SALE Tropical plants, dtrui who wants to trade city

April 2 1 -Letwon-t ermonp -TV. K... C.CITTCOMMlMTrCRlRCB G. Melion. paitor Cturcb both deciduous and evergreen tree and tropic emit in property J. K. Dorn, 214 Halcyon

..4e: "Doctrine of Atone. 14) a. na., preaching at 7 tin p. m. A backdrop of evergreen sesaoa. Jungle Grave, Redland Arcade Phone 2.2483.paI9mI9).
larh..l.t prayers and bible study .... always makes an excellent foil for
_Lit ., ::10.RIIJLAND. road and Plummet drive. (
the interesting patterns made by

CHURCH OF CUltisT Rov. c. G.COMMIMTT Nelson. pallor CBl'RCBTb ....1 the plants bare of leave.. FOR SALE-Nice piece of business WANTED-Ik st Redland District

OME8TBAr>-Vlnt ....... and N. W. school at IP, pnacbmi at 11 .. Nurseries of course offer many property Good price for home and grove $10000 or less
Fifth aML Bible study at 10 a .>.. coma Leaaat at a:SI). Midweek prayers and
.akm ftltowihlp and preacblnf at Bible study Thursday al TilOPRESBTTEKIAN types of broadleaf and coniferous cash Benj. W.'Morris, registeredreal will buy. Must have at least :3

-JI .. .. CIilB-CIl evergreen plants, and these are estate broker next to Baptist bedrooms Client waiting. Eleanor -

CHURCH'OF GOD I cheaper in the long run. The pur- Church, Krome Ave., Homestead Froscher. Oversea Highway,
BOMESTEAD-Krome swoon it N. Itthafreet. chaser needs to be guided in her 1 mile south of Homestead
OHtlTIAD-' N. W. First amutitat The He*. 0.... H. Rlrki. pittor (tlCtf
.... Go. Q. Coplln paitor Sunday Bible. school al 10 a. m preaching' at 11 I selection by factors other than the Phone S28-J lal9\
school al t,II a. ... ; pnachlni at II a. ai. a ... : yourneopl.*i sass. at 7:10 at. a. I hand with the SALE _
specimens on nurseryman FOR -Solid concrete block
end T s46 P. 81.i Junior Y. P. at T : children
miming f In p.......... Player nMtu. I Any plant gives a greater building at 99 Krome Axe. between TUTORING WANTED high
S p. m. WdntadurCHURCH LEGAL NOTICES 'return to its owner if it la planted B. & Loan and Chevrolet school and grade school subjects.!

OF THE NAZARENE I where the soil, sun and shadoware Bldgt Answers all building regulations Mri H. J. Armstrong, A. B..

HOMESTEAD- R... Robert HRptar NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR exactly suited to IU needs and Lot 25x133 ft ReasonKlldcnri Plummer drive and Country
paitor Sunday wheat at I 45 a 0 B: Fill 1 No f I where the landscape plan calls for Club road.
Notice .la hereby .n'the' w. R V.Orr.I' its particular shape and leaf form. NOTICE 0" APPI ICATIUN :
p.arkInc 11 a. m, .rd 7:90 m : FOR TAX UkED ICATION
: holder ai aliens of Clt of Miami \uriir OF
DL .Y P. : and Juniors mtuting i 7:00p. C. rtlflratet Numbered 1JIIHI> 19it: :I6.1 A walk in the woods at this I Chapter 17161-Art. of 1965 I II Foot TAX l>mChapter >>>

... Prayer seating Wednesday mtlnrtllO lit 0. U11J and 13 lI. dated the 4th day time of year would reveal what is File A6909Notlre :4&7 Ats nr ItSK
p. a.PRINCETONThe. I of July, A. D IKS' has filed raid Ceitlf I .In borJ;;' that Herold A I File N. A .I" II
H. T, P. town. cares In my office. and hm made inplicitlon I : :truly evergreen among the wild Row, of Bute and Notice I. hereby 01" that It II I I
v County .T.. Certificate No, 2MI Ixurilthe holder uf Slat- end County' 1'aa ,
for tax deed tu luw thereon In son.
pailor Sunday aehool at I HI pre.ching .rdo..o with I.... Said l'eDfhais' .ar... :things, but these plants require tth dar of Julr A D. 1117 has filed ;auNo. HUH Issued th.:: "1h ,ley r
al 10u a. m. and ;:SO p m. junior following dot.ra.ed property, exacting care at the time of digging I same In air office. and has made mi'plica. I lulr' .. 0 I 1937. hn. filed ..."' '"
HUmi at .SO : youi,v pctTpIti meeting rl Uhn Dade; County, Florid,. -. I and afterwards They have son for a ta* deed ui a* Issued thereon |office and h.. made opolt- sty ( "r ,
M ':M. Prays meting Mwloatday itt Lot I. Liberty Park An.nded, Plat Sold Certificate wordiness the following deed to b> tailed. thereon hake irmbram ",'.
,M p. B Rook 6, Pare St. In the l'il> of Miami I poor root systems and must be re-.I I't.'i' in the County or D.... the f 01winJ- d. I ," .
County of Didi. State ..t Florida. at I moved carefully and the roots Stale UwwltLot i in Uw County nf Dad. 8,ate ..f H h" "I.
embraced C.rtll..a.n.. 13490. The f. Mock I. Sea Board will
LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE assessment of mid property under the i must be kept moist until replanted. I 8 uh.. Plat Rook IK, !'n.. 4J. Lot Jt. HIV 2A, Ktlf..tltn I 10, I
IS. Township is n".h. Hante U. IIlIlIdo. I Not I I'' I
Mid Certlflrat Issued oaj In the mm I Sec a
of Unknown Winter Is the best time for transplanting In the County of Dade Slat ..1"I'hI"1 .'... 17. In the t..inly ..f II.,'. s "
OP APPIICATIOX fOR 11, Liberty Park Amended Plat from woods or nursery. Ida. of Ilnrlda .
TAX I'F-FO I 1Ir 6, Pain M. I In the City :.f Milml I | The assessment of laid pr "i"' The auMMMnt of all I'r"i...rn" ,? I r
F0. 13021 County of Hide, male of Florida n the Mid nrtlflcale Issued oat In aid certificate Issued wait In tl.. "..., ,
Notice li hereby alven that Thomas L. embraced In Certificate No 11404 "The Operator: "It costs 75 cents to of: Unknown : Unknown
Albert, holder .. aulirne* of State and aueunrnt of laid property under the I talk to Springfield" Unleea sold' certificatefish be redeemed Unions sold certificate hull 'I., ".dicrordlnir ., ,
County Tn Certificate Numbered 2SOS I sold Certificate Issued was In the name according to law the property liacrlliedtherein tn Uw the l pre.." ot, ..1. 'I.I' 4
dated the 7th day of July A. D. 1010. hat of F A. Pramuk Patron: "Well vv hat's your list will he sold bi the Mlhent hlddrr therein. will he ,oUI to ,th* 101.". .' I IIt hlo' '
filed said my office and her Lot 12. Liberty Park Amended Plat I at the Court home door on the first Mun ': the Court h"".,' rt...r or. 'I"I, f..n I M
rate call
ening want to
until I. ::\ :10n: Ui deed to l wthereon I Book 6 I In the till of Miami, my day In the Mouth of May. 1910. which lithe day In the month ,.f J..n.., I"1,,. ..I? 1.
In accordant with law. Bald County: : r""M ', State f Fl.IT Id., M I 1 wife. -Ex. 0th Jar nf Miy I tn. : the I" day ",f tune 1"I"
Certificate embrarra the following deirrlbrilproperty embraced In. Certificate No 1SIM The Dated this. 2nd day p..1Ioln.. Dated this Kth lay "t, .\,,rllf t I
.' situated In bid County Florida. ........ nt of laid |ir''|>ert}. under the E. "U'THI'UM"'S.: : II I I vrilHIM V I
..-wit 04 In the of h-k f ''', l.urt Il lock .,t I it '.I
ILet raid Certificate Issued was In the name Rook <. Pan City Miami :; :: ,
tl Block >, Buckeye Park, Plat I of E. A. rramuk County of Dad. Stab of Florida. a.ambracrd Dad.' (",, city laud, I, onh I .
Hook II: Pane 69. In the County of Lot 19, liberty Park Amended, Plat In Crrtlflcat No Illil The CI" lilt C.urt S, nlR. ( ,n ,at;' (sort 1. .1.1I .
S r ,rFRnl'rr n C I IIV V r I1 tow I 1"1 I I IBIRD'S .
riida Slat of Flnrldi' Book 6. Pan M In the City nf ;4iiml assessment of said property under the .
The iiiemment of Hid property lor County, of Dade Slaw 01 Florida, n 1 1emhnicad laid Certificate .Issued was In the name \p l' I" r In : tt.y, v 'n/o,
the laid: Certificate Issued was I I'n the In Certificate No. 1S100 The 01 l'nknown. .
Mm of Unknown t.ment of laid property under the Valens laid Cenlfleatoi.thill. be re- I J -
Unless laid Certificate thai! b* rrdeemeitaeeordfna aid Certificate issued wa In tat Roma domed Remelting to law. tn deed will
tn law tax deed will hunts the>rea -I of Unknown I Isere thereon on the 111h day .1 101.".
on the 14th diy of April A. D. 1.ln. Lot 49 Liberty Park Amended. Plat A. D. 1940.
Dated this. 0th day of March. A. D. R nn kCounty 6, Pare M I In the t It i ,f M,iml., Doted this lOth day .I April. A 0 1IjnE.
1(40. of Dadr, Sit' < Florida ni I II I,EATHKRMANClerk ,
P B. LFATHEHVAV! embraced In (' Clerk 01 Circuit C... I ...."m.nl ,..I,1 ,.r. I" "y under the Dade Count). Florida.Circuit .
r Dad County. Florida. eat.1 I', rlr1-ate, 1.1 "." .n 'hr rams, Crust Seal IndorsedUSED
Chests Court Real.1t. '' ',' Hy N. C STERRETT D. C
r ByN' C STERFFTT D. C'If II,. ; .' h. ,t,. l' ,' In. ;. .' r'" I Apr Jl, If, Jo, Mil 3. I.'.. 194,
+ met 22. 99. Nor I. 12. 19,1940) I



la R*: ESTATE. OF JOHN B TOW'ERDecuied $880 DELIVERSThe.New I!

NOTICE TO CREDITORS tins used ran always represent food value. but the

To All Creditor and All Peraoni. Ravlnai : ones listed below are unusually choice' and we recommend -
r C..I.. .. or Dom.... Aralnit Said EalatcYou I
and each 'to' are hereby nc.- I any one of them for roar ronslderatian
titled and required present: any claims

and demands which you or either of 'o R.I: I I i '........ ................. .................
mar have against the eitate of John
Tower deeeaied, Into of Homestead' Dad
County. Florida to the Hon W F III .- I
<... County Judge of Dad County. and
file the Name, In hta office In the County. 1940. PONTIAC
Courthouse la Dada County. Florida. withIn I 1916 FORD PICKUP excellent condition ;
, eight calendar month from the date
i of the first publication h.....,. Said i-bunta five new tires.
.r demands to contain the .kcal adds ,f I
the claimant and to be aware to sod ,...- '

t anted Sew Section ai aforesaid 120 of or the tarn IMS will Probal b* .barred Art. 'I| (De Luxe Equipped) 1931 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDAN Rood

Dated this Mth day of March A !>. 1840 I I
JANE D. TOWER. condit:on ; priced to sell.
Ai Executor of the Lot
Will and Testament of TO YOU IN HOMESTEAD I I
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Paste: Sixteen _THE_LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 19. 1940

i CRAWFORD AND itiation.lar meeting and Green Hand In- .

I The committee also discussed
GABLE TOGETHER plan for our father and son ban
,quet which we hop?to have sometime

FOR SIXTH TIME I IWlIat' It. for lOOn arrangement, and appointed concerning committees FRRLI NE

Members present were: Rex Ro-
all the shooting about I mine, Bill Hampton, Lewla Vrana
Clark Cable and Joan Crawford and Harold Hampton.
want to know. After the business meeting the
Ai usual, when a screen team I I committee enjoyed refreshments EHLERS GRADE COFFEE Grind. lb. 25c
and adjourned at 9:40.

one reunite starts after a rumor I separation that all, lOme-I I A big come hunter and his ? 3 j Sunswcct Fruits ]
well between them that had taken in aban- sq
guide refuge an
doein't want to appear doned cabin during a storm :ii'RUNES .. -.. ..2lb. pksr. 18c

ether In fact, that one has "The feller: that lived in this 1 cansWe 1 PEACHES ....... 11-oz. pkg. 15c ..

right out In public and 4.'Om'l'!cabin," said the guide, 'was an 1 CAt :APRICOTS ......................11-oz. pkg: 17c
inventor H* invented a rifle '
that h* will neverdo another( ridge loaded with )" i FOOD j RAISINS ................._ ..15oz. pkg; 10c +
ture with the othw.Rldiculoui cart-I'
and absolutely! I stead of powder. MIXED FRUITS .... .......11-oa. pkg. 17c
"I suppose those spots on
true, declares Gable Somebody ," aald I
wall there are the explosive!
. must have been hard up for a the hunter. FRANKLIN'S FRESH KILLED
story lays Miss Crawford But Nope," replied the guide,I
to convince their fans that they "They're the inventor,"-Ex. 5feGolden
are telllnf the truth li something &
els* again. . ., . I 17c BI'oiIEI'S c
The talk started when the two iES
were announced al the costarringteam nR f+0UN1 1
for "Stranga Cargo," which OLYMPIATHEATRE -' 1!_ lb. to 1/ lb. A vg., each .fl.gc
, opens Friday at the Olympia
Theatre and runs through Sunday RipeBananas
It la their sixth coIllrrln'en. :

I I years.tore and their first in nearly three CRISCO or SPRY, 3 lb. can .46c _

"Look," said Gable, "will you MIAMI l
tell m* how and why this happens = 3 Ibs . ==
i Fred Aitaire and Eleanor Powell PIIILUPS'
hadn't been working together five Friday thra Sunday HOMINY No. 2 can 5c
minutes before the gossips had It April lt2tl $ .uuu ''
right from the hone mouth that
all was not well between them. OH THE STAGE IN PERSON 0'
?" Th memo gossips are always toyIng a '""""' FREE Jack Armstrong' Sky RanterWHEAT1ES Q
to dream up a feud between of Stars 19cPALMOLIVEI 2 5 C
Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Bandwagon 2 pkgs. _.. I
Eddy. They were Imagining friction withSHAW
between Fred and Ginger I
Rogers long before( there was LEE i HANDT-PACK 0 Bottles
thought of teaming Fred and Elea. I$ COCA-COLA Plea Depart) 25 C 5
nor. I suppose inevitable that Comedy Stan of Stage, Screen
there should be a quirk In human I$ I
Radio ,_
psychology that makes a rumored 3 FOR
4( plit-up such a choice morsel( but A Host of Other : 19 25c i iRome i2l
It annoys me nevertheless because ONE" Sugar
.' r Joan warm and personal I have friends always"been such | 5-lb. bag

..... .. ON THE SCREEN
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REDLAND F. F. A. Clark Gable OC AGt BeautyAPPLES Selected
,,, Joan Crawford SCR z
Friday afternoon our team played I I1 9
Andrew Jackson Chapter! team 21c 10 lbs. 27c N
5 -
a diamondbnll game on their home "STRANGE CARGO"Monday u u ;tae::
grounds The score was t'e) 8 In i C
Want Ctotla as DmwsV =
our favor Those who played on
: Harold Hampton, Clydt Stokes, thru Wednesday, I sad OF BEEF lb. .Z9c
ee ealsr.at.e PRIME RIB I Ia
Tom Hinkley. Harry Wilson, Austin April 21-23-24 I "" =
Jones, Bill Godwin, Sanford SUPER SUDS,sm I
Austin Lamar Jackson, John Ann Sheridan s "NON.NM..Lr
i Casino and Leonard Bruce. gg I out r alcl C \

r I team After enjoyed the game a wiener player roast of both at Jeffry LynnIlumphrey Bogart j 1 Lg. size .. .21c DEXTER Sliced Bacon LB. 19c j_ '

the horn of Leonard Bruce, with |
our chapter ai host -in-- !
I Monday night our executive QCTACONEND
commute met at '7:30: and made "IT ALL CAME GOH CUTS
plan for a former-mernber-nlght 2 0 |
lb. c I
. in connection with our next regu _m . . FlgES 19c PORK LOIN ROAST, .. ;:



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