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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00278
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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XXVIII--NO. 19 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 10. 19JI PINUE FIVE LION .o





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Bj Mary Ferrell I DickinsonWe l Diamondhall CameScheduled; [Kendnck. SI':1l'hnl'(101l'h.. r

BOARD NAMEDTO Tonight Coleman! (Got! Iip'hi[ t 1

who share these precious things- Endorsement) ,.

The holy waiting for a child The diiimiiiidlnll, t trim of the
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TAKE REINS And travail's agony beguiledBy Brooker PunAml'rk.1I.IIn Luinlx r Company and the ,KKDI) DEFBATS) ; HIRI :
of Coconut '\
BV 71 VOTE: MAIliilN
joy that lifts the heart on wings Clove will play ,a nine-Inning ,
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game tonight ut the municipal
Who share a ministry of love paik Andrews, and Jerry Curt4't'< f
Community
Representatives The 1940 season of the Homestead Given Nod 1 in'Senatorial
in
to Have Chargeof In kiting small hurts watching above Dljinondtwll Association It 1 1

Operation An ailing child We have a bond- Expected to get under way next Contest :

(Italian, German, English, or other, Friday, F D Mock president of the Politlol fervor, whnh hi,?,"i 'it'
I association announced So fir, the I
KEEP POLITICS OUT Who share the lovely name of "mother") association/ Is composed of three out ,\ unusually large ante. .",\a I Ilongthly ,

SAYS MAYOR HARRIS We have a tie that goes beyond looms i representing! .J3iook: Lum- list of candidates "n ih< I'I'11

h 'H.OompanV, W 0 Horns Company (ballot combined to make tin M,,iv
Financial Audit Shows The stupid schisms men prate of- and Perrme and another ,
1 17 primary In south Dade "i < ?f
Funds in Healthy We share a fellowship of love. team Is being sought to make ncllrotinded the busiest and slowest lit'. '

Condition W ,."", .."." ....,........""'",,,,,,,,,......,,,,..,,......,.....,,, s.i\\'id. schedule, Mi Mick "in the history ot the ore ni

I Throughout t the prose lIb, dpel ;
TIlE VEATIIEItofficial ---- ,
Homestead's new municipal hospital COUNCIL MOVESTO ; I 'mil fur \'otiiu-from 8ml b? k
will be named the James ....h.;N .rt-or lbe suhtm.i.sl' in the' morning until undo vn"
Archer Smith Hospital according I ': l''IWrlm"': --8"'lua. H,......'.... 1.rldo.Do'e STORES TO CLOSE :these IIf'I'I' continuous QUIUI >.I i I
;s:, a.r.'
RID BUILDINGS !1 M .IMin: It.ln
to action taken at 'uuiv line take <
a mass meeting \ tiling in to liinpluxs
I May 3 I 84 51 29 99
of representative citizens I i of I May 4 ,,86 54 29.08I ON WEDNESDAYS' () behind) the green i in inn
Homestead and surrounding com- OF FIRE HAZARDS I May 5 78 52 I lilt UK toting machines Only .it !
munities at the home of Dr. and i I tin polling/ place for Precinri lit'
May 6 80 1i2 3D 23 ,
Mrs Smith last Also, STARTING JUNE 5 Florida did the iJ.III"'L
night. aboard May 7 811 61 ::10 19 ,lat City i :
of control for the management Inspection of ill places of OUM-,- May 8 84 1i9:10: 1411 1 ciimeMth any degree of pun, in-
of the institution was ap-I' ..ilih The' last Mile then i-i ',i
nest in Homestead with a Vlet May 58 30 07 i ; :
panted,, e : I ___ All Html "toip, IIr llimeste"idixcept ii ,halt on hour after sundown .Mthr
Approximately( 150 persons attended seeking out and eliminating fire I drug storesill, cloMoiih ,other, four preclnl't.III trot,

the meeting which was held hazards for the purpose of low Wednesday from June 1 to.Sept. II. district voting continued well ot,ii ,
on the lawn of the Smith home. I lering the local fire Insurance rate. i BIDS FOR MOVING inclusive, it was decided by mem- I the nightSlowpokes'I .

Dr. Smith was host at a picnic I was ordered by the city council at I Chain- were giving ciao, :
dinner preceding the meeting CHURCH credit by election officers foi "
On I a meeting Monday night, The step:BAPTIST I businessmen nt a meeting \\'edl1us.I I Larding the progress of the '..,"! I
suggestion or Preston B.Bird t
I was taken on the suggestion of day night at the fruit festival lotmg In many cases, it Wol' n
who :
acted
chairman, it
as
:Mayor Tom Harris. jBUlLDINGSOUGHT building. ported, persons remained'i II I,"n, ;
was agreed that each control board I I
member be a resident of a differ- Mayor Harris told the council Last year the stores closed on the voting booth us Inng .i' i i.'<

ent community. He suggested that that practically all local buildings Thursdays from May 18 to Sept I minutesA !
residents of the various First stops toward construction I 114. Wednesday was decided upon I total of 2.4:15'otl': '' were .i I ;
communities have varying numbers of fire '
present hold and of a new building for the First I I this year to coincide with the clos- in the five precincts of tins .omit i
caucuses hazards. One sir ture in particular -
ng day selected recently by Miami I There were 060 polled at Hi'mitrad ;
name their members Church taken :
The result has 67 poss lo causes of fire, Baptist were this I.
toresI 194 at Florida City, I4n ",1 i '
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was as follows: Homestead, Carl he said, week with the advertising for bids |.I
Deden; Redland and Silver Palm, The council instructed Fire ChiefA. I I I Local store will remain closed Princeton, 248 at Goulds and .n:1( :I I
Dr. Carl for removal of the present structure II day on July 4. Labor Day at 1'errinr The registration .d I I
Robinson Princeton, .
; A. C Deputy to obtain the
services at N. W. Third slice an(. llianksRlving, Christmas and New Homestead was 1,187 and at Floi-'
D. Fogel Goulds L. L.
: Chandler;I I of an Insurance un-
company
Krome avenue. 'fur's and Ida City 238. !
Day a half-dny on
Florida City, Harold Sheffield; derwriter to assist him in the Inspection
Perrine, R. ,R. Kerr. The campaign to obtain funds: Armistice Day They will r' nain I Sid L. Kendrtck, Inuimi injustice ,
for the erection of the !
building{ ten on Wednesdays prt In
addition to the money in the Also on recommendation of i
closed Friday and a total of $27- Iv 4, Labor Day and Armistice' nomination, received the IIIR, n A !
hospital building fund approxi- Mayor Harris, the council agreed 500) In cash and pledges .
was imported .y. vote on the candidate list 'lit ,:
mately $3,000 will be need-1 I
to pay to instruct the fire department to
,
This amount will be aug- The chamber voted to change polled a total of 1.321 votes Hi
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mented by persons who promised IS regular meeting dates from the opponent, W. B. Caves, St. Mcehed '- I
substantial cash SmuonU after the i I mcond and fourth Wednesday 885 vdes I

Homestead F. F. A. Takes First in work gets under way, Dr. J E' lU nf the month to the secondid I In the cnmmisiiinncrK rUN I t
Johnstone, pastor of the church i fourth Monday nights and to D. Redd won over Preston H "'

All Contests of District Tournamentpetition said. |I change the time for convening the I I Bird bv H margin of 71' PS Mr
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E. L Lawrence 1 Ii chairman ol
meetings from 8 o' Homestead Future t the building i reir al committee.i' j i (C ntirmud on Page Five) I Continued on Page Five i
Farmers of
In the state tournament '
I Others on the 'ommittee m E I!
t America made a clean sweep' In the winner of which will compete I Collier, C. jn Ivey, J. Rut-

competition with six ott hap- In' the tri-state meet in which land, B'IIJ mn W. Morris, tries Preston IJ. Bird Jr. Memorial Trophy i
ters of the northern par ; the chapters from Florida, Alabamaand (Continued on Page Fi. :) ,
sixth district in tournm <"<[ml- Georgia will be represented. For Sportsmanship Awarded to Bishop
nation contests last Si The
i iy regional meet, composed of I
j
The local chaptr a n first chapters from southern states, will Kev. Hauler to Speak.

p'ace In dlamondbn Mio speaking be held next. The national meet' At Ministers'I MeetingThe The P-, talon B Bird Jr., me-the[ gift of Kappa Phi Delta urn r-
quartet parr artery procedure will be held in November at Kansas moral Uuphy: for t ; ity The name. of the winning
and string band. City Rev. Dale Hagler pastor of I ortci. I trip among athletes oflathlcte I will be engraved upon "itHomckte.

.By reason of their victory the !I The local chapter defeated the I the Bryan Memorial Methodist I I .,.. High School was pre- Land it will remain in Ms pnutui-
local boys will go to the district Miami Edison chapter to win the I Church Coconut Grove, will i ItI ))sented to Clinton Bishop at the slon a year. Besides Bishop J 'f ).
meet lit Fort Lauderdale May 13.diamondball tournament. T bel speak at the May meeting Neva King Cooper School auditor- ,Godwin an-1 Carlton Sweet M.. M
and compete with F F. A members 'score was 7 to 3. The six chapters Redland District{ Ministerial Assn-I I'lum yesterday morning. At the also! considered for the award
from Stuart and Pahokee, whO' of the area competed I In the I I elation at the Florida City Community I same time, letters were presented| Miss Doris Warr a member nf
Jointly non the northern district morO and the final playoff was Church at '10 o'clock Tuesday to basketball and baseball team the sorority formally presented the

tournament. Winners of the district -I went i lack Nordm of the Andrew I rning. Officers of the as-j members and cheer leaders trophy to the school. It was rt- ,
meet will be eligible for com- (Continued on Page Five) socli be elected. The trophy, 39 inches: high, w.Contmucd on Page Five




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THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday May 10,1940 .
Two ....,
Rev. J. E. Waller pasoi... ... ..
Two :Miamians in Local Rev. C G. Nelson the newly- Dr. Waller to Conduct ot tis.r.
STAFFSOF Silver Pain and PrlnccUirv Methodist
SCHOOL elected officers and committees
I Hospital After Mishap we Local Church Classes ,Churches, *. 4 "

SOUTH DADEANNOUNCED Board of trustees: Roy Chandler Dr Harry H Waller, A.B..'D.O, The ,classes are sponsored .by .a
M. B. Monsalvatge 40, and John (3 years), Charlea Clinton., ('i D. D., pastor of the !First MethodtstChtrtcherCoral.Gablds the Methodist churches already':V'
Lornese, 39, both of Miami, are yean), J. H Simmons J2;yearsV ,_will ouped a* veil at those of Redland i
ARE in the Post Graduate hospital suffering Harold : ,be instructor for a sV>eg of Cl*.a ,and,Ftorida'City.The thema'for*"
from injuries received A. Shdfield''fai-ln'i"; Suhday sltnmoon ,tt -.t1 e .First study ,wltt be"Thu'l5eaning. 'btr.:
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when the 'automobile .ID' which Board .etaod i' -;Qiuic's.htainest} ad- Md1uIdlmi.1 "w jlchW ... pre ki'a
Teas stag tafri of achools In they sycm driving? overturned on Kennedy Mrs OJC.,Holihll \ Tha:'elasnt'.1sD wilt lie h'lawjht WOO. boo'Dt..QiIbettto";,.pt-Pu -
the Oer- hWhwij, ecu Chapmaoli.I"r.c eri.sore = ...:: { : :: '
*eaX'S iu ft* *- T"M WW-4J, tams r.F teat Hottiay nnn,5i. >7iwstuswsv : -. :
Wednesday morning Both are S, S. Shields, M ,..t .' i/' -wnrJetiet J
ttvtJMea W the ... .Wllmi .1 follow. suffering bead injuries" and body Mrs ,J. M Dobbii.Mrs.Jj l LMUfflm : tr 'brother%r' the' nt,Adi'Pir.Trj:Than,:,
count/beard.of'public Intr bruises which ar not believed (oommuniofilp Chn
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tUon;utl Buperlalandmt. J.s.. be serious Qlnton (dfsbtmtng f..JI}. : 1 Jj
T 'Wilson. | Lornese driver of the car, lost Macomber (recording). : ,;. : -
control when a rear tire blew out Finance committee toy! nl\nd.
Homestead High-faker Hind- The victims were broU&hto ler, Charles Clinton;If.J. BJoo&kf t.I .
man principal; Haitey W. Macey, Homestead in a Turner ambulance W. H. Sheffield, Mrs 0..C. Hole)
Mrs Margaret Becker, Mist Lou Mn J. W Miller Mrs R W Mul- vtE.-! ,
Behrens E. B. Blackburn, Mn lins, John Graves ji
Mannn Bleier Theo. J. Bleler, H. E. JONES TAKES Parsonage committee: Mrs. John i!
Gee N Wakefield Mrs Aletha Rohrer, Mri H' J. Brocket, Mrs i iM
GalUhcr R J. Hester, Jr Mr OVER I IMPERIAL 1 L Kennedy, Mrs J M Dobbin::1
Cho Murphy, Mrs MargaretMills Mrs. R W. Miullins, Charles Clinton
r H Rice, Mrs. J. R Rut I
1..d1r': Ruth Scott, Miss Mabel1thnm. SERVICESTATION I Pastoral relations and pulpit I' ,;
Mrs. Gladys Webb supply: Mrs Charles Clinton W
'I, \ King Cooper-Baker Hind !H. Sheffield, John Graves, MrsJ I
'" |principal; Mrs. Edna Bird, The Imperial ServIce Station F. Rohrer Mrs Lloyd DltZ.1Ill. i
'I J. Brockett, Mrs. J, W. Millei .1
\1 Gladys Cooper Mrs. Frances one and one-fourth miles north of
I li \II' Virginia Edwards, Mrs. Homestead on the concrete highway i i, Director of religious educationMrs I IMPERIAL
II I-field, Miss Mary Jackson, Is now owned and operated Lloyd DeitzRecreation ,
\1 I Hil. Ray, Mrs Edna Thur- by Harlan E Jones. 'I I and social life Mi
r .11 \11's J GV>nnI Mr. Jones, who took over the Alma Doxsee
I 'I. I I.. City Mrs Patricia station on April 4. came to Home- '
Hi l limn Mrs. Miriam B. Hood. stead from West Palm Beach REDLANDGAINS4TO3 Florida
Rcdlmd Jhllh -Carl Wagner, where he was employed in another
]Jlltl< 'i 1",1. M. A. Baker, J. Q. CnldM service station that featured prod-
v ,"s Katherine Davis, Miss ucts of the Imperial Florida Oil VICTORY
Ht fi Daniel, Clarence Gray Mn Company.
Rebe,i F Gray, Miss Shirley "The low price of our gas does
Harkn'', Miss Bertha Nill Haus- not mean that it is an inferior OVER GROWERSThe First Grade ;
man Mr, Mary D. Nettles, C. L. product," said Mr. Jones. "It is
Ooley Miss Elinor Payne, D. R. first grade, regular 76 octane gasoline Diamondbacks of Redland
Snydu, S. LIndley Stanley, Mass and M'e have state inspection Farm Life School profited b>' errors jy
Julia Sullivan R. E. Trotter, Mm .statistics ihow that it tests higher made by the Growers of
Mildred Small Miss Jewell Turner than many brands selling at a Homestead High School in the last
far higher rate." baseball game of the season Fri
Redland Elementary-Carl Wagner Mr. Jones Is assisted by Gene
day afternoon and annexed a 4-to- GAS
principal; Mri Anna D. Carter Burke also of West Palm Beach.FLORIDA 3 victory on their home diamond.
Mrs Margaret Daniel, Air I Two players came home on mistakes -
Eva Fletcher Mu Myrtle Kerfoot made by the Homestead I !
Miss Ruth Murray Mrs. Lillian J. CITY boys I

Polk Mrs. Ruth R. Russell, Miss I Clinton Bishop, pitcher and :
Clara Sayers, Mrs. Flora VihlenPerrme CHURCH NAMES I Matt Ballero, catcher were bat Regular 76 Octane
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Elementary and Junior Series for Homestead, while Buddy
High -T A. Holton principal; Joy 'Lindgren wig on the mound and
M Deen, !Miss Mae Newell, Mrs. NEOFFICERS ,Clyde Chambers was behind i the I I
Sarah Edwards Mrs. Ruth Garrlwn !- :bat for Redhnd Bishop allowed )I
MiBessie Holton, Miss An- Jf .two hits and Lindgren permitted
n... Krrf ot. TT- five 18e
Officer and nmmittces fertile I'
i'I fiscal year lfti-4l ,tereletted I Homestead started the scoring by 1
at a buslnesstjqwduig ,>( the Flor- |bringing in one man in the first. I II
HOSPITAL I ida City ConusSHify Church following I but Redland waited until the third I
the Sun to begin At that
eyeing .ser\ices counting. point I ti
day. The metsHl 1h. conductedby i three Diamondbacks crossed home
I Con nued from Page One) W. D 1I.el' .lni.I1lI'lrlct superintendent plate. mother came home ,in the GALLONIMPERIAL ,
f' I 1I.lcllng. material and for of the'llethodtst Chinch fnui th. The Growers brought m'I
1"1', ''" 11. 'ud Dr. Smith father for Southeast Florida their second sun in [the filth .,nri : 1
". I 11 t I' ",ptil project Ho\\e\ci I! As mnounced .uy the pastor 'te I Inn 1 lat 111 the -I\tl I III 'b j
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-"rl. sound pledge will I
: ul soon, he pointed out 11. ___ 9c
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l'i i nc getting the best I IKS !
1 ,' ,I ""uddlllll and equipment that Marshall C. KEROSENE, gal.
1 'H'\ Lan buy and I know that
y ,::1! sue as proud of it ia. I im,'
1J Smith inld E\er\one I 1 have
( IIt.lel"d for donations h.l. n?01 WISEHEARTCandidate IMPERIAL SERVICE
mI' ntimey willingly and giorinus-
h ",nd I Can't thank) t.m, )t
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!Mayor Harris give .i ,It'r1.llk t
In which he declared lbt I 'hr d .W for
hospital shall be free 'r"lI1 politic, STATION
The board of control have r LEGISLATUREGROUP
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complete charge of Its n ment w I
and all matters porno II II \ sty Miles North of Homestead on V S Illfhuay No. 1

and' the city will keel ui if i 2 H. E. JONES, Owner and MariDe
it he said.The .
mayor fonn 11'1 .> "i posed I i
th -t i the of : .
name :t prat! be -
Thanks his friend In
Soul
James, Archer Sruth Host tal as i I I
in honor to a good citizen who Dade far their support on
ha, done so much for Homesteadend
the Redland District Or May 7 and hopes for their : C. COLEMANWishes I

Smith', protest that the name of' II
endorsement In the
the hospital be indicative ,>f homestead i I
ir the district \\,10 ovei '1I I I
I ridden b>' a lOO1" a> n fa i or SecondPrimary. I
of staining the building sifter. ,u II
father May 28 I
' .I L Burton treasurer of the to thank his I III
hospital building committee reported -

I that11. bill f">' material HONEST, ABLE AND INTELLIGENT REPRESENTATION many friends for
and equipm havr been paid up
to date md not cash on hand FOR M1)E COUNTYPaid I II :
totals i,,368.37 \in the bui:Jing ( for by ends) I: i their lay al support
fund and $3 582.29 in the equipMent Jj!

During fund( he course- of the mlet.1'i --. I: which resulted in his

In., Mr Burtons books w" -edited I
a : by Max Loaner and Fr k I nomination
ouI as
Mtbb. who were appointed by', I i iJlird THANK

Others the building ctinittee I I II
on for support on May 7. Continue to rote I
which was appointed by' jour f fi
the city council, are B C Chroh-' for a GOOD OLD DEMOCRAT on May 28 I' I SHERIFF OF DADE COUNTYr t
bter Mr Bird and Dr. Smith. !
TIIOS. B. EVERHART
Dr. Smith mid the James Archer I I
Smith Hospital will be opened Candidate for LeiMatare, Group I
about July IS I

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received the following story from 'ning struck a farm belonging to I
now SOUTH DADE'S FIVE.PRECINCTS VOTED the correspondent: I William Jones, kllhig three alVo'v I I
"A severe storm pasted over the their none being Betty, Maudi
village this afternoon and light and Butte ."-Ex\ '
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tl L Bnat Judie Circuit c.ui Group I
Andrews ,___ 288 49 150 83 1G4 8S4 Earns ._.. ...__ 458 80 228 118 135 1015
Carter .; 221 50 87 28 47 443 Boone _.__ ._ 95 11 53 22. 22 203
&of.'rl--"t .. 74 12 118 29 11 190 Youmans __ ._. 83 51 39 13 13 179 TO MY GALLANT
Cone .---:..- 87 13 112 28 42 222 State Senator
i'tsaoee*maws 3 7 1 D 18 Chappell ....... 84 8 411 13 11 142
Itacradden ___ 153 21 124 31 "49 382 Graham 278 117 249 131 145 858 SUPPORTERSI
>lovt'rnor" Pruitt .. 425 90 181 110 98 842
l1arbee .;; ___ 14 8 19 2 8 109 Representative, Group 1 M
Fraser z. ... 139 U 87 30 28 324 Gordon 244 28 60 36 33 3991taplee
.4. ___ 12 9 1 3 25 Holt 370 80 2U 114 136 943 I \ )' much appreciate the best
chocpr ..._.... 3 4 1 8 McEI'a 47 4 26 12 118 ::07
Walker 112 8 111 II 21 102 Representative Group 2 volunteer support a candidate
.'Whitehalr. ..128 24 1)0) 85 113 820 E\'cl'hart 263 112 00 113 113 1117
Clancey.oM; 1 1 2 Jackson 1111 13 28 19 33 149 ever had and will ever be grateful
Holland .:.. 211 30 123 48 U 439 Pine 9B 34 114 41 43 288
Poty 327 117 174 81 102 741 Renno 10 2 3 2 4 21 for this !lo>'altv. I wish to
Van Roy ."'..... 24 13 7 8 54 Wiseheart 203 19 140 44 66 42
Warren _. .... 17 Z 20 8 19 84 Rt'prt'.enlat\'e.! Group 3 congratulate) m\ opponent on
AlIrrne General Overstreet 419 77 240 128 131 1013
Bentley 217 50 In g8 54 Watson 124 34 711 24 8 263 his vhtory and promise him
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Conklin 54 33 27 Judge Civil Court of Record
Donnell .... h.,. 47 11 32 23 46 159 Axleroad 84 7 110 U 12 177 roj whole hearted cooperation
Martin ... ........ 39 8 33 8 13 97 Hendry 256 117 lU 58 83 1199
Watson .... 167 211 94 U 46 397 Lindsey 224 411 1211 61 84 1139 for the best interest of the
Comptroller Sheriff
Brown ___ 70 15 27 17 27 1511 Coleman 612 92 298 121 144 1267 district and
county.PRESTON .
Fraser ......_ .. 127 29 71 23 22 272 Hardie .. 283 611 228 87 132 795
Lee ..,.. .. .._. ..
440 118 2611 129 1110 1072 Rowland .... 24 8 24 8 12 78
State Treasurer COURier
Tax
Larson ... u._. 2119 80 1117 80 102 .88 Kelly .._. 349 43 189 116 89 708 B. BIRD
Richard ._...... to 15 35 21 21 141 WooL 402"7 232 123 1511 1013
Wainwright _, 207 32 110 47 51S 432 SupervOe.e-at-tegta4rais
taitro.4 CemmLsaener'Beard". 201. 'r:.10.II :, 30 411 406'
Douglass 268 IT 145 'Ie 77 831 1iolmer _._ 3a2- .--ea .2U 138 827
Peacock _..a....III 3. .203 118 71S 451 Ceaaty C--.wr
Judge Ctndt Court Group 1 Bird .. ... 408 79 284 751
Brunsletter __ 192 211 141 4. U 403 Redd.HZ 99 321. 832
JllIr\'rlt-.;.,:' ,82 9 38 19 ::19 147 1..&Ic. are.Itlley" .-
-. _, 911 23 .55 32 22 227- Caves", 333118 113 37 45 11811
Willie na . 2119 113 114 67 123 818 Kendrick "_ 1181 1011 a04 138 1911 1323
lodge CI"l< Court. Group a Constable
Bryant 101 24 611 23 117 270 Scarborough 604 1111 331 118 113 1285 Ross Williams
lttcCasklU .. 179 41 118 110 119 .
-- 447 Sykes --. -. 151 13 44 II 10 223
Trammell 315 111 168 82 68 684 Walker 175 29 157 79 154 1194


Caste System of Czar-Ruled Russia I Mrs. Clara Leininjjer My y ..rbiatF Is Deeply

Dies at Florida City
Maintained By Soviets, Speaker Says _
The body of Mrs Clara U'm Appreciativeof
The same deplorable conditions i Inner, 71, retired nurse who died
lost, he said. Amelia ,
exist In | at her home at Florida City Mon- theSplendid -
lost because she had,
Joseph day was shipped t.o Toledo Ohu
to guide her when she
by the I I Tuesday for burial Mrs Leanlner /!.
: land at Holland Island *y Vote
ler Florida + Ri
to Citi
i out. came ten year y+s
of tho ago. She is survived b) hci husband
I I' the people in the var Fred B. Lelmngei ", re liven; HimSouth
countries kindly
tired contractor
day I I toward each other, with'I Mr. Leininger accompanIed the
Mr I disposition for peace," body. by
said "But they fear
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'E round ,' their minds because of I The editor of a newspaper was Dado
turer ear of the secret annoyed with one of his correspondents
An Indication of a who left out
ent always names In
ing : il :I Inavigate was shown at a his stories The editor wrote the Votersin
international Rotary'In correspondent telling him that If

'air 1937 i I : ; I la I f attended.were elected Several ort he his neglected next dispatch this important he would detailIn be the first primary of May 7 and

.t of German delegates" fired" A few days later the editor hopes they will turn out again on

cally H :May98 to return hin. as
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IB The I CARD OF THANKS CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE


Mi days I'' indebted to the voters of Hade and Monroe Group One

of h
hate I for your vote of re-election. I hope to ---

And live i II I I to repay you in service as jour Circuit ROSCOE BRUNSTETTKRThanks :

Sincerely,
other I the voters of South Dade for their support '

ruling 1 and will stride to merit their continued urnfidcncc. -
all the PAUL D. BARNS
he laid .
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the the cate to To My Friends and JOE' SCARBOROUGH:


SupportersI Is Deeply GratefulFor ;


take this means of expressingmy
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heartfelt thanks for the the vote and support of

Phone- fine vote you gate me in return- his friends who re-elected him !

ing me to office last Tuesda)'. .- to office of

DR. Sincerely, .
I .Ir' ,.

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Publi deed I KrlH.r. ., !l.n>....... FUif .. 2@ Years
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;" AliI HER P.I..I and Editor battle Crm flln .t Ih.E.l.rDtlM N..b.ed I
I established I Mar II, tale'
ARCHER .. the tooth Florldi Banns and a I'wi
I.UCH I tad Ort. 17, Nil with .... 11.... ; f
forrttary tad Traveler a ve :rAr seed Load.,,
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1 May 8. 1920 J
mriMFTInl RUES

tm !>.* ( ..." .. -.. ..-. ,- .'... -"May day rally at the R dland
l il.ldr .f D>d< (.nlr .- II M Nip Firm Life School drew ,\ good t

itiwd B. B. Tatum candidate
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N fur i state senator, was the first
J Makes PlansPhilippines t
.Ipan speaker He was followed by i

For' 4'. -Vay Tom Campbell Fred, Pine. .. c,
19 county solicitor. was acv 111 order J
,in the Pacific i beingrr i carr He was follow d 1 \ l M .(T TI

of expansion \1<'(':.-1011.| ,|] who sli,'iph i ) '\HIII, cI' .
fully: and thorough- :I the' idminiMintion of tin iguntxifiition
Old,M in the Philipobstixers : "
".t i
: : .nIIC"nJ'" s office. cnlltne' !! .1
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believe '; d" lu the fact that then. h"", heed
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I.' indie ti tint \\ 12 murders in Dic'r' Cpist ', .." the

.1 Is receive independ- year Mr. Pun ,n i pl.:, d l loaf-i I

'ho I United States: it will I I2VINSOF ly stating thai tin mh.lrv,,, .1, to, gl't"" v

i : -In id unless America is results was large! duo t" the re- :
I luck that nation to then ; OLD
\ i I fusal of the sheriff to co-operate.
I,?,,, maintaining Its freedom I i I
R. B. Sthallern the other candle
I i to, si' colonization In the lain 'Ilse 6UGA& ,
"I. for solicitor
y. date county made a
1 i i I. ." ippnrently been with a I h 1
QHAYOK brief talk] J. B. H.ixxkmi and
have picked M/LL 1
They
'Oil.' .nll' view I Goo Holly were the first to speak :
I ."I.md of Mindanao part ; It
m the afternoon were thecandidates '
,. II.I ly the province of Davno'' f f t NEAl (t fur rkTo the criminal I ,

wiu,1l' I i I' the second largest in the A STRANGE POET ORANGE I court Sheriff Moran made a
J'hi,I twines, But even more signlf Icimt FLORIDAPICTURESQUE ,
VEGETABLE plain and forcible statement In relation j
economic importance ,
its
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to the difficulties attending
It has the FROM TROPICALAMIKCAf I
location
and "itegir i his efforts to enforce the law.
grr ,i. ,t potential and least developed -
co-operation with
I Failing to secure
of all the ,
natural resources WHICH I the county solicitor's office he had
estimated Iron reserve .
Island. with nn
I spent about $600 of his own money
of a billion tons And It Is PRJMSESs '
Ai' for detective service Lewis A.
on I II Ii., opposite end of the archlp 1 TO BECOME !\ : RELIC OF > Allen the other candidate for
'I l (from Japan--en Important It YIN
< n':
POcU/A + THE EARL sheriff, read the platform contained *
link i a.. any program of expansion I i 1f 51' in his printed advertisement
try to carry out THE LOWf NINETEENTH
nation ,
th o i may
The candidate for judge
isitlon, makes ,it the 11l'.II' c "
I" 'OTI-
p .$ h CENTURY of the criminal rourt were theft
h i ,f i drive to dominate the J
r
yt / heaid Mr. Norflcet xx ,i" Ili" first
} I Itda,I md it could It ea,,1\, i il ly
speaker and was followed i\ Mr.
l I nul I unveiled "" tin Svxmk A. L Ht.un md .T C
I bulwark of a 'a..1:. il..in.
Williams, candidates, for lair collector -
lupin\ lu' ,,IvIn
I II"i points
.l were introduced md 1 poke
ng naval base al Fue- The pal 4pil, n of xvlmh wis of tin run inng, iclic, of milinnv prove .it briefly' as the hour was. ]lute WF .
i n ii,.- iccantly seized Hain.ur to bt of .i very early date 111l'IIdl'>
In Brown rcpiesentmg
begun in JJitenrK SUttl"'I1l' (century
i.1' "IlIum I China to gain a naxilU : The CHAYOTE is a native of Guatemala
Fletcher. a
I IXItl miles nearer Sin (apnieth Florida add became an industry was For centuries it has been highly valued as a dacy of Senator gave. ,.
llrilish stronghold: controUj I virtually ,tiesiroyed during
t>\". illv Island and 11 string of itates Oae' if the best prMerved and most interesting other tropical countries Its delicious flavor : -"Harry Richmond is getting

sin .oil I islands and reefs off the It |lit few old mills left remaining linear greatly resembles that of the squash but becauseof fine return from his acre crop .'
utuul,west coast of Borneo und its delightful and characteristic texture it is I of tomatoes Forty-five crate
PortfBhfaige on the tract of land grantedby
include adapted to numerous methods of preparationCommercial : netted him $180, while 23! crate
the
home. Empire '
tit 01"i i tOfK I
Spain ). According to N E Hildreth,
is ,
production at present centered
him $105""Spiritualistic
th. c .roline Islands, the gave
SL Petersbuif,'. tf.he ,original ,mill was built in largely around DeLand and MiamI. About 1,000 I will beheld
lion services
the
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th. u 'uinus -
'1810 by Patrick Dean, .who was subsequentlykilled crates are reported to have been shipped from I'
el"l i ,inure sm1iller.liWnds.I l\larNhUlla'l end "Ihe mill burned by the Indians It I DeLand to northern markets last season alone. at the home of Mrs c. H.

I 'p.ms violations of was rebuilt In 1833 again burned by the Indians | A distinctive peculiarity of the vegetable is i! Woodbury next Sunday when Mr*. j
It ?xpmision policy I In and again rebuilt Thetdesign and construction > the presence of a single large close-fitting seed ''Agatha Oaks of Miami wlU lecture J'

li. i.ached a pOint where it is now : on 'Mother, Home and .j j

Coat "IK the United State hundreds nTtn'mnVTnYtnTh fecundity so the husband can ............W..W..Wl.W'......_........... Heaven", ." j
of dollar to get back I I"E.. Froscher loft for Jack. j jI
nl ii" limn CURRENT marry a younger woman and return Children A.
in
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Court
into I the naval race as the only to a production basis You I soiiville on a business trip Tues jI

nici.;. nf protecting American m- COMMENT I can add to the population that way By Judge )Malcolm Hatfleld I day" <

teit i I in the Pacific and pos- but it Is contrary to all laws of ..... ...,.. ..... .. .1|.1"A.. O. Cain is In H Miami .
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.,iliiv, ,in the future, the only means By AGNEW WELSH I decency and humanity and the I hospital having a broken bone reset -
of I" Kitinii, itself from invasion eternal law of justice will not approve RACIAL PREJUDICE .' ,

J n> 'us: naval policy I Is best dr-1 j ji AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA of It. The case of a young Chinese bo y"Mrs.. John Palmer and daugh- "

at: i : 'I .I is one of constant decep- romm'rdll".",.'., .Note's hI:< Mr i.tnmenl.Welsh;..rlrom.e wh..h.r I e I deserved special attention for i I t tcr, Harvey Mae left ThuisdayI

ti:, :n Tin:: ; recent announcement ; ihq br I. aer.rment. ..r at ..,I..... In an article on "America Rules revealed the existence of roclaprejudice I I afternoon for their home Jt Madison ,
II, t i has secretly built its with hi. ",In I. AMrnmtnunl. I
pin rathiM t.." A."... Wrlnh 111 N. E. the Skyways" by John Chapman among the boys of oni 1 Fla They have spent several
n, .,, I 'n that it probably has nI : Mill 'U. Ml.ml tl> I In the Saturday Evening Poll, school The Chinese i boy had bee i months visiting Mrs. J, A, Smith.

I i" itt If tine than the United than'I In Florid 14 counties will raise the author says clipper' plane: tnnfchave I so badly beaten bx his I schoolmatethat ns i -'Mrs! E. D. Taylor returned' ojI

s" ;.""aiblx' bx mole sea Island cotton tins year. plantIng a capacity of 4,200 gallonsof he suffered permanent head I I Saturday from a visit with\ ,ieli-.1I "
I ''' '' '. i' -mny finally bring the' 12000 acres to this staple A gas which will carry them I inJuries. A witness, who could no lives in Cuba. She \v.i> acwmI -

I .II, hi/1/ Japan 't' ('.,n ptoi shortage of seed prevented a 4.275 miles, or a trifle over a miL 'I Identify any of the boys who lut I panled by her nephew F1.iI1k.i

i se threat in larger acreage<< The state through of flight to a gallon of gas. attacked the child, explained I the l Sykes, who will visit. will t I"" m. ,
I is not merely idle a special act of tin legislature i I before he could stop them spxeri I I The Taylor family expect. t, III' :

gives each grower five pounds of Migratoix workers may be found I I members of the sing had boasted I! next week for their home in !
repudiation of treaty ob- boll weevil eradicator throughout the United Suites harvesting 'I that thev' were out to get nl I I Georgia" :

,irud before Hitler and cane in Florida and Louis-I "Clunks"The Messrs, S. A. King met .'. 3- '

limn making mere map Her Is how Germany maintains i.im sugar bets and marsh crops i viciousness with which thlii a i Tower of the school board and ,

I i out of signed pledges Its army morale: a Paris paperstates in Ohio apples! and hop in the: Pacific i I i child was struck on the head grad Principal Chas. M Fisher were in 3a i
1\1, \ I ,lioxo, that the success of that Gen VonEichron a Noithwest In Arizona theycall i I wally led to n deterioration of hi;;i Miami Tuesday and InUrxunvcdi .

". i J" nit't in these early vioUi- staff officer, was executed on them Okies and some 20,- ,I mental capacities For three year the county school board as to thJr ;

till' i .mil the WilY for the tactics .April 10 for expressing his opin- 000 of them are expected there'i I his parents were able I to care fa r intentions in regard to the local ;

u.cj I by Germany in Poland. ion that the Scandinavian military goon to care for their 170,000-acre him: but finally they had to nppento I teachers situation ."

( '/0 lu\akla.| Denmark and move would ruin Germany They cotton crop. In the trend of thetimes the authorities to have him admitred .. -"Council met in regular session -

NUl". I y. and by Ruslla In Fln- once laid ,the king can do no the South is (losing its cot''ton Into a state hospital for tit! on Monday night April 3,
hind rite record of these dictatorship wrong," 'i prestige to the Southwest fcble-mmdcd Since this chili I with the following members Present -

pmves that national honor e e I was only twelve years old whei,, : J, B. Tower W. F. Penn anat -

me "'is nothing to them-thut they The 'llaxe and the 'Have I England Is being castigated, he was sent away it is likely tha t ton O. H. Sullivan. C. W Little ,
live by the rule of expediency lampooned and ridiculed and J D Redd L B. Gandy. tax :
Neils' are no new thing Hosea i! mercilessly taxpayers will be forced to pay fo;r
and opportunity, and will stop atnothing the prophet, who lived nearly 3000 : by a mysterious radio voice his care during the next fifty year:,I,l!assessor, presented a partial reportto
to gain an advantage emanating from Hamburg which council ."
years ago, lived at a time describedby ; or so
one eminent writer as being they have named "Lord Haw No doubt the boys who comprised .. Material Is fast arriving for t
Probably you'd be glad to know when "the luxury of the rich and Haw." As. a "come
how you can make all your customers the destitution of the poor-: had Delightfully amusing and after the attitude of their parents whi)I erected by W. K. Walton on his '

like you wouldn't )'ou. cleft society into two tilasailli,tLondomtes hd ben "hooked", toJJear were too ignorant to appreciate th property: on the Redland road. M. .

:Will it'i simple enough all Twas ever thus and likely t (*.. the broadcasts they turned rights of any other race T*)I P. Wallam and A. C. Smith have

you have to do Is to like them continue for long,. long titni lento half-truths, Insinuations and many children are led to believi,e!'been given the contract for the

: ;1'011'11 be Interesting to people just I e e 'S, advance news that Is getting under that the foreigner within the!'r i work ."

: su long as you take an interest inl I Look magazine states that while\ the British skin One time It gates. about whom they knov I -"Mr, Griesbahhreturned to

? them and like them_ a matter, divorces are on the Increase In represented the prime minister as nothing is a creature of anothe I' his home in Canada last Saturday'Florida

of fart, this Is the whole secret of' Germany matrimony and childbearing appearing Heaven gate and St : world. Such children must b<,e ( City)

a winning personality In one short : are stimulated by.a tax on Peter said to him 'Get away: go taught that all human beings an ------

paragraph<< Read it againProofs' :' bachelors and em borrowing of and live oat year In a London i subject to the same feelings am d I NOT SO DOOM; tTIC

money by newlyweds that unwed slum and will be your purgatory desire worthy of equal considers' 'Your seems to be a very
parson
-.--- mother m held! m higher and hell can not be any tion It should not be difficult, t -

A. a man grows older and wser., ,esteem than barren ""I vethat worse I teach youngsters hal rich hers. dogmatic sort of a man,
tie talk less md says moreRail1 many wives are divorced when The evident Intent If to create tago each race hat given to thv e 'Oh no he> got only two and

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a Watson, by obtaining 1,013 votesto Jackson. J. C. Vann served ''of detecting blazes, could 'Kathryn Mush, Miss Kathleen j j
!; F. F. A. TOURNEY Mrs. Watson's 263. IT. the deputy sheriff At Florida installed in this area this 'I I Freeman, :'oIISS :Miry Once English 1

In the race for Judge of the Mrs. Lloyd Delta was the cause! of a depleted budget Miss tturr md Elbert Duilir.I .
Ross Williams clerk, and Irving Lyon, Mrs J W. P. Cash requested the Dolor also received a litter it f
circuit court, one, -
D group I'
(Continued from Page One) was the choice of the district ,W. Miller, John Rohrer and Boyd t ber to contact the U S. manager of UK baseball team
held
Were In the afternoon He received 616 votes The ''Cohernour were the inspectors I house service and request I The committee which pUtlni :
[II) 3' T Godwin took first place inthe next best In the race was Roscoe I William; ,T Geronimo, marshal of lights for the entrance of I I Bishop as inner of the trophy was

public speaking contest with I BrunstUter, who polled 463 votes. Florida City, was the deputy I Mowry canul He* said composed of the following I Um

the subject in Democracy Training! for Through Citizenship I Paul D. Barns, running in group | the lights had been placed i faculty members, Ted Bleiti director /
a months ago. Mr. Rue pointed of uhlrtic, Ptmcipul Ihllll.I -
received nearly three times
four
4 F. F. A. Arthur Whitten of Miami sheriffCHURCH '
that the lighthouse service man and Robert Hester scienceteacher
'as votes as his two opponents -
Edison took second many
place speaking
I BIDS the United States Coast : two sorority members,
c", "Hydroponics," and third place Robert J. Boone and C. C. I
Youmans The south Dade areagave have been merged and that Miss Wair and Mus Betty Brown;
Jackson r
chapter, speaking "Soil
on { Judge Barns a count of 1013 I ; guard officials should t be I and a representative. of tile student
Conservation (Continued from Page One) tacted Mr. KIrby was I body Elwm Cooper.
' The results of the In group three, Worth W. Tram- I I
1 parliamentary ImeU was high with 684 votes. +Caves and Harry Cooper. to make this contact Preston B. Bird Jr., was a popular -
contest Homestead
jircoedure were: !
s I Norman, Hendry and John J. Mr. Lawrence said the contract At a meeting of directors member of the high tthmilstudent
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first Fort Lauderdale
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; sect f
Lindsey ran a close race in south to remove the present building lowing the membership .. body, a brilliant student
pnd, and Andrew Jackson, third.
I The local team winning the Dade for the nomination of judgeof I must stipulate that the structurebe was found that lack of funds and an all around athlete of outstanding

quartet contest was composed off I the civil court of record Hendry out of the way by June 1. It it necessary to dispense with sportsmanship lie died
r Everett Shuler, Carl Frederick, received S99 votes, 60 more than I Is planned to start work on the services' of Mrs. Clna Stewart, last July, when he was IS year
Llndsey new building, as soon as possible has been conducting ,i old and a member of the class of
Matt Ballaro and David Roberts I
I Hayes Wood seeking the nomina- I after that date, he said. the festival building 1941.

tion of tax collector received Only local labor and material

I COMMENTContinued I 1,013 votes while his opponent, I.will be used in the work and the
I ( From Page Four) Tom Kelly obtained 706. In the supervisor will\ be a man exper- BIRD TROPHY COUNCIL

race for supervisor of registration ienced in church construction, Mr. Mlt'I
distrust of the Brltishh leaders andt Lawrence said.
Carl Holmer Jr., received 827
widen a chasm between the rich votes, nearly twice as The pledges obtained in the (Continued from Page One (Continued from Page One)
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and the poor-the "Haves" and his opponent, Murray Beard.many campaign are payable at various ceived by Baker M. burn off vegetation in vacant lota
the "Have Nots." From the fact The district gave Charles O. periods and it is estimated that principal. Mr. Hindman then that prove to be lire hujardu.
that the voice has a decided Ox- approximately $2.000 per month troduced L. B. Sommers of The councilmen also voted to
Andrews, in the race for UNreel
; ford accent the English conclude States senate, the nod" with 684 wilt be obtained In the course of Shores, former principal of give each firemen t day alt each
that the Germans have hired an the buildings construction. Ap- school, who made a short talk week.
i votes. Jerry Carter was second
English renegade all countries with 443 votes, Beraarr Macfad- proximately $3000 In cash was presented the trophy to Fire Committeeman Henry
. : have such who will sell their souls den third with 382 and Charles,obtained in. the drive and this was Members of the varsity Brooker. Jr told the council the
J for a "mess of potash," as Old Ike Francis Coe received 19CK Gov 'added to $1.500 already in the ball team who received fire department needs 1,000 Net of
called it The man has a fine senseof church I were: James Sullivan, hose He was instructed: hi get
I Cone tally was 222
humor and a keen insight into Homestead voting started witha Kirby, Ralph Delimiter, prices on hose and present themat
English conditions Slinger D. L. Bowen, Sweet, the next meeting
rush at 8 o'clock and like the I j
other polling places had steady STORES CLOSE win and Bishop. Charles The council voted to enforce m
Billy Moffett, Lester Archer ordinance which requires alJ city
ELECTION business" all day. While there I I Ii
:t was much grumbling from those Matt Billaro were members of employees to pay their bills with
, waiting in line for the opportunity (Continued from Page One) B basketball team who punctuihtv In cases whine no effort

(Continued from Page One) I to cant their ballots there was no I i a'clock. letters I is made to pay j just bills I tin
missioner 17 years, received 832 disorder and the vicinity of the Thomas E Kirby, acting secretary Varsity baseball letters w I city Mill take up the bills and dv-
. votes to Bird 751 I of the chamber. read ,i letter ,lw"rdecl the Miming duct amounts from UK emplov-. ,
j polls was strictly free from I
J. M. Scarborough was returned I the presence of election day I from the state forestry service I .\\\ef, Edward Tomorlm pay, it was decided
to the office of constable with a I drunks. Later, In the afternoon, which stated that fire irmnK Fucht Ralph"b-,>n, Bishop, : W. L. Slot urn was giant d I .

l vote of 1,283 His opponents, William -I however, a candidate for a high signs in a limited number. could luan, Godwin. Sweet permit !to lunsliuu in .iddit,,,i n 1i,
H. Sykes and H. L. Walker state office appeared on the scene I II 'be obtained for dIstribution in the Bowen ind Slinger his bowling .,!icy Oil South K.., in
received 223 and 594 votes, respectively -i I about "three sheets to the wind Redland District The letter also Cheer )lcad i, II I I".. received inue' r'',t ,iddiliui, '\I II 'mlSI
Butted Thai fin, owei for use I ten. wen Mi Mm.> Dvil 0(10
He left in his car after "politIck-!
The voters of south Dade showed I ing a few of those in the Urn -

a preference for B. F. Paty, candidate The ballot counting at Prince Y b

for governor by giving him ton was delayed in hour whelectilc u.
741 votes. Their next choice was !. current was cut off I hi ,
Spessard L. Holland who received a short-circuited transformer A MeasureTAN Cars

459 votes. part of Princeton underwent <
Ernest R. Graham and William "blackout" until the current could

J. Pruitt vied closely for popu- be restored. of
larity in the five precincts in the At Goulds the balloting progressed Regardless; PriceBy

HIe hrdlu hrdlu shrdlu hrdlu from 8 o'clock m the morn

race for state senator Graham ing until 750; o'clock: at night at
was the choice with 834 votes IS an average of 29 votes per hour
more votes than were received The law limiting a voter to five THE LEADERS LINE-UP

by Pruitt. minutes at a voting machine was'
Sheriff D. C. Coleman, candi- invoked in one instance at this'

date for renommation, received polling place. Goulds election officers
the third highest votein the district were Harry Lewis, clerk,
with a total count of 1,267, Harley R. Core, Edwin Vihlen and

George E. Holt, In the race for Geo. Sage, inspectors; and Patsy
representative, group one gained I Tucci. deputy sheriff At Princeton -
; a total of 943 votes. His nearest officers were Mrs. Joe Davis

competitor in the contest was J. I clerk; George E: Deuel, J W
F. Gordon, who received 399 votes Campbell, W. L. Chambers, Miss WHY PAY MORE ?

Norris McElya, the third candi- Estelle Turner and Mrs J. R. By-
date in the race received 207 I rum, inspectors; and Carl Hob-
votes. In group 2, Thomas B. ''son, deputy sheriff !
Everheart and Marshall C Wise I I Mrs F M. Hunt was the clerkat WHY ACCEPLLH? ?
heart were "high" men with SIT the Homestead polls The .inspectors -

and 472 votes respectively H were Mrs W I E!: Lewis .
Earnest Overstreet easily over Mrs Carrie Lee McDanlcl Harold Tho slits Hit of the 1'1"I'

came his opponent Mrs John W Campbell, 0 C Radford. and A r e I I.,,t, 10'' sect\ ?n thithr, i ""'i i No ether ears

r I I round Only on ChoO n ngartllm of price,

_..... an lAnd 100 .,n.t\ ..n the \1, combines all these

t' .. Chevrolet quality
MOWASWAY
to It"' "I
nCitllr''
Fon'
iron
IJllnch. features
'jl
Driver Effort:
On.IJ' No other
IIIJ'I,1) < car,
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t tit a I regaraYest e/price,
0
I SmoMh.r. sradrr safer Call mohh ChevtTh. -

robot/ m pvbffeM
SAWy
l.aal Wad in
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01+raikm
Mean Guaranteed Used Cars / Poe smasher, Mon Retrace

than an Eight
Run
1 A Sea Cne1111" u
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1938 CHEVROLET DELUXE 11:DOR TRUNK SED.It 1, 1 1 '......- ,
.. It.eGo
t Beautiful Indian sun tan finish, knee action; no draft r t e 'Iitq

. M wnUla&l m. class itpoelntory ,practically. tins; all !
. steel body hydraulic brakes, shock proof steering, acetic ..... D. lees nod M.De Lai fore Belt, It
: equipped.

. 1937 FORD It TUDOR TRUNK SIDAt: Th. economy rr ,
j of the Ford line, original dArk: blue finish; seal coven, $ stud prieW at Hint./ Men

good tires, motor In fine shape, low mileage, radio equip. p / 6 5 9 Trortiporialion boseof roil rotes,

ped. state 'and local foxes (if any),

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about 500 eggs, and Post Office building Miami, from FITZPATRICK HONORED
should examine fruit in various female lays
SOCIETY BUYS sections of his grove, and begin I she may begin laying when only May 13 to May 21, inclusive, to Fitzpatrick Gainesville May 9,-Francli H
multipli- Interview and examine young men son of Mr and Mrs!
control measures when he finds a week old This rapid
that half the fruits! he has examined cation accounts for the quick appearance who desire to serve in the U. S R H. Fitzpatrick of Homestead was
36-ACRE TRACT are Infested with the pests of large numbers of rust Marino Corps. Requirements for among a group of officers and noncommissioned .
1 I Injury done to fruit by rust mites mites when weather is favorable joining this famous and oldestof officers of the Re.
FOR HOSPITAL'early in the spring is different I The pests first appear on leaves Uncle Sam's military organiza- serve the Officers Training Corns at
from that done later on the rind and twigs i but go to the young tions are: that applicants be white, University of Florida who re-
I ceived
| showing a mottled effect and the fruits when they approach an inch American men of sound health medals 01 illations for outstanding -
Tin South t Florida Crippled thin epidermis broken into small, in diameter between 18 and 25 years of age, work.
specks, later In- I single and without dependents
( I lI"n-n'i Hospital and School will crescent-shaped MEN least school education She-'I hear the thief of
jury results in even smooth discoloration MVKINE CORPS WANTS with at a common police
hi located on a 36-acre tract ofI Scrgt Charles T White, repre- I I of good moral character, is going to try to stop necking"
I nd i in !Schenley Park, just west Warm dry weather is favorablefor I sentative of the U S Marine Corps :and between 64 and 74 inches in He-"I should think he would_
..r Rid Road and north of the Corn! rust mite development. Each Recruiting Service, will be at the ,height. a man of his 114 ,1"

Gables canal, it has boon announced -

The land was purchased

hv the South Florida Crippled

luldren's Society with money

fintn an emergency of fund accumulated Hear the First Federal After-Dinner Concerts Each Evening at 7:3tf WKAT
period
over a years
Conferences and consultation
regarding/ the location with state
and federal I commissions war
based on ten-year program with
anticipated population expansion
in the ten counties which the hos-
pital will nerve taken Into consider -
"ition, Fire protection natural
hmiirdi, accessibility centralization -
a
of facilities of hospital and
M, hoot for handicapped children 1
"horn Veio Beach to Key West and SIlk
intending, Into the Glades area
" n I", elghed Directors made a
. rueful survey of properties offered -
by various citizens of the community !

The property includes eight i
hl..dls on the extreme writ end of lid
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Sr 'he'nloy Park across Red road
IK m Coral Gables, and four blocks
M u'h of Coral Way Sidewalks
,I nd street paving are being in-
M t III lid, Water and light lines ex-
:u lid to the property line The
I mil,, Inn been icarlfid and ten
... I us ue under cultivation, plant-
( il m strawberries and truck crops 3 % CURRENT DIVIDENDS
The property will be given to the i
hl"I,1| corporation when legal
di tnU have been completed by
,of i:",rn<'\s. Title ii insured In the lGi ON INSURED SAVINGS
Nntion.il; Title Company The purchase : ,,
price was $10,000SULPHUR ,,
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FOR CONTROL OF \.

In the past five years the First Federal has mortgages of this class are considered the
CITRUS MITES paid over one million dollars in dividends on soundest of all private investments. The rein -

I,1I iiavings, addition to accumulating large resources of the First Federal represent a diversification -
serves. The current dividend rate is 3% per of investment over several thousands
Gainesville, Fla 9, Sulpl
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annum. Reserves are growing approximately! of such loans. In addition to this protection,
" ui will do the job when it comes
(o controlling runt mites on citrus, $150,000 a year. Dividends are payable semiand the Association's large surplus or safety
noJ R. Watson State Experiment annually at rates currently determined by the fund, savings in the First Federal are insured
Station entomologist Board of Directors. up to $5,000. ,
Whether it Is to be used In dustor
*pray form is the question for Most of the larger and stronger Federal A few years ago home mortgage interest
the grower to decide when he finds Savings and Loan Associations throughout the rates in Miami averaged about 8'r; per annum.
control measures are necessary nation pay dividends of 3eor;! are reducing Today the best mortgages of this class are "
against this common pest of cit- to that rate in 1940. Few northern savings taken at interest rates averaging about 5%
rus Sulphur dust may be applied banks pay more than 2% on deposits. At per annum. Higher interest rates can be ob-
>'n about a tenth of the time required present prices the highest grade listed bonds, tained only by investing in weaker mort-

to apply spray, but the including government issues, yield less then gages, which involve risks the First Federal '
spray has the food points of not 3%" All listed bonds matter how "
per annum. no i il unwilling to assume. Experience teaches that :,
only controlling lust mites but ,
also reducing the numbers of whiteflies safe they may be, are subject to market fluctu- in the long run higher average dividends can '
and scale Insects.If ation. Insured savings in the First Federal are be paid by accepting only the safest mortgages -
free from fluctuations of the stock and bond
applied dry, finely-ground at lower interest rates, avoiding losses, accumulating ,
sulphur should be mixed with a market and from the hazards of uncertain strong reserves and operating efficiently l'
small quantity of hydrated lime to business conditions. at low cost.
facilitate application Five to ten
pounds of lime added to 95 poundsof The dividends any institution can safely and The First Federal is a mutual savings insti
sulphur will nuke application properly pay depend on earnings. In the long tution chartered and supervised by the United
much easier bj duster than if the run, the ability of any savings institution to States Government. Its resources at the end
sulphur were used alone. operate safely and pay fair dividends depends: of each calendar year have been as follows
An effective spray consists of six on its ability to obtain sound investments
or seven quarts of lime-sulphur, avoid losses, build strong reserves and operate December 31. 1933 $ 8,360.61
100 gallons of water, and from five the First December 31 193-1
at low cost. In all these respects 266,300.19
to ten pounds of writable sulphur Federal ranks high among the best of the December 31, 1935 1.753,678.23
This lime-sulphur while requiring -
much more spray time for tippluution 1,400 federally chartered savings Institutions December 31, 1936 5,596,862,75
than the dust will con- In the United States. It is operated at the December 31, 1)37 8,774,977,81
trol I lust mites and kill crawler lowest cost of any of the large and progressive December 31, W:18: 11,692,773,67
and the young stages of scdles and institutions of its class in the southern December 31. 1)39 14,013,611.09
whiteflies, !Mr Watson points out states, if not in the nation.
To be able to determine when Within the policies of management above
contiol\ measures are necessary Federal Savings and I"onn Associations stated, the First Fl'deralltands ready to serve
.IE,mist rust mites the grower Invest their funds principally in motlthl.rpIlYtho careful savings investors} and thrifty homeowners
should carry a good hand lens that vent first mortgages on homes. Conservative of Greater Miami.
u ill magnify at toast ton times and
not more than 13. With this he

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and left Wednesday evening fLake ()r b" credited on their foot travelers park following a swim in the pnol, t, I
Monroe when !Mr Smenl h,.s badge The Rills have the piivil- then rvtliin by foot. to Rrdl.md !
a charge He formerly was past' rile of inviting one guest each school Parents may come fur 1 the
; In and Around of the Florida City Free Method!:st The hiking party with five adult girls at 930 "'.-Jek. I
Church chaperones will leave the school Last Friday I ho troop staked n
Friday at 3 15 p. m They will enjoy program ..n mil Moutinti "it the
Mr and Mis H J, Derbvshn a picnic lunch in Iloll1l'st<',IlI's high sihixil I ,"ixspinblv (M-iiod
' Homestead of Miami spent several days th;isl!
week at their home here I


Mr, and Mis Joseph Ru-tad of

t and Mr Mrs and Helen Mrs Rockier Ur H left Lehmai yesterday FLORIDA :CITYBy Miami were visitors here Mumia1: To Voters of the "ifthCommissioncr's

. for a visit with friends I : SIrs \V. W. Sever:..:.: .: Charlotte Geionlmo .ucompanled a -

and relatives in Chicago and Dixon ,", , by several members of th
_ 111. Mrs Hackler will visit Mrs C ,G Nelson entertainedthe Homestead High School' Hand ,it District
her sister In Indiana. I W. W F C class of the Com- tended the University of Mist
munity Church on Thursday eve- Symphonic Band corner: given i n
Mrs. Q. W. Diaper slster-m- ;ning at the parsonage. Miami on Monday evening
law of Mrs. Ceo N. Wakefield I mish to extend to you ray

returned to her home In Wash- Mrs. R. J. Shepherd visited from H E. Obcnshuln left on Wednesday sincere thanks
I and
ington, D. C., Tuesday after spendIng Monday to Wednesday with her for Roanoke W Va assure you

Wakefield.two weeks with Mr. and Mil son-in-law and daughter, Mr and ..""""......"' "..""' ..",,,.,,"' ....,,........,,.......,,... that I will continue to do all in
MI" At Oxland In Coral Gables. Redland Girl: ScoutsBy
I Mr. and Mrs. Oxland visited here
my power to deserve -
KATllItEN WAGNER your support
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Clure left
Wednesday.Mrs. ....".......""..........."..,....."..""' ..,,,...............,,
Sunday with Mrs. B. M. Faircloth and confidence.
and her daughter. Miss Dorothyfor L. Forsyth returned on The Redland Girl Scouts. Troo p -
an extended vacation In the from 38, attended the county-wide semiannual i-
Thursday a week's visit with
North.C. friends in Miami. court of awards held ;t
Miami Edison High School ]1m at
J. 1) KEDI
Monday night at 8 oilock
J. Burton arrived Thursday Mr. and Mrs Dun H.ibcrl.indl
of last week from College Park and son, Bobby, of Miami were Transportation was furnish a Your County Commissioners
Ga., to spend a month with his wek-end by Mrs. Tommie Toibeit, Mn
guests of Mr. and Mrs
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Rudolph Mattson Bonds, Mr and Mrs. Rogers Mr,s
Mri. J. L. Burton, A. L. Campbell Mrs C. F. lien-
nington and Miss Small
Mrs. Walter Schutt and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Wm. Dunlop left Martha Personkl left on Mond.iy Awards given the Rodland girl I .
Tuesday for New York City where for Walled Lake, Mich. were: II I
they will spend the summer. Drawing and painting Maui 1'1
Frank Kctlerman left on Friday Rogers Rosemary Ilenningtor 1. '
: Mrs Given Victor and Mrs. for his home In Elkins W. Va. (Kathleen Wagner, Flvira Bum,1,1
Evelyn Hatten left Tuesday for I(Rosemary Burke. Sarah Vih'er i :
I J''kfIII; .. .
Huntsville, Mo., where they will Mr and Mrs. W Goodson left Marion Deceit, Bertha Mac 1-1111;
spend the summer. on Saturday I to make: their homein I Kathleen Campbell Melba: tot! '
Fort Laudcrdilc. lins. \\ /

Mrs. Chas. Camp has as her Scribe Kathleen Wagner
guests, her brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs Harvey Rolircr Second class-K.ithrvn Lei" -301 -
sister Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Bying- and family returned to Cape Sable Scholarship, Kathleen U.IKIU' i /::
ton of Chicago and Mrs. B. P. on Friday after a week's visit with Rosemary H-nmngton. Rose/mar /! \
Harding of Miami, sister of Mrs. relatives here. Burke Kathleen Campbell ,in<
Byington and Mn. Camp. Kathryn Levy.
W F. A. Robertson. left Friday Color bearers acting for TH.OI P "
for Wilkmsburg, Pa, 38 AND THIS
Mr. and Mr. Joe Adams of upon receiptof were Rosemary Hcnnmgton I .
a telegram notifying him of the Marie Rogcis Kathleen Wngnei 1 r
Miami and Joe Jr., spent the
death of his brother, Jack, Rosemary Burke.
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. SUMMERWE'j.L
The weekly meeting was held u :
Tom Vann. The Rev Wesley Smcal and his the art room at Redlund schuli
sister, Miss Marie Smctil visited Wednesday afternoon. At this tam e HAVE
Col. and Mrs. Frank Kingmun here from Monday to Wednesday the girls voted a hike which wil
have moved into their new homeon 1'
Kingman toad Col. and Mrs :' 1 fUl'lJic
Kingman have been living at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H Klopp "
while waiting for their home to Redland Brand :- COOKERY011 !
be completed. i


Mrs. R. L. Godwin was returned .
to her home Sunday from the Kendall I
hospital where she underwent Fertilizersare

t major operation.Mr. .


and Mrs Paul Reynolds and s
sons, Joe and Gene were guests manufactured in Homesteadby
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank RaymondIn
Miami Sunday.

a locally owned company.
Miss Ann McConnell of Miami
spent the week-end here visiting

her mother, Mrs. Raymond Ynsua Mixtures are carriedon

Mrs A. Gram, mother of J. H.
Gram and, Clarence Gram of Red-'
hand for
land Is ill at the University hospital every \' will fount the advantages o/ electric i

In Coral CabIn cookery every day in the year-bul most of ill

need. you'II be glad you hive ic in he summer! It
Frank T. Briggs left Wednesday -
actually keeps the kitchen I welcome I (o 10
for New York City after spending
the winter at his home In degrees cooler-and you can open the windows -
Redland. Your patronage is and let the bream blow when you have
flaimlcss electric coolter,.
Miss Dimple Parker has returned
to her home in Cullman, always appreciated. With the children out of school and rompingin
Ala, after visiting her brother-in-I I and out of the kitchen all diy, you'II be
law and sister Mr. and Mrs Cor- I thankful far the safety of electric service

bet Smith, for several months With K) many places 10 go this summer so

Mrs. Willis Whitfield and son. I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. many things to do, vou'll be delighted with
he simplicity and he automatic features of
Bobby, have moved to Tallahasseeafter
spending the winter in I FRANK B.RUE.MGR, electric 'oaken dial gm iou more time, save
Homestead. I VtCESkMSKIS: work and energy lot summer (an

MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER 1E r w. a
Miss Grlffle Blair came down
from Coral Gables to spend Wednesday HOMESTEAD. FLA.
and Thursday with Homestead -
r friends and relatives.

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HONORED AT UNIVERSITY CLUB TEA "''''..........."......-.............................".''''.... TO BE INSTALLED NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT I

-- 10 Federal art class in
The senior girls of Redland High The hostesses and their assistants Chamber May of- Commerce building New officers for the Homestead by the presidentAt
School and Homestead High School and those In the receivinglint : P. T. A. will be Installed next Friday his suggestion the committee -
I May 10-Meeting of Episcopal I voted
formal to make a substantial
wore attire.
evening May 17, in Neva King
were guests of honor WednesdAy Auxiliary at home of Mrs. A. H. payment on the
The program consisted of a piano note which
afternoon at the University Club welcoming address by Mrs Hind Singleton at 3 p. m. Cooper school auditorium at 8 will fall due next October before

tea given by Mn A. A. Payne and man, two humorous readings by May 19-Concert of Choral ClubIn o'clock announced President W. R. the association will have an opportunity
her daughter. Miss Elinor, at I Miss Pollard, a talk on Stetson Neva King Cooper school auditorium Bird at the last meeting o' the to raise much money.
their home in Porvenir. University by Mrs. Willard Fifield, at 8 p. m. association's executive committee Through Mr. Bird's effort cake
Unusually effective were the a> piano solo by Miss Cox, a talk May 13 -Meeting of Monday held Wednesday in the clinic room. and candy sales have been held
floral decoration, which com- on Miami University by Miss Lois Music Club at home of Mrs J. B. That program numbers will be and the Driskill Wolfe recital was
bined the colors of the two school Beluenx, a talk en the Florida Rutland. given by the Homestead Tu.ure given to build up a fund for this
.the green and white of Homestead State College for Women by Miss May 11 Special meeting of Farmers, he said, and Mrs A. F. early payment.The .
and the orange and black Melon DUIIII l s> reading by Miles Legion. Auxiliary at home ot Mrs. Arthur hospitality chairman and committee voted also to
of Redland. Particularly lovely' Bashor and a brief talk on South- Frank B. Rue. her committee will serve refreshments give three: dollar to the county

was a huge basket of tall gladioli, i elrlL College by Mrs. Murphy. May H-Musical, meetIng in the patio. P. T. A. federal sewing project
program
pale orange in tint that stood in I Mrs. Hindman announced that of Woman's Club of Home Officers to be installed are; so the Homestead schools may geta
front of the living room fireplace.In I I the University Club's first scholarship stead. president, Mrs. M. P. White; flr-t- share of the new garments made
the dining room decorationsthe a loan scholarship of $150, vlce-president, Mrs. Ceo. D. by the project this summer.
point of interest was an im* has been awarded by the club May 1J AU-day meeting of Ruehle; second vice-president, Mrs. Present at the meeting were:
mensely broad orange toned bowl to Miss Fern Robertson who will Woman' Club, of Homestead. Jack Polk, secretary, Mrs. James Mrs. George D. Ruehle Mrs. W.
filled with calendulas, golden enter her junior year at the Flor- May IS-All-day quilting party Nesbitt; and treasurer Mrs Geo. E. Rheney Mrs. Russell Anderson -
glow Queen Anne's lace and fern. ida State College for Women next of Redland Ladles' Aid. N. Waktfield. Mrs. Ben Archer PrincipalB.
The same flowers and others- fall. May t?-Federal art class inChambet' New rules governing the school M. Hindman. R. t Hester, E.
Easter lilies roses and nasturtiumswere Seniors present were Miss Mary of Commerce building cafeterias of the county wereread i iI I B. Blackburn and Mr Bird.
used in bouquets.In Frances Arthur, Miss Jeanette May 17-Redland High School'sjuniorsenior
the receiving tune were: Met Campbell, Miss Edwina Close banquet in Columbus -
Hotel in Miami MR. AND MRS. L. R. BECKER ENTERTAIN
B. M. Hmdmnrt president; Miss Miss Nina Dyai, Miss Jane Gathn I
Bertha Mill! Hausman. vice-presi Miss Rachel Gossman, Miss May Homestead P. T. A. FACULTY GROUP AT FLORIDA CITY HOME
dent Mrs T J installation meeting at 8 p. m.
Blcier secretary; erine Marsh Miss Valeria Kath-I --
Miss Payne, historian; and Mrs. bell Miss Carolyn Campbell Junior May Woman's 20- Social Club meeting of Homestead of- Mr and Mrs. L. R. Becker entertained er Miss Emily Jones was presentedwith
Thomas Murphy a recent bride.In Evelyn Chambers, Miss Mildred I
I I faculty members of a wedding gift from the
the dining room Mrs Payne Craft, Miss Dorothy I Edwards Miks May Installation meeting of Homestead High School Neva I teaching force.
was insisted by Mrs. Frank Haui- Betty Louise Harris Miss Naomi I King Cooper School and Florida
Homestead B. P. W. C. in Chamber
'kin Present besides Mr. and Mrs.
nun ) poured tea from a silver Home Mil Irene Jackson Miss
City School and the husbands and
,, t ,of Commerce building at 6.30 p. m. Becker and Mrs. Murphy were:
leers c iline end of the dining Merle January MISh Phyllis Jen-
Mbli Mrs Frunk May 21-Meeting of W. M. S. wives of faculty members at a I Mr. and Mrs. B. M Hindman Mr.
Webb who'I sen, Miss Anna Lou Johns Miss covered djsh at tiicir home
lerv. rl ,toffee at the other ; Suzy Leggett Miss 1 Kathleen Circles. 'I supper I and Mrs. E. B. Blackburn Mr. and
in Florida City Monday evening.
May 22-Moeling of Lily Bow Mrs. T. J. Mr. and
aid \1i Juliiin H. Webster MissY i, Lloyd. Miss LaNelle Rogers Miss Mrs. Thomas Murphy the form- Bleier Mrs.
'''mi. Pollard Miss ,','al1etl" :Kathleen ROMS Mla, Claudia Con- Book Review Club in library at I Geo. N. Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs.E. .
i.<." Mi"., :11nii' B.I-.IIIH and Mrs [ i nera and Miss Lydii'Vlhlen 8pm. 'I I:i H. Gallaher Mr and Mrs J.
Don] }Hirtvvru who seined im 111'1| Club members. present included May 24 Homestead High I Business College. At present she R. Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
iu- "l1n l )' tempting sandwiches :I besides those already named: Mrs. School's junior-senior banquet. Its employed as bookkeper at [:! Bird Mi and Mrs. Harry E.
cube .if individually iced und dcc-l|Lawrence BeckerjMrs Ban Archer May 28-Poppy Day sponsored ,i: Franklin's Grocery store. I Cooper Mr and Mrs. Bowling G.
rated cakes mid mints and Mrs. W. R. Bird, Mrs. Bowling O. by American Legion Auxiliary. I I Mr. Shernrd is the son of Mrs I'II [ Dye Mr. and Mr. W. M. Flficld.
all in tints and shades of the Dye Mrs George L. Polk Mrs. May 31- Meeting of Junior I Qulnnie Sherard of Homestead.I I Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Thurmnn Mr.
ors of the two schools. nuts'l :Paul Reynolds* .Mrs. George Q.Ruehle 'Music Club at home of Mrs. Carl 'I Although a native of GaJneaVllle, !,| and Mrs }. G. Wynn, Mr and Mrs.
Mist Jewell Turner and : Mrs. J. R. Rutland Mrs. 'Anderson. Fla., he has spent most of his life Lonnie L. Hood; Mrs. Virginia
Helen BlxUu presided at the guest'1':H G. Thurman and Mass Kathryn May 21--Meeting of Jennie Lob- here and was graduated from ,'Edwards, Mrs. Ruth L. Scott, Miss
book |'II]Davis. I dell Circle. I Homestead High School. He Is employed Lois Behrens Miss Mabel Williams -
\ I May n-MPet1na of RedlandHome by Standard Oil Campauy. Miss Betty Bow, Miss. Mary
PRESiDENT Demonstration Club. They will make their home In.!|Jackson Miss Eula- Ray and Bailey
MRS. BEN
I ARCHER ELECTED i June Graduation exercises of I Homestead. I Macey
OF BUSINESS AND Homestead High School.
PROFESSIONttLWOMEN, I June Gradualism exercises of -

Mrs Ben Atelier was elected L Ooley, Mrs. M. r.. White, Mrs. Redland High School. YOUR/BUDGET ''DRVG51aft-III.

president of the Homestead Business -I., Hammett, Mrs. Stewart Mrs. Wal I '" ;..c\S". !
and Professional Women's din, Mrs. Steffanl Mn. Chandler, MISS MARY ELZABETII KYLE U"')" FAlJ/I.Y "
Club it the annual meeting of the Mn. Dub 1\1JL Clinton, Mrs! TO WED ERNEST SIIERARI PIlpI1J'Mt !
organization held Monday evening I Nesbitt: and Mn. Archer I Mr. and Mrs. C. W Sweet areannouncing 6VDGETSAle
In the Chamber of Commerce I! the engagement of

building.Mrs i CHORAL CLC1 TO GIVE their neice, Miss Mary Elizabeth I Oil .LOW rilCIt NAK* BVBCCTt AST TO lltAMtK
Cina Stewart who was not.1 rUE CONCEIT: TONIGHT I Kyle to Ernest Woodrow Sherardof ,
eligible for re-election as president -'r! The Choral Club of the Mon- Homestead'
was made first vice-president. day Music Club will present The marriage will take place in I THE DIXIE
ind Mrs. Jane Nesbitt was made I concert in the Neva King Cooper Homestead on June 1. DRUG
second vice-president. This automatically School auditorium this evening I Miss Kyle, the daughter of Mrs. l,
gives Mrs. Stewart, at 8 o'clock. Mary E. Kyle of Clearwater, has JACK POLIt HOWARD JOHNSON
chairmanship of the membership The concert li given In observance made her 'home in Homestead for 'I Phones 30 and. .un Hosnotlead, Via.
inmmittee. and Mrs Nesbitt,I 1 1 of National Music Week. .1 I the past four years. She is a'
chairmanship of the program There win be no admission charge graduate of Homestead High
; Mrs Roy Chandler committer ;!! and no collection will be taken. School and attended Homestead Wise, tfiwoMU kuyan md only' t. ,M at Hw Volume aWw Knot Drug
Store Fortly.d.t Sola.. : That: 'niA ta"', 9. .
elected recording i secretary; Mrs. | shoppers, M HURR.YI MO.**that ttoa Act < thrifty
H A Walden, corresponding secretary
: and Mrs. C. H Steffanl, 1 1jt4f
trensurrr BackacheMay al i "
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The election was preceded bya nCOLD ,

Stewart talk on the club collect by Mrs. ; beKidneys CREAM Headaches, Discomfort

The auditing committee's chairman .619 pound of cold Q
Mrs. Walden paid a tribute cream t this ,troordeery; low D
to the work of the club treasurer I price.
FULL Lt.
Mrs. Charles Clinton. sty so or
Finn for Installation on May or C a
20 wei. announced by Mrs. J. F. 7
lUmmett program chairman. District it-0
officers and president of district StomachPVERY I i "**Oct
clubs have been Invited to at- II
tend. Past members of the local I r
club also are invited to attend A ORGAN is served by some nerve which FRESH FRUIT ICE CREAM
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pot-luck dower Ui the Chamber of leads out from the spinal column between the -
Commerce building I Is planned low r
vertebra- When a vertebra closes down on a

that The night mIaMI chairman, Mrs. Lloyd I nerve, or impinges, it, the organ served by that MADE DAILY IN OUR STORE

Deitz. was instructed to see- about nerve b affected. Thus Chiropractic holds a

getting a piano for Installationnight large percentage sickness, of disease has. its

origin in the spinal column] 1. for which Chiropractic BARBER STYLE KLENZO
A vote of thank was given to
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.01- \\ \\ Siuiv. Mis. C. H Rue L. L. Hood, JIlt s. Henry Jormftni. meeting .a the club house>i" Iy ,
::111'F. H Gillilui, :Mis GUI N 1 Mis Vine Hums. !Mrs. Tail I. 15: to beautify the grounds. A J,,i :
\\'kl'ildd. Mis. Mink 5\111111.11I. Robinson Mrs. H Collier. Ml >. business 11'I1'l'Ilnll111 11 bird i II I
Social Events Mi" W F Rhrii''. :Mi'. 'r C ; E. 13 Blackburn, Mrs Thorn.s the n".nllll111,1 l a ,'?\1'.1 I ni-' '
Shieklrtoid !Mis B. K Gitlm,IMurphy. Mrs. B M Hindman Mrs. luncheon will, be 'ersvvi "t "-,,:,
Mt i R B. Blown :lh'". J. D. 1\\ !M Mficld Mi- Flank Skill The afternoon will be anent! u
Barnes. Mrs Fred Saber and Mil- I Mis, Paul HulvMis. W. R. Bird '
lowers.
I planting feruhgiirt; : "
fred Scveiy I!Mrs Lee 11
Lehman Mrs Juuan
tress and in other ways unprov.
GIRL SCOUTS GIVE TEA FOR MOTHERSIN I Scouts present wire: MIN Rus-I H. Webster Mu T. J. Bleu. Mrs II I the grounds
sell Home and Mrs. James Hudson W. E, Rhcney, Mri J. A. Pollard,
OBSERVANCE OF TENTH ANNIVERSARY lieutenants; Collegene\ Bul-I I !Mrs C. Hauler! Rice Mrs W. J.
lard Betty and Ruth Byrum I Clark Mrs. Nell Hawkins of '(Additional Society on Page Ten) ,
'The tenth birthday anniversary received by only a few troops it Margaret tiarnes, Suzanne Brown'Miami Airs Robert Wingfield of

bf Girl Scouting Homestead was the county. Betty Gatlln Baibara Home. DcLund, Mrs G. W Diaper of I' .
celebrated by Nasturtium Troop Punch was served from a largeice Katherine Kelly. Jolene Mock'Washington, DC., Mrs N. P. -- ---"-

No. 19 in Homestead at a ten punch bowl in which yellow Barbara Miller, Ardel Paiman i Thompson of Washington, D. C., r [I For J
flowers had been frozen, It was Ruth Rutland, Patty Robinson I|Mrs. Jacobs, Mrs Arthur, Mr*. j I .
given for mothers of the memberson surrounded by fern fronds and I' Betty Stillman. Warrene Severy, ;Payne Mrs Reynolds. !Mr John- i \JothC'r'lf 1 Day
the lawn of the home of Mind I Queen Anne's lace A cake dec- I'I Barbara Jean Smith, Katherine loon. Mist Bertha Mill Ilnurman ,
Mrs C. J. Parman Tuesd ly. orated in green and yellow icing I i Shacklefoi'd. Mary Catherine Suber I II and Miss Ellen Huff nC JlC'r
The senior patrol members were and ten candles was served also. Barbara WjkeficldMVNV -- I
hostesses A bowl of nasturtiums. the troop i land i lltOMCSlEAlOMWS .\
A v..igentt. The Story of the'I flower, was on either end ol tic : JUST ATTE\D ( lilt
table. I DESbF TO 11.\\ E MUSICAL I'ltOOIlVM
RT BRIDGE
Flame Ti, II',' read by Ann Shackle- PERMANENTP
ford and .acted in pantomime bcouts \ Senior (,nk \\' 10 suvcd rik hos A des8eit 1 bulge sin< given it I I A n1ll".11 program in ob*<' \-1 1I
the aril' 1 told the Afrlc.1Il'It'g'no lose, \\eie VIM' Rhuiev. Dora I the home of Mis On N \V.ik<'- I inure. of Musiciik: : : ; will he pusentcd ,
"I tin spithodca tree. Barbara I Scoit Marion Fdmonds, Bctl\ field S.ltUl'd.IV afl< noun with MiGeo ,. | it the social meeting of )
J, ,In i l Hoi nc rend a poem "To I Bmi\! Margaret' Stillmin I Wild i I M link. MIS. C. H. StefMm r''the \Voni..n'" Club: lIf! H nusUitTuisdiy ('l* sea
MotheiAll Hilts. Muv Fiances Rulhnri Mix H. C, Nichols and Ml ". Wake- aftnnooH .
I M P I b i Van\\ inkle and Ann field as hostesses Mrs N G. Bill and Miss Pearl O
Geraldine; Reitz, a member Slnckleford The 11e"lcoltheme prevailed Whitakcr will be hostesses for the rrt
,of .the fIrst troop organized here, .
afternoon. ..
Special guests were: Mrs Donuld In the decorations and prizes.
"gave u history pf the troop and Richardson commissioner: 1\11' s. High score prize winner In I On the program will be: Choral' r
trelated many of the amusing incidents Snyder a member of the Dade bridge was Mrs Adrian Jacobs;'Club. "Green Cathedral," "J:>tur)I I
that have happened since County council of Gill Scouts: second high score, winner Mrs A.:Land of Home and "Mv Heuit at
:3930 Mrs. Harry C. Crawford who directed F. Arthur: third high score win- 'Thy Sweet V'oiic; Vuri Rhvnrv, \
To Mrs. Frank Skill, captain of the first training camp held ner, Mrs A A.. Payne; low score piano solo; Mrs Lewis Brandenburg Shelton Thrrnilque Crnqulnnolf
ithe troop for nine years and mem- in Homestead and Miss Dempsey winner Mrs Howard Johnson; and and Mrs Lloyd DciU' vocal U vrsIUi
dber of the troop committee a year Creary, local director cut prize, Mrs Paul Reynolds. duet, The Crimson Glow of Sun1set I
before that, the scouts presentedtwo Member of the troop committee Quests were: Mrs. Russell Home, Fades; Philip Wilson violin' I >l MMIPM TMt.-.Msr/w.a. CM.TILICC'S .
books, 'Paul Cezanne I present were: Mrs Frank Mrs Claude Campbell Mrs. J, D. solo; Mrs. H. K. Foulk vocal: soloI; I _.aln
Works, Paintings and Drawings, Haugmnn Mrs B M Hindman' Perkins Mr,. Tom Lindsey Mrs Everett Shuler D. L. Bowen, I BeAUTY
land Burkhardt s Civilization of I Mr J R Brooks and Mis Par- i Geo D Ruehle, Mrs A M Logan, Carl Fredericks und Ronald Caves. I
Renaissance man { Mrs Gordon Ivey Mrs. Curtis vocal quartet. Mrs W M Fifield I PARLOR
The troop was presented will .. other guests present wen Mrs Monroe. Mrs A 0 Cam Mr .1 I and Mrs Deity vocal duct Tin ; .
'It II MrCrar Aed.--Albs SktriH
itpeclal award for re-reglstennti) sari (' irl F Rob,",,m I mcmbc' it A Webb MrT .J I rausi MrsR Uosiu' A'1011.\I1", ? ,I tl 1 I* Mr o.nae-Iiperat.e
time by Miss Dempsey n ,i I Ins 11111,1 Mi t I 1) Mo'h MlI R K'nntrt Mr fhzabetl: I I .1 I 0 Redd Mi ,I lull' ," II Wit Phone leyWS
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'bon foe tin troop (lag in > in i." VIi, I r'i HIIIIUIK Mi I ''h Mi M (h IV,,". MI Phi ,slur w I 11 ear ?
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.,. ,....-...........,.............,.....................................?MNINM//W......-.-....MMNIN-. Mrs. W. ElVwis read art article,
"Evangalism in the Home" *t a
MR AND !MRS DAVE WILLIAMS of Commerce
Chamber building on meeting of Circle Three at the J W NI I IIwYMNIN-NNN W NNNININNN W N IN W N INNNNNIIw.NNby

GIVEN: SURPRISE PARTYMr. .April 20 and sponsored by both home of Mrs. W. D. Coker Wednesday Volunteers Are Working the mayor of Coral'Gable*. X M Ji?
and Mrs. Dave Williamswere the junior and senior woman"i afternoon Mrs. J. Tom Vann
On Souveinrg The queen! was chosen'tvpopu* ,
honored with clubs. Banquet
a surprise partyon
conducted the devotionals. The I .
lar vote of the student The
their first wedding anniversary The club voted to give one dol- hostess served cake and punch. other candidates body :i.i,
Thursday of last week by membersof lar a month toward the! transportation Those Mrs. Blow torches and heated wires seven' acted the '
present were: Quki- "
the Homestead Methodist choir of the household and nursing have junior and senior boys and queen* court with the runner-ui) .'fj
Sherard I
nie Mrs S A. King, Mrs.T. being her maid of honor Mum t
following choir practice. The project of the WPA C. Seifert, Mrs Lewis, Mrs girls bending over them every of
Lindgren Is member
party was given at the home of Mrs Sam Specter Mrs. Edwin Vann and Mrs Coker hour in the day. These people are a Chi i .
Mr and Mrs. William volunteers who Omega sorority, and was notnH "'P
McGarrah and Miss Geraldine are diligently burnIng -
Circle Two, sponsor of the! G noted for this honor the Phi
I'In choir presented: Mr. and Reitz were voted: Into the club as A of the church, will honor the Mexican designs Into white [Alpha fraternity fay i

M" Williams with n twin waffle new members. G. A. members with a party next ply-wood program coven which C
II'" I't Those present were: Mrs, James will serve as place card program ,
month it was decided at a meet
\ -it i, games wen directed: b\ L. Bird, Mrs Robert Glenn Jr, ing Wednesday at the home of menu plate and souvenir when the I, : .1

V 1 I 1/: EllIOtt and Miv Antoin-I Mrs Bruce EnnH. Mrs T. J. Mrs. W, D. Horne. Mrs S. A. Turner junior class is host to the senior I GLASSES ;

\1"' : 'Walker. Mn Burley Denciv. Mi, conducted the devotionals class nt a banquet the eveningof a ?.

earn und Candy were' I Rudolph Mittson Mrs L. T Proctor The next meeting will be held May 17 on the loot of the Columbus -To I, ;

I"1... I I. D. Ridrt md! i iI 1 Mr*. F. B. Green Mrs Harold In the municipal park with Mrs Hotel in MiamI. 1 1i Open .._...

I BI'1II1c"nhllrg Oxford All'. AnsdB. row Mrs. HF Annie R. Buller hostess i These etched wooden souvenir Your .. '. B
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I'', enl writ" !Mi and ,l li 1 8h"I..rt. Mi *. W B Caves. Ji Others present wereMrs.. H. FRed care 1 a condition of three d'p'l't-lments. Eyes .. s'to'

I ('lint in. 11. ;'nil I 1\1", I II Mrs Augustus Wynn. Mn E. A in. Mrs. Gerda Freud Mis .I English art and mane ,it 1 1Itrnning tI,

I: ""I'"I' ik. Ui mid Mi' Ellatt" I I IM Buchanan. Mis Paul Losmr Mrs 1 C. Vann Mr*. T. E. Kirby. !\Ir' 1'I with, three te icheri1: gS

1 .\lini, IX>\ Floy Mrs S. A. Proitoi '
M i" i ;\11' Kidd, MMII., .'Ion ]Miss Norma fiussmin and 11'8. D. M Shetzlme I I i Mi R. E. Trotter directing t C

,II. I\IIt""wll Moye. Misses Helen ..

mid, I :Mildred Field Miss, r.ml'i)|GARDEN CLUB SEES i)Operetta Jungle Scenes
:MRS J. P. ANDERSON:
8..th.. Miss Mary MiNoill ELECTED Slop qutiilnq about yew OJ.... IdUrn i ,
FI.O\\111 ARRANGEMENTSPictures :
W. !M S. \KE-PRESIDENT Painted by Art Classes *, to KNOW) An umlMtwn
M rybelle Glbbs. Miss J II m I enll'hards in color of flower I I i
ar- Mrs. J. P. Anderson was elected wig tall Why Jtl.yl ,
Miss Esther
Livingston
rangements were shown at a meetIng vice-president of the Woman The operetta "Crocodile Island" Dr. B. F. Stebbins
It U Brown Irving Lyon, Spark- | of the South Dade Garden
Missionary Society of the Home- I exceeded all expectations in beauty
man Holding, Willard Norman, Club at the home of Mrs. E. J. and Dr. L. W. Stebbins
Robert Cast and Roy Nelson. stead Methodist Church at a meeting dramatics The speaking and
Norman Jr., Monday afternoon Tuesday afternoon at the!'singing! parts were unusually well U2J:W. flagler St.. Miami I

IIGIOV: AUXILIARY TO HOLD when Mn Norman and Mrs. E. church. She was chosen to fill a''done I The dances were varied, none S-2U5
J. Sr. hoste.seJ.The .
Norman were .'
caused :the costumes beautiful
SPECIAL MEETING MONDAY vacancy by the resignation and the

The Legion Auxiliary will hold pictures which were shown I of Mrs. A. M Logan I I colored lighting effects upon :the "
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by two employees I bottling
a special meeting Monday at.8 A program on "The Life of Mrs.1 hand-painted mural designed stage
at the home of Mrs Frank B.Pom. company, consisted of flower arrangements : Luke Johnson" was presented by(I IMn walla of fantastic and animated t
various and
Rue to discuss plans to sell poppies for rooms E. J. Pacettl Jr., assisted by'I I jungle scenery lent themselves to

in Goulds Princeton, Niranji, table decorations, each a beautiful Mr: Lloyd Field Mrs B. M Hind-[the success of the performance NEWT. G. BALL }
study, harmonious in design and
Florida City and Homestead on man and Miss Jennie Lobdell all Many Miami visitors came to t, 61
color. members of the Jennie Lobdell view the operetta and the scenery hY
May 28 date of the second 1
primary NOTARY PUBLIC
Mrs. R. J. the
Shepherd president Circle. The
art
II department painted the
dullon Plans for
installation
oil I Mrs Geo. Reed
tin officers also will be discussed appointed Reports on the conference heldat entire stage walls with picturesque
i 1 to laureate of the
serve as poet
Ocala last month were given jungles composed of conven-
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The Past Presidents I
Parley of Fire Insurance and
Reed
club. Mrs several
gave I 1;
Mrs. tional and
tin Legion: Auxiliaries honored by Lloyd Field and Mrs. Dave creative trees flowering -

mothers of its members with ;readings WillIams. I masses, vines and growths as Kindred Lines
apn.grm .
Mrs Joel J, Robirason was -
appointed t ;
Others well crocodiles birds and
given at a meeting Vedneclav present at the meeting as rep-
chalMIft'pt! the luncheon. Mrs. E. tiles that seemed to be j
at the home of MM E. F. were: S. Caplmger Mrs.A. I enjoying 1
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WnlfilK In Miami which a > on May S Move, Mn C. D. Eaker Mrs its beauty as the nestled and J5 !N. Krome Ave. "\rn'

Mis A. L. Lnzell, department in the Floyda City Community Geo. Hanson. Mrs. J J. Richard. basked in lib banks and pussy "" 11I<
Church. Thw'electing: will be the Mrs. O. L. Showalter and !Mr willows I,1 iCe
president installed the offi-
new last held urfrU 'the first In
,., ,, Monday; I Lewis BiandenburgCO I IIother's
Members from November when the club will meet, :\ Day Program i i
Homestead' who I with Mrs. Annie Butler. |
attended were Mrs. Frank B Rue, -ED CLASS TO DONATE Is :
; The hostesses served limeade Given in Assembly!i KARefrigeration
Mrs E. J. Norman Ji. Mrs WmJ. and small cakes MONTHLY: TO CHURCH FUND J. BROWN CO.

Gernnimo iind Mss Ruth Fox. : Those present were: Mrs N. G.B.1I1. I The Co-Ed Class of the First i The seventh grade girls Miss.Smalls '. t
Baptist Church of Homestead willgive
Mrs. Annie R. Butler, Mrs. home room gave a mothers -
BOOK TEA HELD $2 50 a month for the build- Service
Buie Mrs Hollister day at Fri
Elbirt.i Sage program assembly -
AT H .IKFFILI,D IIOMF I Mrs. H M. Brown, Mrs Ben ing fund of the church the group day morning. (

.\ hook ten sponsored by the I Young, Mrs T. L. Hodges, Mrs. decided at a meeting held Tues Alice Kerh led the Bible work ElectricalContracting :

Woman- Auxiliary of St. John'|,J, A. Ricks, Mrs Grace Mi Lei- day evening at the home of Mr. and flag salute and acted as announcer -

Episcopal Church was held at the I Ian Smith, Mrs. Geo. E Deuel, and Mrs. Harry M. Brown Jr. The subject was Mother ;

home of Mrs. GLO N. Wakefield ,Mrs J. M Dobbin Mrs W. K. Miss Eleanor Sullivan was elect- and the Home." Many poems.

Thursday afternoon of last week ]Ha,is. Mrs Robinson Mrs. Reed, ed captain of a membership team tributes. seasonal songs and a CAVES BLDG. f"
The Homestead High School headed by Miss Norma GOS man "
playlet. Mother
j Mrs. Shepherd: and the hostesses Somebody ,
band played: several selections '! who resigned because she will\ be composed the program HOMESTEAD PHONE! 534M I

During the afternoon Philip Wil- away this summer The other teamis The House by the Side of the I
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MR AliUIRS.: FRANK M'lB8GI'E
8un. i .lolmist l. played several num- ,; captained by Wm. McConnell.I Road," was given by Charlotte
CLUB
DINNER FOR I d 1 1HO
At the the
"I" next meeting, class Eaton "It Takes '
; a Heap o Livln
Mr and Mrs Frank Webb
:Mrs Don Topping had charge oil I entertained will divide into groups to visit in a House to Make It Home," by'' WOULD i

collecting md selling "[ boiki I the members of the Thursday former members and prospective Kathleen Campbell: "White Carna- elt'eve it" 'I
Night Bridge Club at their :
Mull score prize winner In I IIr'o"tf !home; Wednesday evening A members tion," by Jeanette Cowan: and
bi uluc was Mrs. H O. Cronv'all: ; Those present were: Mrs. Wm "Mother 0' Mine," by Melba Collins -
high score prize vvlnnci chicken dinner was served on the T. McConnell Miss Mildred Sims The life of John Howard l 20% of New York City's sun- ha

M"" s Ah. Arthur. door prize. Mrs I IW lawn 'Miss Elizabeth Mcllwain Miss. Payne preceded the audiences light Is obscured by smoke from MI,
Mrs W. R. Bird and Julian H.Webster .
H And. rson. Mrs Frank W Lucille West, Miss Fern Robert- singing "Home Sweet chimneys and steamboat on
1. were high score prizewinners Home"I I A large cent of the world is fir
Misses Norma and Eloise per
Shllmin winner In I son
was prize While "The Old ;
Chair"
I Rocking
(':him::: : :. checkers' at bridge I Sossman. MIss Sullivan Leon | obscured it your radio is on the Uu
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. and the host was being sung six girls with "blink." Repairs may be minor. kn
tin'n fact sandwiches, sul'id I Dame McConnell baskets of red and white blos-
W. E. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I
Rheney We :
and hostess. are thoroughly reliable in repairing -
r kiv md ned tea were nerved on i
soms passed them ta the audience.
vie lawn.The 'I N Wakefield, Mr and Mrs Bevo ALL makes-Our service en
Webb. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Haus- : Mr Quamby Caldwell sang, Tell
I Isn't expensive
next meeting of the nuxil-i AD ASTRA MEMBERS Mother 111 I Be There as Jeanette co.
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ial v will be held this afternoon at man, Mr and Mrs. Lee II Lehman ATTEND GROVE CELEBRATION ,,Cowan posed the picture, "My L. C. DODD RADIO SALES kSERVICE
Mr and Mrs. Webster Mr.
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I P m it the home of 1\Ir1l. A, II.I: Members of Ad Astra Chapter I Mother" by James McNeil Whistler -
Singleton >:and :'11's. Bird Mrs T. J. Faust 0 E. S., attended the thirteenth 209 N. Krome Ave., Homestead Lt
|and Mr. and Mrs. Webb birthday celebration of Coconut I Phone 134TTTTVTTTTTTTTTryTTTTTT
Those
taking part were: Alice J
Rtl>l,,\M> IADIIS': ,MD Grove chapter in Coconut Grove I Kerh Jeanette Cowan Kathleen *

II \S QIIITIVO PARTYAn 'W. M V CIRCLES I I Friday night following a short Campbell, Rosemary Burk, Ann .

all-div quilting party "f theRedland I'1 HOLD :MAY MEETINGS I I business meeting of the chapter in II Hickson Willeta Thompson, Nath-

adies Aid of the Rcd- A quilting party will be held by I. O. O. F. hall alena Di Natale, Gladys Rossey ChA
I1 members of Circle Five of the W. attended from EXPERTBARBERING
land Community Church was held Those who Eldith Hampton Melba CollinsDorothy .
Wednesday: at the home of Mrs :1 M U. of the First Baptist Churchat stead were: Mrs. E. J. Home-I Sweeting, Jennie Bassols I J

rank Stillm n. j I'' the home of Mrs. Gordon Ivey Herbert Katz Mrs. Chas. G. Tur- I Jane Thompson, Charlotte Eaton: I Ell

Another all-diy meeting will bt'l :1 Monday it was decided at a circle ner Mrs A. W. Hutchinson Mrs. Alice White and Nelle LloYd. wrwe

held Wednesday Dray I), to finish I''i meetingednesday afternoon at Elizabeth Mondorff, Mn Lloyd I

vie qUilt. 1 1 the home of Mrs Dexter Horne. Deitz, Mrs. R. W. Mullins, Mrs.

The hostess served luncheon. '; Mrs. S. C Hurt give a missionary OeD W. Turner, Jr., Mrs. Frank I Alma Jane Lindgren Is I HAIRCUT b d
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Mrs University May Queen
Those preoentweie: Mil Thomas ''curent event at the meeting Schneider Mrs. A. R. Meybem

Brewer: Mrs II J Armstrong i Ivey conducted the devotionals Mrs. J. W. English and Mister SHAMPOO be(
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Mrs Goo E: Deutl; : Mrs J. T:I I Those present were: Mrs. H Esther and Helen Livingston, In an Impressive and beautiful I

Kelly, Mrs. A. W. January Mrs 'i Collier, Mrs A. E. Campbell Mrs ceremony last Friday evening, Miss MASSAGE ...... 40c
Anna Messt'rsnllth. Mrs C. O "
Nelson, Mrs Geo. W Turner, Jr .i and Mrs. Home SWEATERS FOR :MEMBERS: I last year of Redland High School. J

and Mrs Stillman : A missionary program was presented Kappa Phi Delta Sorority de- was crowned the tint queen of X

.(: at the meeting of Circle cided at its meeting Monday night i May of the University of Miami BUSH'SBARBER
II':MOR WOMEN TO TAI Ii' 1 Four Wednesday afternoon at the it the home Dyalto yea

TAB4RET' PLAN i 1 I 1 home of Mrs. Catherine Pickard. order navy 0:1: : with 1 I Frances Lamb, Miss Betty Jane "'

At the next social meeting: of1, Mrs Pickard read a poem. gold monograms made of the l Mevbem, Miss Betty Brown, Miss

the Junior Woman's Club of I|i''Lamplighters: ; Mrs A. D. Smith sorority Initials. I Doris Warr and Miss Dyal T

Homestead, Mrs. Lillian Connelly I(I poem "Mother"; Mrs. J. R. By- The members spent yesterday In I SHOP

will give a short talk on the an- :rum, poem 'Living Monuments: Miami where they had dinner and A program In observance of Doe

nual "cabaret" to be given In No- :;Mn Julia Polk read an article on attended the movies. I Mothers Day and Music Week gin

vember, It was announced at a Christianity Touchstone"; Mrs. Those present at the meetingwere will be given at a meeting of the It

mooting of the club Mondiy In ]R. E. Edwards read an article, ; Mrs. Ansel Barrow, Monday Music Club Monday aft- N. KROME AVE.r' .

the clubhouse \ '"Ripe Unto Harvest" sor, Miss Claudia Conner spon-I ernoon at the home of Mn J. R.

It was reported that $54 was I Those present were: : Mrs J. Mary Grace English Miss Jamie I Rutland with Mn Frank Webb ElLAAAAALAAAAAAAA

BltfijJ on .i dance held In the ,' ]Lawrence Scott Mrs T. D Plche Richards Miss Ways Horton MIES and Mrs. Rutland as hostesses ,





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Homestead High-Lights it itIt CLASSIFIED ADS 11' .1


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'AU .. 64 a line
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fwd lochs. J,.,: : win .' -ow King Cooper: School l had- Its picture
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r.lfe1'elJt i Rogue'e'Gallery
"Senior tann.Tbursda7J
Gis FOR 'SALE. Nlr
et taitlMMr
3apiott :ALLEN Mrs: The sixth trade jail played the FOR RENT piece .
'Y x I1ce.W 'y!
property GoodJ
\ imcath trad girls Monday mom
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't Ptzrlta, J+r, -: : FOR RENT-T o..Ndrocm hcust etsb Benj W. Morris registered
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.. t:39t S : : ; Ia 1SeU, Ag at t.SO. Dorothy sting, s wwumpire
.All yioev.eiinoes,.. hot 'v *er, real estate broker next to: Rapes 0
and Loll
HUM was bastUmpire
Tl't is)9e> rleaiiebt.af ; glySliaadlt. fas.ben in Centerfield Frances Foster of'theIxtb :omplrjUljf furnished.. Eve Col'. Church.; JCromt Axe. iitoone-
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1,'" .bp.gogzor3l: > J [Her JtaBMt* tm August 9, 1621 grade "Was the outstanding .liM.Mo '
family: ttlgrttcd to Homestead
is aUendfeig sZAuolJ
ibo ttt/s/ : '
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in 1928 fntitne for the 1920 player throughout the game, bothin
burr FOR RENT-Stow at M Krome WANTEO
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,trjiL.Jtir>eUog inWashirtrtes..Ll I
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( rend pitching and hitting The seventh ,J
goes folios-ing Banquet comr ; : Axe Sec Owner, Mrs Ex a Col-
-. She attended kindergarten grade won. 24 to t. REAL ESTATE WANTED
.!, _lttael were appointed 'Wednel- and | llns Modello. : Haw
: f) day by vice-president: service, entered the first grade in Redland I Three clients who want grovoWr.it .

'1, T. Godwin, Charles Connor, Lester Farm Life School She attended !FOR RENT-Apartments. Sum have you? One wants a

"-.. 'Archer; decorations, Frances school In Redljnd for 11 years but 9,000 CHEVROLETDEALERSHIPS : mer rates. Ben). ti. Morriiregistered small grove and house, another

Lamb, Elbert Dolar Robert Sykes entered Homestead high in hei real broker>> : large grove. with Income; an-
f. twelfth and will other who wants to trade
year graduatethis city
Doris Warr favors Aid AID
and : menus
June-at RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished J. K 214
'10 Betty Jane Meybem Julia Frances coming least she property Dorn Ihil1.5 -
hopes she will or unfurnished. I haw year '(Hi Arcadi Phone 2-2463.

'. Sullivan, Katherine, Lester Archer Orfanedes: invitations Virginia -- We learned that while a youngster ;,TO CAR DRIVERS 'round clients. Benjamin W. (pnl9-mlO

she Morris, registered real estate -- ---
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to put lard all over
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I1 Kinner Iris Caplinger. Biff ,
her dog with the help of some ol I broker N Krome axe, next to TUTORING WANTED high
bert West; entertainment Betty her playmates. D'U'olt.1.1.: .\ !9 New records Baptist Church (Jul6tf) school and grade school subjecti

| Brown Louise Booker, Richard I Mrs. >!. J. Armstrong A. IJ.
I Her favorite color is I'ed.IId for tourist tinel 111 the Americas

t S. a Caves The and banquet Ralph will Andrews.be held on she likes flowers, especially roses.. I lin 1940 xxeie predicted here by officials FOR SALt I Plummir Club rood drive and Country

I. Friday, May 24. I Of all the boys she prefers brunets I of the Automobile Manu
IFOR SALE-On. gobi milk -
and he liken to rIde around toting
r I in II Model A Ford. Wo wondI'Ilf : facturers Association authoritative I goat $31)) Goat milk Kit inset| LEnA INOriCESMITK

\ [ II. S. Band Attends this statement cauld have any. statistical body for the industry I bam J. DHVIS Farm life, load, F.F Al.I'I II"4TION

University Concert connection with a certain junior. I early 6000)000 Americans I t2 mile south of lUdlund clmol! Von TAX 1':11
( 4) 1"1 I,ail" r 1' IS; A.1> "f If IS
.r -.1.. who goes by that description. will be taking to the highways during pm HU N" A S9U
i Her favorite subject In bookkeeping Notice I. h"ul h. ohn, that. II 11 I I' a.on
of the band
': members en- the summer months the organization FOR SALE Troprcai plants, clt- holder "r Ntoto, on.1 ..unty r.. t' '
and she j is going to take I .. ... .
the tinal concert of the I and '1' inN loin }i. ird the Sib day I Ili
trees fruit In
believes rus tropical
olio A n IH;. ha- filedme In
t up bookkeeping after she gradu n.
""f Miami band under : season Jungle Grove, Redland .file t and h.. made application for i t.,
direction of Walter Sheaffer Unsettled conditions abroad, area l.. b* ,......1 thereon gad t.rtlfnhrara ..,.
'; n Rht" at Miami Senior I ates.For a future she wants to live combined with expanded facilities !, road and Plummet drive 110, f"II"wlni d...rr,brd DM,I,..,,.
: In the 'aunty of 1/ade. state "r t1"rd., ,.-
1fBat Mrs W. E. RhcneyAn in Texas but we see wondering. and accommodations in the great I FOR SALE-14 shoats. singly 01I wll,

r' E. J. Dyal Mrs J. W. Eng- Phyllis whether that Model A. I I national parks and other touristImecias I collectixely Fred Nobles. Home- II.Lot., Mr 21. I'11I'k. a 8"21.bdn.. .Fulfnr. Flat Kuok k, Ih s

4t isl( 1 Mrs. Jt D Barnes, BBsrrfhd Ford will make It lo Texas or nut were cited as reasons for j stead )m3-lQ I.... 0T. In the County of Dad. Hl.l.aid .
; eM't 0' t'lold..
ft C H | the statementThis The .nornoment 01 rid' proMrty .......
h tudents in their cars Elisabeth Hall has been rightly termed!' FOR SALE-Rabbits, 20c a pound. certificate ".urd wa In the some .1.1Unknown.

+f .By special request of the Home. Elizabeth Hall was born i ir, 'Travel America Year." the A. M. I' Pray Feed Store m3-17)) lnl." .laid cortifira. .hall ba r.d,...n-l 1
I A. announced. "It seems a safe rordlna 1" law the property drarrlbi
tead band Mr. Shaeffer had hisid Homestead FlorIda. December 16,
SEE AMD BUY at dcanklm Variety therein will l.. sold '0h.. hiahnt bid, r.t
play "The Whistler and His 1922. She is seventeen years of age: prediction to say that a new ill- Grove, West Florida City the Court boost door on the flat Mti

)gist by Arthur Pryor, as one of and is next to the youngest in a time high mark will be set by \'a'I day In the month.. ..f J"m.., l.40. which .
the Ford day f June. 1U4Datad "
na encores. family of four She spent hei cationists this summer. Rook I' Pan M. 1 In the City of M mlCountr this f April 1040.
'I "Next to his own Interest in the II of DaiW. l ete of Florida. alrnbrand IdthEd'B. LF.ATHERMAN.Clerk .
t Through the special efforts of youth skating and making mudpies la Certificate t>o. 11401 Th. of cheats Co..r,.
Mr. Rice and Mrs. Ashe the band with tax chU1TI.lal'jorle, trip the motorist's chief concern aaafamrtvnt of Mid property under the Dad County. Klurl.1.
I aid Carltflcala toiMd ... in the nan.. .. ..
-.members each received a complimentary Webb. |lis for his car said Ed Hedner notional ol E. A. Pr.muk.II Circuit Court 1'lip\N. C. RTERHFTT D. I'

"" ticket to this highly enjoyable She has blond hair and greeeyes I I director of service for Chevn !I 1*, Lilx-rtr Park Anindfd Plot Apr, III 16. !May S, IV. IMC )
rolet. "Once the tourist leaves hisI II Book <, Pope M, I In U City of M1.mI. +
performance and her favorite color Is Count of Dud. slaw of Florid.. .. FOR HALE fII ,
Tuesday nighf of next week pink. I I home town the service problem I embraced In Certificate No. 196cm Thtaaawmrnt We. the c.mtmitt.e ".Inlnl Poolauthority I .h, 'tHaillit \

) Howard and Her favorite actor is James Calf ( presents Itself in a new light. of...Mid, properly under the i by the First t hirrhof ",
teary Dodson West
I I 1 said (.rtlft. looted was In the some Hnm..I..d ... di-pi-. the old/ rhl> '
Carlton Sweet three outgoing ney and hr favorite actress ii, I IChexrolct owners, however need I of Unknown b"IMin" now \lo..e.d on ....... I I d
have along this line tot tt, Liberty Pork AromiM Tint street and North Krome .....u... I".".,,,
senior boys. and Philip Wilson Joan Bennett. no qualms as I Book 8. P... Ml. In tl* 1 the 1.1 Miami.. rail for ....1.... .bide ..n the ,...1 building' '' .? I
will provide the musical program Study hall Is her favorite subject \ they 'See the Americas Now: for Count of Dodo. Sla.t of florid., aannbramtln at dnoxlltd wllh the hairman .f .
Irrtlflran'tCf 13&12. The ,, not later than Itoo-NdAY. 111"
for the Lions Club. but Elizabeth admitted that t nearly 9,000 dealerships from ......10..' of said rtuurly' under thaMid 14th mitten at brut' p m al which time ..

Howard West has received aConn I there wasn't much studying foi: I coast to coast and provide expert fac- of Unknown.Mlflcata 1'1fi', ''.' In the name bide. will Th. h mnllr.<, OIHI,,'d by.r.the."..entito the rttt right''In''''.

trumpet for one of his grad her mostly sleeping She Is bet tor-trained supervised *eivice Lit 6S, Liberty fait no1'1.iI-I: accept ur relent onor .11 I Id.
Book a, Pan 66, 'ha City ; It la undo r.ta.l l that In the ". nt ,
uation gifts David Barnes has ter known as "Tony" or It> I i
mf'S .. ,
Comtr of Daila al "f Florida. alt the" | r h IH In remove the
order for a new La Croix Of all the boys she likes blonds I Chevrolet national s e r v Ice .", br..odln Cm lfir.u N.. ISH"3 The b. IMInn from: h.r; i.r .mlxx not Int r Ii I h.::,:
bent but she can stand brunetsEspecially program annually reaches more ....,.m..t .r Paid pr"i.rrle onder tho June I". and In "n .o with n.. 11.1.." ,

does Elizabeth like thos I I than 27.000 mechanics, all of whom sold. I'nkn Certificate".... issued wan in the named nr'ne uprnu lt.fr.-In I any an way see to Ithrr the seller.r thmlttranun .. Ao., ,,,

hate access to factory method I I'nlm said C.rlifi.ote.hall IrII ,.. I n.I i sots', I the holl.hnr,,:
f'S Marks Game Rtdl.md brunets and blonds. I deemed oorordlnr 'n ItIw.. ,for dr'd will '''I.n.I/ I 1" I. AWIUNl :I It
She likes all kinds uf roses. and factory appro'ectools jnid I Iue thereon on the .10 day "r May.A. ha'r,. ,
Qf Girls I equipment The standardization il D. 1940. 'I 1'
Junior
High
pccnllv pink In..s.Hl'r Date( .hll, ]"h .hv t. sit l I' 10401E. ,evnel'I r M nil.I.IMI
ambition IS to 11\ e in Fori, service that Ins been brought l' I Mill"'KM\*> I II III'II.ANI.. '
I tt about through this countr>'-\\'idetiaming r:, rte I ( i" t ,'r "rt I alo .1 .
L.t bai-eball : : ::: :: n."i
+ cry.axeatiaig game L.,udud, le We vv'ondC'hal I'"", ,'" of 11 I non ''Siva.' 110) 1 ItBIRD'S
Was played between the seventh! blond or brunet .he could wan t system IS the moton.t Ciro ult Cnirt ieah ."." I \ 1'1 "

indi rlbth".lIrade girls on Mon- I to be with her.ELEIIENT.1Rr. Insurance against any mechuuc 1
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aiyThe most outstanding players : Chevrolet dealerships in every

were Ardel Puimun Graham M1100LES count and all major islands 111 the
Betty -
Miss Ray's pupils have jus L
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western hemisphere safeguard ther
Clarice Dodson and Sue ;
Moye finished a new flower bolder foi I tourists travel pleasure. In our
Clarice; Dodson knocked the
the room. Phcm Rose Alfonso>>
only home I neighbor nation Mexico. for ex-
run of the game in the from school be Indorsed
has withdrawn
first inning Portrait pushed a ; i ample, ire 39 Chevrolet service
cause of illness Miss Ray's roort 1 half
well
three as as some a
bagger and 1
Graham
Betty
had election of new officers' '
an I
hundred General Motors servicestations !
knocked
d two bagger. and committees for its Citizenship Canada has 425 1
headquarters
Mary MIStretta I
coached the seventh Club. Chevrolet dealerships plus another USED CARS i
grade and
Miss Bixler girls
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Mrs. Dyes room the fourth
coach Cached 200 G M stations where Chevro

TI' the eighth garde Is studying fourth plat e let service may be obtained. uur used cars always: represent good value but the
nth 10-9.
grade won by
multiplication Her room mad choice and xve recommend
: Virtually every South American ones listed below are unusually i,

May baskets Wednesday, fillec country affords Chevrolet any one of them for your consideration.I

Ua'!rue Presents Career them with wild flowers and pre. service from the Culanas all the

rented them to their friends i .................................... It......
Bj-iK to Schoo LibraryThe war down to the soutlimost tip
David Friedricks was out o:I of Argentina Likcxv such rt-

school because of !Illness Mrs.
Young Peoples Service sort spots as Cuba Jaialca, Haiti,

League of St (Johns Episcopal Fifield's room von the dollar foi r the Dominican republic and other 19)7: PONTIAC DOOR TOURING SEDAN
selling: the most tickets to thi.a
Church has given to the library' I Junior play. islands offer such facilitie -radio ; new paint ; car in excellent ton-
a
new
book "Career for Men:
Mrs Bird Mrs. Fifield and Mrs 1
Each career explained was written e; 5:30: o'clock B urday ftei'noi'n at t dition.
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Wynn took 'heir lasses) to s ei l
by an expert in that line of ; the home o .'resid El ard
Ho 'nson Thursdaj
Swiss Family
woiihe night Each cla'a in the N'ex:1 Conrail i will apes .f _Jf _.ties
library has purchased a new 193 P0% riAC DOOR TOURING SEDAN

book. "Nature Er -jdopedia:' LEGAL ;\ I ) flC6JI'oOfl :-' I

edited by G. Clyde Fisl er A new 1 Florida State Coll (c ( E or AP' .1 10.: K -radio; excellent rondition.

World Almanac for 1540 also has Graduation Set slay 2j]f Fat'
been acquired. N.. 4w .
N. Ii hereby B" t W l. ora
Tallahassee vlay r The -cnv. holder .. MnnTift al of Mn r< I
CrrllfiratM Numbered IKm 1I4I I.
GODH1V IS ELECTED ich will b t .
men cement program 19(00 19(12 an 13121 >] the .tb d
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J. T Godwin was re-elected climaxed w'h exer. 's Mondaj, of July. A D. KI2, 1 n- <' 0 It TOURING
'first. D 0
cat" 41 III' r1. atson 19'17 PLYMOUTH I.
president of the student body of morning Ma27. vxiti pre nto* eta rd t t' .'an : ,

H. H S for the 1940-41 school tion of diploriw "a' v ord-.nra with law. I C. Id' brae ha foil"win* :rtbvd propertyutwl
year Fred Fuchs, Jr, was elected 158 ndidaf > anr. .' < In Ibis l Co F...".... ...-.'t
vlce-pre.ldent 't &...t. wlh r f k AmaniM. Plat .I
Florida t 'e Ccgj :r .
the Book 4. ... 'I. I In k. r ",.. .
Women Counts at ,.... EM ol ja aa
The seven *i .d* art class has John Temole Graves flavors_ ..nibnl In fondle, ".. .0. TheW"
finished .. .Nnt .r roper'y der the PRESTON B. BIR i i MOTOR CO.
dab :o pointing and paperman, author and lecturer o P CenUir.u ..d wes In he Game

Portrait dray ", g, nd will soon begin Birmingham, will be the com : Unknown. .
Lot II, fans, ,..It AP Ir*. Plot
match Mick painting with black mcncement speaker The Most Rev'. Booh I. Peso U. In UK CIV ,d aluiaU South K-oine Ave. Phone 18
ink. of the dialeese C".I' ..... state "f Florida ..
Patrick Barry, bishop atnbra d IB rtlflcata No. I..... Ta
of SL Augustine will dclive r Ma...mnit of rid l p.9D rty soda the OPPOSITE TAG AGENCYr.
For results use Leader- the baccalaurate address.An mid (;tortlll...* i.ii ,l was !. the name
oI a. A. Prom nk, .=.1I
Enterprise Classified Ads at-home from 4 o'clock unU il Lot 11. Ubartj' Park Aa .adt4. Plat


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Twelve*. THE. LEADEIi.ENTE1ZPRISFL;. Friday May'10, 1-

t cape with his life, he gives up his l
STARS WITH CANTOR chance rather than leave her To I" ,.I ( .; :
I reveal further details of the plot
here would detract from the ten-
der beauty of the story as it a
unfolded on the screen. I,I 1RRLiN'I!

TIEMR---HONORED-

Vernon Turner son of Mr and
Mrs George Turner, Jr. of Homestead
\ hat been named the teason'.
I outstanding intramural player at
Stetson University, DeLand, where Factory .
R I I he is member of the freshman SU' G7IR 25c
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i law ,'K,_ Mi Turner was select 1 Packed r
led, by ( ir: (Do I Johnson ,lire -
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:Monitor Ecl-Hctk N. B. Co.'s BulkBrown
Ht \m 11 punts '01
I athlete., in"\\i ", 12 for portmai' Tomato I
mil' mt! new, f'l. ','h,"laishlp He SYRUP GrahamCrackers Sugar
I KETCHUP
u 5 ln'.entcrt ", ,tlt I Iettel\ s
.f.fIt1IJ : 11-07. bottle ','-gal. can ,I Ibs.

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< Ih"IIIII" the lustrous .Inr of "WuthUIIIK I SALMON STEAKS
Heights and Com CUT FROM: HEAVY WESTERN 3
Brent
go BERT WALTON .
Full flavor LB
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115" "(','kl"," hero of Fighting Iddi u25c
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fJlllh' Directed by Edmund Gould Laugh t and n Favorite Son 4Jc 1
Direst from llroadwav .
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I rut iiiUudcs Pat OBnen. Geraldine ON Tilt SCREEN = No sand-no grit Ready 2Pi CREAM CHEESE, 2 pkgs. 1 IDC
Fitzgerald. Flinnle Barnes nnd = to cook-iervei 4, -
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i""":nint romantic tale of i man Merle Oberon CM

.ml,". 1norrow.1 woman, for und whom audiences time whoIl.nr w.isi Pat O'BrienJu; = ASPARAGUS COD FILLETS TIPS.,pk ib*. 28c 3gc Marshmallows, 1-lb. pkg. 15C i

I imuiwtd the Him in Holly -
',i".111. l have hailed Miss Oberon und -: -
llient as the Ideal l love team to "TIL WE MEET SMARTY
I Is rti.n' the dramatic pair Set I 'FRlinrooo.\ DOG FOOD 6 25cl
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"it e Cory tells' of the shipbouidl I Demonstration Any Brand S
l : ,affair between Monday thru Wednesday
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I n \ tint she has but a ==
o, '/nth to live und n man who cl i MAY 11-14-15 ArmsCOFFEE M I IL K
,i h. .it.. I ought i buck to San Quen- Eddie Cantor 1 Pts. Qts. |
it" pay i the death penalty Each
it ,aril I, Ins secret jealously, wish i! -In- (all kinds)
23c 35c 3 19clFRVNKIIN'S
1 I.i- 11 'pare the other pain 25c cans
I knowledge! of their Impend, FORTY LITTLE ?. -
d""m I makes their brief III.\[ .
i ',ailltr doubly precious, nrl! II MOTHERS"Toke _
ugh he finds ,i imiins" ti> . . = Broilerszr
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ueaawork.Theft's a right style and a trranj style la painting .u. Isal X SOAP
just as there I Is In furniture or clothes

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SERVICE maker available to you a national survey of new
and newly decorated hornet Indicating clearly the trend of LETTUCE THE BEAUTY S'\p OF LOVELY SCREEN STARS
food style and food U. .. This survey was mad by the
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you how to get better style and better appearance la whatever e
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