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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 17, 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: UF00087294:00279
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVIII-NO. 20 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 17. IMP PRICE FIVE CENTS




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: Local Legion Auxiliary Will Sell $1,100:000; AQUEDUCT MAY GET

I I Poppies in Area at May 28 Election


j The annual Popply Day when' (sen ire durirg the World WuMi "
GAMES START little red replica of the lower o!f:[ "<. Sheffield said "Wt' of the WATER FROM I HIGH PRESSURE
'Flanders Field will be old to aid ; luxiluirv hope that e'pl'nllo' in
I disabled war veteran. their fam- I the Redland Distnrt' will, und<'i '
lliei and families n( dead heroes stand the poppy's significance and
PUMPS AT MUNICIPAL PLANT
HERE TONIGHTTeams I will be conducted in tie Rcdlind wear one with pride on May 28
District on second primary day "Poppy Day is a day of gratitude.
I' May 28, by the auxiliary of John giving each of us a chance to short
G. Salley Post American Legion. our appreciatIOn of service it is !I'I
to Play Three Preparations lor the observance a day when we. In a small measure 1 Holland Headquarter r Need of
Times a Week on 1940 I have been completed by the auxiliary can YI our debt to the boys I II I, Opens Near City () and
Schedule under the leadership of Mrs. who fought in the World I War,'

Harold Sheffield general chair- I said Mrs Lamar Kendrick, president Homestead\ hi'.,idqu..i \tern i
man. of the auxiliiry i "Twentytwo L Holland, I ; ;
FIRST HALF LASTS Spessard : : ) AS
Members of the auxiliary will yean ago the war ended and fur UK second
THROUGH JULY 10 sell the flowers at all polling places none of us who knew it can for- mary governor were opened in today I ; : :.\SUKK
in the Redland District I from Pel get it. Those who survived with- old Tropical Cafe building,
Brookerand Home Clashin no Florida City during election out injury will hear its thunder the city hall I ) West
iday.'The always I their minds forever on fire Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, is '
in I iIIinl
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Opener City I I little red poppy worn above with the din of guns the screams I .
Field, 8 P. M our hearts is the truest symbol of of the wounded and. dving charge I
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I our remembrance for those who I "But there are those to whom
The first game on the half] -sen- gave then In is in I the nations I the tragedy Is more vivid still To GRAHAM and i s's.+. .
ton schedule of the Homestead them it will return with each rising .il |I"''t ''i -
Diamondball Association will get i I sun They have been mustereduut of rut i i'u
under way tonight when teams of $500 SET AS GOAL of the service but God alone ADDRESS ( nom.
Brooker Lumber Company and W I inn muster them out of their dilh Wt .I too,
D. Horne Company will clash it (Continued on Page Fate) 'SATURDAY, 1 uppi' iv d .1
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the municipal ball park. : HOMESTEAD : I plnl'| ", I inI
Perrine furnishes the third team I'aintinjfs by Woolen I I pain fo, n/,-

in the league Games have been RED CROSS DRIVE Exhibited: at Beach i I State S.'lJ.llor I tints R l I 1
scheduled for each Monday Wednesday I III
and Friday night until I exhlbltl-- byl I' ham. who is a candidate I, pl.II,1 i
July] 10, when the schedule for the ;-; I An paintings nomination in the second : : pl'r"II"
Homestead citi/ens ire expected
second hall of the will be j Clarence Woolen instructor of the I| ,. .
season i to contribute $500 as their part In Homestead May 28, will speak In Legion HI I"
art was placed
mapped out. group ''at I I iloi'. t tI' ,"
the national drive of the AmericanRed 8 o'clock tomorrow night
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In Collins Memorial Library '
The 1940 championship team will : in 'I II' dii I, t
( Cross for $10000000 to aid ; I I The candidate iqi"
Miami Beach lust Saturday and it announces
be "little world
determined(Continued by on Page a Five) !non-combntant countries.sufferers In war- will remain through Sunday. May j''I'i will explain how the old MRS I 'I ..(0"11"Fi\ i t t.
torn European |
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The local drive started Wedneiijdiv The I bbl.lI 'if nt T\\'nt\-fll-.t the money will come from I I II
F. F. A. Plan BarbecueTo and will close tomorrow. The direst .unit C',,11111' ""'nu<' he will distuasvjther state bl '
Raise Funds For ,committee in charge is composedof I Sellulor Gi:ih.mi threw Ins ", VlfE
Trip to State :Meet Mrs E. J. Dyal. Mrs A.V.. upport I'oll.1I'd repeal of the .
Hutchinson and Mayor Tom H.irris. AVERAGE LIME t..ix and passage of ill .... I Id
The Homestead F u t u i' e Mrs Dval], the chairman, s ud (' school legislation, during I
Farmers of America will holda that persons who are not con- SEEN fist period of service. From
MOVEMENT
barbecue at Odd Fellows tacted by members of the committee to 1913 hi v. is ri number of )

hall from 5 p. m. to t p. m. tomorrow may leave donations at hot : state : aYtll'; ;: : : ;i: i
Proceeds will be usedto home on N. E. Eighth! street FOR LOCAL AREA : Was: I largely sub-subEliminate!
help defray expenses of In appealing for n generous response tint the concrete highway t I I 1,.
local F F. A. competitors to in the drive, Mayor Harris Miami to Homestead was "l Is I ,
the state tournament at said that it is the duty of all hu- With the lime md avocado season structed I I I..: 0
Gainesville May 28-30. mane persons to help the real sufferers / Senator Graham has flll.,1. ,'
due to start about July IS,
Those who will inn1' the In modern war. the innocent H farm and dairy eight' miles 27-\. 0 ""t I
trip will be J. T. God "a. en- women and children who areI local p. '1e's are expecting the I i| west of Hialeah for the Moo i
tered in the public ',,. .king I the target of bombs falling on their average easonal movement of i years He served 22 months utittt "..I I
contest, the parliamentary homes about 1'>..000 bushels of limes and army during the World War 11I0'i ""'v
procedure team the diamondball I "We must do ill, we can to relieve about i per cent of the usual I was honorably discharged! i HI l'1 1 01 I

team and the quartet their suffering," be said moverr. of avocados from the and the rank has four of capUiin children.He is this '''0'

Redlan District, it was said
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The ,do cut down '' mill It
? crop was
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Ballot of Second Primary May 28 weather oft I
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On I 01,1- ,
by! the 'nnuaiy freeze, which on1 I T -- <' I Mush I i
the oth hand affected the lime' Vista MX. Mill' .! R.r I I
A small slate, in contrast to the I liams; yield, i it slightly. Most of the I May 10 93\8: 29.95; ] '
lengthy list of candidates that made For circuit judge Group Three- ,avocado n be marketed are of the'flay 11 90 61 29,91 huitlor I, .
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Geo. E. McCaskill and 1 12 83 63 I u"
hal Jy' Indian type, of which May
7, long I .
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the first primary May .
Trammell.! 79 50 3013! hy I
the Wai'tins and Trsppes are varieties I May 13
drawn-out tedious affair, will be I For judge civil court WorthY'I\Y'I .V few boxes of early limes May 14 81 61 30131 termf
presented voters at the second primary Norman Hendry and have h."en shipped through local i j May 15 83 61 3010! ; PIUS bt J
May 28. sjey parking houses du,.ng the past May 18 61 3009 ( Fhi) ..
The run-off list of candidates For attorney g >' ..,- Edwarc week.
.11 total about one eighth the R. Bentley and J' m WaUon The potato season practically is j
Local F. F. A. '
umber which appeared on Jhet For state treasurer-J. Edwin I II :,i an end, with nly a cotnparaively 'I
<-,t primary ballot They are as Larson and W. M. Wainwright. f-w r "hols' from small After 11r:"'
follows. : I Several of the races were close growers lovint northward. The
For United States senator with the outcome in doubt until season, v. ilch generally starts in
Charles O. Andrews and Jerry W official I returns were InB January and erl.l,nue through The Homestead Future ..."iun,hip'
Carter.For I C Chronister,, local precinct March, saw Plow approximately of America were victorious 'I toe rll-
governor-Spessard Holland 800 car' ads ped, Usually scheduled events of the sixth :'
and Francis P Whitehair. I I com-ing there are about ,ow; carloads sent, trict elimination tournament proe-etl r
For state senator Ernest R, ducted within i the prescribed northward. Shippers said prices at Fort Lauderdale Monday.J. e Jim. -<\-
Graham and William J. Pruitt. period, from 8 o'clock In the morning for this year's potatos had a wide T. Godwin a nember of ,il. For legislature, Group Two-I! until sundown, because of the range, with a top price of 12.09 junior class of Homestead .., group
Thomas B. Everhart and Marshall short list of eanddatet and be- per bushel School, won first place In the parliamen
Wiseheart ,cause the voters are now better Potatoes shipped by railroad lic speaking contest. In i iF. of Carl
For circuit .-',e, Group One-,, acquainted '. the voting ma- totaled 507 carloads, while the remainder A. members from Stuart Barney
Roscoe Brunstetter and Boss Wil-I I chines were shipped by truck. i[Pahokee also participated. His Fly11t /
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p : LEADER-E TERPRISE Fridav. \fav 17. 1940

type ., obtainable ,n the following All applicants for ,pc, ,u certuV
PATROL RETURNS i "The Indian Lady" Will Come Here fields art commercIal subjects, cates must file in the ,iff,CD! of the

elementary school course English, state department of education. Tallahassee
FROM SECOND j Tuesday Under Sponsorship of Club industrial arts, languages other an examination applies'.
than English. mathematics music, I I tion at least one month prior toI .
1 1"tr.dldn Lady. Inez Bar Boston v. ith the degree of B L. 1..1 :science, and social studies I I I the date of the examination.

TRIP TOJAP1TALOn nnfton 'K 11 present a program, he spent two years studying languages : ;
and singing In the great
entitled Our Indians of Today"at I
\ capitals of Europe Upon her return I
/ swell tnp the Vr.a King Cooper Schooli to the United States. Una i .
; Thus Harry Pierce. cap : Tuesday evening at 8 clock unI Harrington I began her exhaustive' Keep South Florida .

ef the Homestead High School:I I der the sponsorship of the Homestead study of the American Indian
safety patrol described the trip to: Businese and Professional The Indian Lady has lived the I
t Washington, 0 C, from which bead ,.
1 Vromeai Club We of an Indian among 41 different Politics Clean
I hu men" and Patrolman J I. ,
t : The program will consist of col- American tribes. To accomplish --
Coker returned at 4 o'clock Wed 'ored pictures instruction in the this she devoted an independent I

fieasky morning sign Uoguage IndIan songs, true ,, fortune and fire years I
At the capital, the boys attended I I''stories, Indian dances and an ex- without salary During those yean I I .t.
the national convention/ of the i hibit of Indian garments Jewelry she carefully recorded the I r
, American Automobile Association, and implements legends :and histories, studied their, ; II'' 'S '1A
\ marched in a pared with II000cth 1 Miss Bamngtnn !is nternattonal- songs and dances and learned to
I r boys from all over tie eluted, ly known is an :authority on the understand '!heir vivj of life.
' Stares. rubbed jh"uld.-.s with twosenators 1 I American Indian She f 6 +(
has Lit
led a The lie, Ind an :; was given i .i,
and did' all tae sigh to 1-ared and exc: .t ng I Life After :,) her ,>,. the hum':'lds of thou-
, i po" sble. graduating from Emerson College. mdi ')f 'children who u. e heard
It ut"mobile association convention La-14 Rites ife if the American Indian of today -
ConductedFor
for the patrol. Last May the boys through jn illustrated travel
r. starched In the parade and received W. 31. CampbellFuneral talk. V.,ju follow with her the
a trophy for having traveled the trails she has made from the
,. greatest distance from their hornet services for Willette Maine woods to the deserts of the a
This year the Key West safety Well Campbell. TO retired civil southwest: from the frozen Canadian i
patrol marched in the parade and"named engineer lawyer and contractor, 'forth to Iowa ;and Vebnuka: I
out" the local boys for the who died Tuesday afternoon at the from the Pacific Vorthwent to the i
trophy. I I residence of his son-In-law and Everglades if Flor'da and to the I
The Homestead! patrol boys made daughter Ur and Mrs A. E. Paul Carolina mountains I II i
the trip to and from Washington on X. E Thirteenth street were I This program: has been built to j
In their own bus The membersleft I held at 10 30 clock yesterday give authentic, first unit reformation
early In the morning of May 'morning In Miami. on the life jf the .Vrtcr!can. j-
? and arrived at the capital at It | The Rev J. E. Johcstone, pas- I Indian to students and teachers i jA(
m. May 1 During their stay I Itor of the First Baptist Church of

>n the capital they were guests at I'Homestead af'iclated Burial was : Teachers Examinations ; Vote for .
the Blackstone Hotel. in WoocUawn Park Cemetery '
On the morning after their ar- :\lIamlI Scheduled for July 3. 6

ri al I. they sought an audience with Mr Campbell who dead follow- 5
Senators Claude Pepper and ing a lingering illness. came to i I Tallahasvee May 19 S a w s
Cl arles O Andrew The senators Homestead a year ago A native Superintendent Colin English In- L. Holland '
were busy with official business of Elberton Ga he went to Pen. nounced that the that -eguatenchen Spessard
and unable to receive the boys tacola m 19 U pad moved Miami: examination under tie
H,. vrr Fred Sykes. secretary if in 1925 He. '*a S a graduate new Florida school laws and ,-"ijulaOons t
'f'n.1'ur Andre i. escorted them ana ofmt 'V Itary: Academy will oe held an July i and
s'lt-ieemg tour through the and of :Ver erMB er,1'v Hf 'vat 4 in the Bounty Mata if nine ounles -
i,.p 'oj' and the h di*'al Bureau of a ,an '.t' it p'erln ClIne"II... Miami, JciLluon- For
Ie e'I'.dtun 'u' 1 1.'About J. '4- : 'hi F nr B..pt.st "!Ile. Tampu Fin Myen Talla- ;
the -... '4 spanl.'B" tau-e. Fort Pierce Del.uId and
..t 'n the f j' d..,jt i 1lmpoel ,, r DeFunuJc Springs
I .'t 'I';' ..* 'hi I.:, .A E -.' Tie present law provides that
I Wt .,' 1 \1|,.. Walsh ot H.:>m.o.1 J \t( ,.. j' 'X vu at 1'1." 'neeM .f jpi,'!',rj 'I"j iu't "'tf Governor
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'art.** Sunday T"Trolman '". rJa9
Colter n' tVlIf
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j .. ;"' nit Illness e .*pa< '-e E LLLt Frigldoir! war offered ,\.ro sac reset littto a "'0 iff!mLOpoir '-
\. '. Francis W Pr.ndle f.o.a I e Frig.lairs fui-Actik. 'ipe 0 Jd Coat '.
'", .I Rue 'he K survived : FM/cmuk. ..;Je ttactt WetefUjct r_. '
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t..re.lee .daughters, :lot",. Mildred -1 o All .
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bag Trays tx a Fatckiaa.e rI' Safe mt.e .
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Pr'ndk bothmforw, Conr Attoa.ne Kes-t ma quick ....rme"c oft jot ks espeaae oft_.edu owcfeuisav
;..' D-r rr.-am-, J ffl WON 10 114014 hulk, tOo f .
and a son. Patine of : 11- Rails .,4 1.a.4 ley Gta.aI
more! Terms Troaaed c:... aid s.-rage TM MotonuSEI
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: : May 17 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pane Three


: TRUCK CAREENS Loll Memorial Trophy I REDLAND II. II. S. Burial or Mrs. Gram; Gulf Station Taken} rater

Won ll>. SophomoresThe I To lie in Minneapolis Ii>. I Ut'Iil'1I and Sullii an

; INTO CANAL BOAT SET JUNE 2 FORBACCALAUREATE Carl Deden Ji md tit. 1 sliv ....
1 ,1 The hods "f Mi'*. Antoinette \V
W D Lolt memorial trophyawarded .in took over the Gulf S \ I, ,- t
Grain/ 86 if W. Plummer drl'e.nC.1I .
annually to the Station at Kiome .IVCIHU ..ne i :N ;
CAPTAIN DROWNS winning Kiome jvenue, who died ,
1 '' W fifth street May 1. and are
R team in the inter-class basketball ]I Itoul'nanwnt Monday at the University hospital'In operating: : it under' the; Dam., ifDedin
of Homestead High Miami was to be taken to '
: and Sullivan They bought
: Clarence WWttfield (Carroll !54. School, was won by the sophomoreclass Exerciser for the Redland and !Minneapolis. Minn, today for out OITIII Smith.
I, Charter boat captain and operatorOf \\ednesdtiy The sophomores Homestead graduating classes I burial A son Clarence N. Gram i i Mr. Dcdcn Is a member of .i

n fishing camp at Pelican Roost.:defeated the juniors by a score of will begin on May 27, when Homestead I of body Redland Turner will Funeral accompany Home had the I prominent Homestead fumilv Mi
near Card Sound bridge wa.I. of Police Chief OII ,
will hold class day in the Sullivan a son
:26 to 9 to annex the charge of arrangements ,
drowned when the pick-up truck cup. Neva King i Cooper School auditorium Sullivan has had four >t.m'
he was drl\ Ing careened off the A double elimination systemwas it 8:30 p m i I Mrs. Gram was a native of Minnesota -I experience in service' station "pi'11- ,
Oversee Highway five miles southof used in the tournament Seven Redland seniors will hold class I I She had been a winter tlon. I IiI'
Homestead at noon Tuesday. games were played before the I visitor to Redland for six years
day exercises on Wednesday May I ..
Earl' ) Knoules of I.ilnrnorada winner could be decided Under and two years ago became a per
29, In their school auditorium. :
I. who vn dais ntg in automobile n the system, a team must be beatentwice I I manent resident. f
shot I distance behind the truck before Ht can be eliminated I The Rev Goo II Ricks: of theHomestead 1 I Besides Clarence N. Gram. Mr
when the accident occurred told from the play. Players on the Presbyterian I Church ', Grain Is survived by another son i Tropical Cafe
Constable J M. Scarborough the championship team were James will preach the bacciliurc11 ,k'''I' H Ci ..m. also of Rl'd1and I
tru 1 I. \v is going! lit n Uoci"I'"IC ratio Sullivan Ralph Delllnger CharlesRibcitson I mon to the Redland .u..'-i. iii;: two sisters' Mr<, Join Rll'b.I', I 1- "
I. of 'i>nd when it suddenly ".ktctI D. L Bow en and Elmer 'I June 2. In the Redland auditorium '' and MiHuld.. Rut "" r.d: b.1! "f Now 1.0r.\TEH
ded off' the load Kn > \l 1(', idBCVCI Mirtin i Sirs leI'S111 begin ,it 11 .t m, M Itt'.uiku':: ,I ,;nandin.I.! : ": I AT TIM:
..I other motorist pulled! A single ilimnuti intu-clissbiibT.ll I The RcT t: .lan-rata: ".ftFi t' (;1.1111 ill 01, ..I ....1.i.1 .l.?' :, 1 I :
n\ ,\:XS lIon sr.: i
I the truck Chuth I it'll !I.
Carroll! from beneath l) tournament started: yesterday st Rpt |1" c" Grant i
which' had trapped him in thin afternoon In the first tin b.II'CoIi..Ull'.1tl', sermon to t'u I

I I feet of w.itei The \'IctllnI t- round the JUnior, weiepaned with Homestead -l'I11U1' on June J ,il5pm o'c il totit .11 t nil' c.tilde I 1 ,. ,IK, t One Illork South nf
rushed to the Pout Graduate hospital the seniors and the second : Krome'rl4lir Traffic ,
in round land 'c tioi \" 'II i i '" i
I in Homestead in a Turner the freshmen and sophomores were Graduation exercises for i Homestead d.phll11.-, on Him :5 .It H i i I' n'd'l IlKht on S. Krome \ve c
Funeral Home ambulance opponent.. will| be held on June 4 al 8 tin. school auditorium 'I., J
Herbert W. Turner administered .
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Virginia.n Mr.hour Carroll without street who success Coconut lived at Grove 3123 j'' Scientific tests against 14 leading

was on his way from Homestead
io Pelican Roost with a load of 1
supplies when the accident oc- ,

cured He was a native of Long 'vxtoa-pkieed gasolines prove
Island, British West Indies, and i

tame, to Coconut Grove eight years I Itlllo iI

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: Surviving him are: his wife Mr,
Lillian E Carroll; five daughters. I
Mrs Pearl Cummings, Mrs Barbara 'I

.:Taylor Mrs. Lillian Knowles'and I
Mrs Lois O. Johnson all of
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Coconut Grove and Mrs. Emma i I
Cartwright of Wert Palm Beach: I
a son Carl Carroll of Coral Gables: I r.
two sisters Mrs Caroline Carroll''
and Mrs CarmcliUi Carroll. both
of Long Island Bi ish West Indies i
and a biothei William Carroll of

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BY STRAW POLL


Oilindo Fla. May 18,-A statewide -
straw poll for the mn alf
primary is being conducted bv the
A. P Phillips Company national I IA IS
advertising agency it was announced -
Wednesday
According to A P Phillip. Jr ,
president of the stat; .IROIICwit. '.
headquarters in Orl indo, twenty
I
thousand single post curds ,ic. III !
be mailed and distributed in mil
of the 67 counties iI i
In the first primary a simil i I
+ poll was held and over twtntv-five
per cent of the card out wert- I I Ir
checked and returned This. high o/
response was considered phenomenal here's how users j

by Mr Phillips who pointed And voted THIS SPRING. *
out that ten pe cent return b\ nationally extra-priced gasolines medium and high speeds, were completed March
recognized poll agents IS a
high average.The qualities 27 by Pittsburgh Testing LaboraioiU Regardless
I other
final tabulation of the bnl- )I last fall on the of tpMd Nu-Blue Sunoco was unsurpassed in8lue

lots closely followed the actual Sunoco mils per gallon by any of the 14 extra-priced ga -
results at the polls The count of.-Nu-
"r showed SptKSiird Holland of Bar- olla. tested; and .IDce U sells at togvlaf gas

tow would lead the field with the price,Nu-BIu Sunoco gar more miles per dollar.gasoline .
runner-up In closely the same order tHE QUESTION
as the official vote In the compare with the

senate race the Phillips poll gave How dos this new wiing In- LAST FALL t
ban !
a long lead to C O Andrews of I I gotollnn you have an independent research :
premium
Orlando with Jerry Carter of organization asked 1475 premium gas user InS

Tallahassee in second pUicc At I 91.2%lad 14 cities to test Nu-Blue Sunoco and-
majority of the cards also indicated kl Performance
Knot es |
a preference for .i third term IMnGMai U.M. stl.ntl
for Franklin Roosevelt. A640"? low' 9 out of 10 said Nil-Blue SunocoAcceleration

The run-off poll will include in 937 % .
w
addition to the governor and senate I
contest a test of the attorney gen- Pick-up. .. ...."
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hills |Hri .
Power, IS,* on I

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NEWT. G. BALL 90.3 %..w.

NOTARY PUBLIC as..IeII.. road

In performancero

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SIN ARCHER rrnM.nl end Editor The fsllowlnf IMm art !.*.. ....
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MAIJOJIII LEACH ARTIER } I......... established. M.r ||. lilt
{ .. the 8..lh Florida H.nn.r
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stead header.

UMCmiTIOM IUTRItutr May IS, 192.
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Ont.ldn of DU. c..... .__ ._ '|1.M -'On Sunday, May 16 will bet

h commencement exercise .
Service open at 11 a m. All
Huge sorted Building churches In both Homestead and .

Dreatlnaughts Florida City will be closed in suf.

ficlent time to allow all to get
Reputedly reliable Information
there in good time. Dr. R. N Merrill
that
Japan has
secretly l built, It.njtv .
pastor of the White Temple
to
a five to four
superior
Miami, will preach the baccalaureate
olfir -
tin United States. ut least in
sermon, and will be assisted
Capital ships may cause this country .
in the exercise the
by
pupil and
l 10
put shipyards handling .
gov .,
ernml'nt contracts on tvvent> .lour ",. faculty. On Monday night at 8 p.
m the eighth grade graduation exercises .
haul
shifts. m an effort to re-st.iL
litih American will be held The high
naval 44fOAV
the P. LIic ocean. The supremacy information in school will have it* Inning Thursday .
fJ
night when a good-sized class
i reported in a copyright articleIn
will be presented diplomas "
the
New York Times by Leland

C Spcers. Indicates that Japan iJJI "HE. Conner il the papa ofa ,
may li live from eight to twelvt brand new girl who tipped the ;

dreudnaughts of the 40.QUO to 45,. scale] at 8U; pounds. The little
1100 lute class nearing completion 40 miss arrived on Tuesday morning 1

If this. I is true it is possible that I ''I 1

Japan will loon possess a battle-I q -"Dr, Stork presented W C. '.
line 100000 tons heavier than the Hill of Black Point with a girl on
United States. While It was known I .7 Thursday"

tint three or four of these huge -"W. J. Tweedell returned last :

druuliilughts were almost completed rA week from Tallahassee where he I
I the news of an additional had gone to get six trucks which
font, I I..
eight such ships tame .I s :i were given to Dade County by the

cllln"Il'8Urprl8e.. state road department ."
( '''''llIlglh knoll'n rlllll die.Iil- -. -"Robert Hobson has reenlisted

te' nil's", 's. the t tonnage "f th,' 1\\ ? m the army word having been .
.
I 11 ,HI/, 'boos' I is almost, HIt'II'I| ,< |
4:m !i IIII tuna for the 1 1I I'niled" 1, f "The Homestead Grower' A- J

mill I 'J/I.U70/ ( for J.ip.,i" I II ,. d u""llOn is packing sixteen cars' 1lOr

I 1"",, see bused III i 1 lice' "I",I III 1(1lper..Ufor( Doc PillllJp| at

folio .troll. \\'OUI"1(1I1( .I ''I'i' ,II III ; II. NIIl'unja."
think' ,,1I1l'' mix)"I",,li' l h""d', I .1 I 0,11 1 --"Ralph Moon and f im"l\ 1 left

0'.11 I II Inns, ;10," Saturday for California IlPl'lt y I

I Ian< I Rioted) Stiles nose I h.I' \11I' they will 1!. visit Mrs. Moon i I't'

dot Cots .
instiuition "i' "llt"I\1I, l lei
0"1(11( vlnps to blest its b"lIh' WINTER 1HV ;\ FLA. claim the distinction inches in diameter and "iO feet in heirht: Its foliage -"Mrs. John Graves fell one

Jim tnuKth to 738.OOU Ions, but having one of the Urgent packing houses in is of u striking dark green: which pro tucea a day this week in front of the Mas- .

oil' (1000: tons of this, or twoships the worlds known as the Usenet Villa. This gigantic beautiful combination when laden with the conspicuous teria in Homestead badly sprainIng -
III the 35OOU ton clan' well pfea king house meesgyes 208 by 80S feet on red berries her arm and wrist ." (Flor-

bt imiuloned before 1942. This I Iprogi the malirlloor. In addition to this there art two THE FISH CROW feeds on all forms of marine ida City.)

,, m includes two dreadniughts : neiianfne floor, and a large orange jute frwi- lift, both dead and alive. Contrary to genera 1 May 20. 1920>>

In the 40000 to 49000 : Inc plant. opinion it does far more good than harm by destroying -
tin class and six In the 39,OUO -"Olivia. David and Charles
i called "Hol Innumerable Insect It
formerly
lI'oP1l.TREE, pests. frequent.the
II .s admitted that the Japan1ew THE Barnes and Mri Emma Barnes left
Tree aj a lylmbol of the crown brackish and wit water of Florida and it occasionally
.sec' Increasing their .II'en.tl1ln via the flivver route on Monday
mn ,11 carrier. cruisers. deitruy of thorn In age past. The Florida Holly I I. an found inland for Selrna. Ala.. for a visit." '

. 11,1, I lubmarlnei The number evergreen pyramidal tree sad seldom exceeds 12 -'T. J Phillips of Homestead "

u f 111111.I I under construction in |I' has purchased the E. D. Taylor

those, ,goriei js) not known 10 l li 'i "YYnYTYYY.YYYYn', Injustice and In the promotion of I: ..........."......,....""....?"?".".......,.................. store on Krome avenue. .
n 'tulle have the JupenM guard ,
-"Born to W R Goodmg Thurs-
i'd I 'Ili, I secret | CURRENT peace among a men e i Children in Court day a week n boy at their home at

N." a experts admit that (test test' Florida City."Chesley."
01 i""lid Ing these ships uithvut'' COMMENTBy One Is almost led to believe as By Judge Malcolm Hatfldd Saunders Is all swelled -
did the
Wife, II.lIonl, being aware of tin the colored parson who" declared -1.-...... ........"...."..,..............."'..".."' ..? up like a pouter pigeon over
Lot I li I, ,s never been equalled AGNEW IVELSHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA sun do move when the arrival of named
In. one leads Alice Roosevelt Lonf-1.I HAVING THEIR OWN WAY a young man i
hl.I"i a it war apparently possible, I I Chesley! Jr.. at his borne on Wednesday -
worth declaration
"I IV
do
tx, ,. not yearn EVERYTHING "
.Ins Japan has established huge night
!I Editor I N'*>, Mr W.l.h W.INMIMtommvnu any longer for the man who Is I
n etinled, areas around shipyards. on hi* C-omawau... vlMthcrthvjr The ulster of a well-to-do mother -"Guy Howard had the misfortune -
..11111I '" kmtn are cured for \\'I thii I, W In .......... 0' II ..rl.." rarm to go here there or any-I remarked that she could not criticize to fall on the mail cart the
with kit opinion.' i ir. AId... enmnunh where" And she-the daughter of 1
the nulosurer never' leaving .:lone I" AItch ...." \\.I.h. ail N. E. Teddy the I !: her listers four children because other day and cut hit leg badly
Terrible now the muted
i'tee i 1'1 l bi portal primissimII 8t MI.ml| Fos and timed Alice One can they desiied everything i in below the knee :'

,. 1111,1 I l h. remembered that fury Y. W C A. meeting at Atlantic I ly believe it. ICln'ce-I'I life but were unwilling to make -"A new arrival at the home of

; ,',1i, .J.p./II hits imported huge City not only asked' fur but demanded e e certain sacrifices to acquire the ob- Mr. and Mrs John Clanger. is Miss

qi 'oaths'I,' 0' scrap ,iron from tile equal rights and full opportunity Jects of then desire. Talma Deluvena Granger who tips
Miami
tl''d' I I siiks Much of this has for women in economical winter crowds are so In this instance the aunt possessed the scales at 9'Si pounds. Little

enn,' ,nto I munitions and other war life without discrimination us tits composite them that the flame adjective a far greater undel'ltanJmgot Miss Valence I arrived Thursday 1

rntci,I 1 d.I used iinrut, China. thus to martial status Ike said "Unh, as wa used by an author what constitutes happiness, for morning,"
to describe
m" liking' the United States unwitt I huh thought it'd com to that: the the make-up of she realized that her nieces and 11 I -'Btn Young leaves Friday for

Ill .iii, accessary to the imraln pretty soon we men will be doin pioneers of the Mississippi valley nephews were to be pitied for being Orlando wh..ro-- ---- -h-.- wilt nno work n.n n far_
...t. II i b..mbing of thousands of the kitchen work and usin' the he:earth"The" flower and spawn of pampered products of a mother he railroad during the summer"

i.him.'<' women ant children Gut safety-pins-If any" who knew nothing of child psychology -"Ben Morris spent Wednesday

imcloubtrdlv much of the steel I going: around town trying to raise. I

ustd III i the construction of these Out in filnuill the hunger for A mother recently stressed In Time and again, this woman attempted $'3.50V hat for? Ben got pinched
dn..idi nuiihts cam from the same 'money and histrionic fame provides a letter to Miami! paper the lack to make her sister under- for speeding Ben put in a claim

Hour i' Many observers believe! 7000 applicant for the 900dally of courtesy known( by youths seeking stand that it Is far more important hat he was so busy dodging raindrops

they were built to use directly Jobs open for extras" Lit employment It brings to mind to establish habits of industry that he forgot to look lit the I

against the United States In cue it be known anywhere In the IT S. the question of whether in our in children thin to enter to their peedomtttr However the city j

America: stands m the way of Jap- that a child actor is wanted and mud rush for pelf and power we whims but for all her pleadings officials. consisting of the marshal. {

unfit expansion. in the Far E.ist, |I an army of mothers raises up to I are not overlooking the finer part site continued to see them develop refused his gag saying in conclusion -
!!declare their child Is "It." of life both in ourselves and in into utterly selfish adults. that anyone who tried to

I The dog U not only mans Lot our children Ernie Pyle called attention dodge South Florida rain ought to

i fraud he constitutes one of the I I i Dr Albert Bushnell, dean of the fact In one of his "columns" to Colliers lays that the go to jail and not be let off with a
that compared with the Republicof "
I big industries of America Some. American historians, stated recently politeness Brazil will extend to Finlandthe light fine .
and
suavity civility of '
;
a1 The annual election of the officers -
thing over three-quarters of at Cambridge Mass his beliefin the people of Central privilege of using Brazil
America unfilled -
billion dollar i* ptnled annually !. the ultimate success of the German with whom he had been associating -, quotas of Immigrants and of the Homestead Growers''

on his food supplies and arms resulting in their fur- Miamlan are quite boorish they anticipate that In five years Association was held at the packing
care It in laid that dog food It ,!''ther' expaniion Into South America He cited an 'I instinct here ht It will bring to them 100000 of house on Saturday night lust,
now the second largest canned which would lead the U. S. to aside these high-type with the following results President
stepped to give room on the citizen and It
product m the country; exceeded take up arms against Germany In sidewalk to an approaching couple hint to Uncle Sam Go thou and T L. Gravel: vice-president,
" only by canned milk. Then art defense of our Monroe doctrine.e who do likewise" !Anton Waldm; secretary and
never recognized
I the courtesy I treasurer S. A. King O. B. Parker .
::1 810,000 pedigreed canines regii- e e with a smile or even looked their '

tired by American Kennel Club. A report made to the General thanks, I. too; had but recentlyseen A party Is being, fitted out for was re-elected district represents* .
" tive. The i
board of rectors$ consists
Tht' must be three times
if thnt Presbytery by Pres J. Mcdowell an aged do a third I
man the lame expedition to Honduras to
ti of W. J. Tweedell J. R. Sullivan
many pampered pets which aren'tregistered.Ex. Richard. Columbia University thing and they also were vacantof search for the traditional "Lost J. D Redd O. D. Taylor and
advises Presbyterian ministers to thank One doe City of the "
not brand Monkey God a story T L. Graves :
put less stress upon the future In himself a* I "cbwy In being a partly confirmed by a visit to the -"Bunny Becker and Freddy

Happiness grows at our own their sermons. and more on per- gentleman. region by a Capt. Murray seven Schutt who left here enroutt to
firesides. and .Is not to be picked, lonai rihteolLcnell, the needs of, e yean ago It has been named
Detroit, Mich. are now in Hastings
In atranger garden Doutln our fellow-man a tearing down! War make some strange move the Chrotefan. culture and Is
. working and the Detroit trip
Jorrold 'j I<>l the w lta of mdl .
Wns'ptTladtce
I on International checkrrtonrd .
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The veterans who are not receiving material to the scene and begin the I the other events of that meet I
AQUEDUCTContinued pensions from the government work on the very day that the By reason of their
will make their spending money ground Is cleared, "Mr. Lawrence Fort Lauderdale the local :
and money for necessities for their said. "The first installment of will compete in the Kite
( from Page One) families by making these poppies pledges we received In our campaign ment at Gainesville May 28-SO '
ing a power plant and maintaininga to be sold on Poppy Day. for funds will be due the The winner of the public ;
payroll it was pointed out. The "Every penny made on the sale first of the montli and we hopeto ing contest of the state will t )
city of Homestead would benefit of these poppies goes for veterans use this money, along with the eligible for competition in the v
materially by the revenue from relief We must not let these boys cash we have on hind, to give u.fa state touinumint m which F. I
the aqueduct and through utilization down. Who knows but we may ( flying start on the build ngVe chapters of Florida, Alabama i l
of the additional machineryin have to send again the flower of estimate that we will have at least Georgia will pal'tic putt, The ,
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supplementing the work of the 'our youth to protect our rights $2,000 coming in each month which ner of this contest will go to j ; !
present equipment. and our democracy: we cannot forget I will prevent any interruption in national meet to be held at i
With the source of the water In those who already have served the progress of the work sas City in November
Homestead it would be possible "When the auxiliary asks you I "Besides the pledges of money The victorious F r. A, ) I
for Florida City, which has no to buy a poppy, give not grudgingly we have many promises of free were guests of the Homestead I
municipal water supply to tap in but with a grateful heart anda labor. This will save sizable, Ury Club at iU regular ..
on the aqueduct and supply the prayer that war again will not amounts of money Material for Wednesday noon Godwin
towns needs it was said Other take our loved ones away from us." the structure, which will be pur- ed his winning speech the
communities along the route to chased locally, will be paid for as mentary team gave a demun f
Key West also could obtain a con- it is used. The work will not be tion of the proper manner to I
tinuous fresh water supply in this DIAMONDBALLContinued rushed and it is hoped that the duct a civic organization (
manner. new building will be completed in and the quartet sang several
Laying of a fresh water line to -- the fall" The program was In the
Key West has been under discussion ( from Page One) Monday night officers of the of Ceo N. Wakef eld. Rotarian (
for many years Two years series to be played at the end of church and members of the various advisor of the local F F A.
ago it was proposed to lay a 12- the season between the winners of committee in charge of the construction ter 1111'I i ] j jI
Inch steel pipe encased In asphalt first and second halves Brooker will meet at the churchto
underground on the keys and and Horne met In the series last discuss plans of procedure after CREDIT I
anchored to the sides of the 21 year. Horne won the championship the work of razing is completed TRAVEL
miles of bridges, except at drawbridges and to select the work supervisor.
where they would be laid The schedule for the first half I PLAN OFFERED
on the sea bottom This line would of the season follows: LOCAL F. F..A.. WIN
furnish Key West with 1.000,000 May 17-Brooker vs Horne.
gallons of water dally Booster May 20-Brooker vs Perrine. BY
pumps one at Tavenier and the May 22-Brooker vs Horne. (Continued from Page One) I
other at Marathon, would keep May 24-Horne vs Perrine. Godwin. Richard Bigger. Harry
the water moving In the aqueduct May 27-Brooker vs Perrine. Bowen and J. T Godwin The A travel credit plan, spon
The 1,000,000 gallons daily was May 29-Brooker vs. Horne. singers were Everett Shulor Carl by 66 railroads, which makes
estimated as an adequate supplyfor May 31-Perrine vs Home Fredilclu, Ronald Caves and J. T.,I sible, the purchase of railway
the Key West civilian population June 3-Brooker vs Perrine. I Godwin. : and tours on convenient
but It was said, this amount June S-Home vs Brooker I The dlamondball team won the I I payments will HO into effect
ultimately could be raised to 5- June 7-Home vs Perrine. district title by defeating Stuart, 20, it was announced this ,
000,QUO( gallons per day. June 10-Perrine vs Brooker. 10to2. Literally, the traveler enjoys I
Homestead water consumptionis June 12-Home vs Perrine. Godwin was obliged to compile I I trip and pays for it liter
between 300,000 and 400,000 gallons June 14-Horne vs Biooker with Stuart and Pahokee membersin Under the plan, the '
per day, officials here said June 17-Horne vs Perrine. the speaking contest because : traveler goes to the ticket ,
The proposed aqueduct would June 19-Biooker vs Horne. those two chapters tied for first of a co-operating railroad 1
follow the bed of the abandoned June 21-Brooker vs Perrine. I place in the northern area tnurna I line he wishes to use and I
Florida East Coast railroad a June 24-Perrine vs. Horne. ment. He presented the same I application for credit fir
shorter route, by some miles, than June 26-Perrine vs Brooker. speech with which he won first I amount of the tint .{;)if tie t
that followed by automotive traf June 28-Horne vs Brooker. place m the southern area tournament I posed lour Ul' tip If the I
fie I July: 1- Home I held here May 4, Homestead -: credit inquiry indicates ,.b i
ev.BI:
July 3-Horne I also annexed first place in to meet monthly payment'
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July 5-Perrine vs Brooker.
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POPPY DAY I July 8-Horne vs Perrine I -
July 10-Pcrr ne vs Biooker


suffering(Continued More from than Page 75 of One these) I FINAL SERVICE Who can't have

j veterans pass with each setting\ says YOU ,
sun more than 25,000 a year. Whata
price to pay for victory! (Continued from Page One) I
I "We are victims of an age that razed and the land cleared by
i i forgets These men are forgotten June 1.
j I by the majority of the nation except E L. Lawrence chairman of the
the American Legion and its building committee, said no con- EVERYTHING !
j auxiliary, and these organizationskeep tract will be let for the erection
' in touch with the veterans of the new structure. A work supervisor -
i end their families to see that they experienced In church
.f have the necessities of life I construction, will be hired and he
"The tragedy of war is only too will obtain necessary labor It Is
J evident at the veterans' hospitals, planned to start the work as soon i
k where are the disabled .soldiers i as possible after the old building
.1 who In 1918 wen young strong, I is removed
upright and enthusiastic fighters -.2t Ifi hoped that we can bring
I You can have V-8 performanceand -

1 gas economy, too!
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An 8) h,p Ford gave 24,92 miles per k J
1 Redland Brand gallon in the annual official Gilmor _
Yosemite road test open 10 all <''ir>. w Kap
This was best mileage of all 81anJard-
equipped cars in this class!

-1 Fertilizers
You can have easy-handlirg-

with big-car room and ride! w

are manufactured in Homesteadby Ttcrjone Knows how easy it is to drive
a Ford. But IIrJ one n"IJ llfOl/, till he gels
11 inside, how big this Ford is in legroom .
a locally owned seat room. knee.room nor ". slit -
company. what a thrillingly soft steady, big.car a
tide it li.esl! yam, .4

Mixtures are carried
I You can have low cost upkeepand -- t

! I on hand for every enjoy real fine-car features! t--- ,
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You shift gears on a Ford with the easy, 1 '
acting type linger-tip shift used on costly
need. cars. You get a Kni-ctMrifegat clutch .;. -
giving lower pedal pressure at shifting -
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speeds, also typical of costly un. to
Your patronage is MJT nothing of the biggest hydraulic + s
brakes ever used on a low-cost ear. Your
ford Drake's ready and willing; to trade
u See him howl ;
always appreciated. r

YOU CAN HAVE A fi

! Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. '


FRANK B.RUE.MGR. FORD18


4' MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER

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I HOMESTEAD \WPA Three Bouquets Mothers! at liven Service (FLORIDA'S AGED I Soft Drink Launched Industry in 1807 Escambia Will Paper Cost $2,000,00q Mill ,



t .I TO HAVE DISPLAY Mis H. J. Armstrong was presented I ON PAY ROLLS I II Washington, D C. May 16.-One Pensacola, May 18 (I'NS-Wort

with .i bouquet of flow usit hundred and seventy years ago, on Escambia county's new paper

tic lIullll'l'D..v services lIt t Dr. John Priestly, one of the fath- mill, to be constructed at a cost
i\ AT "OPEN HOUSE"The tin Rcdland Community Chuuli TOTAL 34,626 j;ers of modern chemistry, Invented of $2,000,000 by the Florida Pulp

Sunday. lining conducted by \tin I soda water by Impregnating water and Paper Company, will begin

ReC. 0 Nelson, pistor Mr- with carbonic gas carbon and about June 1 I. it was believed hit
Homestead WPA art sewIng Jackson bile May 16 (Special )iRecipients
Armstrong was the oldest mother l oxygen Dr. Priestly thought highly week by sources close to the development -
home Hide and recreation of old assistance
projects age of his invention and named itdiphlogisticated ,
will furnish displays for the present. in the 51 states and territories now I "
I Mrs L. Anderson received aI air, but he did Senator Charles O Andrews
announced -
exhibit on the third floor of Wal- participating this program num-
green's drug store 200 East Flaglor I bouquet for being the youngest I bered 1,029! ,957, as of January according not see its full possibilities and did in Washington that the
I mother present and Mrs J. P. Kelly Board not go into the soda water business Reconstruction Finance Corpora
; street, Miami In connection to Social Security
a bouquet for the mother havingthe tion had just made a conditional
with South Dados participation In figures made public here by the
the national observance of the most children present at the State Welfare Board I The soft drink industry was commitment on a loan of $1,760000
service launched in 1807, when Towsend to the company The money It -
Division
WPA Professional and Service
At that time approximately 46-1
Week which will start Monday I -- Speukman a Philadelphia druggist to be used in the development of
Jackson to Graduate 000 persons were receiving aid to ,
added flavor to soda water a forest project
the blind and 770,000( children were
I made it available to his customers -
Two Girls and
Homestead The U. S. Geological Survey has
The week Is for the purpose of receiving aid to dependent children I
as a wholesome, refreshing also that the
the I reported pumping of
throughoutthe
acquainting public ,
Two Homestead girls and two and thirst-quenching beverage.
8000,000 gallons of water dailyat
nation with the work and
'former Homestead girls will receive Florida despite Its lesser population -
achievements of than 2I'rof.s.lonol In recent years, carbonated bev- the Cantonment site would have
more their diplomas from Jackson with 34,626 on the pay rolls,
and service erages have become America national virtually no effect on that areaiundeiground
projects Memorial Hospital School of Nurs- was second in the number of old drink. Just as in England water supply
ef the WPA
ing Wednesday at 8,30 recipients In Region 7, which I
evening age
the favorite drink is tea; in the
The It Is
reported
The "open house" will be ushered in the Miami Woman Club includes also Alabama, Georgia, Scandinavian countries, coffee In company. will
; :
I own about 123 acres of timber
in with a community dinner ut The girls are: Miss Lou Belle Mississippi, South Carolina and France and Italy, wine; and In lands and will actually raise trees
the drugstore at 7 o'clock Monday Gienncll, daughter of Mr and Mrs Tennessee I
beer In the United
Germany, ; so
for sale Plans call for the
night, The exhibit will be thrown V M. Grennell of Homestead construction -
; It was exceeded only by Tennessee in the
States, the people mass seemto of a mill which will
pen to the public at 2 oelork in Miss Mil'jo Miccy, daughter of with 40,291, Alabama had prefer carbonated beverages. I I ufacture fine high grade man-
the afternoon and will be continued Mr and Mrs R W. M.icey of Red- paper
19,142, Georgia 27,422, Mississippi
daily from that hour to 10 o'clock land; Miss Virginia McKinstry of 19,829, and South Carolina 19,024. I I white wrapping paper, envelope
and and tissue
ut night cent higher 11in: a paper writing paper.
through Saturday Puhokee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs 7 6 per year

Exhibits will portray work carried Slim McKinstry, former lesldentsof Bulletin According, from to December the Social to Security Jinunry -I'earlier, and the 101"1 1 amount, 01 I I

on In such projects as Homestead, and Miss Marguerite the total number of recipients obligations mcuiud was pct READ THE WANT-ADS

music, adult education, art, writing I ICiow, daughter of Mrs. Florence of old age assistance In the 31 cent greater

handicraft, recreation, library I Crow of Chicago jurisdictions increased less than
home aide, sewing, gardening and I' J
cent but the total amount
County's tomato Is expectedto one per
tanning, research and records, and I crop i
Incurred for -
be a good one this season according of obligations payments State Senator
many others During the next two
to Count Agent R. E '! to these' recipients lose 35
weeks radio skits and news stories
Noms Despite heavy infestation I,per rent
will' bring. attention to WPA uctn :'of led spiders, citrus trees ,ue looking ,I I In ,I,mil,u'y, the Bulletin stated
ities
I number of nupients eta- Ernest GrahamCandidate
mod, Mi Nun ii.I i ports tin total R.
Home aide work of the WPA

represents one of the most helpful -

community projects in south
Dade, it was said. In this project I IwlSEHEART
j i Marshall C.
trained women are on cull to lendn i

housekeeping service during x
emergencies These women uc not

nurses, it was explained, but are
selected because of then special, I forReelection

training as homemakers All .tide,

receive a course of darning it centers ,
located at Homestead, Miami t Candidatefor I

South Miami and Hialoih B""dhthlM F I 11,

the aides an required t If>
spend a day each week ,it .i I 1"I I ''I t

ti-r for other special instruction n i, LEGISLATUREGROUP I in

('OOkll1lid carp, personal 1 I 11\ '

gimp personal and household r 2

11,ill
tare ifick persons
During the past three nWllllb''

342 families in Dade County I Ii., ,
Thanks his friends In South ii 28
lay I IA
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been served by WPA aides, \\ Ith
1,144 persons benefiting from the +. Dade for their support on ,
service f'1 I _
r May 7 and hopes for their
An average of 216 women have I ; r 4

been engaged in the work of I the I endorsement In the I WILL SPEAKIN

sewing project In the count) dui i' II I

ing the three-months period lust PARK -
SecondPrimary LEGION :
ended The work included renovating .


and garments tax supported fat institutions needy famiuts In I May 28 I SAT. MAY 18 8 P.M., ,t

all WPA projects workers are ,

trained so they may enter private i! lie will explain how the OLD AGE ALLOTMENT: can he Increased -

employment and in M woo k community | HONEST, ABLE AND INTELLIGENT REP- I and where the money will" come from, ThoM Interested -

needs are met m .1 1'(1- I In helping the seed are urged to be present
pe".lII\1' ba..., RESENTATION FOR DADE COUNTY Mr Graham wilt also discuss other state problems.

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Hear FNANCIS' WHITEHill on the RADIO MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS

rent spRD"Let TU"dollar''NAND.t''; lts TOT"': WMIR WOlD WOAE WQAM WING WfTM WTAL WCOA 9:3010: 9:45: w. ,.. 8:30: to 8:451w.u: has
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athe'or itself)M My opponent introduced 35 My opponent introduced ell( J ,.; \ My opponent RtfVSE9 to

sp e look afAlrtZt t a dictatorial school code ",' the "color added" bill' ..y vote in favor of FR tt
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lees J I law' 0.SCHOOL BOOKS!
record This hw permits ar"f",.,1 I coloring
his .t- A, ,..."1",,xl' hy him tfyft" taw would" 01 green and Immature citrus ",,".It Wit// Ha ./iiui that la voted In favorof
I 1 are t.ken ill power away from hii COM Florida Citrus farmers mil: <-I of free school books but the mend
1"I "hoo011I".1\ !, would ha.. I Irons ol dollar by bringing Flotilla allows that h. ///I \IIT foist: on
,. I ? rcnr l to-d.." for fulurr to make i F.f ., citrus fruit into disrepute a,1 I over U'.< H,II. although hi Kill \t>l t 29 timer on other
"c h"1 denied local ....,.. Cut the raInn, alit that day April :3. 19)5
,..: and would hers fo,,". ... ..- .. ,.. ... ._" ... .,.... ': .: .: ,n,__
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'? f, c.-y ,hcni I '''ptr nttndmt and state
,.I ;rntrn. I.. t ,. oNam permission of h.
1 ," ,,1 .,nrrnen.lrnt 1'IOrl they could r''n I IMy for rr. '"' My opponent sponsored
r 1, t', ,\I lens'' tnlrnts .n committee to maker I Acts which denied hundreds -

.r.-. :'. ",' ::':':"," :, ,. MyopponentvotedagainstHomestead the light to vote

1 ':'-- Exemption! Ha sponsored. bills that disfranchised
......, hundreds of CM,arna of f ratpnwfand
t I opponent voted against Auburndala 6
H. ,ratedNO" when the items. The Aub m..I. Act was ao dr..... that the Owarnafvatoad
/(/ Age Pension! It tV. stand Act M with thaw wordai i "I am In favor ol Home
Sumption
was paaaad ? .
Rule State, ...
'"J.* During the IMS and I9J7aaauonl but I cannot aa Governor ol this
f i0 nut against a Sonata Rae Dl legislation he votadKiinM prove a Bill that takes away the b'rthl.ht: ol free
.. asking Confraaa to fat the consideration of star owawdiRcatM American dol....." Then tny cpponant supported thfAuburndala
........' Bill out ol Committee 'n __ on property covered by the Mom B,U when II Wit paaaad ever the Covaf
,
9 ear Mr Y for lie prawpt- N..N consideration.w mr e-w s..ar stood N w aamption sire r.r.-imandmant raw- w ow. n w .-r. .nor....::::vote:;:.."'::. :.':..':'" ,. -. .. "' -


jt t Does this look like till record of a man who a interested in the welfare of Us State and the RIGHT of its citizens


{ TEACHERS' RETIREMENT FUND NINE MONTHS SCHOOL TERM
DECENT WAGES FOR TEACHERS FREE SCHOOL BOOKS
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I $4000 A MONTH OLD AGE PENSION

1\ Jot toy who wasn't afraid of hard work will be the Governor who gets things done.


\ E3 VOTE FOR FRANCIS P.WHITEHAIR FGH GOVERNORPt I

ii iso V1ab Y,asIaai fa/Y I'VY a5 sai\a Ye Ve t-like WNir\Ya/a
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Friday May 17, 1940 THE LEAD ENTERPRISE PAP" Seven J


''Selma Mjttson; at Cape Sable of the same room are out with POTATO 11FIDS HIGH
I
Sunday whooping cough. I St. Augustine, !M,ly 18.--Yll'lli. ;
I The thud and fourth grades in
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In and potatoes in (ho Hastings section
Around : !Mrs Frank Stallings and son, Mrs. Dye's room mnde mother'sday lot (
Skipper of South Miami were baskets with seven flowers In this season have been unusually '

I Friday guests of Mrs. Johnny each representing the days of the high, most Kiimeis digging tio.l
Becker week Each flower hal a verse on :50 to 80 barrels per HIT- 11) to 41)
Homestead It telling what it will do on that barrels more t than the iiui.imper

Sam Chernoff left on Wednesday day.The l acre ) Irld fuhe( past 10 ycamt.Two .
for his home in New York. Neva King Cooper School weeks after UK beginning of
enjoyed chapel I last Thursday the harvest 1.729 ears had been I
Mrs. Gco W Turner, Jr., and |mond pent the woik-uid with I !Mi and Mrs Hal Parhnm movedto morning. The music club gave a shipped according to Loomis !

Miss Esther Livingston attendedthe : Mrs. Durrance parents, Mi and the Davis place in Medland on, program for Music Week and Mr Butch St John County writ 1I
O. E. S. past matrons md past Mrs II, M Brown MondayMrs Sommers gave an interesting talk ;
patrons dinner in Biscayne templeon Mrs Dye fourth grade und I I AmaliMii; 11" ;"u think I i r. Ill

Tuesday evening. !Mi and Mis Fritz Jackson plan Anna Banana left Sunday Miss Jackson's first grade hi\e dine the'I, I 11,,111, the .t'1' Ioyi
to leave May 22 for their summer for Chester, N. Y. done finger painting j my .uiautn' I
Miss Virginia Flick a student at (hume ut High Gate SpunRs Vn ... ... .. i V11", P, pp'l, \ ''-u' ""I"" "A "u'I
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Stetson University at DcLand accompanied They will visit friends nt Spring. l Herman Schroeder left recently llometcad.liirl: Scouts 1\\,11" ,,01 'I ,, 1", "'" .

by her uncle, Robert field Mass fur his home In the North after a By Mil n.\ VAN \\INKIE ,
Wingficld spent the week-end season here with his son and ....,...........,..""...,.."' ..".." ." "."" ,,,...,,,,,.....,,, I
with Miss Frick's parents Mr and !Mrs J. P. Curl underwent a djughtor-in-law Mr and Mrs Plans for the annual campiligtrip .u..Mor c..i..a Boll'rasa r"wb.ore
Mid Geo. M. Frick Mrs Wing. major operation in the Kendall Fritz Schroeder to Biscayne Kl'v1'1'1' dl'l'u"1ilit I

field and son Bobby who spent hospital yesterday. II meeting of Homestead Girl II I
several weeks with Mr. and Mrs W. F. A. Robertson returned Scouts
Tuesday afternoon at the
Frick accompanied Mr. Wingfield Mr and Mn Hollister Sago left Tuesday from a short trip to Wil- home of the captain Mrs. Ji,ink I
home. for their summer home In Wood- kln.sbuig, Pa. Skill. Mrs Russell Horne, IKU I
bury Conn, on Friday. Mr. and
tenant, had charge of the imvtIng i I
Ira Davis, whose enlistment In Mis D. Piles are living at the Sage I ii ';i ;Tii i s'T:\' :Y- Patrol leaders handed in ,i I 1 1I

the Marines ended Saturday returned home on King's Highway this summer NEWS list of the members who will .,.attend I ,

to his home Tuesday from .......'..'...,....""".............."'.. the trip
Quantico Va., where he had been L I..n. A note of thanks is to be um t I II
!Mr and Mis L. W Suinmeilin first grade II I
stationed. Mr. Davis is the son pur- ten to Mr O. 0 Parker th,inknii.
of Mr. and Mrs J. V. Davis of and Mr and Mrs L. W Summcrlln new books entitled 'Good him for the chocolate milk IK. Ij I
Jr, have returned to their
Homestead. I Stories," with the money mnde gave when the Redlund troop is" u' j
home In Daytona Beach after a
from our guests. this
their candy snle From
visit with 1Irlnd Mrs O A West
: Miss Dorothy Spinks of Miami i All of the scouts IIl1thI"HI
!
They were accompanied to West I Mrs Edward's pupils are enjoy
week-end of Misses classified leaves and flowers
was a guest
I Pnlm Beach by Mrs Vera Summcrlin ing their story hour bemuse of
Jeannette and Annette Campbell. ,{/I around Mrs Skill's yard crldeBegiJl1ling
un interesting book being read'| There will be a summer camp
i ,..""......,....,.."...........,.................................... to them Book HI of the John at Ojus during the month of July''
Mrs. Byron Clifton Miss EthelAndeison
FLORIDA CITYBy Martin series There will beI/ Gypsy trip for ,
i Misses Beitis Lois and
Viiginiii Nixon of :Miss RHV' '<'MIOI scouts Of the gourd till
Marie Mathls and Miss Naomi :Sirs. W. W.
SeeryMis :
room \Hlhdicthi>. slick md *
scent latin part "if IIIIH The 1 tup, to

the Horne spent. Wednesday tithing on ..........................."."....,..""",....,.."......."""... with hoi imih, Ic. :'N nth, C"I''' n,,,i l lost a week, will l he t,,km t I-i \.u-, --- - --, --
: .keys.Mrs. I FI'IIIkIurph! md .t',-- of the ,
\ ... D M Faiuloth and daughter w Mf.nn: "u' points intiii III t id ,

: W. T. Atkins will arrive Miss Dorothy Fin'i'loth: I l' I| the telephone has been
i Sunday to visit her son-in-law and Wednesday to VISit In Lakeland VOTE FOR AND( ) ELECT made a 'orIJdc medium of

; daughter Mr. and Mrs A F. and North Curolini voice communication i eta

Arthur I Mrs. Enol.i Smith lift Wednes-I Ross pcndjble tenant, available M
Judge
The Rev. and Mrs J W. Porte day for Washington, D. C. Williams low cost, to people in all "walksof

left Saturday for a visit with relatives I life. This remarkable ichic**
in Washington D. C. Wllkcs- Guests at the home of Mis MSilverm.m I niece is the result of American I
Barre Pa., and New Jersey on Sunday \. ere: Mi '"
initiative and lass
and !Mrs Eddie Sihermnn Mr and I Succeed t organization ,
I ; 'Th!' Rev:-and Mis C. A. VM- Mrs N Fisher J, Jenkins, Mr and genuity.Th I
cent of Miami Shores were guests Mrs Sam Silvvrmnn und children, 21,500 Southern Pell I

at the home of the Rev and Mrs I I Sam Chcinoff Mrs Ben Left, Himself as r 'workers have had an ImJ'..... '"
Geo. E.Deuel i in Redland last \\ !liver Siheiman md Mrs Heimanj[ '
!Marks und children tant part in this ahienml'nr.1!

Mr. and Mis Joseph k'i I I II 'II CIRCUITJUDGE It is t source of satisfaction Ml

Nitti of Miami I are announcing the I Mi and Mrs Wm Varn.idoc and them to know that they, toogClher
birth i of a five-pound: seven-ounce I|I family recently moved into the, 'with thousands of othdl|
daughter Joan, In the J.leksonl I I Hale cottage on West Tenth street.
Memorial Dell System workers,have m,iJ<|
hospital on '
.I Day Mrs. Nittl Is the I-I! it possible for anyone coda?

Mr and Mrs. J. M Mother"1 of Miami spent Sunday visiting using I Bell or Bell connecKtl
I their mother, Mrs. Charles Becker I
(Croup One) telephone to talk to almost anj|
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer and
ton, Lester spent the week-end I I Miss Beth Hunter of Miami point in America, many foreign*

'In Key West with Mr. Archci I spent the weekendsllInll, her i j For Full TermGraduate countries and to shift at sees

' Barents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Ceo F I grandmother, Mrs J K Scott. I II Americans enjoy the km,
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Xn.net.
! f I Mrs Johnny Becker and Ruhaid : Literary and Law Departments. Mercer tnlverelli most dependable and war-

! : Mrs. G. R. Oldendoif and "- Mattson visited their mother Mrs I \Iacon Georgia. telephone service in the worlds!

I Ted, will leave today for a \ Worked way through college m waiter In diiilnc hall and janitor They arc assured of in coniii_
with Mrs Oldcndorfs on'l of Tallnall Square Baptist Church ID MartmSucrrtwor .
and daughters Mr. and Mis H GEORGE E.McCASKILL. to Honorable II. f Atkinson deceased and In main once because it is the Co a>>'

Charvat and Mr and Mrs M. i I taming the high traditions set by Judge Atkiimon pny's policy to keep leWphoiK
L. Graden in Cleveland Ohio Present term Hill not expire until July 29. 1941, facilities and quality of smiled
Ills three yean Judicial Record Commend Him for a full terns.Judge .
j ahead of public fJlr.eCtlt&oA
Mr. and Mrs. E A Duiranci "of
Ross Williams received 17.717'ott's for
West Palm and son R.I'-
Beach nomination to the office he holds in the
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Democratic primary: a>' 7, 1910 and retched SOUTHERIlBEUTElEPROnf

A WINNER! 6,710otes more than his nearest opponent. He

Y yy4' i is jour friend He solicits your support and vote ROD TELEGRRPH COmPRnV

in the Second Democratic Primary, May 2S, 1910.! IN.DU'

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Whether you paint the whole houseor


Su'k just a room or two, be sure the


'N.tL COLOR SCHEME is rightl I _


We offer-free- ifi/i authentic j

COLOR STYLING SERVICE t '


Candidate for Do you know what color combinations are I'i,lit prtfand by

moot stylt-mindtd people? Do you know how to chow color
.JVote Judge of combinations for |both land and outside your house that art In the Wit of modern taste,
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forThomas Circuit Court I Get FACTS-not opinions!Our COLOR tTVLlNO SIR VICE places at your disposal a utinulturvty
of new and newly dtcorattd homw. This study WM mad by Ihs COUNCIL FOR PAINT
B. Group 3 I STYLING (National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer AMOclatlooX It

thanks the voters of South shows exactly what color schema art preferred by yIt-minded people.In .
of chart of the meat popular roles conibl-
EVERHARTLEGISLATURE addition a series Urge <
Dade for their support on :May
7 and solicits your active sup > nations permit you to picture In advance just how your finished Job will
port In the second primary on look. Before painting of decorating, consult this service-it's lewd
CROIPExperienced :2
May: 28.
Representation.Led Born and raised on a farm.
the ticket In the tint Primary. Resident Dade County 28 )'ean.A Brooker Lumber Co.
Carried 73 of 114 pre- Redland District property

clneU. Vote for a Democrat. owner I 41E'[ homestead, FU. Phone f2

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I MEXICAN THEME FEATURES JUNIOR-SENIOR The Calendar MOTHER'S DAY, MUSICIN : WEEK OBSERVED Jl

BANQUET OF REDLAND; SCHOOL TONIGHT, ,....,,,...,....,,..,..,,-........,,,.,,,,,,,.,,"' ,"' ,....,,,,,,, PROGRAM OF :]MONDAY MUSIC CLUB ,

17 Federal class in
-- May art
D. Nettles, Miss Chamber of Commerce building. A program In observance of w. M. Fifield. Mri Bevo Webb,
The Redland High School Junior- i I Gray, Mrs. Mary
Mother's Day and National Music I Mn W. R. Bird Mrs. C. H Stef-
senior banquet will be held tonight Helen Daniel Miss Shirley Hark- May 17-Redland High School'sjuniorsenior
Week presented at the last fani Mrs B. M. Hindman Mn
was
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Hausman, banquet in Columbus -
in the Biscayne Room of the Co- ness. Miss Bertha Nill!
lumbus hotel In Miami The Mexi- I Miss Julia Sullivan, Miss Mildred Hotel In Miami meeting of the year of the Monday Howard Johnson. Mrs Julian H.
Music Club at Webster Mri T. J. Mri se
Monday afternoon Faust
Miss May Homestead P. T. A.
can theme will prevail In the decorations Small, Miss Elinor Payne
J I Katherine Davis Miss Jewell Tur- Installation meeting at 8 p. m. the home of Mrs J. R. Rutland Carl Anderson, Mrs. G. 1. Gault,

ner Lendley Stanley C. L Ooley May Townsend Club meetIng with Mrs Carl F Robinson Mrs. Mn H. C. Nichols Mn A. M.
The address of welcome will bi VV
Frank Webb and Mrs Rutland Logan Mri Lewis Brandenburg
J Q. Caldwell R E. Trotter, M. In Neva King Cooper School as
given by George Kufeldt president and Carl auditorium at 2:30: o'clock. hostesses Mrs. H. K. Foulk, Mrs E. H. Collier -
A. Baker D. R. Snyder
of the Junior class Charles Burr, May 20-Meeting of home beautification Poems honoring mothers were: Mrs Lloyd DeiU. Mrs. Lonnie 0Ii
president of the senior class, will Wagner read by Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson' L. Hodd, Mrs W. E Rheney Mrs.
Members of the senior class are: class In H. H. S. agriculture -
give the toast to the school officials Miss Marie Borgardt, Miss Carolyn rooms at 8 p. m. I and Mrs J. Tom Vann. 'I Wm Musselwhite Mrs. C Hagler IiI

to which I. T. Pearson county Campbell Miss Anna Lou Johns May 20 Social I meeting of Mrs. W. B. Mills music teacherIn Rice Mrs S. L. West, Mrs. Carl
supervisor of teachers will respond i the Homestead schools a Wagner Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mrs.
Miss Valeria Campbell Miss Cor- Junior I Woman Club of Homestead gave llA
The toast to the trustees Chambers, I talk on the orgin of music Vann Mrs. Hutchinson Mri.
rine Cash Miss Evelyn
will be given by Miss LaNello Miss Mildred Craft i Miss Shirley May Installation meeting of' The members of the third grade Mills Mrs Gray, Mrs Robinson, llIi

Rogers, a senior and the response Davis. MIss Dorothy Edwards, Homestead B. P. W. C. in Chamber of Neva King Cooper School sang, Mrs. Webb and Mrs Rutland.
will be made by D. E. Bashor "
"Oh "Swannee RIver'
Miss Audrey Fulton, Miss Betty of Commerce building at 8:30: p. m. I Susanna
chairman of the trustees Mils
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and "Laughing Spring. They FRED CHAPMAN HONORED
Louise Harris, Miss Naomi Home, May 21 The Indian Lady" IieI
Marjorie Lewis will give a toast
demonstrated voice training and ON BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYFred
Miss Irene Jackson Miss Merle program at Neva King Cooper
to the faculty. and Carl Wagner January, Miss Phyllis Jensen Miss School at 8 p. m. music reading as taught In the Chapman was honored on eIa
of Redland school will
principal Suzy Leggett, Miss Kathleen Lloyd, May 22-All-day quilting partyof public schools his eighteenth birthday anniver-
give the response Miss Wanda Miss Elmeda Roberts Miss La- Redland Ladies Aid with Mrs Mrs Clarence Gray music Instructor sary with a surprise party given n

Sickle will give the toast to the Nelle Rogers, Miss Kathleen Ross, Frank W. Stillman In the Redland schools, Saturday evening by his mother, '

seniors and the response will be Miss Elida Sage Miss WiLma May 22-Meeting of Lily Bow presented a reed ensemble consisting Mrs. Blanche Chapman at their
made by Miss Lydia Vlhlen R. B.' of flute tint and second home in Florida h'L
Thompson Miss Lydia Vihlen, Book Review Club In library at City.
Zenker Jr.. a junior will give the Miss Mollie Walker Charles Beh- I p. m. clarinet melody saxophone alto I The evening was spent In dancIng -

toast to the underclassmen and rens Charles Burr Clyde Cham- May 23-Meeting of Presbyterian saxophone baritone saxophone and and playing various games. clIll
Miss Jeannette Cox a sophomore, bassoon. The played "Swed- Sandwiches
bers Howard Crouse William Auxiliary. group i and punch were
will make the response. Gautier Gilbert Ogden Robert May 24-Meeting of HomesteadArt ish Choral," "Song of the Volga servedGuests. ,

A floor show will be presentedb Rivers, Carter buyers. Richard Club In Chamber of Commerce. Boatmen" and Bells of St. Mary." i were. Mr and Mrs. Hu- it

the Theresa N. Rubenstein Crawshaw and Lewis Little. May 24 Homestead HlllhSchool' Members of the Redland school bert Vann of South Miami Mr. b

studio I Members of the junior class are: junior-senior banquet. who played were: Miss lla Jean I and Mrs. Fred Barker Miss Lois fuj

The banquet theme song, to be Miss Lillian Andrews. Miss Dorothy May 28-Benefit supper of Red- Irwin Miss Louise Ross, Miss Mar- Carpenter Miss Mosely Sever,

lung: by the entire group to the | Bihrens, Miss Elizabeth Craft, land Ladies Aid at Community jorie Fogle Miss Dora Scott Miss Miss Nina Bullurd Miss Constance ofh.
tune tlf "S luth of the Bordt'r" find Miss Ruth Crawshuw Miss Mary Church at 6.30 o'clock. Cox. Miss Harris Raymond Lee, Hunter Miss Edna Forte Misses

written by Charles Thompson a Engel Miss Marjorie Lewis, Miss May 27-Class day program of I I John McLaughlin and Henry Dixon Annette and Jeannette Campbell

member of the junior class, a a Colleen McVicker, MUD Ada Mil Homestead Senior Class In Neva Miss Dorothy Spinks of Miami h,

I.m'will song to the seniors 111'1'. Miss Merle Mil-ell Miss I Wanda King Cooper auditorium tit 8 p. m. Miss Bitty Lou Harris sang Miss Katherine Marsh. Miss.

During the dinner, the orches- Miss France Soper Miss May 27-Meeting of Jennie Lob- I I "Caro Miobcn" "In the Land of Yvonne Pollard. Miss Kathleen Wb'

11.1 i\ ill play Lutin-Amerlcan songs June Vrana Miss Bute Craber dell Circle. the Sky Blue Waters" and "Sorto' Freeman Miss Louise Paiettl J. b'Pl

and will provide the music for John Brown Herman Byars, William May 28-Poppy Day sponsored Miss You." Miss Jeannette B. Seats of South Miami Harold

lancing after the banquet Campbell Lloyd Cash. G. B. .Jy American Legion Auxiliary Cox saxophonist played, "Gaiety Campbell Richard Mattson William w

The tables will be decorated Chubb Henry Dlxon I Robert .- May 29-Class Day at Redland Polka." Angelml, Oscar Clonlnger.

\I it tl h cacti and other tropical plants Fisher. Leonard Greer, George High' School. I The members of the Choral Club Fred Borgnrdt, R. Richardson,
and flower. Favors which will' Grunwell Harold Hampton, William May 31 Meeting of Redland sang ""My Heart at Thy Sweet Sidney Kendrick and Earl Rohrer. htbi

also erve as programs are books Hampton, Gnprge Kufeldt Unme Demonstration Club l Song
made of ply-wood with Mexican Donald Hawker. Truman : June Biccalaurate sermon of I The hostesses served ice cream Mrs G I. Gault, a former officer w

designs burned on them. Graham McElroy Lu iis Price Rex:1 Homestead High School at :S p. m. I cake and candy of the Homestead P. T. A.. was

Senior room parents who will I[Romine Douglas Swttmg. Clyde June Baccaliurate sermon of Club members present were: Installed first vice-president of thIll

ittend are Mrs George Cooper Swilley, Charles ThoNjjion. Lewis Redland High School at 11 a. m I Mrs Frank Hausman Mrs. E H. Miramar P. T. A. In Miami Tues

MId Tom Torbert. Junior room I I Vrana and R. B. r. June Graduation exercises of Galluher Mrs. B. E Gatlin, Mn dayl.Mpick25Pliritttv..

parents who will attend are Mil I Homestead High School. nrPt

Mae Campbell and George Cooper. : MRS. IIA\KliroiSSTALL June 4-Commencement danceIn H

Other guests Invited are: Superintendent I P. T. A. OFFICERS TONIGHT Homestead Country Club sponsored -

of Schools James T. Wilson I Mrs Leonard W Huskln retiring by Kappa Phi Delta Sorority I THE DIXIE DRUGJACK v+
and Mrs. Wilson Mr and Mrs beth
the Dade County
of
president
Chaa G. Turner. Mr. and Mrs I Council of Parent-Teacher Associations June Graduation exercises of POLK-HOWARD JOHNSON

Herman Heinlein, Mr and Mrs I will install officers for Redland High School\ Phones U and 9101-Homestead, Fla.HAUBOTUVEROIL .

.I R Hirkion, Mr. and Mrs L. H the Homestead P. T. A. at 8 o'clock June :S-General meeting of W -rfi1C J ai w

Grrer Mrs. I T. Pearson Mn Tom this evening. Future Farmers will M. U. at 3p.m.

Torbert 1 Mrs D. E. Bashor, Mis I give the program numbers. June 7 Meeting of Episcopal eo

(' "I I Winner Mrs C L. O >leyMi Officers to be Installed are: Mrs Auxiliary with Mrs Ruth L Scott II I niP1
R F Trotter Mrs. M A I I
M F. White, president: Mis Geo' IIH SO Panelist
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\RTCLtllTO PAINT pjck $
faker Mn C E. Elchenbertier. 1'011'1.1I I thoM
:D. Ruthle first vice-presidtnt II |
I 11 K Snyder and bliss Alice Kahl KEY SCENES TODAY I
I Mrs Jack Polk, second vice-prcki- '
Mi., Cut and Buddy Iniltfren I The Rev. Robert H Spear pastor AaD&G Capsules wtI.
dent; Mrs James Nesbltt secretary j/
,\ ,ill icpre.ent the sophomore class 1:I : and M.... Geo N. Wakefield, of Homestead Church of the 1 Capsules plain Mud u bens .
nit Miss Barbara Williams and Nazarene was elected second ice- health In deli
I I treisurer Best SourceVIt.mln 79
Jack/ Marshall the freshman cl issMiw. president of Homestead Art Club I 69C timer of Thawvitamins fir
I Mrs A. F. Aithur hospitality A,
M.IIJOIU Campbell. and will I I last Friday Mrs. B. E Gatlin was R
chairman und her committee i'
i ""I Sl'Il11l1dt I po.t-Jt.ldullte stuI made secretary and Mrs Russell
I, IIh .iii' .11"i inv tod : serve punch Anderson. treasurer The ,other II i $1.00I4otsiu PuretesfCOD SOfWk/OMIMA4 ofF

)"ully lumbers who will attend officers are Mrs Ben Archer presIdent I s
CLUBTO LIVER
Jt'SIORO'I'I'S OIL
are Mr and ClarenceDon't and Mrs Frank Webb first r YEAST TABLETS'Supply
1101 D SOCIAL MEETINGThe

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The club plans to )lenc i .it .301 Vitamin Ofi,.l
I Junior Womnn Club of Homestead 79 c:
Extra VI- *
this morning for n dIY of paintingon supply B essential tojTg f
Miss Joining the will be held Monday night the keys.Plenty. ) Umlns A sad D.850SeesireParess nutrition +
at Avocado Lodge on Redland
I t Class of I road Mrs James L Bird, Mrs I } '$IQOpfk110 Purees}'

'Robert Glenn. Jr.. and Mrs Paul
HAU8IITIIYE80IIwith Coo LIVER '
BILL PECKS Losner will be hostesses OILCoctntnttTABLfTS

Members who are unable to) ,it- I VIOSTEROL tf. i

tend arc asked to notify the hostesses BD />* *
STUDIO 69' 0ftIeD pr.r--s N..bad89c
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New opened l. Honwtlrsd. All "Dr lIaskJQ
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Tuesday May 21 C regaining of '
Shelton Thermlque Croqninale strength where I fonts unable M

Afternoon or Evening .Office Hoar"*: I a. ra to 5 p. m: Waves a tents is heeded. I take hid!jai e.,

; Sunday: 9 to 12 Level ...._ Tlete-Marinello C.a.
High School BaJIroon Club ..OursALICE'S
adallclaM. I ; Closed Saturday Hundreds *f everyPRESCRIPTIONS
now orgadsiagaloe BEAUTYPARLOR day needs *n display. .

I Exceptional offer to III ; Free Parking Space ; at our star.*. Cents DRUGS f..I quickly, fHtod end. ky auy.....
Roll CUs Teach yourchildren
Cradle buy at l...t< pries*. I.red ,
grace and olM. D.- I1T" N. W. SITU ST. MIAMI phaesn.olata
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Fndav Mav 17 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pacro, Nine
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HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS ORGANIZING CLUB I Miss EIIE'n'ann.. :Mrs'o. u
Doistv. Miss, Elizabeth B., ;
FOR SUPERVISED AND DIRECTED DANCING Miss There i Ridd Oi ,) t .1, i I. '.

---- I stone! D R. Snyder" J. Q. C.llet'II..
I Social EventsSENIOR I Miss Maryan Chadwick and Miss masters of the ait |IT. C. hhueklefoid Leon Darn,

Mildred Hannah of the Bill Pecks I She was auditioned for Para- I William McMichtie! Russell Hoi le ;

studio I of dancing in Miami on mount Studio In Hollywood and ,Charley Caves, Ben W. Mom
Tuesday evening organized a class II studied there with Franchon Marco Harry Schauberger Harvey Newton -
of high school pupils in ballroom and Ernest Belcher She studied I Willard Barnes, Gordon Ivey
CLUB ELECTS MRS. R. J. ELLIOTT I dancing in the Chamber of Com- also with Bob Morris and specialized Wm. McConnell, Elwin Cooper. and

NEW SPONSOR OF JUNIOR WOMEN merce building In eccentric dancing Betty, Ruth, Joe, Albert and

All types of dancing will be Homer Byrum.
Mrs R J. Elliott was elected ins, Mrs Crowson and Miss Pearl taught at the Chamber of Commerce BAPTIST WORKERS MAKE
sponsor of the Junior Woman :Whltaker I building on Tuesday after- PLANS FOR SCMMER: CLUB PLACES PIANO
Mrs. O. W. Calkins I On afternoon the Woman IV HOSPITALITY ROOM
Club and was Tuesday noons and evenings Children Plans for conducting all Sunday
elected historian of the Senior I 's Club presented a musical above the age of two will be taken school classes of the First Baptist The Homestead Business and
Woman's Club at an all-day meeting I program in observance of National and adults also. Church of Homestead In the educational Professional Women Club his
of the Woman Club held I Music Week.Those The high school group plans to building were discussed placed piano in hospitality roomin
Wednesday in the clubhouse. The I: taking part on the pro- form a club which will probably at t s meeting of the officers teachers the Chamber of Commerce
afternoon was spent in beautifying 1:gram were: Mrs.. Lewis Brandenburg nominate officers at the next and building campaign workers building
the grounds I I and M... Lloyd Deitz, vocal meeting May 21. at 7:30: o'clock. Monday night In the educational This project of the dub was
i duet: Mrs. H. K. Foulk vocal made possible by assistance from
Mrs H. K. Foulk, Mrs Harry Those present Tuesday eveningwere : building. Several of the classes \
I solo; Vara Rheney piano solo; \Vm E. Koon piano dealer
D. Wolfe Mrs Joel J. Robinson : Miss Betty Jane Meybem, thut have been meeting in the
Mrs. T. J. Faust and Mrs R. R. ,Philip Wilson, violin solo; Everett Miss Frances Lamb, Miss Mary i church must meet in the Sunday The piano formerly owned by the
Shuler J. T. Godwin Carl Fred- club was a gift from Mrs Din
Kinard were appointed delegatesto I Grace English, Miss Charlotte Ger- : school building while the church
the Dade County Federation ricks and Ronald Caves, vocal cmimo Miss Wava Horton, Ed- is being torn down and the buildIng Roberts
meeting i to be held at the Coco i(quartet. Mrs. Julian H. Webster, win Booth, Edward Kirby, Elwin I I Is being erected New officers will be installed
Mrs. J. D. Redd and Mrs W. B. Monday evening
Plum Woman's Club in South
Cooper Charles Connor Lester It was announced that $700 in
I Mills were accompanists. A pot-lurk dinner will precede
Miami next Wednesday The fed- Archer, James Nesbitt, Tommy pledges and cash have been secured
The hostesses, Mrs 1. P. Mc- the instillition District officers.
eration year books were distributed Herbert Booth and Elmer
Moffett, since the close of the driveto
ct the meeting. I Lean, Mrs. N. G. Ball and Miss prospective members and former
Martin. raise for the new church.
Pearl Whitaker, served cake and money members of the club art invited to
To build up a fund to replace,Ice cream. Others who enrolled from the Reports of the campaign teams be present.

necessary articles for the clubhouse i Others present were: the Rev. junior class, which originated the were given I
It was suggested that each movement are Miss Betty Blown A covered dish preceded '
and Mrs Geo. E. Deuel, Mrs HarryD. supper \\ 1\1. V URn HASIRIENDSIIir
member of both clubs be assessed I Wolfe, Mrs A. W. Jones, Mrs. Miss Iris Caplinger, J. T. Godwin, the meeting PROGRAM
five cents a meeting. The plan Elbert: Dollar Elbert West, Fred
B. Beattie, Mrs. Jack Ham- Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Leonard Cannlngton
will be presented to the junior 111. gavea
club its Mrs Zeke Martin Mrs Herb- Fuchi and Eldred Gilmer Frank Mcllwam, Mr. and Mrs. talk on friends at a meetingof
at next
meeting ert Katz, Mrs. D. W. Shetzline, Mrs Ben Archer and Mrs A. R. Harry Cooper Mr. and Mrs. J. Circle One of the W. M U
At the request of Mrs. L. L. Bow,i Mrs Grace McLellan Smith, Mn Meybem, junior room mothers, and Lawrence Scott, Mr. and Mrs J. of the First Baptist Church or
the Woman Club will ask that 0 W Calkins Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Mrs Wm. J Geronimo will serve R. Byrum, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Homestead on May t at the homeof
the first book case of the librarybe Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mrs. T. J. punch at the next meeting I Campbell, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Mrs. Pete Morgan
placed in the municipal library Faust, Mrs, M. F. White, Mrs R. Miss Chadwick, who has but recently Pope, Mr. and Mrs A. D. Smith, Mrs L. A. Wise, who had charge
to hold as many of the first books J. Elliott, Mrs. Henry Johnson, become associated with the I Mr and Mrs. Esque Smith Mr of the devotionals, conducted a
of the library as possible Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mrs. J. R. studio is a member of the Dancing and Mrs E. II Collier Mi and Bible qUIZ.
It was reported that the club Brooks, Mrs B P. Webb Mil Masters of America and the Mrs. Wm. McConnell Mr and Punch and cookies were sen '1
has $186'86 in the treasuryPlans clUbIhouse Frank Hausman, Mrs. Herman Florida Society ol Dancing Tench- Mrs T. D. Piehe. Mr and Mn Others/ present wereAirs W
for repairing the I Helnlcin Mrs Paul Carson, Mrs. era She Is u graduate of the R. E. Edwards Mrs W. D. Home D Myriek. Mrs. Jennie Smith Mi" '
roof were discussed and it Geo. H Harris Mrs. W. M. Fificld Chnlif Dancing School of New !Mrs Fred Redd Mrs. G. A. West T. T. Bowen and Mrs. Hugh Kilo; t, i iI
was voted to have an executiveboard 'Mrs B. M Hmdman Mis Gordon York and later took work under Mrs. J Tom V rm. !\11'0 Quinine
meeting with the Junior' E. Dill Mis W. R. An'tlel'son. Hilda Butson i. premiere danseuse | Sh"l'lIrd.II"! W K le'ts'" !\II' J
Woman Club to outline dtfntc Mrs. B. E. Cathn Mrs Carl ,.Mill Pay loud and many otlici I Ili Doi is 11,,, KHNI Itb( l ,.,itsii i i I \<1,1,1", ", "II "'t" ell 1111 I'.tg, r, .. I
plans for repairing the clubhouseand Drawdy and Goo N. Wakefield
roof. It was reported that I 1.-
$3565 cleared on the dunce PLANS FOR DISTRICT
held in the Chamber of Commerce I: POPPY DAY M.\DE

building and sponsored by the I;1 Plans for poppy day to be heldon
;junior and senior clubs will be I May 28, the day of the second WHY NOT
used to repair the clubhouse.
I primary, were completed at a called -
Mrs. Emmett Crowson presentedthe meeting of the John G. Sallev
club with a 1939 scrap book Post Legion Auxiliary Hondas
illustrated with hand paintings. I night at the home of Mrs. J. A
The names of Mrs Luella Kav- Smith.

ney, Mrs. Homer Davis and Mrs. I Mrs Harold Sheffield, poppy day
II. B. Beattie were presented as chairman, announced that two or
prospective new members. It was three members would be stationed Sears
voted to extend half-year mem- at each polling place in Perrine.
berships to members coming into Goulds, Princeton, Florida Cm
the Club irt November nnd Homestead I
After the June meeting the club I Members present were: Mrs W

will disband for the summer E. Rheney, Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson 1940CmpW
Following a covered dish luncheon Mrs Jesse Gossmnn Mr E
the members spent the after- J. Norman Mrs E. J. Norman .It *,
noon in planting and fertilizing Mrs. Lamar Kendrick, Mrs Go,
plants and shrubs and beautifyingthe W Turner, Jr., Mrs H. M Ewing
club grounds. Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle Mrs Shet
Those present at the meeting field, Miss Ruth Fox and Mi
were: Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe Mrs Smith NEWCOMMANDER
I. P. McLean Mrs. J. D. Perkins
Mrs. H. Ruegg Mrs. P. J. Franklin Mis M. F White and Mrs. Ben
Mrs B. E. Gathn Mrs Jack Archer attended the annual bun
Hammett, Mrs. Herman Hunlein quet of the Dade County CHIP, tl
Mrs W. R. Anderson Mrs. Elliott I of Parent-Teacher Association III
Mrs. Foulk Mis Faust, Mrs. Calk- Miami Wednesday night

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"+++. +++++++++++++ general pie crust pointers water added can make or break
For double-crust measure the pie crust. Sprinkle the water
I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS I I pie
Hints out 14 cups of sifted flour; from on the flour and fat mixture i

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teaspoon of salt; and about 21, dampened part into Bough Then
Kt 1)1.AS I) 11)18'lD son !MM Carl F. Robinson and tablespoon of cold water. An all- push this aside and add water to
TO MtF; BIMHT; sn'rER Mrs. Hazel Dcgleman
purpose flour that Is a blend of the rest of the fat and flour a
Plans for a benefit coveted dish Others present were: Mrs. Grace soft and hard-wheat flours is bet- portion at a time until the wholeIs
were discussed at all- Smith Mri E. J. Norman Mrs.E. stiff dough. Roll
supper nn ter for pastry than a very soft a out on a
day meeting of the Ludie Aid J. Norman Jr. Mrs C. L. because the dough it easierto lightly floured board.
of Oolej, Mrs R. Y. Burr Mrs Geo. 4.+++++++++a++i++++ flour
Redland Community Church handle and the pastry Is more For some pies, the crust shouldbe
M. Frick Mrs. A. F. Darling, Mrs.
Wednesday at the home of Mri PASTRY
Lard lard baked first-either the
flaky. compound or on Inside -
Mary Rhodes, Mrs Nettie Wall
Frank W. Stillman. 'Mn H J. Armstrong and Mis R. Pies, and tarts are nmong the one of the hydrogenated fats is or the outside of the piepanfor -'
The supper will I be held In the C. Jackson most popular of cool-weather desserts I commonly used In pastry; all are about 10 minutes at 400 degrees -
church on May 26 beginning at 'satisfactory Fahrenheit until I lightly
6.30 o'cIOt'k. Mri Carrie McCul- And though pie eaters and brown. Fruit
pies with a pre-
JmiKli and Mrs Anna Mcsiersmithv CONCERTED JEWESS !SPEAKS art( eaters may differ radically I Mixing the pie crust takes place buked crust need from 25 to 30minutes
In two steps First, cut the fat into
AT W. M. U. DISTRICT MIET
ill bt in charge when It comes to choosing favorite the flour and salt Then add the I I in a moderately hot oven
'I 1"-', day was spent in making again Miss Phyllis Sokol a convened fillings, on one point they all water slowly (373 to 400 degrees F.). Double-
,' i for t' "ociet>' The group Jewess \\';'5llIe That Is. the crust shouldbe
the flour nnd
agree Cut the fat Into
at,1,I nut nrxtVtdni! '>day nt tin i (it District! 4 of the Worn in s !baked flint need about. 25 minute.
1 h. Ii' "f :M 1'0 1JII11,1n; tu u iki Missionary t' n i 1011 of B" pli!",I Iihuiihe tender und flak'. salt with a pastry cutter a fork]l in n hot oven ((425: degrees:( F ) ota '
,,in.a fui.(1 i.iv. ifttinoin ...t Some pic caters like, this fluky I a couple ot knives, or work It in little longer if the fruit doesn t

I '" i I 1''i, ii ut,t out MiH .T. the Peruse! BIItl.1| t U.uicliMf crust to be fairly rich while others lightly with the fingertips. Con
A I i I'1"' VI :\1. Rimse\ : '. P. T. 'rll\ ken. supei'intend 1. like It not so i'ich. But a medium- I tinue until the fat Is m small
M, (;, ,, I JJ.uPI.vI,< J. T tnt of the Miami association! pn'"ded rich pie crust will please most of I pieces each coated with flour Librarian: "Sn'. we are about t III
J. When the mixing! looks much like close for the duIs; there ,m\ -
Mrs McDonald chuiimin the most of the i
consumers
h. ,'i,, M C G01.: .,,". :Mis pie '
'. of the Jewish missionary/ time. I cameo corn meal begin to add the' thing you would like' to take out "
'I'hnni.s Htxuu Mis Gio \\ I
Tai, II"i i .itMrs: :'lIce lough nnd work conducted the devotional Here Is one formula for a med- i final ingredient, water. I II I Patron: Why. yes. How about
Mi. Slillmun Mrs. S. L. West sang a solo accompanIed I ium-rich pie crust along with some I 1 Both method and amount of the brunette in the red dress"
I by Mrs. Floy Watson I

A rXIU.RnUlls REPORT Those attending! from Homestead -
01 :MRS R. F. HLMKtORDMrs I were: Mrs. E. H Collier
Mrs. G. A. West Mrs. S. L. West'I
R F. Blackford re-
Raw a
Mrs. Annie R. Butler Mrs. Pete
pUll of the diocese convention at
Morgan Mrs. Gordon I\ey and Nominate
the meeting of the Woman Aux-
Mrs. Watson.
ili.ny of the St John's Episcopal
Church Fiuliy afternoon lit the ,
home of Mrs. A. H. Singleton In KAPPA PHI DELTA SORORITY
Hedlund. PLANS SLUMBER: PARTY

Mr. Blackford was a delegate I Members of Kappa Phi Delta '

tu the convention held at Fort sorority planned a slumber party SPESSARD HOLLANDA
Pierce In April. at their meeting' Mondiy eveningat
The hostess served fresh strawberry the home of Miss Mary Grace I
Ice cream and angel food I English. The slumber party will i iI I
uike i be held Saturday night at the home
The next meeting will be held 'of Miss Betty Brown.
on Tune 7 with Mrs. Ruth L. Scott. Those present were: Mrs Ansel I Clean-Cut Candidate
Those present at the meeting I Barrow sponsor. :MIss Nina, D\il l.
voao Mrs W. K. lions Mrs Geo Miss Claudia Cotiner, Miss Betty
.
N Wnkefield Mrs C E. Schaff Jane Me> benaJH Frances Lamb,
MiRilph Kingmun Mu W J I Miss Wi\ H ,ifon, Miss Don:
(CI I irk Mis John Julian Mrs. J A i Vrr MLss Btnpn md the hostessIDR.M.A.BERGER For GovernorWho

Hooks, Mrs C. R Singleton, Mrs
UuthiD I >nbMis J. E dmensMi I
Siott Mis B'.uktoid' .mdMi

'. A. U Singleton does not stoop to vicious personal attacks over
Dentist
MKS l'U'\DIt.R HOSTESS! 10 |
IMltSHlTlRUN uIL11RY'Sirs the Radio as his opponent is now doing.
Office Hours 8:30 4:30I
(' Ben Plummet was :

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,of' lluim-tt PI,, b.\'I""I.1I1" Church j I First National Bank i

,II t her hone in Rt'ell.in T I L. lodges, had. charge; )! Building
I Ill(' H iislnp, 'l'I", lie assisted I bMi .\ i Whitehair the defeatedNAPOLEON
Pin! Haley. !Mrs .T R II,,'k- 1 Open Evenings by Appointment ,

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Fashion Walk Given Parker and Rex Romine. t line
Our contestants In the swimming' Cleanersand ,
By Home EC Pupils'
contest were Jack Campbell.
Harold and Bill Hampton. Cecil LaundryCHARLIE FOR RENTFOR FOR SALE-Nice piece of business -

The home economics department Parker, Harold Hampton and Rex property Good price for
of the Redland school presented a Romine judged dairy cattle at the DEARING :Mir. RENT-Two bedroom house cash Ben]. W Morris, registered

fashion walk in the Redland school tournament.All I All conveniences, hot water ral estate broker, next to Baptist -

auditorium last night Miss Bertha completely furnished Eva Colin Church Krome Ave., Homestead -
of the members enjoyed their j SUITS
Nil! Hausman, home economics 49c .. Modcllo (fintf)
visit to the pre-cooling plant and
teacher, had charge of the fashion
Clyde Beatty's Lion Farm outside FOR RE Apartments. Sum

psrade. Foil Lauderdale. They also visited, :Men's Women's mer rates Ben). W. Morns, WANTEd
f The eighth grade girls' speech the German ship in the liarboi Clerked registered real estate broker
class presented an old-fashioned Monday night the Redland Chap- IIATS BlockedWash : 45 c REAL ESTATE WANTED llivi

melodrama, "Fireman, Save My held RENT: YOUR HOCSE-furnelteo Three clients t who VHIII nimiWhat -
ter a meeting with all officers
[ Child' Miss Jewell Turner directed present. H. A. Aman, Jr, presented or unfurnished, I haw year have you? One want .; ,
> the play. 'round clients Benjamin W. small grove and home; another' ,
I I a report of the father and son I : :
/' banquet which was held at tin PANTS 20c :Morris registered real estate large grove, with Income, mother -.

t\ Lydia Vlhlen and Alice \Vysong. 'Redland Woman's Club, Fnda\ broker :N Krome ave, next to who wants to glade "t\,

of the Redland High School 4-H May 10 Harold Hampton reported Bipti Church (julfftf) property. J. K. Dorn 214 II.cyou ..;-

club, will attend the short course I on the trip to Fort Lauderdale SHIRTS 10c AI', de. Phone :J,:J4tttliiil :

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y June. it was announced at the 4-H
I' achievement day last Saturday I I I Hcdland Girl ScoutsBy DRESSES 49c XFI\ V1'LONCANNON: HOMERY TITORII'AliTED: .-- high

1 t held in Central School in Miami. KTI1LEENGNFR ,', 1.dl' if i-oal. tin and staterl'onu school and grade school subjects.

I in and ".t'them at the Mrs 11. J. Armstrong A IJ.
The girls were awarded the ll'lpr ."."'...."'....."".",."""" """"'"."" ",..,',..,., ,.,'". Ladies' If"wte..d.Irlety Stoie Plummer drive and
r for their all-around work. I. | Country
Toop 38 met in the art room COATS (pmlT-an ,i, Club road.
Both the grammar school club 49Ct.
Tuesday afternoon. The
and the high school club will retaIn troop
FOR NOTICES
SALE-One good milk
young LEGAL
I flag had just armed The colors
their charters. were presented and Kathleen Wagner goat $30 Goat milk 30c quart I

Twelve girls from the grammar explained the meaning the SKIRTS 25 I Sam It, Davis; Farm Life load, runt II err TAX/.11"411011I III-KII HK
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school club and ten from the high "trefoil" insignia.. C Vp 'z south of Kcdlund] xchool.pm24). Chapter 171 If Ann ,.f 1H\
school club attended the achie\e- I ( File Ni,. A.ftltf.S
NNIh. it hereby .."" that 11. e'. I"...
< tiwt day In Miami. Teenie Torbert, program chairman Damp Wash, 12 Ibs. 49c I I holder "( state and County 'l.. (.. ..hi.nu .
presented a program consisting FOR SALE Tmptcai plants clt- .. Nu sn7a. J974. 1.7g sea IWJ. ,.",,-,.
I
eaMN iooonnIIIINIIIIIININIIN11.N" (3e each additional pound) UM Mh day "f July A. l>. '''SI. M. 'IKil
of: Sarah Vihlcn, reading rut trees and troplcu fruit in ..aanIn my offlr and h.. ....$ apply''
RED LAND F. F. A. "The Old Clock on the SUirs" i Flat Work Ib. 7c I eases. Jungle Grove, Kedland i tlun fora t..< d..-4 to Iw issued .10...."nSlid
.. ...... eVrufir.l. ..lira.the toll.I lnii
LEWIS VRANA, Reporter Elouise Robinson, the "Lifeof road and Plummet drive dnrrlbtd pn.H-rly In the f',unly "f ,I-.I. .
.. state nl '1",,,.., ....,it.
,."..,..\" ..-'('-.......'''.''..''''..tiiniiThe "...'''....... Florence Nightengale'; Kathleen Commercial Flat, ]Ib. 4c ,I'I Lot II. IUd S. Miiluh H.....'.
( Campbell and Kathleen Wagner ($1 Minimum FOR SALE-Babbitt, 20c a pound. Amrndnl'. Huh Plat Hnik 2>. I"." .
)
Redlatad F. F. A, members I several popular numbers Pray Feed Store (m3-17) 21. I In Dvrn.n. H.. Town.hip. IX If,.ial,I,
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Niinnl l Fret! 'In Ihr county f lied.5'.t. "
who went to the F F. A. district on their cornets. Group singing of Fl..rid, a. rmlmn-d. I., I' ,ilitl
tournament at Fort Lauderdale,j followed 1 1I ,.u :N,, i'ni Th. iwrammt Ia
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CALLED FOR ANDDELIVERED I "I I ,I- !', ray under the aid I', run,
H. A. Amim Jr. ,
Monday were: ..
I Miss Small gave out some H'. i. 1 in the n.m. "f I o
Earl and Reid Wysong, Harold and kn .n.
(I badge recently] received, and took First Choice 1 t I I., HI"lk .1 I. HlKllh llllKlKIh
Bill Hampton, Eugene Ingram .
Am""I..1 n Ruh" 1'1.H..k ". Im' '
Dean Sickle Jack and Dick Campbell collections for troop number insignias Phone 79 Caves Bldg "1 ,n fir. t I"Ii I'' ru.n.o5", ssNxXte II"",".
for the sleeves of uniforms. Homestead riot Among Boy MaeazlnesBO'S' II I...' '" the C.".... ..( nSim. xar '
Charles Sweeting Cecil I II h ,r.da .' ,mbrsr.l. in 1 ,
Nine uniform. e I'". ,''''' "Xtoe the Irw,
,'. ".." ... In the nMidame "r N
WHO WOULD Those present were: Marie'' LIFE 0.'" .1.1",...".

Roger, Rosemary Henmngton i day night :Mrs. Blackbuin i, .i r H L.t,.h'.. I"a a Ruh 1HI'k\ 1'101 1 IItN.k I. ",Hi.h'. I'" I h

efavf "I Rosemary Bulk, Kathryn Levy, i member of the county council l i rondard let tlhorMe tor All toy 11 nnnnr; : A.-Ilon tl lit.: Id.In the Tnwn.hip Counl..I:: ''.v, !b.:::?, ,
Kathleen Wagner, Kathleen Camp-:1 Dinner served to eighty adult .
eras ".a. f '1-14. or.h d.XI '
The pupil of nIP human eve becomes bell. Ehiia Burr, Grace Burry, leaders. Reports were given nt Its editors, writers end .",... ,:.I I I I""I. ;,I.rr 1\ ;,.Lail,, I 'r 'h.::":.,:..axtr ..:" ,,:" I
smaller with age More 'T, clmi Johns. Hazel John, Marion I the Girl Scout: Leaders Contortion recognised the best,In their' flel" o.nd ..a. ,1, n..m' .r II I I IL'

light Is therefore needed for reading DPC-CJ Chm.'tteIunay., Verna 1 held Winston Salem recently 1' ".,.' "A I. I M l'' Il ....
older F.vendeiwi. Tetmc Toibcit :j'Lnii Tim reported that Dude Couniv An Ideal Gift for Any Boy II I'n ,.,.., ., ,..I, I"",u It
at one grows _, ... .,
Belle Bonds Evelyn second Send ".50 for year's 1' "' '" II I' I "
Goss- was In enrollment in HIP .
R"I" i I. a Godsend :t.i Me, .H I < "h II."". I..' '"
folkmuch icid man Gloiia Woodruff, Sarah i southern conference first in uniforms bserIPilon[ ( 1 ?nl." r I''..,,, ..r 1 I'I If ,.,
,1 ho prefer not to a i "'10,.....' ,., ,, ., ,
\
I, usual.! It is Huh had 'lo Vihlcn Elouise Robinson. I leaders and Rills 81 percent n.,. ,."" '" ,,( .,,1, f'ro", ,,,,, .
tugged ode.Esereepwfe.; , ,, .
,
the ''H" a, well no ,1 MIII" e' < fpk R'fleshnwntsWI:c ,mcd the peg ef ni pleture..i ants.."..... I "",, 1 1I 1'. ,....
ll closed leaders in Dude Count i and l 75: I' t ,'., ,,, ,' '
ind e-nteitainmi v V1 t bcmx .1 .1,1'
i meeting "
i tse "ps .. end lok.l. .Iniplr.- "
|Jingles .. ,
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'cent of gills (1,600 guts ).Ide "' '''' "
in
your tt I is not functioning: <)' Ih-1 ung .in.l,I l\,i', i; n [-y taught anew articles...tuulln* "" ,. ", '" ," ,,, II "
'. .Ill 'Countvi have unifnimD, U' ,' I'" XI lh., I" II d. .
I) efb > ldl-\Ie simic giuiiL "
:
made S2200nn annual cookie. I \I I ,' I I II I II
mak .. 1 The !girls will soil cookies, ,md -'ale :: e :: I Ia ,\I"., ,I. ':, .ii I v ,r .1"I v "I'
which was $.00 ahead of any other !"" i
L C. DODD R \1)10 SUES & : candy at the program at the school of F ii 'LF.t1Jn muss 1'
SERI ICE I I iTnn-dn' night to pay for their I'I county in southern giuup but they SCOUTS ,k ., ,
109 V Krome Ate.. Homestead II o.p. !115g. I also reporter! that Dade County : perk Avenue NtwTM-k N.V. ., ""t. I ,
Phone 534 1 11 has the greatest turnover of amgioup f' url'Rt11I'. I ,
M -' Small ,,:eiutbd the leader The average membership .t. :- .. J "
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m< itiiK t .11 tic, 'home' of :Mis: F: of a Dade County Scout i<. llmi -----

E HI.,ikbLin 'HI :Miami last Tues- ;i teen months. J ...
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i Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE_ Friday. May 17, 194<1

Relti Mill Martha Close and Miss NMI
NEW\ BENNY FILM,] Lou Belle Grennell.
Presentation of the certificateswere
WACKY WESTERN pert of a program which was Won
Climaxed by the reading of the
oath of allegiance to 129 aliens by
1 Ll NW5ia"
IS I HIS I FUNNIEST Federal Judge John W Holland.
The local group was taken to
the park: by Ceo, N. Wakefield.IOLYMOPIA. +-

A saga of the sagebrush thafs .. . . .

more happily wacky Into the than Olympia wild galloped Theatrelast 11 lU Bulk Brown: I Any BrandMilk Sun-Brite Dried

night to reveal Jack Benny '
Beans
Lima
Sugar 'Cleanser
the kilocycle kid, as the only cowboy I
In the world with a \,iletmd ,
the valet none other thin the IN lib.. 25c 19C 13 CHI 19 Cs
inimitable Rochester The title of THEATRE 3 cans 3 cans 3 Ibs. .....
this lyric rodeo of fun is "Buck

Benny Bmnys Practically Rides Justly Again the famous entire" radio ion pi- :MUMI HI Royal arms Coffee AL\b RISDS 25c N I IStokley's

grim have turned up for his identures Friday thru Sunday
\ among the dude ranches :May 17-18-19
md the over-stuffed cactus Andy
Dennis (30 till 1 p m., 40c till 6 p. m; Products 2lb.
Devine Phil! Harris Day pk*.
I 55c Evenings)
,in all present and excellent in
!thnr specialties, while Ellen Drew, STAGE 1\ PERSON PEACHES >
0\ THE (Melba ;Calves" ) No. 2/ can. .18c
Cu i Wlnu Dale, Lilliun Cornell nnd
fell
tho Abbott Dancers ably and up-I RAINBOW UEVUE" FRUIT COCKTAIL, No. 1 tall can .. ... .15c 19cGauze
plIn/olly,] / represent the feminine
ntinifi-nt' / Featuring ROYAL ANNE: CHERRIES, No. 1 can 19c

i,iic,It' was Jack a Benny's stroke of newest genius opus to lo-in I' HARRY SAVOYA HONEY-POD: : PEAS, No. 303 can ......... .15c

1 UK slide open spaces, in the face Fool There Was REI KIDNEY BEANS, No. 2 can ............10c
if the comedian's known ivtrn -
TOILET TISSUE
'to horses and fresh air I
RiU heater under a ten-giillon hat BULK
I' I ii'.thor sight to spe OV THE SCREEN 25c
flu'\'e's a mad sort of plot un- MEAL or GRITS, 5 Ibs. .14c 6 rolls .
di rh ing the antis of "Buck Benny Jack Benny and
Hide-, Again" Our hero, In love "Rochester""BUCK C\MPBEI L'S
lip lu the eyebrows with Ellen Kraft's
TOMATO SOUP: cans..25c25c
Drew, drags his gang out to the -In- ChocolateMALTED
I i miiut, West In a vain effort to
i 111pl"< ,< this little lady with his DENNYRIDES : : FAC TORY PAt'KED MILK
'"1111
In the land of the dude lunches AGAIN" ItiMal'A 5.lb bag 29cEXCELL
11. participates in runaways, fist Lh. ran. .......... ...
!lights\ and robberies, nil to no
,Ji And then,Just in he is about :Monday thru Wednesday
III he t'Uuntelout uf her favor, a :May 20.U-Z2 SERVED COLT) ALL DAY
I"I"'IIIUS] climax situation provides
(25c till 1 mMSc till ap.re.'
p.
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th opportunity that lights herI
40c Evenings: ) Soda or Graham I
I rk of love i
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RoberF Young
I CRACKERS1lb.pkg.
Local Girls Take Part Y 2 BOTTLES, GET ONE FREE
lIelen''''Gilbert; BIG BOTTLE
In Citizenship KitesIliee spur Root Leer Organ.
I D.ap.-C.e.m Soda Goldee PLUS PIPOfIT IOC
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Hoimtead girls were I IPillsblll'Y'S
i nnn 11 group of fll'IllIncoleu I "FLORIAN"llalslill .
hn wne presented with lertifi-
'" lIt citizenship by the Re\ .'
H ''iird" Evans, rxiuiimKI'- I 1 Flour 5ib.bag 27cll I
dent ol the 'I"llrll i i ("ogress.raton .
Mu roll Drm loll \ mIi I .3'
nt I"ilk Mi, i iii, Fuesd,,\' .a,
1 .' v \1', \,.1 .'rime (GoldenRipeBananas ,ytmgts' Lei{ 3 U>. MH 1 It. tan
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CRISCO 49c 21c


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GUEST I IVORY- SmallCAMAY
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New Red BlisKPotaloES t'O c 6c


\ The Skip ofpMAY
Mean Guaranteed Used Cars 5 Ibs. 17c r, Bsaafifal3 Women for 19cOXYDOLlC
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SEDAN-Mcchanicalicd.19.J7 CobblerPotatoes' 'i.

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TRUNK SED.\'J-\le'h"icalizl'd.: : c

19! .{,> PLYMOUTH DELUXE: TUDOR TRUNK FRESH COUNTRY
SEDAN-Mechanicalizcd. 10 Ills 25c
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ROLL BUTTER lb------
19:16: FORD 1'2' i TON CAB AND CHASSIS; long ,

w heel Mechanicalized.. Iceberg DEXTER

1935 CHEVROLET Hi TON CAB AND FLAT I Lettuce2heads SLICED B BACON, lb. 21 C

BODY; long wheel base-Mechanicalized.
CUT FROM HEAVY HESTERS BEEF

19c CHUCK ROAST, Ib. 2 7 ClEAN

Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest .

Chevrolet Dealer on Florida East Coast Home Grown and MEATTSPARERIBS
Homestead Florid Telephone 98 15
STRING" BEANS lb. _ C

MILK FED-BOVED AND ROLLED

DR. C. II. DENBY I II I 5c VEAL ROAST, Ib uu. .. 29c


Osteopathic Physician :I Home GrowlSquash GEORGIA

SMOKED BACON, lb. u. 18 C

Phone 39Homestead ;


Fla. Lb. 5c TENDERIZED HAMS, V2 or Whole, lb. 25 CPace
(Over Browi. Drug Store) I

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