The leader-enterprise
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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 24, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00280
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Many Tomato Growers Recoup Losses

RECREATIONBOND ;, As Rainless Weather and Prices Hold PLAN

ISSUESUP I Tomatoes of the district -enjoyed: nice money," it vas \ualed this 1'\rmy
I week TUB WEATHERItal Navy Head to
a growing *tiut.h of more than ".
I rainfall! Most of the tomato growers orn.lal ,,..,th.r a.t "r .h. "hl,,,nisi I Hear Homestead's Rid
month with
no damaging "
''II Sx..rtm..t: S'at"" IIn"' tn.I pl.s.1.t for Training Post
Iln made the "last minute profit -- :
and the result IK that man rower, M.. M,.. K.t M.in
TO VOTERSBaker's have out down their margin of loss for their products were small opleritors May 17 !'II 67 JO III

caused by earW-seaKon diownouts although several large May 18 84 63 ill!I 97 0 33 BIRD CITES MERITS

I and the freeze. md in some in- 'growers were able to cut down May 19 86 61 OF LOCAL TEI21:.\ INStrategic
their deficit 20 89 60 29.87
stances obtained fairly good "sum- May
Haulover) Section One big scale farmer potted May 21 89 62 2904 003 and GeolncK.ilApocts

Also in County Proposal his anticipated loss of $30000 has May 22 95 63 30,00
on May 28 :SECOND PRIMARY:been educed to $3000 | May 23 18 29 96 Here HoldUnexcelled )

Comparatively few tomatoes are -- -- -

TOLL CAUSEWAY FOR BALLOT LISTS packets rolling at reported present" they and plan several to RAZING USELESS hull i,,-< pent turn vv ,itli 'I I" a.i if

SOUTHERLY ISLAND lope next week. There are plentyof I )l< nu'Htewd In seeking p.toI I h' .

20 CANDIDATESIn tomatoes at present, but pricesare EYESORES HERE mint of ,1 government air h,.,,, in i
Two Miles of Ocean Frontto heading for rock bottom because I'
area was promised In s.11.1-)
of the of the
opening season -
Be Given by Heirsof I in other parts of the state, it AIM OF CHAMBER 1 lOll' C mdo 1 Pepper and ('..ntc.n ?- t
thel- .
Matheson selections for said
making was mm Pdt Cannon in ti !<'u'1/i/'' idIPifitun

!national, stile md county officeholders ,, --- I B. Bird vesteulivi

Whether or not Dude County ( voters of this area will Hume or ill dilapidated buildings ..
POPPY DAY i I Mi Bird la chairman 0'I 01 i "imittic -
voters favor a bond issue for the ',peruse a list of only 20 candidatesin : that air fire hazards. minni- appointed by the city ."nril '-

development of Biscayne Key and ,I, the second primary Tuesday PROCLAMATION: tary or uninhabitable will be requested Monday night to seek \ .,.vq
Miami Bench, Immediately north of I' I md means of obtaining the n n Id
The election is expected! to be 1 1I. of the city council in a
"The city of Homestead responded I for this area. He sent teleMi.tin'
Baker's Haulover
as public recrea-I'|I.In direct contrast to the first jiri-) ,resolution to be drafted and presented -
with highest patriot-
asking help Wednesday to s<'naton -
tional beaches will be mary when the voting continued
ism to our nations cull for by the Redland DistrictChamber I Andrews and Ppppi, nil 1
the second primary Tuesday.. far into the night because of and I
I II defends in 1917 and 1918 and of Commerce, it was dacidcd Congressman Cannon. ire the
The vote on the bathing beach unusually lengthy ballot. Election .
sent of Its young men at a meeting of the chamberdirector committee with Mr. Bird (
many in nin-
project) !Is for freeholders only. The I I officials said the coming pri- I
Jaw Into the fighting forces Someof I Wednesday night cllman Frank B Rue, md H, rims
that within
provides a majority of mary will end well the prescribed |
'' these men sacrificed their I The dhectorsoted to contact Brooker, Jr.
freeholders '
must vote nnd a majority period of voting, from 8'
lives m the nation's service : C T Thajei area supervisor for Mo reply had been I'Cl'el'ff l ore
of those
casting ballots must I!o'clock in the morning until sundown [
vote yes' to authorize the issue dying with more than 100,000 I the NYA to obtain a youth projectto Senator Andrews up to .i I 10110' ",' '''II'
other Americans to bring vietoiloua information clerk and ; .
The keep an lust nuchtMr
acquisition of Biscayne I Key I I The second primary candidates
beach will be followed by con- are as follows: peace I attendant at the festival building !' Bird's telegram re..ri,, ...
that the service Mr Allan said he conferred with
of It Is fitting : follows:
struction a causeway and will i[ For president! elector- Iris
provide a real ocean beach muny ;,Brown and Frank B Dow ling. and sacrifice of these gallant Mr. Thayer and learned that itl I "We respectively urge vnin miirtt -

miles closer to South Dade residents [ For United States senator ; young men should be commemorated I would be possible to obtain such a 'lation of our mm tin.Imu '.Pea.

than Is Miami B Charles O. Andrews and Jerry W.I| annually by appropriate project for work in the buildingand lor air training field. We I ifir
key, to which the Homestead'I Caiter public observance As I on its giounds Local boys terrain of n..turlll'ftCk fnund"n'

Girl Souts make their annual j For gOI'ernor-Spessard L Hoi- !' the poppy which grew on the and girls would be employed and in unlimited .mounts Loej waila

camping trip, lies east of Mathe- land and Francis P Whitehair I : battlefields where so many of I the NYA would pay them $1250 ,1\ b IP are efficiently fur I Slum,

son Hammock, which is about For attorney generalEdwardR. them fell, has become their for a 10-hour month, Mr Allan I inhabited ar ,<.. Our illmafc offers -

five miles south at Coconut Grove 1. ntley and J. Tom Watson memorial flower, there couldbe I said. I practi' > twenty-four 'I"". air

Biscayne Key is five miles long]I f, state treasurer-J, Edwin I no more appropriate observance I A fee of $10 per month for the flYing time Locations easily .>1'.I -
than a general wear- dancing'' iiwiblp to transportation t.cIt, .,i,,,.s
and the development is plannedfor Lars "i and W M Wainwright I use of the building by
the two north miles. Most of I I J i circuit judge, Group One- I ing of the poppy in their classes was decided upon i Fresh water supply unlimited \ "II
the property is owned by heirs of,noe Brunstetter and Ross Wil- honor. I All claims now outstanding -trullnn t i of field! could hr ?'-

the late W J. Matheson, who sev-I '. Therefore, I do hereby pro- (Continued on Page Six) (Continued on Page Six ,
llut I claim Tuesday, May 28, as I .
1'1'01 years ago donated Matheson' r circuit judge, Croup Three -
Hammock to Dade County :-C E, McCaskill and Worth IVTu Poppy Day In the city:: of
Through a series of 'irllI Homestead, and urge all citi- I Miami Would Be First to SufferIn

option have been I state senator Ernest R. zone to show remembrance of
two north miles of negotiationJ'l Gn! im and William J. Pruitt. the honor for the men who I Blitz nrieg Against U. S., Claim)

land will be conveyed rr legislature, Group Two-- gave their lives In World War I -

ty, without cost by Mrs Willis D. Th ,.is B. Everhart and Marshall service by wearing poppies on 'stave off a lightning thrust
Wood, Hugh Matheson and Malcolm C. 1 L,art that day:' | A blitzkrieg ,IK.nnst the United I I "Our first line of defense the

Matheson f : judge of civil court of rec T. J. HARRIS, i I States probably would come from I navy, I n the best In the world .md
the south through western South ,
The ultimate development and I ordNorman Hendry and John J. Mayor of Cit of | could well ,acquit itself with nj
American countries and Central
(Continued on P Six) Ln .Ise) I Homestead I American countries and the Can- I foreign sea arm," Mr. BliKMiiit'

it could I lint
i bean Sea, and Miami would feel continued. However
Indian River Tomato i Baptist \\orshipers Attend Last its first blow docln- the Rev
I Early Harvest Is Under JVajt R F. Blnckfird, paste St' John's I oth the Atlantic and Paclnt if

Service in 27-Year-Old Church Building i ; Episcopal Church a" officer of I more than one nation sought" to
; '' State | invade the United States
Vero Beach" May 23 (FNS)- the United rye corps,
In stalk befog 4 I.,..:, ..tead I Mr. EUckford mid this notion
Seventy-five persons who were Red d Du, ct, of all denominations I Harvesting of Indian River County Rotary Club W ,day. Is woefully Licking' in war materials -

converted In the First Baptist w e r esptciallytinvitedgucts I estimated 800 acres of tomato haveto 1 and the ammunition i on
Church building W. Third street at th, service: They 1I'f'r I "The Unit "III'S may .
'" was well under way this week, I with coalition hand would not be enough t t. I I".tha
and Krome avenue, during the 27 Into ,' JC": '. 'he Rev. J. E, Johi engage in i a If an hour in a major battle
20 .. with the peak of shipment expected : of Japan, Russia and Germany it
yean of its existence, persons stone, panto. 4 stood to receive { "
who attended the first service in the acclamation of the congregation -I to be reached the latter part'' the allies lose the present war. I "We have only 1000! modern
I II he .aid "To strike at u. t..- my airplanes h* said Germ III.V"
be of next week.
It and the first couple mar- Dr Johnstune'i sermon topic '
Colombia, in the air I. -
would Brazil, preparedness ividrnred
ried In It, Mr and Mrs J Tom was "And Their Works Do Follow This season'i tomatoes are the overrun
Vann, were honored at the final Them" finest quality ever produced here, ) Venezuela, Haiti and Cuba and by Hitler's innoum mint
the northward through t1 he would be willing to urlI -
service in the structure Sunday Work of razing the building I according to growers Despite s i sweep ,
Our defense I hall of In for '. u
Florida present one ur
morning started this week, and it Is ex- tendency for prices to drop, they
would be uUly, ,in ,I I Ii !n..te i 1 10 (ltlll1ued: on Page Six I
Piom P -ncstead and the (Continued oa Page Six) remain at a satisfactory level i! I

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Pare Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May 24, 1940 ,1

POPPIES ON SALE Florida City Alien 1\1C\ OF C BUILDING Miss Richards Candidate

1 Sent to Ellis Island: 'For Degree at Wesleyan DO NOT

TUESDAY TO AIDNATION'S I Alfio Scudcr, 42, an Italian alien j 'WORK PLANNED i Miss Edna Nell Richards daughter i

who has been a fruit and vegetable; of the Rev J. J. Richards pastor BE 1
grower at Florida City for the pas' ) of the Homestead Methodist
three years is at Ellis sland N. Y Church and Mrs Richards, will be
awaiting deportation to Graner-, I 'graduated with honors by Wesleyanr MISLED!

will ;; I Il I esposto, Italy. I i College, :Macon, Ga. at annual
c. P
Poppy Day and Thayer area uper\'lso:
Suderi jumped ship at New commencement exercises to be held
tizens of Homestead and the York 15 and located| 'ot the National Youth Admlmstrar'tion "j I
yean ago The Real
Red land District will r | Monday. She is a candidate for
be given another '
I near Boston, it was said. Foul announces that he will be in the bachelor of arts degree Her -- -
rH flower opportunity of Flanders'to buy fields the to little aid months ago immigration official I,Alto new Chamber of Commerce i class will be the centennial grad- tIssue in ThisCampaign
:"., disabled veteran located him at Florida City and ,building, at 2 o'clock Monday toi uating class of the college which
of the fIrst IW I
'started deportation proceeding i I receive application from young I I was founded in 1840 Is
-- against him His crop at that t: women and young men between I Mr and Mrs Richards and then :
,tme were not harvested, and he i, the alas of If and 25 who deiire!''daughter Miss Jamie Louse Rich-
j .*as given permission to remain a i employment. i jards. were to leave b\ ittiruhli. "Whether You
few months his to leave Each NYA I .
on worker
promise receive I the morning t" "I Mend U.1" cyf : -
t ,,,:ununlv: He failed to keep his i f 12.M a month for 70 hours 01 r un comment('IIWI.t Are to Have
l r"m.'e. it was said and he was i work i _
la t .Kin .:ot.,. custody two weeks ago Five young people erv ng .n IndependentRepresentation
Dialing the UM World War shifts will be needed to keep the; 'PRUITT TO SPEAK
"",.,n: marine and in two occa- open daily from 8 till 6 o dock
,.,on \vj .board hips that were Each while on duty wIll serve us:!IN LOCAL PARK or You Are to Be
--- --'- 'ipid c' '>y G..rr.Ift submarines information clerk special helper ofi
He Kid '01 off cnl: he expected i the chamber and custodian of the RepresentedBy
a d War their fam : t, and the ," I : SATURDAY NIGHT
ibe u en d nto she army building as well as custodian' of
i m lies of the hero dead
when hi reaches his native shores the UFA art exhibits which Mill a Political
Poppy Day will be conducted | be placed there. These employees
members of the auxiliary of STREETPROJECT ,will also look after supplies of the I William J. Pruitt candidate for Machine"
lohn C SaUey Post, American federal art class, and do such other state senator will speak in Legion \

.Legion Tuesday Mill also be sec- 'I work as a assignedOther I Park at 7:45 tomorrow night
md primary day and the GIVEN
local NYA lobs are open>' Four years ago Mr Pruitt was
members will sell the flowers at I to j
all polling places from Pernne to young 'candIdate for the same post and In Selecting Your 't

Florida Citr I I 0. K. BY COUNCIL I lost in the second primary by State Senator, .

Mrs. Lamar Kendrick, presidentof SELECTEDi 72 votes
the Homestead Legion Auxiliary I Approval of plans for a WPA j A native of Sulphur Springs, Consider:

appealed to the patriotism and I{project for the placing of street]i NEW PRESIDENT I Texas, the candidate vat educated I :
humanitarianism of the moth and
people of t I markers together with street A. His pur-
the district to make the daa in the public school of that town 'l
financial and public property beautifica- ;and Marietta, Okla. He was graduated -' pose in seeking the
success "Poppy Day
bon was voted by the city council OF LOCAL LIONS
i day of gratitude and it gives The I ;, by the Cumberland Law' office.B. .
Monday night. project was
of i'l i School at Lebanon, Tenn, and interestsor
us a to show our presented A. R. Livingston, The special
prei, ,ation of semee" she said I civil engineer He said the i Th Rev Harley R Core was came to Miami to practice law mI political machine
It was 22 years ago-May, 1918 project would cost approximately elected president of the Redland I 192) A year later he married his
that American troops were be- $3.000, of which the WPA would District Lions Club at the annual I Mi"s Marguerite Hamilton sponsoring can
sinning to amve in great force 75 cert and the city wouldbe $election of the club held Tuevdaj %fr, Pruitt is a member of the didacy.
pay per 111
..' :' <. front in France and six required to pay 25 per cent. I night He succeeds John S Peter Sigma Nu Phi legal fraternity. C. Whether the temper-
r."i,,'h< later the armistice was The marker would be of the Other officers elected were first the Central Baptist Church. Townsend -
ament and political
Club No 7 and the Coral!
nt i and John
vice-president Grave
again ettabel
peace was three-foot high decorative concrete I. : sec-
In the world..' she said ,type now in use in Coral Gables ond \'Ice-pre.ctdent. U'.Iham I.! Way School Daddies Association policies are conducive -
f h. this history there is much I l I|standards bearing the name of Fisk: third e-president i Robert Mr and Mrs Pruitt have three to attainmentof

pire the American people to-i[each intersecting street Mr. Livingston |I 1C, MacDonell secretary Charles children. worth while public
fur a nation that could acI I' said. Two markers wouldbe iL, Ooley: tre isurer. Thomas E
h such a great victory then placed at each intersection for,!Kirby: lion Umer Robert G!enn. 'made by ballots which! the mem- ser\ Ce.
;j'wble' of greater accomplish- I the convenience of motorists driving I Jr..: tail tu ste-. Will..im W Allan. bers prepared purr to the meeting I). Whether the candi-
'oday. We know' only too in either of the four dlrec- 'I and dll'l't't'r '" 'l'r' o ,can. ltd vent ,alert to the ecre- date is arbitrarand
,at the price of victory mir lions he saId. S J L.nrn..ID.I t' R.n'. m i '. rDr RMm.or .1,> Mi Cure .
.. was the great number of Mr Wynn appointed Councilman Hold pier d.1. 'II. .' I'' ,i T- 'pi 1 | Iil'.t t lur : l' i'' < ,Un,:\ vindictive and i is
a: men who marched across W. R Bird and Mr Brooker boll and Re.! 'r T K".I 1 Mr l ot\ 'I 1 \1: K'ibv: ('Ie more interested in
Ids of France and fell inl i work with Mr. Livingston to obtain I,(I I"m ratsf..r. I' 'f" '. ,n. -, ci","I passing punitive laws
md we know that by their I Ie Io the project :
\\ were free from the Mr. Livingston also submitted, an I for personal vengeance -

..' Iv and orror of war in our I'estimate for a city survey and than in furthering -
I I' mapping project which would I' the interestof

:Methodists to Hear cost $21. of M,an and addition one for to the the construction city-I Keep South: Florida all the people of

Guest Pastors SundayT light and power plant The coun- his county.

cil took no action on ,these pro- Politics Clean E. Whether he is en-
\" guest preachers will be in lecta I gaged in am busi-
'ulp.t for Sunday services at I
Hnnetead Methodist Church Florida City Community Church ness which does or

.in"unced by the ReJ" ,and of the Redland Community. may profit by his
I. ..r J i" pastor Church, will, speak at the evening I public office.
1 H. B I. H. .in i'a>I..r. of ,service Music for the evening'rv 9
a"te his
F. powerof
I .(.t will, be .n the charge oft] I
Church" the umor choir of the local church office has been, of

Ik r ,e theRe The regular rroir 1\ill present the I will be used to further
'if., "f ', : musice' : n', IT..na sere cc busi
I his private

ELECT: ness.Whether his past '

t public -cr>'ke has

Roscoe Judge Brunstetter of NVote COUNTY.benefitted DAD I"I"G.


Group 1 ,I Let's Elect \

Publicly pledged to: .

t.-vre that all per,on* reordlraa of financial standing, hate William J. "Biff'
equal' arrew to this Court ta enforce their rights aad sew ri

Elitnmati Justice legal fchnlctlitiry and simplify court procedure f fa
I-Redure rt rests and expemr PRUITTOUR
4,-Expedite srUlenent and trial of ea.Eurd..e .....
i.- true Impartiality In the w" u.: and human, administration -

of jiuUre( P,," Adv Pad for Ioy F rd Spessard L Iloiknd

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Real Estate Gent lal Insurance I Governor and Ha e "

I' IndependentRepresentation

Cor. Palm A n. and A*e. II r torida City, Fla.
PHONES: : 511-J AM Ml-M (Paid for by Homestead Friends of Sprsaard L Holland)
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1 Friday May 24. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pale Three

!1 Dade All-Powerful: Through Loss of Poll Tax---Graham I

-- e e e e e e e 1111 111 e e .. e .e .

The greatest accomplishment of the aged of the state. This; $10.- track employees be Dade County R B Gautier ho spoke in behalfof CIM-V fmiuil) 11"1\1 I ,,
the Dad delegation in Tallahasseeat 000,000 distributed in Florida each residents" Mi, 1I<>lIand', candidacy for ie-.ui to the law .UidM H t \
the last legislative session was I year will mean increased "Mv for governor "Mr Holland has; an kinMin and 1 ,un muni, i, UK;
greatest reason wanting
the elimination of the
tax not
poll ity" the office I seek is to be of serv- enviable record of public service high tradition he set '
only because it Dade
saves taxpayers Senator Graham prosper-I'I and he will fill the highest officeIn -----
almost $200,000 per year I urged! ice to the people, said Thomas I
but because it permits the eners to check carefully B. Everhart, candidate for legislature the state to utmost satisfaction OR\SGE JUICE HELPFUL
be the most powerful In the dates before they cast their voteson ,, Group Two "If I am elected of the public," said the speaker Orlando May 23 (FNS) I 1)
state, declared Senator Ernest R. May 28, "You owe eit to yourselves I I shall go to Tallahassee with "He will work for the good of individuals David T. Smith Durham N c
Graham, candidate for reelectionin I to look into characterof I a co-operative attitude. I shall talk as well" as for all sections speaking before the Florida Tube, -
the second primary May 28, in each person seeking office. De- with the people concerning their of the state culosls and Health Association
on address in Legion Park Saturn ,! termlne if he plans to represent problems and wants and then layout C. W. Gramling, speaking In the here this week, urged that patients
n ., night special interests, or whether he is I II a careful plan of procedure" behalf of Francis P Whitvhair, be given; plenty of orange nun
Senator Graham |planning to represent Dade Countyand I "A member of the judiciary must I candidate for governor' charged to combat the disease, loniei *
was host to you," he said be Independent and keep the trust that Holland represented the big that citrus June aided in u ? \
other candidates at the ',I
and '
his speech climaxed the I I The office of judge Is one of' of the people," said Roscoe Biun- {money Interests of the state and erj
The other candidates evening I the most Important gifts within the'''t,stetter, candidate for circuit judge. |the chain stores He alleged Mr
ten minutes each in which were given |I power of bestowal by the people, I|Group I One He cited a long period I VhiU'halr I : has the indorsement of l'8mT Hill 1.14 B\ Jll\ I
their air said John J. Lindsey, candidate'I '':'of public service, Including a term the labeling man for whose welfare All those having bills '"u i -
views and their
present platforms I I for judge of the civil\ court of rec- :as mayor of Coral Gables and his he will work. counts against the Red land 1 Di.ut t
,ord, whose talk opened the rally ;I|i present vice-presidency of the Judge Ross Williams, candidateto Chamber, of Commerce in lurei \
"We-your three representativesin | "O.ily: men of highest Intelligence Crippled Children's Hospital Asso- i succeed himself as circuit judge, notified that all outstanding bill
the lower house and I In the whose integrity and fairness I elation ,I Group One' said the voters will: and accounts must be presentedIn
cenate-saw the need of using cannot be questioned and whose i i Geo E McCaskill, candidate for''!, return him because then are well writing not \later than Jut)
common sense business methods Instate I ability to give correct Interpretation I judge of the circuit court, Group'| aware of his capability In discharging lit, 1940, otherwise they will not
government and the need to to the law Is of the highest degree Three, said an aspirant for the |I the duties of the bench. be given serious consideration
Increase the state's resources without of perfection, should be per- position of the bench can make' He pointed out that he received W W ALLAN, President,
:dens< imposing additional tax bur. mitted to sit on the bench," he very few campaign promises other 17,747 votes in the first primary. T. E KIRBY, Treasures,
"and we worked toward these said. "My past personal record than to assure the voters he will ,I a total of 6,710 votes more than (1M 24-31, J 3))
tnds, the senator said. "In manyof has shown that I have the qualifications givefair and Impartial treatment his nearest opponent "I have had
these things we were successful to make you a good judge to- all business that comes before a long and successful experiencewith
:.during the past four years. I I have been In public life and him. He said he possesses honestyand I the law he said "I take Let GARLIC Help Fight
"You have seen how candidates have served the people. T have fearlessness and that, if elect- special pride in the fact that as a I Harmful Colon Bacteria
for state offices have flocked to made promises and I have kept ed, he will be under no obligations lawyer I won every case which I
;"Miami to make a strong play for them; I promised nothing that I te any faction, or individual.The took before the stale supreme 1 OK toted.f,sert.l..s. Matter Rse.fsl l Is tettmla r..e Mton I Is MMIIII.mmr be
-Dade County votes That was because knew I could not attain Whenhe voters of the state should court. Lawyers who have practiced r _nl". _sea ..* _.tut .'...* ..
h..d..h. dle..H. Ter DEARBORN:
4 they know that Dade coun- was a member of the state elevate the beat man possible to before my bench have respectedm I rt5'rrt.40.IH.Cone To.",.. Co.. mat
tians, now that the poll tax has'I legislature he refused to sponsor a the office of governor, and that decision and judgment 1.DJd: I.... .., rftlS Mui M.Y.ty
been removed, can and will playa bill which would extend one of man is Spessard L Holland, said whether or not the outcome of thi Dixie Drui.
major role: in state affairs The South Dade's commissioner's district -
elimination of the tax means also to include Miami Beach, he
that'the Dade delegation no longer :pointed out..
-will be forced to trade with other I Judge Norman Hendry, incumbent -
legislators to get a fair deal for i candidate for election as
D"d" ,|judge of the civil court of record !
Senator Grahi.m declared civil! 'said it l I. the duty of n judge, not I
service- should be inaugurated in 'to make laws. but to i interpret THE FORD WAY
the road deportment and that it thorn as he finds them "It ever I II
should spread to other departments I I has been mj desire to seek and ,
of state government I find truth" he said. 'During the
A mean to raise $10,000,000 : 12 years since I via admittedto
for old age assistance without the bar I have made it my job
placing additional tax burdens was I to make the search for truth the ,
outlined by the senator. ,guiding light of my existence"
"This $10,000,000 could come j An honest and intelligent representation I
from race tracks and race wire for Dade County was
services," he said "The two Miami ;promised by Marshall C. Wise-,,
race tracks saw more than $41.000- heart, candidate for legislature! ,l: The Ford Motor Company was founded service with the Company-sober, decent
000 wagered through their pari- [Group Two. "I am against heavy I by a workingman for worluMf-men. Its family men. Hundreds of them have
o muluel machines during the season[and additional tax law.-and ..ill present officers began as employees of the been with the Company for more than
just past, and more than 95>> percent (work for repeal of the gross -receipts
of this was bet by non-sUU law" hs declared "Too, tam Company. It was the first company to pay 25 years thousands for more than U
residents It Is logical that X tax in favor of legislation to.better a minimum wage, beginning; us 1914 at years. Their health record home owner
of five percent should be paid on the schools and help the--teachers! .. ,. the then astounding figure of J5 a day. ship and citizenship records are good.
this $41.000MM. That money, The old age pension amount sjuMiU That was double the prevailing wage ofthetime.
coupled with the breaks and a be-increased to $60 per month,and .0 .
tax on wire services, would total I will work toward that end. 1 The Ford minimum is now $6 All this is reflected in Ford products,
about $5,000,000, which would be am In favor of a law which would a day foe att employees engaged in production whether cats, trucks or tractors. The
matched by federal funds to aid provide that 85 per cent of race I. work. And_ chat, the wages work ia honestly done. Materials arc the

I tissue$10.80 day,with the average wag best that can be made or procured. Leas

J7.2J, exclusive of salaried employees. profit to the Company and more valueto
I the customer is known

The Ford Motor Com- throughout the motoring

Redland Brand pany was the first large Henry Ford and Edtrl world at "Ford's way of

to establish the business,"
] company doing
Ford keep daily per-
8-hour day-also in 1914.
And the 40-hour week tonal touch with till Ford Motor Company

Fertilizersare i was inaugurated by the phase of Ford mtlnNwas the first to make a

Ford Motor Company in ftlcturr./Ilt1conferrncr motor car within the

1926, years before any with hit staff, Henry means of the average
manufactured in Homesteadby I such laws existed. Ford often "Go family-quitting the
I says manufacture of what was

The Ford Motor Com- head-I'll tit here and then the largest selling

a locally owned company. pany employs men without represent the public" model in the world to

regard to race, creed do so. Its chosen field in

Mixtures are carriedon or color. It is common all the 30 years since that

knowledge that working conditions in time has been the average American

the Ford shops are the best that science family- for which it has consistently
hand for
every and constant care can make them. A provided car facilities which formerly

square deal, a just wage and stabilized only the wealthy could buy.

need. employment for a l Urge proportion of
' our employees _and is fully stabi. It is the policy of the Ford Motor Com-

for to share the benefits of advanced
lized all as conditions will permit pany
Your patronage is methods and with workers
enable our men to retain their personal management
I> independence. and public alike. Increased wages and

always appreciated. employment over a period of many years
inconsequence of these policies the Ford have resulted in

c. Motor Company has one of the finest A 300 per tent increase

I bodies of employees in the world. The in the built-in value of the Ford tar and *

Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. larger proportion are mature men of long 7) percent reduction in itt price.




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P.,tirf.. F"} in. THE LEADER-ENTEKPPJSE Friday, May 2.1, mo


Published Illation a' H_...".. via I
sal ,"Ik Dose Postulating (..purr 20 Years AgoIIIIII1i111I1111II11IiIIIii1IiIIIi11111IiIIIIIU
KnlrrX ("'
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March .. "".

BEN ARCHER 1 j r AMERICA'S The, following ilea@ bra M.. tans
.... film cc ths, Reinstated
MARJORIE :.\ j MOST AfAGN/F/aLHr ir.t.rprim established .... U. lair "

} .ESJA : .the 0'-:1.: :.al. _..:;..and j

..... r.
In. ;:
.' May u. 1920 .
!! "
.. C-, I ifZOlUG2 !.. ."... and Grover Becker .
Ong-We of &.do c: have gone to Halting to work" r. t t"LaW'I'lDOe

j (Florida CltY.1'One ,
-' of the soda) event et :.
For !the past week was a miscellaneous .
shower liven at the home of Mn. .
8Mal")' F Ceo Ranson Jr, last Saturday 1 1or :

Whet he was afternoon. in honor of Mist Florence .

And af, n. the Pollard, whose marriage takes '
No \ on the place next week Mr*. Nora Green :

Lord keep my to and Mn Geo. Ranson were .the Y
hostesses for the occasion : '
Lord. keep him tS -"Word has been received in

quailAt low Homestead of the death of Martin .

lue perils Joy an old settler In this section ,
Oi Vial timely I I e I .r a f at the home of Us only son, Frank \

fall E Joy. at Traverse City Mich. '
To Titer I i Mr. Joy settled in Michigan making _"

that his home until twelve \

C.' year ago. when he homesteaded .4
S. Must
9041471F01' ar1 CY74El.4Tf..ldtffl at fl/iA1f a few miles from Homestead ,
Mexico About a year ago he returned to
his ion'i home on account of Ul

The agility 1 ... health, living there until I his
man oo the ,"
death .
soon be needed I

Ho iAe and the e May 17. iliff"Ed )
this( country FLOG/DA'S Carter is in Tampa this .
tu, Ube I week representing the local branch
Cisrrit.ean Italy CAMAfOM- of the Citrus Exchange: ,

it., II >bide the -'W. J. Carter Is attending a -
bl, I t their postmaster! convention in Orlando

Act, JI dug to i FT. TREErON this week"
n' n, d I Wa -"B. H. Edwards and family

IK". "I littler moved this week into their homeon
''" rrr0Ir
,. "? b.unt the """Mllj rNaJwtD Dixie Highway, which had been
P .0'' -I i COMM Ll; occupied by the Franklin fli,milv. "

wM, the (' (Florida City>
known the Deering Es- treasure of the past reveal an atmosphere -
t. /> /?, Indo- as -'Charle Caves will soon be
II''?,j" i i tit. \' elaborate series of formal of amazing luxury and richness dif- I (Continued on Page Fi t. I

./ 'pd" nd the garden. fountains and water ficult to describe. An army of 1,000 "
w II /ic offered the splendor] of the great trained artisans, stone cutters, plasterers I j
n." Lander Venetian residences of bygone cabinet makers and landscape gardneis FACTS

Noitii.t'n Indin ally picturesque man- required 5 yean to build the magnificentestate I

-/1/ 1 lie Mussel, was opened in 1916, is un- which cost, it is said, about 8 I AND FANCIES :

th' Retch, will American properties. millions of dollars .................................................. ..6.LBIIlAU' .
and vt'n ice terraces, a glimpse of The blossoms of the CANNON-BALL I
u?" I IIii' other | HOIKSMonday
'I ,ie may been seen Against TREE curious plant of the tropics are Wednesday Thursday,

Bruce"V background ef tropic fge- M beautiful they do not seem real! $.. p. m.

Furi n. .alarming I azure skies, rises the white Strange to say. they have the appearanceof Tuesday. Friday 14 a. m,.I p. ...

II iuw jn and are the stone structure strongly sug gorgeous wax masterpieces I The Saturday, -12 a. m.; >-6 p. m.

ci itic. 1 its private Inner court, ar- flowers, when fresh, have a very sweet 7-' .. m

do ,d. d not ftl an Italian fortress- spicy odor. The Cannon-ball tree is one The .boyo. hours an the .._ underwhich

miii 'an.- ay 15th century. A visit of the most interesting of all the exotic lateral,no the'Municipal)rr.r.. All l.lbnn....1........,.h bell, ,, .
ii, Nu ember, or : I sumptuous interior with its plants to be found in Florida. bee'.... familiar with then .0 in. t.i
avoid bring disappointed when o..h-
or ,w...k-. but and accumulated I.[ In b"nvw 0' return a book .01
th > t I hoort"1 -
md-4M hideRepn1 .,., n"ynYYn motion pictures. television and / ..................................................................- By MRS. J, E. GAtZENS:

1 i t phonograph records will be the The community is justly proud
11"'" -<'I i > NT I mediums to be used. I Children in CourtBy of our beautiful new library. BUT

SI.U'i ,I how I it takes more than a building] and !

wit I ..id IENT Headline in a MiamI paper: Judge Malcolm lUIUeldRECLAIMING books to make a library Your

Ami*,i ,In people \\ELSII "Merrick Cries at the Ovation ... . ., . .... '!'p rsonnl interest is a race W, .d if''mg I Given Him" I haven the honorof I. : ; f actor in making your library LIVE.
ltll ( IKIP) ; ------------ Mr. Merricks acquaintance but three months before .
.1"" ,.,' kid I a boy a library is, read the cl1oII\I..r.
WrMi mlnmit* no act of his could have raised I y
I was to be paroled from state
... ... a reformatory .
ti "Ii' iv from ( wn nt : whether Libraries At Large. in Car1>lineWells
| him higher in estimation than I
.... or at ...1.nr. I my I the court appointed asocial '
N T I" I "yeas and Add__ rotnmunl i that one The man who ii untouched worker to the home "The Rest of My Life To
H.Uh all N E. I : I prepare quote from this
H"I a parody chapter
.nllteA I by the esteem of his I I jfar his arrival .o
''I'' ''I, hung l, fast '[friends ii like one of Sha ke JX'nr.1' I j jcharacters Upon approaching the boy's ,whIch sums up the author ideas: J
children like old
.1.I nt'nt in "Fit for strategenu and par-
tots the social worker To make a libraryIt
both "
III,' I the l Thllt'N'Y' spoilsIke. I
11 t is : i them that It would be impossibleto takes two volumes I:
return their son to them unlessthey And a fire. 7
11' draw I,
Tootleberry observation
: .,
I I could correct their habits Two volumes and a fll'C.
i 11, t Ire" 10"'" as Its mayor "Now you take Fort Lauderdale: ideals and mental attitudes When And interest. ,,'
i I' o. 1 nil' F Zeidler on up there the po-lice chief says
the parents asked what The interest alone will do
was expected
.11 d "Hoot .. and his slogan there'll be no one-armed bandiU -
of them the social worker logs are few.
I"" ". :: off to the pant. In operation there while he and I stated frankly that the 1.
boy could
th .lihtcr the law air what they air .an' I not be placed in an environment The logs are not necessary. III
m+"I." \ objects. reckon thl'y'li both stay put: where shiftlessness Florida but the Interest is !tal.
and drunkenness -
pi t, i I' a i people have I]: prevailed fem in and browse around aiming J
natiot III ) .. per to tee "Gone University of California scientists book shelves You'11 not leave
Pi, ,untry it Ii still br ng- have proven to themselves at II The parents heartily accepted without a book that holds particular -
be blilid In its cost of produc- least, that children not born withbrainpower her offer to provide remedial treat- Interest for you. 1 .
I I I II' ment so that the home could beapproved
j be
helped but
did not l rondt at nearly three Have you been wondering what
by the court in forthe
the loin il the I' little by an education. It will boys to do with those magazine> tl'at .-;
influence them return. After callingon
merely intellectually
uret snort of I I the family each week for three are taking up space in the home

ot unprovoked : new conditions minds. aiding in better in channels directing! of action their I months the social worker had the I Bring them in to the library. we
entlj neutrality its elevated and I satisfaction of observing that a can use them.
when such a I will take off I, thought a a permanent change had takea place ,' Several new books have been _
machine as liIU pending then I In the lives of both parents However placed on the shelves, among them 'i
era IK." No free for surface :effect Recent announcement is to the even after the lad was placed "The Art of Living by Andre -
alb be that a Hollywood producer' Maurois The Bacon: .,
l quotes
> j on parole] In the
I I custody of his
has bought the ptcturization! rights' ] "
i Art is added nature
th k nd for a* parents. the social worker man to f
to 23 of the best-seller books one continued th
M-lt From there he takes through
point out. picture said to of which Is the story of Alvin her visits for a period of you
to thi via lod out of Poland York heroic eight months to forestall any possible | the normal processes of life dealing -
acnimplmhment in
h-ivi 1 tierme with love marriage family
gallows being relapse on the part of the
the first World War Not all will be I life work
friendship thinking. ing
---- streets of War pn renteI I
used Many are bought, as are Readership
Mm" love for I ,i the dead bodes' hundreds of to I growing old and hap- .,
patents keep with .u
piness. The book
it written
matched b warning! to not
> < a : other fellow from I
getting them : settlement
else. Congress over-rode the wit and charm: U packed with '';
goods i j to to "
President veto of the bill to pen- sound common sense and advice ,
cate.t ,I There ire rumors that the women sion soldiers of the SpanIsh-Amer- It gives one food for thou! .-
"I mechanized '< auxiliary of the American ican war so the women have rath- whether he has acquit ,
No life i* to i If Ill ,.1e", pro- lA-a'n .u backing.1, movement tot er substantial groundwork onwnlctt I artist- knowledge ot u:.:"i -
j tint it yearns for i :"ig<> Teacher pensions foi veterans ""f the firm ti lay their pi' vent foundation ture r materials to paint I C :iu
friend -Wallace !! R:.dio sound t t 'ld! War dc{t.:t the boniu 'Yof I lift
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Friday. Mav 24.. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE raCe Five


f I All Fans- r
Calling Quiz I l ( ntmurd) Fiom F nae Vital \
: I MHirt i J pal,,' th"it I Ii
I :; ; : : t.
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MMMi c. I II at hnv I' in "

ON Maybe you know TOUR MONDAY dui niciiinni i is old i'Hi,"i,.J i
CAPITAL TRIPReports aU there is to know i "..\. W. 1. ralkiin ";.1'i

I about safe driving the Aslit 40 ures of land I" i ning

that members of the I maybe but then you again only I a-, tt.al.",y a.--On t the homer the Noiwixid grove) II' HU .
Homestead .vc Allison who o4pvilmove \ .v
Safety Patrol were think you know A 1 <', ,.f .i whirlwind speaking .
stranded and were hungry their Ni r to Fort Myers ns M""n ",
food to find
return from I way out iuniiK which ne covered the can make the necessary .inmenu. a i > .
their trip to the ;
national out i* to take the dti. -.liiilitly' more than two I ."'
convention of the American AtitoQun which
veek L.
spi-Midid Barton
Automobile Association at Wash- start in today's -"J, V. Davis has bout Id
candidate fur
governor, spoke
D C, denied I including 5 of .
were early paper.It al'ft's. acres .1 i"It
rstoe: m Mum tonight and will
In a statement signed'I ii a known m .larksonx ills tomorrow speak from J. A Soper The pn>p" .\ ,.
by the thirteen patrol members. fact that most traffic (Friday tUnprecedented. night located south of Twrrdell co ii i
The reports probably grew out accidents a r e -"E. A. Ennla and f.inulcompuntrd 1< .
of the fact that several of the boys caused cot by wanton crowds nnd by Mrs Ennis, in thn

wired home for money because carelessness on mile-lung motorcades have marked I left by rail Tuesday flip r" ''''i ,
they had either spent or lost their the part of a few Holland'.Ippcaram'u in every Mich, where Mr. Ennls will' rm
allowance, the statement midAs wilfully reckless section of the state It was said. this summer."

to rumors that Patrolman J. drivers but by Directing his appeal to the thousands -"A fishing party, ciiinpo-.c m 1

I, Coker, who had charge of the common mistake r.. it 10 t t, of voters throughout Floridain C D. Bryant and wife, :Mr- W ii
made by the rank the interest of an honest and'efficient
boys on the trip, ,
"pocketed" some Bryant and A O. Cam, w m i iJcwflsh t. ,
I < <
or the expense the state- and file of us who wish to be own abilities ss a driver. Starting 1 administration, Mr Holland I
money late and law-abiding but whose today they will run for ten suld on Monday and junt bout.
ment said: "This is not true. It I caught all they could
education in safe driving principles consecutive issues. carry
I one has doubt I've been asked many times to
any a as to where I I II ='J M. ling and t.innhpcit ox-
has !been neglected somewhere Read each question carefully
the explain tremendous I
money was spent, he may see I vote more to leave this week by mute
along the line then check the answer you think than I
receipts of all expenditures We 118,000, that I received in
These quizzes which nave been la correct. Then and not until \ for a trip to Asheville N ( and
i have a record of ill spentOne the first primary I don't believe !
money will visit with relatives" (11'114";
developed by safety experts of then study the. answers which
of the boys of the acted that this is a tribute to
patrol The Traveler Insurance Company you will find in the Want Ad Sec- i Ian individual eVO':: : City)
I believe
a secretary and kept this recordin this l ", Dr J, A. bniiil
; will help yon .. rate your tion. 'i was
a special book given to us by I merely' was the expression of the granted a permit tn umbtiiui .a

the A. A. A The patrol would I average mans faith in a principlea two-story frame house 3Sx4 reelor

appreciate it if no more false principle for which we are larger on loll I and 1, bl It I.
statements about Mr. Coker are I II Auto Quiz No. 1Trmltrs I both fighting. It is so simple, we Commerce addition. A UxlK: wo
!' sometimes forget it In
passed among the citizens of our excltei story garage will alto be bull': Or
Homestead. We feel that a great i i over less important IS8uel.I H. S.lilcgil was HI anted ,i |Invinut
injustice has been | That principle is good
done the officer government to build a 25x00 concrete' In Mum
For two years he has put ,J Holland will speak Saturday at adjoining the Home&lcud h"i. '

in his own time in getting money Ip"=1 I! \Villiston at 10 a, m: Diooksville Tins building will house. .i i < am

to take the patrol to the convention trams at 2 p m; ClearwAter at 4'30 p. m. ant 25x63 a 10x10 stint. 'mladies' i
at Washington We appreciate and Lakeland at 8 m. He will .,
p. and gtnU ret! I. it "d
what he has done for us. All r'I0' They complete hit speaking lour Mt>n- ,,toilet Although/ d pours ,,01
that we saw was educational und worked M day speaking in St Cloud at 10 not "tern applied for .iM "
helpful and we owe it all to him." W Orlando 1:30
n m: at : p. m.; Kitsimmce is proceeding on the -i i i "
The statement was prepared r ill 3 p, m; Plant City at i hon bring built by SoonI.,

without the knowledge of Mi :.130 p. m; and Tampa at 8 p. inliollund i try and W. M Bradlry oid'I

Coker it was said. will be un the air in statewide name of Homestead kill'' n'lion ., .i
It was signed by Harry Pierce bumdi,isls Saturday and'I! The shape of the < 'MIthe

captain Eldred Gilmer, lieutenant eel Monday nights from 0-JO to 94"1| intersection" of bout! I K ..
and Jay Newton, Bruce Scott Paul Is In'
and Kluglei avenues nm
Rue Harry Bishop Bill Jacob. ; double ,Ii
of. "
Rev. Tarnlilyn Renamed advantage a
Fred Fuchs Owen Goodinj Fred

Hobart, Albert Newton Carl Alex- I To Florida City Pulpit .1 street being 'run. The across Citizen from Itan'li"' '
ander and Sheridan Miller. i
let the contract tills week n i
Patrolman Coker took the boysto The Rev Edith Tamblyn who all ,
the arrangements are in in
the convention in their own formerly nerved an pastor of theFlorida | the construction of then .,' i
bus He made a similar trip with City Methodist Church tier !
building F. I_ WrPbslei will
the boys last year. At a meeting Siftty service several yeas;<, has been renpnointed' | charge of tile work ..
of the city ,council Monday night L So you think you can stop on a dime If that is true your ""to that pulpit and conducted her '

members praised the officer foe his Crakes are altogether too good; they'll toss you right through the first ser\ ice Sunday morning 'I "You should aims,0 a I IK. ]I''

work with the patrol and for his windshield sometime and how would you like that? Actually, your Mrs Tirnblyn mnuunod that let i about detaiU It, tin ,itii

conduct of the Washington !trip. brakes should be adjusted so they will bring your car to a stop Sunday school :will held it 111, a, I| iuitfs that tell."

from a speed of 20 miles an hour in (si five to ten feet (b) ten m. and im ,n lung "imceh 1 will lit i I kl"JIlwt.. I II.IMlln' ,
to twenty feet. (c) twenty to thirty feet. (d) thirty to forty feet I ,
"He Has the held ul l II I '"s di,,-k and 7 p m I.1'lets Santa Fi Mig.' "
Staff"EdItorial 2 You will help save other lives as well as your own if when --------- --
you hear the siren of a Ire truck or an ambulance you will alwaysa -
( in Orlando
Times, ( ) stop where you are. (b) speed up and get out of the way. (c)
May 0, 1940)) pull over to the curb on your right and stop (d) hurry to the next

Spessard L. Holland won because corner and turn right WARNIN'rGNever
he has the stuff He not i 3 A car following another at 45 mile an hour should leave more
only carried his home county of'I I' space between the cars than when the ute of speed is 35 mile an

Polk but he was first in Orange i hour True (-) or False (-).

county, first In Hillsborough, I I .gain May You Hate the Oppartuniti;

where he smashed the machine to horrence of rings machines and Congratulations, Sprwnd Holland { tu Purchase Such Uarlt'ainloin
shreds, Lake county our Immediate corruption. Secondly he knew I It was a primuiv of the people :

neighbor to the west, and other rinrida government from actual, who most emphatic showed In ..

counties vital to his triumph i j experience Being first in Tallahassee then bite, that thcdi not \\ nit [ :I.J1., 'J ,
Probably the very best I it awn shoo \ hat people then .1 i dictator' it Talliihiissec 0\i .1 i m.l-i
for his 100,000 votes was his honesty knotting public 'fficials, thll'I, i him xrensrd and "''li'ri soli, Bin

his integrity his character him Hi' platform wa ,ound none 1'' ,un. rho "rn
his standing as a citizen Im .IbI i ----
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South Dade ;l

Voters! i I 5-6-7 Tube Sets Complete for

Don't he bled bf toy panes,
tit mt hetac aofcnt row am I 51500
Mean Guaranteed Used Cars
Coasts: eowmkwfenres dMrfctoschrnh. I I {
easy MIl;, be changed b i'I '

sassy fou .was 1939 Chevrolet Deluxe fordrrunk Sedan
Artless Fararnpfc..&M-j I
Come in md See for Yourself
of the CeasrifMtnt tf r.. Original HMbor Blue Nn"-t MW nonskid premier

W Ita ava.... price Urea-Dual delate equipped-New steering returnee
I sear ahU .-Kjawkclteattdimf a _jafor.i Hhwk,rf
.AAar-: onnnimi.wr: '0.1, Specter Pbaldng mI4,1ia1ces'
sleeriilc-H'PMI1o: DnKra-LecaUy word-Low mile I Iare.
Lagrl.r.r. ban washing .. .. :
-- we gibes me ....... I Hone BW/r. TeL 73 Homeitunl
19.39 Chevrolet Muter Tudor Trunk SedanMlMl
Tote tar TROHM3 R En1rI I

HART.., a REAL Democrat, a. < Ridge Gree1Il'aJat-OrII.... ..... Mil shotsing. II.
grope 'ty owner hi year. DUtriet Snrty: tf Uiut Su re flits neref beerr out of tmnkrphnMerr -

who wants to represent never bee said-We look the old oral revere

Coanlr tit ef the people of Dade n-ImnMr email--A, MOW CM a* wed. ear price I DR. C H. DENBY

1938 Chevrolet Dtfuxe Tudor Trunk Sedan

Vote forThomas Imam Sue, Tars nint...Knre action--Hydraulic brakn Osteopathic PhysicianPhone
N-dnfl venUUUon-rnrtteallr aw first ttn tift -

B. All steel body-Radto eq pped. I II I


Bird Chevrolet Co. i Homestead, Fla.

.enter Oldest Chevrolet Dealer on Florid East Coat I (Over Brown's Drug Store)

(Paid Political Adv) Homestead), Florida: Telephone.

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Pave Six THE 244,1940BEACHES

E, H Collier as members of a LEE'S MAJORITY Fredricks to Get In Flanders' Fipldtl'

I building committee They were ,, Degree From U. of F. By Col. John McCrae
given authority to purchase material I
(Continued from Page One) hire labor and obtain a con- 125,000 SETS .. In Flanders' fields the poppies'
niiiition I I facilities will Include struction supervisor I i OF blowBetween "'

m i rosary roads to permit free All labor and material used in the crosses, row on row, -
",\cment of traffic north and the work will be obtained locally] RECORD IN STATE That murk our place: and In the,
M.nil) on the key, parking areas The city his, donated j ditch, digger I rlti sky

I t." accommodate between 4,000 for foundation excavation md I: With the cansasmg bond in, The lurks still bravely singing fly,

..nrl 1000 ears, restrooms with A R Livingston, civil engineer, ,Tallahassee rl'portmlllll' total \ nti I I Scarce heard amidst the guns below .'
l 11 It th house and dressing room fa- has donated his services> for makIng pausing the unprecedented <|iwrt<>i ,
i i lilies l a picnic areas, piers for the a surrey uf the building site, I irk, more \ < tes 11..,m,Ivben I i,
tl ,king of fishing boats and land- < We are the dead,
I polled for ,im 01111'l
..ping of improved sections ot ) I candidate in Florida hMmnrl" I ;, Short days ago we lived, felt dawn,
AIR FIELDContinued :saw sunset glow
t to' pirk giving him a majority nf ,,(mst I
The total I of the Lo\cd and were loved and
length camev now
12 ,OOO, the greatest e\u" given I
\, will be three and seven-tenth: ( from Page One) I a candidate with more than ,m,' I we lie
a' ilis, of which one and one-tenth I opponent State Comptrol! ,1 I M 1 t In inden'\ fields
milts will be viaduct and the re- complished in fourth of ordinary
Lee has turned to the ncu spap-' i
I Takt
up our quarrel with the foe
n"under bulkheudod fill and time required due to natural rock I ,
tot i h
who voted mIn
to thank those fo from
road-I you failing hands
foundation Process of construc- *
v d\, appropriate
an advertisement carried in Ito- I i throw
Application has been made tc ,tion would utilize great amount of
the RFC for a loan of $3,200000( I labor Idle as result of recent fieezc I II Issue, Comptroller of Lee reaching renllzmK the I The torch-be yours to hold 1\-
the Impossibility"
to lie liquidated by toll to be All locations have water landingadvantages I II method, high;
voters by any If ve break faith with
I us who die'
]lee'ted at the west end of the close by I
I II pledges he will "protect the voters' We shall not sleep,
I though
w i n Upon retirement of the ( "CITY OF HOMESTEAD, FLA poppies
1'01-1' confidence by continued fair, 'impartial -
the toll will be dropped, Preston B Bird, Chairman" grow
It was pointed out that the I The reply of Senator Claude I and efficient sen'ice John M Ficdnckon 'if Mr In Flanders fields.I .
tv causeway at Miami last Pepper follows I ; Comptroller Lee curried 63 it and Mr, Day Id Fredrick ""f Homestead I

carried 15672911 vehicles, the I Will be glad to be of every assistance the 67 counties and hud a clear having, successfully 74th Street causeway carried 1- in bringing to the atten- majority in 61 of the 67 counties, his undergraduate work ,it of Clay County, was -
8B4,7J8, and the Venetian cause-I tion of appropriate officials of the according to the official .amass the University' of Florida, will receive of the Keystone Heights' principal public -

v carried 2,030,828 war navy and civil aeronautics his degree as Bachelor of I schools served Clay County
tin} new causeway carried onlyd I authority the advantages and facilities Science in Agriculture at the university during two terms in the state legislature -
.1)000( (J vehicles for the first t year 1, offered in the area of U. S. BLITZKRIEGContinued I 'i annual spring commencement and served one term In I

,".nil ,i slight Increase thereafter Homestead in connection with the exercises Monday I the state senate from Clay and
1, I' tills will amply amortize, the I expansion of our aviation program. Mr Fredricks, who was gradU- Baker Counties While, still, hold-
RH' loan A toll nf 25c' for a round Would appreciate sketches or maps ( from Page One) I ated from Homestead High, School, ing that position; he was' appointed
t"p; i| has been set tentutivelyIXvelopment as well as pictures and other pertinent I 7,000 planes, to whip England As entered the university in 1930 and United States collector of internal
of Biscayne Key data Regards for modern, mechanized equipment has earned half of his college expenses '(revenue by President Roosevelt,
v ill add to the growth and pros- "CLAUDE PEPPER USS" we have only 18 medium, while enrolled. He Is a' upon the recommendation of both
"ntv, of south Flonda. by attract Congressman Cannon reply follows member of Zeta,
}" tanks and 10 light tanks We have Alpha the late Sen Duncan U Fletchel
''II of thousands of additional : I none of the heavy variety whichare agricultural scholastic fraternity, and the late Sin Park. TummclL
t, mists" to this area, it was said Rctel]: Am co-operating with being used by the hundreds Alpha Tau Alpha honorary agriculture He held this position for iI i terra
----- navy and war departments In every on the European battle fields," education fraternity, and of six years
way possible towards use of facili- the Agricultural Club, und is president -
I The Garand rifle, latest addition The office of state treasurer 11
HAZING ties in all parts my district, and of the Newell Entomological,
to the Infantrymen small arm one that assists in mutating; the
am calling attention of war and Society He ID a member of Alpha
I equipment, has been found to be financial program of the state, Mr.
naval officials facilities m Homestead Gamma Rho social fiaternity
One) the best In the world, but the Larson said, The holder of that
(Continued from Page area as outlined your telegram I
United States holding sole rightsto position is a member of the gov-
sa imst the chamber must pre- If you have further data '
willed in writing to the directors to submit suggest forward same It, li turning them out ,in com- LARSON ATTAINS einoi cabinet and is a member
before July I. it was decided at immediately and I will see that it paratively small numbers, he said I ef practically every important
which In the national guard, only one '"I I board of our state government, including -
.1 membership meeting preceded reaches proper officials here Will '
the director session This co-operate In every way that I ten has this rifle and the ratio ;LARGE MAJORITY the state board of education -
In the regular army is much lurgci he pointed out
ai lion' was made on the suggestionof can,
C J. Parman, who said that although "PAT CANNON, M C-' I he pointed out -------
the former clumber administration Action toward seckng the field "Our army while small, is op- OVER OPPONENTS Counsel for the defense was

announced that all the was started by the city council, on erated under a system which can cross-examining the witness, a
bills hud been paid, a number of, suggestion of Mr Bird, at a meetIng expand quickly so far as man lovely blonde with big blue eyes
chums l have 1 Monday night. power is concerned and ,is directed I Tallahassee, May 23-The outstanding 'Where were you," he thun-
b(7f7cl'i;i\\ ffilcn :
time the new took I Mr. Bird pointed out that the by the best trained officers In qualifications of J Ed- dered, "on Monday night'"
The I chamber went an record at local area is especially well fitted the world," Mr Blaikford said I win Larson for the position of "Out for a run in a car," she
la::--ring:i : the proposed ocean; bench I for an air field for a fighting unit "Four years me required to turn I state treasurer, which he seeks In cooed

I' i I' k near Dakers llmlover, and I for a stragetlc as well as a geological ;- out a finished officer at West Point, the May 28 primary, were pointedto "And where were you," he bellowed -
II I i''iuse\v' ""y from the rniimlandI reason, The natural rock while other nations commission this week as the basis for his "on Tuesday! night"
Hi,e,,i\iie Key, which will be I foundation, only a few inches be- I,officers after two or three years I big majority In the first primaryover "Out for a run In a cm "
I\d i,,tail to vote in the primary low the surface of the soil would of training; Our intelligence each 'of two other men, "And what," he said, "are you
rig .d taw I provide tin unusually well-fitted 'pertinent has proven Itself !Mr Larson Is a product of the doing tomorrow night"'

_____ ____ I natural "floor" for the field, he out peer in other wars and It de-I I University of Florida and Is said Prosecuting counsel leaped to
said "Sand pockets' In the fieldin the same high rating at the 'to be an outstanding business ex- I his feet
EARLY BAPTISTS the Miami area have aroused ,ent time I II ecutive, educator, lawyer and export "Your Honor," he protested, "I
dissatisfaction of army officials, II I iccountimt He is a life-long i object to that question\ "
\ uitinurci front Pogo' One) ho pointed out I I Demon, who I' father and:1lItdr.otlH'I' "And why do IOU "i hjut"\ rISked
1 I' ,,'d that tnnstiuition i I.. 1 TiOOO: ( ( building> will Kit un- plans of the got nmcnt to increase he said pant' i ,nkMl "Hi'(" iti.(' I .. I K, d I I I" i 1 111 i ,t I. -
within two weeks P..1. l, I ,, , ,
1 E\
.1 i \\i\ its vinous, arms of MMMII' make' : When Mr Bird was tiior. <",! "'"
Iiklm, pus chased .the present the time opportune for Homesteadto Homestead he and the late :\10'iB i ----- -------- .
I' i liling und, under terms of the bid for the of ,
put in a location H Edwards of Florid i Cm VOTE FOR AND ELECT
iI', must have the site, cleared by the field here, Mr Bird said. Con- worked up tin offer ot.. rite,\ >1\\1-\ ,
,(nine H1 struction of the field would help west of Florida, City and tendered
\1 ,,!tIdY night di'imii of tin sol\p the unemployment situation it to the government is ,in ,iltunitive -
"", ,1 i "int 1 ,aid apt| |>i.inti, "1 !F Inn tin di":lint ,is flung and would to the proposed 1 base ..it Judge Ross Williamsto
,,,, .J I I .mi.' in *. ,,' I M'', I" ",,1I1I1lH'1I1II 'in putting mote Chapman fuld


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For Full Term

J. Edwin LarsonLeading z r Graduate Literary and Law Department, Mercer University,

2 I Macon, Georgia.
I Worked way through relief an alter In dining hall and janitorof
CandidateFor I Taltnall SquAre Baptist Church In Macon.
Successor Honorable II. F. Atkinson deceased and .U maintaining

Second the high tradition set by Judge Atkinson.
StateTreasurer Present term 111no\ \ expire until July 29. 1941.
Ilia three year Judicial Rcccrd Commend Him for a full term.

' Primary, May 28 Judge Ross Williams received 17,747otes! for

nomination to the office he now holds in the

a business executive aid accountant Democratic primary May 7, 1910, and received
educator lawyer
Mr. Lanon'a entire manhood HONEST, ABLE AND INTELLIGENT REPRESENTATION I 6,710 totes more than his nearest opponent. He

FOR DADE COUNTYPaid t! is friend. He solicits and vote
.is an open book of service to jour your support

the Democrat of Florida. ( for jcy| Friends) I in the Second Democratic Primary, May, 28, JO.

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Friday, May 24, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Seven

''senlees' were held May 20 Mr. this offer the week after the close I Florida State CollegeCommencement

] Russell was a Florida City resident l. of school at which time various
for many jears parties and outings and study ( Monday
In and Around I I courses will fill their days and I

i I Mr and Mrs Tony Gucciardo nights j Tallahassee, May 23.-011ii, /

I returned on Sunday from their I The troop voted a hike Friday, exercise Salmday May 21. xvhm
wedding trip to New York City,IlI'hl'h111 be chaperoned by Mrs President] Edward Conradl xi \ I
Homestead and left on Wednesday for Tampa Carl Wagner Mrs Mae Campbelland hand each senior a palm In].,iu i
I xxlieie they will upend the sum-I Miss Mildred Small Upon .n .1 sMiibol' of \kloiv smith l 1 h I
mi r, off the ,.tllIlIJI'ul\'lnpnt' '
reaching Homestead there will bt PIUKI mi
I !swimming, followed by a picnic Florida Stale College fuiV u,,i. ,
Skill will loin Aim Mr. and Mrs Wilson Edwards
Mrs. Frank today Uienmboi] and Misses lIelen lunch where John Temple Graves }HIM
tor Washington D (.' whci: md Esther Lu ]ngston attended u and Mr and Mrs, L 0 Somme> 1 inghum newspaperman will Iw t u,
she will visit relatives fur 'evralweeks ."I"ml nf miti m'lion (if district 29 and daughter. Diana, were Sunday Recent badges earned have been
commencement speaker the for
and return in June \\ ith her fur t;'h'ln. Star chapters held guests of Mrs B U Edward observer and cook, by Kathryn '
inBisi 27.
Ing Monday May
daughter, Miss Elizabeth uho] i is ',ivm' Temple Saturday Mi and Mrs E. Arnold their i i Levy pnd the foot-travelers by |
evening i i i Seniors also will Dun ,
Louise Robinson pass
a student at the University Ol xim-in-lnw and daughter of Kobe '
:Maryland] Sound spent the week-end at the i| Those present were, Mai'IBRogeis and KOXX iw on to their Junior i ,
I I Mr. und Mis home of Mr and \Mrs Fritz Rosemaiv Hennmiiton, | tens at the class day PXCIUM. II i I
Howard Johnson the class will and prophecy vxi 1 ,.I I i
Mrs Bevo Webb had ScluiK'der.Mr. Rosemary Burk, Kathryn Levy,;,
Mr and
and.) as a week-end guest Mr. 1 : ,
Kathleen :: read Another feature of I tin 11 I.i
will leave Sun- Johnson's Campbell, Elxna Burry,
daughter brother W L. Johnson ,
and Mrs Albert Phillips day piogi.tmxlll be singing "f
for a visit In Hot Springs and of Oilando 10ral" Burry Theists Johns Hazel 1 1I I
day .
MISS left on Saturday night for Pa- Johns, Marion Deaa, Charlotte medle) nf college songs b\ i v i
hokce. members nf the glee club I 1"'
I 1111'- I Murray, Teenie Torbcit Lena "
Mr. and L, Hobson have Belle Bonds Evelyn Go .j exercises will follow an tit )ltnr i ,
Mrs. H. A. Wilkinson of Dawson returned to their home in Miami Mrs Johnny Becker and Mrs Gloria Woodruff Sarah \ ililcn.mlln and by Provident Conradi i fori'nand "
Ga., who has been a guest of her I after spending several l months with Alma Doxsee left Tuesday for Pa- Kathleen Wagner iiimmenremvntlsltois ,
cousin, Mrs. Cussie Joiner at ,their son-in-law and daughter Mr hokee, .
Seminole left for her home !and Mrs R. Miss Small, Under and Mrs A Uiiiiiliiuix-ate' .en'lces11]
Hotel E. ,
SheraidJoe "
Daniel Arcuii returned Friday T. Campbell and Mrs C. F Hcnnlngton held Sunday moiniiijl, May ';,
afternoon with her
Saturday son from the Kendall hospital. took examination on the mitt] Bishop, Barry, of St AUK' -
}1, A Wilkinson] Jr, of Atlanta Byi'urn, Jr., left Saturday leader's first aid tine, 13 the speaker.
course fhutsday
Who arrived Saturday morning I for a three-week visit with relatives Charley Carpenter left on Friday (

In Anderson and Greenville, for Wa>cross, Ga. ---
Mr and Mrs. David Frediiiks S' C. and Hendersonville, N. C. ,
Herbert Hunter left Thursday
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kufeldt left
on a business trip to South Carolina
I yesterday for the University of I I Frank Webb and John Whit- ,
Florida at Gainesville to attend chard spent Wednesday in Imo-
the graduation of John Fredrkks kalce. J. H Booker left Wednesday] fmSenoxii '

son of Mr. and Mrs Frcdikks and _____ Ga.
s brother of Mrs Kufeldt Miss R. Graham
I Cecilia
Harper will return
Miss loin Carpenter sH| '/ut( 1,1,1
to her home In Homestead Saturday week in Miami x'luting fl" Lids
Miss Vera Delk returned to her from Florida Slate College for
home in Homestead after Uniting Women where she is a student [
relatives In Washington D. C. Kedlaiul Girl Scouts It

By K.\T1II L\ WAGNER: ] ''1
Mr and Mrs L. B. Somnicrs of ..?............ .....................,..." ,.., ....,. STATE
Mr. and Mrs F. J, Bylrwton Miami and daughter Diana were Redland
have returned to their home in The Stouts mans d i
guests of Mr and Mrs Harry I
Chicago after spending two weeks Cooper Sunday Mr. Sommers IS their meeting while they hashed. i
Mrs on the m the school, 'in]
with Mrs. Byingtons sister I a former principal of the Home- grass :Pol' SENATORfrom
Chas Camp, In Redland Mrs. stead schools. Tuesday afternoon Duns sn] g\i\ '-

P. Harding of Miami another B.// ton, tiensuiei reported tint' tit
ter of Mrs Byington and Mn Lamar candy sale I I.t Thlll'.d.1n,..M 1 I
Camp, also spent two weeks here ] Kendrick and netted enough to pix t" IIll I ii, ""I'i'
daughter Dorothy Kuhn, spent the flag Melba] Collin] atop I the h.mw
I week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. .
of having sold tin mi i"IxMis
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hagler] Rice Henry DuBois in Jupiter, I C E. Eiehenbu 1,1 I Ii i ,,.I t Y DADECOUNTY
Mr and
had as week-end guests
fered the girl scout tier I W.mother's I,
Mrs Thodcus Rice of Greensboro,
I Mr snd Mrs Alton Lee and son home in Nal'.lI\a for l i ,
Ca of Mr. Rice
Maurice, left Tuesday for Cullman, house party this summer All I I pi ,r
Ala., after spending the winter In have not yet been made but I n]"
Bertha Denby, who has .
Mrs Homestead They were accompanied ,girls expect to take adv,mlait' 111'
sepnt the winter in Homestead to Cullman by Oscar Huffstetkr -
visiting her son and dd ughterInJaw. ; '
Dr and Mrs C. H Denby, f If

in will Warren leave, Monday R I. for her home I' Miss week-end Shirley guest Hid of of Miss Miami Lucille w sl I Iu i t Tropical CafeNOW lie has gone to bat for South Dadein


, have Edward completed and John their Hickson freshman who ............ ... ............ i LOCATEDAT time of need and can ,

year at Alabama Polytechnic Institute : CITYBy THE

at Auburn are expected N to, Mrs \V. V,. SevfryMoid EVANS HOUSE be relied upon to do so ttvain.;
arrive at their home in :u mj i I
this week ,,?.,,..,,.,,....................,......,,.............,..,........,..
\ u,is rccerd mi Widmsix One nll>l'koulh! ofKrameELigler Vote Your Friend hack in on May 28. I

Mrs Gen W. fin ]l'r..J] M' I 111 il II]111! nl lire il kith ill .1 I 11111 H Traffic _
R. W Mullinh.: r, .i \, "I1"] 17 ,t ] ]_ hi..t'icIu. ] '' Light on s. Kromr \\r '.. \01. ,, ,, ,.Lit I"d, '] 1\ \ u9Nctia -
Schneider, Mis ]lleihrit] K : M '" .n/ 1 ,to,, 1"" \ Y. nUl'oI' .! '
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GEORGE E. --- -

McCASKILLCandidate UnnecessaryI I I Ii

If you don't want jour sons; and( t

r huhii11l1carried; ; off to War to return -

crippled, or not at all, vote:- r.' ]

Jerry Cai't r. Six of Jerry's\ \fOl''I'I

:-;011are; of military age and defi-

nite reasons why Jerry will striveto I i

keep us out of war. Jerry will

develop National Defense and resources ts, pleats

-removing sugar quota restrictions -
secure protection

CVKILR the farmer, citrus growers, livestock authentic answers to your exterior or

commercial fishermen and insurance
industry, -
interior decoration problem-FREE!
reserves of policy holders-lie will provide

"Opportunity for Youth and] Security for the If you want in punt, m food style and toad laitt, you

Aped"-assuring immediate employment for relief DO longer need rely on "pini''>nt or gueasw"rlt.
v We have I I.e answers the RIGHT nn....,,' Our COLOR
worker) with investigation and! certification I
STYLING SERVICE n baaed on a nat "nal survey mails by
afterwards guaranteeing fair treatment to the COUNCIL FOR PAINT STYLING (National Paint

labor Jerrv will make loans to small business:: a Varnnh and Lacquer Association). vmng new and newly
decorated home It shows clearly the trend in smart color
for reality and relieve merchants of Federal nuisance combinations which appeal to nylt,minded people-for all

of taxes. Jerry Carter saved millions of dollar for type of homes, interior and eat enor
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Thanks the tbters of South

Dade for their support on May BROOKER
7 and solicits your active sup- r
port In the second primary on JERRY W. CARTERFor

May 28. CO-:
Boris and raised on a farm.
Resident Dade County 28 ,ran, I
A Kedland District property U. S. SenatorPolitical i Ilomralrad. Fla. Phene f3

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1 Page Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Fri Aay. May 5TJ. lain ,.

I I. NO Social Events in South Dade ENSUE II

Mr. and Mrs S. L. West announce CHURCH CEREMONY
--- I the engagement of their -- .

Cons With the Wind banquet MIss Catherine Bell Miss Edna, daughter, Helen to Robert O. Hugh Burton Branch son of After a short wedding trip Mr. .;
will be given by the junior I Booth Miss Nina Bullard Mix I Murrah of Miami The wedding I Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Branch, was and Mrs. Branch will reside at )i

lass of Homestead High Schooln Ila Jean Irwin Gumne- Warren,, I will take place at the borne of the married to Miss Mary Stewart 3314 N. W. First avenue, Miami. .. .
honor of the senior class at Pierre McDaniel, Fred Chapman,' brides parents on June 16 Smith Sunday at 6 p. m in the Homestead "C ,
guests who attended
the Homestead Country Club tonight I Whitney Beam, Lewis Callahan, ... Plymouth Congregational Churchin

The. huge log clubhouse will lend I Ralph Edmond Andrews Pucetti, Charles Fred Borgardt Steftani,,'I: :,::::::: : The m.x Calendar! umxxmm.mx: : I I Kuykendall Coconut,Grove pastor of Dr.the J. Delman church, I the Mr and wedding Mrs and Mrs James and Edw Roberts reception Barnes, Mrs,were Mr A.: ..

itself admirably to the rustic decorations James Hickey, John Walton Mar- performed the ceremony ;
which the juniors plan tilt Bishop, Carl Deden Dean BaxI May 24-Meeting of Homestead I A program of nupital music was(J.Misses Campbell Jeannette, Mrs Florence and Annette Pacctti !

1.1. use-orchids, broelalds, Spanish I tr. Elmer Mart, Harold Campbell I Art Club In Chamber of Commerce. ,given by Miss Emily Smith vocalist -( Campbell, Miss Kathryn Marsh, "
and flower Robert Gauzens and John May 24 Homestead Highi
mOIl palms I Ms Gertrude Talbott 1
| Miss Edna Forte and Harold Camp ;
Schools junior-senior banquet. i kllit"a ,
After the banquet there will J be Barker, 11 1 mist, at accompanist bell.
.. "prom," sponsored by the junior Members of the junior class are: May -Class day program of
room mothers Mrs Ben Archer Miss Louise Booker MIss Betty Homestead Senior Clans In Neva | The church was decorated with I PARnGn'J :j
Easter lilies and gladioli. BRIDGE: :!'(
King Cooper auditorium at I m. I
and Mrs. A. R. Meybfm Each Brown, Miss Adrian Callahan Miss p.
member of the class who desired Iris Caplinger, Miss Virginia Km- May!' 27-Executive board meetIng I Mrs. Herman Sivley of Miami AT LOGAV HOME

to do so him invited a guest to the ,nor, Mias Frances Lamb, Miss of Woman Club of Homesteadwith sister of the bridegroom, was matron -'I' Mrs A. M Logan Mrs Stanley
prom." An orchestra will play 'Betty; Jane Mebemtla'! Kath- Junior Woman's Club. of honor and Robert Earl Wittkop and Mrs E: A Buchananentertained

for dancing and entertainment I* I'ertne Orfancdes, Miss Jamie Rich- May 2 -Townsend Club meetingIn I Branch brother of the bridegroom,I with a bridge party
bring planned for those who du ards, Miss Julia Frances Sullivan Neva King Cooper School audi was best man Friday evening at the home of

not care to dance I Miss Doris Warr, Lester Archer torium at 2;30 o'clock. I The bride who wag given In Mrs. Logan.

Fred Fuchs president of the 'Edwin Booth, Joe Byrum, Richard May 27-Meeting of Jennie Lob- marriage by her father, Fredrick I The living room and porch were

junior class, will make the address I Caves Charles Connor Archer dell CIrcle. i Gordon Smith, wore a street length decorated with Easter lilies and

of welcome at the banquet, and Dudson Elbert Dolar, Fred Fuchs May 28-Poppy Day sponsoredby i \I white crepe, a white turban I roses.
Howard West, president of the Eldred Gilmer, J. T, Godwin American Legion Auxiliary a short veil and other MM J. A. Pollard, was high
senior class will make the response. Sheridan. Miller Jay Newton Robert I May 28-Poetry Week program :white accessories She carried a I score prize winner; Mrs. Paul
"has O Turner member of the Sykes, Edward Tomerlin and given by Woman Club of Home- bouquet white "roses Reynolds, second high score prize

(lore Cbunty school board and Elbert West.Freshman. stead In clubhouse at 3 p, m. Mrs Sivley wore a dusty rose I winner; Mrs. H. C. Nichols, Ibw
I Ili ,'ni opal U M. Hmdmun will class members who May 29-Work meeting of Homestead ''ensemble trimmed in cream lace score prize winner; and Mrs J,

ikI will serve are: Hilda Dodson, Dor- Horn Demonstration Clubat and she carried a bouquet of pink ', A Webb was awarded cut prize I
I'\\I I'llbanquet: will be served by.idle I othy Moon Mary Ellen Dearing, home of Mrs. R. E. Edwards at roses. I The hostesses served ice cream
Inl' Mavis Watts, I 1:30.: '
light Freshman girls Betty Rat Clark Mrs. Smith wore a blue crepe molded into pink and yellow roses
n. 'Laically correct costumes will'It. Dorothy Sullivan, Mary Frances May 29-Benof t supper of Red- dress with a corsage of talisman with angel's food cake.
waitresses Favors and Rutland, Athley Kemp, Charlotte land Ladies Aid at Community
as I'
I ii roses. Mn Branch, mother of the Guests prese t were: !\tr. H. K,
Lois Pierce, Catherine Church at 6:30 o'clock. I J
i Ale decorations will out Gerommo,
carry bridegroom, wore a rose lace dress, Foulk, Mrs. A. F. Arthur Mrs.
Ruth May 29-Class Day at Rcdlind "I t
Thelma Radford
banquet themenit I Rohrer
with a rosebud corsage. |Adrian Jacobs Mrs. Henry Johnson -
and Libby Jane Buck. I High School. I ''II
Juniors are being assisted Peterson
Immediately the Mrs. J.
May 30 All.day meeting of following ceremony E. Dyal Mrs. A. O. .
J. Ulster
Robert of
\ sponsor a reception for one hundredand Cain, Mrs. Gco D. Ruchle Mrs.
HONORED Redland Ladies Aid at Stillman
lass The service RECENT BRIDE I
tl'eI1II11posed 'i
l I fifty guests was held ut the ) Claude Campbell, Mrs R RKmard
if I T. Godwin, VT
home of the brdes : :
parents A I Mrs Robert Glenn Jr t
I class in
31 of art
( ii ales 1 Connor and Archer Do 1- the former May -Meeting I
I Mrs Thomas Murphy, buffet
9:30 supper was served on the Mrs Russell Home Mrs. T. J.
..It the decorations cnmrnitee of Miss Emily Jones. was honored Chamber of Commerce at : lawn which I
was lighted by varicolored Blcier Mrs Joel J. Robinson, Mn
\1-, Frances Lamb Miss Doris a. m. A
Saturday afternoon wIth a bridge I lights. I Walter Peterson, Mrs. J. D. Perkins -
VV III'i Elbcrt Dolui md Robert and tea party given by her sister May 31 Meeting of Redland The bride has lived in Miami Mrs. B. M ndman. Mrs.
svk,'i. the favors and menus com- Blackburn at tin Home Demonstration Club.
Mrs. E. B. I since childhood and was graduated Gordon Ivey Mrs Lonnie L.
IIlItlee, of Miss Bitty Jane Mey- Blackburn home. June Baccalaurato sermon of from Miami High School. Hood. Mrs Curtis Monroe Mrs.
11"10. Miss Julia Frances Sullivan Mrs. N. P. Thompson was high Homestead High School at 5 p. m.of, Mr, Branch it well known III I Pollard, Mrs Reynolds Mrs Nich-
met Lester Archer the invitations I core prize winner In bridge: Mrs. June 2-Baccalaurate sermon I Homestead where he lived with ols and Mrs. Webb
.mmittee of Miss Katherine Or.inndes Mrs. B. M. Redland H ah School at 11 a. m'l
I H. K. Foulk second; his parents before they moved to
Miss Virginia K inner. Mist I Hindman, third and Mrs. 11. C. June' Meeting of Junior Woman I Miami He was graduated from I
11 CaplmKer and Elbert West: Nichols. cut prize. I s Club at clubhouse at 8 p. ml Homestead High School and from I TME

nd the entertainment committee, I I,, Mrs Murphy was presented with June Meeting of W. M. U i' Abraham Baldwin College in Tif :::
"f :Man Betty Blown MUll Louise several pieces of silver of the circles ton Ga.
I Booker and Richard Caves I'Chantilly pattern. June Meeting of Homestead .

Members of the senior clan weM I II I I, Bobby Neil seven-year-old son B.P.W.C.
Miry Frances Arthur, MisiI 'of Mr. and Mrt Roy Neill of Flor- June Graduation exercises ot,II

I I.ouisc Barnes, Miss Phyllis Bell, Ida City presented each guestVrithan Homestead High School
\t,,-s Jeannette Campbell, Miss' old-fashioned nosegay He also June Commencement dunce I

H-(<\\ na Close Miss Claudia Con- passed mints to the guests during in Homestead Country Club sponsored -
ier, Moss Nina Dy-il Mils Mary the afternoon by Kappa Phi Delta Sorority '' THE DIXIEDRUG:

Grace: English. Misses Margaret :, The house was decorated with Id
md Mildred Field MisH Jane Gutn pastel cut flowers Date pudding. I June Graduation exercises of JACK FOLK-HOWARD JOHNSON

I I Miss Rjohurl Gosmnan Mu coffee and punch were served. Redland High School. Phones 30 and 8101-lUmestead, Fl*.
ci'ldia; Gienntll Miss Elizabeth June General meeting of W
,I Guests present were: Mrs. L. L.:I
Hill Miss Birdie Horne, Miss M U at 3 P.M.
Hood, Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle, Mrs
Kathryn Marsh Min Effie Mae I June 7 -Meeting of Episcopal
: 'T. J. Blcier Mis Geo. M. Frlck.Mis .
W..ten, William Angellm Virgil Geo N Wakefield, Mrs. C, Auxiliary with Mrs. Ruth L Scott"
U Clinton 13 Hubert | June 10-Meeting of general W '
II ley shop H Steftam Mrs. R. R Kmnrd
11-1h, Oscar Clomnl/I'I'. Elwin Mrs. Geo Polk Mrs Frank Webb M U tube l ven e
CII'lr'r. Henry Dodson, Edward Mrs. Bevo Webb Mrs. Lawrence| June 11 Business meeting .itWoman's 35 ./(

Kirby Billy Moffett, Harry Pierce. Becker. Mrs Julian II. Webster,I Club of Homestead Shavlnd :
June 24-l\I'tlOg of Glemer _
Allen Pipe Harold Ridlord Ross
Mrs Howard Johnson, Mrs W Rr
Rft-4 Eugene Saunders, JimmyS Bird. Mrs W M Flfield, Mrs: R.I Class of First Baptist Church. and 2Sf size Lavender ::
June 25 Reception for n c i
Everett Shulci. Jack I
h.lIl..rn. ; J. Hester, Mrs R. F. Bhckfond '
I members of Womnn Clul* it
feull Carlton Sweet, Thomas
Mrs J. R. Rutland Mrs. Harry 4er,71relm
V.irnnd >e, Billy Walton and How-I Homestead.
Mrs. J. Lee Smith, Mrs. .
Cooper OTll35'i
June 26 Meet "perf
ard West I ng 01 Lily who seeks /
Thompson, Mrs Foulk, Mrs. H nd- Book Review Club with Miss Eleanor Men should try th, i
Others who invited Mr
are are: Ihl" ,
man Mrs. Nichols Miss Helen
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in Gowds.I
Holferty la.tiOD.
and Mrs Turner Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel, Miss Lois Behrens, Miss pop1l'coe a...la ILOOUCT735r 1
Hindman, Mr. and Mrs Hester, I 1J
I Eleanor Holferty Mrs Murphy and I
!Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Becker .
Mrs Blackburn S
Mi and Mrs. T. J. BJeier, Mr. [
Archer Mr and Mrs Frank L. W' tTHOLSTEIHNC I I- MILK OF- J
Mcllwswk and Mrs, Ruth L. Scott .'v- .
'[ Mm Eunice Grady, county horn rI 1
Guest lot th* "pram" arc: Miss -
Kathleen Freeman, Miss Barbara demonstration agent, gave < r 7P M e2 1t
Done Miss TvonnePollard1, Miss furniture I
at a meeting of the n
Mami Lee Pussy, Miss Lurtffe l 1
,Uomeitea Home Demonstration :
West.. Miss Ware JTorton. Kit
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May in the Neva King;
Coostsmw Huater. Miss ICsty ALL
son field ItMt-ChMklU CttOBr !Obopn Sthuet ,=r Par ..... 1h
I The< club derided to held
Edna Into, Miss loctv-etw, MM CMnpbcU.MadB abort.DR.R.S.AKERS Was, I e evUitr teat Wednesday at 131:: Plenty of Curb Foot "'"r alMa f f .r 11.r
; 'at the home of Mr R E. Edwards "; .

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I Office Hours 8:30-1:30 .. 1 'Po2.: i CII-I" lie
: Closed Saturdays
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.,;; Friday, May 24, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Nintr >

a 1 :MRS PAUL OlHILTRFET Esther and Helen Cu miistun dud man Miss Elranoi' llolutGoulds \ 11\

.\IKSTOG\RDEN CLUB bliss, Mice Matombei ,

kM Mrs Paul CHIiiltietof MiamiBe.ich { Others present were: Mi. and Otlui> present besides 111"'l'

r E Social Events ] ma\>' It talk on flower ar- ,Mrs E J. Norman. Ji,. Mi and mentioned were Mr, W. R An-
'uingements it It luncheon meeting MrO, W Babbitt Mr. and Mm Kivn. Mrs U M Hindman. Mr
'of the South Dadc Garden Club|: Paul UIOIMT Mi md Mr*. John K J lifter Mn Rudolph Mutt
I Monday in the dining room of th T 111'O\\'n. Mi and Mrs Hayes son MI. LKO D. Rutlilc and MiR '
Florida City Community Churchwill eWood. i, Mr and Mrs. August Uitt J. Elliott

I DISTRICT DIRECTOR HOLDS SYMBOLIC ) Mrs R. J Shepherd and Mrs. I Mrs J, A Dnugherty, Mrs. Herbert
Katz, Mrs. Edwin W. M. V ('IIK<( J. M. Dobbin a* hostesses I McGarrah, Mrs.
I INSTALLATION SERVICES FOR B. P. W. C. Mrs Oclultree demonstrated her.A, R. Meybem Mrs Frank, MITT ON MONDAYS

Schneider Mr. Alice E. I The Woman's Missionary Unionof
4f. -- I talk with various flower and containers Baker
Mrs, Julius J. Thomas of Lake, Dr. Adele Hampton of Miami, retiring She used small mirrors, Mrs. Daisy Padgett, Mrs. Leila the First Daptint Church of
district director tiny birds, miniature pink flamingos Kantro Mrs. Eva Llm, Mrs Emma Homestead voted last week to met
Worth .director of District Sevenof gave a
I Judd, Mrs. Harriett Tallman Mrs on the Tint and second Mondays
humorous talk and reading, and shells, minute glass eon- ,
tile Florida Federation of Bualpwt Mrs. Cello M. Smith, president of Itaineri and delicate blooms. Florence Lee, Mn Elate Ikndry. of each month during the summer

and Professional Women the Coral Gables B. P. W. C, spoke j I The most unique arrangement Mrs Louise Wikon, Sam J. I Circle Three presented a program -
Clubs, wed a striking and beautiful briefly shown wa In a vase of natural 'I(Charles* Pan and Ralph D"Vi"l, on "Youth of Today," with
.flower ceremony: in Installing The opening number of the pro-!bamboo with leather roses," dried I Mrs. W. E: Lewis In charge, assisted -

officers of the Homestead B. P. W, gram was a flag salute Mrs Lloyd wild fern and cat tails. SENIOR CLUB BOARD TO MEET by Mrs. Catherine Fickard
'.; C. In the Chamber of Commerce: Deitz sang "God Bless America" I The dub voted to give a donation \\rni JUNIOR EVEctrnisThe Mrs. G. A. West, Mrs J. Lawrence
building Monday evening. At its and all joined in the chorus. of money to the municipal II executive board uf the Wo- :I Scott and Mm Homer Davis
\\a conclusion the new president, Mrs Mrs J. F. Hammett, program hospital fund. man's Club of Homestead and Uie Reports of the circles and auxiliaries -

.1i Ben Archer was holding a huge chairman, and Miss Anne Lee, retiring Packets of seeds were given each executive board of the Junior I I were given
old-fashioned, paper.grilled I I first vice-president, paid member to plant this summer or Woman's Club will meet Monday, The next meeting of the clirlehwill .
..JI.I from which extended fall. / at 8 discuss be held on June 3 and the
gay in tributes to the outgoing president, evening p. m. to the
like formation long silken nose-I I and Win Lee presented her witha I Mrs. Geo E. Reed lave two evening at 8 p. m. to discuss repairs general meeting on June 10

ers that bound In one past president's pin a gift from I readings to the clubhouse '
the future executives The nosegay I the club. This IS the last meeting until I On Tuesday a program in ob- I (Additional Society on Page TIM I

was built up gradually as each Sea shells attached to green ribbon I November when the group will servance of Poetry Week will be'' .TT ?YTT"TTn vTn
I officer took her oath of office, bows served as place cards, meet with Mrs. Annie R. Butler given by the senior club at 3 p. moo .
added her portion of the nosegay and green and gold candles and I Others at the meeting were: Mrs. Mary Ferrell Dickinson and
and received In return her share bowls of golden hued nasturtiums! Mrs, H M Brown Mrs B W. other local poets will be present, :
of the silken bond. decorated the tables. The place I Mullins, Mr, Ben Young, Mrs. Mrs. Emmett Crowson, Mrs. J, F'I EXPERT
'" Mrs. Cina Stewart outgoing cards were a gift of Mrs. DeItz. Roy Matthews, Mrs. O. W. Calkins, Hammett and Mrs. H. Ruegg will
"011 president was installed as first I Guests at the meeting were: Mr.+Mrs Herman Heinlein, Mrs. J, A. be hostesses :
A vice president; Mrs. James Nes- ,and Mrs. Thomas of Lake Worth, I Madcra Mrs. Joel J. Robinson, The last business meeting of the j BARBERING
;//1 bitt; second vice-president, Mrs. Mrs Smith, her daughter. Miss I Mrs. W K. Haas, Mrs. Elberta year will be held on June 11. The f I
',?;; Roy Chandler, recording secretary; Cella of Coral Gables and Mrs. !>Buie, Mrs. Grace McLellan Smith, new members will be honored with
i Mrs B. A. Waldm, corresponding Sada Hobson and Mrs. Charles'I Mrs Geo. E. Deuel, Mrs E. J. a reception the last social meeting -,J HAIRCUT
I'I Norman, Mrs. E. J. Norman, Jrn ...... 40c
secretary: and Mrs. C. H. Steffanl, Camp. I on June 25. j
I Mrs D. W. Shetzline and Mrs. N.
treasurer.. Members present were: Mrs. J. SHAMPOO
f 40c
At the pot-luck dinner whichpreceded E. Gauzens: Mrs. Charles L Ooley,I G Ball MRS to J. BLEIER I
the installation Mrs Mrs Virgil Lyon, Mn .1 o KEUEU MASSAGE 40c
'I w Visa Betterley of Hialeah, past Mn \\nldm, Mrs. AD ASTRA CEIFBRVTES Mrs. T. J Bleier gave II review':
it president of the state federation 'Steffani, Mrs. Hammett Stewart'l Z7TII ANNIVERSARY of "How Green Was My Valley"

''n gave a report of the state convene Chandler Mrs. Diitz Mrs Ad Astra chapter O. E. S, celebrated by Richard Llewellyn at a meetIng I BUSH'S
; two held recently In Jacksonville. : and Miss Lee. I its 27th anniversary Friday I of the Lily Bow Book Review

: night in the I. O O. F. hull The :Club Wednesday evening in the ,

MRS. SEVMOlR DANE MADE I I meeting of the club Monday eve. I II I past matrons and past patrons 'library I BARBERSHOP

y 1 A FEDERATION CHAIRMANMrs : ining at Avocado Lodge: Mrs. were honored at the meeting i 0/ J. E Gau/ino gave a okell'l'l
I I I Mr and Mrs W. B. Caves, past the authoi life
; Seymour Dane, corresponding James L. Bird, Mrs Robert Glenn, ,
Jr.. and Mrs. Paul Losner were patron nnd past matron, respectively Mrs S L West md MiK tBlarkford
.1 secretary and a pant president hostesses. I told of the beginnings of were taken 'into the Nub,
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of the Woman's Club of the Red- j i Mrs. Connelly discussed ways I the chapter as new member
lands, was appointed chairman of ;I cabaret I Mrs Nancye Ruknrd part grand Mrs. l Uwrencr Becket will it'-
the club could enlarge on the N. KK03IE
matron the the
; grand chapter view book % ,
j the Florida products committee for and urged it to have active
I state, short talk. RI item .it I nr-xl ,
gave a the nesting
J the Dade County Federation of i committees working i several .
I Mrs. R. W. Mullins gave several June, 2ft 'rh" mcitini. ? I U I .
d Women's Clubs, it was announcedat months beforehand .
i federation meeting Wednesday I Mrs Harold Oxford, Mrs. Her- I readings and Mrs Lloyd Duty held .il tin lime o) the club Chan
I pianist, and Mrs. Sam J Da\i is.
at the Cocoplum Woman bert Turner and Mrs. Ruth Summer -
Club in South Miami. of Miami were prize: winners violinist, played for group singing
: .Members of the Woman Club I in number drawing contests Oilier past matrons present were
1 Mrs. Green Rives Mrs Jennie
,Homestead and Redland who attended Mrs Sam Specter Mrs Edwin I -
I of Mrs Anna Cat Meg.Mleerbimi
Bealey Miami
were:Mrs. H, K. Foulk, McGarrah, Mrs, Virginia Walton I d =t ,.old in i"11
ter, Mrs B G Branch of Miami
M D Wolfe, Mrs T J ,and Miss Geraldme Reitz were introduced pint ever
tt 1 Mrs. Geo. W Turner. Jr.. Misses v., i mechanism
Mn R. R Kmard and Mrs: as new numbers oe.etoea'1
..' JifJ, Hammett of the Woman I Others present beside those i built ahng, cuts curKntcos
a Clbb of Homestead; Mrs. B A. I IWkldin mentioned were: Mrs, R E Sher- _

,; Mrs Cina Stewart, Mrs. |lard. Mrs. Ansel Bariow Mrs. s
'I W; D. Mahan, Mrs Dave Kufeldt I Richard Huff Mrs. Burley Dendy,

J and Mr, E A. Carter of the Woman I Mrs, Augustus Wynn Mrs T J ReliableDry tear,indudng
.'f 'i Club of the Redlands; and Walker Mrs Stanley Wittkup. Ivory duuble widtblenientny

:k Mrs Virginia Walton and Mrs. I Mrs E A. Buchanan, Mis Rudolph ,s Qaa lt'
Sain Mrs. W B Cues, Jr and
Specter of the Junior Woman's I Mattson with In'not -
Club Miss Pearl Whitukei I Cleaners cube Release.ot.rorr. .

MISS LOUSE PACETTI ,RHI.AND! \\'O\l.\S'II: <(< LIB and Laundry

y Miss Louise Pacettl was honored I i! Delegates to the Dade. County I ImeNraMSe Torle.w
on her 19th birthday anniversary I I Federation of Worn,int.' Clubs I itenh food
with a surprise party given by I selected at a meeting uf thiV I SUITS 49c ,near ono psoteatsamm.
Miss Mary Frances Arthur at her : man's Club of the Rt',II.inrls Tu..,_, davvrandnspo
home on May 18 I day afternoon in the vltiblotiv.
Chinese checkers and dnncing will be: Mrs Cm Sit,v,I''it t. 1'-' :Men's. Women'sHATS
Clerked & ?
ware enjoyed during the evening dent Mrs B A W.II.lln.1": W' 45 Saint IVI a40As
Sandwiches,. punch, cookies and D. Mahan Mrs Dave Kuf, Iclt ,m"I 8Ioc'k..d C amusing valve atriej
I mints were nerved I Mrs F A Carter
10 a Those present were: Miss Bar1 : The Federation meeting i\ .i Wash Ji5

1 Idt bars Done Miss Virginia Dorsey. held at the Cocoplum Woman PANTS 20c I/n Tilted!

,W Miss Rachael Gossman, Miss Ed- Club in South Miami Wednoidjv It:! r'"ty ,.....:r
f!>> wlna Close, Miss Elizabeth Mcll- I Those present at the 'meeting iowi..law.............,
train, Miss Jane Gatlin, Miss Mose- were Mrs H J Arimtiong Mrs SHIRTS "tift'
..fTy/ iSever, Miss Doris Warr Miss Seymour Dane Mrs Frank Still- Joe IivlWf

, 'i;., Kathleen Freeman, Misses Jean- man Mr Carter Mrs Stewart
hette and Annette Campbell' Miss Mrs Waldm Mr Mahan and Mrs
Lucille West, Miss Constance Hun i I Itei. Kufeldt I DRESSES 49C ,.. See this Newest

j" '. Miss Annette Degleman. John
Walton William McMlchael Pierre 'I i I Ladles'
,. UcDaniel, Edwin Cooper. Herbert '
Bwrth. Edmond Pacetti, Sidney GLASSES COATS 49c
./ wndrlck, Fred Borgardt. John ,
l t Hiekson Fred Chapman, Miss Pa- -To Open

Js said and Miss Arthur. Your SKIRTS 25c lash *t Am ether fitting seed fern. a Automatic Interior Light

Eyes turn.Them toes n .*4m itt imltiltl a Lift.out Chromium Skclfqukk .. Permits
' CABARET DIRECTOR SPEAKS M m i tgtilir9 kutoryOMI > adjustment| for bulky futxk.
:.( W "JUNIOR WOMAN'S ('LDf' Damp Wash. 12 Ibs. I9c >I
'- M": Lillian Connelly of Miami, (Jo each additional pound Automatic Raw DekotnfriKKkiic F.114 Me HffrifttnM.

Who directed the past two annual fcn ,oioo Super tntmUrge e 5.T..f Protection Plan iumilMrvlolmpraM /
Junior Woman's Club cabarets and Flat Work, lb. 7c o < Fracea Storage Complement on mled.m mtduniim

Will direct the cabaret this year All shelves Stainless" Chromium. a Built tad belied by Oner.I M,xon.in .

/ Was guest speaker at a dinner Stop .....I about your era'. It'% Commercial Flat, lb. ,IcII 101'Oul, Cold Control WM __.. W MMomnunoii
.q tine to KNOWI( An t..", ;..11.. ( :Minimum
rDr. rill '.. Wk, .1.,1 l See soother great bargain I lowest price 6 Cubic Foot Frigidalr

.' Leonard W. Baskin" I Dr. JJ. F. Stchbins Ever Offered Model SVS-6 has Meter-Miser! and other

, ;.91 In Kn RunlM CALLED FOR AND famous Frigidolr features Only . $117.00
meKrpairlm as Dr. L. W. Stebbins DELIVEREDPhone

l--'hl. IIJJ Vf Flaglrr !il.. :Miami Homestead Furniture Co.
,,,4 71 Caves
rims IL, NIMH.' fl. Phone S-MI5
t .' Air. Candlosadi Homestead. Fla. ,
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I'a igo> Ten THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, Mav 24, 1910AIIDI'I'IONAL

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Mary Grace English will have Community Church held an all- Sonny Berger PitchingFor !

I SOCIAL EVENTS charge of the tickets. day meeting Wednesday at the New Orleans Team
Others present were: Mis Ansel home of Mrs Frank Stillman to

.. .. ", ."""".".."."..."..".."...............................,..................."'. ...... .",..,."'.... ..............."......".."......,,..,.,,.,.,.,.....,,..........,.,.,...................................................... Barrow sponsor Miss Betty Jane work on a quilt the society It Mils Margaret
Meybem, Mss Betty Blown. Miss making (Sonny) Berger
U\\tR: : : Cl. VSS ART CLUB !SPENDS Frances Lamb and Miss Jamie A covered-dish luncheon was Homestead dlamondball pitching
APPOINTS COMMITTEES; : I>\V ATBFICII Richards. ace who was recently signed to
served at
mmittes for the (coming yearwere The Homestead Art Club spent On Saturday evening the '01'01'I noon. hurl for the All Stars at New
I The quilt will be completed nt
appointed: at a meeting Wed- ill of Friday sketching and paint- ity held a slumber party at the Orleans will pitch her opening
an all-day meeting to be held on
nc ,day of the Glconers Class of ing beach scenes In Matecumbe home of Miss BI'O\\'n. Those attending game there tomoirow
the/ First; Baptist Church of Homers A picnic luncheon was a featureof were: Miss Claudia Conner Thursday May 30 at the Still Mils Berger a ranked among

id at the home of Mrs. A. E. the day Miss Richards, Miss Warr man home. the best pitchers in Florida. Last

('inpbdl, with Mrs A. A. Dussey In the group. besides the Instructor Miss Dyal and Miss Brown. Those at the meeting were: Mrs. year she pitched m the Worlds
Mrs S. C. Hurt, Mrs Earl Cravey Clarence Woo ten of H J. Armstrong Mrs. M M Ram- Fair tournament. While In New

/IId Mrs Campbell as hostesses Miami were: Mrs Maud E. Chandler REDLAND: LADIES' AID sey, Mrs. Geo. E. Deue), Mis J. Oilcan. she will attend the sum

Mrs Henry Olsen president of Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs Frank I HAS QUILTING DAY T Kelly and Mrs Geo. W. Turner mer school of Tulane University.

the/ disH. appointed the following Skill Mrs Fred Suber Mrs. Rus- The Ladies, Aid, of the RcdlindHOMESTEAD Jr.Church. Miss Berger and her parents Dr.
?imittces: membership Mrs J. sell Anderson Mrs D. E. Gatlin. I and Mrs. M. A. Berger left for

Lee Smith, Mis J. C Davis. and Mrs. Alex Hammings Mrs Aha I New Orleans Monday.

Mrs liussey; social, Mrs Wm. B. It Crouse Mrs R. R Kmard Mrs. HIGH-LIGHTS I

I'.'MS. Jr.. Mrs. Floy Watson and Russell Horne. Mrs. Ben Archer( AMERICAN: BOY, MAGAZINE:

1\1" Dexter Horne; welfare, Mrs. and the Rev. Robert H Spear COMPANION TO THOUSANDS
Gordon Key Mis M A. Murphy I)I The club has A work diy each\ The jun 01'-senioi' banquet is to ,:' of this cit>'. Of all the Kills I

and Mr.. Cravey; flower, Mrs. A. Friday Those interested in taking be held tonight at (the Homestead he likes best are the eleventh I ;
I Lanier. Mrs. Russell Home andM the free federal art lessons are Country Club. The theme is "Gone'' grade girls; something in the Hundreds 0 thousands of boys

Hint; and visiting. Mrs.' Invited to visit the class in the With the Wind." Everyone will blonde or red hair type I and young men read Tilt AMER-

II..,nv Schaubeigci I'|| Chamber of Commerce building have an enjoyable t)me and it will He has a Herald paper route|i ICN BOY Magazine every month

The class voted to meet on the each Friday morning at 9:30: be something everyone will remember and he has been working in Bur- and consider It more at a living

fourth Monday of each month at He will graduate from Home- I companion than as a magazine

:< 10 o'clork. I :MRS J, P ANDERSON Miss Bow home economics stead H gh School this June and Its as much a buddy to me as

Mrs W. W. Allan was prize winner SPEAKS AT ZONE :MEET classes are entering into the ban he is planning to attend the Uni- my neighborhood chum writes

in a word contest ,I Mrs J. P. Anderson gave a talk quet also The ninth grade girls versity of Florida where he will one high school senior "THE

The hostesses served lee cream on the World Outlook magazine who will serve at the banquet are take a course In business administration -,' AMERICAN BOY seems to under-

and cake I at a meeting of Zone 3 of Woman making their dresses In home eco- stand a boys problems and considers -
Others present besides the hostesses Missionary Circles of Methodist nomics and also learning the art of He likes very much to Juke them in such a sympatheticand

were: Mrs. S. L. West Mrs. I Churches held Tuesday at the serving I around with Hubert Booth In bin helpful way It gives advice

Jm Adams Mrs. Labon Bishop I Holleman Park church. Model T Ford 1 and entertaining reading on every

Jr Mn D. II Delimiter Jr.. Mrs.I The theme of the program was An assembly program sponsoied subject in which a young fellow
Pete Morgan Mrs C. H. Jeannette Campbell ls interested It is particularly
Building Together. by the Student Council was given I
Mi*, James Roberts Mrs. Dexter) Those who attended from Homestead Tuesday. The council gave a dem- Jeannette Campbell was born helpful in sports I made our

1101'01' Mrs Allan Mrs. I were: Mrs. Dan Williams onstration of how they conducted August 24 1922 In Homestead school basketball team because of

M" % Lanier Mrs. Schaub"rger.1 I Mrs. Casper Williams Mrs. Dave their meetings After this l\Ial'Y' Flu, she Is next to the youngestin playing tip i read in THE'AMERICAN -

M" s Ixey Mrs Dais. Mrs. Murpi ,Williams, Mrs. Lewis Branden- Frances Arthur took charge of the a family of six chlldien Her BOY"Many

v md Mrs. Russell Home burg Mis Geo Ranson. Mrs. J. program which Included: i j family are full blooded "tarheels"from famous athletes In all

F Davis, Mrs Anderson and Miss Black Cat Quintet-Elmei' Mai North Carolina. sports credit much of their suc-
ritrSKlTtRMN! GROir I Helen Livingston. i As a child she was bashful nnc1 cess to helpful suggestions received
Charles John
tin Steff.im Kuhn
IIVS ( 11('11(11 I."\\\ S PARTY I The Pearl Davis Circle of the Ben Bechdol, Lewis Murray could be seen playing with hen I from sports articles carried In
111 \ ung people group of the W. M. S. of the Homestead Metho- ; piano| neighbors Frames and Marjorie THE AMERICAN BOY Magazine.
duet Vara and M
Pn" ,I hy 1""Io'n" Church of lIomet"dd 'dist Church met Monday afternoon I Frances- Rutland Rheney; trumpet r a,21 i |' Webb Her favorite spoil is dancIng Virtually every issue offers advice

> I enjoyed II party Tmscduv I it the home of Miss Helen and she ranks as the No. 1 from a famous coach or player
Bruce Scott, Hubert Smith Don 1
i rung 1111 the lawn of the church Liingbton I i jitterbug eif Homestead III g I Football basketball track tennis
Done; piano solo Miry Grace I II
1 lmld' Cross conducted the School. in fact
\'ar-1 I Aass, Liwngston had charge of English; Glee Club quiu'tet-M tryFrmces every major sport is covered -
oJ' Mines, the Bible I stud)'. Her favorite actor Is StepiiFcchet I in fiction and fact articles.
1 1I I Rutl md. Lois Pierce, Mary
:'um'I h ,nd rikrveie served.I'ho.t others who attended wire: Mrs. and her favorite color is Teachers, librarians, and
:::: : : : I Ellen Dearing Hilda Dodson: vio1m parents
present e ele. Mi J. \\ I Dan William. Mrs C A. Williams I solos-Philip Wilson, eky-blue pink. leaders of boys clubs also recom-
I II III "dull iirl I sei: Mi-M", Loisnd M s. Dexter Smith Mrs J A.I; Hild Dodson accompanied the- Of all the boys' she prefers redheads mend THE AMERICAN BOY en-
I D Klhy. n"hl"'n. Miss II., on For her futuie Jeannette
Duuithrit. Mrs A. S Move. MisC 1 piano thuslastlcally They have found
dm i 11 win. MM Irene' Jackson. D Enkei. Mrs Geo. Runson and Reading-Yvonne Pollard Future is going to pack up her wagon und that as a general rule regular read-
Mi, Wanda Sickle, Miss A\ is Bit- Mrs. S. E. LingMon. Farmers ; head back to North Carolina to vance more rapidly and developmore
Quartet-J. T. Godwin
ting, the Rev Geo II Ricks 'I I get hitched up with one of them worthwhile characterises

Richard' and Joe Hiekson Adolph MRS FRANK \\FKR Everett. Curl Shuler Fredrick; comet Wilbur solo Caves- "tar-heels." than do boys who do not read it

Lopez flitting John Charles Kuhn Behrens Bond ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE Henry Dodson; piano solo-Hilda wNN.,,, ..NNNNI.N, ''' Trained writers and artists, famous -
Vernon Jack-;
Mrs Frank Webb entertained a iDcdson; Homestead High School"Jitterbugs"Jane Homestead Girl coaches and athletes, explorers
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group of friends at her home witha I Gatlln. Kathleen By MARY CATHERINE : | scientists ana men ':recesstil -

tuumsiiir CLASS : bridge party Wednesday Freeman Edna Fort KatherIne .."'".".."' ..".."...........NNIN1,1111....."..../N/ I In. business and Industry
ENJOYS; PICNIC noon. Mrs. A. M. Logan arter-I Marsh Howard West and Ed- Join with an experienced staff to I
A fund of $350 was left from produce in the THE AMERICAN ,
winner and
The member of the Wesley Fellowship core prize Mrs. Frank 1 ward Kirby; trumpet trio-Henry .
Class Hiusman, second score winner, Dodson, Howard West. Carton ouf 10th birthday We voted to BOY the sort ol rending matter
of the Homestead Those i use the money to buy a book .for boys' like best.
Method Church entertained with I playing were: Mrs Paul Sweet; piano solo-Mable Ruth
n picnic at JJitlieson Hammock Reynolds. Mrs. B. M. Hmdman. Pope; trombone solo-John Kuhn; our library A thank you note toMr. i THE.AMERICAN,BOY will oa
Mrs. C. H Steffanl Mrs Geo M 1 i!trumpet solo-Howard West Reynolds was voted to be sent most news stands at 20" a copy

the Tuesday evening wandered After supper Frlck Mrs C. Hagler Rice. Mrs j J I Mary Frances Arthur thanked for our ice bowl. This coming Subscription price ....,. n. o for
group through the
IIduHmlll1. Mrs. Tuesday Is to be the last meeting one $3.30 for three :
lulls and played Login and Mri Mr. Blackburn for his services to year or years
games.Those Webb The camp committee Is to meet Foreign raits 50e extra
the Student Council and Mrs Hind- a year
attending were' Mr. and June 4 at 2 clock.
To( subscribe simply. send
Mrs. Dave Williams. Mr and Mrs. man Installed the new officers for your
FAREWELL DINNER GIVEN the coming year. The committee for the camp.is: name oddrewana remittance dIrest -
Lloyd Field, Mr and Mrs. L. C.
Dodd Mr. and Mis Robert FOR J UK MiniFL: ...."."",.."""".............."."' ".""''''..,,....,,,,.. Senior patrol all members; ForgetMe to THE AMERICAN BOY
A farewell d nner party in honorof -Not patrol, Mary Suber; Rose 7430 Second Blvd., Detroit, Michigan
:11'0), Mr. and Mrs Ivan MC-I Jack MiMichael was given recently Senior Rogue's\ Gallery patrol Betty Gatlin; and Poinciana ,-AdvBackache,
Casper Williams. Mrs W.
at the home of his parents By ALLEN POPE patrol Ruth Rutland I I
Hmsam' Mrs. Alton Horne Miss Mi and Mrs Wm. McMichael. """.,,,....."',,,,,,,,....,,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,,"' ,,....,,.. Scout notebooks have to be In''

Mary McNelll, Aliases Men md The, meal I Was prepared andseied Elm In Cooper next Tuesday to enter for the prize.
.\ it" netteMo '. Miss Helen
c Field I
> I I a3G1 2--mm
Miss Fffe Bxtl Miss Iris Cip by Miss Louise Barnes. Miss Elwin Cooper was born in Randolph Names must be in by next Tuesday l',

I 111111"". Miss Annette DeglemmMi Fffe Mar Waters Miss Dorothy Kansas. June 23: 1923. He to be able to go to the key.
Kyle nod Miss Adrian Callahan is the son of Mr Harry Cooper
II 'bin' ,
n 11 Williams. Roy (Nel -
>"n md, Robert Cist Dimmgwii' enjoyed followingthe who has a rural mail route in the

dinner Redl.mds.
JIR.1) :MRS KEVO \\IIIB CO'eNI'ere laid for: Mr. and Elwin spent his youth playing

ENTERTAIN; / BRIDGE (lilt Mrs McM chael. Miss Dimes, Miss with little girl, In Kansas and also

Mi and Mn Be\o Webb enter Waters, Hits. Kvle Miss Callahan. with his Ulster beIidneys

Limed the Thursday Night Bridge \Mlllum McMichuel Charles Steffanl His favorite movie, stir Is Heddy 7 May
Club nt their home Tuesday eve Willurd, Comes and the hon- Lamar His favorite color 'is blue i

ung Mrs W. R. Bud and Geo or guest He is an usher at the First Baptist :

N Wikcfield wore high score prize


Those attending were Mi and : FOR DANCE I .

Mrs W. E. Rhenev. Mi nnd MisT Kappa Phi Delta Sorority appointed First Choice I -111 or .'

J. Faust Mi. md Mis Julian .i committee for the arrangement -
II Webster. Mr md Mrs Frank : or the ,inmtrlul fo :, StomachEVERY '
Among Boy Magazines
Webb Mr and Mrs L B Summers the commencement dance on Jiim ,:

of Miami Mr. and Mrs Bird 4 at its moving Monday night it I I
Mr and Mrs. Wak f'eld.' Mrs N. the home Ir Miss Ways Horton i I BOYS' LIFE ORGAN is served! by some nerve which j

P Thompson and Mi md Mrs. Miss Nina Dyal Miss Betty 'leads out from the spinal column between the

'j Webb. Brown and Miss Dons Warr wen \ertebra. When a vertebra closes down
standard "" ",fa".*mAn Bays on a

n n s. RFNIOK"TI.V>S appointed for to the make country the club arrangements Miss- nerve, or impinges it, the organ served by that

HONORED: 111 ROn :MOTHERS : IN editor. writers end .rttitlrc I nerve is affected. Thus. Chiropractic holds, a I

The members of the ,<'n i "'i' elisscl .f nU4 Hit ton In their DiMi. large .
I percentage\ of sickness, of disease has its
Homestead high' Si h..I' and
An Meal Gift for Any Boy in the )] column
their guests wen I h"111 edw I I' origin pin"l for Chiropractic -

hamburger fry list icr'k 11'hl'' I Send II SO for year'sobicrlptlon has perfected a method of treatment.

'' municipal park b.1 Ih, ,, I "m ONLY '
: mothers Mrs. A t' Auin lidTurner's I MONKEY lagged "'*' ,ipom... Consultation Without Obligation
Mrs J. W. English )Iran 111 : \.' of;= .mlc
t-v JUNGLE pages e!**c Cortisone
1'\ '' ,, IM TNt U.S.a I ...1'.1. gad .j.is..l.spleaNeael.rtkles14oenaefee"res. I .. Hours: 1-12: 1-5: t-$
i i """"""""""*

Funeral Home] I Sundays by Appointment

tl-IIR AMIU-LANCF. SERVICE .n J.Hele first rest nriw a-nta Woo.f o Dr. R. J. Elliott I

r '" Lady Attendant I. 'i r.Mrs 11 a.t..d, a RLA.N MI.wL, BOY SCOUTS of AMERICA \ II

Phone 561-R Homes ''F' 1 Park Avenue Nw,*.-.N,T. I II Horne Bldg. I
I I d I Homestead, Fla.
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t Friday, May 24, 1940 THE A -E TERP Page Eleven

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runs, Kinard; stolen bates, Cheshire
Barrow; base on balls-olf
Auto Quiz No. 1
Caves 2 Fuchs 3 struck
I UNDIAMONDBALL Caves 7, Fuihs 5. Umpires Reich- I

art and sincere .\naw rn
I, RATE: first Insertion 194 a line, subsequent insertion :i

SEASON OPENER I Wednesday 1. c, twenty to thirty feet Tlu 5f a line

Home .\R. R. 11. E. Uniform Vehicle Code specifies 30; _--- ___ __ I I'I
I Mistretta, If . 4 I 2 0 feet Various states ..pt'elfy'ary. = -J

Approximately 300 tarn watched M. Bishop, si 4 :I I 0 Ins distances between IS and 30' FOR KENT JOB SALE-Nice piece of bu

It W. D. Horne Company team I Cheshire c .. 5 1 1 0 feet. Your answer is correct if you ness property Good price fnrnsh

,defeat the Brooker Lumber Com- ;/ J. Cloninger, 3b. S 0 1 0 checked c, Now check one thing 'FOR RENT turn u.hid huu-t. : DenJ W Morris, registers d

Caves 2b .. ..,.. 4 I I 0 modern within l'' real estate broker
pany aggregation) by a score of 0 '''''00 more-your brakes! conveniences next to MM -

',to 5 In the initial tilt of the 'Edwards, tf ,." .... 4010 2. c pull over to the curb on I' mile Homektfiid $15 .i month list Church Krome Ave, llom -

Homestead Diamondball Association McDaniel, Ib.. ...4000 I Brooks, Inc. ( nu'4in 11 stead, ( fi6tnVANTKO l I
your right and stop In
I many
Young rf
schedule at the ballpark 4 1 I 0
municipal cities the ordinance requires this
FOR RENTApllrtml"l1ll. Sum
Anderson cf 4 I 2 0
Friday night. I ct Whether not there is \ :
O, Clomnger, p 4220 pr :e 01 mer rates. Benj W. Mum.
The teams swung along on even such a provision In the local ordinance registered real estate broke,

terms until the third inning, when I good judgment dictates tins REAL ESTATE WANTED: III, ,
.tliree Biookcimen crossed home Totals 42 912 0 wise move. RENT YOUR HOl'hfc-fuin.neo Time clients who \\.mt' 11;' ", '

plate. Home waited until the Krooker .\R.R.H.E. I 3, True, When following another ,' or unfurnished I have yen I What blIyou'! One 1\.1111. i

seventh to start scoring. One run Wittkop 2b 3 I 2 0 car a driver should allow 'round client Benjamin W shall giuvi and house. ,iiutlilaige

:; was made at that point, followedby | BarrolV'I. 5 1 0 0 himself sufficient space to stop Morns registered real pUtt glow vUth' iiuum .10'

... : four m the eighth and another E Sullivan, 3b 5 0 1 1 I safely in an emergence The minI.I broker, N. Krome a\e, nt to',' other \\'ho'nnts to ti,ulipinpcity ,: ,

\ the ninth. Brooker made one ''C. Sullivan, If 5 1 I 0 I mum distance at 35 milieu an houiis Baptist Church Ouldlf) J. K. Dorn 214 111 "

", each in the eighth and ninth. I Kinard, ct 4230 ; about 25 feet; at 45 miles an OOAiuide. .'hone24tU

Only one error was made by the C Bishop, Ib 4000 !{I hour 33 feet FUR SAlh (pal!)-mil )
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winning tciim Bishop, shortstop, Sherard, sf I 0 0 0 I -
hand' 1, regular high
Marred a perfect record by dropping Home c 0000 i "'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ,
I beaded ceiling out of old D ipti" | : school and grade school subjects.
a pitched ball. Brooker Davis. p, rf 4000
mistakesThe Church building P. J. Franklin, :\Irl. H J. Armstrong, A B ,
made Brooker, Ib 2000 Ot'tr Ills Mend ,
second game of the seriesscheduled ruths, p. :2000 He said he would lay the earth (m24)1) Plummer drive and Country
I I Club road.
for Monday between "
lat my feet, said the sentimental FOR SALE-Crosley electric

Brooker and Perrine was Total .. . 33 5 7 1 girl I frlfiprator, $35; good condition: LEGAL NOTICES

,celled. can-1 I 'Yes," answered Miss Gadabout new unit Just installed Howaiduprlglit
rt In the third game of the 1-9 "it sounds good, but it Is piano. $100; good condition j blurt KI" .PPllr..TIUN Visit
Bi-ookcr 000112100 5 i I II
night Horne TAX Ukt.llChiiHN
Wednesday ,
I played not practical You already I havethe Box B-120 Leader-ln- 1741 .... ,,f mat
.;,' again beat Brooker. The score was I earth at feet What you' Mir No. A.IMS
Two base hits, Cheshire; home your terprise. (m24-j7))
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Ntto '
krnky M\
9to5. rn that t u" i.
runs Kinard; stolen bases Barrow -, want is a three- or fourstoryhouse ( i huliter of state end Counts T.. Cerlt'
{ Horne found Fuchs, Brooker Edwards over your head-Ex.! I NEW NYLON CANNON HOSIERY mt, ll>7< end UW2 taim!
; base on balls-off:
pitcher, fairly easy, smacking the made of coal, air and water EtH"dr or July, A. I). lull. Ivu Rhea
Cloninger 8, Fuclm 11: hits off: .ff.d ho mai..pPllrntiun
ball for 12 hits. O. Cloningcr Come In and see them at the for a test area to ... fount 'Hint
hurler allowed Fuchs 9 in 5 innings, off Davis 3 such development as unlikely now II Nod rtllliilM pmh'... Ih* fallow! '
Hornesman seven Homestead Variety Store.
in 4 Innings. Umpires, Rcichart Senator Andrews reported he dnerlbrd rnptrlir in the county of !>..' .
: tits. (pml7-31)) 8t". of KloruU t...*lti
and Sincere i would continue to remain on duty Lot II .' HblMh' Hi-lirhl'
Brooker bunched its scores in : :.t/It : :;
;; ___ __00 at the capital to make certain that i Amend-d a 11ak 29. $.
the fourth fifth, sixth and seventh FOR SALE-One young, good milk 14. In I 15.05 ion 18. lu.n.Mp II South
(t Florida as well as the nation is i goat $30. Goat milk 30c Hears II ...t. In mho ,Croon of Pads,
but earned quart
innings only
blots "r 'I.ldo. w .mb..d I. Cartlflr.t
'i' goose eggs In the remaining two ,ANDREWS\ BACKIN I fully protected. I i I Sam J. Davis Farm Life road, N. toil The om. ?t "

o frames One score was counted :|1 I >s mile south of Kcdland school. ,Col.std I beard: :: '.Nos.under in the Ili.name..id :.i rflf 1'a:,

.41 ty Home in the first, fourth, sixth CAPITAL AS I THANK YOURealizing (pm24)) ; kno.n
L.. 12, IlUk 1. Illnrah II l lehl.Amend'A l
and ninth Innings and five in the
> sub.. 1'l.t 11o.k "- pass
{, fifth. the ImpomibllUv of ': FOR SALE Tropical plants cit 21, tit autos" 16. Tiwn.hl|> ,M x 'uh,
seeing and personally thanking the Honor 41 ... In the County t 1',1,
.1. "
J Home had a clean slate as (aiu CRISIS LOOMS rus trees and tro;>I ica: fruit laseason I ",... "I .1".010. .. .mh..ooI to ,
than million Floridians ,
conceined E. Sullivan more a quarter Jungle Grove RedUndi till"" N" l.71 h. 48If.old ,
errors were who voted for me In theprimary 1"1"'''' under 1h. .101 I -l,' ,
made the i road and Plummet drive. .... ,
f third baseman I a..1 .0. III fir non.I"
!!: I' of May 7th, I take this loam last. .
\\,1111111:1 :\101.23 :Mi mbeiif ""
mistake -
I only charged against method of expressing to each one SALE Rabbits 20c Lot 10 It. niarhi S. 111.1, ,10H".h"
FOR a pound .
Brooker. I the Lnitnl State, 'rrti' 1 1.1"jU1l11'd a "b. (1'1. Ih.k I Io '
: ;: I ,if '. of onus mv sincere appreciation for Pray's Feed Store. (m3-17)) I 24 In ""..uvn '6. T."n.hll' h1kanre ,,,,,
Brook- tin H
Kmard center fielder for MI I mall, is "iidi
>r. your support and the confidence II Fen-1, In the ('VUII'. "r .1' ,01 1
cr, smacked out the only home ,ins in litu .ilh applaud t. Hi 1 J JHH'ND state .r .1vlda. 3o .mhr.ood i n < '
It placed In me. I assure >ou such FOUND J tier,air N" tine" Tho ....."", ..,
i.'t. run made in the game He ton- decision of United States S nitoi confidence will be protl''tl'cby .id| 1'1''''t. under the .nil, tease ,,(,
? nccted for the circuit trip In the Charles O. Andrews to return to i l is'.""Un. In tar n."". I 41 I It
j continued fair. Impartial said effl- : -While dim, bluk. head Turner.loot. .
sixth Inning! One of his play- his post of duty during the Present|, j U" 10. niork ID Md.I 01
.. of
i orient .n.lre to extent m\ netk Phase iliumMi
I third base him crisis despite hn interest in tin., i rope uounn H'Ih'' Amede 0 ash I 1-lo, II I In
1 states on preceded ability I THINK 101'. : F\ "i C'"'llni-, :\11011)10.) I !.... H in Mntlin in. I I"" ?
.across the plate. second primary campaign I I to Si,il''h. Hnniii II KB.I: I1.,
M. LEE (1112.1)FOR ) I f 'hd.emb.sI ,
I J. I'.nf Hide SUI '
Friday: When Florida senior senator i I In Ortirird. NU ". ,,p I I'I Io.nn
' I' made Ins initial. ,tin, ( oiniHnilli n1 of .aid 1 ruprty Ili'
Brooker til. R. II I.: appearance on EXCHANGE: 21.1 s..ofIrn le a..urd we. In :the::: : :
o I Wlttkop, sf 3000 floor ot the senate after has return I -- "I ,lu.nata' 1 "shoo. .
/f. to Washington recently hI.'a' I 1'ol\,5r .oA, 1 ( ...1111'.1... hull, I I.nunllu. I.
Barrows so 4 I 1 1'C. WHO WOULD //1.1 F\'II .1,1' ,0t'0 t "'"I 11,1.I 01,1 iu low ,Ili." I"? """ 1
: .' Sullivan, It .. .. 3000 greeted with nn ovation in which' I I CI I ? "I I '''11a. Itu\ .1.,' t I" .. ',", .11I lor .old I" .,,, I I

C. Bishop, 2b .. .... 4 1 2 0 both Democratic and Republican i I b/lclle it ? IK"f i 11"111't ,'I I I I 111\4 I 1,0d5,1',,r t .101'the'o!"the.." m Houle"".10 if 01"",I.1.0, ,,1 'It i",

t r.I"I Sullivan, 3b 4 I 1 1'I'j' senators jomt-d ',,, I, i 'h.I '.t I .I..r! J"h' 1I I III ""
I',, 01 I l Iay Mm I i
Kinard, cf' 4 2 3 0 The demonstration for the Florida P II 'I.I'I.Aflll ;KMs'

. lm,' e ... ...___ -4 000 senator was led by Senator | In 20 team. It is estimated that What V04 \'h'k, "f f" ," ,
rite In ')0,10 I "" I
will tie the lamest "
. Brooker, lb. 4 0 1 1 Alben Barkley, Democrat of Ken-1 Tokyo r n '",JI' J
. : tuck leader of the majority j the world New lurk next and ', :N I' .1114141 II I'
Sherard, rf .. .. .. ..2 000 I I.omlon. third. I J".., ''''
t; Following prolonged conferences .
'O. Sullivan, rf 2 0 0 0 I ----
the natal Radio kt'<'I)' one iliea'-t II f fj>t-
in senate affairs (
Fuchs, p 3 0 1 0 I -
- mittee, of which he is n 'om-I nhiflingoild events Hit !moilcin -

.' Totals .. ...........J7 5 9 3 Senator Andrews laid he wet confident radio" bungs ALL the diet'. BIRD'S
every member is fully when news-nrtlsU--politics. etc,I i iclearl

1 11", Horne A 8. R. 11. E. agreed Florida must continue to > and distinctly Let US keep

.,i Mistretta, If ... ............ .5 1 1 0 share to the fullest in all national your set in repair.

,Bishop si _.._......... .....9221 defense measures L. c noun RADIO SUES & IndorsedUSED

I Cheshire, c .._...__........ 4 1 1 0 "I mean those which will be sERY ICE

-: Cloninger, 3b _.__.._.._..402: 0 actually constructed and not those 209 N. Krome Ave, Homestead ,

!t ,McDaniel, Ib _..._...._.. 4 1 1 0 which may be put down on paper Phone 534

: I Edwards, 2b _..._.__.....4 000 or discussed in soap box oratoryon CARS

Yount rt.. _........_.._. 3 000 Florida stree cornerFlor

I Andi sf .._ .. 3 0 1 0 ida's senior senator oxj lined I our used can alwa represent toad value, but the

< Smi 'I'i _. ::: : = :. 0 1 0 lIe said one of the moit serious NEWT. G. BALLNOTARY ones listed below are unusually choice and we recommend

t I Cave ... ...._.__.... .4 1 1 0fC phases of the recent invasion of I any one of them for your consideration.

: w"6 smaller European nations may be PUBLIC '............................................
To a _....._. ._..._... 10 1 found in the fact some of thes, tl

powers own island possessions 19.J3: CHEVROLET STATION WAGON; '
I S Brooker ._.... .00030001 1-5 :

I' Home .'- .000000141 close Any to attempt the Florida by to, '>11..1 ai-t Ian pow- I' Fire Insurance a..d looks and rains like new ; priced cheap for

fC 1 Three base hits Caves; home'ers to seize one of thosi islnndt Kindred Linc4 I quick sale.

Senator Andrew expli d. would I IiJnml' MJ7: Ht'K'KItOOR' TOURING SEDAN
'' ely prec -'late a situation
NOIICB TO BTOCKHftl.llF-M I radii this in excellent condition aadI
,III!' for :the United ; 'hr
No.lee II hereby tlvtn that the onn...01 serial not ( I 35\1 Krome He.
mar 'I of the lUK-kholdrn of the n"o. States but fnl'0'I rid .i' \"- I 'I) Ml!*
F' ( Iq.t ('.'1111.., Company wlI, "N. h.ld .
-., he: offtr: ;>f the Company, -,: Thom.-lesid" Indicating hee o1rll 01 i 'i\ .-- ,:3' til-AROINT I :"MOOR SEDANlo.v;
fl il., Tinrdtr Juiu 11, I 1" at i P m --- --
f fur the purpnw "f plwllniitfclan board "r d". ....;,;..d ... "
I > and in 'client condition heap
and trinurllni irhM ?thr blloln... niH aj e e..( I
} may romp before the retina
C, W. MOODY. I'", iltlm I for qiiitk sale.
"0' I A. T FOrLF. ,8.rn..av sea Tn.'nr.. I THE W'Grl.D'S GOOD 1 r' Still I '
floor 24, SI ,-Ju..' ;. I"t' C' ..aHi I II I, ID.56: ISUICK: I bOOR ir {LLNC S' : UN

: I THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MOt ... a real buy and prix u riKht.

.. I A i InlirtHlioiul Duly>1... fp.prr I 1. .1 1'LYMOl i'll -DOOR FOUIMNG

C. J. BROWN CO. It r ends for FOB the .* oS'. .1..... POI'......11.. doinft .>11' .
'i SEDAN.r. clean original paint.
don look iplo t u wt with*. kut -a -r rt >nt im for bur n.u "11 84 sate I
....." .jlt< 1 Assails. T' tl"a is! '17 roNTiAC ... J 'Of'1l royiuNr ; SEDAN
Refrigeration Service .. .
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The Ci. 'tea s.t.ate P-yDrab.e. assists -radio; eu pa nr in excellent con.
Osw 'romay rttrort $aaisa, ai'raeb", rt'rPiouo dition.PRESTON
I r' riral ..,'" my rsbnrletten to The '''till.. 5Heaes t' '...or ra .

II"I .OMTIUJS a Bonth.l:;:..In. ithiUM I r..utk IIN' B. BED> MOTOR CO.
: Co.tl ,1.:: inf! i.ed4IIassotlwaq If.attos. i r.a I: ew, s twee tw

,)gam.addrer. _.... .-

CAn BLDG. South Lrome A"e. Phone 18
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Page; Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May 24, 1940VlSEHEART

Ito I find out why a warm blooded
\ CITES.mammal Is able to stay under
:wi er for such long periods during
NEED 'OF UNITY I feeding times'
i More than $1,200 has been spent
'so far in an effort to capture one L1
IN DADS GROUP of the mammals, Dr. Irving said,,
but the animal has eluded all effort .
at capture and has broken
Importance 01. Did County through traps set for It.
delegation In Tallahassee working

ws in harmony stressed for by Marshall th. entire C.county Wlw MORGAN ETCIDNC Bulk Brown Any Brand Sun-Brite Dried

heart and District property, candidate, at i owner recent for In the political the legislature Redland rally EXHIBIT HELD Sugar \ Mil I I k Cleanser I Lima Beans

here.Mr Wlseheart emerged with BY ART CLUB 4lbs, 25c 3 cans: .19c 3 cans 13c :31bs. ... 19c

more than 12.000 votes In a field of,I
five men In the first primary. He _
hal practiced law In Dade County I The tint of a series of exhibitions Royal Hrms Coffee ALL GRINDS 25c
. more than 12 years and la actively Etchings by F. Town- Ib.
Interested In the develojjsfei
send ," which of ,
of farming and grove land in the Morgan are part a
Homestead and Redlands area. service supplied by the Florida i

"It li my opinion that your let. Federal Art Project will be on, Miracle Whip qt. 35cFreezing -kpkgr-
iiUtors have done much for Dade display for a week at 34 West
County In the past four yearn, particularly I Mowry street, announces Mrs Ben
the elimination of the poll I Archer, president of the Homestead tiJ
tax. This legislation alone hag( Art ClubMembers 3 19cGauze
given Dade the opporunity to be I of the club will keep
the strongest county In the state. I the building open from 2 to 8 Jell far
But the important thing la that clock each week day and Sunday BB4J?
this was done through the delegation I Exhibits will be held In the = 23 c
working together I pledgeyou Chamber of Commerce buildingas
that I will co-operate with soon as full time custodians are TOILET TISSUE
vour delegation My record Is a placed there. BILK
guarantee of my ability" Wise Mr. Morgan is the gallery direc-
of MEAL or GRITS 5 Ibs. .14c .25cKraft's
heart said I know the tor Key West Art Center and 6 rolls ....................
As a form owner In this collection he has graphi-
importance of this area In Dade cally depicted some of the roman-
County. I understand your problems tic atmosphere of that tropical CAMPBELL'STOMATO I
I will fight In Tallahassee urea He has won numerous, prizes SOUP 3 25c
for all legislation benefiting the for his work in the metal plate cans ChocolateMALTED
farmer, fruit grower and workingman. media, and has been widely pub
liclzed In art magazines as wells FACTORY PACKED MILKLb.
"I pledge that I will work for in those dealing with etching S..tSar
better schools, for a bill that will His work has been on exhibition 5-ID. bag 25C 29cEXCELL
keep your school teachers In their! I in most of the museums and art I can ..................
positions and give them pcnsioni centers in the United States as
I will work for $40 monthly for well alt the Library of Congress
the aged I also favor repeal of in Washington, D. C and beforehe CANADA\
the gross receipts tax and will took over the directorship of \mVpifff Soda Graham
work, against any new taxation on Key West Art Center he was con I :m ve : mm or
this county. nected with the United States BUY 2 BOTTLES. GET ONE FREE CRACKERSUb.pkg.10c I
Mr. WUeheart said that he also treasury department. BIG BOTTLE
favored legislation to further the Mr. Morgan had a thorough lpow Brepe Cream fleet Loot lode Orange 80W- PLUS atP03/T/
Everglades National Park project grounding in drawing and ,
and a redistribution of the gas tax before he decided that polntln'j
to give Dade County Its rightfuihare I was his forte, and he
In both watercolor and oil, although N| I
Pillsbury's Flour
he Is known as one of the 5-ib.bag
best In his own field. I
Use of the building In which the I
I exhibit is housed Is donated by
DEDICATE ts owners Mr and Mrs Frank FKESII COUNTRY
Skill The building was formerlyknown I

GIFTVINDO'VS' :' as the Manly paint I Bananas ROLL BUTTER, lb..33c

. . ltore'l

I 3 Ibs. ..... 13C DEXTER
windows of
the Two First stained Presbyterian glass Church of; OLYMPIATHEATRE i SLICED B BACON, lb. 21 c

Homestead, recent gifts of Mrs J.I
A. Kelly of Lebanon. Ky.. will be, New Red BlissPotatoes CUT
dedicated by the Rev Ceo HRnks .'
pastor. at the morning service CHUCK ROASTalb.E. 2C
Sunday. A special musical;
program has been prepared by Dr
Carl Robinson, organist MIAMI 5 lbs..17c
A duet, "One Sweetly Solemn I
Ambrose, will be sum (cUe till I P. n.i S5e till 8 p. m.; 15cMILK
Thought by lb.
by Mrs T L. Hodges and Mrs' 40c Evenings) _ .
W. M. Flflcld with a clarinet obligate I Cobbler
played by Ceo M. Frick. Mr.1 FED-BONED AND ROLLED

Quest Ricks' for sermon God topic"- will be, "The Saturday thru Monday, I: Potatoes VEAL ROAST, lb. __ _ 29c .

TIwindow..,Installed last weekare. May 25-28.27
a only ones of their kind In
the Redland District They are
leaded windows of the old English Anna Neajrle' 10 Ibs __ .25C SMOKED BACON, lb. _ 18c
diamond design, with matched
stained glass The medallions on and
them are the cross and crown and Iceberg TENDERIZED:

the open BibleScientists Searching RajMillaul"IRENL" Lettuce PICNIC HAMS, lb. _ 17c

For Rare ManateeStuart I
SPRTs mM .
spy Let
May 23 (INS)-Dr,I ; 2 heads.19c anus'me se Weep retie 3 CAtiLUX 49c
Lawrence Irving scientist of
Swathmore College, arrived at
I Stuart this week to search for the, flame Grown SOAP3/or19c
I almost extinct Manatee, the wal-; \
rus-llk'e set cow of the St. Lucie I If
Lima Beans
f river
1 If Is hoped, the scientist explained Tuesday a'Wednesdsy,
to successfully capture a, My %*- "LtE !V 3 19c
25c fee
i I t specimen and deliver unharmed 3lbs. - .. : K
1 to the Marine Studios, where Its
habits may be sudied at leisure John Garfield
"In the manatee physical
make-up," Dr. Irving said, "there Home Grown '
I are III'CII'I'of respiration' as yet RINSO
': unknown to man. We may learn CarrotsBunch
J something that will aid conservationists "SATURDAY'SCHILDREN"
la preserving the specie /
I Of 3>urs t, our primary purpose Is .4
I- 5'C 244 C
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