Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: February 7, 1941
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00476
Source Institution: University of Florida
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High School Plays Here Tonight ,
'BAD EGG' SHOT j Tampa ,

i Growers and Redland Clash Tuesday I J

THE WEATHER ,Engineers Set to Watch
AS HE STABS I Baiketeert from Jefferson High{Redland Farm Life gym, with a Result of Florida

School of Tampa will play Homestead *I game between the B teams commencing Ottl'I.Ith..pcoo't of the lIuhttor''.t I .
Site
at 730.: A Joint parade E..rl....' a.u..... ".-.. Florlds, City
High School in the local'gym
': tonight at 8 o'clock and the lot the Redland and Homestead note I 1..1111.I .' ..... Rlln
MAN TO DEATHJohn AMPLE: FOR FUTURE
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I school bands through Homestead Jan. SO I It I 143 :30.171{
.Growers, suffering the sting of In the afternoon will remind fans Jan. 31.. I 73 '41 .30.Ul : POPULATION NEEDS
two defeat in the past week will of the approaching conflict. Frb. 1. 73 39 ISO,07!

Emanuel in TroubleFor try desperately to change their Although Homestead has won Feb. 2. . 74 I 48 I I (3,000,000 Gallons' a Day To
luck. both games already played this Feb. 3_ I 80 i 58 ,,29.911| 003(
Flow 183-Mile; Distance
Third Time Since Fort Lauderdale High School year, it Is felt that Tuesday's bat Feb. 4< I 189 I 149 '30.05, :
Cash Event won from Homestead Monday tle will be anyone's game as Red- Feb. 5 I 171 I 181 ;.30.03i | to Key Westj
night on the Lauderdale court by,land will be on Its home court and
DENIED KNOWLEDGEOF a score of 42-23 and on the preceding |Homestead has not been, working j exploration rnytr i'is pu-
Friday night the local team I any miracles against other teamslately. STATE REBUILDS,pared to tart a long-perl pumpIng
McCALL LETTER was defeated by Miami Edison for Season
tickets can not be test on a possible well and
the second time this year, 43-23 used for this game, Itva.. an KROJIE ROAD ALL
pumping plant site fin the soutli-
Jurv Returns First Degree The third Homestead-R/'dland nounced and the gate receipts will
ern edge of Florida City this week.news .
: .:r.I ul'der Verdict forPremeditAtion. basketball clash tills season will I I be split between the athletic departments -
came from Washington thnt
take place Tuesday' night in the 1 of the two schools WAY FROM I TRAILMotorists '
t : ,.. specifications for the aqueduct to
Y I Key West had been redrafted by

John Emanuel Princeton negro HEART ATTACK Column of Rhymes bound for the Tamlaml;i the navy department to Increase

at whose hack the first Cash kidnap And Reason Starts Trail via Krome avenue will soon I the diameter of the pipe line tram
12 Inches to 18 Inches
note was found, was In serious TAKES FORMERLOCALPASTOR With Today's Issue be able to drive all the way overa This Information was contained

trobule :yesterday for the third or smooth, oil-surfaced highway ,in a bulletin sent the Leader-En-

fourth time since that tragic event In this |MB. of the LeaderEaterarbe Some time ago the state road terprise .b) Senator Claude PPBl -

twp and a half :years ago-with begins column of department maintenance crews rebuilt l per a office Washington.\. The
death staring at him even if he "poetry and philosophy, rhyme Krome at the north end fora dispatch follows:
and reason., laughs and teen distance of eight miles from the Washington D. C.. feb. 4-
recovers from four bullet wounds Dr. John C. Gekeler, former Hints and ahades" written by Trail, and now they are rebuildingthe i Three important new defense contracts -
from which he lies In Kend.UJlOIpital. pastor of the Homestead Presbyterian Robert Kyle Bret, wise beeame rest of It, so that the entire are soon to be awarded In
thus far paralyzed from Church, died after a heart a resident of Homestead several 19 miles between Homestead and. Florida. Senator Claude Pepper
the waist down. months MO. The column will be announced today.
the coast to coast hlhway111 be
attack Tuesday at his home in
Emanuel long known as a "bad "
found under the title of "Light free from ruts, mud and dust "They will Include, he Bold
Bigger engaged in what started Key West where for ten he
yean and Shades" on Page Four. 'the building of a water line from
Out to be a friendly tussle with had been pastor of the First Presbyterian In a varied career since he !the Florida mainland to Key Wr another negro, Mose Wood got Church of that city.; He attended the University of Alabama COMMISSIONERSSPEAKATJOINT ito serve naval and civilian needs
one or two scratches from a knife 88 old. Mr. Befis counts tea I and the construction, near Pen 1I -
over possession of which they; was yean 1 yean on the stare, during tw i cola, of another army air base The
were fighting and went off, after Funeral services, in which all .f which, 1129.19, be acted I third project embraces the construction
they were separated, wearing that Protestant ministers, of Key; West: In plays with Ana Harding. ,I of men airport by the
lie \would come back and kill Wood. and the chaplain of the Key; West I Later h. traveled fer Warner CLUB MEETING ,Civil Aeronautics Authority and
About an hour later he carried out naval station participated, were i Bros Theatres, was a department I I ten airports by the Works Project
111*.threat, stabbing Wood to death held yesterday.; I bead Uanaouker'e, New Administration with benefit of
after Wood had been knocked to I Dr. Cekeler who left here to York and In allocated W. A.
was business for I Four member of the Dade funds to the P. by
the ground by; a rock thrown by ,take the Key West pastorate, was I himself In that order. Business County Commission, speaking before 'the Civil Aeronautics Administra
another negro Rufus Dixon. The I pastor of the Homestead Presbyterian reverses In his
own venture sent a Joint meeting of the Red- tion.
heavy rock truck Wood with such :' Church from September, him to Homestead to accept a land District Lions Club and the "The total of the contracts to
to break bone In the 1929 to 1831. At the
force as a September,
position with
a bulness institution Homestead Rotary Club Tuesdaynight ; be awarded on these three projectswill
aide of his face.Alexander ,time of his death he was the oldest here I "
: expressed their interest In be In excess of $8,000,000, the
Horne, roommate of pastor in Key; West In point of asserted.
his section of Dade County and Senator
dote Wood came upon the scene continuous service and was president
US Mile WaUrl'jw
promised to work together in harmony
and the butchering In of the ministerial alliance of
saw process
70 PENSION BILLS ; to make this the best countyIn "The Key West waterline will
(Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two)
the United States.Commissioner be one of the longest the coun
Chaa. H. Crandon try. Its construction will mark the
South Dade Mapguides Go to 1,000 Cars ::1 IN CONGRESS TO was unable to be present, so I end of many; years of effort on the
I Commissioner Lowery was allowed, part of the civilian population of

A Week at Oversea Highway Toll Gate,BE TOPIC OF TALK (Continued on Page Three) (Continued on Page Two)


'Ten thousand Tropical America--mapguide were given out at the _forts Chairman for Community Exhibits: .1
The
map guides featuring South Dade luncheon given by; the Homestead progress to merge
County and the Redland District Rotary Club last Friday to the Ian pension movements will be reviewed At Festival Announced by ManagerChairmen

on one side and the Florida Keys members of the annual motorcade in an address here next -
sod Key; Vest on the other side of Rotarians from Miami. More Wednesday; night by John H Weir, who have accepted Princeton-Mrs. Mary E. Sladlg.Goulds .
have been placed In this area for than one thousand copies weeklyare eiponslbllity; for community; display I --Carl Lindgren.
Townsend executive for the state ,
distribution according to Joseph being given out at the north booths at the Twelfth Annual South Allapattah Gardens-W.J. .
of Florida, according; to an announcement ; VIck.
VT. John promoter and publisher toll gate of the Oversea Highwayat ,
tedland Fruit Festival were announced
of the folders. the rate of one to each tourist given out by John D. ; Perrlne-Jack Peters.
The 40,000 remaining copies of car as it stops to make the toll this week by Festival
Wysong; secretary of the Homestead Prizes,for community; booths
the mapguide will be held ra reserve payment; Manager E. H. Oallahcr as follows:
Townsend Club. am first, $100; second, $71; third.
and placed with distributors Other distribution points for the Florida City-Town counciL
M needeed by them. Mr. John mapguide Include major fining Mr. Weir who will speak In the Hometttad-BenJ. W. Morris. ,HO; fourth $23
aid.U is his practice to contact stations on the Federal Highway Neva King Cooper School auditorium Redland-Mr. and Mrs. George County Agent Chaa..H. Steffiint
a all distributors every two weeks I from Fort Lauderdale to Florida at I p. nt. will discuss "So Hanson. has charge of the department for
replenish their supplies. City; on the boulevard, Tamiaml cial Security; National Defense Silver Palm-Mr. W. K. Haas. ,exhibits pf fruits and vegetables
Three hundred copies of the (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two) N.ranj.-GeOrae Fitzpatrlck. (Continued on Page two)


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CITY: STUDYING: : PENSION BILLS mark.A Fear.of "the bullets found Their' Bird

coroner's Jury finding, the J A Little
of Wood deliberate 'and' t
slaying
NEED TO ACQUIRE (Continued.from Page One)
I and the Procreaa'M'the1'owl1Ield premeditated, returned a verdict'
|Plan. 'r" of first degree murder against I Told Us.
STREET GRADERA Emanuel, and ordered Rufus Dixon
,I''I Mr. Wysong explained that there and Milton Sandifer, who also .............-----
are 70 pension bills'noW pending
threw a rock, held aa accessories
city council committee will before congress, and some tort of before the fact. Alexander Home THAT a non-paying mine ta

study a suggested need of signs to unification must' be effected before la being held on an open charge not the only thing that can be"tatted" -------0-1
success can be' hoped for any of
direct visiting motorists back to I
them. pending the outcome 0 of Emanuel's to attract a pro.pectlve -
the Miami-Homestead Highway injuries.
before they set lost and find "All pension-minded people "sucker-buyer."
About a Emanuel killed
year ago
should
heir Mr Welt
explain this
themselves at the Tamlamt Trail
I another in a dispute over a
negro
and vlblillue. of
other the day,
The committee, composed of Councilman laid the secretary.i woman, but got off on a self defense and Senator Pepper and S. Pierre I[many years of population increase.
Henry Brooker W. R. Bird I plea At another time he Insulted Robineau, Miami attorney. I Through thin 13-Inch line will
'and T E. Kirby, was appointed '
swore at and otherwise
Aa a result of the understand flow In excess of 3,000,000 gallons
I
Monday night after
representative
GEKELERContinued baited the white driver of I' soft
lot day for distance
from the Redland District the Reconstruction Finance Corporation water a a of y
drink bottling company's truck at
agreed to finance the miles from the Florida mainland -
Chamber of Commerce, headed by 1135
two different places In Princeton, '
"
Ed. Norman Jr, appeared before ( From; Page One). for which he did a stretch of 90days Aqueduct Commission's portion. of said Senator Pepper.
the council and recommended the cost: up to $1,600,000.Specifications I Senator Pepper said that the
the Island city aa well ai tna.unr'of on the county convict gang I
erection of the ilgns. the community clinic lie was At the Cash kidnaping Investigation Redrawn 'navy will buy and supply the pipe
Purchase of a diesel street have been redrawn material and the work of laying
also a former president of the Emanuel denied any knowledge 'Specifications '
grader Wilt be considered by a Key West Rotary Club. of the kidnap note found in by the Bureau of Yards and 'the line will be under contract on 0I
committee Wso composed of He came to Homestead from the yard just off the porch of his Jocks for a waterline 18 inches a bid basil
Brooker, Bird and Kirby aa a result Ohio where he had held pastorates shack. I In diameter, which will amply'1| It was expected that construc-
oj'the appeprance before the In all sections of the state. He was provide fpr the navy's utmost needs tion would be underway in a few
council of Wm. Morris, representing a graduate of Ileidelburf I Theological I a. well as civilian needs through weeks.
the Miami branch of atractorcompany School of Ohio. ,i NAVY ORDERS I -
which has such i Mrs. Cekeler was prostrated by
a machine.that can be bought for the shock of her husband tuddcn Phone 15 Free Delivery .
I
'I, OO. I death. I
Other survivors are a'i (Continued from Page One),
'0110.11 discussion In which It brother, Henry of Cleveland; four I Key West, if not the navy as well
was brought out that county .machinery sisters Mrs. Bertha Graham of! to secure an adequate supply of
formerly has done the'''(tOkiahoma, City:"Mrs. Jennie Watkins -! water. j HOMESTEADGROCERY

street work In Homestead but Miss Marie Pekeler and Miss 1 "Two a.nd a half'years ago the
wduld tie tied up In county-gov Carrie Gekeler of St. Joseph, Mo effort culminating In the present

ernment: projects, the committee success was started by the peopleof
was appointed to have the grader I West water
Key to secure a
brought to Homestead and demonstrated MAPGUIDESContinued eupply. An aqueduct authority was:

A report will be made ..: I authorized by special act of the
back to the council at Its next -- ,legislature to raise something over
meeting ( From Page One) : I II
$1,000,000 to build a line for civilian ,
Trail and Coral Way in the Miami -
area; chambers of commerce In needs only. I
I I, "With I the development of the Cash Specials
CHAIRMENContinued Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Coral '
national defense
,Gables, Miami, Miami Beach and I present emergency i
the navy proceeded to rehabilitate
Homestead and 45 hotels
; leading
TENDERED PICXIC'HAMS
the Key West naval
( From One and 18 travel bureaus In those
Page )
tion which attained
cities, John said lb.
Mr. 18c:
.ta'i -
by Individuals, Mr. Gallaher said a submarine and destroyer
The mapguide Is 20-4 by 27W
The list of prizes for Individual the last World War. ,
Inches In size It It printed In
exhibits will be found In the adopted, at the request of the CLDAIirS SLICEDBACON
royal blue Ink on white ena I
premium\ lift booklet, soon to be navy, an Item in the second deficiency ,
melpaper, and folds into compact -
printed, copies of which may be i bill of the 76th congress, Ib. 37c
pocket size 5H by T I
;
obtained from Mr. Gallaher or at providing oa appropriation of
,Inches. Places of Interest and
Mr Sttffani's office'Every 2.000,000 to build a pipeline principally GAUZE -
business establishments giving advertising
one of the communities I I to assure naval needs the,
listed andshown
mentioned has fruit, vegetablesand on support the map,are and pictures of plan being to permit the civilian I White Napkins box Sc
flowers cultivated 1ft it,;' said :scenes of the communities makea population: to have any surplus)
that might be had from flow of
the festival manager "and with a :
border on each side
the patriotic co-operation of residents approximately 1ZooOOO gallons of JELL-O 3 pkgs. 19c
the chairmen will be able water a day through a 12-inch line. j
to arrange displays that will bring NEGRO FACESContinued "Since that time," continued
credit to the particular communities Senator Pepper, "we have been' KELLOGG'S
represented and to the districtas endeavoring to secure the construction ,
CORN FLAKES
a whole. ( from Page One) of a much larger line pkg. 7c

-We have allotted 40 feet for the so ran back to their shack, got a y-combining, through agreement I 1
exhibits of fruits and vegetablesby pistol belonging to Wood and between the navy and the aqueduct CAPCO
individuals, and we hope that rushe back to empty Its contentsIn authority of Key West, the
every' foot of it will be used. A tl gcntral,direction of Emanuel resources of each." DILL PICKLES, qt. 15c
blue ribbon looks mighty nice displayed when the attacker refused to This waa accomplished last
in the packing house or In leave but started toward Home week as a result of a conference' PREMIER ,ftd l'
the h me." with his "switch-blade knife between Secretary of Navy Knot '

r ................' '''''''''' PURPLE PRUNES, No. 2% can 15c .
Homestead Girl ScoutsBy

Mary Suber, Scribe "t = 'l PREMIER TALL CANS t
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meeting We sang off.Suzanne .a few songs to start the Fruit--Cocktail, 2 for 3Sc t

Brown la to write to 7

Dr.formation Wolfe on in Florida.Gainesville Girls are for still In- A BUSINESS ASSET= Meal or Grits, 5 Ibs. :14c

belnreminded to bring In
ChrisUhat card money and Red HEINZ (Except Clam Chowder) :

Cross Only'twenty tarn girls at a time can i I SOUP 2 ig. dma, age

go to Ragged Key. We will have away
over, and the water and shelter II
will be provided. The key Is 33 BLEACH qt. lOc
only for the Girl Scouts, and wants
ua to...o camping a lot in the :. I

winter We'feceived. a letter from Mr. i j I SELOX 1g. box :ISc

Kirbyr chairman'of the Christmas i

Che rt-whe sent a letter of thanks ,i ClIt'KCH'S nVl nEE
for the"help of the Girl Scouts I. '
The.glrls: are going on a trip to : i GRAPE JUICE qt. a9c
Naples; Fla., Saturday at 830: : I '
Katherine Kelly was hostesax '11_ was whei a home ewvrr had te Prove himself .. i
established. "ttweeet ta business BEFORE be could band : I HEINZ
.rbey a hesne. : I iTodayow
CATSUP It bottle :18c
new flU Plan reverses the process. An i I
Tropical Cafe ambitious sun with a very modest salary--say: lea than

$241--eaa, BEGIN with a heaae of his, own. And his i . .. "
itaadiM aa ..re>perty sweet U the eemneaJty can eeatrlbaU :

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Royal Palm Employees I The blaae which star rA In i Bids Received on Bonds I Homestead compared the Redland'county with its vast and varied
Clothes closet, was confined to one District of today with the wilderness problems
Given Chicken Dinner For Beaches
room, by the bucket brigadJri efforts Causeway, It was when he came here On the entertainment program
Employed; of the Homestead and damage of $15q U/W04 Bids for th;sale of bonds that II 30 years ago, Qommiiuloner Lamar -I Miss Mary Eleanor Williams gave
was said to be represents Paxson called attention to Booth Tarktnton'
plant of the Royal Palm IceCo, will make ocean beach bathing the a reading from ,-
were treated ta a chicken dinner by wearing apparel \\yfftf"* torulnedby available to South Dade residents i iI public park system*and the county -Seventeen," and Roy Nettonplayed -
last night at the Redland Cute by water without the necessity of going i hospital two projects of which the two solos on a violin
T. B. through Miami traffic were received commissioners ?arc especially I made by Sam Dot is here In the
Gilliam. general
manager
Plug for District Sent I proud, he said Hugb Peters .d I '
from Miami and Paul Reynolds, by the county commissionof sa ;Redland Disti lct.
Homestead manager To Famed Major Bowes Dade County yesterday, Commissioner -I that while he represented the north, The piano accompaniment for
Mr. Gilliam pointed out the Important J. D. Redd of Homo end of the county he was sympathetic 'Air. Nelson was played by Dr.
part that Royal Palm Ice Major Edward Bowes, who had I stead said last night. I to thenBTOblems of the' Carl Robinson.
plays In cooling the refrigerator scheduled a salute to Miami for The bids were received from, agricultural south'.t'>>d because he
can that hlp the produce of this|last night on his famous radio !bond' houses for the floating of I had lived and farmed here from 'READ THE WANT-ADS
section to nil parts of this country program of amateur talent, was devel-opment 1001 to 1929 while living at Peters,'
and Canada. Both he and Mr. sent a telegram yesterday by E. L which his father founded. j
Reynolds complimented the men i I Lawrence Homestead agent forthe cayne Key, construction of a Commissioner Lowery told of nil I, SE I'S FOR
for the loyalty and co-operation automobile company which causeway from Brickell avenue at recent successful effort to secure
given the company during the put sponsors the broadcast, and H. A. South 20th road to Virginia Key the 1(43 convention of county ol-i; TABLE AND FLOOR
;year. Cameron, local real estate broker and a viaduct to link Virginia Key ficlals for Miami He upheld the:
Attending also from Miami and former mayor of Homestead, with Biscayne Key, and development -I reputation of being the story tellerof LAMPS
were' which read In part: of an additional beachparknorth the commission (given him by,
James T. Prucha, the compan) "In saluting Miami, 5,000 Homestead of Baker's Haulover on Mr. Peters) by telling several
auditor and his brother, Roland
amusing anecdotes himself and
on
resident and visitors will Miami Beach.
who it a visitor from Lorraine O.Local SMITHGRAVESFURNITURE
his fellow .
appreciate reference to Redland Contract for sale of the bonds commissioners.Both
employees present includedW District as Miami back country will probably be awarded todayor Harley Core and Clarence
A. Shuler Lloyd King PatBoatwrljht
and the nation's greenhouse. Red- .tomorrow..Mr. Redd said. Parman -dub presidents, com CO.
Eugene Bordaux Rob- land mended the commissioners:
District Is. highly developedwith county
ert Lance Ed Tisdale, D. W. Crosby DEATH"TAKES ilu.TnOAN
Its avocado groves, Persian for the efficient manner in which ,
:, H. C Greer and Joe Benson. Chas A. Fegan, 68, died Satur- i
lime groves, other citrus fruits and they conduct the business of the
all kind of tropical fruits and day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Bucket Brigade Keeps plants. There are 20,000 acres of Fred Link of Redland, where he
Fire Confined To Room growing tomatoes, potatoes, beans boarded. Funeral arrangementsby I DOES surraMi1W
and squash The Redland District. Turner Funeral Home await
il the backbone OfMiami..". Instructions from relative Death' .. .* 'rtrtiM ln..n l.4. _rrUmt-wW.n, the w
A was due to heart disease. I' ti f wag MM "H _'I k.p,.. t* _*
fire alarm which founded just -
rite fctM -V.I._" .. ...... for
at the Homestead flremeA were NARANJA BOARDER DIES .4.W.. rm to mf ... M* _
finishing one of their periodic Cha Miley, 71, Miamian who COMMISSIONERSContinued I r i
chicken dinners Wednesday night, had been boarding at the home of iwARDSTILINGREALTOR
called them and one of the fire Mrs. H. I* Barnard in Naranja -- I = .
trucks to the residence of W. W. for the past two years, died Tues ( From Page One) I \1
Cunningham on Silver Palm day in Kendall Hospital after a to speak twice as long for both of I
drive, near Will Anderson's: brief Illness. Funeral services and them. As each commissioner will Aleut for AmericanAlllinre
tore, where they quickly extinguished burial took place In Miami. l I Introduced he gave a short impromptu -J Ji| Insurance Co.
a fire that had been kept Mr. Miley is survived by a son,I reply, I II Florida City Florida
under control by a bucket brigade. Robett, of Philadelphia. Commissioner J. D. Redd of


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? Not DOW, But-they fit your garage, handle like season's. biggest su51NUS000PE ter the 6j$)

.. For there are four new Buicks on babycarrlagel, park on small change news! *JlliwrttliIJRi1lI,: 0

the market-additions to our Stall tax, 0
: 1941 SPECIAL series-that let /'tqulfmtnl

j you'jndulgd your" big-car I ,.-t.1iI(11.tcttturut Prittt /.-i- 18

... size tastes garages.in spite. of. 1929-car-' ". tlttHOlttt.IXtatnAI change mth-. O

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. TBE LEADERENTERPRISEUrr ;, Lights and Shades,!

h u. ...w'rIda"uaa, r...1 ualo'n-most-ac" .r.t"1..1 f1a. ,By Robert Ky4e fees

..... .r.M. man .atw I ,WJEIE'ENTQEgCONTINENT
0.M IS isle, mt tin st til** NMaawt..4 ofr Greetings friend Your editot .*
norUi, m... MM .e..e I f
M...* a. Ittl.BKN JOUTH ANEQCAS has assigned this little corner ofthe
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K / EAST OFx paper to me. It will be my ,
ARCHER .PrODUM4 a"d Ediw pleasure to fill it each weeJt with ,

ABJORIE LUCK ARCHER , 1 s fOeID.4/ poetry and philosophy, rhyme .

--- ... .. .._..J.w.t y sal T.M.wSUaacalrrIOK and reason, laugh and/ye*. v
I maybe even a tear or two. Laugh

I and tears, light and shade,
IATH
I. O>4. Cowitr.. '.M things In contrast That.Is lift
0.t.H..0 IM C..aq....-.. I.'".I I have a photograph on my desk. :

It I is just a cold piece of cardboard .
with a few light and shades on It,
My Prayer for You but to me 't Is the likeness of the ,

I sweetly; smiling face of a loved

I do not UK that you will have no I one Remove one tiny shade and
sorrow, the picture would be marred; increase -
(No life It full without its share one bit of light and the
of woe) I !Image would be damaged.
But I ask this: When on some dark i _.K 1c1 ',, lr Light and'ihades Each plays .
tomorrow a vital part In the forming of the '

Th tempest break, may you I picture On I* seen only as a contrast -
withstand the blow, to the other Remove the .
'
And If, perchance, you fall before I one and you leave s blank; remove
disaster, I the other and you leave a

I pray you will arias and onward i dead emptiness with nothing. la
run, contrast.
Thus proving you of fate art atlll) My picture Is complete. Nothing -
the master could be added and nothing

And not e led to cringe to any- I, removed without impairing the
one.I I beauty of perfection.To .
I me my picture I 18 man than
do nut ask that you will have merely the image of a loved one.

much beauty MS. ZP.XOOVZ& I It 1* a symbol of Life, for Life is
(All beauty fades beneath Time's'ruthless .
a pageant of light and shade,
hand) JACKSONVILLE 4F highlight and halftone each
But I ask this. : May you be strict O8ED J'J contrasting with the other, and it

in duty, /2ST AlV/M Vtti 1* by one that we learn to value
Obeying that tome day you may the other.

commend $VAIA.NN ZaelbA GOOD. \\;..... W. enjoy the warmth of sum
And when lift I battle rages fierce TO D2SEANI "' mer by remembering the rigor of

around you winter. We appreciate the ma-
May you be Just to every friend AUTOMOBilE jestic beauty of mountain oy having . ,

and foe I known the monotony of unbroken -
Refuting to let powen of hell confound /liefQeeN.f/V z.utA4.lA. I plains.
I
/ .AT *
OOA.M ON6TSDAY Ofi61
you I Wt know the thrill of achievement -
Or lead oRlm the way that MONTH. HE IS AL f CUtlD Of by having known' the tangof
you should '0. i MIl.".df2 #Nfl a GOOD AND 6LNGQAMDSOA failure, the glow of happinessby
i /
Off AIR R Me AL,7NG&AQ
I do not ask that your path be the shadow of sorrow. We a
learn the value of a true companion '
(Adversity strewn with brings flow ri,strength I MBS. F. P. HOOVER, residing on Basswood much akin to a circus. When she drove tie by contrast with the hunger .1\

,worth much to you) St, Jacksonville, recalls many amus.Tig tar put stores, clerks would desert easterners at loneliness t

But 1 ask this: When cornea your incidents connected with the early daysof and rush to doors to see the curiosity; Dear Picture image of Love c,

closing hours,. the automobile in Florida. Per car was while crowds of boys followed in the wait and symbol of Life, teach me more 1
of wisdom, "For wisdom 1
. May you have pe.ce.and joy,, purchased shortly after the great Jacksonville your 5
and a friend two of the extremely audible) exhaust. Hones better than rubles, and all the J
or
fire in 1901 thVough Fred Gilbert the
thing that be desired arehot, 'I
To blazon forth your name among automobile dealer in Jacksonville. This became badly frightened and had to be' may
only to be 1
It
Immortals I' compared unto (Prov.
gasoline buggy, a very amart 1901 Oldsmobile firmly held by their irate owners who *ID..
To 5
shed and
I' ,'praise a; and tear then sing your I runabout, was the first American roundly berated the new-fangled.contnpt . 1

I I pray, there will await at heaven's made gasoline car in Florida. ion. There wen no license tags and neither In this column there wiU be no i
, portalsA AU Mrs. Hoover's rides, she explains,were was there a teas tax in those good old days. I I politic discussed no crusades, '.

throng to bid you welcome no ax to grind! That i* a promise .

home. Amen. I I 'crucifixion (April 7. A. D. SO However, we will be glad to receive .j

-R E. Lufsey the j,! CURRENT rather than the commonly accepted I LIBRARY' your comment, and Crtticltm -
Florida Christian Advocate.i FACTS of our effort If you lib
I age of 33. The date of the us, tell us so; if you don't, tell us
COMMENTBy crucifixion was confirmed by AND FANCIES why i

Why Worry? AGNEW WELSH Archbishop Uaaher. of the Anglldaa Maybe you have a bit of poetry,
Church. Dr. Olnutead bate his< By JOS. J. K. OAVZENSvvvvvvvvvvvvwwvvvvvvvTVV or maybe an old old truth clothed

conciliated on cronological rue In brand new word that you
There are only two reason' for ..-. Kottl ... Webb __
would like
searches and
...r.a.as Wo "O .. ..- Babylonian astronomical LXBKAtY BOCKS to chare with others.
worry; Mar w t. - as data recently discovered, Send It In and U we can use it we
Either you are successful or 08th.aM his. OR..Aar.'./.a. W"1Io Am..a.as a.. and concludes his statement with Xaaeay. W dmaday. Tbwsbs will be glad to do ...
you are not tuceeasfulIf ass .... eras n.. the one that Jew began His tninUtry J-Sfwaa. The following line ware Inspired
you are successful there is nothing at the age of *i instead of Taeesar. VHaay. IS a. ...1 "',JU by the simple littto home'of a .
Vogue magazine says of u* ...... .
to worry about. 21 ,. f- .. mj '-' ex ea
sad that Hi* birth was probably friend high la the hills of Lexintf-
"America restless nation with
If you are not successful there "-1 p.UL
B. C 20 Instead of B. C. IS. loa, Va.
are only two to a go-eomewhere complex A*
things
worry about: samba pat It, a desire to go Since our country b fastaming be -tr A,HOME ..... :
Your health is either good or you 'from whir yo' It to whar yo' Mr. Tooueberry peaking-: "My the refuge for royalty and I know where site a home upoa a j
are sick alnt" or woramern' got a new tad; she' foreign-bom notables' "Diplomat hill. _
working la the X-Cross aewin' ically Speaking" by Lloyd C. Gri With tree and vine and .flowenf.gMwJa'round ..t
If your nealtn I* good there Is circle an' when the come home com should prove Interesting to all .:. I
nothing to worry' aboutIf I The vanity of women must offer -I tether day sprung thiaaone oa .*. American It ,, I* it old, but '.j
you are sick there are only two' a profitable business field, asa "Why II the letter 8 like a aewin', la analyzing this autobiography ''*. lnJltnor; '
thing to worry about: Miami tore nd eight! page In merthloe Cone I had to give up one come te the conclusion that Beneath ttt .den rafter can.be a
a dally paper to exploit cosmetic
You are going to get well Continued Mr. Criacom I* a natural born dip foundFulfillment
or you at a probable outlay ef s thousand ( on Page Nine) |
are going to die. dollar 11, lomat A* a success' story It reads of the hope of ye-
I like one of Horatio ter
If going to well theN Algen'. years.
are get .
you I* nothing to worry about. a Children in CourtBy [tainly a career 10 full of Cer-I And dream that are a* lIey'as
Dr. Gallup, he of poll tame says I Illahment i that reached Ha path that are mitrod. i I
If you are going to die there are ditch differ often are more right Sedge Maleeln Hatfleld :water mark at the youthful.. ol A.simple, homey house it i111bat're.n lei
two thing to worry about: than politician 'Why not They da, I'34. I 18 remarkable. ''

You are either going to Heaven or,:more real thinking don't they? NEGLECTED CHILDKEN HELP I From secretary to the first'I Its face to greet a friendly neigh ;
you are not going to Heaven. 's aIn ; TO KEEP Oil FUSONS Fuzz, American ambassador In London bor, God.

And If you In going to Heaven expressing his opinion.9f J' 'to the rank of ambassador In Italy, i. .
there nothing. to worryabout Hitler, Wettbraok Pegler, not atj] In comparing the 7.500 Inmate I* s nieces story well written and I Well, I'm at the end 0111I3' allotted . '
I i jot i certain Institution '
s In state
all stingy with his adjective call one modestly told. The 'r personality space, so I will leave you with
If you are going to Hell you'll be I der Fuehrer "a chronic word-1'with the MOO Inmate to another I lis reduced to the minimum and this parting thought No matter
agate of ..
equal one
hand breaker, schooled In may wonder Incident of humor or Importance how big a man may grow, he can
so busy shaking with, treachery, aj j .
: the
| why former has
old friend you won't have:liar. a thief and en _,"In.It That j more prisoner than the so lattet.many l are given preference.The never outgrow God!
time to worry. So'!-WhyworryE should hold him. :!j I The reader I It given m Inside
prime reason for the first Final releasedby
population figure
I glimpse of the pomp ancl.101'
a ) enjoyed -
:.Ji..lIut: IA.ftlIumbeftocl. I laving more than double the rate! by tome of these persona 11- the United State Census Bu-
.
Deaths due \ & the second I* due to the fact)ties before reau show that nearly two-third
N.-rncrea. being compelled\ to flee
., 'J4nat theo children the first are from the fary' of Nazism. of Florida's population reside,faineorponted '.
Breaking the News four per cent ever 193*. Of the**, :neglected one. The,former state I * communities: OI .
14,000 were mm of draft bal only tXSOO children In foster I *
age- per cent i listed
"John. d.Ibe ,whtopered. *|I ' j a* residing tin
tell but ,equal to M artilf4aN. If we,homes while the totter epees for Sylvia Thompson sent, from town or cities' according to a
-epoo-eoon-theN hardly know bow to will be you.s third]!maintain thai,ULe.Wjwffl not 1X400 children. "The latter, state,England two copies ef a manuscript study of the latest data made by
need any wan to kill them off. spend more for child care and I Ilea I to her publlsherl In Americavia George O. Gross, executive secretary
little love nest.
sharing our 0 a a on prisons, while the dormer( regular mall, and neither .,.. of the Florida State Planning
"My darU",," h* cried "are' you Dr. Albert?.T.rOlmtfed!!! of the pen let tor the care of children I rived. Another, lent by Clipper, Board.
sure?* ,I Oriental Inattute. University at aad store for the upkeep of prig 1 reached Boston an right, but Cities with 10,000 or more population
"Positive he replied. "I had a:'Chicago contributed to Current en. If thlt situation la to be reverted one page we mining. This baa account for 414 per cent
letter from Mother saying she1.Religious Thought pubUahed in the former state must Increase 1 been cabled and her new novel. ,of the state1 population and clUe
coming to live with uaW-MrJcoming Mist a paper showing that Christ the Mslsltnce it give tochilatren. The" CuUsJlj,Inland, Is,.ready ,of .from.WOO to 10.000. for ALT

: to live with I us." j I;was"near fifty .on the date !ef'his I'' .. I I kContlao4.OQ..Pag* hoot) j I percent


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Lee-biaferlar. &A-I .III
nGllmmmnlmmlulnnII:' nlnnll ty Hue: 'A preliminary' .w..ep i I I science will get credit on a chart '
was ordered and U the advert I made by Marie Kufeldt and Marl t
too great tile road will be,liuflV. RatilepDOKA loss Harris for that purpoe. Some I
Years -"Mt. and inn,./. A. tti fMw' .Redland: ''cf the pupil ia this room ire making \
20 Agorek.lt.UU of Damascus, Ga., are here1**!'a puppet out of crepe paper i
few days "vacation trip. They art SCOTT amid ILA JEAN( IRt nr'sdtloreDiary I I with I puppet show In view for r

old friend of W. M. Bradley. _ some time; In the future. They welcomed -

nnuunmlJmnUlllllllll1llHllUe; 1 1en. Fred Fuchl caught I large briery beauUfulfaf&r we spend| a new pupil this week :
wildcat'Sunday morning near their Engel' Awarded jLoudia Mae Hemdoa
.. a.a a..5 eaw ... house tri the country. The cat ,. Citizenship Medal ya$ time wortioi f it
..: .r.r..---.1"1.Ake of = 2..r.r5.usp. had 'apparently lived In a' large,, --...;. BASKETBALL.BOn tETCKNWe I I English Elinor Payne who taught sev-:
.
- .- hammock near, their place for I ia our high school for
8% area. .. ..... w.Oak.NIM4 aome'tilde, M it.:was as big u egown Principal WIper caned a special wen aIM to am the basket,eral yean and! recently married :
Low" assembry Tuesday morning ,[Arthur KMSM at Washington, D.
dog It was easily ball.boys a.round1M school again I
duringtht; fourtb: period. Mra.Yoemtn Wednesday morning. They arrived.C.iwuh her husband visited'our

-'TIle Royal Palm Wickers .;:.JMr' *. John McKimmey entertained ]Introduced'Chapter Mn. of SeweH the |;her about 4 .'clock Tuesday.af.school last ek.rJtewFeellng. 1
:
from erglades
association has started off m tint ..:party of friends at dinner American Revolution. ternoon. They all reported a grand
of the 1
wen. They will get off Daughters and saw sore fine basketball -
year very at the Seminole Cafe Sunday. .' Sewell awarded Mary time they
three cut at fancy stuff mi week, 'n1eyWera; : Mr. and Mrs..J. M. Mrs.medal tor good erHmuhip playing although they did A teacher Vas giving. his class :+
Engel I
ont ear being told for ig.50kos the Itolcoinb, Mr; and Mrs. Amos Car* mot win any of lh* games. They' a lecture on charity.
track which will net the growers II ter, ,Mias Grace ,Carter Bruce This award is made yearly to will lift a detailed report In the "Willie," he said, If I saw I boy t
boost $4.00. This U believed to Carter. Mr. and Mrs Henry Car- one girl in the senior class af each assembly programs FrIday.Founder' beating a donkey and stopped him
fce the bat price received yet this! ter and M S Carter." school who it'outstanding in de from doing so what virtue wouldI
peason. . . I pendability leadership and pa- be showing" !
-"Thelocal Chautauqua committee triotism. One girl among these In Sister Will
-"The newt ha finally leaked desires to announce F.bnaaf7' i Willie (promptly: 'Brotherlylover
be chosen for trip to Redland P.T.A.
the state will a Speak
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cut that W. J. Clark and Mrs 12-14-1S as the dates upon while Congress Is | -Ex. a
to Washington
Camille Huff, both well known which the Radcuff Chautauquawill
and popular in Homestead have be held here. .. ." in session in April The Founder's Day meeting of [ THE WANT-ADS !
been married. They slipped off Marjorie Lewis and June Vrana Redland Parent-Teacher Association
-"W. F. Pennlngton has resigned
certificates ol rEAD
to Fort Lauderdale ,one Sunday as a Member of the town received honorary la to be held in the auditorium -
last November and were united council, feeling that, as be baa not citizenship We all sang "God Wednesday evening, Feb. 12. BROWN CO. R
by the circuit court judge there ,. the time to devote to it, another .Bless America" as an appropriateending The program Is to be especially. .
. We congratulate Mr. and Mri should be appointed who can give for this special assembly Interesting as Mr*. Smith, Yin sister I
Clark and are very ilad they will the office more time. Mr. Penn- I.program. .of the founder of the national I Refrigeration Service j
remain In Homestead. Mn Clark tngton was committeeman In association, I* to be the speakerfor
will retain her connection with charge cl department affairs MUSIC ARRIVES the evening Several band students -
the Style Shop, and Mr. Clark will -"III. P. Wallam la building an will furnish music and the ElectricalContracting !
nil duties with the Model! f he music for the mixed chorus
take up dramatics class la to present a
addition to his house In Royal
. I to sing at the Dade County Music \
Land Co. Palm addition and having it play called "The Start of the P.
.-"John Moffett hal told his wired." I Festival has arrived. The number T. A." .
Girl", more I
< Russian
I. "Dark-Eyed
house to Ed Cooper, father of CAVES BUHLHOMESTEAD
-lithe Methodist
Episcopal popularly known as the Russian
Barry Cooper. Church is making plans to build folk song, "Dark Eyes". It Is arranged MAKE PUPPETS PHONE 514
"Mrs. JOhn Inches, of west a parsonage soon, on lots.adjoining in four parts by Allen Jane Each pupil in Mr*. Polk' fifth ;
Mowry avenue, passed away Sunday the church." Lorent. This number promises to grade who make a special report
night last, after a lingering _"Mr and Mrs. Ira Neff have
I illness. . arrived in Homestead after driving

-"The county commissionerson from Elkhart, Ind., in their
Wednesday selected the Enterprise car."
1 aa the official paper for the "Mesirs G. A. Douglass, of
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publication of the county delinquent jch Creek, R. A. Coachman o'
tax list . The propositionto Miami, J .W Carey of Coconut I Of
, extend the canal road at Florida ' Grove, P. H. Lee of Goulds andJ.
.
: City southward to Steamboat D. Redd of Homestead, comprising
creek the Monroe county line, the new board of county
.Q was discussed bj the commissioners commissioners, accompanied by
; the understanding being that County Engineer Crabree and a J
the' Monroe>- county authorities member of the Lee County board, 1
would extend their road northward spent Tuesday touring the south-
1 so as to connect on the coun (Continued on Page Twelve)

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11 I lomestea4lIigh-Lights,; k racticekglna'"S'For afv Orange----111.. Bowl n Event'" .rn"1 "''i eXaJIII are f1eVi looking and"went prosperous'"over forward with ytatv big


JlS March, all the schools in Dads
and we think that moat of the
County will participate In a dem-
students are well statistled. Mostof ,
onstration of physical education In
the students came back on Frp
H. n. S. to Give Radio BAND CONCERT POSTPONED I'Rose Peterson GivenCitizenship the Orange Bowl stadium in Miami day after their Joyful holidays with
The ban!' much eagerness to see what
Program This MorningThis I have been-Sunday afteraoonhai I'I ... Medal and many other sports will made on their exams. Everyone they
-- enjoyed by alt There will not
been postponed. All inarching seemed to be In
morning it '30 the Homestead practise will be discontinued for Assembly.this week started with be Individual school activities, but few minded high Spirits; and

High School dramatics class I j. few weeks, so that the band may :I devotional services conducted by all the schools will perform at the there are coming activities back since
will present Its third performance Warren Robinson. The student I many which
I time. All school children
same high -,
I get In some real good practise on this
will take
I In School of then "Cod Bless place .semester.Homestead :
the Air
the aeries of number of new pieces. body sang Ameri and some elementary school: ,
,: educational programs over station I I. The band had the pleasure of ca' and the band played "The, children.will eligible to partakeIn I 4-H BoyiT
WQAM. The will be Missouri Walts." ;
program a playing for the Rotary motorcadelast i I these activities. Practicing'willbegin ,By Jack Kemp .'T
discussion in the form of a play Friday. Our guest speakers were Mrs. noon for this event. '
of money and whether or not the Mrs Mills and some of the band E. O. Sewell and ,Mrs. Youman .Alice Marble BID Field*nd son, . torroii 'MOTS i w. net .*fat '
United States can maintain the and glee club girls enjoyed attending I(I members of the Daughters of Mary Hardwick; Budge and many I M.U. to.wee" Mto w .* M* MM* *5M .

told standard. The Script U original ( the Ponce de Leon High I American Revolution. Mrs. Sew I other famous tennis "players will The boys. had tie pledge and
and each member of the claM School concert last Thursday fright I I ell, chairman of the ,D. A. R, play hi Flamingo Park, Miami rocall :,1 j
contributed to It. I Mr. Henry Fillmore led the band awarded the citizenship, medal to Beach, Feb. *, It 2 p.'m."Student I When the Secretary: : was calling
t In the broadcast will be: Later and flee club In a number of selections Rose Peterson who had been voted twill! receive I special rate by pur- thesocall we told about. our product -
I Archer, Joe BMUn.Arch.r Dod- and both performed very the best girl citizen. Citizenship,, chasing their tickets from the, ._ -4
I son, Elbert ,Dolar Fred Fuchs, J.'well.New. certificates were awarded to Virginia .'school office. Mlsf Eleanor Tenant I Mr.. Edwards talked about gttlng
T. Godwin., Kathleen freeman, Kinner and Betty Brown. 'I I I'and Alice Marbles,'coach and manager things to be put in the fair. |
:Wave Horton Frances Lamb, Betty Assembly was dismissed after the
Ughts Will, Make will' give'free' tennis lessons There are prizes for chicking
: Jane Meybem, and Jamie singing of the "StarSpangledBanner. to all bovs-and girls Interelted.al'l' and vegetables. : 1
Richard Archer Dodson-. an- Night Tennis PossibleThe ." Annabel Peter., 1039: Feb.' l.-Miss' will be

oustcer. assisted by Don'Budge. Everyoneis
tract of land to the south Sullivan Injures KneeIn urged to, attend.'

Girl to Have Fashion. of been the added Homestead to the campus High School grounds.has Ft. Lauderdale Game I -GeiWva'V.iui:, NEWT G. BALL

Show at Fruit FestivalThe :These rounds will be used for the '
"playground project which has been Action! Thrill.!-He. -brelkln. board were a suggestions for NOTARY PUBLICFireInsurance
home economics classes ..reIt I a much talked of subject for some scenes when the breaks' were us to follow. Volunteers for new
last, obtaining the Individual assignments were appointed for'
time. against the Homestead Growers
kitchen units they have been longlo'g In June, Mrs. Booth's house Monday night For the first half these assignments and a general and
for. We feel it will be nice to discussion on main'features. .. wu
I which Is now occupied, will be removed of the game the Flying L's at
begin the study of foods In redeco- and we hope in the futureto Fort Lauderdale were held to 'a htld. .. Kindred Lines
rated kitchens with the new teacher have a new gymnasium there. tie. After that-well If* a sad :
.Mrs Mildred Hlndman. We The tennis rackets owned by the story, for the home team lost and EXAMS ARE OVER ,I
were very sorry to lose Mrs. Webb school have been restrung and put we certainly don't approve! of that. Now that exams are over and SI' .N. Kreme AT*. .
who'has resigned because of Illness in working order. Mr. Ivey will' Moreover, Jimmy Sullivan, co- the students of Homestead High .
but are glad to have Mrs Install tome additional lights which' captain and center of the team,,
,.Uindman who taught home economics will make it possible! for.us to enjoy wrenched his knee and this.will --
in Miami and Hialeah before tennis at night probably keep him out of action I
she loved to Homestead. Melba VanWinklc. I for some time. Steffani, memberof I
y The interior decoration class will B team and a sub for A team,
decorate the five small kitchens LIBRARY GETS WAR BOOK I([sprained his ankle but has already -II
Each kitchen contains a small The library has a new book -on recovered to a great extent.
stove, cabinet two granite top display U Is'the war volume OfCompton's Defeat did not reign supreme for
f A tables, and adequate dishes for Pictured Encyclopedia" I the whole night The B team came I Notice To Taxpayers

t preparing any type meal. It gives pictures of the na- through for a 29-25 win after a i
1 The home economics departmentwill tions' armies and tells the :characteristics very close, exciting game for four I
have two booths at the Fruit of aviation And the_different -I quarters..The excellent playing of
Festival, one on education in regard military machines. ,)'Done and Robertson and the fine I As required by ,Section 12, Chapter 5596, of

to the history of articles used The facts about propaganda are I'I assistance of Fuchs, Steffani,I the Acts of 1907, I,or one of my deputies,'shall be
In the home and one on child care. clearly stated in this book, and you and Bowen gave them enough
s There will be girls appointed to get a thorough picture of how I,"poosh" to come through on the at the following' places on the'dates set opposite

answer any questions In either things are being done in war-torn I top side of the score. each for the purpose of receiving Tax Returns
booth. Not only will we have the I
countries. -Melba Van Winkle. But basketball will soon be over
two booths In co-operstlon with In Homestead. Baseball will they for the year 1941

the Redland home economics department and Olin Wright [reign high, wide, and handsome.The .
but we will also have a Mrs. Edwards' pupils are sorry team Is expected to be much
combined fashion show. Each that Barbara Ann Robertson, Roy stronger this year. new materialIn Jo. lami-Feb.It, I'U, 1.00 A. M, Town Had.

school will have girls modeling the Hayler and Roger Stevens have I abundance will be trying out Kendall .Feb. It, ItUIt.O A. M. D. B. Dice Packing House
clothes they have made In connec- been absent and hope they1 will for a starting position. The field Is
tion with their work In class. There be back lOOn They also enjoy being put in shape and It won't be Perrino.Feb. It, 141. 11.10 A. M, Barfield'a Store

will be sports clothes, best dresses, working on their sand table projectof long till the old ball will be sail Goulds _._Feb.1tINI, l.MF.M, Goulds Supply Inc.
tailored garments and formal ing around the bases. Until a later
This year there has been a colonial scene. date Silver Palm Feb. Z*. 141, I.OOP.M., Anderson Filling Station
The pupils In Mrs Thurman'sroom this old Sports Gabber Is
planned another fashion show have finished their first ,signing off -J. E. T. Princeton .._Fell. SI UU. 10:(0 A.)I., Pratt Grocery
which will be held with all Dade
County home economics departments number books and are anxious to I RedlandFeb. 21,1941,11:10 A. M, W_.'. Club

taking part. This will be held start Mrs.new Hood's ones.students are making CUB SCRATCHEES MEET Florida City Feb,II, 141., l.tO P. M, Town Hall
in Miami the last week in March. I The regular meeting of the Cub
From twenty to thirty girls will be appropriate decorations such as I ScratchcM- i held Monday in Homestead .Feb. tl.141. t:M P. M, City: Han
hatchets and cherries and colonial
selected to represent Hlmestead. Mrs. Elder's room. As the president MIAMI ...... .Jan, *, ud, thnrach April 1, 141.

Kathertne Orfanedea. pictures .for George. Washington'sbirthday. I Bob' Spear, was absent, Mrs.: !:.. A. JL.IO' P. M.. 511-SH Court House
Bleler presided over the meeting
Mrs. Bird and pupils welcome She gave a brief talk on how toimprove
JUNIOR HIGH NEWS Powell from
Carolyn Georgia
t stories and the
S The seventh grade classes are Their bulletin board is decorated ; our on I also wish to remind Taxpayers that it

progressing well In most all of their,with pictures of Uncle Sam on one will be
necessary to fij thelr. applications for
work. In English they are studying ''side and pictures of fruit on the
clauses, a portion of the correct .1 other IF IT'S HOMESTEAD EXEMrtlONUlth the State and
sentence elements and also are In art Mrs. Flfleld's class Is
and in which located
County City the Is
reading short stories from a seventh making murals of South AmericaIn property
grade reader, "Flying the connection with their unit on each year between January 1st and April 1st, or
Printw.)..* In geography, they South American people.
said exemption cannot be said Tax
ROOFINGWORK granted by
are reading about foreign coun- Mrs. Wynn's pupils are takingup
tries. Miss Behrent, their teacher, study o( Hawaii, Includingthe Assessors.
hopes to finish this study by June geography: of the Island and
Mr. Blackburn has recently Introduced I the habits of the people.To .
the basis outline of makIng show their appreciation of Therefore, we will receive applications whilewe

a constructive speech to. the Mrs. FIfield and her excellent are visiting the precincts, and will also fur
first graders of the junior high work In this school the ,flfth and
school. sixth grade pupils gave her "'farewell nish receipts which thould be obtained or books

Mrs. Murphy has Included a handkerchief and flower checked prior to meeting of Board of Equalization -
tow new Items to the algebra and shower before she left for Gaines..
math students' grading charts. On ville.Mrs. to ascertain whether or not application has

the front of the chart she has Included Birds, Mrs. Flfleld's and been allowed.
the word, "Character," and M.... Wynn's rooms had a, half- you want done, let
on the back of the chart there holiday last '
will be the student's name, ap- Friday.Vara Rheney the man that knows Intangible Returns ,should also be filed by

proximate grade In classwork, those owning securities and who residents
homework, and a space ten for the s I bow do It. No job are legal
amount of advance work. Be sere thai yew eyes are as of the State; otherwise they would be sub
I geed as yew brakes- kave then too small or too big.
The general science classes are ject to the assessment of this office under the
tested at ksjgt iaee each year
now studying aquatic terms such I '
as buoyancy and stability Prices right.GRQVER provisions of the Intangible Act of 1931.
-Alda Connor.I 1)RiRCIIERAND

ELEMENTART NEWS : SON Very ReapeeltaHy.

Can uHtn<

Miss Indian Jackson's dresses pupils for the are Indian makIng I ICUY.. FlegVet iqptometrists Ski klaseX Fla. BECKER J. N. LUMMUS, Jr.

unit which they are studying in I
.
;t{ art. The class: was delighted last JIM .t WNWAR -sew. tt..1n..wa FLORIDA' CITY Assessor el Taxes, Dade Ceeinty: Florida

Friday when a birthday party was I .t The la.ssts, Phone 9118
given In the room celebrating the Stages see.OvtktoM
Seventh birthdays of Joyce EDDIe



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f Friday, ; -
f 111I11I ._- ft. I ME. and ...... J. B. BJckam ofNaranj. been viaitlngJtttinottief, Mn.LucTi daughteryGtherin.. s nd. Mllfrad
.. They are roommate at O n her horn and "'.tftM Scvery went Sunday
Institute 11 = guests' of Mr. and'Mrs. Vernie O.
Alabama Polytechnic Mtfor .
IIi tirounkeHomestead Rohrer of Miami.
.
In and I ;"
I Mrs. Virgil Sprinkle was taken The -W. T.-C. of th
Rendition
Mr. and Mrs. G.
Thursda
to the James Archer Smith Hos.pital Community Church met ;;
yesterday for treatment.Mr. evening al ffiF nonage. Mn. and daughter, Jay art guests at
:W E. RovwlbAnd Mrs. Johns; the Palms Hotel.
I.
I.." Becker wernp#* aes.
and Mrs. J. L. Hickson are nrre+!- "- Mr and Mrs. J. T. Roberta and
.entertaining Miss Mary Thomkrni ,. Mr. and Mrs. E. Gulccardl olTampa I daughter Edna, moved this weekto
.' "- of Poughkeepsle, N. Y. a dietitian. are guests this week at the Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Wra. B. Edwards in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs at Vassar hospital.Mr. home of their SOD and daughter- I
: of Winter Park spent 'Saturdaj Bennie DeNlsco of 101 S. W. Fin in-law, Mr. and Mn. Anthony Mn. A. C. Myen of Rldgewood,
night and Sunday with Mn..Ed I street The Traynon wen red- and Mr*. Edwin King oi Qulccardi. '4. J.. la visiting her daughter, Mrs
Mrs. :Virginia .Fd- Orient Point' L. I, arrived last Edyth Tamblyn.
wards' "mother," Homestead from 125 U1M7
dents of
wards. week to spend. the winter In Home Chalice Clinton who is employed i .:.......
1 and own a M-scre e'itrua ,I stead.Gaither. at the Marathon spent tht Mn. A. Oxland U"*'biting her
Mr. And WTS, A. F. Arthur: accompanied grove on Krome avenue north of: I veek-end with his family here. mother, Mn R. J. Shepherd.
Halnlln drive.: Misses Gloria ant
fay Mrs. W. T/Atkins ol I I Griffith a t Advance ---
Dobbs N. Y.. '
,Lewes Del, mother of Mn. Arthur Tina Paino of Ferry the Traynon -I N..C, who 1* spending the winter Mr. and Mrs Win. Zeller and Mn. B. M. Falrclotn Ia visitingler
returned to.Homeitead Monday cousins accompanied short vialbefore in Homestead la a patient In the laughter, Misses Marie and Geor sister Mrs. D. B. Clure, In.
from New Orleans. Before go- I to Mlaml"for here.a James Archer Smith Hospital Hanna, arrived last week from Homestead before)leav'Ing for the
'Jug to New Orleans Mr. and Mrs' Joining hem Suttensburg N. J.. for a shortnail North. .
.
Arthur spent a .week with .Mn. with Mrs. John Zeller.
' Atkins la Lewes and visited.theta Carl Sheets who left Tbursda] FLORIDA CITY Mrs. T.Darin and daughter VhIlrtla >

son..:William at Annapolis. of last week with Mr. and Mn. By ..,...W. W. livery The Rev. John Deyao and BertPapp and Miss I. Darin of Detroit
: John. Freeman for Fairmont W of Chicago pent several arrived Saturday for e visit with
Mr. and tors.; : John R. Cutinc Va. returned; to Homestead yes Mitt Helen I. Root former ml.- lays here this.week. They left for Mrs. Darin's mother. Mr** Toll*
abets In his plane. Mn.J. W,
.Jiavreturned. horns 13y terday own .lon..1n India and world traveler fornpano Thursday. I line.
'Jacksonville after spending a week Freeman mother of Mr Freeman,

i with Mrs. Caatine's brother andiistsriadspr accompanied the group north to Tidings and present has beers editor. visiting of Misilonary Mix I Mr.and* Mrs. R.B. Chandler and I Sophomore: 'What is. heredity
In Louis- I
Mrs A. W several months. '
and
Mri spend '
J ", Edith Tambtyn. / infant daughter Wanda Mae Professor* .
i 'i"Wutchlnson: burg W. Va I moved recently to the Dixon apartment Professor: "Something everyman

i Mn. Harold Lowenthal and ion. building on Caves avenue. believes In until his son begins *
Mrs. Mary L"Whltchard left Sunday Mr. and Mn. Sterling Martin ol.Buddy of Middle town. Conn. ar- to act like a fool."-Ex.Tarner's .
for her borne In Hattiesburg.Miss week.I Lexington are vacationing with rived Wednesday for a visit with C. H. Todd left Thursday for a
., after Wading .Ix. relative In Homestead and Florida Mr. and .
I Mn. Lowenthal's parents rlslt of a few weeks in Clearwater.Mr.
and daughter
visiting joa-in-law City. Mr: Martin is'a plumbing Mn.: H. J. CrockettMr. Funeral Home
Mr. and Mn. Bevo Webb, and 41
contractor.Ed I and Mn. H. C. Schulty of
4 her son, JohnWhitchard.Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Kuppertx of Slcndora, Cal. spent this week at ...IIB AMBULANCE SEKTICI

Matilda Williams of West Hickson and J. D. Mall left St Louis arrived Tuesday for al he Lewis cottages.Mr. Lady AttearfaBt
Brownsville Pa. Is visiting her Sunday for Auburn, Ala., after abort stay at their home here. :I Phone 584-R Homestead, Fla.

sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. spending the mid-semester vacation I who has and Mn. John Rohrer and -
,, Mrs. C. N.. Hartman
. and with Mr. Hickson's parents
John G. Williams
-and Mrs. I lill"1
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I Mr. and M.;: Lionel DesLaures

I of Newark N. J. are visiting Mr. HANDY-SIZE
DesLaures' uncle and aunt, Mr. THE NEW SPECIAL

and Mn. W,.,r:. Jenness..


Miss Iva Dyal; a student at 118-INCH WHEELBASE
Stetson University at DeLand and
.
A. F. Barber; Jr. of Henderson- ...,
f "1 Ulle1; N. 'C-V'at>*nt the week-end
with Miss Dyal'i parents Mr. and
Mrs E. J. Dyal. Mn Dyal had
just returned from Macon -Ga, BUICK4DOOR
where she took her younger daughter -

Nina, to Brenau College.


A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mn A. W. Llndgren of Homestead :} :
Wednesday In Jackson Memorial 6-PASSENGER SEDAN ;

Hospital In Miami. ,

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Mn. RosetU Meddas who has
been a pa tier tin the James Archer DELIVERED HOMESTEAD
Smith Hospital for several weeks $1165
FLA.
was returned to.her home in IN ,
Groveland Fla., Wednesday.Mrs. .

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A. Traynor and Mn Elaine
Wiley and her son, Charles, all of .
Mount;Vernon,.N.Y, arrived hen the market.
The most compact car on
Wednesday morning for an extended .
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visit with Mrs. Traynor'i "
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I . .u Social;:Events:; in South Dade . ...


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J. GARLAND WYNN, JR., IS WI X D :BRITISH WORKERS WAR MEET RELIEF TODAY ENGAGEMENT OF MISS EMILY PAYNETO

B TO MISS ALICE SLONE, MIAMI"TEACHER I An who are willing to knit or WILLIAM ANDREW KOPP ANNNOUCED

-- sew for British war sufferer are

TIM .marriage (If i., Garland Florida State College far Women, asked to come to the Homestead Mrs; A; A..Payne It'annoncing w"aile was a member-Delta

'Wyna.Jr. 01 Homestead.and Miss and the baa taught In the Little Woman's Club building today between the engagement' t'her' ..".,., Delta Delta sorority. She was

..Alice Slane AJl GroveUnd and .Miml I, River elementary school for three 2:It and S o'clock. Ends Sberwia,: to William Andrew graduated freest Walsh School of
was solemnized at R o'clock years All materials will be furnished, Business Science In Miami and Is
Saturday evening the Homestead I i The bridegroom is the elder eon announces Mrs. C. W.Mangus who Kopp The.marriale', will now connected: with We Florida
Methodist Church in the presenceof of Councilman: and Mrs. J. G. is organizing and Instructing the take place lev..ST. National Bank in Miami.

relative and a few friends. The I Wynn. After hU graduation from local group. Miss Payne was born In Alabamabut Mr. Kopp Is the eldest ion of
Rev. J. J. Richards, pastor'of the Homestead High School he attended pent most'of her childhood In Mr. and Mrs. W.A.. J. Kopp who
church, read the marriage aervice. Georgia School of Technology Panama City Florida. rive yean have lived in this. district the past
A double ring ceremony WM used. and received an A. B. degree i The CalendarFeb. ago the family moved to Homestead six yean. He was born In Cristo
The bride wore a white crepe ensemble -, from the University of Miami and her father until hit bet Panama, and was graduated
and white accessories except He la now teaching social studiesin Meeting of Episcopal death served as president of the from Wilburham Academy Wit.I .
the hat which WM pink to Little River Junior High School. Auxiliary at home of Mn. W. V. First National Bank of HomesteadShe burham, M.... Later he attended
match her pink rosebud _po They are residing at 122 N. W. Smyth at S o'clock. attended Redland High School I Colgate University where he was

The bride wn graduated from Seventy-eighth street. Miami. Feb. Junior Woman's, Club and, later, the Florida State College I la member of Beta Theta PI Jra-
barn dance In Chamber of Com- for Women at Tallahassee.temlt).

REV R. F. BLACKFORD SPEAKS ON*"WHAT -I Ij merce building.Feb. .

II j PRICE PEACE" TO HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. Loaner. (-building White elephant sponsored sale by in HOME DEMONSTRATION COUNCIL SEES

-- Homestead Band Parents' Associa POINTS OF INTEREST IN SOUTH DADE

The Rev. Randolph F. Blackfordin Mrs. Maud E. Chandler spoke tion.Feb. --
an address on "What Price briefly of the Chinese situation 10-Meeting of Monday Fourty-four members of the,,plant where the hostess clubs
Peace?" reviewed the world war} The club voted to change Its Music Club at home of Mrs. Howard Dade County Council of Home served fruit juice.
situation for the Homestead Business I inlgU meeting from the first Mon. Johnson.Feb. The
president of each club anda
Demonstration Clubs entertained I I
I
were
and Professional Women's day to the first Tuesday of each 11-Business meeting of representative from each club
Club members at their meeting in I month. Homestead Woman Club in club at a luncheon meeting on form the members of the councilAt
the Chamber of Commerce Monday Fruit Festival plans were dis house. the Homestead Future Farmer the business meeting at the
evening. Aided by a large cussed. Feb. 11-Good Will Luncheon clubhouse grounds Friday. The Future Farmers clubhouse Mrs.
Club meeting at home of Miss Homestead and Redland clubs
which he had made, Mr.
new map The next luncheon meeting Feb. R. L. Howard reported on the
Blackford explained the International 17, will be held at the Tapawlngo Alta Vann. were hostesses. meeting of the Federation of Wo-
danger zones of the world.At I Inn, It was decided. Feb. Founders' day programof The group was met by the Red- men's Clubs. Miss Eunice Grady,
the conclusion of his talk I Redland P. T. A. in school auditorium land club at South AlUpattah
Present were: Mr. and Mn. at 4 o'clock. county agent, presented an Interesting
Gardens and take on a tour of
I I Blackford, Mn. Frank Webb, Mn. Feb. JJ-Meeting of W. M. U. in 'the report on a recent district
vegetable and flower gardensof
KEDLAND Pv T. A. TO HAM) Chandler and.Miss Grace Butter-' meeting in Tampa.
church. that section of the Redland District
'rOVNDERS' DAY PROGRAM I worth guests, and Mn. J, E. Gau-I Feb. It-Meeting of Book Review The regular home demonstrationclub
They saw planting,
Mn. Grace McLellan Smith, sister tens, Mn. Chas. H. Steffanl, Mrs. dub In library at ( p. m. I packing: and spraying! picking exhibit will be held In March, .
) of Mn. Theodore Weld Birney, Charles Clinton Mn. M. F. White Feb. 11-Meeting of W. M. U. at witnessed airplane processesand dusting she announced, and the next meetIng -
originator of what is now the Na. Mn. Sylvia Atkins; Mrs. Virgil 1 o'clock. After the business and of the council will be at the
meeting
tional Congress of Parents and Lyon, Mrs. Ben Archer and Miss Feb. 14-Meeting of Princeton 'luncheon, the council memberswere Coconut Grove Housekeeper'i
Teachers, will be guest speaker ala Anne Lee. Home Demonstration Club at taken through the citrus section Club building.The .
founders' day meeting of the home of Mn. John Julian in Nar- and they visited
R land P. T. A. Wednesday evening anja. Monkey Woman's Auxiliary of,StJohn' .
HOMESTEAD W. S. C. S. Jungle and CoL H W. Johnston's
8 o'clock In the school Episcopal Church will meetat
at Feb. Luncheon of
meeting
TO HATE: STUDY COURSE Palm Lodge, show place of the
ditorium. Homestead B. P. W. C at Tapawlngo district the borne of Mrs. W. V. Smyth
A study course f r'member.lIfthe ,
'
all-I Silver Pauntdrive and'Farm'
and musical Inn at 12 o'clock. on.
A short play a
Women's Society of Christian The visitors were taken also to
Life road it 3 o'clock this afternoon. -
will be presented by Feb. IT-Meeting of South Dade I
gram '
Service of the Homestead Methodist the municipal air field and water .
school pupila. Birthday cake will Church will be held on four Garden Club at home of Mrs. H.
-- -
I J. Brockett.
be served. consecutive Fridays beginning
Mn. Herman Heinlein, presi-I\Feb. 14, members decided at a Feb. 17-Dinner meeting of
Junior
Woman's Club.
dent, is sending invitations meeting in the church Tuesday.
past presidents of the organizationto will teach Feb. IS-Meeting of Outlook
Mn. J. J. Rlcharda
ForValentine's
Circle of W. S. C. S.
attend. the courses at her home.Mr. I
I Feb. 19-Meeting of Homestead
I. Richards gave a short talk P. T. A. at 3P.m.
MRS. DERBYSHIRE TELLS on the church building that la being Feb. 20-Dixie Boys' Choir,
CLUB OF STATE PARKS erected at the University of Episcopal Church benefit, In Red- DayFeb.
Mn. H. J. Derbyshire conserve-1,Florida and the one that has been land School at 7:30 p. m.
Don chairman of the South Dade I erected at Florida State College Feb. 24-Meeting of Jennie Lob-
Carden Club spoke on the four for Women.A dell Circle at home of Mn. B. M. ( .
national forests and the five state program on "Migrant Work. Hindman.
parks of Florida at a meeting of en" was presented by the Jennie Feb. 23-Meeting of Homestead
the club In the Woman's Club of Lobdell Circle under the leader Woman's Club in clubhouse at 3

Homestead building Monday af ship. of Miy Llyy cS J'ltld. o'clock, J
ternoon. She poke also I1 of the -+- \' tFetx 37-Meeting' of the Woman's 14)i
shark Industry of the state. ,LEGION AUXILIARY GIVES Auxiliary of Homestead Presbyterian I t
Mr*. James McCready presidedIn TO SCHOLARSHIP FUND Church. I
the absence of the president who 'Th' 'LI&lan Auxiliary .%eted Fsb. : 28-Meeting of Redland ,
was ill, and Mrs. A. W. Jones Wednesday evening to contribute Home Demonstration Club.
substituted for the secretary. five dollars to the fund collected Feb. 28-Meeting of Homestead
Mn. Grace McLellan Smith each year' from, auxiliaries over Art Club at home of Mrs. Frank
read an article on bird plumage. 'the state to finance some worthy Webb. 'Hn
Mn. Margaret Little of Chicago I girl's education in college.

a visitor, spoke on the difference Announcement wt, made that Move, Misses Helen, Mildred and boo:)
northern and southern
between the state convention will be held
Margaret Field, Miss Etfle Booth
gardens. in Key West In AprIL Willard Norman Gea-ge EsteU,
Cookies and coffee wen served ,
I The auxiliary decided to send Donald Cross and Sparkman Hold-
by the hostesses. Mn. McCreadyand scrapbooks, cards and paste to the
Mrs. Fred Fuchs. I convalescent children of the county Ing.
Present besides those named ; hospital at Kendall who will I. of
were Mrs. R. J. Shepherd. Mrs. H. I .
complete the ecnpbooU.I ':
P. Potter. Mr*. .R. O. Desmond, I Refreshments were served to the ::;.
Mr*. J. M. Dobbin Mrs. D. B. Legion members and Sons Cfhe tfi WHITMAN'S CANDIES

Snow Mrs. IL J. Brockett. Mrs. Legion who net at the same time.Present .
ft. K. Haas, Mrs. William Dunlop, were Mrs. Lamar Kendrick ,
Mn. Lloyd Shanklln Mrs. Ho1II president Mrs. Goal D., Z NORRIS' CANDIES
ter Sage Mn. C. W. Mangus. Mr*.I l Ruble, Mrs. A. W, Hutchinson, .
Joel J. Robinson. Mr Ben Young. -
Mn, Edw. Herman, Mrs. Edw. r -
4, Mn. Annie R Butler. Mrs. Dberta Norma Sr, Mrs. Harold Sheffield GALES' CANDIES
.Rule, Mrs.: Herman Heintoin, and Dorothy.Kuhn.. "% '., ;'. ; 'i
),fn. a W. Calkins and Mn. '

Thorn Suckle. EPVTORTB LKAGtsV GIVES
Mrs. Brockett: will entertain thelub WICNEK ROAST AX CANAL
*o(-squMt*
on Feb. IT. The EpwoJr& JLcague of -the lo..lirreea9m Thsrail

Homestead M holUst Church WJoyed beaterles* ncthod . .Coot,
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLAM a wlehet tdajt at Mowry /safe oonjbnabtel 1 i ;

DISCUSSES PlO JECTI street canal F/dJiJ| .werang. After Ilk|far1uMniquL I
were discussed
Project: for the year the feast, folk games, and other
by: the Jennie Lobdell Sunday game were pkr/tA I>| t
school class of the Homestead Present were: Jars. 4van Itoaer 1
Methodist Church at a meeting Misses AntolnelW Aaa and Sue V .DIXIE DRUG
3 Tueatay evening at the home of -
'Mr*. BrIo Webb. No decision was M ti.-
Leonard r...... w..
r Dr. \V.
'F tetbad JACK POLK HOWARD JOUXSOM
Present were Mr. and Mn. Dan AUa-SB9UTY: I
GLASSESSi 'I.I Homestead Fla. Pbewa It till
!WffliasM, Mr. and Mrs W. B. Mills, I Si to* th..arM..a PARLOR M
Mr. and Mis L. Brawn. Mn .... a.e ......... III" I -
Paul HsyaoH. Mrs. Paul Near/, N. L 9,1014...r .......e1h Ago H-14 veneer e i
Sirs J. Z. Class, Mrs. Charles Otis, ,... Phase lw."
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I and Group Prayers". Mr*. J. R.. Th paper adds, "Most gambler

. I Pope spoke "Service, .a Debt. .. Ofuonor .CURRENT are crooks or at least crooks as* t
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oclate with them. The resort I
;. Events r SWT Fitch served fruit cake and' COM-M" "N"l'I cities are worked upon as "goodpiclyng" i!
coffee. I Daytona hasnft all of ;
. .., Present beside those mentioned 'em; Westorook Pegler writes I*
: 4 1' even I : Mt.. J. Newton,.Mrs I. L. an'she says"wJTt makel ftHdleal his column that "Miami t I. the hibernating -
callahan, Mrs. L. A. Wile, Mra J. needless" That nt ao place for the criminal I Iacum
Lawrence Scott. and Mrs. J. R. come back wit!(* ffen )*ou was to I .'' And nobody baa offered a
MRS. W. M. FIFIELD IS GIVEN SHOWERS Chamblis shave the chin bristle off an' kiss successful contradiction
I me way would the a good( 0 . --
BY PUPILS OF NEVA KING COOPER SCHOOL JUS. POTTER EVTCmtNSXXW ..-ia' menhsa*'. t-Jted. to pass
Reveille the first bugle call of
4ysVi the
-- ENGLAND GROtTTMn. that I one. -wr' 'it'd
Two delightful surprise showers by Ruth Kutlaad. another atxthgrade U. F. Potter entertained .teed M nice." Thaf 4jW wire too i and the day sailors to arouse fCaatgstt'eaaupinthemomtn" sleeping soldiers
of New ', far an' sea I, ""Haas wtea yon set I -
fey pupils of pupil:: a croup England
,r gives Friday ) TIM, according to
A TRIBUTE friends Thursday evening at her down ;you show your inheritance"She I
tht fifth and sixth grades of home in Florida City. looked a little fussed, sort o' Pathfinder Maitiine, various pro
Neva King Cooper School for Mrs A* the time draws near for you Sandwiches and home nude squirmed around a bit and ant, nunciatiana, depending upon the
If. Fifield who left early this to depart cookies formed the refreshmentcourse. "Wot do you mean?" Sea I. "Yore locality. The French (orglnator of
week to Join Mr. Fifield In Gainesville Many kind thought will dwell In le-I....." That held her all right the term) call It re-vay-YAY; the
where he la now serving as the heart . British pronounce It re-VEL-l or !
assistant to Dr Wilmon Newell, Of every pupil whom you have I TheuesU Included: the re-VAL-l while In the U. S. A. I
''Rev. and Mrs V E. Rowell Mr.I There I* a wide difference between rev-4-LEB ] the form.
taughtTo accepted '
head of Florida experiment stations. and Mrs. Ralph Desmond Mr. and official hand that .
the guides .
do .I There are yet other sometime tc
Mrs. Fifield has been teaching things right Just as we ouht.Many' '
Mrs. David Snow. Mr. and Mrs and ,the one that direct: the one used, such as re-VAIL-yee, rev
and arithmetic to the
science the time when troubled 1 J. Brocket, Mrs. Anna Baer, 1* d.mocratlc..th other dictatorial.The VH-lee and REV-uh-lee.
two grades. Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, Mrs. Harold
Pupils of the home room of You with work I Lowenthal and son, Buddy, Walter, 1(40 federal census will ,y.y..y..y..y......
urged when to
us on tempted
Mrs. Fifield, Mr*. J. G. Wynn and shirk Fred, G. H. Todd, Fred Brocket show an Increase of '''84W in LIBRARY FACTS
Mrs.W. R. Bird prepared the first and Fred Parlin. '
surprise in Mrs. Wynn's room, In science, fithmetlc and the rest our population. Likewise It shows u.uek!A...&...........
By gently saying, "Just do a slow-up, but not a reverse, of
where Mrs Fifield found innumerable your MUSIC CLUB TO MEET I'
bea!." the percentage of people moving (Continued from Page Four)
bouquets awaiting her. WITH MIS. JOHNSONThe from farms to the city. In the
for Other
books
la, the afternoon Mrs Fifield We've treasured friendship Monday Music Club will 1SZ9-30 decade this wa ,.. percent publication. by
your meet Monday at the home of Mrs. this author are: "Breakfast la
was Invited to the auditorium everlasting and true i while In the last one it was
when the two grade bad a short And hope we've returned Howard Johnson, and Mrs. John I but 6 4 per cent. Bed", ;.,. Mounds of Spring.
program In her honor and preaeaUld friendship too. your son and Mrs. T. J. Faust win be I . "The Battle of the Horizons" and

her with an umbrella filled At we've come to parting friends hostesses. Those who are unable to The Daytona .Beach Observer I"The Unfinished Symphony."
attend are asked to notify the .
with 19 handkerchief 0 0
sometimes do hostesses.Mr. says that city has hid more robberies -
The following verses by Dorothy I We wish all the happiness Mn.Fif and crimes of violence the "The Giant Joshua" by Mau-
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Moon of the sixth grade were read Ield, to you. and Mn.-Paul Reynolds and present season than for several rine( Whlpple is a story of Mormonlife
year and lays the blame on II-1' from a woman's viewpoint.
HOMESTEAD JUNIOR CLUB MAKES FINAL ours guests John Sunday and of Gene Dr., were and dinner Mn.I I censing of gambling-not leall7but J However Susan Ertx, years ago
I I illicitly, saying the "gambling!used: this same theme for her
PLANS FOR BARN DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT Crosley in Miami.- I I racketeer pre there by the le'lon.1 I""Proselyte.."

-- Mrs. R. W. Mulllns, Mrs. A. H.Meybera. . .
Committee appointment for the square dancing Two couples from Mrs. J. W. English and
Junior Woman' Club barn dance Miami will do exhibition square I Hives Either and Helen Livingston i I GET YOUR STATEDriver's
In the Chamber of Commerce dancing, and Miss Maryan ChaeV of Ad Astra Chapter of the
building Saturday night were announced wick, teacher of the Junior Wo- O. E. S. visited Fern Chapter of: LicenseAT
at the club'meeting Monday man's Club dancing school, will Key West Friday night when the i
evening In the clubhouse by teach several conga steps worthy grand matron paid her official -
Mrs. James L. Bird, president visit there.

The ticket-taking groups are: W. M. U. TO HATE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICE
Mrs. Herbert Turner, Mrs. Burley WEEK OF MAYER His bases

Dandy. Mrs. Clifton DeBerry and A week of prayer for the Wo- Teacher: "Can you five me a,i IN HOMESTEADOdd
MIL Roberta Harrison; Mrs. W. B. men's Missionary Union of the food example of how heat expands;,,I
Caves, Jr. Miss Geraldine Reitz First Baptist Church of Homestead thins and cold contract them?" '
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and Miss Ellen Huff, and Mrs. L. will be held from MarcH 3' Student: "Well, the day ant I Feltow Bldg.Open from a. am. U I p. a*. \ ..

T. Proctor and Mrs. T. B. Green to 7, Mrs. Frank Irwin president, mudi lander in the summer.-Es. !
They will serve In one-hoar shifts. announced at a meeting of Circle, uM

Groups that will serve hot dogs Four Wednesday afternoon at the,
In two-hour shifts are: Mrs. Edwin home of Mrs. S. H. Fitch. j

McGarrah, Mn. T J. Walker, Mrs The circle decided to send an'
Frank Bernecker and Mrs. Wll- offering to the Baptist orphanage;
burn Reed; Mrs. Harold Oxford, In Arcadia.
Mr*. Virginia Walton, Mrs. '
Dandy Mrs. J. Tom Vann read an article
and Miss Pearl Whitaker and Mrs
; from the Baptist Witness, a state Let's All Get Behind
E.Mrs.A.Greene Buchanan and, Mrs Mrs.Olin Proctor.Wright, magazine, on "Line China War:
Clouds with Silver Dimes" by MI'I.;
Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick Augustus P. '1'. Tucker of Miami. The article 1,
Wynn, E. A. Buchanan and Olin urged member to Increase.
Wright will sell the cold drinks. their white cross offerings far l t, This Slogan:

Sam Fife and his orchestra will hospital in China. Mrs W. T. Me- I
prsvide music for both round and Connell gave a talk on "PenoneJi,I
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Good wagv| ncjea3ing daily. condition" '''. :

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What are you doing to get your increase :
fHLet's ;

Are to receive the first .. '., ; 'f .
dollar-dayl\elp
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discharge when the slump conies? :' sec' that this fact "gets :: 7;' ;

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Credit? Yes. Discount for Cash. 'r" '. ..,
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I ''lethe[ Churches j jumn *elder District* 'The To Rev.of Florida Elder the R. J. Free Millljan City to Come'Methodist Feb., district U..lr RATE: First IfPl 14. lm. ; / I I.lI.




torch, will comenigto Florida City _-. : _a. __ __ .
Vj xt '. ht to hold a ...
CHURCH ..... ....tor. (uad>y atkaol at t-R

_rtilni at II a. m. and ,:M p. av; quarterly meetinf. FOR SALE I- FOR RENT
rt, .OMUTIAA-Dr. i. J:. Jobation, t*.. N. T. P. .. and Junior. rimes at '110 A testimony service and preaching .

v f> tree tt at s.adar 11 a. a scb.d161J IV a*..:*B::l t..M r nT (tiMa.avt.4i. at. From lineups Wadaaaday, annlnf service will be followed by the 4.JOO ONLY. One et.Ahe best lo-' FOR RENT-Residence in Florida

.. .,*. a. Prayer aanlMa ...-., sacrament of the Lord'i Supper. cited, handsomest'and fined J- City; 3 bedroom, fireplace, elec-

."i ., f:M W m. .. rIINITOIf--TIIa. dander ......... .It.. W.11.L. Crpw.tl.Paws. pea.bIssat Everybody I* Invited lo. attend. torf, 3 bed-roonvhouies.. Two tric stove running hot and cold

l 'QOULD8If.. Sa.M# o.b..l ./ 10 /pea/a0 Fcteraoa. raa.I IJ a. m. and TiN, a. a>. Jatilor' I I! tot(. double garg?>lth maid's water, two bathrooms: reasonable
:: n.s&T, P. U. ./ Mttlu at *:Mi porno aaxphta attMlai TO HOLD COMMUXIOVi : : far1'4nore rent Leader-Enter.
11..as.@ad7M Its. at 4JiW. Prone examine w...... at I quarter; worth than Apply
a I* frarar aarrto at f is* a. m
'. Wtdaaaaaf.a. Tit a. at. ,1 i Corporate communion for the | price asked. Require $2,200 prise.

CATHOLIC EPISCOPAL Woman' Auxiliary of St. John's cash, balance (33.00 per month.

IT. JOHN'S)-_. IL lamd awayt and Episcopal: Church will be held > Full Information If seriously interested MISCELLANEOUSLOANS

a rni-nrH E. _rid or....TWIN...*. SACRED_....s BEAUT-the _. I fourth ttrati. BoatailMdi. the Btt. R. F.BlKMard. Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. I and prepared 10 act ImI -
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T. 1. Gaa>".. ...to.. Bundnir ma a'l lMl stag a. ....rwtor.Baptist tckool Holy at toainmnioa 1,10| .....at- I mediately. H. A. Cameron.

s atkool week a i*.,..mam(oll..vln at tlM P .daily.Sasday '.w.a. Ins pra... at 11.FREE I I Maid: "I'm lorry, but she laid I Phone 72. Homestead. (f7-tf) LOANS TO BUILD, MODERNIZE,

auaa. Coauaanloaj. for mom* the first METHODIST was to tell you that. she 1* not at REPAIR Residential, Grove
: GACRETRACT i
Sunday -r month I (or own and bora, lhamad home. miles
and Business
Bandar t mont*. Hi.lr hour Tkiln. Property
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day before first rr,.., of month ., tiWp. I FLORIDA CITY-Mrs. 1..lIt'...Tnmhyn.. Caller: "Oh, that's all right. Justtell i 01 1 wn: hat over 300 GOOD From $30 to AOOO-from II mo. lo
lor. Sunday .h..I. 10 prwathiff.
... .Mm tint Friday at t >M >after. m 1; II a. m. and JiW a. ...a..i >PO,:.' aim.Inn. her that I'm glad I d:dn't call." gtapefruit tree. No buildings 5 yean.
(ItMdlrllM d the Slowed Saoramant TtSO TiMMdayl Junior ....II... Ha been' held
I' p. m. -The Farmer. at $2,000, now of-
Progressive No Down
No Red
Ptyment- Tape
I ,M p. ... Thundiy Young Paol.i Mrs I
1 literary society Isle p. ... a.nd.,. fered at $1.900 and I can sell SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH ,I ;;;; for
lew. Make
"Sorry I brought )'Ou.here, me an offer. (200 for 34 mo.-Repay $6.39 mo.

...FLORIDA..... sunder CITY....001 Rroadinr M (Ml and.. ..sixth. her | METHODIST CHURCH daughter This Is hardly show : .You'll not find more for your $!.100 for 36 mo.-Repay $15.97 mo

pupils weds. SO raara .f ml morning < BOMB8TKAD-Th. a... J. t. Rlrkank, for a young girl like you." ,"onp",. Phone TZ. H. A Camer- $1,500 for 80 mo.-Repnv $32.50
.."lca at II .>.1...... W 4..t tar artnlnMrvtr ......... Sunday school at I:" .. in.I "Oh that' OK Dad. Maybe It ba, Homestead. (f7-tf)
.h.... Intludr txtinanlili of v.l. praachlnl at II a. ... and TiM .. a. mo.Ask
.... till and experiences sad tn.rk. .. Cl.rU.ti Junior" Laavut at s ,.. p. a*.: III ....... will liven up before the end," she FOR SALE for FREE Estimates
... .. Vi.."<. t Po.. TM .ubll.. 1> cor.dlillr .t *:ID a. m. i Meter ........ at .:10 p. m.Prn said awnlu-Ex. -Living, dining and Without
Obligation
Invited. >ar nattlnc at 1:SO p. at. Wtdmtday.H.K bedroom suites also other furniture -
HMidin awes In thumb ..11I1.. n epee 1 --- LOANS can be secured to Modern-
Thursday afternoon Iran ll 0 to4DDk.Tki PALM-Th. Rr.. J. K. W.llrf.pulur. I I i h. good condition Apply
every publlt .. .oldiallp Invited U theservices Boner whoa l! awry sander at REDUCED FRICEANNOUNCED UIONJW. Stint, Miami. Ue; and Repair LEASED OR
and la Visit tINt r dl.. mom.w III a. m.i pmchlni .tanlrM MORTGAGED Propert\
and firth sunders at 11 a. ace.and'i'.I: I [Ig < f jt (1721)roR'
Feb. 9 Lesson sermon FOILAMERICAN 1 We also have F.II.A. LOANS for
PRINCETON-.TB. I...t WaI":'*, ; '
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: 'SALE New Homes
topic: : "Spirit. pm Wet preaching ., 0 a. a.; unday -Roll-a.w.y bed, food payable monthlyover

1 school at to.FLORIDA. i DOY I i condition, $7.00; man' grey 20-25 years.
OF CHRIST
CHURCH
I ::r: ('b..UNITT CHURCH overcoat size 34, $3.50: small Let us supply your' BvtLDlNO

HOMESTEAD Rn. Paul C. H.... I -Ih. Rrv. W. E. Rowrll. paitor IhurrSvhool : I portable electric heater; gallon NEEDS. Prompt Senl* .,/
dos Pastors First avenue and N. W. Fifth at 10 a. m.: preaching at 7au, p. a =
....... Blbl. study .t 10 .. m. ; mnmuit.Ion I Mldwtrh prorate and Bible study W...wt, With the ... 0' am "imp". I glass jars other article Mn BROOKER LUMBER: (0,
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IT :diy ., 1120.RFn1ANn. tied enlivened .In. The AnwrlraaU'
Mlowthlp and preaching at a. m. Winchell Epmore between
drive
:,: formort publlrntloa. for Was tee toIwrnty I I II'' Phone 02 Homestead, Ha.
ro 4 irMiTT (",'"rn .... annouarat a ndvrtloa In II.lubacrllitlnn '; Farm Life and Newton ..
CHURCH OF COD The R.... W, K. Rowtll ........ ThurrkMN and aim It eopr prlr.. H.rt- roads.f7)
HOMESTEAD N. W, Fleet awiiMIlundw I .. .t Iv. ..uhtna at lit EpwortaLraiu. aft.r TINt America Boy will Mil for loss I I ) WANTEDWANTLU .'
at 4:20. HUwti.li preen and a single ropy at atWMUnda or 'or II m
.olii>.,l >t *i4i a. m., prmi-hlnl... at bible study Thursday at T tell.j a war and II.M (or Uiraa years on a tubaerlptlon FOR SALE-7-room house on I
It a. m and 7:11 P. n. ; Y. P. at ka.la.la .
it ehlldmi'a. niortln at J.r. paraonan, 11 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH announelni a rhanra In adltorlal, pol. I. more than acre of ground frontIng : Small camp site\ Ni deepwater

Prayer ntwtlni, I p. ... Wadnowtar lor. publishers'D"h lha Aawrk-an: Stop -.1 I I 150 feet' on South Krome In vicinity of Homestead
HOMESTEAD-Krom. "tnua at N. llthttrwt. lira :. '. the a.laklbh' lt ( or on Key Largo. Box A-130,
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I The Mr*. baa H. ftirki. pwlor. tion ktraw who haw made the mavailn* ave. (Oversea Highway), 142
Tka 1ta9. Robert lI.j Bible achlwl at ID a .. I pnachlni. at IIa M popular with Young and old allka. will I I feet on S. W. 8th *L (Homestead care of Leader-Enterprise.
BOHESTEAD-
...: youriwavL't Molina1 at t SO .. aa continue to tell of their adventure. ..- f7-tf)
t elusively In The Amrrtuii Slay InrlndKdIn -Florida City boundary line)
IN THE COUNTY JI.R'S COUNT l'j- NOTICE OF INATITITlnN OF SUIT tkla group are Rvnfraw of the CanaritauMounted. and IgO feet on S. W. lit ter.
AND FOR .'o NTY. fLORIDA. BT ATTACHMENT Conner Morgan and Old Mae I TUTORING WANTED"hign
: : race. Comprise alx lot with
PROBATENa Wollr. la MatUa, pratpoctoiai Square Jaw Davis.
Krrrby
given to H. M Btrk. school and grid school aubjena.Mn. .
IIHI4In Pafmdant, and all other Inter railroad ana-laaar Johnnie Caro,...... ly- two vacant strategic corners:
ptrton.
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Rot '.to'.of Sarah K. Hill d.Pwd ..... that a lull hai been instituted In art Jim Tbriwy. d.teewwTod Moran,| all lots connected with H. J. Armstrong A. B
NOTICE TO CREDITORS tho Juttle. of the Piaoa Court for aMnaal Alas Ramp and TW Dal city wat-
the =
T* All Creditors and All Pr.... Raving Third Justice District of Dodo County.. vmiturtra la arirniw, and others X11 i I er and sewer mains; house! hat Plummer drive and Country
Claims ar Demand Against laid KttauiYon. Florida, between exclusively with The Aaortaia Nor.However. Club road.CLEAN .
H. W.
and ..e of ran. are hereby notified. and H. M. Bark Vaidtrhota-h. u with a laraor .....,... will I I modern plumbing and electrical i _
plaintiff dVfrnd.nl
and roqulri to present any .1.1.... and liy the ices, of ;' writ : : woe mew fiction rharaetera and aa .... fixture, screened porch and RAGS WANTED WIU)
_.... which you. .r either of you may ln .. .. Termed spoor defense and adventure pro.ran I I
thrr .1.
ban aaalntt the teas of Sarah K. H.ll writ trrtala the property mid dtfrndant of saw, A oawhlrh .. ( ... the .....,....... fMd. Cmtlornootnltloa : eastern exposure to prevailing exchange subscription or advwUslng -
d_... late of Dade County Flcirlda to ftndant .... .... attached and hat not will ka gives U autat.ndlnlboya breeze Bargain for cash. W. for clean Leader-
the Hon. W. F. III.."'". County Judn of born oaken by the defendant .....,11 the aountry over and an txrrptlotialrklnmmt :; B. Myrlck 624 S. Krome rags. .
kit will k. rrwanM with the ave.
Dad County and (II* the aaaM In Ono (II Dining l Room Btt. Enterprise.
0",00.40 use county Co.rthmso :1.Dad.Goody. .I On* (1) Bed Roam art boy1 picture' on the front This.' Homestead, Fla. (pf7-21)
'. Within .iht fast to wits Inaugurated with the Novem.In"
Htonllanaoua OF APPLICATION
Household artlcU. NUrill
tint Mu. whkb cars". ms tho '...n' so...
montha from th of the
Nebo kmof. :14" claims or publl.I 1 The said ..,..d.., and all mishap ptnom the picture of Amrrlea autMandln driver FOR SALE-2 roll hog wire FOR TAX DEEDChapter of UM
... 74t7Acta
I. .... therefore .
art required to school .
nddraaa of the rlilmant answer Df high an.Tvarhna.
onuln the Israel
and to ka ....... to and promoted a.aforauld. rule day In March being tINt third ".r of'Harch. 1 llhrariana parmta and leaden never been stretched; 12 nice Notice' It .....Film..', .A-4tll!... that H>pk Jaynes.holdr .
or saw will ... ........ .... saw A. D. 1141. otherwise. Judgment of kort vroupa rwommtnd The Anvriraa | hen*. Imperial Gas Station at plate and County Tam l'''rlin.cat. -
lion ltd of the IMS P........ Art may k* taken by default against UK said Roy .th..II.. They ban flood that. Federal Highway north of Avocado Na. III4 h...... the bill day of July,
Dated January I"... A. D dafaadant u a tenser. ode, Mays who road The Amgrime }I A. P. IMT. baa IM same U wv ..Ir....
1O.OF.HALL, WITNESS, the H... O. B Puttee I".. Boy popularly .d..... ator rapid I- drive. <( .. Administrator of the of lift of tINt para of the Mid Third Jmtlr ly than hoya wed do but road It. ThrouaV 10.,.. ,1Nt..... Bald rUfloiii', _bro_ -,
SARAH 1'':. HALL ntatrtrt In County and Rial and the leadership and sportsmanship of litflctloa FOR SALE On of Homestead'snicest ulliiwlni. dreeril.d In the
the pniprrty
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-. the ami of at Miami. Florida; ; e""""" ". . hnbunl with a '..
County of Uad. .1. of rlurkla .111
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DON Eo FRRRtYRA.Attavnar this lath day of January A. D. 111. ilMlr to homaa ". U develop lINt. homes-3 -bedroom, 2 Tract a. And. Plat of thrd. .tUiadEttatra.
for Admlnbtntor. . O. 8. BUTTON. I' .. Idtala and. _.... the heroes th_ baths, In choicest residential Set I. Plat Hook II. I'... la.
U.a II. Fak. 7. 14. II, 141) elves dlapUy.Ta containing I.I* aen mora .r Mi In
Jutttot. of the auhacrlba The Amarlran Boy almnly section. Reinforced concrete con of rfcirlilaTha .
bad data
.._ .. who the county of *
of the
and the and one .
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Third. struction. Landscaped plot 103' x au .rn.nt of aaU pr."| "( under
with
P..I b to raoilira the naiatla together ..... ..... off
FOR TAX DEED (Sad) 12 the saW was la) Ihi M4.m
ropor rmlttanoa rate Sam Debts lo run In KorMttnd .... for thnw yMral direct Votlct U hmkr gives that Mlanla 3Klrbr ......... J... 14. F'". ,. 14. I'. < T4M Saeoad BI..... Dot..... 111<101.... I III month. 6%, Eleanor Frotchcr Unlna Mid certificate, doll ir'K, r nW4>< lh M.r aa wince .( City of MiamiTen Overseas highway mil south of according to law. the p'1
Certificate )I......... ItTM. dated the I will ba told to the hlrt" .t """I.. at
alit day of July, A. D. togs. hat filed sold Homestead. Ph. 829-J. U3l-") the Court boat ...* oa the llrat M"..l.r
Certificate IK my office. and ha made In the nonlh of N... 1>4I, ohlrk to the
ppllnilloa for sax deed to lease thmnnIn FOR SALE- 5-room modern IH dar 0' M.reh. 1*...
Dated ibis 1m d fit. Jan-PV 1941L -
amwdtno with law. ntd Certificate
_.......* the following '_"1'. lltuatadIn house! furnished $2.060. $ percent ,.. L5ATI11KHMAN.Cloak .

Dade Lot IT.County.Block,..II......Weed. _Uwn II' Cor.WM Does Your Car Have Any i I internet. L. O. Halt Call loads aI Coar.u.U.rW.TlKi'le, .<\,'
|. Pat Rook e. Pan I. la tIM City I Dr. M. A Bcrgcr's residence, Vomit towel !7i.c.mRiiv.-n.t..c.
t* Mlnnl County of Dad. State of. i (J31-U)


solid Florida.Tkr Wtlle.t.ati.>ti. Laud d sold was pr-pep in the ender.-s:: Of. These Faults \'FOR SALE-Lowest priced South VTROPICAU

i>( Unknown. Unity amid rtlfkau ahall Krome-Federal blhway-180
W redeemed a.aordln !.> law t>. *..'
will ;nee thmn .. the tltk day ., I' ft. corner or lesser! frontage if MONKEY
M.nrh A. D. 141 deiired. An opportunity. Eleanor
February, A. D.
Dismiss thl.4Uld.yo 1
1041.7 1 Froscher Overseas highway, T9/gy

L e. Junn.J. :. mil south of Homestead. Ph.

1f.t ant .1.. I J28-J. J31-f7) JUNOUC

ClH n Court ...). UJr
THC
By N. C.RTIRRETT.D.C. Lacks' Power and Speed? CHRISTMAS VINE plant and IN
M.r. T. IMlT
rk. 14. II. IK. '
young tropical almond trees
Hard to Start? for sale. Also cuttings of pur- am a.nhqJan.Is
Drive was
DR.M.A.BERGERDentist Uses Too Much Gas pie bougainvillea: Mr. N. O. flat rood M.N.Pet.n

Ball.. 13 N. E. Eighth St. o. M I* ,&

Vibrates or runs rough ? naa..aad Rleb-y,

Sluggish and No Pep? 'I RARE ale ,cheap TROPICAL Mrs. H. H. twin's IN tHC REDLA

Office Hours 8:30--1:30 IS N. E. 8th it, Homestead --.--.:.--

I (aietf). '
'page
o Advertisers get'
Qp n Evening by Awtelnftnenl
': FOR SALE Tropic plant, dt- domination at small expenditure >

First National Bank rut trees and tropic mill IrMason.
.. Drive it into our garage and have the engine I Jungle Grove Rosalind In the tabloid '

Building SCIENTIFICALLY TES'fED with our new SUN I road and Plummaidrhr*. LeaderEnterprise.ACETYLENE .


'.11" "." ", ,,,,.....,,.'. MOTOR TESTER and see for yourself what is

: needed to put it in first class operating condition. WELDING
DR. R. S. AKERS: :


:I 'V. DENTIST I V. Brand New Outfit



-Zotfce Hon f a. n. to I mli ....UlaWork_Guaranteed
PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. I
i -.- 8.. i u u i ii i PHONE SII.&

i Closed Saturdays j jI

South Krome ATC.OPPOSITE. Phone 18 SAVI'S.GARAGE

I Free Parking Space j j17M TAG AGENCY

BALI ALEXANDER, .re r.
N. w. irrn >T, MIAMI I

i PHONE s-tui I I Avocado Drive and Old Dixie Highway4' ,.

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Page Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 7, 1941

Unseen Service League Holds had managed for the past four i Father of J. Go Wetherly
Chevrolet Possesses
1941 yean. Funeral services were conducted -
I Initiation For Five. Tuesday at the gravesidein Dies In Local Hospital

Features of Worth, Says DirectorDetroit .t ., OraosUuvd Memorial Park by
I Five new sntmbers, ArrPar11IIII" the Rev. X. F BteekJord rector Mr. tad Bin. 3.. G. Wether
Frank Hausman Felix Bui- of St. John's Episcopal Church of I left by train from Miami last night
Jan. ID-A lIWIufllttur-1 20 in Diicfe i Boys' Choir lard George Jeerer and Wilson xomestesdt Turner Funeral Home to accompany the body of )lrWetlwrly'll.&heI'

ing process of which Which WiU,Come Feb. 20 Austin, were Initiated into the was ia charge of the arrangements.Mr. Carl H. Weirdly
In 10,000, probably,has ever heard,,i Young People's Service League Bergman was born In San 68, who died In the James
Is playing* important part In establishing The Dixie Boys' Choir, which of St John's Episcopal Church Francisco. As tar as I* known, be Archer Hospital Wednesday, to
the mi Chevrolet ai Sunday evening. .Suzanne Brown, leaves no relatives. Greensboro N. C,where it will be
the finest product that company will Lint In Redland School auditorium the president, presided buried.

has ever built on Thursday, Feb. 20 under Next Sunday, the Rev. R. F. The elder Wetberly was a red- ,
The authority for this statement the sponsorship of 1.I1.ohn"1 Blackford, rector of the church, Virginia Frick on Tour dent of Hialeah but WM broughtto
If Ed Hedner, national director ol' Episcopal Church: is composed and about half of the league will I With Stetson Glee Club the hospital here by his ion
service, who bases his comment on I attend a deanery meeting In who Is manager of I local grocery
20 boyi between the of 10
reports from dealers throughout ages Andrews Church Lake St.1 itor Death followed I short ill-
the field. The verdict of Chevrolet and 14. I The rest of the group will meetas Miss Virginia Trick daughter of ne...
dealers, which necessarily reflects A manager, a director, two matrons usual at T o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. M. Frlck is a I Other'survivors are two filter,,
that of owners, it that the current and a girl complete the party I I member of Stetson University Glee I Mrs. Ernest W. Teague and Mrs ,
models excel their own predecessors which will arrive In its own bus Grove Manager Dies Club which is making a concert F H. Stone,both of Greensboro.
not only In style, performanceand a few noun before the perform tour of the southern part of the
comfort, but In durability ai ance. i At WincheD HomeRoy state. As the glee club sang in I Other
Monday. concert
well. The choir toured five states last, I II two Miami churches Sunday Miss Myers
to be given in Plant City, St.
While visible features, such ai year with great success, says the' Charles Bergman, CO, I retired i Frick and a friend Miss Mildred were and Lakeland
Bartow
vacuum power shift knee action, Rev. R. F. Blackford, rector of tool and die inspector, died Dickert of Daytona Beach, were Petersburg:
and valve-in-head engine sell a the church. 'I Sunday from a lingering aliment; able to speed the week-end In .
great many cars, other features,, The program will begin at 7:30: at the home of Mrs. Reah WincheU,1 Homestead.The READ THE WANT-ADS
entirely unseen, often help to keep o'clock. whose grove on Epmore drive he glee club left for Fort
them sold," said Hedner. "They do --------

this by heightening economy, durability
,or some other factor which
motorists reasonably expect in
their cars
"Such a feature Is the wear-re-
slating coating which Chevrolet
adopted for the cams of its engine
camshaft on 1940 models, and
which Is now used, not only there, 1
but on engine rocker arms and the
shifter yokes of three-ipeed trans
missions. By meant of a chemical
process, I protective layer of manganese -
phosphate Is deposited on I 410P
the metal surface. This substancehas I
the property of absorbing and,
retaining oil, which Insures the
friction surfaces, to which It is applied I
being worked to a mirror-
like finish during the break-In''

period. ,
This oil-saturated coating main
tains a complete film of lubricant:
between adjacent surfaces, during
the critical break-In stage and in'
that way eliminates scuffing and
> v n. t
scarring It also protects the bearing -i n
: surfaces from corrosion before,
..1 the part Is Installed, and after it
is in operation.


\\') U FOSTER DIES
Funeral services for Wm. L.ros is tlJe
ter, 48, of Naranja who died Wednesday choice of f fI
In a Miami hospital after
I
a brief illness were held at a Miami -
funeral home yesterday, with thousands
burial arrangements to be made 1
later. upon thousands
A native of Montgomery Ala., of
Mr. Foster came to South Florida
16 years ago He leaves a son, Mar- motorists ..
vin, and three daughters ,Mn. who
Marjorie R. Smith, Mrs. Wm. D. form
Thompson and Miss Helen Mae erI
Foster, all of Miami. lised
,
.. edta S-10 .0

20 YEARS AGO

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era end of the county. They began and . .
'. at Miami, looked over the it 4
:: poor farm at KendaL traversed the se fig
.' new highway from Miami to Florida -
d City, and ran out the Florida acre
City canal road to examine the glar
; new ".5ot bridge over the 1*
.' mile canal then continued on down das .. .It
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o to Royal Film hammock. ." '

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