Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00478
 Material Information
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 21, 1941
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00478
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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:fl, Pioneer weekly Tabloid LEADER-ENTERPRISE ';! ::Leader Dlsukl Isis


Bandit Suspects Play Slots Near

F. Murder Scene During Nan-Hunt .

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; : Civic Center Site Sought MEN AT JUKE FAIL IN TRY



'{ COMMUNITY Inadequate Notice to Taxpayer I

A resolution to apply to the 1941 Florida legislature !
for a change in Homestead's city charter to GENERAL MOTORS(}r Driver" Shot Fatally All

NEEDCITEDBY permit abolishment of parccl-by-parcel advertisingof Trucks Robbed South
tax-deliftquent property and substitution there- t'
SHOW PREVIEW of Florida City
for of a general notice wad adopted by the city I -

CLUBWOMEN I II council Mondaynight after being presented by Ira GIVEN CLUB HEREA GREEN: COUPE USED.BY .

I' C. Haycock, Miami lawyer who serves Homesteadas NEftVOUSYOUTHS
attorney.Mr. .--J" .........
I city preview of the General Motor
I I Harris Sees Building as Haycock said such a change in the method "pirate. of KNOT**" which will I Victim WAS Reaching fdr

M Most Worthy Project of advertising! delinquent taxes would effect a great. fo on exhibition In Miami next Wallet. When Bullet
Wednesday on UM county cause Ws
saving taxpayers of Homestead.The ; Fired
I t to Sponsor"FORMS way rounds WM given the Homestead *
present method lists each parcel by legal Rotary Oak at its meeting I Mark Thomas ink, Jr.. Si, of
f. ) FORCTREETMARKERS description and the owner's name, and gives for- Wednesday noon in the. Legion Miami Short Village, was shot
ORDERED getful owners notice that their buildinf
property specific
; The latest development In the fatally by fINt of three bandits -
taxes have not been paid and that their property world .( science were exhibited by, who held up and robbed two
}Names to Be on Concrete is in danger of being sold if taxes are.not paid bya John Pierpont with accompanying Chitty at Co wholesale! grocery

i' .. at Curb to Aid Mail specific Ute.The cost, thirty cents for each pieceof lecture that he will five at the I'truck* two and a half mites south
+ .
.E Carriers'Acqulsition "nroTicrtv deseribed.s.f-m> > marble made! from cottonseed Highway at about 11:SO o'clock
iff -of an appropriate property and is cheap insurance iainst-saJ of a synthetic rubber made from last Friday night.

'sill for a civic cotter wilt be property for taxes through an. oversight of the coal synthetic unbreakable glass' Fink, one of the truck driver,
r ought by a committee appointed owner. made from coal, air and water was shot when he reached for .b
at a meeting of the city council were amounf product displayedby (wallet In compliance with a com
i. :Monday night by President J. O. Opponents of the proposed change point out him. ,mend to "hind It over' He died
I Wynn at the suggestion of Mayor that under the present method of listing the delin- The new synthetic gluts can bej:/;!In James Archer Smith Hospital
" T. J. Harri On the committee quent properties individually, the taxpayer can not pound and polished*. that spectacles her nearly tour hour later following -
; are Councilmen Frank B. Rue and confuse his of last with I t that are unbreakable can be I I an operation to remove the
payment year's city taxes
Henry Brooker and Mayor Harris. made from It, Mf. Piepont said bullet from his liver.
Mayor Harris said he had been this year's, nor does he allow his property to go to I, Also, the valuable, health-giving! The highwaymen had not been
approached from time to time by sale from confusing his payment of county taxes !I ultra violet ran of the sun will apprehended to the knowledge of
the head or member of various with of taxes. pan through this synthetic glau local police up to a late hour list
payment city
I An Invention which cauaed the night.
women's club in the district who I
i sited if the city could acquire alI The new method, sprung in the council just in Rote to marvel was the strobo- I Two of them are believed to have
I suitable lite near the downtown time for introduction in the forthcoming session' of ; nape, electric eye, which was con- been youth who visited the Last
( business district for g building in:t the l legislature, failed of passage once before. We I I j nected with a magnavox which reproduced Chance, beer and barbecue standa
which all the club could hold music from a record mil south of Florida City, about
: their meetings and entertainments believe such general advertising of the delinquenttax carried by a light beam a* well a* 40 minutes after the shooting and
, ..11I. building to be constructed list constitutes inadequate notice to taxpayersand the word of the demonstrator asked if the man who had been
I with federal aid with sponsor provides a potential means"by which tax: sales lent over a flashlight beam I shot was dead yet.
funds furnished by the clubs. sharks may fatten on the through a microphone in the flashlight Witnesses laid that both of the*
unwary property
Th mayor said la his opinion I- men had pistols In holsters under
Such a building would be one of their shirt and made no attempt
t' th<<'lYIoIt worthy projects' the city [19 CANDIDATES I Whirlwind FestivalIn Publicity DueGallaher t to keep them from being seen when
Could help promote, and h* recom- I their shirt bulged open while they
. trended Immediate action to ac- Miami Next Weep played slot Machine from which
.i Auire1 a aultabl site' by the most NOW IN FESTIVAL Says!they pushed other customer away,
feasible method. The council So auspicious wa their appearance
adopted the mayor' recommendation With booth space In the festival i that one Homestead maA went for
' without dissenting vote and QUEEN CONTEST building virtually sold out E H BUILDINGS AND the poHce while .another itayed
appointment of the committee followed Gallahef, manager of the festival and tried fo keep them engaged
laid this week that arrangementshad at tM beer land
A R. Livingston, civilengineer,I Election of a queen of the Red- been made for I whirlwind AUTOS TO GROW Mot of the Homestead polity and
was authorized to buy for the city land District Fruit Festival, Which publicity; campaign in Miami next : Constable / M. Scarborough Were
Cx forma for concrete street will open Saturday of next week week that will bring: thousand to ;ON FUTURE FARM,out scouring the roads for the ban-
Barkers, obtainable from the city will be conducted by the JUdland the opening on Saturday March 1. ,idits, however, and Policeman Her-
of Coral Cable at $U each, after I Parent-Teacher Association with Said Mr. Gallaher yesterday: man Thomas, the only officer at
$e mayor called attention SEfact W, W. Allan a* manager during "The Future Farmer World's [ Tomorrow' fern: ; ma> supply the!'the station, Mid h* would have to
that before city mail deltveSrywill the week 6f the festival Fair Inhibit baa now arrived and raw wait for the police car before he
*e inaugurated by the.'portotfice I. The successful candidate will be la m crate,ready to be opened for : materialfrom which are fabricated could go. When the officer finally
department*U streets mutt crowned on the evening of March exhibttton purposes: I automobile bodies, airplane went out to the Last Chance, the
.. marked with their name and 7, and with the title will be The poultry tent required to ,wing and a large1 part Of reiiden- men; had gone.
I ill houses must M Numbered. He awarded a 1100 wardrobe. Candid house an th1 variou exhibit will !Sal bunding1 applies, L r Living The trucks were returning from
iH6 M tad reason to bcHexr Kris ,date may be enteYed by anyone be one of the target ver"used for stun, manageY of than agricultural Key West to Miami, with Fin
i ftty mail de1iYer71V011kt who wttt notify Mr.' AHvnr or my the purpose Carpenters are busy driving. th* leading--*...aoeom*
near extension' division E.
I la Homeeitead in the ,member of the lUdland P. T. A. building edges tat the many tropical ; of L'dit Pont psuiled by Us father a* helper. The
I AT toes requirement aN met. Girls entered eo far are: Margaret birds fa be" exhibited In this de Nemour Company MH In an I other one, drives by Joe Bert
Albrigt Marl Basher. Betty tent. Cage of wild animals will !address here'* land night I II Knox, had been having motor
THE WEATHER Browd; J,. hInt Cash Jeanette arrive Friday"night prior to the I Speaking unde the auspice of I trouble, and Fink had lowed his
Cox Vera'D.tt, dint tingle, Marilyn opening oif Saturday. the Redland District Chamber of truck down almost to stop to
f' nJ I -MIT0.n t knot MarjorieFotHe? Char 'Horticulture exhibit will I be ao Commerce to w largf group of bull- wait for Knox tar latchu With
M. 14.. _- ...1 I 10 I 4. ID 8q03 lane 0era 1ma., Rachael Gunmen.Alma extensive that Jt W just possible need men and farmer in Neva him when a car darted front behind
!, ,, 74 4 'Unonva.-BettyJape that in sent* >way tXMt convenience ;Km* Cooper School auditorium and swung aero the road In
i MI0""'. _-i I 'II M 34liOss1traee I MeyMni.; Phyllis*arman, Yvoan* may. have W b* added to IWI'. tfvUJWrf toM his audience front Two men'leaped'out ,whets
. M.' 1 JTtJ 1 43 | .H| Pollard Jamie Richard. MoctySever accommodate them 'that the Man of agriculture lies another stayed in the driver' gist"
Ii 1..., 71 I 41 |Sd.Ot! / Jewel Turner and France "Meeting of the** participating in research ta" develop ne\ Crop,1 and a* the other truck pulled upI
14" JVb. 19-. __ -J 'II t M l 130.131 Walker. (Continued on Page Four) 1 Continued M rag Fovr J i Continued on Page Twelve) .



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REVENUE MAN TO Play, Baby Show and Dance Revue -

A Litlls Bird '
ToBeStagedFeb.26-27byJuniorClub I '
BE HERE FEB. 24 t LI '

I A three act musical corned- ):MrCluoK. Bobble .Brown and Told Us
TO GIVE TAX AIDFor |1-Tantalizing TUlle", sponsored by ,Gladys Ann Harris. .
I the Junior Wonun't Club of Homestead Mrs. Dexter Home portray
will be presented next Wednesday mile and J. T. Godwin Is Charlie.
the convenience of those and Thursday evenings at with Lester Archer as Dan and THAT a regular Thursday caller at the office of be local J, p
who are required by law to file \:8: o'clock in the Neva King Cooper Fred Fuchs as Jimmy, pal of wonders If Thursday Is his honor's special day to get kissed by
federal Income tax returns a deputy I School auditorium. .{i Charlie. Mr. and Mrs. Augustus' pretty women or whether It happens as regularly on the five .
will be ar the city hall In Homestead -'Mist Marjran Chadwick whose I Ii i'I Sm1the; Olin Wright, Mr Bradley I . . .
next Monday Feb. 24, from 9 i dancing clause In Homestead are Mrs. Edwin McGarrah, Amanda, THAT a certain preacher who serves between Tint and Second
o'clock till 5 to assist taxpayers In sponsored by the junior club, will ,,I|:Constabule Corntassle. W. W. AI- avenues and Third and Fourth streets, Northwest, U about to
preparing their return precede the play each night Dan-1 I lan; Mrs Corntasste, Mrs Burley become extremely popular with come young ladles, not long out
No charge will be made for this cen will include Mary Lou Muuel- Dendy; Doris Mrs. Herbert Tur-!I of swaddling clothes, whom he Insist should sit In the Old maW
service. The matter of filing Income -,white, Marilyn Bethea, Dorothy !!ner; Betty, Miss Pearl Whitaker; pew. .
tax return should be given''Turner, Joyce Ennls, Brian Wynn,,;,:Mary, Mrs. L. T.Proctor;Sue, Mrs: - ------
Immediate attention In order to"Minnie' Bell Wood on. Julia Ann Clifton DeBerry: Kate, Mrs. F. B Chicago Man Purchases I into It. The sale .was made
avoid penalty and Interest, the collectors Lee and Emma Jane Rives. i Greene; gangster and cameraman.Bruee I I through Mrs. Eleanor Frotcher of
state.Every A contest to determine the most : Ennls; Jake and bus driver, Home in Silver Palm,.Florida City.Another .

person Is required to files I popular baby from 2 to yean of I I II Ted Oldendorf. J Theodore Charles EichenbaumJ!.I recent deal handled by
return It hit cross income I 11:I age In the Redland District la being j Members of the choruses are: I retired commission merchant ol Mrs"Froscher was the sale of the '
WOO or over and he i* single (or I held and the winner will 1 be announced -I'Mrs. T J. Walker, Mrs. Olin Chicago, recently bought the E. ,:James E, Sheehan place on Avocado -
married and not living with husband Thursday night. Entered'In '1 Wright, Mrs. Herman Thomas, I F. Fair home on Silver Palm drive, |I drive, near Tennessee road,
or wife), or It he 1s married, the contest, of which Mrs. Vlr- !Mn. Anne Barrow, Miss Mortens 1 near Newton road, and has moved :I to Fred Lucas, a former resident
and living with husband or wife glnla Walton is chairman, are 'Boyd director of the play, Miss,
and- his gross income la 12,000 or I Herble Turner, Pat McGarrah, Bob 1 Kathleen Freeman Miss Charlotte :'
over 'Huff Henry Olsen Jackie Cave,,Geronimo, Miss Wave Horton and i
;The return for the calendar year Sherry Lou Home, ROM Marie Miss Frances Lamb. I Ii
1940 must be filed not later than Phone 15 Free Delivery
March II with the collector of Internal -
revenue, i R ctor.to Preach Lenton Sermons .

A penalty of not more than On' New China"
i "Democracy's Ally
110,000 or imprisonment for not HOMESTEADGROCERY
more,than one year, or both, b imposed I I : "
by statute for willful failure I I i 1 "Drm Cr c;"*'?New Ally, China' during Lent I;
to make return on time, and, In addition I war be' the theme of'.. series of I Holy communion will be givenat
S to 25 per cent of the I'sermons which the Rev. R. F 10 a. m. on Ash Wednesday,'
amount of the tax.IULS.WITH5WINS. I Blackford rector of St. John' Feb. 26.Miss I II
I Episcopal Church, will deliver at I I Maud Cutler, rtliglou ed'ucational -' ;3
"8 o'clock on'lb.. six' Sunday evenings worker, will speak to
during Lent 1I |I teacher of the Sunday school at 8:i A
I The topic for Mar. 2 will be o'clock Sunday evening In the i Cash Specials
ROW PLAYS AT,"China's Api thesis. Japan": Mar.'I'church. She will arrive Saturday
It, "The Lure of Cathay'TMar.: 16,I j'j afternoon and will be f
'r =
I"la Foreign Imperialism In China Mr. and Mrs. A. R. ai
HOME I TONIGHT a False Alarm"?,/Mar. 23, "Do I til her departure on Tuesday.Turner's COUNTRY ROLLBUTTER

I the Chinese" Want' Christian Missions i' I, Jb. 35c
? ; Mar. 30, "Recent Chinese
The Growers of Homestead High Hutory-Secular and Sacred"; and
School will face Andrew Jackson I Apr. 6 a moving picture depictingthe Funeral Home GEORGIA

from High Miami School's tonight basketball,in the local J Japanese work of war the tone.Confirmation church. the SIno- 1 tl-HK AMBltANCB Attendant SEKVICILady I j Smoked Bacon, lb. I8c

gym after five consecutive victories instruction will be J
In which they made an average given each Wednesday at 8 o'clock Phone S84-R Homestead, Fla : BLISS
of 34 points to the game. I ,
The game with Jackson win be counted for a 28-18 victory for I II.I.. COFFEE lb. 19c:
a "home game" for the Miami II Homestead overSLPgtrlck's team
team since they have no school In the MlamV( ffn Ionday even- kJf .
gym. Season ticket will not be Ing. v' PEANUTS 3 lbs. Z3c
honored and all proceeds will Sol| -
to the Andrew Jackson High r

School Tuesday evening, the fecal team t!I LARD lb. lOc (
will clash with Fort Lauderdale!
H.IIfor the second time this season -[ = BLUE: PLATEPEANUT
The Flying L's are seeded j 1690 rAgWaW

the second coming In the eighth class district A division tournament for-I,I ,; AW4A A ,' BUTTER 2 !N jar 25cf

i For this
+ The Growers defeated I Liners, C1JTBEETS
h Leon for the third time :;year:I .
2 No.2I2
in the fecal gym Friday night with 41 Cc ft a ; cans 25c
a score of 42-30. "I ,
Pressure during the last quart'I BULK .
ter when Ballero made two field I
goal for Homestead which were I MEAL 5 Ibs. 14c:
quickly followed by a goal by Del-
linger and another by Sullivan ac-, .;


.as sew oar

savsnresm NO MATTER how ,11
' N you took at it-from POTATOES 10 Ibs. 18c
top \0 bottom'',trGna ,
I front to back.,1aUk I 1IEDLAND
o and out-thla la truly a. ..... ....... .:
II (TMt rafricenttor bargala. 1 i I

II I with. goody Irt Jara-packBd down-to ORANGES each lc:

earth value that per .
I forma perfectly during s its I AKMOUK'S TEE**

: I vice-free yean and ltnol- GRANULATED SOAP

I s.. These Big
y '"WHAT' AILS TOUT I Value Features Large pkg. 22c Y

If lion feel constantly out of'| [M at ana a ft* plus i Small pkg. Ole
orb and i If other are be-I -uw.. g.tad.esatea60 J
ginjiing to- notice and remark on :' bas these ffae-
What a... kfeMaalMi tea- 23c ''
Ill; to Chiropractic. l'
teens: !< Sealed
"W used lain Adjustment
cot? Chiropractic meets that need 'nIftaaaW voit..8tsiakIlse ." N t
!rill tend fteeesr... t
So-anany'who: have benefited by ....... c..ar.tIaII... r b'a's I
Chfcoprectic Adjustment, testify Flue'.......... GET YOUR STATEDriver's :
teats JsodUy aid. Come e Eita Cha.*.M(>laeaaelkemeanftaMlsfiM
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.Friday, February 21, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three

(every local Legionnaire and World government requires the services r
IIIiIIlllmllIlIIUlIIlIUlllmlllllllllUl1l; ; j Law Colleges ShouldHIodernizeLegal War veteran U possible. The toi of tome tort of a technician tt j
I' 11 registration I* part of the nationwide -I proved loyalty In a certain locality !- 1 < J
Years Phraseology, Says Attorney program of the American it can locate such an Individual i <)j
Ago: J'I Legion to catalog the qualifications without delay by appealing to the J I
'' that communtty. j >
land In
College and universities where I I biage it useless. Much time would talents for future possible American Legion l "
fl ifII111IIl1IIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIill:! ( law Is taught are the proper place |be saved and legal documents |1 home defense service of all ,
Legionnaires and war veteran
:In which to start modernizing the would be more easily understood
Tie .-.. rb.i. are bias. ..tr.* local profession said Bruce Bar-' If they were more plainly stated The registration..1111 to be entirelyvoluntary. READ TilE WANT-ADS f t
a.tls eras MM IN B < nothing I compulsory fI
......_ a.4all.h.e H.,. li. !'!> ,,field, Miami attorney, In a talk declared Mr. Barfield. fI
.. "a s.eri Flews Raba" &ad. I|before Redland District Lions dub The music department of Homestead about It. I
Ot IT. It'lo with eke 1196. I the direction The registration will provide
sat Tuesday night Mr. Barfield 1* a High School under -
Mill,,, local posts everywhere their de- I '
son of Mr. and Mr*. Bob Barfield of Mr* Margaret
Feb. IT, orchestra which played -, part headquarters and national
of Perrino.Pointing provided an 1
uud'C third Chautau- of the American NEWT. G. BALL
; :: I out that lawyer generally several numbers. Members 01 headquarter
n to an | are conservatives and therefore the orchestra were Chas. Steffanl(,Legion with complete Indexes of thequalifications
nouncement. The weather was favorable education NOTA1T rCBLIC i :
I cling to archaic and meaningless David Barnes, Grietje) Terburg," experience = 1f 1
but owing to the presence phrase In the practice of Robert Spear, Don Done, Hubert II| and special training of every ,
of counter attractions, the patronage member, and war veterans in
their profession, Mr. Barfield Smith Paul' Rue, Hilda Dodsor i i
had to be divided at the beginning (told the Lions that laymen would and Libby Jane Buck. general. These indexes constitutea Fire Insurance and :
I vast pool of American Legion resources -
"A 'Committee of One Hun have to Institute method measure In the to in manpower and potential Kindred Lines : I
dred' has been formed to Insure I change existing LOCAL LEGION i iII
teaching of law. He gave numerous abilities that will enable the government I :
the success of the Chautauqua for
example to Illustrate his point to draw upon it for national -
the ensuing year. Not only have N. !Krone Al'I.I X
and to show how much legal ver-
SET! TO REGISTER defense accordingto
they this matter In mind, but It Is purposes J
their purpose to give their attention its needs. For' Instance if the

tend to toward other the civic betterment affair that of will our I BELGIAN'CONGOMISSIONARIES VETS 'TOMORROWTomorrow I UTTER BE Ql'ItK a

town and country . Occasional I 1 Unusual Home Bargablswe
meetln,..will be held at the call
; AT which I* W.shlnton' ,-I are listing now will sell
of the president, W. M. Bradley quickly-they are that char-
hat beer _t . ," I birthday 'Ht.4 ES acter of "bargains"! Exactly
HERE local registration of members -- In size, In location
"Lamar Dickinson and Mary INSTITUTE i.j( the properties. .,
of the American Legion and otherWorlll In character for t'
Ferrell of Homestead, war* quietly
I- -L"! War veterans for national homeseekersare
which modern
married on February Sin,at Mo-'
defense and questionnaire looking. The prices and \
dello. will to live In speakers purposes ,
They continue The main In a missionary -
i headquarters such that wo
sent by the term are
Homestead. institute to be held next Thursday -
of the Legion are In KNOW they'll sell soon.
"Sam McKinstry has purchased night at 7:45: U the Homestead Mo
readiness at John G. Sulley EDWARD STILING
the old Norton property on Center Methodist Church will be Dr. and
No. 43 of Homestead.
street from J.L. Class. This prop Mrs. W. C. Reid missionaries of Post Commander Sheffield announced Alftt fw REALTOR A__. Alii....
s erty has about the finest lawn in long service In the Belgian Congo that all arrangement rs..ua clip .ear. Ie.'. Frew:
Homestead and chow what a per- Central Africa, who are home on
to register
have been completed
t son can do there-In case he wants furlough and are touring Florida* .

Mother Foy Hobbs Methodist Presiding center will be, the Rev. Dave< I...................... ..............i...: J

And Mrs. A. 0. Cain Dies Cathcart, pastor of the Allapatah

Mrs. Sallie Lavonia Hobbs, mother will Methodist make Church a brief of talk Miami also. who Do have !
i to
of Toy Hobbs and Mr*. A. O. be you ,
Cain of Homestead, died Wednesday Large deleaatlon.'wlU present -
In Blakely Ga.. at the home from Perrlne Princeton
cf a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Palm Redland and Florida City,, "
and Mrs. W. O. Bryant, formerresidents said the Rev. J.J. Richards, pastor i IN" \!
Homestead' 'TOCK'YOUR
'of Homestead, with of the Methodist CAR
whom she made her home. Church, and representation Is expected .
also from Islamorada,Plan- .
Mrs. Hobbs, who had visited In
winter until two tation Key Tavernier and Rock -
Homestead every
years ajgo; was 88 years old. Sur Harbor churches. : .-- - .I at night ? \
vivor1 In addition to'those men- A cordial welcome Is"tictendedto ..
' tioned Include another ton, J. A. the public to attend the missionary :
Hobbs of Broniwood, Ga, and a Institute, at which no collection .
\ grandson, Fletcher Bryant of will be ,taken;.Mr. Richards ti ;
Homestead. said. \ ;

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OnOuA. 0 Not It If' On of those Four Now Addition to the 0
Automobile :
BUICK SMCIAt jlni that Compact

: Bigness Into fewer Bumpor-to-Bwrnpor Inches .

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I' of late the modern'a tomo- 'elghi-inder' their bonnet /
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HERB. ha been living a pretty 0
of compacting
But by the simple step
Even families with incomes under $2,000 are food imitation of a man getting up in all this ability, goodness and value one

,able to build homes these days. And not just the morning. a 118-inch wheelbase, we've trimmed 0

I ? "small" homes. You can build a modern home i It has stretched and *.t-r..- -h-e-d inches off the over-all lenfth-anddollar :

until today 'OIIalmOit have.to have off the cost.
) :
I -=and pay for it out of your income, on the 0 of aize '
shoehorn to get a ear any
a We're passing those dollar savings on
I FHA Plan. tucked away In the family ,.ra,.. to you, which make three) reason fort I
going to see these honey now You ll
I The down payment is usually covered by the (! We thought something ought to be to for their abil 0e

I = building lot. And you pay the balance- just e dona about that. sty-ypur wile IUICK PRICIBIOIN .
ATe 0
like rent But come in and we'll give you the e So today in Buick dealer showroom*, will .
I in to fit home you'll tee four new model, addition size and easy
i story figures. Figures your handling and 915
r to the 1941 Buick SFFOAL line.
; = and your budget. e both will (tend up a

They are typical Buick on every and'cheer for theeasilyreachable for the

; t No obligation at all on your part. Even i count_teJy, tireless traveler with ...*.....*CvMJitivmJ 0

i t though you're not ready to build, the FHA 0 a big 115-hp. Buick FWEBALL stnifho price.. it.Flail,
yla ctrl amt

I Plan is something. you should' know' about-- :r;" ==, I

'We11.be glad to explain it! '' trt. Print s,,AjwfIt .
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lt LIBRARY FACTS ellyn.member For Him"-\c'oa; ; "A*Zinner.l JU-J 1 CURRENT Lights and Shade]

.1 to, &lie ......,Dad Pstbll.hf" .. c__. The Booksellers' discovery "Who I By Robert Kyk Base. .kGtr. '

B>tm4 M runes tl_ Mil mlwrtUn AND FANCIESBy Walks Alone" by Perry Burgess. COMMENT 1- "-.J

IS HIS M ,... et.t afro atrlawrt.af. ...... Will he eW to MOW.. ....:i
riorUo, tulle ... ..! """ MM. I, t, GAUZCN8UBRAKT 07 AGNEW WELSH =auto fr.n his m km '

M.... S. 111. "................ ................ ..".......... The Book-of-the-Month Club report P.M r a Mid =:r.u J"1* a** *?*
I .11 AM..ah other, U>M MM H yat
( the demand tea' r O BOB oa, HumiUMl. FU.
BEN ARCHER Pmkbut I IMAJUOItIB mad Soliuw HOURS that among ..
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rAlues broker IF" .r.e
: UACI ARCBVR_......_. :Monday Wednesday Thursday member tot Jan Valiiif "Out of t w his 'Too"Noat... whounr i A MAN A SPRING AND A PIG
__._._........-" and Tn.ae.rSUBSCRIPTION the Night" may equal the lil\lfe' 4Ioor be r au.rat. at --
3-0 p. m.Tawaday. reached fey Hemingway' "far -.......No. to aetal.a.AMW WW 6&00>. (41 a-n..e.t.}C. I, A pian once had a spring
ml ..
RATES fritter. I6 a. mUardar. Whom the Bell Tolls" of which Ue It* at* MlM l rta. gave forth a supply of coot,.r.*.
I. 0..10 .: ._. II." I.U..I M IL M I
Oa.4.; II Dad.Audubon. c...,,__._: ..__. II..., ,., ... .. subscribers took more thaa 200,000 The difference of opinion on Bill ,freshing water.Neighbors .
i copies 1778 (teue-lend) or the tiloutaid came a great fJaiI

Books recently acquired by your . to Great BrItain. li not one (It I lance to drink of the water a4

: Victory local library are: "This Side of Nevll Shute the British naval politic but of policy. The Preil- ,the mast II\8Iia..Jn8IIT friend lien

1 Glory by Gwen Brlstow. "Not engineer whose "Ordeal" took him dent' bitterest opponent If Senator cause of the spring

1 A Joint declaration of policy and for the Meek" by Elizabeth D and us through much of what England Wheeler Democrat. of MIs- I The spring bubbled It* way artsa
providing for the permanent little stream that winded
I through
t Kaup; "Random H.rv.17 I* now suffering almost I ourL
cessation of traffic in any the man's pasture.
James Hilton; The Wave of theFuture" before the German bombers I i.
wild bird plumage for any PUJ'POM'j and I by Anne Morrow Lindbergh year started coming over writes that Sometime an unaeen handwrites I The tender root of flowers aw) .
whatever, including millinery shrub and ferns pressed into
; "The Blihop's Crime" by he now I* living "quietly" in Len,- the of history &lit
made Bcros pages
has been public
: decorative
I moist earth along the banks of lilt
H. C. Bailey "Medical Center" by
by the National Audubon Society ; stone Place after being bombed out lust now. pestilence If not famine
Faith Baldwin; "Partners", of his Dover street residence in stream. "
I lOOt Fifth avenue. New mar change Europe' destiny And the flower and shrub ana* f
Grace Livingston Hill; "Laat Train !I
London. Higher death rate are already
Industriesof prevailing
the Feather
York, and
'I Out" by E. Phillips Oppenheim; In several war-infested ferns grew and breathed color and
America. Inc. "My Name la Aram" by William fragrance Into the pasture.

The statement, which has been Saroyan; "The White Cliffs" by Pocket Books Issued a report !, countries The man found a pig and be

signed by officials of both groups,!I Alice Duer Miller "Invitation to that sixteen ships of the United I put the pig Into the pasture. I
after consultation with officers of States Navy were recently stocked' Soon the pig had trampled th
'Live" by Lloyd C Douglas; "Mr. I
A United Press analyst the
the New York department of con;i and Mrs. Cucal" by Isabel Scott with the firm' reprint ttfle\ A ,! danger from Germany says it flowers, and all the growing thina,
servation and law calls for a cooperative I I Ir I Rorick. check show the men seem to like along the stream that was fed by '
,. program, believed to bell 1 1t' I classics and mysteries equally:I not an Invasion but a building up the aprlng '

In the best Interests of conserva I I I I I well. with Latin America trade relations Th man' friends stopped visit .
According to the Writers Journal that will disastrous to
t' lion Including joint advocacy of:: prove us ins the spring because the odour ot
and comprehensive there are WO.OOO writers In the Then pen was once mightier than 1
more stringent | "Seven Were Brave" by Francis I the pig and its wallow was so unpleasant
legislation by the national and all I II United State About 200000 of: the sword but today the dollar out.
Seeding will be published sometime -

I forty-eight Representatives state governments.and members 011 j{I I:::rw'aI.h"d: another material; practically published:j this month. It Is an open secret I rank them both.I .. Th spring became mailer, and. i

that the name of Francis smaller 'I
I, 100.90 sell and
regularly possibly
the feather Industry signing the,'39,WO make a living from writing.! Seeding hides two men formerlyon I Florida has for yean teen tryIng One morning when the man's .'
declaration of policy declare that the staff of the League of tla.I .I to get cows off the highways child 'was ill and needed much

they believe they collectively con lions and now high In the British I by legislation with little success fresh water, the man went out to

stitute at least ninety! per cent of The American Booksellers Association *service. In their latter story they i Now A. H. Andrews, the bachelor I his spring, and he found It... '

all the manufacturers, dealer and have made their choice ibM.* made Lie of inside Informa- !editor of the American Eagle (Es- choked by the pig And the stagnant )

I jobbers la wild bird plumage lathe IIbe favorite books for IMA I'tioa drawn from official swam Jtero) is going to laugh them oft water was covered by a greea! .' J
United State end control .
own These men and women who have Land present under thin disguise I with his new lodge, the Order of, scum i

and possess at least ninety jt |110 live with books throughout the many important figure In the I the Sacred Cow. Its motto if "Do -Now, this story has nothing !

f per cent of all current inventoriesof year, talking and thinking about European scene. The novel Is dedicated J unto udders a* you would that they! to as> with minds, or mental -vul y

such wild bird plumage. i them until the public forgaf eel to Winston Churchill: l with do to you." He has a tall hold here garities. It is only a story of a '

t According to the provision of I!qualified'If t* voice their opinions;this per> lssiaat. Novels fa the library land it almost pales one to bolD man and a spring and a pig '
of the
the statement
since all the other organizations so by "this". author are: "Too[in on the story for It., a bully one. .
feather Industry upon compliance j! Interested have done so Their I League of Discontent" and "Death but Til take the plunge If It lakes
7l& another kind of
New York. Hero story-
f with new legislation in choice for fiction la: "How Green Walk m Eastrepps"a (the hide off. '
\ would be permitted! for a period of!'I the story of the sweet, pUN laughter .

{\ six years, to dispose or certain portions of a baby. Did you ever hear
of their present Inventories of:FARM OF-FimiRE awn of Industries, effected" stead by J.H.Causey of West Palm It. I mean really hear It? It you

I wild bird plumage, with the understanding !, changes In millions of Jobs al.I .- Beach assistant Seaboard agricultural have I am sure you will ague

: that no additions are to ;. 14191 i I tered our food, clothing and home, agent, and introduced by A.. that there i Ia nothing more beautl

transformed our daily habits, given R. Livingston, secretary of the ful than
i ,be made to the aggregate Inventories (Continued Trom Vage (One) j baby's laughter.!
: of the Industry. a new concept to medical research, Redland District Chamber of Com
; and to find new Industrial use torold LITTLE JANE 1 l
and established
.' The member of the feather IndiMtry the United State merce.
l' T7
crops' 1. la the forefront of scientific ad-
to file with the New '
agree He exhibited of Hear the bab,* laughter, i
1 samples a ,
fortified it aIMS
against war,
York state conservation department Wholesome childish !
Dumber of articles of industry saved bl.Ulanlia WHIRLWIND glee
within month from the money.
one ,manufactured from agriculturalproducts Can't you' eee the fairies
date of Feb. 6, 1641. and a* of and stated that the|roar"Industry alert seto agricultural Dancing merrily
certified inventories eager to agricultural (Continued From Page One) .' ,
that date complete Look little closer,
I Brightest future Agriculture ban a )
prsttucta, and looking ever more in the establishment of community
of all wild bird plumageowned
ever known lie* In the development Really, cant you see?
controlled uecI .to the faros as a source of needed booth will be held at night in the
I or poe by : of "Industrial
crops" through 1\
jraw materials to traaatorm into festival building
during the latter
them. These inventories are to be '
\ ,research. Hear the I>>a\l) laughter ,
audited and additionally certified: 'manufactured (OIIdL It has been part of this ,week and the first
An of Innocent and clear
engineering graduate
,definitely established that celhnloee part of next. '
by certified public accountant.< Washington_ University Mr.Livingston All the hosts ot heaven t
\ which make up the bulk .! "The Evaaa Flag and Decoration
and to be filed with the Mew
are stated that research ID Seem to be so near.
York Mat conservation depart-!It. I aD plants la a raw material that Company. Terre-Haute, Indiana,
t needed U find sow tuea fur eur Bands of singing seraphs
rank with the basic
metals In Im- how have their representative
t. ment. j i I present farm crops, and to develop on Listen, cant you hear
From .
I Immediately after the signing of, ,parlance It are mode all paper the ground and win soon begin
which be used directly .,
new crop can all rayon, a family of plastics decorating the ';
building and streets.Road .,
the declaration of policy the members -|
I by the factories of our coun- Hear the baby's laughter.
that I
being put literally to thousands sign and road banners will
of the feather Industry agree' See the sparkling eyesl
i i 1 try.: of uses, huge quantities of all be set in place by
to deliver to the, New York elate I I "Chemical Industry a notably Wednesday: Think, for Just a moment!
building boards for
cement the February ZI.
J conservation department their oil.-;:successful pioneer in producing I You mutt realize
leather endless
Industry and an "Probably the most
t tire inventories of plumage of the better things for better living, Interesting You've In trust a treasure
Hat of other goods. Most of these booth
in the festival
1 I will be the
bald eagle, golden eagle, egret, bird I
spends from 2%) to 4%) of Its annual uses of cellulose Heaven's dearest prize
: are developments merchants and produce dealers'booth.
; of paradise and heron. On the p.as-
: sales on research, while agrl1 -
i of our own lifetimes New ones are The design is
New 1' being drawn
age of new legislation In culture Is It that there
spend only % to H of 1* Why are so many
Constantly being added. There are by Henry Reely of Redland
;; York, the conservation department I] of the value of Its product on research who i and people on the "why" side of a discussion *
men envision the time when
construction will be
by local
would either destroy the plumage' car.
he sUtedA ? I* It because the.'be-
i Cellulose for industrial purpose penters. This booth I I. 30 feet
or distribute It to educational in- long
an example of what ha been I cause" side requires some mental h
will be
a* Important to the farmer and 10 feet wide. and will com
.Utut for of exhibit.
purpose effort
accomplished by research In other J.:
I all his food
a* crops. mand attention of citizen
Th.l National Audubon Society every <<
field, Mr. Livingston cited coal.
1 Technically I land visitor to our building "NNNNNNNNNMNNNNMx11+M.NN/NNNNaaM1.Na f
and the member of the feather Industry "At the beginning of the century even now, it *
f 1 possible to build house from + "Remember, this Is Fruit ,
according to their point, your
,t I:virtually all coal was used in Its
Children in CourtBy
t + declaration of policy and program, natural state, and It was regarded straw, to fashion clothes 'fromgrass {Festival. It is your duty to cow

will advocate and support they I valuable only sis a fuel," he said, cad make paper from earn- ,operate In every way to bring Judge Malcolm llatfieldNNNNNNN"NNNN.NNNNM.NNN.

: passage of federal, state territorial] Today chemical conversion account stalk It I* possible but not yet about a successful conclusion of _

and district legislation providing. for economically feasible. The cost h every detail about It. The manager ....W NNN..NMILXAMPLES
151 to 20% of the con. '
too high. Wood cellulose la will appreciate creditable .
for t complete ban on all traffic: cheaper. any
gumption of coal and the production SET BY POLICE:
But let agriculture bridge that suggestions, and If have
In wild bird plumage whether: gap you
la growing For Instance one A police officer who accosted a
of cost, and It will command the .fruit, flowers, vegetables or
coming from within w without the any
,i.chemical plant alone consume a youthful automobile driver In pub- '
United State or state, territoryor whole, already enormous, ever expanding other Interesting material I win (
any million ton of coal a year In the lic and asked "why In blankety +
industrial cellulose market appreciate your bringing it to
district The adoption of unIform -
making of more than lOG product* blank dldnt you stop when the

state law In all .forty-eight These include antifreeze, fertilizer , : building"Too I signal light flashed," evidently did I,.

state veil be Jointly urged following plastic, refrigerant, and ,0<1.1 1 have suggested that"we tats not realize that a boy cnnobe k x

passage In New Uork. vents. This significant change has a new view of agriculture; thai Much! : expected to uphold law and order

At the end of the lix-year perl-,come about through chemical re. we concentrate our attention on The little English refugee arrived until learns.to, respect those who + '

od the declaration make II clear,,search. i what la right with It. Doing that late one afternoon and joy enforce them. A vulgar lecture of

all possessors *t wild bird plumage "America ha more than 42,DM. we see this oldest of industries un .fully settled down In his new this type doea more harm than

will be required to deliver tot,, Industrial research scientist, and dergoing, a sweeping transition" American home. The next morning 1 good; the offender Is usually awareof

the appropriate state agencies .for a chemical Industry that, measured Mr.. Livingston concluded. be was given bb bath and his error, but he resent being ",

destruction all wild bird plumage, either by ton or dollars, produces I .Mr Livingston' visit to Homestead 'took It with an air of i appropriatenes. made to appear ridiculous to pub- ,.

" of every description remaining:more good than the aggregate was arranged by J. K, Ucj The second morning he :lie. This type of public official hal

their poI Ie8Ilon, other than that int,]chemical Industries of Oermaay,j i Bride gaaaral agricultural agent.:viewed the bath a bit questioning.ly an exaggerated opinion of his. Importance -

actual use for personal adornment); England. France Raaala Italy Md at the Seaboard Air LIne Railway but said nothing The third and I* attempting to' attract

at that time {Japan. I* an Industry that t* attn,'wise has alee arranged tor him to, rooming he said "I say, Fm not a attention to his authority. '4

The declaration: of policy marks In the youth of Ito achievement, 'lecture before groups of students I II I ibloornrg I duck you know.-Ex, Visitors to our large metropolitan ><,,

unusually satisfactory conclusion'of according to the beat scientific I farmers"and business men at a area are greatly Impressed by the) h

negotiation between represent,'opinion. 1 I I number of other Important center I "Are these the largest oranges spirit of friendly ee-operatlon that ) ,

atlvc of the National Audubon'I' More than"200,000 compound, :In the Southeast, for the purpose You have?" asked Mrs. Brown, ot exist between police officer who

Society and the Feather Industries ,wholly new t* mart, have emerged i j i i of developing loser relations between the fruiterer. "Oh, no, ma'am" direct traffic, and children who ;

of America, Inc., following a yearlong ;I from the laboratory m less than a, Industry and agriculture and,was the reply, "!lase are erdy the eras the street Only officer who rr

Investigation of the sari of ,quarter of a century! The utlllaa-1 j(to demonstrate the possibilities In. large arm We also have the' have a sympathetic understandingof

wlid bird plumage In the United I Uon of only a few hundred of those J,farm crops a* raw material source*l)larger .mammoth, giant jumbo children and are Interested

'State; *M de by salsssnt.livea oIl tome puds ha eevaluHanlaei Use! rttofacterUeextthaaaits**. j culoual and super-coloMal slaeMontreal *." their welfare are selected for thisOF.
i ,tltd ttclety: II methods and product ot more thV 1 Be wu accompanied to Home-.'- Star. 1 Important work. '

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E. W.'Vmoe and W.... Lee of Luke Mr. W4 )(,...Ray GeodinaY"'Mr: Ordination of Deacons -'
Bruft, Hj Ooodlnf was In Florida City. twenty

In and Around I j Mr. and Mra._C. N. Unshed I II . yean. .ago. Set by PresbyteriansOrdination

moved this week to Mrs. J. Milton I Mr. and Mra. J. H. Cole and Mr. and Installation of
Leich't residence on Palm avenue. and Mn. Joe WoUenschlager and two deacons, Chas. L. Ooley and
:1 daughter, Joanne, of Pittsburgh, I H. L. Cowman, will take place
Mra. James I. style and daughter at the 11 o'clock service In the
Homestead Pa. are guests Of Mr. and Mn.I
Miss Patty Mr. and Mrt. Warren ,
Homestead Presbyterian Church
{i Rudolph Mattson. Mn. Cole I.'I It
Savatt and Mr. and Mri. Wilson 'Sunday
Mn. Mattaon't aunt.
\ Edwards were week-end guests At this service the new pulpit

of Mn. B. H. Edwards. 'I Mr. and Mrt. Spurgeon Davit I Bible, a gin of the Hyde Park
Mn. John Fryt ml her grandfather and Mra. Alton Horn. Misses Helen .I I The Woman's Society of Christ.! left Saturday for Nlota, Tenn. Presbyterian Church of Tampa,
Wm. Parman, both of To- Mildred and Margaret Field lan Service will serve a chicken will be dedicated and used for the
ledo, arrived Wednesday to visit I and Helen and Gary Home spent'(supper Friday Feb. 21. la the,, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Richardsonof first time. Other lifts to be used
Mrs. Fry*'*.parents end Mr. Par- Sunday with Mr. and Mra. Earl Community Church Sunday school Worcester, Mass, visited relatives for the first time are white and
I plan's ton and daughter-in-law Field, son and daughtcr-ln-law of room. here recently. gold Bible markers presented by
I :Mr. rod Un. C. J. Parman. Mrt.JTrye Mr. and Mra. Field, in Hlalean.' Mn. Jean ROM MacVean, a member -
ii the former Miss. Jean Mr. and 1In. S. E. Varner of I Mrt. *. I. Shields received word of the church, and by Mra.
Parraaa* Mr. and Mra. W. E. Rbeney hadas 'I Miami were Sunday guests at the,'last week of the death of her R. A. Sappenfield Concord N.
week-end guests Mn. Rlieney's home of Dr. and Mrt. S. S. Shields ":brother, J. T. LeMeuurier of Detroit C. who la visiting in the home of
The .... Thomas Waller of Atlanta brother-in-law and sister Dr. and the pastor, the Rev. George It
hU brother and I Mr. and Mrs. Ben Edmonson I Racks.Mr..
It visiting W. L. Shackleford of West -
Ister-ln-Uw, the Rev and Mn. Palm Beach. I'I'MI'I. and daughter of Palmetto have I Miss Inez Darin left Friday for Ooley and Mr. Cossman
J. E. Waller of Silver Palm. rented an apartment at the home'I her home In Detroit after a short were elected at a meeting of the
of Mn. I
B. H. Edwards.Mr. .
Mr. and M.... H. E. Llnnetnan ot visit here. I, congregation Sunday. Other deacons
Mr. and Mr*. A. J. Brennan of Pontiac 111. were guests of Mr. i and Mrs. Will Bowmen of I'I'i of the church are: A. F. Arthur .
Columbus, Ga., arrived Friday, to and Mrt. W. K. Hast In Silver,.Toledo, Ohio, were week-end visitors Mist Emily Busha of Buford, I Geo. M. Frlck. Dr. Carl F.
visit Mrs. Brennan'i brother-in- Palm Sunday Mr. and Mrt i' in Florida City. Ga.. arrived Monday for a one. Robinson, Vane Harris and R. Y.
law and sister, Mr. and Mn. D. P. Linneman are pending several week visit with her brother-in-I Burr.
Blake, In South Allapattab Gar- Elders of the church J. M.
weeks in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Haber- law and sister, Mr. and Mn. Paul are
dent. man and daughter of Guttenburg, Haley.Mr. .I Holferty. D. P. Blake, W. H. Owens
N. J, visited Monday at the home, and J. R Hickson.Homestead .
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wollenkantof
Mra R. A. Sappenfield of Con- -
'of Mrs. John Zeller and Mr. and '
Boston are guests for two weeks ] ana Mn. Warren Begley
cord, N. C. ii visiting this week Mrt H. Baum. 4-II BoysBy
with Mra' J. A. Rlcka and Mri. of Mr. and Mrs J. A. Rotherham and baby Nancy of Edlnburg. Jack Kemp
in Redland.Mr. Texas, arrived Monday for a visit .. ..
T. L.' Hodget. The three with
I Sunday guests at the home of! -"'----
Mra. Grace McLclIan Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. A. Robertson with Mn. Begley's slater and The 4-K Club boys opened their
the Rev. Geo. H. Ricki spent and Mri. Roy Matthews are were Mr.. and Mn. Wm. Buchan-', brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. meeting on February 18 with the
day in Key West. Mon-I' both 111 with Influenza at their non of New Castle, Pa., and Mrs.i Johnny Goss.Mr. I pledge. As the president and vice-
home. II C. McComb of Chicago. I president were absent Mr. Little
Mrs H. A. Cameron la and Mrs. Clayton H.fner', presided.Mr. .
?amet Archer Smith Hoipital receiving Mrt. J. D. Redd was returned Mr. and Mn. Stanley Roberts and family and Mr. and Mn. W.:,I Little read a letter that Noel
treatment for a broken arm have rented the Brockett cottageon B. Hoyle and family left Monday 'Strffani brought to school. Noel
James Archer
home from the
end broken hip she received In al i[ Tenth ttreet.I for Llncolnton, N. C. Stelfani read a piece out of the
Smith Sunday and it
Hospital recovering -|
fall at her home Sunday. Her I I I -- 4-H Club newt book.
from her recent attack '
daughter, Mist Virginia Cameron, of Influenza. |I I I Mlai Ella Guild of Flint Much Mr. and Mn. Emit;; Peters, Jr., Mr. Edwards talked to ut about
arrived Wednesday night from and Miss Alice-Campbell of Ypsi- and their two children who have,getting more boys for the club.
pew York City for a visit of three I lantl, Mich.,-were "Tuesday guests been visiting Mr. Peten' parental Mr. Edwards told us about tome
weeks Wilbur Free son of Mri.' J. V..at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. ,Mr. and Mn. E. Peter, Sr, will other boys that have chickens. He
free, It now stationed at Pens*- Derbyshire. I IMr. leave Saturday for Schenectady,I asked us-to- be out at the Fruit
.Mr. and Mra.Lawrenee Scott cola, where he -Is-studying 'avU. N.y. Festival-on March 8, 1MI. I
entertained af their home freuriTveaday tlon: until' today, Miss Mary daughters;'MUJrtd and

J. Hayes and Miss Margaret, Smith. ., A.: L. Jordan la now residing and Catherine Roarer ROLLER. SKATE IN COMFORT' ;
'oth of Latrobe? Pa., . hit place in South Miami.FLORIDA onl P guests of Mr.;and Mrs.Y.Wlrren"l ,
er, la Miami. hot .; Special Kales to FaxUea
Mrs B. E. Oatlln had
Mr.\ and
1 .. AFTERNOONS. to i P. M.
ai l\llllf.llait Friday Mr. and Mn. : CITYBy Mr. and M..-'It' B. Rapj left
Mark Murphy, cousins of. Mra.Galttn Mr*. W. W. Save Monday for Lewtobfirg. W. Va, after Children, 15c Adults, 25c, plus tax,

from Creston,Iowa. I a visit with their son-in-law I j EVENING, 7:30 TO 11 P. 31.
Dr. and Mrs W, L. Vercoe and j II } and daughter, Mr. and Mri. Lloyd I IDelta.
thas Brown plans to remain in 1 I,Mayor and Mrs. L. R. Becker en-,', ADMISSION, 35c, PLUS TAX
Key West for two weeks. I
tertained over the week-end: Dr.I -
and Mrs. F S. Howe of Deadwood I I Earl Goodlng of Salt Lake City, Venetian Roller Skating Rink
\ F. M. Kent of Cedar Rapids la, S. c., Dr. and Mrt. Lyle Hare end 'I,Utah, left this week for Boise, 2790 S. W. 27th Avenue Miami 'Ia.
J. Ham- ,
Is visiting Mr. and Mra F.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dickey of I Idaho, after a one-month visit j 1
mett at Royal-Palm Grove. I Spearflsh. S. D., and Dr. and Mri. 'with hit brother and tlster-ln-law,I| - - .. ---- -

NeU Peterson who has been
visiting his ton and daughter-in-
law, Mr. and Mrt. Walter Peterson GET IN. STRETCH OUT. and
of Goulds, left for his home In enjoyNEw
Oregon, Wit, Sunday.

Mrt. George Williams her COMFORT.. the keynote. A soft, shady, gliding new Ford ride a great
I daughter, Mn. Katherine Ashton, we made plant for this year's Ford. that takes good road or bad In a tatiafytag -
I and her ton, Robert Melton, all Get In,through the new wide doonl new kind of stride.And notice

of Homestead Orlando Tueaday.visited friends Mra. WUU-in I Stretch out,In room to spare I Sating the quietness of this big Ford I new ride!

f ama and her daughter are former width hat been Increased at much M7inches. There's newt at;your Ford Deal v'a

residents of Homestead.Mr. I .Knee-room inside length that's too good to mist I News in corn
I are greatest in the low-price field. fort. News in value. And news in a

and Mn. Frank Irwin entertained Then take the toad and try Itt ride! "deal" that you'll find easy to take
at their home Tuesday,
Mr. and Mn. Ralph Markwood of
Toledo, Ohio, and their two child

Mrs. Ole Peterson entertainedat
her home In Goulds Sunday
Mr*. F. J. McStay of Miami.

Mrs. L. F. Draper.of_ Boyklnt,
V. Va, and her ton, Joe Conner
left Tuesday to visit relatives In'
Miami before returning to their
jiome. They had spent several
weeks with Mr. and Mn. Geo. N.
,, ;Wakefield. '

Un. Frank Ray la confined to
tier home on Avocado drive by a
digit illness.

Mr. and Mrs. 1.. L. Field M/,

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On March first the opening'of' the-Twelfth Redland District '. ;-ucts for exhibition. See Mrs. Roy Mathews, president;. Mrs. 0.W. ::"

i: Fruit Festival will take place; .' . Calkins, chairman of Festival Exhibit J' : :.:

:: EVERYMAN; WOMAN AND CHILD SHOULD :HAVE You can, if you will, bring your fancy fruits for vegetables ..
;,;' A PART IN IT,: packed according to the premium list, and place them in the

;;,t It is your.. .Festival, it will help you to profit indirectly. It- :independent competitive booth. See Mr. Steffani,, county agent. .. ':
;: creates.an interest to prospective investors. It affords an opportunity You may win 'one of the many cash prizes. :irn n. ; :

.. ; foaoiir visitors to tour:our grove ,and farm' I larids. It is ".f' These are the most 'necessary features in connection with t'

the real) major publicity program for your Chamber of: Com= the success of this festival.

[ merce. : Following is a list of the chairmen for the various com .

/. If you are proud of your district or community then please munity exhibits: I.I I.
remember Festival Committee needs We need I \" **:t'
your : you. you to Peters . Jack Peters Homestead :' Benj. W. Morris\
I' assist your chairman, in each of the respective communities, to Goulds . . Lindgren Florida City' . City Council
arrange a booth most representative of the products grown in Naranja .' Geo. Fitzpatrick Silver Palm Mrs.\ W. K. Haas
Princeton . Mrs.\ \ Stadig Redland Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Geo. Ranson
,I'' it Will you do this? The task is a small one for a number of. Mary
South.Allapattah Gardens . W. T. Vick ....
t citizens but for Call --
;: a great one one or two. on your chairman.
l? and offer your co-operation. Will you help? We desire your interest. I want you t tof f feel! .

;i j' Remember the cash prizes offered for the most interesting that, after all, this is your Redland District Fruit Festival, and I

.!:',!. and decorative booth. if I know my friends living in this Redland District, ..I am as-

You can, if you will, bring all your: rare'horticultural prod- sured of the response. Thank you. : ,i .'

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Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE '" .' Friday February- "*tll'1941*

I . . Social Events in South Dade M : . 1


: IN HONOR OF MRS. R. A. SAPPENFIELD I I Naranji Mr. and are Mn.announcing W. B. Bailey the engagement of l .SHOWER AT HOME OF MRS. V. L. HARRIS

t, Mn. R.. A. Sappenfield of Concord -!(I field and Mist Emily Busha of 1 of their daughter, Nor- I Mn. Leo Billiard was honored -guest read the one be received. In

f N. C.. who la visiting Mn. J. Buford, Ga.Yesterday. ma Andrews, to Robert Clark Jr, I with a miscellaneous bridal shower I I a slogan contest Mrs. Harris White)

A. Rlcki and her daughter, Mn. Mrs, Hermon gave a son of Mr. and Mn. R. S. Clark given Friday evening by Mn. wu the prize winner.
luncheon party at Foulard's restaurant of Homestead. V. L. Harris and Mn. Leon Hll- Guests wrote their favorite recipes
I. T. I.. Hodges, tin been honored for Mrs Sappenfleld. liard at the Harris home. The for the bride.

a, several parties during her visit Coven were laid for: Mrs. Paul The CalendarFeb. bride is the former Mist Mamie Thirty-Jive wr t present.
nere. Haley Mrs Busha, Mrs. Ricks, ... Lee Howell who was married last
On Wednesday she was guest of I Mn. Hodges, Mn. J. M. Hol- 21-Meeting of Ad Astrs month in Everglades: City. The
i i honor at a bridge luncheon given I ferty Mrs. W. H. Owens, Mn Chapter of O. E. S. young couple are now living1 on DEMONSTRATOR USESFRL7T8
by Mrt. Gordon Dill at her home Mary Abercromble, Mrs. Dill. Mn Feb. 22-Benefit bridge party North Fleeter avenue. AND VEGETABLES
t la Porvenir. Mn. Sappenfield Harry ConweU, Mrs. A. A. Payne, la Woman's Club building at 1.30: Comic val"ntines were) a feature Miss Margaret Delaney, assistant *
k received i guest prize, and other Mn. Oo. M. nick Mn. Carl o'clock. of the showw program, and each county home demonstrationagent
prizes were won by Mn. Paul Robinson Mn. Frank Robinson, Feb. 24-Meeting of Jennie Lob. I demonstrated attractive
t Haley and Mn. Gordon Ivey. Mrs A. F. Arthur Mn. Ben Plum- dell Circle at home of Mrs. B. M. ways of using Dade County fruits
The guests were: Mn. J. A. I mer, Mn. Joel J. Robinson Mrs. Hindman.Feb. UNIVERSITY CLUB TO MEET and vegetables In salad at a meetIng -

Ricks, Mri. R. N. Hermon Mn. Grace McLellan Smith Miss Emily 24-Meeting of Chonl ClubIn AT HIVDMAN HOME of the Princeton Home Demonstration -
"'+ Hodges Mn. Bernard Feinn Mri Busha and the hostess and honor, Homestead High School music I I Mn. B. M. Hindman and Mn. Club Friday afternoon at
Ivey, Mri. Haley Mri. Sappen- guest. I room at 3:45 o'clock. I H. G. Thurman will entertain the i, the home of Mn. John Julian in

I Feb. 25-Guest day meeting ot,'University Club at the Hindman Naranja.
(, MJL AND MRS PETERSON 'and blossoms from the Domt.r.1 I Homestead Woman'a Club In club '''I'home Wednesday night. I Announcement was made that
the annual exhibit of members'work
Those who can not come are
GIVE FAREWELL PARTY 1 house at 3 o'clock
,Wallichil.Mn. .
1 Mr. and Mri Walter Peterson :R. J. Shepherd I(I Feb. 28-Meeting of UniversityClub asked to notify one of the hostesses' will be held Friday, March
recommended 14, at the home of Mn. W W.
lave a farewell at home of Mrs. B. M. Hind-
party that the ;
Pongamla tree
Bethea, president A work meetIni -
evening at their home In ',nan. I I -
I.ther.1 be used
more extensively as a for Italian article will
.,' In honor of Mr. Peterion'i shade tree well Feb. 28-Work meeting of ART CLUB GROUP ATTENDS clay
as an ornamental. be held Wednesday afternoon at
i Neli Peterson of Oregon, Wla., rwho I Princeton Home Demonstration ARTISTS' BREAKFAST I
the home of Mn. Russell Hamms.
left Monday for hit home after -1 Mn. Joel J. Robinson appointedhostesses Club at the home ot Mrs, Russell I!1 Members of the Homestead Art I Members exchanged valentines
I' pending several weeks here. for the Hamms. Club who attended the art exhibit
coming year and the hostess served
Mn. Russell Hamma was high1core I distributed membenhly cardt. The I Feb. 26, 27-Musical comedy,1''and artists' breakfast given at I land blossom pie and coffee. orange

r prize winner in 500 Pineapple Florida City Community Church It, "Tantalizing Tillie" at Homestead high noon Tuesday by the Miam.1 I Four new memben were present
upside down take and coffee j jj available she said for members :School auditorium at 8 p. m. Woman'i Club in Its clubhouse on at the meeting Mrs John Brown.
f wire served.Present who wish to entertain there. Feb. 27-Meeting of the Woman'sAuxiliary Bayshore drive were: Mrs. MaudE.
Mn. R. L. Hobson, Mn. P. S.
j I were Mr. and Mr. Roy( Mrs. Brockett assisted by her I of Homestead Presbyterian Chandler, Mn. H. A. Ekberg, Stapleton and Mn. J. W. Sapos. e
\ Wlttenwyter Mr. and Mn. L. Church Mn. Frank Webb Mn. Henry
R. daughter Mn. H. W. Lowenthal, i Others 'Were:' Mri. Ben
.; Scott, Mr. and Mn. Hamma WU.1'served assorted cookies and coffee. I Feb. 29-Meeting of Redland Ruegg and Mrs. Ben Archer. Later Bitting, Mn.present, A. W. McVicker,
i seer Jensen Mr. Peterson and the''' Home Demonstration Club. they visited the exhibition of
The next meeting, it was an- I Mrs J. L. Murray, Mrs Ole. Peterson -
host and hostess. Feb. 28-Meeting of HomesteadArt and landscape by S. A. Jal-
"nounced will be held Mar. 17 at Mrs. Walter Petenon Mrs.
'I l Club at home of Mn. Frank nel sod water colon and paintings
), ---- the home of Mrs. Ben Young, and R.' L. Scott, Mrs. Bethea Un..J4.Is .
Mn. Young and Mrs H. M. Brown, Webb. in oB .on paper by Edna: Hibet in Himmi Mill Jean
'UUD'maT (Delanef;
}, IDDS I Mar. Meeting of Homestead : .
Sr. will be hostesses. I r the art I8 lft'1. pt Miami Beach Coldren and Mrs-"Julian. '
High School Band Paresis1 Association Library
; '' Those present were: Mn. H. F. ; -
Numerous articles mad by' I t I In school music room. of the
Potter Mn. W..'!F* A. Robertson Painting by three group,
members of the local British relief Mrs Margaret-'iiUle, Mn. R' Mar. Annual meeting of Jun His Chandler Mn 'Webb.1 and EPISCOPAL LEAGUE WILL.

,'I l unit were taken to headquarters 1 Desmond, Jofn.,3..1. ) lor Woman's Club of Hoannlead. Ifnv Archer, were among theseexhibited VISIT COCONUT GROVE
: in Miami Beach last week report Mrs A. W. Jones, Mn. D. 0'1[ Mar. (-Meeting of W. M. at the Miami,Woman's I' The Young People's Service

.. I Mrs. C. W. Mangus, chairman. ]I Snow, Mrs. J. M. Dobbin, Mrs. circles.Mar.: Club. League of St. John's Episcopal

AQ who have finished garment L. Ooley, Mn. W. K. Haas, Mn.I I 11-Meeting of Good I Church will attend the evening
or- knitted articles are asked to Shepherd, Mrs. Wm. Dunlop, Mn. Luncheon Club with Mn 11'1 I Each member of the Homestead program ot.the league ot St.
bring them to Mn. Mangus on Hollister Mn. Bessie L. Williams. Stephen' Episcopal Church Sunday -
Sage, I Art Club U permitted to bring a I
at her home In Ponce de1
Friday Mar. 14-Annual exhibit Coconut Grove.
Skinner, Mn. Robinson, Mrs El- guest to the February meeting evening In
Leon or to the regular Friday !i,berta Bute, Mn. Butler Mri Princeton Home [) which will be held next Fridayat I(i The members plan to leave Homestead *
meeting from 2 30 to 4 o'clock In Club at the home ot Mrs. W. W.
Brown Mn. Young, Mn. Loewen- I the home of Mn. Frank Webb. at t o'clock.
the Woman'i Club building. I I
'thal, Mn. Robt G. Rice, Dr. Irene Bethea.
A full supply of material will
Mar. 17-Meeting of Garden
Shanklln Mrs. Henry Ruegg, Mn. '., item ur.. terti UII'' .IU
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be given out at this meeting. -=::r I I Heinlein, Mn. Calkins, Mrs Fred Club at home of Mri. H. M.
Anyone wishing to aid in the ,: Fuchs, Mn. T. L. Hodges, Mrs' Brown Sr.
work It asked to attend the meetIng i I H. O. Cronwall, Mrs. Emmet Mar. 17-Luncheon meeting of DIXIE DRUGJACK
or to apply to Mn. Mangua. II Crowson and the hostess. Homestead B. P. W. C. In Tapa-
Those who an assisting In this I : wlngo Inn at 11 o'clock. POLK'' HOWARD JOHNSON
relief work are: Mn. A. R. Livingston !' ,
Mn W. H. Sheffield Mn. !REDLAND NEXT SUPPER THURSDAY AT GROUP FROM CONNECTICUT Hesneetead, Fla. Phones I* and 1111

R. F. Blackford Mn. Ben Young Acommunity church night featuring ENJOYS PICNIC AT PARKA Spring Is not far away. It's time for us to Ve looking I ahead tour
Mn. H. J. Derbyshire, Mn. H. K. ', covered dish cafeteria group of winter residents summer busiiwss. And that means values for our customers.All .
loulk, Mn. W. K. Haas, Mn. Mar a whose homes are In Connecticutand merchandise I la freak, full quality. Naturally supplies' an
and a talk on "Where' Do
supper limited be hen tarty. Positively no sales to dealer
Walker, Mies Grace Butter- so
cus and friends
,You Live in the Community? by a few relative enjoyed -
field. Mn. Buckle Mrs. J.meal a picnic at Matheson Hammock -
i,Dr. Glenn James pastor of the
8. McCrea.,. Mn. Emmet Crow- 1,White Temple Church in Miami,I Saturday.In Itr tt IRON LIVER and
I ton. Dr. Irene Shanklln Mn. will be held next Thursday night. the group were: the Rev. and .e ,
B. Beattle Mn. W. F. H'j Mn. W. Rowell, Mr. and Mrs. '
The supper will begin at 6:30: p. BONE MARROW COMPOUND
t' Mn. Lee H. Lehman Mn. B. I A program ot special music la David Snow, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph'Desmond
Catlln. Mn. Ralph Edwards, Mn. Mn. H. J.
'being arranged The congregationof Mr. and 1 tonic will long ea
.,, Getting the right go a wayt>
O. Calkins Mn. Oscar Clon-
: ,. the Florida City Community Mn. Emma Rice Mrs. r toward regaining your pep. Here la a VI
: I! Sager and Mn. Bud Nelson. ,Church which la served Jointly I ', Mrs. H. ,. Potter. scientifically compounded: tonic that hat l..
with the Redland Community; rCkett.J. Shepherd Mn. Harold achieved emoting results. It It especiallyeffective
: : Mn. Margaret Kennedy in cases of simple anemia. InOz..
GARDEN CLUB TO MEET I Church by the same pastor the) '
.f DURING SUMMER MONTHSThe Rev. W. E. Rowell, la expected, to Mn. Charles Clinton, Fred creases appetite. SIZE
South Dade Garden Club [attend and every family in Red-',Brockett, Frank Snow Fred J IIII motucr
.;; ,voted Monday to continue IUI land U invited, It wa announced.(Parlln. Diana Archie and Dicky
.. : meetings this year throughout..UI.'j I Each family will bring food, plates 11 Clinton and Bobby Lowenthal. I

,summer instead of disbanding from and silverware I Punt&t ittSptJaf&ASPIRIN '

: ; i spring till fall as In former yean. 6 CHERROSOTE

.The meeting was held at the home BENEFIT: BRIDGE PARTY Quick acting
of Mrs. H. J. Brockett In Florida TO BE GIVEN FOR SCHOOLA Ifi and always the Pleasant to take
palatable tough
j dessert bridge party for the same depend
City.Mrs. will
Annie, R. Butler w.; able quality. I syrup that give
InM benefit of the library of the third relief far stubborn
the absence ot the president,I grade class. of Neva King Cooper sOTTlfOF coughs due to colds.I .
-'Mrs. Roy Matthews. i School of which Mn. Lonnie L. 7- 49 100
Mn. 0. W. Calkins chairman .
Hood la teacher will be given tomorrow er 75
r I 'of the club's exhibit at the Fruit at 1:30 o'clock la the a ?Ana mew

Festival, told her committee's Woman' Club building. i
''plans, for the display. Mrs. W. K..Haai. Mr*. Stanley Wlttkop, Mrs. J.L. .,; .
chairman of the cut flowers Burton and Mrs..Luther Strict- Sifque SHAMPOO Mechanical type laxative

r 'exhibit asked that flowers be land. room mothers, are la charge Purctest MINERAL
brought In early ...ouah' to 'be of the ,*", lasting WlIb waves ewjulslle, Cle four hair the
'classified ad imaged properly nods real cleansing ..f811q.
briess thod 01 Lr
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She kpoks abet' of the value of Mrs. D. P. Blake entertained at safe comJortabUI removetdirt.n'ikM, Try this relief Bonhabittormlng -

,having a. container of. the proper dinner at her home Friday evening JUkJor .....Leaves bell for constipation.
ese, shape and color. Mrs Carl F. Robinson, Mn. soft Tasteless odorless.
Mn N. O. Ball, wild flower Vane Harris, Mn. Ceo M. Frick EconornQ

identification chairman, classified and Mn. A. J. Brennan of Columbus d 39' rUUflNT
native flowering plant a* belonging Oa.Or. W eaw3a 59'ICE

.4 to the Aacleplas.: or milkweed Aloe r.

family. Other plant shown 01 ........-
and Identified were the Anona P Leonard \V7 a we-
t thertmoyaV of the cuatard apple GLASSESm ALICE'SDEAUTYPARLOR! CREAM MADE FRESH 1

family which bean green fruits I ......... .. I,. a._..... I DAILY IN OUR STORE,
i that weigh from two to four pounds I Is.9W...... eI 11-1 akCwr ......
..acb.'JdrI.. m M. a. rins as an .... A" awns O- M,o.weraei

Herman Helnlein displayed ..... camenewd AIr two* i Flare SM-W J '..t: ''II! '11111 : \ '
s. ,S new vartsty of, the Betoperone .... ,

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Fridav. February 21, 11141 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Nine


I GIVEN SURPRISE PROGRESSIVE DINNER, VAUl1T.II'aTl'Mrs. Augustus Wynn gave a valentine -

party for bar eon, Brian
[ Events ]I I A progressive diviner for snasn. Red, whit, and blue candles '11I'o'' at their horn on If.' W. First street

bert of the Junior Woman's Clubof nished light The club house waidevonteu Thursday afternoon of last week. '

Homestead was given Monday with red, white and,blue I A pink and freed voice scheme \

,evening by Mrs. Virginia WaMoa.I crape paper to carry out the bate was used an the decareUoaa. Hats
Mrs. Clifton DtBerry and Miss ''otic motif. and punching balloons were. given

P. T. A. ORIGIN AND WORK ,ARE REVIEWED \I Geraldine Reitz. The members Aid Mrs. Harold Oxford was prta as favors. Mn. Wynn was assisted .

AT HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION not know until they arrived at the winner in making the matt ward by Mrs. C. R Lee.
MEETING home of Miss RelU that the dinner from George Washington;Miss Ellen Small guests gamut were:
was to be a progressive one. Huff In a Jumbled words eon- Bruce. Jr. and Joyce li n s. Stevie
I Incident relating to Tie founding The association voted to send a Fruit Juice was served at Cook's test; Mrs. R. J. Elliott: In a chaw.Ing Edwards Rodney abodes, Pat Mc-

ot the National Congress of founden day gift of J.JO for state fruit stand; salad at the bom of gum molding contest; and Mrs. Carrels, Bobby Clark Jackie

Parent and Teachers And to the and national extension work. I Mrs.: Deanne; spaghetti at the Burtey Dendy, in finding the ascot Caves Patricia Walton, Jean Den

founding and accomplishments .f R. J. Hester sold of the highly home of Mn. Walton; end dessert hidden objects. Mrs. Augustus dy, Juanita and Ana DeBerry.

the Homestead Parent-Teacher successful visual adttatio pre- !and coffee at the Woman's Club Wynn woo the door prize. I Sally and OUn Wright Maxima

Association ware give by Mn. gram now in progress la
Ben Archer at a meeting of the schools and elementary schools i I j The long table at the home of Mrs. James L. Bird Mrs E. A.Buchanan Rose Marie McClung.

association Wednesday afternoonIn and aaid the projection room Mn. Walton was decorated with Mrs. Stanley! WiUkop,:I Others present were: Mfs. W K. '
Neva King Cooper School. changes will be completed next several bowls of white alien in Mn. R. E. Sherard..Mra. Ansel Caves. Jr. Mrs. Burley Dandy and f

The congress formed in 1897 week. Students have been trained ''which were small American flags Barrow Mn. Geo. H. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Edwin McCamh. I

by a group ef earnest women to operate the projector, lie salt I Mn. Richard Huff Mn. Herbert

beaded by Alice McLellan Principal B. M. Hindman announced TERMITE: CLUB IIASPARTY Turner Mn. Edwin McGsrrah Vernon Turner Honored
Brntr. wife of a Washington that a film will be shownat I Mn. F. B. Greene. Mrs. L. T.,
lawyer and Phoebe Ap- the March meeting of the P. T. AT EHENET HOME Proctor Mrs. Frank Bernacker: For Student LeadershipDeLand
| Members of the Termite Club I
person Hearst, wife of a California A I Mrs. Bruce Znnls Mrs. Olin
senator, succeeded from the tint The opening number of the program and their friends were entertained Wright and Miss Pearl Whitaker' Feb. 20-Vemon Turner
Friday evening a party given by of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
It met national was a of three ao"s' of son
I the and, because a group Miss Hortenae Boyd, director
1 by the girls' club. I Van Rheney at the home of her Turner of Homestead was rewarded
need to make children everywhere, glee the play "Tantalizing Tillie, o
Mr. and Mn. W. I:.
Monday for outstanding
safer, Wealthier happier. Alice Attendance prizes were won by :which the club is sponsoring was
Birney furnished the inspiration. Mn. J. H. Ri>"and's room in the Rheney. 'a guest i student leadership with membership
Various games and dancing wen In the Mystic Krewe men's
Phoebe Hurst financed the move- high school radII and Miss -
H ment till after the third congresswhen Jackson's room in the elementary I enjoyed during the evening I CIRCLE: DISCUSSESCONDITIONS leadership organization on the Stet
Present were: Mr. and Mrs.
I son University campus. Turner an
U was able to stand alone. grades.Mn. J
David Barnes, Mr. and Mn. Rheney IN CHINA honor roll student in the law
I Mrs. Archer reviewed also the M. F. White, president,, I
Members of the Redland Neigh-
Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, Dorothy la officer of his class
Mrs. Anderson Mn. Geo. school an
I has been done Russell
P. T. A. work that I
berhood Circle held discussion
Ellen and
Sullivan, Mary Phi Delia legal fra
and of Alpha
in Homestead since the first asso- D. Buehle and Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson -
conditions China ala
of In
Dearlng, Virginia HIlliard. MaryJo ternity. He has also shown himself -
elation wa organized here in Kit\>> served punch and cookies
Close Athley Kemp, Van and meeting Monday afternoon at
I outstanding In athletics by
the social half hour.
by Chai. M. risher. during I Anne Rheney, Robert Spear, Clay- the home of Mn. Sam J. Davis. I winning the coveted Intramural

ton Camber Fred Rhodes David Present were: Mn. Reed Holmes. sweater and letter In 1139.\>>
W.8. C. 8. CSRCLES TO STUDY home of Mrs. Geo. Smith. Mn. and Jack: Barnes,, Ben Bechdol, Mn W. E.Gaby, Mrs. J. Lawrence Frank Buchanan, Miami Besclx

EXTLORfNG THE BIBLE" I Dan Williams, circle leader, pre- Billy Jacobs and Lynn Irwin. Scott and Mrs. Davis. I,senior, and captain of the Krewe,

Mrs. Sam J. Davis entertained sided. I extended the invitation to six students
Marion deltas Circle of the W.S.C.S. Members present were: Mrs. H.I MR. AND 1IIa---;: : B. BIRD The Woman's Auxiliary of the In a brief chapel ceremony

at a buffet luncheon at her'groves I* Brown Mrs. Mollie Wingate, ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUB : Homeatead Presbyterian Church and congratulated each in turn
Mrs. E. Mn. Ceo.
S. Livingston
home Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mn. W. R. Bird enter- will meet Thursday at the home 4 upon his record. The organization
During their program meetingthe Hanson Mn. L. D. Wyman Mn. tained the Thursday Night Bridge' Mrs. ,Frank Hathaway. according to Buchanan, .la dedicated .
circle members voted to make A. S. Moye Mn L. H. Heath Mn: Club at their home, last week.' to furthering the Ideals of
leader for the J. E. Davis, Mn. N. G. Ball Mrs by j Stetson and those
Mrs. Davit study High score priaes! were won recognising men
book, "Exploring the Bible", and I;Williams, Mrs. Anderson and Mrs.' Mrs. Julian H. Webster and T. J. Mn. Gussle Joiner, Mrs. J. E. whom the student body as a whole
Mrs R. W. Mullins and
assignments were made for the Smith. Faust Davis has shown capable of responsibility
Muses Esther and Helen Livingston
next meeting, which will be held at Present were: Mr. and Mn. Lee and leadership.
I : attended farewell
the home of Mrs. D. L. Bowen. HUNDRED DOLLARS CLEARED H. Lehman, Mr. and Mn. W. E.'' a banquet
the Pan-America airport
at -
Mn. Davis gave an ON WHITE: EU.THANT: SALES Rheney, Mr. and Mn. Geo. N: given Saturday the worthy grand Naranja) Baby Awarded'Tw

lemon on "Social $ trJteftlltln'l The Homestead High School Wakefield Mr. and Mn. Bevo matron of the'.o.iE-8. of Florida Medals in Contest
Lute of Jtsui. JoIn: i. Band Parents' Association clean Webb, Mr. and Mn. Frank Webb,
who has Just MMpJeted her -
the *al Mr. and Mn. Julian H. Webster
give r.49 elephant
from the two
$105.00 visit to the chepten of District Nancy Claire, nine-month-old ,
Mr. and Mrs. Faust and Mr. and "
I and U in
The adal service report showed:1 I sales held Feb. Mrs. Bird. Z9. daughter of Mr. and Mn. JohnM.
'the Loaner building announce ::0.-
Brown of Naranja. was award.
sick end M
42 Tterta paid to the chair-
Mn. W. E. Rheney, general The Choral Club will meet Monday ed a bronze medal for health and
bouquets, five trays and six maga will be used to Mrs. Ole Peterson will have as
zincs sent to the sick. It showedalso man. The money the sousaphone dinner guests Sunday the Rev.' afternoon at I:45 o'clock in one for beauty at the baby contest

supplies valued at $1.SO and meet payments the on association for and Mn. J. E. Waller and the Rev. the music room of Homestead sponsored fey the D. A. It la
purchased by
other donations amounting to the band. Thomas Waller of Atlanta. I High School. Miami last week.

$11.50. I.I ---

The circle decided to piece a

. quilt for the Key West sniasion and '

- future.ta hold a rummage sale in the near 1/

Present besides the hostess were

Mn. Virgil Lyon, Mn. J. A.

Daugherty, Mrs. J. A. McNeU. 1/1
Mrs. Bessie Showalter. Mrs. L. A.

Young, Mn. Roy Darby, Mn. Rob-

ert Glenn, Mn. English and Mrs.

Bowen.The Belle Bennett Circle of the f lrOBIUEEII.

Woman's Society of Christian Ser-

vice of Homestead Methodist

Church decided at a meeting Tuesday :
o SERVICETikesoidaaai.1
afternoon at the home of Mrs -

I:. S. Csplinger to give a benefit
eaadidate" fa M the *
luncheon In March, a rummage vas law wittt fc Needed aL! wJ lusH
sale in April and a musicals In and vise. k', needed, H.h really NEEDEDihcbMM
may, --I
a. ll;Richards who will direct
toaj study course discussed', ke's.by U." 1M W"rook"&aw

tht book, Exploring the Bible",' rivaius*f dM a,-0
e.riv m taetitenMrhMttiis Toe, hHM4 .f ((1)
that will be used. .
q C l UchtiigUw knUf ((2)) a ;
The hostess served sandwiches hm 004 sok
and hot tea.Present 'aseikwa up"athe b--s phhaq.Y .

were: Mrs. H. M. Brown, gets"or-r...mw....ykr anal
Mrs. C. D. Eaker Mn. Vlvan t
Booth, Mn. Lewis Brandenburg, 10 Wiatee K ass you we portal > a t.-
q'tr"i ens paWkas. yeall appseeis do wbd
Mrs. Julian H. Webster Mrs. Ben t
.a.1 vl tt .her swenstis sissies MMT
Young Mn. Richards, Miss Helen \eo Jot.
Livingston and Mn. Caplinger. ,
Outlook Circle met Tuesday evening

at the home of Misses Helen

and Antionette Moye. {I
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Ydg.')I ln' THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 21, 1941

the parents decided to wake It an his general .science classes, two
annual affair to be held on the motion pictures on heredity and
\I. first Saturday In February. ,the digestive system. Although
I \ Homestead
i I
High-Lights III IIIf j other teachers have shown this
1 Ponce Calls Growers i picture to their classes we think

Best Trained Team the pictures were best stilled Jo the
I study of science.
Miami Game Cancelled Can have the same speakers atRedland I I I -Alda Conner.
AIOYS\/; ; COOK; and there will be no com! We appreciated very much the I _
of Game Limit
!I plications.Assembly. write-up which the Ponce High
(;ilKLS DESIGN Local fans were disappointed I will be held this Wednesday School paper gave us, Bud Thur I ELEMENTARY NEWS
"Homestead Is the best drilled
,over the cancellation of the Home for an exhibition from the Miss Jackson's room has new
lead-Miami High gamethat was Parade of Progress This It a team that we have played; Bleier pupil Jean. Sutton from New Jersey -
DREAM I HOMES to have been played Wednesday General Motors exhibition from really tells those" boys what to du I I The children have been makIng -
and do It. I
According to the constitution of the world's fair. clay alligators In connection
the Florida High School Athlete -Edna Forte. He also said, "The Cavaliers will'1 I with their Indian unit They also
Tools I .". ,.r history making event I I...Association twenty garnet are all be weak under the basket and'that' '!i enjoyed a Dutch picture and they
Juniors Present Gift just where Homestead will discussed It for their language lest -
school Since
tin a.kwit place In the home eco- that are allowed any '
be the strongest In longer shots the son. Miss Jackson lost her voiceand
see'IB f Hi partment of Homestead I the Homettead-Miaml High game To Home Room TeacherTo "
teams will be about even.
has been having to talk in
would make the total of 21 games I' a
dish :Sn.>oL Mrs. Hindman, home I We had the privilege last Fridaybetween whisper but all the pupils are
I for Miami High, It had to be can-
show their to
.....i..".""< teacher, and Mr. Wake ,celled. appreciation halves of the game of hoping she will regain It lOOn.MI'II. .
Mrs. Frank Webb, their home room
the Cavallettea drill
flikl. Mricultur teacher are Homestead In January, can- having Ponce Thurman room saw a pic-
teacher and home economics teacher
ill'.urfiiiN classes during the sixth celled a with Miami High I for us. They had orange and black ture ahow called "Robin Red
}.','Ioot set Monday and Tuesday due to the Illness of our players the junior class presented her costumes and were led by their Breast" last week. They wrote
with an electric sandwich: toa.ter,1 drum majorette, Barbara Thomson -
if KM week. Other team Miami High was to stories and drew pictures about It
Mn Webb resigned at the end
Tl., Inu ricer decoration clan willli.ki play that week also had to cancel who was veiy attractive. and have hunted for robin storiesIn
of last semester. The class treasurer -
Their skill in performing has
.d.'nor beautification at that their library and have read
garnet on account of Illnett. Feeling
Kathleen Freeman, made the
tintwhlle the agriculture boys the need of competition they started the Homestead girls to them. They also saw a picture
vlt.\ mir the fundamentals of''played the University of Miami presentation. planning a drill team of their own. show last Monday called "Chil
tiles", We think the boys teem) freshmen and also the University I -Evelyn Sykes dren of Holland.*
iimn (iHMulcuout In the foods labtium of Miami High Vanity. Photographer Takes - ------ Mrs. Hood's class Is learning to
: w.. do In the agriculture -Oracle' Torclse Pictures of SeniorsThe JUNIOR HIGH BUST ; write letters. The children made
04111111TIM' I -- For the present time, the students I valentines and had their valentine
meta will. In co-operation III Swing Band to Play seniors made ,themselves of Junior High are somewhat,box.
w lilt M o. Wakefield and Mr, Hind-, rather conspicuous Tuesday at the busy. They: are trying to make|I Miss Ray's room welcomes Rose
iiu"ii, Busies detailed plant of their At Lions Club DinnerThe boys squirmed In unaccustomed j some things for the coming Fruit,I Guerriero from Baltimore. The
iiiu li"mes. We wonder If any of I collars and ties I and the. girls were! Festival, and to study on their,,pupils saw the.,movie on Holland
,too i I..v will ever cook dinner newly organized Homestead glaring Into a mirror every now lessons In dally routine. But as the and they have been studying that
In ..n>* ..r the future homes of thLi11ir HI Swing Band will make Itt first and then. All this was because the rush Is coming upon them they country.; They studied "Storage
city I appearance at the Lions Club photographer had come to take are doing rather successful their Room" by De Hooch--a pictureof
iMftliiil/ plant are being made I I There are two clarinets, two pictures. studies. Holland.
1.... ilii-' fashion ahow which will trumpets, two saxophones, end The dreaded moment now over, For instance, the eighth grade Mrs Bird Is offering a prize for
told., islet. a the fruit Festival We drumt Hilda Dodson It the plants, we must wait anxiously for the classes are having parliamentarylaw the best valentine made In her
wool lh- details to be a surprise I and Libby Buck Is the vocalist. camera's opinion of usA I procedure and round tattle discussion class, and she has some very pretty
tow huge audience, therefore The band'' flag was presented to picture of the class and its and the seventh gradersare ones on her bulletin board. Stu-
ui rill nut print them. Mrs Mills last week In assembly sponsors will be made In addition gliding through the hardship dents of her class cut designs from
The I Kiichen. unlit have been by Mrs. Jacobs?who was reprewriting to the Individual pictures This of making a constructive speech. notebook paper and white paper
lii, girls decorating were:I the school studying Interesting historic stories Mn Moser's class saw some Interesting -
Hili' "hi'M one, Julia Frances Sulli. The Glrla' Glee Club tang several - - --- and fiction. They have just recently moving picturei. One was
,'.in 1',Hima, Radford and Mary selections In P. T. A. Wednesday CARD OF THANKS finished the story of Sit about digestion and the other told
M.li 1110+ Kitchen Two, Rita Dent, and also song at Redland 'The Band Parents' Associationof Launfat and are now reading the the life of a robin.
t' IK \ Vann and Doris Thornpfii I High assembly on Friday Homestead High School wishes I Ito story entitled "The House by the; Mrs Wynn's class has been making -
Killen Three, Katherine Or. take this opportunity to thank Side. of the Road" j patriotic pictures. Since February .
tumid" Virginia Kenner and Betty Medal Offered for Best all those who contributed In anyway I Mrs. Murphy's math classes are}] has two birthdays of presidents -
Ki"Ihui ,",, Kitchen Four, Edno Theme ,on Citizenship toward the success of the studying factors concerning the they are making pictures of
]<" 'ki"i Louise Dearlng and Betty white elephant sale on Feb. 8 and stallment plan which Ii a Lincoln and Washington Mrs. Bird
(,'\101 k. .md Kitchen Five, Char- A .peclnlIfmrI rMy was called 15. We thank especially Mr. Loaner -I,of buying an article without In-I Is offering a prize for the best'
lull*. lunlmo; and Wava Hor- Friday for a wc.llrknown speaker for the use of his building cash.Mr. poster. ,.,
tmiN from Miami.'Tha speaker was Mr The sale was so successful that Hester has recently -Clarice Dodson.Let's .
'..i .nly did we decorate the J. J. Lindsay from the Miami Clvl ,..
Jriii o..nbut! we also redecoratedin. tan Club who has spoken to u. --
.. rtiimiH room In a group. Some before on the theme of citizenship r
"i( llw' kluheni have acquired food A medal will be awarded for the
thai n..wers, calendars and vail belt theme In the school I
,holds i inlet to make them more From now on assembly will be
clw rni' held on Friday instead of Tuesday
-Katherine Oifnnedt I This change will be made to we i
i All Get Behind

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Good Reasons,1' t This Slogan:


"Send Redland District Fruit in


your Gift Boxes. It carries i

better-arrives in bet'j .
The traditional courtesy of telephone men and women and "...t': .'If...J

the efficiency of the service often prompt telephone user :';" >
.. ter condition"Let's 'r >
to ask If there It not tome secret formula for this annesisua i :

j reality there Is no secret. It 1* just the practical opera : "

does of pour cooperation Individual Interest and pride latw ,

l fob and company spirit .
( Telephone employei are selected with cars They are cons see that this fact "gets.

.i.iicly mined kept fully Informed about the company'

affairs/ and arc continually encouraged to acquire die skill across" to the thousands who

lead experience necessary to maintain and Improve tilt '

speed, accuracy and dependability of the service. come to :Miami this winter.

The consciousness that theirs ii an essential public sen

Ut girt them a sense of personal tesponsibi&y. Goodworking

conditions and recognition of individual merit are

afcw sources of Inspindon.Tkt _

company's plan for retirement and carjsof its worked ','

during sickness or disability and the provisions death .

tends safeguard their present and future end promote ,: .' it.; 4tFlorkl East Coast Ferfilizer (0. .

,pear* of mind. Further incentives to their cheerfulness andeociewy ...w. f lH < FRANK B.RUEMGR.

art stability of employment and good w yta. . "
Telephone men and women also know that the sppreds-/ MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER

ti..., and interest *o often expressed by the public Is fully. -HOMESTEAD FLA. .

'.j i shared by the management of their company. '.

rouihcr Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company

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*/Friday. February 21, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page' F'vl'ns : 3


'about also making life In Spain.attractive The tapestries shorthand :'!i

,. clan is making patriotic pictures CLASSIFIED

r Redland: Rattler: drawn In shorthand. The \P211 1 1i

typing classes are making posters RATE: Tint Insertion 10< a line; subsequent

t DORA SCOTT and ILA JEAN IRWiN Editors concerning our flag and ways of., ) 00 a line
, displaying ILhomestead ..>

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< ? I-.H..I.--I lunuiiiiiimiuinmin

;, Club :Representatives Tell of Their I Girl Scouts !'i\ FOR SALEFOR MISCELLANKOOS" : \

t By Mary Suber Scribe SALE Practically new WILL TAKE two ladi*. m O...H.--

\ Work at Student Council Assembly $2500 bicycle for 1750. Mrs. to room and board *1 ft .Vir
\.t r I TVD. Piche, Avocado Drive. week per person. EI>IIHII.< tin '> 16

| We bought our flower notebooksand (f-U 21) between Farm Life "<""< .V-1.w)

I Our assembly program last week,. Th Rev. R. F. Blackford and added asters, sweet pea, perl- Mrs. Reah Wlnchell 414-21)) :
j proved especially interesting as It Mrs. Klngman told the students winkle, Michaelmas daisy and the $4,800 ONLY. One of the best located -

, !' New England aster a native from handsomest and finest 2.
,was carried on by the students about the Dixie Bovs' Choir that LOANS
I alone, without the help of any I sang at our school Thursday night Quebec Virginia and Colorado. story 3 bed-room houses. Two 'I, _

" member of the faculty, although the I I I Song sheets made by the students I A tree w* learned Is Adenanthe- lot, double garage with maid's LOANS TO BUILD. Mot "."17.....,

\ 'faculty was present to enjoy it. were passed out and Ray- ra whose seeds are used to weigh I quarters; worth far more than REPAIR Residential, fin.v-; .

) The devotions were led by one of mond Lee led the singing; Ila Jean jewels. Our homework for flower price aiked. Requires $3.200 and Business Pn>i.'iu'

! ,the Student Council members, Irwin again played the piano. We finder waa to plant a cutting. cash, balance $3500 per month. From $30to $$5.00o-tr. sent h.

I Dora Scott. Mr. John J. Lindsay! enjoyed singing the popular song I We are going to observe Saturn, Full Information if seriously Interested S years.

former member 01 our legislature hits that the students had chosen and Jupiter that are at present In and prepared to act Immediately No Down Payment -No n"rl TUIIO

I: *, and present attorney for the county I! and put on the song sheets.. All of the west M S o'clnrlr at night I II H. A. Cameron. SMALL MONTHLY PM'MKNT.S:

\ school board spoke about the Civil the acuity and our principal in I Van Rheney and her patrol are Phone 72. Homestead fMf) $200 for 38 mo.-Repav I'l.HM mo.S500 .

school I I for 38 mo.-Repay ."7 I.....
tan essay contest that our particular praised the Student going on a hike on foot to explore. }JO-ACRE within 2 milesof

U entering. Dorathea Turner a !! Council for the program and said I Doris Scott's and Anne Schnckle- town; has over 300 GOOD $1,500 for 60 ma-R.'ix.y rts VI

! first grader, tap-danced and a 1 1I I Igroup it was one of the most educationaland ford's patrols are going to Naples! grapefruit trees. No buildings. mo.
Ask for FREE Fauna.0Without
of her classmates accompanied entertaining of the year Saturday at 8 a. m. They are to Has been held at $2,000 now off |

her, singing 'Playmates." ,I Wt were lOrry not to have representatives take their lunch water notebookand ,red at $1.500'ind I can sell I Obllgainm .
of the was!' from the band Girl ( LOANS can be secured Vi M..I. n,.
I The purpose program pencil and 60c.I I' for less. Make me an offer.

\ ', U acquaint the pupils with the 'Scouts or art department.PHOTOGRAPHERS ,I We also drilled and practiced You'll; not find more for your j,, MORTGAGED lIe and Repair LE.\. 1'1I; on

' organization in our school. I counter money. Phone :2. H. A. Cameron Profrtf
marching and going I
I We also have F.HA. LOANS: Jut
DuMond attired In full I VISIT ITS
; Joe Bill ranks, single file. Homestead. (t7.tf) Now Homes .
p yatl< "" ,'hit '
talk about from
uniform, gave a short Photographers the Tooley- 1 Barbara Miller was hostess.
Myron studio I FOR SALE-Living, dining and over 20-25 years. \1
; the Boy Scouts.' Mr. Gray Is Boy came to our school .
Scout leader. Joe Bill's talk must Monday. Individual pictures of bedroom suites, also other furnlrturc'ln Let us supply your mill UNO

I I' have been Impressive because one 'the seniors were taken and group I I Ills Business : Rood 'condition..' 'Apply NEEDS. Prompt ScV% ., .

Of the visitors, Mrs. Klngman, Invited pictures of the band cheer.dera, "What do you do when all the I 3$1Q.N. W 8th ..; MIami: !I BROOKE LfMB: Cft.

the Boy Scouts troop to her 'glee club and the basketball boysin world Is gray and ,gloomy?" (f7-21) 1 Phone 62 Horrx>Ni> ...1, "Kin
I "I deliver the milk,"-Ex.NOTICE I
their respective uniforms. -
home for a party.
Merle MlzeU captain of the Group pictures were taken also of I I OP AFPI.irATIOM I{FOR condition SALE-Roll-a-way$7.00 man's bed, good I I !ANTE .

cheerleaders spoke about the various high school and ele- Foe TAX DEaD : grey
the'' Pile No. S40IO overcoat size 34 $3.50
Boosters Club. This talk mentary classes.Immunization. Netted h hereby Iran that Billlwlrk.} ; small ,: WANTED TO BUY M'ntiiiiilll,
for ln... holder. .. ...itrn.. of .... .....r [ portable electric heater; 1 gallon [ tower and pump, coulsit"I..r 1.1parts.
the requirements
Ursine TM Cortlfl..... N... sots IITI. glass jars other articles. Mrs.Wlnchell I I i ;
Give full
the officers, the past accomplishments Shots U1 and MM, dotod UM Ilk day of A.- Ifo. j-urHriilur*,
future D. 1211 h.. filed Mid LvrtltlroM j Epmore drive, between Box A-131 care of 1. Cal< r-Kn-:
and I
activities plans
To Be Given Tuesday n0.4my office, and hM nudo .tpllr.Ho. I Farm Life and Newton roads. i I I I' terprUe. Ollj
and the aim. i for ui dm to Lau thereon In ocwrdonrawllk
law amid Certificates .nbraa the fo| ((17)1 I I-
Ann Shackleford gave a short On Tuesday Feb. 25 Immunization swiss drorrlbrd, pnnwrt/, situated. In I> I'II I WANTED-Girl for tummWIN*.
Girls' Glee Club. ...... on'I
talk about the County. Florida lll FOR SALE-7-room house.
H. U N K.:
Mrs. H.
shots for diptherla will be Lot 44, Join D. To....'. Addr.. Plot .1 I I Ewing Nth
This speech was followed by a given at Redland School free of, Book I. Pan IIS, located I. Dodo more than acre of iround fronting street it-SU
song by the Girls' Glee Club. The County, State of Fiend. M embraced 150 feet on South Krome

girls sang "Tavern in theTown"again of charge.age will Any be child given over the six shots months If I of In Certificate MM property No.u"th.loss. The. a"MM, .nmt<*rtt. ave. (Oversea Highway), 142 ]j: WANTtlJ: Small camp M"I-; ;|:;|>

because so many students its parents so desire :j I flraM known.Wood. WM III the Slam of U.. I feet on S. W. 8th st (Homestead I j I water In vicinity of II...........11fI1

had requested It They were accompanied i Lot B. I_ Bronk' .. Put -Florida City boundary line) or on Key Largo. 110'" ", -.Iltl.I ; ,
by one of our student I Book :: Pace 41, ri*.Ud In Dade I ICoun'y. and IgO feet on S. W. 1st ter- care of Leader-Entfrr .
and Glee Club members Ila Jean Junior High to Take ; Btea of l h..loI. oo embraced I i I I
I I. Certificate N... 6976. The a..wweM race. Comprises six lots with In.tO
Irwin The leader Mrs. Gray was Part in TournamentThe PI said poverty under 1M said ..stemfkate two vacant strategic corners; j
.eased was I. the ...... or Unknows. i I TUTORING WA14Tr.I'-. hlgl
one of the audience. I all lots connected with city water -

Kathleen (Wagner gave a short Junior High B Class tourna- !! Lot S. McClaln'a 'Snbdn. Plat Book and sewer mains; house has j I school and grade sctMMi mihjrru.Mis. .

talk about the Pan-American Club. meat Is to be held February .....I....of* Florid.9. mated a. embraced In Dad Counlr.S. I* c.r-. modern plumbing -and electrical II H. J. Armstnint.- A. a,
This Is a club composed of students I It 21 In the Miami Edison tlflcate Ha toil The assessment of I fixtures, screened porch and Plummer drive arId (J..nt./ 'f ;
Mid KKdrr the Mid ....1'..... >
who have taken or who are takingSpanish. : igymn. Each school will be entitled Issued. WM In the Ham of Unknown. I eastern exposure to prevailing; Club road.CLEAN .
They are now working I 1 to ten players certified I as Lou ..."'.*.1..11..1..1.1%. Belt Ii. | breezes. Bargain for cash. W. WA."ITpwiij
4. Ewlnr.1 Acldr. Pint 'Book S. Par
to send I representative to the being eligible by the principal. I I ., located In Dad CountSlat, of ,I B. Myrick, 624 S. Krome ave. RAGS :
national convention. Twelve passes will be allowed each .. M mbracd la Onlflc.l No.OM Homestead Fla. (pf7-21) j 1 exchange subscription or iwtv..'-
I I Th aMMmmt of Mid propvrtyundor j 1 1..I"r.
timing for clean rm*
Jane Thompson spoke about the team and trophies will be awarded the Mid "I/lrll" called WM In ,
4-H Club. Miss Hauseman sponsorsthis after the final game The offlcial th* mesa of Unknown. FOR SALE 5-room modern'.bou. Enterprise.
I : Unless asks drtlfkitM shell he rrdrrawdarrordlni .. ..
I furnished, $2,800. 8 per ---
ball will be Goldsmith
organization. the .
I U law, Ui deed will Wen 'h_
Peggy Jean O'Brien's subjectwas Last-BUt. on the t.th dir of M.rch A D. 141.E. I' cent intereset. L. O. HalL Call I! LEGAL NOIM'KS:
the newly organized Classical|I 1941.noted. this lath .., or F......", A. D. Dr. ]I!. A. Berger's residence '

B. LI4TJ1ERJl4111.l (J31-tf) office In the county i e4wirtip- 1h 44County
Club. This club la for students PREPARE FOR EXHIBITThe .
within .... _
I taro.. Florid. eight *
Interested In Latin and old Roman first year Spanish class Is V d.Of Cousty.''Flortds6. I;CHRISTMAS VINE plants and menthe from the date of In f".t ii'iMIration -
times Circuit Court Real I hr...,. Said claim m *'.I.I.M Mrontaln
and for students taking Latin making posters on Spain and Mexico .
young tropical almond trees ...
B/ N. C. BTERRnvi: D. C. th* .1 address of lh ro.lmnaland
In our school. The club Is for the Fruit Festival It is 1 Feb. tl. 29. Mar. ,. 14. II. 1411 I i to h* .worn to and t* .. til.01 ,4of..e..id.
progressing rapidly and the mem-' i. n. some will he 1..1 e.0.
line 1201 of the IMS Probate AM
bers are enthusiastic. At present : Ball 13 N. E. Eighth St. lasted January Ilia, A. D II, I
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they are working with their -
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I I Ai Admlnl.tr.lnr of ranGee. tt
Miss Harkness, on a projectfor ;RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for a A loll r. IfAI.I,

the Fruit Festival This project Does Your Car Have Any sale cheap. Mrs. II. H. Ewing 'I DON r.. FERRETBA U ,'' M',',
la 15 N. J:. 8th Homestead. .
a completely furnished and decorated *t. i "...../ for AdmlnMnnnIJ.n.
miniature Roman house and (a8tf). SI. r.h. I, 14, .1 IINorirr I I'

a miniature Roman temple. ---...
FOR SALE Tropical citrus .
The members of this club have Faults plants ir AFPiir>TinvFflH
Of These
trees and troPical fruit la TAX DRBhFlt.
spent quite a bit of tlme'drawln, N.. SwotNollr
and painting designs on all the season. Jungle Grove, Redland to severer .|va t''I h> UU > 'V,
road and Plummet drive. I In*.. h....... M amounts, of I'llll.wwv
walls and
floors. mod T.I Sal CvrtlflMtro N-** ,1 5.51.
7 ,..... stH Suit and I.1I. .-r..l <,.. Ill
I MOTICI or l"ftTrrl'TIIIII or SUIT dar of _..... A. P. 1'"7. b... Ill d
I IWOTICal I BT ATTACBMBNT .. . . ... ..
HEREBY GIVEN Mid c. 'Ioo. In n/ (' > <
IB that ..... "f Notice b Curtains .l..n to K. M. "'Ie, mad ......I..tI.. fur ... ......' I* Isis
will k* introduced Into tile LoxWoliir*, of DofrndanV all other persons Inter* that"* I. ao..rLooo with 1.A.14 uv.litle.loo .
the State of ,Iortd.. Session of It... a ..M. thai :/u kM boa iMllluted In :! oaikrar the f.dl.wi..; ..rllK4
BMrtal Ark providing for a* .......d_' and ? the JuMk* UM Peter Court for thel proprnItuatod In Pad V-'Mt'. KkildA.tolrtlt .
f portion IS of Chapter N... lift Lawi Lack Power Speed 'JVnl Junta Itelrkt of Dad County I IFlorida. '* ttX .
4 ,........ Aral of IMS providing fat UM !i between H W. Vaad....*. M' I. Block t, FMldIMII, .. I
Minor, la which the Cll- T-e Cnlh lakaU Hard to Start? (plaintiff, sad H. M. Assets M defendant I hi the City of HowmrMM. ...:: .J
prooMd with UM Collection of Cite Ik/ the ......* of a writ of attarhn.nltnrrtn \ Pad. aloes of riorMa a. ",.,_. .d kCertificate
T._ ass Ui* publication of tile little of Uses Too Much Gas ....,oot the mid dfadaat. .. ,I N.. SAHl Tsar ..de.rw-rt
Und to ko offend for sole for UM aoa. shirk writ cocas property of oald dofradaat [ or..Id.-. tnttM ,11'fkate
pa/awn of UBM. I' Vibrates or runs rough? ho* aa aluravd and kM aotborn 5..d WM In th* ... .0# I.hall
Dated this Hut day of r...,. A. P. \ retaken br UM oIot"'ntII.soft Mrlton.
IMI.crrr and No Pep (Ir Dlnlnc Hooat BrkOn. Lot II, sleek a. FrradS OAtl.' ;.I.. ..
or HOMESTEAD FLORIDA Sluggish ) U.d In the CUT Honwoteo.1. N awl* .f
a Municipal HARRIS; ..1U n ou IIH'Od krUrlM.Th t Dod*. Sate 1.norlda. a7.: ,M BT.. J. ,
Mid defendant and all oUwr porMM Certificate Sow. Thr tw* aMiat
mom. Interested sal Uwnrfor ivqulrrd to appear of Mid pmport/ ..*>r UH .. 1.1it..
Ftk. II. IS. Mai 1 I I 1. 10 door It March base tile third day of ftrau word. WM la th* p'0* ..lla"t .
y March." A. U. 1941 oUMrwU* judgment "'
NOTICE OP APPLICATION may be tubes kf default sales UM MMdf I 451 H....** Adda. H I. ,'"/
KB TAX DEED I rnd.nl. of H_..... Countof <*.., Mint
Pile {3991 Drive it into our garage and have the engine WITNL8B, UM H.... 0. B "seta". Ju. of Florida M onhrarrd lo ,;. MUbrrt -><..wMe.
ttoUrw b Wroktlvoo. that Wlnnl. 1. ,JlM of UM pao of UM Mid Third jMIlMDhtricU 1164. The s..rmmst "'( ..... _
Ktokr bolder M wanes nf City of Miami SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED with our new SUN l* Mid Countaad ...... and | / .._ the Mid ..wtVWi..2
Toi r_lria<. NinnbrtH IVTH, Mad UKk I the Coal of mid Court, at M...... rlorMa,, Was I. the ..... W 11"bro... ...
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PUt Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 21.1941. :

suspicious looking, pistol toting,chines and the little one lost all proved fatal to fink. "It waan't f comer about three minutes before

BANDITS youths showed up. They came up It of him money I said to him, 'When very loud," he said. Afterward a I came up--the reason they noticed -
la a 1934 Ford coupe pointed greet you snooze you lose', and the machine .22 caliber shell was found on the I it was because the tires
i lor slate color. I paid off for me. He came road at the scene of the hold-dp. ,squealed, they were driving M fast
(Continued from Page Ont) I I The elder Fink had testified that, up and felt all around me. and I The youth that held up Knox{when they went around the corner. -

alongside to learn why rink bad he and hit son bad agreed the know what he did that for. Sam was armed with what looked like ."

lopped, a man sprang to the bandit car was a green 1MO Ford had gone to get the law and I J8 caliber, nlckle plated. re I I J. N. ClIatt, Jr., Miami Shores
running board of each truck. I i[coupe. I was trying: to' keep them there.,''a with much of the pickle police officer, who brought the

Fink's fitter, testifying here The wife of the owner of the barbecue I went outside to aee what color' off, Knox aaldL He over- wounded msn'a wit and mother-
Tuesday.night at an Inquest into stand their cir waa. It was a 1934 green' looked WM that Knox had In another in-law to the hospital here In response -
Mn. George
his aon'i death) gave the following told Alexander, the Crlmm had I Ford, and it had a new license tag envelop on him. Knox said' to a call from Chitty, said
account of the hold-up, la aubtance. asked that looked like It had just been I he foDowed the bandits ,because I M found the .23 cakber shell at
and him to
guns go get I young Fink called to him to do i
: put on. ao. the hold-up scene-which Alexander -
"the law" Alexander, who had I
"Thla fellow time up and jerkedthe brought the Fink truck to the stand "I left and I said;.'I'llI get my "When they made the curve at had marked with pine
door open and. jibbed me with I after making an emergency-' gun and come backand then we'll the Last Chance I was probably' branches It was the kind that
I the aide two three I half-a-rnlle behind them and whenI I would be
a pistol or nection-the bind murderer had have a little fun. ejected by an automatic,
times and laid: 'Hand It over!' thrown the keys away, got In i, "They followed me and when' I got around the curve I saw the he said. They found also a gear
Then hr moved over and was jabbing the truck and went to the Homestead 'got to the police station they turned tall lights fade out" said Knox. I rift knob from a 1938 or 1937
me In the stomach and said police station. at Mowry and went west. I was 'When' I got to the fire station Inj I Plymouth car These were turned

again, "Hind It over!' ,h One of the men gave Mn.I making ninety and that little ford Homestead, they said that they,I'over to the sheriffs office, where
"I aid, 'I haven't anything': ao Crimm a $20 till In paying for couldn't make it" saw green car go around) the .Knox was questioned.

then he started jabbing my IOn refreshments, and she got a little I I Alexander told the coroner'
and told him to 'hand It over. My
money from every one present to jury that H. E. Warren wrote
son reached back to get his folder down the number of the Last
make change rather than open the I I I
out of hit beck pocket, and while cash register before the strange Chance tough guys' car one match porrovand:
he was trying to get It out the Roberta gave detailed descriptions -''t I box. Warren, who I* e local fruit blind .; Need Another
robber told me to help him. Then'almost not the witnesses -
of the strangers at the' Last I I packer was among :
the Instant I reached over !\* Room?
tes fytnl
Chance as he hid purposely stud
to help him get the money out, the led them. The bandits got $23.SS from Fink Room _
robber shot 11'I11011 right under my I "One was dark complexioned and .0.51 from Joe Bert Knox, : Now :you can add to a house,

arm. I finished handing the moneyto boy with big, brown, smoky eyes: according to B. C. Chitty of the \0 or repair and modem! it. The
the thief, and he iild, 'I have
and his hair grew way down on his company that owna the grocery L L_ t, money required la offered under
damn good notion to kill .
a you 1_. He had cheap looking clothes trucks. -- the fiome-improvenient Loan
.: anyway. or-* white shirt and sort of work Knox testified that M he drew ,
"The driver of their car waaunder I .. Long-term repayments.
pants with a green stripe. He had alongside Finlc's truckman
the steering wheel ready ta on cheap shoes. jumped on hit running board". : We'll help you figure your Lumber

leave and ai lOOn aa they got In, "The little one-he was about II young fellow-thin faced with cost and your Loan needs
the car pulled away. I and about five feet eight, had long, dart half and* dark eyes,
The robber of the Fink truck
feet seven or eight
blond curly hair and blue eyes about five
won a handkerchief tied over his'with rings in them. Both of them inches tan. BROOKER LUMBER' CO. INC.
face from the down the wit
eye had pistols under their shirt-' in Knox told the robber'(he money ,
tress said and probably weighed holsters. I went up and watched was in hit back pocket and the Lumber, Hardware1. Oriel, Doort, TeebHOMtSrtAO.
between 120 and 130 pound He':
them and saw that they were nerv highwayman toot If out himself. ?loll it FIX.
had dark hair, combed back. Both I ous. I Ai the bandit got off the running
the older rink and Knox testified
Knox beard the shot that
"They were playing slot mall board,
feat the .band*' ar had BO.tag t .. -- -
on it. -, '"" : '" """ ""' '" III:rn: :" n;;,: ;"' :'::1:" !'.ff ;;n:... Llir: ; Ii '....Ilidl T I I ili"lili"" '"" """" lldllnl"1: :;lIiiJlillc.JII; '"Iii"' I " "iIl'li'
The men who tried- to effect
capture of the impeded bandits
at the Lot Chance were Sam

Alexander Md ArVId Roberta, .

'HolWwtead who had been automobile tint to arrive mechenihI at'the' THE NEW SPECIAL HANDY-SIZE

fcene of the hoofing' after It had

been J'epcIrWd'Id the Last ChanceBy .
a' pawing1. material They were
having refreshments after hating
'bead to Florida City to see about
'. automobile Job when the mo.

toriit drove up and told of the
.t Bold-up. Knox, the driver of the I '

..\ other truck, had driven after the ;.. ,
bandits u lOOn ai their car left, BUICK
and when he lent them after they I
turned at the Florida City fork, he
went on into Homestead to notify -

. police.
Ai Alexander and Roberta drew
i alongside the rink truck and the DOOR G-P ASS ENGER SEDAN

i father called to them for help, ,
Roberta jumped out and ran to .r, J .

the truck. Young Tlnk, who was

eoniclotM right up to the time hey DELIVERED HOMESTEAD
y went Oft the operating table, laid, $1165
"Don't touch me. I've been shot IN FLA.
t' clear through Roberta testified. ,::::
"He put one arm on my shoulder

. and one on hU daddy'a shoulder,
: and a Buick from the Last Chance .
} pulled up about that time and they

aid 'Get In here.' So we all got The most compact car on the market. .
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about four minute after he was
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; 'i j Roberta was taken back to the e Unheard-of gasoline economy.

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occupant*-who were "Just travel
era." he said-where he rejoined The only car available today that can pack

Sam Alexander and where they
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