Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00481
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 14, 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: VID00481
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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Yd.No. Homestead Florida; March U, 19U Price 5 Cents

Lime Meeting Votes To Ask

,, } \ 40 per Cent "- Juice Content Law

Victim of Fire at Camp 4-CENT ADVERTISING TAX

Brought. Home for Burial:, AND INSPECTION LEVY ALSO :


I Food Stamp Plan Becomes Effective APPROVED FOR INCLUSION '

In Redland District Next Monday '

The Redland District like the o'clock in the Chamber of Commerce THE WEATHER Small Grower-Shipper to
2 OTHERS DIE rrsit of Dade 'County wilt begin, building. Those residing 'I Be Unhindered in
(near Perrlne will get stamps In the OfflcUl VMllwr Mpart..Ik*Sufctrool..! His
Monday to use the food stamp community house there on Mon- g.p.rlweN: ........ H....._.. FtarMa Activity
pUn worked out by the surplus day from I till 11 SO o'clock.
: Dew I 111"1 MI. \ a" BILL FOR PASSAGE'IN
FROM INJURE marketing administration of the The food !13".1 ;
county stamp office Is Mar, 8. ; 71 15
United States Department of Agri at 722 S. W. 27th avenue In Miami. Mar, 7_. I 82 I 88 |29.80! 1911 IS PLANNEDTo
culture. I The stamp plan has three objectives -'Mar. I.. ... I 74 I 184 11.04
Redlind District grocery stores: : aiding the farmer by creating -!Mar. 9.. .. .1 I 69 | 51 | 1 Be Presented to Leg.
Brick Wall Falls
on larger markets for domestic Mar, 10. .. 1 74 I 37 13OJ41I'M.r. islature ConveningIn
Fiffhtinjr Blaze at are prepared to accept the .tampa.1 farm products; helping the underprivileged 11. J 80 I ISO.14|
Ft. McPherson The traveling sales unit with a 80% to 100% i 12.. .. 80 I 1,4512 |130.101| MayA
and Issue stamps to certified Increase In food purchasing power;
DFFICER"GIVES sons residing In the district and benefittlng business by utilizing law requiring that all limes
HIGH Monday afternoon from 1 to per-I': normal channel of trade. 1111 SITE FOR WHITE\ whoa shipment originate In the
PRAISE IN LETTER The stamp plan Is open to any state of Florida have a Juice content

[IL He S. WINS householder who has been certified -I LABOR CAMP IS' of not less than 40 per cent f
Gave- His Life in perform-I FIRST as eligible the to state receive publictWistance will be recommended for psnageby
by departmentof
ance of Duty, TOURNEY GAME I public welfare. These families BOUGHT BY U. S. the state legislature when It

.[ Include cases certified for: old age convenes In May.A .
assistance, aid to blind, aid to dependent motion to this effect was
,Theo slim, young form of Tommy FROM 194000MPI children, WPA commodity Purchase of a 7J- cre tract oa ,adopted overwhelmingly at a meet'
Moffett, dressed In the olive drab I Two varieties of stamps are Issued the federal highway north of Avocado Ing of Persian lime growers and
uniform of the country he was ,orange stamps which are purchased drive has been negotiated b- shippers held In the packing house
Homestead High School defeated I and blue stamps which aregiven the Farm Security Administrationas of the Florida Avocado and) Lima
serving at the time of his death,
ferry High School 39-11 last night free with the orange stamps the site for a white agricultural Growers at Princeton nearly all
'll.ld to rest Wednesday Palm In the first game of the B divisionof Orange stamps will buy any food workers camp It was learned this of Wednesday afternoon.
Cemetery at Naranja, while the the state basketball tournament products that are taken home and week following the arrival here of Other recommendations adopted II
community In which he had lived played by the Growers accordingto (Continued on Page Two) B. L. Littell, engineer in chargeof -I'llTh.t
a telegram received. from Coach surveys. a tax of 4 cents a crate (one
all but a few months of his 23
Ted Bleler. Work of surveying the tract la and three-fifths bushels) Its leviedon
years, mourned'openIJ, unashamedof It was a nlp-and-tuck battle for 0. H. RITCH SHOT now under way.A all shipments to finance inspection -
tears. the first three quarters of the tract of 1(0 acres on Pin that will insure enforcement -
One,of three brothers who enlisted game, the message said, but ', i Island, fronting on Campbell and of the Juice content require
In the army several mOl'lth'l stead took the lead In Home-I'I FATALLY AFTER I II Mowry roads, which was donatedto ment:
ago, Tommy died shortly quarter and held It. Perry the government by South Dad That an advertising program to
brick wall of a burning building School won the B division state r.rma. Inc., already has been surveyed be financed by a levy of 4 cents
fell on him as he was helping to I championship last year. I'I SCUFFLE IN BAR. as the site for a 210-unlt a box be let up for use In conJunction -
fight I fire early Sunday morning
The Growers are scheduled to colored agricultural workers camp. with other advertising
at fort McPherson Ga., where he'play Chipley High School at 2 I, --- I I Announcement of the negro camp funds of the Florida Citrus Commission -
was In trslning. His body arrived p. m. today, and it they win Oscar: Hiram Rllch. 34, Homestead was made in the Leader-Enter under whoa Jurisdiction
Her Tuesday, escorted by game, they go to the thl'l farmer, was shot f.t.lly.nd I prize of Feb. 28. administration of the proposed taw-
Luther Lavasseur, a Private Homestead won the Eighth Alec Lanier, another farmer, and Expenditures In construction of will com
mate who was Tommy's. best School District B division W H. Simmons saloon keeper the camps are estimated at well It was mad particularly clear
at the camp pionship last Saturday by defeatIng 'were wounded Monday night In I Over $300,000 each. Th.y.re not that nothing In the bill is to pie-,
,Tommy was unconscious when Redland 24-13 in the finalsof Simmons' bar by a man who gave expected to be ready for the next vent any grower from continuing'
taken from the debris of the fallen the district tournament held In his dame as Wm. Phillips. farming season, but actual construction to do his own packing and shipping -.
wall, and he died on. the way to Miami Edison gym. To reach the Relatives of Ritch for whom work probably will be without any special licensing
the hospital without regaining con- (Continued on Page Two) funeral services were held yesterday started by JlIly.Newell. i (Continued on Pale Two
sclouness, Private Levasseur said.Death afternoon, said that first newspaper .
was due to a fractured skull. Redland District reports describing the affairas
In addition to Tommy and another Shows Visitors a brawl| were incorrect as Ritch Dr.: Announces AppointmentOf '
private, Ottlce R. Simpson was shot through the rear side of I
of Atlanta Second Lieutenant Half-pound Egg the head as he cam from a washroom Experiment Station AssistantsAnnouncement
James E. Cox of Atlanta died asa and had been given no chanceto' i "'
result of the fire. The lleuten- Aa aa example *f KedlandDMriefs argue or fight. I of the appointment who visited the station Monday
an\'. neck Vras broken In two superior crops According to eye witness accounts of Dr. E. M. Anderson as were: Dr. t. t. Tiger presidentof
places by the falling bricks, but he Fruit Festival vW.M* were given police officers, Phillips assistant truck horticulturist of the University of Florida, W.
did not die until Monday after hewn a haJf-awuid egg UM who follows the fruit packIng the Subtropical Experiment Station M. Palmer of Ocala R. H. Gore of
noon. by a New Hampshire red bra reasons but does very little and of Grant Slater as laboratory Fort Lauderdale, N. B. Jordan ofQunicy .
Private Levasseur said that the belencing- I. T. Aadreaaesi lacking, was In a "matching'1 mood assistant was made Mondayby and T. T. Scott of Live
fire broke out In an old abandoned of Cooper read. I st the bar Monday night. H.I Dr. Wllmon Newell provost of Oak. AIM In the parry wr Mrs.
brick stable between 118 and 1:30: The egg was exhibited by matched Ritch for a drink and lost agriculture, for the University of Gore, Mri. Jordan and B. t.: Lawton -
(Continued on Page Two)' Mrs. L.G. Ntn'comb. hen wanted to match for a dollar, Florida at Gainesville, who with county agent of Broward
i live dollars ten dollars. Some-I other members of the state boardof County. J
Bands Drum Corps Locomotion to Lead one said "Pop Simmons dOHll'1' control paid a visit to the sta They were Joined by Frank: B. :
allow gambling in here. Mind tion. Rue of Homestead and LutherChandler
Parade at Son's of Legion Meet Sunday or you'll get put out.* I Dr. Anderson who Is now at Cornell of Goulds.Dr. '

Then Phillip wanted to b.tI I' University will on Apr. 1 takeover Ceo. D. Ruehla and S. 1. ,\
------ here was nobody present who was the work done by W. M. the
Lynch took the group through '
A parade with bands, drum which will open at 10 a: m. In "man enough" to put him out Fifleld before he became Drr laboratories and grounds and explained .
corps and to.ndIocomG vea Legion Hall Lunch will lab the Utch, proceeded to prove there Newell's assistant Mr. Slater a the fxperlm.ntelor" In ,
Son of American form of a big fish fry In Homestead was and put him out the door as gradual of the University of Miami there.In i
will precede progress
a Par*. they both scuffled and laughed. is now serving as chemist
Legion district conference here i After presentation of theme charter Afterward the man came back in for Pan-American Airway H* the afternoon when the rest
Sunday at which the charter of the the conference will install officers and followed Rltch as he went to will begin bit work at the Homestead ol the group attended &. races,
Homestead squadron recently organised of the local squadron. Aa the washroom. Lanier followed station on Monday. 1 Dr. Newell and Mr. Lawton remained i
will be presented.Sons election of district officers win be Phillips. They cam from the Both appointments were made by to discus agricultural.
of the Legion squadrons held. State and national officers washroom In the earn order, and the board of ccmll'olon Mar. .. Dr.,problems and to visit the overhead '
from Fort Pierce to Key Weil win of Sons of the American Legion! before they re-entered the bar, La- Newell said. Irrigation system which Chas. ,
be represented at the conference. will be present (Continued on Page Twelve) The other members of the board Pratt has Installed. \

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Page Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, March 14. 1941 ,

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sunny, obliging Chritti, charac of his comrades at Fort McPherson Georgia, and by the officer and,
j SIX LEAVE HERE I FOOD STAMPContinued ,ter. it told in a letter from his ,men of Headquarters Company ot

"Those charts on the wall, showing 'commanding officer to Mrs. Law- the 62nd. Signal Battalion, Ft Me,.jPhenon :
rence, which read a* follows! ''i Ga, of which Tommy!
the of our' church
TO BEGIN ARMY ( from Page One) 'building progress campaign were drawn My Dear Mrs. Lawrence: I'I was a member. 9I ,

prepared tat human consumption.Blue Moffett said Dr. that I "The young man who .ccoat-|
by Tommy "It U with deep regret 10I
TRAINING YEARSelective ttampf-the free stamp*- I II John.tone.NW.. are going to leave I good a man and soldier had to betaken (I'ponies Tommy Is Fvt Levallellr1'
only, and general relief. best friend In
Tonuny'f Hq'qpany. I
(them there to be an inspiration from u*. Your on, Thomas
will buy any surplus food commodities i .
to us to finish the work we started IH. Moffett wa a gentleman; one
service registrants fromthe when Tommy was with us." I of the very best men in my com- I "Should there be any informs.
Redland District who will leave On the list of surplus commodities I tion that I doi
Tommy a born artist showed:'pany. All the men were hit or can -
for March are: butter, raisins
Monday for Camp Standing at talent that might have been developed ;:friends, and all have expressed through the power of my office]
Stark, Fla, Include the following: rice pork lard pork corn meal In feeling of his passing to me I do not hesitate to call upon me.v'
several channel If he
shell egg, dried prune, hominy I
J. Q. Caldwell. teacher In the land
grit, wheat flour whole wheat had lived. After his graduationfrom they all have wished that I "As lOOn at. possible I wlfll
Redland Junior High School: Lester j their feeling of sympathy mall you a letter with Information
i Homestead High School in convey ,
flour, fresh oranges, fresh grapefruit -
Smith ton of Mr. and Mr*.
1136 he took an art course In to you. j a* to whom you should correspond 1
onions (except green onions),
Ceo. W. Smith of Homestead Au- '
; I to the effect '
personal of
dy Clbbs. ton of Mr. and Mrs. H. dry edible bean, Irish potatoes, connection with preliminaries attendant -' "Tommy was a credit Hedquarters ] aa MoffetL Thorn.. ,
M. Cibb of Homestead; J. D. Con- fresh apple and fresh peart. upon the opening of the;I Company; to the 62nd I|a*

ner, ion of Mr, and Mr J. D. Liquor tobacco or other non-'I Fleischer Studios In Miami. As a Signal: Battalion ;and most of all to I II "With deepest sympathy
Conner of Homestead, and Robert food item such a* soap, starch and salesman for Franklin Grocery for, his country. Ha gave his life in "Jack K. Wehrman,
Smith of Homeitead. matches can not be purchased several year and a* a clerk In .performance of duty In combating | "lit Lt 62nd 51,. Battalion J

Ralph Fletcher ton of Mr. and with itampi. the Homestead post office up to I a fire that threatened to spread Commanding Hq. and Hqs. )'

Mr*. J. L. Fletcher left last weekto Stamp can not be used to paya I the time he enlisted, he used his i I to the newly constructed Recep-l Company."
report for tervlce. bill or account already owed. talent to produce artistic store tion Center at Fort McPherson.j Besides his mother and brother.
window and bulletin board effect I'Tommy was helping man a hose already mentioned, Thomas I I. *in> <

Out of 500 who took an examination on the fire about one thirty a. m.. vived by a half-sitter Mary Lou

LIME MEETING MOFFETTContinued in draughtsmanship at Fort(I'Sunday March .11, 1841, when: a Lawrence.Pall .

McPherson, he ranked first, and i brick wall fell unexpectedly upon bearer were Harry Brown,
it wa In this line of work that he''him and other Tommy did not John Frederick, Myron Grennell, '.
(Continued From Page One) I ( From Page One) ,,promised to advance rapidly a* a I'suffer. Aubrey Cheshire, D. H. Delllnger, ,
fee other than the Inspection and Sunday morning. The member of the headquarter company -; ;The flowers were sent by Jr. and Labon Bishop. Funeral

advertising taxes. the building burned' comPlftel1.1I of the 62nd Signal battalion. I Headquarters Company of the Re- arrangement were. under the direction

Several persons advocated a Tommy with other men of the I I I Tommy'a standing the opinion I II ception Center, Ft. McPherson, of Turner Funeral Home '
minimum content of
requirement company was manning a hose to I
39 per cent, while one person I flames
keep the from spreadingto
wanted It boosted to 45 per cent I
nearby recreation and barracks
The 40 per cent level adopted conforms -' buildings. The Intense heat from

with the federal standard. the fire in the building I II thought I I
The recommendation adoptedat I to have expanded the brick and ]I
the meeting will be forwardedto caused the walls to collapse.
John Bull attorney for the! Levasseur was In a fire-fighting
citrus commission (whose service
crew on another side of the building
are being loaned to the grower- .

shipper group), for formulation Into The other two brothers came 1

a legislative bill. It will then I home for the funeral: John from

be turned back to Price, Zaring' Fort Monmouth N. J. where he I II
and Kline who are acting a* legal had arrived only last Thursday
counsel for the lime growers and I from Fort McPherson for radio

shippers, and finally will be submitted schooling; Billy from MacDill Field,
to another meeting for approval j,Tampa where he Is In training
or amendment before being ;.Both were In uniform, and the'
taken to Tallahassee for introduction grief-stricken mother, Mri. C. H.

Into the legislature. I Lawrence, whose husband Is ser- WITH THIS
L. L. Chandler of Goulds, presided jtouily 111, leaned on the arm of 'AMAZING' .
at the meeting Wednesday. I John. IAJ

More than one hundred fifty NEW

floral pieces surrounded the flag- '
H. II. S. WINSContinued
draped casket In the Homestead
Baptist Church where the body' ELECTRIC RAN ; G ENEW
t lay In state for several hour before -
( From Pate One)
the services': *'ere held. As
; > final, Homestead defeated Pompano s M ,
the long procession'of relative of '
47-28, and Redland defeated WITH
the pioneer Homestead family
Stuart 38-24, and Beach,
33-18. filed In, the choir tang "God Will
Take Car of You" and "Safe in
Redland team which went to the .
the Arm of Jesus" "Beautiful
j tournament a* runner-up In the
Isle of Somewhere" wa sung at a
district tournament, lost it* first
solo by J. Q. CaldweU
of the tournament
game yesterday In a simple but sincere short
I afternoon to Jesuit
High. eulogy Dr. J. E. Johnstone, pastorof
The Redland boys, who are accompanied FEATURES
the church told of Tommy'sNEWT.
by their coach D. R.

1 Snyder and Earl Swllley will BRING ADDEDCONVENIENCE
probably leave for home today.

Squadmemben making the trip G. BALLNOTARY
are: Leonard Greer, Buddy Llndgren. .
t Henry: Dixon, Charles Sweet-
1 automatic
Ing. Walter Rutzke, Jack Mar- Ism r purpose

shall Adolph Lopez Otis Loper, oven with S measured
Lewis Price and Allen Kirk man-
ager. Fire Insurance and heats and Interior light.

The Homestead team,
2 Three Select-a-Heat
panied by Coach Bleler and R. J. Kindred Lines

Hester, a member of the Homestead Calrod units with 5 ", ea..u..d .*

High School faculty,.la composed -
1 SS N. Kreine At*. heats.
of: Matt BallarD, D. L. Bow- s

en, Charles Conner Ralph Dellin- O 3 Five-Speod Thrift Cooker
ger Don Done, Fred Fucht, Elmer AL

Archer Martin James Charles Sullivan Robertson and Letter Harry For results use Leader. 4 One piece top of stain ,:

Martin manager. Enterprise Classified Ads $95.00 resistant enamel.

5 All, porcelain enamel
CfttAAMfl! .SHiHG .POUSMINO DRIVE YOUR CAR . A h, inside and out.HOTPOINT'S .

Regular visit here, for WashIng -

Polishing and Lubrication,
are the secret of many a car' rrs.a"errar now AIII.TOCIIAT MOM .._1M'n"neea fwr.ar wq,, '14 1

ever-new appearance and
smooth unchanging performance. J b
Though w* charge only r

standard rates, there's a noticeable IS FASTER, MORE EFFICIENT, Sift ? YOB '

difference In the way we MORE DURABLE THAN EVER ..
work and the result we get. -. r 4
Try u* next time. 284 Ir Good I
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.Friday. March:14, 1941 . THE- HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three : I

Frances Walker of Perrine Crowned j Take Body of Infant Trans-Radio Executive
I To Georgia for Burial) Visits Fruit Festival

Queen of Disl tricfs Fruit Festival -
THROUGH MAR. 9 j'I Joe Lindsay Parks, nlne-month-I I ,Ed. J. Rees, European; manager
Min Trance Walker,daughter of I third In rank; Miss JosephineCash old son of Mr. and Mr*. Joseph ,for Trans-Radio Pres Service
ON MIAMI PLEASDue I Mr. and Mn. Frank Walker of Per- of Prlncenton was fourth; Park of High Point, N. C., died Inc., who left London in Septem-
sine, was crowned queen of the Mlle Clara Sayres fifth; and Miss Thursday at a local hospital aftera ben for a vacation In the United
Redland District Fruit Festival I I Rachel Cowman of Homestead, short illness. The body was I States, was In Homestead Friday
to requests flour Miami, the Friday night by Edward Stilln,. sixth.: Each received a gift sent by Turner Funeral Home to to visit the Fruit Festivil.
twelfth annual Redland District of the Redland District Hartwell, Ga., for burial |
I president The radio awarded by the Red- Mr. Rees has covered every war
Fruit Festival, scheduled to close Chamber of Commerce which I land P. T. A. the same evening Mr. and Mrs. Parks had been in Europe since the first World
Saturday night was continued till staged the festival. Miss Walker went to D. R. Sullivan of Home- visiting Mrs. Parks' brothers-in-
Sunday evening. The attendance I won this honor by selling the most stead. law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Truman I Puzzled
Sunday afternoon wn particularly votes In"ji contest sponsored by The contest was directed by: Mrs. Royal and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. .
gratifying Manager E. H. Galla- I the Redland P. T. A.The I Herman Helnlem president of Ayers, winter resident of Florida "Professor, there's one thing
her laid. | prize awarded to the queen Recjland] P. T A.: Mrs Hugo Vlh- !City. about astronomy that puzzles me."
Through the efforts of Mn. W. was a hundred dollar wardrobe len, contest chairman; and W. W. All three families accompanied i I "What1 that?"
K. Haai South Dnde Garden Club I from Burton's Department store. Allan contest manager.McIntyre I'the body to Hartwell. I "How the astronomer learnedthe
chairman for flower exhibits at the'' Miss Miry Engel of Redland names of the stirs."-'Grit
Fruit Festival, the long tables of I'I| won the second prize, twenty-five
flowers that greeted the visitor is I dollars in caih.I : Paitings Are ExhibitedIn I I Teacher: "Lot was warned to
he entered the building, were kept]I j I Miss Julia Sullivan of Home- take his wife and daughter and
standard condition till the festival Homestead Furniture Co. Store
who teaches Redland stood ,,flee out of the city. Lot and his
ended. By i
tion Mn rjaai; personal had IOUdta-1 I Visitor From Havana .t palnting-; wife "and daughter got safely
Ten by O. F Mclntyrt. j I|I away.
her department a MCA Executive Talks
Injured in Accident staff artist of the Miami DailyNews Willie "What
i happened to the
interested and
pleased are exhibited in the frontof To Local Rotary Club'flea slrT"Ex.Tropical.
blue ribbon I
VIsllora'l Mri. Alice Rousseau of Havana the store of the Homestead I
to Hollister for' ... ,.. . ._ ..
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mother of Mrs. Sylvia Atkins of Furniture Company under the Wm. Parker, general
exhibit of avocados and m I Homestead suffered a broken collar sponsorship of the Homestead Art of the Miami Y. M. C. ReNtar'l''
by accident from iwafd lilts were' bone Wednesday when a blow Club. to the Homestead
announced by the festival I Gate
ment Sunday man.ge-I'I out caused her daughter's car to The pictures exhibited are: Wednesday on how to
Awards for exhibits In the be wrecked on a rough stretch of "Florida Deer", "DeGarmo Patio", youth. He mentioned the work being I
wom- the federal highway on Key Largo "Spanish Mantilla", "Negro and done by Principal B. M. Hind- :
(Continued on Page Eleven) I 1 near the former station of Key Palm", "Coconut Grove", "Picket man in installing the HI-Y organizations NOW LOCATEDIN
I II She taken at to in the school of Home-
I Largo. was once Fence", "Sarasota Landscape",
Religious Emphasis the James Archer Smith Hospital "Tar Nets, Boat", a portrait anda stead. ,
Week Is Announced treatment. flower still life. I Rote were reminded that a BLDG.
I Mrs Atkins was uninjured except Mr. McIntyre studied at the ladies' night meeting would bel I
A "week: Ot-religious emphasis II far bruises. American Academy of Art In Chicago I held on Wednesday evening
beginning Sunday, Mar. 30, Is I Mr*, Rousseau had spent the fall the Dayton Art Institute and i I:28. I N. Krome Ave.
planned by the Homestead Presbyterian I:and winter with Mrs Atkms, and the Art Students' League In New I llnmrstead. FloridaEight
Church'as preparation for 'they i were on their .way to Key York. WANT ADS PAi'
the Easter season, announces the Rev. George H. Ricks paitor. The i,i take passage for Havana.
week will be climaxed by a pageant I Mrs. Rousseau was taken from i
presented Sunday night, ]I I the hospital Thursday to Mrs. At
April 8, by the young people of kins' home on Avocado drive.
the church I I ---- - -
Invitations to participate In the Little Mabel, aged six. had r 1.lls of Fire
week of services have been extended ''part In the school exerclref. She
to the following ministers was much pleased and learned her
of Presbyterian churches on the I part quickly and sold it over loudly -
lower Florida east coast: 'I and rapidly. It ended with th.
The Rev. Archie C. Ray, new ,:words "and plead the cause of c and how they can travel
pastor of the Memorial Presby.tenon I,the I poor and needy, which sheshouted
Church of West Palm' 10 loudly that ,she couldi
Beach; the Rev. Marshall Pilken- i!i i hardly be understood. you like fireworks, and whodoesn't
I 1 I Just before leaving for the exercises -
ton parlor of the Hollywood Pres-{
byterian Church: Dr. J. V. Johnson '{i her mother-decided to hear il'i really too bad you
pastor of the Westminster her say the part again and asked can't tee what goes on inside that
Presbyterian Church of Miami ;and her to repeat It more slowly. Then sparkling big Buick FIREBALL eight ,
the Rev. Daniel Ivenson, pastor of'!!'i she discovered to her horror that that so easily down the
romps you
the Shenandoah Presbyterian J Mabel was saying "and feed the
Church of Miami. I,cowL They are poor and need it.EX. ", broad highway.

At the morning service, Sunday, I
March 1ST: Mr. Ricks will conclude': There you'd tee eight busy cylinders

his series of messages on great).e ane" ask topic. Dr. C. F. Robinson ,with pistons flashing up and, a,
masterpieces of art by using Mof-J will have charge of the down. .
mann'i picture, "Christ In Geth- music. I II

I You'd see tack fuel charge packed f
tight into a tiny bundle shaped like
Walker's Austex Chili Con Carne a flattened ball. .

Walker's Austex'Tamales

Walker's Austex Beans with Chili GravyThese You'd see the spark leap, the flame."F ,
spread, the piston thrust down with

delicious foods for sale by extra force as each furious fireball.

ALL GOOD GROCERS lets go its pent-up wallop.

WALKER'S AUSTEX: CHILI CO. You'd see all this happening as fastas

Austin, Texas) thirty limn second in tack of those

eight cylinders-and we think you'd

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BATU PL .CA ear THE EGGS So you art six yean old For
*.*. ..- slats six long yean you have been *
I. o-hAft d .... ..T_ (UsA Of MRS WATER living mortal, learning loving and

-f&VG- OMMSJisIiSllr r laughing.For .
._ mix year you hive watchedthe
Farm .- QAC& season come and go. You
Philosophy have teen the trees put on a man.
tie of green in the spring and cut
Live and help live. cool shade In the summer's heat
Sell your feed on the hoof. I And In the fall you have seen the
Be very proud that you art not trees drop their leaves to cover
proud. : ; I the grass and roots of flowers to
Do as the weedpeckers do: Use protect them from winter's cold
Y your bead. SSffaj AtWt O>r SPAIN f wind and snows.

I A winner never quit, and a "- .- t You have seen the robins build
; quitter never wins. OLD. fORT MAA/OAf. ST.AV6VS7tNE COST SPAM their nests you have seen their

The garden Is the best payingacre SO /JUCH,30' 000 ) THAT ,THE SP NISH' little blue eggs and you have
of the farm. RLE.R495 UD TO COAWAW TttAT/75 afiSTfOHSANO watched the mother birds feed
Just pretending to be rich keeps CtG7VS (CONNECTNGALES) /tWSrW their babies. You have seen them

some folks poor. BEENAOE Off SOliD SI/.YER.f t grow stronger and stronger, until
Recipe for long life: Do not exceed they were able to fly away
the feed limit. You have learned to creep, and
.: Borrowing trouble Is the wont THE IdAUS OF PAC then to walk and run and jump.
i kind of debt. OLO Ft'llr.llZSS' PRE 12 FEETrfrCd You have learned to talk and laugh
You can absolutely depend ont qr THE "ASH ANO and sing You have learned to
Luck If you put a P In front of It. 9 FEET Rr THE TOFFI ride a bicycle and swim and .kat .
: A small jack can lilt a car, but Oh, you'vt learned many thing
It bikes a loc of "jack" to keep It And the wonderful stories you
up. j know-the cow that Jumped over
t The money the other fellow has : the moon the little girl that was
Is capital; getting It from him Is frightened when a spider tat

labor.A -,..:'. .- 110 beside her the man who
; husband Is like an egg; If kept as .1 kept his wife in a pumpkin, Jack
too long In hot water, he become .. ---'. .. ''''()'' ''- who climbed way up a bean stalkto

hard-boiled. ....'j;,,,,t",,,,,,,."' .Jlrft, -'...--..... ........ -..,I ..". +.IStIrc. such unbelievable adventurei.
The world owes every man a living They are all true. Yes, and all
but every clan must do his the other stories that you know
t own collecting. I .. gudoclo buncombe, a man of utter yY I ire also true In that glorious land
J The man who Is cruel to dumb indecision harassed by the fear ota I LIBRARY FACTS at Childhood,just as Is Santa Claus
S animal would be cruel to folks U CURRENT mental breakdown a victim of ,md the Easter Bunny and the Gob-
he were not a coward"UncleTom" Hitler's wiles despised by the: Tins of Halloween. And to think
Marks In Progressive Farm. I COMMENT fuehrer and other who have had AND FANCIESBy I:you have learned all that In only

er. cont.ct with him particularly by i I'I'nH 'six years.
sow-ww.www.w Br AGNEW WELSH the French with whom he signedin MBS. J. E. GAUZENS We who call ourselves your el.

p 1935 a peace accord. Jers have not progressed nearly so
Children in Court 1- ., . :much In the past six years as you

.. By Judge Malcolm lUtfleld .. II. 11'.... wk-saw. Milo Perkins 'administrator of LIBRARY, HOURSMsaiay. 'lave. We have not acquired anything *
; M to se og het_"Centime.lath.. e as 98040" the federal marketing bureau for Wedaesdsy Thursday like the amount of knowledge .
with kb ...._ Aileron..wewt. surplus foods, predicts that this l-' you have gained. But wt
A DANGEROUS PHILOSOPHY 1 to A.wrw wawa. sea N. ssets I Ie due for economic I p-m. lave been the road
an over
11- a'h. country 19a. a-I you are
at" Tuesday, Friday, PoIt I'
: A peculiar kind of
philosophy "crackup": somewhere In the pres. Saturday, !-11 a. ntj 1-' PoIt now starting out so bravely upon.
I was unearthed in court when a A news story makes a big ado ent decade. Haven't they always We know the pitfalls that lay In
.;. teacher reported that a delinquentboy over the finding of a red crow.I followed w.ra' m. your path, we know the obstacles,
contended that he would be That's nothing: Isn't a blackberryred There has been a strong demand I ind we know where the going will
\ I making a spectacle of himself if hewere when It's green? 'I 'Out of California comes this sage, lately for books about America be rough We can not remove the
to prepare a lesson or answera .0. advice: there I* no such thing as that fit an aroused patriotism, that I obstacles, nor can wt smooth out
J.1 question correctly. I I One of the phunny phellows saida expert opinion on a horse race recall the nation's past, explain :Its I ill the pitfalls; we can only blast
This youngster always guessedthe bachelor Is an Individual who when a no-good turf-pounder won present or hold out hope for its the trail for you.
: wrong answer to every ques realised that matrimony was not at Anita track. This happened soon future. One publisher calls It ".n! The shadow that you cast as you
tion. His instructors would have compulsory. That Is about on a lifter a lot of people lost their American cult"Publishers start out In the morning of your
been amazed had he ever shown par with the definition for an old shirts betting on Blmelech at are alert to any life Is quite long. It points the
i the remotest sign of Interest in any maid "an unclaimed blessing." Hialeah track. Remember what. change in the pulse of public tasteas way to the West, and each day you
school: activities. I I Mark Twain .said "There.. Is evidenced)' the following travel that shadow will grow
1 There Is little doubt that the The civilized world pays to pests two times when you should not examples. The Jacket on a forthcoming shorter and shorter, until that day
boy possessed more than the aver. a frightful annual cost in the destruction bet: when you can afford it and spring book says It Is "An when you suddenly realize there
age ability because Intelligence of food for man and when you can't"Chairman American Novel" without clearly' Is no shadow pointing westward
quotient was 108. Why his parent beast The damage to grain and stating its subject or setting. An-I but instead It Is now pointing to-
I permitted him to waste his time In I Diet of the ward the East
I mill feeds alone I Ie placed at three congressional other publisher In describing: a toward the land
school I Ie beyond comprehension. hundred million dollars. Investigating committee, forthcoming novel whose settingIs from whence your Journey started,
I Somehow this youngster had visions a million Germans South In Europe contends that American I toward that glorious land of Child
i conceived the idea that It was exeeedingly I i America ready to rise up for the readers know that political hood. Now each day you travel
witty to aisume a dunce- An examination ot 8,000 human fatherland. Those Germans left boundaries have nothing to do with that shadow reaches farther and
like attitude. Therefore, he proceeded Jaws by Smithsonian experts re. the homeland to better themselvesand a good book. farther back toward Childhood
to uphold the reputation he veals that the majority of us are"wopperjawed" in all probability their thrift.industry . I.nd. as If reluctant to leave It, as
had made by always turning In with the right and economy Is bringingIts If striving to cling to the things .
blank pages whenever an examination ..side of the lower jaw .IIbtl1lon- rewards and they will be In no Then comet question as to that were once so clean: so pure,
was given Being an exceedingly er than the left This la more hurry to forsake this to turn themselves what Is a novel which was easier 10 true! You art growing, little
pronounced In women than In men. mob that I to argue about a few years ago ad of six
popular student It wa not into a howling ; and all too soon your
before No I didn't say It was because German does that before their numbers ran up Into ambitions .
long a halt dozen other pupils not the type nor will change to realiza..ions
they used their jaws more but the the thousands each year. However
Benedict Arnolds .
adopted the same tactics. mean they are -or regrets.
Idea I* worth considering anyhow.A the dictionary says: "A novel is a
When called upon by a teacher to or Lord Haw-Haws.
explain a proposition they too e fictitious prose narrative of sufficient Tact the world, my boy; be unafraid
French woman of known manufacturers' association length to fill one or more
would stand with grins on their A before its changing mood.
facet and flippantly reply, "Goih acumen who wields a prophetic says that about eight hundred I I volumes, portraying characters and Build your own perspective weigh
I how pen as a Journalist, discusses making action representative of real life
should I know or "You'vt industrial plant are now log evil well against the good
r got me there, teacher. Of count, Benito Mussolini in Esquire magazine planet or plane parts. Fifty of continuous plot" This leaves
the entire clans and thinks he U on the way engines 35 -I11 very elastic band for writers to
always chuckledat these are building propellers Shrewdly Batter son, your elders,
out and that the final will be use since there is no word of selection ,
their wlttlclsmf. ; 40, Instruments: M, complete give them freely of your ears;
I' t The hands of the school authorities short and swift She paints 'him planes. That should soon get I and style. Let them fill you with, thejr folly,
Were tied, because each of at a moral, mental and political us up In the air. Handling a plant I let them talk of hopes and fears.
the-e boy belonged to prominent coward masquerading under bra,. is contrary most problem of the'I Homer Croy In writing to his
families who would not toleratethe world for It I II easier to getup thanto publishers said: "You have asked Temper what they tell you: pit

suspension of their children. they had not realized how serious get down. I I me to tell something about myself.: your youth against their doting
The entire group of students was their east was and sincerely: hoped I ana pleased that I have lived age;
finally brought Into court for 11- that he would grant them and their Oswald Garrison VllUrd made such a lift that I can Tell AIL I 'Know that even fools may often
legally ride to a football parent an interview. At the end In a recent "column' this terrible was born on a farm and still think prattle with the wisdom of a
game on a'f'I train. Even of three days they were permittedto 1 I prophecy: "In my judgment after city people' will bear watching sage.
though their parent tried every appear in ", when I I I. lifetime spent on reporting oa Have written fourteen novels. Two
conceivable method to persuade they promised:at'to.fall below a 'notional affairs and commentingon of them were right good: the others Wisely doubt each truth, but provIng

the judge to release them he "C" grading la any subject If the. them, this republic will cease were what you think. Wrote, more It then value it the more;,
steadfastly refused and held the Judge would only allow them to to exist the day this bill (lease- if Will Rogers' screenplays than Know that growth Is nurtured by
boy hi a detention home for two serve out their sentence at home. lend) is passed." I have too touch my other living human being. My the dust of those who've gone.
weeks. On the day scheduled for Realizing that he had accomplishedhis faith In the Judgment and good biggest successes art: "Writ of thtWater before.Know .
i their hearing he committed each purpose the judge, with show sense of our citizenry to think they Tower" and "They Had to
one of the boys to the reformatory of reluctance finally consented to would tolerate its collapse. Admitting See Paris? He further explains that words art empty vessels
I for. three yean and) suspended their request and placed them on, that It ls easier to do than that Thoreau gave him the idea for used to mold the speaker's
further JudgmentSeveral probation Under the custody of undo any foolish thing. I, think his new novel about Mr. Meek and thought;
I day later, the bon sent their school: superintendent Three that when they are convinced of MM trouble with the poll tax. Oat Know that knowledge taco experience
word to the judge through the matron rears later each of the boy graduated any error they will rise up and demand tight he was reading about Henry Is knowledge weakly
of the detention home, that with honors. Its correction. i I I (Continued on Page Five) wrought! ;


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Friday. MarcK 14 1&41 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE hire Five ;

Matthew. Beth Moffett, John Those present and Carolina. January 2.. He
lI1i llIIlIl l1IlIIllIIllllllJrlUllllllllUi enjoying the South on was originally
Tower. Fourth grade. Mildred occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl I I -"Ad Astra Chapter O. E. S |William Arthur Dunkerley and Is

Fisher Carrie Fitzgerald Gwen- Deden Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith, was honored last Wednesday evening believed to have legally changed

20 Years AgoIIDlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmmlU dolyn Hiner, Barney Murphy, Kate Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lehman, Mr.and by a visit from Grand Worthy this earn to John Oxenham. Writing -
I Prom Thelma Redd, Roberta Mrs. Frank Rye Mr. and Mr*. ::Matron Mr. Emily Jeffries After was at first only an alternative'from

I Shelby. Third grade, Von Cell Cha T. Fuchs, Jr. Mr. and Mr*. ,the regular business two new business but afterwards became -

I Conner, Doris Morton Lille Mae Fred O. Gamer, Miss Prindle, Mr*. i I members were received Into the his real profession "Hidden

Lee, Myrtle Morgan Doretta Berry and Fred Redd." I chapter, Mn. W. M. Bradley and I Years" by this author may well be

TW fallowing lUmt tat" Russell, Ruth Walt, Orlando Wal-'' -"W. J. Krome I la In Tampa this I. Mr. C. I. Gault . The husbandsof 'included in your Lenten reading.His .
1.00 ,... fit" 01 the ao..w.da. lam. Second grade, A: Marie week attending a meeting of the tome; of the members are talk I' daughter Elsie Jeanette Ox-
._1M Beath...5Si.h.d Rennet. ..Deaver.. IL 5115.an and Campbell, Julian Carmichael Florida Citrus Exchange." I:ing about appealing to the electric enham, la. the author of sixty-odd

-. ?. IMI. wltk w a44. dred Sullivan Ovid Sullivan,Po.'ul.1 -"A girl was born to Mr. and :light plant not to grant the O. E. S. books, most of which are novels
..... Looms vah Taylor Anton Waldm. Mrs. Harry Dodson on February :an extension of light to their I for school girls

ond grade, B: Gertrude I wives will get In by 12:30 at least.
: .
llth .
-The rrra Life school .t the oConeratulatlonr'"T a a
Logan Freed, Jane Sntelser, Louise I .They sty they just can't play I
close of each scholastic month Smith. First grade Burton B. Webb returned to Bhe library has recently acquired
nursemaid longer than that.
read the names of those student Emna Cahoon ;/Oa 1 Homestead last week after veralmonthl' the latest revised edition
-'I.'he Ice plant had a rather
who have excellent record in Carrie Belle Caves, Edith Glenn, stay In Miami, and has disastrous accident last week. One ,of "The Standard Cyclopedia of

scholarship, deportment and at- William Krome. Montese Pacetti,I opened the Standard Grower of the engines ton loose and broke 'Horticulture" by L. H. Bailey Also
tendance. The following pupils packing houseJ'Ro.ebud "The New Garden Encyclopedia" -
have been designated! M honor roll Ralph Seckinger Eva Sullivan, things up, doing about $4,000 of edited by E. L. D. Seymour
Elfreda Walker, William Wall Umphrey, daughterof damage." Florida
( City)
for the fourth month: First published by Wise and
pupil Florida City: Fifth grade R. G. Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Umphrey "Harry .Argeti of New York Companyand
James Waring, Roy Benson, copyrighted in 1941."The .
trade. Orms, Jack Rhodes, Mabel Robertson -: was married to Frank T. Johnsonof City, tau leased the soda fountainand
Ruth Crews Alma Holland, Lau- New Garden Encyclopedia"contains .
Albert Roger Fourth grade Miami on Sunday last at the retail confectionery and pastry
!its Pearson Aline Cauley, Virginia many new pictures, materials -
Earl Field, Nancy Jackson Irene parsonage of the First Baptist business of Cha T, Fuchs, Jr. and
Herlong. Annie Kyle, Edna on soilles gardening, methods
Rohrer, Marian Robertson. Third Church, Miami the ceremony being intend to
run strictly
Young, Billy Russell, J. B. Spark- of combating pests, science of
grade, Harold Dietz, James Field,i performed by Rev. Dr. White.I Mr. Fucha.will devote hit
man Jr. Second grade: Agnes 1 blodynamlcs, wildflower gardening
Lillian Rhodes, Marianna Taylor, The young couple' have gore to attention In the future entirely to ,
Collastcheck, Ebeneezer Woodward flower arrangement and
Evelyn Tracy. Second grade, keeping house at Ninth and F the bakery business, which has
Harry Donald Wright.Talbot Marcus Cecil Joseph Kling, Robert Rohrer.I where they have a fine home . ." developed greatly In the part few I I s;other deners.features of interest to gar
Parker ,
Rawles, George Turner, Either First: grade, Lloyd Field, Carl "Brooks, 'the Orange Man', month :* ha also leased the ]I 1 __ ____
Milliard. Gertrude Golf, Doris Roger was in Homestead on Tuesday<< on pool building to Fred Link." ,

Kerfoot Elizabeth --"The preachers of Homestead, a business trip. Mr. Brook has . ... .. :Be sure that
Conner, Myrtle I Y. y y y y. . y. .. fVTffffV? your eye are aa
Roberta. Third grade: Jamie Murray active and retired organized a local brought many strangers Into this toed aa your brakes-have them
association Tuesday last, electingDr. Homestead section who went away LIBRARY FACTS
Thelma Loper, Hedwlg Rutz- ', tested at least once each year
C. P. Jackson president and delighted with what they saw and
ke, Gerald Hoiack, Kathryn Cast,
Isabel Russell, Lawrence Campbell Dr. J. A. Sutton**secretary of the I I heard:" &AAA4A4'.""A A4AAAAAAAAContinued i>n. F,1'.ARCIIERAND

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Lawrence Wood, George -"Roy Oiteen has outdone that ( From Page Four) SON
Barnes, Charles Davis, Tillman -"Dr. and Mrs. I, N. Polk returned I famous smile of his by a mile at!
Thoreau of Walden Pond and by
Pearson Lillie Greer, Ben Pitts, Tuesday afternoon to their least The reason Is a young perronwho the Consulting Optometrist
next morning the main plot of
Loy Woodburg. Fourth grade: home in Sulphur Springs, Texas,I arrived at his house, Just after i i
"Mr. Meek Marches On" was well ICI W. fUiler St. Miami Flo
Mildred Graham. Miles Wever, after a visit with H. W. Johnston we went to press last week." | .
I developed but it was a month later
Hubert Wever St. Elmo Young, ; and family."A ." ..
"Mrs. C. M. Redd, mother ot before he began writing the story.' C 4t.iCrouse
Robles McCaskllU Lena Shepherd.I number of friends were entertained -! the Redd brothers, and Mn. Bart- . e i

Edwina.Fifth grade Mills: Ellen Margaret Hilliard Roberts Maurice at card by Mill Othelia ton, mother of Mrl. C. M. Redd, John Oxenham, British poet and Dir.rton..of....TN. for A."rk.s up."'....1..11''''
-i Fuchs at her home Monday night arrived last Friday on a visit from novelist, died at Worthing Sussex (
Jenness, Crystal Roberts,
Luella Simons. Sixth grade:

:Audrie McSweeney, Paul Jenness,

Myoma Kahl, Richard Roberts,

Pauline Lloyd. Seventh grade: 1Y

Chester. Hawley Tessle Kyle,
Margaret Tousseau Eighth grade:

Eleanor Bauer Edna Shepherd,

Doris Wever, Grace Shepherd,
:Annie Kerfoot." j

-"Roll of honor for the Homestead -

Florida City Schools. For

the week ending Friday, February4th I .
: Senior clan, Jacqueline
Edwards, Stella Hook, Lois Moser,
Walter McVicker Vernle Rohrer,

Harry Webster, George Whltte-
more. Junior class, Thelma I

Douthit, Mary Ferrell, Dorothy
Tower Sophomore clan, John

Brockett, Cornelia Cutbert, Vivian I

Free, Alverda Selby, Mary Tower.
Freshman class, Dessie McCul-

lough, Myrtle Webster. Eighth

grade, Helen Brooker, Rita Fitch, Strttmliiur "TorftJt" Six Suit Carps J92J* (tt lilts Mtmll" exits. )
Fay Hamon, Margaret Jackson,
Marian Loom, Preston Loveland,
Leona Matthews, Arietta McCul-

lough,' Jennie Sue Norton, Edrie

Becker.Norton Tower., Willie Ollie'Seventh Robertson Chandler grade,,, Mary Alice Rose A Pontiac tells you all about itself

Ferrell. Sixth grade Mildred

Brotherd, Elsie Geiger, Etta Bary

Mayes, Arthur McCullough. Fifth ftowlittle if costsTOV /
grade, Elsie Campbell, Llda Ann except
Lee Mary Elizabeth Krome, Earl

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whale of a car the Pontiaclots "
,Is.The Dew Pontiac speaks lot Itielf and
is Mils you clearly hat a smarter, roomier,
..._HCIia8 cf will be bird to find.
tune this Pontiac needs our
when somebody Mrs "It's'too
high-priced for me." Tint's when we go
lo work, and here's what. we tell them{
With aU of in tire,its beauty,ill"espan-
sive" look. Ponl ac'. prices are so close to If you plan to buy sew
WORKI the "lowex-priced three" thai the differ SIZE AND LUXURY, Nor will you CM cat soon U7..Ie.ew Pontiac now.Youlllean
nee is only a few dollars per mooch. any Impression of low COM from the that way why Pontiac owners. are
roominess mod luxury inside its our most enthusiastic chat ae....... And
r handsome body by ;o'.a Pontiac is remember, if you can afford .n. saw car
I tailored and tiled SO compare ftranblf /*e see *jj nt*ami PMwi d
...idllbe finest car oa the road.ECONOMY .
you want ,done, let II
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the man that knows Tfafffacrut
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how, do it. No job "
L..I .:41 tat MI swr foe us mtttanue !j

too snail or too big. COMFORT You will never guns from a . .. 4OftO' em tea ea"we...*
[.twat "
ride la a Pontiac that lee a low-priced or.PDorlsc . ""'! .00
AT swwwmaaps
Prices right.GROVER perfected TrlpUOuhiaewdRide"
is conceded lo be without equal in When you own a Pondnc. DJh.rwIlk"' ... SWM I
any car M soy price.You can *o oa and o* however, you realize that if* a UckMuMd Am ytie's4 ......... and emttsrkt_ I
ia a Pootisc. and step out relaxed and miser with ns and oil and remarkably ttf frittt-jeer It tkuigi Mtl uttict
mud at the cad at the trip. trouble-fife ia the bargain. May til sot set U MM M Mf towel



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r I I Homestead High-Lights II I! Strict. To Law Highway Enforcement Death- Toll Is Answer, Says Bird-: .

I In the opinion of,Preston B. Bird, or road surface factors. Thus, {the

1 H. II. S. Growers May Need Rabbit's !chances I* their on reward the cakes for selling most law Homestead enforcement Pontiac If the dealer answer, strict totratflc' overwhelming accident proportion and death of due automobile to

I r- I toll. law violation should shock and
i Foot at Gainesville Tournament I A* for our clinic w* want to ."Highway casualty statistics Indicate astound all thoughtful people, according -
j I thank Mrs. White and whoeverelse the principal cause and the to Mr. Bird.
i i* concerned with securing donations obvious cure for the appalling automobile "It Is Incomprehensible the
By Edaa Forte l.Ishmcnt under the basket. His for the clinic. We very death toll In the United American people art utterly Indifferent .
t Homestead a* you all know was, playing certainly contributed fortunate In receiving a nice blue States," Mid Mr. Bird. "Details to their own live and property -
ranked first In the drawings for. much to Homestead's success blanket and a hot water bottle. furnished by the National Safety and completely callous to
the district tournament and playedthe I1 i We were ranked tint in the district W* are still In need of sheets and Council disclose the major cause more than 30,000lnnece..ry
f first game Friday, March T, and I can really say that the I pillow slips and we would appreciate I of fatal accidents I I. reckless or incompetent I death every year. Few American
I, in Miami Edison gym. With a: boy ranked first In their playingand any effort to help us secure driving, and show that! homes have been spared the lost of
striking victory the Grower beat let no one down. them. i more than two-thirds of all fatal relative or friends a* the result
i St Patrick., 31-27, Saturday. The boys are busy now getting accidents Involving pedestrians are of traffic accident
( t The Grower played Pompano I their suitcases packed for Gainesville : ELEMENTARY NEWS due to thee violations of the traffic "The American motorist is not
\ at 11 o'clock and won 47At; where the state tournamentwill I laws. There are laws enough on the purposely or Intentionally a potential -
I S o'clock Saturday evening the be held this year. Anyone By Clarice Dodsen statute books, but they are not murderer, and the American
I Grower met Redland and won the having a left hind foot of a rabbit, Miss Jackson Is very sick In the strictly observed or enforced" pedestrian Is not purposely or intentionally .
I game J4-1S. This made Homestead shot by a cross-eyed negro In the Jackson Memorial Hospital and Only eight per cent of the fatal bent on' suicide; but
I I all-district champion.. dark of the moon had better send her pupil wrote her a letter. traffic accidents In 1939 were]I both motorist and pedestrian easily
Ralph Delllnger made the all- it to the team at the Arlington Mrs. Edwards' room has a border caused by defective vehicles, the form foolish and dangerous h.blta.
tournament team. It teems to me Hotel because they might need It. Pontiac dealer reported when Interviewed When these are not restrained or
of kites
of original drawings '
and everyone else In school and around the room. They have just I,!'! yesterday. Only! four percent I II punished, they quickly become the
out that they "klnda" overlooked i I were attributable to highway usual and general practice.
Student Council Tells the
poster on
I put up a writing
James Sullivan. He was next to bulletin board. I j l I "Beyond any question, most of
highest, scoring 40 point, while Of School Flag ProjectBy I II I the more than 30,000 American
Leonard Greer of Redland cored Mrs. Thurman'i pupils had their Miss Iva Dval Elected lives doomed to be lost In highway
41. In addition to this grand showIng Annette CampbellAn first lesion in letter writing last To Office in Sorority accidents this year could be saved
we want you to take Into consideration assembly was held Friday week, and they wrote a letter to by honest enforcement and strict
f that James probably discussing the approaching school Arthur Hester who I I. 111 In the Miss Iva Dyal. daughter of Mr. observance of the existing traffic
I covert more territory than any carnival with Katherine Orfanedes hospital and'Mrs. E.! J. Dyal, was recently law."
other man on the team and work In charge of the devotionals. The pupils of Miss Ray' room elected to the office of marshal of
harder and takes plenty of pun- Warren Robinson speaking for the are struggling with the "four I her sorority, Delta Delta Delta. She Had Proof
J- I Student Council which 1 raising times" tables. They received a
Miss Dyal, a junior at Stetson University The Congressman' sister was
for a school flag, discussed green ribbon for their Dutch
money Is active in various campus
I rhree Dade Awarded accustomed to keeping an eye on
Boys the advantages of the move. A painting that was in the Fruit Festival affairs.
I him while at home. On this occasion
Prize Money in ChicagoBy donation from the grades was then : aNNNNNNNNNINN N/MNNMNNNN ...NNNNNNNI she called him up at Washington
presented to go on the flag. Robert Lewis 1* a new pupil of distance.
Katherine OrfanedesJoe The seniors announced their I Mrs. Hood's room. The pupils have Homestead Girl ScoutsBy "What have you been doing?"
Scales Irom Edison TrumanByron contestant for the popularity con- made a border of tulips and Dutch Mary Suber, Scribe she demanded.

from Andrew Jackson and I Ptrman test: Mildred, Mane Bell Pcrryman Theda Ardel Proc- girls around the room. They books also ......___.__..H..........._...._ "What do you mean?'"
have some new library
Jack Luff from
man Ponce won a "Don't try to fool me. I read the
trip to Chicago March 1 when tor, Charlotte Geronimo, Wave which the children are enjoying We sang a round of longs to paper Yesterday they said the
they entered the Central Florida i Horton and Rose Peterson. Each very much. begin the meeting with. The Speaker didn't recognize you".-
exposition poultry judging grade then discussed Its activitiesIn Mrs. Cooper's class received two achievement chart was checkedfor Great Northern Railway Bulletin.
the carnival. The Student those who had worked at the
test They were elected as con-I green ribbons for exhibits at the
best judging team in the Council which will have the dancing Fruit Festival. scout booth at the feitlval. Those I
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each had come within the concession, gave a preview of Mr Bird' class Is making kites who had worked received a gold
of the first ten. Jack was tint its hot spot with several studentsdancing. star on the chart. :
; for her kite contest.
I 1
Truman, eighth; and Joe, tenth We alto checked tbe games
Truman who has had Assembly closed with a pep session Mrs. Moser's class I I. very sorry I of the flowers that we had worked I
: yearsof 1'11"1"1"111"1;
clubwork for the district tournamentand that Billy DuBois and Junior and on at the fair Tu..day.Our .
won scholarship to
Gainesville and haj a applied for the]I the singing of the "Star Spangled Robert Alexander had to be homework for next Tuesday '' :;
Banner"Home ferred. Her class has had
trip to the. national camp held In I,absences because of trans-1, Is to find the flowers that ,I
June at Washington, D. C. He also can be used a. perfumes. We are
displayed the best dozen eggs In EC Department Has! Mrs. Wynn pulpls were very also to bring; a report on whether 1 I II ;
the show. sorry that their teacher had to be we can go to Rugged Key if the
Jack also had applied for the New Dishes and BlanketBy absent because of Illness last week. ,expenses are $2 per person. _I Free Parking Space ::
: Mrs. West took her place. The After our meeting was over w*
Washington trip. This trip is .:iT.reIH | nit N. W. SITU ST. MIAMI:
awarded to two boys and two girls class I* glad to have Ruth Byrum I practiced counter-marching, single
In each state. The home ec cake ale of last!back after a long stay at the hospital i tile! and forming {anks. Jolyene i PHONE t-tm j
Joe Campbell make a trio In week made enough money to buy I 'Mock'w. hostess. i
boys' application from Dade some dishes for the home ec department ,
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County. Mrs. Hlndman has,
The boys did not win honors planned on taking Katherine Or-
alone, for the girls' team including anedes; Charlotte Geronimo letsDent I
Amy Jane Hern, Dorothy June Geneva Vann and Ruby Cal-
Lee and Carmel Prato placed I lahan' with her to Miami to help)
third. Amy Jane was sixth in electing the dishes. ]

Judging of the big ten. In the state, I'
The girl don't feel too bad about

not BumgartnerLucille winning, for last year Dobson Barbara and Turner's Funeral Home OF THESE FAULTS

Martha Casey won the trip. They Z4-HK AMBULANCE SERVICE j'

i feel they can practice up for another Lady Attendant f f'I
year and then make the de- Phone 5M-R Homestead, Fla. ?
I aired showing.The .

group went up with 1ST . .
chickens and 36 dozen eggs and returned .
with all those plus 1201 I ". (C*" ".(.'1'" .t:'.!"' <
DR.M.A.BERGERDentist . -;r '". '. :. : ; ',.
prize money Lacks Power and Speed? ;,.. ."( ,

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: .::1 By Bob Spear .
: I j. Uses Too Much Gas "
Dr Elliott\ j i. working with Mr. Office Hours 8:30-4:30: ., s ?', I.i.1.; I.f,
a Coktr to for the :!., 'Ili'V
t secure safety ,
I \ ; ; .*" Vibrates or runs rough? ';
patrol boys their annual trip to Open Evenlan by Appolntmenf ,. h i

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, .. Friday.Mareh.14, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Seven

.. Treaty of Wesfchester Y.., left I. Miami and their daughter Maur-'[la short visit with his son and '
Wednesday after spending two Ine, were guests of Mr. and Mrs daughter-in-law, the Rev and Mrs
weeks with Ma, and Mrs. Doyle 'Jo* Nicholson SUdda7.FLOIUDA W. RowelL ,
and .Around1lomesfead at their home An Coconut Palm :"'
In drive. Mr. and M-; : F.: M. Batchelor Z
CITYBy are spending two'Wftk.. in Dade )

W. O. Talbott was taken to his Mrs. W. W. sever City on business

Jiome In Goulds yesterday from Fred Barker-has secured employment 4
the James Archer Smith Hospital
In Key West. Mrs
Mrs. Rudolph Mattson I
spending -
where he had been a patient for
Barker and Charlie visiting
this week visiting her sisters, son are -
lith' past week. Mn. Claude High and Mrs. Dan Mrs. Barker's parents, Mr. and

Mr and Mrs. Luther L. Chand- Miami arc announcing the birth of Haberlandt, In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Degler during Mr.Barker's .
I The Rev. and Mrs. Allen West
ler of Goulds are announcing the a seven-pound daughter In Jack-, of LounvlUe Ky. are announcingthe Mn. Mattson will.make Key West absence."

., birth of a seven-pound five- son Memorial Hospital on Wed- birth of a seven-pound daughter ,their home. Mr. and Mrs. P.: A. Bowman and ".
. nesday. Mn. Moore is the former -
ounce daughter, Linda. In, the Janice Marie. born Mar. S inLouisville. daughter, Rhoda Jean, left last
'Miss Esther Done, daughter of Mr. and Mn. Emil Peters Sr.
Archer Smith Hospital Sat ,
James .
Mr. West Is a son of week for Ruskin Fla.
'. "I Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Dona of Home- left Wednesday for Livingston
urda) Mr. and Mrs. G. A. West of Home-
jstead.I stead. Manor, :N. Y. accompanied by Earl Rohrer of MacDill Field
Mrs. John Frye who spent three I I Mn. Emil Peters Jr. and her spent the week-end visiting! hisparents
: weeks with her parents, Mr. and I Mrs. H. A. Cameron .who has Mrs. Bertha O'Shar left Wed- 'children who will return to their here.
been In the James Archer Smith home In Schenectady, N. Y.
Mrs. C. J. Parman., left yesterday
nesday for her home in Boston
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bass of
:.for her home In Toledo Hospital for several weeks recoverIng after one-week visit with Mr.
M Miami and their son, Marshal, recently
from Injuries received in a fall I Mr. and Mn. Wm. Cunningham -
t .1' pr and Mrs Jas. H. Elder ..ndi I Is expected to be able to returnto and Mrs. J. L. Hickson.Dr. of New Jersey were guests last moved Into the Caves apartment :
her homo Miss Virginia week of Walter Fred. on South Broadway.
their two daughters Betty .and Sunday.
and Mrs. H. J. Soucek and
Jane, are visiting Dr. Elder's Cameron, daughter of Mr. children Dolly and Sonny, and I habel""' I Mrs. Mable Walkup and Mrs.
i mother, Mrs. Jas. E. Elder, at her and Mrs. Cameron, plans to leave Miss Frances Hajostek who spent Miss Becker of Miami 'Ada Hartaock and children left
In New York Monday spent Sunday In Florida City.
home Epmore drive. Dr. for her home
: grove on three weeks with Mrs. J. E. Davis last week for their home In Kentland. -
\ Elder Is in the psychology depart after a one-month visit In
r left Tuesday for their home In Ind.
;: ment of the University of Virginia. Homestead. Cleveland: Mrs. Mary Ellen Clark Sergeant Lewis Aldrich, Jr. of !
MacDill Field visited relatives here
I of Nashville and her son, Guilford, Miss Antoinette E. Myer who
Mrs. P. L. Stevenson of Chicago Edward Kirby, Howard West are visiting Mrs. Davis. and In Miami from Saturday to has been visiting her niece, Mrs.
arrived Saturday to visit Dr. and and Herbert Booth, students at I I Wednesday. Edith Tamblyn of Florida City, haa
r Mrs. J. A. Smith. l University of Florida, returned to Mr. and Mrs. J. W Irwin, Mrs. returned to her home In East :
Mn. Selma Mattion returned to '
Gainesville Saturday after spending Windsor N. Y.
x. J. A. Ricks, the Rev. Ceo. H. ;
several at their homes Cape Sable after a visit of several
Sam Hickson of Miami
was Ricks, and Joe Hickson attendeda I I
taken from the Jackson Memorial ,here. conference for religious weeks with relatives here. The Woman's Missionary Society :
I Hospital In Miami to the home of I tion and a church supper at educa-I I of the Florida City Free ,t
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.Hlcklon I, Rep. and Mrs. Ceo. E. Holt of minster Presbyterian! Word was received Tuesday that t tI Methodist Church met Monday afternoon ,
in Naranja to recover Miami and their lon George, Jr.,I Miami Monday evening. Richard Mattson of MacDill Field at 2,30 olock in the ,
from pneumonia. spent Sunday with Mr. and Nil; has been made a corporal.W. church. ::
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, Curtis E. Lee.
Mm. W. H. Cast and son, Robert,
A. Rowell left for Sam Leonardt left this week fur "
Mrs. R. L. Atkinson Is visiting ; pent Sunday visiting la Fort Thursday
her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. !I Mrs. R. C. Ward; ; has been ill this I Lauderdale. I his homo in Lancaster, S. C., after New York City S

and Mrs. L. E. Pedrick, in Way- I week. I --
cross, Ga. Mrs. Flora R. Blakely of Tacoma -
Mrs Stan Olson of Sri Juan Automobile YOU NEVER KNOW .
; Wash., a former resident of ,
Miss Alta Webster a junior at I Puerto Rico, and her son, Leo, i I the Redland District Is visiting i Before saying he does not t .
Agnes Scott College In Decatur, I former residents of lIomest -d I Mrs. Seymour Dane In Redland. J Insurance need Auto Insurance a wise .
Ga. arrived Wednesday to spend I who have spent several weeks : man should glance at the '
a week with her parents, Mr. and here as guests at the home of Mr.I Chester Reddl. a patient In the nearest car-wrecker's loll
Mrs. Julian H. Webster. and Mrs. H. A. Cameron, will visit James Archer Smith HospitaL Public statistics prove that
In Hollywood, Fla., a few days be- I --.- Auto Insurance IS cheaper
Mrs. L. C. Kildoyen of Brestcr, fore they leave for Texas and California ..;; than taking a chance.
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Pelgrtm of
where they will visit rela- .
N. Y. her son, William, and niece
I Coral Gables visited friends In EDWARD STILING ,
tives. ,
Miss Ilean Durkin, are spendinga ..
South Allapattah Gardens Mon IKALTOII '
few weeks at Cronwall Cabins ".... ,.. A_...... Alii.... \
on Biscayne drive. Mn. Virgil Lyon left Wednesday day. 1_._ l.... \
I stars.o city
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for Georgetown, S. C., where -b.--
she will attend her mother who It Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weber ot_
Miss Phillips
Dorothy of Toronto /
,, who Is In Miami, spent last seriously 111. --.- -.- .
week with her brother-in-law and -I
sister, Col. and Mn. H. W. JohnMon. -) Mrs. J. D. Perkins was taken tc ,
the James Archer Smith Hospital
I Monday for treatment. J'

Mr. .and Mrs. Anton Yadlicka '
of Lawrenceville, Pa, who had Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holfertyhad ,:
been visiting Mrs. Yadllcka's son- as guests Monday. Mrs. Mar)
in-law and daughter Mr. and Reinhart, Miss Hildred Sin letary '
Mrs Maurice Kinner, left Tuesday and J. Billlngham," all of Miami. UseRedland . F
to spend some time in Miami -

! fore returning to their[ home be-I Miss Marjorie Hagaman of Staten .

Island, sister of Mrs. T. R.
iii Mr. and Mrs. Theo Moore of Doyle of Redland, and John


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1.1' . . Social Events in South Dade MENEM



I la announcing the marriageof

I Mn. William A. Kopp, the and Mn. A. F. Arthur assisted In : her daughter Anita Merle Jenkins and Mn. Sam McKlnstry ated from Pahokee High School

t *r Mill Emily Payne wa serving cookies, crystalized strawberries to Vernon Eugene Beechamof of Pahokee, former resident of 1937 and from the training ache:
t ed with a miscellaneous 'form-I mints and nuts. i Anniston, Ala. on March 2 in Homestead, are announcing the engagement -I I for nurses at Jackson Memon:

; shower by the Woman's Quest Invited were: MM. Ira Fort Lauderdale. of their daughter, Annie Hospital in 1940. She 1* now dIng
of the Homestead Presbyterian Haynes, Mn. Harry Cronwall, Mn.1 The bride 1* a native of Homestead Virginia, to Earl R. Crewman of private nursing at the hopi

Church on Mar. 9 at the manse Jean McVane, Mn. Chas. Pratt, 1 and and the attended Homestead Miami tal.

i by Mn. J. A. RIch and Mr*. T, L Mrs. R W. Johnston Mr E F. : High School. She was activein The marriage will take place Mr. Grossman 1* a ton of Mi

t Hodges. Ray, Mr*. Busha, Mrs. Harvey 4-H Club work for five yean. April S In Central Baptist Churchin Clara Crossman of Miami and >
The bride and bridegroom, who Cowman, Mrs. John Brown, Mr*. The bridegroom 1 Ia a native of Miami hat lived In Miami for the past
\ I were married In the church: on H. H. Graham. Mrs. Hugh Sherry, Anniston where he received his The bride-to-be lived In Home- yean. He 1 II a member of the a
I'j Feb. 27. had Just returned from a [Mrs. D. P. Blake, Mrs. N, Van- : education. H* has been in Homestead stead until her parents moved to counting department of Jacks<

I wedding trip to Daytona Beach. Geldren, Mn. Wm. Lounsberry, four month Pahokee in 1931. She was gradu Memorial Hospital.
In the receiving lint were Mrs. Mrs. Chas. Ooley, Mn. Jack Cat Mr. and Mr*. Beecham plan toleave --

t A. A. Payne mother of the bride, lin. Mn. B. E. Gatlin, Mrs. Vernon soon for Annlston where
I I Un. W A. J. Kopp, mother of the Jackson, Mn. Vane Harris! Mr*. they will nuke their home. I JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB GIVES PROGRAMAT

) bridegroom, Mrt. Ricki, Mn. James Nesbitt, Mn. J. R. HlcklOn,1 MEETING OF MONDAY MUSIC CLU;
I Hodges and the honor guest. Mn. Green Rives, Mrs. ROT MURRAY WEDS
The gifts, In a treasure chest, win, Mn. R. Y. Burr, Mn. Geo. HIS roaWEft"In: : -
Memben of the Stephen Foster Worm", on the bell lyre with plai
were presented to the bride by Frick, Mn. A. F, Darling M'I Roy Thomas Murray of Homestead -
j' John Hodge W. H. Owens, Mr*. Carl F. and his former wife, Mn Junior Music Club presented a accompaniment by Hilda Dodso

I. Everyone wrote some words of ion, Mrs. Frank Robinson, Mrs. 1 Lois Shelley Murray of Pavo, Ga, program at the meeting of the and Clarice Hilda and Doris" Ai
Dodson played a piano trio, \\
; advice for the bride but the words Geo. D. Ruehle, Mrs. C. Ben were remarried In Fort Lauderdale Monday Music Club this week at .
light Song" by Shackley. Curre
used Grace McLellan Tuesday by Judge Boyd H. An-
those Mr,
were only beginning Plummer,
the home of Mn. Geo. M. Frick. events were given by Mrs. J. 1
; with the Initials of the bride and Smith. Mn. Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. derson. Mr. Murray had gone to
bridegroom. Paul Haley, Mrs Lawrence Pope, Thomasville for Mn. Murray and Mrs. Frick, Mn. Jo. F Elder and Rutland Mn. R. E. Edwards, Mi
Carl Wagner and Mrs. .. \
., '. Mn. Cordon E. Dill and Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Brooks, Mn. W. H. their twelvt-yean-old ton, Billy. Mrs Wm. Musselwhite were host- .
Richard Herman presided at the Woods, Mrs. Adrian Jacobs and Mrs. Murray I I. the daughter of esses. Hutchlnson.
D. N. Shelley of Pavo. After her Junior Club members and the
punch bowl Mrs. J. M. Holferty Mrs. Mary Abercromble. Mrs. C H. Stetfanl Mn. Frick
; marriage to Mr. Murray in 1927 guests present were: Ruth ai
she resided In Homestead until and Mrs. Musselwhite were ap- Frances Rutland, Anne and Va;

HOMESTEAD P. T. A. TO HELP LIBRARY their separation ten yean ago. pointed to serve a* a nominating Rheney. Clarice, Hilda and Dor
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I I OF EACH ROOM IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL The reunited family 1* now living committee -by Mn. E. H. Collier Ada Dodson Mabel Ruth Pop
\ In an apartment in the Arthur Brandenburg and Frar
who presided in the absence of the
Schlegel residence in Flake Manor. Hausman.
it The Homestead P. T. A. executive school clinic room. president

J board voted Tuesday to give I The treasurer was Instructed: to I Mn. Bevo Webb, Junior club Senior club members and lUll
\ The CalendarMar. Included: Mn. Frank B. Rue, Mr
each room In the elementary school pay the April payment of 125.88
introduced the members
sponsor Lee Lehman
H. Mrs. Julian
< three dollars to be used for buying due on the school's grand piano
I library book or supplementary sod to have the high school piano "' of the Junior club, and Clarice Webster, Mr. W. E. Rheney, Mr

reader. tuned. Presbyterian Men' Dodson, president of the Junior W R. Bird, Mr*. H. L. Brander
) Hindman Mn. Club dinner meeting tonight at burg, Mr*. W. E. Gaby Mn Sai.
The M.
president, Mn. M. F. White Principal B. club, announced the program num-
home of Wm. C. J Davis Mn. Geo. N. Wakeflel-.
John '.
was authorized to buy pillow case W. E. Rheney and Mn. bers.
Mar. 14 Annuil exhibit of Mrs. Frank Hausman Mn.
needed in the clinic room of both Graves were placed on the nominating -
Princeton Home Demonstration Mabel Ruth Pope played a piano L. Hood, Mn.'J. Tom Vann, Mr
schools and sheets for the committee.H ,
f I Club at home of Mn. W, W. Betheaat solo, "Waltz in A Flat" by Chopin, T. B. Holt, Mn. W. F Beam, Mr
1:30: o'clock. I and Frank Hausman,. flute solos, Whitney Beam, Mn. Frank Web'
MRS. RALPH KINGMAN ELECTED HEAD Mar. 17-Meeting of Garden I "Humoresque"' by Dvorak and Mn. S. L. West, Mrs J. E. Elde
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Club at home of Mrt. H. M. "G.vat" by Grosser, with piano Mrs. E. H. Gallaher, Mrs. B. 1
: Brown_ Sr. .. accompaniment by Frances Rut- 'Gatlin Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mr
-- Mar. 17-Luncheon meeting or land. Frances Rutland played also 'Bevo Webb.Mrs. Collier, Mrs. Ru'
Mrs. Ralph Klngman was elected Present at the meeting were: .Homestead B. P. W. C. in Tapa- a piano. solo, "Rondo Cnpric- ,land, Mr*. Wagner, Mr. Edward
president of the Woman' Auxili- Mn. Edw. Stlllng, Mrs. Lee H. I wlngo Inn at 12 o'clock. cioso" by Mendelssohn. Vara Mrs. Elder, Mn. Musselwhite an
ary of St. John's Episcopal Church Lehman, Mrs. J. A. Hooks, Mrs. 1 Mar. 17-Dinner meeting of Rheney gave a solo, "The Glow Mn. Frick.

at a meeting held In the church J. E. Cauzens, Mrs Egbert, Mrs Junior Woman's Club at Tropical 1

I Friday. Mn. Henry Johnson was I O. E.. Roman, Mrs. Frank Haus "Cafe.Mar.
elected vice-president; Mn. Geo.1!man, Mrs. Haas, Mrs. Wakefield, 17-Meeting of art class
N. Wakefield was reelected :Mrs. Blackford, Mn Johnson and In Chamber of Commerce. buildingat
tary: and Mn. Henry Brooker, Jr., ,Miss Butterfleld. I 2 o'clock.
was reelected treasurer. Mrs. W. I The auxiliary will meet each Mar. IS-Meeting of HomesteadW.
K. Haas, president for the past Friday afternoon during Lent in S. C. S. circle

two yean, presided.An I the church. Mar. 19-Meeting.of HomesteadP.

educational program conducted I T. A'Mar.

by Miss Grace Butterfleldwas REDLAND W. S. C. .. HAS 21-Annual exhibit of
presented by Mn Haas, Mn MARCH MEETING Homestead Home Demonstration

R. F. Blackford and Mn. Johnson I The second chapter of the book Club In Future Farmer Clubhouseat

"Dangerous Opportunity", was 9.30: o'clock.
r BOOK REVIEW CLUB I studied under the leadership of the Mar. 24-Meeting of Jennie Lob-

WILL MEET APRIL 9t i Rev. W. E. Rowell at a meeting of dell Ck'cle'with Mn. Leslie Dit- (]

I I The Book Review Club omitted the Woman' Society of Christian ter.Mar.
Its March meeting because of con Service of the Redland Community 2t-Meeting of.Redland W.
t flicts. The next meeting will be I Church In the church Wednesday ' S. C. S. with Mn. Frank W. Stlll

: held Apr. 9.DEMONSTRATION. afternoon. man.Mar.
I The 'next meeting will be held 21-Annual exhibit of

CLUBS 'Mar. 28 at the home of Mrs. Frank Redland Home Demonstration Club

', BEGIN ANNUAL EXHIBITS I/W. Stillman, It was announced. In Redland Community Church at
{ Present were: Mr. and Mr*. 1:30 o'clock.
: The annual exhibit of work Apr. 2-Legion Auxiliary election -
Rowell Mn. Geo. E. DeueU Mrs.
done during the past ;year by the meeting at S p. m
H. J. Armstrong, Mr*. R. C Ballard -
: local Home Demonstration dub I Apr Meeting of Bow Book
Mn. M. M. Ramsey, Mr*. M.
: will be held on regular meeting I A. Baker Mn. A. M. Vivien, Mrs./: Club.
dates during the next three weeks.
Margaret -- ----
A. Har
January Mn.
Product to be exhibited are: !IJ.
and Mn. StiUman.I .
; home grown fruit., vegetables, : I
herbs and other foods; flowers I(I i:
and prnamental plant; canned
fruits, vegetables, meats, preserves PROGRAM MEETINGA .:

I and Jellies; home baked foods; I week of prayer program was,1 rfir.I.rsL,
clothing and'millinery; home furnishings presented at a meeting of the I .
: and handicraft.The Junior Y. W. A. of the First Baptist ;I II

Princeton club will hold Its Church of Homestead Monday:i

,. exhibit this afternoon at 1:30 o'- I evening at the home of Miss Mary i,
clock at the home of its president, Jo Close. Those taking part ona I :>

Mrt. W. W, The Home. program presented by Miss Ma- Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
stead club : Xeiblt at e:SO o' bel Ruth Pope were Mrs. R. E.)

clock Thursday Jn the Future Edwards, leader, Miss Dora Scott and
Miss Lola Durrett Mist : Ds p,lasting wan*of exquisitelonUmM Saturday1IARCII19202122
Mary ,
and the Red-
Farmer clubhouse; with THsanlqu, the
land club will exhibit at 1:30: o'- Melba Van Winkle and Miss dost.I, bcattrlsa Methodoomottai Cool,
clock. March 28 in the Redland Other present were; Mn. j. lijl salt; / >r.l
Close, Mist Catherine Bell. Miss '
Community Church
Emily Engle: Mill Clara Roland j
and Miss Jewel Hodge
JUNIOR CLUB TO MEET The next meeting will be held dhfJClTT I i.
AT TROPICAL CAFE April 14 at the home of Miss Scott.! qUb
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A dinner meeting of the Junior AbeofYMa I DIXIE DRUG
Woman's Club of Homestead will I., II .........- I
be held Monday evening at the r Dr. Leonard w. ilaskinGLASSES w.M
Tropical Cafe at I o'clock. ALI LR'S BLAUT9PARM ilagler Arena at crease

Those who cannot attend are ............ ta IXm4 .......... I' d III Near Oversea Highway Traffic Ughi,
asked to notify one of the host- ....... IUMl ....... 01 I
cite*. Mrs. R. J. Elliott Mr*. Harold N. R fM M. .&... rt.ca.ei.w ...teas Skmri MtCnty, O.-Jumt....ln
Oxford and Mill Fear Whta- as. =-" l .ft.-.w I

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111 I l 1MRS. I elected AT CO-ED Miss McCONNELL assistant CLASS Evelyee MEETS secretary HOME Dellinger of was the I- Rcdland rattler I

I Church Tuesday Co-Ed Class of evening Homestead of.the at the First at a home meeting Baptist of DORA SCOTT and ILA JEAN IRWIN Editor

Mrs. yf, T. McConnell clawteacher' j
- : Miss Hazel Penningtonwas
:1' elected stewarUhlp captain. Charter Members to Get they received on the original play

:L Mrs. McConnell spoke on "Ten Pan-American Club Pins and puppet show which they exhibited .
Points on Attending Church and' at the Fruit Festival. They
Sunday School" and 'Miss Ellen are busy now reading and report
In : Mrs. Herman Vann on :"Standard ef Excellence". The Redland Pan-American ins on many Interesting books.
x>l I! elected president I, Coffee and nut ban were served dub> held Its monthly meeting They decided that a minimum .<,
'"1 [t' P. T. A.: at a by the hostess. durinj the fifth period last Fri twelve books should be read dur
1 day. It WM decided that the I ing the school
: present were: Misses
i neiday evening charter
j member would' receive
'*" Alta and Ellen
Venn Miss: Norma
I show of dresses Coasman, Mist [fold-plated pint aa recognition for, Principal
I economics Hazel Garrison, establishing this Warner Speaks
Le direction of Miss Miss Anna Moon Miss Pennington ,Them member will then work for I On Social RefinementThe
I Dellinger Leon Dane, Orvll I
man wu put on. fold-filled pins by
10 \ : Irwin gaining a cer-
Other officer Myron Grennell George tain number of points for achievement senior class had charge tl
c. Kocontes
and William
Miss Jewel 1 McConnell. the assembly program last Friday
on A
Mrs D. E. moving picture will be shownat The morning.
Baahor the club discussed the state conference George Kufeldt led the
_ I officers chosen P. meeting of the Homestead which U to be held at devotional Jeanette Cox and
T. A.
1 r Turner first I tn Wednesday afternoon. Fort Myen. April 18 and J II. Bruce Wagner played a cornet:

I Mrs..Carl F. I The To raise money to tend a representative duet Carl Wagner, our principal,
B vicepresidentwas I Presbyterian Men's Club to the National Conference spoke on social refinement The
will hold dinner
t a meeting tonight In Ohio program was then
they decided turned
to pre.sent over to
at the home
of Wm. C.
WOMAN'S Payne. a play.Basketball. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cray, who

10 f"I The Gleaners-Class of the First endeavored to teach the group
n; MRS. several four-part longs.
I.. Baptist Church will meet at the Boys Leave

'I-I II Mrs. Harold !' of Mrs. Laban Bishop, Jr. For State TournamentIn The Junior class st Redland welcomed
I Wednesday at :S o'clock.
a new student Monday
;' elected president j, I NOTICE OP APPI.irATION the district tournament lad mornlnJr._, _"n_r ."am...on.. _I. nvy"ft'u_

s. t Club of FOR.11. /II.TAX.. ...DICEO.&1 week-end our boys brat Delray I Powell and she Is from Macon,
V. held Tuesday Nalco b brash .1... that B.lllwkk and Stuart, but lost to Homestead Ga. ,t
clubhouse. .1 ..... knlorr. u U...I..M* of City of Home: In the final game 24-18.
T. Cmlt. Numbered. H'5. ...... Buddy NOTII
Ir ,Other officers ..* Ilk ur of .-..... A. D. IMT koo, Lindgren and Leonard Greer were I ion OF TAX APPI DEED rfATlOX
Id : uU Onlflraw !I. mr offfeo, and has ,chosen for the, File awn
.... all-star district'
Mrs. Orin for 'HOTIU
Smith tax deed
In biiw
...... In ronUnro with .... laid '_ team. Our boy left wick .., |NKKKUY.. GIVEN that Rolll-
Wednesday I.
;: 'dent; Mrs. J. D. ",.... ,..Ituitod..._ III tko Dado followliw/ donrUiod! morning for Gainesville to play In Htun niNd tax bolder..rtm.11.uilnnoo.",of"- city III ttf ,
County .
rtorUm. and 969 dowd
I the ace -r of D..atwy.
e. vice-president; Mrs. -WN! the state tournament. How long A. D. 1921. hM filed t
Mid OHIfktttM In
Lot 6. ...
( Rraoki
In tkt to* offrc .
they and hM
klein, stay mini apptictitrim' for
recording ; City of Hnmntnd County of Dads. will.dtpend on the num tan deed to stow then in rixtrilanc

E. Gatlin ;I I ..Tko Beat*Momiont ot Horldi.nf wM prnportr undor ber of games they win. kiirtnv law. Said_..VnlflrattM.... pru|>*>rt/m.br.u. situated the In Dada wilt r.'U
t. Mrs. P. J. _Cwtlflnl.. bard wu U the name of Coa .r. .I..ht.. t..11t

J. Mrs. J. 1'. ;:, ) Unlm MM.Certificate kill b* NoWmW We Mourn Departure Town Lot .... H.McTUIiTi.......... AiUllkMl County. ,of In Do.the...
I. O. W. Calkins ': I. vordlni to Uw, tax dead will Mae theman Stated riorldo ..
j tko lath dir of April A. D. "'1. Of John Q. CaldwellWe 'In.II... .... Tko embraced; In Gr-
L L. Bow nooonnwnt ar
J. ,
poet i j, Dated. this lllk kr of March A. D. MM proporlr entire the MM Cortirinu
1: Mrs. Jas. B .. tlATHEDMAN ward WM I. the .... of Jooopk Orlf.
n Hammett were Clerk of Circuit Court, are sorry to hear that a 'k
: la otcCUIn'i Addition Ill
1. to the stag Dada County, riorkte member of our faculty Mr. John / HoOMMd, Count of Dido the,
to be held at the I'I'I ,j I I Court Bool.Br k O. STMRETT. D. C. 1 Q. Caldwell has been called to sate of No.Florida.M. ..Tko omkroeod uooumont,. Cor.tlfkvto of.
J. Club March 25-28. I III... 14 SI. IS. Apr 4. II. mil the army, for we will certainly Mid proprnr (niter the MM C.ellftwt. ,;
i. and Mrs R. A. I i miss him. We hope however, that shard WM inM Mm of JOMpk Crlf.Unkoo :i
). alternates. 'I' TAX DEED the army will appreciate his food Mid C.rtllkaushall bo n.:.... \4 tt
__ !i Cluster I74U--Art. of IMI humor and his wonderful Moordlmi U ,... loa dead will. seem them
r. I( ) Pllo A4662NOTICE singingas M as 4ho. "th day of April. A. D. I.<1.B. .
:. MERRY JANICE IS HKKPBY GIVEN that B H much as we have In the past. Mad this 11th liar d ......... A. D.
... bidder of Sate and .
Count Tan "
i. ON NINTH (; ...... /II... IIS showed the' IU liar u( B. LKATHIkHAN.:
Merry Janice A. D. Ito6boo In m, Clark of Circuit Covey
1, party on her ninth I I, f'\;.:.. to ...!..ku....moot. 1_.. tiM-:7 Oortin' n Ui o.w Mr*.CLASS Folk's COMPLIMENTED fifth grade pupils are flrouK Court 'L Dado Count*, .........

i er versary; Mrs. Wednesday Curtis E. ,'fO'I, :I h tko_' Cmntr DM following of Dado,ocrlbrd SUM W pmportirI riorldn, very 'proud of the compliment Y... 14. Br..' N.: c.Apr.STranrrr 4, It IMI r>. 0.unn.n.n :vt

. Walter Yates I 1) "tot IT Rlk. IS. rvlford a r the' .... ...........................-...................._...................-.._...
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Everitt B n Sub. rUt Book S. Pin 67.
J won prizes I In tko County of Dodo Mate ol riorldn.
A green and Tko uojoimMit of Mid property nnoor
wM Mrtlflnt wu In the saw ofUnku
used In the L
II I, saw eortlflrnt shell U roioonwd.
a green and white *
I I... to .... tko property described
was served with I will ko sold U tko kluknl bidder A SMALL
orange Juice. I the Court Howe "ooor on tho tint .....1
In tko month of April 1941, which Is .
Mrs. Lee was ftk day of April. .4I.
Dora Scott, Miss this 5th. day ) Me1941. f ( ,
Mils Barbara Jean Clark at Circuit Court HOME
Lenora Williams court Dade County. Farce.y..1. ot
Small guests ; Dr N. C. PTRRRETT. D. C.Ilia. .I
Brandenburg, Julie ;I ( .. 14. II. II. Apr. 4. 'UII

ine Mobley | : :)! i
Lewis, ED t

Everitt Rachael, Margaret Carpenter ]) i

la Davis, Sara

Turner Tlrcy Ellis, 1 I

,I penter Mary ,Elizabeth Carpenter Joan Ellis, i I II 'I ou ani' Be 1JaPB Even families with incomes under $2,000 are

\ Lee, Charles I able to build homes these days. And not just"smaU"
Richard and ,: wilhoul
I .bert Wysong, Henry homes. You can build a modern home
r Billy Turner John :,-
-and for it
out of income
t Collins, Bobby' i pay your on the

f ; Yates Nathan iI FHA Plan.
f Gosnell Charles : i I =
r (F Baxley, David : I s
I ( Mullins. I i The down payment Is usually covered by the i
I' I
j Others present I I I
i f W. Bethea, Mrs. Wm. < : building lot. And you pay the balance just i

r Dan Mrs. O.Mullins W. Shiver; Mrs. j I I DOST LET YOURSELF s like rent. But come in and we'll give you the I

j Svyers.j I I, BICOMI RUN-DOWN i story in figures. Figures to fit your home I t;

j. J. Mrs. H. K.-Foulk ([, the the condition state of of your your mind.body and your budget. i_ t
executive board
(Dade :; : 1 perchance, you are not now
I I Ws Clubs County In Miami i par, It la unwise and I\On UPI No obligation at all on your part. Even : \ ;
I I for You to suffer In :
I If I! and team how and why i though you're not ready to build, the FHA ' ;

f J t ROLLER therefore keeps happr-iby people healthy the e Plan is something you should know about. ,

i I I measures.of common-sense cor Well be glad to explain it! ::1i

i HOURS i 11I
; Children 15c I I \
I J 1:361412Stod:3ttIto8

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ICr.f March 14..19--:: THE HmiESTtf T.PAnPP.PTJTRPPPTSR Y Pmro Rl;: n

,. FESTIVAL Fritz Jackson. Pillow fate: lit let, Joe Scale Cockerel: lit :

Mr*. Fred Suber; 2nd. Mn. Frank: Joe Scale; 2nd, Joe Scales; 4rd,,

j I Hausman; 3rd,. Mn. Frank Hau. Joe Scale. -
'. man. Rhode Island ADS -1- .1
(Continued From Page Three) .j : white*-Younf

en'i department were aa follow: Looper clip-1st, Mr Gec, trio: lit, Jack Luffman; 2nd, Jack

.lIread-Whlte: lst. Mrs. J. A.. Turner Jr.Wooden (Luffman. Pullet: lat, Jack Luff- ,, RATE: First insertion 10* t line; subsequent Insertion*

Rotherham; 2nd* Mrs. Geo. M.: Cllp'-lst, Mn. Jame, man. Cockerel: 1st, Jack Lllff- Ual1Dl :

Cooper; 3rd, Mrs. C. D. Laker.,, Roberts; 2nd Mn. James Robert: man i ij {: I

Nut: lit, Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield., 3rd Mn. A. D. Smith. 'j j Bluff Plymouth rock: *-Young' FOR EXCHANGEFOR I II

Banana: lit Mrs. Geo. M. Cooper.: Tooled cooper-lit, Mn. James!!trios: Itt, Robert Seymour; 2nd,:! FOR SALE-Living, dining and '

Rolls-Yeatt; lat, Mn. C. D. McCready; 2nd, Mn. James Rob- Robert Seymour Pullet: 1st ] EXCHANCE-WU1 exchange bedroom suites, also other furniture I

Eaker; 2nd, Mrs. J. A. Rotherham, erU; 3rd, Mn. James McCready. I J. S. Lang; 2nd J. S. Lang; 3rd, ,Irl'* bicycle for man' bicycle. In good condition. Apply I

}'d, Mrs. C. D. Eaker. Ice box era'nex-IIt, Mrs. A. D. Smith. I'Robert Seymour.White Bauer drive and Country Club 1<10 N. W. 8th it, Miami. \

Hand painted picture-lit, Mn. wyandottes-Old trios: I road. Rt 1. Box 578. Mr
lit, Mrs. Geo. Wakefield; 2nd. Mr*. *. Jas. (t7-21) :
| let
Geo. M. Cooper. Orange and banana , James Roberta; 2nd. Mn. James! Robert Silber. Pullets: lit, H. Brewerton. pf28-m28)

: lit Mrs. J. A. Rotherham, Robert I Robert Silber; 2nd Robert Silber.I j. LOANS iI i

2nd Mr Geo. Wakefield; 3rd, Mrs. Coconut exhibit-lit, Mri. Jam es! Light Brahma-Old trio: 1st, FOR RENT

C D. Eaker. Roberta; 2nd, Mn James Roberta. I J. S. Lan,. PulleU: 1st, J. S. Lang; LOANS TO BUILD, MODERNIZE S I

Italian clay-lit, Mrs. A. D.I 2nd. J. S. Lang. j'WhIU i 'FOR RENT Apartments and REPAIR Residential, Groveand J

ClkeFrun: lit Mrs. J. A Smith; 2nd, Mrs. E. A. Carter. Guinea-Young trloa.i: j I rooms. See Mn. J. H. Dixon, Business Property j

Rotherham; 2nd Mn. A. D. 'i let, J. S. Lang. Hen corner Palm Avenue and From $30
Apron-lit, Mrs. James Mc- : 1st, J. S.I| Ave- to .OOo-from 9 mo. to
Smith. Angel: lit, Mn. J. A. Cready; 2nd, Mn. Thoi. Rhuele; Lang Cock: 1st, J. S. Lang. '! nue B, Florida City. (pm-14, J year. I,

Rotherham; 2nd Mr*. Albert Albright 3rd, Mn. James RoberU. Lavendar guinea-Hen: lit, J. s. 'FOR electric No Down Pa'ment-No Red Tape "

White layer: lit, Mn. W. Poultry award follow: Lang i1( RENT-Clean, all ; SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

W. Allan. Devil' food: lit, Mn. Black andaluslon Hifns furnished apartment. Mrs Eva $200 for 36
New Hampshire-Young trio: *- : 1st }I mo.-Repay $630 mo.
W. W. Allan. Apple sauce: lit, J. S. Lang 2nd J. S. Collins, Federal highway, Biscayne $500 for 36
lit, Robert Blackburn; 2nd Paul ; Lang; 3rd, drive mo.-Repay $15.97 mo.
Mn. Joseph Hickson Citrus or J.: S. I at Modello. (f-28tf)
Lang $1,300 for 60
Apt; 3rd, Louis Edward Old trio: mo.-Repay $32.50 ,:
Coconut: lit Mn. W. W. Allan lit, A. W. Llndgren; 2nd, Milton Game cocks cock: lit, Francis ] mo. .
2nd Mn. Geo. N. Wakefield 3rd. FOR SALEFOR '
; Sanford; 3rd, M. A. Baker. Single Prothero. ,I Ask for FREE EstimatesWithout .
V. H. GralnneU.
Mrs. '
cock: lit Pat White Minorca*-Cock: lat Obligation
; 2nd H'i
Cookies-Fancy: 1st, Mr*. J. A A. Amen. j SALE-Reitaurant building LOANS be i)00
Bryan. Single hen: 1st Clifton can secured to ModernIze ,
Rotherham. Oatmeal lat Mn. J. on Key West highway at Florida
White :
Plymouth rock Hens and Repair LEASED
Schott; 2nd, Francis Prothero : OR
A. Rotherham. Brownie: 1st, 3rd, Francis Prothero. Single';| ,|Iht, Coman Leonard; 2nd, Coman City.da See J. Kuppertz at Flori- MORTGAGED Property.We ,
Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield. City or write Box 128.
Cockerel: lat. Pat Sampson. Single I Leonard; 3rd, Coman Leonard. also have F.H.A. LOANS for ;
Candy-Citrus: lat, Mrs. J. A: I Buff Minorca Hen lit pf28-mU,!) New Homes .
Rotherham pullet: lat, Eugene Jones; 2nd, Eugene I *- : payable monthly
2nd. Mrs Cha Cal
; Jones, 3rd, Billy Fowler. Lang. ., J"S'I IO-ACRX over 20-25 year..
'I corner bearing| grove
derwood 3rd Mn. Albert Albright
Whit Indian runner Let us supply BUILDINQ
Rhode Island reds--01d trios your
: near Homestead Just off U. S. 1
Coconut: lit Mn. C. D. ,
Trio: lat, Jan Thompson NEEDS. Prompt Service.
lit, William'Mathewi; 2nd. Ira ; ,, 3-room house,
laker. Divinity: lit Mr. J. A. ; S. F. Matthew. 1 partly furnished. ,
King: 3rd. Ernest Walters. $1900
Rotherham; 2nd, Mr. Joseph l Young cash BROOKER: LUMBER ('0.I .
trio: 1st, Jack Luffman; 2nd. Jack Muscovy duck*-Pain: 1st Her-i,;JH ACRES unimproved
Hlckson: 3rd, Mn. C. D. Eaker. long road Phone (2
Homestead Fla
man Rutzke 2nd David ,
Luffman. ; Smith. j ji ,
: J. S. Lang frontage
; near Homestead. $500. I
Fudge: lit, Mrs. Joseph Hickson;
i Tan and white Indian !
2nd, J. S. Lang. Pullet lit Jack: runner $30 cash
2nd Mr. C. D. : 'I ; balance easy.
Eaker 3rd Mrs I
; ducks-Trio 'I
: S. F. Matthew
Luffman 2nd J. S. 9 ACRES WANTED
J. A. Rotherham. ; Lang. Cock: ; fine avocados, S acre cit- :
Jellies 1st, Jack Luffman. Cockerel: 1st. i Bantam*-Trios: 1st Wayne! ru*. small bungalow. Location '
: lat Mrs. J. A. Rother
Jack Luffman. Sherry; 2nd, J. S. Lang; 3rd Earl really within Homestead WANTED: Small camp site on deep

ham; 2nd Mrs. Albert Barred Plymouth rock*-Young Wysong. Cock: lit J. S. Lang; '!i! city taxes make this an but ne) water in vicinity of Homesteador
Marmalade: lot Mn. J. A. oppor-
Albrlllht.i trio: 1st, Joe Scales. Pullet: lit 2nd J. S. Lang. Hen: let, J. S. tunity buy. $6500 with on Key Largo. Box A-130,
ham 2nd Mrs
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Lang 2nd J. S. Lan .
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Mrs. John Wysong. Gerald MacDonald; 2nd, Joe \ reasonable term. care Leader-Enterprise.

Canned Fruit ScRles; 3rd, Joe Scales. Cockerel: Turkeys-Pairs: lit, Allen HastIng ,(]Eleanor Froscher, Oversea High. (f7-tf)
good*- mangoeslat :
Brood A. W.
: Llndgren.
Mrs. J. Lowe 2nd Mn. lat, Gerald MacDonald; 2nd, Joe i way 1 ml. so. of Homestead.
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Sweepstakes Best trio in how
j |I Scale Ph. 826-J. hip
Roberts.. Tomato: 1st, Mn. John 1 f28m7)
/I Rose comb Rhode Island red- Lester Kalch, White leghorn) ; best < school and grade school subjects
Wyiong. Meal: lit Mr. John !
Wy- 'Young' trio: lit Jack Luffman; cock In show: Jack Luffman i 10-ACRE I 1 TRACT within 2 milesof Mn. H. J. Armstrong, A. B,

song; 2nd Mr. M. Lopes; 3rd, I 12nd I Jack Luffman. Pullet: 1st, Rhode Island red; best hen In town: has over 300 GOOD I'lummer drive and Country
Cretin beans: 1st Jack Luffman. Cockerel: lot, show: Roman Leonard White grapefruit trees. No buildings. Club road.CLEAN .
John Wyiong. Carrots: 1st Plymouth rock best in''1 ,
Mrs. John !Jack Luffman. ; cockerel Has been held at $2,000 navy offered

Wysong. Black Minorca*-Young trio: show: Jack Luffman Rhode island I at $1,500 and I can sell, RAGS WANTED Wit .
Quilts-Pieced Mrs. A.
: 1st J.
Rotherham; 2nd Mr. Adrian Jacobs i lit Robert Blackburn; 2nd Arthur red; best pullet in show: Pat ;(I for less. Make me an offer. exchange subscription or adv y j t

[ (i FOllarty. Cockerel Sampson Dark Cornish.Plgeopt You'll not find more for I for *
; 3rd. Mrs. B. 1., King. Ap- : lit Paul Apt j your tiling clean raga. L.llde. vI
: 1st J. S. Lang.
Black money. Phone 72. H. A. Camera I Iaerardlni
Australorp.-Voun trios Enterprise.
Jrilqued: lat Mr*. Wallace H. For f I I
tuer; 2nd, Mrs. O. A Freeman. Jet, Truman Bryan; 2nd, Truman I New Zealand rabbits-lit, Theodore !I| on, Homestead. (fT-tfj I
Bryan. Pullet: lit Truman Bryan. Orfanedes; 2nd Herbert j* I II'' to tow ton o..d will hew IheiwM
Special recognition given to Mrs. FOR SALE 5 'on the Mth day of March A. I). '0".
Cockerel: 1st Truman Bryan. i Smith. -room modern Dated this lath day of .
0. A. Freeman for flag quilt. I j I February, A. D.E.
j 52 flnrt a..*.. I'H.
Bedspread-1st, Mn. wm. Ewer Rose comb brown leghorn*- Angora Rabbit*-1st. Hubert: B. tKATHEHMAK.
; cent inii ;;tL.HII: ; Call
2nd, Mn. Chas. Baker 3rd Mrs. !Young trios: 1st Lester Kalch; Smith.Pigsla'. Clerk of Circuit <"..,.. '
; 1 12nd, Lester Kalch 3rd Lester I Dr. M. A. Bcrger'i residence. Dade County Vlortdn f
Henry. Brooker, Jr. ; Richard Hlckson.I I Circuit Court"
Table cover-1st Mr Alma Edwards Kalch. Cockerel: 1st, Lester (J31-tf) By N C. BTFRRKTT. D, 0.
I' Kalch. IF.... 51. IS Mar t, 14. II. lull) 1 ITRARE IFeb. *l. U. Mar. 1. 14, SI. IMIt
3rd, Mri. Fritz Jackson. Buttercups-Young trios: lit ,I FOR TAX DEED IN THE CIRCI'IT COURT' OK THK:
Pat 2nd File No. asset I sale cheap. Mr. H. H. Ewing ELEVENTH: JIUKIAI. ('I HI I'lT. IN
Luncheon set-1st, Mn. Alma Sampson; Pat Sampson: Nolle U hereby el'en that Bailiwick 1 13 N. E. 8th .t Homestead AND FOR DAnK COUNTY FLORIDA.
Edwards; 2nd, :Mr*. Alma Edwards i 3rd Pat Sampson. I I Inc.. holder ai aeelane. of City of Hume.itead IN (RAN IIII' .
I White Tax (ale Certificate Numbered. hill, NO. "$IS.
; 3rd, Mr*. f rlU Jackson. Cornish-Young trio: 1st, M 4. IS4. WTO and acts, dated Ih* Slh'I LEOTA M. BTEARNSv a widow. l

Dolly-lit, Mr*. Violet DcNisco Pat Sampson. Pullet: 1st Pat day of December, A. D. l.f7. h.. li lied: FOR SALE Troprcai plants, clt. Plaintiff,

Rugs-Crochet: 1st, Mr. A. M.! Sampson; 2nd Pat Sampson; 3rd, Mid* Certlflcat application In for my tax office deed, and to love humad :| rut tree and tropics fruit In CEOKRK: A. ROUNBAVELL.Vs. rt al.

Vivien Pat Sampson. I thereun In accordance with law. Raid Cor.llflratM : Defendant.URUKK..
; 2nd, Mrs. Edna Smith; 3rd, _h.... the fullowlnr. dorrlbed/ I icison. Jungle Grove, Redland TO APPEAR
Mr*. G. M. Cooper. Hooked: 1st, Black giants-Young trio: lat property, altualed In Dad. County Florida 1 road and Plummet drive. Th* Rial of Florida
Mrs. M. P. Wollam Mr I Ernest Kraper; 2nd Ernest Krap- bosh tLot Ta George A. RounMMll. If Hvlnv. bed
; 2nd *. Orlando Hen 1st Junior I. Block 1. Fnad'l Addn. No. 1 I CHRISTMAS VINE If do,,'. u his unknown hel... itrvlaeea, .
Wollam; 3rd Mn. M. P. er. : King. Cockerel In the City of Humntcad County of plant and Imat.w..rent.; and ae lin_:

Wollam. Woven: 1st Mn. W. R : 1st, Ernest Kraper; 2nd, Ern- D.". Stab cf Florida, .. embraced In young tropical almond tree. And to all peraom havinge rlalmlnan
Ortlflra No. Son. Th Interval In th following uVorrlbWload
est aMe.ment j I for sale. Also *
Kraper. cuttings of
Bird. pur- ,
of Said property unitthe Mid eertflflrat *i
Knitting-Knitted dress 1st I Dark Cornish-Young trio: 1st, .bound was In the Barn of Lhule pe bougainvillea. Mrs. N. Q. Lot M ol Block 4 of Aloes ,

Mr*.- Adrian Jacobs; 2nd,: Mr*., I Pat Sampson; 2nd, Pat Sampson. I Melton.Lot II, Block 4. Fnad-a Addn. No. t l Ball 13 N. E. Eighth St. d Hrlihu. re.,ra areardlns..l In Plat u llouk plat there Ik atGRKr I

Adrian Jacobs; 3rd, Mr*. Frank ,I Pullet: lit Pat Samoan; 2nd, I In Dade.the Itat City of of Florida, .aa. embraced. County of In NOTICE I I of mad. County, Fl'ide RmmM .

Hausman. Best knitted article: Pat Sampson; 3rd, John Landrum. Certlflcat* No. '0... Th. ...-meat I NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that 110... :m.ll
lit, Mrs. Robert White leghorns Old trios: lit, 0' said property under the mid ..rUfiat. will b. Introdured Into the Uanlalur of I 1 ..t. M. Stearns, a widow having
Glenn Jr.; 2nd, I .hood was I. the Pone of UaI the state of Florida lonloa of lull. filed In the sour. her ._. bill of eoav.
Lester Kalch
Mn. Thos. Ruehle; 3rd, Mrs. Adrian -' : 2nd, Lester Kalch; Btierlal Art provlittng for .. ... l plaint In thin lull the nature and purpoo*
Jacobs. 3rd, Letter Kalch. Hens: 1st, A. kn".R.:; ...... Adds In the City .f Section I* of Chapter No. .n..a'I I Iof of which to to determine tM title of the
f of H_......, County .11 Dade. Stale I Arts of 1929, providing for the I plaintiff w th* ....
Amen 2nd Lee I landsbeojut.r.
Embroidery, colored-Luncheon : Dorothy ; of rlorlda. aa : Cnlflcata aianner In which th City Tax Collerlor1 I* .ha food f.* I
let: 1st Bertha 3rd, Carmel Prato. Pullets: 1st Me I1S4. The ':::-,1 of MM property I.hall prerw.d with the oollwttoa I of City' )simple title to hav* all claim and Inter,
Hausman; 2nd i under the MM certificate .island Ta ea, and the publication, of the Been of ,I eta of the defendants and each of them I* '
Mrs. Frank Hausman; 3rd, Mr. Melvin Moody; 2nd, Melvin I I WM In the nan of Unknown. land la 'k* offered) for Ml* for the ... I and t* Mid land pad upon and eMermine >
James Moody; 3rd Herbert Hamblen. I Lot It MrUla'a Addn.. In the City I i payment of laie. .1 *. to re* o.* ale der upon tko pisllwifso
Robert Pillow cases: 1st. i of HomojleaA County of Dad, State | Dated this I7lk day of February A. till. to MM land, to ...tot and eon
Margaret Leavitt; 2nd, Mn. C. D. Cock: 1st, Kenneth Greer; 2nd, I of Florida, M embraced In Certifies) 1941' D'I firm the plaintiff title thereto and In t
Esker[ Carman Prato. Cockerel: 2nd, Vi- No. l 7a. The. a..e .n .Bt of MM prop. CITY OF HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA I II wblck kill of aomplajnt the plaintiff .UMthat
3rd Margaret Leavitt |I u te under the Mid .."u....* ....... a Municipal Corporation, I she Mlle' thera are p*iona late_
Guest towels: 1st, Mri. James Robert van Booth. I I WAN In the ....* of V.k...... I By T. J. HARKIM, ed la th .land hems Inoolved. and neNliMakow
*; 2nd, Mn. Jame Red lehornVoun trios: lit, Lot M. MrLalnt AddnH In the City I Mayor diatribes wkow names ar* unknown
Robert; 3rd .I .f .-., County of Dad. Blat W her, and having furtker namrd therein I
Mr*. Wilbur Bradley.Embroidery Pat Sampson; 2nd, Pat Sampson. 1 of FlorMa, aa embrac In c..tlr...... NOTICE: or APPLICATION ivrtaln wriest a* known by aaiaa la her.
whiti_ Cockerel: 1st, Pat Sampson; 2nd No. Mil. Th.. noiea>".., of MM prop- I mR TAX DIIID the Mid plaintiff, but M not known ky her,
Luncheon arty uadr tk*, Mid certificate arced) File No $4010 the MM plaintiff, whether loop or any of
set: 1st, Mrs. Frank Hausman; 2nd Pat Sampson. I was I. th* nam* of Vnk... Noises is b-rche given that ..III...... then ar* dead Malls. and .. fcelkxne ky
Bertha Kill Light Suisex_Youn trio: lit Unto MM Certlflcatea ihall b* redeemedaceordlnf : bold., an, o.lgam ,glad.. her. the Mid plaintiff. If living, U k* low
; Hausrran; 3rd Mn. law, :,1" Tan N':. :. I IlOti read In the aad .
ta tax dad will IMMthenoa t ': tw $, $N., proaorty prwilne
Robert Seymour; 2nd, RobTt Sey an th* 14th day of II..... A. Ik.Da'led wild ..... ....... tJw .tIt der of Au.real. In Involve and korolaabwn aWrrlbed. :t 4.
mour. Pullet: 1st, Robert Sey 1941. A. D. lase. W filed sad c.otll....... If dead ta therein 1
Judge ( thin del". and has .... And bevies-:1ir.= Masses oftlallnlnt 1
surveying the defend- : imh day *f February A. D my appnrtua :
I mour. Cockerel: 1st R- -t Seymour 1941. fop ton dad. to we MHiouej m ororoane* any the ahuvo M
ant): "Let me .ee-haven't I dealt ; 2nd, Robert Seymour j F. B. LEATHFRMAIf.; with .... BM ('...u,...... wibra> the r.... ...1...... land Partial defendant to the MM 'j f
with this person before | Chrk at Circuit .Ceurt.Dad lowlnc d..rrlbed property. Situated In Dad Mil of complaint:
Clerk of Buff Minorca-Young trio: 1st, County .......... County t'I rida. ..It I And having dewiande fma IK* 'lrk e4
Court: "I don't know, Joe Scales; 2nd Joe S Old Circuit Court seal, Lot 44. Jan D. Tvr A...... Plat .... Clroult Court In and for Bade County.FlorMa. .
sir. H*'* the local pawnbroker.Ex. ."- He N. C. aTERRET'1' Aleak. G| Ho* .. Pan 111. loeaM la Dada tk* maHncr of an ...... ro trio: lit, S. F. Matthew ullet: 21. 24 II.,. t. 14. 21. lints I I Cunty. But of Florida. a. MnkraoMl .....10 penona ..d pert ba ta appear to bee
.1! I* Ortlfkae N*. ..... The. a..w. emi, ..u kill of _nlalHt aoiin a day not leM : /
1, of..... property seder will MM eeetlflcate than tweaty-elaht day aor ears than .....
.hue**) WAN la tk* aama of Vn- day from tka data af maklas af MM esM' .,,

e I l.NE ""Lot-*.. R. L. grow. Bukd*. Plat | IB TRT.aL1t1Rx.! ORDERED thai '
MDNKEYJUNGLErONLY ACETY : WELDING Hook .. Pan ... braid I* Dade 1 1County. .." the .a..olf"W- Some yx505.
: Bute of Florida, aa embraced d.deal ..... .... ha,..
/ la (.ortl'....* No. t7l. The. _t b aired to Meals to the 9fowWtlfre /
of .::r:; hoods 111.1. o the
I I -cl New Outfit MM promote leader the MM eertl.Uo. but -
eke .based In the of I(t I ,tit der at ".,u. Httorie sad that thin ..rd.ho .r
MONKEY known, > is The .- ? /
A 'Irk Guaranteed Lea 0. ..ua 4. Florida. Hnw- P-bi.Q
JUNGLE s. Pam .... I. Canny. h Dad consul, Florida, a week tar ,
-HONE Ml-K If Stow at ftJS.. as sbsr.d I. C- 1- .w-.ties, iii.t.
INTHCUABM ur..... )/, 1011. ",.. assa.t ., WITNESS my band Clark and the f.'
.aM property ode the amid "new" seal Mid Court, of .....h. .,.
SAM GARAGE .iced WM la the at V.k..... I INS at Miami. ia lb.iCMV aae SlateiTT4 .
I FtertaV* Neither > l..w L47-li.li.1,.fa.1a.m125. II' ...
jostle Drive Wt 4. Bwlnc'a Addn., Flat Book $. Paso tlEU' t RLgATHEBMAH. Clerk.
on flow too* eke it Wfctm lit located hi Dad County. Stab of I ell..1t; C.uet' Dade aty. FtorkBy ...
*a Miami.HomaetMd I* VICXA5DEK. Prep .,.,'...... .. mbraeed ta Cntll..... Me.MM : L & w';:: t) O
llaliiray. The geniameat of MM prupany ,I tCOCBT a'EAL>
Avocado Ei and Old Dixie Highway under the MM rertlflcot hoed was I* j!..'III.on'. *.
fI' s I, INO ramat l7abeaws.talr. ...11. .. ", !. r"Vl.r.-'f, .
I j M MM Cernnoatei shall W noVmd< .liar I 2" ,"

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i. 'j< Page Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, March 14. 1941

through the knee cap and down I pretty much as usutL An Inquest In Palm Cemetery at Naranja. Pallbearers
MARINE UFEEXPERT I ItlTCII the shinbone. I Into the shooting will be held In f were George Barnes, Al-
I Another bullet went wild and the court of Justice of the Peace,,vin Simmons, Paul Leaner, Otto
I nicked W. H. Simmons, owner ol'i Sid L Kendrick tonight I Bernecker, Harold Campbell and
: TALKS (Continued From Page One) the bar, above the left knee. Eye witnesses besides those already lI l- A. E Campbell. Turner Funeral
nler uw Phllllpa reach Inside his Tom Simmons, a son of the saloonkeeper -I I mentioned included Archie I Home had charge of arrangements.!
:{ TOUONSCLUBI shirt. He tried to warn Hitch, but sprang at Phillips as Bussey, bartender for Simmons -
Lanier bore him to the floor, and and Ed Brooker.
.3 was too late. Phillip tired I bullet -
held Phillip by the tl1OatlitO Oscar Hiram Ritch was born In
Oceanography and marine biological -I from t .32 calibr pistol at Policeman Bob Anderson and Road Abbeville, Oa. He is survived by I sEitrsro*'
research have made a real Ritch'i head with f.IIll"llulll. Patrolman Bill Newton cam Phillips his parents, Mr, and Mrs. D. K.I TABLE AND FLOOR
Lanier grappled with Phillips was lodged in city jail but I Ritch,.with whom he cam to,
contrlbutiort to science and man'sknowledge pinioning hit arms to his sides, later, when a crowd of more than Homestead in 1022; by his wife: LAMPS
of the evolution of little 100 persons gathered in front Alma Canter Ritch; and by two
but Phillips managed to swing
known forms of animal life, Dr. of the city hall, he was spiritedoff sisters, Mrs. Earl Buswy and Mrs.
) r. E. Walton Smith head of the I his gun with I lower-arm movement to Miami where he Is a prisonerin James Simmons, both of Miami. SMITHGRAVESFURNITURE
and fired three shots the county Jail. James Simmons Is another son of
biology department of the University
'Into Lanier. One bullet went Ritch died four hours after being W. H< Simmons.
of Miami, told the Red-;,
through Lanler's side and lodgedIn taken to James Archer Smith Services at the Homestead CO.
land District Lion Club at its i iI his hip another went throughthe HosplUL The condition of Lanier Methodist Church yesterday afternoon
dinner meeting Tuesday night He' right thigh and lodged In the is said not to be serious, and the I were conducted by the Rev.I
t Illustrated his talk with lantern I'I't left thigh, and another ihot went elder Simmons is up and about: J J. Richards, pastor Burial was
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j slides. ,
Dr. Smith has don a great deal!
I of marine exploration' work around .1 -
Iceland, in the Bahamas and off I
the coast of California. WE PHONE ,
H* stated that local waters are D
l' nearly barren of marine life but I
hastened to add that this I. only
relatively so. Dr. Smith explained I DELIVER 67CUDAny'S
f t this Is due to the formation of the I
floor of the sea which supportsthe r
I marine life on which the smallest -
: I fish feed. In northern climates
there Is much more of this fish .
t food, therefore, more fish, he said
Dr. Smith further explained how ChoiceMents
I : samples of water and marine life
{," arc.obtained R. Meybem at various was depths.A. welcomed
as a new member.

l' Georgia Dentist Dies CLINGPEACHES

After Short Stay Here I':

:I \ prominent Dr. Edward dentist D.of Anderson Dalton,,Ga.t 49 t No. 2>/ Can 12C Ib. 23c

and brother-in-law of James Nes-I Shoulder % ISc
whole Ib.
bin of Homestead died from a or ,
kidney ailment In a Miami hospital J BLUE PLATE
en Uar. 10 after a long illness. BREAST (for stew) Ib. :lOc
Thai body was sent by Turret)
Funeral Horn, to Dalton where'
t :plea.funeral services and burial took I Mayonnaise qt. 37 pt. 25c GEORGIA SMOKEDo

Dr. and Mrs. Anderson arrived
la Homestead for a visit at the I Bacon lb. 20c
Itmbltt home on Jan.I.When j, COUNTY KISTPeas
Dr. Anderson became
critically ill he was sent to a
pital, and his sister Mrs. S.hOl.1 Com 27c COUNTRY ROLLButter
Pope of Chattanooga, and her or 3 cans
:Edward Pope, cam by
'\o be near htm. One of his brothers 35cPORK
Wm. A. Anderson of Miami, lb.
IlIoi... with him at the end. SO-RICIMT-WHIPS
Dr. Anderson is survived by:
his wife, Lucy Nesbltt Anderson;
the Sister and brother already Milnut Can 5c
mentioned and two other brothers -
: i t
O. E. Anderson of. Qultman
Chops IB. 25cSWIFTS
Johnny: "Mother, can you go to I
heaven if you tell lies
Mother::,"No. dear."
Johnny I have and Uncle
Bob ;and almost everybodyhas. I FOOD 6 Cans 25C
Has Daddy ever told I lie?"
have.Mother"I don't know; he might Picnics lb. 6c

Johnny:"And have you ever told

baps.one- Mother?"" : "I oWt know; per Fruit Cocktail ""W 12c RIB

I Johnnyr "Well, alnt God and
George Washington going to be STEW 21b.25c
mighty lonesome up is heaven'all
I "
by themselves?"-Ex. *

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