Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00482
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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 21, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00482
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Belief Grows Homestead Water Ii Iir.

r. To Flow Through Keys Pipe Line :

::1 Try Killer of Ritch Apr. 15'!'iSALT WATER SAID FOUND :

For First Degree Murder:, IN TEST WELLS SIX MILES '


INDICTEDONE- Movement for Community Building TO SOUTH OF FLORIDA CITY

Is Started by Clubs in Homestead -

-- TilE WEA'I'IIEItOffkW Statement Made Rate to

WEEK AFTERSHOTS The Homestead Art Club has,been seeing If it is possible thata .taw-rgeet-w lilt a ee ..ekda.Ma Key West to Be Like
been promised encouraging cooperation WPA grant can be secured* u.s ...t..'. eaa..t..a. rtwfaMM Homestead'sNAVYANlTAQUEDtCT
In Its effort to make the Mrs Archer told the club.
community's dream of a I "The Business and Professional a130.0.r.31awn\
FIRED ty building come true, communl-j Women's Club of Homestead Mar. lL__ .I..I..I.I
Archer, president of the club, an- which has always advocated a Mar. 14- ... I 130.0111 MEN SIGN CONTRACTPipe
nounced at Monday afternoon's community building and In its Mar. I5. _ I ,
Mar, 18.. __.. ,180 I 14! I I
meeting In the Chamber of Com- former project, the Hospitality
Testimony ;at: Coroner's merce building. House, made an effort la that direction Mar 17.. __. .. 71 I 47 130.0fI1 Already by
Mar. IlL. 71 I 62 130.131 U. B. Work'May StartIn
Inquest Shows Not ""The city council hat Caked today pledged full and ,
Mar. 11. _.. 75 5'
steps to secure a site for the pro enthusiastic co-operation", said I :a0.151 June
: Provocation posed center and the mayor has I Mrs. Archer who Is president of t
that club also. While no confirmation could be
W. E. PHILLIPS SHOWN FIREMEN'S' FUND I "One of the members, Mrs. FIVE MORE LOCAL obtained from either city or
Green Rives, suggested that the old
rro HAVE WOUNDED 3Shooting'Entirely
navy officials, the belief is growing 1
hotel site on North Krome, where
I more and more with local observers -
..f" FOR PENSIONS. construction was begun Inf boom
l TJrlan- that water for the Key
days, would be a desirable site
ticipated, Witnesses :if It can be secured FOR ARMY CAMPSFive West pipe line will be obtained
TestifyWm. RELIEF OKAYED "Mrs. H. K. Foulk,president of from the city of Homestead's
the Woman's Club of Homestead, municipal water plant.A .
Earl Phillips, 83, was Indicted re-I feels that a community building more young men of the district contract between the United
Steps to establish a firemen's would solve problems faced by will leave next week for array States Navy and the Florida Keys
by the Dade County grand let and pension fund were Mr club which needs to make extensive camps In Florida and Georgia Aqueduct Commission was signed
jury Monday for the first degree by the city council Monday night j repairs on Its clubhouse.The Among those who will go to In Washington Tuesday, insuringthe
murder of Oscar Hiram Ritch, when it approved the first and matter will come up for club Camp Blanding Wednesday are construction of the proponed
who was shot fatally in Simmons second readings of an ordinance decision soon, she said. Richard W, Fuchs, son of the late 3,000,000 18-Inch pipe line. Con-
saloon here which would switch to the city a "Mrs James I.. Bird president Chat. T. Fuchs, St., who arrived tracts for furnishing the pie have
on Flagler avenue the
one-per-cent tax now paid to the (Continued on Page Seven) last night from Washington, D. C., been awarded already by the navy,
Might' of Mat. 10. His trial has I state by fire and tornado Insurance to visit relatives until Wednesday, and It I. believed that announce-
been set for April 15. companies on premiums receivedfor and Hugh D. Stuart of Homestead ment will soon be made as to when
Indictment of Phillips followedan Insurance on property within TAX EXEMFHON' Jimmy McConnell, son of Mrs work may be expected to begin.It .
Inquest Into the death of Ritch the corporate limits of the city. Raymond Insua, will leave Mon- Is known that test wells of
The action is in accordance with day for Camp Blandin,. the aqueduct survey engineers
held Friday night In the office of a law adopted by the state legislature DEADLINE APR. 1 Grady B. Walters, ion of Mr located six miles south of Florid
;Justice of the Peace Sid L. Kend in 1939 which levies such a and Mrs C. B. Walters, and Albert City near the Oversea Highway
tick of Homestead, at the conclusion tax on all fire and insurance companies Tamadoe. son of Mr. and Mrs. produced salt water at a depth of
of which the coroner's juryrecommended doing business In the state CAVES'WARNING Thos. F Varnsdoe both of Homestead 17 feet, and It Is believed that rather -
that Phillips be held but authorizes any incorporated enlisted after being Impressed than go to the expanse of deep
municipality having regular paid by their friend, Corpora) drilling or run the risk of hooking
tat murder in the first degree. employees and fire-fighting equip- With little more than a week remaining V. C Rich of Homestead, home on In to other wells south of Homestead -
Accounts of the shooting given ment valued at more than $ ,000 in which applications for a furlough and win be sent to : which ad fat have shown no'
fcy; witnesses testlfylaf at the' In-I to incorporate the law as part and homestead tax exemption may be Fort Benning, Ga, where Corporal tfsce of salt Water Infiltration, the I
ejuest were) la fubttsfiM the) same parcel of its ordinances and divert filed, W. B. Caves, city tax assessor Rich Is stationed.ft. navy will decide to lay; the mile or
pointed out this week that
the the of extra required and
one-per-cent tax to establishment two pipe
t stbat given in hit paper last of its own firemen's application blanks for' both city i II. Jtindm to TeachU. make sure of 8 water supply tested *I
'week-that the shooting, in which relief and pension fund. and county may be filed with him 6f M. Summer Courses through :years of large quantity
:Aleo Lanier and V. H. Simmons, According to the ordinance at -residence, 107 N. E. First pumping
proprietor of the saloon, were also which will be given Its third and avenue. B. M. Hlndman, principal of the Whether or not It has any significance -
wounded, was unprovoked and unanticipated final reading at the next council "I have homestead exemption Homestead and Florida City as to location of the
by the victims. (Continued.on Page. _Seven) blanks for both city and county schools, has been asked te teach source of supply, the statement
and will be advise
glad to and assist -
-- two courses In the 1141 summer was made in Washington that the
property owners in makingout school session of the University of rate to Key West water consumers
Chicago Taxi Magnate guys Place I their applications", Mr. Caves Miami. would be "about the urns as that tl'
I said. "Applications must be filed Mr. Hindman, who has been In paid by Homestead conlimers.Loral ."
On Hainlin 1 in order to be conild-
Drive-fdtnter Home by Apr." Homestead for two' years, will predictions are that work
ered. teach Introduction to Educational will be announced as starting In
T and Ad- Hay, but actual can k
Measurement Elementary construction
tom Hofsn, president of aled within the I
past month by
Yellow Cab Co. of Chicago, '. C >Include: 'Seven Miles to Be Cut ministration. _ ._ .__L be expected by June.
bought and moved into the of 110.acrd tract on' Silver I' From Oversea HighwayKey

Wm.. H. Martin grove home drive, jilt west ot the Sons of the Legion Hold First Election *
Tennessee road, Just north place on Farm. Life road> West, Mar. 20-(FNS) The : I
Hainlin drive. The sale was from,1. ,A. Wardlaw to :long awaited improvement of the i Of 5th District Here Install Local Unit :
a month ago for the Martin .. .T. White and 3. M. Reed of 'I Overseas Highway neared its ,
by H. A. Cameroa, local rest Tt, Fla., who1 have 'gnu I Initial phase last week when the ,
tate broker. A. W. Llndgren to scarify :State Road Department announced -, Florida Sons of the Legion W Hall Sunday before more than lid 4
The ID-acre grove will be : prepare the land for grove I II that it would receive bids for had the greatest Increase in mem- representatives of the various
verted to avocado trees by the construction of that part otjhe I bership of any state in the country squadrons assembled here for the
Inc. local grove developers Onl"a t Sale of a block of four lots In :( highway lying between Big' and the fifth district of the first election of officers to be held .
the hbis being remodeled, addition on Eighth :Pine Inn and Pirates Cove a din Florida department (from Fort by.the fifth district. t i
Hogan laid Wednesday.A east of the Ennls residence I lance of about ten miles. Pierce to Key West) I* responsible Stuart Simmons, past captain of 1 ,
member of the Chicago : I I* A. Wise to Roy Darby of The right-of-way will be moved I for this as it has accounted for the West Palm Beach squadron, '
Club, Mr. Hogan hat been : and Princeton, who I II from its present location to the more than half the itate'i mem- Sons of the Legion Installed the \)
to Homestead front Miami to I to build a home on the 100 ,old railway right-of-way, and the j'bmhlp. officers of the Homestead squadron :.
Up his Rotary attendance and 200 foot tract. J former railroad bridges will be So sod r. N. Hiatt, American as follows: I
came so attracted to the I Sale of 20 acres of hammock ,converted Into concrete and steel Lrtioa member of West Palm Joe Bynun. captain: WIllard :
District and Its climate that he on Kings highway west oi 1 highway bridges. This Improve- Beath, and national chairman In Norman first lieutenant: John
tided to establish a winter road from 1* D. Brecken- ment will eliminate several dangerous charge of organizing; and sponsorIng Kuhn (acting In place of Tom
?.Jere. The Hogans will remain 11 ,. to Tred Fuchs. who curves and will shorten the! Some of the Legion as he made Harris Jr.), second' lieutenant:
until tha latter parr of April. I an orchid and air plant;:route to the mainland about seven the charter presentation .to the Phillip Reams, adjutant: Homer
Other real estate transa of the hammock. ''i J miles. Homestead squadron in Legion (Continued on Page Seven) eR



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,of the Influential legal fraternity Tony Serge artist and puppeteers
l EASTER SERMON :New Laws forl\larried.'Vomen Will Be PM Alpha Delta It was learned Rube Goldberg; csrtoonirt; pn
today' from college of law official'CornweU murlal painter, Ben
TOBEPREACHED Discussed by Attorney :Monday\ Night, PIll Alpha Delta number among'!Irving Butler, executive director.'

Its membership list tome of the Society of Amateur Chefs; Me- .
+ -'Professional Women'i Club and most prominent jurist In the state I Clelland Barclay artist and culp. :
and dilldv.ntalea'of ,
I Advantage I tor, and Achmond Abdullah
BY REV. WALLERThe the bill prepared by the state parliamentarian of the Florida and nation, many of whom are thor. au
bar association to change the law federation. alumni of the local chapter. P.,
i regarding the right of married I II I The bill a* prepared by the bar,A. D. each year stage an outstanding : ,
Rev. Jesse Waller of Silver women In Florida will be discussed association reads: breakfast gathering for Depend OB Direction
Palm Methodist Church was chosen( MiN Mary Eiarey, West Palm I "Section I. Every married, grads at the homecoming day; Youth: "I want to Join the army.
Monday by the Redland District I 4by attorney at a meeting, of woman Is hereby empowered to:celebration, and engage in various , I'm a track athlete"
Ministerial Association to preachthe i the Homestead Business and Professional -] take charge of and manage and other legalistic activities In Sergeant: "Sorry, ion. We don't
sermon at the Eater sunrise'. Women' Club In the control her separate property ton the state during the year. i ii want anybody who' trained to
service In Legion Park on Apr. 11!Chamber of Commerce building ct.s be contracted with,I i start running when a gun la fired."
The meeting wa held at the parsonage Monday evening at o'clock. to sue be sued, and to sell,
of the Florida City Community ' Everyone interested it cordially I convey, transfer mortgage, use Northern Artists Form I
I Church, home of the Rev. invited to attend. A special Invitation -: and pledge her property, real and New Colony in Florida Ex.NEWT.
and Mr*. W. .. RowelL The Rev. +I
I* extended to attorney: personal, and to make, execute I G. BALL
George H. Rick presided. and club and deliver Instrument and documents .
It wa decided that the Homestead I women. of every character, without I Leesburg. Mar. 20-FNS) A
Presbyterian Church 1* to Mill Eaarey I* a member of the, restraint without the joinder or group of noted artist have chosen
,i Pl'BUCI
be responsible for the Easter music -I legislative committee of the National consent of her husband, In all respects Lake County as the site for a new I
; the Methodist and Nazarene' Federation of Business and;I as fully a* if she were un. colony which will be named "Ta-I
churches of Homestead, for the married. Every married woman,hopa", It will be located on the I
piano and seating; and the Episcopal -' I(1 without the joinder or consent of|St. Johns River and on one of Fire Insurance and d

.Baptist. Free Methodist and:INSUA REDLAND her husband, shall have and may(Lake County' 1,400 lake : Kindred Lines
Florida City and Redland Community 'exercise all rights and powers I Among those who have already
churches, for a basket of : with respect to her t'I
t SERVICE STATION:I separate prop begun the construction of homes
. flower each. h erty. Income and earnings, and I,here are Frank Parker Stock.I .
. MiN Agnes Scott Kent of New I may enter Into, obligate herself to bridge, writer and editor; Vllhjal-I IS N. Kram AT*. J:
:, York and Toronto author and lecturer HEADSINCEMAR.1 perform and enforce, contract or jmur I Steffansson, Arctic explorer;
In a talk on antl-Semitim I undertaking to the same extent j
and Christianity said Nazi organization and In like manner a* If she were
I* behind the tide of hat unmarried.
A Moto-Sway lubricating machine
riling from anti-Semitic organizations will be Installed this weekend I "Section 2. This act shall not
In 500 cities of the United by Redland Service Station, I be construed a* (a) relieving a
State corner Flagler avenue and Mowry 'husband of any duty of supportingand
A pot-luck luncheon followed street it was announced this week 'I' maintaining his wife and A SMALL

the program meeting. by Raymond Insu. new owner of I'children, (b) abolishing estate
Present betide the host and the station. Mr. Insua popularly by the entireties or any of the In'
hostess and Mr. Rick were the known a* Spanny/took over the 'cidents thereof (c) abolishing
\ Rev. and Mr*. Ceo. E. Deuel, the Redland Service Station March 1 dower or any of the Incidents' HOME
Rev. and Mrs. Robert H. Spear, after several years' successful ope- thereof, (d. changing the right of, fly
I the Rev and Mrs. Harley R. Core, ration of "Spanny' Service Sta- either husband or wife to participate
the Rev. and Mr*. A. M. Vivian tion. In the distribution of the estate
I Dr. and Mr*. J. W. Porte. Mr. and of the other upon his or her'
Mri. Waller, Mr*. J. A. Ricki and The new Mote-Sway machine death, a* may now or hereafterbe

I Mrs. T. L. Hodge I I to enable lubricate Redland a customer's Service Stallion provided by law, or (e) dispensing Income?
with the joinder of husband I t
( tomobile under actual driving con-I
and wife In conveying or mortgagIng -
Church Group Attends dition*. Mr. Insua explained, homestead "
I I the machine the body of the l
Palm Beach Meeting I The club will serve ajx>t-luck !
1 car through it make the while swaying on various movements I'dinner the same evening at 6:30: 's Even families with incomes under $2,000 are i iI
o'clock In honor of Its new member ,
On Monday the Rev. R. F Black-I type of road The lubricant 1*
I able to build homes these days. And not just
Special guests at the meetIng -
1 ford presided a* president at a thus permitted to penetrate to re- )1'
Palm Beach meeting of the Episcopal I asses which can not be thorouhlJ'1,'Julius will Thomas be: Miss of Esarey Lake ;Worth Mrs,I a I "small" homes. You can build a modern home ,
I f ministers from Fort Pierce to lubricated when the car i II at complete I' '
t Key West The meeting wa held, rest on the rack, he pointed t district terley of director Hialeah; past Mrs. state Vine president Bet-I -and pay for it out of your income, on the
In the rectory of Bethieda by the out j
I I ; and Dr. Adele Hampton of FHA Plan. '
F Sea Church.At I Mr. Insua, who came to Homestead Miami. :t I
the tame time Mrs. Black-' In 1919 and 1* a graduate j I
; ford, Mr*. W. K. Haa and Miss I i of Homestead High School, has 1 t The down payment is usually covered by the :
, Grace Butterfield attended deanery 1 had In the Vernon rurner ElectedTo
a seven year experience
; meeting of Woman' Auxiliary service station business. A* ope. I Fraternity Office building.lot. And you pay the balance just

member in Palm Beach. rator of the Redland Service Station -
: I like rent. But come in and we'll give you the
1 Monday evening Mr. Blackford be handles Cities Service DeLand Mar 20 Vernon 't'urn-
I wa guest speaker for Bishop W1C. product, Acme Tire and doea a !er, Stetson University law student I story in figures. Figures to fit your home-
i Moreland' church at the Del- brisk washing polishing and greasing i from Homestead, was elected last
1! ray Beach. business. night to the office of vice-justice and your budget.

; -z No obligation at all on your part Even

though you're not ready to build, the FHA

! Raymond (Spanny) Insua Plan is something you should know about.

1 Formerly Operator of Spanny's Service Station We'll be glad to explain it I ",

and Now Operating .

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Redland Service StationFlagler

i Hardware, Lumber and Building Materials

Avenue and Mowry Street i i Homestead. FU. fbone M7J.I .

Opposite Hotel Redland '.. .....
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Announces Installation 1. '

Next Week of aMOTOSW INSURANCE! Sign of Easter remind thlt.prlllt
heavier traffic season -
I* her*. More can on
the road mean more accident
AY MACHINE hazard to every car owner.
And that means Auto Insurance -
1* more than ever
needed! See us.EDWARD .
Your Car Lubricated Under STILING

Actual Driving Conditions ,...Au'oa A__ _
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For Washin T-mnd.Polishine;, Cities Service Products, :..

Acne Tires and the Old Reliable "Spanny Service": '.. j GET TOUR STATEDriver's

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Bring, Your Car to . "" 4 ,,j;.
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Raymond (Spanny) Pumas Prop. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICEIN


Odd Fellow Bldg. Open from I a. m. I* I p. ...

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ATTEND: F. E. A. CONVENTION I money and supplies to Great Britain .- I CUD OP THANKS
16 BUDDIES SENDCONDOLENCES Attending a convention of the although that country has not I Homestead Girl ScoutsBy I We wish to thank one and all
Florida Education Association being :begun to call on the vast resourcesof I' ,
for the unexcelled courtesies and ;
Mary Suber, Scribe
TO held In Tampa Thursday, Fri her own great empire. i
day and Saturday of this week are I "We are faced with an ever- i assistance extended during hoursof

the following from the Homestead mounting tax burden which may I Girl Scout yearly play day Is to I sorrow In the loss of our be-
j TOMMY MOTHER Redland and Florida City schools: become ao great as to result in inflation be Saturday from 10 till 2. We loved son and brother, Tommy
Principal B. M. Hindman, Science or repudiation and a radical are to wear either white or blue MoffettMr.
Instructor R. Hester, Speech change in our economic lire," shorts or slacks and to be pre
A letter of condolence signed by Instructor E. B. Blackburn, Vocational said Mr. Bliss. I pared to leave Mr*. Skill's homeat and Mrs C. H Lawrence
16 men of the quad-room In Agriculture Instructor Ceo. Stanley WitUcop, accompaniedby 8.30 a. IIIt is to be held at Johnny and Billy Moffett
I N. Wakefield. and Physical Education Mrs. Wittkop, sang two popular Moore Park N. W. 38th street and Mary Lou Lawrence.
which Tommy Moffett bunked Instructor Ted Bleier all ot
songs. I i 7th avenue. Girls going are to
while he was a soldier at Fort McPherson the Homestead school; Miss Helen Three new members were Intro- make themselves look like playboys
Ga, where he wa killed I Daniel and Miss Ruth Murray of duced: Harry O. Cronwall, A. W.( or girls, school girls, etc. We
the Redland school; and Mrs. E. B. Undgren and V. D. Wells.
by a falling will during a fin have two adults with us and I Tropical Gate
Mar. 9, received Blackburn of the Florida City Sam Davis, V, L. Harris, Sr., 'lour own lunch and drinking water. ,
was Wednesday
school. and J. L. Scott, committee I
members We are going to sell cookies
by Tommy's mother, Mrs. C. H.l reported the sum of $174.45 I this year from Mar. 25 through I!
Lawrence, 100 N. E. First street was raised at the concert last Fri- Apr. 1.Lait. NOW LOCATEDIN
,- The letter, written by Private U. S. SUCKER FOR day night This Ii to be used In weeK: we celebrated the THEHORNE .
aid to the blind and other club I
Luther C Levaiseur. Tommy'f twenty-ninth year of Girl Scout-
buddy who accompanied the bodyto BRITAIN AGAIN activities. I ijg in America. BLDG.N. .

Homestead as military! escort, I Joy Peters was hostess.

follows: HINTS H. B. BLISSH. HErBl'RN IX FLORID\ Krome Ave.Ilonvstead .
I Stuart Mar 20-(FNS) Joining:I For results use Leader! I
March 17, 1941 ; the many national celebrities vacationing Florida
i: Enterprise:: Classified Ad __ _
"My dear Mri. Lawrence: I In Florida Katherine:
Bond Bliss Miami Herald
Under separate cover we are Hepburn, stage and motion picture
columnist In talk before the
I a actress, and her sister, Peggy I
sending to you pnotographs that Redland District Lions Club Tues.day
Tommy had made here In Atlanta, night said that In his opinion have Island leased near a Stuart house for on Jupiter several,I Walker's Austex Chili Con Carne

and which we are sure that you the United States would have beat weeks. Walker's Austex Tamales
will treasure. I a far greater influence as a neutral I II
"We should like for you to be power in bringing about I Walker's Austex Beans with Chili GravyThese
allured that In your hour of great I I world peace than It will be as a The dear vicar's wife had Just''
sorrow you have the understanding belligerent died, and in consequence he wished : oVllclons foods for sale by
sympathy of every man who, |I Mr. Bliss traced events leadingto to be relieved of his duties for ALL GOOD GROCERS
literally, you might say, lived with I,I present conditions and drew a the week-end, so he sent the following -
Tommy here. Tommy, although parallel between the entry of this message to his bishop: WALKER'S AfSTEX CHILI CO.
.modest and unassuming, Impressed country into the first world war "I regret to inform you that my
all of us with his ability to make and its moves in relation to the wife has just died, and I shouldbe Austin, Texas
friends and his willingness to carry present war. He said that it fa obliged if you would lend me a
his share of the work. Tommy a curious fact that although 85 substitute for the week-end.-Ex.
enjoyed the complete confidence!i I i per cent of the people were shown
and friendship of every man In his to be against war, the majority are
squad-room and his loss ts sincerely ''in I favor of the steps taken which
:: deplored by all of us. (I|i have led the United States towardwar
"While It Is impossible I to visualize -' and he cited the lease-lend
any reason for your great bill as en example.
loss, if Is as Cod ruled, and "While we claim to be arming *
my has gone on to a Tom-I I to save democracy, we actuallyare
ward. In the thought that losing our own democratic ass
died every inch a nun and a principles," Mr. Bliss held, "at
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dier, we are certain that you will shown by the powers delegatedto
be comforted."To I the president by congress
a man, our thoughts are I i and by the lack of interest exhibited so
with you In Chit hour of sorrow?*I by our representatives on such
Under Private Levasseur's signature momentous Issues as the spendingof
are those of: Fritz B. Krebs, a aeven-billlon-dollar defense
John T. Lanford, Horace F. Hor- fund, during discussion of which
ton, Robert C. Wolfe, George W. only one-quarter of the house
Neitz, Homer H. Hotfa, Ralph L. membership was present. a' "rnRlt"a -
Eden, Paul D. Hicto, John E. I Expressing doubt as to thf future .
Phlpps, Samuel B. Eskrldge, WayneG. economic liability of this
G. Boone, Jr., Lee B. Beyer/ Phil 1:country, the Herald columnistsaid
Boyer, Lloyd C Billings, Lee R. that the United States Is contributing -
Mull. j unlimited amounts of

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1e right down to it, one reason They can double the air supply as well I

GETTING you get at much as 10% to ai the gasoline feed- and that' some \

15% more miles per gallon from 1941 thing you can't do In any suifle-csrbu.

r FIREBALL Duick with Compound Carretor car.

buretion is that this engine i* supplied So Compound Carbvrton! Jet as

with more air much as 800 miles for the ,a.-co.t of

700 in earlier Buicks of the tame size.

For it I it a mixture of gasoline and air
It alto provides a walloping big bank of
that fives .
you power.A '
reserve power, which mean an up
and-at-'em lift and that'
surge nothing;
single carburetor, no matter bow
abort of thrilling to experience.
many jets it has, can handle only ao j
much air. And you can have Compound Carbu- ,

ration, you know, on day 1941 Buick

But two carburetor that function II it's only a few dollar
extra the f0C6 4
EVEN slight defects of vision can cause serious HttJtJ, .* i i. the case in Compound well bit SncuL "'

eyestrain. Then headaches, indigestion and Carburetion, can meet any pel-supply pictured here, and J

other ills follow. need from low-speed to heavy-power standard equip-!

use and attcaji provide a wellbalment on all other!

Maybe you think your eyes are perfect, but anted mixture model for the sualnesa

: the way to be sure is to have them examined. with- Coups .

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I THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE m"r yj.oc.iPA --HJGHJ.IGH'T'- ,, i -m] I

.... Lights Shades!
'.bl"' trUT* at HomilMil FU. .
kr UM Suitk Dodo FublMilfif Compinjr.IN .- ;- j-r- -,-i.w-uyj. *...'I", "_".'_*v... _. '"W'"t &'STtt'V'l *" iyii'yZ' *_'=*:X
I t.t.md an _. claw roan matter By Robert Kyle BettsNwrN.ww.w.NIwNNwwNwNNNwIw
womb 1{. JIlt, at the part 01/1. .. ,
R..Iwt-.d. Florida e.d.t the set ofsorb67 50W7 '
M" Sean will fc. tUd to me,1,. err
r _... from his Mdm. If *,? (,.;? t
ARCHER.. FlwUnit and Salts or krtof .'Maly. would ||fchar -
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,; .AMOItll MUCH ARCHERy -_-.. .t P. O. B... 405. 11_....., IT*.u
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1', : svBSCRIt loN BARS This meditation on molecules

br } b DaM Collate_ trio was written while seated on s .
j'tt ........ .( IM Cow ?_ use bench in Riverside Park in New,

,' York. Some of my young friends
R- here In Redland High School or
ii. _
Miami Pan-American
t Aft In Homestead High School may '

, :, :\ Center take exception to some of the

. itatements. They might tell m* "
, t' Senator Pepper and Congressman that hydrogen is no longer eon/i r
, ) I Pit Cannon of the Fourth sidered an element and that aa '
't Florida Congressional District will element Is no longer consideredthe

t t f t jointly press for the adoption by ultimate In dissolution I sip i
i Congress of a bill for the eltaI cerely hope they do. The discus

I r', blishment'of a Pan-American ceIIttt ONLY coutryrSH' --':.- ; :; r .... lion would prove very interesting
ter at Miami for the coordination ........ : '. all.Twilight. ""
J I /!MNT8INED'HATeFRY : .. ,;: +,'!.8 .I I to| us
ttt: I commercial and cultural relation .
d t> between the Amerclan re- : /N THIS :- -' II truly the dreamer's '

f .. publlci. ,UNUSUAL hour! The sun Js likes gigantic '
t The bill provide: *** i COUNTRY, 'ANlmRI. .J .'" molten jewel that seems to melt

,. '. ; "That the secretary of state pray Tiff!40TrsADOISCWex11ATrWfQij PAFf'EQAND\ ; .. l 1IJo..I/ ,,: -tv ( Into the purple line of Jersey hills, .
UK any agency of the flderallOv- .0 Long shadows lie across the bosomof
i1( ernment approved by the President r6/B90M8E =. -.i. V..r! r'-e' 't", the Hudson, and a day Is end
NEAP Ak'nAND"'POU:1 A7 ., .: .
: In such establishment or In ; .
ri"1 y the operation of such project, and COUNTY FI02/0 .'NNs l/rr e.JUMltE6O K! ''' ; .. Ing.The vibrations of life

t li authorized to co-operate with I ALe /F'OJ' FUeNJW0M,4Et12rFOiAfAGN P.2INe5 ;..;.;; \_ as New York seem to
pause changes her
'i < American republic, state and local COUN T LANES mnrAOVER RON III.:; P4""" -:&;.o ij '. '.h '.-; L J garment of the day to a softer

i j ; J agencies In such establishment and \ 000 f/AfG eiW& USs."I. :\. ;:..; robe of night.
operation, and with other public, SUffolffSfff at Tffff f 0.J a : '' "' 1\:
AN// is715 IlS /' \.Wi: Behind me U New York, with how
eml-publlc. or private I In . .
agencies .. .
QAdJ'W7QN au4. .t.;., millions
of ,
many peoplel Indi ,
1 -g the this establishment connection ai he and shall operation lee fit of In 111& /il7Z;vIRY/Nm/NS T1Nd/e/1oorhSr"v" ; .t.': .its l0 vidual beings, human molecules

if trill I project, and with the approval / tJNF-/f'ce PG7LS A/fi ':rJMJ'f ; ,,' : moving in the great supersolutlon

: :s of the President to establish such Commr7PCIUOAmAr 19 7'Z P/Z/ GtY/_., \ of life, Llfel A drop of It here,

.I'} . regulations as he deems I /ONa6 A7 P ISKtS 1.- --1' 1;, I, and we have New York; a smaller
necessary '
'RN,? / drop there; and Chicago becomes ,
to carry out the purpose of this I j "f? ,
act and is. Other drops-other cities
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: "That the secretary of state may I
receive and accept In the name of tent different: to events which are of Life a strange complex solution y

r I the U. S. of A. any gifts or cooperation LIBRARY FACTS I paramount Importance to all men and you and I make it so. No '

l : : ( from any source which I and women today, CURRENT two molecules are the same and '

! ) he may deem fit toward the furtherance o 0 yet we are fundamentally similar. '
I i tt : of the purposes of this AND FANCIES Upton Sinclair, becoming hs| COMMENTBy Each of us has the same kind of

I'; Ict. I own advance agent says his forthcoming atoms in the molecule of our be.
, \ That there Ii hereby authorized By MRS. J, K. QAUZENS novel, "Between Two AGN'EW: WELSH: ing. a'

\ 'I to be appropriated, out of any ,,, ,,, , ...,,, .......,..,,.,,'AR I Worlds, U I sequel\ to last year's ..____Ml........_IN NNN NNIINM W NIrEditor. In the realm of chemistry are '
I : money In the treasury not otherwise World's End", It Includes "six None Mr. W.... wk..Im.o..lnt. many elements so called because :
,; ; I appropriated, sufficient lum.1 LIBRARY HOURS I full-length love stories, three .they be .I.M agreement his "'__or...t.."varim"m.Mtb. .r their atoms are supposed to be the"

I I as deemed necessary to carry Monday. Wednesday Thursday, weddings, two separations, and two wild his! ofilik_ A"'_ _...nl- ultimate In, dissolution. Let uf
: J: and effect the purposes of this act I 1-' p. ... I PTnesday 1 murders." The characters will Include r'--tft.-: P1.W."- .as H. .. look at three of these elements, the .

: I, not to exceed $10,000,000 for the 1 1I Friday, 1* a. ....1 p. m Hitler, Mussolini, Anatole three: that are more generally ;'
I :' \ original establshment of said Saturday .-11 a. 00.1 |-' p. gar I I France, John Sargent and. Isadora A meterologlst says that about Found than all ef the others com* .
? ; ter and not to exceed $ cen-I V-0 IN % Duncan. twenty years ago began a weather !blned. These three are carbon, '
t. annually for Its operation and -. cycle that will gradually increase hydrogen and oxygen. These eke
a: t Ii' maintenance" I "The Wounded Don't Cry" by Books recently acquired by the the dryness of northern United ments combine In various ratios "

," \ !I Quentin Reynolds I 11 an Integrated library are: "Swamp Water" by States and Increase the rainfall in and give us all of our sugars, ",

Simplicity Is America'sfashion series of article that appeared In Vereen Bell, "The Case of the the southern part, and adds that U starches, etc. In other ratios they; ,,
: Colllier magazine from May 10, Haunted] Husband" by Earle Stanley this condition prevails for two or give us alcohols, glycerin, vinegars
\ I 1940, until recently when the author Gardner, "The Private Practice three decades more It may prove formaldehyde, citric acid lactti .

:' ':; 't The pattern of life In America, returned to this country. of Michael Shayne" by Brett serious detriment 0 a to a agriculture. acid| and so on, and on, with almost
There 1
: a continuity to these articles I I Halliday, "King's Row" by Henry an endless range pf possible
y as well as the pattern of fashion,
; that A United Press !
ti give the reader a vivid correspondent, combinations.The' .
"The Silent Drum" by
I ; \ Is definitely headed toward simplicity picture of now In the U. S. but for
the French the
; \ I I, during 1941.The Neil H. Swanson, "By Way of the structure of the molecule 'fa-
existing and dying-but nev- eight year stationed in the heart
; (' trend, ai revealed In a consumer Silver Thorns'1 by Grace Livingston changed by the Introduction o( 'e
( In the of European affairs
/ er crying- confualon of war. says that the \\11
I ri l and Industrial survey, shows / Hill, "Fanny, Gaslight" by : other atoms or by the removal o| 1i
i : By a subterfuge Mr, Reynoldswai smaller European nations cannot
that America In I' Michael Sadleir, "H. M. Pulham some atoms held by "preient-afHn .t'
t streamlining Itself I
I at the afford the modern
front witness
an eye equipment to "
I Esquire" by John P. Marquand nit,. And a stimulus of .
-< \ I In Its habits of life and dress, to the tragedy described until defend themselves He predicts energy
,\ as well in Industrial and "The Unobstructed Universe"by i In some form, la always require} ,
as p"h t
cta'i "It seemed better to run". H* ran a united -states of Europe quite ,
:; jf' The study, which, wn releasedin to London and settled down\ waitingfor Stewart Edward: White, I similar to our, wherein each will The molecule of matter has M

t Washington this week, listed: I II the Invasion. He is not alone new conduct its own internal affairs but heart, no soul, no intelligence. It

: 'I "Simplicity has always meant,among correspondent who think in general be governed by one must submit Itself to an omnipo* '
t I good taste-but In boom times, !that England won the war at Dun- Children in Court i central power. It would not take tent law of harmony or balance. ".

:' It' simplicity Is often forgotten when By Judge Malcolm Hatfleld I many guesses to tell which, one It must release, or adopt, or shift '

:j the purchasing power of the pub kirk.From London to Ireland and r" "r'M"nwNNmwwrl, +w.wwwwwwwnLw/wr"r would like to be "If. its atoms until a perfect harmonyIs
t lie Is Increased. back to London. After enduringthe established under whatever influence ,
;: i! f At this time however, with the ARE DELINQUENCY AREASSEGREGATED I Is present \
. j same uncertainty as the Eng-I ? Among the crimes punishable by
; Industrial index up, and the national llshmen Quentin Reynolds Is fully\ death under Rumania's criminal In the chemistry of matter toe 'W I
: ; \ income Increasing by leaps A group of ladle attending a new In '
r I qualified to. tell why and how the code Is that of publishing atoms of elements are physical;
: And bounds, world conditions have [ luncheon concluded that delin- car*
: ; people of England are enduring against the the alchemy of life the .atoms of
..y had a tremendous Influence on the heir hardships. quency is found only In slum areas. government elements are psychical.
: public state of mln4"I I e . I I They did not seem to realize that What no donkey, elephant No .
Unlike the molecule of /
: fThe War, the national defense I I crime I 11 not checked by a railroador lion or bear to enliven the political matfcftthe
I Fascinating beyond description river page? Life will be very tame over molecule pf humanity has s\ -
; in this and passing through
a -
: program country, i certain
.' are the 61 lovely natural photographs district there. heart a soul: Intelligence.. We
events sobering Inn
Arrangement can of Volition dlsaard an
reproduced In "Flower our own
: ; pittance, have re-awakened I Ideal are at all times carried .
in Color" by F. F. Rock- atom of malice or of selfishness.We .
In the public of the back and forth by children from Florida earth sepultures the
: I appreciation .well can adopt atom of love or J
and Esther C. Grayson. an
I bones of twM
values of simplicity I one section of the city to another. members of royal
: I This Is evident In big cities' The: photographs are a revelation Therefore it Is Impossible to completely families. Ned Tallahassee Is the generosity, and our molecule isr'j

and small towns, throughout the' \ a* to. what can be done with I I Isolate and segregate acalled so- grave of Prince Murat, son of the changed,
country. One of the best examples flowers, fruits, marine specimens restricted district fromother king of Italy and nephew of Na The same kind of atoms go to

is women's dress-and bow women avid dried plant material In this neighborhood in which juvenile poleon: in a Miami cemetery-rest, make up formaldehyde as go to

; draw is an exact reflection, many I book flower arrangement and crime I Is prevalent No the mortal remain of the Count make up sugar The difference "
t I : times of the national state of mind 1 color combination live on to give i chain I* stronger than the weakest lot Covadonga who met death here lies In the way in which the atom '
pleasure long after the originals link an automobile accident in of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen 4
"In years gone by there was a | and no city can eonaider'ltalf September -
r ruth to the frills of Paris. Today||'have perished. This I* as It should I exempt until it Immunizes every 1938. He wa the. eldest are brought together, the quantity '

Ii i New York, rather than Paris, tsi':I'i be since all flower lovers, when street and alley within Its boundarles. ; son and heir apparent of the King Involved, and the influence, or .

1 y the style center. And I Study .fl|i I they w'f a perfect floral display, of Spain, later dethroned, and a.tIa.t stimulus employed.
I I E th* style being currently released 1'jalgti'' regret that It cannot last A dissolute attitude on the part I Interred In Rome on Feb. 28 The Great Alchemist gave each ,
t definitely show a pattern of tom{forever. of cltlseA toward crime with th emeant With due pomp and ceremony of us power to construct our own .

i plcltyhat.\ Is W tune with the I I e P I widespread use of motion picture molecule. There are atom of fin {h

time, And they are smart .1le..1 i Publishers find that the present radios and magazines as youthful crime i* more prevalent the many psychic element present
for simplicity has always meant 'world woditkuu\ are mpooalblelfor !lot recreation, are the paramount neighborhood possessing largare He provided each of us with

smartness.. manuscript not being received'i l'methods by which children number of adult offenders, because evolition, or stimulus to effect the '
according to schedule.: The .u- made aware of this subject Crime youngsters unconsciously absorb change<< And the field of possible .:,

than apologize for the delay by I I ps not only exploited In our the the viewpoint of the resident differences or development in the
When you encounter stumbling saying that the war is a mental)I acres and press. but also In many In their neighborhood. On the alchemy of life are as infinite a*
stones along the" way, step oa them detraction and they cannot work estabUhlments where slot machines other hind it i* an undisputedfact the span from Lucifer to Christ.

att4 10 ahead. consistently ai during time and.other games of chance that children highly desirable -

For results Leader- peace. And the publisher are .I uuull in children a desire to get neighborhoods seem to conform Th occupations of the civiUied -
use ,sympathy with the authors- something for nothing. spontaneously to the Ideal race are work and lookingfor

Enterprise Classified Ads fact admire them for not, being 1"tablW1e4 fact that I prevailing in such localities. work"-Ex.a

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Fridav.'March 21. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pate Five ,i

nffILgllnliLIuliwuIuinuIlint i I Keel, Alma Root Billie Van1 I Cape Sable road Wednesday night on the whole to have come off full benefits of the new canal . ," \
Winkle, MJoma Kahl and Eliza and Thursday morning. easily . Modello glade also
got came "C i. box and sons, William ,
beth Smith. (Redland) ,a few gators but the fun they had clear. Naranja was pretty hard and Victor, leave Sunday for their 1:

20 Years Ago Mar. U, 19tl more than compensated for the hit but the plantings at Princetonwere home in Moberly, Mo."

-"Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland have scarcity of eaters in their Vicinity. only affected in Spoil by the -"A girl was born to Mr. and
I, Sam and Fred were towed in from water. The Gouldt district which Mrs. Frank Patterson at Redland
occupied the Loveland
Lodge West Lake on account Of a broken has approximately 1.200 acres this "
11111III 11I11I11I111111I11I1111I111I11111111: II owned by E. C. Loveland, west of| motorcycle chain." year, was at least 50 pei cent damaged I Wednesday

town. Mr. Kirkland Is a managerfor -"A boy was born to Mr. and the loss being mostly "Granddad Waliam Is hiking
n UII lM hem are MM Mrtl ainpng
** (... tttm ftfcrt.i the a...- the American Fruit Growers' Mrs. Henry Grantham at Highland 'around telling all about Miss Kathleen -
.rtM MteklMwl M... It. l.irM Assn. Wednesday last . .* the large growers on Seminole Irene Waliam\ who arrived
MM, IMUI rte a. a.._ Sad Plaint which has "
-"The Homestead Growers' not received the Monday

. OH. IT. IMk Ml w BMM -"The town. clerk was rather
sued lwct-r. U getting into the tomato
surprised the other day to find that l
game stronger this week, their: av
Mar I. MM the town hall had been sold for
shipments running round 8 car*.
_"Sixty-three stockholders tdate o Six cars of grapefruit will also be I about $35.00 the other day by Ben

have signed up for the cooperative shipped. They report to.b. prices' Shepard. It happened this way:
Someone oil
grocery to be known M on tomatoes about $3.80." forgot that these lots
the New Store. It 1* expected the y"The Standard I belong to the town and sold them
Growers' Exchange for 1917
Will get it least 100 stockholders, la I and 1818 taxes. Therefore -
briskly moving their
was necessary for the townto
Capital stock li put at 5000. Constitution -
share of the tomato Ten
crop. cars the bill
pay or have no town
by-lawi adopted
last week and nine this week will hail,"
last Monday' night, after which the bring In quite a bit to their .
following directors were elected: era" grow-J "Hon. C D. Bryant, T M.,
Dr. J. A. Sutton, H. H. Ewing E. I I D. s., has purchased a very well I
:A. Ennii, Mrt. L. M. Smelser and "Miss Eunice Hildreth Nixon I known make of automobile. HeI T.
E. A. Carter. After the close of the daughter of L. D. Nixon, was!I I has got tired of chasing bootleggersand {

stockholder meeting the director quietly united in matrimony to speeders on foot, so he has a xrtr I
met and elected the following J. L. Batchellor of Akron. Ohio adopted more effective methods."

officeri: president, E. A. Carter;; 'Tuesday at high noon. Following I "Miss Eunice Nixon was givena 1e
vice-president, Dr. J. A. Sntton; ceremony which was performed delightful lingerie and stocking
L. M. Smeller . ."; by Dr. J. A. Sutton, the happy
secretary Mrs. ''shower at the home of Mrs. Curl
j couple left for
a trip to Havana
,Deden last Saturday afternoon : I
-"Mrs. Carl Deden li giving a I ,They will make their home here I
shower Saturday afternoon next in> ,until May I, when they wllLJeave An Easter egg hunt was the cause
honor of Mini Eunice Nixon, whomarriage I1 j for Akron I|'I of much laughter Miss Othelia ;
,Fuchs being the victor ."
to J. l. Batchelor of I
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Florida City takes place March' -"W.E. Livingston K Crow, Foy Hobbs and i|I -"The. Pioneer Guild at their Serving 71 Military Camps
,,8. are on a ,
{11Itll. |(trip this week." fi.nln'l j I last regular meeting seriously! discussed -
="B. A. Waldin la the advisability of selling in
reported a I"Mrs.' I Dixie
Given Victor returned I!1
their hall, 1
being greatly improved, after his as one or two enterprises f
stroke of two weeks ago . ." ,last Saturday from a severalweeks' which would benefit Red-
| Seventy-one military and establishments where
I I trip to Moberly Mo. 'I''I'I 'I land contemplate locating here camps ,
-"Mrs. Jos' A. Markham and son''I I I' -"Mrs. E. H. Hlner was given and the Guild Hall serves a desirable more than 570,000 men will be in training, are locatedin
Arrived from New Brit-
Wednesday I
a surprise party Sunday night at location. (Redland) the nine state served by Southern Bell.
pin Conn., where they had been I1 the Florida City canal." I I II I la 63 of them, tail Company is providing and maintaining
-"Anywhere from th.to
visiting. Mrs. Markham, who is a I
trained nurse, came here Immedi-I 1 I I"J.. R. Sullivan returned this(eight Inches of rain were reported the telephone facilities. Necessary switchboards
fetely upon receiving word of the,' from Nassau, where he has !to have fallen between sunrise and and other equipment and more than 66,000 miles of telephone *

condition of her father B. A. Wal-(:been farming Dick had charge I'sunset, playing hob with some wire in cables have already been installed. Additional

din. Her husband will be down, of 145 acres of tomatoes on New !'croppers and apparently helping equipment will be provided as required.

later, and after their visit they will Providence Island and, owing to 'others. At Highland, the tomatoes Nearly$40,000,000 will be this by SouthernBell
return to their home In Moran, the extreme dryness of the suffered the greatest damage, there for construction and spent year !
JWyo." er, he did not pick a single w.ath-I being an exceptionally heavy new general expansion to meet
from, a S3 acre field. He says the 'downfall in the Afternoon between 9 the South' increasing: telephone needs. New central: offices
-"Everett Theodore Knowles
idea that the Bahamas beat South : buildings and local and distance lines
one and two o'clock. Approximately long are being
reigning, 7% pounds arrived Tuesday -
morning, February 14th. Dade for farming is all wrong.I four inches i* the calcu- ,put into .service and the net gain in new telephones i*

Mother and child are doing well'Grandpa Their fruit when they are lucky lated fall during that period . expected to reach 11',000 this year.

/ ruche Is just as nthu- enough to make any, has better The damage there I ill estimated between Aware of the telephone'vital pan La national defense,
carrying qualities than ours, but SO and 75 per cent . At thousands
plastic as anybody""A of telephone men and their
women ate devoting
a good yield rarely occurs" Royal Palm Hammonck the loss
girl born to Mr. efforts to the
was an supplying communica-
d"A very successful (?) alligator will be even higher, as the plants xJSfts.increasing
Mn. C M. Redd at the Homestead tioa needs !
i and
hunt was participated in byEdwin have 'wilted considerably. Much governmeat industry.
Hospital on Thursday afternoon at of this stuff planted when
and Cecil Hook, Sam Me- was
0p.m. Klnstry, Fred Mowry, Chesley the water level was as high as *

-"A girl arrived Sunday night Saunders, Hery Brooker, Jr. John after the rain. Homestead and
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cox I Lawrence and D. Haines, on the Florida City east glades appear, _
at Modello -
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-"A. R. Livingston, R. L. Ba-
con, R. C. Lindsay, J. M. Scarborough -
and Wm. Brady returned
:Tuesday from Lake Worth where We'd like you to see and drive And with its room and ride and
they have been surveying" No Ford has ever carried the finest Ford we've) ever built. view, you get Ford extra power

-"Mrs. U If'. Corneas and You'll find its big bodies longer with extra thrift, the biggest hydraulic

(daughter left Wednesday for their inside greater in total seating brakes near its price, and

home In Jacksonville, after a pleasant width and larger in windshield, a lot of fine-car mechanical "features"
visit with Mrs. Corneas' sister, EXTRA VALUE than anything else in that Ford found only in I Ford at

)Irs. Geo. Hanson." price field right now. low price.

"Mrs. George C. Smith one of You'll find a great new Ford If you are choosing a new car .

:Redland's charming winter guests r[ quite so far I! ride, too. A soft and quiet new thilyearyou'lc1owIDottoe
from Hempstead, L. r., entertained that has surprised I lot of this Ford. And not just because

tier wee daughter Elizabeth on people and may surprise you. wesayeo,bvtbeosusethefactsdole
Saturday afternoon with a George

,Washington party. Those enjoying -
the delightful time were:

John Bauer Jr. Eleanor Bauer,
Katharine Bauer, Lawrence Cam -
bell Eugene Campbell Eull.Campbell J

Margaret Roberts, Elizabeth N, P
Roberts, Wilmer McCuIlough Ir
;Viola McCuIlough. Dollie McCoul-

Sough, Clara McCuIlough, Kath-
line Cast, George Koset, Bodll

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;; Papre Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday March 21,1941

i ,Cochran last visited here 20 years elder of the Georgia District of'I Mr*. C. Dunn who have beer
ago. the Free Methodist Church and visiting In Florida City
"" former district elder of the Miami 'lot Mr. and Mr*. Wm. J. Gerbety
and Around Mr. and JfA; : : W. Mohn returned District, spoke at the Free Methodist
{ In : Waited In Key West last
jl .. .. Tuesday to their home on Church in Florida City Tuesday accompanied by fn. Louis Roth,!
I Hainlln drive after having spent night Mr. and Mrs Ballew I I enber,. The Carderos returned
the winter in Chicago. and a friend Miss Sally Giles, I north Sunday. .M ,'

Homestead i County Commissioner J. D. Redd were entertained at the parsonage .
Is in Jacksonville presiding at a on Monday. Mr. Wm, J Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan of J
/, I meeting of the Florida Association Brook accompanied the party on Park, Ill., former neighbor of Mi,
-- \ of County Commissioner in session a trip to Key West, I and Mrs. Wm, J. Geronlmo wiles

Capt. and Mrs. L. R. Jacob who(bro.her; and sitter-in-law Dr. and there yesterday, today and I'' they lived In Cajeme, Mexico
: Clarence Green of Washington, visited at the
j Geronimo
,; have been spending the winter Mrs. John M. Blackford of Seattle, tomorrow. home hen
D. C., tpent-FfkUy and Saturdayat Sunday.
: their son-in-law and daughter who there their I
with stopped on way the Palms Hotel. ,
I 'j Mr. and Mn. Adrian Jacobs,!to Havana. Mr. and Mrs. Black. FLORIDA CITY I
The 20th
for Palatka where, ford to be In Miami next birthday annlvel'llil
;: will leave today plan
... Mra.Y.. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore David of Bill Geronimo
By W. every i iI of Jr.. was observe
I they will visit a week before go-|Monday also when the Dr. and
New York City spent the weekendat
at dinner
ed family
Sunday. '
tag to their home in Evansville, Mrs. Blackford pass through on 1
. I the Lewis cottara.Mra.
'r Ind. I I their return trip. Paul Haley who was Injured In
Charles Clinton who I II employed
--- an automobile accident last week
Selma Mattson returned to
at Marathon, spent the weekendat
: : and Mrs. A. T. Arthur left'' returned to his home Saturday
W. R. Anderson attended a district Cape Sable Friday accompanied his home here. '
Sunday for a tour of several,I meeting of oil dealers In Sara- from the James Archer Smith by little Norma Becker who will j
} months through the southern sota yesterday. Hospital. Mrs! Haley remained'I,spend a week with her grandmother. Frank Snow, D. Lessen, David
j in the hospital until Turaday.I I h
; states. Snow and Bert Potter enjoyed I
.1 : --- Mr Green Rives and daughter, fishing trip off Tavernier
;; I ; ; deep-sea
Mr C. McComb
: John B. Moffett will leave today Emma Jane, spent the weekendwith Waldo Rothenberg and his two of Chicago and I Monday.
; : for Fort Monmouth, N. J. His Mr. Rives in Bartow. Dr. room-mates, Irving Stroh of New I Miami spent Monday and Tuesdayat 'A
.. Haven, Conn., and Norman Leykes the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
brother, left yesterday for r
Billy and Mrs. Harry Eversoll of Mari Mr. and Mrs. George Basset)
of Asheville, N. c., arrived Tuesday F. A. Robertson.
Fort MscDill, Tampa. etta, Ohio, spent several days last and r. and Mrs. Clarence Frost at
j. from New Haven where they
.' I week with Mrs. Rives in Home- Yale Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Potter of !North Haven, Conn., started south
. are attending University, to
; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brooks have stead. Dr. Eversoll is president; spend the Easter holidays with I Simsbury, Conn., are spending a 'last; Saturday for a visit in Florida
I. : : \ t as guests Mrs. E. L. Krone oft I of Marietta College. Mr. Rothenberg's mother, Mrs two-week vacation visiting Mrs. : City. '
+ { Mainetvllle, N. J., and her daughter : Louis Rothenberg, and his uncle Emma Rice and her father, Frank I 4
I i ; 1 Elizabeth. I Julia Ann ,daughter of CoL and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Wm J. Snow. Henry Baum, Charlie Frat and
," |and Mrs. Alva Lee, Is in the James I Geronlmo. Miss Minerva Har- '" Fred Parlln enjoyed a fishing trip
M-Q.; :
; ,1 Mill Alta Webster left Monday I I I Archer Smith Hospital recovering, wood of Stamford, Conn, a niece Mr. and Cardero and Monday. '
r 1.1 after a one-week vacation for from influenza.
; I of Mrs. Rothenberg, visited her
: J! Decatur, Ga., where she Is a Junior I recently. I
. : } at Agnes Scott College. I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Kirby and -
: '... ., \) son, Howard spent Sunday visitIng Mr and Mrs Roger Snow of i
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones of I II friends in Pahokce. I II Fort Pierce, and Infant son, Philip, MILL Onniv It you have felt that an excitingly
Miami were guests Sunday of Mr. attractive kitchen Is con
I : : are here visiting relatives
, and Mrs. J. R. Hlckion In Naran. Miss VeSia Kedgcpeth of Home- i fined to newly built homes and

i ; Ja. stead spent the week-end with I! Mrs. Jack Freeman and her two' modern-home magazine pictureslet
. I friends in Miami. children and Mrs. Vera Freeman' us show how wrong you've
Mn. C. H. Steffanl has been an I and Dewey Freeman left Tuesdayfor been! We can suggest Fine
,\ : Influenza patient In the James Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nicholson and, Lewlsburg, Va., after a two-' Modern Mill Work that will
Archer Smith Hospital since Mon. i children, Nicky and Fanchone, ',week-visit with relatives here. transform your kitchen-or entire
I : II day spent the week-end visiting In home-to last-minute Mod-
I i, I Tampa and Plant City. Robert Bass left last week on a I ernnessl! Costs won't be a frac-
i \ MI'1.I. R. Underwood of Dublin, I business trip to Jacksonville.Roy I tion of what you would sup
i-:'i Ga., arrived Tuesday to visit her Mrs. Luther Chandler and pose. Talk with us!
' : ( sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. I I I daughter, Linda, who was born Allen and Archie Watten-
I and Mr*. Jesse Underwood and last week In the James Archer
lJ, I I burger of Athens, Tenn., left recently
: i Mr. and Mn. Clayton Underwood Smith Hospital, will be returnedto for their homes after a BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC.
inNaranj*. Mn. J. R. Underwood their home in Goulds tomorrow. visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. Clon- I
. : i i. :' wa a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. I nger and family. Lumber, Hardware Sash, Doors, Tools
t C. T. Anderson on Wednesday.Mrs. R. E. Harris of Key Largo la a j PHONE 12 HOMESTEAD. FLA.

' .. !patient In the James Archer Smith The Rev. M. C. Ballew, district
1 Leon Burnett of West Hospital I
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Palm Beach and her son, Buddy I I -
'x; are spending the week with relatives I Mrs. H. A. Cameron, who has:
::" ; In Homestead. been In the James Archer Smith
j:': Hospital recovering from a broken '
, ( Mr. and Mrs.S. L. West entertained hip was returned. to her home yesterday .
\ Sunday their son-in-law : '.
: : ; :4 and daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. O. I ,
, ,' : Murrah of Miami, and another, Mr*. JoboiWUberg of Palisades
, s daughter Miss Martha West of i,Park, N. J., the former Baroness, .d!
Von Lleber, . UseRedland .
, ,s Hollywood. Erna Olympia games I
; \ i official, I* spending two weeksat
: IJ' Mn. Frank Webb. spent Tuesday -i|' the home of Mr. and Mrs. d. A.I '

\ t with her mother, Mr*. O. West.
I : : ', ':\ Freeman, In Miami. 14'1 I I I II
1.1 I John Brown who has been
i t 3; Mia Yvonne Pollard was spending the winter here left BrandFertilizer :
! a week-end guest of Mr. and Mr*. ,Saturday for Leetonla, Ohio. II 11 ',
. ; : Jim Bradford In Miami
! I Mr. and M--r. Ray had a*:
; : The Rev. and Mn. R. F. Black- ;visitors yesterday Mrs. Ray' nephew
1 :'1 ford pent several hours In Miami and niece, Mr. and Mr*. RobertA. I
j I ; J Monday with Mr. Blackford' Cochran of Maysvllle, Ky. Mr.;

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PANTHER HUNTIN Norman will represent the local responded to the rising vole of There wa one of these modem ling. Said the efficiency expert: "i
squadron on the district executive thanks given the local organisationtor efficiency experts who was sent "What are you laughing about?
FLORIDA SEEN committee.District. Its hospitality out to Colorado Into the mountain Ar you laughing sU me?" ti.
officer elected were: A parade led by three 40-and-8 to advise the mirier*. One old "No" replied the miner. "I was
Robert Aulger of Miami, captain, locomotives and a drum and bugle miner, driving him through the Just thinking about that buffalo.
BYROTARYCLUBA Sidney Welch of Lake Worth, first What fool he was all his life not
corps preceded the opening ceremonies mow and c.ld, spread a buffalo a
i lieutenant; Gordon Sands of Fort held In the municipal park. lap robe over the knee of both of to know a simple thing like that,"'
Lauderdale, aecond lieutenant; Councilman W. R. Bird made an them. Chrlitlan Herald
sound film showing the edu- Donald Moore of Miami, adjutantand address of welcome on behalf of Said the efficiency expert: "Youought
cational work In conservation finance officer; Jim Allen of the city, and Norman Moore of to turn the hair on the In- TROPICAL.MONKEYJUNGLE.
which the Florida Game and FreshWater ]Belle Glade, chaplain; Frank Way Coral Gable squadron responded. ilde. Don't you know If* a great
Fish Commission Is conductIng ores West Palm Beach serleantlatarma. -I Following devotionals led by Past deal warmer U. have the hair next
was shown at the meeting of Other on the district Captain Simmon of West Palm to your body" The old minerTurner's
the Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday -I executive committee betide Norman Beach a complete fish fry luncheon -
'noon in Legion Hall by are: Bill Webb, Jr.. of Del- prepared and cooked In the MONKEY
Homer Rhode, conservation offi- ray Beach; Conrad Demro of Hol- park by member of the local JUNGLEINTUCsXS.
I lywood and Eugene. Ginsberg of Legion port and Its auxiliary, was Funeral Home .
cer.Among scenes shown were a Miami Beach. served, and gallons of fruit Juice .&-n AMBULANCE 8E1VICI
panther hunt and a bob-cat hunt W C. Wall*, of Harvey Seed were available at all times, .
a. SlMMrt MM>t>rJwiJ
both filmed In the vicinity of Fort Post, American Legion, Miami, After lunch, the Sons of the Lady AttendantPhone > MM W..lM
Myers. Killing of one of the dogs chairman for the Son of the Legion Legion and their sponsors repairedto 104-R Homestead, Fla. 0064 81"th ad
In the panther hunt when the big fifth district, gave a short the,Lei Ion Hall where the district -
cat was surrounded was clearly talk.E.. meeting was held and the
discernible. J. Norman, John G. Salley local officer Installed. READ THE WANT-ADS
Next week' meeting of the club .-
will be a ladies' night, with din.
In Legion Hall.MOVEMENT. 11I1I

(Continued From Page FOR One) I These Used Car Bargains I II

of the Junior Woman' Club of
Homestead, and her fellow club
memben have been seeking a
place suitable for their annual I Mean I
and cabaret gatherings.and other large dances '

"These clubs and other local
clubs feel the need of an

um place with where an adequate district and.aUdltorl-t MONEY t t

tion place dance.meetings where young can be people tan I IN THE BANK! I"I"i

"It I* agreed that only a beginning
can be made this year but
the beginning can be a part of a .
carefully planned and beautiful GUARANTEED TO BE .
project which will be developed
O. F McIntyre, staff artlkt for
o the Miami Daily News, on Tuesday i
promised a committee from
I the art club, Mrs. Maud E. Chandler -
Mrs, Frank Webb and Mrs I 1:1

fund.which Archer will, one be sold of for his the paintings building "BANK ON BUICK" AND SAVE !

The art club 1* sponsoring, an = ;
exhibit of ten paintings by Mr .
McIntyre in the Homestead Furni- a
ture Company building.FIREMENS 19tO CHEVROLET tDOOR TOURING _
EDANhght grey orlgin. -New black paint; good tires; 4
FUND l al paint; radio; seat covers; mechanically good. A good look =_ I

== white side brest A very new ing car and priced to sell = /;,)
1 looking far pried to sell 1j'
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I meeting, Mar. 30, each and every I
Insurance company now engaged
or which shall hereafter become
I engaged In Insuring against los or j'' 1910 :MERCURY 6 .. PASSENGER .
I damage by fire or tornado shall COUPE Original maroon :
an excise license tax over I
I pay or
seat radio
paint white
; covers; ,
and above any other tax or license Black paint; tires fair. Priced: =
I sIde ires. thiS .
heretofore paid, of one percent == ear in excellent considerably under market. ==
f of the gross amount of receipts condition and has very low mile.age. -
I of premiums from policyholders .
within the corporate limitsof '
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the city of Homestead. -
I Such insurance companies, the = = '
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ordinance provide, shall receive -
I credit for the amount paid, on theamount i
: 1940 BUICK SEDAN-Blue and '
payable by such Insurer to : grey, 1941 MODEL A FORD 2-DOOR SE..
! the state of Florida for the similar two-tone paint; radio; good DAN-Good tires mechanically -
excise tax now Imposed by other tires guaranteed Save
; a car.
. c A-a
good This is a good'Model
provisions of the' laws of Florida. this
\1 U also provides, however, "that 1 3 on one. -
this ordinance shall not be construed -
to require the payment of I .
an excise tax by any Insurance
company that does not pay such Ig .
an excise tax." II

; -This car in good mechanical Several Model A Fords priced from
SONS OF LEGION == condition, tires are good and it's $35.00 to $50.00.
priced to sell. = '

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ii ,_ ,d Paw Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, ", .rdi1.19.1J

1II 1:\ II aligns Social Events in South Dade . . I



S Announcement was mad toll I| After the ceremony a reception I 24-Meeting of HomesteadArt Mlu Marilyn Kathleen Lloyd, length sleeves. Her accessories: :
week of the Carriage ef Miss was held at the home of the Club painting class at 2 in daughter of Mn. Charles C. Lloydof ware white, and her corsage was

Shirley Louie Hill of Miami and I i brlde'i parenti. Mr*. R. O. Mur- Chamber of Commerce. Sliver Palm and Thurman R made of red rosebuds. '
I Louie Dukes West of Homestead I Irah of Miami, a daughter of Mr. Mar. 24-Meeting of Jennie Lob- Miss Leggett wore a blue and
dell Cltle with Mn. Leslie Pit- Conner ion of Mr. and Mn. J. W. white dress with accessories of
. and MacOill Field Tampa on i and Mn. S. L Weat of Homestead
March lit the home of the brlde'i and a cousin of the bridegroom, ter.Mar. Conner of Homestead, were married red and a red corsage. -

parent, Mr. and Mn. F. J. Hill In i assisted in serving refreshments.The . 28-Rotary Club' Rotary, Sunday night at II o'clock in The bride comet from one of
Miami. Dr. J. E. Johnston pastor bride baa apent moat of ber Ann dinner party. the parsonage of the SIlver Palm the old pioneer families of the Red-
of the First Baptist Church iiI life In Miami and was graduatedfrom Mar. 28-Work meeting of Methodist\ Church by the pastor' land District Her father at the

I Homestead, performed the eere- Miami High School. Princeton Home DemonstrationClub of the church, the Rev. Jesse E., time of his death, ten yean ago,
many. I i I The bridegroom second ion at home of Mn. R. L. Scott. Waller. i had lived In Dade County t5
Miss LouclU! 0111. sister of the of Mr. and Mn. G. A. West, has Mar. -Meeting of Redland W. Only relative and close friends years. She was graduated from
t, bride and Etbert West brother of lived In Homestead since child- S. C. S. with Mn. Frank W. Still- were present I Redland High School in June.

the bridegroom were the attendant hood. He was graduated from man.Mar. Mill Suay Leggett and J. W. The bridegroom has spent moat
1 f *. The bride wa given in Homestead High School in I 17-Meeting of PresbyterIan Conner brother of the bridegroom, of his life in Homestead and be
.' marriage by her father. 1937 and at the time of nil enlistment Auxiliary in church. I were the attendants. I attended the Homestead schools.
She wore a dusty rose street In the army last August, Mar. 28-Annual exhibit of The bride wore a navy blue He is now employed by Fuchs
length frock with matching jacket he was manager of Weit'i Groceryon Homestead Home Demonstration crepe itreet-length frock made Baking Company in South Miami
and accessories and a gardenia Mowry atreet. He ta 1 now a Club in Future Farmer Clubhouse princess style with three-quarter where they will make their home.
corsage. Her attendant wore an corporal In the air orp.. at 0:30: o'clock. I
r aqua dress with white accessoriesand I They are making their home at Mar. 28-Annual exhibit of
I a gladioli corsage. 2801 Barcelona avenue In Tampa.If Redland Home Demonstration Club I
I i in Redland Community Church at TO PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATIONA
II 1:30: o'clock. I
r :' JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB MAKES PLANS Apr. I-Annual meeting 01 --

FOR ATTENDING STATE I:Homestead B. P. W. c. I II conservation film was shown rooms.
I. :.., CONVENT-ION I Apr. Meeting of Universlt'l by a representative of the Florida Attendance prizes were won by
I .. > ---- Club at horns of Mri. commission of game and freshwater Miss Mary Jackson's room in the
f ) Plant for a large attendance at : W. B. Caves, Jr.,and Miss Ellen at 8 o'clock. I fish at the March meeting elementary school and the junior
I the convention of the Florida Federation Huff. Apr. Meeting of Homestead of the Homestead P.-T. A. Wednesday class room in the high school.
I ' J of Women's Clubs In MI- The president announced that P.-T. A. executive committee. afternoon in the Neva King Girls from the home economics

: ami from Mar. 25 to Mar. 28 wen Mil Whitaker had been selected : Apr. -Legion Auxiliary election Cooper School.A department took care of the children -
':t' made by the Junior Woman's Club by the executive committee meeting at 8 p. m. voteof thanks was given to by directing lames during the
cf Homestead at a dinner meetingIn to represent the club on Junior I Apr. 2-Meeting of W. M. U. Mn. W. E. Higgins, mother of Mn. business part of the meeting, and
.t', Tropical Cafe Monday night day at the convention when three circle M. F. White, president, for two announcement was made that they
I'I'l when Mn. R. J. Elliott Mn. Harold members of the junior groups will ; Apr. Meeting of Garden Clubat 1 I woolen blankets and a hot water wlU do this at the rest of the
i Oxford and Mils Pearl Whit- i be selected to represent the stateat ,I Derbyshire home In Florida bottle she presented to the clinic meetings this year.
aker were hostesses. the national convention In At- I
I I H. Dr. Ira J. Joe
Mn. Jai. L. Bird, president, and lantic City.Through. City.Apr.. 7-Mating of Junior Wo- PRESBYTERIAN OFFICERS Hickson Ricks,and Charles Haynes Behrens.
I Miss Whitaker were elected delegates 1 the courtesy of the I man' Club In clubhouse.: HONOR SUPERINTENDENTOfficers
to the convention and Mrs.Virginia Davis Aloe Vera Tropical Gardens -
} I Apr. Meeting of Bow Book I and teachers of the HOMESTEAD CLUB EXHIBIT
\ Walton and Mn. Auguitu the club will supply aloe Club.
\ I Presbyterian Church of Homestead POSTPONED UNTIL filAR. M
alternate On Junior leave to be given II souvenirs on
Wynn I Apr: 11-Meeting of Princeton: gave a buffet supper Mon- The annual exhibit and pot luck
Club day, Thursday It was decided |Junior Day it was decided.
Home Demonstration Club home
day night at the manse In honorof luncheon meeting of 'the Homestead -
I I' six other Homestead mem- I On that day said Mn. Bird Junior -
of Mia Jean Coldren at 2 o'clock. the Sunday school superinten Home Demonstration Club
I ben! will come for the reception I I delegates will have luncheonat Apr. 18-Legion Auxiliary rummage dent. J. W. Irwln. has been postponed until next Fri
i to be Miami Junior the Miami Womasa'Club at
given by
1 sale in Leaner building. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. day. It will be held in the Future
The six : Mn. R. X. Sherard, 12:SO and this will be followed bya
: I. are I Apr. 15-Election: of officers ol, M. Holferty Mr. and Mn. H. L.Gouman. Farmer Club house.
l Mr. Mn. Herbert forum. After this UM Coral
Burley Dendy
Woman's Club of the Redlandi 1 1I Mr. and Mn. D. P.
Turner, Mn.! Ansel Barrow, Mn.DR. Gables club will entertain all Junior -
J of HomesteadP.T. The Legion Auxiliary plans to
I Apr. -Meeting Blake, Mr. and Mn. Irwin, Mn.
at tea in the Coral Gables A.Apr. I James Nesbltt. Mrs. J. A. Ricks, hold a rummage sale in the Loaner -

McMASTER ADDRESSES clubhouse. Delegate will wear I 24-Home Demonstration I Mn. T. L. Hodges, the Rev. Geo. building on Apr. 13.
formal dress at the evening program achievement, day meeting in Mia' '
which will begin at g o'clock.: 'I
i Dr. W. H. McMaster. head of mi. 'I
High core prize winners rum-
I the department of religion at the I
my were Mn. R. E. Sherard, )' 1
University of Miami, was guest i PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY
Richard Huff Mrs. Burley
I speaker at a dinner meeting of the :Mrs. Thelma McOarrah- and (1"1'1 HAS BIBLE STUDY i LAST TWO DAYS

Presbyterian Men't Club Friday Ellen: Huff. Low score prize I Mn. Frank G. Hathaway conducted -
at the home of Wm. C.
evening Bible
> ners were Mrs. E A. a study course at a
i Payne. Dr. McMaster'i subject Mrs Ansel Barrow Mn. Clifton I meeting of She Woman' Auxiliary -
wa "The Divine Invasion" DeBerry Mn. L. T. Proctor: and of the Homestead Presbyterian REXALLo
Members present were the Rev. Mia Geraldine Heltt.B. Church Thursday Of last week at
y Geo. H. Rick, Dr. Carl F. Robin- the home of Mr*. Joel J. Robinson.

: ion, J. M. Holferty: J. W. Irwin, F. W. C WILL MOLD The *ext meetingwill be Mid

I e Geo. M. Frlck. W. H. Owen, H. ANNUAL MEETING AP*. I In the church Alar. 27, Jh* president
j1 O. Cronwall Wat. A. Kopp D. P. At Monday' luncheon meetingof Mr*. A. F. Arthur, announced. -
Blake R. U. Berman Dr. Ira J.
the Homestead 8. F. W. C. at
Haynes A. F. Darling, Dr. Me- Tapawlngo Inn Mn. Charles Clinton Present wwe:ttw. T. L Hodges,
faster and Mr. Payne. Col. Ralph Miss Anne Lee and Mrs. Mn. J. A. Ricks, Mn. R. U. Herman -

1 Klngman and Don E. Ferreyrawere Greco Rive were elected to serve Mn. Frank Robinson Mn

guests.PRINCETON. a* a nominating committee and Geo. D. Ruehle Mn. Grace Mc-
Mn. Clinton was elected to serve Lellan Smith Mr*. Carl F. -Robinson -
I CLUB FLANS a* auditor. Mn. Geo. M. Frick Mn. J.
\ FOR ACnntVEMENT DAY I The annual meeting will be held M. BoKeHy Mr. R. E.: Trotter
I Committee to plan for home on Tuesday Apr. I, at 4 a'dock Mn. A. F. Darling, Mrs. If. Van
I demonstration county achievementday in i the Chamber ef Commerce Celdren, Mrs. Gordon E. Din Mr*.
were ,appointed at an all building. Hathaway, Mr*. Arthur and, Mn
day meeting of the Princeton I I Robinson. '
By-law change were mad.
Home Demonstration Club 4w
Present were: Mn. Herbert I
the home of the Mrs. .
at president, ,
Katz Mn. B. A. Waldln Mn.Cha .
W. W. Bethea. The achievementday !
*. 'W, Camp, Mn. Roy Chand-
meeting will be held In Miami
let,.Mrs. Clinton Mn. Elves, Mn.
on April 24- Ben Archer and Miss Anne Lee.
Mrs. Russell Hamrn, Mn. R. L. I
-.t d.
Scott and Mil Jean Coldren were ,
appointed serve a* a tag com- NOMINATING COMMITTEEA
mittee, and Mn. Olin Edwards,
nominating .committee was
Mn. Ray Schneider and Mr*. Ben I
appointed at a meeting of theWomaD' r
Hitting, at a stunt committee.Miss Club of the Redlandi 1

Eunice Grady, county home Tuesday afternoon in the club- .
demonstration agent gave a demonstration -
house. Oa the commute AM Alias
of the making of hatracks Estell Turner, Mrs. E.: A. Carter

from wIN coat hangen and Mn. W D. Mahao, .Mn. H. J. ;.' .
cardboard and the making of col-: Armstrong and Mrs. Frank W. 1MD.'bIiDQ--ot Friday and Saturday
lapcible hat boxes and shoe and SJttllnun. Officer "win be elected aa..u-.1...... -. TheamiquNtUo.aja '

laundry bag at the met meeting April 15. //uetabl.t I MARCH 21-22
The group decided to bold a
MsMftt tftt 4h -u.c i eee:
work meeting Mar. 2t at the home Mr ana Stewart, president, Mr*. Ufatd1uw
Of Mr*. Scott: to work on painted Dave Kufeldt Mr B. A. Waldln

coppr and aluminum article, and Mn. Carter Mrs: Stilton, tin.Aroutronf qt1fJ
to hold the next business meeting and Miss Turner.'GLASSES ,

Coldren.Apr. 11 at tk* tome of Miss Jean rVr.lAoIIad WJIuUa" till espresso r I DIXIE I DRUG

Present at the meeting wen: we"

'Mr* Roy Wlttenwyter. Mn. B. I*, ALICE'S BEAUTYPARLOR Flatter Arenne at Erases

Hobson Mrs. P. S. SUpUton, Mrs. I ......... fa !CMnaii .._..... I : I Near Overseas Highway Traffle Meat
Bitting. Mrs. Edwards Mrs M* ..mrt t. a
Htmra. Mrs. Scott. Mrs. Schneider 141 M. B. Pane Ut: treat, .... aaa 11-14 sow"UtCrmrr ow"rAsarmwrboame .....* I

Mill Grady, Miss Coldren and A a..s.ry've.... IU-W
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Dr. Irene Shanklin, Mrs. Holltster

Bowen and Mrs. C. F Mix .
Social EventsMARRIAGE '
Mrs. H. J. Derbyshire read to She llIowetlSchiaua or Brazilian -
members of the South Dade Garden ; pepper, mahogany, pathos,I SACRED HEART SOCIETY
Club Monday an account of land flower of the bombax mala HOLDS BUSINESS: MEETING
the giving of ten acres on the or red cotton tree. The Members of the Sacred Heart
Tamlami Trail canal and North I I bombax, she said, grows readilyIn Altar Society at a business meeting -
OF MISS RUTH FREDERICKS Krome road by Chas. T. Fuchs of I this section. Its large red flow- Wednesday made plans to attend -
I the Dade \ while I a deanery meeting In the Lit-
County Conservation era appear the tree Is bare
AND SOLEMNIZED SUNDAY Council for a park where anglers of leaves. The fruits are woolly tle Flower Church In Coral Gables
and their families can fish and go within and have woolly seeds. The next day.Present.
Mill Ruth Frederick and Edward -:I The bride U a daughter of Mr. picnicking. The meeting was heldon lint is sometimes used for fiber were: Mrs. Chas. Pope.
Donald McKay, both of and Mrs. David Frederick who the lawn of the home of Mrs. and the fleshy calyces are eaten. Mrs. L. C. Smith, Mr*. U Dalgle,
Homestead, were married Sunday moved to Homestead from Sheboygan Ben Young, and .Mrs. Young and The hostesses served fruit JeUo, Mrs. F. Shepherd Mrs J. Gadway,
afternoon at 4 o'clock In the parsonage -:I I' WU, when she was Mrs. H, M.. Brown, Sr. were hostesses. cake and punch A St. Patrick's Mrs W. S. Banghart Mrs. F. A.
of the Homestead Church small. She was graduated from Mrs Roy Matthews presided.Mrs. color scheme was used. Mlnnerly and Father T. Geary
oIth. Nazarene by the Rev. Rob-: Homestead High School J. M. Dobbin read a poem Mrs. Derbyshire and Mrs. Dob-
art H. Spear, pastor of the church.! The bridegroom b a grandson of written by Mrs. Geo. E. Read, poet bin will entertain the club Apr. fat BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
Relative and a few close friends the late Mrs. Florence Hunt He laureate of the club. the home of Mrs. Derbyshire, IN SOUTH MIAMI
witnessed the ceremony.The I came here from DeLand five years The club gave a vote of thanks it was announced, The Thursday Night Bridge
bride wore an aqua 4res ago and attended Homestead to Mrs O. W. Calkins for her Present besides 'those panted Club met last week with Mr. and
a, rose wool jacket and roM accessories. -i schools. He ls now employed by work as festival chairman. Mrs. were: Mrs H. M. Brown, Jr. Mrs. Mrs, T. 3. Faust In South Miami.
: Neese Motor Company.Mr. Calkins expressed appreciation for Chas L. Qoley, Mrs. H F. Potter, Mr and Mrs. Bevq Webb were
Miss Sophie Borgardt of Miami and Mrs. McKay are making the help she received from her Mrs. R 0. Desmond. Mrs. A. W. high score prize winners.
and Fred Borga&t of Redland.: their home In an apartment In committee. Jones ...... T. Ruckle Mrs. GrateMcU Present were; Mr. and Mrs. W.
cousins of the bride, were the at.I the home of Mrs. John B. Toweron Snapshots of the group were Smith Mrs. R J. Shepherd, E. Rheney, Mr. and Mrs. JulianH.
tendant Krome avenue. taken by Mrs. Jaa. McCready. Mrs. R. Q, Ward, Mrs, W. H, Webster Mr. and Mrs. Frank;
Mrs Herman Helnleln, identi- Turner, Jr. Mrs. J. F. Rohrer Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. N. Wake-
fication chairman, showed specimens Mrs. D. B. Snow, Mrs. H. J. Brock- field Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb
I Q. I of an ornamental wild banana ett, Mrs. George E. Deuel, Mrs. T. Mrs. E. U Krone of Halnesvllle
BEFORE LEAVING FOR CAMP BLANDING the Musa, from the Celebes L. Hodges, Mrs. John Ricks, Mrs N. J, J. R. Brooks and Mr. andMrs.
--,.- that grows to a height of U feet, Elberta Bute, Mrs. Annie Butler, Faust

J. Q. Caldwell, popular teacher Present besides the honor guest
pf Redland Junior High School I and pastor Dr. J. E. Johnstone,I
who left Monday for Starke Fla* were: Mr. and Mrs J. Rutland,
to begin a year of training at Camp Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Smith, Mr. and
Blending, was honored with several Mrs. S. L. West, Mr. and Mrs. R.
farewell parties last week. I E. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs E. L.I
The choir of the First Baptist 1 Lawrence Mrs. T T. Bowen, Mrs.
Church of Homestead gave Mr. Dexter Home, Mrs. 11:. H. Collier,
Caldwell a surprise party in the i Mrs Gordon Ivey, Mrs. C. T.
pastorlum on Mar. 13 after choir Harper, Mm Ellen Vann, Chat.Schaffcr SAVE--
practice. Mr. Caldwell was presented -: and Mary Frances Rut- ;

with a gift land.A.
group of young people gave a
WOMAN'S: CLUB TO GIVE hamburger fry at the municipal
AERIES OF BRIDGE PARTIES park Friday evening in Mr. Cold
well's honor. After the supper
The Woman's Club of HomeStead
the group went to the home of
will the first of series
give a Mr. and Mrs. J. Tom Vann where
pf three bridge next Friday
parties games were enjoyed.
afternoon, Mrs. W. R. Anderson, Present were: Mrs. Wayne %q 1W Ttqs

chairman, announces. Adams, Miss Marybelle Clbbs, Mia
Prizes will be given at each Lillian Swilley, Miss Eleanor Sullivan \
party and a grand prize will be Miss Elizabeth Mcllwaln
Oven at the close of the series. Misses Ellen and Alta Vann, Leon
The money cleared will be used Dane, Myron Crennell, Geor..I'Dcontea t A 9
to make payments on' the clubpiano
Orvil Irwin and Mr. Caldwell -

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Plans for a rummage aale to beheld for clothing and otherwise
Saturday afternoon werenude helping a girl in the Baptist [, \
at a meeting Tuesday after- phanage In Arcadia were made.'ata
noon of the Marlon Fleitas Circle meeting Wednesday of the Worn,\
of the Woman's Society of ChristIan an's Missionary Union of the First \
Service of the Homestead Baptist Church of Homestead in, k
I Methodist Church at the home of the church. NEW FEATURES 1
Mrs. D. Bowen Those having Circle Three 'under the leader-
I articles 07 clothing to donate wereasked ship of Mrs. R. E. Edwards pre- BRING ADDEDCONVENIENCE
to get in touch with Mrs. J. sented a PfOrallon "An Ernest "
I' A. McNeill or the circle leader. Gospel Need of Home Lands''
Mrs. J. W. English. Mrs. Howard Johnson spoke oa
The circle voted to pay $5.00 for 'Preserving Christian Ideals"; 1 All purpoM automatic !
mission work, $300 toward educating Mrs. T. C. Shackleford on "Safe
with 5 measured
an underprivileged child, guarding Christian Liberties'Mrs. "; Oven
and S8.35 on Its church pledge. 0. J. Wallam, on "Speedingthe boats and Interior light.
Study of the first chapter of a Gospel to the Negroes"; Mrs.
mlsflon study book. "Exploringthe J. Lee Smith, on "To Many Nations 2 Three Select-a-Heat
Bible", was conducted by Mrs. in Our Nation"; and Mrs a Calrod units with 5 measured ;
Sam J. Davis assisted by Mrs. J. Edwards, on "Land of the Free,"
A. Daugherty and Mrs O. L.', heats. i ;
Showalter. Mrs. McNeill had FLORIDA CITY GROUP:
charge of the devotlonals. I MEETS AT NIELL HOME: 1 3 Fhw-Spood Thrift Cookor. Ii'I
At the next meeting, to be held The W. W. F. C. Class of the .
at the home of Mrs. Roy Darby, Community Church met Friday 4 One piece top of stain i
, each member will give five of her evening at the home of Mrs. Clyde 114 75 resistant enamel. ;
favorite Bible quotations, It was Nlell, with Mrs. Fred Barker and :
t agreed. Mrs. Niell as hostesses. After the, LP 5 All porcelain enamel
Present were: Mrs. L. A. Young business meeting, potato salad, '
Mrs. Robert Glenn Mrs. McNeill, saltines and coffee were served. Inside and o...
Mrs. Showalter Mrs. Daughterly,, Present were: Mrs. Margaret I
Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Darby Mrs.English Kennedy, Mrs. Charles Clinton
and Mrs. Bowen. and children, Diana Archie and

Members of the Belle Bennet Dickie, Mrs. Roy Chandler Mrs. The huet/Pol see lUlliTOCIIA' MOM aw"the tu./r age..e n&.Lotrloy. !
Circle met Tuesday afternoon Lester Walkup, Mrs Johnny Becker. iaf4
With Mrs. Lewis Brandenburgand Miss Alice Macomber, Miss -
made plans for a luncheon to,I Velma Hancock and Virginia Clair HOTPOINT'S NEW CALROD DOfs. f
be held the latter part of the Nlell. 1 R
month in the Sunday school build! The next meeting will be held at IS FASTER, MORE EFFICIENT, lye pods YOV t
I ing. Mrs. Brandenburg conducted the home of Mrs. Clinton, and Mrs. MORE DURABLE THAN EVER t be. 6a1r okfnr :.
I the devotional: Roy Chandler and Mrs. Clinton 2 0d took. COW
' Present were: Mrs. C. F. Mix I will be hostesses. la..r . O "
Mrs. C. D. Eaker, Mrs. H. M. a8
Gibbs, Mrs. Brown, Miss Helen ee eejh .

Livingston The book and of Mark Mrs. BrandtnbUr'.1 DR. R. Se AKERS-; ; ; '

by members of the Outlook Circleat I DENTIST | Asoureie.J' ,
a meeting Tuesday eight at the werk,
home of Mrs. U C. Dodd.It "." .,........ c.a.......,...,..... l r -I,.
was announced that the next _Office noun r a. ssu to S 9. V..
meeting will be held Apr. 19 at Sudaysi I to IS \ TM IrffW CALftOD OPERATES ON UIS CURRENT THEN VCR $

the home of Mrs David Williams. Closed Saturdays. j
Present were: Mrs. J. B. Tower : : ,
Mrs. Ivan Moser Miss MarybeU Free Parking Space i iMM J.
Gibbs, Miss
Helen and Antoinette Move Miss N. W. SsTH IT, MIAMI;
Prlacllla Freed Miss Leola Little PHONE 1-1111
and Mr*. Dodd. CAVES ,

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: pages cluttered with words which "What," ask a noonday orator
he Is to learn it h* U to win the "is more genuinely satisfying thana
I contest tie between father and son?"
High-Lights Ii Two ties-If father wishes to be

ELEMENTARY NEWS completely dressed.-Cleveland
laW By Van Rheoey Plain Dealer.

Miss Jackson's pupils are very

t j Homestead Will Take Part in County song.. The band played a*selection. sorry Ruehle their I* teacher substituting.I la still 111.Juanita Mrs

Music Festival in Miami i\larch 28 Mr. Coker gave a talk on the DeBerry celebrated her seventh Jk
i danger of riding bicycles without birthday and the children enjoyedsome
lights and horns. of her ice cream 'and cake.

All the elementary, Junior and um was'abandoned because the Assembly ended with the singing Jean Sutton also celebrated her .4 ///eitaft .7r :.1.
stadium li being repaired. of "The Star-Spangled Ban- seventh birthday last Wednesdaywith
senior high school of Dade
a at her home. 10Y SCOOTS OF AMERICA
County will be represented at Bay- Neva King Cooper School will ner.1 party
front Park Friday night Mar. 28, send 20 boys and girls from the Mrs. Edwards was absent several Beading It Important I* Heprefrra
grades who will sing two- days last week. Mrs. West of tko
when the County Music Festival upper toy Steits olAmrlco.
will be presented.The part-songs with boys and girls Local Girls Will Join substituted This peat feeyi or-
original plan to have the from every elementary school In In County Fashion ShowBy The pupils In Miss Ray's room sanitation roillns how math_
elected new Club tin boys spend la radian
the There will be Citizenship
festival In the Orange Bowl stadl- a end what as Important pars
chorus of 300 elementary school Orae'1 Torclse ficer as follows: president H ploys In yootk trololia.'
children. Thursday, Mar. 27, at Bayfront Fritter; vice-president Of-I n.t' why they *.ltl...
Homestead High Give Homestead High e will send 30 Park, a fashion show will be held Graves; and secretary, Rose

Succcsssful Carnival girls from the girls' Glee Club and 40 girls from Homestead High riero., The officers will BOYS' LIFEA
and 12 boys from the Boys' Glee I School will'take part In itMlsf a new committee to take care of
: Kjr Melba Vanwlnkle I Club. These pupils will form amassed I Bertha Nill Hausman of the room. MAtAZINI POI All SOYSooo1 I
Mr .
Cooper's pupils brought
The annual school carnival was chorus with pupils from ,Redlund and Mrs. Hindman will In It Ml sash Nook with !
have of 300 flower last week for one of their ......... _
held Wednesday. Mar. 12, in the the other high schools of the charge girls and their exalting kooMotponoool I Isows.kt.rasereoua
clothing. grade mothers, Mr*. Perkins, and ,
county. !
Chamber of Commerce building : Marlon Anderson who have been koottk sports end
Last week the
Every home room In high school A group from the Junior high home ec depart sick. fraMntj. helps' temple, sad
took part In the various'concessions. band and one from the senior high ment added: four garbage cons, bibles ... reel AMIIICAN.
band will play In the allcountyband. four tea kettles, two match boxes, The pupils in Mr*. Bird' room ISM. IOYS UM h *. Ideal
The Junior class had charge of I a sink strainer, eight goblets and are still having fun making kites "!H for ny key.
fruit sherbert and for the kite contest
I fruit Juice
the hot and cold food booths. Hamburgers The festival will be an elaborate $1.50
hot dogs homemade glasses to its equipment. In Mrs. Moser room there are 52..50
pies, affair that represents much SUO 2 yra. J yra.
cakes, and cookies proved to be work done by pupils and teachers Patrick's Day decorations on
JUNIOR HIGH NEWS I the boarder above the blackboard.. Snow Few w1ho tool toBOYS'
very delicious to all the hungry It will begin at 8 p. m. There Is
people lingering around between no admission By Aida Connor I Ruth Rutland and Philip Herbert LIFEI
the hours of 7 and 11. The cold charge., Mr. Hester's pupils in general! have high cores In the,quiz program for Avon*. N.Y" N.y
food booth attracted the youngersetwho 11 science have started Just recentlya I for the first six weeks of the

dealt mostly in Ice cream Vara Rheney ExplainsGirl project on articles on various second semester. .
und cold drinks. Scout ActivitiesBy materials and metals that come| The elementary school had fun Ak ,
The'juniors also had charge of : originally from the ground. Each I i running the beano game at the /

I the luxurious 1D32 Model A Ford student is to carry to the science l school carnival. 1 -- _. .
Annette class things made of the metal )
Campbell represented -
coupe which was given away to 'I __.
4 that lucky freshman Warren Rob- The devotional services In assembly and also an article written -
t \ inson. were led by Virginia Kin- on the history and the vast''i ROLLER SKATE IN COMFORTSpecial
uses of the metal.
The swing band was a very big ner, and Betty Hadley was chair- |,
attraction sponsored by the Stu- man. A flute solo was given by During the parliamentary meetIngs Rates to Parties

dent Council A charge of lOc was Frank Hausman of Mr.of Blackburn's this semester speech one section classes I AFTERNOONS, 2 to 5 P. M.
made and from the looks on the Since this was Girl Scout week
has made a constitution for | Children 15c Adults 25c plus tax
faces of the dancers we believe Vara Rheney, one of the focal scout a ,
that the dancing was enjoyed by troop, gave a talk on the historyof "abide speech by club.the by-laws The pupils and amend-are to EVENING, 7:30 TO 11 P.XL
of Girl
"." I i I all.A door prize was given away to I told of some Scout of the movement activities and of merits,. as though in a real organzatlon. !-]' ADMISSION, 35c, PLUS TAX

: the holder of the lucky admission the Homestead group She broughtout
The Junior highs are proud to Venetian Roller Skating Rink
I ticket. The winner was Clyde the fact that during its 29
that the !
announce winner of the
i Bowden. years of existence Girl Scout trainIng -
I automobile entered in the last 2790 S. W. 27th Avenue Miami, Fla.
\ Several pies and cakes were has helped to develop citizenship -
school carnival was from the 'Junior -'
sold by Bill Allan and Bill Rheney in American Women.
high grades. 'I

for the food booth. Kathleen freeman and wave The purchaser of the winning,, ........... 0.. "0.. .... ,.. .0 ., 0' ..... 0 ".." ... ,
Mrs. Cook's Pep Club gave a Horton gave talks on St. Patrick'i ticket was Warren Robinson |I

tumbling exhibition.The Day.The The seventh and eight gradesare I
committees were well satisfied student body sang: "BelieveMe surely taking advantage of the I
with the results of their hard If All Those Endearing Young oncoming spelling bee which is held'i
: labor which made the carnival a I Charms," "The Blue Bell of Scotland every year. Mostly every student : Ellery"Queen

t success I "', and the theme song and pep has for homework a number of I





and author ef UM sensational| best teller

"The Adventure of Ellery QlMu"I I

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Hard to Start <' ,t1
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You will be held breathless by this ctarUtag, fast

t Sluggish and No Pep? : "r ';'3.L .f; moving story tl warder 1st a modern hosplUL Dwtaf

: -' ,: ; ... clever extraordinarily exdttaf Into to MM of tile at
analog adventures .f the tenseness detcetlT
Because we wad ye* III knew Mercury Booka (sel* t-i

I .4 and ambushed by Th America Mercury). well

r i Drive it into our garage and have the engine SCIENTIFICALLY - seed you this MM-Th Dutch Shoe Myitery by Ellery

: Owen-practically fn*. Well apply the.book If yea
new and
: win fay lie fr p *Uc* and handling.

I: see for yourself what is needed to put it in first class operating I Out of Drat Owl ...... eopte Printed we have less

condition.ftfJH"* .-.- ? *. 1 than
i seed: a dim fr tile complete, copy of this Intensely

"I E Interesting book. (Sorry- oly.;...* t. ..-. .) :

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Preston B. Bird Motor Co. F. dim. BookThe '
Here' ray Send so* a tallY of the Mercury
I Dutch Sho Mystery by Ellery MCB.r 1
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fI1 I Redland Rattier I I I!To Tractor-tanks Construct-Alligator for- Navy,,! CLASSIFIED! ADS .1

Clearwater Mar. '20- Donald
I RATE: Hilt insertion 101 line; subsequent hlsertlons5d

DORA SCOTT and ILA JEAN IRWIN, Editors I Roebling, Inverter bf the "alltgator" !' a line

a tractor-tank that travelson

land or water announced this 1

Baseball Season Starts number. This Is the last time we week that work would start Immediately il FOR EXCHANGEFOR FOR SALE-,Amerlcan oriental

I will get to enjoy Mr. CaldwelTs In the construction rug 10x12, also Axmlnster xlJ,
With Miami Game TodayThe \ 200 machines ordered by the Navy. EXCHANGE-Will
singing for at least a year exchange 2-plece living suite, single bed

I Mr. Ooley, another member ot Contract has been let to the girl'i bicycle for man't bicycle. with matching: chest of drawer

baseball season U opening our faculty, gave a short but impressive Food Machinery Company of Dunedin Bauer drive and Country Club and dresser. Other things Mrs.

with many enthusiastic boys trying farewell message to ..Mr.I where the tanks will be man- road. Rt. I. Box 578. Mn. Jas. Winchell,, Epmore drive between

out for the team. The team fa, Caldwell which was followed by ufactured. The plant has been H. Brewerton. (pf28-m28) Farm Life and Newton. (pm21)

to play Its first same Friday afternoon deafening applause from the itu- ; expanded in t (200,000 programto

with Miami High. We wantto ,dents accommodate the order which FOR RENTFOR FOR SALS--Living, dining and

urge all to support the baseball has an A-l-B priority rating with bedroom suites, also other furniture

team at well as they did the basketball the National Defense Commission. RENT-Excellent opportunity in good condition. Apply

team, and we hope to aft a R. II. S. Faculty Picks j 1 for yearly tenant only. Furnished 1610 N. W. 8th it.

Essay Contest Winners I The improved models weigh apartment, living room Miami.f721)
cheering crowd at the game thU '
000 pounds, are 20 feet long .
with -
I I'-I l day bed fireplace bathroom -

afternoon. Several weeks ago aU the senior i (.feet wide and will do 20 large bedroom with roomy LOANS
an hour on land and (H miles
high school students e..1 closet dinette, electric kitchen.
Ulric Vihlen Elected )on citizenship. These essays were I f hour on water. They were orlln.1 I I AU provided but linen. Mrs. LOANS TO BUILD MODERNIZE

Convention DelegateAt ally designed for rescue work in. Eva Federal REPAIR Residential Grove
: Collins Highwayand
Judged by a group of our faculty I
the Everglades.I.EGAL. and Business
members Biscayne drive Modello, 2 Property
| who judged them for
Council From $30 to .OOo-from 6 mo. to
the Student meeting neatness and miles above Homestead. .
originality content.
during the seventh period last NOTICES I" S years.No .
The winner from the senior class
Monday Helen Pope gave a report FOR SALE Down p.ment-No Red Tape
I was June Vrana. Her essay will be: SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
souvenirs for the
concerning the : NOTICE or APPLICATION
state convention to be held in Twinning sent to compete with the essays of FOR TAX DEED 10-ACRC comer bearing grove $200 for 38 mo.-Repay $8.39 mo.

Miami March 28 and 29. Redland the seniors in every schoolin NOTICE IS HEREBY Plb Steel GIVEN that Bailiwick near Homestead just off U. S. I, $500 for 38 mo.-Repay $13.97 mo.

his charge of the souvenirs, for county. I I.... holder 01 OO.IIIMO of City fHoimotoo4 S-room house partly furnished. $1.500 for 60 mo.-Repay- $32.50
I The winner from the Junior class tax oortlflroloi Numb' ..... Ml !
this convention. They are to be was Dora Scott and from the and Ut. d..... UM and day of -...., $1800 cash. mo.Ask
small pins made of coconut for A. D 1MI, koo tiled. saw Certificates lomr SH ACRES unimproved long road for FREE Estimates
sophomore class, Forest BUrke office, and .... IBOOO application' for Without Obligation
the girls and key chains with a Ui dead .. Insist Ikmoo In accordance with frontage near Homestead. $500.

shell on them for the boys. The ..... Sold Cortlfkouo embrace the foi.lowlnc $30: cash; balance easy. LOANS can be secured to Modernize
| SENIOR GIRLS ATTEND TEAI dnerikrd proprrtr oltvowd lo Dade : and LEASED
S ACRES fine } cites Repair OR
acres -
will be
cost of these souvenirs CGonIF Florid., so-wit, ,,,
The and Gown Club
I Cap of the '
the convention committeeof Lot S McClaln's Additionn the small bungalow. Location MORTGAGED Property.We .
paid by University of Miami a tea Tow of Hanemann County of Dodo. '
f gave I really within Homestead but no also have F.HA. LOANS for
Miami. State of riorld. u embraced. In Carl -
Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 6 UfleoU/ Mo. Ml. Tko oiirounrnt of I city taxes makes this an opportunity i New Homes, payable monthly

Raymond Lee chairman of the o'clock for all the senior girls in I mid property under the amid Cortlflrolo I buy. tesoo: with any' over 20-25 years.
Student Council booth at the Fruit Dade boned was In Iho .._ of Joiopk Crif-
County Miss Mary Merritt, ., reasonable terms. Let us supply your BUILDING

Festival, said he was not quite dean of girls at the university I" Lot 4 N.clo'. Addition. I. the Eleanor Froscher Overseas Highway NEEDS. Prompt Service.

ready to give a detailed report but issued the invitationi. Most of the .... of H.d. County 01 Da'.
.tat. of Plorldi. M stationers lo Cortlflcoto > 1 I 1 ml. 10. ot Homestead.Ph. LUMBER CO.
slid the Student Council clearedat senior girls from our school attended -I N... .... Tho onmBimt of 2J.. (f28m7) : BROOKER
least $22 at its cold drink and this tea. I told property under tko amid CortldroUhwird Phone 62 Homestead Fls.
was In the name of Joseph Grif- I
candy booth. I I fin. 10-ACRE TRACT within milesof

WILL ATTEND CONVENTIONThe i Union saw CortlllcoM okoll ko rrdnoiidoorordlni town; has over 300 GOOD WANTED
The president asked for the num- to low, tax dead will issue till '
ber of representatives from Red- Florida Educational Asso-.on on the lI.h dir of April. A. D. 1141.Dotod I I, grapefruit trees. No buildings.Has .
this lllk day of III...... A. D. I I WANTED: Small camp site on deep
land who were going to attend this ciation If to hold its state conven- 1.11. been held at $2.000, now.of- of Homesteador
I water vicinity
. state convention in Miami. tion at Tampa next week. Miss !| E. B. LEATHERMAN.Clork fered at H.JOO and I can sell
of Circuit Court, I on Key Largo Box A-130
The council elected Ulric Vihler. Helen Daniel, our Spanish Instructor j i Dodo Countr. :. I for less. Make me an offer. care of Leader-Enterprise.

t and Miss Ruth Murray; who Circuit Court RM You'll not find more for your
as official representative.Plans 1 (f7-tf)
Br N. C. iTERRETT. D. C.
for letting the student I teaches in the elementary schoolare i, tN... 14. II. SI 4.... 4, 11. 1141) I I money. Phone 72. H. A. Cameron -

eat out of the cafeteria and yet to represent our school Mrs. II I Homestead. (f7-tf) TUTORING WANTED lUgfc

keep paper and trash off thgrounds < Lawrence Pope and Miss Carter are (Frk II. tl, Hmr 1. 14<<, tl. 111) FOR SALE 8-room modern school and grade school subjects.

were discussed but nc( to substitute for them during their NOTICE OP TAX APPLICATIONFOR DEED I II house furnished- 2600. 6 per Mrs H. J. Armstrong A. B. \

definite plan was decided upon. absence. I Fib No. 14001 I I I L. Plummer drive and Country
cent internet O. Hall. Call
I Notice lo semen rhron that BolllwM.Int. . : Club ro.d.CLEAl"4 .
., holler M oiolrnoo of City of Dr. M. A. Berger's residence.
II Leonard Davis of Chicago who trail Tax Sal Cortin..... Numbered IOM.j I (J31-tf)
Caldwell Receives RAGS WANTED WIL'exchange
Gull tut, 1871 and l 7l. dated the
school this
Centered our year transferred d>r o( _ho.. A. D. 1M7. ku filed subscription or .dv.,--
Deafening ApplauseThe this week-end to Miami Mid Certificates la nr "' ,.... and ko RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for
I High School In Miami. mad. appllrotlon. for tat died to bouothrrroa ,' tale cheap. Mrs. H. H. Ewing Using for clean rags. Leader-
la oorordanro with low. oaM Cor., Enterprise. i
Junior class had charge oi un..... oaibraro tho following oncrlbrdproprrtr i IS N. E. 8th at. Homestead.

the assembly program last Friday situated. In Dado Cou.tr Florida, (slBtf). H..d, Ploelda.. a Newspaper. published' .
welcomed a new teacher of to-wits Do'". ColI.." .....Id.. week foe I
I. ow.s a
Carol Lee led I
morning. Virginia No. I.
Lot Block 1, d' Addn. ...._
to our school this atDadr FOR SALE Tropical plant, citrus four IN w..baWITNESS
In tko City of Reseal Counts
the devotional Mr. Wagner our hand Clark and the
I'I'W. Mr. W. R. Jarman of Co- state of Florida. oo ofnkrarod I. I trees and tropics fruit la Bed of Mid Court nr this no Srd dor "f Morrk
prlnlclpaL give a short and instructive Cortlflra. No.' MSI. tile oomononlof ... ... ...
talk resourcefulnessMarylln Grove is taking Mr. Cald- Mid property under the Mid .....- season. Jungle Grove Redland ".1. ot, .II. tko Countr End II.

on '. work. Mr. Jarman was ,..... Issued woo In tko same of LingleMelton. road and Plummet drive. ofaid.SEAL( So R. I.IATHERII"H Clerk
Bethea dance
a Up
gave graduated from the University of CI..olI Covert Dad. I i,
Block I, Frood'i Addn. No. ,
with the Conga rhythm. I Miami. Ina..lh: of HooMtood. Countr ofDodr. CHRISTMAS VINE plant and Brt L U. Wondord. D O ,
She dressed in the colorful .. _10...... InCortlflralo was State of Florid.... ; young tropical almond trees Wllbm B. 11_..., '
No.' I0 TO..r.rm.ntd
costume of a Spanish dancer. lit I NOTICE OP APPLICATION Mid property under the Mid rrrtl- 4 for sale. Also cuttings of purple Solicitor for Pblntlff.IM.r. .
Jean irwin several FOR TAX DEED ... Unk" t. 14 91. 11. Itlll|
played popular f 1. Issued WM la tko bougainvillea ,Mrs N. G. .
Pllo IIOM ... I
numbers on the piano. Notion' b horror OWN that W. L. Chom. Let".', H.....'. Addn. In tko City Ball, 11 N. E. Eighth St. NOTKK OP APPIIfATION
Mr. J. Q. Caldwell who left our I tern holder of Everglades. Drainage Dlo.Irlrt of HomrotMd County of Da .. ..... I FOR TAX DKFDrllo
Tax ea..111.... 1'1.' ........ .182. dated .., Florida. M ombrarod. In C..tlfloaUNo. TUB rmrt'iT COURT or THC No. Sllllt
school last Monday to join the fa damn l that BolllwH-k
Nation karats
the lot day of August A. D. Inl hal S2I4 tile aoMounont of Mid Prowarty ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIBt 1'IT. IN !
army sang for us the first son g Mod Mid Certificate. lo mr .".... and has under the, Mid rortlfkato bed I AND FOR DADS COUNTY FLORIDA Inc. holder. Tot M Cortlllrouo ooiliooo Noo.of .tvi.rfl.4roDnJnon .... III7I
made application for tai stood to Issue .
he had ever sung to us, "Moon- l thermal In nroordanco with low said woo In tl.tko MrLaln-a name of Addn.Unknown.Lot la tko City IN CHANCERY.NO... 17ULLEOTA OC1 and toss, detest tko GIN day of A*.

light and Shadows," a very beautiful Conlflealo omb,... the following do.orrlkrd of HoaMotMd County af Dodo Rtauof ... STEARNS a widow. loot. A. D. IMS. kM filed Mid CorlUlraM.
property situated In Dado CountFlorida ... In Btr office and ku modo .ppllratMaaih
/ ,. .... M omoraroa In Onlfloota flolntlff.GIORGI .
song. He also sang "I'm lo-wlti of Mid I to d..d to l-oo tkmoB In nrwrdonr* 1
No. SB70. tile ooMOiinont prop
.a .
this fob
Hold CortirleoM omororo
Falling In Love With Someone"and arty under the Mid cortlflrolo bud A. ROUN VELI., ot al. described ._..,. ottunlod In Dodo
... lowing
.._ .
In the of Vnk. .... .
was Dof..d.
closed by singing "I Am an ......... to.wltlLot
Eat IB tko County of Dado, state of Lot tl. HcLaln'a Add. la the. City ORDER TO APPEAR County
American". The whole assembly I Florida of Hio..... County of Da.... Blatoof ,Tko Blow of llorldal 44. Jon D Towel kvatod Addn.la ,Dad.County Plat.
last Tko anoiooiont of Mid property under Florida, M embraced In ConlfbMaNo. To I.OOTOO A. __..II. If Itvlna. sad Bonk I. Pan \n( ., owikrniwd
joined in on the chorus of the state of ao
the Cortlfloalo hued woo In the naaw otWlllloBi S87I Tho aotooomont of Mid Powl"weir t kb unknown Win, .......,
dead to ..... Tet
U Ch......... ,. Certificate No.
under tko Mid ronlfkoto Word I"...... grant.. and Boouyaoool IAnd ...... tko Mid rorU.fbato .
NOTICE Of APPLICATION Unions Mid certificate ohnll be redeemed Unknown. of Mid property
In tko named basins rlolailnfoa
woo to all or .
FOB TAX DEED oofordinf to law, tax dead will issue ....,. Unless Mid Certificates Ihall ko rrdomwdnorardlni internal I.persons the following dooorlbodbod. bound woo In Ik* aomo of Un.'tot"
Chapter 11417-Arto of late on OB tko lltk day of April A. D. 141.Datod to bw. tot dr4 will bouothorooB '
1'1.. A464111 I this 111* day ot II...... A. D. OB tko tests dew of II...... A. D."clo'M I Lot tt of Block 4 W AutraraKolakto. !. .. ... B.... Bukdn. Dodo PlatBank
'treated In
!tG.Clla HE-gEBY GIVEN that B. H &>41. I I, Pan 4S.
... teoordlna- pink lb.of.
__ alder of state and County Tax E B. LEATHERMAN. title. lltk dar of ,.......... A. O1MU I I relearned la Flat Book II ..IMee county Mate of FWMo, no ootkraordIn
Certificate No.' Ill read tko nth day "> Clerk. of Circuit Court.Dodo n of tha Pukllo Reveal OrtUleBto No. 117 S. Tho nooiounontof .
Aacuot A. D. IMI ku find. Mno In meefts Countr Florido.Clrcnlt MM property under tile Mid orrtl.flrato
LEATHEHMAW.: : of Dado cruel Florida.OKEETNGSl .
K. B.
< ., and kM aed..pplkstl.a. for a tai Court Boa i rand sets In the same ot Un.tot'

V H* to ko biuod ..-. Bald CortlfbaU Hr N. c TERRrrr. D. c. Clark of Cou.tr.Clroutt Florida.C""ltC"rt5rl.C.BTE.RITr.D.C Court. I II I Loota M. ...._. a widow, basinsfiled b- Plot Book
Pii'ol the followlnadoMriood. proporqJT CI.... 14. 51. IS. Apr. 4. U. 10411NOTIC Dado In win court bar ...... kill of ooo*. !. MoClalB-0 BuWn
tko Coal:: of Dado state of FtorUa : states In this ....t. .... natwra and purooooof 2.stated Pan Harris.s, loosed no omkrooooMI. IB Dod f:" :;

to-wkl OP APftirATIOMFOR fro. '.. Mar. T. 14. II. IMU whlca b M dreamless tho allb of IhopUhitlff ofMM
<(< tl. Ufbaarria. T--.amt
Lot the
IT, BlkBot tl Polford" Br son TAX DEED I to the land horolaakoro described
B, 0 at* Plat Book I. Pen IT, ...n. No.' I4MSNotlro I to ko B wood oad aaffbbo akoolota twosi.pi. prooorw Bodor tko Mid oortlfbateboaod
lo tko CoMtr ofO Dodo Mate of Florida, kj hereby o1 ro Mat Bolllwlem.IM I erra the nomo of Unknown.
aad Inter
Tko onaioii.t of sate property under .. Adder M -...... of Cltr of Hooio.ito.4 the Certintate bad use I. the MM dUnknow. tUb. to bas all and alaha work of them In L.. 5.4-7-...1-1'.11..*. Blk
tko. see oorUfbata was IB the name of ..... Oortlflrnlo Numbered' ..... dazed '". onto of tko oVfrndoato ond drter- .. Ewlaa'a Aria, Plat Book S. Pane
Vnknowa.UabM . the Itk .-,. of Drooinkor. A. D. 117 kM Unions Mid CortlfbtW ....11 ko >od.imol 1..j Mid .. Passed opoo '''. (orated .. Dodo C-.". Blow ofFlorido.
the tlaln"I
..... ... dad will Noun tkoro. 4.remland open aatkrarod la CortlfboU No.MM. ,
MM! cntttfeavt shill U filed Mid Certificate In mr dike, aid kM noeordliHI to M
sort and >
Mid test ta aonfirm
to law the Visional doorrlkrdtkorola reads applbatloB for tai dew to bouo 1 on OB tko lotk dor of April. A. D. 1041. I.I / 1Kb to . .. aod la The BOMonaont of MM oroportyaador
will ko sold to tko blatant bidder thanes In .nrdonoo, with .... .... Cor Dad Shia 11110 dor of Honk A. D. which the bill plolntlff'o of oanipbM tier, the pblnllff. states tho Mid oortlfbate baod was In I
at tko Court HOUM door oa the that MOBdor tit..... onikraooo tko fallowlnf doorrlkrdoroporv 1941. theme Intorrot.od the naaM af U.kwwaahem '"'
'' this oho holkmo ara pawns ko e.da.m.d
to tko BMOith of April. IMI. which b situated IB Dado Cou.tr. Florida. B. B. LEATHERN: AM. _.. UabM saw
tko ttk say af A. ..""tNib Clark of C....... Coort. I. the brad korolB larorrod and oororol.r te ..... tai deed will boor therenon
Dad lota to. ay I.J.ftI.. It4tE. 1x4 4. Brooko Addition, In IkoCltr I I Dodo CrorioIa.. noon dooorlkodwlioM ooojil ooowd aro slaws tbrrolBorrtolB the Stith day af III...... A. D.. IMI.
B. LEATHEBNAM. of "- i-Wod. Corny W Dodo, I Circuit Cows alas.2y c.1 I ta Wr, and herbs M knows fBRkor kr aooio M kor. Doted this lath dor at ,.....<7. A. D.
Clark of Circuit .... stow of Florida.Th..ran H. C. 2TERRETT.: D. POIIOM lftt 1
Dado Count. Florida nt of Mid property nador III... 14. 21. H. A.... .. II. IMI !I tko Mid plaintiff, but M Bat banes kr kor.ofUMBI I. B. tEATRERMAM.
r Iko Mid pbintlff, bastion thnr or say c_ af Clroolt Coort,
ClrraH Cast: IIoat|
dMd tlrra, sad M orkor. .
D. C. ,. are or DaM CooBlr. ''''''
R, N. C. BTEBBBTT. .' '''. If Hofna. to ko I..
the Now ''
<< lorootod kn tko pupiitr rTrf, o. rrEBBcrr.: D. 0.
Involved lad horoiaokow -lbed, .... (... '1. M. III... t. 14. '1. II44
ACETYLENE WELDING If .... ta bees kooai totoroold there...5

t! DR.M.A.BERGERDentist I And feel vado all porooaa balls or. Nf12CE
akova do.mftod
obloir oar ntoroot M tho ,
bad partw dofaadaat ta the Now NOTCH ,
Brand New Outfit .W be mtyda.d lam the (..swissd .
01 "
bill And oaTta* .1.04.4 from tko olork at sense 01 r- session' 1 I"'. a

Guaranteed the Climate cows IB end far Dodo Couatr, 4.'I... fm an aa.ad.at
All Work .. II' taw
W9 .1 cMpter n *-
of ardor roaulHnrnrk .
Florida the mankind aa 1-1 Ana of last. plwrMlac for ... 4.
PHONE $41RSAM'S aoiMM wood panba .ta appear to korlotd se shish tko CHr' Tan Colbrtn, I
kot boo
Ill wf ooorpbrat or a
Offlce Hours 8:30-4:30 ..... 01.. prooord wish tho oolbotkm 01 city
.has Ismwrbt darn am arm / .
.... of this Ifato of
fe.. the dated asking ad .w se, .-. and M p lkatlOB .
I I.haII
for the
Mb ooo.Ko.'bTlU
GARAGE w land to ko for
.*. Ertmln by Apseln2Rieat ward
14 that '
1. TirrMTOHB. OWJBWHO: "" oar rokraorr A. D,
dofoiiHooto okoro l
nark 4 owner Iko
First National Bank SAM ALEXANDER Prep. ..'.... designated sad spe HInd' oro koro 141 FLORIDA jI
,.1' ill to OMMtf korota to tko oUI*. ciTY Or HOMESTEAD. .
> ,
C. rporotk
Building / ocado Drive and Old Dixie Highway Mrs Mil of oooiololot koroU flM. o* slur ., April, 1.4I. sad tkot this order Maya
W puktUkvd <'" Tko LooaVtin.. .


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Page twelve fHE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRlgE Friday March 21,194

GROWERS BACK .- 01>.- I press day goes as near nuts as the traditional one-armed paperhanger -
with the hives.
e e e e e
f s. FROM TOURNEY A Little Bird THAT rttr delivery too .....afae4 wit KM b... obeyed a4
will probably hart July I.bcdnator ., the pass WTke mall yew
r" Told Us but MUdMt baa bees beard rrtcUOy as Up ..'JIIe1.
; '. THAT food stamps are going to do a lot of good Ioc.lbboo
: II.- tween the prematurely ended farming seaMto aM UW befl\nin'|
Him a THAT wires WM Mart of regrets exprw d_ v f a WTtaln ,
squad tailed to Mia the eluding the Key VHt pipe line and the county airport.
local club's not being able W |*t Sally Raid tat Its coming ladWi' s e. . .
tHtMoa lUU tournament held
I Gtla Un Thursday, bight program Just laughed and laughed *vr the kind of cntet-! 'MA'! .... frl ki. ll i tertola; SMyer are atttltt amade eti.
and Catorfda* ol last week but Friday it. bla_t teWted for their edification :'.:\' : :,:\;I*WM-.aiOIlhIi.... M i plai... the ....... fw Ma aJfttli
earn* hugs toith two records. . . to r* ar> btrdfe as Per bat bole ., these M ret bas bad eMIItIa
It Mae thil tint squad| In thl hi*' THAT with fir aid potlce TfWaJa j.isesdar feettr definite eeaTlMle* to ftuk a yerMaal txperisM
*ry a* Un school to reach the knowledge, that the amxrm areas fan af teasel days have been
rmj-flnals of a state tournament set br ,......*. tree a parent k.e tmtt-nt thai It ka e win Melody LlBiera O. Tie fill !Goal
\. and It was the lint Homestead father who kswwtta his *** ..'. wkcreabMrta after adMot sad I "My daughter has arranged a "So yolk donl like living in th,
Bits School.quad from which in alter the evening ..... little piece for the piano." I I country. What do you miss mot
I all-flat player wn chosen. Ralph e e e e e "Good! It's time we had a little since living out of town?"
r : DelLnfer WM selected'ss guard on THAT weekly hewipaperman with new bifocal glasses on peace!"-Aniwers. .Tr.IIII..An.'Nera.
L C -- -- --
-- --'
the all-stat. mythical honoraryteam.
The Growers beat Perry High
I' whipped night 39-32. and 1
' ChIpley High School,
29-23, Friday afternoon to enter WE PHONE
the semi-finals Friday night and I a o ,
go down to defeat before Chu-
' muck: ]. High School, 32-21. Chu-!
ntuckla Won the Dlvilon B tour-
'/ nament by defeating Bollei Military DELIVER 67SPECIALS
\ Academy Jacksonville Sat-

4y urday.The Homestead boys arrived
home Saturday night, accompanied
by Coach Ted Bleler and Science
Instructor R. J. Heiter.
: Thla and the basketball lesson, CHOICE QUALITY MEATS
i and baseball practice baa started, PAEtSH POU NECK
but announcement of a playing
schedule depends on whether lufiicietit OSCEOL ALARGG TENDER I\\'UTI BONES
financial be
Support can
t { eeo Mid. at Prospect Coach Bleler PEAS 2 Cans 25c PICNIC lb. I.C 3Ibs..25c


bad found fault with Ml COFFEE Ib. STEAK lb. 21c
' atxrthwtd-typlit for altering .1'I. FIIIC w. Check

: bad sentence dictated.la one Her of reply the letters was that, LIMIT Reg. or Drip Grind WHITE ROAST

.: he thought he meant what she
b4 wrt ea.U
"I don want you to think" retorted QUAliTY GROCERIES lb. 25c
. the great man, sharply. "I,
! .want you t* take down my words I SPARERIBS 1b. :LSc
. Accurately and then put them into '
, typo on the machine neither DE LMONTE
ing nor leaving out anything.dd-I % OR "0"
II,." I Catsup 14 oz. bot. :17c LAMB SHOULDER lb
Later IB the afternoon the typist .I5C L
' brought back the following letter DE LMONTE
.' ,' for signature: IUCEn 8c
!'- l' "Dear Smyth. Spell! Ill with a CHILI SAUCE bot. :
S Ige. Ifc
7, although that's pure swank onto' BACON lb. 27c
his pert, of course. In answer to
your letter' of-look up the daUW CUDAHY-S PURELARD
: can quote 'ou-TeU me, Walter -
I . what's the mOlt we can charge 8 lb. pail 7fc FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
this blighter Very well We can '
quote) you 110 a ton for the goods
! free on board. If he accepts we DEL MAIZ U. S. Gov't.RED BLISSCORN
I hall have to make sure of our Potatoes 10 1b.. lOc
Btoney beforehand, for I don't trust 'can :LOc FOOD STAMPS
i. trim. Awaiting the pleasure of
\ :your esteemed order. Yours faith YELLOW

.:; F f Uy."Tit-Bits. tVNBUTI' ClWU'lrI. Accepted ONIONS 31b. lOc

: CLEANSER Grape Juice

;. :. 3 cans Quart Carrots 2 W. 13C13c

29c, Air .


r : so.ucuIT.FRUIT SPECIAL -
\ WEST r.u.u


i BEANS l\IILNUT Peaches

SPICED 2I/ cans MATCHES 4 Ion lOc,

can 3 cans
A DANGER SIGNAL! Peaches SALT 4 for lOe12c

when your nervei are On edge 16c SALAD CUTPineapple
tram overwork or worry, it will 23c Staley's Cube Starch 3 for IOe
pay you to heed Nature's warning
that your physical condition la below SIX DELICIOUS usrEOtAFL" tam
par. At such t time t chlropractie 8 BLACK PEPPER 3 for IOc
PEANUT Cocktail
adjustment may be just

highly what you sensitive Deed nervous to restore system your to ELL 0 BUTTER ILUtLI1'I' OCT.-SOAr Ige.bars 3 lot 10c

its normal functioning by modem Pears
netfcods. 3 pkgs. 2-Jb jar I bar IVORY rOAr
both lIe

..st to it HOURS; I to 4:31: to i I 13c 25 c I pkg. IVORY SNOW
Tweeters 1:3': to 1a: I to 1:1' "E8SO r

BwuUys bf AppolotmeatDr. I kIUGC' STROSGHEAltT SNOW DRIFT

R. J. Elliott OSCEOLA &Dlon's STAR
McOary Arcade Corn Flakes DOG FOOD CORNED BEEf
....Ml-W ,3 lb. can COFFEE
If" FLORIDA Pkg. 4 lbe
cans lb.
j jJ4 16c6112C
jI 19c 39c 15c Triworder

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