Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 28, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00483
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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THE HOMESTEAD





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VoL 9- o. 13 lIomeste- d, }'Iorida,.larch 28. 19U Price 5 Cents
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I Redland County Creation Pondered









i. As Legislature Term, Approaches .



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Sources of School

Revenues EncourageConsideration

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NEW BEACH MOVE

VIEWED AS THREAT


:Loss of Commissioner District

by South Dade

Seen InevitableWithin


the past week, serious
discussion has taken place regarding -
the advisability of the 1841

legislature to create Redland I
County ou\ of that part of Dade
County lying west ef Peters and
T south of the Tamtam! Trail-to- I
gether with any or all of the
I
Mainland portion of Monroe County tff i
which the key people might be I
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willing to relinquish. ( PIS T r

Miami Peach, unsuccessful so
far la attempt to have the county I
redistricted so that the Beach will
coatatitute or dominate a commissioner -
'I district, i* reported to be
drafting a bill for creating a Mlml .

Beach county It I II Improbable -04 .
a
that this attempt will succeed, v Or r ,
because the Beach I* too rich an "
assessment plum, for Dade to give This is a map of the proposed bounds of Redland County as drawn up years ago Tentative proposals are that the east boundary
tip but It is quite likely that It be between Peters and Goulds and extend north te the Tamlami Trail and south to the bay, Worst boundary would be the same at
will hasten the creation of a Beach I Indicated above or as far west as satisfactory to Monroe County and extend to the Collier County line on the north and Florida
commissioner district at the expense Bay oil the south

of one of South Dade two !

commissioner Thus a dilemma districts.: Is presented! CALL FOR BIDS ON/Mahogany Assn. Officer Announces CRASH FATAL TO

If the Beach Is made a separate
Prize for Local Manuel WorkGeorge
county, Dade County loses Its highest AQUEDUCT'VORK : Training MRS.O.PETERSONOF

realty tax valuations which ,

have brought surpluses into the I N. Lamb of Chicago.'secretarymanager .., craftsmanship design and finish, PRINCETON !
SET FOR MAY 1
general fund of the school and I of the Mahogany Mr. Lamb said ,
'
have been used to maintain higher The prtit Is offered In .I
I recognition
educational Association, speaking at an
standards than would 1
of the fact that the manual: Mrs Ok Peterson,
otherwise have been possible In I Contract bids for Construction assembly of the Homestead schools training department vf Homesteads pioneer resident I
'
low valuation districts like the of the aqueduct are scheduled to|Wednesday morning, following\ school is the onlyone I of Princeton, died about 1

Redland District be called for about May 1, according -'!the showing of a film "The Ro-I In the United Stttes authorized p. m. Wednesday al the was being
On the other hand, If the Beach! the label of the taken to a hospital after her car
to information from Washington mance of Mahogany', announced! I Ito use Mahogany
Is made commissioners district, I
a and a trucking ,contract ,that the association will give a I AiMclatlon left the road and crashed into.a
,
the large agricultural area of South
''trophy for 4he beat piece of ma- Mr. Lamb, who is on a combined :tree near Nartnja
Dade will be reduced to one-fifth transporting. the 18-Inch pipe
Ihogany work turned out next year business and pleasure tourwas I Funeral services will be conducted
representation on the board of I for the waterline to Homesteaf is I I Mrs. Lamb
I by the manual training department -: accompanied by at I p. m today at the
commissioners With four-
County now being! considered of the schools here. and they were guests of Manual home In Princeton by the Rev.
fifth of the board representing! a i The pipe for the project will. Product will be judged on Training Instructor C. H Rice and I Jesse E. Waller with burial following -
metropolitan tourist-center, can I have to be stored in the vicinity of I Mrs. Rice during their visit here in Palm Cemetery at Na-
we reasonably expect that the [Homestead or Florida City Monday to Thursday Sunday they'ranaSirs.,
problems of the grove-owner andfarmer I It is not believed that any serious ,I Monday Last Pay made a trip to Key West and on I Peterson, who was 74 years
will be given a sympathetic i I I delay will be occasioned bytechnical : To File R e !!Tuesday Mr. and Mrs Lamb went'old, was driving alone when the ..,
? Will to I '
continue be
bonded ear to develop we beaches and ,!between discussions department in ptflriah progress : For Tax Exemption Inning at Cape SableCONSERVAT10S accident occurred; and there were
navy _
other .
no eyewltll Accordingto
I
build causeways costing, millions)land: the Florida state road department I SI, Constable J.
'of dollars while our projected bay-j j( over elevations and distinct I After Monday, March applications DEADLINE M. Scarborough,
for homestead tax exemption ANNOUNCEDMonday tire marks stowed that her car w as
frpnt park between Florida. City( | from the roadway '
and Mowry canals la given a paltry I[of the pipeline will not be romlderedby Mar. 31, will be the traveling east on Moody drive a
of the Oversea highway
$10,0007 ,I, I either city or county tax atacnore 'deadline for signing applications half-mlte east of the federal highway -
la compliance with atate when she apparently lost control -
tNt have] 1940
jThese are question for payments for under the
Redland [Oxygen Tank Installed Uw M application for exemption I and It swerved off the roadat
brought the creation of
County up for consideration |1 t By Turner In Ambulance I II I must be filed before antI 'soil conservation program according a curve, back on again and then
I Tneaday.Applications. I tog notice issued by County left It completely to crash first
-
:Almost without exception, I
ever those discussing allln.1 I Aa oxygen tank; and equipmentfor I I may be filed with } Agricultural Agent C. H. Stef- Into a stump, which It uprooted
no attempt should be made administering oxygen was in- City T W, B. Cave fani and then 10 or 40 feet farther. Into
I for both E'e; hornMmul a pine tree with such force as to ;
road such 4 bill through:-th t a I:stale4 this week In Turners ambulance I AH grower who have not yet
thorough analysis the result Geo. W. Turner an exemption stt Ms residence. swing the rear end ef the car
to be expected should be made nounced. 117 & E. First avens*. 11aM dane i> should sign applications partly around.Bennett ,
When creation of Redland "We take pleasure In announcing ...... A"allalls m for stale before 8pm. Monday at eitherof Splvey and a negronamed
County, wa proposed some years Installation of this life-saving t uir exesnpUMw amy t* the county agents offices In Cleveland Martin, who were
ago, this newspaper opposed it on .equipment, which will. be available mailed U act candy tax assee- Homestead next to the city beD working nearby at Splvey* place,
the ground that the schools of this to the public on call,* Mr! .... J. Newt L mmgs> -.. or at oJn.I1M.. courthouse Uia -I heard the crash but did not tee
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Page: Two THE _LEADER-ENTERPRISE. Friday, March 28, 1941

LYON IN BOTTLED Tastyway Shop OpensIn -ELDE&-TO-raEACH-{1. Rev. R. J. MiUlgan. district 'elder II. H. S. Produced Three Winning fl
Homestead SaturdayA of Miami District of the Free I
Methodist Church, will preach In Basketball Teams, Records Show'The
hi GAS BUSINESS the Florida City Free Methodist
Tastyway shop, combination Church Sunday morning at 11 o'-I Homestead basketball iquad were James Sullivan with III
l-: ice-cream .saloon restaurant and clock and at 7:30: and
Sunday evening won 17 of its 29 games this season points Ralph Dellinger with
5 YEARS TODAYToday soda fountain, will open tomorrowat I o'clock. 209. Fred fuchs made 70; Charles
99 N. Krome avenue, the loca-I and scored 760 points, an average Connor, 64; Charles Robertson, 474
tion formerly occupied by Gatlin'i Baptists Will Begin of 29 points a game, according to Elmer Martin 37; D. L. Bowery
Virgil D. Lyon la celebrating : Soda Fountain. I Revival Next Sunday Coach Bleier'i record for the year.''33; Lester Archer, 10; and Doa
the fifth of Modeled after the Tastyway I
shop
anniversary Done, S. s]
It won the district tournament
bill el\1l'1lnto the bottled gas business at Coconut Grove arid operated I I(I The B team won 13 of Its II
under the same ownership, the local Dr. T. O. Reese, Florida Baptist reached reml-finals In the state '
in Homestead. shop will employ Eugene Bell Convention evangelist, will begin I tournament and placed two men games.
Starting on March 2S, 1138, Mr. and his sister, Miss Phyllis- Bell I a meeting Sunday in the First Ralph Delllnger and James 5\1111-1| The Junior high team won all of
, 4 Lyon opened In the old Manley|lot Homestead as assistants. They Baptist Church of Homestead announces -,van, on the ill-rut ten. I Its nine ,ame.. It has capturedthe
'i ; building on Mowry street, selling'have been taking a course in Tasty- Dr. J. E. Johnitone, pastorof I In the past four yean Ham.-. county B championship for
l ,J Natural Gas, and today In his I'way products and methods at Co- the church. Services will be stead has won 80 of the 108 games three successive and has
t '} 1 location at 32 N. Krome avenue, conut Grove for the past two held at 10 o'clock every morningand 'played, and three out of four district ;years won I
.I ;}. opposite the city hall, he Is still"weeks. at 7:45: o'clock every evening. tournaments. 27 of the 31 games played In that
'1 handling the same product and Booths have been built-in along "Dr. Reese is an outstanding I High point men for Homestead time.
., : \ selling Roper Gas ranges. i the south wall of the store but preacher", said Dr. Johnstons."He . 4
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'i i Mr. Lyon Is a member of an{I there will still be tables and fountain b in great demand all over
old pioneer family In this section stools.Delaware. the Southern Baptist Convention
i i
and Is one of the famed Lyon territory. If you want to be
. i brothers whose vocal quartet was 1 strengthened in your Christian
,i { In demand it the 1134 Chclago Scientists life don't fall to hear him. The Let Us Ii:
a 5'' World's Fair. I; Study in State Park Christian people of this entire
C I --- community are requested to attend
} i March Buick Magazine ; I and to take part In this great effort
i Dr. Frank Morton Jones of the,
to reach every man woman
S Pictures L. L. Chandler I American Entomological Society I II and child In this neighborhood.
I and the New York
Entomological We have tried everything else. 1-IUTO-S\V1-IY
5 The Buick Magazine for March I Society with Mrs. Jones Is spendIng Now let us'give God a chance.
carries a picture of L. L. Chandler the week at Royal Palm Park These are perilous days. If we I
cf Goulds, chairman of the Florida[studying the life histories of rare fall God He will fall us."
Citrus Commission standing beside(Insects. Your Squeaks Away i
i Ms new 1941 Buick. Accompanying With them are Dr. Robert R.
\ explanatory and descriptive I Tatnall of the Philadelphia Bot-
lines are as follows: /anical Club and Academy of Na- Turner's Funeral Home '
Farthest south Buick dealer in I tural Sciences in Philadelphia and M-BK AMBfLANCE SERV1CI WE-Locate that HIDDEN. BODY SQUEAK;
4 the United States, the Preston B.: Mrs. Tatnall. Dr. Tatnall Is confirming we detect impaired parts.
Bird Motor Company, Homestead, I former records and extending Lady Attendant
Florida, presents Chairman L. J..I his knowledge of the floraof Phone S64-R Homestead, fla.AMERICAN WE-Lubricate "Knee-Action" cars. See it work,
Chandler of the Florida Citrus i South Florida. Ii it's perfect while the parts are all in mo
Commission and his 1941 Buicksedanet. Both of the scientists are mem- tion-"floating action."
This la the fifth Buick 1 bers of the Society of Natural
i I which Mr. Chandler has bought History of Delaware, and both I i JCW7A"W7SCX61: : k WE-Lubricate and free bearings even in
t from this company." ,,families live In Wilmington, Del. WINTER so snow and water won't rust

them-also FORCE OLD LUBRICANTOUT

I THE WAY and FRESH LUBRICANT IN.

I WE-Make old cars ride like new ones, keep new

I ones riding like NEW-We prove it.

I WE-Pull the spring leaves back into their na

tural curl-we call it "Temporary Re-
arching."

WE-Put the proper lubricants where the

ACTUAL WEAR takes place-the highest

points of friction.
.
WE-Permit 100%' lubrication, apply grease

while the car is in motion and while the

weight of the body is on the AUTO-SWAY.

WE-Spread spring leaves even inside the coversto

actually put lubricants between the

leaves-not just smear on the outside.

(Slight additional cost.)



41 Road Condition LubricationAt


No Extra Cost to You




REDLAND SERVICE STATION


"SPANNX" IXSt'A, Prop.
OURSUNSHINE I r
FLAGLEK AVE. and MOWRY ST. HOMESTEAD FLA.
SERVICE I
GRID SYSTEM 24-HOUR SERVICE PHONE 9143

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ran ...._..It..., "' ,..... to
the M_* Horn*prowrtta w. .r.
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law .< MipiMy and wMM..4 aWN
,; With vast electric generating sources and "grid ::to Um beat> u a inch.HUM .If f Tear TM Lewd OwnEDWARD ..
systems Interconnected transmission.that span e ..... .-J .- ..........--.
tog II .....Ip Into ear 911"40oro. ;,
the United State from coast to coast

..With irfflismrtod isolated worsen STILINQ ,; !j-
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: experienced MentoreeWj P C 'toA

V amplennanckSvraeourc** lor expansion, Nude t tGSY Florida CIW a.

;, ., 'Bad* e&Mf damn holding Companies" -9fIDlagt fR IflfGtl -.

'! NOT ONE PENNY OT GOVERNMENT: DEFENSE -
'APPROPRIATIONS NEED BE SPENT FOR POWER GET YOUR STATEDriver's.

rAounrs.HECTKCPOWEW. Tl lE1IRENO..IIOt'1U NECKS".1N \ fwdo .... a sad c..a.n. I I
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-- Marcl128..1941'THE ..HOMESTEAD'.LEADER.'ENTERPRISEP2ft'rfnoee
..

Outside Speakers and Local Pastors Francis: FitzpatrickIs School and Min Alt Vsnn et
IL H. S. MEET'SIL11.S.APR.
Homestead who are to attend the
R. O. T C. CaptainFrancis I
alumna college at r. S. C. W. laTallahassee
To Help in Week of
Religious Emphasis
4 : next week plan to goby
I (miooy; Fitzpatrick I, war of Gainesville and to stay ;

j "Foe: Spiritual Defense" .U the'John' Episcopal Church, "...11as-, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrick I'there a few hours to see the military
IN HOMESTEAD them of a week of religious emphasis sist In the worship.The has been made a captain parade at the university.
I which will begin at the Rev. Daniel Iverson pastorof I la the Reserve Officer Training
Homestead Presbyterian Church the Shenandoah Presbyterian Corps of the University of Florida Scotland provide another food
Th baseball! teams of Homestead Ion Sunday, announces the pastor, Church, will speak Friday night on I and IS day after he .is graduated I story: Little Jean one !day turned :
High School and Redland High j the Rev. Ceo. II. Rickf. Commencing "God's Grace." The Rev J. J. In June h* will go Into active duly I to her mother who was a widow. :
School will meet on the Homestead! Monday an outstanding Richards, pastor of the Homestead a* second lieutenant' In the U 5'1 j, "Mother," she .said "do you
field next Friday afternoon. speaker from one of the lower Methodist Church, will assist and army. really and truly love me?" ,
Homestead will play Miami EdisonIn !least coast churches will deliver!Mrs. II. L. Brandenburg will sing. H* wa offered a position In the' "Of course, child was the an .
Miami this afternoon and Fort 1 the message each evening and pas- I P.It:. Yonge High School In Oalnesvlll -I' swer. "Why do you ask?" e 1
Lauderdale on Its field next Tues' ton of the local churches will as> Death Takes Hoban i but h* preferred to spend III I "And will you prove It to me*" j
day II slst The evening'services wiT Pat year in military I service.His "Ye. If I can." I
Miami High beat Homestead 6 begin at 7f5.I : At Home in NaranjaPatrick sister, Miss Louie Long Fib-' "Well then, go and marry the

to 0 In the first game of the season, The series will be opened Sunday Patrick, and Miss Doris Brown,'man round the corner who has the I
63 died I both teachers In IIlhl I Halifax Herald.
Joseph Hoban. Everglade sweetie shop. -
played on the local field Wednesday morning at U o'clock with a I
Wednesday his home at
night at
Miami scored a run in the sermon by the pastor on "Anchors I I
third Inning, another In the fourth In Times of Cr el." II |Naranja. Death was due to pneu-
..rnnnla preceded by a long
period
inning and four In the sixth Inn. On Monday evening the Rev
LOANSA3i
of 111 health. I !
P
V. 8. HELP FOR YOUr
Ing. Archie C. Ray, pastor of the West ;
Mr. Hoban came to the Redland
Miami struck out 23 Homestead Palm Beach Presbyterian Church,I District 14 years ago. He"...a..bomIn I lOlfC par America's going back to
batters. However, Homestead not will speak: on "Our Assurance ofImmortality. i Fort Worth, Texas. Unmarried .. work! Repairing, Altering,
only fielded well but also knew ." The Rev. W. E.,1Howell ,I he leave a sister, Mrs. Wm. A. 1 Modernizing America' neglected
where to throw the ball when accurate pastor of the Florida City Dent of Naranja and two brothers, ? building! Through the
throwing counted. With a and Redland Community churches, |David J. and Thomas Hoban 01 F H. A., the government
little more pratice in hitting the will assist in the worship and Omaha. make it possible for YOU to
Homestead team should prove to T. L. Hodges will sing. 1.1.// Funeral arrangements have not borrow needed funds for needed
be a threat to any team It plays : The hev. Marshall Pilkenton,i I been completed. building Repairs, etc. We'll
from now on. 'pastor of the Hollywood Presby-J be glad to help you to arrange
The schedule as announced by terlan Church will speak Tuesday I I a loan, and to supply needed
OF THANKS<
Coach Ted Bleler reads as follows: night' on "God's Love." The young CARD "I materials.
We wish' to thank
Mar. 28, Friday Miami Edison people will sing, and the Rev. Robert .) our many
friends for their kindness and
assistance
there. H. Spear. pastor of the Nazarene -
Church of Homestead'will during our recent be- BROOKER LUMBER CO. INC.
t Lauderdale I assist in the worship. reavement.Mrs. ,
t Hfram Ritch
April 4, Friday Redland here.I Dr. George C Williams teacherof Lumber Hardware, Sash Doers, Tools
Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Ritch
'
April 8, Tuesday, Andrew Jack. Bryan Memorial Bible Class in Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bussey PHONE 63 HOMESTEAD, FLA.
i ton, there. Bayfront Park Miami and past Mr. and Mn. James Simmons
April 11, Friday, Dania, here. president of Ithaca College will
April IS, Tuesday, Miami High speak on "Hosanna or Crucify!
there. Which?" Stanley Wittkop will
April 18, Friday, Miami Edison, sine. ." .....W' ...,..-
here, I Thursday night Dr. James V. , T ,
April 23, Wednesday, Dania, Johnson, pastor of the Westminster! : Deep"
; there. Presbyterian Church In Miami lie
i April 23, Friday Andrew Jack- will speak on the theme, "Oin ,
I' con here. I Father Which Art In Heaven Booth
1 April 29, Tuesday, Fort Lauderdale Mr. Lloyd Deitz will sing, and the
f. here. :Rev R. F. Blackford rector of St 'if Jusf
May 2, Friday, Redland, there.
I
!Y'Dr, Leonard \. MaskinCLASSES -g| 4
COLBY VISITS OLD FRIENDS
;. Charles B. Colby of Coconut
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lMrl tliln t fn ( l 11
t Grove who formerly lived In this
'lulu* ..4 R...Irl.f .1 ||
t district visited on Tuesday with III N. H. Tint ...... Mt..,, fit. ,:, I 1
old neighbors and friends who CMupKlilr Air r.<4IM.M4 {1 I
.. W <...Mt.it T.r' j\
A
are mourning the death of Mrs.Colby ..
which occurred at her
home on. Mar 15.I i READ THE WANT-ADS!
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March 29 I j

I

I II tttt stop to figure why Nature gave pressure on the gas: troadlo opens up

you both a nose and a mouth to ." neHbretthesM

I TASTY'VAY ; breathe through? through two carburetors.

Your nose,barring colds,doc all right Simple: isn't it? Yet look what hap

for ordinary purposes. pens:
ifcE CREAM

But to up against torn heavy exercise Your engine always consume gas

RESTAURANT' and SODA FOUNTAIN _nj you can open up your mouth a* according lo the "",.

well and increase the intake; of
it
By simply taking; easy when easy

oxygen. does it and breathing deep when the

Your 1941 Buick with Compound Car"ork pile up,your power plant get a.

2-FOR4 SALEI buretion work aomething like that.mllCll ai 10% to 15% more mileage

from the came gasoline
I .. Ita"nose," which i i.the forward one of That, in these as 1
Tw for the price ef O.. '
)'ourtwo duilt..iz.c.rburetor..doe.a days, is nothing to 1"."" +
All Day SaturdayICE grand job of supplying "breath" for be sneezed at. ,, $ '

your engine on normal jobs. 'i
CREAMICE I-
.
So why don't you I 5"

CRUX CONES But when the time comes that your en. get the whole story I i;

fine has to dig in for tough pull .
HOT DOG SANDWICHESIIAMBIYGER or a from your Buick '
... 'h.'vaIn...
burst of power, then your extra footd.aI.ri'
8ASD'ICKJSTastvway: C oupeReI
Option*!it slight extra cod M BuIck $ricui models MaxUrd oa all others

.JliwrwI.t Fli"J/KI.

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axwrtA. Of eveouu MOTOM YAWlut,1' u>

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99 N. KROME AVE. HOMESTEAD
I PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
I DOORS. NORTH OF CITY HALL
sorTIl KROM 04.\Eo, AT nml aT. HIOrVE II HOMESTEAD FLA,

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Page Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER'ENTRRPRTSE Friday March 28. 194flTHELEADERENTERPRISEI

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g lOR./DA t1 CHLfGHT' S 6r''r
Lights and
fublUtwd. Fri.l.rM H"m..t.... Ft*. Shades
I? the South n.,Ir 1'ublUMnK c"po.
CnUrrrf: .. ...ond Ha! .. mall matter By: Robert Kyle Been
'Mirth IS IPli, M o/fk. alNa.wl..d
Florid, :.Jo'U, ad ttkUrrk
I. ISTtEN NWYNM IMINNNNNNMNYINNNNIYN.NYY,,.

Mr, fern ..;
.. Ultra' I s.nb Irian hIs I"h..:
: ARCHER Piwldrat d ,
.....,
awns or a .tory you _aLl law.
SUIUORII LEACH ARCHER___ I Ii ohio. with' otlMn, -rift"| .... It to iM .M.
i ._-S--rr sad Trmirif j P. O. Bra 401, H oaw.t ed. FU.

Well, here we are knee deep !In'''
SUBSCRIPTION RATES +
a0., txlah.
ta .*.. ComlOoM /. '1M 4 is" spring. I suppose that there waV

., IM Cwntr- "'" never a person who has rhymed"moon"
1 'ea! i
with "June" or "spring",

Public with "sing" who has not felt the
Debts Affect the lunge to Write< about the sweeter

IndividualTotal I emotions at this season of the"]

year. Frankly I think that with
public and private debts all the talk of war and enmity;
fa the United States
now amount and plots and counter-plots that

to about 1178,000,000,000 or $8,000 fill the air around us a little more

per family. thought of love will surely do us.
This is the picture of national '
"Arl'J/eA DP .. > no harm.

finances public and private, as vowel u famous tuorra of LOMDI iJ' While seated on a bench In Bay.
presented 31 1941.
January At
front Park, listening to the swishof '
MT/6tt MOM VtttTWtS iL.ii
that time, the national debt \
.. the waves and the whisperingof
amounted to almost 148,000,000- 77 ios'Wze grin:NNI8 SHQ/NE NIA' LAKEwd9LESVS the palm I suddenly; became

000, the combined city and municipal ;, 1I1U1WJlI'CrION OF NOTED G4)07MQY 7HlfT NAME IN fQRNCE aware of a young couple who had

debt was about $20,000- : /r /s BUr ON* of A NUMBER or 'MPllr NI Bw/atrs TO as. seated themselves on a bench
000,000 long-term private Indebtedness Ifr NOIII FAMfJUS!/NStitNMNtx4SEsM&oVJ'O.V1REft very
SEEM, rifE near me. You know, there It ,
shot t-term about $79,000,000,000, and !4 __ Il1r920. !IYR OF, ,QOMRM UiTN I.I& fJPEMtNL+UKAIJH/ something deliciously Intimate "
private Indebtedness
about about a park bench. And this It'
$37,000,000,000 -
young couple was certainly otnlivlous .
Broken down, long-term private| -SFfS/F. of me and their surround

debts split Into about $000,000- i TJ4l_ ._ I III'" They were alone In a great
000 of mortgages $12.000,000,0001of
railroad debt. 13000000.000 of II big wonderful world weaving ;
their dreams 1
I together on the lopm
public utility debt, and $8.000.uOO.,000 .- of love. "

of industrial corporate I did not Intend to eavesdrop but (
debts The
short-term private when the maiden's voice come; : to 1;
debt total Includes I
1 $24,000,000- me, clear and low, I couldn't help ;
000 of short-term bonk loans, $10- H
but overhear "I didn't know love
'
000,000,000 of retail credit, and ; ThLLui"? IINAt4."IVN/ N ltiiRiN& could be so big", nor could I help ,
$3,000,000,000 loaned out on life err 20 ft6PAt TiVI1I10Sr \
ITtPPrt9LF IazANf hearing the young man's answer,
Insurance policies. JHfP ire.wgzs/7J771etstr r
} ,
"Love Is the biggest thing in all
Since the first of the XV 1Ae Z r0FUNMCE S
Con- N.c"ri
I year, I 1. the world!"
) gross has rained the national
debt
Love! Divine essence! A tine. \
limit from $49,000,000,000 to $tl5-
ture compounded by the Master Alchemist ':;
000.000,000 and .
appropriationsnecessary : ------1 I either from within or from with ,nnvy1VVY'In :T Ts e One drop of it placed on ,v
for national
defense will
out. Their foreign minister gaveus the heart of a man and his whole ...
probably; account for the major CURRENT LIBRARY FACTS
1
this advice: "Tell your Americans perspective of life is changed.
portion of national debt In
any that If they would make up And the heart that knows It not

crease.mounting Those federal concerned obligation over be-the i! COMMENTBy I their minds about things, one way AND FANCIESBy Is barren, and empty, and cold.I .i

or the other, they would be calm; Love Is like a sweet flower. It "
lime .
that domestic federal spending AGNEW WELSH MRS. J. E. GAVLENSTTVTVVTVvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv'
panic and hysteria are the results grows and blooms first In the <

make should the be defense drastically cut to,I _,_ NYNMYrLdltw' I of Indecision." There Is* some heart of one, then It breathes Its ;

program as| Motet a,. w..._ _1_ serve to that. The Turk added LIBRARY HOCKS fragrance Into the heart of anoth '
I neaily a "pay as go" proposi- .,. .. ... "
i tion you eoma...., b ill "CeM. vkrtlwr. that for their sakes they would er It reaches 'out with its tiny'
as possible ta iwmvnt or at virtue
with kli. OI'ln"Add.... Ml...tt.r like to see America in the war Monday, Wednesday, Thursday tendrils and binds the two hearts*,
These astronomical figures .. ..... ..... .
mean l to A. Wltoli. SIS M. a :, "but if we had these two oceans 3-$ p. ... together. ,
little to the citizen. But see at Miami Pill
average ,I between us, with the lessons we Tuesday Friday It a. m.-1 p. m Love is like a gossamer net, e
whether"Mr. he understands It or not, Fulton Oursler, editor of Liberty : have learned, we would never die Saturday '-U a. m.( 3-8 p. n woven about two lives, and the<<

Average Man" Is going to be l magazine, says he has lectured for other people; we would do exactly ,-, p. m. two so wrapped should be most
affected
by these various deb" I all over this country, tryingto as we are doing nowbuildup careful, for once one tiny strand
A It Is
conceivable
huge financed that author -
program prlmarl- any
warn the people of the danger our defences to the maximum"As Is broken the whole is likely 1a '
ly by; borrowed money; almost Inevllubly i to democracy through corrupt .who has written many books,
to the future he said: "When unravel.
means Inflation and this should upon his demise, leave
,
r municipal government "but they; people are fed up, there will be I Love is like a duet Played upon ,
means that, despite the much unpublished material. Such I
\
apparent
like it better when I tell them,
a general strike (against war) the strings of two hearts In har
prosperity of high wages, each '' can be said of Mark Twain. Many|
funny stories; they are having such the world and the
)rr: throughout war- mony. The echoes of the music
dollar will not buy as much reasons may be found for unpublished -|
as a good time at our party they hate I
I makers will be left alone. Of will reverberate throughout all
i'
during past years. i!'to be told the house lion fire. wars an American said, "The elderly manuscripts during an au- time
In the final analysis; the national I thor's life which automatically dissolve -
|Putting together two familiar quotations make them, the young men Love is like a series 9f picture
debt can be paid off only by the upon his death. II
we have this: "What fools
fight them and the children two artists with
pay painted by i I i
production of real wealth. Such Bernard De Veto a noted Mark
these mortals be laugh, and the
;
: for them"nNwN single The glorious colors -
i iI i purpose.
production means longer hours Twain scholar as well as editor of
world laughs with and
harder work, sacrifice and saving! I. alone." you; weep, I ,MM/NN.N MMM, Na M IN, "The Easy Chair" of Harper's and I i never seem to' fade, and the
you weep
With thesa. same principles Ini I I Children former editor of the Saturday Re pictures live on in the museum

mind, many citizens are faced with i,II Headline in a Miami paper: I 4 Itl view of Literature, was appointedto I of memory. '
an opportunity to clear up their "Who's the Best Dressed Girl at By Jndii assemble some of this unpub- Love Is like a winding trail that

own personal affairs With proper Miami University?" In the first .. NN MN ,, YN ,N NNN. lished material. I leads on-and on far beyond the t
caution about 1 These Mark Twain land of setting suns. The youthful
Increasing personal!{place such cleavages are unwise i COMBATING: THE SLOT papers are
expenditures, old debts can be and smack of snobbery. What the MACHINE about men and events, anecdotes, couple starts out hand !in hand

paid off from the increased Income 'world wants to know Is what girl's opinions and reminiscences. It is along the way. How sweet Is every

of higher wages. I brain and heart will make the I The problem of the slot machine, more on the order of "table talks flower how clear the song of, .

Roger Bibson. columnist and contribution to the welfare which U frequently referred to as and has all the familiar Mark every bird!
greatest the "one-armed
financial expert advises the bandit", would not Twain humor that has The and
people of future generation given count way grows rough they
of this country to beware of private l I be so difficult to cope with, it less admirers many hours of enjoyment find the going hard, but the more

debt during the coming per- lI i To aid water-borne traffic on I the public could be made to realizehow I they laugh the easier It is, and the

lix| ,of Inflation. History teaches I the upper stretches of the "Father I small a percentage of very Surely there are Mark Twain"fans" more they love the smoother the I \

that poverty .unemployment; i''of Waters" 28 dams Involving; 190 I I:doubtful profit To the machine actually in this community but after way becomes. j jI rt
pays. estimate the charges
often follow boom times. miles of the river, have been con- I one has of winning from the slot more than a month on the shelf With some the laughter may'

tructed between the saintly citieij I i machine a test on the mechanismI without one Interested borrower r, cease, and the love grow cold. ,

An Educational ,, (St. Louis and St. Paul). One I I i was once arranged which involved we wonder. I Then one 'may turn aside seeking '

press writer calls them a "an the laws of mathematical proba Theodore Roosevelt, Carnegie new trails, leaving the other to go

Innovation aquatic staircase". Not so bad at i bility. A few II the Rockefellers, Kipling, Barrie, his way alone. He finds,the flowers t
; boys were given .
that I I Churchill and Bret Harte are a no longer fragrant, and the
Apparently a successful expert fake coins to solve the problem,
few of the personalities discussedIn '
ment Is the operation of about :which resulted In a number of I birds he longer seem to sing. ;

forty children's educational camps I On the occasion: of his recent I',startling discoveries.For "Mark Twain In'Eruption. 1 Sometimes one it lifted, as on :

In Britain, all situated well outside'I visit to Miami Gen. Maximo Camacho example'a; player hits the i I) 4 6 0 the wings of a cloud, and transported :'

the crowded and bomb-deluged brother of the president of "Jack-pot" only once in four hun- "The Silent Drum" by Nell H. in one breath, to the westward .

i cities Under the direction of ilr Mexico, told reporter that "Unity dred times. In other words, at a Swanson is the story of the Pennsylvania end of'way, there to await, "

Edward Howarth, this National i 1s the salvation force of the I'I'I pickle a trY, it costs a boy twenty i frontier. This. the au the one who Is left to finish the ,

i Camps Corporation Is Interesting i I Americas. We of Mexico have dollars in order to win five dollars. thor's first novel since his plan journey alone s

4 for never before hare British elementary : been Waiting for that moment to The youngsters who were In court for thirty Integrated novels con-

students resided near,see the destinies of people of the I I also learned that the next highest :cerned with the making of America the case until he learns that some .: !l Ii

I' their classes. These camps accom-I Western Hemisphere unify. We| pay-off came once In two thousand was written Into a life time/one ls exerting much Influence to I

modal 290 children each, and have Would keep the Americas for the!I Ii plays, thus costing one hundred|'contract with his publishers last push the case to an early trial.

their own assembly rooms dining, |i American republics, and Mexico I|dollars to win one dollar. The'year The series will be a saga of 'Then he is up to his old tricks ,

halls, classrooms, dormitories, hos- will do her part" court then explained that the machine ., the middle border from 1633 to I I which eventually clear up the mystery l :

systems'I . I was to constructed that!11839 In terms of a group of related but not until there are d.I.

I A wag said of a friend whose email "come-on" winnings were I characters. couple of murders besides many _

shilling ($9.20) a week to keep a hair was beginning to thin, that:r possible to keep the player Interested . complications which keep everyone "

child )In one of these camps and;he "had follicular failure". Oh. '! and to continue playing for i Mystery story "addicts" are familiar guessing.

4 parents are asked to pay only six i maybe It was only a horrendous higher stakes. with Erie Stanley Gard -

I i shillings (1.20 toward this1 I I hirsute heglra. The judge who instituted the ex-I ner's novels in which Perry Mason Handy Substitute .. \

amount Following a work-tor-I |pertinent stated that his court officers plays an Important part In "The i "And what it a synonym, Willie

i 1 play system; In their spar time!I Nila Gram Cook pays the Turks checked up on the boys Case of the. Haunted Husband", ?" asked the teacher. F

children are allowed to enjoy gardening a high tribute In a national magazine whom he used In his test and I I Perry Is called upon to defend a "A synonym." said Willie +

and encouraged to take an i (Liberty In saying that no'found that not one of them has girl hitch-hiker from the charge shrewdly, "Is a word you use

i Interest In the live-stock kept on Turk will betray his chief; neither since evidenced a desire to play; aj I of murder. : when you can't spell the other

the (rounds; will Turk toMrlte .propaganda; lot machine. I His Interest Js not aroused In on*,"-Ex,



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I,pit made Easter clucks last week; (The responsibility of keeping out
| to decorate the bulletin board..I lot this war rests upon our common
il Homestead II Maynard Wright Is a welcomed citizen. If he wants it, we shall
HighLightsFUNDS
j new pupil. 'I have war; if he doesnt wt won't

,i Mrs. Carter substituted for Mrs. In addition to keeping out of
---J 'Thurman two day last week. With I w'ar, a* well as to aid In keeping
'
the money made at the rummagesale
out, American citizen should
Mildred Batt, Mary Jo Close 1 formed. Other dances are being every
they expect to buy tome new
RAISED strive to Improve his country, to
Marjorie Conner, Betty Jenkins, practiced for the May Day '
pro- 'library book A welcomed new '
continue the work, which Mi forefathers -
Angelo Ballero, AIda Connor, Miry I cession.
I .
!pupil 1* James Wright from Perrine.
FOR BASEBALL Ellen Dearing, Hilda Dodson, Shirley The girls are glad to get backto began, of building America. -
.
Doxsee, Athlcy Kemp Dorothy their lime routine of having I There are many way la
The pupil in Mrs. Hood'
room which to do this, some big, some
Moon Loll Pierce, Catherine five
I
questions each
day on the
are learning the song, "Oh Su-!little.. Inventions, scientific research .
BY EDNA FORTE Rohrer, Frances Rutland, Ellen country they are studying In geography tanna". (
School Schaltern, Virginia Head" Dolly At the preterit they are social work are some of
The Homestead High boys | Mrs. Bird' classroom hat been the big ones, but If a feel
Barnett, Louise Dearing Betty studying the countries of Latin person
showed their determination to turned Into a kite shop. Some that
he I* not qualified for
Ray Clark Clarice Dodion Virginia America and their Interests. These I any-
have a baseball team by raising .kites have patriotic design while thing on this order should
a quota of $100.12 In two days. Milliard, Helen Hooker Florence classes are also using their compasses -;others have very colorful design I choose a vocation which hh. can do.
There were 24 boys out for prac Nelson, Vara Rheney Mary in the structure of six-,(I The contest was held Monday ati .land do It well He will then be
Roberta, Faye Shiner, Dorothy pointed Han. !
i
tice.They will play their first game Sullivan, Helen Tucker, Mivti The spelling bars ire going over i,ternoon.Mrs. Moser'l claw I* beginningto 'doing should Mi best be, and asked that to Is do.all Anyone TN-
Watts, Gloria De Maria, and Ruby In a big way. Everyone Is tryinghis
Wednesday afternoon with Miami
score points on neatness for per- good cltlaen, too, teaches his children
High in Homestead and their sec Callahan. or her hardest to be the kingor fect papers the great principle upon
ond game Friday with Miami Edison : queen In Junior high. A great'J Mrs. Wynn'i pupil have been1practicing which
our country stands, so that
James Sullivan Makes number of the sudent !I
in Miami. are going I for the Herald spellingbee posterity uphold them
The line-up for this year Is: State Basketball Ten to try to have a high rating at :' for the past two weeks. Ruth I throughout the may years to come.
catcher, Matt Ballaro; pitcher the final of the school ,Rutland i* ahead. She has not I
Homestead ii'iihb The seventh grade speech classes < I Some of the many political right
Richard Caves, first baseman and proud to have :j I missed any word
right field, James Sullivan and placed two member of its basketball are studying pantomimes that is, I and privileges offered by America
Snuffy Dillinger, all-state basket team on the all-itate ten. We you know the making of speeches ca to her citizens are: freedom of
ball stars; short stop, Freddie found out last week by telephoning without saying a word. The'MUICAN CITIZENBy I speech, press and worship, trial
Fuchs; second base, Don Done; both the Miami paper that Mrs Hindman'i seventh gradehome Doris Thompson by Jury unrestricted travel, and
third base, Edward Tomerlin; Ralph Delllnger was elected with ec class I I* making fudge that I I I According to the dictionary a 'the right to own property. Edu
'cation
and center field, D. L. Bowen. i the tint five, but could not find has really turned out well. I'citizen .Is a native or naturalized' li available to all. The
New ones showing great prom out anything ibout the identity of The ninth grade is learning to'''member of a state or nation, who people are protected from murderand
ise are: Wilber Caves, In-and-out- the other the. We finally got spell words that are moat easily I'enjoys political rights and privileges : thievery Len fortunate people
field; Paul Rue, in-field; Charles hold of I Gainesville paper that mispeJled and most needed in everyone's and give I in return his I allegiance -I I the poor, the physically and
SteffanI, out-field; Harry Bowen, gave the complete list Congratulations I life.ELEMENTARY. |' to the state. It Is the duty mentally sick orphan chlldrenI -
Incapable of earning their own
out-field Steve Blondo, out-field Jamei. I
;
; : NEWS I im-prove I I(living, are cared for by the gnvicrnment -
Arnold McIlwain, out-field; Billy
Forte, out-field; Elmer Martin, JUNIOR HIGH NEWS By tars Cheney i|haps more that ever before, since I I with aid I In the form of
catcher; Tommy Harris, out-field; By Melba VsnU Inkle Miss Jackson' pupil are very :,[,their country now faces a danger evenly distributed taxes placed
and Sam Biondo, out-field. The seventh grade girls have sorry their teacher I* still ill. They greater than any In Its past his I upon the richer people.
The eighth graders reportingwere been practicing dances and xercliei enjoyed making Easter chicken tory. This clanger Is that of becoming I The citizen mho receive so
: Harry Bishop Theodore In physical education. Last 'in art last Friday morning. j Involved In another, greater much from his government certainly
Orfanedeo John Bilello, Billy! Tuesday at the meeting of the Mrs. Edwards' room enjoyed a European conflict and losing owes It something return.
''I
Jacobs Billy Dickinson, Wayne'" Woman's Club these girls per half-holiday Friday. The pu-.its entire system of government. (Continued on Page Twelve)

Lawrence, and Gerald Andrews. I -
The baseball squad of the Homestead -
High School wishes to express
deep appreciation for the
splendid cooperation of the merchants -
and citizens of the Homesteadand

Redland District area for 'I
puking this team possible.

T. J.. -Reynolds-- -- -Gives Former owners of lowest priced can say


Band Conn Saxapnone I "' tt '

By Frances Rutland ff
/ nMIy Tvy/amfs Pontiac
Homestead High School band Is on my are
proud to acknowledge the gift of
a new instrument. This present
la doubly prized because It wa a "

complete of surprise.Miami donated Mr T. J.to Reynolds the: Sf sinw// I hardly notice the difference !

band an E flat alto saxophone
made by Conn. We are fortunate
In getting this particular Instru-
ment Just at this time: for it was
especially needed to help balance
the band. All the band members I
Join In thanking the donor of
such an excellent gift
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I
II. II. S. ParticipatesIn

Festival Tonight I
'
In reparation for the music festival -
to be held In Miami Friday
Bight at 8 o'clock the different I
groups were assigned. a special
time for practice. The Glee Club.
boy and girls, are to go to the
rand shell at Bayfront Park,
where the practice I* to take
place, Wednesday morning; high
school band Tuesday morning;
Junior high band Wednesday
morning; Elementary glee club,
Friday morning. Dt IMXI ,'''/." Sin 7WZW Serbs, $S74* (white sidewall tires extra)
The following student are taking -
part in the various event:
Senior high band--Paul Rue A tawwq. 1M We.taNaOa
Barbara Hill, Forrest Bell, Edwin
Booth Lamar Dickinson, Marlow $U MORE FOR AM

:Jacobsen, Bruce Scott John Kuhn IN ANY MODEL!
and Athley Kemp. TMffac .
Junior high band -David Barnes
Barry Bishop. Yates Baker Mil-

Terberg.fred Sentry Warren Tom Senery.Hodges,Dorothy Gretje I TOT wi t** WITH r n tear nia

Kuhn, Bellgenc Bullard Fnnk
Hangman, Frank Rice and Surrey M

JtI- ee. I Ilii fr TIns ADVWnsWONT Is addressed M b M important torn to toe, yon stay gamily
Senior high girls' gk ebb- show owners of lows npricd can image, the member of payments so that
who haw often viand they could she MM* V *MS fymni fees your pncWaeok.
owns Poeuac. but Brr <.k they cold aaordon No wonder format l0weM-psw4 car
I *. lu pur POM 'is to Mil yes IBM you cmasfoN owners an sajrinat"Mootklf Mrmws o> any pykw Y
Boudoir Chain $555 up a POMMW...J to show you 07 jam caa. MMMC an so bid MM I hnUy atic dwVeal's
Fires POMMC. far from head .* ***....* doter
Coffee Tables $9.25 up car. is accnlj! a W rAW car-te SKI. Joss s awn, many owners will nil yen mHla PONTIAC mrti train AT 1st
very'few dollars note than "tb lowtxpricedthra she loss run, yes sct.aly qa"omit for a toe TMg M&Jalc73."ocr tUt
Occasional *." A* a result your protons car will Im all PoMMCyo simply imrtU a lied man, be .
Chairs . $9.93 probability, easily covet the down ftfmmt os caw yes will eventually |H those few eun DtlhmJfl Ptmlitt M/ j, Suit t**;
up Pomuc. to s Walker alfoweace a< *mtwt, .ev.urrJ.e-.dru.
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Pare THE HOMESTEAD Friday, March


I ,open mind, waiting until it can be land District from California S3: 'Cross Roy Wittenwyler.

; DANCING MAGIC REDLAND COUNTYContinued proved "In black and white" whatis years ago with her husband, who''Campbell, Arthur Davis, Ed

for the belt interests of the preceded her In death by several kina and Vigo Pederson. -I

it SEEN Redland District years. She was born in Denmark ovary pall bearers will be
BALANCING
( From Page One) and came to the United States McStay, A. W. McVicker,

log when placed In I Turner am- when 16 years of age. She was an Smith, John Murray and H. 8.
ON LADIES' NIGHT bulance, summoned by the two I CRASH active member of the Silver Palm 'Graham. :"ii'4(

men, but she died before arrival I Methodist Church. -, ,1

section would surfer. When the 1I She Is survived by an adopted NOTICE 01' APPLICATION <'*

A of dancing, magic question was brought up early this I! (Continued From Page One) daughter, Miss Shirley Harkness' J'OA I SM I:HEFllo 4 D '
program week, we set out to find out whether of Princeton a sister Miss Syrena Notice I. fcarabf Inn, that W. I L, C. '
and hand-balancing, furnished by I It Mrs. Peterson was still breathat ; km bolder of Evorcladro Drainage Dt.1V
Bill Pecks of Miami, and an Ins revenue sources added since the James Archer Smith Hospital. -I Nelson in Denmark; and a niece, tale T.. _II..... Numbered 44., -.... \
,that time have changed the pic- Mrs. Asabur Burrichter of Prince- I the lat dap of A usual. A. D. IMI ben
.
4 spirational address by Wm. Hodges iture. filed. lOW c..u/.tea np office ...
World War mayor of Gary Ind, I An Inquest started Wednesday ton.Pall I made application far ui dead i fcl.1
Among these added school revenue bearers will be Lawrence Iharoao I. oooordakoa with I... *.. ..
i will be completed tonight in the *
,
; I and at present an attorney of that I II C.rtlfM.t. tb fallowing
city, comprised a ladles' night pro- | sources are the state alloy J I office of Justice of the Peace S. L.Kendrlck. Smith Conrad Nelson, Howard anibrd Property.:.tad .. Dade C..atp, .

: tram of the Homestead Rotary j jcitlons of $800 per teacher unit I .._ I I FIor KS. :.rJ";: of NEB ofownahlp JlII4: ..... .
; dub Wednesday evening. | (and there are 67 teacher units In I Mrs. Peterson came to the Red- abuse to her described and having who"remove Named.N unknown. ttoo Id. St Sooth. a.... II
Kail, la tho .
County of BadFlorida. .
{the two special tax school district retain paraona oa known kp none u..I.1 state '" W
1 The theme of Mr. Hodges' talk i In the proposed Redland Countyarea |1111I THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Till I the said ..plaintiff hat aa met known malt The assessment of mid Broportp ands.: ,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL' Clan'IT. IN the said plaintiff, whether they or I
was aid to Britain to preserve democracy ) and the equal share of the AND FOR! DADE COLNTV, FLORIDA. then the Certificate blued was la the Raw .t
') f I are dead or all end aa believed akar. William L. Ckomoara.Unkao .
\ Mr. Pecks' program included !'parimutuel tax revenue which each I IN CHANCERY.SO... I the said plaintiff. If living to ka In. 'I sold. Certificate shall ka redeem. :,
.
f the Morris sla STMS.LEOTA toraalad In the property end premises "karo '
dancing by ...
I According to law. lo deed will thorZoaoa
"
county receives (and the school M J!; a widow. In Innlvad and karalankovo dncrlbnl, end
1 ters, hand-balancing by Mack and{budget estimates will be $35,000 I Plaintiff III -....to bass been '."_14 lharala tAnd I ...the thin lath 1111I day of day April of Merck A. D...l A.4iT r
: Reed, and feats of magic by WIsareo having made ..Uno hoeing or 140. o"r,
I
I per county this year). Last year GEORGE: A. BOUNSAVELL, at .., alaloiloaaar, interest In the some .... I B.: B. LEATHFRMAM
;I : ; Paul Ryman, Pecks' pianist the board estimated the fund from Dofaojilanta I acrlbfd land parties defendant to the want Clerk of Circuit Court!;
''i played i number he had composed I ORDER TO APPEAR kill of aomplalntlAn4 I Dade Count,. Florida.'
the commission $25,000
b i' I racing as The State of Florida ITo bovine demanded from the abate of ,
Circuit Court Coal. ,
'j Weedneaday afternoon. Pecks of -... A. __ftll. If living, and,
r received the Circuit Court and for Dado Ountp
land actually $31W2. If dead him unknown ........ davlaaaa,; I II r N. C. STERRETT. D. 0 1 r
af ardor
I of ceremonies. to Florida the Ii an requiring .. .
was master II. 14, SI, ,
i ,j course, '11 Detailed figures as to operatingcosts laaataaa, sensuous gad sentiment ,.=h persons and N appear to her SS. Apr. 4 II l'41|
( Guests Included Ted Preston, and available revenues for I And to all paraoaa bovine or claiming 'end bill of oooiplalnl ..... a dap not .... ,.
ti as latsrst I. the '0I1ow1"1ri. .... then twaotr..ujht dora oar mora than sixty e aa.es
t ; '\ president of the Miami Rotary I the schools of the proposed Red-,....... dan from the date of making of sold. ornamed -
I. ,.' Club, and Mrs. Preston Harold Let U 01 Block I of Auburn I.'
; land County have been compiled
Ralthta, laeordlnir to plat 'h._ IT III, THEREFORE ORDERED thateach
i i 1.1 McKay, secretary of the Miami \ but are withheld until they haveI I of. raeoroad la Plat Book IS at said every the defendants above. Tropical Cafe
( t Uj' Club, and Mrs. McKay; Mrs. been checked with school administration pan 17 M the Publla Records designated and specified aro ham..
I of Dada Cvantir. Florida by required to appear hassle to the "
; 5 il Hodges, and Wm. Parman, father officials for accuracy CHEITNGSl I tier : of complaint Mrele filed, .:, the
\ of Clarence Parman, president of By next week other statisticaldata LOOM M Stearaa. a widow having I hh ay of April 1941. and that this order
Iliad I In this sweet her .worn kill of caw'ka published la The L.oder Eaterpri.eNaneetoad. NOW LOCATEDIN
t. the Homestead club. I covering general tax revenues I plaint In this suit the Nature and purpose Florida a Newspaper p.bli.h.4.
.I lot whirls. la to -../.. the Utlo of the In Dado COUn.... Florida, iWITNUIS ... a week for I
r Homestead Rotes and Rotary to be anticipated expense of administration plaintiff to the land ......1....... daaerlMto tom ....._.t... _.. THE1IORNE
. { Anne present were: Mr. and Mrs and other phases of ho a owed and sufficient absolute faa my hand .. Clark and the
simple tltlo to kava all claims and latar.oata .,.rat of said Court, this led dar of March
-. t Edward Stiling Mr. and Mrs. B. the new county are expected to be of the defendants and each of these In 1 llMI. at Miami la the Counts and ..... I BLDG.
f --M Hindman, Mr. and Mrs. E..B. ready for publication.In and to sold .land paaaad upon and dens I
y ? the meantime will keep an mixed. to moves clouds ups the plaintiff '' "sEALI1: I:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk N. Rooms Ave.
Blackburn. Mr. and Mrs. Parman we
a title to cold land to quirt and con. Court Dado County Florida.'
: Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Webster, I firm the plnlntlffa title tharato and la, Bye L G. Wood.H: D c.Cmust Hnmratead Florida
LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE which kill I of the plaintiff atatoa (COURT SEAL) ,
: Dr. and Mrs.. A. M. Logan, Mr. !that aha kollavoa' them aro pofaona lntaro.1.lad Wiliam. R. Roman.
and Mrs Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and OP APPLICATIONFOR I In the. land bon{. Involvad and harol. solicitor for 1'1.1..11.. .aq.esaemp.mon

Mrs O. B. Parker, Mr. and Mrs TAX DEED I II
I .
Paul Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. I I Not... la harrbp File wives that Bailiwick I I
Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. '. I..... holder aa aaaltnro. of City of Hous.t ..
|sued Tan centr..... Numbered S4M datadtha
Wakefield Mr. and Mrs. Adrian ash day of -..... A. D. 1>27 bras
Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Redd, filed said Certificate la mp office, and has
nag application for tea dead to issue
OPPORTUNITYFOR
/' aDd Miss Teresa Redd, Mr and thereon I la accordance with law 'Bald Csliflmte
Mrs Howard Johnson, Mr. and embraces the following drarrlbtd'property
situated la Dada County, rlurlda,
Mrs. W E. Rhcney, Mr. and Mrs.J. ... .
R. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Max I f.", LM .. a....... Addition, In the
City of Honwaua., County of Dado,
;
Loaner, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. t Bute of Florida. ESTABLISHED''BUSINESSMAN
Frlck Mr and Mrs. Ben Archer, I Ida awaamtnt of aald property under
the Certificate" issued was In the name of
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. J. Bleler Mr. Unkuowu.
and Mrs.; Frank B. Rue, Mr. and I Unlrai said Certificate shell ka redeemed '
'according to law bas dead will issue .h.... IN THIS TOWN
Mrs. John R. Mathers, Mr. and ,Ion oa the lath day of April A. D. 1'4I.
101.... Roy Chandler, W. Y Bush and Dated this 11th day of March, A. D.
1141.
Chss. H. Steffanl.J {. R. R. LEATHFRMAN:
Clark of Circuit Court, TO MAKE
Dada County llorldaCircuit .
For results use Leader- Court Seat.Ny .

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I r information you and. The Oldsmobile the Oldsmobile line without adding appreciably .
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mobile prospect.Just consider the facts. Oldsmobile offers six lines of can-three Sizes j

IIftlSweIIIP nd three Eights-covering every price class but high! The big,luxurious Oldsmobile .\

) Special is priced fust above the lowest-price field-ind offers buyers of low-priced cars

a choice of 100 H.Six-Cylinder Econo-Master engine or 110 H.P.Straight.Eight en-

CHECK' THESE FEATURES gine. The Oldsmobile>yaamic Cruiser Sixes and Eights offer super-streamline styling jf

in the popular-price field And the Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser Sixes and Eights ere the t i1
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HUMIDITY for taCtrata
Togged -WltMMKCsn.Mrt.nirt noble MEASURED M. ,
buyer wants,Oldsmobile has it to sell.Hydrt-Mstic Drive .. / *ttrtttiiift"
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ibe motorcar advancement in All this broad of :
means
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.. March 28,1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Seven ;

I I A. Pollard for several months,will her daughter, Gloria, all of Miami Mr, and Mrs W. J. Ceronimo.'Mr. :
leave Saturday for their home In Beach.
j and Mn. W. W. Severy and i
Bedford Va.
,
In and Around I Mr. and Mn. Fred Dewhunt daughters, Milfred and Warrens, i
: and Mr. and Mn. E. W
I I Mrt. Catherine Plckard was of Miami Springs are announcing Severy of :
'I I |taken to the Kendall hospital the birth of their third ton In the Miami, and their daughter, Joan, :
I Wednesday for treatment Jackson Memorial Hospital Saturday -..enjoyed a trip to Lake Wales Sun- :
Homestead Mrs. Dewhunt la the former day. F
I Mist Virginia"H'. it spendingthe Mitt Lucille Rogers of Homestead. Mr. and Mn. James McVey ot 1

... ----. ,, week in Miami with Mils I Detroit and Vero Beach were week-
!If Adalla.Thomaa> FLORIDA CITY end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred r
Mr. and Mm. J. L. Batchelor of and Mn. Harry Hull of Groton N. Henn.Wm.. :
Y. This week Mitt Adolia Baker of Pontiac Br Mn W. W. Sevrrr .
visiting Mn. Batchelor' they expect Mr.
O. are
Akron III, arrived last week to visit her Geronimo Jr.. who Is employed -
brother-in-law and sister, and Mn. Herbert Haring Mr. and
parents, Mr. and Mn. Chat. flayer, In Miami, tpent the week-
Mrt. Geo. Rounseville
Edward in and
Mr. and Mrt. R. E. Clyde A benefit country fair will be
end
with hit
on Farm Life road. parents here.
Conger, all of Groton, N. Y.
Homestead. given tonight by the W. S. C. S. -
,- of the Florida Mrt C. Dunn
Mrt. J. T. Hendley and Miss City Community and Mn. L. H.
Mr. Herbert S. Wolfe of Gainesville Mr. and Mrt. T. T. Bowen will Susie Battt of Miami visited their Church. The school children will Rothenberg visited friends In MIami -
and IOn Skippy, will arriveTuesday have as week-end guests Mn.Dora' brother-in-law and lister Mr. and present a program at the fair. Monday
to spend five days with Cowart of Graymont, Ga,
Mrt. T. E.
Kirby Tuesday.
and Mn. Arthur Lee Dr. L. H. hat L. C. Aldrich hat been con-
Mr. and Mrt. Geo. M. Frick. Mulling of I Rothenberg returned -
fined to hit home this week with
with her
Pittsburg daughter Mrs. to hit home In Stamford
Blanche W.
Bishop, her
Mr. and Mrt. A. L. Lanier are Sylvia Sue, and her triplet sons, daughter-in-law, Mn. Leo Bishop, Conn., after .spending a week with the flu.
birth of daughter Arthur, Tommy and Jimmy. I Mrs. Rothenberg who hat been
announcing the a Jr. .and Mrs. Mary Baxter, all of George Wright left Wednesdayfor
Sandra Claire, on Mar. 21. In Miami, visited in Homestead Tuesday here for several man th.. hit home In Natural Bridge
the James Archer Smith Hospital.Mrs. Mitt Virginia Edwards of South N. Y.
Lanier and the baby will be Point, O. who It upending the season I Mrt Fred Barker and Mn. Ru-
returned to their home today. I In Miami visited from MondayUll Mist Jamie Richards has been illat dolph Mattson went to Key West Mr. and Mn. Avery Cum and
----J Thursday at the home of Mr. the home. of her parent, the I Ito spend the week-end with Mr. baby moved recently to the Robert
and Mrs. M. F. White. Barker and Mr. Mattson. Mrs. Ellis house.
Mr. and Mrt. H. E. Schatf have, Rev. and Mn. J. J. Richards, for
at guests for several weeks, Mn.I the past week. Charles Clinton accompanied them
Schafft brother and litter. Mitt Mn. Jack folk her son, Jackie, I at far a* Marathon. Rudolph Mattson of Key West J
Elizabeth Hughes and Edward and baby daughter, Margaret Ann, Mr. and Mrt. Robert Wrenn of spent Tuesday at hit home here.
Hughes, both of Louisville, Ky spent the week-end In Hollywoodwith I Ronake, 111., were guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrt. Melville Kennedy
I Mrt. V. A. McCray. When and Mrs. W. K. Haas Friday. ,lot Detroit and their son, Melville, J. H. Brooker It spending two
Mr. and Mrt. P. L. Baker who they returned to Homestead Mrs. i are expected this week for a visit weeks in Sonora, Ga.. attendingto
have been spending the winter McCray came with them and remained Mn. Sarah Pollard Of Hialeah j with Mr. and Mn. Fred Henn. business interests.Mr. .
will leave Saturday for Col- until Wednesday. I -
here underwent an operation in the and Mn. Angelo Ferlito and
Tenn. I Mr. and Mrt. Wm. Jackson of
umbia, James Archer Smith Hospital
I ton, Chick, left Tuesday for Ches.ter
j Saturday. I Little River were guests of M fl. .
Mr. and Mrt. Ernest Campbell N. Y. aMrs.
Mn. Nellie B. Bridget who hat 'E. J. Rhodes Monday
are announcing the birth of a six-
been visiting her son-in-law and I pound, seven-ounce ton, JamesClarke Mn. A. S. Moye; and daughters,!I Selma Mattson of Cape
daughter, Mr. and Mrt. E. L. in the James Archer Smith Misses Antlonette, Helen and Sue, Mr. and Mn. John; Banano left Sable and Norma Becker spent
Lawrence, left last night for her hospital Saturday. Mn. Camp- visited Mr. and Mrt. H. D. Wednesday for Chester, N. Y Saturday visiting relatives here.
home in Blakely, Ga. I bell It the former Mist Elmeda I pedge and Mrs. Mary COP-j'
I Roberts.Mr. Miami Sunday
Miss Velma Hedgepeth who hat' I Waldo Rothenberg, C. Stroud
spent several months in Home- I land Norman Lykei, all students
stead moved to Miami Beach last and Mrs. J. W. Gillespie and Mr. and Mn. Curtis E. Lee entertained -,,,at Yale College,New Haven Conn.,
week. daughter Miss Geraldine, who on Sunday Mr, and Mn. i left Wednesday morning after SEARSAnnual
1 have been visiting their son-in- Glenn C. Mincer and their son, Upending I their spring vacation
Mn. Chat. W. Camp and Mrt. law and daughter, Mr.'and Mrt. J. Lane, and Mrs. M. L. Myers and I visiting Mrs. L. H. Rothenberg,andALL I
W. D. Friend spent Tuesday in
Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood.Mr. .

and Mn. A. R. Caves had
at week-end BuettT' Mrs. Ann
Brown of Boston,* and Mrt. Spring
Dorothy Phillips of Toronto at N
well at their tons-ln-law and
daughters, Mr. and Mrt. Rudolph J
Gossman of Miami and Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Bow of Miami.
Clearance

Mn. E. P. Wilson of Hollywood
.it visiting her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrt. A, J. Campbell -
for several dayt.
SaleA
Mr. and Mrt. Sam J. Davis, Mrs. .x
Gusiie Joiner, Mrt. Geo. W. Turner -
Jr. MM. J. W. English, Mrs
R. W Mulllnt and Miss Esther]
Livingston will leave Tuesday to
attend the meeting of the grand storewide sprint
chapter of the Order of the Eastern I
Star in Tampa next week. I t annual event with

Fred Gamer of Melbourne it hundred: of marked
laying In Homestead for severalweeks
to be near his mother, Mn. down items throughout -
Herman Schlegel who It seriously
111 In the James Archer Smith I I the entire store.


Hospital.Mr. and Mrt.-A. J. Van Marter_ I I OF THEM "POWER LEADjEgS!* An event designedfor

entertained last week Mr. and I Florida people
,
.rsi Fred Whitman of Moravia,I IN IHEHt FIELW
N. Mr. and Mn. Luther Stokerof featuring Florida
Scipio Center, N. Y, and Mr.I'
needs.
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Starting: NOW continuing -
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EXPERT through next
the entire lowest-price field. . .
week.
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I I . . Social Euents in South Dade . . I.





[' HENRY R. PRIDGEN AND HIS BRIDE COME HOLT-COX ANNOUNCED MARRIAGEIS HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. VOTES APPROVALOF

TO SOUTH FLORIDA ON HONEYMOON TRIP Announcement Is being made BILL TO CHANGE ANTIQUATED LAWS

-- I this week of the marriage of Miss
1
I Henry Ruffin Prldgen of Jacksonville given In marriage by her father, Mildred Cox: to Harry H. Holt'on After a stirring address by I Spear and John Stefanko of Mi-

.. I and Ida bride of a few will have a* her attendant Mn. Oct. 28 in Fort Lauderdale. Mary Esarey, West Palm Beach ami.
day, the former Mia Florence Shirley Edward, matron of honor. Mn. Holt 1* a daubter'ot i The club now has a paid-up
attorney, ,Monday night on the
.. May Firth, ere pending a part of The bridesmaids win be Misses Charles Cox of Redland. She was membership of 23, Mrs. Ben Archer -
.their honeymoon in Miami, Home. Cody Partridge and Mary Rown graduated from Redland High state bar association's proposed bill I president, announced.The .

stead and the Florida Ktyi. and Mr*. Haul Warren. Little School in 1S38 and attended the to give idequate property rights to other members present

The bridegroom who Ii the ton Gladys Firth and Virginia Firth,! University of Miami and Miami married women, the Homestead were: Mn. Roy Chandler, chair-
;. of the late Mr. and Mri. Henry listen of the bride, will act a* Art School Business and Professional Wom-I man of the dinner committee Mn.
\ Prldgen and a nephew of Mr*. R. Junior bridesmaids."The Mr. Holt ha made his home en' Club voted unanimously In Charles ClInton Mn. J. E. Gauz-;
E. Edward of Homestead wa bridegroom-elect will be with his auht, Mn. Charles C. favor of Joining with the bar association ens, Mrs. I. P. McLean, Mn,

j born In Homestead but wa educated attended by Clayton Lehman of I Lloyd for the past seven year in sponsoring the bill James Nesbltt, Mrs. Green Rives,
in the Miami schools: and the Homestead a* beat man, and by' He wa graduated from Redland The bar association is now backing Mr*. B. A. Waldin and Miss Ann
Hlldreath Taylor, cousin of the High School in 1938 and since that the legislative program on Lee.
, I : University of Miami and the Unlerslty -
d' bridegroom from Atlanta, Clarence time hat been engaged in farming. which the Florida Federation of
: of Florida. On March 14,
1 I lie received a commission a* en- Smith, Arthur Owen and Thomas Mr. and Mr*. Holt are making Business and Professional Wom- ART CLUB TO MEET
f Griffin a* when.'Honoring their home in the Cash apartments en' Club has been working for AT SKILL HOME
in the naval from
sign reserve
'; Northwestern University In Chi- "' the attendant in the I In Princeton. four yean, laid Mist Etarcy who The Homestead Art Club will
iI : t eago. wedding party Henry R. Pridgen,' has taken an active part in the meet this afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat
, : .' Jr.. entertained with a dinner In DEMONSTRATION CLUBS state federation's legislative program the home of Mn. Frank Skill.
; The bride Ii a daughter of Mr.I the rainbow room of the George WILL EXHIBIT TODAY and now serves on the nat Mn. Russell Horne and Mrs.
\ ; ( and Mr*. B. E. Firth of Jacksonville Washington hotel Saturday night' The Homestead Home Demon- ional federation's legislative com Skill will be the hostesses.

\ and she was graduated from following the wedding rehearsal stration Club will hold its annual mittee. The'club's painting group will
I : high school there. "The long table wa centered exhibit and pot-luck luncheon today -I Miss Esarey was Introduced by meet a* usual at the Chamber of
l They will live In Jacksonville with flower and place cards of In the Future Farmer Club- Mrs. J. F. Hammett, chairman of Commerce building Monday afternoon -

!., t r f where Mr. Pridgen 1* employed.Mr. bridal design were used. house. The meeting will begin at the local club'l legislation com- at 2 o'clock but will probably
'" and Mr*. Edward and Mr*. "Mis Firth presented each of 9 30 o'clock. mittee. leave to paint landscape
Edwards' brother-in-law I and sli- her attendants with an individually -i The Redland club' exhibit will The program meeting of the The flnt lesson in water colon
'''t. : ter, Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Batchelorof monogrammed demi taise spoonof i l>e held this afternoon at 1:30 o'- club followed a pot-luck din- will be given at this time by John
t 4 Akron, O, attended the weddingand her chosen pattern of silver, clock in the Redland Community ner given 'In the Chamber of Stefanko, WPA art Instructor from
: the wedding reception which which were fashioned Into scarf: Church. Commerce building in honor of Miami.

took place Monday evening at 8 pins, and presented her bride- ... eight new members, Mn. E. A. Anyone Interested In painting
.
o'clock. I room-elect with a tiger cameo -"- Froscher, Mn. Frank Morris, Mn. In oils or water colon Is Invitedto

Following 1 la an extract from the ring. Mr. Prldgen presented each I The Calendar A. R. Livingston, Mn. Eva Collins come to( the class.

C' society column of the Jacksonville of his usher with a silver mono- Mn. Sylvia Atkins, Mn. Herbert ,

i Times-Union of that day: crammed pocket knife, and pre II I Katz, Mn. Cha*. W, Camp. MRS. E. E. CROWSON HOSTESSTO
"The wedding of Miss Florence sented his bride-elect with a Mar. 28 and Mn. J. E. Davis. GROUP FROM MIAMI
-Meeting of HomesteadArt
May Firth to Henry R. Prldgen, wrist watch. I Club at home of Mn. Frank Mr*. Julius Thomas of Lake Mn. E. E. Crowson was hostess
Jr., will be solemnized In the Present with Mr. Pridgen and I Worth, district president, an- at a dinner meeting of the past

Riverside Presbyterian Church, Miss Firth were: Mr. and Mn. I Skill.Mar.. 28-Annual exhibit of nounced that a district meeting presidents of Miami Review at her
with the Rev. Albert Kipling officiating Richard E. Warren, Mr. and Mn.:I Homestead Home Demonstration will be held In Lake Worth on home in Florida City yesterday
at t p. m. today. 'Ben Edwards Misses Mary Club In Future Farmer Clubhouse Apr 27 and that the state convention when the birthday of Mn. Clar-
] "George Wainwright tenor, will Dody Partridge, Jane Reep, 11011'11,1[at 1:30: o'clock. will be held In West Palm ence Howe, a cousin of the hostess -

be soloist, accompanied by JamesR. (Hone, Dora Child en, Ruby T.!I Mar 28-Annual exhibit of Beach May IS to 11. 1 as well as a past president,
Black, organist, who.also will Pincher, and Richard Elder, Redland Home Demonstration ClubIn Other guests of the club were: was celebrated.
4 play a program pf nupUal (election George Wheeler, Clayton Lehman,+ Re lard Community Church at Dr. Adele Hampton et Miami Present besides the hostess and
and the traditional wedding Clarence Smith, Thomas Griffin,I. 1:30 6'clock. I President Cella Smith and Vice- honor guest were Mn. Cora
t { marches. Arthur Owen, Hillary Taylor and Apr. Annual meeting of I president Martha Kennedy of Green. Mn. Sarah Storer, Mn.
P : "The bride-elect, who will be Mr. and Mn. Bernard E. Firth. Homestead B. P. W. C. |'Coral Gable, Mn. Lawrence Becker Lula Riles, Mn. Harriet Tallman,
I Apr. :S-Meeting of University! Mn. Henry Ruegg, Mn. Mary Mrs. Louise Claggett, Mn. Marion
r 1 FRIENDS GIVE BIRTHDAY Club at home of Mn. W. B. Mills Ellen Clark of Nashville Miss Hancock, Mn. E. M. Carter, Mn.
SURPRISE I at 8 o'clock. Grace Butterfield, Mn. H. K. Lottie Berryman Mn. Mary

I i > 11 f FOR MRS. SHIELDS AND MRS. MILLER Apr. Meeting of Homestead Foulk Mn. A. A. Payne, Mrs. Daniel, Mr. Gene Holland and

t I { I, P.-T A. executive committee. Maud E. Chandler, Mrs. R. F. 'Mri. Gladys Stephen of Lexington -

r: Mn. Albert Hinman and Mrs. Palm avenue In Florida City. I Apr. 2-Legion Auxiliary elec- Blackford the Rev. Robert H. Ky.

John Rohrer gave a surprise birthday I I Mn. R. W. Mullin and Mn. W. tion meeting at 8 p. m.
\ 1 party Monday afternoon for W Severy won prizes in a aueaalnlLater Apr Meeting of W. M. U.

r Mn. S. S. Shield and Mn. J. W. ,game. there wu an Easter circles.
: .. Miller at the Shield residence one egg hunt on the lawn. Apr. Meeting of the Episcopal:
t Birthday cake and Ice cream I Auxiliary In church at 3 o'clock. ,
I Apr. 7-Meeting of Garden Club
served.
ARCHIE BRANNEN WEDS were
,. MISS ESSIE TAYLOR i The guest Included: Mr*. Henry I at Derbyshire home in Florida

t I Archie Brannen of Homestead Baum Mn. E. J. Reid, Mn. Ralph I, City I
Apr. Meeting of Junior Woman' -
Desmond. MrH.. J. Brockett, I
t : and Mill Essie Taylor of Chicago -
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{ ( t were married Monday afternoon Mrs. J. H. Simmons, Mr*. W. E.Rowell. Club tn clubhouse.Apr.
DIXIE DRUG
Meeting of Bow Book
at 8:30 o'clock in the pas- I Mn. W. F. A. Robertson, I Club.
Mr*. Catherine Potter, Mr W, W.
I torlum of the First Baptist Churchof *
Apr. Meeting of Redland W. JACK: POLK HOWARD JOHNSONHomestead
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Homestead. by"', J. E. John- Severy, Mn. Fred Henn Mn R. ,
S. C. S. at home of Mn. ThomasBrewer.
Fla. Phones ZI aad till
stone J. Shepherd, Mn. J. M. Dobbin,
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t t ti bride ensemble Mrs. David Snow, Mn. John
; The wore a pink I
t Apr. 11-Meeting of Princeton This Is your chine to live. And on the finest quality merchandise. *
: t with matching accessories and acorsage Zeller, Mrs. E. J. Rhodes, Mn. R.
., Home Demonstration Club at home
of roses.The V. Mullin Mn. Lucy Hole, Mn. W* must make room for summer merchandise so you get
Roy Chandler and children. Genevieve of Mia Jean Coldren at 2 o'clock. the laving This I I. a consumer sale-absolutely no sale Udealen.
: bride has lived In Homeitea'd -
Apr. It-Legion Auxiliary rummage Be here early.
., and Jimmy, Mn. Margaret
for the past six month but tale In Loaner building
the 1* a native of Chicago and wa Kennedy, Mn. O. donlnger, Mrs
Apr. IS Election of officers of
graduated from high school: there. H. Cuchiella and 14... Charles I Woman' Club of the Redlanda. A awa+=-11A" "./&
,,Clinton and children. Diana,
Mr. Brannen Is a son of Mr. and Apr. 1C-Meeting of Homestead
f :Archie and Dickie.
Mn. A. L. Brannen of Redland.
P.-T. AI .
Y Although born In Georgia he has I Gift were received from: Mn. QUILT Rtt-SEiraR DOES THE TRICKFor

'( apent most of his life In the Red- 1 B. H. Edwards, Mr. Blanch!I quick relief from muscular 26

1 land District He attended the ,Chapman, Mrs. V. D. Well of I aihes and pains,sluggish headache TABLETS 1
Redland schools and I II now em. Redland, Mn. Bruce Thompsoa I II i! due to colds-over exercise or u,1111 11
y I ployed In the Dixie Highway Fish 1 Mn. Edward Stiling. Mn. Paul ri crvous train get quickactingRtxSeltier. ?
market I I I Haley, Mrs Fannie Bush. Mr Feel -IK a* a Addle I
quickly. Also recommended
They are living In one of the Lloyd Della, Mrs. W. E. Myen and alkaliiiiff analgesic for many a*sin an

West apartments.MRS. Mrs. Bertha Arbogsst ; Uar conditions a 3.-a nonet
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JULIAN H. WEBSTERRNTEZTAE'I : /
r Mec anicl type lixttivtPurctest
( CLASS A1n it iI.
t Mr*. Julian H. Webster enter- MINERAL
tamed the Go-Forward Sunday ,." ASPIRIN QWc ICUac
1 ; and always UM OH I
school clans of the Homestead I same >rndaMeaction. Try this i on.
Methodist Church at a wiener road GLASSU' For 4ia- habitformingrelief
I Monday evading at her home. i Dep.ksstlnpM sod ", essmfortaadscys for constipation.

After upper the group played : booSj method '. Cool, I of colds. fEtonomfeal.Tasteless odorless*
table tennis and checker I soma
tate.fortabia/ C i
49 OMMImJt run PINT
Preterit were: Miss Iris Cap-
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Sir '
A&14stye
linger, Miss Louise During Miss ; : I A "owe* .

Lillian Booth. Jolla Edwina Close ,
Mia Mary Pierce Mia Nells d1tvcnniqub
.der.esw" i/J
Souls, Misses Mildred and Margaret eaje,:::' n.. Is/.. '
Field. Louis Eake Hugh ........ In t- mr*. At M-4 ICE.CREAM VC H R R SOT E

Bowen and D. L and Harry Bow. f e0armae.nrPw.ee..e Pleasant
take
1 en. Dr. B. F. Stebbins : War" MADE FRESH palatable t*cough

ALICE'S BeAUTY syrup that will fiver
The annual meeting of the Dr. .L. W. Stebbins EVERY DAY li-f for stubborn
Homestead B. P. W. C. will be PARLOR'lill conk due to colds
uu W. Flags St. Miami ; IN OUR STORE
-t0M7 Am*
field la the Chamber of Commerce I OZ. SIZE
rtwoe 1-M1J .... Mrn-4. o..woe..w fr..r
I building next Tuesday eve- Plsewe M -" 75' 'teal
t I '1 JI1o Apr. 1, at I o'clock.




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;t :T. E. L. CLASS GIVES FAREWELL PARTYIN I I'vice-president; June Vann," ecre: :
tary; Madine Gilmer. quit leader;
HONOR OF FOUR SEASONAL MEMBERS and Latrell Water and Howard

Social EventsMRS. ,Kirby group captains
A farewell party for members of Are Bu y", by Mrs. S. H. Fitch; l The young folk met at the
the T. E. L. Class of the First!["Sermons We All Like", by Mrs. I church and were taken to the
.Baptist Church who spend their''J. L. Callahan; and "Friendship"'Scott home In a truck. The bust-
winters In Homestead was given by Mrs. Annie R. Butler. Mrs. ness meeting wa held after the
j j Wednesday afternoon at the home Julia Polk and Mrs. Kimball each supper Outdoor games werej
GATLIN PRESENTS REJUVENATION jot Mrs. Quinnie Sherard by the told a story.Present I j I played.
FOR WOMAN'S class. The honor guests were, besides those mentioned i Union member present were
PROGRAM CLUB MEMBERS I 1
Mrs. Hollister Sage of Waterbury were: Mrs. W. D. Home Mrs Ora'Ann Shackleford, Virginia and
Conn. Mrs. A. J. Van 'Marter of! Frazeur, Mrs. J. H. Newton. Mrs.I I Katherine Kelly, Theda Proctor.
Mrs. B. E. Gatlin presented a I Mrs. Arthur Gude, Mrs. Herman Ithaca N. Y.. Mrs. Nellie B. J. R. Chambliss, Mrs. C. C. Myers,I I I Ruth and Betty Byrum, Jewel
rejuvenation program entitled "It Marks and Mrs. B. M. Hindman. Bridges of Blakely, Ga.. and Mrs.!Mr*. E. F. Beck. Mrs.W. D. Coker,I I I Hodge, Marie and Mym Bell, Ma.
Can Be Done" at 'the guest day Present besides those mentionedwere E. R. KimbalL Mrs. Jennie Smith, Mra. E. L. Law dine Gilmer. LatrtU Waters, June
program of the Woman'i Club of I : Mrs. Win. J. Ruckle, Mrs., In a short program the followIng rence. Mr*. J. H. Scott Mrs. M. M. 'Vann, Dora Scott, Sonny Peter,
Homestead In the clubhouse Tuesday A. W. Jones, Mrs. Shore, Mrs. W. readings were given: "If You Bigger, Mrs. O. L. Strickland, Harry Curl, Joe, Homer and Albert .
afternoon. R. Anderson Mrs. Smith Dr. Irene Mrs. D. W. SheUUne Mrs. T. C. Byrum, Hubert Smith, War-
It consisted of: a talk on proper Shanklin, Mrs. E E. Crow-son, Mrs. MRS. BAER GIVES Seifert Mrs. Behrens and Miss ren Morris, Arthur Hall, Alfred
food habit by Miss Alta Vann, H. B. Beattie, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson DINNER PARTY Elsie!: Hanson. Blunders, Howard Kirby, WUbur
dietitian; a demonstration of exercises Mrs. I. P. McLean, Mrs. Ansel Caves and John Little.
and a dance number by agroup Barrow and Mrs. Herbert Katz Mrs. Anna Baer of Florida City
entertained at a dinner Friday In ,OFFICERS ELECTED
of high school girls led by
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---- honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fra- BY I,. T. V. GROUPS
Miss Josephine Cook, physical talk ,MUSICAL PROGRAM GIVEN: lier of Middleton, Conn., who left Semi-annual election of officers WIKi.t.'
teacher and
education ; a on
AT BAPTIST DINNER PARTY Sunday after a ten-day visit here. ;of the Intermediate Baptist
grooming and a demonstration -
food and hairdressing I A musical program was presented The other guests were: Mrs ,Training Union of the First
of correct make-up at a supper meeting of the Harold Lowenthal and son, Buddy, :tist Church of Homestead Bap.1 I
by Mrs. R. E. Sherard,
]officers and teachers of the First held at
Mrs. John Heuer and son of Coco- a wiener roast given i
of Allce'i Beauty Par-
proprietor i Baptist Church of Homestead Monday nut Grove and Mrs. Orin Smith of home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
lor. Mrs. Gatlin served as the I NEWT. G. BALLNOTARY
night in the church. Homestead. Scott Tuesday evening by the sponsors
subject In Mrs. Sherard's demonstration | Mrs. Dexter Home and A. E.j of the group, Mr. and Mrs.
Madine Gilmer playedthe |Campbell sang a duet. Virginia Scott, Mrs. Frank Irwin, Mrs. C.
for Mra.Cook' EPWORTII LEAGVE PUBLIC
accompaniment HASHAMBURGER
piano Walker played an accordion solo I E. Saunders Mrs. J. R. Byrum and
demonstration. : : FRY
I with accompaniment on guitars i I T. C. Shackleford.
The president, Mrs. H. K. Foulk, ''by Richard and Wilbur Caves. Members of the Epworth Leagueof Officer elected by the A group
appointed Mrs. R. O Shore Mrs. I Mri. S. L. West gave several readIngs -;I the Homestead Methodist of the union are: John Little president Fire Insurance and
Jan McCready, Mrs. Orin E. Smith Church enjoyed a hamburger fry ; Jewel Hodge, vice-president;
j jI
and Mrs. J. R. Brooks to serve as I Present at the meeting were:I{Tuesday evening In the Sunday Dora Scott, secretary; and Lynn Kindred Line
the club's committee for the Joint ,Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Smith, Mr. iichool building Willard Norman Irwin and Wilbur Caves group
Installation dinner meeting which{land Mrs. J. R. Byrum, Mr. and,i had charge of the arrangements. captains.
the senior and junior clubs will Nft. J. Lawrence Scott, Mrs. W I! After supper games were play-I Officers In the B group are; SI N. Krome Ave.Walker's .
hold on Apr. 14. '{'I ID. Horne, Mrs. Floy Watson. Mr*.|(d. Marie Bell, president: Myra Bell,
The club voted to send a resolution -I Homer Davis, Mrs. T. E. Kirby'' Those attending were: Mrs. Ivan
to the state federation approving :Mrs. J. R. Dorsey, Mrs. Dexter Moser, Misses Antlonette, Helen I
the bill relating to the|Home, Mrs. West, Mrs. Wayne;'and Sue Moye, Misses Helen, Mil- ,
rights of married women which i I Adams, Misses Alta and Ellen I dred and Margaret Field, Mill i
the state bar association plans to ,Vann, D. R. Snyder, T. C. Shack- I Effie Booth, Miss Nella Sauls. ;, Austex Chili Con Carne
present to the legislature. this leford, Dr. J. E. Johnstone J. M.j Miss Iris Caplinger, George Estel, Walker's Austex TamalesWalker's
spring Holding, Myron Grennell, Mr. Sparkman Holding, Donald Cross
Announcement was made that t Campbell, Barbara Jean Smith, and Willard Norman. Austex Beans with Chili Gravy

Mrs. Foulk, Mrs. McCready and Betty Ruth, Homer, Joe and Albert . I These dcllcUn
feeds fee ale by
Byrum, Jimmy Watson, Virginia
Mrs. J. F. Hammett would attend Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Meybem. ,
the state federation meeting In Walker and Wilbur and Mrs. Gussle Joiner, Mrs. Geo. W.I ALL GOOD GROCERS
Miami on Thursday as delegates, Richard Caves. I(Turner, Jr. Mrs. Sam J. Davis and'
and that Mrs. Shore and Mrs. Misses Esther and Helen Livingston WALKER'S AUSTEX CHILI CO.
Catlin would be alternates. The Woman's Auxiliary of St.(, attended a meeting of the: AMtla, Text
An Ice course was served by the John's Episcopal Church will meet'Coral Gables chapter of the O. E. S.
hostesses, Miss Pearl Whitaker, Apr. 4 at 3 o'clock In the church. Friday night.

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Today mother smiles because she has a modern kitchen with a ROPER


'. '. GAS RANGE. Grandpa smiles, too, because he can now listen to the radio Instead -

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of having to swing the ax to chop the wood to make the chips, etc.


\c', For five years (1936-1941) many a husband, dad or grandpa has en-

joyed life more because of the prompt, courteous and efficient service which


t '" has won scores upon scores of satisfied customers through the use of our


beautiful, modern, stream-lined ROPER GAS RANGES installed with


NATUROL BOTTLED GAS.


Gas ranges priced to meet all-sized houses and pocketbooks. I






VIRGIL D. LYON I




HOMESTEAD'S ONLY BOTTLED GAS DEALER SERVICING GAS EXCLUSIVELY I

32 N. Krome Ave. 'Phone 509-J 3


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Pave Ten THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-EKTERPRISE F Wsd 1larclt.S: 1941

s x> s Home EC Girls Take "Playmates". A. W. Hunt, another ] perform at the park.' The senior
-- I elementary pupil, sang "I high school band is to be led In
i Part in Fashion Walk Love You Truly", Our coach, an overture "Determination by
I II' I
Redland Rattier Thursday nJlhM.rch 27, all, Mr. Snyder, gave a short talk on Henry Fillmore who wrote that
I the home economics students In: baseball which was followed by a number.
I'
fashion few comments from Mr. Wagner Mayor Alexander Orr of'Miami
DORA SCOTT and 1LA JEAN HWIX. Editor Dade County presented a
i walk In Bayfront Park. Redland on the same subject We all enjoyed Is to lead in the march called
-. girls went to Miami several times!, several selections played by "Marvel", The Junior high school
'
during this past week to practice]I I the Homestead Swing Band. After band's overture Is to be "Gypsy
Psychology Class Finds Checking and went In school buses Thursday !' this Mr. and Mrs. Cray led us Festival."
i night. Six of the band students 'r In singing a few familiar songs.I Ii I II All of the girl's choruses in the
j Of Character Traits to Be Helpful went with them to act as ushers I'i We were glad to have the Home-I county are to combine to sing
} at the park.Homestead. I rtead Swing Band remain with us several number which Include
-- .. after assembly and practice with Leading Down to theRiver"
-- ------ i I "The Path
Miss Davis who teaches social read more books, Increase scope Swing: Band i our regular band. "Ora Pro Nobls", and
+ : I studies tit our school recently prepared of Interests, improve Crammer, I,' "Lift Thine Eyes", the chorus
a check lilt for Improving control temper, control moods, Visits Redland SchoolMiss Redland; Joins in Great from oratorio "Elijah" The boys
: one's personality. She gave these quit worrying and be more ob Sullivan's tenth grade girls 'I Music Festival TonightThe choruses of the county are also to
.. ( lists to her psychology class and servant. There were many other gave the assembly program last i sing several selections. The mixed -
; they were so successful that she traits checked by a few of the Friday. Bertha Rossborough led' music departments of the glee clubs are to sing "Av
gave them to some of the history students which are too numerousto Verum Corpus" and "Cherubim
J \ the devotionals and announced theprogram. i Dade County schools are to put
.. student list here. The students who Rosa Everidge gave ij i I on a grand program at Bayfront Song No. 7."
I These lists consisted of sixty- checked these lists are earnestly reading and Lydia Borgardt played 'Park tonight The best players This is expected to be one of
{ five character traits and the students I trying to Improve their personalities a few selections on the accord,I[from school bands In the Junior I the greatest musical programs the
: checked those traits which : and we have all benefited Ion. Dorothea Turner, I first.I and senior high schools of the schools of this county have ever
they felt they needed to Improve from the test. grader, tap-danced to the song county are to form two bands to piesented.
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,' and also wrote down the difficulty I ---- ------ -- -- --
1 they would have to overcome and]I v'I;
) their plan for Improvement

,. The traits were grouped under
; .; the following topics: appearance

.,. ).; ''i r expression adaptation.control, Interests Intelligence, and emotional social These Used. Car Bargains


j In looking over the lists that
i were handed in, we found that out
of thirty-five senior high school
',( \ students thirty thought their pos Mean
ture needed Improving The difficulties .
\ i. the itudenta said they
t ; would have to overcome to do this
were laziness, slumping ,thoughtlessness
'. t and leaning Suggested
plans for Improvement were: sit
and stand properly, keep your MONEY THE BANK 1! '
posture in mind and ask friends
to remind you of It. \I i
Twenty-four out of the thirty-
$ five students thought they shouldincrease :I
11 f their vocabulary. The
'
; ;. difficulties in doing this are that : GUARANTEED TO BE
i student do not use enough wordsand .

they fail to look up unfamiliar PRICED BELOW THE MARKET .
/ words. To Increase vocabularies
[ 1. ,' they suggested looking up and .
: I using, more words. Other traits I
checked moat of the
that were by

{! :' /group NNNIININNWINNNNIINNNNNNMMINNIINNNIIILEILAND were; Improve memory",! .""BANK ON BUICK", AND SAVE !


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: Members of the Redland 4-H! -
Club were urged to compete In I 1910 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR TOURING 1936 PONTIAC SIX 4-DOOR SE

I one of the three patriotic contest SEDAN-light grey original . DAN-New black paint; 'good
II
t Margaret sponsored Delaney by the ,D.assistant A. R. by county Mini 1 paint; radio; seat covers; II tires; mechanically good. A I'I'I

+ \ home demonstration agent, at I while side tires. A very new good looking car and priced to
; meting Tuesday at the school I' looking car priced to sell. sell.
r ; All members will participate In
one contest which is writing the .
j I first recond and fourth verses of I
"The Star Spangled Banner" from
y. The contests are MERCURY: 6-PASSENGER
memory. .other :
1937 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SE-
to be written on the ItateI'
t essays COUPE Original
i maroon
I DAN-Black paint tires fair.
flag and patriotism. ;
The club discussed plans for paint; seat covers; radio, while Priced considerably below
{:. j : presenting a program In assembly I side tires. This car in excellent ket. mar.
in the near future. condition and very low mileage.
Alice Wysong, the president!, -
f presided at the meeting I



1910 BUICK SEDAN Blue and
1941 MODEL A FORD 2-DOOR
grey, two-tone paint; radio;
DAN-Good tires SE.I
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I GOOD good tires; a guaranteed car. ly good. This is a good
HEALTH Save on this one.
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1936 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR

j DAN-This car in'good Several Model A Fords priced from
: SE.I
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ical condition, tires are $35.00 to $50.00.
LET HEALTH AIlISEt and It's priced to sell.
t: Investigate what Chiropractic Is
doing in raising many from the
I despair of 111 health. With.spring !
!iIt and summer before )'oll-wlth

,: Easter and IU wonderful promises

: tore matters at hand with yourself it la time, and to go then o togo 'i I YOU CAN BANK ON A BUICK DEALER I

them with' your Chiropractor
over ( .
He can do nothing until I .
you dot

':31 to IS HOURS: I U 4:31; I to ITnetdartl PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
1:11 to It: t to .:st

8na4ajn by Appointment BUICK AND PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE

Dr. R. J. Elliott i SO.,KROME AVE. PHONE 18 HOMESTEAD, FLA.

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L idav. March 28,1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Eleven

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Exciting: Short Story j!again. He rushed and threw his "Do you tie knoLl?" .

t.10 Mf ee was a look of deter- arms about her neck, half-dragg "Why jo" Hid the parson. l

1' nation; hit breath WM coming ing, half-carrying her to the par-';I "Then tie a good hard one on CLASSIFIED ADS

fatpi; the hid eluded him, but Km'f. He kicked vigorously upon'this heifer caU of yours; the's durn I

u pow his hour had come and hisPurpose the door and when the parson nigh ruined my .ardenl"-The RATE: First Insertion 10* a line; subsequent

was not to be thwarted I came demanded: Progressive Farmer. M a line J



I FOR EXCHANGEFOR RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for

! I Ii tale cheap. Mn. H. H. Ewing

EXCHANGE-Will exchange IS N. E. lib it. Homestead

t 1 I II i, glrl't bicycle for rnan't bicycle. (tlBtf)._
I Bauer drive and Country Club

road. Rt. 1. Box: S7.. Mn. Jai. FOR SALE Tropical plant. ciU

I H. Brewerton. (pf2 -m28)) rut tree ana tropical fruit la

\ season Jungle Grove Redlan4

Use FOR RENTFOR road and Plummet drive


RENT-Excellent opportunity -L S--

I for yearly tenant only. Fur- ,
Dished apartment living room LOANS TO BUILD, MODERNIZE,

with day bed fireplace bathroom REPAIR Residential Grove

large bedroom with roomy: I and Business Property

RedlandBrandFertilizer closet, dinette, electric kitchen From $30 to 55.000-from. t mo. to

I All provided but linen. 5 yean.

Eva Colllnt, Federal : No Down Payment-No Red Tape

and Biscayne drive Mh.1; SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
miles above Homestead. $200 for 36 mo.-Repiy $U9 mo.

,- $500 for 38 mo.-Repay $11.0? mo.

FOR SALE $1,500 for 60 mo.-Repay $3250


FLORIDA CITY Bargain-3-roorr 1 mo.Ask for FREE Estimate

bungalow with acreened-lr Without Obligation
porch on desirable lot 50x190 ft LOANS can be secured to Modern

\ with ample room for anothei i lie and Repair LEASED ORMORTGAGED

cottage. Recently painted faclni 1 Property
On Your Groves Key Welt road. Would Include We also have F.H.A. LOANS for

in deal for quick tale for coal) I II I New Homes, payable monthly

i I back of Florida City lot, 5 acreiof over 20-25 yean.

. I pine land just welt of clty.1 I'Let ut supply your BUILDING

For quick sale $700. See Wm NEEDS. Prompt Service.

I J. Geronimo Legion bldg.. '
BROOKEK LUMBER CO.
I

For Results :i.Homestead or in Florida(m2Balll110ACRE City. I'I'i. ':I Phone 62 Homestead. Fit.

'
I TRACT within 2 mile WANTED

of town; hat over 300 GOOD
I grapefruit trees. No building. WANTED buy a used Noon

I I Ilia. been held at $2,000 now offered sign; any kind; must be cheapfor

at $1,500 and I can tell cash tttte particulars and

for less. Make me an offer 'I price. Write to Joseph A. Fegan,

You'll not find more for your Route 1, Homestead Fla.
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Fertilizer Co. I
Florida East Coast 1 money. Phone 72. H,, A. Carrier- \ WANTED-Someone to repair

on, Homestead. (f7-tf) Mn
B.RUE.W6R. ; tmokey chimney at once
FRANK
NOTICE: or BALE Ml'KPHY ACT : Eva Collins, Biscayne drive and
LAUD,. BADE: lt>l'NT. PlnRlutM Federal at Modello
highway
BRAND FERTILIZER i OWNER 711 MARTS II. till:
REDLAND
MFRS. NOTICE la HERESY "1\ ...... that pug (m28-tf)
sent to toctlon I of Chapter tints Law "
HOMESTEAD, FLA.DOES j of Florida A.... of IM7 known at .... TUTORING WANTED" nigi
MURPHY ACT the following dncrllm
land In Dado County Florida all be of. school and grade school subject.
. f..... for ..I. at public outcry for thhlrhttt i Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B,
and best took bid tuhiort to tin
I right of tht Truiltoa of Ih. Internal Improvtm.nl ; Plummer drive and Country
; Fund to rJort my and all bid. ,
II .t tad c..uu......., beginning at lotvo .'. Club road.
lock. on the SAM day of April. 141. Lawmtnt : -
I for road right of ally too feet war. CLEAN.. RAGS WANTED -. WIL
will h. Mtrrwd from panvl throusor1e.el'Ipt4re
any
advwtislng
I It a* .Blttlni' int. Road i exchange subscription or -
for clean rags Lender
Late t to '1. Blork M, The Treating I
I Addition A ubdlylolon. flat Rook Iat Enterprise.

-i pace.. I 91.Lnt. to. 1t. Block 80. The Tenpin .law. Bald ronlflfttt rmbm'I.I.. f.l.
Addition, A gubdlvl.tot.at Plat Beck 4 owing drcrrlbrd prvprrtr. sit.>,.01 >* !>>daCouolr.
\ nit *l. rlorld.. towlliLot
Beet kit ft. W and ISO ft. ft of HE I I, MrCUIn'. Addition In the
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Car of RE1o1 NW', to E 11714 It. Town o( Hom-itnid Countr f I' "",.,
41 I/I t/ II7S 't. M 41 I I fit tohoilitnlnn I Slat. of rlorlda. a* tmurarml n'n-:I: "
.....100 II.' Township IIBotilh t flint. Nu Ill The m. .- of
Rano II ,.ot. rontalnln .IIAttn. /d property, under tint ..Id .I..itlesusd ,
.. more or It**. was In the n.mr ..r J. li '41 il'
'I taut II. Hlork ,n. Fiat Amended fin.
CAR HAVE ANY Plat of Floral Park. A Bubdn Hat Lno., MoCllln'i A'tlltlo. ,. l 10 i .tin-
YOUR Book I at pact I. I Town of Ho.M....d. C....n" ..t I>.n..
Lot I. Block I. ('........... A lubdn. I state. .rN....'Iii. a> .....w..or.. .' .' .r,
I Pl.t Slink I at pan t. till... Tat i .ifMM
I Wtftft, of N U ft. of K lea ft, property under the uM < HI. ,I<
\ RJork It Pan VIII. Hrijhu. A Rubdn.Plot I ......4 w. In II,. name ..r Ju..pK t.ilf.
THESE FAULTS Book I at patm 117 and 101.of f/n. ,.
OF to II ft. E: lOCI ft- Mark It Pira Vales said Certulcaow shall h 'I.ImnoiaccorotK .
Villa IfcbikM' A luMn. Plat Book I ) to law tn dead will i.then.
., _. 117 and 10' m M the 14th dar of April. A, II I"'>4IDatod
I E\ escallop II, I this llth tie, of Mar I. P.
# t il T'lrc.h.\ Renew HI Bail ""'
? .....1.... 4M arrvo, more or IMO B B IFATllinMAM.rirrk ,.
oortlon 1. Township j of Clr.ull{ cart
Hi Lot II L: of Rd. .
I M South run.40 Eatt _te... Dadt C.mu" I'4dellIrrult
... Ifot.Lot. court Seal.
:
Ire 4V .r. more or
.*It M SO, Block Oardrs ...... Its, N. C ITtItBF.T1' n. QOmar.
A Sub PUt Hook 14 .t..... I. I 14 I'. J.. Apr .. It, 1141
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' r, t f I Lot II. Block I. Morrl. HnmoilMMotion
\ .: . Lacks Power and Speed? ,, N&S*, I, A lukdn. Plat Boob IIal I NOTICE FOR: or TAX APPliCATION DIED

; : I Lot pan I. Block M. 11.1.... H.lihU. Chapter IHS7 -Art. of UU
4 :1 1 'ourth..t\oa. A tub. Book IT F71. A-"'ll
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'TESTED with our new SUN MOTOR TESTER andseefor7eurself I Lot II.. Plat Blork Book'.8.I .Sixth. pan Addition 14 toHlaloak the Dated Oath day tar "..A'rue for .f 1011..M.nk LEATKEaIlAII'. 1941.t. .
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Paw Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, March 28,

MRS. 8TILLMAN HOSTESSTO a better country in which to. live. achievement chart was checked
Ii ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS EEDLAND W. *. C. S.Mn Last, but not least, It U To-,,be for thOM who attended the play
F. W. Stillman entertainedthe remembered that, In order to become day that was given Saturday. Soar
Redland W S. C. & at her better citizens it If necessary ( Barbara Miller and Barbara
rUZES ARE AWARDED whole wheat or white: lat, Mrs home Wednesday. The Rev. W. for ui cot to read about becomingone Jean Home are ahead In the
i I AT niNCETON EXHIBIT Ray Schneider E. Rowell, pastor of Radians Corn- write about it, or talk about achievement chart .
Prizes at the annual exhibit oft Beat rolls, white or whole wheat: munity Church, conducted the It, but to work hard to fulfill our We received the Girl Scout cook
the Princeton Home Demonstration 1st. Mrs. Schneider. study period. Mn. Thomas Brewer aims, for aim art reached, after lea or rather the samples of them
Club held recently at the Best fancy rolls: lit, Mrs sang a solo "Love Divine'. all, more by "sweat of the brow" that we art to sell from March 23
'. home of Mn. W W Bethea the Schneider. Mrs. A. M. Vivien gave the devotional , than by any other wiy. t. Apr. 1.
[\ \ lows: cryitallzed fruit: lit, Mn. R. Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel presided. Homestead Girl ScoutsBy badges are to come Saturday af-
I,. Hobson. Present also were: Mn. H. J ternoon at 3 to finish
\ BBS dozen eggs: lit Mrs. Roy Mary Catherine Sober up our
Best knitted sweater, scarf or Armstrong, Mn Rowell, Mn. Geo badges.
Witteawyter; 2nd. Mrs. Russell)
other small article: 1st MI'!. Pe Turner, Jr, Mn. J. D. Wysong,
j Hamms; 3rd Mri. Olin Edwards IW. The Girl Scouts Troop IS
terson. M. A. Baker Mrs. A. W. of met Instead of going to Rugged Key
Best exhibit of marigolds anyvariety at the home of frl. Frank Skill we will go either to Snapper Creek,
Best piece Italian clay work: January, Mn. M. M. Ramsey, Mrs
: lit Mn. Edwards; 2nd, for their regular meeting. The April 1012.
or Ojui during
Mill Jean Coldren. lit Mrs. Peterson; 2nd, Mn. Hobson I Margaret M. Harrold and Miss I

Best exhibit of cut flowers: 1st ; 3rd, Mn. Hamms. Estelle Turner. . . ... ., ... ... ..... .... .. , ,, ,,
Mrs Walter .Peterson; 2nd, Miss Brat new style crocheted rug -'"-----
1st, Mn Hobson.
\} Coldren. Belt wood cut-out for number II. II. S. NEWS
Best potted plants suitable for
house or porch: lit Mn. Edwards plate or for yard number: lit Mn. ..."_......"...." ...."'..",,--
;
Hammi 2nd, Mn. Peterson. KEY POSITIONSARE
2nd, Mn. W. W. Bethea; 3rd, MnChat. ; (Continued From Page Five) =
Brit Christmas gift Idea: 1st,
Behrens. In order to completely repay this
Mn. A. W. McVicker 2nd, Mn.
\ Brit Jar of fruit, plain canned; ; debt he must be loyal lo the laws
Edwards 3rd Miss Coldren.
lit Mrs. Wittenwryler; 2nd, MnHamms. of his country and be true to its OPENING.
Best exhibit of articles made
.
i aims and Ideals. To be truly loyal
from sacks: lit, Mn. Hobson.
Best Jar canned vegetables: lit he mutt be honest honest with I
Beat suggestion for 4-H Club
Mn Wlttenwyler; 2nd Mri. Edwards. himself ai with all associate He'
I camp handicraft work: lit, Mn. '
full..t'
( gives to his country his
Special merit for exhibit of three Hammi; 2nd, Mrs Hobson. respect and obedience. He must Young; people are faced with great
jars, fruit, vegetables and meat, to Special merit exhibit of four or cooperate with his fellow-dtizen..1
more handicraft articles: 1st, Mn opportunity to serve their country. Bus .
| be used ai emergency meal: Mri. must possess reliability, thoughtfulneis
Peterson 2nd, Miss Coldren std
: ; ; consideration for the wel-
Wittenwyler. ,
Mrs. Hamms iness is on the upward awing demanding :
} Brit exhibit home made Jelly; fare of othen, self-control and
lit Mrs. Wlttenwyler; 2nd, Mrs.I Brit written report of home Induitrlousness. He must in addition more and better trained help. Secre-
for Mn
earning lit
past ;
year
{l., J. L. Murray. to the before-mentioned attributes
BrIt exhibit home made marmalade Wlttenwyler.The have Initiative and per- tarial and accounting positions will be
or preserves: lit, MriWlttenwyler. serverance-two qualities always
Apr. 4 meeting of Ad Astra necessary to the accomplishment filled soon.
Best! exhibit home made pickles Chapter of the O. E. S. will be of any worth-while project. He
or relishes; lit Mrs. Wittenwyler;, omitted to allow members to attend shares in the affairs and Issues of Now is your time to prepare. Our
2nd, Mn. Edwardi. the grand chapter meeting in his government, not to further hit I
Best standard loaf of bread, i Tampa next week. own ambitions, but to make this individualized training plan qualifies .
I
you for that key position. You may ,

never have the opportunity will be :

presented within the next few years.


A REPORTto See us before it is too late.




HOMESTEAD BUSINESS COLLEGE

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The Ford Motor Company's 5 Several meathi ago work was ........................................................................M

business bat always been to started, ta out ova initiative a*. ,
M entirely new ) honepowet airplane >
serve be needs of the American eogjae especiallya designed i foe

people In providing them with mass production.. This engine Is now
low-cost transportation for the ia the test stage and plant are being A SMALL
developed for producing it Urg
ri.
past 38 years, we have developed quantities when and if

one of the country' largest '
and most useful industrial: 6 A Ford aircraft: apprentice scho.I'. HOME
has been established, to train 200
units. During a national emergency students st a time.

we feel that these facilities lit JuclJUOIHe
should be devoted without That is a report of progressreserve & 0

to our country's needs to date.

Toward that end we started ?
The experience and facilities
rolling months ago, with these
of this company can be used
.
results .
: to do much of the job which

1 IA t21.000.000 Ford airplane en America now needs to get done Even families with incomes under $2,000 are j

ago, n it nearly factory,completed.started only Production 6 months ia a hurry. able to build homes these days. And not just j

will Mart with aa initial order for "small" homes. You build modern home j
4,236 eighteen cylinder aircooled..11f way of working, whichvoids can a

double-row radial engines all possible red tape, enables -and pay for it out of your income, on the j

2 We are'building a new $800,000 us to get results and get FHA Plan.
Ford magnesium alloy foua'dry. them fast. This benefits users I j:
one of the few in the country It is
of and workers
our products
; i already producing lightweight.,* : The down payment is usually covered by the j
who produce them. .
pllne engine castings:
II building lot. And you pay the balance just :

I d 3 Army vehicles reconnaissance of an entirely can- military new We are ready to make any I like rent. But come in and we'll give you the j
thing we know how make
type-are rolling off special Ford to in figures. Figures to fit home- j i
t assembly lines sf the rate cf more to make it to the limit of our I i story your

than 600 a month. We have produced capacity if need be, to make it and your budget. j
i'
Army staff can and bomber service '
trucks as fast as we can go, and to start

The.rllllleat hss given. the the next job whenever our : i No obligation at all on your part 'Even j

4 ",o.abead" led work J Is now country asks us to. And to this i though you're net ready to build, the FHA j
under way for the fast construction end we know we have the full
of an $11,000,000 Ford plant confidence and loyal Plan is something( you should know about. I

to assemblies produce by bomber SMSI airframe production fD support of the workmen i We'll be glad to explain it! I

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methods throughout our plants. I i' :


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:, ' FORD MOTOR COMPANY i FRANK L. SKILL Owner |

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