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: April 4, 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: VID00484
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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,VoL29-No. 14 Homestead Florida April .a, 19U Price 5 Cents




I'' County Objects to $250,000 Camp








I' Near Airport As U. S. Takes Title I







Fink Murder Suspects, Held OPPOSITION VOTED DAY AFTER



In Miami, Often Down Here], OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF j'




i RECOGNIZED' A Little:' Bird I,$500,000 TWIN PROJECT HERE y



'BY BARBECUE t.L Told UsTHAT I THE WEATHER Low Cost Farm Housing

I Off lets) o..tbee-aspat-w UIo .uM..1o.1 Site Held in Way of

1 Ewaiaeat .-.. BPkorioIo.. DevelopmentGIFT

;STAND GIRLSMen FederatSUt Aid would pay more than half the salaryof on". 27.. ,_...I" '.I"1 ;'129..2\\ Ref.Mar. OF 160 ACRES

t county agricultural agent for Redland County-and we'd have Mar. 21.. ... I .4 eo 12U81 ALREADY ACCEPTED
him full time for real agricultural problems instead of having to Mar. 29-.A/ 72 I 54 1211.II7\\ I
Arrested Not Patrons surrender him to the harrasslng Job of looking over backyardtrees Mar. 30....... I 174 I 150 1 I.
of City of Miami taxpayer $25,000 Set Aside for Landscaping -
on Night of Hold-up, . Mar. 31-1 7. I 145 1211.II81
e e a Apr. 1_.... __I 84 I e4 1211.I31 .20 I Cited as Insuring -
However THAT the.comely widow who drives the iplffy-looklng Buick Apr L..I.3) I 157 121.821 Appearance
doesn't deny there may be wedding bells soon but the identity
!TRIO POSSESS LONG of the party of the second part remains a secret I
Official announcement from
CRIMINAL RECORDS I BASEBALL CLUB I Washington Monday that half-a-
BUILD GARAGE-AFARTMENT mllllon dollars would be spent on t
Definitely Linked With IGEO. AKEFIELD Construction of a concrete block TO BE ORGANIZEDFOR construction of two migratoryfarm '
Oversea Road Killing building 32 by 22 feet to house a labor camps at Homestead, '
ELECTED HEAD three-car. garage on the first floor was followed Tuesday by decisionof
(- Say DetectivesThree aDd an apartment on the second, HOMESTEADAll the Dade County commissionto
was started this week for Mr. and file objections to the site of one,
men arrested in ,Miami OF ROTARY CLUB Mrs. Frank Morris at the rear of -' the negro camp, which is on the
.Wednesday connection with a '(he Mae Morris business and i Homestead men Interested In I other side of the road from and
hold-up in that city Saturday were apartment building on N. Krome playing baseball on Wednesday and to the west of the airport sit*,
Mid by Miami police! to be "deft111. George Wakefield was ,chosen avenue at Third street I Sunday afternoon are invited by I The reason given for filing the
.* suspects' In the hold-up and president of the Homestead Rotary Mr. and Mn. Morris will occupy 'Fey Hobbs to meet In the store of I objection was that It was hared
murder of Mark Thomas fink, Jr. Club at its annual election the apartment Construction I Wittkop at Buchanan at I p. m. the project would Interfere with
I is to be completed in four weeks
driver of a wholesale grocery held Wednesday noon in Legion Monday. Jerry Donavan, WPA 'future development of the airport
truck oa the Oversea Highway HalL recreation supervisor for Dad First unofficial announcementof r.
several miles south of Florida City Other directors: elected are O !MAIL DELIVERY County, will be present to help organize the projected negro farm labor
la February B. Parker, Roy Chandler B. teams and arrange schedules camp was carried in an article
Hone of the three Miami bandits, Hlndman and W E. Rheney 14'1 TURNED DOWN BY ',with five other clubs that have published in the Leader-Enterprise j'
however resembles either of the together with the president, been or will be organized in the Feb.' 28. South Dade Farms, Inc.,
two youths who entered the Last out-going president Clarence i county donor of the 160-acr site, was I
Chance barbecue and beer stand man, and the secretary (to be I P. O. DEPARTMENTHomestead At the request of leaders here, notified two weeks ago that the tt
at the Florida City fork shortly I elected by the board) constitute r Hobbs is acting as manager for United States government had of. If
after the murder and acted suspiciously I\a board of seven director I will not get city mall the incipient Homestead ball team. facially accepted It II
At a meeting held In Perrlne last James Sottile, Sr, of )K
while making no attempt In a. talk on the petroleum industry delivery Postmaster S. E. Livingston I president
to conceal the fact that they were ,"Rotarian Rheney said that was informed this week by a week-end it was arranged that South Dade Farms, Inc, said Wednesday r,I
carrying revolvers inside their petroleum was used in ancient I letter from Ambrose O'Connell, Perrlne would have a team, as that it was difficult to see iirw
shirts, according to barbecue stand Egypt as medicine and as an agentin 'first assistant postmaster general I would Uleeta, the circuit court how the proposed camp would Interfere r;
attendants who were Interviewed the mummyfying of bodies In I "The recent Investigation at clerks office, the Miami post- with future development {1
and shown a newspaper picture early America, he said, the Indians I your office," Mr. O'Connell wrote, office, and South Miami. of the airport, as no part of the "
... of the group under arrest obtained it from seepage pools and ,"disclosed that there are only The first game will begin on site of the camp Is opposite or ad- r
The two Last Chance suspects wed it for medicinal purposes and :2,100 patrons who can be reached I Sunday, April 20. (Continued on Page Two) t
got away while patrons were hunting in making paints. :by carriers, which is below the ':
for offfcers of the law In Homestead Kerosene came Into use for illuminating -!2,500 minimum required for city C.
I of C. Directors Hear Festival
-who In turn were all out purposes In 1626, but it delivery servic Furthermore, :1' Reports II
hunting the Fink hold-up men. Oncoming was made from coal at that time,i'the territory to be served Is not Call Meeting to Vote Amendments
to the beer stand they the speaker said. In 1840 it weal SO per cent Improved with houses on i
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asked if the man who bad been discovered that the oil seepage that II:erected"
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shot bad died, and since so little (Continued on Page Two) i> The letter was dated Mar 27. A special meeting of the was of the Goulds com j
bership of the Redland munity exhibit which won first
time had elapsed since the shooting m.m-I 1
Chamber of Commerce ha. prize of $100, suggested that the
patrons and operators of the
stand grew suspicious and police $77,775l\Iore For Local Airport in 1912 j called by the board of directors for board recommend to the next administration > t'I
8 p. m, next Friday in the chamber I that 80 per cent of
:were The secretly men held sent for.in Miami are Budget Brings Total Fund to $233,775 :,building to vote on any mend-I the community exhibit money be t
Gene Porter. 25, John Hall Allen 'menu to the by-laws that maybe Itt aside for next year for tint,
and Jos. L. Churchill 36 The county airport at Homestead, was submitted to the house appropriations presented by a committee appointed secon dsnd third prizes and the remaining i
According to Miami detectives, for construction of which $186,000: committee Wednesday I I' for the purpose several' SO per Cent be divided t,
The Northern contractor who months ago.Attention. among the booths not awarded
'member of the I
Porter was a so
called "crime cattle" gang of six was allocated\ Kte In 1940 by the rutimltted a bid of $41.50 an tips : was called to'the fact I prizes to help In defraying the r
youths captured in 1937 in an Everglades Civil Aeronautics Authority, will for clearing of the airport runways that the annual election Of directors (Continued on Page Two) J
shack after a series of receive $77,775 additional In 1942 failed to- post .bond for performance will be held on the evening .
r (Continued on Page Two) according to the CAA budget which and call for bids wilt be re- ;,of Monday, Apr. 14I SAWMILL BCR.NS i
advertised, according to reports I Meeting Wednesday night, the
I circulating here this -week ''director beard Secretary A. R. Fir Sunday tight destroyed all
Mrs. Clayton Sedgwick Cooper Buys i Work of this nature Is seldom.Livingston read a report of the but a planer of the C. R. Lee sawmill I'
I 'contracted for less than $100 an Twelfth Annual Fruit Festival five .miles veil of Florida\
Geo. Swan Home for Occupancy Oct. acre by land-clearing contractors which had been handed to him by City. Most of the lumber was
I ;'who are familiar with the rocki Festival Manager I. H. Gallaher,'saved, however, with the aid of I
Mrs Clayton Sedgwick Cooper The noted woman journalist and formation of Tjlgh pine land" in,'showing receipts of 7236.02 as the county fire-fighting unit from I
of Miami Beach, who in addition novelist and her business manager, South Dade County, such as that against expenses of $4,048.23 and t
to being the widow of a noted Miss Elizabeth Ryan, win occupy'of Fin of the airport leaving a balance of UIIlO.711. I Rob-I 1
writer Is a forceful and entertaining the place about Oct I to become I three miles ad'of Homestead on I I| The report showed UMM received -
writer In her own right, has permanent residents of the Red- Campbell road Specifications forth I from teboo"I ranted, 62,S24.-',by Insurance, Is estimated at $780. t
e bought the trove and borne of land District '1 runway clearing are except.A.ally 21 from *. $2,500 received I 1 The sawmill will be rebuilt within .r.rI
laj!! from the county and $500!the next ten days, it was said. r
George L.Swan on Farm Life road,I Mr. and Mrs Swan whose children exacting and local oplnloa I
north of Silver Palm drive. The are pupils IB the Cprtl Cables' the successful bidder after Investigation from the carnival, aj the main I The fire was discovered about ;
purchase was made three weeks' school, will build a home-In that chose to forfeit his bidding Item of Income I[1190; o'clock by the night watch- J
alOo 1 cit,. deposit rather than"toe els ah1rt.I .* Director A. V. Lindjvn, whoa i jnaav Tb wigia.i undetermined.
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Pare Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, A riI4'11I
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Ing the chamber that all appropriations are guaranteed by the high stand,
RED 'iD-H. H. S. 1 Motion Picture Equipment Can Help for federal buildings for ardi maintained in existing camp'
: which contracts have not been advertised where hospitals ere maintained'
I In Address System, Says Principal have been cancelled by the and clinks for the stamping out of
NINES PLAY HERE! President until the defense, program rommunlcable diseases are one of
been completed. Thus the main reasons for creation
.has Behoofs motionplcturt with funds provided by the association .
TIllS AFTERNOONThe !i I By using the special ventilated window It was learned, the construction of the camps..
I equipment as a nucleus, blinds for the visual educationroom 'a poet office building in Homestead No objection has been made to''
j' much needed public address system have been ordered. A full Is Indefinitely postponed. the site of the white camp, a 7J-
Homettead and Redland can be started in the high program of audio-visual education I The unpaid half of a pledge of acre tract bordering the Federate
high school baseball team will school at a cost of only one hun- Is now In progress, he said. 'I $800 to the James Archer Smith Highway north of Avocado drive,',
dred dollars, Principal B. M. Hind- !Hospital building fund was ordered which was bought by the Farm'
meet for the list time this season At the suggestion of the president
man told the Homestead P. T. A.| I paid by the directors, as were I Security Administration. Each of
this afternoon at 3:30 on the Homestead executive committee Wednesday Mn. M. F White, the committee i i other miscellaneous bills. the camps would cost 1230,000, ae-
voted to recommend the
diamond. afternoon.At cording to the Washington dl- ,"
payment now of the final note due. I
tint radio or verbal ,patches reaching Dade County
Richard Caves will pitch and program
In November on the grand piano
Matt Ballero will catch for Hom.JteaeL . messages can probably be tent which the association had Installed :COUNTY OBJECTS ,I Tuesday.
to only ten rooms .t. time, he I ,
in the school during the precedIng -
Jack
Buddy LJndgren and aid, but the be built I
system can ---- Compliment '
Hllson will head the batterlea for up by degrees. i year. I (Continued From Page One) '.
J A lady had been looking for
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Redland. I The committee voted to buy I
R. J. Hester, audio-visual education joining the site of the airport
The Growers will Andrew the local friend for a long time without
meet chairman reported that three medals for junior j "None of the 200 units will be success.
Jackson High School at Andrew ,high school speech contests Apr.,more than one-story in height, and Finally, the came upon her Inan
Jackson next Tuesday and Danla 23. Winers In these contests surrounding I'I'I unexpected
will be far lower than way
High School here next Thursday will in the South Dade I
1926 RESIDENT compete trees that will be left standing "Well," the exclaimed, "I've
Growers Beat Lauderdale i music and speech festival for the i
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Hitting when hits mean runs, I I junior high schools of Redland:on the far airport as appearance, Mr. Sottile goes, AIeL1".A8 It Ii],been on a perfect wild goose chaser''

proved to be a deciding factor in I OF HOMESTEAD Perrine and Homestead In Perrine my understanding that $25,000 will all day long, but thank goodness, '
Homestead's defeating Fort Lau- on May 8. An engraved bronze be spent for landscaping the tract. I've found you it last!"-Montreal!
derdale 5.. in Fort Lauderdale KILLED IN MIAMI medal will be ordered for the i Health and sanitation conditions Star.
Wednesday. I seventh grade contest; a silver
Batteries for Homestead were i medal, for the eighth grade contest If.
Fred Fuchi and Ballero. Fuchi Wm. J. Frlpp. 70 who residedIn ; and a gold medal, for the Business and Professional Women's
appears to be stronger and better ninth, grade contest
Homestead In 1926
while he
each time he pitches and allow was on the staff of the Homestead I I The committee accepted an Invitation -I I I Club Holds Annual Election Meeting f fI :
few scattered hits.
only I Leader, published by his from the eleventh grade
Bowen scored first on I hit by nephew, Ben Archer, was killedIn home economics class to hold the --
Edw. Tomerlin. Fuchi and D. L. Miami Monday afternoon at executive meeting of May 7 In the j I I Mn. Ben Archer was re-elected Hammett, Mn I. P. McLean, Mn. i
Bowen scored in the fifth Inningon about 830 when an automobile home economics rooms In the high president of the Homestead Business :James Nesbltt, Mn. B. A. Waldin, '.
I double hit by Ballero. Two struck the bicycle he was riding. school where refreshments will be and Professional Women'i Mn. Chandler, Mn. Stewart, Mrs.
more runs, one by Don Done, second Police said the accident was un- served by the young hoitessea. ,I Club at the annual meeting of the Morris, Mn Katz; Mn. Clinton, II i
baseman, and the other by avoidable and did not hold the Present at the meeting were:' club Tuesday evening in the Mn. Archer and Mill Ann Lee.
Bowen. In the first half of ,the driver of the car. Mn. W. E. Rheney, Mrs. C. J. Par- Chamber of Commerce building j The next meeting of the club I II
seventh on hits by'Tomerlin and Mr. Frlpp was returning home man Mn. John Graves, Mn. Ben The other officers elected are: I will be a luncheon meeting on
Caves, put the local boys in the from his work as a proofreaderon Archer, Mn. White, Mr. Hind-,first vice-president, Mn. Roy';Apr. 21. \
lead. the Miami Dally News, a position man and Mr. Hester ;Chandler; second vice-president, : < >
Lose to Miami Edison he had held for many 1 I Mrs. Clna Stewart; recording secretary 1'
The Growers lost their second His bicycle had been his yeai'l.l I Mrs. Fnnk Morris; corresponding :I
game of the season against the mode of transportation ai FINK 'MURDER : secretary, Mn. Herbert Tropical Cafe :Ii
Red Raiders of Miami Edison the health practices which gave Katz; treasurer, Mrs. Green Rivet.Mn. .

7-3 afternoon., on the Miami diamond Friday him the activity and mental vigorof I I Charles Clinton, auditor, 1

showed a man of much younger years. (Continued From Page One) gave her report.Announcement. I NOW LOCATED g1YP j
Fuchs,
starting pitcher, ,; ,
Born in Virginia the son of a safe burglaries and hold-ups. made that I
his ability to do a good job, and Methodist minister, he spent partof Sentenced to eight yean In prison, >I'district meeting was will be held in a 1 I IS TilE .
Ballero, catcher also showed much
his youth In Key West wherehis he was pardoned in July, 1940. Hit Lake Worth on Apr. 27.
Improvement over the first game father had I. pastorate for a crime record dates back to 1933. ,j I HORNE BLDG. 'ti tiI
of the year, played against Miami 'I Present at the meeting were:
short time. Htf took part In the Allen served year at Marianne I
High. Mrs. Sylvia Atkins, Mn. CharlesW. No' Krome Aye
Alaska gold rtishwas later on the In 1936 for automobile theft and
With of three at the Camp, Mn. Eva Collins, Mn.
a score up -
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Chicago Inter-Ocean and other In Oct. 1937 was sentenced to four I Il _tead, Florida
end of the sixth Inning and both J. E.. Davis, Mri. E. A. Froscher,i :,
papers of that city, and finally yean on a similar charge. ChurchIll -
sides air ball Edison Mrs. J. E. Gauzens, Mrs J. T.
playing tight .
returned to Florida and settled inCissimmee. Is wanted In Inverness, Fla, on
pushed ahead with a few He moved to Dade I first degree murder charge for!I ,.......................................,.....,.....................
lucky breaks to make two runs In County about 10 yean ago. For the killing of a guard at a Floral', :
the seventh and two in the eighth while he worked 28 1938 : 1
a in Havana, Cu- City convict I camp on July ,
ironing to win the game. ba, on the Havana Post. His crime career goes back to 1927, |I !
He wielded a vigorous pen In and in 1933 he was sentenced toi I I
\AKEFIEtDContinued behalf of union'principles and was seven yean by a Dade County I II I i
high in the councils of Miami labor criminal court judge. I
unions. The funeral was held Last Chance attendants said ]1
( From Page One) at 4 p. m. yesterday so that his they believed two of the men in !I gyp
was polluting fresh water wells In ellow-workmen on the Miami afternoon the newspaper picture had patron.bed -
some sections of the country had paper could attend In : the place several times, but !
commercial possibilities in kero- force-which they did. they were sure they were not at!I .
sene. At tint gasoline was a byproduct Mr. Frlpp is survived by a the stand on the night of the Fink I
for which there was no laughter, Mrs. Carolyn Fieldingof murder. ;i
use, 10 It was poured In creeks Coral Cables: two brothers, Edgar iI "
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and otherwise disposed of as waste, ; P. Frlpp of Coral Gables, and The '
with the consequence that many Albert Sidney Frlpp of Jensen; a C.OFC.DIRECTORS'Continued '! stuffHOMES
fires were started and much fishIng liter, Mrs. George F. Archer of I
ruined. Key West, and a grandson, Jimmy I ;
In those days, 42H gallons of Ficldlfl,. Mn. Archer, who came ( from Page One) 1 j
crude oil yielded 20 gallons of up from Key West to attend the expense of gathering exhibits,' are madeo
kerosene and S gallons of funeral, Is visiting here with her decorating and other incidentals ..
Mr. Rheney laid, whereas modern/ son and daughter-in-law, Mr and which he said now came out of the I I
cracking processes today | Mri. Ben Archer. pockets of those who did all the 10
gallons of gasoline and only five work. |I
gallons:: of kerosene. Other byproducts I stations In the United States,* he riheL1 re suggested also Homes start with the wisp of a
are petroleum jellies, said. "With an estimated averageof that need of a more suitable I
mineral oils and wish and grow quickly by way of ; .
waxes. three men to a station, there site and more adequate buildingfor
The first oil well was dug In are 1,200,000 men employed In the holding of future fruit festivals -,, hopes and plans, facts and fig- i '
Pennsylvania to a depth of (9 feet illlng stations alone. Gasoline be considered la the near I
Rotary drills now go down after taxes yielded the state of FloridaIn future. He pointed to the flooded ures' into the practical stage.That's .
oil to a depth of 10,000 feet and 1.40 24501.112, and the federal condition of grounds In the poultry
more. government received $4,140- tent during the rains and to the I' where we come in!
Of the world's output of one 000 from Florida gasoline users. shortage of display space in the
billion, four hundred million bar The petroleum Industry contributed present buildings.The We'll guide your home ideas ;
rels of oil annually, the United UVi per cent of all taxes In secretary read a letter from I lines
along practical . tell \
States produces a billion gallons Florida in 1940. Congressman Pat Cannon advls- you
Mr. Rheney said. The extent of how you | can use your "rent i

the modern petroleum Industry,I money" to build modern small _
the amount of Its payrolls, the a
taxes realized from It and its part I I" BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYAvailable i home on the FHA Plan . advise i '*.

I staggering In the world's affairs Imagination today .he..1.1t.to.the you about new materials. .


pointed-There are 400,000 retail filling! now-if you have $1,500 cash and a I Our ideas and advice are free. "

desire to go into business for yourself we will be I) So call us now before you're i

glad to give you full details if you are interestedin ready to build that little home i
BALL
NEWT. G. operating a successful, profitable retail busi I' of your dreams! -

ness. Only those that can stand strict investigation

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Friday. April I 4,1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEABER-ENTERPRISE__ Paw ThreePONTIAC'S

openings to the Inch. In orderto offer very substantial evidence,
NEW\
visualize this range it may be that the Pontiac oil cleaner can be
remarked that the opening size of I relied upon to do an extraordinarily -
OIL CLEANER the eighth screen (200 mesh per efficient! job even Under the
s Inch) U approximately that of a most rigorous practical driving
human hair. I conditions conceivable
PROVISWORTH'
"In this analysis It was found
that 71JJ per cent of the total I
"One of the mOlt baffling prob- sediment trapped and depositedIn Not Se llelprv.1
the oil cleaners was stopped by ISh. was a very efficient young
lems tackled by automotive engineers screen sizes of 270 mesh per inchor I woman. One day she saw a Urge
has been that of developing less. The remaining' 28.47 percent car slowly rolling down the street
effective methods for eliminating passed through this extremely I without I a driver. Unhesitatingly
the abnormally rapid wear of tips screen whose openings will'she ran to the side of the moving
bearing surfaces In the engines of not admit an ordinary human hair. vehicle, opened the door hoppedin
These analogies are made to bring and applied the brakes.
out clear the fineness of material Then she got out and looked for
states," says Wm. H. Manning, assistant .. .. ... ....mot....... collected without the aid of any I the driver. A mere man appeared,
chief engineer of the Pontiac LONG WIDE AND HANDSOME Is the 1MI PontiM Torpedo Comrtitila: screening mediums subject to plugging and she asked: "Is this your c.rf"
Motor Division and orglnator I Sedan Coup Its popularity enhanced by aa automatic top(up or down at the as they perform their cleanIng He admitted ownership.
of Pontlac's new and exclusive touch oT a button),this Pontiac model Is proving a ranking favorite again this I functions. "
"Well. she said. "It was running -
built-in oil cleaner. "This wear ,.".It Is offered on the De Lora wheelbase and mt five persons--'-11I7.I *
repeatedly has been traced to fine, "At the Pontiac engineering department away down the street.1
sharply abrasive foreign material we regard the results of "I know It was," said the man,
In the engine oil, and all Investigations -/openings to the Inch' which Incidentally -][suction screens In ordinary oil 1"-1 this 19.000 mile test aa gratifying" sadly. "I was pushing it to the
have disclosed that the is the size used for pump I I I tems, to the finest which had concluded Manning "because: they garage"Kablegrams.
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quantities of such dirt are very
much greater than usually found In I
oil samples obtained from car engines -
which have seen service In
other parts of the country" I
To demonstrate the efficiency of I
the new oil cleaner an ex.ctln,1! These Used Car Bargains
test was recently completed b11
standard Pontiac test cars. At the
highest speeds consistent with]!,
safety, these cars were driven I '
19,000 miles over the highways of1 Mean

five southwestern states. The itinerary .
included Texas, Oklahoma, ]I
New Mexico, Arizona and South-
western California. Much of the
territory covered was arid desert''
where both the quantity and quality -

destructive" of air-bome to engine grit are bearings.particularly MONEY IN THE BANK !I

"On completion of this test the
engines were torn down for a
thorough Inspection of their workIng -
parts," says Manning. "It may
truthfully be said that the evidence
presented exceeded the most optimistic GUARANTEED) TO BE
expectations of everyonein
the engineering department I PRICED BELOW THE MARKET
Not only were all bearings and
rubbing surfaces In exceptionally
fine condition considering the class 1
.f service involved, but there were I

the actually In short engines no the was visible general about signs condition the of equiva-wear.of "BANK ON BUICK" AND SAVE !

lent of what we might expect under
much less gruelling conditions.
"It was found that the quantityof
sediment collected In the oil

cleaner was very much greater 1939 PO NT I A C "6" BUSINESS 1939 FORD "Sd" oj-DOOR SEDAN-
than have hitherto
enced,"we he, asserted. "Under experi-the COUPE-Looks like a new far; Orlglal finish In black; low mile-

microscope, Indefinable constituents really good mechanically; radio. age; oj new tires; in top m< appeared as grains of carbon. Priced right to sen. leal shape. A real buy
Iron and sand such as have been I
collected In much less Impressive
quantities, during tests In other
parts of the country. Among several t e
of the components which have
eluded positive Identification are
some which have the visible appearance 1939 O.Rn "S5" COUP -Orglnal! "
1931 FORD 60" 2-nOOR SEDAN-
of minute splinters of finish In black; radio. This car
petrified wood. Inasmuch as the has been in good hands and is I good tires; clean inside; priced
test route had Included the regionof to sen
the petrified forests In Arizona.It In excellent condition.

may be that wind erosion of ,
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TEE LEADER-ENTERPRISE i' m =FJ.OIi.gAHJ..c. !:LGJ1"'c-- -} V'is.aet W +I Lights and ShadesBy

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tr DM a..tk !> *. FiMfcklii CMKPMTE Robert Kyle Beret
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Hank I, ttt. M,. ..... will U ..1U to _.. _
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IRS AkrHE ..rn>.U.it and Editor .owns *r a krtof Morr **. wow Ilk* to
mum with eth_ pleas send H to kfc
AftJORUt LEACH AUCHEiUliinlirr : M f. O. sea ' and TrawnvrCBSCklfTlON
FLORIDA SUNRISE

RATES Dawn awaken like a maiden,
*- "-.. c:....r 11M flushed and languid from her
..... Vtt C-tf_ atAo I ret.

Night I* gathering up her shades

PlantingBy I and seeking refuge In the West 'I


Mary Fcmn 1Diekls.a One lone star I iJ couched upon this

:As furrow gals, their part In birth., petal of a cloud of roe :
So April wet and warmth lUnd by;I Like a tingle! tear of dew that Night

Wt plant this teed not alone to I i* weeping ere she go**.

earth a .
But to lun and wind and rain and' 1 '
6 When an actor .steps out on 1
tkyt J, stage to do his bit he sometimes i;
w
I wonder how he I* going over, but
The Eternal GoodnessI lOOn he begin to feel his audience

sir He tan tell by tome psychic sense
know not what the future hath{ Bi. '
7A .. e '
whether or not he b being favorably -
Of marvel 1 and surprise
received. Then, when the
Assured alone that life and death |
act I* over and the curtain come
His underlie
mercy
down the manager comet backstage
And ao beside the silent tea
I and the actor know whetherhe
I wuit the muffled oar;
I* to get 'the lack" or a con.-
No hurm from Him.can com to me I a.w.wd'A'ArlfiCO'TAr.L tract.
On ocean or on ..hore.I .
;; -"' reaction of the 'public Isspontaneous.
The
:' t ,
know not where hit islands
/ v* r rjAI'G Favor or disfavor
Ml NM
Their fronded palm in air; \ H/* jrnaitTo.GwiwmiaT
lift be ihown quickly and eailly
I only know I cannot drift I can
\ / natural to cheer and clap
Beyond Hit love and care. fwesr'f It 1* your I
-John Creenleaf Whlttler. ;,BtttOf DoE: 'tNIME61d HULL .4NavM INEEL1dr hand while under the spell of
IfE,7Y/E tome bit of comedy or inspirationor
A TIlA&7"O.2082 ACME NIAl e
the ethos of bit of
some
i isedrrft or
We have careful thought for the (lMS 2eooewIs4 Il'AS DIJNATID 7D as.'Ii ,
Hiring oratory till ring In your
stronger l / GOL.R4Mf 4V.E'OtYfa: I II
'N"N .
And smile for the lometlme-gueit; /) r.-, ear*
",. J IN rill Jt" ANO wf.Toafoft* AS'DNI'MIIJf'T.J. But writing a letter to a columnist *
But oft for the bitter I
tone our own / 1 1 "" .. "" "t / TATTOSTSf 1fF I taketet fort and delibera

Though wt love our own the best. 01-VIN A"MI" tion. It.* usually don long after
the column wa read and the emotional

not take from the eyesight of one ..........................,YT", itreu of the moment 1* for: -
Million-Dollar Mob Killing That It why I appreciatethe ,
man and give It to tome one who gotten.
CURRENT LIBRARY FACTS letten and comment r"
Total cost of killing Will Brown 1* not able to tee to wellto which many j
have received. I only wish I could eanswer
Peck adds "Governmentcan
I George
was 11,378,290.
Brown a negro wa ihot to COMMENTBy solve the problem of povertyby AND FANCIESBy them all with a special j

death then hanged, by an Omaha given methods for a given time lID!. i. E.: GACZENSUBBAKT menage to each, but-well, thank 1
AGNEW WELSH
mob In 1919, following a riot Incited I and by methods which have never vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv.. any-way! 1I
purely by mob psychology. failed to destroy the whole of society I I do want to give very spew, .1

It ell started when a group of boy 14.-. Nobs .,. w.t.a w.sar.roseate in! the long run" and clinches BOCKS ;cal thank to; 'and the boy, i iIn
half-serlously discussed the advisability I w hi. -" a.hethmth.r his argument with this statement Mesjitay. Wednesday ThmoUy.TMeday. aboard the U. S Howard" aorn**

of lynching Brawn, who 1 wash be bit Ie...aer..aw.t..._ A.I ...see.-as saww..t.eaWee .Aar. "Poverty b not caused by lack of .-1.P. EL where the West India I only 1
had assaulted few .. A..e.r "...... sal IL L opportunity but rather by widespread rrwa,. It a. ...1 .. aa! hope that my column did you M
a girl a day: .
tttk .... Most ..
before. Then an older man. the I 9' lack of ambition." Satwday. t-U a. :| Ift. .. much good a* your letter did me. ;

Inevitable riot leader, haranguedthe The last living relative of Cole h 0 a 1-9 P. I I It I* gratifying to know that our 1
I Younger, one of the famous Missouri i i first line of defense I* manned with
boy Into action and soon the Moet of the thing dullards learn Erich Maria Remarque wa ont
group crystallized Into a mob.They outlaw. says Cole was a U by the low process. To me of the tint German author to be',young men who are not afraid to

act fire to the courthouse andgrabbed nice, kind and gentle man whose the Chinese written language has attacked by Hitler In 1933 hit, admit their high Ideals. Thanks

Brown from a cell on the lineage trace to the Scottish ever been a puzzle but a story in a book were publicly burned under I i i 1 Bill, and regards also to bliss the boy Aganette. 1 1I I 1 1Thanks

top floor. Brucet. Probably Shakespear'spen recent Issue of the Reader Digest the personal supervision of Goeb- ,
Before their work had finished, picture of a villain would fit gave an Inkling a* to what It wasa bel*. In 1938 his German citizenship i I j Blake for your letter. Sorry I. 1

fire had caused a half-million dollar 1- pictographic or Ideographic was revoked and In 1939 he'1 can not use the poem. Remember,
in first column I said "NIJ
damage to the courthouse; the mild-manner-4 i language-that Is, one expressedby came to this country where he I It my ,
necro' life was taken: the mayor mean of picture to represent today. I l politic!

of Omaha, who attempted to diaauadv ideas, which make such languages Twelve year ago Mr. Re:!
the mob barely escaped with Scientist are tracing the evidence very difficult to master. To i marques first novel "All Quiet on, MY LONELY FIRE

his life; record worth $200,000\ of a culture that existed In read a Chinese newspaper one the Western Front", was published.It .I Curl on, blue vapors; feed,my tout
were burned In I bonfire on the the Panhandle region of Texas, must be familiar with about six- was a novel with a message for with dreams .

lower floor I about twenty-fh mile northwest thousand character To express the world. Now "Flotsam-, writ-i Soft fancies formed In fragrant
Only recently the clerk of that of Amarillo. Excavation revealed the word for "man" they use an ten two year ago, which ran asa I curling imoke
county filed away the last of the''! pottery from a village that 1 II Inverted character that resembles serial and hal already been pro Bum on, bright fire. Send out your
$750,000 bond Issued In 1920 to 1 thought to have been located there a capital Y. If he 1* a prisoner he duced a* a movie, will be released I'| merry beam

repair the courthouse and restore somewhere between 1250 and I II enclosed with four equl-Iateral In book form during April and It, And chase the lurking shadows

refold after the 1919 riot. 1350 A. D. Their work differ line (a box); the figure to rep too ha a message for the world I that awoke

The financial bill ha been paidIn from those of the Pueblo; they resent a woman Is more compli- today. From dusty' pungent sleep and.
full. the last bond retired but may have been co-existent dwellers (Continued on Page FivesNAM make them dance!

for many Omahan the horrible with the Mayan of Mexico -... Paul Green, Pulitzer prize dramatist [Curl on; blue phantom; leap and
memory of one day'a mob action and Central America. collaborated with Mr.I turn and twist,

can never be erased. . Children in CourtBy Wright In dramatizing Mr Wright'i I Form fleeting Image that may
novel" "Native Son". The play
In the afternoon of the last Sunday perchanceGive
lodge Malcolm Hatfield will. be directed under the supervision -,
Plan for Better World In March the speaker on the of Orson Well and will open back a picture from the purple -
national Catholic Hour mist
Julian Huxley the noted biologist authority to the effect that quoted of the an I THOSE WHO Ii1IDERPROGRESS' on Broadway In the early part of That hang about the hill of ye -

ha a specific plan for reconstruction 19 nation that have gone down AprIL I ter-yean.
after the war. He proposes -Din defeat the downfall of It could!I Many taxpayer art to short Oscar Levant' "Smattering Ig Burn on, bright fI.mea. and light

among other thing, to abolish traced toe internal weakness.' lighted that they cannot understand norance" while It hal faded from the way for meThrough

tariff walls act up a natural i He ought to show that we art In I that an ounce of prevention the best teller lists still holds up,I rolling time, through
resources board to administer resources I more danger from the columns. U worth a pound of cure. Rather and DoubledayDoran bat put to sweet and bitter tear,
for the benefit of all notions within than from any outside than pay a few additional dollar press new edition of 5,000 cop,".!On down the winding road of

and work for a people' mini,' "fifth" one. H* named aa one of In an attempt to prevent children The book i* more than a year old.I Memory.
mum in housing, clothing and food. these weak columns the pampered'I from becoming delinquent they Burn on through an the night my
I'spoiled race of children we are appear to be willing to pay higher An omnibus volume of the belt I lonely fire

Mellon Art Gallery bringing up to become the future taxes In the future in an effort to known novel of the late Countess For with the dawn my vapor
citizen and guiding forces of our ,. the hardened offender. I Russell, who wrote under the single -/I' dream expire. .

The National Gallery of Art I*I nation Even the King of Hoboes ICU Other who stand aquarley U the. name of Elizabeth hat been:(I

a dream that ha come true. The (Jeff Davis) brings an Indictment!path of those who would prevent prepared for release in early t!for the Dawn" and "Turning;

law Andrew Mellon gave I fifty against the grown-up, branding delinquency are the individual spring. The novel are "Vera", Wheel, 1* now on the west coast
million dollar art collection and them at "a race of lollypops and who operate questionable dance' "Enchanted April" and "Love-, I of Florida at work on another

fifteen million dollar to build the I I nincompoop halls, beer garden and gambling Lancelot Hogbeo:! the British book, the title of which will be
marble building In theworld e a establiihment These *
largest persons dentist and author of "Mathema- "The Hill of Dove .
Washington.. Andrew It has been the contention of this are shrewd enough to know that tics for the Million," I* now la' e, .
Mellon stipulated that this gift to scrivener that mankind U not endowed their profits would be lost If the England after a year' absence Among those author who haverecently

the national government for the with equal power of body public demanded that they be His original plan called for a departed this life are:
use of the people should not bear and mind. Some are geniuses forced to operate legitimate place short tour of Oslo Norway lat Edward J. OBrien internationally -

his nam. with the brash tome are sculptors (lof business or none at aU spring where he had gone on a lecture I known authority on the short

other have extraordinary The third group which can be tour. Mr. Hogben was cut story,
lie Could Trust Her ability aa wealth-gatherer Dr.I counted, on to block any decent off from England by the German I Clara E. Laughlin. author of the

"Mote, you lazy rascal do you Alexander, acclaimed a national proal"fl8lproaram of delinquency Invasion and made his way around!|"So You're Going to . ." travel'
think It right to leave your wife economist aptly put it this way: and crime prevention consists the world to New York where be book and best teller
at the washtub while you spend 'Basically there are tragic In.l ct low type law enforcement officials wrote "Author In Transit" la which( Elizabeth Madox Roberts, author -

JOUr time fishing?" equalities In ability Just a* peopleare who do not hesitate to take|he tell about his flight from Nor-1 of The Great Meadow".The
"Oh. yauuh. man wife dean endowed with differential la "hush money" or tolerate prostitution way. {''I Time of Man" and "Song of tMJ

need no watchln', She'll wuk jest eyesight. We remedy visual defectq -I soliciting, gambling, etc,I' J N MeadowShe died la Orlando..

.i hard a* Ifn 1 wus hwn"-Ex. a* much: u wt can but do for t "consideration. doete, author of "Watch'Fla. March IXi



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fiII1IIJDI!! mnmnnnmllllllumn [el Nixon, Kate Prom. Theirs Redd, 1 Miami, Thursday afternoon at 21'|being the winners: Eighth grade: -
Walter lUdin. Roberta Selby, Ruby o'clock, at the Miami hospital Mrs lit prize Edna Shepherd; 2nd,
Shuler. Third grade: Marian Dor1 1 Lucas was Injured by a fall several Lucille Cowman; 3rd. Rita Fitch. CURRENT
aey. Arthur French, Lillie Mae months ago and has been suf 7th grade: lit, Louise Sykes; 2nd,
20 Years Ago Lee, Susie Noble Ruth Wait, Orlando fering ever aloe . ." Fred Smoak Jre!. Alice Ferrell. COMMENTContinued \
Wallam. Second grade, A: I I"A.I J. Drew has Just received 8th grade l.t, Sadie Murray 2nd,
Carolyn Anderson, Marie Campbell !"4 for 8 hamper of beaDiz this Kate Prom; 3rd, Emma Berneck- -
nnUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUfte : Ronald Patchett, Ovid Sullivan |'Ibelng the net price , er ," i ( from Page Four)
Alvah Taylor Anton Waldin. I -"Robert Warren Caplinger,1 I' "Fred Kcal of Hempstead, Gated (quite naturally; It the

Mh.t" Mm are <_ Second grade, B: Logan Fread, Cole registering eight and three-quart L. I, has commenced dragging the I woman It married the figure of a
been 1- soft a.d.. tile M.,.a..ee..ear..rr..Meaa It. saS Redd, Alvin Simmons, Mary Sin-I ers pound arrived at the E. 5.1 ground on their property on North broom la placed beside her; a
r e" .1000 rr..w. 11..eowl" core Jane Smelter, Effle Wilson. Caplinger home on Monday evening Redland road, preparing Sot the 'home" require two symbols, the
oft 'f, INI" via see __ First grade: Erma Cahoon at 10 one
... Gladys p. m. new concrete dwelling that they representing a roof and the
&.ocn. Campbell, John V. Davit, WalterFrawnr I -"Daniel D. Jones and Mary 1 will erect In the near future. Mr Other a pig their reasoning being

Man I1. MM"Mr Edith Glenn, William Lambert of Perrin*..were marriedat Kneel has a wonderful tangerine that if you have a pig you must
Krome, Ralph Seckinger, Florida i the Baptist parsonage on Wednesday . grove her . ." (Redland give it shelter and feed It from
*. Coldi Wolf left Horn City: Sixth grade: Leo Rohrer. evening.** -"A. B. Livingston was la St. your kitchen refuse. The American .
toed last week for. her home in Fifth grade: Mabel "Plans are on feat to organise Augustine on business the forepart Indian also uses pictographs.
Monticello. Ind." I Third grade: James Robertaon'1 a baseball team in Homestead, not of the week." another link in the chain of evidence -
-"Mr. and Mrs. Newt O. Ball Rhodes, Mariana Taylor. Second such a* have been formed in the -"Mr*. Ruby McKay and children of his Asiatic origin.
gave a farewell party Tuesday evening grade: Joseph Kling. Robert Rohr I past, but a real team. Fey Hobbs of Miami are visiting Mrs. e e
'
In honor of Mr. and Mrt. er. -First grade: Lloyd Field, John i* behind the movement and ray McKty'i mother, Mr*. F. M. Hunt" A Miami paper recently made
:Amos Carter, Miss Grace Carter Grubbs, Carl Roger know baseball ." the startling statement that a
ud Bruce Carter . ." I -". Icw J. Tatham of Saglnaw I wealthy New Yorker came her
-"Win. Erpenbacb left Tuesday Mar; 14, mi"Florida Mich., has purchased the I. R. THE MAIL BOX with 1150,000 Intending to buy

for Tampa on business. City la returning to Matthew property at Redland..." I real estate, He fell In with turn
-"The Bank of Homestead ii It* former high standing among -The local bootlegging fraternity of the numerous "night spots"with
finishing ill I NO SCANDALEditor
Improvem.nt'work, the towns of Dade County,with the received quite a .bock on a gambling annex and lost all
and the mason Ia 1 busily touchingup inauguration of electric service 1 Saturday; night last when four : Leader-Enterprise: 1 but $10.000 of It before friend

the front" I I"Churcb last Wednesday. At that time the men, giving the names of S. w.Wfllcott An unusual scene was depictedat rescued him. And then are torn
road, ReclJan which I line was connected with the Homestead I S. Wescott, C H Dowel the winter horn of Mr. and people who argue that gamblingis
has been in bad shape, owing to' plant and the street light and W. H. Lowe, were picked up I: Mn. Hollister Sag on King's a good thing for the town.
heavy log hauling was plowed and formally turned on. The con at the mouth of the Florida City 11! ; e e e
graded this week bjr the county tractors, Dillon & Schneider turned canal by Deputy Sheriff C. D.wed-ding!I Chictgo't weather chief Inventedthe

machine I the completed poles and line equipment 't.rd Bryant who had been I!:touring cars arrived within ten word "frizzle" to describe
-"Joe Power 1* laying the,' over to the town. The scarifying the preceding'day 'minutes of each other from a point their freezing drizzle By that
foundation of a milk house for his and grading of the street it received a tip that I boat 300 miles up the state and drove or any other name It wear one
dairy which will be a model being actively pushed, and sooo would land tome whiskey at the II Into the grove A* their passengers to a frazzl
one . I Florida City will have all Its mouth of the canal Saturday evening alighted, three grown men, I e e e
-"After tome week of luffer streets oiled in the most approved so accompanied by his brother from the North, fervidly greeted Washington tax gossips say
tog In hit home at Homestead, at I 'citified style . Already many W O. Bryant, where he met and kissed the hostess, and the host Congress I* running around in
8 a. m. March 30th, 1921, the I are planning to build now that three car, a Ford, i Studebakerand t smiled no protest.In circle trying to find a source
spirit of our friend and brother the work of improvement Is showIng a It was found that the group were a lady from from which to derive the 39 billion
Ceo. W. Lowe, returned to the':, results. B. A. Farnham has I they had 28 sacks full of liquor, Massachusetts, one from Indians dollar to spend on w,r.preparation
Cod who gave it He wa* born sold 'The Nutmeg to H. J. Brock- a total of about 37 cases, valued at and a third from North Caro- during the next two years,
at Baldwin, Florida. July 23th,'I ett and this summer will build a i about $120,000. , ." lina. The cars had been separated and declaring "The little man will
18SX and lived there the larger modern bungalow on the corner of -"... Elizabeth Bangs, who for several hours and all hands have to carry the burden What'
:portion of his 11... Seven yean Eighth and Broadway.: H. J. has had a number of yean experience were enthusiastically happy to Dew about that* Hain't he always
ago he came with his family to Brockett's house is nearly completed in English work, both in meet again to unexpectedly. One don that
Homestead . Mr. Low leaves
awife and the Wm. Jackson borne and out of Florida took charge last of the three brother and the lady
and, five three ton and a daughter living la almost ready for occupancy. Monday of the English departmentof from Massachusetts excitedly any state of the Union outilde
children having pre Showing their confidence in the the Homestead High School" i flew Into tacit other** arm and this glorious Sunshine State
ceded him to the grave. The children future of Florida City, Dillon and performed osculatory exercises, or WINTER
ark I --Mr. and Mr*. Or Neff are : RESIDENT.
living J. S. Lowe
Laws, B. r. Lowe, and Louie, Loweof C. B. Schneider, who are doing the back after three .weeks' stay; m in other words, ,t f/tiued warmly. I Homestead, Apr. 4, IHI.IDR.LA.BERGER.
Homestead Mr O. C. street and light work, hive pur Miami. 'J'biy.i1J; late soon for They bad b*!n neighbor In. the
; Plummerof
chased 11 acres from J. B. Caves, north for more tMaA-forty years.
the
a trip through state,after which
Miami '
and C. T. Lowe Of
Nat .. Key just west of Cave, avenue,' and they win return' to -spend a few There wa no scandal connected
will begin soon the work of clearing month more .* with all this fervor, and til were I
"Council .
met in regular ...
grading and otherwise improving I "Som. more than sixty year of age, to
ton time ago the Homestead
on Monday'night.March 21 DentistOffice
expecting to make a do not let any cold northerner look
in the town but I Iwat I Building' Jk: Loan Association offered
hall
a quorum I I model subdivision. Oiled streets, askance at this item. Most of the
not I a series of prize for the
obtained
= The
regular
sidewalks and had their child- I
ornamental trees participants tpent Roars 8:30-1:30
"Ten Best Reason Why Citizen
meeting held
was Friday and parkway will be planted." hood together in a New York vil
of South Dade
the 25th Should Place Their
when the .venln"I -"County Commissioner Redd lage.It. Open l....... by AmeteteseM
Money with the Homestead Building
matter
taken I
wa
up. is the I doubtful if such Jollification
having Florida City, canal a
nately there were no bid for the At Loan Association. The First National Bank
I:road put into "navigable shape it could have taken place In i
bonds, at the bond market I* still contestants were to be member
having previously been not only of the Homestead and Redland Building
appointed rocky, but too narrow at places Farm Life schools, the following READ THE WANT-ADS I
I for cart to pas The road will be I
Caskill. ."was present at the meetIng made 24 feet wide to the bay, the
first mile and a half being convpteted. I
"Boll of honor for the weekending 1 Mr Redd also reports that .
March 25th: (Homestead Krome venue will be oiled next

school): Senior claw: Stella Hook, month, as soon as oil can be obtained small when Pontiac
Lois Moaer, Vemie Rohrer, Harry . .". Why buy a car
Webster. Junior claw: Mary "Little Henry Martin, the Infant
Dickinson George Whittemore. son of Mr. and Mr, Charles '
Sophomore class: 'Cornelia CuUv O. Martin died at the horn of prices begin at
berth Nina Drew.-AIverda
Selby Mrs. Martin' parents, Mr.. and .
:Ailed r
T1bbltl'Marj Tower Froths Mrs:A. O. Morgan, Monday moming. -
Man daD: Irma Shaw, .Anna . ." ," 1Wo:1dn'e .
.
Syket,.Wattle Lou.Theu Eighth: .' -Tomatoei arc again moving / bar a
io cai M-I art
grade: Helen Brooker, Kathryn
briskly from the Homestead ,district
Drew. RIta Fitch, Corbett Geiger, in spite of the rains of two a mall ODe if pus knew hoe
Fay Hamon, Martha Jeffrey, Preston weeks ago. Last week the shipments could afford ht Theo UMCO 4'

Loveland, Anletta McCullougn were twenty-three can to this Poodac TbrMdo" ., ;
Jennie Sue Norton, Astrid Prom, I from the larger houses, betides price are only slightly cabs[ i
Ollle Robertson, Rose Tower, Eddie : !several from private shippers. IBM those of the well-known ''0

Norton. Seventh grade Essie I This week thirty-six to forty can small cart. And owner* say 1. !'.
Geiger, Etta Barry Mayea, Arthur I will roll, which I* not much compared f that Pontiac operating cost +
McCullough Lulu Prom. Louise to last season ." mal dM Iowe.L Why bar a ; o v
WaUtm. fifth grade: Lois t"News I has been received of I J mall car when you can own '

Elsie Campbell, Velma Harkness, the death of Mrs. Fred Lucas at I s Poatiac r'P oe pedo"t _
Mary ElIzabeth Krome Lldda Ann
t
DUvJt p" Mick.tftminl .
tlt
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Lee, Earl Matthews; Beth Moffett,
Ruth Howry, John Tower. Fourth Naze Iq utifmtmlriti
grade: Lucille Bells, Jimmy Bra Tomer's; Funeral Utae *tr*.

Users, Lucy Myrtle Carmkhaal,, NoD AMSCLAftCE 8E1Y1CI -j< Mildred Conner, Mildred Fisher,
Carrie Fitzgerald, Elbert Froscher: Lady AtteadaBi
Weston Fuller, Gwendolyn Hiner, Phone 544-R Homestead, Fla.
Hazel Hook Barney Murphy. Hat-



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.!probably be bitten or if one touched
ALL SPIDERSHARMLESS I the web in such a way as to vibrate -


II l Homestead High-Lights II SAVE I and therein bile It as the him would spider before an might she insect perceived'rush caught out


her mistake. The black widow is
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BLACK WIDOWBy not particularly rare and the comparative -
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: ; SENIORS SKIP I Y. M. C. A, who conducted their 'Ponce Tennis Match Is rarity of her bites 1* due

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meeting to the above hablti.
The president of the club ls Won by Teresa Redd J. R. Waboet Another group of spider which

DAY TRIP ENDS I Charles Connor; the vicepresident I "Ditto Miss Muffet Mt on a tuf- have a bad reputation, most of It
Barney Godwin; and the sec- Wednesday the tennis team fet eating' her curds and whey," unjust in the so-called "tarantu
Elmer Martin. played Pone de Leon. Although runs the old nursery rime, "Along ."
There
,retary-tressurer, las are many large spidery
OVER CAMP FIREBy they beat u* six: to one our team came a spider and Mt down beside that go under this name These w*

I Selma Mendelson WinsIn !played a grand game of tennis. her and frightened Miss Muf- can "tarantula are mostly Inhabitants -

: Teresa Redd won the only fet away" My topic I* the foolishness of the tropics and subtropics -

KatherlM Orfanedea and Annual Spelling Bee. match for our girls. She won from of Miss Muffet In allowing Including the Gulf states

Edward TomerUa : Maybelle Baldwin (Baldy), 71. herMit to be scared out of her'I and the arid southwest The larg-

I By Auubelle Peter Several of the matches were called dinner by a harmless spider, The i'lest of these and probably th.lar-
Amid shouts and laughter the
Lewis Eaker had charge of the because of the darkness. spider must have been harmlessfor est spider in the world Is the so-
\ seniors of Homestead High took
devotional services Tuesday as The game Thursday with Miami the only dangerous spider Miss; called "bird spider whose body
French leave Monday and clambered
aboard a truck bound for-' sembly. Songs were sung by the High was postponed and will be Muffet could>> hive met In these get to be almost two Inches long. .
student body and conducted by played later on this week. parts Is the black widow. The'" II
They get their name from the fact
Creynolds Park. Upon
arriving Mr*. Mill The girls win go to West Palm black widow don not to gadding I I'that
I to kill
there, many rented boats, other they are reputed. young
) Mr. Blackburn had charge of th.pro..m Beach for their game farthered over the grass, but Is strictly a''
had a refreshing swim and a few bJdl.!
from home.
home her entire
which was the annual body spending
I preferred to tee the park and To this group belong the "trip-
time In her nest except when she
spelling bee contest The fifth, I
take pictures of the many beautiful door" spiders which are occasionally -
sixth, seventh and eighth grades JVOOD COLLECTORS BUSY ls a very young spider and looking -| I
naturalistic trails. In Florida but
seen more com
participated in the contest By Evelyn Syke for a home slu Now insteadof
But the nomadic urge was upon :monly the southwest They make
The judge Miss Behrens, running away, Miss Muffet
u*. We had to go elsewhere and, were The Wood Collector Club has burrows In the ground which they
Mrs. Mr. Hindman, Mr. should have gone on eating her I
I see more! All out for 79th street I I Bleler. collected ten or more different (line with silk for the double pur-
Hester, Mn. Becker, Miss Cook, dinner and watching that spider
kinds of wood.
Among these are
and the beachl Her all the happy pose of keeping sand from filling
.1 gang enjoyed lunch. After much and Mrs. Murphy.The iron wood, the hardest and heaviest I 1carefully. She probably valuable would'I them up and to supply a ladder so
winner of the contest>> was some things
wood. It inks It put In water.
enjoyment, much sunburn, and that they can quickly emerge This
about which would have
Selma Mendelson of the seventh I spiders I
much sand In our shoes we startedon There I* also the lightest wood, tube Is closed at the top, but the
later life We
grade and Mary Francis Byrd. Every limbo. helped her much In I
our homeward trek. gumbo I trap door I is made of silk and
shall what Miss Muffet mighthave !
contestant showed excellent see
Not satisfied, many decided to This Is an Interesting club and '!hinged on one side The spider Ilea
i learned, but first a word ori'
turn Indian for a few hours and spelling ability.Assembly was. dismissed with takes up" most of the boys' leisure two about the black widow which ,I I Ian II wilt just Inside this door for

cook their suppers over campfires time. any unlucky that might come
Miss Muffet did not see.
the singing of "The StarSp.naledBanner. I|
I out near the bay. ." In the first place she is well,I near. When It I Ia seen she Jumps
Mrs. T J. Bleler and Mrs, Ruth ELEMENTAL NEWS named. She if black and during out of her burrow and pounces

I Scott, chaperoned the group, and By Vary Khentf most of her life a widow, through'|I I upon her prey and drags It into

\ Rudolph Young drove the truck. II. H. Musicians Are Miss Jackson' pupils made Easter choice, for, as U the habit of many i the burrow. One of these tarantulas -

Rescued by PassersbyBy baskets in art. spiders, scarcely is the honeymoon I I| .. I* frequently shipped Into this

I Girl Invited to Join Mrs. Edward and pupil are over before she proceeds to eat'''(country on bunches of banana

Frances Rutland sorry to lose Anthony Wysackle her spouse. She Is shiny black I I(The danger from the bite of these
H. H. S. Girl Reserves
I who U for Massachusetts so-celled tarantulas has been grossly -
Various band and glee club leaving and smooth, that Is to say not covered ,
Miss has Easter '|I exaggerated. Those that have
Ray'i room a new with prominent hairs. SheIs
Br Evelyn Srket members received an unexpected been bitten by them say that the
when the border. Kenneth Crave won about half an Inch long when I I I
t 'OItle hard to and unwelcome delay the prize for making the best Easter full grown and the hind part of bite 1 11 not much worse than the
: :1n bus on which they were passengers
form Home- prick of a large needle.
bunny in art. In arithmeticthe her body Is almost spherics Although -
with two I
itead Mr*. Jones has charge of it suddenly grounded pupil are having fun learningto mostly black, there are I II An Interesting spider of this

and holds the meeting during the flat tire enrout tell time. James Fritter la wel- sum bright marks on her, red and group occasionally met In Florida

activity period on Wednesday. I I Ito I These the young musical people festival were held In comed back after a two-week ab I I yellow. The largest of these la i lIs, the purse-web spider This'

The Miami Ctrl Reserve are I Miami Friday, March 28. The sence. (hour glass shaped scarlet patch ::1 spider like the trap-door spider
planning a week-end picnic at Mr*. Hood's pupils have started her under side This mark will has a' burrow In the ground
Miami schoolsystem
to the
Snapper Creek Camp and haW Invited -I bus belonging driven driver a garden outside the room and at once single her out from any and from the entrance she build
was by a
the Homestead girl to Join Tech. The have already planted some seeds other spider. Black widows are I up the side of a tree a long narrow
from High. delay occurred -
them. This will take place on the South Miami. The pupils are also enjoying three found most commonly In a sheltered tubular web which i* often more

week-end of April 4. I near motorist to offer |'sets of new reader and torn new situation, in an out building than a foot long This co-called
stopped
Passing
Mrs. Julia R. M. McClain from aid and ih students library books. discarded tin cans, under boards, "pune 1 la fastened only at the top
*oon *
Miami will com>> down Wednesday ' The pupil In Mrs. Cooper' room etc. We have found them frequently -I and bottom so that if any luckless
were taken, a few at I time, to
to give the girl a talk. New Bayfront Park, where the have finished their study of Holland -I around the ban of a magnolia I Insect touches It, It will cause the
member are welcome. programwas and have web to vibrate the
I started a unit on among buttresses of ; whereupon
Officer were elected a* follows: in progress. Switzerland. Some nice compositions >> -I hu they get some protectionfrom :t spider rushes up the tube and bite

president, Fay Pierce; vicepresident were turned in on the work.I the weather. Here they can i the Insect through the silk wall. .

Shirley Danny; secretary, Home EC Girls Plan In Mn Bird' kite contest George construct their funnel shape web, A* U common with all spiders the ,I

Dorrls Ada Dodaon; treasurer Series of LuncheonsBy Dlck llOll'a kite flew the highest, loosely woven. Although her bite! bite soon paralyzei the Insect. She

Elizabeth Peterson. and Betty Irene Simmons' kite was Is serious, the black widow can' then cuts the silk wall of the purse

Oracle Trcla chosen as the prettiest scarcely be called a dangerous animal i drags the insect Inside, proceed

Edison High RalliesTo In Mn Moeer's room they have In the first place they are to suck its body fluids, and then
On April IS tenth grade girls
elected the following .officers: very loath to bite. They probablynever discards the carcass and repairs )
Defeat Homestead are going to serve Mr. Turner, Mr. "
Hindman'and the trustees.,'Mr, president, Winifred Dantey; vice- would wantonly attack a the slit In the wall of her home.

president, Charles Martin; secretary person, but if one accidentally This group of spiders la charac-
Campbell, Mr. Geronimo and Mr.
Last
Friday the Homestead baseball Skill ,' Gene Reynold The room I squeezed_a black widow, he would (Continued on Page Twelve)_
team played Edison on the .
Is decorated>> with a pretty border of
Lemon City field and lost 7 to I. Beginning April 14 a erica of Dutch boys and girls and tulip
luncheons Is to be served to all
It was Homestead' second start
Barbara Joan Smith from Mn
I after losing to Miami High I to O.Homeate.d men on the faculty, Mr. Black. Wynn'l room won Mrs. Blrdi

got off to a good burn, Mr. Hester Mr. Bleler Mr. poster contest.with a free-ham

start made a run In the second Hindman, Mr. Wakefield and Mr.

inning and led 1 to 0 tin the fifth Rice. poster.The .fifth and sixth grades are KEY POSITIONS j

inning when Edison mad threeruns. Thursday evening, March 27, the working for point againsteach

In our half of the fifth, Homestead home ee girl took part other. Point are given for perfect
Richard Cave knocked a two-bat I in the fashion show held at Bay-
I pipers, clean desks, perfect
front Park. Mrs. Becker' two ARE OPENING.
hit which scored two run The attendance etc. At the end of the : . :

I core remained } up until the baskets of hollyhock were very year the side with fewer point hat
eighth when Edison hit a thre much appreciated and added muchto
I to give the other side a' party
base hit with the base loaded. the colorful>> surrounding of girls

j Fred Fuch who had been pitchingwas that modeled play clothe, "sleepy : Young people are faced with great

relieved by Caves. baby" pajamas, school clothes,I

I The Edison game was a big Improvement travel and sport clothes, and over opportunity to serve their country. Bus-

I over the Miami High alls.
gam la the Miami High game iness is on the upward swing demanding '.

i Homestead got three hit and was
M and better trained Secretarial
help. -
t struck out 13 times, while In the Let Us Auto-Sway Your more ;

t f Edison game Homestead got I hit and accounting positions will be ;
and struck out ten time
Squeaks Away filled soon. :

Puma VISITS ra-T CLUBBy

Evelyn .,kea REMAND SERVICE STATION Now is your time to prepare. Our ,:

Th Hi-Y Club members were "Sparay ..... Fret. individualized
training plan qualifiesyou
glad to have with them last Wednesday ruder AT*. Mwry It -**. Fla.

Mr. James H. Plea, boys' H-iiom SERViCE PHONE tin for that key position. You may :

work secretary, from the MiamiDR.
never hate the opportunity that will be i:

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Friday. Anril 4.1941. THE

1 Camber on Biscayne drive several! and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frostof Industrial TrainingGiven ;
day last week. Mr. Dornan 1* an I North Haven Conn.. arrived CCC Enrollees
Instructor In the United State Supnday for a short visit with
and Jll'oundHomestead Naval Academy at Annapolis. friends. They spent Monday and -
In
( Tuesday in Key Welt and left Jacksonville, Fla, Apr. *-
I Mr H. W. Edward of Coral Wednesday for the North. (Special)-All young white men
Gable wa a guest of Mill Helen' resident In Dade County, who are-
Moye Tuesday night Use Dorothy Taylor of Winston- unemployed and between the
I Salem N. c.. arrived Tuesday for age of IT and 23'i year, are offered -
j :Mr. and Mrs. Leon Irwin of a visit with her brotherinlawand another opportunity to enroll
Homestead announce the birth of sister Mr. and ),fn. Roy NelUMn. In the Civilian Conservation
1 a six-pound fourteen-ounce son Corp
Cordon Ivey left Tuesday on a taken to her home In Blakely Ga.i In the James Archer Smith Ho*. H. N. Link of Detroit visited I The second quarterly enrollment
live-day business trip to Gaines- by Mr. Lawrence last Thursday.pital Monday. Mrs. Irwin 1* the front Tuesday till Thursday at the of the year will be held on Apr.
vllle. Mn. Ivey and their little Mr. Lawrence spent the weekendwith former Miss Beatrice Wilson home of Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Shield IS, according to announcement .
daughter, Lou Ann, accompanied his son Edwin, a student at today of Jack Horne, state welfare
him ai far ai West Palm Beach University of Georgia at Athena. I Mn. Vernon Beecham left Sunday Mrs. Alma Doxsee and children board director of CCC selection,
where they will viiit Mr*. lve)"'. for Anniston, Ala. to Join her moved Tuesday from Homesteadto who stated that Florida' quota Is
cousins Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bur- Joe Dalgle, a student at Cornell husband who la employed there. their borne in Florida City I I sufficiently large to assure the
nett until Mr. Ivey's return. University, Is spending the spring selection of all eligible who apply.
. .. holidays with his parent, Mr. and Robert Stone of Topeka, Kant, Mrs. A. B. Longhorn and children -|I Applications should be filed at
Mr. and Mn. J. R. Brook and Mrs. Louis Daigl at Aladdin. was a week-end guest of Mrs. Marjorte Audrey and Wayne, the local welfare office.
Mn. E. L. Krone of Ridgewood, City. Thelma Yancey and Mn. Ora I will leave soon for Fort Pierce|I I Enrollers, In"'addition to an ai-
N. J. pent last week-end visitIng Frazeur. Mr. Stone, who flew to where they will join Mr. Langhamwho cured minimum income of $30 a
Mn. B. A. LIndeman at Liar' Miss Daisy Mangua of Birmingham. Havana aa a delegate to a lawyer's Is employed there I j jMn. month,, plus lustlnance, medical
Lair on Lindeman Key. Mn. Ala. is visiting her lster-ln- convention, I* a brother-in-law of I I and dental care, will have the opportunity -
Brook, Mn. Krone, Mn A. A. law, Mr*. C. W. Mangus, In Home Mn. Frazeur. I S. J. Bushea of Buford to train themselves la
Payne and Mn. J. E. Fritter of stead. I Ga, will leave soon for her home'' useful skills. Home said. The
Kansas City spent Wednesday in Mb Dorothy Phillips of Toronto after a visit with her son-in-law 'I corps, he explained la offering
Key West Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Blake of Canada, la visiting Mr. and Mn and daughter, Mr. and Mn. Paul training to those with especial
South AUapattah Garden had a* H. K. Foulk and Mr. and Mn. Jack Haley. I.Ptltudt" In a variety of skills,
Mr. and Mrs. Waudell Peeplesare week-end guest Mr. and Mn. Polk. I r such as operation and maintenance
announcing the birth of a.Ix.pound Fred Lee of Concord, Ga. 1 Mr. and Mn. Sam LaRocco and of truck, tractor and other automotive
. thirteen-ounce son In Mrs. Annie Fullerton of Macon sons left Thursday for their homeIn equipment, use of explos
the James Archer Smith Hospital Mn. Teresa Marsh of Long Ga. visited Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Oswego, N. Y, Mr. LaRocco Ivet, electric wiring, photography,
Saturday. Mn. Peeple is the Beach, Cal. arrived this week to Brown Wednesday. farmed here this winter. |I t[blue printing, drafting, typing,
former Miss Esther Pope. spend several month with :Mr.Marah's I radio and cooking.
parent, Mr. and Mn. C. Mr*. Virgil Lyon Is expected to I Mr. and Mn. S. Demere and I i| As a result of this training,
Jo*. HoUerty Firman, Byron C. Mann, of Homestead. return the tint of nevt week from children of Chokoloakee, Fla, many enrollers have gone direct
moved Into the Wm. J. Geronimo
Bell and Wm. Kroneweyer, students Andrew, S. C, where she wa from camp to Jobs In Industrail
from Ambent College, R. E!. Anderson, night policeman, house on Palm avenue recently.
called three week ago by the illness I I!plant which are working on natIonal -
Mau, arrived Friday to visit Mr. underwent a major operation in of her mother, Mrs R. E. Dan Bonadeo who spent the win- ;, defense order, Horne accented -
Firman's grandparent, Mr. and the James Archer Smith Hospital Ward, who I* now Imporved In ter in the Schutt garage ',! ,
:Mr. J. M. HoUerty. The three yesterday.Mr. apart-I'
health. ment left Tuesday for j jI I I There are 44 CCC central repair -
boy are pending a few day In I I
located throughout the
Cuba. and Mn. D. Searcy and I Ijlllla I Grover Becker' Fred Barker and shop
Mr. H. M. Lyon of Longview Is
I II ('[country, he atated. one of which I*
son, Donald, who have been making -
bed with bronchial ailment.
a em-played
In Florida. Florida Horn
Mr*. J. D. Redd la a patient In their home on Avocado drive I In Key West spent the camps .
the James Archer Smith Hospital. left Wednesday for Fresno, Cal. week-end In town. stated/orm a complete radio network
where they will make their homo FLORIDA CITY 'I( linking each to the' other
I Mr/and Mrs. Phillip Natoll and and linking all the camp wtlh
Harvey Rue and H. H. Graham, [ Py Mrs. W. W. Sever
Jr. arrived from Gainesville Mr. and Mn. Curtis E. Lee had daughter, Mary Jane, and Mr. and i I I CCC district headquarters.
Wednesday spend a few d'Y'1 a* guest Mar. 17 Mr. and Mn. Mrs. Frank Cucurenetto left Tuesday !
with their parent, Mr. and Lee McNally of Louisville, Ky, Mr*. Harold Lowenthal and son. for Oswego, N. Y. for Cllntonvllle, Conn. They plan
Frank B. Rue and Mr. and ::1H. 1'and Mn. Lout McNeal of Miami Buddy, will leave Friday for Mid-i Rice and to go by way of New Orleans. :
H. Graham of Naranja dletown, Conn. They have spent, Mr. Emma her father, -
Clayton Collins and Joe Borrick several months here visiting Mn.: Frank Snow, will leave Saturdayfor Ira. Clara Mastixer and S. E. ('I
J. E. Gauzens left Tuesday on who have spent the farming sea Lowenthal' parents, Mr and Mrs.' their home in North Branford, Munion of Miami were weekendgvxsts 1
business that will take him' to son In South AUapattah Gardens H. J. Brocket I Conn. of Mr. and Mn. R. W. Mul-
various parts of the country left yesterday for Portland, Me. I
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through the summer. Mr. and Mn. George E. Bassett, Wm. Birdsey will leave Monday *

Mr. and Mn. Claude Dalgle of -
Mrs. F. B. Waktfleld of .Apalachicola South Allapattah Gardens will
who with her ton, John, leave today to spend several
has been Spending several week month In Portland, Me.
In Miami la visiting this week in
Homestead with another son and Jolyene Mock daughter of Mr. ...
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mn. and Mn. F. D. Mock, was returned -
Geo. N. Wakefield. to her home from the James
Archer Smith Hospital where she -
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'Miss Jane received treatment for minor UseRedland
Gatlln, a student atWesleyan
I burns received when a kettle of
College In Macon, and
two classmates, Miss Helen Farm scalding water was spilled on her.

er and Miss Mary Louis Davis,
arrived Saturday to visit Miss' Jack Turner who has spent a
Gatlln' parent, Dr. and Mn. B week in Homestead with his parents -
E. Catlin, during the spring holiday Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Q. Turn- Brand
*. : eer, left Sunday to resume his
studies a* a Junior at Duke Uni .

Mrs. Nellie B. Bridge who has versity.Mr. .
spent several month In Homestead
with her son-in-law and daughter and Mn. Milo Dornan of
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I . . Social Events in South Dade . . I




:MISS RUTH FOX IS ELECTED PRESIDENT MRS. FRANK WEBB TELLS UNIVERSITY

I: OF HOMESTEAD'S LEGION AUXILIARY: The CalendarApr. I CLUB THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN ART I

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HIM JluUt Fox: wa elected preildeat .Mr*. Harold Sheffield. secretary;: Homestead Woman's Mn. Frank Webb spoke on American (The meeting win be held la the
ef the Woman' Auxiliary Of and Mn. Frank: B. Rue, "treasurer Club bridge party in clubhouse at art at the meeting of the Neva King Cooper School eudlItorlum -
John O. Salley Pert it I meeting Officers re-elected art: Mn I o'clock. I University Club *t the home of I and member are asked
held Wednesday evening in L*- Jesse Gosemaa, historian; Mr*. H. Apr. Meeting of the Episcopal Mn. W. B. Mill Wednesday even- to bring guest*-as many M they
afla Hall Mia Fox: who was H. Ewing: chaplain; and Un 00. Auxiliary In church at I o'clock. Ing. Showing reproduction of wish.
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president ef DM auxiliary to 1Mueceeds W. Turner,' Jr. aerput.t..nM.Pramt Apr. T-Meeting of HomesteadArt the work of each artist touched on, Mn. T. J. HId er, program chairman
kin. Lamar Kendrick at the meeting ware: Club's palatine claw in Chamber she traced the art history from announced that the May
who served' for t year and I ball Mn. Kendrick, Un. Norman, 6t Commerce it 2 o'clock. its beginning in colonial times to meeting win be a pot-luck dinner
Other MW officers art: Mr*. Mri. OoMmaa bits Ewing Mn. Apr. Meeting of Garden Club the founding of the real Americanart meeting at till Dome of Mr. and
J:. J. Norman, Jr, viee-prmldent; Sheffield, Mn. Rue and Mitt Fos at Derbyshire home la Florid movement about tea or twelve Mrs .Polk on King Highway,
City.: yean ago. Mn. Lawrence Becker, West Hu.bl"cI'ot member, she
REDLAND HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB Apr. Mttiflf of Junior Wo- the president presided. aid, will be pedal guest at tM
I. I maa'f Club In clubhouM. During the business session the May meeting, and Mrt. E. B. Blackburn -
HOLDS ANNUAL EXHIBIT OF HANDIWORK Apr. '-Meeting of Bow Book club unanimously passed a resolution win be co-hostess. Electionof
Club. approving the state bar as- officer will precede the din

A short program oa "Better at follows: Apr. ft-Meettng of Redland P. sociation's bill relating to the right ner.
Care of Clothing" was presentedby Home grown fruits: lit, Mn. W. T. A. at I o'clock to the Redland of married women in Florida. Mn. Mill and Mn. Bevo Webb,
the clothing chairman, Mrt.Clias. D. Mahsn; 2nd, Mn. Seymour school auditorium. Mn. Ivan Moser was made a the hostesses, served a gnp Ice.
Lair, at a meeting of the Dane. I Apr. -Meetlng of Redland W. member of the club. Mn. George Present were: Mn. Becker, Mn
Redland Home DemonstrationClub Home grown citrus fruit: Mn. S. C. S. at home of Mn. Thomas L. Polk was named 'chllrmaft of Bleier, Mn. Oeo. D. Ruehle, Mn.
held In connection with the I Dane. .Brewer. the membership committee which ;W. R. Bird Mn. Lonnle Hood,
annual exhibit Friday afternoonIn Dozen eggs: Mn. J. D. Wysong.Cut Apr. 1ft-Meeting of Presbyterian Includes also Miss Lois Behrens, Mn. R J.II.rter. Mn. J. O. Wynn,
the Redland Community flowers: Mrs. J. A. Rother Auxiliary. Mn. Lonnle Hood and Mn. H. Q. Mn. B. M. Hindman, Mn. Frank
Church Mrs. J. D. Wytong, i Apr. 11-Meeting of the Arem Thurman.A Webb, Mr*. Bevo Webb, Mr*.
president, presided. I ham.Mixed cut flowers: Mrs. A. D. Club with Mn. Ouul Joiner. Pan-American film will be Mills, Mn. Polk, Mn. H. G. Thur-
Miss Eunice Grady, county home Brannen. Apr. 11-Woman's Club bridge shown at the next meeting, Wednesday man Mr. Ben Archer and Miss
demonstration agent, urged members Potted plant suitable for houseor party in clubhouse at S o'clock. Apr. 30, it wa decided. Lois Behren -
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to attend the clothing clinicto porch: Mrs. E. A. Carter. Apr. 11-Meeting of Princeton
be held In Miami next Tuesday Jar of fruit: Mn. Mahsn. Horn Demonstration Club at horn HOMESTEAD HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB
Wednesday and Thursday. Jar canned vegetables: Mn. J. of Miss Jean Coldren at 2 o'clock. I I
Mn. Seymour Dane, garden Lawrence Scott Apr. 12-Legion Auxlllary'i HOLDS EXHIBIT AND LUNCHEON MEETING
chairman, announced that a new Special merit for exhibit of white elephant and rummage sale --
booklet, "Raising Papayas", Ifaw three Jars, fruit vegetables and I in Leaner building. I Miss Eunice Grady, county home Bread: Mn. O. M. Cooper.
In the club file available for meat, to be used a* emergency I Apr. 14-Election meeting ot demonstration agent displayed Cotton dress: Mn. A. D. Smith.
he members. meal: Mn. Wysong. I Monday Mutltf Club at home otMn. I fabric sample at a luncheon and Thrift dress Mr. Smith.
The group decided to hold.a work I I Homemade jelly. : Mn. Rother J. D. Redd. exhibit meeting of the Homestead Suit or coat for boy under It
meeting for making knitted, ere* ham. Apr. IJ-Elecuon of officers of Home Demonstration Club Fridayin and for girl under 10: Mrs Cooper.
dieted and hooked rugs oa April I Homemade marmalade or preserves Woman' Club of the Redland the Future Farmer clubhouse. Homemade bat: Mn. Smith.
U la the church. | : Un. Carter, Mn. Ratheri Apr. II-Meeting Of Homestead Mn. Goo.-N. Waketield president Crayon wan hanging: Mr*.
Mn. 3. Lawrence Scott gm OnVkrtery ham and Mrs. Wysoag each first P. T.A. presided.It Smith.
of the song, "Dixie" and I i I I Citrus products; Mr*. Carter, Apr. 11-Work meeting of It was decided that a work meet Block print: Mrs, Smith.
the though for the day. |I Mrs. Rothernaaa and Mn. Wysong, Homestead Home DenorfctraUon Ing for making clothe bag and Italian clay worki Mn. Smith.
Present at the meeting were: each first I club at I SO in T. T. A. clubhouM. I other closet furnishing wID ,be
Mn. ft J. Armstrong, Mn. Adolph|I Homemade pickle: Mrs. A. W. Apr. It-Work meeting of Red held April 1ft. All Interested ia Wood tray Mr Smith.
Lopes Mrs. W. W. Hastings, January. and Home Demonstration Club in this work were asked to consult ,Yard marker:' Mn, Smith. ,
Margaret Han-old, Mrs. E, T, KI'I.I|I Standard loaf bread: Mrs.. Car Redland Community Church. :'141'1. A. D. Smith.A Special merit exhibit for hand!*)
Mrs. X. A Carter, Mn. Seymour ter.Rolls Apr. 11-Luncheon meeting of I covered-dish luncheon wa craft: Mn. Smith and Mrs: Cooper.
Dane Mrs. J. A. Rotherham, Mn.I. I : MrBrannn. I Homestead. B. P. W. C at 12 o'- served at noon. Suggestion for "I{ Club camp
D. Wysong, Un. A D. Braanea, I Fancy roll using tropical products ,clock. Honor were awarded a* follows handicraft: Mrs. Smith and Mr*.
Mn. Lair, Mn. A. W. January, : Mn. Rotherham. Apr. 24-Meeting! of DorcatClau : Cooper.
Mn. E. A. Barnes, Mrs. Scott and Cake using citrus product: Mn. with Mn. W. B. Cave .
Miss Estelle Turner. Rotherham. Apr. 2J-Meeting of HomesteadArt
Prizes at exhibit were awarded Other baked article of special Club at home of Mrt. Henry JFF if
merit: Mrs. Carter.Crystallized iueia at I o'clock.:
fruit: Airs. Apr. Homeitead band and
...s. 1. M. HOLFERIY I ham. glee club concert in Neva King
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Thrift dress or suit: 'Rother-I I Cooper School at 8 o'clock.: I
Mrs. J. M. Holterty was honored Lair. Apr. 30--Meeting of University :
on her birthday anniversary| Homemade bat of coconut fi- Club In Neva King Cooper auditorium ..IT fetti .*.. treat* *rrt* ted ><<-? Ba* at.ft
I Tuesday with a luncheon and ber: Mn. Rotherham. for Pan-American moving
surprise handkerchief shower I I I Italian clay work: Mn. Dane.Huck picture program.May .
given by Mn. D. P. Blake at the I towel purse or shoppingI -Music and speech festival DIXIE DRUGJACK
: Blake home' la South Allapattah bag: Mn. Carter. for South Dade in Perrine. I
:. Gardens. I Tooled copper picture: Mrs Car May Meeting of Homestead POLK HOWARD JOHNSON
The guests spent the afternoon ter. P. T. A. executive committee ia Hea44 Fla. Pfc M* M a4 f IN
; ..wllI,. ,I I Exhibit mad from *ckr. UrvBrannen. ,home economics rooms at I p. m.I
: Q1..n.1J't laid for Mrs. J.'( Oalr few dan left Mila",. Get your share of the Mr values now '
f A. Ricks, Mn. T. L. Hodges, Mrs.1 Special merit on handicraft article 'phaa's home In St. Petersburg: i being tiff end during this Spring Clearance Sale Many sew value '
: X R. Hicksoa Mn. Emma Hick- : Mrs. Cart.r.SUII"tloa .
Mn. Present were: Mr. and Mn. Dave I for our customer;Remember the"..rt, blrdi rettae belt nine
; son, Carl F. Robinson, Mn. for 4-H Club
camp Ia, Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mn. Joiner,
Frank Robinson. Mrs. R. E. TroUt handicraft work Mrs. A. E. Mn. Turner, Mrs. Meybem, Mill TM sale for tonsvmtn only.
: r, Mn. .A. r. Darling Mn. Barnes I Turner, Misses Esther: and Helen
Claude Dalgle, Mn. Vane Harris, -
I Livingston and Mn. Katz.
: Mrs. HoUerty and Mrs. Blake. I ertnit1l'lal
COMMITTEES APPOINTEDFOR Mn. Joiner will be the club
lira. R. Y. Burr sent a gift
hostess 11.
AKEME on Apr.
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I Mill Esther Livingston, president VleI
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SOCIETY of Areme Club of Ad Ann 'IIE WANT-ADS
: SENDS 60 PIECES ACROSS I Chapter of the O. E. S, appointedthe } No need to have a half douse different
: Sixty articles have been knittedor following committees at a brands ef tooth past Just get Brittn. It
sewed together by member of I I meeting of the club Friday eveningat I pleases the whole family with its delightful
taste and extra cleansing gave .
the local unit of the British War i Avocado Lodge: bylaws, Mn. S power ,toe.Britei
Relief Society and sent with those ; A. R. Meybem, Mrs. Cussle Joiner TOOTH
4It the Miami Beach branch to England. -; and Mrs Oeo. W. Turner, Jr4 25 ,
visiting Mr. Sam J. Davis, Mia [
Mrs. C. W. Mangus local chairman I Fat elle Turner and Miss Helen 'r1 THI:IsatlrootIa
reports that twenty more ar.tides Livingston; and publicity, Min I
f are out and should be completed Helen Livingston.The /
Metal BED LAMPS
within the next few days.Anyone other officers of the club
who has finished articles recently elected, are: Mr. Turner, 1 Chocolate-coated balk that Choice ef Walnut. 6'A' ft.
.r anyone who wishes material vice-president; Mrs. Davis. sec aid a I la pleasant. evercemtng and effective to eti- Bronte .r Imy CORD
to make article 1* requested to go. retary "and Mrs. Herbert Katz, Knlsh.H foot cord .
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'to the home of Mrs. Uaagu at treaevrer. paUon.ARACRAN and J....
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[ MRS. GEO. D. RUEHLE IS INSTALLED I! .. "

:I PRESIDENT OF PRESBYTERIAN GROUP ] GLASSES i


I F Events I i I Mrs. president Ceo. D. Ruehle of the Woman'sAuxiliary was-Installed 'IF.,-Frank Robinson O. Hathaway, treasurer hl.torlalf ; and Mn'l. 'i -Te Accurate VisionDr.RF.Stebbins Enjoy 't .,r

of the Homestead Presbyterian I I 1 f Mn Joel J. Robinson conducted i
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Church by the Rev Ceo.1 the Bible lesion study after thejustness ;
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H. *, pastor, *t a ceremony In session. I I
HOMESTEAD ART CLUB HEARS TALK I ;eB church Mir. 27. Other officers I I Present were: Mn. A. F. Dar-j
Installed were: Mr*. C. Ben: ling Mrs T. U Hodges, Mrs. J. AI t ,
ON ART AS APPLIED TO LANDSCAPESArt Plumrocr vice-president; Mr*. N.1' Ricks. Mn. R. C. Jackson Mrs]

Van Geldren, secretary; Un. Carl Gordon West, Mrs. Gordon E. Dill,i so" viske
a* applied to landscapes' from China Mr*. Webb said. Mrs A. A. Payne, Mrs. Wm. Louna- : grosser, -LA-es Me, Le.r i ip.yr.a
will the club Mrs Ceo. U. Frtck Mn. in .wt A.t asset
give ,
wa the theme of a talk by Geo. Mr. McIntyre DR. T. O. RUSE TO 8FEAK berry yew i
a painting to sell to start Its building AT W. M. D. MEETING W. H. Owen, Mrs. Grace Me- 'II
,
N. Wakefield, vocational agriculture fund, Mn. Ben 'Archer, the Lellan Smith, Mrs. Mary Amber-
Circle Four of the W. M. V. of I
teacher of Homestead High president announced. crombie, Mn. Frank Robinson?
School, at a meeting'of the Homestead Mn. Skill and Mr*. Russell the First Baptist Church of Homestead at- I Mrs. Carl F. Robinson Mn. Joel': Dr. L. W. Stebbins +

the hostesses, served a at a meeting Wednesday J. Robinson, Mrs. Ruehle, Mn
Rome,
Art Club at the home of
the home of Hn. J. Newton decided IMS W. Make 81. MUadFtwae
fruit punch and 'cookie course. Plummer, Mrs. Van Geldren Mrs
Mr*. Frank Skill Friday after- with to have Dr. T. O. Reese who '-.IIlSI
The table was centered a Hathaway and Mr. Rick
Is conducting the revival services I
In i
noon. hand painted punch bowl a net
'An Illustrated talk on Early! and In the church ai runt speaker for
of fern, and the punch'cup DORCAS CLASS ATPOI.VTS
Spanish and French artists wa plates were of matching deiign. the meeting of the society next\MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEEA I

made by the program chairman., The club's painting class, taughtby week.
Mra. Frank Webb.'" Mrs: J. Tom Vino, circle leader membership committee was I
"I John Stefanko of the Florida I
appointed at a meeting of the Dol'g i
and Mn. J. Lawrence Scott reappointed
Mrs. Webb announced that the W. P. A. Art Project meets on Mondays Class of the First Baptist
next meeting of the club will be at 2 o'clock In the Chamberof to buy the circle': hare : of Homestead at !
at the home of Mr. and Mra.Henl'7 Commerce building. At 2:15: of clothing that the society will a meeting 4 m. A.G. Jute
I |tend to the Baptist orphanage In Mar. 27 at the home of Mn. Wm. I .,. i ii
Ruegg on Kings Highway, all leave for whatever scene the Berrlen with Mn. Berrien and
West, on Friday, Apr. 25, at 8 o'- group I I. painting. Last week the I Arcadia. i Mn. Julia Polk I a* hostesses. The i Mf SCOOTS OF ASKMCAb I
clock when O. F. McIntyre, staff 'spot chosen wa the Naranja rock Article from a Baptist mission I

artist of the Miami Daily! News,I(pit, and the class will saint there magazine Pope Mn.were S. H.read Fitch by Mr and*. E.Nn.J. A.committee Wise and, composed Mn. E. L.of Lawrence Mn. L., .Needles...... at .htswtet.. Ie, ...Ie........ I

will speak, and Mr. Ruegg will exhibit II again next Monday. I Scott. will enlist members for the next Algeria TMs Brest ....' .*.
some woven pictures and till Anyone interested In cither water three months. fealnttoa. reellte tow *MckMM
how they are produced. Mn MaudE. I I color or oil painting I* Invited I Present were: Mn. W. T. Mc- Mn. Polk read article, toy speed la ,..011., I
an
Chandler' also will exhibit Connell Mri. L. A. Wise Mn. T. eed whet .e 1wr.re.N pAM
to join the class. Beginner mayjoin'
I I
I "Prayer I I. Power". Mn. Borden
woven picture that she brought at any time. I IE. Kirby, Mrs. W. B. Myrick, Mrs. Ploys la yecH sr.W.S.
R. ChambU. Mn. J. L. Callahan conducted the devotional. Ttot'i way May BMaa
Mrs. Vann, Mn. Pope, Mrs. Others present were: Mn. J.
LEGION AUXILIARY'ANNOUNCES SALE I I ITO Fitch, Mn. Scott and Mn. New- Lawrence Scott Mr*. Susie Proc- BOYS' LIFEA
Mn. W. B. Mrs. J. T.
tor. Caves
GET FUNDS FOR ITS WELFARE WORK ton.Mn. MAAAZINI tot Ml toy
I J. T. Martin wa hostessto MartlnMrs. L. A. Wise Mr*. T. E.

Circle Two at her home Wednesday Kirby, Mn. Chas. T. Harper, Mn. e4 Is 10 fat seek sea wMtIUL
An Easter basket full of groceries lected If the donor will telephoneto afternoon. Mrs. Bert Andrews E. L. Lawrence, Mn. Jack Polk ..Nleg ..-e.. Waal"

will be given away at the the Sheffield Electric Com read an article on .'MIa.loni i and the hostessei. ;;Dewshesise,-=:-sad
tale and
white elephant rummage pany. ary Illustrations"; Mn. Frank Irwin '

sate which the Legion Auxiliarywill an article on "The Lights Sflll Members of the Woman's Auxiliary sad eel 7': CAN.
hold In the Loaner building MRS. VERNON BEECHAM I Flicker U Europe"-and Mrs. A. of the Homestead Presbyterian WIV UPI at *. Meet
.(former Citizen Bank building) HONORED WITH SHOWER D. Smith, one on "Grandeur to Church who attended an .... ter1 ber.SLSO .

on Saturday, Apr. 12. I Mn. Vernon Beecham, the former Humility". Mn. D. R. Snyder conducted -. officers' training class at Westminster $140tors !p. ,
AU the money taken In will be Miss Merle Jenkins, was given the devotional Presbyterian Church In J SUO 2
yn. Yrs.
used for child welfare project in a miscellaneous bridal shower Present were: Mn. I. R. Kimball Miami Monday were: Mrs. A. A.Payne .
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the district. This welfare work Mar. 27 by Mn. Ora Frazeur and Mn. Smith, Mr*. Irwin Mn Mrs. T. L. Hodges, Mn. seed 8.'do fed" 0

Include work for crippled child- Mn. Thelma Yancey at the home Snyder and Mn. Martin. A. F. Darling Mn. Gordon E. DIll, UFI

ren.Donations 'of Mra.Fnzeur. Members of Circle Five who Mn. N. Vao. Geldren, Mn. Frank f .I Pert ....**. .. too ,
for the sale will be Gift were presented Mn. met with Mn. W. D. Horne Wednesday G. Hathaway, Mrs: Win. Louns-

appreciated,'and'they will be col- Beecham in a large box decorated, afternoon brought articles, berry and Mn. J. M. Holtert) * * *..tI
Iin pink. for l layette to be given to the

CLUB BEGINS 8EKIES: (I Assorted cake and Ice cream housekeepers' aid ot the W. P. A. Moran, Mn. Dexter Home, Mrs.'

OF FRIDAY BRIDGE PARTIES ,were served by the lioitesse* who for some needy family. Harry Hall, Mrs: W. L. Berrien.
I
Mr Paul Reynolds and Allen were assisted by Mrs. M. V. Alfonso i The group decided to meet a M.... T..D. Plena and Un. W, D.
Weal wen high score prize winner and Miss Betty June Jenkins. I half-hour later throughout the Coker. READ THE WANT-ADS !iBELECTRIC

In the first of a aerie of three Friday summer. Mn. W. M. Craft conducted -
bridge parties to be given In Other present were: Mn. GUI I the devotlonals. !

Its clubhouse. The second party Keen, Mn. Frank Banach, Mn Mrs. Cerda mad and Mn. J. i i'ONLY iI
will be given this Friday eveningand Herman Mark, Mn. Bruce En- C. Vann will be hostesses at the !

the third party on the following nli, Mn. J. T. Foster, Mn. Oliver next meeting it wa announced.
Friday. I Camplejohn, Mn. Jack Dolar, Mn. Present were: Wri. E. H. Collier,

Mr*. Ida Eichenberger won the M. A. Swan Mn. J. C. Vann. Mn. C. E. Saunders Mn. Ora

low score prize and W. R. Anderson Those sending gifts were: Mn Frazeur, Mn. S. L. West, Mn. T. I
the cut prize. L. Irwin, Mn. Hill Wilson, Mr. C Setfert Mn. E. L. Lawrence,
Hostesses for the evening were S. T. Gorday, Mn. Lena Knowles, Mrs. Nellie Bridges, Mn. A. A.
Mrs. H. K. Foulk. Mn. L P. Mc- Mn. Annie R. Butler and Mn. Watkins of South Bend Ind, Mrs.

Lean. Mrs. Ja*. McCready, Mn. Gibbs. J'I Craft and Mrs." Home.
R. O.: Shore and Mrs. Joel J. Rob.t Mrs. Julia Polk was hostess to t
inson. ;BRIDGE CLUB MEETS WITH Circle One at the home of Mn.

Present were: Mr. and Mn MR. AND MRS. LEHMAN: Jack Polk Wednesday. Mn. Julia
Howard Lamb, Dr. and Mn. R. J.t' Mn. Julian H. Webster and Polk conducted the devotionals.A .

Elliott Mr. and Mn. J. D. Perkins,. Frank Webb were high score prize period of meditation and prayers -
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Franklin. Mr. winners at a meeting of the Thurs was held for the revival

and Mn. J. J. Julian, Mr. and Mrs day Night Bridge Club Mar. 27 at Others present were: Mn. Pete"Chiropractic

Anderson, Mr*. R. R. Klnard Mn the home of Mr. and Mn. Lee H.
I
Mae Campbell Mn. J. F. Ham- Lehman. I

mett, Mr. Eichenberger. John; Present were: Mr. and Mn.
McGee, Frank Webb and Mr. Neal. Ceo. N. Wakefield. Mr. and Mn.
I f I W. R. Bird, Mr. and Mn. W. E "
I Rheney, Mr. and Mn. T. J. Faust will
hcpjouINQCTRE
RAIN OR SHINE CLfB
Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mr. and
HONORS MRS. T. J. FAUST ;
I Mn. Frank Webb, Mr. 'and Mn. 11775
Mn. T. J. Faust was honored by Webster and Mr. and Mr. Lehman. M
the Rain or Shine Club with ahandkerchief i .
shower eta luncheon I

given In the Bamboo Tavern In
MONDAY MUSIC CLUBTO
celebration of her birthday by Mn. ELECT OFFICERS
Jesse L. Faith. I
The Monday Music Club will
Coven were laid for: Mn. J. L.
elect officers at the next meeting,
Burton, Mn. C. J. Parman, Mn nl
Apr. 14 at the home of Mrs. J. D.
Lee H. Lehman, Mn. Helen Hack- Redd. Mr*. Redd and Mrs. Lloyd 7h #< ler. Mn. John Murchlson of MIami Delta will be hostesses. AND KNOWIt I
Mn. J. R. Brooks. Mrs. E. L
Krone of Rldgewood, N. J, M.... is time that you Investigated
Bevo Webb, M.... Howard John- The Woman's Club of Homestead Chiropractic. Thinking about doing REFRIGERATOR

con Mn. Fred Road, Mr*. JulianH. at a called meeting Friday so accomplish little. Delay t

Webster, Mrs W. E. Rheney, voted to have temporary repairs may Induct danger. Investigation WlTlIlI1eAS'II'eawalmlylo
Mrs. Faust and Mn. Faith. made on the clubhouse root may start you on the road to quick
relief and health. Chiropractic ls 11

ready waiting, to do It* part. ;
CHECK THESE FEATURES
FULLY Phone now and Arrange for an appointment

II to not MARE rdklK ll'tll, cloM. UM tin -or better .*still. come Sb-Way CoW Sta rsEi .....-rt with MEASURED HUMIDITY e News f

INSURED uTt- .** r*- -- - directly to the office. Tapped N......-, ce.psrtneat MIA MEASURED NUMIDITT......... 'J i
It r Oaks PIo" teas
wet* 0.vr rose solarise with ironsMtM Alta ... Mjstrtlss ..... V_ Sided ,.,.,....,av a Adj.s.Ms i

.IM_ .se.rtlrt as ........This. It.b 10 a rr.ir vow MUll.warn.. 12: Slat Mattel ...... STAINLESS STEEL WMtog SbeiVe e Fey-toe Tray e ..........

May ....e s.e ....I am" Ie'for-a Tawafeyw 14* .. It: ) I to <4f ........'...ii atari C *mel e W ttfctjaw >..srt M signals.is i itease.
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EDWARD I..UTOI STILING Dr. R. J. Elliott i,

Agent Iw A_. AllI a.Pieria .-. MeCrery Area4e i

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I J The ChurchesBAPTIST I!ARCTIC AND PREACHER DOCTOR CLASSIFIED ADS I' ;



RATE: First taaerUoo 106 a lint; subsequent Insertion* I

VISITS CHURCH hi tint :

CHURCH: splay. .uto>. sudsy school M t,.. .. m.pnarklut S

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at II a sad FOU KENT
aOIlIl.U41Or.: I. I:. ,...._ M. Y. P. L sad Junior. Mtln* at TIM I RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for 'j
tor. Sunday school at *ti a. 'M.: pr..5.Frallaa.dlllsp .. .. Fran MMImPRINCETON Wad- ....is 1 Dr. Henry W, Grelit, M. D. D. sale cheap. Mrs. II. II. Ewlnrf.IS .
aos.Y.P.: V.M Ills D. who aerved for 17 aa FOR RENT-Excellent I
t.M >. ah 1'-........, r. tae ;years opportunity N. E. 8U at. Homestead
.ItiM *. aQOULDTbe .. .The R... C. P. ...... doctor and preacher in arctic for yearly tenant only furnished (alttf).

***. Blank ...-, aaa. _I<<. Bandar. Mkaal.ad Till.< ti ftl.pna. link...... Alaska, spoke at the young peo- apartment, living room 1
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a a p.
:. raday atk* 'l at 1* a. la.I raaenlM ple'i meeting at the Homestead with day bed. I FOR SALE Tropical citrus
U a a ad tiM p. ..t B. r. P, O. M lM at staff r** pxvWlt omwuos I fireplace bathroom plants,
SOS 96 nv Tram -...* M I iK .. . tiM. PIVOT -'at W.dne dap at Presbyterian Church Sunday i large bedroom with roomy tree and troplcsi fruit 14 +,
w.......... film a. sk
>i closet dinette, electric kitchen. wston. Jungle Grove Redlartd

CATHOLIC EPISCOPAL I night told of the ten months of i! All provided but linen. Mrs. road and Plummet drive.

CRt'RCR OP THE SACRED BIARTI. : I" IORN'SL 1. ..wad a verve sad I, winter darkness In that realm beyond -1, Eva Collins, Federal Highway -=--

E.: Second arm*. H.M._| Uw .*.. Pwrtli Mmt HOIMMM I UM .... L ISleddo. the Arctic Circle and related II, and Biscayne drive, Modello, 2 : LOANSLOANS
T. I. fearr. aaMor.. Monday MM at .... nrtor. Holy _...tikMI MId I adventures with Indianaand I i miles above Homeitead.
thrilling
t a. a! weak day MM M T Isis daily .. 0.1 anodes ekol u I.M| awe TO MODERNIZE
BUILD. !
Sunday school unday foUawliuj t .'lock Iw irajrar M 1LFREE Eskimos.j I Ii 1 i ,
.M*. CeMaunloa: for wastes KM first REPAIR Residential, Grove
Sunday ot Mata i for CM and boy. Uwamd METHODIST i[ Eskimos, he Says, in contrast FOR RENT-Reildence In Florida
and Business
....." M mill. Holy User Than. ,, to the Indiana of that section, are. I City; 3 bedrooms, fireplace, electric Property
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day before lint Friday of _.. It I tae FLORIDA CITT-Mn. Edith ,...hI".. honest and religious. I II I From $30 to $1,000-from < mo. toN
.. sincere stove running hot and cold
H. first Friday at liM a. a .. Xixlar irlxxil. It ". m.1
Bnidlctlaa .( Ua BlMw4 lar.M aftarM 1r. II s. m.m4 tlM p. H.I prarar=I III. I I Dr. Grelst told also of entertaining ! w.ter. two bathrooms; reasonable : yean.'
*. > ... Ills .. M.. TM ." Junior ...ring.a0 CoL and Mrs. Lindbergh and of Down Payment-No Red Tap t
$ p. M. ", uroda,; Year 1'_"'. NI... rent Apply Leader.Enter.j SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS t
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHCKC1IFLORIDA ....... a.bty 1.10 P. a 1-" caring for the bodies of Will prise.
CITT .84..." and sixth I :Rogers and Wiley Post who crashed I II $200 for S8 mo.-Repay $<.39 mo. ISUO
METHODIST CIICRCIIBOMMTKAD I $ for 36 $1}.(7 Ii
Sunday aehool at t.41.. ah far I mo.-Repay mo.
reached his
aplli maw 10' rears of oval noniusarrrlM -Hw IU. ,. J. Rk-kank I just before they post FOR SALE $1,500 for eo mo.-Repay $32.50 :
al 11 .-.. WahMaday _lnsr I I II
lrl which larlud _1M....... af ...... sods Kkool M ti4l a. Ml mo..
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.roa klii. M II mit t:It f. m FLORIDA'CITY
Girl ScoutsBy -Bar.aln.3roombUIll'
In* and .iixrlnn. and remarks M CIo_ Jas/. Loan a. I:l. .. ..! HI Lm. I Homestead j ji Ask for FREE Estimates .1
time dUlly SVWno.Inrltod.HMdlnf ..S p. *h Th% puall h .... .. liM . ..e senior Laana at ..iM ... Mary Catherine Saber low with acreened-in Without Obligation

room la church (dUb* .. pen Pram sting at t:M a. am, WaJaaiiay.1IL .I i j I II porch on desirable lot 50x150 n. LOANS can be secured to Modernize I
wry 1'10."day aftonuaa front I... t* >EK PAUM-Tk. .... a. II:. W.lUfaaator. with ample room for another
4 KM. Th p.1011a h *rdlally la.ltrd ta th* Auaaay aekool. every Saaaar I i I and Repair LEASED OR
Mrrlna and. ta rMt Uw r. al_ rec... to .. at.t araaeklM ........ *m ".... The meeting was called to order cottage. Recently painted facing MORTGAGED Property. iiI

Apr. Leswm-aennoa topCnreaJlty. ... fifth mandate r 11 .. m. A' I tM f.r a. I II by Mrs. Skill the scout leader. and Key West road. Would Includein We also have F.H.A. LOANS for .
..
INCaTOM-TW Rav. *. C. WaI. ,
let Dues for deal for
business attended to. quick sale for
was cash
. I
oriel, rnaaklkc at t .1, Sunday J i New Homes, payable monthlyover
CHURCH or CHRIST caoul M to.FLORIDA. j 1M1 and 1942 are due May 1. The back of Florida City lot, S acres I 20-2S years.

,I crrr CU-MUNITT CFI'.CB that met with Mrs. Skill Sat- of pine land just west of city.
RONMTt.D-Paul: C. Herndon. .... -The .>. W. I:. oM. ester C.u.. group Let us supply your BUILDING
.... Flrat am** and N. W. Fifth Mratt., sisal. at It a. ELI era rhlns at .* . r, urday for flower study classified For quick sale $700. See Wm.J. NEEDS. Prompt Service.
BlbW study. al 1* a. at.1 Mmunlon, f.(. Midweek arann lat Bible .t..aifWa4a>.. I Itr five weeds and many harmful lnsects. -| Ceronlmo, Legion bldg,
knnhlp and yrwchln at II a. PrayrrMrtlaf .< Ito.RIDLAND. 1 BROOKER Ll'MBER CO.
f ilo p. .. Wrdmaday.aiCRCHOFCOD. i Homestead or in Florida City.
cnimimrrr CHiurmTka -
R... W. K. Row.ll. aa>lor. Ckarrk 1ekool The cookie 'orders were turned (m28-all Phone 62 Homestead Fla.

I at araMklni at III EpwerthL.agua : I In so that we will receive the )
BOIIII.TIAD-t: N. W. First imutluaday at .tK>. Mldw k ....... *.. I 10-ACRE WANTED
Mhool at $ tuna a..l Dmrhln sat: BIble study Tkiuoa at I.... .1 I cookies by April 18. Our court TRACT within 2 milesof
II a. m and 7i4l *. n | Junior Y P. at of awards Is to be held Tuesday town; has over 300 GOOD
tl Child .'. meeting at T In .._.. I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH grapefruit trees. No buildings.Has WANTED-to buy a used Neon

barer sting, I P. .. Wad...,. .1 ROIII"TIA_"...... ...... at N. lath May We 6.are making" plans to go to 1 been held at $2,000 now offered sign; any kind; must be cheap
.... _. ,
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE etrwR TN. Goa H. RIche for cash state particulars and
I Bible school at II a..1 '.....,... It II Marco Beach on Good Friday. The' at $1,500 and I can sell
.
.. S
BOMESTBAD-Th.: Rr F. H. price. Write to Joseph A. Fcgan
.. .. .. ,
J: a.I puntr.vwl.'s manly n 1 ,10 schedule Is aa follows: Friday' for less. Make me an offer.You'll I

morning we will leave Homestead not find more for your Route 1, Homestead Fla. i

Young People to Present Easter i and will return here by Saturday'noon. money. Phone 72. H. .\. Camer- TUTORING WANTED nigh

I Your only expenses will be '! on. Homestead (f7-tf) school and grade school subjects I

Pageant at Presbyterian Church: your Friday lunch and the money NOTICE OP APPI.IPATION Mrs. II. J. Armstrong, A. B. .

for other meals. We are to be FOR TAX DEED Plumrner drive and Country i
File No. state
1 able to tell Mrs Skill by next Tuesday : Notice fa honor tttoaa that Balllwh-k. Club road. t

An Easter pageant, "By This son and Joe Hickson. 1 if we can go or not. ln... holder .. ...w... of City of 11._

Sign Conquer", will be presented I I Mrs. Joe Irwin, Donald and Ruth Rutland was hostess '.Ih.-.Itk Tn day Certificate of Drrrmo.r.Numbered. A. D.tips nit. dated has CLEAN RAGS WANTED'WIZ ;

by the young people of the Homestead Howard Cross and Buddy Kuhn'are filed rid Cert"...,. I. my office, and kaamad. exchange subscription or advwtialng -

Presbyterian Church Sunday :',I assisting in presenting the I rNOTICE or APPLICATION FOR ..........application hi ....edam for with taa ..deed.. Raid to IMIM Car.llflcata for clean rags.. Le dtr- I

night April 0, at 8;00 o'clock'an ,,pageant f TAX PILE DEED$4641: ....b..... the following d erll..dKJTtT'1 Enterprise. '

bounces the pastor of the Church, Hath b hereby given that 0.111.Mk. situated '" Dodo County' riorlda.N(4 .
ilna, .ilea ; City of Hasa. J lowing dnrrlbH Property, .{tuatf* la Dade I
bolder ,
1 at o
the Rev. Ceo. H. Lot
Ricks. S, Rraoli'Addition. In the County. to.wlti
CARD OF THANKS ....
,The pageant Is a dramatic We wish to thank our |dated>MH U Tai.. Ilk oar oftMremberwA.. D. 11017 I City state of of H.'IoricI......_... County 01 0.... Lot S.o''I. .'. A.klitiin| the I
many Taws of H.mauad. of
... l' wntr Dada.
presentation of the of I|ka. filed mid Ortlfkau In my ofr. The .n' of said : .
pilgrimage friends for the sympathy shown ..d has made applkatfcin for Km deed property and.t State of rlorlda a> .rahrarrd In C.r.tllbata !
Helena the Ortllkala .hoed oar In the Maas of No. Ml The __. :l
mother of Constantine to to hiua tkrnoa In onordnner with law. .
and
the beautiful flowers sent Vnknown.Valrsa
... Raw property under the tald Ortlffa'aia
embrace f llimia.owflird
the Holy Land where she discovered at the death of our mother and ,. aid Certificate........rtr. HuaW4 la Dade aeewrdins, said to ..Certiflnte.hall... 'n deed will be haw redeemed_ hued. tar In Uw eats lit Juan ..rif.flh. .

that the cross of victory is aunt County Florida. lo-wKl an the lath day of ... 1).
Ion Ap.lI. 10/l Lot 4. MrClalVl Addllloa, In the
I cross of love and that love alone Miss. Shirley Harkness|I| the Iwo Cltr".. af Hl.irk H,.mal e. Kwlai'a.ad, Gassy Add., .In, If-bed lllie 11th day 0' >>...10. A. D. TUWN of H"mf toa4. C-my of had..
llll. . .
I .
$ta1 uf Florida, nbra< 4 In Orr.tlflrat.
can conquer. Mrs. Osa Burrichtcr Itad.. State of FlorMaTh. F. R. : 1'1... .... Th. annnnuat n(
The part of Helena Is played by I the Crrtirkal.. aMt.am.nt hued of said wa In proporty the memo under of I I Clerk aifd P........ under ih. MH| (Milfirai.luurd .

Wanda Sickle. In her retinue are CARD OF THANKSI I II.. Wallara. UnIms Hid OrUflcala.. ..hillk. Clnult Court Ural Dade LEo\THJlIIJIIAN'1 was In the same of Jowph tjriffin. (
.
l. dead
Irene Jackson Avis Bitting Emma redeemed aoeordlni to 'n Bf N. C. Inln. rid Certificates .' .' k. rrnVMiH
wish to thank my friends for will ..... Ikmoa on the Ilk dar of Nay.DatJ'thl III... 14. II. I', . : S
Jane Rives Diane I Apr. awarding to 'law. taa n'l will how there
Lounsburyand ] the lovely flowers and other gifts'1 lot day of April. A O I'llE. on on the nth day nf April. A. D '141Hau4 / 1
four soldiers, Charles Behrens, sent to me during my recent illnessin 'Y IA. H. LFATHKRMANCkrk : NOTICE FOR OP TAX APPI DEED 1CATIO1: I this llth day uf Mirrh. A. D, I
Bond of Circuit Court. "4I.
Bitting Blair Hickson and the city hospital. I File S4U.INntlr. j K. R LPATHrDMAN. t
Ross Reitz. I I Dada County, Florida .. hereby clvrn that W. L. Cd.rn- Clerk nf Circuit C<,....
LEVENIA STErr ANI.r Grants Court BM ben holilrr of Era td.. Praln... HI.. ...
trade t.k..l.
Biblical characters lire portrayed I i B, N... C. RTFRIIFTT. D. C trlrt Ta> -'".....* Nnmbrrrd.. 44V2. dated Circuit Court sVal County wHy
by Dorothy Behrens Ann Hick- Apr.. a, II. IS. ('. 1MKI the lit dar nf .A........ A. D 1027 has N O. ITFRRFTT D 0. ;
Ila Jean Dr. Leonard >V. Ilaskin"! filed laid c..ln.... In air offlc. and hu'mada t II... 14, II. 1M. Apr. 4, II. IMIl
Irwin
son, Athley Kemp, appllratlnn. fur tai deed U IMU.i 1
Richard Hickson, Vernon Jack- I I Dlillliuloned thrr-nn In a/vordanor with Uw. Bald
CLASSESRa 1 Crrtlfkat. rmhran. the following, d.. NOTICE or APPIirATION
1 Every year college deans pop the ..rlhnl, ...... FOR TAX llltl
,
prinwrty .1' IB Cad County
-lalliln' la F 11.Fllllni ......Wms
< >
I Chapter A...
I ... ..1III routine question to their undergraduates .Florida, lo-wltt 17417 of isat
R.aalrln File A 4..l
NWU of KfU ofNKH
Funeral Services Held N. P. Pint HL Mlaail. Fla. : "Why did you come to I'T:: .. M H.ulh. Rann u NOTICE It HEREBY GIVEN that B. H. (
For Mrs. Ocie Gosnell lM.lrt.ly: Air CaadlUaurdW. college?" Traditionally the answers ,I F..t. la the County of Dodo, Biata of Do4Wn .kolnVr nf atat suit. Count Tax
CanMnlint Term ', FIor" Certificate N... sit .hued the Ilk day i4Auiu.1.
4
match the question in trite The a..e..most of rid property under A. D. HIS. bas CIM rasa I* nrofl
ness. But last year one co-ed unexpectedly the Can/lieno .hued war In the sane of ,I Ii'nTM ..., and h.. mad. appllratloa for U*
Funeral services for Mrs. Lue William L. Ch......". Md M .k* Issued .......... Bald OrtlflraMmbracM
Beatrice Gosnell, of Goulds, and confided: said cVniriaiui k. rooonnad the following deer/toad pn..rtv
her infant who died 1 I' "I came to be went with-but I aerardln to .Uw. tax d Jh\:\. h.a thn }In the County of Dada, state of Florida,
daughter tdlira..g ,on on the lath day of April, A. D. 1141. 1 -w111
Wednesday night, will be held at 4 ain't yet! -Ax. Dated this Illh day of Mash A. D.NOTICI i, Lot I?. Rlk. IS- Fulford B.. .... ....
-- 1141. ..*. R; a Suh. Plat Boo: .. Parr If,
p. :m. today in the Goulds Pentecostal L .. LEATHERMAN In the County of Pad*. Wai af Florida.Th .
Church. Burial 'will be in Clerk of Clreult, Cann, monument of Hid property undo
Dodo eou..,. FIorIoIa.CI" .. Ih. a>ld amlffeat war Ill the aam* of
Palm Cemetery at Naranja. ACETYLENE WELDINGBrand ./" Court ..... Unhaowa.Unl .
Mrs. Gosnell who was 33 ;years I Br N. C. .nIlRtTT. D. C.Her. said rartlflral* aSall .h* ri>.....recd
14. II. III. A.... 4. II. 11411 Mtordlnf ta .... the amprrty drorrlhrdUVrala .
old, came to the Redland District will .h. said ta the highest .......
six years ago with her husband New Outfit OP APr-lrTATION FOR M the Court Minn ..... M the lint M_
TAW Parts oar I* the month of April. IMI whk-h I*
and children. She was born in FILE..MMiHbw I Ih. tth day of April. IMI.Dltrd I
Lincoln County, West Virginia.She I All Work Guaranteed b hrraay. given that Bailiwick. this bill day of ......k. Itll 1I
.. R. LFATHFRMAN
1- bidder aa a lnoa nf City of Horn
leaves her husband Ocle; PHONE 11I.1tSAM'S stead Ta> rrrtirlraU 11_....... pit*. I Clerk at C/na/t Cwrri,
six sons, Paul Charles } dated the 4th day nf Jun*. A. D. lift .sal.Dade Countr FhwMa.Clmlt .
RObe"1 ... Court "
filed aald VrtUlrat hi my affk* J
David, James and GARAGE .*.d has made ...1......a far ta> dead I Ry M C. ITtRRITT.: D. 0. .
one daughter, Lona-all of Goulds. tn .IMU ....... im aocordanot with. law IHar. 14. 11. SS. Apr. 4. IMU
Pah ConlflniMimhraroB the 10
Surviving .also are her mother, SAM ALEXANDER. Prop. _..... _. .h...... hi NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR ;i
of C-... Florida. t*>wKtLnt Dad.l TAX DEAD
Mrs. Leans L. Clarksburg
Myen I Avocado Drive and Old Dixie Highway, ,. Bleak I. Tow' of I II PILI: 1441Motlr
W. Vs.; three sisters Mrs. I In the City. of .Mmi.. Cmnty I* hereby gi lm that HalllwVl.ln .
rado state of FlnrMa. bolder. aovhra of F.wrl..tV.
a Madge Cain, Mrs. Nell Vernon and I I, r4 ...party ..... 0.."'_ 1'.. amlflcat/ Numbered arm.aalod 1
Mrs. Georgia Myers all of West the Cmlflcaw'll.wd. ww la the name d'! the Sth day of AyM A..0. logs
brothers Earline V.k..... V.... said OrtlfluiW .10.11. hat MM aald Cmlflrau ta ,. offlro.ind t
Virginia; three I hr redeemed aorardliw ta law. taa and ha mad appHoatlo* for lal .dw
White and Z. C. White of West will km tnm.a a* th* 1th day of May 1 tare th.roiHi la *. .rmhrar .../ ,
A. D 1941.Dated I certificate the
Virginia. Burllnt White of PrInce- DR. C. H. DENBY : thin lathiy nl A./1' A ft 1. ton, and one half-brother, Howard B.: R LBATHCRMAN. -,-. Florwa. lowHiLMO .
.. tl, Rkvh. S, '
Clrrk of Clrautt Court > II It SS
Myers of West Virginia. lIMa county. FIofWa Llaoala Part Addn, Plat Beaks ..
Turner Funeral Home was In Osteopathic PhysicianPhone Clr.... Court ...! : Pen to$. lamed Dad Crnaty,
of funeral .y M C. PTERRFTT D. C. I I Stow of Florid I IU.Io
charge arrangement Ar. 4. II. Is. U. IHI) j jNOTKIT I The aumimrat of Bald r..arp leader
the Crrtlflraw bead ww I ... d
39Homestead OP APPIITATIOM \ Uahwi said Crrtirioalo ohallk
Mrs. Carrie A. Crow-son of j FOR TAX nitR i 1.* Mead -III to .... to. donl
Florida City and Miss Gladys I File asset ;1 win bow .thorao M the KB day of ..... i
1 worm i* Nears OITKN that lank :! A. D. 1041.Voted .
Stephens of Lexington Ky. who Fla. -'.*. ln> holdrr aa MaknM* of Ctty of j this 11 day of Aortt A. ".' IMI.C. .
if visiting Mrs. Harry Cuchlellain Bmiplnl ta* mtlfloiioj Waaihrrad SMIr ". LrATNERKAN.Clrr .
(Over Brown's Drug Store) ..d M Mad .>. .-d day ., Doaaarr | of ClroaH Coort,
,Florida City art.spending the A. & 1JS. bas IM aald Crrtiflratoi ta Dad County PhwMamv
week-end with Mrs. Sara Harris 1 ten afffaa. aad bar mad* ......... fartacdWd CheiN 0IIoaI
I* kwu t tkrroa r* aimdaan eta RTCRRETT I D. Co
ooiOceesa driveJttiMOl JSQ AV. hi*. toul __ emanate th* ,... (Ayr. l'lf: 14. tt, IMl| 1 I

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Paw Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday 4,1941Redland



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Redland Team Plays If you would buy some of these
tickets and they guarantee a won
In Homestead : I derful time at the carnival

The state convention at Fort .
Our 1(41 baseball season It discussed during the
Myers was
in full swing The boy on meeting. Representatives will
team are practicing every leave Friday afternoon April 11, n
noon that they do not have a and return Saturday Bight,
tchedulrd. Those who play
ous positions on the team are: .
Hilton, Charles Sweeting, A. Samuel Bolten Winner
Devil, Leonard Greer, George I In Spelling Contest
fcldt, Graham McElroy, I _
Jackson, Buddy Llndgren,
Munn, Walter Rutzke, Otis I The tenth grade boys sponsoredthe
Henry Dixon. and Ulric Vihlen. 1 assembly program this week. saes.
The schedule this year Mr. Wagner opened the assemblywith
two night games at Palm various announcements. The
and I possible trip to Key West
eighth grade boys' class has a spellIng -
I game with that team. T
afternoon April 1, w. played contest on the stage. Samuel
ami Hi at Redland Friday Bolten was the winner. The students -

noon, April 4.we art to. play sang a few songs, led by
wad In Homestead. Mrs. Cray and then returned to

classes a few minutes early.
Helen Pope Represents

Redland at Mo-ra ttnuaUmu cmtnti csarartMfae UM leadas4 ea ......,.n. ...u.,111 staailiey,sad
SPIDERSContinued I ,' o -.' of 1Wa.....> a"d awl ......... bawe olio -I a.w-sew rttkmtm rf ha ht wla I lanaiiala.....
Helen Pope was the official ft-massages salsa with Now randan Daily by' r the used.hunriew cat em MM by ChemM.

rcteDtatlve from our council
the state convention held In ( from Page Six) ever offered by Chevrolet. exterior I* fully born out In the
the Week-end of March 28. termed by having but two lungs NEW CHEVROLETRICHANDROOMY Length and lowness characterize Interior appointment and trim.
delegates from our school """ : whereas the other spiders including the new model as viewed from Specially-woven pin-strip upholstery -
Lola Vrana, H. A. Amen and Ramond i the one which probably frightened FLEETLINES ARE the tide. The body is of the landau I II employed throughout and
Lee. They left Miss Muffett have four lungs. type, with four door and a the door panels and seat-back are
morning, registered, and I One of our oddest looking spiders closed rear quarter. Door are plaited In a manner which add
sessions Friday afternoon Frlela and one often sent In for identification extra wide, a fact which contributes beauty and luxury chromium
Clint they attended a large Is the "crab" spider. It Is both to utility and to smart strip being used to relieve the
quet and dance at the Coral about a third of an Inch long and appearance. Rear doors are expanse of neutral-tinted fabric.
Country Club. They also lets Its name from the fact that Chevrolet dealers throughoutthe hinged at the center pillar like Lavish use of wood-graining is
sessions at Miami Beach all da Its body It hard, heavily chltlnlzed United State are now. displaying those of other four-door models made in interior metal trim.
Saturday. The convention and provided with six sharp points in the Chevrolet line; but rear- Moulding are walnut-grained, and
the latest addition to that
with another banquet ]'which give it the appearance of the door, windows, unlike other four- the background of the new "Sil-
night at Miami Beach High crab; hence the name. One of these division's passenger car line the door model windows are equippedwith verstyl" Instrument panel is combination -
It'I crab spiders is commonly seen Inorane alx-passenger sedan featuring then ventlpanes. Hinges, both of maple and burl walnut
where it constructs the doors and of the Plastics and chromiumare
grained.
Leon Edwards WinsSchool groves w Fleetline body by Fisher, presented rear deck are
'a web which may often reach from of the concealed type. employed as decorative material -
as setting a new high mark
one tree to another scrota the row. Stainless steel moulding, along on the panel where Instruments -
I Needless to say, this spider, Is atla in luxury, comfort and style the edge 'of the concealed safety and controls are grouped
Tuesday morning the finals most of Its tribe, a highly beneficial Mechanically, the new car It steps which replaced conventional for maximum driving .....
the spelling contents In all of I animal In that It catches large identical with other 1M1 Special running board in the 1M1 Chev. The new sedan with Fleetlin
first eight grade were held. 1grade I numbers of Insects. True, they are Deluxe Chevrolet It hat the 80- rolet, and also at the belt line, body Incorporate addition, the
Edwards had won from the vt !not discriminating; they catch our
:: I horsepower six-cylinder valve-in- accentuate length and lowness and appointments which are regular
Edith Hampton from !friends and foes alike, but on the head engine, knee action, and the add a pleasing decorative note. throughout the Spedal Deluxe aerie
eighth and Johnny Yates from whole the beneficial are not banned famous vacuum power shift at no Full chromium reveals are used *. These Include robe cord oa
elementary achool. Leon as much as the Injurious ones for extra cost The body, however around door windows, rear win- the back of the front .seat ash
la the school champion and 'I the majority of the Insects that is entirely_. Its roominess and' dow and windshield. receptacles, lighter,. retractive asslatstraps -
Hampton, the runner-up. parasitize other Insects are too richness of appointment make the I The impression of beauty and armrests, clock, and
Edwards will go to Miami to small to Interest a spider. rieetllne the moat luxurious car luxury conveyed by- the new car's other Items.
pete in the county spelling By no mean do all spiders construct -
oo n. webs. Some crawl about actively
bunting for their prey which
Student League Fiesta they Jump upon and devour. Theseare
called wolf spiders. These are
Will Be Held in long legged swiftly moving animals -
f' as is necessary in a predator. DOES YOUR CAR HAVE ANY
The Pan-American Club They are provided with many eyes;
: Friday during the fourth and the common ones having four
periods. Ann Shackleford gave pairs, eight eyes altogether, tome
report on the county of which are on top of their head OF THESE FAULTS
March 13 at which the festivalcarnival where they can see anything behind -
dance was the main dllCllllion. them Just as naughty boys
: The club discussed and girls suspect their schoolteachers
play to be given to raise mon. of having. It may well ? .
,
:, to send delegates to the have been one of these wolf spid "
conference. The name of the that frightened Miss Muffet n.'t ,
Is "Who Gets the Car Tonight" I One extremely useful wolf spideris
: Adolph Lopes and Jeanette commonly seen in houses running -
,! were elected to be the over the walla. It Is a dark Lacks Power and Speed , '' '
from the Redland brown spider and Including legsis "
"
: .t ;
Club for the place of king as large as a saucer. It feeds Hard to Start? ,.'." ,; .
queen at the fiesta carnival eagerly on cockroaches, files, mosquitoes : ;" ,,,.I' 1 ;' .
: li to be held at Miami HI & etc. It is one of the most Uses Too Much Gas '. : r: ': "i" ., '.:
;. This carnival It to be held beneficial things to have in a .** .... ,,,,,,, ,
: IS under the sponsorship of house. Let it alone, ladles. f ." Vibrates or, runs rough? : -'" : .. 1
Student Pan-American In conclusion, all of our spiders '" 'f't -
The admission is twenty-five except the black widow... not only Sluggish. and No Pep? '1,...." "
and all members of the PanAmerican harmless, but beneficial and interesting .'
;.1 club are selling animals. Don't be a Miss
;i They would greatly appreciate Muffed es ".

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