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 11, 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 )
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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: VID00485
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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29-No. 15 Homestead, Florida April 11. 19.a1 Price S Cents
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For $400,000 Job of Treating Pipei i'




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Final Draft of Lime Law TO REQUIRE MORE P01RTHANTOTALOFALLMOTORS ;



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40 PCT:: JUICE4CENTADTAX A Little Bird


Location Southwest of

Told Us Citv's Center Takes I

Fumes Away

IN PROVISIONS THAT" the move to redistrict the county so that- Miami I
will get a commissioner and South Dade will lose one, will be ,R s SEVEN ACRES TO BE

... Initiated In a county commission meeting early next week and USED FOR STORAGE ;
that the proposed lone South Dade district will extend at far ,

Bill Modeled on Measure 'north at the southern outskirts. of. Coral. Gable Hauling of 50-Foot Sections I

1 Citrus Commission to Aqueduct \
Creating THAT an agreement has been made for a knot-tying ceremony ;
between a sailor on the U. S. S. Tuscaloosa and a Redland schoolteacher Simplified
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TO BE INTRODUCEDIN Construction of a plant for the .
$400,000 job of processing the lit i
1941 LEGISLATURE Sunrise Easter Service
t I Community miles of pipe for Die $3,000,000 i iI

Levy of 4 Cents a Crate to I l''I To Be Held in City Park at 6 o'Clock I II j I I Key nut-proof West aqueduct and erosion to make resisting it,

Pay for Inspection will be started bout May t In the '
Enforcement The annual sunrise Caster terv- Seaboard railway yard south of '
I FORECLOSURE TO ice sponsored by the Redland District M wry wee, It was learned yes
rrinal draft of the proposed law I Ministerial Association will! terday.
that will keep juiceless ll-nes off PUT 31 LOTS BACK be held In the shelter house at K. F. BLACKFOKD The treatment plant will be located /
the market and provide an advertising the city park adjoining the ball in the area between Sixth ,
fund for the lime Industry, field at 6 o'clock Sunday morning, ARMY CALLS REV.R. avenue and the main track north
was approved at a meeting of ON CITY TAX ROLL 'announce the Rev. Ceo. H. Ricks, of the spur which connects with
growers and shipper Wednesday president of the association the F, E. C track Seven acres I
morning In the packing house of Homestead High School band F. BLACKFORD south of the spur will be used for
the Florida Avocado and Lime Foreclosure proceedings on 31 and Redland High School band storage of the huge sections of 16-
Grower at Princeton. tax-dellnqquent lots were authorized will play a special ,selection and Inch steel pipe. I
Chief among the provision of by city council Monday night accompany the singing. CAPTAIN IN R. O. C. The Seaboard location I* believed ,
the bill are the following, agreed The lots on which tax certificates The Rev. Jesse E. Waller will to have been chosen partly :,
at of and will be foreclosed are: Bou- deliver the Easter message, the became It I* distant enough from \
a meeting grower
upon
shippers held on March 12: levard Addition-Lota t and 9, Rev, Geo. E. Deuel will serve at The Rev. R. F, Blackford, rectorof the center of the city to injure :
Block 7; Hogard'i Addition-Lot* song leader, and Mr. Ricks will St. John' Episcopal Church and I prevailing southeast winds keepIng r
that lime shall .
Requirement 6 to 10 and 14 to 16 and 20; FIsk preside. a captain In the reserve officers fumes of the asphalt treating
have a juice. content of 40 per cent Manor-Lot 28, Block S; Com- The program follows: hymn I corps of the army, will leave I plant from becoming a nuisance to ,
by volume. merce Addition-Lot* I and 9, "All Hall the Power of Jesus' Tuesday for Camp Gordon, Atlanta resident :
Provision for a tax of four cents Block 4, Lots 4 to 7. Block 2. Lots Name;;' Invocation by the Rev. R., where he has been orderedFor Another reason Is seen In the j
per crate (1 3-5 bushels) to cover IS to 20. Block 1; R. 1. Moser's F. Blackford; hymn, "When I Survey : a year' service as chaplain In I fact that from the Seaboard location f
cost of Inspection. Addition-West half of ,Lot 26; the Wondrous Cross"; Scrip Lawson General Hospital the pipe will not have to be I
A similar tax for an advertising Hall's Addition-Lou 17 to 20 and ture reading by Mrs. Edith Tain-I A farewell party In hit honor hauled through the traffic of
with the
program In conjunction of 123 to 27; Town of Homestead-Lot I blyn; prayer by the Rev. J. J.! win be given Monday evening\Homestead' business center but '
existing advertising program 10, Block *. I Richards; duet, "He Arose", by: from 7:30: td 9:30 at the home of I can be taken south by way of '
the citrus commission, which will In the resolution authorizing the, Mrs. Lloyd Deits and Mrs. T. L. Mr*. Ruth Scott on N. W. 14th!Sixth avenue, which becomes
have charge of administration of foreclosure, it I* stated that there:l!I Hodges; message, "Jesus' Epi] street by the members of his con,Caves avenue In Florida City, or ,
the lime law. has been indication given that!taph", by Mr. Waller; prayer by I gregation. A general Invitation Is I by way of Redland road, through j jj
The bill Is modeled upon the existing there will be buyers for these lots ;,the Rev. W E. Rowell; band selection , extended to all of Captain Black- I Florida City to the Oversee High .
the citrus j
law which created
in the event the city acquires clear "Dear Land of Home" (Sibel- ford's friend to call between those way, along which the aqueduct '
commission and provided, for Inspection title to them through tax deed I ius); hymn "In the Cross of ChristI hours and say good-bye to him,I will be laid. The (0-foot length of
Advertising
regulation and ind tan The resolution states also that i Glory'; and benediction by the ,church officer announced.The I pipe are1 said to weigh more than t
of ,
grapefruit
gerines.L. oranges. (Continued on Page Eleven) ,Rev. Robert H. Spear. rector wa granted a year'sleave 2,500 pound each.

L. Chandler of Goulds, who is of absence*t a vestry meetIng The plant will be built by the
... chairman of the citrus commission, Local Legion Post Protests Arming of the church Tuesday, Lay Standard Asbestos Manufacturing
presided at the meeting. He said I I! (Continued ou ]Page Eleven) (Continued on Post Eleven
Rifle
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Of U. S. Soldiers With Garand
the proposed law will be placed
in the hand of Dade County' Sottiles Near-Suspects in $30 Robbery
A against arming uS-: : fected to the point where It can I
senator and representatives for Introduction -I protest
In the legislature at this soldiers and marine with the Ga.'be fired without IDS of accuracy I As Stolen Car Is Used Hold-up MenThe :
session. I rand automatic rifle until It I* perI' and without Jamming, was forwarded I

to national headquarters automobile of James Sot-I been out of the yifd that night.A .
Piche ] to Service World's of the American Legion by JohnG. I South I look In the direction of the port
I' Joe Helps Salley Post of Homestead last I tile, Jr., field manager of I cocbere where he hid! left It
Dade Farms, Inc, wa stolen and
Fastest Pursuit Planes Oklahoma Friday. (parked, changed his mind how
., The letter, written by Adjutant i used by bandit who held up a ever. lie had forgotten to take
; Wm. J, Geronimo In accordancewith filling station in Miami Saturday, the key out of it.
technical
The Joy of servicing some of to the Air Corps vote taken at last week'smeeting :
a
School at Chaunte Field, Rantoul, 'and no trace of the car ,or the At the senior Sottile'i home police
the world' fastest pursuit plane of the post, called attention -
DU Both course are. blast six i robbers has been reported mince looked with suspicion on William.
tell to the lot of Joe Pkhi, young to result of tests made by the .
months : Thlvty dollars wa taken from the I' younger unmarried IOn
Homestead boy who recently enlisted Extract from J..'. latest letter'Marine Issue Corp of Time a* reported magazine.In These a recent I filling station located at the Ta- I..k
in the air corps. to his parents report the servicing tests, according to the news weekly miaml Trail aid Ponce de Leon black hair fitted tht description
He has been sent to Spartan incident a* follow: showed that the Garand M-l I Boulevard, in the 2 a. m. hold-up. of one of the hold-up men. a* given
I Tracing ownership of the car to by the filling station attendant.A .
School of Aeronautic at Tulsa. Last Friday nine Curtis P40 lost accuracy after the fifth shot : I
i Okla.. where according to word pursuit plane circled the airport was fired and jammed so that a,South Dade Farms, Inc. through road patrol officer who knew
received by his parents, Mr. and and landed. The P40 I II one of the wooden mallet Had to be used to I the license number memorized by I the Sottile happened along and
\ }{n. T D. Piche, he I* enjoying world's fastest fighting plane witha unlock the magazine bolt. :filling station attendants, polio convinced the police that neither
\ of than [converged on the home* of the Jimmy nor his brother would
himself he U making good gradesrand top speed more four :
Garand automatic rifle had
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The :
he I 11 saving monthly $40 of hundred mile an hour. I..Bottlles, father and son. Jimmy a* I likely be connected with the robbery
JIll $100 aalary. Then Saturday a big ConsollCoatlnued been Intended for universal use in I;i iured the office It could not have of$30 from i filling station.

Hit Jwln brother, Iud has been ( on Page Two) J J Cootinuedon Page Eleven) I'b.eq his.(u..)ecI\lM.JLW.IIQ .I .The cat.waj insured. \
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Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 11, 1941 .4


AFT DI'KEE TAKES: Art Club to Continu e Its Painting i:I Frances County Rutland Typing Wins Contest (IGROVERSVIN 1 1I


I I Sessions Tho \VP'A Aid Withdrawn, I FROM REDLAND.BYSINGLETALIY 3,
OVER MUNICIPAI L ,
first-year
I; ____ I| France Rutland, a !
student in typing at Homestead !
The Homestead Art Club voted ferred to some phase of defense \
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School fin' a
mourn POOL ,High won' place ;
|;unanimously Monday to continue I I work. I I county-wide typing contest for I
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'Its weekly painting sessions although ' Some plan for competent criticism -fint-year business students held in The Homestead High School

Art McKee, Jr., for many yean': a WPA teacher, furnished for the local artists will be Miami Saturday, baseball team defeated Redland '"

a professional guard and memo' for the past year by the worked out. It was agreed. I!i I Winning the county contest entitles |i High School team 8 to 7 on the

ber of the Red Croat life saving Florida Art Project will no longer The weekly meeting day was;:, her to enter the state contest I Homestead diamond Friday after ..

service since 128, hat taken over be available a* all artists employed -i changed back to Friday. 1 I to be held Apr. 28 at the noon before a crowd of 250 spectator .

management of the Homestead> on the project have been trans- Plan were made for an all-day ,University of Miami. 1( *.
municipal swimming pool, tennis '
meeting at the Naranja rock piton I France, the 15-year-old daughter Both team played good ball the 1
courts and trailer :
park. Friday of next week. A business of Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Rutlandof i i first few Innings of the game but '
Today the pool will get a thorough -CITY; BASEBALL I session will follow the potluck -' Homestead, I* In the tenth I j let tip toward the last.
cleaning to remove all dirt '
luncheon. grade. Her award marks the first I I Redland drew first blood by
and algae, and when the fa I 'Y
Job I The monthly program meetingof time that a Homestead business scoring six runs In the first Inning
completed and bluestone has been I TRYOUTS TO BE
0
I the club will be held at the pupil has won a prize in countywide through three hit and five error,
need feel
applied parent no reluctance -
1 home of Mn. Henry Ruegg on contest, according to Mrs. Homestead tallied only one run
in their children
allowing
I HELD TUESDAY:Apr. 25. Ruth L. Scott business instructor. I In the tint inning. The score was '
once more to become regular patrons tied In the third Inning when
of the pool, Mr. McKee Hid.
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made
'Homestead five runs.The
A program of swimming Insruc-/ Six Homestead Men Attend Organizing' Grower scored again in the <
tk>n will be organized immediatelyand All Home.te11 players who .
Sam ,, '
fourth Inning on hits by Bio
in about two week the first{want to try out for the city-wide CouncilsIn "
Of and Defense Jackson
City County do and Ralph Dellinger. ,
of a series of weekly race and team That will play Its first basei -
Redland man, made a hit to bring
diving contests will be Inaugurated -,i I ball game In the newlyorganizedDade -
In the seventh.
the new manager said. Gold,1 County League Sunday,! response to a summons received ,mayor bring with him the heads of home Greer Roberts and R H. DOM
silver and bronze medals will be,,April 20, are Invited to report to from Gov. Spessard Hol- the light and water, police and fir Mason ,

given a* prize A gold cup will i j Manager Foy Hobbs on the land, six Homestead men will at-I! department I were umpires.The Growers lost to Andrew
be given for the most 'i!pal diamond Tuesday at 2 munlc-l tend a meeting ,in West Palm! 1
participant In the OUlalandln'l',when practice will be Beach at 2 p. m. today called by I I Jackson High School on the Jackson
The train halted for i moment'at diamond Tuesday afternoonto
.. test*. I Other team In the league are I the State Defense Council of Flori
I! a mail station. A traveler: the tune of 12-4. The Generals
Instruction In the use of a Perrine, South Miami Kendall C. da.
diving, ,
reached out of the window called made 12 hits oft Fuch and Cave,
helmet will be given by Mr. McKee C. C.. Opa-Locka navy air base They are J. D. Redd, chairmanof SO
.a boy, and said: "Here son, la Homestead pitchers.
( who I* the owner of a helmet, I and Miami army air baa< sandwich will meet
I cent; get me a 25-cent J: Homestead
air hose and pump. I Mayor Tom Harris, City
,
I An organlzatlonmettln( held in Coun-1 and one for yourself." High on the Miami diamond Tues.
Repair to the building will be the tore of Wittkofc and Buchanan ilman Frank Rue, Light and j Homestead lost It* first
Just the train started to pullout day.
made, and the women' dressing I! Monday night formulated plan Water Superintendent Gordon I as F
the boy hurried to the window game of the year to Miami High,
rooms will be celled, Mr. McKee for a general financing canvas to,Ivey Chief of Police Homer Sulli-
and ahouted "Here' quarter
announced. permit all business men a part In' van and Fire Chief A. C. Deputy. ,1 I mister. They: only had your one sand-!80.R dland will play Fort Lauderdale -

'sponsoring the team rather than' Mr. Redd will be accompaniedby wlcl1.--Ex. on Tuesday,
JOEjlCilEContinued .let one or tWIt firms have all the County Judge W. F. Blanton
advertising resulting therefrom. "\Sheriff D. C. Coleman and Super-

( From: Page One) intendent of School James T. Wil A MEMO FOR YOU -

dated B24 long range bomber was I !
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son.The Improvingand bamln
supposed to arrive non-stop from 3 REALTY DEALS letter received by Mayor In rime Real ar Eo'.'. ... nunrlntl full ,.
UK M.r lu...... thoM who UrrrMW
San Diego. Almost all of Tulsa Harris from Gov. Holland called A
will look bark on t' u
was out to see it come In. It got, CLOSED IN WEEK j today' meeting In West Palm ". that.h nea mlMd.* .1r. wlot
...
hoplnt to find
on the wrong beam and orders Beach a preliminary organization you W.
in a food Hom purvnu* fmn
were not to take a chance, so they meeting for counties and cities of .help, you to malt* today .. "opportunity :
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landed In Oklahoma City. BY E. FROSCHERRalph the fourth congressional district sra .

"The next morning the big I preparatory to the formation of EDWARD STILING
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crowd was back. A group of us county and city defense councilsIn REALTOR: I'

were on the field guarding the Finn, Coral Gables real, compliance with President Anal for Aawriran Allianceacs.
J nine P40'i when B24 landed and estate broker, ha bought taxied up by the pursuit planes. II D. Foals a 40-acre tract on fa'rntf;; j:out preparedness for defense. FkrUa City Florida.

"The state police roped off an drive west of Redland road known I Ia I The governor asked that the
area around the long-range bomber -I the Burton property, report '
and the crowd was let on to Mrs. Eleanor Froscher through;

the field. By noon the crowd had j I I whom the sale was made. Twenty

grown to between thirty-five and acre are planted to lime, avocado -
I )
fifty thousand. We had to answer -! and orange I

a million questions ,I Mr. and Mr*..Finn plan to build

"About: 11.30 a Douglas B18A'on ,the grove In the near future I;I n
bomber from MacDill Field landed. and to make It their home. They,

"Then about 12 o'clock one of I have one ion,John, a boy of school i :
the pilot of the P40'i came on to to.
the field and asked me to get I age.Two other sale have recently!, UseRedland ,;

about eighteen men and unstake,been closed by Mr. Froscher. OneIs I
and unrope the nine plane and the tale of 30 acre owned by
wind the props on to compression I'W. A. J. Kopp, opposite his home
"Man! Getting to service nine I place on Richard road, to C. E.l

J of the fastest planes In the world Schaff of St. Louis, father of How
with a crowd of 35,000 watching! ;ard Schaff of Homestead. The Brand
We sure swarmed them. We un-1 other Is the sale of the Vane Harris ;

trapped the control, wiped the house on N. W. Fifth street (formerly -
windshields and helped the pilots', owned byMrs. Elizabeth''
on with their parachute They Fuchs) to Mr. and Mrs. Homer J.I

took off at 1240.: Davis who will make It their home. ,

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MARE A WILLIS "Follows hip" as Well as Leadership 1* carried on ia his other contacts! THE WEATHER i
at school, at home and in later life I 'Ii'IiOft.
I .... .wtMe_w ass a.busiIz..rt.s
ADVICEOFDEAN Developed by Games, Says Coach of"Another physical object education of I a* program the development -! ...-. ....... rhrta.6f

of leadership and whatI f awns I 111.8.1|....\ BM.I axis
I call fellowship! We need leaders -II I Apr. S_. . 11 e: j|It.n\
.TO LOCAL ROTESDean I Too many people hive the Impression Coach Snyder said the program but we also need to know how Apr. L .. II'' 12 |MI7, .7J
that InUr-schoIaiUc athletics of physical education aim to pro- to foLlow when necessary. The![,Apr. S....... .. 71 i M | I 1..3.
I such at football, basketball vide suitable activity for every follower In the world will far Apr. 'om . ., .1 53 | I II
Russell A. Rasco of the and baseball are the primary objects -: child and regular examinations are out-number the lead I'8", concluded Apr.. T.._.._.. ..1 I 80 I 57 (12..11:
University of Miami college of law of the physical educational given to determine what a child ed Snyder. Apr. .......-.....I 87 1 S3 12..,.:, Lit
gave a talk on will at the lunch department of schools, when this' needs. Some children can Indulge I Apr. 8..1 I SS I 6J |IIt.n! '..03I
eon-meeting of the Homestead Rotary -118 I emphatically not the cue, said In the more strenuous exercises Miss Jeannette Cox, daughter of I
Club Wednesday In Legion R. Snyder, physical director at while other need bulldinf-up and Lion Chi Cox played several THE WANT-ADS
Hall He said It was advisable for JRedUnd Life School, In a corrective exercises, he said. He)piano selections. READ
to-e:
everyone to make a will and to|talk Redland District pointed out that Redland school) I
have It drawn up by a lawyer Instead Lions Club Tuesday evening.. offer 14 activities to meet this --
of by himself, or some other wide variety of need
la'lll n. Presbyterians to Have "In addition to body-building, Let Us Auto-Sway Your
He give Illustrations of various which la an aid to a healthy men :
i
kinds of wills Including libellous Easter Service: at 11 tal outlook, physical education Squeaks Away
wills in which the testator vents I help to develop character and social -
his feeling toward some Individual The theme of the Easter service co-ooperatlon", said Mr. Sny-
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REDLAND SERVICE STATION
or group but falls to realize'at 11 o'clock In the HomesteadPresbyterian der.
that his estate can be sued for libel Church will be "The I "By participating In various "Spanny" 3nsaa, Prop.Si .
after his death. I Seven Finest Words. 'games a child learns to be unselfish -! glee AY*. a Mewry SL Homestead. Fit
The Rev. Randolph Blackford,I Dr. C. F. Robinson will direct and sportsmanlike and to cooperate -{ Zl-HOCR SERVICE. .- PHONE tUI
who will leave next week for a the music. with other This habit -- --
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year of army service a< cantata in
the chaplain l corps, was given l
year's lesve-of-absence from
-.1
club. In response to a call
President Clarence Parman,
made a short farewell talk.
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FOUR LOCAL MEN:I Make your Power


LEAVE FOR YEAR,


AT ARMY CAMP! need it

as you

Four local men I left yesterday
morning in a contingent of 14
white draftees from Drift District
7 sent to Camp Blinding all]
Starke, Fla., for a year of ann'l 1
training. They are: only way engine
Ralph Bevls, son of Mr. and Mr*. !' THE out of an 3
J, R. Bevls of Homestead. I IArvld I
and Lawrence ? is to burn fuel in it. . w
sons of Mr*. Ward Roberts od| Y

Homestead. I And it wouldn't be smart to
Emory Cabll Byart, Jr., son ot' 3
Mr. aiid Mrs E-C. Byars of Red burn enough gas to develop ;

land.. a hundred-plus horsepower \

Ministers Will Hear all of the time-when it usually fop

Dr. Williams MondayDr. takes only a small part "

of that to give the p
Geo. C. Williams of Miami you per-- ,
.will speak on "The Seven Age of I I formance you want.
Youth" at the meeting of the Red-
land District Ministerial Association '
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In the Homestead Presbyterian The sensible thing to do is to
,
Church Monday morning announces develop power as you need . ,;
the Rev. Geo. H. Ricks,
president of the association.The it-and that is precisely what -- '

meeting will begin. at 10:30: the Buick FIREBALL eight
o'clock.:
with Compound Carbure- tpitYili l r
RALPH ANDREWS JOINS NAVY :
tionf doe .
'Ralph Andrews, son of Mr. and'' 11)1
Mrs. Bert Andrews of Homestead I
has Joined the U. S. Navy far a { As long as one of the two
six-year enlistment. He has been,
employed for the past six month, carburetors in this system'
In a bakery in Miami and I II now will do the job that is the
visiting his parent before leaving
for Norfolk, Va. i only.one that functions.


I r But when, you need extra

ChiropracticEACH power extra pressure on the "BestM&You

rH akh foot throttle throws an extra

12 carburetor into action, feed '

ing more fuel mixture into
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your'engine and pouringmore

horsepower out. thus make your power as 15/% more mileage than the

HIGH you need it. You know same engines once gave with

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a'I' power when it's wanted. Interesting?We think so tooespecially
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Life Is too short to be spent constantly 'f5
See dealer
"ailing. Let Chiropractic I eguipt operation over the whole your and learn

how you the way back to Health. I and aceesor9;- range of your driving about FIREBALL design and
A* It ha for so many other exraPrycuInUect
that carburetors Carburetion out
Grasp each day, each hour for tot' the two Compound

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hour i* wasted, make an appointment .
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OMM rf Mi C.-"_ '!.If MRS # R jortffsotf939 OA'T3 An': lot He found Hit ; :

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kin forget the day /A.LA": '; 'rAV".Il&S j He saw' and wept, and )

,That we went out a-walkin t.9.ra face-. sway.
Ale lOt down at the river bank coeyNrr'I .J r . .

;. An' kept on hours 1- Dtlft1 : In the stillness. of ',
Be twisted up my apron string morning while the
'An folded it together I I streaks of grey,shone :
...' said he thought for harvest astern sky Mary ,

time with Mary'the mother
" "Twa curt kind o' weather. and Salome to; the
)
.; had with them sweet
The sun went. down II we tot anoint the precious body
I there- crucified Saviour.
Joslar seemed uneasy. They must have
An' mother the began to call find the body of Christ '
(( "Loweezy! oh Loweezy!" they had seen It placed

An' then Joilar poke right up short time before or
Ai I was just a-stsrtin' I not have brought with
An' 1.ld. "Loweezy what's the uw spices and Incense.
Of us two ever partln'T"
surprise-when, Instead o
i I 14 Him whom they sought :
It kinder took me by surprise, I a am eworf i an angel of the Lord ,
An' yet I knew twaa comin' c/Ganerreoter the opened tomb. Christ ;; :
r. I'd heard it all the summer long i there! They became

hln/eyery wild bee' hummln'; I AI/I1JIll'l11tD"NAll PEr k and started to run away I

I'd studied out the way I'd act, ARm I1r RAIN4)1IJ SP I4'G angel spoke to them.
But Lawl! I couldn't do It; I : NEAQ ININNllUJfoI, DEL/6NFt to Saint Mark, he said I
I meant to hide my love from him, affrighted seek Jesus :
I ifrntse t/Gttreo c/6* errzs.ftetff ye .
But seems aa If he knew It. reth, which I I
MFYFVER TOCURRENT was ;
An' lookln' down Into my eyes 65r risen; he is not here; : ij :

He must a' seen the fin; ,. aa.eNEOl4 place where they laid I
An' ever since that hour I've loved -- tell his
go your way

An' worshipped my Joilar. I .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . I Peter that he goeth I
Annonymoua. the other hand, Germany Is basing . . . . .: . IsTnT i I into Galilee; there I I

her future commerce on South him as he said unto you." :
LIBRARY FACTS! d
American trade which Is on a
Women in GermanyThere strictly gold bail Germany's only All of that happened y I
I
ago, a* we measure
COMMENT hope Is on the "trade and barter AND FANCIESBy
( are still some women In I,two thousand years! i
, the United States who clamor for ystem. a mere two thousand i
By AGNEW WELSH . .
MM. J. B. GACZENSLJBKAKT Flvt:2
renter equality between the :taken from the Infinite l'
II I exes and speak of our present A German :year book give* the ............,........ .... .. '............. ...... ...... ,of time, After an It is I
;, way of life Eddie. ..- distribution of Its people on the
as a "man's world. I Not*, Mr. WiM wbiMUMT HOURS I twenty-seven generation
When contrasted with, the poii. ...anat.. to w his "C.aa.aW" wbah.r American continent .* follows: In 'that been born 11 11have
ton of women under the Third his -.IniM MinaiM* Attmi M M_veri.n.swith _..1I. the IT. S. tea millions; Brazil, one Monday, Wednesday Thand a7.! Twenty-seven :
Reich In Germany however, the .Both..........to Mfauil Anww FT Walsh *4* N. K. million; Canada and Argentine, a '-I p. ax I the time of Christ And
position of women In this country half-million each; Chili and other Tuesday Friday !' a, ...1 p. aa :far from Him and His
looks Immeasurably better. An authoritative survey shows Latin-American regions 200000. Saturday, t-ll a. ELI '.1 f. i I i|have we wandered! 1

Basically, the place of women that In 1915 this country employed -I( ,., P. ... I|i We who find ourselves :
in the Nazi scheme can best be 470,363 persons to conduct the Senator Burton K. Wheeler ,'between two great i ,
In 1834 Mrs. Edith Anlsfl.ld'Wolf i '
fathered from Hitler's own word (federal business. By 1918 this had (Democrat: Montana) is continuing of Cleveland |',',only the Now in which
I Ito Ohio eats
In his opinion it Is wrong for increased to 917,750; then it fell, his crusade against war' and hind u* stretch I
Wished the Anlsfleld award in
women to "Intrude Into the worldof a few over 800,000 and ran along:,urges the people to organize of her father. The j I of year, the eternity of
the man." Goebbles put It a slightly Increasing upward war clubs. He argues that Inu-1,memory purpose -',that is gone beyond
more bluntly. He believe that trend until 1938, when the rapid:!j out for England means of this award wa to encourage -,of us lies an
and reward good books In the
the life of a woman should be In rise began and the peak in 1040 us," and urges continuation of field I an eternity unborn, !
of racial relation either
the nursery or among the jpotal(was over a million-1,1T1W Is''the fight-not alaal the bill, for here abroad. i i At this season we are
and pans. ,the figure given. Is now a law-but against war or i'rating the ordeal of One
The sixth annual John Anlsfield I
This Idea Is put Into practice. 1 lit every step that gives dicta- award of $1,000 has been in peace, One who was
-'
'l In the first three years of Nazi The idea of an existence after powers to any executive. In to Louis Adamlc the presented outstanding ,damned, and crucified, ;
as -
. nil'. the number of women attending death is almost universal, even this attitude he has a strong and /cause Ht taught peace
/ book of the racial:
German universities drop 'among, very Illiterate savage tribes 1 vocative ally in Col. IJndber,. I I relations. He also year received on a n''and equality. I wonder
ped from 19,400 to 9,700. Those of the Neo* Hebrides I would do
At present -,, group] __'_.__ honorary degree of Doctor of Letters -. If He were
for every ten men enrolled In,:of Islands In the, South Pacific IH..I from Temple University In1[through the land of Hi
a higher, educational Institution, place at the mouth of a dying today.
Children in CourtBy I Philadelphia for his "distinguished
only one woman Is allowed person a bamboo tube jointsealedat .
I contribution to the field of 1I1.t.-'
:,\ It I* the official duty of women one end into which is supposed I Judge Malcolm HatfleldADVENT ture.' I THE BURST OF
\ under the Nazis l to bear children to enter the spirit of the dying I Louis Adamlc American citizen '
an
: regardless of whether or not they person as it leaves the body. The, ", IH_ I since 1918 The aged Painter of the
came to this
;:) are married. Hlmmler I Is then sealed and kept in country ky
recent)yltube! ( I from I
what Is
. OF UNETHICAL now Yugoslavia i
:THE '
I 'I;
, : put the number of children to a, the house in the belief that the 1 inn, 1913 Because of his personal Had grown quite I
; family from four to six and un(spirit thus remains with the fam"I The parents of a young man who I 1l;experience a* an Immigrant, he i' endless task. I
l married women are apparently exi -, II). The belief of the America I had Just reached his maturity hal written on this subject from a|He had exhausted his
, i petted to furnish ;:Indian In the Great Is 1 1 supply
their Spirit .
.1 i quota of[ 11'.11-1 complained to a judge that they ,viewpoint that could not have been 1 ,
., children for the Fatherland. known I I could no longer compete with outlaid possible by an American-born citi Of color schemes. He

While women are welcomed *s I I influences that were helpingto :zen. voice to ask
I Ii
; long u they are healthy' nazi Many economists are opposed to mold the sons character and His The Higher' Cod's ...
. i career a* a writer began in'I
'I,i capable of bearing children, Hit our hoarding In the fortified hill outlook on life. ,1928 when his stories were pub-'! release.
: I lees hew order has of Kentucky 70 of He heard no answer to
no place lor per cent the No one cares to go on record jllshed In the American Mercury.
} the unfit An official Nazi lUte- 'world's gold, fearing Europe 'may I t a* voicing the belief that "crime|!In 1938 Mr. Adamlc began hlsi lest prayer
r I men says that the party la "not 1!declare It a non-money metal. On pays", for the' nation as a whole I study of American life resulting|i>No lound awoke to

concerned in helping sick mothers still cling to the hope that ithe from the influx of Immigrant to I grey peace.yThe
; <
with wretched children, but only I child must spend his time at Nazi criminal win never be able to enjoy this country In the last hundred 1 i aged Painter, out
. those mothers whom we select, and I(party rallies or work at drilling hla ill-gotten gain Nevertheless 'years. Tram Many Lands," Is the''!' despair
who, we think, by our. aid will be:and marching. The war has stepped when young men read and result of this study. i|Hurled forth his -
: led to full usefulness: up the program of Nulfica- hear about those who fall in small, 'I through
Women have little opportunity: I cation, and the Deutsche A'Uejmelne legitimate busmese enterprises, : The misty morning sky
r to become real mothers at least: Zettung is reported to have they are struck with the fact that I Arthur Train, author of several I: grey.i. .
' In the normalsense of'the word'announced that beginning early the honert. law abiding citizen is i novels and the "Tutf series, has i.And lot With keen .

When boy reach the age of eight, '|this year, parents would be allow- at a disadvantage.in recently completed "Mr. Tuttl I he view
they: :.must Join the Hitler Youth,ed to see their children only on order to make It possible for Comes Home", and it will be off The masterpiece of
Organization Girls are compelled the.second and fourth Sunday of the conscientious and industrious the press before the last of this I greeted day
to join the League of German I each month. Home life I II apparently business man to operate ,month to entertain the reading,A thousand vivid tints,

Maidens at the age of ten From' considered a detriment I j tully on an honest bUl lueee'1(public. and streak '
thla time on they are children of to the rearing; of Hitler-minded.in competition with the I Adorning every cloud I
the state. "The White Cliffi" by Alice I. lain peak!
Family fife ]s of sec'ondary youth. lout racketeer we must do kin I
importance. Later when the children art wishing; and hoping and attack his Duer Miller continue to be a bestseller

It the parents of such childrenare their teens, they: enter labor I I economic and moral problem at Its I and now the author I* put,and since has written "M,

not properly enthusiastic camps. From there the boy go very source. This will mean a ting together'a picture book she|Aram", which has been
about the Nazi cause It I* possible to the army and the girl art expected bitter struggle to the end and P lIIibl1 -calls j)' "I fine Loved England.. [best sellers.

that the children will actually betaken to marry. There 1* .a p the uprooting of many of .
from the home. Hitler take parently no other choice. Hitler our fixed habits and Ideals .i "Sarojran's Fables" will be In- The Reader1 Club w
no chance He sees that the youth :has carved out a definite place for Before that day arrives, we may eluded among the fall titles and l April b a reissue of
of Germany Is raised according to''each, boy and girt place chosen have to recognize and readjust Is the latest accomplishment of I'l!_'* "The Far Away
the tenets of his "new, order." (solely for the good it will do the many of the voluntary recreation- William Soroyan. He won. the!Tr4s.book.WM ) ;\ ,

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I teachers, social workers, farmers 'sanitation yet to have been organized NOVEMBER+ NOW
and both skilled and unskilled in the United States of Redland Girl ScoutsBy

I workers are forced to exist on America? The enactment of this Rosemary Bark, Scribe
: starvation wages. When such conditions I plan into law will ultimately result .. I MONTH TO ELECT
l prevail it Is little wonder in the fulfillment of the Golden
that California's Hollywood is' Rule, 'Whatsoever ye would The Redland Girl Scouts met In
: I overrun with adolescent, movie- that men should do to you, do ye the scout room at Redland achool,SCHOOLTRUSTEES

,, struck girls, and that our roadhouses even to to them. Tuesday

,,'. ..,. ... """ beer gardens and tavernsare All you citizens under the age The meeting was opened by the 1
swamped with applicationsfrom displaying of the flag and respect
lof sixty yean can do no greateract Election of local school trustees,
Well her we are again, all thousands of young men who for humanity than to help chairman with the Girl Scout'which In the past hit been held la
aspire to become jau lingers promise and the singing of "God '
gathered to make laws for another yourself by helping this plan May of the odd year very tw*
couple of year crooners and night club enter'tainen. along-then by doing unto those Blest America"Kathleen yean, will not be held in 1941 until
who have reached the of sixty Campbell read the I November.The .
age I
And, If you not aaVvt go along, Girl Scout laws and gave the
we're here to UNDO acme of the what you would have others (those meaning of each one. time of trustee election wee
things previous legislatures have THE MAIL BOX of us who are yet in our youthfulday Sally Lou Bryant talked on the chanced In the general school cod
already done. It's always that ) do unto you. Let us forgetall I for the flag.A adopted by the legislature In 1931.
'Way.Sort. Idle )esta for the time and look I Why the chance was mad, line
TOWNSEND PLAN on the more serious side of life.1 party was planned for Friday there It no general election In No-
o' "rule o thumb" lawmaking April U, to hike to Homestead to
Editor'Leader-Enterprise: Where can you find a more vember of the odd yean, U not
but thafi the kind we I the pool and later have a wiener
or economical answer for known locally. The suggestion has
have In a democracy and thafi All who are members in good lenlibl.j roast
lowing questions: been advanced that the Intention
the kind we want right on. standing (dues paid within the I The meeting was closed with
Which America was to make the trustee election
past year) of Homestead Town- way, the singing of tlpt.R.rrel1unenll .
We got a couple of dandy headmen
this aeailon. That send Club Number One, which has After the war. what I were served by coincide with general elections
man How best meet the national debt? but the necessity of changing to
been meeting regularly in the
Beacham president of the senate the hostesses, Joy Lee and Kathleen
location sine Nov. 4 1934 How create a universal brother- even yean was overlooked.
la one of the solid cltiaena If you tame ,: Campbell.Present .
get what we mean. You can't, should: without fall, attend hood among nations? I were: Marie Ragert,
run that chap off the rostrum by I meeting on April 13, 20, or 37, .::1 How best establish peace on Joy Lee, Lenore Williams, Sarah Campbell, Verdle Coalman, Alice
showing him bevy of beauties every meeting during the rem.ln-I earth? Vlhlen. Rosemary Burk Rosemary Rick Evelyn Gouman, Charlotte
in the lobby. He'i itrlctly bustBeu. der of this month will be great I The answers to these and many I Hennlngton Kathryn Levy, Murray, Marian Cowman, Mix I
importance. All who have been I other question to vital to national Grace Burry Sally Lou Bryant A. L Campbell, Mrs H. Cowman
h.v.1 in favor of the Ideas of this great I prosperity can be found in studying 'Kathleen Wagner, Kathleen and Miss Kerfoot.
And In the house, we
over national recovery plan, all who at' the final effects of H. R 1839!
serious minded Dan
another chap.
I tome time have been affiliated I' now before the Congress of the'II -----
McCarty la a young iprout but he with the Townsend Plan and have United States. Do you want the "
knows what makes the wheels I I Gote- / ..
go your,46tet
for any reason allowed their membership -; Townsend Plan? If so, the only y.
'round and when talk to him
you to lapse, should renew! way possible la for each citizen to:
about legislation you want to know !that membership at once. You'!express that desire through the Sears.ftaebuclH E Co.
about. He '
what you're talking
I
knows I who enlisted for the duration of I Townsend National Recovery Plan,
already
war on depression should not be- by getting( into the movement and
So we're getting settled downto come a poor soldier In the face of lending your actual support Your: BISCAYHE E BOULEVAP AT 13ttf ST.
business. Maybe this column victory.Do membership at this time will count
can't be at frivolous at It was two you know that to affiliate far more than your vote at election

yean ago. Maybe we'll have to yourself with a local club you become time. gas is l2ig jilijam--m-
attend to our knlttin' a little a member of one of the J. D. WYSONG, Secretary.
closer. But don't lose heart. greatest national humanitarian or- Homestead, Apr. 9, 1941.
There's always a laugh or two _
every week somewhere in the
serious business and we'll be
watchin for it. Don't go way
:Well be back in a flash with a
flash. So long for now.

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In 1830. Another book by this
author it "Pull Devil Pull Baker
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Have you read "Hold AutumnIn
Your Hand" by George Sessions
Perry, "Gone With the Draft" by
park Bendall, "Something 'More
Than Earth" by Helen Norris (a of
owners low-priced cars
Miami resident), -King's Row" by
Henry Bellamann, "Benjamin
Blak," by Edison Marshall, "Pil-
grim's Way" by John Buchan and Pi7res
The Blue Cloak" by Temple are making this IfNtiT YWFALM
Bailey. These area few of the late
books that can be found in your

local library.

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Institutions which are now copIng .
with the problem to their fullest -
extent. If crime It to be eradicated -

a great levelling Influence
mutt necessarily be introduced A&r
Into Individual lives. No nation
can hope to grapple with economic
and criminal issues successfully' as
long as it pays bubble, strip tease
and fan dancen thousands of dol-

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have my choice of the courses In dom of speech and press, and because ' Into that fortress neither President
that college. When I am out in I know I will be given a nor Congress nor armies, nor
the world if 1 think I am better :fair trial In all cases, is not a I, mob can enter" and take away my
I Redland Rattler -r than my fellowmen in the same reason for me to kill a man or' life. or liberty.
vocation, I have the privilege of propagate any such crime. The
DORA SCOTT and ILA JEAN IRWIN Editor ,charging whatever price I see fit I Constitution la no excuse for me LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE
to walk Into my neighbor' house
When I am twenty-one years of Or APPLICATION CO*
and off something that does
carry TAX DEED
I will be permitted vote
I age to. not belong to me. Our commonsense FILM S4MI
What Our Constitution ,foreigner or a person of certain I for the one I think will best carryon Moth h isms WI.-0 that BHlwlrk.llrMt .
and .....
of distinguishing right I... Wave. r w4o.e d City '"r H.
beliefs that the I will be
religious -
I government our government -llkou Nuabed lOt.,
must be employed in taking .toad Tom son
wrong
Means to Me II does not approve of. free to advertise my political views Ltd 'be soh day 01 _Mr. A. D. looth
advantage of these privileges filed sold C./fiat. I. ... atfb..d .
By Dan Scott i:I Our Constitution says I am safe and opinions In any way, so long Our bill of right sets forth cer- .... ..- ..* .. for p. d.edto
1 ....
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Ie MonrMlOT wild
the method doe not infringe i.
land home as
In and I
In dart like these, when the secure my may tain rights that we enjoy as American sold. Coftl/..... tm,nrm UM folio.li.
I keep my private and personalproperty upon the rights of others. If I deihd roDrrtr. HuaM hi Dads
democratic form of government I* citizens, but if we misuse ....
,
I were to commit, or to be accused c.u'I7. Florid-6 .It'
there unmolested.
being challenged by totalitarian 'these rights given to us by thethe1' Lot I. Blork .. Iwlee.: A ,
; hear Amendment Four of the Constitution of, any crime I would have the Constitution, are taken awayfrom th. City government we many .
assures me that no military right of a trial by jury and be Dado. SUM of FloridaTko .
speeches and read us. aiiQJiaiiiit of MM proporty Under
: Uo''nbo force will Intrude Into my home. permitted to present witnesses. two CortlfloMo bawd m I* tko oar oft
bout our we, at _
unless MM C.rtirtr.10 hall
In many foreign countries the people These and thatI I with other Am- W.I. .. .... ..
: American citizens, ever stop to realize rights privileges can say every M t d m < M vdln la u< a 4
,. just what this Constitution are forced to care for and feed I have numerated are certainlythe erican citizen today as Sol Bloom will bass UMTOOI on tho ttk day of H....

t means to us, personally? I can soldiers in their homes I blessings of a democracy, made'said In his address about the Constitution A'D?l"u.1i.: tot &B LEArHERM'AN
think of many privileges this Con- When I graduate from high possible by our Constitution. These : "This was made for me. Clerk of Circuit Court
stltutlon gives me, as an average school, I have my choice of learning privilege, Improperly used, are It la my fortress. When danger Dado Cowitjr Florida
: high school student In my life. any vocation I want in any 1 I no longer blessings but merely threatens my life or liberty I can Circuit Cowt I.i N..1 C.iTERaIT7.D.C.
i I attend a free public high school college I am able to attend. I i hlnderances. Because I have free take refuge in ,the Constitution. (Apr.. d. 11. 1s U. May I. llt

:I and take any subject that I choose : 2
In the schoolroom, I am free to I
discuss with my Instructor and my I It
t class any subject that I desire
The high school students In the
; totalitarian nations are taught only
; what the head of the governmentsees These Used Car Bargains
fit and necessary for them to _
learn. These students must not
discuss their government and are
t not supposed to understand how ItI'
Is carried on. Mean
i In our high schools and collegesof .
I', today we have an organizationcalled
the Student Council which
governs most of the school's activities -
under the supervision of the
:; faculty This form of student government -

:}t our would nation be Is no patterned government.student directly governmentin There after MONEY IN THE BANK !I


f schools in Germany. Italy, or ,
f Russia. By taking part In this ;
j' student government I learn many
'
/ things about a democracy and it
: 1 helps me to appreciate such a form GUARANTEED TO BE
1 of government.On .
; Sunday,when I go to church PRICED BELOW TilE MARKET
: I can go to any church that I wish '-
1 I know that the minister Is free
to say what he please In the pul- 1 .
I pit, unmolested. I can hold my
i' own opinions on that religion and
r am free to try to sell them W "BANK ON BUICK" AND SAVE !
a others. In dictatorships the man
1 at the head of the government
y tells the people how to worship
i and prevents them from expressing
their ideas about that religion or
any other religion. 1939 PONTIAC "8" 4-DOOR TOUR-
I Even the various recreations Ienjoy ING SED 1935 CHEVROLET 2.DOOR SEDAN
\ are made possible by this N-Orrgl.nal; paint -Good mechanical condition I
constitution. When I go to the in grey; radio; good tires; clean tires fair Priced to sell
t movies, I see pictures about our insIde.
government, about other governments
; and I hear speeches about
these things. When I listen to the
radio I hear the news of other
nations news of our own government -
stories and plays of al 1936 BUICK .DOOR TOURING 1933 PONTIAC "6" 2-DOOR I

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ship.We, In America who read a* a new seat rovers; tires very ditlon; t good ,

pastime, can read and Interpret good ; in excellent condition. cheap
what we read the way we please
1 There are no books that we must
read; there is nothing we are forbidden
to read.
In seeking recreation I can go I
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one. My government does not say grey finish in black; radio. this fir
that I must not be seen with a nal paint; radio; seat coven; 'I has been in good hands and is
white aide tires. A very new
in excellent rondltlon.I
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looking fir priced to sell.

Boudoir Chairs $5.95 up I

Coffee Tables $9.23 up
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: reaDy good mechanically radio.
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In the post- their home In Homestead I* com- '
bake ale Saturday
University a
Howard West all student at 1}
of Florida, returned to office building pleted. ____ 'Ii

Gainesville Sunday after here.spending Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelll tie the i Mr*. Wiggins and Charlie ROM
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and Around the spring holiday of Tampa are visiting Mr Rots' '
r ___ 'proud parent of a ninepound.nenounce [ .
: daughter, born Monday brother-in-law and sitter Mr. and I
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: Miss Marjorie Moser, a Junior at
at the James Arches Mr Harvey Rohrer.
morning
Florida Southern College, arrivedyesterday ,
Homestead : to spend the Easter Smith Hospital.Mr. I I Mr and Mn.-Uld;;; Rohrer and \
with her parent, Mr.
and holiday Mr*. Ivan Moser. 1, and Mra. C. H. Unutead left I children, Junnita and Rodney: I
r ___ I II ;Saturday for Washlngtn D. C. I II ,moved to Cape Sable Tuesday :

r I The Rev Geo. H. Rick and D.:
left for their homes Wednesday.Mr. Miss Edna Gardner of Miami Mra. R. W. Mullins worthy matron ;
Mr. and Mr Wm. M. Bradley r P. Blake, pastor and elder of the I I 1'1 I
and their little ion, Wm. M. Bradley -: and Mrs. Lamb will visit In Homestead Presbyterian Church a guest at the home of Mr. of Ad Astra Chapter of the :
and Mr. Schumanwill Immona. O. E S., returned Saturday from
arrived In Homestead Jacksonville to attend the Mr* J. H. '
HI will leave Tuesday
'r she week t
Statesville, Ga. Tampa where spent a
terday to visit over the yn.j |o to spring meeting of St. John's Presbytery '
Walton Dixon left Sunday on a' with other delegates and member
with Mr. Brtdley'i itep-father which will be held In
Edward Kirby University of business to northern Florida attending the grand chapter ses- t
trip
mother, Mr.and Mrt. A. R. Livingston : Clearwater April 1' 18.
and other relative, Mr. Florida freshman who spent the I lions
,
Vnle ___
Bradley li vocational agriculture, Easter holidays with his parents, Miss Jewel Turner underwentan Mr. and Mrs. O. Rohrerof C
school at Crescent Mr.and Mra.T. E. Kirby of Homestead Miami visited relative and Mr Walter Schutt received
teacher In the high operation for appen- \
emergency !
underwent a tonsil operation In James Archer friend here Sunday. word this week that her sister, Mrs. 1Mich.
City. dlcltl Sunday 1\
in the James Archer Smith Smith Hospital, where he wasSaid I ---- Leona Tollentlne of Walled Lake. '
He will Mr. and Mr Harvey Rohrer announce .. Is In a hospital receiving
Mr. and Mrt. Wayne Adams and Hospital on Apr. 2. return I to be recovering satisfactorily, : ,
t lIOn Tommy, will leave today for I to Gainesville Sunday. yesterday. I the birth of a daughterFriday treatment for a leg broken In four

:, Pompano where they will make at the Kendall hospital. placea ,
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lyon who r ----
{ their home for the next fix Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin left Wednesday -
1. month, Mr. Adami I* connected since December have lived In on an extended peaking! Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Hamilton Mr*. C. Dunn and Mrs. Anna j
with the state road department.. Longvlew the home of Mr. tour that: will take him to Knoxville moved into the Collier cottage onEighth Rothenburg left recently for I
. Lyon's parent, Mr and Mrs. H. Ashevllle, Cincinnati, Washington street last week. Greenwich, Conn. i iFm
Mr. and Mrt. Lloyd Witt will j M. Lyon, moved back Wednesdayto Philadelphia, Baltimore,: -
.t leave Friday for their home III their own home at 117 N. W. New York, Boston and other cities.: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sumner who a self-made man."
Bedford, Va. after a winter InHomeitead. First streetMiss He will illustrate his talk with managed the Palms hotel duringthe "You're lucky. I'm the revised
Mri. Witt will visit motion picture scene of Dade winter, left Wednesday for worm of a wife and three dough- :
l' in Columbus, Ga. before returning Iva Dyal and Miss Marlon County, Including the RedlandDistrict Mississippi. .-Ex. !'
to her home. Burger of Dayton, Ohio, a classmate . and Royal Palm State ,t
of Miss Dyal at Stetson University Mr2rTony: lorl of Ipswich '
at De Land, arrived Wednesday I Park. r Mr. and Dr. Leonard. Ilackln' :;
of r
Mr*. Raymond Roberta Key .. I Mass, slid their two children .
West pent the week-end visitingher : to visit Miss Dyal's par.ents. I of Mr. and Mr*.
art guest GLASSES
it parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.I' . Mr. and, Mrs.freshman E. J. Dyal.at Brenau Miss, FLORIDA CITY I Sam Tomassl. ,I **...11.1... 1? I,. ,... ..,_ 1 I
Nina Dyal a 1
Campbell. By Mrt W. W. levers rill/.a sow 1I.lrI. Ni
College In Gainesville, Ga. arrived ,,.......... i M-; ; M. Batchelor'' ,., N. .. rii-t M, MI..U "-. I II
Mr. and Mr*. D. H. Dcllinger "by: plane yesterday to spend the i -- Mr. and i I C.Mi..,.... Air C.NUI..s
The W. S. C. S. of the Florida have sold their property in Dade CN.NMwI tier
I' Jr this. and week daughter to Miami, Brenda where, moved Mr. holidays with her parent City Community Church will hold. City and are staying here until 1 I" .

Delllnger Is employed. I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Van Marterof ,r eb.
,
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Redland and Mr. and Mr*. Albert -
and Mrs. Clayton Under BusilY of Florida City attended
Mr.
i wood of Naranja and their son, the funeral of E. A. Geer, lrJf CHEVROLETPresents \
Tom. left Tuesday to accompanyMr. held Wednesday: of last week in :
J. Miami. Mn. Geer lived here.ten
Underwood's mother, Mrs.
R. Underwood, to her home In year ago when she was Mrs. Miles ,

t Dublin, Ga., Mrs.J. R. Underwood Breece. ViI A Grell/Spring ,
has been visiting her tons and
I R. Anderson
daughters-in-law, Mr and Mra. Mr. and Mn. W.

Jesse Clayton Underwood Underwood.and Mr. and Mra. of Ga.Wednesday Naranja for and a visit son, In Billy O'Conee, left, if ({( [( t:1IJI/ff" "


*.f Goulds Mr. and entertained MC'ru.;; ;; Sunday E. Lee 011 I Mr. and Mr*. Frank Burress ol

t Cora Page and Miss Winnie Dugan, Miami spent Sunday with Mr. and
" both of Miami. I Mr*. J. R. Byrura In Redland. of the worlds leagingIoii'-pacedcars

t student:: O. A. Halnlln i* seriously til at carluilder
," Miss Sue Robinson 6y the WOrldSentlIff motor
the Kendall hospital where he was
at Stetson University at De Land,'i
arrived. yetserday to spend the i I taken Monday.

Easter holidays: with her parent,I Mrs.Curtis Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Carl F, Robinson.Mrs. : Mr. and
.. left this week for a visit with
Walter-Erben of Coconut'friend and relative In Dublin,

Grove spent the week-end with Ga.
her mother Mrs. Raymond: Insua.I'
Elwin Cooper, Herbert Booth

Mr. and Mn. Sam J. Davis, Mn.I Harvey: Rue, Allen Pope and , sM!
Gussle Joiner and Mrs. Geo. W. 1 e ra

Turner, Jr. returned Saturday ,
from the meeting of the
, rand attending chapter of the O. E. S. in Tropical Cate I II

I Tampa. sP T. II I
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Miss Jane Gatlin and her
, n house guest. Miss Mary lefJJ NOW LOCATEDIN
Davis and Miss Helen Farmer, TilEDORNE
Sunday for Atlanta where they 1
aw students at Wesleyan College.Mr. ., BLDG.N. .

Krem Ave } NEW CHEVROLET FLEETLINE . \
J and Mrt. O. F Lamb and
Hardman Schuman who have Homestead, FlorlclaFOR
been spending the farming sea ALSO NEW 1941 SPECIAL DE LUXE MODELSIn
son at South AUapittah Gardens, I
the moat beautiful, most modem color harmonies II

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MATCHING BODY AND UPHOLSTERY COMBINATIONS :
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10 different and distinctive color selections...4 beautiful two ;

tone combinations . Come In and see the most stunningly j

Persian lime grove styled and tastefully decorated group "of motor cars ever presented d 1

In the low-price field, l.I'YOU'LL
on Krome Ave, two miks north of i

Homestead bank corner. Trees five SAY "FIRST BECAUSE IT'S FINEST. I


yean old. Ideal site for ,suburban '

horn*. Will sacrifice for'cash.' In* BIRD ,CHEVROLET COMPANY. 1

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: MISS SHIRLEY HARKNESS IS WEDDED REDLAND P. T. A. VOTES TO PURCHASE

I TO CHARLES L SELLERS IN PARSONAGE The CalendarApr. I COMPLETE MOTION PICTURE EQUIPMENT


Min Shirley Harknes of Princeton -' Princeton. 11-Meeting of the Annie I A moving picture machine, com' pre-school summer round-up will

popular member of the Red-'I The bride ii the daughter of the Club with Mrs. Gussie Joiner. plete with amplifying and recording be held In the school in May. This
: ;laU Mr. and Mm. Ole Peterson of Apr. 11-Meeting of Princeton round-up Is held for all the child-
land High School -faculty, and Princeton. She received: an A. :t'. Home Demonstration dub at home unlta will be purchased by ren In the community, they said,

t Charles L'Sellers Homestead degree from the Florida State College of Miss Jean Coldren at I o'clock. Redland P. T. A. for the Redland and It la free.

,were married Friday evening at, tot Women in Tallahassee Apr. 12-Legion Auxiliary'swhite school, the association voted at Its Miss Eleanor Meben, art teacher -

I T o'clock in the parsonage of the where the majored in English, elephant and rummage salt/matting Wednesday evening in in the RecSland' High School

Silver Film Methodist Church by speech and Latin. During her in Leaner building the school auditorium. Money showed hand drawn slides In the .

; the Rev Jesse K. Waller, pastor of college career the took a prominent -, Apr. 14-Annual meeting of for the project was obtained from slide projector, and Rosemary

i the church. part in the activities of the Monday Music Club at home of the Fruit Festival queen contest. Hennlnglon and Kathleen Wagner ,

: The ceremony was witnessed by: speech department and was a Mn. Julian H. Webster. I The organization voted also to explained their meaning. Art work '

I Mr and Mn. J. M. Brown Un.OM member of Beta Phi Alpha soror- Apr. 19-Election of officers of pay the expenses of the president, was displayed.

Burrichter, MIN Ruth Murray ity. During the put three Woman's Club of the Redlands. I Mn. Herman Heinlein, to the state Principal Carl Wagner gave a

f MU Helene Kjeldsen, Mia men aha hu taken graduate I\IDI-I Apr. -Meeting of HomesteadP. institute at Gainesville from May talk on "Repentance Necessary to

I Mary Engle. Miss Marporit Lewis in Latin at Emory University in T. A. 10 to 13.County. Good Living".

and Mia Colleen McVicker. Atlanta. Apr. 17-Meeting of Junior nurses gave talks on Mrs. A. L Campbell and Mn.

f The bride wore a pleated redingote The bridegroom !I. a ion of Mr. Music Club at home of Mrs. Geo. health in the school and community R. F. Hennlngton served punch

ensemble of dusky rose with and Mn. Gladstone Sellers of Ar- N. Wakefield. and announced that the annual I,and cookies.

powder blue accessories and a ,,cadia. He has made Homestead Apr. 18-Work meeting of

corsage of gardenias. oil home for the past four yeari. Homestead Home Demonstration MRS. RALPH
I club at 9 30 In F. A. KINGMAN IS INSTALLED
After the ceremony a wedding They are postponing their wedding : F. clubhouse.

J upper was served at the home of i trip till June when they planto Apr. '-"' -d meeting ofHomestead PRESIDENT OF EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY;
Mr. and Mn. John L. Murray In I I I go to New York. I Art Club at Naranja
I I rock pit at 9 a. m. with business
Mrs, Ralph Kingman was Installed Present were: Mrs. Ruth Scott,
meeting after pot-luck luncheon.
MEMBERS VISIT I president of.the Woman's Mri. E. l lr.. J.
HOMESTEAD ART CLUB Apr. 18-H. H. S. senior play in Roman > Denby,
If Neva Auxiliary of St. John's Episcopal Mn. U A. Fennell, Mri. C. P.
King Cooper auditorium at
NOTABLE EXHIBITS IN GREATER MIAMI
Sp.m. Church Friday afternoon by Jackson Mn. Edw. Stillng, Mrs.R. .
-- the Rev. R. F. Blackford assistedby F. Blackford, Mri. Kingman, '
Apr. II-Woman' Club bridge
Members of the Homestead Art I and exhibition are directed by party in 'clubhouse at 8 o'clock. by Mrs. W. K. Haas, retiring presi! Mn. Johnson, Mrs. Singleton Mrs.Schaff. .
Club are making a point this week Mn. Eve Aliman Fuller state dent. Mrs. Brooker, Mrs. Leh-
18 Work
Apr. meeting of Red-
t of visiting the exhibition of contemporary supervisor of tht Florida Art land Home Demonstration Club in I Other officers of tht auxiliary man, Mrs. Hooks, Mrs. Clark, Mrs.

American paintings In Project, WPA. The exhibit Is Redland Community Church. installed were Mrs. Henry Haas, Miss Mary Jackson and Miss
the administration of the shown In Coral Gables through Butterfield.
building Apr. 19-Spaghetti dinner at son, vice-president, and Mn. JOhn-I
University of Miami. tht combined efforts of the university
Homestead Methodist Church! Brooker, Jr treasurer. Mrs.
The pictures were obtained city and individual loversof both noon and night N. Wakefleld, secretary, was not FELLOWSHIP CLASS

I through cooperation of tight New art. Paintings by some of the I Apr. 21-Luncheon meeting of I j re sent. HAS WIENER ROAST

York galleries and their circuiting greatest living American artists j I Homestead B. P. W. C at 12 0'- Departmental chairmen for the The Wesley Fellowship Class of
included this
are in of 57
group
Mn. A. H.
I clock.
year art: Singleton the Homestead Methodist Church
MIS. DONALD McKAT pictures.A I Apr. 21-Joint Installation din-I Mrs. J. A. Hooks, Mrs. Lee H. enjoyed a wiener roast on Mowry
4, HONOUD WITH' SHOWER group of ilx from the Homestead ner of Homestead Woman's Club Lehman, Mn. Howard Schaff Mrs. 1 street canal Tuesday evening and

Mrs. Donald McKay who before club, Mn. Frank Webb Mrs. and Junior Woman's Club at Fol- Haas and Min Grace Butterfleld I around the campfire.
Maud E.: Chandler, Mrs. H. A. ( II tang songs
her marriage a month ago was liard's. A rummage sale to be held I Present were! Mr. and Mra.I .
Ben
Mia Ruth Fredericka, was honored Eckberg, Mrs. Archer, Mn. Apr. Zl-Meeting of Garden within the next month was planned.I II Lloyd Field Mr. and. Mn. Dave
Robert Gauiens and Lola Odom
with a miscellaneous bridal Club at home of Mn. R. J.. Shepherd -I Mist Butterfield conducted a I,Williams, Mr. and Mn. L. C. Dodd
shower Friday afternoon at the spent Tuesday forenoon seeing this In Florida City.. i I study clan after the business ses-' Mn. Ivan Moser, Misses Helen and
exhibit and the Blue Dome Fel-
home of her parents Mr. and Mri. Apr. 24-Meeting of Dorcas,.lion. I Antlonette. Mot, Miss Helen
exhibit of work Jesse
David Fredericks, by Miss Marie lowship by Class with Mrs. W. B. Caves.
Whitsit and Buena Vista Edwards, I Announcement was made that .Field, Miss Effie Booth, Sparkman ,
BorgardU at the College Cupboard in Coral Apr. 25 Concert of Homestead the next meeting will be held at I Holding, George Estill: Robert
Gables.In High School band and glee club I the home of Mn. W. J. Clark on ,Cast, Roy Nelson and Willard i
MBS. HEINLEIN HONORED in school auditorium. May 2. j Norman. I
the afternoon the
saw
group
ON BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYMrs. Apr. 2S Meeting of HomesteadArt i
Herman Heinlein was tht Schou and Zappler exhibits In I Club at home of Mn. Henry !
the Miami Beach
Library and
given a Ruegg at 8 o'clock.
birthday dinner party \
Saturday by her mother, Mrs. O. visited the Washington gallery I Apr. 25-Homestead band and ,
and four other exhibits in the
glee club in Neva i!
VT Calkins, at the Calkins homeon concert King
greater Miami area."FOUNDATION School at 8 o'clock.
Cooper
West Palm avenue In Florida
City. Coven were laid for twelve. Apr. 28-Woman's Club of !
STONE"DISCUSSED i Homestead garden party for graduates -
BY CLUB . i
AUBIUAIY MEMBERS: GO of H. H. S. i
The Bow Book! Club devoted its
TO PALM BEACH MEETING Apr. SO-Meeting of University
r 11 FIve members of the Woman'sAuxiliary meeting Wednesday night to discussion Club In Neva King Cooper audi- !

I : of the Homestead Presbyterian of Leila" Warren's "Foundation torium for Pan-American moving DIXIE DRUG
Stone. Those
taking part picture program.
Church attended meetIng
a were: Mrs. Helen Hackler Mrs. POLK HOWARD JDo. SONlIotea"
of the Woman's Auxiliary of May 6-Music and speech festival JACK
I I St John's Presbytery In West Lawrence Becker Mrs. Ben Archer for South Dade In Perrine. Fla. Phones 18 and till

Palm Beach from Monday until Mrs. R. J. Hester, Mn. T. J. May 7-Meeting of Homestead
Wednesday. In the Bleler and Wri J. E. Gauiens. I P. T. A. executive committee In You never saw such low prices and big values aa wt are offering
Mn. group were:: Mrs. Gauztni also gave a brief 'home economics rooms at I p. m. during this big sale. Our values are the talk of the town. And itin
L.
i T. Hodges and Mrs. A. F.,'account of the author's lift. May 14-Meeting of Bow Book I all first class merchandise-guaranteed exactly as represented.
Darling, delegate from 'I
the local Remember the early birds get the better values.
auxiliary, Mn. J. M. Holferty, ,PARENTS TO ASSIST Club in library at 8 p. m.
/ treasurer, and Mn. Norris Van 111110n..aa
Celdren and Mrs. Joel J. Robinson. I WITH BAND CONCERTI Club and Mrs. M. B. McDonald, : t Sfat type
Plans to assist In the
concert
Mn. Van Geldrtn and Mrs. state chairman of Juniors, will Install CLINICALTHERMOMETER
1 planned by the Homestead High SODIUMPERBORATE
Robinson also visited friends In Junior club officers.
Lake Worth. School band and glee club were Members of the clubs who cannot -
made by the Band Parents' Association -
attend are asked to notify one
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More
pleasant to
at a meeting Monday nightIn use ONE MINUTE
of club hostesses. because
DL REESE SPEAKS it's flavored.
tht music room of Homestead Take 110 rbanCft.
j AT Vi M. C. MEETING High School. The concert I More than manyethers Keep one on handalw.y.
) give too.
you .. Mass. .aL
Dr. T. O. Reese who for the past
I will be given Apr. 23 in the Neva Purettst refined
two weeks has been conducting a King Cooper School auditorium. I Ij quality HARD RUItER 25

revival service at the First Baptist j Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo.' 4 Oz. SIll 39 C CASEs $1

Church of Homestead, spoke at a ,U Murray, Mrs Adrian Jacobs, tir. .,...- JI3II ...s

meeting of the Woman's Mlsslon- Mrs. W. B. Mills, Mrs. Ruth L,i
try Union of the Church Wednesday Scott. Mrs. Lamar Kendrick. Mrs. :" .

afternoon In the church.Dr. W. X. Rheney and Mrs Frank B. : '1-
Reese used aa his topic "1a It Rue. i EASTER CANDY
WeD With Thee?" I .

; Mrs. Frank Irwin president, announced JOINT INSTALLATION :> America's sweetheart pack. KAGRAN
'MANNED' FOE CLUBS are la Easter dreta. Delicious '
that a district rally will ,wholesome. Pleasant te take-
t be held In the church Apr. 3S at' Plans for the Joint Installation effective. Balk labrleant -
t 140: ,'clock.Present I' dinner of the Woman's Club ofHomestead one rUN. On* -as* mula.l.xa.five. -

at the meeting were:: and Junior Woman's s.- : =':; w Two Pw* _
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Mrs. Annie R. Butler, Mrs i. Lee, Cub will be 'made by hostesses .... ON tit 89Ca Oxi
I _.... . . CIDaI, 50
Smith, Mrs. T. D. Plche, Mrs. X. from both clubs this evening. The j oassjaelobioi
L Lawrence Mrs. Gerda Freed.! dinner will be served Apr. XI In ..>Vnos e.oaKTO4ot

Mrs. H. E. Redln. Mrs: J. C Vann,' Follisrd's restaurantHostesses | Wrd1wtmiqufJ-

Mrs. Pete Morgan Mrs. W. B. for the Woman's club|, CAXSONATES '

Myrick Mrs. L A. Wise, Mrs. W. are Mn. R. O. Shore, Mrs. James GEEPFEIVESGE- COMPOUND

XX Home. Mrs. Julia Polk, Mn. J. McCready, Mrs. OrIn E. Smith.I'
Lawrence Scott: Mrs. A. J. Van Mrs. J. R. Brooks and Mrs: O. W. IT Simple way to Fop washing dishes
Air autos, Spring clean-
Marter. Mrs. Qulnale Sherard Calkins. Those for the Junior;, CsrsATED get that extra ing.Sya&o.
as=w
Mrs. Newton Mrs. S. H. Fitch club are Mrs R. E. Sherard Mrs. I I c supply ef alkalis-

Mrs. Charlie Martin, Mrs. O. A. Ansel Barrow sad Mrs. Bruce I ALICE'S BeAUTY } Ing minerals flavor.Delightful / Household

Weal, Mrs. S. L Wilt Mrs. J. Tom Ennis. I I e
Vann, Mrs. W. T. McConnell, Mrs.I I Mrs. Sydney L Welntraub,1 PARLOR: 57a GlOVES 39c

:Bert Andrew. Mrs Turner Mn. president ef the Dade Count I ,.--.. .meClwr... Os.Oe.t.rPbeae A..eeAs" GEl SIZU to 10

Irwin, Dr. J. E. Johnstone and Dr.I Federation of Women's dubs will i it'-w Jha amc ucT A asoalfrA
Sees* Install the officers of the Woman's .

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D. Wolfe was Installed a* president SEEDS AND PLANTS
This first installation cere- ARE'DISTRIBUTED'I:
AT SOUTH DADE :1
mony of the club was conducted

Events by Mn. Winifred Ruggles of the I -
Woman's Club of the Redlands. Both plants and iced were distributed ,announced, will be held at the
I "hi 1937 Mrs. Joel J. Robinson I to thoM who attended the';home of the former president, Mrs ;'

I was elected president, and during meeting of the South Dade Garden R. J. Shepherd, in Florida City
II her term the mortgage was Club at the home of Mn. H. J." Mrs. J. M. Dobbins aad Mrs
I Derbyshire Florida City Monday Derbyshire, the hostess, served

MRS. 0. W. CALKINS PRESENTS HISTORY I ed."In March, 1938, Mn. Landon afternoon. Small plant*.of cake and punch. a
Carney was elected president and I the Carol slliqua or St. John'i Present besides those named
OF CLUB'S WORK THROUGH 29 YEARS I held the office until Oct.. 1938 bread WhOM long flattened leathery were: Mr*. Wra. Dunlop, Mn. W. i

when she resigned on leaving the pods are eaten by both humans K. Haas. Mrs Shepherd. Mrs. XIberta -

The' feature of Tuesday "The next president was, Mn. city. Mrs Wolfe was elected and livestock were distributed by Bute, Mn. N. a Ball Mrs.

Ins of the Woman's Club ot E. A. Carter, In 1916, and Mrs. president to fill out the unexpiredterm. I\\In. Herman Helnlein Identification I I A. W. Jones. Mrs. -'... McCready, ,
nwet-I Lewis Twyman, in HIT. After The club became state chairman. A breakfast food Mrs. HolUster Sag. Mrs. H F. I
.stead wa the presentation this for several yean there Were federated in. May. 19M. Daring hat been developed from this I Potter, Mrs. D. W. Shetxllne Mrs. C

history ot_the dub; read no meetings, and during that time this year concrete steps were breed, she said. ,D. B. Snow. Mr*. R. O. Deatnond, .
author, Mrs.:O. W.Calkins,. historian Mrs. Matthews? the secretary, and built at the rear and front of the Mrs. Henry Ruegg distributed Mr*. H. J. Brockett Mrs. AJ\nW" '

of the club. This' to the the only paid-up member, paid her tIIb"aDd a kitchen shower seeds ot Bauhinla kapplert or pink I Butler Mn. Ben Young Mrs. H.
of the dues M.the bank to that the incorporation was given by both clubs. Bauhtnia. Satin leaf seeds, chalice M. Brown, Mrs. W. W. Severy sod
first complete history organization -
of the club could be I I "Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe was reelected vine aeeds and Ardlala humilliaeeds. Mrs. M. E. RoweU.JUNIOK .
founded 29 year* ago, kept Intact : president In 1939. When also, were given to the

that bas been complied. "In the fall of 1910, Mn. George,,the Lily Lawrence Bow Librarywas members. WOMEN MAKE
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Chairmen for the year were announced Ransoa;invited the ladies of dedicated In 1939, three club i Three rare palms were auction PlANS FOR ARIL DANCE
Mr Homestead and surrounding Communities president took part In the dedication ed and the money was placed in
by the president, H. I Flans for e dance to be held asa
to meet for the purpose Mn. George Hanson, first the club treasury.
Saturday night the last of the
The chairmen
K. Foulk of
Jas,of again organizing a woman's president of the Woman's Club, Mr*. Roy Matthews president, month In the chamber of commerce
landing committees are: Mn. club. About seventy-five res- Mn. Julian H. Webster, president conducted the lesson for the day made
building were at a
McCready, building and maintenance ponded to the Invitation and thus,I when the library which had been on Bauhlnlas and the Chalas exot- meeting of the Junior Woman'
; Mn. J. D. Perkins, finance was formed the present Woman's sponsored by the Woman's Club iac or orange Jessamine.
Club of Homestead Monday nightla
; Mrs. P. J. Franklin, mem- Club of Homestead. Mn. A. C.1 i out-grew the club building and Mrs. O. W. Calkin spoke on,, the clubhouse.
bership; Mn. J. F Hammett, program Craw was elected president About!ti was moved to larger quarters In flower arrangement and illustrated
I Mr*. James L. Bird president,
and year book; Mn. J. R. fifty members of the Miami Wom, the city, and Mn. Wolfe, president her talk by making an old-I
r Mn. Ceo. H.
I
appointed FiUpat-
Brooks, public health; and Mrs. E. an's Club attended the first meet- at the time of dedication of the fashioned bouquet.
E. Crowion, publicity and scrap- Ing. Later Mn. Grew resignedand beautiful Lily Lawrence Bow The three-volume set of Bailey's,I rick.to Herbert serve as Turner general will chairman.Mrs. have.

book. Mrs. Hanson was elected to building. The Woman's Club "Cyclodla of Horticulture" was
Special committee chairmen are: finish out the year. I S I, placed: a bronze plate on the original ! added to the club library. I, charge of the mutlc.

Mn. W R. Anderson, art; Mn.,} "During Mn. Hanson's term bookcase that was used at I The- meeting of, Apr. 21. it was It was decided that yearbooks
be In
to members
will given good
Herman Heinlein, civic matters; they financed the club by having the Woman's Club when the 11tferary !
i "
Mr. Orin E. Smith, library; Dr.:a woman's club-day which jMfe was started by Mr tgW, EASTER I II standing
I EGG HUNT : Walton
+ CHURCH 'Mrs. delegate
Irene Shanklin resolutions Mn.; stated 125 volumes Virginia a
; of chicken dinner baby :Trie library contained
Kinard and flowers show u'I land one-hundred- TO BE HELD MONDAYOn I to the recent convention of
R. R. visiting ; now has over
I Monday afternoon at exactly Florida Federation of Wom-
Mn. R. O. Shore, welfare; Mn. The club also sponsored and made 1 twenty-five thousand volumes."In I the
'I 3:30: o'clock young people of St.John's en's Clubs, gave a report of the
B. E. Gatlln, education; Mn. Noel the railroad park. 1940 Mn. H. K. Foulk was
Episcopal Church will assemble
J. Robinson, scholarship; Mrs. : "Mrs. J. E. Davis and Mn. Nash elected president. Stout of heart Junior day program.
at the church for an Easter
Henry Ruegg club hostess; Mn. followed Mrs. Hanson as club ![and filled with brotherly love she .
hunt in some mystery spot.The
Lily Lawrence Bow, poet laureate; presidents during the yean from has kept faith in man In country egg NIL AND MIS. PETERSON!' "
the Rev.R.
rector of the church,
and Mn. O. W. Calkins, historian. 1921 to 1924. I and in God." GIVE FISH FRY
F. Blackford will lead the
A committee composed of Mn. I "In Nov., 1923 Mrs. Loveland I motorcade. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson
Hammett, Mn. Perkins and Mn. generously donated the lot on SPAGHETTI DINNER IS'ANNOUNCED entertained with a fish try at their
Katz was appointed to revise the I which the present clubhouse now I' BT CIRCLE home In Goulds Sunday evening

by-la wf. I stands. Sept. 14, the bid of Mr. | The Jennie LobdeH Circle of COUNTY ACHIEVEMENT: : DAT after an afternoon of croquet
Mrs. McCready and Mn. Shore, Conner of $2,430.00 was accepted the Homestead Vf. S. .C. S. will TO BE HELD AFR. It The guests included: Mr. and .
delegates to the recent state con I i:for the building of what was then serve a benefit spaghetti dinnerIn Mrs. J. D. Wysong. publicity Mrs. Ray Schneider, Mr. and Mrs

vention In Miami, gave report of ,designed to be the temporary club- the church on Saturday, Apr. chairman for the Dade County Harold Schneider Mr. and Mr*. i
the meeting. house."During'the. 19, both noon and night Home Demonstration Council attended -I Russell Hamms Mr. and Mn. Ray II
The garden party at Avocado I year 1923 a bird -' a meeting of the council Wlttenwyler, Mr. and Mn. R. I*
Lodge planned by the >club to sanctuary was established and a STRING ORCHESTRATO the Housekeeper' Club in Coconut -I Scott Mn. Edwin Black, Leo
honor the graduates of Home::Chautauqua was supported by the MEET THURSDAYSThe Grove Friday when plans Schneider Wilmer Jensen and
stead High School will be given club. On Dec 4, 1924, the Wom- Redland String Orchestra I were made for holding countywide .I Bobby Black.

Apr. 29, it was decided. Hostess, an's Club met for the tint time in will meet Thursday evenings at, achievement day on Thursday I
es for the party will be Mn. Her- its new clubhouse with the president 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Apr. 24, at 213 N. W Fourth IIREAD I THE WANT-ADS (

bert Katz, Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mn. William Crow, presid Mrs. Sam J. Davis, announceesMrs. street. Miami.
Mrs. Henry Ruegg, Mrs. A. M.' ing. I Davis. All Interested are I ,
Logan and Mrs. Orin E.: Smith. I., "In 1921 with Mn. Julian H.'invited to attend.

Mrs. E. E. Crowsoa was thlnked Webster as president a librarywas
for her work'on the club' scrap- organized and maintained by JUNIOR MI..SW CLUB
book. the Woman's Club In the club TO MEET THURSDAY

Present at the meeting were: house. During Mn. Webster's The Stephen Foster Junior Music -
Mn. Clara Dixon,Tvirs. Anderson, term the club sponsored the Home Club will meet next Thursday
Mn. Smith, Mn. Shore Mn. I Demonstration Club. Following afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the I Ii
Ruegg Mn. Katz, Mrs. Calkins, the presidency of Mn. Webster home ot Mn. Geo. N. Wakefield. -

Mrs. Franklin, Mr*. McCready, i was that of Mn. Ora Neff Bishop. Barbara Jean Wakefield will be
Dr. Shanklin, Mn. Hammett and i Succeeding her was Mrs E. A. hostess.
Mn. Foulk. I I Ennls who served efficiently for

The club's history as given by five yean. Mn. H. K. Foulk, president of
Mn. Calkins, follows: I I "In 1933 Mn. Ora Neff Bishop the Woman's Club of Homestead,
"In June. 1912 there was organized was again elected president and Mrs. James McCready and Dr.
in Homestead a group of it was during her term that the Irene Shanklin attended a quarterly i
women who were interested in I Junior Woman's Club departmentwas I meeting of the Dade County

banding themselves together to I organized."On I Federation of Women's Clubs in ,
aid'In civic Improvement, to start April 14. 193. Mn. Harry Miami Wednesday
a library, and to assist the district, I

in any way possible. Though ". !
they called their organization the :
Homestead Circle, it was In reality )
a wonjan'i club, and was the forerunner I 'ONLY
of the present Woman's g OF -

Club"Mis of Maggie Homestead.Nixon was president PH :
i
: Mn Harriet Woodbury' .n r '

Kahl, first vice-president; and',,
Mrs. Springer secretary. In Grandpa .

December, 1812. Mn. S. F. Matthews f'i
was elected secretary
"The circle started a library,

sewed for the sick, helped clean : 1 o Iumw
up the school grounds and did -
7 Now
various other things. In the spring U :

ot 1114 It disbanded for the sum s sj

mer.That fall Sept. 28, 1914. a I I ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR .

group got together and decided to I

organize a regular woman's club. '! WITH lIfeAS"ul" / m/PJ1
Its personnel was about the lame I' ;
as that of the old circle.
-Its flnt president was Mn. L I ;t
THESE
CHECK FEATURES
L. Bow. One of the flnt and I Bat dolly baths are quick and

most spectacular of Its effort was (r easy now, because dump electric th-Way C.M I aCe........(.Ml MCAUmiD HUMIDITY
the collecting and selling of a carload ,. water heating Is a hilly automatic Tapped HUhmMtty temps**"***tenth MEASURED HUMIDITY for keeping I.

of fruit which brought $800.00 .- frets ad vegetables fresh a Vectma Sealed nr:"..... MlMtaUeH
trie Hot water Is always on tap.There's .
in cash which was sent to the *.
i IM STAINLESS STEEL OlUlng Shake a Pf lc Tray e IDesataated
> I
aid of the war orphan : plenty for dishes and cleaning
'i'w : l. False T.. Central a And BMrty Ja etiaiH _
"Later Mrs. resigned, and I 'and all dozens el daily needs! i> n iir wn na t
Mn. Evans being vice-president your ...... that...VALUE THRIFT elM! LONG U9?. :

automatically took her place. During \

her administration ,club!1- r
bought -two lot en North Krome
avenue. These were sold later to I SMITH-GRAVES FURNITURE CO., ;

detox Jhe., dcblan Ibc present DEALER'
SEE TOUR ELECTRIC
clubhouse. I HOMESTEAD PHONI 141.IFriday.



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Pae-e -Ten THE HOMESTEAD! LEADER-ENTERPRISEf Friday, April 11, 1941 ..

have mad Easter rabbit and
basket The pupil have also enjoyed Homestead Girl ScoutsBy

t Homestead II checking up on the vegetables Mary Catherine Sober
High-Lights they have been eating. A
new science reader I* being en-
Joyed. We met for our regular meetingat
The boy In Mr*. Cooper room the home of Mr*. Frank SkIlL
ner gave demonstrations. Miss Student Council Starts are making a windmill and some We had a bowl of different kind
SENIOR PLAY Delaney, assistant county agent, School BeautificationBy house for their Dutch scene on of flower Those we recognizedwere
was down and told about trip the I the sand table. All the pupil are ; serbera daisy, zinnia, dlan-
MIL\ BE GIVEN girl could win by writing essays. I enjoying the use of their new lined thus Chinese pinks, verbena, calendula -
,Plan were discussed for a 4-H Jamie RichardsThe writing paper. nasturtium, phlox tweet
party I sounds of hammering and Mrs. Moser't classes: made rabbits pea, periwinkle, larkspur, sultana,
NEXT FRIDAYBy The Cub Scratchier (the journalism the scraping of board heralded duck, and lilies for their candytuft yellow elder, petunias,
I club) elected a new president I the first steps In the school beautification April border The duck are pic- carnation, snapdragon, Queen
and vice-president since Bob program undertaken un- tured with umbrella and the rabbits Anne's lace, forget-me-not, baby'
AnnabeUe Peters I Spear, the former president, could der the sponsorship of the Student with eggs. The pupil told breath, corn flower, gaillardia
Boy, are those seniors going to not be present at the meetings held Council A corps of volunteers anecdote Thursday of last week. antana, ageratum, red salvia, strawflower
town They have been practicingthe during activity period. He I* on finished the scaffolding necessary Ruth Rutland Ruth Byrum, Bar begonia, shrimp plant,.
senior play to be presented I the Student Council and cannot for the painting of the ceilings, bara Smith, Eleanor Robinson, pansy, marigold China aster,
April IS In the Neva King Cooper therefore take part In both meet-]and the actual painting began in Winifred Danzy, Arthur Braden- bachelor button, sweetheart rose, 04touchmenot
auditorium. The play I* goingto Ings. Mary Jo Close was elected i the home economics sewing laboratory burg, and Connie Campbell enteredthe Mexican love vine,
be very exciting It la entitled president and Athley Kemp, vice- Tuesday turning Fresh spelling bee. Eleanor Robin- and bauhenla.
"Headed for Eden". I president, for the remainder of the recruit will keep the work son was the last one of the elementary Friday morning at 4 a. m. we
The cart consists of the followIng year I rolling along until all the_ classrooms students to "go down". are to leive Mrs. Skill' home to
: Mn. Oral Skipworth who I in the school are made clean Jolyne Mock' classmate were go to Marco Beach for the day a*
runs I boarding-house, Adrian Forrest Bell ElectedTo '.aDd bright sorry the had to, go to the hospital our plan were changed.
Callaham: Imogene, e maid, Betty, I This project U the' most am-' because of being scalded, but I Due must be paid by next Tues
Hadley.: Hanks, who calls for the Head Camera ClubThe ,bilious yet undertaken by the are glad she 1* now back In school. day.The
laundry, Elbert Doter; Dorothy i Student Council. Feeling the queen's wrath 1* now bloomIng -
Brill, a stenographer, Julia Trances, Camera Club met with Its need of more cheerful.classrooms JUNIOR HIGH NEWS I It I* a light blue outside
Sullivan; Peggy Walters, clerk at I sponsor Mr. Hindman, and elected [the council requested the school By Aida Connor I flower and a dark blue flower on
.
a department store, Trances Lamb; the following members as officer: i board to furnish material for In the study of health, Mia the inside.
Gladys Hermann, a model, Betty Forrest Bell, president; Charles painting ceilings, walls, wainscoting Cook I I. teaching the girl how to Ann Shackleford was hostess.
Jane Meybem; Nancy Lane, a filIng Steffanl I, vice-president; Marlow"! and woodwork, and volunteer'ed care for any broken limb of the "'"--
clerk, Katherine Orfanedes; Jacobsen, secretary; and Billy Ja-'' to secure student labor to do body.
Kate Roberta, a reporter, Betty cobs, treasurer. j'I{the actual work. Jamie RichardsIs The seventh grade home ec girlsa Homestead ...11 BoysBy
: Brown; Rosins>Blandish, a stenographer The winners"in the recent salon general chairman of the project.J. short while ago made a "bunniesalad" Noel Stcffanl
RowPeterson; Barry contest were announced. Virginia T. Godwin la In charge of supplies It
I was a big success NIMNNMMMIII MNIMHNMINI
W
Richards, her employer, J. T. God Walker took first prize for her and the actual work will be In the Latin-American booklets MMMM.NNNNNNNNNNI
win, Minnie Peters, a clerk at I picture of an American deStroyer.John under the supervision of Mr. Mc- the girls of the seventh The meeting was called to orderon
grade are
Woolworth's, Virginia Kinner; ; Kuhn who submitted a pic- Ilwain, Fred Fuchs, and Charlotte making a large cross word April 8 In the school auditorium. -
puzzleon
ture of hone second Geronimo. Faculty aid will be All were there but two. The
Henry Banks a truck driver, Lester a won prize, the seaport of those countries..
Archer; Marcella Turner, a and third prize was won by Carl given by Mr. Hester and Mis. i The contest speeches are underway record book were up to date and
waitress (when she has a job) Fredericks who entered a photograph Bleier. again. The best three we decided to go to Jewfish Creek
Louise Booker: Bob Roberts, Kate'i ,I of swans taken at Flamingo J of the seventh, speakers flahln,. We are going to meet at
eighth and
brother Archer Dod Park. These of the county agent's office at 8 o'
on Seargent i photograph, 'I ELEMENTARY: : NEWS ninth grades will soon speak In a
Kelly of the Chicago motorcycle,course, were taken by the members school assembly. The best clock April 11, 1941.
speaker
police Joe Byrum; Ken Howard, them e I\'es. I i j By Vara Rheney of each Mr. Edwards told us about the
grade will theft
I I Miss Jackson' go to
; pupil are very boys that won prize
a reporter on the Star", Fred
Perrlne to speak again. The best
glad their teacher Is back after an We sang some tongs and the
Fucha; Limp, a bit of flotsam, '
Elbe.rt West. Spanish Classes! Give absence of several ,weeks. The I speaker will get medal from the meeting was adjourned.Turner's .
Program in Assembly pupil are having fun making Easter P. T. A. The seventh grade Will
The of the entire
seen playtikes I
get bronze the
decoration The children are ; eighth grade, silver -
Mrs place In the living(room of By Annabelle Peter* I enjoying very much the stories ; and the ninth grade, gold. I j
Skipworth's
boardinghousein
Funeral Home
English classes: of the seventh !
,
For the first time the Spanishclasses Miss Butterfield reads to them
South Chicago. The time la the eighth, and the ninth '
present Act I takes place a late, sponsored a program in assembly -,every afternoon. tEach learning how to write grades are I M-IIR AMBULANCE: SERVICE
November last Friday. Melba Van- pupil in Mr*. Edwards' businessletter Alterant
afternoon, near twilight, Lady
to local
Winkle presided and Introducedthe room hat a library record book business men,
on Saturday. Act It takes I I
place friends, large publishing Phone S64-R Homestead, Fla.
and book companies .
the next morning at 10 o'clock. numbers as they appeared. every a pupil read will and
The first scene of the third act The program was presented at a be recorded In his or her book until corporations

takes place at 7:30: In the evening meeting of the Spanish Club. the end of the school year. The .....................................................................of
fifteen daya after the action In Member of the Girls' Glee Club pupil are also enjoying the new C
Act II, and the second scene of Act Theresa Redd, Mary Ellen Dear- readers they started last week. .
III takes place 10 days later. Ing, Athley Kemp, Katherine I In Mrs. Thurman's room there
The play Is a comedy-drama, Rohrer, Dorothy Moon, Frances I II a new Easter border of rabbits
and promises fun and good enter- Rutland, Hilda Dodson, Lois I i' and tulips. There U also shownon
tainment for all. You will Pierce, and Mary Jo CIun'l the blackboard an attractively f
mix something worthwhile really the Spanish national anthem. :colored calendar of April. The
don't see this play.CLl'B one ........t.a nf Snanl.- !. lifo' rl-1 pupils are sorry to have lost two
: trtie--were discussed In b"ik1 classmate, Martha Carl Witt, who
by Bob Spear, Rita Dent, Anna-' left for Virginia, and Victor Alfonso -
ACTniTIESBy belle Peters, Adrian who left for Key West.
Annabelle Peters Norman Ernst Bruce Callaham'l The pupils In Miss Ray' room
Mr. Scott Artistic Typing Club Brown and Mabel
has Just finished border designing Don Done and Sheridan Millers
The members will now start n, "El Rancho Grande" In
design effects In lettering raa Spanish. Rose Blllclo, Gracie GLASSES Thesiii//
learn how to type their ef I Torclte Doris Thompson and
; fectively. This club la not for akill, IMarlow Jacobesen, In costume, -To Enjoy
I. but.for learning. Most any kind gave brief talk In Spanish and Accurate
of design can be typed then translated them Into English Vision .. HOMES
Mr Hester has changed his Science An element of humor was broughtInto 3 aremadeetHomes
Club to a Science Collec the program by a telephone
tors' Club. The members of the conversation in Spanish between
club are supposed to bring In specImens James Nesbltt and Mary Jo Close.
classify tht'nand take The conversation was then translated -'
with the of 'I
care of them. The work done has Into English for the edification Seed ease start wisp a

been chiefly biological work. of the audience. Charlotte red s0-0-so! lie,h.h fade wish and grow quickly by way of
Mrs. Gallaher'i Library Club Geronimo and Charles Steffanldid pp/esa to your vast. Art awl -
and
hopes facts and
plans
has been mending books that have a Spanish dance. fig
not been recessed and it has also The Homestead Swing Band Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr. = uresinto- the practical stage.
,made a acrapbook for cartoons which provided music for the program :
The library .Is very glad to have played "Tuxedo Junction", I L. W. Stebbins That's where we come in!
two hundred and fifty of Its books, and "Careless",
: which had been sent to the f ISM W. Flatter 81. Miami .
county Assembly! closed with the singIng Well
guide home ideas
office for recaslng, back In serv I of 'The Star Spangled Ban-', Phone I-M13 your .
ice. Generally! speaking these books ner." J I i along practical line's . tell you
represent old favorites that have
been handled so many times that I how you can use your "rent e

i the bindings have. become hopelessly money" to build a modern small

broken and torn. You will i home on the FIIA Plan ad-
t . [
find many of your old friend with NEVER A MISS! ;
bright new coven on them. vise you about new materials .
-1 At the 4-H Club meeting Katherine 1I We lubricate scientifically, !
: Ortanede and Virginia KinJ using finest lubricant and most Our ideas and advice are free. {
: 'modern mechanical aids. We
I follow Lubrication chart provided I) So call us now-before you're

t'; NEWT. G. BALL : Insure by poultice your protection car' maker at, all to ready to"build that little home I

of The of your'dreams!
points wear. extra care
i we exercise result In longer r
NOTARY rCBUC j
I tar life, lower maintenance
costs. Our charges are standard.
f i[ W. D. HORNE CO.
j
i ire Insurance and I IJ

t FRANK L. SKILL Owner
Kindred Lines TEXACO ONESTOPDONE ,t
J = Hardware, Lumber and Building Materials 1

ds KISSAM. Prop Haeaeitet. Fla none 1f74 -'.
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1 April 11. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Para Eleven_ tTREA'lING
U

ate of St John's on Mar. .........-...........

PLANT will normal return course In April of !I I SOCIAL EVENTSj '. CLASSIFIED l

Blackford will remain I ADS "I
(Continued From Page One) stead during her I ]

and Insulating Co. of kansas City, of army service. j'i SECOND BRIDGE CLUB H.SI PARTY, RATE: First insertion 10* line; subsequent Insertions :

which was warded the contractor Lawson General II a fen* I
:
processing the pipe. The of Captain Blackford's I i Mrs. W. &: Rheney and Howard L

company has Indicated it will require vice, Is said to be the Lamb were high score prize winners :;;;;J

power for motor aggregat the South. When It is In the second of a aeries of FOR RENTFOR FOR SALE-13 down and $3 f 4

.' mg 225 horsepower-more than 15, It.will have 4,000 beds three bridge parties given Friday RENT-Excellent opportunity (, monthly, full price $185 buyi S I Iacre

t the total honepower o( all motor of 111 officers, 220 even In.. by the Woman's Club of for yearly tenant only. Fur tract on east ,aide Krome ZI

now In operation In Home.tead. enlisted men and 500 Homestead in the clubhouse. nished avenue lit mile north Quail
apartment
living
|, The aqueduct pipe will be ployees.Captain. I',I' The final party of the series, with day bed, fireplace, bath-room I I Roost drive. Mr. Llchtenberg,

[ hipped "here by railroad from the Blackford is originally scheduled for this evening room, large bedroom with roomy Congress BId,., Miami. (all)

\t, Youngstown Sheet Si Tube Co. andthe fitted for hospital work will be held next Friday eve- closet, dinette, electric kitchen RARE TROPICAL PLANTS
I for
American Rolling Mills served In the medical 1IIn,. All
) provided but linen. Mrs. sale cheap. Mrs. H. H. Ewing
f The procuring of the pipe to U. S. army during the )| Dr. R. J, Elliott won the low Eva Collins, Federal Highway 13 N. E. 6U at.. Homestead.,

i make it rust-proof and eroaion- He received I commision score prize and R. R. Kinard, the and Biscayne drive, Modello 2 hlett). j
resisting consists In coating and lieutenant In the Officers cut prize. miles above Homestead.

lining it with asphalt and then Corps of the army 14 e ] Mrs. W. R. Anderson, Mrs. P. J. FOR SALE: Tropical' plants, citrus

wrapping It with 24-pound asbestos and he has served with Franklin and Mrs. I. P. McLean FOR RENT-Rcsidence In Florida ne and troplcai wit lalesson. ;
I
cloth impregnated with City; 3 bedrooms, fireplace electric .
a.I lens military training were hostesses. Jungle Grove, Rerllsnd
(" halt, It if aid. nually for ten years. His i stove, running hot and cold I' road and Plummet drive
I| Present besides those mentioned :
Contract for laying the pipe- tlon to captain was made water, two bathrooms; reasonable -
: Mr. and Mrs. H. O.' Cron- --r.OANS---
line it expected to be let In May vember. I rent. Apply Leader-Enter-
;)j
wall, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Manvlg.
prise.
bids will be asked for May'' '
ai on : Before coming to
I, Mrs. Ida Elchenberger, Mrs. H. K. LOANS TO BUILD MODERNIZE ]j
Mr. Blackford
served
a Foulk, Mrs. Paul Reynolds. Mrs. REPAIR Residential
FOR SALEFOR Grove
1.FORECLOSURE j j'In Leesburg for 10 years. E. L. Krone Mrs. A, A. Payne. and Business Property ;

born In Virginia. He is Mrs. Mae Campbell, Mrs. Lamb, SALE-8-acre Persian lIm.lro'e From $30 to IOOo-from: 6 mo to

of the John G. Salley Post Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Kinard. Miss: 5 years old now In full 8 years. \

can Legion, of Homestead. Dorothy Phillips John McCee. J. bloom. No buildings, only 2 miles No Down Payment-No Red Tape

(Continued From Page One) J. Julian, Frank Webb, Mr. Anderson from bank $2,200 cash- SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

LOCAL service'I and Mr. Franklin. i iI C-A-S.H. Do not ask for terms. $200 for It mo.Repay ft.39 mo. I
"In the event that there
and unpaid liens are outstanding ,I Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Meybem,, Trees' need some fertilization $500 for St mo.-Repay IIS.17 mo. J
against
said Mrs. Quisle Joiner. Mrs. R. W.' but you will never get more for $1,500 for CO mo.Repay $32.90 I
omitted j
property, or city taxes
for Intervening years, same (Continued from Page Mulllns, Mrs. Herbert Katz, Mrs. :, your money. It Is a give-away mo.Ask .

Included In such foreclosure: maybe the army and marine corps. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mrs Lloyd i at' U.200. H. A. Cameron Phone for FREE Estimates .

proceedings." i months ago, when and Misses Esther and Helen I|E 72, Homestead, Florida (alltf) Without Obligation
'
LOANS be
can secured to Modernize
The properties mentioned are all first called to its reported attended a home com- 'I j FLORIDA CITY-Bargaln-3-room and Repair LEASED OR- ,

unimproved lots upon which taxes coming, the local Legion party In honor of Mrs. Marlon I bungalow with screened-ln MORTGAGED Property.We J

have not been paid for i company with others worthy grand matron at : porch desirable
many years, |I on lot SOxlSO ft also have F.H.A. LOANS for
and the foreclosure proceeding are :, tional headquarters to Scottish. Rite temple in Miami with ample room for another New Homes, payable monthly

in accordance with a policy of the of the Carsnd, and night. cottage. Recently painted, facing over 20-25 years.

present mayor and council to make)i wrote back advising of I Key West road. Would include Let us supply your BUILDING
'to CLUB TO MEET
it possible to get such properties ; be made and counselling in deal for quick sale for cash NEEDS. Prompt Service.

back on the tax revenue roil. I Icy of watchful waiting. MES. WEBSTER back of Florida City lot, 8 acres
The firemen's pension ordinancewas 'I The opinion of the local The annual meeting of the of pine land Just west of city. BROOKER LUMBER CO.

given Its last reading. I naires is that under the Music Club will be held For quick ale '700. See Wm.J. Phone 82 Home.teadFle.WANTED > .

Fire Committeeman Henry I I stancts revealed by the week at the home of Mrs. Geronimo, Legion bldg,

Brooker reported that the Sea- would be equal to suicide H. Webster. Mrs. J. D. Homestead or In Florida City. '
member of the armed and Mrs. Lloyd Deitz win'
grave Ire truck has a cracked' (mis-all) I
base and leaks. He was instructedto carry a Garand into action hostesses. j WANTED buy a used Neon

ascertain the cost of a rebuilt of war. NOTICE FOR 01'TAX APPLICATION llEED I sign; any kind; must be cheap

truck. I IBuilding i At its meeting next and historian, Mr. Geroni- File' No. S4." for cash state particulars and
night, John G. Salley ,..Notion. Jh h"1'". siren' that Bailiwick. j price. Write to Joseph A. Fefan,
permits totaling $1,751 : : mo.Mr. holder aa ...Iu_ of City ?( Homo!
mostly for repairs, were granted I IBLACKFORD I discuss plans for 1 Installing Sheffield and Mr. Geronimo *L"11". Cortlficat.' Numbmd 141*. dated Route 1, Homestead, Fla.
elk *" ? -bo.. A. D. I"' has
elected as follows at the i, elected delegates to the state filed MM Certificate. In my offfeo. and has
1 I last week: to be held In Key West made application. for tae deed to (??. TUTORING: WANTED high "t
; thmon I. aorordaim with I... laW Can school and grade school subjects
Lawrence
i, Commander, 23-28 with Frank Schneider ttflrat embraces the followlnt ontrtbnlt
first vice-commander Mr. Pope as alternates. ..Slti'. Situated '* Dada c<"""". Florida. Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B.
I 1 Plummer drive and Country
I Norman; second Lot I. rocks Addition. In th.
(Continued from Page One) !I Dr. Geo. D. Ruehle; third ', "I'm rather old-fashioned I'm C/y It./ ..of of H.Flori.. 'red., 11-al, 01 Dodo Club road.

readers will fill the this !commander Joel J. !' ."
pulpit The aaa.eam.nt d rid property under
I : I CLEAN RAGS WANTED Wiii
summer and an Interim pastor will I chaplain, the Rev. R. F. ;; I "Yes, I notice you tell all the the Unknown.niflrata issued Was liTtlNM name 01 i exchange subscription or advv .

be obtained next winter. Mr. serjeant-at-arms, Martin my grandfather used to,"- Unless MM Certificate shall or Ndm.4caordlni I tiling for clean Leader
Blackford, who began his pa.torI'adjutant, finance officer, .. t lo law taa deed trill ten j rags.
on on the Nth dar of Aaril. A. D. 1M1. Enterprise.
Dated this 11th day -of III.-A-. - .

: 1941. 8. B. LEATHFRMAN. LEGAL NOTICES '
: Clerk of Circuit Court i
Dado County Florida
i ClreaCuur1 ..... my office and h.. made application. for
Hy N. C. ITERRETT. P. C. tax shod to haw thoraon In ............. with
: I III... 14. . 1t. Apr 4. II. I.4II law. Aid C.rtiriraua embrace the fol.lowlni ,.
I dnrrlnM aropmr, tumid In Pada
DOES YOUR CAR HAVE ANY I NOTICE OF APPLICATION c.u..,. Florid.. to-wltl
: FOR TAX DEED I' Lot .. !oIrClo'.', Addft...... In the
j I Flla I 140(4i Town of ,,_t!. Cmintr ..f HtoV,
i Notice ta kmor alva that W. t. Ckam. ..... of Florida ai ...h.. *d In Cor.tlflrala .
: son holder of E.*nladr* Drain,** Dla.trlrt K.. 055. Tka a_m..t i4
Tan aid property under the rid rtUIaia ;
OF THESE FAULTS I I ,t*. tat dar tartlflrala of A..Numbered.... A. D.4414 l.8T dated.... ........ waa In the nan of Joseph Orif."Lot .
, tiled said Crrtlflrata. In my office, sad .keg
4. MrClaln'l Addition I In the
mad. application fur tai dead U Inn
I I t"en"s ,. anvrdann. wllk law. AMt Towa of HooM.taaa. County of IMor,
I COrtlll.... .he 1..111. .... state of Florida, a. mkraMd In lien
I
I ... ....
orrlh l proprrty situated t. Dade County. 1111. No. The ai.p.iinj'rt af
?
: I Florida, towlliEH sold property ands the aald tonlflrala
: of Nw4 of NE'i of Neil a... heed woo l the same of Joseph 11.1'
| tttia $a. Towmhlp IS mouth R.... It (in.U.l.u.
'I I r.... In Uw County of Dada, auto ofI Said Cortlflcat akall kaMeardln ......-..
I Florida. to law. ta> deed will ksW Iht-ro.
( The a_....rat of said property under, on on the lath day of April. A. D I'". '
I I !,, Cartlf Irata Issued was la She name of I Dated this 11110 day 01 March A. D. r rI
I Lacks Power and Speed? William L. . *. ,,1941.i
I I Ual.a. aaU Canlfkat* boll ka r......... K R. LEATHr-HMAN
aeeordln to Uw. tai deed will sow Inn*. I I Clark Corns" Court.I .
Hard to Start / \"ft on to Mia I4tk day of April A. D. It4U I Dadr Florida. .
.
Dated this Slits day of Much, A. D. Clrautt Court A01.Mar. .
:. Uses Too Much Gas? ;41':. : 1541. C. 1. LEATHKRHAN j jI I I ( U. II.II. N.28 C.Ap.InRllm.. II. 1041), n. Co

Clerk of Circuit

f. Vibrates or runs rough? '," :, !ClmH Court aVratJ Dade Coutr I' N..... la ......NOTICE. .,...: that tnna will
eo..rt// """ ..... Into tka Ua-tolalura of fits
Hit N. C. mRRETT: ,
., J state ....... ., rporlolart
I 111I... 14. (I. If. Apr. 4. II, I.. af Florida S .INI.
P and No ?
I Sluggish Pep provMIni for the taeluami <* saw ,
(. NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FORT BEU: of NW t4. _toe Sa. Townrtl ST.Naara .
,:. or I '* Darn as. from the tarorporatod. Italia ..
FILE.." the Town of Florida CItr. Florida, a m.. ,
Natloa la oorroy risen that la11le.... .......l --".o. ,
4/ ins bower aa sentence of City of Homo Thin _Ito to ka pukllakod' In the HoaM.M
sued Tax Mrttfloat Namkand Ht >ad L .drr-Enl: .rprt.a for a p.rM .,
Stated the .,h day of Jan*. A, D. IIST '". .-araathe w.-b-.
,ban filed rid Cnlflrato In my 011... Dated AIOriI I" I". I
sad .kaa made ....1......i for tai doW T. A. VXI5TEa.Apr. '
Drive It into our garage, and hare the engine SCIENTIFICALLY to tmoo thMvan In aaoardanra with law. I II. '.. II. Mar a. .. It4l
Paid Cmlflcota amkraoaa tka. foUowInt '
drarrikid vronrrly Situated la Dade NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
.
TESTED with our new SUN 'MOTOR TESTER and (;.a.... Florida. ..wit I TAX DEED
Lot t. (...k 4. T .-... FILE S4otS
f hi the CUT of H Coo... of Notice la bash Inn tkal Halllwkb.In !
see'for yourself what is needed to put it in first class operating t I r The..o4v aaMauoonl our of of "w'!rooartv nnoarto *, .koldor. Taa aiinoa iwrtlfkal NSaak-s.d 5a55"d.
Con"..... issued waa to the aaaw of dated the sib day of Aonort. A. O Itta.
condition. V.k....... Vnkaa mH Ortlfloiw ..KailW has riUd tfortlflo.!. In my d, )
and box mad. application for tai
luaiij air.rdlatr to law tea doH .
|win laraa Ihnooai on she Ttk daf of may to tWnon In -wd.wr. with lee.be.e
Raid Cortlflrata *inkrraa th* followlMototrlkod
i A. D. IMI.Dabd Min. tat dar of Aoril A D. It." pa o rest,. ._.... In, ,Dada I
L It. La.a: ;:.>. I Coantr. Florida Lwits
Preston B. Bird Motor Co. I CWra of chasm C :o.CIro.R i I... II to I* SS a 14. Klork S.I 1 1 1I

o-t seal D.M c-..,. Fkrwd Peen Llaool IM.Park located Adda. hi.,, Flat Doda Ron C80A,.a.. i

CoI I ..... of T-ride.
I It"E 111147L. nofII.W-
I
South Krome Ave. Phone 18 ilk* CortUlaala Lad Won ra tho a.aw .0 !
I NOTICE or AFFLiranoiiFOR I'Unknown. Unions aakd CorttflroM okaM
TAI alga: he ..ill aMordlntt to low. son oW4tkaroon

OPPOSITE 'TAG AGENCY I Noncrn HUCRY rn. MM erm i : mot ass..1.a. I' ..mD :.I on the *a d.* 01 ajarCior I

'. loo.. koldor oa nailaan of ClIO of D.5,4 110. 101 day 01 .r.A. D; 1044L
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arwem d 4.w wtlwM.er Nwhe.d asa" IL Lr4TOtIl'P'I
I 9K data .b. M day of hobs., 1 of"clra o Cory e
I . A. W. Ink w law mid c.-o. Is I bada Cow ty, Fmrid 4

I I OU"* o-t... .!! i oTFRRrrr. DO,
II"_ .. ,tWANT-ADS PAY Apr. 4, II. It. SS, ft.r I. 490) 5 t
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Pare Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday April__ it, 1941


Silver Palm, Princeton and Perrine

t Churches Unite for Easter Program REDLAND DISTRICT'S LEADING GROCERY


Between three hundred and four Victory"program. Q 1 p o
hundred persons are expected to The numbers will be a* follows' Q e
I.; attend the proll'8l1of Easter music processional, "The Palms"; invocation -
: which a vested choir from the by the pastor; response, "'W.
Methodist churches of Silver Palm, Magnify, We Praise Thee";responsive -
Princeton and Penine and the reading; children' chorus,
,t' BapUa\ Church god Perrine will Thla la Easter ljI,"; offering;
. present in the Perrine ichool auditorium solo and choir, They That Rise
.. Sunday morning at 11 Against Me"; choir, "He Liver:'
. o'clock, announces the Rev. Jesse choir, "Worthy la the Lamb", EHLER'S
t. :X. Waller, pastor of the Methodist quartet and choir, Thy Will, Not, Peas
I churchn. Mine"; sentence by the choir, "Ht Rogers
, ; . Joy M. Dean ofhe Perrine Was Despised"; children's Chorua.j COFFEE ib. 26c
: j school la director of the choir, Blessed Lamb of
which nil practiced for eight solo and choir "He Giveth His
I week, Mr Joa Elder la assistant Beloved Sheep"; children's chorus,I 1 cu Mammoth 19c
director; Mri. C. A. Cray of "The' Children's Tribute"; choir, MARMALADE JAR 2 lb. JAR .
: Rrdland High School, pianist; and The Master Live. Again"; Fancy ISc
I Principal T. A. Helton of the Per-' "Palma of Victory"; anthem IOlo'j '
I rine school, reader. i choir "Now la Christ Risen"; Apple Jelly 21cG
A children's chorus of IS voices' ponse by choir; benediction fPI-j 25C34c
: will have part In this "Falrna of i postlude. I i BOTH

It. ; St. John's Episcopal Church to Have I

; i Easter Music at 11 o'clock ServiceEasier I HAMS FOR EASTERSWIFT'S

'
t .ervice..t Macfarren.
\ Episcopal Church will I I "Kyree"-Anon.
; a three-hour I I"Easter Hymn,rlowen"-Cuatance.by Junior girls' choir, PEANUT HAM2 or whole, Ib. 25cSWIf'S

at noon today, .
"Gloria TibP-Anon.
i tor, the Rev R. T "Gratias Tlbi"-Anon.
,On Easter Sunday, i I Sermon hymn, "Jesus Christ Is PREMIUM HAM whole or string end, lb. cSWIITS
munion will be held : Risen Today*"-Worgan.
the Sunday school Offertory, "Hallelujah, Christ IsRiaen"
PICNIC HAM
f lb. cAR3IOUR'S
,
tion at 9 SO a. m.; -Simper.
People's Service ) Offertory response-Beethoven.
at 7p.m. Pallover"I I "Sursum Cords"Camidge."Sanctus"Taylor. I
.
At 11 a. m. there
communion with the "Agnus Del"-Adams.
musical score . Hymn, "Angela Roll the Rock Corn Beef Hash 2 ig. cans 29cOSCEOLA
: Julian H. Webster, Away"-Arlmathea.
I director: Hymn -Alleluia!" I
Organ prelude, "Nunc Dlmlttis"-Langdon. .
; Mendelsaohn.Processional. Recessional, "He Is RIlIn"Neander. -I
:
i Morning"-Sullivan. I Postlude, "Laudate Dominum1 Tomatoes NO. 2 cans 2 for 15c
i Introit,"Christ,Our Sheldon.


I.l : Homestead Easter Program Methodist at Morning Church to Service Give I::1 Fancy Blue Rose Rice 4 1b. 23cARMOUR'S


One of the best Easter programsever When Thou Comest" (Stabet!I
to be offered In the Home-(''Mater)-choir; sermon, "Man'sInvincible )
t Sunnl.-Mr. Richards
Mead Methodist Church will be I
; and postlude, "Tannhauaer
presented at the morning worship March" ) Mrs. Mills.
(Wagner TEX 3 lb. 41c
hour this Easter Sunday. IrvingJ. la addition to the special music! can
Lyon; will direct the choir Mrs features, three of the greatesthymns
: W.B Mills will be at the piano,and of the church will be used I II
the Rev. J. J. Richards', the pastor, for choir and congregational singing
: will direct the order of worship. I I
The order of the service will be I "The church will be decorated I Sweetheart Soap4 bars 21 c
as follows prelude, "Melody In F"Rubinstein i with cut flower and the greeneriesof ,
( )-Mra. Mills; processional springtime In keeping with the
"Crown Him With Many spirit of the day", said the pastor I MIRACLE
Crowns" (Elvty; )-choir; choral "A cordial welcome will be given
Invocation, "Vesper" (Mann)- to all who will worship with us' Ice Box Cookies 29cOCTAGON
choir; anthem, "Ave Maria (Gou on this glad Easter Day. Your pkg.
nod)-choir; offertory, "Cannon- presence is greatly desired by both I
bUl') (Schuman)-choir; anthem pastor and people. SUNBRITE



I.;;: Homestead Wage-Hour About Inspectors May 15 Plan, Says to Reach Thomas II Soap 31 1g. bars IQc Cleanser J3c


Inspectors of the wage and hour Tampa In January.The .
division of the U. S. Departmentof drive'was ordered by; General ON TOP
Philip B. Fleming, administrator -
Labor, inspecting citrus, deciduous
Mr. Thomas laid, and will
: fruit and fresh vegetable be pushed through until all establishments -
packing, canning and processing In the three Categorieshave Dog Food 4 cans 17c
establishments will reach Homestead been Inspected
about May IS, according to
Senior Inspector John R. Thomas RUhlt
who Is In charge of the Inspection "It you stood with ;your back
forces. to the north and facing south, Fruits and VegetablesFANCY
Mr.Thomas successfully directedthe
_city-wide educational and what would be on your left hand?"
: compliance' drives In Miami and "My finger, sir."-Answer*.
I GREEN TOP

:1 I I' FOR BEST-BUILTI! Winesap Apples 4 lb. 25c I CARROTS ;,bunch 8c '

f!i The quality and sturdiness .
f :1 E of your new home .
:
t,I: r by may its not cost be alone.determined The Red Bliss Potatoes 10 lb. 9c

: CHARACTER of Build
: : Materials chosen REDIAND JUICY
:\ will decide its Integrity

i i Specify 'our Best Build. ORANGES 20c
1 Ing Materials!rI do,


I e BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC. '
COMPLETE LINE OF BIRDSEVE FROSTED FOOD
....ber. Hardware Saab, Deem. Teals
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PIIONW M HOMESTEAD: HA.

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