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 18, 1941
Frequency: weekly
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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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Chamber Directorate( TO CAA AND FSA ENGINEERS


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I 2' TIE VOTES ON IJ A Little: Bird AFTER TALK BY CHANDLER



SAME MEN PUT Told UsTHAT Seniors to Present I Need for Camp Acute and

'I Class Play TonightThe Time of the Essence,

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a certain local business establishment that caters to I seniors of Homestead High
INTEREST HIGH School will present their class
evening trade was rather short-handed last Monday night. APPROPRIATION MAY
play: "Headed for Eden", this
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DIE IF :NOT USEDReverts
evening at 8 o'clock In the Neva
THAT the mil-listing of the Christian name of a prominentlocal Kina Cooper School auditorium a ,

Fitzpatrick Finally De- school officer u "Charlotte" at recent county-wide function The play I* said to be a sparkling to General Fund :

,feats English forAllan's U responsible for a cognomen that may stick to him for life. three-act comedy.SWIM If Project Not Start-

Seat ed by June
HtfTELECTED LOCAL BUILDERS THE WEATHER I CONTESTSEVERY I
STILING Objection to location of the proposed

PRESIDENT OF BODY ADVISED TO ASK Official weather report of the WEEKS I $230,000 negro agricultural i
Subtropical Experiment Station, migratory worker camp near the '
Kirby and A. R. Livingston Homestead, Florida. county airport site on East Campbell
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FOR CAMP PLANSBids I SLATED AT POOL drive was withdrawn by the
Again Treasurer and h. .....,.....t R... I Rain Dade County commission Tuesday -
Secretary Apr. 10 ._..._, 111 I 59 130.021 I pending a conference between
Apr. 11.1 II I 160 130,011 I Beginning some day In the second engineer tot the Civil Aeronautic :
Only one change In the board of for the construction of the I Apr. 12----__.1 18 I 6Z I f1 week of May swimming and Authority and the Farm Se-
directors of the Redland District two agricultural migratory labor Apr. 13..1 18 I 54 I I 0.10 diving contest will be held at the icurity Administration a* to whether -
camps at Homestead will be received Apr. 14......._.1 11 I 58 I 1 Homestead Swimming Pool under or not the camp would Interfere ,
Chamber, of Commerce was madeat between May 1 and IS, it Apr. 15.__.....1 'II I 51 130.18, the supervision of Art McKee. who with the operation or future
the annual mee'tln, of the memo' Wit said here yesterday. Apr. 11"-1 80 I 50 130,151 I ie the new manager of the pool, development of the airport .
bership held Monday night, and Local contractor who wish to tennis courts and trailer park. The The action was taken on motion '
that was the election of George participate in construction of the exact date of the first contests of County Commissioner J. Lamar
camps should wire or write for 4 From District Go week. Paxion following before
Fitzpatrick of .the Princeton-Iia-! will be announced next appearance
plans and specifications to Wm. V. To Pensacola Camp Medals will be awarded the winner the board of Luther U Chandler -
ranja area to take the place of
Albright, district engineer of the
of these contests, which will of Goulds and Paul van drr
W. W. Allan.The Farm Security Administration, I be staged every three weeks. Win SchOUW. Florida ,supervisor of migratory -
feature of the election was Bell Building, Montgomery Ala. Four more residents of the Red-I, ners of one contest will not be' labor campa Mr. Chandler -
the tie vote betwen Fitzpatrick and; $230000 has been set aside for land District will be among 92 permitted to compete In following pointed out that with the demand -
J. W. English for seventh place on I each of the camp project draftees of Dade County who will I events, Mr. McKee said so that for labor that would be created -
the seven-man board. A run-off i Wm. Winter & Co. of Setaucket, leave next week for Fort Barran opportunity to win medals will with the start of work on
vote to break the original tie of N. Y., awarded a contract for cas at Pensacola to do their year, be restricted to or two the aqueduct and other defense
not one
25 votes each for these two candidates clearing the county airport site of service.
army I exceptionally proficient swimmers.Winners project, together with the increasIng -
ended in another tie of 23
at approximately! $49 an acre They are: Ishmael Asbury Cash I of medals will competeIn demand for field labor the
each. The second run-off resultedin : which later was forfeited has been son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Cash of latter of need for housing project
a water show the part a negro
19 ballots cast for English and' reawarded the contract at a priceof Princeton Richard Lee Wallace of t
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be award- i 11 acute.He
j August for a gold cup to
25 for Fitzpatrick.The I' $99 an acre, according to persistent Homestead, Leo Schneider of Najranja I I'I ed by a well known swimming and : said he and other farm lead-
other six directors elected, reports current in Homestead and John Marion Martin of
diving champion, McKee said 1 Ian had spent month in finding a
and their respective votes
were as, yesterday.Telegraphy. Goulds. I I
The Homestead boys' swlmmmi site for the proposed camp, that
follows:
_._ team now being organized at the all preliminaries had been com-
Al Ltndgren ____,_ 4T ,
Edward Stlling__.___ 42 to Use Infra-Red Beam pool will compete against ION pleted and objection of the commission -
T. E. Kirby____..__ 4] strong opponents from up-state atwater at this time would act to
Instead of Poles Wires Rotes Told the show delay the project Indefinitely or
O. B. Parker ..._____ 30 ,
A tennis tournament, on the municipal kill it permanently. He said that
3 R. Brooke. .__.___. 29
... ..... .. courts U being planned. I (Continued on Page Two)
Frank B. Rue .. .. 29 Sending of telegraph messages have only to overcome resistance
Mr. Allan. defeated for reelection over an infra-red beam Instead of offered by the curvature of the :
received 19 votes. I wires and pole will become a I earth' surface, and they: are working !Former Cornell Research Worker
Mr Salina was re-elected ))re.l- reality within a comparativelyshort steadily toward that end.
(Continued on Page Two) time, a* research engineer Thi statement wa made to the I Joins Subtropical Station Staff :B

,Homestead Rotary Club
I Al Lindgren Once Sailed to Cutler I'day by Garland Mustek Wtdn"-I Dr, E. M. Andersen formerly i assistant In the department of hor-
area manager for .. research assistant In the department I lUcuHure and during his senior
From Silver Palm Over Glade Road In a talk outlining the of vegetable crop at Cornell I I year was president of the Agricultural -
ment of telegraphy. dev.IOP-1 University Ithaca, N. Y, arrivedin Club. tHe
Al VT. Lindgren of Goulds, who I As soon a* enough families had "Professor Samuel F B. Homestead last week to assume f became research aislatimt I
cam te the Redland District a* a settled In the area, the men met telegraph of 1844 would transmit the duties of assistant truck horticulturist I Iin vegetable crops at Cornell In \
boy Just after the SpanishAmerican every Monday and worked on a a menage one way at a time over, at the Subtropical Ex July, 1938, and held that position
War. told the Redland District! road, which followed the line of aA.wire," said Mr. Miulck. "To- periment Station of the Univertsty until last month when he resignedto
Lion Club Tuesday night why least resistance and was built of day over that wire more than 500 of Florida. He succeed W. M.I accept the appointment here.
present resident of the district, log over the worst place In the message can be sent each way at Fifield who wa transferred' to At Cornell he was associated with (
BOW noted for it* good road and I glades route. The first paved road the same time, due to use of radio Gainesville several month ago to the lettuce improvement projectand f
many conveniences, owe a debt of from Silver Palm to Naranja was channel that have been found to become assistant to the Universityof continued hit graduate study. j
gratitude to its first settlers. eight feet wide and it was considered follow the telegraph wire and useIt Florida's provost for agriculture, During summer month he wa In
When hit parent came here a boulevard, Mr. Lindgren a* guide line." Dr. Wllmoo Newell. charge of muck crop research In
Mr. Lindgren said, there were no sold The tint telegraph wire was Born and reared on an Irrigated Oswego County: N.Y.. and worked I
road, no school and no stores The tint school was held in a strung by Morse between Washington farm In Elwood, Utah, Dr. Andersen with the farm bureau and approximately ;
closer than Cutler,'some 19 miles log building at Silver Palm, on a and Baltimore and Vie tint attended the elementary school 1 forty farmer co-operator '
away where two trading pasta site near that on which the Lion menage was cent over it on May there and was graduated from the In that arc*. I
:Were: located because they could''1 Den .to pow.1oca1Mr, Llndgrea 24,.844.. Mr. Mustek said In the Bear River High School. at Gar- In 1929 Dr. Andersen wa givenan
get supplier. bf'boat. It took all I'' early 1870' Thomas Edison and land-Trementon, Utah. He received American Legion award for
day to make the trip by mule team'jsald. over the rough road and bit associate developed duplex t U. 5.U horticulture iron high school leadership; la 1930 (
from Silver Palm to Cutler and trails was made more difficult U transmission, whereby a message the Utah State Agricultural C.4I be received the Utah State Farm
the route-followed the glades) or!the summer by rain which filled could be sent each way at the same *..inl93i, During hi*.last three Bureau Vocational Agricultural ,
prairie.. JM Mid. I (Conunuea on Page Two) (Continued on Page Three) year at, this college hex was (Continued on Page Three)



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Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday April 18,1M1J

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tained the club with several is I special) .Leader-Euterprlte _.. _
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GROWERS PLAY LINDGREN lections" hit musical saw check books) $3.00 Mn Foulk expense. o. 30.06

Earlier IB Jhe eveping. Wed Checks lOt tt ,. (Pottage } --t____.._ 1A0
President Harley Core was "$trlst-I 334 lncl__ 3459.40' Rtdland'District News.21st
HERE
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EDISON (Continued from Pig One) Check- m,._ .e5j| .
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ed" 4 *>r, joad, t.5rt>|fn'I !jwbe ii. h "
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the glades and nude them nearly '
claimed they wr earthing for Check 338_ .SO . 1 >{ .211.'
} THIS AFTERNOON impassable, stolen property. Acting on ,tip, Check 341_ 500,00 Frail Festive, ItllMr
| "On one occasion: Aid Mr.Lindgren they entered the club just In Dm Check 341J5.00 ..JicDOeMr. -. .___ .

"when Sid Vihlen and I to find Mr Core using the gavelof : Pope . _. __. __.. 5.04
The Homestead High School were tent to Cutler for provision, the Coral Gables Lion's Clubto Total expenditures ,Western Union. .._ 1,01
baseball team will play Miami ,we rigged up a Ail on a boat and' conduct the meeting. After an __ $401735 i Southern Bell Telephone 120
Edison here this afternoon at I actually tailed to Cutler and back Immediate trial before "Judge" Net profit on Fruit Festival Skagseth Printing Co..._ 3.50

1M: o'clock. Edison which leads through the glades. I'I'I W. O. Talbott, Mr. Core was sentenced _____ $528.4] ,First National Banki
In the southern half of the ..Ilhthhlh | "Gam was plentiful in those to continue at club. president I Total balance: on deposit (check bookt)__ 3.00
achool district: previously defeated days In thia lection. Deer, wild, until a successor can: be elect- In First National Bank '$302842 ,It A. Aman, Jr. (prize 1.00
Homestead '-I In a well- I turkey, quail and other game could ed. Ed Gallaher was prosecuting Account to be collected 12303
I be killed within tight of the bouse.I I "
Less check toJames
played game attorney and Lawrence Pope prepared I $a.7jj
,I wouldn't pull the trigger unless
The Growers will meet Danla Archer
I the defense The gavel was Checks Charged to Building
Jl was sure of bringing down four
her next Wednesday at 3.30 0'- Smith Hospital
I turned over to members of the Brooker Lumber Co. . 200.00
,
|birds, and I have killed at
many
clock. Gables club who "happened" to (bal on J. D. Perkins _ 40.00
Homestead defeated Danla at "at 13 with one shot, they were to ..__ I 00 "
be pledge) $400.00Less
|thick." present.C.OF L. Harris Sr....... 21.80
10 in I IV. ,
Hollywood Apr a snappy check to Slmmolll .
for the{ For recreation other than huntIng -- auo .
S-l Fuchs. pitching 1
game Homestead '
Brooker Lumber
Co.
Growers, allowed two hits and and fishing the boys of the I I C ELECTION US'
Library
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Brooker Lumber Co. _ 50.00
section with the of the
struck out 11 men. help (donation) 200.00
I\.ranJa Rock Co.
21.501W.
cleared land for a baseball 'ir"'l I -
local went down under
The team
: D. Home Co. .. .. 345.55i
Lindgren recalled. About the Continued I
( From
a shower of hits, 13-3. from Miami Pat Ore) 60000 Livingston
1 High team Tuesday afternoon on time they had to work on it wai ,I dent at the organization meeting of Balance in bank at per i R. Lumber: :' 19.79Brooker
Co.
the Miami field. during recesses at school, but they![the board held Immediately after treasurer's books Apr. 227.34

finally got it finithed. Then were j I the membership meeting Other 14, 1941______ $242842!
enough boys for only one team to' members of the board elected to $972.22 .
Children Give ProgramIn REDLAND DISTRICT FRUIT '
I the other team wai usually com-I office were Mr. Undfren first I T Checks
Florida City Church FESTIVAL, 1941 Chamber of Commerce
posed of girls or father of vice-president; Mr. Brooks, second
THOS. E. KIRBY, Treasurer i expense ._..__ UII."
I boyt. They were real garnet, and vice-president; Mr. Kirby, ---
An Easter service of Interest to the entire community turned out treasurer (re-elected). In accord- Mr. Klrb,'. report of the finan-I Fruit Festival, 11140_ 21.'l3
children was conducted In the for them Mr Lindgren laid. Their I ance with a charter provision that cial condition of the chamber of' Charged to building.972.22
Florida City Free Methodist home-made baseballs were of requires the secretary to be ap- commerce wa as follows:
Church by the pastor Mn Edith string covered with deer hide. I I pointed from the membership the Receipts I $121271

T't I Many of the pioneer settlers are board re-elected A. R. Livingstonto Paid In membership$295.00 Invested In building and
number was a primary till living In the Redland District: that office. Woman's Club8.14 grounds _. .... . 11033.J9
exercise, "What They Say", given Mr. Lindgren pointed out, and he I I Prior to the election, a financial Fruit Festival (publicity I Bills OutstandingCrane

' by Genevieve Cline and her Sunday I named at a few of them Mr. and report of the receipts: and disbursements ________ 1000.00 I Co. .. .. ... _ $8.00
, school class. George and Mrt Ch... Goasman Mr. and MIT. of the llth annual Red-I BaL on hand Apr. 8, 1940 318.49 REDLAND DISTRICT
Daniel Morton. Bert Cook, Harold 1 Dan Roberta and Wm. Anderson land District Fruit Festival was' I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE '

Griffin and Junior Demure represented A. C. Cornell of Redland enter- read by Mr. Kirby as follows : $169863., By THOS. E. KIRBY, Treasurer
birds, Romona Griffin, Receipts Less checks_
I(I 1212.71 I
Jeredean Tamblyn and Christine Wonderful I Dad County agricultural I(

Cook butterflies; and Marjorie A cameraman, working for the I: fund ._ .___.___ 2500.00 BaL Apr. 12, 1941.._ $483.92
Cook. Lorenia Odum and BetseyDemere I I educational department of a film;,'Gate receipts$287030 I I Checks C of C. Expense ,I

flowers. company, met an old farmer coming :Carnival 500.00 Mrs. Stewart___.__ $30.00
Other numbers were: a dialogue, out of a house. "I have Juit I II ,Booths . '_'_ 1338.93Advtrtsing I I Mrs, Stewart_ 4300;
"The Message of the Lilies", by' been taking tome moving picture -_ 20.00 I Post cards and stamps.7,00: OpeningMonday
Geraldine Griffin, Fay Derriere,I I of life on your farm. Refund Hodge Cash book__ .50 1

Alfreda and Elizabeth Cook, and'' "Did you catch any of my la.' Badge Co. 15.M Insurance (Hortley).. .. 40.80 I 1I
Felda Sutton; a Bible drill by ,boren in motion asked the old Pay .tallo.2.ot Post cards and stamps.8.00,

Daniel. George and Charles Mor- man curiously. :Phone callscollected Christmas prize. .._..... _00 5.00,I I
ton. M.lvln'bldd.n and Harold I "Sure I did." I ..
I _.. .45 Christmas prize__ 5.00iI
Griffin;'a Bible song. The Name Th farmer shook hit head reflectively 'Discount on Christmas prize.-. ..-. .... 503: .
We Love," by Christine Sutton I then said" : "Science Is al bill .22 I H. C. Reely expense____ 5.00'Dr. ,
Jeredean Tamblyn, Lorenia Odum wonderful thing Exchange Refund on petty I

George and Da Morton. Margie Motorist Man, you ought to bel I cash ___ .20 Haskin' With Money-Sating
Cook; a reading, "Rejoice for Our In the army instead of the garage Leonard. ,
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Lord la' Risen", by Genevieve business" .',Deposited for : Prices
GLASSES4STAR
ClIne; and a dialogue Romona"The Griffin Enter, Garageman: "Why? Think Idj II Fruit Festival $4545.97Expenditares ''I .....110I.. In be ...,..- \,
Offering", by i(I nuke a good soldier** <, 'I Miss, sea 110081rifte ofI
Jeredean Tamblyn Lorenia Odum,I I Motorist: "Say, no enemy could .Fiat National I I 1.1 .. a Prw as" 111-ML st.tarWr .- I Cash & Carry
: Air c.ode"ILI
and Christine Sutton. 'ttand' before the Bank ofHomestead
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way you charge i c-: .._ f_
introduced I 41
The cradle roll babies' were -I-Ex. I '
and given their certificates. -

Twelve babies were en IL I. ...,......... tw. so . .10. .. .... ..... ..,...... .. .. . .. .. .. .... .. ..... 1 .. .. ,... .... ".. '.H..... .. CleanersOld
rolled.
Distribution of souvenirs fol- .
Enterprise Bid;.
lowed. I
Mrs. Naomi Dano directed an 17 W. Mowry St.

Easter egg hunt at the church at JeoJf11 ) ... Alma Deariac, Prop.
Monday afternoon. The prize for, <
finding the most eggs was awardedto

Alfred Cook.MIGRATORY. i,iI : OPENING SPECIAL
'I LAWNMOWER

CRAFTSMAN SKIRTS.......... 19c
CAMP
: Ladlea'

I I COATS........... 29cI
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If work la not begun by June, un-! 45 CRAFTSMAN'60"' I

expended appropriations for such!I 9
Prices
camp will revert to general federal -] 14-Inch cat Everyday

funds area new appropriation,
would have to be sought_and In, SUITS '- 49c
view of what I* happening to other!i : 16-lBch rat 945

projects because of priority given, i 18-laek rat - .. --.- -11.45 .
to defense needs. It Is very unlikely DRESS 49 c
that the turn of $230,000 would be America's finest and an unbeatable a" sip
made available In the next budget value-that's why i '
Attention was called to the fact It'.-a 4-Star feature! Operate !i
25c
that none of the buildings la the smoothly, easily. Extra J PANTS -
camp would be more than 11 feet heavy bed knif. Overisz i
tall, and that the water tower location 10 inch ..mi. pneumatic / !
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had been moved to I far Urea. 3 crucible steel blades. i '

corner of the tract on the plant ,.
of the camp site to eliminate it asa Laundry Dept, -.

hazard to planes from the airport Craftsman SILENT MOWER Craftsman SHUTS __ I**
The camp alt*. It was pointed out, .
doe not adjoin the airport, but is '65 CssnnMfrlal flat, lb.414
: 4 on the other aid of the road from, 17'U 'A. I Master Family ftassh. flat, Ibw 8* t-

; t and west of, the flying field.
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Tropical Cafe tion.Permanent SllenUfre 7brk.nth. .:i '259 CARRYj j
CASH &
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Ing. Chrome plated Civet any size spray. I
steel handle. Over ,e, Remains stationary
NOW LOCATEDIN all rubber tires 16- or revolve For any
Inch: cut. lawn up to TS-ft diameter. CLEANERS
THEBORNE I J
18-faKh rat IMS .
BLDG. Mn. Alma Dealing. ,

K. atfeaa Ave.lHa..Mw. . SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMlajsd. I. Proprietor ,
i 11 W. MOWir ST.r j
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ii i 1 11Ii BsseajM BIT, Utsj to 14th 8ta. tare Hew 1:31 to 4:36; $ssm eay. l-3. to I

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Friday, April HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE PageThreeMRS.
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Homestead architecture and worked on the next Monday evening at ':30 o'
DEARING TO Area Subject of 3 Talks I
j landscape design ot the San Francisco clock. J. Roy Vaughn ministerof

I Before State Horticultural Societyl I Exposition under the direction the Central Church In Miami,
OPEN CLEANING : of Mark Daniels, prominent Is to do the preaching.
---- I Ii architect and landscape architectof The public la cordially Invitedto
The vegetable division of the i tticultural Society were Dr. t. BEApderaen California. During the followingyear hear Mr. Vaughn who I* said
LAUNDRY AGENCYMrs. ] Florid Horticultural Society heard recently appointed as-, she was a landscape architectin to be a gifted preacher.
Dr. Ceo. D. Ruehle, entomologist'slsUnt horticulturist at the local Los Angeles. In late 1939 she Paul Herndon minister of the
of the Subtropical Experiment station In Mr Flfleld' place, Mrs.f returned to Utah and continued Homestead church, will assist In
Alma Dealing will open I Station here speak on "New Data(Andersen and Mrs. W. J. Krome. her landscape work there. the revival.
cleaning pressing and laundry on Late Blight Control" the I Dr. and Mrs. Andersen have
-agency Monday In the old Enterprise concluding session of the 54th annual -, taken up residence in the risk Young People's Leaden
building 17 West Mowry meeting of the society held In DR. ANDERSEN Apartments on N. W. First avenue. :
street under the name of Cash Orlando Tuesday, Wednesday andThursday. I I To Be Installed Sunday
and Cleaners. I I
Carry
( : Lay Reader to Conduct Irene Jackson wlU be Installed
Mrs. Dearlng and her son. Emory S. A. Lynch, assistant horticulturist (Continued from Page One)
of the local experiment station Services at St. John'sCeo. president of the young people of
who was killed In an automo- sweepstake award In 1931 he received
was a speaker before the I the Homestead Presbyterian
bile crash several months ago operated : the American Farmer Key
Krome Memorial Institute Wednesday the Association of Future Church at a candlelight! service In .
a cleaning agency here a lID N. Wakefiekt, lay reader I
on "Promising New Avocado -Farmers of America and receiveda the church Sunday evening at 7:30
:year agp. Mrs. Dealing said that will conduct a prayer service at
the same money-saving rates which Varieties". Union Pacific Railroad Schol-I 11 o'clock Sunday in St. John's o'clock.
were In effect then will be maintained "Variety Studies In the Homestead Jtrship for college study. Episcopal Church, announced the The other officers to be Installed
by the Cash and Carry Area" was the subject of a came a member of Alpha Zeta rector, the Rev. R. F. Blackford.I are: vice-president, Bond Bitting;
Cleaners. talk made before the vegetable national honorary agricultural I his departure Tuesday to I,secretary Avis Bitting; and treasurer -
division of the society by W. M. i:: refo Blair Hickson.
fraternity in 1133; of the American a year as captain I in the
Fifield, formerly horticulturist acting -I. Society for Horticultural Science reserve officers corps of the army I Chairmen also will be Installed.
TELEGRAPHYContinued In charge-of the Subtropical, in 1934; of Phi Kappa Phi,' He will serve as chaplain in Law- They are: religious education
Experiment Station, who la now national honorary scholastic soci- son General Hospital In Camp Vernon Jackson; Christian education -
stationed in Gainesville. I lety, in 1935; of Washington Cordon, Atlanta.Mr. Richard Hickson; stewardship -
( From Page One) Others from Homestead who!State Horticultural Society In 1036. Wakefield will be assisted Emmett Etherldge; social
time, and in a few more yearsthey attended the meeting of the Hor-land of Phi Sigma national honorary 'this summer by Joseph Gauzens, service, Dorothy Behrens; spiritual -
life, Ha Jean Irwin, home and
developed quadruple transmission biological society In 138. Sergeant Robert W. Gauzens and
-the sending of two messages the Union now have commissionsand In November, 1940, Dr. An- Wm. J. Clark Jr. In the fall a foreign missions, Charles Behrens;
each way simultaneously.The divisions for the welfare ot dersen' was married to Bernice 'clergyman will be appointed to and group leaders, Wanda Sickle
first successful telegraph the blind, yet the state of Florida Ashdown of Bountiful, Utah. Mrs serve until Mr. Blutkford's re and Ashley Kemp.
printer was developed In l 02n and Is not on this list, and Andersen attended the elementary turn. I
about that Ume' further research "Whereas, the Florida Association schools of Bountiful and was graduated "Yes my wife gets more out ofa
made it possible to transmit four of Works for the Blind of I from the West High School Revival Begins :MondayAt novel than an'bod't"How
messagef each way simultaneously Miami, Florida, has been deeply 'of Salt Lake City. She was also do you mean?"
over one wire. In 1910 the num- Interested In the welfare of the a student at the Utah State Agricultural Church of ChristA "Well, she always starts In the
ber had been Increased to 18 each I blind for more than ten years, aidIng I College. From August.: ; I middle so she's not only wonderIng -
way at the same time. In restoring sight in economic 1938 to September, 1(38 she con- revival meeting will begin at how it will all end, but how It
It was ten years ago that Western and social readjustment, and In tinued her study of landscape the Church of Christ in Homestead began."-GritWhydtiesa

Union engineers developedthe waging a campaign of sight conservation -'
use of radio channels, Mr and at the same time It I
Musick said The same chan- has given much consideration to I .
nels follow an Infra-red beam, a legislative program that would
but the light beam has no telegraph I be of state-wide benefit to those
poles to carry It.over the I thus handicapped and I I

natural curve of the earth, so| "Whereas. a apeclal legislatlve -
'transmission of telegraph messages -, committee for the blind coma
over Infra-red beams can J posed of member selected from I
be made for I
only limited distance
a
the Lions' Clubs throughout the
-up to a point where the I
state, after due study and consultation
curvature of- the earth obstructs .
Foundation
for the American -
the beam of light. ; for the Blind the National'
Mr Musick was confident that I
Society for the Prevention of
e means would be found to surmount '
United
Blindness, and the States
this obstacle, and he pointedout
,Office of Education, has now pre
what a saving would be effected division'
pared a bill to provide a
when construction and of service to the blind of
maintenance expense of poles and under the state welfare Florlda'j
wires can be eliminated. This
saving will be passed on to the| "Now therefore be It ,
board of directors ,
the of
public in much cheaper rates for by '
telegrams: he predicted ,'I the Rotary Club of Homestead,i i'Florida l
The latest miracle of telegraphyIs , that we heartily endorse :
bill to amend Section 18 of
this
j
the tar simile telegram, Mr. I i /
Mustek said Machines for transmitting Chapter 18, 281, laws of Florida':
exact fac similes of any|(to be known as Section IBs), and ',
offer full support, and further,
our
letter other document records are form in operationin signatureor I, "Be It resolved that we recommend -'

various big cities. Atlanta has,: to the 81 other Rotary, Golf 8 llJ ounce ?
23 of them and Mr Muslck la goIng Clubs In this district that they
to "move heaven and earth"to 1(jtake Immediate action In endonfing '

get one in Miami for next sea 'notification this proposed their bill club's and that'endorsement EVER notice that a golf ball, when packed, fuel-fat ball of ,...mixture at

son.Announcement was made that be sent by them without :1 drop it, bouncea higher than the top of the stroke- the Buick piston

Jack Harding, athletic coach ate I delay to the honorable governor something hollow, like a tennis ball? goes rushing down with more push,
the University of Miami will be I!, the president of the Senate,I more shove, more power than the same
the speaker at next week's the speaker of the House their
meetingof That' partly because of internal
the Rotary Club. respective legislators, and Mr. R. r.amount. of fuel gives up elsewhere.
I
The following resolutions were Henry P. Johnson, chairman,I acres, which also have so much to do
passed by the board of director I special legislative committee for with Buick' extra FIRFBAIJ. power. Result every Buick engine travel

Wednesday: the blind. 41S Wallace S. farther per gallon this year than the

"Whereas, the committee on I'Tampa Florida and Rubber threads inside a golf ball are ssme-size engine did last year, while
service to the blind of club "Be resoiveo. that BUlldln"l
our it packed; light,highly compressed.When Compound Carburetion with Buick
has been studying the needs of the of this resolution be I
blind of Florida for many yean,'honorable governor, the flattened against a hard object, like a FIREBALL design give a* much a* 10%

and has been working towards the''of the Senate, the speaker of the sidewalk, they come back harder, with to 15% more mile per gallon
passage of proper legislation, and House, the Dade County legislators I more push, and so the ball bounces

"Whereas, It has been broughtto I also to" Mr. Johnson and the higher. In fact if you're buying any car this
our attention that 18 states In local press.
I year, it'* pretty important to tee and
A similar thins happen inside Buick
] a
drive a Buick before you're through
;
Let Us Auto-Sway Your .J : I FIREBALL atraight- i&ht cylinder it'*Number One in

I Fuel compression pretitrei are higher mart engineering s .

'" Squeaks Away here than in any other .udarelpro'at well ss Number L

duction automobile engine One in solid, rock-

REDLAND SERVICE STATION I bottom, all round 4ior '

"Spanay ....., Prep So when the spark Jumps in the tightly VALUE! '

riacler AT*. Mowry St Hemestesd, FU. I
M-UOIK SERVICE PHONE IMS II Optuwil |ti!|>airat w tU Buick Sricut,Mawlwd M all man models. t. Coupe
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NOT TOUT I Jim &serANN
epMee/eyeip.
Burglaries are so common
W sees e x4 .
that often they're not even salrwr
Pnttt
mentioned In toda,'* bUfl'J.I II ntrt. a>
I scurry news. They might uncwaa Of sasses camas vault Assize with*!mow.

pick your home for burglarizing I
next. Ask us about lowe "

rate Burglary Insurance, now i PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
,.today! You should carry it

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BATE It wa almost 0 o'clock
Am 1),040, c-tr e4014141110 on the
d Do" c.ntF_ 1t'" morning of April 13, and It was '
Sunday. A '
solitary freighter wassailing
t
slowly and silently south

< Beguest d along the line of the eastern horlt.

on, almost! losing lf
against the ,
Br Start rcrrrH Dirklnmi
I would not give you thing ONLY KAtUtGOw REO 'shadows of a large black cloud '.
that blanketed the
place where
Small One. I
ow iJ'MZ A717tQ"O.l7
the tun was to
soon rise.
A stalwart body. robust mind. ieCN .s'A, '
A quiet heart, serene and kind. I O//df TO COAfO? ,YQI/1lO yr eE N hmg strange or startling j

An urge for beauty as the sun iYMOR about that, a freight boat on theocean
gFV at 8 in the morning. But
For he lack naught of an to

Who follow after lovlm***! still, 'there were countless thooj-
I b@S'I'I and, lining the shores, watching,

Youth in and waitlnc. for It was T.....
SpainIt -
: THREE EH5ER t 1 1 t : 'I Sunday, and the ran was soon; to

appear that Spanish youth ;i:s BASS eRVGNTIII t rise bringing with it light for a
will
no longer haw a choice Inj I new day.

democratically acquiring an edu- MCA ON The appointed moment arrived

cation. Generalissimo Francisco|I tJNE but ,
CAST we who were watching could
Franco has
directed that Spain'syouth
I not see the sun a* it crept above
will become | '
a militant arm : I the line of ky and sea we could
F L'6
IUIWI1M 1Z11U'
!
of the FUanglit*, the Spanish order zeo1Awa.odaoeLa
!only see a large black cloud and
KKOIUN'
of Fascist I 8/11T
sympathy. By an
official decree, General Franco I t:1, '% u r a low moving freighter But we
odsr' knew the
f sun had risen. It had '
will regiment and train young '4ATt7a frOR/Of CEN !L/If .vBO,
Its
kept
r appointment with time ,
Spain until It reaches the age to I 'RIMS TN'S UK"PA'lPISTW&TIOA 771iO It 'vlj ,W19' lit always had and always would.a* "

enter the army or marry. Student / OF d 'LCS ONsQNO a And *
we "Hall
between T to 17 years of age automatically crewVa Me" irs ess'rcm 'LY + sang luJah. and .
become member Inj/ ON GLUE CAST INe w fl6APOLOAS/t' t d ; gave prayer of thanksgiving far
"Sdy/E we knew the Son of Man,, too, had
the "new order", tJOAt40 U9.11 COLOSlQLN <
,
f arisen from the tomb of
Protestantism I I. almost completely -| / eO""II1NY A9'Tl4LNSVSAKNT 1 darkness,
banned In Spain and It II'VON w. 1.//11'46 o1p f/MONd9 [J/DSS bringing light for a new day. He, '

may be assumed that Spanish O.CTOsFiwiaM6 t too had kept His appointment

I with time though none had seen.
youth will receive its education \ t I The freight boat
under the guidance of Roman moved on
south and
Catholic nun and cleric gull began to circle
I
overhead, and the moon high la
plus stores Including overcoats foiU5 vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvwvv
:3"o Make Vienna JewlessSince that probably coat eight I the western sky became pale asa

the conquest of Poland,I CURRENTCOMMENT time that and it 1* related that I LIBRARY FACTS 'i heaven greater brightness Silver band enveloped of the

the Nazi have been busy transferring crate of automobile sent to Europe light

Jew from greater Germany ::1 were destroyed AND FANCIESBy broke through the blackness of the
wants : | cloud that hid the sun. A
new
to that country. Recent dispatches By AGNEW WELSH That Is one of the evil of I I day had begun.

Indicate that trainloads of! wicked waste. MKS. J. C. GACZENJ I

Sews continue to leave Vienna, I I

probably bound for the Lublin district : Elite's Notes H.. W" mdse.1 Many people Join a church and nyn Y nnn:i I

In Poland. It 1* expected:1 -- .... -..,. sometimes they merely Join th< I LIBRARY HOGS [ Thank to Mrs. W. L. Dawson of
be on offlonow" ..ea for
vorknone Miami this
most
beautiful .
that all Jew will be expelled fromVienna ekb by """' -. Address preacher and when he move on and
...- t" w..., su It. .. Monday Wednesday. Thandi I{timely'bit legend
by next fall and It will become , .. they move oat; the cause suffersand
Ha Sisal MIn I !4 P. avTaesday. I 111i
the only Jewlen large city the minister doe not gal n. DOGWOOD
LEGEND
to the world. coring the "racketeers" of You probably can recall such In Friday, I* a. m.-l .. m :,

At present, between 50,000 and the latvr world Westbrook haler stance In nature growth comet Saturday .-.. a. (04 I-< p. .. t: At the time of the Crucifixion,

60,000 Jew remain In Vienna but said that Miami Is the hibernating from a division of cell-members ,-, p. ... II[the dogwood attained the site of :

each month from 10 to 12 trainloads -I place of the criminal acum but it does not always work that j; the oak and other tree So strong J

of about 1,000 If'WI"ch are and of racketeer of the American way spiritually. According to report from oc- ':'and firm wa the wood of it that tt i:

expected to be transferred to Po Federation of Labor. The scores cupled France M. Gontran de.!i was chosen a* the timber for the t
f Poncin
land. Condition are reported better of robbery stories In the local dallypaper I author of "Kabloona"has cross.

Lublin i seem to offer evidence not only "cashed In" on his!!
than before In the district Children in CourtBy Arctic To be thus used for such a cruel
that he is more than half right adventure by putting It into -'purpose greatly distressed
the
book form but tree
Each: Jew I II allowed to take from: a I Judge Malcolm Hatfleld ha actually made and Jesus nailed upon It, sensed
I practical use of '
Vienna only a* much baggage as Census figure show our nation some of the know this and in His gentle' pity for an
I* declining at the rate of about edge gained from the Eskimos'!
believe
the authorities their sorrow said to It: "Because of
ceaturt brought with them .'an.l i four per cent per generation and t TESTING THE SCHOOLS Gun are forbidden by the German -;your great regret and pity for my
in his
the birthrate of the white I part of France. so1
race Two
they originally settled In successful business Me M. d 'suffering, I make you this promise
Jewish home are sealed and later r I II Increasing at about five per cent were discussing their respective < Poncin trapped pheasann ts'-never' again shall the dogwood
i f while that of the nonwhite race*l'children. They had |Iin the Eskimo manner to replenish
sold either by trustee or by the graduated from his larder."Kabloona". I tree grow large enough to be used
Jewish 110 us two per cent better. There college In the fame class for
Community Headquart..j and we ro a cros*. Henceforth It shall
whkh apparently I* under strict i appear to be some handwritingon [! vitally interested in education. I I II the Eskimo term 'be lender and bent and twisted,

official surveillance. 'I the wall.Bruce . . j I I "My experience with present for white man but according to''!and its blossom shall be In the
'' the author, he himself
I
Mi.ny Vienna Jew believe the ''day students remarked the one to developed form of a cross-two long and two
Caton Washington columnist a large extent the
I, Arctic dwellers' .
their be used executive, "Leads -
member of race may me 10 believe short petals; and in the center of
more or less a* hostage againthe !I call attention to the fact that sixteen or eighteen yearsthe In viewpoint or rather a good;the outer edge of each petal there '
that of the three minion called understanding of
entry of the United States Into I I men l classroom have an adverse effect them. ](will be nail prints, brown with
I to the color hi 1917 between 10 I Perhaps one reason why M. del'
the war Hitler has on certain Individual During blood, and in the center of the
recent addresses, cf : IIn':j]'land 29 per cent were rejected be-] this time the student ha Poncin give such clear and vivid'Impression flower will be a crown of thorn

Jew from Europe and some hold'CIUII of physical disability while]leaned on others to such an extent of Eskimo life was be. ,And all who see it will remember
the draftee not show cause he vastnes1i
present are was living In
the opinion that he will carry out that he often develop the habitof where a ':It was upon a dogwood tree that

his threat U aid to Britain reaches :percent: : 1 depending on someone to plan I i, together twenty-five in people lathered :I was crucified, and this tree'shall ,

liable proportions.The I Quires I his work In advance. Another efI,' one place was a dense|,not be mutilated or destroyed,
qualification population.
other subjected people of I ted of a prolonged' educational 'I ness of the But with the alert ,; but cherished and protected ** a .'
western Intelligence
Europe are also having their trouble Seven Hollywood men said It wa career 1* that the student does not this number ,,I reminder of my agony and death i
was almost
France has been foYced to develop routine a unit and ,
: I II or ,on the cross"e'
the color of the dress that counted could be !
something leisurely
cut bread rations by 20 per cent'most a desire to produce of', observed. Th '
la a woman' result is
appearance a story that !
The ration I 250 value and substance. portray the
dally now only !
gram for ordinary people and 400 but wamt a number true;of it was color the expert way they aid I I I|, "I thoroughly agree with every.:,[explorer llfe more have completely thin most,,1 ev could were not for the war '
lit done. I the n
grams for manual worker. The I thing you say," his friend a* many trallllJatiOIl
'em. Darn It cant : '
Importance of this move become wore we get ed. "What Is more, I respond.1! Friend In America are hopin 1 contract for this novel a* she <

apparent only when it I* realized:i;,anything settled .any. 11IOI'I7 ,vfnced 'that Industry should draw |to get permission for M. de Pon- Ud for "Gone With the Wind" by
a cans to Join hi* family in tIIIoccu1;Margaret Mitchell which has
that French peasants normally I up a series of standards and lest' appeared
It is announced that human life ::Pied territory after which in 18 translation Mt
: consumed more bread per day'it 'I ,.U ...duatea to determine Just: arran.emmta 1 i
\ peed no longer be sacrificed In1 what will be
I i made for his
our schools entry
than the extra Urge portion allotted ' i are accomplish I
war plane a robot la1 into this ,
j a plane country,
It is
to manual worker s", possible that It this
:: being perfected; without human!,done it would wereI Mr*. Virginia Woolf by all rights
t j It must be remembered that I not be necessary
I
,control It will fly roll loop or I for (>f heredity and environment could
I ) Germany stripped France of most | employer to re-train so !
: +\ of its food resefves. This Included!1!dive I from an enemy plane, pilot i,prospective future executives many," ,, Last week many feet of shoal . 4' la plane hundreds of miles to a'', "If Ing space were added in the library writer of novel and e>> ,
amount of wheat and other'grain. : industry ever does
great test theresults
. and make successful land 1 y land I we are now .
port a ,! of preparing to get French food shortages public education
are:Ing.In the language of Mr. Tootlej j added file of Tugazines of of
the I lour accessible e Thackerey and a relative
Nad aeixure i first executive "U "J
due to
mainly
, It j jif I may recommend
the
1Mn'
I ), "AJnt that sumplnT"i that all school be required I II Ito public. However there are. 'the: Danrlnt Symonsel ant of'

, :f we'd only i known this the Jut!i.,, . to adopt method followed in our''''many missing numbers so we are':Strachey: she grew up In a ,

If time old Ring was raising her t.mA! U. 8 army officer when asked I prominent medical school There anxious to have friend of the Ubrary I Household that wavisited by 4.

: t: lly Have you ever lain awake!' about army store replied: ;students are taught by experienced'I;' bring In magazine of bac kStevenwn.; Ruskln Lowell Hardy.
llslrVmg lonesome '1:"Store? We have, i sand late date ]Meredith and others. Her education
It.1
to a puppy tryIng no stores. doctors and are required to j:
I ; half the night? Well next will be a happy day when we call. ticipate actively In all < was received at home from '

time this happen put a chess ',peak about atom of army equip,i,their life' work while In to par-I I Contract (II private tutor A* the wife Of ii
,
j clock: la a two-pound coffee cm;ment We hare need of all the After graduation the for translation of I Ii Leonard Woolf and lister-tn-law t'of

and place it la the ant with the modern equipment that can be can confidently hang up young his shingle man I Kitty i hal Foyte"been by Chrbtopher Morley ; OH Sell Mr*. Woolf had a '

pup. Tick-lock of the clock Inside I } recall that at* anywhere for he has been made to Sweden.'l,I literary circle ef her own -1
trained
: Denmark '
ee othertorid
thla can doe the trick- !'t r the war the government to meet the problem that Switzerland. Hungary Recently she disappeared from
will and Brail. .
Southern Wildlife. I I'' old off carload of sur confront him In life. Barton Saunders wbo I Mr home in London and her BU*
,,ls handling the foreign right be-.I Mod feared the had Mea 4roned.T1 .






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April 19,191f MF"THE. UOME8TEAn l.EADEIiENrti Page FIVE

'en of her class gave the children with green shredded paper:
!t treat. Each child received gift brought by Mrs. Moaer The pupils
I Homestead i with a miniature rabbit la U. made anginal designs on
High-Lights Easter cards In art.
j )fr.. Coopefe"9uptls have 'fin.I Mrs. Bird's pupils had fun dyeIng .
I jlahcd a send table. They have their eggs themselves
,two Dutch houses and a windmill
( Boys Will Entertain placed. on It. It shows the canal Mrs. Wyrm's room made Easier

I County Board Approves Painting Class in Decoration I land the Zuider! Zee with Its sand I Her baskets class with bought candy seven eggs new In books them.

, ; Done by Student Council Members I dunes and. dikes. with the money donated by the P.
Ry Oracle To 'else Mrs. Moser' pupils brought A. and the dollar It won at a P.
--_ The boys home economics classis some boiled dyed eggs to school I IT. A. meeting.
jThe inspection of the painting rating of the other classrooms. planning to entertain the Interior and made little baskets to holdthem.
d the home economics laboratory Mr, Blackburn's room will be decoration class by serving The baskets were stuffed THE WANT-ADS
was held on Tuesday by A. P. Walters painted next. ice cream and cake. ,
business manager of the The home economics classes
.Dade County board of public' instruction Queer Things ReportedIn served the men In the faculty!
and W. B. Ector superintendent Tuesday and were pleased to Include
of building. Science DepartmentWildcat Mr. A. P. Walters, business]
The board reported that the manager and Mr. W. B. Ector,;
rtom was satisfactorily paintedsad stew snakes, terrapin, superintendent of building of public -
that the Student Council could gophers, white rats baby opossums schools from Miami.
now receive the remainder of themoney chickens-well, we've become Friday the tenth grade classesare
necessary for the redeco- accustomed to strange thingsIn planning to serve Mr. J. T 1
i the science department Wilson superintendent of Dade at the
Junior Class Spends pecially from these projecthungry County schools, Mr. Wm. Gerona
gry students-but when a Imo, Mr. Chas. Turner, Mr. Frank I
x Day at :Matheson Beach crocodile of no mean proportions -I Skill Mr. A. J. Campbell and Mr. r i1\JfoRD CK
; appeared on the scene Mon B. H. Hindman the principal.ELEMENTART \
By Mabel Roth Pope I day, we confess we were wonderIng -
]The junior class enjoyed a party if we were seeing things. No NEWS STllttT\\
Matheson Beach on Friday, foolin', there it Is big as life (a MAIN
t Apr. 11 Transportation was pro.vided little too big if you auk us) with Jean Sutton of Miss Jackson'sroom ON
by Oscar Clonlngcr, a form its powerful Jaw held shut by a has gone to New. Jersey, and farms 00I
j er' student of Homestead High. few strands of rope, put about In a Anna Wondolaskl has left for and big chy-oa look, see
town
(The juniors enjoyed swimming seamanlike fashion, we'll admit, Massachusetts. The children enJoy 'Y high.. . . wberefer JOII... ...youcksord
.
Ud boat racing. Mrs Burly Den- but still we're skeptical I feeding and watching the seven I I ",e -.. Tho.. ... taco aJ."1
+i dy acted as chaperone. Everyone There are strange rumors of pairs of fish In the aquarium' Trucks at pals"tstber 64MU",jo.' ibis
1 y enjoyed the party and all wished a dead mule but we're hoping that they purchased with the I .1 11.,1'11 IH want
that more had attended. they're fabe.However money won from previous P. T. A.I 0401 1_ Owners
f said we're meetings. They also have a ther- definite reasons rformance sod dependsa .
I as we .re
JPATROI PLANS FOR TRIP skeptical. mometer In the aquarium and one I 'l hers truck wdth the deli.ere.They ...nC econ
By Bob Spear I in the room which Is decorated, that ford Truck. coat aDd condn"csabiliq
irlC 10
jThe committee and officers of with gladioli and amarylis. low eo au
fte Homestead Safety Patrol held. H. III S. Band Plays Mrs. Edwards and the grade oral that stn rasa aad tow maintenance srutf

at important meeting April 14, at For Sunrise ServiceBy mother of her room gave the With low Trucks tbc1lc1 .'bet bt1 tar oft Dt.in
which plans were discussed for children an Easter party in her ford tore Trucks ore as po' adol to tbeit
the trip to Washington. Mr. Coker Frances Rutland I room last Thursday. Favors, fruit It's ao wonder VrOadwallyo And p job. Set lout
Bd Dr. Elliott are doing all they I The Homestead High School juices and cookies were served. Street a" 00 U1 thelO 0 .wi
can to make it possible for the band played the accompanimentfor There Is a flower border around! tau ce .
boys to make the trip,and we wish the hymns sung at the Easter the room. foorrdd coday.fORD
them all possible success In their I sunrise service held in the municipal Miss Ray's room was given an I
undertaking. May, you know, Is, park Sunday momin,. Easter egg hunt at Mrs. Rives' TRtJC1S
At far off-and that Is when the The trumpets played a fanfare at home last Thursday afternoon. I
toys want logo.i I' the opening of the service, just as ? The children of Mrs. Thurman'sl
' the SUM came op over the horizon. room were given a treat from their IC1AI. CAtS
, WORK FOR CONCERT I A combination of members front I 1 grade mothers last Thursday. Each) AMa
'
I i By Frances Rutland the Homestead and Redland child received an Easter basket
The band and glee clubs are I school bands played a hl'h'j'I with candy eggs In it. SsgSSferNEESE
working hard hi preparation for number; "Fenlandia.' Mrs. Hood and the grade moth-

the coming concert on April" 21.I I .......................................................................... I I nAttotOo
Any member of the band selling
i ten tickets to the concert will receive !
one point on the achievement -I a
chart At the end of the
;year, members having the required -
number of points will be awarded :
letters, pins, stripes, and other : 9r
recognition of their service.

,its
f JUNIOR HIGH NEWS .
By Aida Connor
,Different sections of Mrs. Hmd-
IIIn', home economics classes
at* making Icebox cookies. Yes- I O :
today they made and rolled the The
cookies and today they are supposed stuff
to cook them.
In the study of squares and rec- l
L files, Miss Behrens is thorough-
tf teaching her math classs of the HOMES are madeot. !
seventh grade how to find odd "
ttlumes of different rectangles. :
t Not very long ago Mrs. Gee
"night her classes how to make
teilkeepers, which are made of Homes start with the wisp of a i
foe of tinfoil and also how
quality
wish and quickly by of
fa make picture frames of glue grow way
Wxture and sand hopes and plans, facts and firures' :-
it Each student is still hopefully ,
Audying writing and learning for : into the practical stage.

Aw speech contest. The three
asst speakers from each grade willpeak That's where we come in!
at the school's next assemHT. -
The best speakers from each Well guide 'your home Ideas t i
s
Made will be awarded a medal. n-ty
J Manners of all kinds in "FIy- along practical lines . tell you

tog the Prlntw.," Is the subject oftngnsh how you can use your "rentmoney"
for the seventh at present.
to build modern small
a
This study will Include the studyand
use of manners in public home on the FHA Plan . advise *
social party show, and on
si
any about materials
new .
you
fce, streets of any town or city.Posy

are also In being Introductions.taught the Otrf Idea* and advice are free. !

jorrect r methods i call Us no-beCore" you're i
......' .... 4I
I "So ttf wIld that' little home

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Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 18. 19;

riboflavin In it than 'I'aln-"Wllte, i'!ditent of kitchen petit, sprinkle Keroaene-pyrethrum spray-will k
,flour contain tedium fluoride around window I the ant It actually hit*.
VUT is
Standard for the vitamin and I till, drainboards, foundations, and Sodium fluoride powder ia al
,mineral that must be Included In I'other places where the ants crawl, I the beat all-round remedy for coc
"rnrlchedt10ur have teen recommended -!,' but not where It will interfere!roaches. Because cockroaches hi,
by the committee on'I with housekeeping operations. III j during the day and rome out
I hoods and nutrition of the Na-|' this drives the ants away, it la a i night spread the powder arms
WfI'HOIIT Aa tional Research Council-which It I:, cheap and easy way to control ;(,with a dUller or small bellowsthe
a cooperative organization of the!l them. But it it poisonous to man i evening Put it back of she],
f scientific men of this country This and should belied carefully, kept ing drainboards, and Into hidlrplacet.
'committee ha been working- an I' away from food and from children Leave it there for two ,
a fi+t advisory capacity to the administrator -,and pets. I three d.,.. Repeat the applic,
I of health and welfare In the I The Ideal way to kill ant,. of lion after a week or two. Two ,
Home and Garden 'National Defense Program. course la to find the colony where three thorough dusting usual
Merge in If you want to make your own the queen and the young ants are will be enough. Kerosene-pyreti
"enriched" bread, buy "enriched" and destroy It. But when the colony rum spray will kill all the cost
Modern I flour and use It. And, if you UK can not be found, try sodium roaches that it hit*. But tint
ti y II I milk a* the liquid, this adds calcium fluoride powder first. If that does roaches are fast on their feet,
and rlbo-flavin. Or, use I not work, Itll be necessary to resort must sprayed Into their hidlr
Americane
I I whole-wheat flour made from to poison bait mad up to
zs 4 flour U not being "enriched", But : suit the taste preference of the READ THE WANTAD'Turnerts

Style I whole-wheat flour mad from ant*. i'' I.. i i i .'
good, sound wheat already exceed Meanwhile, until these remedies
i iu the minimum standard for at least' take effect keep ante off tables, Funeral Home
.k two of the three required substance refrigerator, and other movable
that being included In the It.... AMBVLAVCE SERVICE
C e* are furniture by wrapping poison tapes [
new "enriched white flour Sine around furniture leg, or by setting Lady Attendant
all the nutrient of the wheat ire the furniture legs In shallow Phone 5M-R Homestead, Fla
612r. retained In the whole-wheat flour dune containing a little kerosene
after milling, there it no reason
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yS- ACTION: AGAIN a r INSECTS
A "'Mn'th. home-maker finds herself -
I playing unwilling hostess to
Typical Example of i many hungry Insects the quickershe FOR SALE
Accepted Garden ;lyk, s iI I does something about It the
better Many large families are
I the rule with Insect
The accepteo style of small home door living room." This private
garden design developed during garden should always be icreenedwith In waging war on the Insect
the las decade, like mOlt American fence, hedge or shrubbery DOT- I that come into the kitchen, there I Fi\'t -Ire Persian lime grove
Ideas, U useful and practical ai der to provide privacy for the family 'are two anti-Insect preparation
point well of 11 viewII sound, from the artistic and background for the garden :that will be helpful over and over I on Krome Ate., two miles north of t
picture It may b* Improved In i again One It poisonous sodium
might be described ai a method any fashion, formal or Informal,
of equipping for family we and depending on size, surroundings and I fluoride powder Another 1s one Homestead bank corner. Trees five i
enjoyment the whole area of tile the tail of the owner. of the kerosene-pyrethrum sprays
home froundi It create an out The manner In which a vegetableplot ,common on the market years old. Ideal site for suburban t
door department of till home, may be worked into the general For ants one of the most per- t
When the house li planned lit design it Uluitrated Her home. Will sacrifice for cash. Inquire -
layout It considered with reference leaf vegetable for the bowl salad, SUBMIT BILLS BY MAT 1* I d
to the yard, especially the backyard green and carrot for the children,
where the private garden and other table varieties of t quality All those having bill or .e-i ofMRS. a
naturally mult be made A terrace Impossible to obtain in the markets count against the Redland District 1
ia often provided overlooking this may be grown, in surprising Chamber of Commerce are hereby' 1r
garden, communicating directly quantity Decorative planting of notified that all outstanding bill!
with the living room. This garden Bower are made in the border
and
entrant to the home It quite In .surrounding lawn. accounts must be presented!I M. A. BERGER :
contrast to the old.fnhloned kitchen While the perfect relationship between In writing not later than May 18,, .
door, from which one entered the indoor and outdoor living 1MI. otherwise they will not ,
back yard to hang up clothes: to room it not always possible in old l given serious consideration beI j' N. Krome Ave. and 10th St. Homestead, Fla.
the private garden become I center houses, the new ideal may be carried j EOW STIL1NG, President.1' jr
for the family outdoor life out with tome adjustment :1
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The layout shown to the llluitrItoa *- They have)demonstrated their value I ;u.1) I j
(APr. It, 23 2 B i
It a good example of the accepted la making horn life more enjoyable Hay ,
American style. Infinite for two-thlrdi of each -I I
variation of it are possible, but even la the cold weather states, and;;
all should provide the direct rela- they put to me costly land which
hof between the living apart- formerly contributed little to the) :
Iaen th* bout*, and the "out. pleasures of horn lit*. I

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Hints toHousewives bread may want to know a few : -
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I bade tacit about the new "en' ... -' ,. .UseRedland 4
riched" flour before they buy their j
next tack
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Nutritionally, the "enriched'
!flour differ from plain white flour I .
t+t++ttttttttttttt 1|in it* content of thiamin chloride I II'
'(vitamin B-1) nicotine acid (pelIISgrapreventlve Brand
JENRICHED" FLOUR 1!I I' factor), and Iron.
Whit flour and white bread are To be labeled "enriched', the flour "
gradually coming to market now;has to come up to certain minimum '
In a new' "enriched" form--that standards for these three Important -
I la, with I a higher mineral and vitamin food valuet It may also have
content than ordinary white i'greater amount of calcium and I
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11 Friday April ia 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pae Seven!


J Bush spent the Easter week-end j!,jtivea! in Ton Myer They will hoff who have spent the winter .

r with Miss Alta Webster of Homestead -''[remlin here about a week longer in Homestead, left Friday for I \ IHiahlilowD

at Agnes Scott College in ,[before returning to their home In N. J.

tt. In and Around Decatur, Ga. ; Hanover. .- .
b. '" I' }ol; and Mr. Curtis E. Lee entertained '1
Mr. and Mrs. Lee: H.Lehman left 1 Mr*. Thelma UcCarrah underwent this week Mr. and Mrs. I 1

Apr. 10 to spend five weeks visiting l, a major operation In the Thurman Conner of Coral Cable

E Homestead relatives In Dixon, III. I James Archer Smith Hospital yes and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Scott of )

terday. Charlotte, N. C., and Miami.

Mr and Mrs. W. A. J, Kopp ,
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M' will return the middle of next week I Mr*. Virginia Edward spent the! Roland M.'di Stanley Jen-

0- '. I from a visit In New Jersey made I Easier holidays at Winter Park ner of the U. S. Marine stationed
of Redland IaaM' Decatur, Ga. On their return I
A. Kopp
Wm. : after they attended the graduation with her son and daughter-in-law at Quantico, Va.. ..rrITuft-
..eUIct with home they will visit In Macon with
been oiled Into of their son. Jack, from Webb Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Edwarda.. day night to visit relatives in
b the naval reserve and will go to another son-in-law and daughter, I '
Institute of Naval Architecture.Mrs. Homestead.
to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Posey.Mrs.ChaiPike .
Opa-Locka today preparatory ; I
: Miss Jane Gatlin. a student at;
<0e leaving with a contingent of ream -I f Walter F. Friend, houseguest Wesleyan College In Macon, will Mill Jewel Turner who has beenan
Jacksonville, where he' of Lexington arrived
It '1st* for I of Mrs. Chas. W. Camp for attend a house party this weekend appendectomy patient at the
Tuesday to visit her brother-
Y will be stationed. the past three months, left for her: In Atlanta given by Miss James Archer Smith Hospital was
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
home In Winslow Arix, Friday.I Mary Louise Davis who recently returned to her home yesterday.
Homestead and Geo. H. Fitzpatrick, for several
S Jack Krome of week here with! Miss CatUn.
Mr. and Mrs. Friend have purchased spent a -
_ Joe Detwyler of Chicago, student months. the property west of Mrs.Camp's . Mr and Mr*. Joe Hewitt of Atlanta -
at Princeton University, visited home and haJUn the! visited for several day with,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Batchellorleft
here with Mr. Krome'i mother work of scarifying and Mrs. Georgia Faithful has gone Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Anderson In
J. Krome. from, Tuesday Wednesday for their home In '
Mrs.-W. in of to spend the summer with her N'arsnja.Mr .
preparation making
On their return Akron. O, after a visit with Mn.Batchetlor' .
until Saturday. Plantin'l '
1 I permanent home In a few 'daughter, Mrs. Edward M. Jones,
they were accompanied as far as brother-in-law and
:In New Orleans
Mrs. Krome who sister Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edwards. I. C. Rankin and Miu Laura
Charleston by I Mr-w:: :
I Mr. and E. Rheney had Ewing who have been spendingthe
will visit in that city. I Mrs. M. A. Berger and daughter, as guest over the Easter weekend -I I Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Fleming'planto winter with Miss Ewln,'. sis
Mrs. Mrs leave for the summer on Wed
Rheney't mother. ter-in-law Mr H. H. Ewing left
i Chas. Ivlns who has just Margaret, will leave Saturday for
Major W. P. Parker of Jacksonville her nesday. Their first stop will be
Wednesday for their home in Topeka *
vetumed from Hawaii Is visiting! New Orleans where Miss Bergerwill
brother, W. P. Parker of Savannah in Palmetto. Kan.
Col. and Mrs. Ralph Kingman at' pitch for. a diamond ball
and her sister, Mrs. W. L. 1
their home on Kingman road. Major team. I Shackleford of West Palm Beach. Miss Mary Grace English, a student -
has lime on Silver: Mrs. Harry Tuckerman of Coconut -
) Ivlns a grove Ward-Belmont
Mrs. Shackleford remained until at College In
Palm drive. I Mrs. Adrian Jacobs went to HeMonday i Grove Is a home guest of Mrs.
Nashville, ia spending the spring
yesterday.
ivana with Mr. and Mrs. C S. Allen.

Mrs. Chas. T. Harper and her I|John Gouldman, Jr. of Freder- I I Miss Rachel Baird and Thomas I(I holiday with -her parent I

daughter Miss Cecelia, home from I| icksburg.Va. who had been her Misa Iva Dyal and her classmate .
Baird of Miami the week-
spent Faylor >left this week for,
the Florida State College for Women house guest She returned Thurs this! at Stetson University. Miss
end with Mr. and Mrs. J, M summer home in Suffi ld, O.
for the Easter holidays spent day. I Marion Burger, tine returned to
Holferty In South Allapattah Car Mrs. Faylor. like Mr. Fay lor. spent
Fort Lauderdale. the week
Saturday in DeLand after spending
Mrs. H. K. Foulk and Mill Doro- dens. ,the winter here, and she will remain I (Continued on Page Twelve)

Mrs. Stanley WiUttop underwent thy Phillips of Toronto, Canada,I a month longer with her parents -
Mr. and Mr*. D. P. Blake of Mr. and Mr*. O. A. Hatnlln.
here attended
who is abridge
In the James visiting
a major operation
Archer Smith Hospital Saturday. luncheon given by Mrs. J. South Allapattah Garden attend-I Mr. Hainlm Is at present a patientin DR. M. A. BERGER
ed the Presbytery of the Kendall
W. Weston in Miami Tuesday. the hospital where his
terian Church in condition i* reported to be much
Thomas Johnstone who has been Tuesday until Thursday, and they improved. I DentistOffice
Mrs. John B. Scott of I
recuperating from arthritis at the Mr. and : are now visiting relatives In Tam-
home of his brother. Dr. J. E. Charlotte, N. C. and Miami visited
until with pa. Mr*. Bert Colbum and her son, Hours 8:30-4:30,
Johnston, pastor of the Homestead from Friday Tuesday I I
John, left today for Swainiboro,
Baptist Church suffered their son and daughter-in-law Mr. Mr and Mr J. A. Pollard and '
Erenlaa by AapolnUwnsFirst
I Ca, for the summer. Mr. Col- Open :
Scott in
hemmorhages from a stomach ulcer and Mrs. J. Lawrence ,
daughter Yvonne, and Mr. and
and was taken to James Archer Redland. Mrs. Alda Phillips of I Mrs. Adrian Jacobs and son Billy, burn will join them In two weeks I' National Bank i

Smith Hospital early Thursday to Llncolnton, N. C. arrived Mondayto will spend the week-end at Pigeon
I Mr. and )In. Elmer Cannon and
undergo a week's treatment there. visit Mr. and Mrs. Scott. Key. Building
Mrs. Cannon' mother, Mr*. Evan-
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The Rev. J. A. Ricks, pastor of John and Ed Hickjon and Ben "Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Wynn

the Homestead Presbyterian I I Shaffer, a classmate at Alabama and son Brian, and Mr. and Mr.
Church returned last night from\,Polytechnic Institute, have re- C R. Lee Jr.. attended Easter
'y-I'; attendance at the "Presbytery In turned to Auburn after spendingthe sunrise service at Bok Tower in $

Ciearwater. I Easter vacation with Mr. and Lake Wales. ,300,000
Mrs. J. R. Hickson In Naranja. -
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Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hardin, who Mr. and Hickson of

pent the winter In Homestead with Miss Nina Pearl Bush of Hanover, N. H. who are visitingMr. r for Telephone Expansion

their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. stead, a student at Florida HOlM-I I Hickson'f parents. Mr. and ,

and Mrs. J. G. Wynn, left Wednesday College for Women, and Miss Mr*. J. L. Hickson. will return today -

I night for their home In [Bragg of Miami,, roommate from a short visit with rela. / Neely ,JDOOOO was he spent this rest ta

I //Sends by $etham tall fer __..... ns..e..cties -

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1I1IJTI I HIM 14,900 will k. lead ta *!...4a.

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Pontiac I. bigger and finer than the tan afford a Pontiac "Torpedo" ,

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J yo. real.M that Pontiac prices are Ux optimal tq tfrmt ttttaoritt-
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I . . Social Events in South Dade . :





I MRS. LARRY H. HOLT IS'GIVEN BRIDAL LEON' DANE' HONOREDAT : I MRS. :M. F. WHITE IS AGAIN ELECTED

SHOWER AT HOME OF MRS. HEMMINGS I Leon FAREWELL Dan who DINNER has pent the I PRESIDENT OF HOMESTEAD P. T. A.

-- winter In Homestead wa honored

I M.... Tom Chapman Mrs. / S. with a farewell spaghetti dinner the association I i
Mrs. terry H. Holt wa given Mr*. M. r. WhIte was tary school room by
miscellaneous shower Monday afternoon !Holland, Mr*. M. B. Parker. Mn. Monday night given by Miss Lillian -'' moualy! reelected president un.nl-I) were spread on a desk for the !
'E. L. Button Mn. W. H. Owen, SwIIley and Miss Ellen Vannat Homestead Parent-Teacher association members to see and ;
It the horn of Mr: Alex I'Mn. W. L. Sutton, Mr*. P. T. Sutton Miss Swllley' home. Mr. Dane clation at a meeting held Ano-// Mrs. Wynn expressed the achool't I
Hemming in Gould by tin. Hem- II.... R. T .Mitchell, Jr, M.... will leave this week for hit home I school auditorium Wednesday af'appreciation for the gift. :
mlng. M.... Clark Roberta and Maud E. Chandler, Mn. H. P. Cox, In Plant City. I ternoon. Mn. B. M Hindtnan announcedthat '
Mr*. W. M. Crow M.... Holt ii I Mn. L W Cox, M.... Hugo Vihlen, Chinese checker were played Mr Green Rive wu made her eleventh grad home economics I
the former Mba Mildred Cox Mine Jeannette and Irene Cox after supper. girl will entertain the as !
tint vlce-pretident; Mrs. Jack
whose marriage on Oct. 28 was :and MU Merle Holland. Coven were laid for: Miss Mary- sociation' executive board on j
recently announced. Gift wen received from: M.... belle Gibbs, Min Elizabeth MeIlwaln Jane Polk Nesbltt second vlce-pretident; Mn. May 7.Attendance.
and Mn.
secretary;
Recipe were written In the Walter Talbott, Mn. E. R. Hawkei Mia Alta Vann Myron award were won by
bride' cook book. Mn. Bessie Eaion, Mn. Curtis E. Grermell, Roy Nelson, George Ko Geo. N. Wakefield, treasurer Mia Jackson' room in the elementary I
After the gifts were opened and Lee. Mr*. Altln Register M.... Max conies, Orvil Irwin, Will Webb, C. B. Blackburn, program chairman school and the eleventh
admired a salad court and punch! Register Mn. Mullins. Mr. C C Mr. Dane and the hostesses. presented a musical programof grade room in high school. I
were served by the hotteue I Lloyd M.... Brown Phillip, Mn. elementary school: numben: t
The guests Included: Mn. M. E.Abercromble A. Tripp, Mn Carl Frederick, CLUBS TO HOLD JOINT two long by a fifth and ,brthar.d. PRESBYTEIIIV AUXILIARY
Mn. M. Monroe WIN I I Illam. Mrt. Raymond Glidden Mn. Ernest INSTALLATION: DINNERAt chorus; two musical "read- PLANS' RUMMAGE SALE
.. Mrt. Stuart Hall Mr. Campbell and Miss Wanlta Tal- Ings "The Tired Old Hon* and"Little
D.I, a joint installation ceremonyIn Wooden Willieby Jackie A rummage sale to be held in I
E. Baihor Mrs. Wayne bott. the Folllard restaurant this Polk; and two numbers by the Gould Saturday was planned at *
I evening Mn. Sidney L, Weln- elementary school band. Ruth meeting of the Woman1 Auxiliary
EASTER EGG HUNT IS GIVEN AT HOME traub, president of the Dad County Byrum wa announcer. of the Homestead Presbyterian !
I Federation of Women' : Church at the home of Mn. C.
I A child .specialist dentist and
RALPH KINGMANAbout
OF COL AND MRS.
will Install the officers of ClUb":1 nurses will be lent to Homestead Ben Plummet on Apr. 10. Thetale
be held In the Blake-
Woman' Club of will
In".lay by the country health unit
and Elizabeth Ann Ge Mn. M. B. McDonald state chairman Holferty packing house in Gould
sixty people attended the present; I- to give without charge a complete
Easter egg hunt given for the SLJalln' I sler, 14-month-old daughter of Mr I of junior women' clubs, will physical examination to children of Plan for the annual birthday
Install the officers of the Junior party of the auxiliary were discussed
and Mrs. Martin Gessler, received pre-achool: age If the unit 1* assured -
Episcopal Sunday School a doll dressed a* a rabbit for being Woman' Club of Homestead.MR. that a* many a* ii children and the budget for the
Monday afternoon at the home of the youngest girl presentIn I :. will be brought for the examination year wa adopted.It .
CoL and Mrs. Ralph Kingman on : the older division 'of the : AND' :MRS. RHEXET: Mn. J. G. Wynn announced. was announced that the next
Kingman road. I Sunday school: Elsie Sprlngfel received :ENTERTAIN: BRIDGE CLUB "Th* 25 name will be neededby meeting will be held at the homeof
The group met at the church and I chocolate rabbit for findIng Mn. Frank Webb and J. R. Monday". the aald. "They Mr. R. C. Jackson on Apr. 24.
led by the Rev and Mn. R. F. the golden egg and Julia Ann I Brook were high score prize winners may be handed cither to Mn. Present at the meeting were:
Blackford went in I motorradelthat Lee and Ernest Jenner received at a meeting of the Thursday White, or to me. Mn. A. F. Darling Mn. Geo. M.
wound about and In and out i chocolate rabbit for finding the ,Night Bridge Club Wednesday at "It la especially important to Prick Mn. Paul Haley Mn. Frank
before it reached its surprise des most eggs. :the home of Mr. and Mn. R. E. have those who will enroll In G. Hathaway, Mr. R. N. Herman
tination. I Ice cream and orange Juice were Rheney. September examined at this time Mr*. T. L. Hodges, Mn. J. M.
Mrs. J. W. irwin, Mr*.
Prize winners In the younger served. I Present were: Mr. and Mrs. T. J. so that any possible defect can be Holferty
group of the Sunday school department t Adults who assisted by taking Faust Mr. and Mn. Julian H. Web- corrected before the child starts A. A. Payne, Mn. J. A. Rick. Mrs.
were: Mass Robert who received I I the children to the party were: :ster, Mr. and Mn. Geo. N. Wake- to school However, the ethic b Frank Robinson, Mn. Joel J. Robinson -
a golden doU rabbit for! Mr. and Mn. Blackford Mrs. Richard Mr Geo. D. Roehle, Mrs.
I field Mr. and Mn. W. R. Bird Mr. given for an children between the
finding the golden Joyce I Huff Mrs. C H. Denby Mn. Ovid Sullivan, Mrt R. E! Trotter
egg; land Mn. Bevo Webb, Mr. and Mn age of six month and tcnool tge
Rhode and Inns Nell Roman who'l Bertha Denby. Mr*. Lee Fennell, 'Frank Webb Mr. and Mn. Brook Thi la not a charity clinic. It Mn. N. Van OeWren and Mn.
received basket ol candy for Mr. Gear N. Wakefield, 101.... EC* Plummer.
eggs ; Mn. W. L. Shackleford of West I It regular part of the work of
finding the most eggs; and John el. Mn. Alfred Beck Mn. G. E. Palm Beach and Mr. and Mr. I the health unit this association as
Denby who received candy egg'l Roman Mn. W. L. Shackleford Rheney. well at other organizations in the Rummage sale of Woman'1
for being the boy that' found the Mn. W. E. Rheneyv Mn. I I I district worked *o hard to get for Auxiliary of St. John' Episcopal
molt egg Nichols Denby, seven I Walton Mn. Martin NEIGHBORHOOD CIRCLE our county." I church in Loaner building Sat
month-old ion of Dr. and Mn.IVirginia'[ Haas, Miss Mlt Vlrllnl'l I MEETS M1T1I MRS. DAVIS I Some of the book bought with urday Apr. 19 beginningat 10a.

C. H. Denby, received a woolen ,son, Mist Jewel Fennell I Mn. Sam J. Davit entertainedthe ,money recently the elemen-' m. -Adv.
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Redland Neighborhood Circle
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at her. W.horn E. Gaby Wednesday played afternoon.Mn. I piano. I! !? I tt'li1tirA" T t.I'
P. CARMICHAEL CELEBRATES HIS 90TH .
I III solo, Mn. Davis played a violin .g.t lot''
ANNIVERSARY AT REUNION IN GEORGIAOt' solo with piano accompanimentsby I f/0 1I
Mn. Gaby Mrs. Ceo. Wright IiI.! "A ,'UI.JT4tt
gave a reading ,and Mn. J. Lawrence -I'
T. Carmichael who spent thseason e Nina Brandenburg of South MiamI Scott conducted the devotional '..1
her with his daughter,, and Mrs. Free who left Monday *.
Mn. J. U Free and his son-in-law, to take Mr. Carmichael back Mn. J. A. Rotherham and Mia !
I and daughter Mf. and )In. R. E. to Tlfton for the celebration plan Eva Rotherham also were present. DIXIE DRUGJACK
Scott celebrated hit ninetieth,I to visit relatives and friend in The next meeting will be held i I
birthday yesterday; at a family reunion -,i Griffin.' Atlanta and other point May 5 at the home of Mr WrightB. POLK HOWARD JOHNSON
at his home In Tlfton, Ga. !In Georgia and to return Isy way
I Homestead. Fla Phone 3t and tll
Mn. Scott her daughter, Mrt lot Birmingham on Apr. 28. I II P1.' W. C. miX HOLD

LUNCHEON MEETING MONDAY YI The his values during this sale are ..allalein, history. Every
w. S. c .v CIRCLES HOLD I ducted by Mr*. Dan Williams, Mn. Important basinet I* scheduled: item listed ia exactly as represented too, or your money back.'That's .
THEIR APRIL MEETINGS ,H. IV Brown, 7 1.... Geo. Ramon I for consideration at the luncheon the Rexall way. Our advice is be here early. Everyone
Plan for music tea to be and Mr*. J. E. Davl I I meeting of the Homestead B. P. wants these values.
given during music week at the Pineapple salad angel food W. C. at Tapawingo Inn Monday.man .
horn of Mr Julian H. Webster I and coffee were served. C'k'j JWJNt (JJ/lQtiit 'Haw/J
Were discussed at a meeting of the Present besides those mentioned: MVs. U
., Mr*. Ivan Moser. C
I : Mrs. A. S. Mo,.. Mrs. N. B. SODIUM I
were
Bell Bennett Circle of the Wo Dodd Mrs. Richard, Mill Marybell Fop washing dishes,
man's Society of Christian Service I I Ball, Mrs. S. J:;. Livingston Mn.C Gibb, Miss Mary McNelll. PI RIO R A 1 E auto;, spring rI.an-
A. William. Mn. Mollie Win- 1"1.
of the Homestead Methodist
Mine. Antoinette and Helen Moye
More pleasant
to UMbecause
I gate Mn. M. S. Engl of Clearwater -
Church Wednesday afternoon
tt Household
and the hostess. it's flavored. $1".01 .
the hone of Mn. Webster. and Mrs. J. Parham of Fremont +t.. More than many

Mr*. J.J. Richard conducted the 1 f Miss. .a..a.ss.rr othen give you too. GLOVES
Mrt. J. J. Richard conductedBible Furriest refined 39 C
Bible) itudy.Present .
quality SIUStTOIO
study on the book of Mark s.s.J
were: Mn. H. L. Brandenburg of the Outlook Circle 4 39*
meeting
Mrs. H. M.: Gibbs. Mn 1,Fat Tuesday a evening at the home of tf ,Sis I .1aI

E.: S. Caplinger Mr. Vlvan Booth 1 1Mra. Mr*. Dav William I
C. D. Esker, Mr, *. Selm Helta, Present were: Mrs. B. M. Hmd-' I WOUND end
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Mr Webster. 10 Err
I Mn. Richard.and I P01ISIfIDGOGGLES
:the Marian FleiUs circle which .
I met at the horn of Mrs. J. D. Wt ,-
wan Tuesday honored Mr. Wy-' GLASSES :>
moves sister, Mrs. F O. Dart of, KaRRAi Wear goggles' that sire scientifically
who I* visiting her*. I Pleasant! to takeeffeethr -* ground and polished
Mai.oi: Anderson led the de- i *: Bulk.lubriin the same mmmef as your
I M4 mild regular *. No harmful
IN" tnt last -
IrottoMusY Bible study vat con-i fctiwithw frte5 five distortion of ordinary lenses,,
/ kaotarUs Method r* Coot 1001. We have all style and type'
pomjortoblal 9f sot
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Friday, April 18,.19J1 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Nine.... ;

AGNES SCOTT CLASS ELECTS WOMAN'S CLUB OF REDLANDS CHOOSES '

i ALTA WEBSTER SECRETARY MRS. SEYMOUR DANE FOR PRESIDENT ;.
AliM.Alta Webster of Homestead I

Social Evens -I:was elected secretary of her class I Mrs. Seymour Dane was elected :responding;: secretary; and Mn. E. i
I at Agnes Scott College this week I A. Carter treasurer.
Club of
In the annual student elections to president of the Woman Mn. Stewart presided. The I II

ChOOM campus leader for the coming the Redlands at a meeting Tuesday I I other present at the meetingwere

session.A afternoon In the clubhouM. Mn. : Mrs. W. D. Mahan, Mrs
at Agnes Scott, Miss '
Junior Ceo. W. it elected Waldln Mn. Ceo. W. Turner
Turner was a A. ,
MRS. E. H. COLLIER ELECTED TO SERVEAS Webster Is outstanding on the tint vice-president Mrs. H. J. I' Mn. Geo. W. Turner, Jr, Mrs.

I PRESIDENT OF MONDAY MUSIC CLUB II clubs.campus In athletic and language Armstrong, second vice-president; I Stillman. Mn Carter. Mrs. Dane

Mrs. Frank W SUUman, recording' Mrs. Armstrong. Mrs. Stewart
secretary; Mn. Clni Stewart, cor* and Miss Estate Turner. ,
Mrs. E. H. Collier was elected dard; and Miss Mary Grace English The Calendar

president of the Monday Music played two piano solos 'In-
Club at the annual meeting held vitation the Dance" by Carl' Apr. IS-a H. S. senior play In MRS. GEO. H. FITZPATRICK SELECTS
i
this week at the borne of Mrs. Maria VonWeber and "Dumerque"by Neva King Cooper auditorium at CHAIRMEN FOR ANNUAL SPRING DANCE
Julian H. Webster. She will sue- Rachmaninoff. Mrs. J:. H. Gal- I p. rn.Apr. .
reed Mrs. J. D. Redd whe has laher gave a talk on "Psychologic' IS-Woman's Club bridge
T.
Mrs.
Mrs. Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick, general dine Reitz; refreshments
al Aspects of Music." Current party in clubhouse at S o'clock.
served for two yean. events were given by Mn. Geo.'I Apr. IS-Work meeting of chairman of the annual springdance J. Walker; and posters Mn. Augustus

Other officer elected wen: M. Frick and Mrs. Hausman. 1 Homestead Home DemorBtratioa' which the Junior Woman's Wynn.
Mrs. Webster first vice-president; 'club 'SO A. clubhouse.) Members will volunteer to assistin
at : In F. F
Mn. Webster and Mn. Lloyd Club of Homestead win give in the
Mn Frank Hausman. second vice- I decorating.
Apr. IS-Work meeting of Red-
Delta, the hostesses, served a refreshment
president; Mrs. A. M. Logan recording land Home Demonstration dub in Chamber of Commerce building on The doers of the building will
course.Present
secretary; Mn. W. E. Redland Community: Church. Apr. :31 announced her chairmen open at 9 M e'cUck, and the music
at the meeting were:
corresponding secretary; at meeting of the executive furnished by Preston Marshall and
Rheney Mrs. Lonnie L. Hood, Mn. J. R.Rutland I Apr. la-All-d.y meeting of a
M.... J. Tom Vann, treasurer; MnE. Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson, Homestead Art Club at Nsrsnjs board Monday night in the club his Florida rwlngiters. a seven-
H. Gallaher historian; Mrs. C. Mn. T. J. Faust, Mrs Carl Wagner rock pit at 8 a. m. with business house. They are: music, Mrs. Herbert piece orchestra, will begin at 10
H. Steffanl parliamentarian; Mn. Mn. C. Haflrr Rice Mn. meeting after pot-luck luncheon) Turner; tickets, Miss Geral- o'clock.
J. E. Elder music critic; and Mn.
Frank Webb, Mn. Bevo Webb I Apr. IS-Meeting of Ad Astra
W. B. Mills, chorus ensemble di Chapter of O. E. S. at 8 o'clock in
Mn. B. E. Gatlin, Mn. W. R. Bird
rector. Mn. Wm. Musselwhite. Mrs. C. A. I. O. O. F. hall I
Mn. S. L. West, Mn. Lee H. Gray Mn. Sam J. Davis, Mrs. I Apr. 1 -Spaghetti dinner at

Lehman and Mn. J. R. Rutland H. K. Foulk Mrs. G. L Gault, Mn.Chat. ,Homestead Methodist Church,
were placed on the program com- Clinton, Mn. Roy Chandler both noon and night
mtt... Mn. Gallaher Mn. Logan, Mn. I May 20-Meeting of Woman's It PAYS to Paintand

Mn. W. E. Gaby played a piano Mills, Mn. Vann Mrs. Steffanl) I Club of the Redlanda.I .
solo. "Vals" by G. Bachman; Mn. Mn. Johnson, Mrs. Brandenburg, I Apr. %Luncheon meeting of,

Lewis Brandenburg sang "WhoIs I Mn. Frick, ...-.. Hausman, Mn. Homestead B. P. W C. at 12 you get a better paint
.
Sylvia by Franz Schubertand Elder, M... Gaby Mn. West, Miss clock. 0'-1
"Voices of the Woods" by I Dorothy Phillips of Toronto, Apr. 21-Joint Installation fob for with
Homestead Woman's your money
Rubinstein; Mn. Howard Johnson -I Canada, Mill English Mn. Dell ner of
played a piano solo by God- and Mn. Webster. and Junior. Woman's Club at FolUard's. -! DAVIS of BALTIMORE paint!

Apr. 21-Meeting of Garden r
EPISCOPAL WOMAN'S AUXILIARY GIVES Club at home of Mn. R. J. Shep-
I I Tin e*r ft art 24 hours a day, SO day a year the
herd in Florida City.
RECEPTION FOR CAPT. R. F. BLACKFORD
Apr. 21-Meeting of Y. W. A. WEATHER hunches attack after attack oa you home!

with Miss Dora Scott. Heat cold-Sun-rsia-taoitoire->-climatic changes

An Informatlon was held rens Mn. W. W. Bethea. Mn. Apr. 23-Work meeting of -11 cause d.m'ae-ai..a yon PROTECT with good
Monday evening at the home of Ben Bitting Mn. Russell Hamms, Princeton Home Demonstration
Mn. Ruth L. Scott In Ponce de Mn. A. W. McVicker, Mn. R. L. Club at home of Mn. Olin Ed- paint! DAVIS of BALTIMORE paint is real bargain

Leon In honor of the Rev, R. F. Scott, Mrs. Ray Schnieder, Mrs.R. wards. paint because h gives complete protecooa and less

Blackford, captain in the army L. Hobson, Mn. Edwards, Mn. Apr. 24-Meeting of Presbyterian life -at well ai beaaryt
reserves, who left Tuesday to serve Peterson and Miss Coldren. Auxiliary with )!no R.

for a year as chaplain at Lawson Jackson.
General Hospital at Camp Gordon Apr. 24-Meeting of C.I I WOOD...d. rlM lest Kist fratoilUc Jose as SOM as meeletaMHs
Atlanta. Homestead Girl ScoutsBy CUts with Mn. W. B. Caves. break through

The reception was given by the Mary Catherine Sober Apr. Homestead band and I the .dug Bra, .he aopea-
Woman's Auxiliary of St. John's] glee club concert In Neva KingCooper I ssa.d wood mss.edecay.
Episcopal Church of which Cap- School at 8 o'clock. Good paint cons less thaanpaln.
I I
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tain BUckford Is rector. Our annual meeting was held Apr. 23-Meeting ot HomesteadArt I .Q ...... ro pxatyou
About seventy guests attended. at the home of Mn. Frank Skill Club at home of Mrs. Henry boms,a>lr A lo bring
1 1I for our getting together of badge Ruegg at 8 o'clock. II cot the beauty of its arcbilecnirsl -
Apr. 24-Annual spring dance of
PRINCETON CLUB PLANS work. Some of the girls workedon design.
Chamber
I Junior Woman's Club in
flower badge requirements,,
FOR ACHIEVEMENT DAY J
;
I some on community life, and some of Commerce building.
, Miniature brooms from the Apr. 29-Woman's Club of
on crafts, sports games and many
Princeton broom factory will be other things.A Homestead garden party for graduates -
! worn by the Princeton HomeDemonstration picture was taken of the second of H. H. S. I
Club members at afghan we have done with girls Apr. 30-Meeting of UniversityClub
the county achievement day meet- In uniform holding It up. In Neva King Cooper audi- MINT or STAIN, Provost SHINGLES from rettUf.
Ing In Miami on May I, It was torium for Pan-American moving I
Mn
Our cookies are to be at B. '; wait tot shingles to become .
I decided at a meeting Friday at the Skill's home Thursday night and picture program f spongy with deny oe so
home of Miss Jean Coldren in we are asked to come by and get May Meeting of Episcopal I dry they carl or split and sweduiliB
Princeton. The achievement day Auxiliary with Mn. W. J. Clark .
PM T
them as soon as possible. -*- | keeps out*ee
'I meeting will be held In the I. O. Barbara Jean Wakefield wet May Meeting of Redland I ail* and Bakes shiagles laM
O. F. hall at :21S N. W. Fourth hostess. Neighborhood Circle with Mn. away yeas losses than they '
street. Memben who received Oeo. Wrglht. I cdiunly would: whom nopr*. .
! blue ribbons for articles In the MaY'Muale and speech fes- totted Besides, colorful roofs
, annual club exhibit will display LEAGUE: PRIZES AWARDED tlxal for South Dade in Perrine. I
I their articles In the Meeting of HomesteadP.
May
county ex-
Frank Hausman of the YoungPeople's ;.I
hibit. T. A. executlcommittee In
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Service League of St.
I Miss Eunice Grady. county John's Episcopal Church receiveda home economics rooms at 3 p. m. I 1'-

home demonstration agent, showed prize Sunday night for rankin May -R. H. S. junior play,
samples of materials and spoke the "Young April"
examination
tint in an on
of the advantages and disadvantages bishops test which the group had May It-Meeting of Bow Book I A lulldiiig BRICK will absorb I Pound .f Wittr.
of each. Club In library at 8 p. m.
studied during Lent. homes are healthy boom.
An
work for
all-day meeting
making belts and buttonnieres will Margaret Stillman who ranked, iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIUSee I Point your brick bouM and ew'
second and Susanna Brown who
be held Wednesday. Apr. 23, at lice the difference Inside par .
ranked third also received prize's. ... .,
I tfaiUrlr during cold ttmfveatber. r
the home of Mrs. Olin Edwards,
Palm color also gross -i
It was decided. The next regular
business meeting will be held The Senior Class Play. you a chance lo get a aw sadetCerem '1lULJ

May 9 at 1:30 o'clock at the home I styling effect ouaMe. -
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Present were: Mn. Chat. Beh I
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MONTHLY ECONOMY RATES Interiors aid esieriors.Cois :
Family Ticket (used by any er all members .( familyas I END TABLES to and get year copr. t

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Adult Ticket (wed by one specified adalt aa eTteaaa

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Page Ten THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE I

aIIIIII9VIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIlIIlIlIIi; operated with I Fordson tractor,I Sunday a' big celebration was had, .
: but the exact system by which the it being Uncle Nick's TUh birth
water will be distributed has 'not day."
I Rattier been decided a* Mr. Krome wishedto -The winner In the school
1- Redland 11 20 Years Ago'iC111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 experiment with It . ." drawing contest which ended last
-Krome evenue Is being graded week were: Carl Tweedell and
DORA SCOTT and ILA JEAN IRWIN, Editor* and rolled and Commissioner Redd Dorothy Towers In the high

I'' :! assures us that It will be oiled school and Cyrus Jordan and Arietta
I within two or three weeks, ai soon McCullough In the eighth
"Young April" Chosen home, and have taken with them TW '.....1.. turn ... ..... .ew as the oil can be obtained." grade."
Miii Ruthe Hiner, a member of a.c. IrwB raw..e Uw BMmKnlMVfM .. I -"Mr. and Mn. Frank Newlan
born to Mr. and
For Junior Class Play I I I KM.MMM4 k... It. /Hr ,- A son was
I the sophomore class. ... ... ,were presented with I girl by
M Ik *M MOT4 Or*. IT, tub ..11I l t *_ Doctor Stork on Monday. Mother
Tb Junior class hi begun to M4 Ur- I -"Walter B. McBride of Pittsburgh
welL" I
and child are doing
work on its class play, "YoungApril" Junior High Prepares I I I and New York has purchased -
Apr. 7. IMI -"Mr. and Mr*. E. H. Hiner
a sequel to the famous For Speech ContestsAll the grove property on
-"Mr. and Mrs. W O. Bryant, and daughter Gwendolyn, leave
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play, "Crowing Palm" It li alight Krome avenue extension known ai
comedy about truly American . --- I II who are hibernating on the Ta- Saturday for their home In Kalamazoo theWard, place ," ,
family. Tryouts for the various of Redland Junior High miami canal, visited In town Sun- Mich., after spending the i -"Lem Whitehead Is the fatherof
parts were held *U day Thurs-I School students are preparing day." winter with Dr. and Mrs. Smith. a brand new boy, who has been
day and the cast was settled by the speeches on "Patriotism and National -:', -"W. J. Krome has Installed a Of course" they will be back next named Everett," j
seventh period. Defense." The boy and girl 10,000 gallon tank on I part of his year. Homestead i
of the
The Junior expect to present from each ilass who are Judged i grove holdings, the purpose of -"Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prldgen -"The graduates -
of the four
(
this play on May 9. the best speakers will give their, which la to Irrigate about ten acre were visitors in town Friday last, High School past !
I speeches In assembly, along with of young avocado and citrus trees, and Uncle Nick and Mr. and Mrs.J. years, met at the school house on
University PlayersDemonstrate the best speakers from Homestead and also to furnish water for his L. Batchellor accompanied them Monday night to organize an alum- \I
I and Perrine junior high schools. house. The water pump will be back to Miami, the following day. (Continued on Page Eleven)
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Thursday afternoon of lilt week, f
all the students who are interested
In tennis were allowed to attend
a tennis clinic on our courts. This
clinic was sponsored by our coach These Used Car Bargains
to help the students Improve their
game of tennis and also to arouse
interest in this tport.
Two freshmen on the Miami
University tennis team demonstrated Mean '

two. sets of tennis, while .
another member of this team explained -
the various plays to the



students.Junior Afternoon Class Spends at Beach!i MONEY IN THE BANK!,



The junior class of Redland had
I beach party, Friday afternoon,1I
April 11. Students met at the I
School and went In !Mr Bashor'f GUARANTEED TO BE
truck to Surfside There they I
enjoyed swimming, dancing and a PRICED BELOW THE MARKET
picnic supper. After supper they ,, .
went Into Miami where everyone
went to a moving picture show.

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tenth grade class had an
Easter party Friday night at the
home of Miss Barbara Williams.
The house was decorated for the 1940 DODGE 2-DOOR TOURING

holiday and various games and SEDAN-Original paint; very 1931 :FORD MODEL ."A" PICKUP

dancing member were of the enjoyed class. Mill by all Teenle the I I clean inside; low mileage; good I TRUCK-Cheap at $40.00. I

Torbert. a former member of the I I tires; radio. .
class who recently moved to Belle i i
Glade, was present. I
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MISS TURNER MISSED i|

We are all missing I Miss Jewel "
] 1933 PONTIAC 6" 2-DOOR' SEDAN
Turner. a member of our faculty,I 1933 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDAN -
who underwent ', -In good mechanical condition -
recently an op- -Good mechanical condition; :
oration and ii In,
now recovering ; good transportation
the James Archer Smith Hospital.: I IMiii I tires fair priced to sell cheap.
Turner I is getting along I well'
and we hope she will be back at II
school soon. I


THREE. LEAVE FOR IOWA I
1940 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR TOURING .
We were sorry when three cf 1939 FORD "85" COUPE-Original
our high school students withdrewlast SEDAN-light grey origi- finish in black radio. This
week. Dan and Julia Lucas nal paint; radio; seat covers; ; II
from the junior class. hare gone white side tires. A very new has been in good! hands and is
to SoJourney. Iowa, their former in excellent condition.
| looking car priced to sell.

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II arrived Tuesday morning to visit. CLASSIFIED ADS
crhe'Churches I
his liter, Mn. E. S. C.pllnjer' He

brought his golf club Along but ;

found the Homestead link *ton RATC >
rough for hi* ..we.i ." '. 'I's'Hedland > : s bat < '
1ILUTIS'f CHURCH nroochlna at II .. .. and t tM a. .i j .
N. 1'. P. a end J...... met I.. at TlMr. i FarmLife School
OMESTIAD,. ,. I:. Jokattea S... .. Onus Samoan WX.oiniy atoaiMPRINCETON honor roll First grade: George Dy- FOR RENT }
, 1100400 acaoal IUI a. a..; rooch. 1350 P. .. al RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for
W. Lee i
= ; 0. Ernest: Neal. Ray i
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at I I a. .. !** a. i B T. FtU.at .
,. Tho Rov. C. r. Cromwell Benson Ruth FOR RENT I sale cheap. Mrs. H. H. Ewing,
*:M a. m. Prayer oriel. WaaaarJal _lor. laaaay aehool at ,4I Hamilton. Allelne> -Retidence In Florida I "
alt>.. 11. go 11 UK* a> ... and ti4l .. |.kroorhlnt. JuniorUna Cauley, Ethel Rawls, Shirley Wood City; 3 bedroom, fireplace, electric 13 N. 1:. 8th .t, Homettead.
wOULDS-TVa .*... Nook .-.. aaa.lor. .. tt I:MI room _10'. pjoatlaa Laurita I (aietf).
aadarochool at It .. .. aroachlntM I .it I>... Pram Milan Wednesday ., Pearson Virginia Herlong, stove running hot and cold j
11 a. .. and lit a. I L T P- q. at lit* a. m. Annie Kyle Edna Young, Billy 1 j water two bathrooms; rcaion- I
llM .. Pram .... .. Ito a. av I FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus -
...-.,. EPISCOPAL Russell J. B. Sparkman Jr. Sec- LeaderEnterprise. trees and troplcat milt lateaton.
,lond grade! Hattie Pearl Murray, !i I
CATHOLIC Jungle Grove Redland
IT. JOHNEL Soooad ataaaa and Elizabeth Roberts, George Turner '
riVRCIl Or THE RACKED BEAUTS' Fourth otraot. BoaMotoadl tko Ro>. B. F. FOR RENT-Clean, all electric i road and Plummet drive.LOANS .
I:. t.c.od ._... Homestead the fa*. Blaefcfard. rortor. Holy nom....... al .Doris Conner Marcus Parker ElIzabeth -- -- '- -
T. ,. 0.",. aootor.. Suaday ama Mt tilt a. .. Sunday ..- at ',Ml aura- Bush Mabel Anderson, i furnished apartment. Mrs Eva
a. BM wwk tar nun M fiM dally. .bas anyar at 1LFREE ,Georgia Neil Donald Talbott Gertrude i'I Collins, Federal highway, Bi.-!
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Sunday school Soaday following I o'clock ,
-.. Coauauntoa: (or woaxa the Aral METHODIST I Goff Agnes Gollitscheck.i icayn drive at Modello. (alTtf) LOANS TO BUILD, MODERNIZE,
Into of MMlkt f. am ...) kor. the '
Mcood ...... at mambo Holy hour Th._ FLORIDA CITY-..... Edith Tashlynpsaar. Ruby Summer, Harry Wright! FOR SALE I REPAIR Residential, Grove
any._ flnt Friday af amonthon.a tlMa. Monday tchool. .II a. nx I P nark- Third grade: A. D. Nell, Isabel' | and Business Property
Main tint Friday . One 1i ai. and T.W a. ai.I prayer a M.Inf. .
BoMdletloa of lot Show Socraatoat aft"CHRISTIAN t lit .. a.. Tuoiday Junior _I.... Russell Lawrence Woods, Charles: IDEAL f-CORNER SITE for hotel, i From $30 to .OOo-from 6 mo. to
w I K p. au Thundayi Young Pooplot. Miolonnry Davis I' 1
.. Hugh Hamilton, Kathryn;t tourist cabin, trailer park or year
Soctoty 1:10 'und..
SCIENCE CHURCH p. Cast, Lot Woodbury, George rental house*-on South Krome {1 1 No Down Payment-No Red Tap

FLORIDA CITY -Ih..d... and sixth METHODIST CHURCH Barnes, Janle r ave. (Oversee Highway) and SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

.5... *..*.. ....... M l4I .. .. for BOHEITEAD-Tha R.'. J. J. Richard, Rutzke. Fourth grade; told MeCullough -I boundary street between Homestead $200 for 38 mo.-Repay $8.39 mo.
auplll under I* roan of a.., .onitnioonlc .. i
.
Sunday ackuel at It4l a. ai. $100 for 36 $15.97
I Mile mo.-Rep.
Waver Herbert mo.
II ....... and Florida
M ( Wednesday oroilniaorrloal pnacklni nt II .. .. end t:M .. m. City. Front ,
which Intludo tailtaionlaJi.of hoal.laff Junior Lauat at ItlO a. a., HI Laanant Non, Llda Neil St. Elmo Young,I 150 ft on Krone 300 tt on I 1.500 for 60 mo.-Repay $32.50
and experiences and remarks Coil.
ton lit....... I .. .. Tk' .."10 k IM earths Fs.hnlar at f.11 Lowut p. ...It W.*:.M....p....m.Prayor ... Haywood Dyal. Fifth grade: Lu- Lucy *t. and 110 ft. on S. W. lit I i I mo.
tally lo.HW.lUadlni ella Ask for FREE Estimates
Simons, Margaret ROberts
room la ........ ...If..... U open SILVER PALM-Tko R.... .. E. Wallor.pallor. . I, Terrace. Comprises B lot each :, Without
Porn Thunder afternoon from ItOt to Sunday ..... avers lunday at Crystal Roberts, Louise Marsh! 80x150 ft, all connected with I i Obligation
4i.<. Tko aubllo lo eordlally ln.Ho4to the I* .. .... | proochlno. amrloot. aa lint third Dora Jones. Sixth grade: Audrie I LOANS can be secured to Modern
sxrvi..a and M visit the reading 1 ........ nad fifth Suadam al 11 .. at. toad t,iSt p.FRINCETOftTW a. city water and fewer mains; Iz* and Repair LEASED OR
McSweeney, Paul Jenness Sadie I
Apr. Ltaaon-aermon toplo two vacant strategic corner; I.
Ro*. J. xC wails. Murray Pauline Lloyd. Edith MORTGAGED Property.
"Doctrine rf Atonement" 7-Toom home with modern
aatloyt proacklna al f a. .itSuadiyoekool
at so.FLORIDA. i Baker George Kosel, Richard Robert plumbing and : We also have r.H.A. LOANS for
electricity
CHURCH or CHRIST on
T CU.. *. Seventh grade: northeast Krome : New Hornet payable monthlyover
........ UNITT C.URCITho Vlr1lnl'l eve, lot; eastern -
HOMESTEAD Paul C. II. mini
-- -- .... W. L 20-25
11. Ammer Moss Tessle Kyle. year
tor. First ...... and N. W. Fifth olraot.Blkto I wheat praachini expoiure. Bargain for caih.
...... .. at II a. ax I nt Let u* lupply your BUILDING
Elizabeth
Italy at It a. m. I .10.. f. Midweek" prays and Bible. .tady Harp Margaret Rousseau Address Box A-132 Leader
low>hb> and) preaching ., II a. Frayorajartloc 1:80.REDLAND. C..I I I NEEDS. Prompt Service
day at Chester
Hawley Bruce Core.)
llM .. -. Wodnaiday.CHURCH Enterpn.e. (pm-t
OF GOD COMMUNITY Eighth grade: Edna Shepherd! BROOKER LUMBER CO.
I The R... W. K. Row.ll. _lAIr. ChunHekoal Gorda FOR
Etherldge. High school: SALE-7-Garage apartment on
.HnHESTEAD-aM. W. FIn amount at lot severities al III Bpworth I
Sunday urban ot lill a. .., pruachlfir .' Larger it 6:10. Midweek arnyon and '!! Helen Hawley Willard Hosack! N. W. 14th itreet $1,000; $200 Fla.MISCELLANEOUS

11 a. m. tnd I i4l a. ai.; ,.. Y. F. at amble study Tlrartdiy ., fiat.PRESBYTERIAN Louise Phillips, Lorena Hosack ii down SIS a month, 6% Intereit.
1r <.1Nldre..sing at T III aononan.1Prayar
awatlnf. a p. .. Wodnowloy.CHURCH 1 CHURCH i, Villa Cave, Anna Maud Shep-I L. 'O. Hall, at Berger residence, : ----------------- ---

OF THE NAZARENE ROMEIITEAD-. ...... al M. lltktroot. herd Lionel Van Winkle Everet Krome ave., at 10th it a8-U) ;TRANSPORTATION to Ohio for

HOMESTEAD IU... Robert H. ,. Th. Coo. H. ....k., _...... Duke '': I male companion to help with

(prtr. ......... Sunday aekaol .t Ii4l .. at.I ,L Bible..... ,vhool.......-._. 10......wwlnr at I pnarhlni W 1an at n .II NOTICE: CHICKENS-Hampihire red pullet driving. Leave Apr. 27. Answer
0' APPLICATION FOR *; alto fryer and Plymouth
TAX DEED Leader-Enterprise, Box A131.
I;!! 1 Rock hens Box 4, Naranja, Fla. I (a-18)
!view Club will appear Monday Notlra It be..bRne that Billlwick.

20 YEARS AGO evening, April 11th at the Homestead ,.... holder ai ...1.noi of City of Hn..... FOR SALE-Used 3-burner kerosene -
uad Tai orrtlflcoto Numbered I WANTED
school auditorium. It Is doted the Itk day of rMeraihrr. A. D. ;:21h. stove wltlNoven attached. '

(Continued From Page Ten) worth more than the price of admission and. rUed h.. mode mid application Cortlll..... for In my too offlco d...., See MM. Selma Relu N. W. ,,,I W A-'TED-An ambitious. wideI -

ni association Prof. M. P. Geiger Just to watch Joe Burton to issue 110.__ In areordino with law. Third street. (18tf) | awake man or woman to look
.....
Saw Co." omhrncoi the following
presiding. Various suggestionswere and Ben Bigger perform in the <.....Ihod nr.r.rty, (Ituatrd In Dado 'I after renewals and new *ub

offered and the following cake walk and Dixie."Neighborhood . .'' County: Florida. Waits ,FOR SALE-5.acre Persian lime for the popular fant-tell-
Lot I, Block AMn In
t. Ewlitt'l
officers were elected: Miss Othelia friends surprised ; the City of HomnMd. County of grove, 5 year old now In full ,, ing magazine THE AMERICAN

Fuchi, president; Cecil Hook, Mrs. F. S. Loomis at her 1>..... ..... of Florida bloom. No buildings, only 2 miles HOME. It's easy pleasant work,
Th. aMmmont of .Id ands
president; Mill Nellie Wallam vice-I home on Wednesday night in hon- tin 1'11..... Issued woi In Pftmorty tho name of : from bank, $2,200 cash- I and It pays big commission.

retary and treasurer. A or of her birthday . ." W E. redeemed Willico Unkv accordlni. Mid la Ortlflcata Ism to. ihill deed I C-A-S-H. Do not ask for term :I Spare time only required Write

wa appointed consisting of -"The 'measles', which were expected will have thereon an Uw 7th day of Miy, Tree need tome fertilization today to Director Sales Divi

garet Robertson Alvin Campbelland to become almost epidemic, A.Dated D. 1041.that lot Any .f AnHI A. It 111 I i' but you will never get more for I sion. THE AMERICAN hOME

Roy Matthew to plan an entertainment have practically disappeared from '' E. R. LEATNERMAN. : your money. It 1> a give-away MAGAZINE CORPORATION,

In six week . ." I IN'Mlr.ndy' the face.of the earth. The dayi Clerk Dodo of Cwo'CI..II". Florida Court \ at $2,200. H. A. Cameron Phone I 251 Fourth Avenue New York,

Minstrel's,' which have been warm lately and there Circuit Court Seal < 72, Homestead, Florida. (alltf) N. Y. (alb

for the the I hal been little chance for It to By N. C. iTERRnr n. C. I
are benefit of Long- I
Apr. 4. II. II. 26 Nor X Itll) NOTICE OF AfPIICATION FOB WANTED-to buy a used Neon
TAX DEED
FILE I4W sign; any kind; must be cheap
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Walk* lo hereby given Idol Bolllwlok, I for cash state particular and
I..... h ldor wien.., .f City of Hmm"
sad Tn eartlliwoe' Numbered 17061. I price. Write to Joseph A. Fegan,

: d.tnl fl. IH day of Juno. D IM kM Route 1, Homestead Fla.
'fllxl now Orlinr.u la on.A. i,.. iM
hoi mode oppllrotlna for taw area M WuIbinon .
la arrnnlonco with. law BoMCmlflrolo TUTORING WANTED high
DOES YOUR CAR HAVE ANY / ombraroi the following 4.. school and grade school subjects
rrlbfd property, llluaM. In Dad Coasts,I
Florida.' twill Mn. H J. Armstrong A. B,

1 Lot t. Hluck 4. Town of Homestead Plummer drive and Country
In the City of Hn......... County at
Did*. dtiu of Florida. Club road.
OF THESE FAULTS The assessment of aid protwrty under
the Coniflrolo |Issued woo In the nom* oftlnkawn. CLEAN RAGS WANTED Wit
..
V.I Paid Crnlflrata ball
bo ............ awearding to I... tax deed exchange subscription or adva."eWing
still Mom thnsol DO the 1101 ay .f My. for clean ragi. Leader
A. D. IP41.i I
7 i Doted this 15th ay .t April A. D.. 1111. Enterprlie.
L II. LKATHhRMAN I
Clerk of Circuit Court stead Tai oortlflolta. Nurxhrml Tlt.
i t Dade County FI..j levied, the dill d>y of Juno, A. D. IMI
Circuit Court Seal By N. (V Swrrrtt ho. filed Mid Ortlflralo la my office.tnd .
lAvr. 11. II Hay t. ,. 34.1041)-D. C. a., made appHnVia fur tn. deed
':- ; t ui IMUO thereoa In oooorHanro wHh low.
; Lacks Power and Speed? I'!' NOTICE OP APPIICATION FOR I. laid Ortlrlroto raibranoi the fi-Howla
I TAX DEED itoftcrflwd ..reu..rtplusted/ In lodaI
: Chapter IT" Arlo al IMI I County. Florida, twit
.. \ Hard to Start .. FILE Ar4711 Iwo T. ".1..h 4. Town of Hi.a..tra<.,
.
.. ke :. ,; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that In to City of H.sn..t.ad, County of
; . ... ChclM ln..lm.nt Coaipiny holder of I rude. Stato of Fkwlrfn.
> \ I
.
Uses Too Mach Gas '
Pole and County T.. Cortlflcnto N... Tho. Mounont of MM property under
... is 7M Issued the Ird Uy of A...... A. D. the !:< lull. b.. filed ion*. In any afflco, and has Unknown link*! MM Ortlllcolo hall
Vibrates or runs rough? male. n.I........, for a ui deed la hol ko fidnaiid aronrdlno. .. .... lo. dW4
......l thorooa. toM C.nlfkat..braeo will .issue Ihorooa aa the Tth day of Hay..Doud .
Iho fullowlna described property In the :. A. D. 1041.I. .
Sluggish and No Pep? 1a I County af Do.... state af Florida ..-.11 r. thai UI dy of ApHI/ A D ItI.E. .
Lot ,. Hlork '1. Onyx Rid, I I. II. LhATHKRHAN,
tJobdn.. a ......... Pint Book I. Pan I Chwk of Clrc.lt Coart.Dado .
1! 12*. la the County af Dodo state af | c-.... FloridaClmH .
:i ,....Ida. Court Seal
Tho movement af now arooorty Malay By N. 0. STFRRFTT. II. 0.
I! 1he Mid (wrtUlcato waa i ..... d. II. It. ... Hay t. IMIi
: I R. M Cahrr. U.l-o J'I; I I
be redeemed aeoardlaf to taw. tho property NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
SCIENTJFJ.t t Ihorolli will ko .14 to tho kinkj j 1 TAX DIED
Drive: it into our garage and have the engine ort bidder tt the Court Raw door oaoiacrlliod FILE: IIMII
the flat ......, M tM _Ik of ,,_ I Notko. It Wnky flea that "" "I......
1..1. "klr. h tho 1d day 1 I.... 1141. 1_ kokirr at anlltnoo of KwrwladDralnairo ..
CALLY TESTED with our new SUN MOTOR TESTER and Doted Mw 15th ay 1 Asd1 1941.L. Tom Mrtlflcoto. Numhrrrd. t.P...
a. LEATHERIIAIf. dosed the 4th day of AuaaM. A. l>. IMS.hoo .
Clark" of Circuit Court, filed MM Crrtlllrut* I* an afflco.nad .
see for yourself what is needed to put it in first class operating I Dod Coaaty. \ made ............ few ton OW4la
( .rrot roorl t>al( Ky N C. Florida.l I hoop IKrrooa la "am"with low.Sold .
condition :I (Area ,I. ... May (. *. 1"11 D. ai CortlflMto oatkrarai the fnllawliulJ'liHIid
ww.-r0.. '''.1Id la Paaa
NOTICE County rhrUa ....H I
i Lea II U It II A 14. Block t.Llaoota .
No4l.w .. bwrow views that them "QI
.. ... ..... ... I Park _... Flat Book t,
,i U ..... law MM of lao ,... ,.... hustled la .,... County,
i Plate of i"r: : :: ..... at Flares,

Preston B. Bird Motor Co. -- tr.i met.prv.teit.e, of UW W. Swim U. Township II, I The Conll._..._. based of gold wa. la property Iho .._anaWIho ofUakaowa.

Ranao M, from th hvoraornto4 Make ofOotodj llnloM MM Corlllkoto. shall
the Teew. 1 Florid. Cite. FIarW, a a'P.kpal
._
.. e.rpantlos. ko redeemed 1.. to law. tat deedwill ]
Anne thereof aa the ,bit day af May,
Hari
n. gotten o be paWhwd I. the
South Krome Ave. Phone 18 .... A. D. 1141.Doted .
I stood L var. te.rprt. foP a '"
fI... _, _... this lot Syaalr..Vy45.CMeh .

OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY I April II. 194LT.. A. FEASTER 01 Cli..HCourt.

Ch... 11. 10. 15. four L .. 11411 e...... Cost SM iMdo Coaaty, Fkrkht

By N. fJ. STERRETT D. 0,
I None or APPLICATION FOR IA... *. II, 19. to, Hay I. IMII
II VAX DIn
mm *WMNaUM
I b ...... ctwi that RaDlwlak, WANT ADS PAYFriday
1... koMor ao aaiKaoa af CIr af float ,.


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Page Twelve it THE HOMESTEAD LEADERENTERPRISE'Friday, April 1941


I ...-_ and Mrs. Anna Porterfleld of Mia- where Mr. Laogham 1* employed. Funeral Services Held !made his horn with his daughter,

IN AND AROUNDIIOMETEAD : mi are guettt this week of Mr. For Richard Wiggins Mr L. I. Ball of Eureka. He I*
and Mr*. W. F. A. Robertson. Mr. and Mr*. Haag arrived Monday !survived by three other daughter:
Mrs M.A. Pye of Goulds and Mrs.
for a two-week visit with Funeral services for Richard! C.
Jimmy Schallern of MacDUl Edna Malone and Mrs. Jack
Mrs. John Zellcr and Mr. and Mr .
Wiggins of Eureka, who died Friday
Field arrived Friday for a ten-day ,Stearns of Miami and U grand
.
H. Baum.Mr.
in Kendal Hospital, were heldat
visit at the hone of hi* grandmother children
(Continued From Pap Seven) Mr X. K. Scott -.rte > p. m. Monday at the graveside
Pall bearers were: Walter Fish.
end with Miss Dyal'i parent, Mr. and Mrs. W.... io"left" In Woodlawn Cemetery, Miami .
I er, Walter Peak. Sam Fife, Edward
and Mr*. E. J. royal, Min Nina Earl Rohrer of MacDill Field lut week for ( ,vlait\ Ja Georgia Death followed an attack of bronchial Comfort John Gilmore and
Dyal, I student It Brenau CollegeIn
visited from Saturday till Tuesday pneumonia.
Elmer: Taylor. Turner Funeral
Gainesville, Ga, also hu returned -
school. at the home of his parent Mr Clyde Rhode and ton Mr. Wiggins. who cam to Dade :BOOM had charge of arrangementa.
to Mr. and Mr*. John Rohrer. Bobby, and Mr*. Maud Bailey of County 28 year ago and to the.

MM L. A. Wise Ii visiting friend Miami pent Sunday viiiting Mr*. Redland District 12 yean ago wa WANT ADS PAt
I retired fruit grewerand had
Mr*. Fred Barker I pending left
and relative in Atlanta E. J. Rhode They Tuesday
this week In Key West with, Mr. for Joplin, Mo.
Barker, who 1* employed there.
Miss Jenlc Dunlop of Framing
!
ton. Mat, I II visiting her ,rand- Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Delicandro ACETYLENE WELDING
Mr L. Fonyth I II confined to
parent Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dun- moved Monday from the Schweiter -
her home this week by illness.
lop, of Silver Palm road. MUll on Seventh; street to the I
Brand New Outfit
Mead Thirteenth street
The W. W. F. C. class of the cottage on
Mrs. Tom Fault and her son, AU Work Guaranteed
Florida Church
City Community
Dale, former residents of Homestead
who now live In South MI- met Friday evening at the homeof Mrs. Anna Baer and Walter moM "1.a
Mrs. Charle Clinton. Mr*. Fred left Tuesday for New Jerse,.
ami were In Homestead this weekto
Roy Chandler and Mrs. Clinton SAM'S GARAGE
attend the meeting of the Monday i
Millie Club. were hottest Rummage tale of Woman'sAuxiliary

of St. John' Episcopal 8AM ALEXANDEE, trop

Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Fog]* of Mrs. A. B. Langham and child church in Loaner building, Saturday Avocado Drive and Old Dixie
Naranja had a* week-end guests ren, Marjorie, Audrey and Wayne, Apr. 19 beginning at 10a. Highway
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Albury of moved Saturday to Eldred, Fla, m. -Adv.
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Ochope Mr. and Mrs. W. H -
Bird of Miami visited them Sun
day.


Mrs. J. W Perry of Rochelle,
G*., and her ion-ln-law and
daughter Mr. and Mr*. Rufus
King of Miami, visited Mr. Virginia -
Edward Sunday.FLORIDA .

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CITYBy

Mr*. W. W. Sever
...........

Mrs. Lucy Hole who pent the
Mason here with her ion-ln-law
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Sheffield, left Thursday for .,a E
a rt
her home In Danville, 111. a
I 00r

George H. Todd returned to his
I
summer home In Hartford, Conn,
on Monday. He was accompaniedby

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Deimond ,Y
and Fred Brockett who were returning -
to their home In North

Haven, Conn.

Ac- \4
Mr. and Mr*. E. E. Crowson, ,. I
"
Mill Gladys Stephen of Lexington .' J
Kj. Ind C. C. Jackson of
Princeton returned Sunday night
from a week' vacation spent in 1941 'MODELs

deep*** fishing and swimming on
the Key After a two-day stay
in a cabin at Marathon they went
to Key West where they visited ..
at the home of Mr*. Crowson't :

father, A. L. Di Negro.Mr. .
.
rY
and Mrs. C. S. Phillip an- ,
nounce the birth of a even and
one-half pound ton, Robert Earl,
on Apr. 10.

Mr. and Mr Anthony Gulcciar-
do left Monday for Tampa where
they will spend the lummer.


Mr*. E. Boedecker and her

daughter, Catherine, of Cleveland

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may
learn of the bodily benefit obtainable ..,and needs none. It is a pure petroleum product ;

through Chiropractic.With .
so very many other offer-
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Jug evidence of what Chiropractic

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