Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00487
 Material Information
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 25, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00487
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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29-No.17 Homestead, Florida, April 25/1941 Price 5 Cent


Make Homestead Supply Source, '

i Florida City Asks Aqueduct Board

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I. In Power Plant Capacity !

I CITY ACTS TO First Material for Treating Plant LOSE PIPELINE CUSTOMER

Arrives at Site in Seaboard R. R.YardThe

i ADD DYNAMO TilE WEATHER Council Resolution Goes
tint car of material for the,,i!Standard Asbestos ManufacturingCo. OfelrW e.h.a Or 1M 'uh'IooIEa. I Also to U. S. Senatorsand
treating plant that la to line .nd' are expected here within the ...._, 'Ia_repro. ........... FI.ld.Dal CongressmanLACK
I coat the pipe for the Florida Keys next few days to make preparations -
! AND BUILDING aqueduct arrived In Homesteadover for erection of the buildingsand April* I1J 82.. ..i 30.08\ Kola OF WATER SAID

the Seaboard railroad tills installation of equipment in April 18.... ...1 I Be I 81 ;ilO.081 BLOCKING BUILDING
5 I week. Representatives. of tho ,,the Seaboard yard south of Mowry, April 19.1! 821 I 81 I I
r\5r Defense and Other Local I 'street where the $400,000 contract April 20.1 82 I 81 I I Full FHA Advantages Not
April 21._.... 83 I 81 130.041April
I Projects Spur Post- KEYVESTBOUND will be carried out. 22-..on I 83 I 82 110,031 Available for Homes
poned Expansion I i None of the pipe has arrived April 23_ u I 83 1 88 110.021 or RentalsThe
i\ I LEGIONNAIRES yet, but bids were to be opened
ii RFC LOAN GRANTED I yesterday for the unloading of tho town council of Florida City

''i)l IN 1939 TO BE USED WELCOMED HERE '300 cars of pipe when it does ar-'i'LIME BILL IS at a called meeting Wednesday
I :rive. Bids are said to have been afternoon voted unanimously to auk

( Over $80,000 Available to submitted by several local persons INTRODUCED- the Florida Keys Aqueduct Com.

J Homestead From Ear. I I A reception- committee from 1 among them David Barnes and I mission to' obtain its water from

J marked Fund John G. Salley Post, .American1 I II Musselwblte and Beam. STATE SENATEThe I the city of Homestead In order

Legion, went on duty at Legion I I Advance agents of the treating that the southernmost town on the
i Purchase of an additional generator I Hall here Wednesday to offer the contractors were in Homestead this I United States mainland may be
I and construction of an addition facilities of the Post's home to.1 week investigating available hotel Redland District sponsoredbill in the path of the pipe line and
j to the municipal light and I Legionnaires and their womenfolk and housing accommodations. to regulate the marketing of benefit from It the same as communities -

\ water plant building, deferred after II who might take advantage of I I Survey of the aqueduct route Persian limes was introduced In on the keys.A .
the invitation Issued by the poet was completed this week It was I resolution, copies of which
the freeze of December
1(39 the Florida senate Tuesday by forwarded also to U. S. Sena-
'through state headquarters toptuse learned from sources In touch with
can not be postponed any longer, here enroute to the state the engineering offices which were Dade County's Senator Ernest R. tors Andrews and Pepper and Congressman -
j the Homestead city council decided Graham. Cannon, was drafted as
convention now In session in Key moved from Homestead to Tsver- I
Monday night after bearing West. nier after survey crews had progressed The bill would prohibit the follows:
Utilities Committeman Frank B. Taking turns at playing host along the keyi.; I marketing of limes with a Juice 'Whereas' It has been brought
the councilof
to the attention of town
Rue tell of the demands that contemplated were Martin Cessler, Irving Lyon Announcement was made In Key content of less than 40 per cent Florida City, Fla., that the
local projects defense and W. E. Rheney. Visitors were I West that Lieut-Commander 'R. by volume, provide an Inspection pumping station and wells for the
given, oranges to take 'on with H. Meade, civil engineer, U. S. N, tax of 4 cents and an advertisingtax proposed water line to Key Went
and otherwise, make the
on them.
may of 4 cents for each and
has been appointed by the navy one locatedas
been definitely
have not
plant even before next season Delegates from the local post department to serve as liaslon officer three-fifths bushels and would
and that unless such are
la. were Commander\ W H. Sheffield the lime under the yet
tet'l among the navy the con- bring of
located in or near the center
Councilman Sue asked and Wm. J. Geronlmo, with Frank tractor (when designated), and the administration of the Florida Citrus Florida City such water will not
committee to study results Schneider. and Mrs. Sheffield and Pope Mrs.asalternates. Florida Keys Aqueduct Commis Commission.L. be accessible for Florida City
from recent installations of generators sion. Commander Meade, whose U Chandler, president of the thereby establishing the town of
in several Florida cities Frank B. Rue went Legion as delegates offices are In Jacksonville, will citrus commission, who was also Florida City as being the only
in order that the most dependableand from with Mrs.the local Schneider Auxiliary alternate. send his aides to the keys when chosen chairman of the growers i (Continued on Page Twelve)
most efficient Installation maybe as construction starts. organization drafted the proposed I
obtained from Homestead Mr.'Rue is attending the conven- Bids for construction of the lime law returned' to his
Council President J. G. Wynn appointed tion also. Mr. and Mrs. Schneiderare $3,500,000 pipe line will be asked home in Goulds last night afteran GROUPTO
I the committee as follows: temporarily. residing in Key by the navy within the next tet I airplane trip to Tallahassee lathe
Rue, chairman, T. E. and West.BALL
Kirby I days, it was reported. interest of the bill.
Henry Brooker PUSH TRADE
Rue said a generator of from 600!I . .
to 100 kilowatt capacity, to Increase GAME SET
' the present capacity of the FOR HOMESTEADThe

plant templated.At by 79% to 100%,. la con- FOR 2:30: SUNDAYON 459'! A Little: Bird

preseent there are two generators Homestead Retail Merchant .
of 400 kilowatts each and LOCAL FIELD q Told UsTHAT Association was organized at a .
.t their peak loads last winter they meeting In Legion Hall Monday f
carried within 100 kilowatts of night J. P. Franklin ia president -
their capacity. Homestead's city-wide baseball __ I ; Howard Johnson vice-
Cost of the generator and build-I team will play its first game of the practically' every Redland District bwner of land clearIng : president; and James Wollsm

log addition will be financed with season in the Dade County League machinery will participate la the county. airport Job-without J secretarytreasurer.The .which has
$100,000 loan granted by: the Sunday afternoon at 130: against) organization now
Reconstruction Finance Corporation Perrine on the Homestead dla- any of the responsibility and grief that attends contracting. I 18 members and la growing dally
a a a a 41, I will function as a promotional
In 18311, $82,000 of which remained snond.The
undrawn upon after com- local team will be wearingnew THAT A eertele tabloid newspaper with *M years ef reliable 1 1re group for Homestead trade as a
pletion of line reconstruction. Legal white flannel uniforms, with Gl1lIC'* -U ear "We told reel ee" new that snaieriej for. the I credit association and as a better
work In connection with Issuing1 l large H on the shirt,, and red business bureau it was said yesterday -
pipe seating plant haa hero arrtrtaf a* the teakes alle. .
the revenue certificate which caps and socks. The suits were '
will secure the loan can be com- purchased from a fund to which a c h e. "The Homestead Retail Mer-
pleted In 30 to 40 days: it was merchants of the community contributed THAT the moon-faced Dutchman and the soda dispenser whose Ii chants Association win fill the need
pointed out, when a sew call fur i nickname .la the opposite of chubby,make a handsome palp-la for a compact organization to .r
bids on construction of the building Herman Thomas or Clinton Bishop their estimation. promote the trade Interests. of *
tan be advertised.The will be on the mound for Homestead own a I Homestead merchants. said Mr
low bid on construction of with Ansel Barrow or Aubrey A a a e Franklin. "It cannot take the place '>
the addition to the light plant was Cheshire behind the plate. Foy THAT the ecsaaad far hsaalnaT fadUUeai le geiac to bit Heaeeatee I of a chamber of commerce and a
$11.000 In- 111311. before the proJect Hobbs U manager of the team. like a toe. .. brick. *" tm Ma a every few weaka-.ea* aaereJunaa chamber of commerce cannot take \'
was postponed on account of Members of the team are Mar- whe knee bees geteg weasels with Mug faces surf liauss, the place of such a better.business
doubtful financial prospects) ,due tin Bishop, Elmer: Sullivan C R.Cruz. organization." 'aThe
tar the b4 eeaMscr ahead bad better fee proeaJtac to Ml MOM
to the freeze. The concrete addition ., Angelo Mlstretta. Stanley I first of a aeries of promotion J
stout 60 by 40 feet win be Wlttkop J. B. Oonlnger. J. Lee erfcn'the. they, have he* 4 as heigh .,assr aaaeasi re* Several ventures I* expected to be ready "
'(Continued eo Page Twelve) ,, (Continue eD....,..Twelve),. j yeas for announcement soon..J' Nh
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the amount of these bond to be lOc wilt be i
DANIA LICKED 1-0 Post Office to ;Begin Sale of ,Defense bought by any one person In one attractive
year. The bonds are in denominations to partcVhy
: Bonds and Savings Stamps Thursday .of tzs $ao(, $100 $500 and enough to
1L II. S. TO MEET .. . j 'I : i , $1,000, all of which are cold for of higher .
7} per 'cent of their maturity value million ;of.the !
JACKSON TODAV 1 the United State defense savlnp 1}III I similar to the familiar "baby and all of which mature la being pnpared.The
| bond and postal savings,I bond", of which' more, than five ten yean. cover
(stamps will be placed on sale Inl I billion dollar worth have been For larger Investors who can afford I It In' color
A food pitching pertormanCT'''the Homestead post office at the bought by more.than two and a to purchase up to 150000 State .
by Fred Fuchc, Jr., and the quick',opening of business on Thursday, I half million Americana since 183J. worth of bond a year, the treasury bearing the
thinking of D. L. Bowen accounted :' A defense bond may be purchased department has issued two additional the back I
for Homestead High School J-( I May 1, a* part of the national M.yl, or thereafter for $18,75. kind of defense saving Minute Man
win over Dante High School or effort to make America impregnable In ten yean this bond will be worth bonds, but these will be old only ter French
the Homestead diamond yesterday $2300 This I II an Increase of through bank and by direct mall:American :
afternoon. I Postmaster S. E. Livingston announced S3 1-1 per cent, equal to an annual from Washington D. C They are'fense of his
Bowen went (fa third base on a today that plan are nearly Interact return of 29 per cent, Intended for associations, trustees scription if "
Ml by Steve Blondo and then I''I completed for this community, !compounded eeml-annually. Anytime and corporation a* well a* Indi-I I Secretary
came horn when the first baseman along with thousand of others I after sixty day from the vidual purchaser [even a boy or
filled to realize i runner wall'from coast to coast to do ita full 'date of purchase, the bond may be For the smaller Investor who to buy a
on third. part at the opening of the savings redeemed for cash. In accordance want to buy a government bond the country.
Fuchi fanned eight men and allowed -I'program. It I* expected that civic with a table of redemption value *n an easy payment plan, the post can safeguard
a lone hit. which kept him leaden will be among the first printed on the face of the bond. office will have new series of'and your own
from no-hit no-run honors. To, purchasers of saving bond and To spread Investment widely postal savings tamp, at lOc, He, Ing the
date, Fuchi has won four garnet stamp here. among all the*people In America,(Me, $1, and $3 Each purchaserof Ing United
The Growers lost to Edison: High I The new defense living bond a limit of S3,000 has been set on any caving stamp higher than now,"
School Friday afternoon on the local ---.--- -
diamond, S-0. Cave*,' on.thi'
mound for Homestead, gave 12,, '
hits and itruck out,three while',
Lefty Welbaun of Edison fanned V
12 men and allowed three hltj. 'I i
James Sullivan will put In nil These Used Car Bargains '
tint appearance a* pitcher against
Andrew Jackson High this afternoon -
on the local field Homestead '
lost to Jackson 12-4, earlier
in the leaton. I Mean
The Grower will play Fort Lauderdale .
here Tuesday afternoon al
3:30: for the second time The {
Flying L'* lost the first contest to
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The Redland High School baseball I. BELOW THE MARKET FLA.'j
team will play South Broward
High School at Danla this afternoon -
and again on Monday after-
noon on the Redland diamond.
Tuesday afternoon the Diamondbacks '
will meet Andrew Jackson "BANK ON BUICK" AND !
High School Miami.
The Redland team lost to West
Palm Beach last Friday at West
Palm Beach 8-3 Llndgren Red-
land catcher, mad two of the
three run and Leonard Greer 1939 BUICK 41" SEDAN-Or5ginal;
made the third. Jackson Red- paint; clean inside; radio; Ruarantccd 1931 FORD MODEL "A" I
land pitcher, itruck out one ai
compared with eight fanned by [ mechanically; priced TRUCK-Cheap at $10.00.
Warren Palm Beach pitcher, right.

Charles Eichenberger, Jr., entered '
naval air corps training al
Opa-Loika last week where h.
will\ be stationed for three month 1935 PONTIAC "6" 2-DOOR'
He will then go to Jacksonville 1933 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDAN
for a month and later complete -Good mechanical condition; D\.N-In good mechanical !
hi training at Pensacola. tires fair; priced to sell cheap.dition; good

Automatic Stop Light

Standard on Pontiacs

Dud rear lamp and an auto-
matic atop signal are supplied ai 1940 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR TOUR
itandard equipment, on all 1MI ; 1940 DODGE 2-DOOR
ING SEDAN-Jight original
i grey .
Pontlae model These lamp are SEDAN- rlginal.pamt;
let Into the bady panel and blend I paint; radio; seat ,coders; I clean inside low mileage: !
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well with Pontlae silver streak I white side tires. A very new tires radio.

design.The automatic top signal li looking car priced to sell ;

hooked up with the brake linkage
*o that whenever the brake pedal, .
1* depressed bright warning light

flare. 1938 PONTIAC "8" 4-DOOR TOUR-
Gad BeguuUnc I 1937 FORD 60" 2-DOOR
t ING SEDAN-Orrginal paint
Youthful father: "Our baby Is good tires; clean inside; !
beginning to recite 'Baa. baa: in grey; radio; good tires; clean to sell
black sheep,have you any wool?'"I inside.. "
mantha Neighbor' old""And he. only eight,.

Father: .Welt, he doeant say
all of It yet but he'* got II far a*
y I
'"-Montreal Star.DR.R.S.AKERS.
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f = Friday April 18. 1941THEHOMESTEAD., LEADER.ENTERPREE. Pig Three

Florida Boys Wanted .1 Homestead High Glee Clubs and Band Revival Is Continued
For U. S. Radio WorkJacksonville At Church of Christ I

YEAR FOR M. U., i I fifty Florida, Apr.boys 24-are One wanted Hundred I Give Annual Concert This Evening

by the U. S. maritime commissionfor In the Neva
I The Homestead High School annual conecrt King

,IIARDINGTHIM I training at New London, Conn, band, the girls' glee club and I Cooper auditorium Oils evening
for positions in radio work and for at 8 clock under the direction
I I places on United States vessels at the boys' "letrll.b.n_ five their of Mrs, W. B. Mills music teacher
Spring, training shows that thiUniversity cooks stewards and
sea as meal of the school
of Miami has good Pastor to Attend Smyth
boys. The National Youth Administration I The following numbers will be
chancel for a fair team next se*. I for Florid in cooperation Lectures Near AtlantaThe
ten, Jack Harding, the university') I with the maritime commission 'March, "Marvel" .Fillmore .
and the V. S. cqast guardservice Rev. Ceo. H. Ricks pastor M
football coach, old In i talk to the i Overture, "Determination" Hayes
la accepting applicationsfrom of the Homestead Presbyterian ,
"Lift Thine Eyes Mendelssohn
Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday those who wish to take the Church. will leave Monday to attend -
Leading Down River"Steinel
noon. course, which will require eight the Smyth' Lectures which I"Path
_,_ ..
Early closing of the dog track I months' study will be held from April 28 to MayS
I Girls' Glee Club
has released for spring practice Those who are selected will be at Columbia Seminary near At Sarafan
Flute solo "Red
quite few of the students who sent to New London where ,
a they
I lanta.
1____.... Steckmest
partly earn their way by working will enter the maritime commission Mr. Ricks will hear a aeries of r pt

at the tracks, he said. :I school, and will be paid S2| a lectures on the New Testamentby Sight"Frank._.. ..Hausman"At ,Pennett"Mal'1
"Why practice In the spring month plus subsistence for three Dr. W. D. Chamberlain -
when games are not played till! months of the course. The rate testor at Louisville Seminary, Novelty, had a Hock of
__, .., Yoder
next fall? Well la spring practice II of pay will be Increased to 13$ he will attend a ministers' pro-I Sheep I
I "Sing Me a Chantey" Wellesley
we do a lot of experimentingwith a month for the remaining five tute conducted on the same ) "Ride the Chariot". Negro Spiritual
both player and equipment,"I months, ThOM who complete the Dr. H. W. McLaughlin, Born' Glee ClubBass
said the coach. "For instance, we course successfully will be placedin of church work. Baas" .Flllmore J. ROT VAUGHAN
solo, "Deep
are now experimenting with the T government positions at an He will be accompanied by the!
Surry Rice J. Roy Vaughn of Central ChurchOf
formation, and we are also experimenting -' average of $140 a month. Rev. 'A. R. Batcholar of Orlando,i I Footlifter" _Fillmore J
March "The In Miami l conducting a
Christ iq
( with low-cut shoes Applications can now be madeat ,new director of religious education "Flnlsndia"Sibelius

instead of the high-top heaviq the wax>ffic ef the MY A In for Florida. i "Homeland" .... . .Cain Revival meeting at the Church of
tb "|ave been regulation wear for I Miami. All apllcants wtil be furnished I Mixed thrift In Homestead each evening
quartet ,,
year*-and you should see the transportation from their The services will
"Melodie"Mananet 7:45 o'clock
Horn polo fit :
difference they make in the speedof home town or city to Tampa where DEFENSE RADIO GROUP next week
continued through
Cecil Dodd, local radio techlnclan Athley Kemp
a tunner. I I they will apend three days in preliminary Central ChurchIn
"Ors Nobis,: Williams Jack Hamilton of
service whA is in charge of the Red Cross pro ?
TIlt call to military may examinations. If accepted
Girls' Glee Club Miami has charge of the singing.
play" havoc with football plans, ol I they will be sent on to New emergency short wave unit here, Invitedto
Bell solo "Glow Worm" Llncke"Ragtime The public Is cordially
course, said Coach Harding, but London, and if rejected they will be was notified last Friday that he services,
Yoder attend the announcesPaul
for furnished to had been appointed to the Dade Wedding"
otherwise next year's prospects return transportation
minister of the
F the University of Miami squad are their homes. Those who do not I County Defense subcommittee on Narrator Elbert Doter I Herndon
I Overture, Festival" Hayes"Slur Homestead church who Is assisting
pretty good I qualify in the preliminary examinations broadcasting radio communications other than i Spangled"Gypsy fcanfter" in the revival
will have opportunity of _
Local Man Appointed enrolling for work experience at
!the NYA resident project of Camp
To Help Greet EditorsBen
DeSoto, where they may fit
selves for final them-I
Archer, publisher of the
the training offered by the maritime I
Leader-Enterprise, has been appointed commlulon I

t a member of the Miami Seventy-five of the boys chosen 1

greeters committee for the National I will be for radio work, and seven" Rotheon
Editorial Association convention
ty-five for the course In cooking
tbur .that ,will arrive In Miami at
I and stewardship. Those who want
6 p. m., Sunday according to Russell I
I to take the radio course must
Kay, president of the Florida I
have at least'two years of high curs
Frees Association. school with one year of 5
a.ebra'i t
and also some ability
District W. M. U. RallyTo sending and receiving

Be Held Here Monday lof twelve plain words a minute In'

...J.- I sending or receiving Morse,code Is
A'district rally of the W. M. U. required and an elementary knowledge -
of Baptist churches of Perrine,I of''thetheory',of radio and
Goulds and Homestead will beheld Electricity, including the operationof
Monday afternoon at 2:30: receiving and sending An elementary

l o'clock In the First Baptist Churchof knowledge of statutes and
Homestead communication regulations also is

Mr. Robert E. Lee of Fort Lauderdale required.
state W. M. U. president Those.who take up the cook or
and associational young people's iteward course must volunteer for
leader and Mrs. P. L. Tucker of employment on vessels' of the i
Miami, associational president, United States, and must have at
will speak in the afternoon Mrs least three months experience in
Jas L. Clark of Perrine, acting preparation or serving of food. s
district superintendent will preside The offer is open for the New f..w'
during the meeting London school until May 1 and

The Rev. C. R. Pittard of Miami, those who wish to prepare themselves Buick SPECIAL aJengerSedanetJ1006.1Yhiteridewalltirerextra*
moderator of the Miami association for the positions named,
will speak at 8 o'clock in the should lose no time in making ap
church Monday tvenlng plications. _' printer or a Ion;. We remove that clothespin very simply

WOULDN't. look silly trying by having two carburetors lone that

I to race with a clothespin firmly. handles all casual driving smoothly

I Let Us Auto-Sway Your clamped on hit nose I and efficiently, another to Jump in with

more air and more fuel when you call

Squeaks Away i Yet, In a sense, something fairly close for extra power by stepping on theo

t that happens in nearly I every car treadle

REDLAND SERVICE STATION that lacks Buick's sensational Com- gas

"s.*..," ....ue.. ProP pound Carburetion.t Simple Very simple indeed.

Flatter Are. Mewry 8t H_ ... Fla For your engine has to breathe in huge And simply ntarvtltui in the extra
quantities of air to be mixed with ,a.oFIREBALL wallop it gives you and in the

, line before it is burned in the cylinders. gas savings you get-as much. 10%

GET YOUR STATEDriver's But single-carburetor fuel supply systems to 15% 'over previous

can handle only a given volume Buicks with Lucas
.. the same-six engine }
License of air.To .
.. that extent, then,'an ordinary engine -
has a clothespin on its noseMaybe you'd better A

AT JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICEIN limitation on air supply for big power go see your Buick .5

operation dealer now. :
for asrisk".
HOMESTEAD fOIOM equipmnt re tii* BuIck SPECIAL,staadwd M all other moc1cle.BMt' 14' Campo

Odd Fellows Bl"0.... from t .. ... U I R nv *Mivl1i",,

Mick. Suit tor,tfluiulUtifmnt
5' W fctHit'

-1." tire-estrsPrirnrr jarJon.unaa

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ON9H MAr WAVq 7Y" ONFEA-4 RLldS1 ..oELEPI4AMS These lines were found folded
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In an old family Bible. The author
Now e..mr "'
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-v* I Joel that they are very appropri.
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Let me to Thy. bosom' fly ,
I thank: The tor ttto toy, John, 13-Xi

The dews of (to beginning t While the nearer water:* roll, iPs. t

The sanest M M slips away, While the tempest still .U high;.1:

The fresh brown tod :
Hide me, oh!my Saviour, dIUt.I
The ,&owInaIl" weary feet
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Wm eyes upturned to God. Till the storm- of life It past; t .

The quietude! of country Urine; Ps 27:'
Safe Into the haven guide,

The routine of daily tasks, Ps. 107.39:

The spirit of nel.hborl1lvln,. m.N Yi'1 FXC/rrwe Oh, receive my tout at last
/NG/OEMTS t6Part 4187W Acts: :
A tired body refreshed by sleep. ; .l E D A'KEQO EXJof.PA'Cf% 758I

Green growing things (round.A ,/6NL/6 Ales.swaAa. Other refuge hive: I none, '
:,1 / 1' / .eorsvrh'QOd'S CW/Q F*. 461:
golden harvest we must reap. I Hangs my helpless soul on Thee; :j.;

The singing birds and bees. '' ,07A//1Yll01JYf/Yll/BY I Prov. 10:3/
Leave, oh, leave m not alone, :
The winding! country lanes, ' RI ZT BY NAr/Cd j : 1 Heb. 131: ;,

And little brooks and trees. I Still support and comfort me; .

For the blue sky up above, =pct rsou77,0r, /SrSOO drZIr urro6 ; Isa. 88:121All :
AND 23 40A10 my trust In. Thee It stayed
And for the dripping rain- a 40Z1 I Isa. 24.3All

Both gifts of Thy great love. my help. from Thee I bring; '
Isa. 4119:
For a child' laughter gay, C Mg Cover my defenseless head

HIM faith In you and me, Ps. 1401:
With the shadow of Thy wing fP.
Our guidance of his way. .. 57:(

For flowers at my door, VY'VVVVT. ........... i.............. t
trucks and cannon caissons; reveille Thou, oh Christ, art all I want
Cod I thank Thee now, will no longer be sounded by a LIBRARY FACTS CoL12:

For all these and more. bugler ,but large amplifiers over More than all In Thee I find;
the camps will rustle the boys out
-Mue Long Holman In :
the Progressive COMMENTBy and put them to bed-maybe. Raise the fallen, cheer the faint

Farmer. . By MRS. J. E. GACZOS
AGN-EW WELSH Ps. 14J::1t.

i- In the last world war the religious ..........................VVVVVVVVVVv. . . ,Heal the sick and lead the blind I
Good Will side of the armed men was Mat. 10:8: 15:14

tdlt.'a !Last .... Welsh ..r_ cared for by chaplains and theY LIBRARY HOURS Just sad holy ia Thy name

The most precious thing anyone ..massew M tn een.m.aa.his "Co.tIIor _er .at..-_.haw.. M. C. A. Now a new departure, Monday. Wednesday, Tharsday I Acts 3J: <

-man or store, anybody or any* ...Ka ..10 ......... Addn. ___to it being taken, according to news, 1-' P. so.Tuesday. I am all unrighteousness:

thing can have I* the goodwill of e..M...to Miami Ass.w e...w.hh. su M. dispatches. The various camps are Friday It a. ..-I p. asSatuday. , Rom. 121:
others. It.. something as fragile to have 600 chapels so constructed : I False and full of sin I am,
aa an orchid. And so beautiful! A Palmetto dispatch states that a* to be readily converted intoa a. al > ( f. n 1 John 1t:
A* precious as a gold nugget-ndaa on April 1. the first three field Jewish synagogue or a Catholic p. m. I Thou art full of truth and grace,

hard to find. As powerful as a crates of new tomatoes grown in shrine. Not only that, a special Several outstanding novels have John 114:
great turbine and as hard to buiM Manatee County sold for $9 each. hymnal, adapted to and embracIng been written about the struggle of I Is

As wonderful u youth and at hard a all three of these faiths, I I. being the dirt farmer In the last year Plenteous grace with Thee
to keep--Amos Parrish. None of Florida's streams Is very prepared, and 100,000 copies are and sjUll they come. But this theme. found, 2 Cor. 12:9:

lengthy, but their total, Including to be printed. has a strong appeal to the general;Grace to cover all my tins;

Alcohol From Orange canals foots up to something over, a e e public judging from popular de- Rom. 5:29.
five thousand miles\ .of inland waterway Have Lue Olm Cong mand. After all, this it a* it|Let the healing stream abound,
*. I you any should be since Ezek 47t
Rubbing alcohol made from man's existence :
In ? .
. oranges your grove In an unmarked -
cringes, which can be manufactured I has been a constant battle with Make and keep me pure within;
and retailed for approximately In Peru a sandfly la responsible"!"i grave a few miles from the elements and the most necessary Ps. SI:19
DeLand lies the earthly remains
one-third the cost: of brands for a disease that varies with the I'of this China-born man who one Is the conquest of the I Thou of life the fountain art
now on the market, and an oil of resistance of the victim. Same old gave soil. -- John 14:
to the world one of its finest citrus
story-the female of the Freely let take of Thee
oranges! for perfuming soap, have species "Hold me ,
the Autumn
fruits that
It the one bears his In Your Hand-'
been deadlier. 22 17
discovered Rev. :
by research chem- e name. George A. ZabrlskI, president by George Sessions Perry, takes
ist Hugop Jorjorlan, winter visitor Spring Thou up within my heart
the New York state historical
here, according to the Orlando Re Pathfinder magazine reports that society and a winter resi- sharecropping- John 4:14
Switzerland I. not h Rise to
po r-Star. wholly pleated all eternity.
dent at Ormond, to a system the who
proposes erecta man does the
In the over the discovery of -crude oil I John 414:
chemistry line
for 40years I
monument, at his expense, over work Is Invariably left holding 4
there, and P. F. wisely remarks
and in research chemistry I the The oriental an empty bag. with : Si.
grave. came to a winter before
that It will I I
for 30, Mr Jorjorlan put that country: in at
undertook with her
to this country when a lad of 12 and him during which time he parents on a big farm
find practical new by-products for I dangerous a position a* a fat man to DeLand about 1882 to regain his must live by hit wits. Just outside I of Montgomery, Ala1,
citrus fruits when he was Impawned among hungry cannibal that the acquired the knowledge
!health. He had been well educated When Sam Tucker
: witha '
by seeing quantities e cf land! and
of by Massachusetts friends. cane farming problems ;,
grinding he
fruit being destroyed The "upplng" of salartei 'OP.I received for which form '
,because of ... .. the background of her
wages, part of
syrup which he exchanged
Irene damage. I II merrily on: a measure Is now before story
I Citrus alcohol, he states la thepurest i iI the lower house to Increasethe for tome other commodity The
plot. along swiftly
Children in Court more badly! needed. A nlckle'tworth moves
I ever made and hat been governor's salary from $9,000 of because there I* no padding It ,
I candy
I used successfully a year lo $12,000 and those of hit was a real treat
by three
surgeon By Sadie Malcolm It written in style
RatfleldTorrn to the children and adult allkt.In a very simple
friends for operations. Almost I cabinet from $8,000to $6,toO. I I i and la a small book with only 250 .
odorless, It retains a faint scent I thought the ,ov'. nickname was LI Sam' cast he had high hopes, pages. The title, taken from George "
of alcohol: and oranges. A few ,"Old Economy: Maybe depends VERSITS AGE daring- the growing season for he Meredith' poem, "Something more ,

drop on the akin leave a smoothness oa whose ox it gettiQgtgored.II had a piece of rich bottom land than earth I cry for till", is most
like cream and a few drops e i I During the course: of a recent where prospects for a bumper crop appropriate, for one Is kept in mind ;
on the hair make It soft and silky. England grows lest than one.! trial, an elderly maiden lady advanced were before him until harvest of the title throughout the story. f'
According to the chemist, the,third of its food crops the heaviest the theory that children today time. Then he sat In his hovel ,
softening effect of the liquid will Importation being wheat Russia i are much worse than when where there was hardly! a dry spot Martha ,
remain for two or three days, even and German-controlled: Mates :she was a girl 'To prove her contention and watched the rains wash away Mist Foley will prepare'
.after soap hat been used over K. raise" CO per rent of the worlds the pointed to the fact that an dream of giving the necessities : the 1942 volume" of -Best American j'Short
t The second product a colorless supply of this grain; Canada, six 'more children are brought. Into to hit family. Stories. Her services wen '

j syrup may be used for perfuming,per cent; the U, S, to per cent::1(court: today than were fifty yean But the fortitude of such secured by Houghton, Mifflin when \r: ,

l seem he pointed out It.. made,India, ten; and Argentine, four. !I ago.The struggling part of our population they Edward gained J. permission from the
O'Brien estate to
of orange skins, and In full COSH! a a I extent of crime In the I* remarkable. It.. always optimistic '
tine the book.
I centrate cannot be smelted ft aIL I 1' Tbeat war;preparation deal in United States has Increased-with about the next year if ya ;
The. chemist draws out a certain,!big numbers: summer and fait modern Inventions. New modes of the present difficult situation is a
element, dilute a few drape of the)I maneuvers to include 47400 men I'living have produced Dew problem met. With all the hardship Its Paul de Fruit la working on a .'
oil in alcohol, and the scent of][are being planned for Vie mid- *. This Mtkm hal developed low of the earth 1* paramount 'book he cal) "immortals of To-

oraBM U Immediately brought out]I I South: an Indiana concern will material resources more rapidly Sam felt that In mastering tht ,KNTOW" which will pick up the
Mr.;Jorjorlan make hit winter employ ,100 men to put powder" than its ability to use them. land In producing a cotton: crop thread of "Microbe Hunters" and
residence in Orlando but maintalM -*Into bm; ready: to mo tow the Consequently finds Itself confronted of which ke wa proud his work [deal with men of science of today.
hit laboratories la Providence big guns; the Wright concern willtrain ,: with many new problems, had not been In vain.
:H. L 14.000 skilled and unskilled'but with no experience In I Another such I
combating : : story I Ie that by A boy was about to purchase *
I air craft worker And that t.n'tl I the evil presented by such I Helen Norris, "Something More seat for a cinema In the afternoon.
Ideal are Jib stars-we never an: the old army mule, the "lowly'problems. Crime the greatest: :Than Earth. The author It a The box office man asked "Why .,
reach them but like the mariners [animal without pride of ancestry public enemy, In attacking the na native daughter of Miami where aren't you at school" "Oh If* ell

en the tea, we chart our count by or hope of posterity", I is to be tion's youth, la striking at the very th. received her early education right sir said the youngster ear. j

them.-Ctrl Schun. I/largely replaced by motorized army womb of civilization. 'But it was during the yean spent ,nettly, "I've got meut ."-Ex. I

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j Friday_ April 25.1941 .V" THE HOMESTEAD LEADEltENTERPRISEP.II",./.. Five
-- -- --- -- - -

I mI[ tIi'.l!! llluhIln llhIlURiiflliilll{ i. ment last week with prospect' .daughter to the train. The guest E. R. Goldberg of Homestead discussed contain booze valued st $4JOM
of betweent 10 and IS can this were: Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith, avocado culture In Dade Instead of the famous South Dade
week." Mr. and tin. Given Victor Mr.I County . .- product:

1 and Mrs. Fred G. Gamer; Mr. and _M. . The prospective graduates
20 Years AgorJnllllllnlllllllllllllllllJlIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIJ Apr. 14, 19M Mr*. J. L. Batchelor, Mr. and Mrs. I from the grammar school (Red-
-"The local boys journeyed to Chas. T. Fuchs, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.E. land Farm Life School) will have THE MAIL BOXNEW

I Larkin Sunday where they added H. Hiner and daughter, Gwen-,,:their class day program as liven -...-............-.--
: the first scalp to their belt, beating dolyn." I I below. There... thirty-five cantdldates RESPONSIBILITIESAccepting
the Larkin team 6 to 3. Although I --'Henry Brooker was given a for grammar school cer

i TW MtovtPS an t.anMttB we" the Larklnite borrowed surprise party at the Mercantile 1 1 tificates. Salutatory, Grace Shepherd an Invitation from
,... ,".. .f the 1. their battery from the Princeton ; piano solo Doris Wever Pastor Robert II of
_.Ufrk> MtoMfcM ..... IS. 1t.1. oc-casion( ', ; Spear Vf
r the Usk ..._ .d team and secured other out-of- Ida history Annie Kerfoot; class Homestead Church of the Naia-
,. ....M Otto IT. IMU whk Ik* a. town players, they were completely .day. Mr. Brooker succeeded in I[prophecy, Dan Lewis chorus,
MM4 UC1- outclassed at ill points. The !blowing out the candles with one:class; class poem, Eleanor Bauer; rene, lost Sunday evening, the Rev.

Apr. 21, mi Homestead team was composed ot ,ibreath Indicating that there were t declamation Van Lear Moore; vocal George E. Deuel, former pastor of

-The eighth grade graduatesof Jeddordsp; Hobbs, ,c; Joe Gran- not, too many of them I' solo. Nellie Strange; class will. Florida City and Redland com-
I I the Homestead school will bold tham, 1 b; Llndgrem, 2 b; Mead, Victor B. Wallam who ha John Barnes; valedictory, Edna munity churches, preached to theyoung
their graduating exercises at the 3 b; Chubb, as; Berger, cf; Summer been In the hospital in Washington Shepherd; play Lucille Cowman,
school house Monday night next end Fuchs, U; Blue, rf . :' D. C, mad a surprise visit to'!Cords Etherldget Fred Kufeldt . people an exceptionally
when County Superintendent Chas.i -"Mra. Frank Skill entertained ,his father' home here Thursday -.The graduating exercises will conclude brilliant and masterful sermon
charmingly at luncheon Friday afternoon ; 4 the school year and this pro- From Jesus' words, "I must work
M. Fisher will present the certificates I
I, of promotion . ." last, having as her guestof I -"w:D. Home leaves next week'gram will be held on Friday night the works of Him that sent meNotwithstanding ".
honor, Mrs. E. H. Hiner, who for Moore Haven, where he ha.May Bin. There are four candidates ; the large numberof
-"Mrs. J. A. Sutton left Tuesday left the following day for her home large fanning interests." for graduation this year, at youths present, one could hive
evening; for her former home I heard a pin fall, so close the
In Kalamazoo, Mich. . loin.SkIU' -"Carl Tweedefl. Willard Sev- 'follows: Lorene Hosack Alma
In Ohio, to be gone the entire attention.Mr. .
guests were Mr*. J. A. Schumacher
ery, Vernie Rohrer' and Harry Will Caves and
summer. Smith. Mr*. Carl Deden, Mrs. E. Webster who returned from Stanley Burrows . ." fteuel's sermon scintillatedwith
-"J. S. Caves expects to go on H. Hiner, Mrs. Fred Gamer Mrs. I humor at times, but on Its
Gainesville Monday night, reported -I -"Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Potter I
a two or three months' trip to Madison E. T. Knowlei, Mrs. J. L. Batch- having a fine time." j and son, Horace and Mrs. Brock- heels trooped earnest appeal thai
Fla where number of his t told In the heart of
a elor, Mrs Lee Lehman and Mill every young
ett, Mrs. Potter' mother left Saturday
J. T. Vann has sold his houseon
relatives live, leaving about the Othelia Fuchs." man and woman. H* made plain
, North Krome avenue to M. P. night for their home inj I'i
middle of May." 'to everybody, the truth, that we
I 'Hobart Crabtree and B. M. I
North Haven, Conn. (Florida
Walker for a consideration of .
"Robert Hammitt is employed Duncan are surveying the ,route $4,000 . ."' City) I have entered a new epoch of privilege
a* a clerk in the post office, succeeding ot the proposed Key Largo road 'jarr1.d and opportunity, such as
Roselle Camber." this week. They'.re beginningat "David Reuther Sullivan Jr. -"Mr. Crleibsch has bought no other generation has ever had,
at the Homestead Hospitalon "The Nutme, from H. J. Brock- but that with It all, intrudes
the Florida City canal, six miles a
= Brooker Sr A. L. "
I ) ett. (Florida City)
s t'lec Hook and Henry '.out and working south." Sunday. I burden of duty and responsibility,
-"A farewell party was given "Among the many conventions -"Mrs. J. M. Leach left Mondayfor such a* ne'er'a.. before.
Brooker Jr. at Sunday
were Jupiter -
\{ Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hiner by Mrs meeting in Miami lately none interests Miami to make her home therewith I The ag I* Incomplete withoutthe

went fishing.swimming Incidentally first, and fished they I Lee Lehman at her home at Florida local people Jike the horticultural her daughter, Ruby. (Flori- heroic voluntary taking upon
City Saturday night. Mrs Leh- meet being held there da City) ourselves of personal accountability
with their bathing suits on. A* a
result man' guest attended the 'movie his week. Quite a number of "South Dade has begun the shipment he said And doesn't It take ,
the proprietor and several
clerk of the Mercantile looked then motored out to their home Homesteaders ,ar* attending and of a neW+ brand of tomatoes, hold upon all Christians, as well .
where a jolly time was had until also on the program. Wednesday according to reports from Jack as the young*
suspiciously at who jvavedpaws
anyone train time, when the guests all accompAnied being, 'Avocado and Mango Day', sonville. A car billed from Per- HOLLISTER SAGE.
too the that
p near .parts. ." Mr. and Mrs. Hiner and W. J. Krome was chairman. . rlne as 'tomatoes',was found to Homestead, Apr 24, 1941. +
1 usually get sunburned -.--
I -'Mr. G. D. Camber and i

daughter, Rosella, left Tuesday for
their home in Indiana."

-"An organizer for the order
of the 'Red Deer', a social organization -
for business men has been in t
town this week. Mr. Scott signed 4.a,ptwr .
Up, among others S. A. King, J.
:A. Sutton, R. E. Edwards, A. C.
Craw, W. Jf Carter, J. B. Tower,
F. L. Skill and W. T Pennlngton.
-"H. L. Cheney is the father of
R young man who arrived at the
Chenyeny home at Naranj on
Monday at midnight. Frederick
Thomas Cheyney was the handle

"Bernlce McCuUough, who has
been visiting her father at his
grove at Sliver Palm, left last week
for her home In Ft. Worth Tex."

-Miss Madeline Lucille Roberts -
1* a new arrival at the Homestead Buys
hospital, appearing the ....B a .Ponti

scene Sunday Her parent are ..,.. -.' for ac4lnd
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Robert of _
Larkin --.,

-"Proof that the tomato business Aq
Is on the go Is given by the ter S S
fact that the Homestead Grower fa
:Association banked at one shot ctinn
$ 2.000 for tomatoes sold during
One week. They are working night --
and day getting off a large crop.
Seventeen car were the ihip-



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Day-after-day delay la seeking -
Chiropractic aid only adds ..--- _,,,pof1ijj ,

to ill-health's discouragement. ". A COMPARISON of price will show add the scores of other advantage PoMiac '
;Make up your mind that y .sWILL seek Chiropractic's benefit docs_a ItitU more than the deluxe repntatkNi for dependability mesas it's worth [&WAtldeaMAWAV.SWiVAa'AMU]
: before another weary d.,'. -.IeI.oldl.fcrnnJrrfrarfUrvft However,this sore to you at grade-la time then. yo.TI a4 f- 11
end. We are waiting to afford difference itself is not ....ponu.. la fen It Is wand why more people ore burros PoelM' thls-
'you an Adjustment's aid-why delay so whcWI owners say If s hardly noticeable year than ever before. Why doalyan am your .
hour? when spread near monthly paymtnu. Ponuec dealer today.
another suffering
", j
But the enr dependability this slight tOference . .
r e
BOCKS bars. IS important. J !.oar Mes ere roNTMC: rwcM BEOIM AT 6a Pow tire ,
hundreds of letters from owners indicating PC LVU -rowwo" MX Bunvn covn 1
9:360. It; 20.4:3IOtoa that... phrase-"Built to Last IOO.OOO Miks"only o.u.-J as hm.o Mkusaft Sass ses q
1I1f WITS Trig
Twdars: .:It to U; S to I M begins so describe POIII aC'a long life Neal ......." sar.wdn-assn.. Prim WVKjfeiMM UII ads 1Dl1lJfl ,
Baadays by Appointment and _bIe-free *-- Awl when yon mlfKl tt usage tnktan satire \


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and the clinic. ,Mr. Blackburn' meet at Snapper Creek for I train*

speech, room is nearing comple Ing course. There will be swim*

I tion., ming and otter fun also, ,
Homestead High-Lights II! The painting and de oratlrii.iabehi Saturday at 4.30 we are going

done enlrely by the student, to travel over to Miami Beach

and paint Is not bought for another and stop at different places on the

room until the one finished way. We drill be home by 4:30,

II, II S. Girls Take PartIn Theatre Manners I Boys Plan to Prepare is thoroughly Inspected.The We are to bring lOc and a nosebagand

District Track MeetBy Luncheon for MothersBy 1 student council Is hoping to drinking water
Compiled! by Alta Connor finish all rooms this year, but as Letters of thanks were sent to

Annabel PetersSome Last Friday Mr*. Rutland assigned -j Reae-Bllelle time is growing rather short, the Rufus Ashby and Mr. S. Hurt for
a theme on good manners finishing of the remaining rooms the lovely shells which they
of the Homestead High Next week the boys' home economics -
j I
I in the theater far Monday. The will be undertaken next year to our collection.
girls participated In the class will lighten their
I two best paper that were selected Mrs. Gallaher sent us a book
trick meet that was held mothers' work by serving them a I on
are below. flower .
April II, 1941, at rrlda"j! The seventh grade paper was very delicious luncheon.The Girl Reserves InvitedTo arranging.Barbara Smith 'was hostess

la Miami Beach. Thou written by Selma Mendelson. It ninth grade girls In their Anniversary PartyBy
t pating were: Ellen read: second series of luncheons have

t Ity Kemp, Mary Robert, I The theater I* one of the most planned to serve a group of teachers Evelyn Syke Homestead 4-H BoysBy
Redd, Annabelle Petera, which includes: Mrs. Hood,
Important place for good manner The sixtieth anniversary of the
Cykes, Dorothy Sullivan, Therea'j to be observed, and yet It is the Mrs. Thurman, Mrs. Wynn Mrs. Girl Reserves will be celebrated Billy Murray
Nelson and Barbara HilL I Cooper, Mrs. Blackburn, Mrs.
place where most of us forget our April 29 at Matheson Hammock.
Although they didn't manner Murphy, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Gal- I All Girl Reserves of the United The meeting was called to orderon

thing the girls did the best they "When person I II shown to his laher, Mrs. Bleier and Mrs. Rut- States and their parents are in- April 22, 1941, at the school

could and showed good aklll and"lwl1' seat he should be careful not to land. vited. Games and races of all auditorium. We said the pledge

iportimanihip. disturb the other people by step The tenth grade girls have sorts will be enjoyed by the girls. and had the roll call and told
Ell..i Schallern cam In third In] planned to serve themselves. about
ping on their feet ormaking unnecessary What the Girl Reserves stand our projectWe
the 100-yard dash but dldfrt come 1 noise."Anybody : for Is not well enough known., had election of officers.
In third In the final heat. Ellen la,
habit Camera Club at Work I They
who has the of, They are junior members of the were as follows: president
one of the belt players. snoring should not go to the theater On Action Pic tines Young Women's Christian Association Jack Kemp; secretary, Ernest
The coniiited of basketball
game until he has taken a good nap,! from 12-11 years old.

throw, 50-yard dash 100-1 because even though he doesn't By EveljB Sjrkea : Their slogan Is: "As a Girl Reserve That Was AU1!

4 yard dash, baseball throw, shot!I,like the picture, his neighbor maybe The Camera Club has been taking I will try to face life squarely The customer smiled at the little

put, standing broad Jump, running enjoying It very much. pictures of the school during to find and give the best" girl who was left In charge of the
broad jump, relay race, high .
"Booing In the theater Is pastry shop"Don't .
very, activity period. There will be a
Ing, three-legged race, and ump-I unmannerly because it disturbs you feel tempted to
contest among the members to see ART CLASSES MAKE PURSESBy eat
war.We the audience. The person on the one of those cream torts my
be ab'e' who can have the best action pictures. Aid Conner
win hope to to screen can't hear you, so why boo 'I They will be judged on I A new Job has overwhelmed the dear?" she asked. '
and more games at next year'strack "Some people have the habit of, The little girl appeared quit
meet.Juniors April SO.Mary . students of the art classes, taught
clearing their throat or coughingonce I by Mrs. Gee. However, the pock shocked. "Of count not. That

too often at the point when' Jo Close Elected et book making very Interesting wouldn't be right I only lick
Will Present you are most interested In the Journalism' Club HeadBy 'because these particular purses are them.
College Play May 16 picture. to be made entirely from different
The next and last theme that. varieties of dried grass. SUBMIT BILLS BY MAY II
was elected ,was one written by Annette CampbellThe
All those having bills
By Mabel Ruth Pope a or accounts -
Radfot utt Journalism Club started its
: read
Mary : against the Redland District
The junior play "Going Places" ;
| march forward last week with the
"The theater 1 where
a place
Homestead Girl ScoutsBy
by Glenn Hughes is really on the Chamber of Commerce are hereby
| election of Mary Jo Close as president -
people to enjoy themselves
go. The scene la laid at Dartmouth go Mary Catherine Saber notified that all outstanding bill
College, a co-educational Institution If you are always moving about and Atlhey Kemp as vice- and accounts must be presented

in New England.The ,coughing, and talking It will annoy president In writing not later,than May IS,
play has some Interesting the people around you and cause The club I Ie starting a new scrapbook The achievement chart was 1M1 otherwise they will not be
that will contain all of the
character and the entire school is i them to loa the pleasure for checked this week for dues being given serious consideration. ,
articles written In the past as wellss
looking forward to its performance which they came. paid. It was also checked for EDW. STILING, President
on May 16.JUNIOR. I "When at the theater, try not future newspaper articles. those handing cookie money. T. E. KIRBY, Treasurer. .

to cough as It distracts the attention Mrs. Gee contributed covert for, On May I the senior scouts will (Apr. 18, 29, May 2, B, 16, 1941) .
the book and before we knowit
of those around from
you .. .
HIGH NEWS the work will be under --- ---" -
) I the picture. Also do not talk for way.
AIda Conner '
I By If you do those near you will not
''A film on the testing of good and be able to hear what i II being said Student Council Works HOMESTEAD. SWIMMING POOLOpen
eggs, the proper storing of
egfi In refrigerated rooms, and on the screen. On Fourth Painting Job I A. M. to 11:1* P. M. Sandayi 11.SP.M.
"It show very bad manner to Fed Cleaned Every Monday. Cleac AH Day
large-scale egg production was while a picture Is In ...- '
pop gum
shown a few days ago In Mr. Hest sion. By Geneva V... 'I| Water Tested Every Day

1: ter's) science cIA.... The film In the school beautification pro MONTHETTICKETS
"Do not put your feet on the
I proved to be very Interesting because seat in front of you. Even If no gram proposed by the student Family, fLM; Adult; |1.M; Children 7Se
It gave the names of the council the following rooms have I
occupies it right then If
dlfferecnt kinds of chickens. one you been painted and redecorated: the ART:McKEE, Mgr. :
put your feet on It, some one may
Health classes for the girls that home ec l'OOI1Ithe boys' rest room .
-'- J
get his clothes dirty from it later."Try .
are; Instructed by Miss Cook are .
to be on Ime when you go .. .
still studying the proper treatment 4vebetween iI.i
to the show 3 pictures -
of broken limbs of the body.
II not In the middle of one. .
A surprise Is to be given by
I Miss Behrens to the girls of the A
seventh grade math'class if they surprise packages. Their contests I
i quickly finish their math books. are a secret.The _
: Germ charts are being made by children In Mrs.

:i each general science student: Although room made pretty bowls MO"r"1 I
fodils in art Last, ) .
the' students
at present
Bird tested the pupils' "horse OF THESE FAULTS
ant not sure of the artistic value .
: of the charts they know the charts tense".
: will help them understand the! Mr*. Wynn's class la enjoyingthe
I ten new books Mabry Scarborough -
and of
( surroundings micro 9 .
loaned to the class Thursday -
I organisms. II' | .
This and the the class made book reports. ',
Thursday Friday, .!'-
"' seventh grade speech classes are) The fifth and sixth grade classes '1'.1 '"' .
have chosen the regular team to \ .
to make a of
speech on some type .
: ;} tree and Its history play', Redland. "--.':.; I ;.. .... Lacks..fGwer. and Speed! .. rt..... ,
Miss Cook Is planning to start : "

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; attended a convention of the Wo- avenue have purchased a home on Charlie Barker joined her Sunday :
f ; man's Auxiliary of Episcopal Coconut Palm drive near Cooper and Monday and returned home
churches. Mrs. Klngman is president road and will move there this j'with her Tuesday.Krv'anOlfs.: I
In and AroundI1omesead of !the.local auxiliary. .' week ., --- I
:. I ---..... : *--' ; *, Iw Forsyth are !
I j Mn. G. Donaldson of Tavernier Mrs: Burley Dendy undewent a spending a week visiting their son i
and her son Wayne were guests major operation in the Kendall land daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
( of Wednesday.Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds hospital Tuesday.Mr. W. Fonytlt of Fernandina. I

and : Walte-&hutt::
Mn. Charles Hagamanof Mrs and Mrs.
j' Mn. Maggie Dkint of Thomas- Denver and their small daugh Albert Oxland left Thursday for
Mn. Albert Geo. Farrel of Ravenna Monday with Mr. and Mn. J. M. ville, Ga, is visiting her son-in-j ter, Linda Sue who have been Walled Lake, Mich., where they
Ohio, I II viiitlng her mother, Holferty. They met Mr. King In:,!law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mr. Hagaman's brother- will spend the summer
Mn. W. D. Home. ,Miami Tuesday after he completed''M.| W. Craft In-law and sister, Mr. and Mn.
,a two-month air tour of SouthI tMra. ['Thomas Doyle on West Coconut Mr. and Mn. ,E. Brockoff of
Mn. J. L. Burton left Saturdayto America. J. C Craft of Redland road:I Palm drive, plan to leave tomorrow Fort Pierce were week-end guests
visit her ion and daughter-in- I has been called. to Beulahville, for visits In Staten Island of F. B. Lelnlnger,
law Dr. and Mrs. Joe Burton in I" Mn. J. C. O'Neal of Tampa her N. C.. because of illness of her New Jersey and Canada.
Atlanta. idaughter. Miss Sarah Bess O'Neal,I parents. i Mrs. R. ,W. Mulllni and Mrs.
I ____ I
I and Mrs. M. N. Boyd of Miami visited -I I Joyce Wollam and Mary Engle Lloyd Delta attended an Eastern
Mr. and Mn. F, J. Bytngton of Mr. and Mn. Adrian Jacobs Miss Beulah Leeds of Philadelphia : had tonsils removed In the James Star meeting In Hialeah Tuesday
Chicago arrived Saturday to spend Wednesday, Miss O'Neal remainedfor arrived Saturday to visit her Archer Smith Hospital yesterday. evening.
two weeks with Mn. Byington's a visit of !several weeks with brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and -
liter, Mn. Chai. W Camp. .Mr. and Mn. Jacobs. Mrs. Frank W. Stillman. J. B. Hardee of Homestead left Miss Emma Gardner will leave
I I Tuesday: for Pahokee where he Saturday for a short stay In MIami -
Mn. Mathilda Williams who has | Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hawley of Mrs. Thelma Mcdarrah will be will stay for several months. before going to Washington,
been spending part of the winter 221 N. W. Ninth avenue, Miami returned to her home tomorrow !D. C. and Philadelphia for the
with her son-in-law and daughter I'announce the birth of a daughterin from the James Archer Smith Hospital Mn. W, H. Cast spent summer.
Mr. and Mn. David William In Victoria Hospital Miami Fri-( where she underwent an operation day with Mrs. Dan Wednea-I -
Homestead, left Wednesday with day. last week. Coral Cables. I George Lessen who spent the
another son and daughter-in-law I I winter here left Wednesday for his
Mr. and Mn. John Williams of!Ii 1----1 I Mr. and Mn. L. Andersen of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smythe of home In Olnutedvllle, N. M.
Coral Cables, for her home In Homestead left Wednesday to accompany I Bauer drive and their family spent Redland spent the week-end in I -
West Brownsville, Pa. I Mn. Dunn's brother, J. L.' the week-end In West Palm Beach. Fort Myers. I Mr. and ;;: E. J. Reid I

: ',Dent, to his home in Blackshear, left Wednesday for Tampa before
Mr. and Mr: W. Calkins and Ga. i j I Mn. Ida Elchenberger and Mrs. Henry Grover of Islamorada 1 1a Is i I'proceeding to their summer home
Mr. and Mn. Wilson Ludlum of I I Edwin Black and her son, Bobby,I patient in the James Archer In Conkllnvllle N. Y.
I 1----1 of Naranja spent Sunday with Mr. Smith Hospital
Miami returned Friday from Orlando --
where they attended the Florida State College for WomenIn Black at Ochopee. I I I Mr. and ;;::. Sam TomaM
meeting of the Floridi State Horticultural Tallahassee, is confined to the Miss Anne Powell is expected bought the Jim Black property on
Society.Mr. infirmary with mumps according Mr. and Mn. 1. A. Grace and ,.to return Sunday from a visit of Avenue B last week. They planto
to word received by her mother daughter Katherine, and Mr. and several days to her former homeIn make extensiveimprovements
and Mn. J. A. Pollard and Mn. C. T. Harper.Mr. Mn. John T. Hunt, all of Miami, Fernandina. immediately.
daughter, Yvonne: will leave today pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I
for Tampa where they will visit I and Mrs. B. C. Murphy entertained Sam J. Davis. I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dalton of
Mn. Pollard's brother-in-law and on Wednesday Mn. Geo FLORIDA CITYBy New Haven, Conn., were guests of
sister, Capt. and Mn. A. L. Hutch-j Pasteur and Mrs. Chas Weekly Mn. Avis Bitting of South Al- Mr*. W. W. Sever Mn. R. J. Shepherd last week.
inson, before going to their home both of Ocala. lapattah Gardens underwent an -...
in Sweetwater Tenn. operation in the James Archer Mr. and Mn. Horace Bryan announce -
---:.- I I A six-pound son was born to Smith Hospital Tuesday. Mn. and Mrs. David Snow will the birth of a son on Apr.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Lewis and Mr. and Mn. Jack Gatlln In the I leave this week for their summer 10.
baby, Sidney, left Friday for their]James Archer Smith Hospital Fri Mr. and Mn. D. P. Plake have home In North Branford, Conn.
home In Decatur after a visit with day. Mrs. Gatlln is the former returned to their home in South Walton Dixon of Pahokee spent
Mn. Lewis' parents Mr. and Mn. Miss Betty: Lou Harris. Allapattah Gardens after a visit Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Phillips left the week-end visiting with hit
B. C. Murphy. They will visit Mr. ---- with friends and relatives In Con- Saturday for Ruskin, Fla. mother, Mn. J. H. Dixon.
and Mrs. Morris Gray, brotherinlaw Mr. and Mn. J. M. Holferty of cord, Ga.
and sister of Mrs. Lewis, in South Allapattah Gardens had as
I I Mn. Fred Barker returned Tues- Mr. and Mri:W. WT? Severy and
Ocala :before -to a week-end guest, Mr. Holferty'snephew
home. returning thejr t I Robert Sutherland of Mr. and Mn. J. W. Irwin who day from a one-week visit In Key daughters, Wilfred and Warrene,
111. formerly lived on North Krome 'West. Mrs. Harry Degler and little (Continued on Page Eleven)_
Mn. C. D. Eaker will return -
morrow from Lakeland where to-I I Mrs.. B. M. Hindman and Miss
represented the W. S. C. S. of Bertha Nill Hausman will attend a
Homestead Methodist Church meeting of the Southeastern Florida .r" !,"
conference. Home Economics Association : J,.
in the Green Lantern Restaurantin '

Mr. and Mn. Carl Drawdy are I' Coral Gables. Saturday. '. .
announcing the 'birth of a seven- '- ....... .o .J. .. .
pound six-ounce'draglfier In the Mn. Clara Van Winkle has been '
James Archer Smith ,Hospital seriously 111 for the past three UseRedland
. Tuesday: weeks.
, -
Editor Grosvenor of the National Mn. Stanley Wittkop who underwent -
GeognphlawMagatine: ; ,< and Mn. an operation in the Jamel
, Grosvenor, were visitors to Royal Archer. Smith Hospital a week
Palm State Park'Tuesday on their ago will be returned to her home I Brand

I way to the Cape- Sabto-wglon today.Mr.: .- : r. . .
'where Mr. Grosvenor-'pUnned to r .
study tropical birds.' ** ' and Mri/W:K.:Raas of (Redi ..I
land had as guests last week Mr.
, will; and Mrs. Chas. Manhall of Fort
J. D. Redd return .today
Wayne, Ind* and St. Cloud, Fla.
. from a business vjslt to Tallahas- Fertilizer
see.r" .
t Mr. and Mrs. A. J. VanMarterleft
Thomas Johnstone who has been Sunday for their summer homeIn I
I a patient In the James Archer Ithaca. N. Y. Their first atop
t Smith Hospital will leave tor- the was In Miami where they: spent the

r Bay Pines' hospital fof veterans night with friends. On Your Groves
tomorrow. He will be taken, toy
the hospital by hit brother. Dr. J. Mrs. Maud E. Chandler and Mrs
E. Johnstone, and E..L...Laurence. Carl Wagner left Tuesday to attend -
a' W. S. C. S. conference In

t Mn. Rufus King; of Wenatchee. Lakeland.
' Wash her daughters, Mn. Walter For Results
, Hlltner of Seattle and Miss Katherine Mn. Ralph Klngman will return!
. and her son,Wilfred spent today from Fort Myen where she!

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I{, son . Social Events-in South Dade : . 0 All III !


-- announcing the marriage of their --
Fourteen members of the Wo The meeting was closed with the daughter. Oveida, to John C. Haleyof The University Club member' graduating classes of the two local '
man's Club of Homestead and the singing of "God Bless America". Bangor, Me., In Key West Wed and friends will ice a PanAmerican -' schools will h- held en Wednesday
J"nlor Woman's Club of Homestead Hostesses for the senior club nesday. Airways technicolor film tt May U. at the home of Mrs. Howard :
volunteered to serve in one were Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Smith The bride wbre a rose crepe their meeting I Wednesday evening Johnson. Hostesses for the
of the Red Cross surgical dressing Mrs. McCready, Mrs. Henry Ruegg, ensemble with matching accessor it 8 o'clock In the Neva King occasion: will be -the members of
+ workrooms In Miami one day this and Mrs. Shore I ies.Her Cooper auditorium. the social committee, Mrs. Paul
week in response to a plea made Hostesses for the junior club early years were spent in The Redland and Homestead Reynolds, Mrs. Lonnle Hood, Mrs. 6
by Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, were: Mrs. R. E. Sherard, Mrs Homestead but she was ,r.du.ledtrom faculty member, Rotary Club, Bevo Webb, Mrs. 11:. B. Blackburn I\i
president of the Dade County Federation ,' Ennls and Mrs. Ansel Barrow. Pahokee High Sschool and Lions Club, Homestead Business and Mrs. Ruth L. Scott.
of Women's Clubs, .nd' Other Woman's Club members later attended Homestead Business and Professional Women'i Club The final meeting of the year
Mrs. J. Avery GUY tOIl, chairman ol present and their guests were: College. The past year she had Woman's Club of Homestead and I will be a pot-luck dinner meetingat
Red Cross for the federation, at Mrs. W. R. Anderson, Mrs. Zeke been employed in the Western Junior Woman' Club of Homestead the home' of Mrs. George 1.. I I
the installation meeting of the two Martin, Mrs. T. L. Hodges, Mrs Union Telegraph office In Homestead have been Invited to attend Polk. Husbands of the members
clubs Monday evening In Folllard'l O. H. Cronwall, Mrs H. L. Bar- I and had recently been transferred !the meeting. will be guests. Election of officers i

Restaurant Additional help for nard, Mrs. R. R. Kinard, Mrs. W. to Key West. The club's annual tea for: the will precede the dinner. a
next week was promised so that E. Rheney, Mrs. Joel J. RobinsonMrs. The bridegroom Is chief radios
the Dade County quota can be A. L. Lanier, Mrs. Annie R. operator on a U. S destroyerwhose I [I
(' met by May 1. Butler Mrs. W. W. Johnston, Mrs home port is Key West He CHURCH GROUP GIVES

"Forget boundaries, go across the H. B. Beattle, Mrs. R. J. Elliott left Thursday for the Canal Zone. MR. AND MRS. T. C. SHACKLEFORDSmith

street and get your neighbor to Mrs. J. H. Dixon and Miss Primrose .

go with you to any Red Cross Prltchard Mr. and ,Mrs. T. C. Shackleford Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Smith,
Other Junior Club members The Calendar
dressing room and volunteer )'Ourhelp" housewarming Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott,
were surprise
said Mrs. Weintraub. "If present were: Mrs. Herbert Turner ..,_.... .. .. ,- given a
and shower at their home on Mrs. T. T. Bowen, Mrs G. A. West,
} you can't work a whole day, come Mrs. Virginia Walton, Mrs Apr. Homestead band and N. W. Thirteenth street In Homestead Mrs. Bert Andrews, Mrs. J. R.
for a few hours" The federation's Roberta Harrison, Mrs. Ceo H. glee club concert in Neva King by the officers and teachersof Dorte), Mrs. T. D. Plche, Mrs.
project this year Is home defense Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Clifton DeBerry, Cooper School at 8 o'clock. the First Baptist Church of Polk, Myron Grennell, Judson
and Red Cross work, she said. Mrs. W. B. Caves Jr. Mrs. T. J. Apr. 25-Meeting of HomesteadArt I Homestead. Pickard. Barbara Jean Smith Dick

"In order to secure a Red Cross Walker, Mrs. Frank Bernecker Club at home of Mrs. HenryRuegg During the evening various and Bill Scott Ann and Catherlne -,
surgical dressing room here Mrs. Mrs Robert Glenn, Jr. Mrs. Alma 8 o'clock. I
lames were played, and Mrs. Julia Shackleford and J. Lee Smith,
Guyton said, "the use of a lane Doxsee, Mrs. Ernest Sherard and Apr. 2ft-AnntlAl spring dance ftf I IJu.J" Polk gave several humorous'Jr.
I room would have to be donated Mist Geraldine Reitz.B. ; Wocl; b in Chamberof readings. '

and at least 30 women a day would Commerce building. Cookies! and
punch were
have to volunteer to work. That Apr. 29-Wornan' Club of
Present were: Mr. and Mrs. OJaLa'I
(' would Include the Instructress and Homestead garden party for graduates Shackleford, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
her At Its luncheon meeting in Tap- I Patty Robinson, daughter of Dr.
helpers. She asked those of H- H. S. Mcllwain, Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
awlngo Inn Monday the Homestead and Mrs. Cart F. Robinson, entertained
I present to save burlap field and _Apr. 30-Meeting of University
fertilizer bags to be used as sandbags B. P. W. C. decided to change its Club in Neva King Cooper auditorium the members of the "Kill
In ease of war. business meeting to the first I for Pan-American moving :O. F. MrlNTYHK TO SPEAK Kaire Klub", an organization of
Mrs. Weintraub Installed the: Monday of the month. picture program. ,AT ART nUll MEETINGO. twelve-year-old girls, with si

Woman's Club officers: Mrs. H, K. Installation of officers will beheld May 1-Meeting of Episcopal I F, McIntyre, Miami artist'and swimming party and_ picnic Tuesday *
Foulk, president; Mrs. Orin E. May 5, it was decided. Auxiliary with Mrs. W. J. Clark art director of the Miami Daily afternoon.
Smith first vice-president; Mrs Members of the club are Invitedto May 2-Ad Astra Chapter meeting Mews, will speak this evening at After s swim In the municipal
Herman Heinleln, recording secretary attend the University Club's honoring grand officers. a meeting of the Homestead Art pool, the group enjoyed supper
; Mrs. P. J. Franklin, treasurer; meeting in the Neva King Cooper May Installation of officersof Club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. cooked on the outdoor grill at the
Mrs. J. F. Hammett auditor; and auditorium May 30 when Pan- Homestead B. P. W. C. I Henry Ruefg on King's highwaywest young hostesses' home.
J: Mrs. O. W. Calkins, historian. Mrs. American Airways films will be May Meeting of Redland of Richard road. Present were: Dr. and Mrs. Robinson -
J. D. Perkins, second shown, Mrs. Ben Archer, the president Neighborhood Circle Mrs.l I
vlce-preti- with
Mr. Ruegg will talk on woven Audrey Grate, Patty Dawson -
dent, Mrs. B. E. Gatlin, corresponding I announced. Geo. Wrgiht pictures. Leonora Williams Joy Lee,
secretary, and Mrs. L. L. I Present were: Mrs. J. E. Gauz- May Meeting of Garden Clubat Hostesses for the evening will be Barbara Jean Soper. Katherine
Bow, poet laureate, were not present ens, Mrs. Eva Collins, Mrs. Charles home of Mrs. W K. Haas. Mrs. Ruegg and Mrs. Russell An Shackleford. Alice May Ross, Irene
Clinton, Mrs. Green Rives, Mrs. May 6-Music and speech fesival derson. Cox and Patty Robinson.
Mrs. W. B. McDonald state! Herbert Katz, Mrs. Cina Stewart, for South Dade In Ferrine. '
chairman of junior clubs, installed Mrs. J. E. DaviJ'Mra. Archer Miss May Meeting of Homestead
Anne Lee Anna I ...'t II .ml I' 'JltI una wov ", '..OIU.,
the )junior officers: Mrs. James L. and a guest, Mrs. P. T. A. executive committee In =

Bird, president; Mrs. Burley Den- Meiaersmith. home economics rooms at S p. m.
dy tint vice-president; Mrs. Augustus Mrs. Katz Mrs. Archer and Mrs. May Meeting of W. M. U.ircles. ,
Wynn, second vice-preii- J. F. Hammett represented the DIXIE DRUG
deent; Mrs. Harold Oxford, recordIng club at the Installation meeting of May 8-R. H. S. junior play,
secretary; Mrs. Bruce Ennls, the Miami and Coral Gables clubs Young April." JACK"POLKHomestead HOWARD JOHNSON

treasurer; and Miss Pearl Whit- In the Coral Cables Country Club May I Meeting of Princeton Fla Phones 39 and WI

aker, auditor. Miss, Ellen Huff, Tuesday night Home Demonstration Club at home
corresponding secretary,, was not of Mrs. Walter Peterson at 1:30: I Here Is:* event von want U attend: Became yen need plenty
present AD ASTRA TO HONORGRAND o'clock. of the values-offered on this sale. It's seasonable merchandise,
too-fnsh-full sire p.eb.-cuar.nteed. Smart, thrifty,
After each president was Installed May II-Meeting of Y. W. A. Rexall buyers know what we mean .
Mrs. Calkins read to her anode Plans for entertaining the grand with Miss Dora Scott.
written by Mrs. Bow. officers of the O. E. S. In this) May 14-Meetlng of Bow Book

Mrs. Foulk and Mrs. Bird greeted district, were made at a meeting Club in library at 8 p. m. Stub type STATIONERY )
the guests at the door. of Ad Astra Chapter Friday night. May -H. H. S. junior play In CLINICALTHERMOMETER r GUM A
Mrs. Jas. McCready was toast- in the L.a. O. F. hall. Neva Kin; Cooper auditorium yAlUE

mistress. After an Invocation by ficers, grand representatives and May 16-R. H. S. senior class 60 large sheets-4g large
Dr. Irene Shanklln Mrs. grand chapter committee'memberswill envelopes. Good quality ,
made the address of welcome and be honored on May 2. play.May University Club tea for Take ONE MINUTE chances..Keep vellum.SJfrl.>v A

Mrs. Bird, the response. Mrs. J. Mrs. R. W. Mullins, worthy matron ,senior girls of Homestead and Red-I one no on hand 49C
F. Hammett gave a toast to the gave a report of the grand land high schools. al..a1. III.... ...1.

Woman's Club president, and Mrs. chapter meeting held In Tampa HAND RUBBER $ 25 A
E. A. Buchanan recently. CASE, ).
gave a toait to READ,TilE WANT-ADS I t+ooucr
the junior club president Present at the meeting were: Mr. lows -
Gardenia and Mrs. A. R. Livingston, Mrs.
corsages were
pro- Gussle Joiner, Mrs. Sam J. Davis, ,
vided for the
speakers and officers .
and bauhlnls corsages for the Mrs. J. A. Daugherty, Mrs. Geo. W,, r7oor.or/t.LIQUID WAXGives 4* Shoving Cream
Turner, Jr, Mrs J. W English
others present. I your floors a hard, lustrous
Particularly attractive were the Mm Herbert Katz Mrs. Lloyd I l! finish without It's Cool soothing because h6 TUBE
Delta, Mrs. Mulling Miss Helen rubbing. Tries' A.
table decorations. The centerpiece now shaving pleasure
Livingston, Miss Estelle Turner quickly. 89-
on the speakers' table was and Miss Alice Macomber, I r; is*....... for ow *belt sew.," 35c
I a red white and blue floral piece ,

outlined In ribbon to form a ship. ?
t Garden flower bouquets flanked L.-1MA
raissos Re
'k. by long sprays of salmon-tinted GLASSES ftt'f YEt 7

gladioli formed the other center- r EPSOM SAITsBffRaV
pieces. Effective also wer-nu T. racier

merous other bouquets of the gladJo Amore ft Winds, dual long &i*. kEflNED
U. Yisi.as ....,e. Ing hours often ea seeye PlesnmtV*tr floor bitter,
Miss Virginia Klnner, a senior 1 ,, Wlda.Thernsique- the I that burning.. Etcher t sew lesoause extra teflned.2Jfe .
method .COAU frrit.tiw6.
b.otsrlr CH.
a a
at Homestead High School, introduced tMA.I.
was ,
bottle t
aa4q eoaroraaDl.1 M I ICNlII" I of Eyelo and give
by Mrs B. M. Hlndman I IP oyes thh Mrwttrboth"
as an applicant for one of the fee ci Mr iti yelp Maalmprovemeet
scholarships offered by the Dade oe & 'I&;
.. County Federation. d meets old tormala.

\ Those who volunteered to do
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Mierw.M atw t she
Red Cross work one day this week peege a is wet, Ad I
yen owl.
: were: Mrs. Foulk. Mrs. J. R. i AbeFWWWW"" I Ice Cream Made Fresh Daily,
+ Brooks Mrs L P. McLean, Mrs. Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr. =; I Wag"
: R. O. Shore, Mrs. Herbert KaU ALICE'S BEAUTY
Mrs. Calkins, Mrs. C. B. Wltheaur L. W. Stebbins : II In Our StoreiiiiEw
Mrs. Ennla Mrs Oxford, Mrs., I PARLOR,
Wynn Mrs. E L. Crowson, Mrs., IMS W. Falw St. MUaol .; IS-U HiCrOTT Afteft I
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Phone I-ttM ASh *- *> 0 ntn M
Olla Wright M'DoI'othy' !'tin- Phone Stt-W I ; ." ', 11'011I ,& II w ,
Ups and Miss Whltaker. I

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& M. HINDMAN: ELECTEDTO and Ruth Rutland, Margaret Still- ..++-++++++++..+++

COUNTY P. T. A. OFFICE I.(man. Vara and Anne Rheney Ar-

B. M. Hindman, principal of the,del Parman, Dale Faust Noel StcTtfanl Hints toHousewives

Social EventsGARDEN ,Homestead and Florida City Arthur Brandenburg and
I I schools, was elected member-at- '.Norton and Barbara Jean Wake-

large, one of the ten officers of the{,field. I '
I Dade County Council of Parent-, I
Teacher Association, at a meetingof '''LEO SCHNEIDER RONOED

the association in Riverside AT FAREWELL PARTY I
CLUB TO JOIN IN FEDERATION School In Miami Wednesday.MR. Hf-f.++T-f-++++f++++
Leo Schneider of Naranja who THE WHITE POTATO
AND MRS. McLEAN: a year service With "plenty of aQe
GIVE PARTY FOR VISITOR in the army was honored witha market byword for potatoes, sad

The South Dade Garden Club! the Cassia. A native. wUII.p1aat i Mr. and Mr*. L P. McLean gave farewell party Tuesday night with word tram the Federal Bureau
voted Monday to oo-operate with was idenOfed a* Russell., er the'..bri..pe at their home Friday given by Mr. and Mrs. Walter of Hem Economies declaring

Florid Federation of Garden fountain plant aid K was tccom* eveatoc in honor of Mill Dorothy Peterson ta Princeton. Mr Schneider the cooked vegetable; an *.-
the mended a* Basket plant became .'Phillips of Toronto, Canada will ft to Fort Barrancas at nomicsl and good IOIIr'Ce'ite*
Club In getting a bill; through
legislature to control "th .piscine of Its almost continuous bloom! : wtul-...".riattinl friends and relative Pentacola. mia C, It Is high time for homemaker -
Mrs. Grace McLeUa'n Smith... *>here. : Mrs Peterson and Russell to make the most of the

of signs and This billboard action oft wa Florida'taken an article..birds In Florida which The house was decorated with Hamms were hltn-ecar prizewinners potato In the meal every day.
highways. stated that )00 different birds 4n- standards gladioli and bowls of In 500. Making the most of them dose
Mn. D. W. Shetzline. billboard -
eluding 27 warblers1 are found -in mixed flowers, and in the center Mr. Schneider was presented mean cooking potatoes to save M
chairman had read
an -
from Nature :Magazine tell article abundance 'In the Klssiihmee of .the dining room table was a I with a gift from the group. I much food value as possible-in
prairie and the keecIIoMe'l'll1oD' miniature garden. Gardenia corsages Coffee, cake and sandwiches the Jacket either boiled or baked.
how the motorists' view along
ing were- served. If the potatoes are pared, good)
federal highway from Maine Mrs. James McCreadY' and Mn and boutonniere were given
the I Present besides Mr. and Mrs.
cooking will mean the use of little
Joel J. Robinson were appointee the guest
to Florida it spoiled In many of ,Peterson and the honor guest were:
In the and the
pater boiling using
to serve a* a year book committee The honor guest received linen
beautiful section billboards '
most by
the Mr. and Mr Ray Schneider, Mr.
Roll call was answered by mem- handbag Miss Bertha Will water left after the cooking coup
which clutter the land- Hau'1
and Mn. Wlttenwyler, Mr.
or Such are the rules tor
bers telling how they plan to spend man, high-score prize gravy.
scape. and Mn. R. L. Scott, Mr. and lira.Hamms .
conserving the vitamin and mineral
the summer. given a basket gladioli, and
The meeting was held at the Dr.1 Mrs. Edwin Black and *.
Announcement was made that R. J. Elliott, high-score prize -
home of Mrs. R. J. Shepherd. Mrs. the next meeting will be held MayS ner for men, a tie pin. Mrs. Frank I Wilmer Jensen, So far so good, but making the

Roy Matthew, president, presided. at the home of Mrs. W. K. Haas Webb, low-score prize winner for! most of any food concerns Its taste
MM. O.: W. Calkins told of attending on Farm Life road and that Mr women, received a luncheon cloth,I'[JAY NEWTON ELECTED also. Mashed potatoes, for Instance -

the Florida State Horti- Win. Dunlop and Mrs. Haas will and W,' R. Anderson, low-score;i CO-ED CLASS FESIDENT may well be smooth, light,
cultural Society meeting Orlando be the hostesses. prize winner for men, received a|' Jay Newton wa elected president and fluffy, with none of those unpleasant
and summarized some of the talks Mrs. Shepherd served fresh coconut handkerchief. Miss Phillips received -I' A he Junior Co-ed Class of lumps For no lump,
gIven there. Among the speakers, cake and fruit punch. a Dutch vase filled with the First Baptist Church of Homestead cook the potatoes thoroughly first

she said, was Milford B. Foster of Present were: Mrs. Chas. Ooley, carnations a* cut prize. I at a meeting Tuesday evening of all then mash them thoroughly,
the Tropical Gardens In Orlando Mrs H. F. Potter, Mrs. H. J. Derbyshire Apple pie, ice cream and coffee at the home of Mn. Floy Watson and be sure the milk you add a

who told of his travels In South Mrs. Thomas Ruckle, Mn I were served.Present j teacher. Other officers elect- hot.For
American Jungles to collect orchids led were: Miss Mabel Ruth Pope, the best baked potatoes,
I J. F. Rohrer, Mrj. H. J. Brockett, were: Mr. and Mr P.I!
and bromeliads for his collection Mrs. J. M. Dobbin, Mrs. Elberta J. Franklin, Mr. and Mra. :: KJ I II ,j vice-president; Miss Melba Van I have the oven hot, 400 to 425 degrees

which now Include more than four I I!Buie, Mrs. Annie. R. Butler Mrs Foulk Dr. and Mr*. Elliott, Mr.)Winkle[ secretary; and Joe By- F. at the start, and bake
hundred different varieties. Mrs Fred J. Fuchs, Mrs. Ben Young, I and Mrs. Webb Mr. and Mr An- [rum, treasurer, I them at that temperature until
Calkins told also of Dr. David Mrs. H. M. Brown, Mrs. Henry derson, Miss Hausman, Miss Phillips -,I Miss Dora Scott Miss Mary Lois they are thoroughly done. Whether -

Falrchilds' talks on exotic fruits Ruegg, Mrs. Hollister Sage, Mrs and Mr. and Mrs. McLean. I I.Dureit and Hugh Bowen were you grease the skin will dependon
and S. J. Lynch' talk on avoca- N. O. Ball Dr. Irene Shanklin, 'placed on the social committee, your family's preference, but

Mrs. E. E. Crowson, Mrs. Tracy, JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB dos.Mrs.. Herman Heinlein, Identification Mrs. Haas, Mrs. Matthews, Mrs HOLDS APRIL MEETING: |I ford and Miss Mary Jane Turner, turn out to be soft-and ,greasy)

chairman, distributed McCready, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Calk- The Stephen Foster Junior Music on the program committee. I II I! Hashed brown potatoes suggest
small plants of the Cassia fistula ins, Mrs. Heinlein, Mrs. Robinson Club held its April meeting at I I After the meeting, the group enJoyed -i an excellent use for those few that
or golden shower tree to the mem- Mrs. Dunlop, Mrs. Shetzllne am the home of Mn. Geo. N. Wake- singing.Present {'are left-over. But there U a trickIn
bers ana told of the varieties of Mrs. Shepherd. field where Barbara Jean Wake-]I besides those mentioned getting that delicious crisp
field was hostess. j were: Misses Catherine and Phyl.i;!brown emit. After! you melt the

Miss Mary Grace English I Us Bell Miss Theresa Redd, Mill fat, add a little hot water before
ALLEN NEAL WINNERIN Club which met In the Redland
I plane solo; Ruth Rutland, Alice Wysong. Miss Betty Ann you add the seasoned potato
BRIDGE SERIES Church. Mrs. L K.irvine .
a violin solo; Arthur Brandenburg -J Marshall, Miss Elizabeth Hall Miss About one-fourth cup of water will
Allen Neal of Miami Instructed the
won the grand prize I a vocal solo I ; and Hilda Dodson Birdie Home, Eldred! Gilmer El- be enough for four cup: of potato
of the of and them bookletson
bridge parties membew gave i
and Mary Ellen Dearlng, a bert West and Sheridan Miller. cubes.
sponsored by the Woman's Club clothing and home Improvement I
of Homestead at the final party vocal duet. Ardtl Parman Jean ..................N..............................N...N.S ...........
I announced that If of the Anderson, Barbara Jean Wake-! i
held Friday night In the clubhouse., It was
field, Dale Faust and Noel Stef-
Prize winners for the night were: group will attend the county
Mrs. R. R. Kinard and Dr. R. J. achievement day observance In fans each played a piano solo. Mn.,
Geo. M. Frick /
current events.
Elliott who made the high score, Miami on Thursday, May 1. gave
Paul Reynolds who made the low J Mrs. J. A. Rotherham gave a re- Present at the meeting were:,I'
Mn. W. a Mill, Mrs. J. R. Rut-!
core, and Mrs. W. E. Rheney who port of the county council meeting :
and, Mn. J. G. Wynn, Mrs. Bevoj! .
got the cut prize.Ho.te. I Present were: Mrs. H. J. Armstrong -
Webb, Mn. T. J. Mn. Lewis)
.... for the evening were Mrs. E. A. Carter, Mrs '
Brandenburg Mn. Frick
Mrs. W. R. Anderson, Mrs. H. K. Seymour Dane, Mrs. J. D. Wysonl Clarice I
Wakefield Miss
Foulk and Mrs. I. P. McLean. Mrs. A. D. Brannen, Mrs. J. H.
Present were: Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Singer Mrs. A. E. Barnes, Mrs and Hilda1 Dodion, Mary Frances I)! 1

Franklin; Mr. and Mrs. Kinard, Mr. Adolph Lopez, Mrs. W. W. Hastings .
and Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Margaret Harrold, Mrs.E. .READ THE WANT-ADS(I

Mrs. Reynolds, Dr. and Mrs. Elli- F. Ray, Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott, '
ott, Mrs. Ida Elchenberger, Mrs. Mrs. Irvine and Mrs. Rotherham. ........ \\1/11h = The tstu

Mae Campbell, Mrs. John Julian, '
Mr J. R. Brooks, Mrs. Rheney, I Miss Betty Blake of South Al-
MM. J. F. Hammett, Miss Dorothy lapattah Gardens, daughter of Mr I

Phillips, Mri. Foulk, Mrs McLean and Mrs. D. P. Blake and president HOMES made I
and Mr*. Anderson. of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sor- are o
I'ority at the University of Miami, nee :

T. W. A. TO CONTRIBUTE returned Wednesday after attending jJi
TO ARCADIA ORPHANAGE the Mu Province conventionat ;

Th Y. W. A. of the First Baptist the University of Alabama. She
Church of Homestead decided at also visited friends at Agnes Scott Homes start with the wisp of a j

Its meeting Monday night at the College In Decatur, Ga., where she r wish and grow quickly by way of j
home of Mrs. R. E. Edwards to send studied during her freshman year.
and facts and fig j
hopes plans,
a certain percentage of its collection -
each month to the Baptist orphanage Miss Betty Ann Marshall of eo-I I' HIndu arcs into the practical stage.That's ; :
In Arcadia. conut Palm drive U planning parties

Mil Mabel Ruth Pope presenteda In honor of Miss Edith Floyd of where we come fntWe'O :
program on "Positive Christians"in Macon Ca. who arrived yesterday fll'J/
which Miss Mary Jo Close, Miss afternoon for a visit of several -
i guide hone ideas f
Mary Jane Turner, Miss Mary days. Miss Floyd came here your

Lois Dureit and Miss Melba Van from Tampa where she had visited along practical lines . tell you :
Winkle took part. relatives. S11sliIII Bernet
fs =
; bow can use "rent j
you your
It --
was announced that the next
liars, frillly . ,
meeting will be held May 17 at the money" to build a modern small :
home of Miss Dora Scott. SPECIAL deielihbll- or.
puntuiIn home on the FHA Plan . advise :
Present were: Mr*. Edwards,
Ills Alice Wysong. Miss Scott THIS- WEEK- oral two you about slew materials . \ .

Mill Pope, Mill Close, Miss Turner : lltisaif ni-
Miss Dureit and Mill Van SUITS 44c I II kin niir U Jtrttlog. Our ideas and advice are free. ?

Winkle. I Call Hi u ill g CD So> eaU us now before yvu'rc

RIDLAND CLUB HAS DRESSES-44c til* ready to build that little IMMM .
of I
knitting work meeting In the LAUNDRY Dcrr. your dreams -

morning and rug making in the SHIRTS __' ., ltJ .
afternoon filled last Friday for Commercial flat. I.... 4e
the Redland Home Demonstration Family finish, flat, Ib.. S*
Family finish. wearier f W. D. HORNE CO. a

F" Or. Leonard >V. Ilaslin'4 apparel. I.... eCash =

I GLASSES: Carry Cleaners i Lumber and Building Materials
.. ... Hardware
>Ml IM>e tr taI I i
l essa.e ed awrs.e .. MRS. ALMA DEARING. 1! UsaaeslsaeV Fla PhMM MttJ.r .
I Ids If. L "?.<' M. ...." raw Prep. i .
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iVridiy April 25. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Eleven

l ;rheChurches I (Continued FLORIDA From Pajs CITY Svenf, "I CLASSIFIED ADS I

guests Sunday at the
were supper
RATE First Insertion 10* i lint; subsequent Insertion
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank

;: ... 5f a lane
!Stalling of Miami.Mr .
1 t BATTIST CHURCH UnavrklM. *rll a" a. Use TlM- .. a iN. 1 .. -- .
'I T. P. L and Jaabn. ..,tine al IrMa
I, 'BOaTMTBAA Dr. I. B. fikiiilna. aap. a Pew sustained w.- awn/or '' *. Tom Cohernouf and four: FOR RENT RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for
Biiadir aeaool at *|4* a. m.j araack* llMa.vDICrrOrf
= av aad Itt p. w l B T. r U. .. i children will leave Saturday for sale cheap. Mrs. H. H. Swing.1J .
61116 Tko .. O. V. CtawtwoO.aaolor. FOR RENT-Residence in Florida
at am Prefer aarrtoo Wadaaaaaft1 ....." arkail. al aide: aroaekla* I Hinton, W. Va. to spend summer J bedrooms N. E 8th it. Homestead
IM P. 116 ., IIIM a. m. aod ,," w.., ak J.." with her mother Mrs. Cal 1 City; fireplace, I .
l OOVUMV-Tka .... lima P4..... par .otlas M .JSt Films -.. '. trio stove running hot and elee-I (tiN
scarf whool as ': 'L Pe w had M '.M. ..... aMMia Wadaaadu 'I Hager. | water two bathrooms
: 04 M U.a i III* .. .. ; FOR SALE Tropirn plants, citrus
M aPrw atrrrim I
., 16 a .. Mr. Johnny Goss and able rent. Apply Leader-Enter. trees and troplcai fruit la
y.-r. EPISCOPAL i.a'u prIae.
son, for Ruskin, season. Jungle Crave, Redlard
I IT. .OMW'/-S. It *oo .4l ewer tad Fla. after I stay of several months' FOR RENT-Clean, all electric: road and Plummet drive.
ntrnci OP TAE SACRED BEABT- Lamb atoaot BoaxaMoad UM Ikn. a T.Bloekford. .
I. B. a.iiaS .-_ Haaiiili.4l" the V.. who. Holy oomaaloa at in Florida City. furnished apartment Mrs Eva LOANS-
T. J. GOUT pattar. aaaaar Baal ate ItM .. w.| seeder askoal at pits| kMn.anror Collins Federal Biscayne
'j a. at"it day aual al TlM aoQr.aaair lag. ai ILFREE ,
( aekool (..." foUowlac.Uok Mrs. Johnny Becker spent Tuesday drive at Modello. (17tf)) : LOANS TO BUILD MODERNIZE
0-..'" tar waam tko gin METHODIST and Wednesday Key West|
*...r of smooth for awe and hor. ta* REPAIR Residential, Grove
MM taaaaf af _.... Holy.... n._ FLORIDA CITT.... BdHk Taaiklra, and returned Thursday with Mr. ( FOR SALE I and Dullness Property
aw before first PrUv af month at t:a. aaadar .rkool. 1* a. m.1 proark-, Becker who has been employed
Haio fine Friday at It** a. ax r'i: : a. ak and 1.SI p. m.t Pierce BJOTVInt. FOR SALE-20 'acres From $30 to $5ooo-tnam I mo. to
Lanky M..1 the Blamed ..- .... tips .. at. Tads Junior. .4.4... there. east glade I S year
show I U f m. Monday. Young .....'. Ma- : vegetable land. Make an offer.,
I'".Nary .....H" ':101 p. m. au_.. No Down Payment-No Red Tape
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH i Mrs. and Mrs George Davis and Virgil Sprinkle Route I. Home SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

FLORIDA CITT -Baal.., *m4 SUlk 'I METHODIST CHURCH infant daughter, Phyllis Ann stead. (p2J I' $200 for 36 mo.-Repay M.38 mo.

UOH. iMiaaar allowed M alas a. m, fnr aOIiUTIIAD-Tbo RM. t. i. HkaordV.pallor. . moved Saturday to Miami where' 38 $13.97 mo
$500 for mo.-Repa
>.pile aaarr SO ron of ant awraluMtrfco kiad.r .._ ., St4t .. m IDEAL 2-CORNER SITE for hotel,
al It .'.....h. WoaVoKlar o.....1.. 'proarkla at II a. a aad 1.M p. Mt. Davis Is employed by the .tourist cabins, trailer park or I.SOO for 80 mo.-Rt'pIl $32.50
ewlf .. wkkk Include oouhraalali of fc..|. I Joator lens al I:" p. amt HI LowarI Florida Power and Light Com-1 I
aid ..tinroiaia.mt _.... aa Cfcrla- rental house*-on South Krome
lac deed a.. a>.| easier '-- al iSa a. mPraror mo.Ask
... __..S a, ah TVl poison to oor..killr rjaotlns at IM: p. m. WodaoalarIIL parry, ] ave. (Oversea Highway and I for FREE Estimate
room la church edition to earn I 1 'IR rALM-Tbo R.,. I. B. Wallorpaour. I boundary street between Home- Without Obligation
roity Tkarolar .aftoraooa, tape ta4rM. wary atkojl ewe. oaday .. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baum, Mrs Head and Florida City Front LOANS can be secured to Modern
Tka aablto k aardlallr Invited "' JhHtrVai II.. a>.. anatMas orrrlcoi oa 11_ third John Zeller and Mr. and Mrs.i LEASED OR
.... ta Wt the roadlnarooai.. ; .FA fifth Buaa>n al II .. ft slid t iM p. as ISO ft on Krome SOO ft on I Ize and Repair
A.... Lea4n-aemi4ra topic: Harry Huik left Thursday for their MORTGAGED Property.We .
| rallf'IITOIOII.. IL Walter" Lucy *t knd ISO.a on S. W. let
TrtteU** After DeaU" 1 I wart 4a .blse.as-e ... N68.. wwr.sled home- Gutttntarg, & J.t 3.Terrace. Comprise 6 lot each I also have F.H.A. LOANS for

CHURCH OF CHRISTROMS4THADPod at In.FLORIDA. I I 90x150 ft, all connected with New Homes, payable monthlyover
CITY COMMUNITY cuu2cH 1 20-2 .
.... .... I' senger coupe-are now available and mains years.Let
C. H. . -Tka ..... W. C. Mow.ll pester. caunaMkool city water sewer ;;
krr bust .oai.. and N. W. FIlth ..trort.ao al I* .. aut pfoarktaif" w., I with either green or blue canda I two vacant strategic comers;; us supply your BUILDING
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atwir al I* wa.t ( i Mklwatk and bible ...., w.dw. NEEDS. SenIce.BKOOKER .
........ a4 anacalat at II .. av Pram dar at !:10.I Prance. :cloth upholstery at no additional, 7-room house with modern
starting, t M .. .. '..-... cost. plumbing! and electricity on LUMBER CO.
ClInCH OF GOD 'I The .... Ii:. _II. _..... Cbsb8464l I "With models in constitution northeast Krome eve. lot; east- Phone ta Homestead. Fla.

BOKESTIAO N. W. tint aoaaa.1hr.o at got oreach/4- II' ItpaartI blue. marine blue, and two-tones ern Bargain for
.. .. Lesson .1 I.M. 11"- ... exposure.
r araool .t ailj a..1 aroacklnt proven caan'l
Its. .. and ,,41 .. ..1 Junior Y. P. at Bible states, Tkandu al tits.PRESBYTERIAN In nassak gray above and marine Address Box A-152, MISCELLANEOUS
11 ehI"_'. swat.... al t la paiaanawt.Prarar .' blue below a choice of the standard -I Enterprise. (prn-H
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aiortla. a WoiiMolor.CHrRCII I CHURCH IF want to sell grove"
tan or new blue tone upholstery veil your
OF THE NAZARENE nOMISTIAD-...., ...aao at N. 1..1 i itrort. list it with J. K. Dorn 214 H.iU
Is offered. Likewise tan or FOR SALE-Garage apartment on I
BOMESTtAD-To. .... subset H. Tk. lur. Rlrka pallor.
Blblo whorl al I*.tl pentathlon at II I III 'green upholstery is available with I N. W. 14th street $1,000; 1200 cyon Arcade, Phone 2-2463.
orbital Ii4l .
Bendy at aulDR.M.A.BERGER
pair autor. .n..r0 At 9 its 1 st
n ridge green admiral green andtwotone down, tlS a month, 6% Interest Have prospect waiting.

green models. I Ii L. 0, Hall at Berger residence, (pm-30)

Former Homestead Minister Writes i "These new 'bright tpots In the Krome ave., at 10th it, (18-tf)

II I i spring picture," Mr. Holler said I I WANTED

"augment a line that already Includes CHICKENS-Hampshire red pullets .
Stories for Children's Publications WANTED-300 seedling or buddedavocado
the popular new Fleetline ; also fryers and Plymouth trees Virgil Sprinkle,

-- model trimmed in it* own di*> Rock hens Box 4, Naranjs, Fla. 1 Route 1, Homestead (pa25)

tan-and-brown broad.
Editor Motet TV following arlkto make or by listening to the radio. tlnctive
I,".. tko SonfoH Herald af II... fitwill Mr. Sackett he always cloth. Introduced a few week FOR SALE-5-acre Persian lime WANTED buy a used Neon
a. of interest. la HoaMotaKl ro.1arata says I
S old in full
has received years now
Fleetline grove
the .
.. the it". HUtna B Harkrttwn outline of be- ago, sign; any kind; must be. cheap
hosier af St. Jok.'j tvlonp.1Ckvfpk make an a story wide acclaim aa the first car In the bloom. No buildings, only 2 mile for cash itate particular and
..., onto 111 koallll fonH kbrrUroaMat fore he write It, a* he says most maxi from bank $2.200 cash- :
lowest price range to A. Fegaii
otvoral roan... price. Write to Joseph ,
writers do. In the two he
yean mum 'town rare .m rtneSB." C-A-S-H. Do not ask for terms Route 1 Homestead. Fla.
Writing children' stories may ha been writing, he has ground 'I The new blue and green upholstery Trees need some fertilization ,

seem easy but take It from MiltonB. out over 100,000 words, and agree fabrics are distinctive in but you will never get more for TUTORING WANTED High

Sackrtt that If* no soft job. that it la "99 per cent perspiration" shade highlighted by a harmonizing your money It la a giveawayat school and grade school lubjecta.Mrs. .

Until two yean ago, Mr. Sackett.'.and I per cent Inspiration. Ambitious stripe that lends added richness I .$2,;!00. H. A. Cameron Phone H. J. Armstrong, A. B,

a retired Episcopal minuter had I> he feels that he Is just beginning to the material.ANNOUANCED. ; 72 Homestead, Florida (alltf) Plummer drive and Country

written nothing but sermons. Seeking i! his writing career and

an Interesting avocation to occupy i,!hopes some day to "land' the bigger -'I| -. : NOTICE or APPLICATION, FORT Club road.
his spare time, he turned to magazine with stories about FILE sisal 'CLEAN RAGS WANTED WiL
children' for adult reading 1 I BOY Mol'" k krehr Clean that Billlwlcl.IIM. .
fact and fiction for chil
writing .. or .adv.--
exchange subscription
holder .. tna* of Cttr nf Ht -:
dren' publication and since then !i I He and his wife have a country I need Too .-.Ju.... rlmhrred .'>t.. II tising for clean ragi. Leader-
his material has 21 the west side about four with the onnwneas.et a' as ........ deed the Ilk d.. r* _..... A. D I.ITkai
appeared. place on I..d either" .males, no America.Roy. filed .. different magazines. miles| from Sanford. He has lived formo puklicatloa for ..... i ii tie 10 ka made armllcatton", tat deed i
Interval i twenty alia anaouaeoi a induction In hauborrlpUoa In Saw 14"-s In ............ .I' I.w the Our" HiraM desu1
Keen-eyed and alert.'ou'd never I here for 11 yean excepting an j .. I c>t it
aad atari ropy prism Hen..ft" Said Ortlfkvto oaibrar Ik* fcdlr l"dovrlked Ike tint wholly in the month >if June
guess he was SO year old-Mr. of a year at Homestead. Mr. Th A_.... fat will orll for Iw Kroner!*. Itualed In Pad.Cconlr. I 111. all .ft 1.h.. Ind day of June IMICited :
Sackett specializes In "how to do" ,Sackett advised aspiring writers to a single copy at nowntanla or for Slats '.....Id.. lowltiLr4 / into Uth day of April. 'MlK
I I a mr. and 11.00 for thro rout .n a .u,,. a, Rlofk .. Eo-lnir' AHIn, r. : H I.F.ATHFKMAN
articles, which show children how familiarize themselves thoroughly 'criptio. kmila.la 0%. City nf H-.."te.d. County of Clerk uf C".... ,'......
to make such things as automatic with the market they are aiming annouaclnv a chants In editorial po|. !>-.... state .f Florida I Dab ""' ...... tWnla.ClrruH .
Th. Tl"- a--e.mrnt to mid ""4"M.
try pukllihera" of AaioriF.it Buy a* -ft-"V / Court feali By N. I rJlerretl.tArr .
merry-go-rounds, sponge gardensand tt, and to get "in the mood" of that 'sure .ukxrlkor. that the nubllihed fl*. .- 1'-.."....* r.aed was In the.name of IA. Si. M.> I. ... mil I) C.
writ tloa homes, who haft leads the m.a ulna W.llaro. Union said. c.-t"..... .S.ll
mechanical before
toys. particular publication |lSo popular with rotiai an4 oM i allko. will kr it+a.''d ae-ordlaa- law lav *wdwill OF A..'.Ir A TlON FOR
In addition he writes articles ing for It.Chevrolet. continue M tell of Ihoir adventure, ox.clu.lv.ly komo thereon .. the llh day of Mar, NOTCH TAt MFrTI
hi Th Aatorloii Boy. IncludedIn A. D. 'HI.Dalod FILE IIWIKrtlee
about government agencies, such as this vroup art Renfrew the ('.n.d,.. ; ibis lot lay nf *-"! P ,04L I la bents ,5..0 th.t HilUwtrk

the Forest Service and the CoastGuard | Mounted Connie geneses and Old Mae E. 1. LF.ATHEIIMIV.. I..... holder a. ......, of City ., H._
and to Introduces IMnltlo, prooporloni Sauara Jaw Itavta. Clerk of Cir-.It r..r t weed Tn rertlfkeee N........... 14961.
fiction that
appeals I railroad nilaoori Jlohanli Ca ": fly. Pad County, Florid.Clmlt d>ted the. aid day of I..... A. l> IM has
youngster: One recent_article en- Colorcade of Models art Jim Tleney. ..........., Trod name, Court ...1 filed Mid Certificate. la air .11I.... ...
I wastes i Also Kaaa and Ted Dolllror. ad. Ito N. c. irrT rjrTr r. C. k>. aiad. ayplkatkia for tau deed I* houaCertrtkata
titled "The Road a Hurricane I I rvnturon la winner, and then MratlflodirliMlv.ly (A... I. II. IS. IS. M.r .. INOTKI thrr"n I. aeenrdaete with I.... 8114
Bulk,* described the OverseasHighway Timed to be a salute to spring with Th AnMTkaa Boy.Howovor. \ ew.braoe tko followln -
Another wltk a tarn. .....1.. will OF A..' '('ATIOi'"Oa' rrlhed P_. .Huated la Deb 1_".
to Key West. Chevrolet announces a "colorcadeof ,i com. sew f Ictloa ...._ and aa *a- TAX DFRIt Florida, to-witt
told of the work of the Iceberg pa. models" In dealerships the 1 turning .pom. defense and advntara pro.' FILE S4tM Lot t. B>.*. 4. T... of Nnoteotrad
area I.he aoa-flrtloa. fUld. Green walk U krreky live hat Knlllwtrklar. In the City of Homntoad twunty; >,ft
trol boats In the north Atlantic country over. introducing the live t| _.11"" will a* ... t* mibuadlnalackWranoat .-... aa *.slew of City '"f H_ >..., state of FlorMo.Tho .
Ocean. liest array of hue ever offeredby .I,. the .....,, ..., and an exceptional Mead Tax oertlflealo Nanknod nl' .-. .io.nl of wed property aaderIho
will reworded with the Mod the 4tk day <* Juno. A. D. IIHka Certificate Iraard ... la the aaaw ftCnkaowa.
Most of Mr, Sackett' work has the sales leader of the auto [ any' plrtur' aa the hat *-ror. This > nbd said Cortlflrat. la air.. afrir. Unkno aild Certlflrato >hall
been published in young people's industry. The announcement was feature sew laaianrated With the Norooj.I and halt awda apolk..>a for lot dead k. ....aid aroordlna to law. ta. deedi
I bar kaaa whkfc earriod aa the front oarar to IOHIO tkerooa la acoordaiie with law. I will IMWI Uwroua ua the Slot any at May.Dated .
magazine printed by churches, made In Detroit this week by William I|the pMar" of AaMrtca't outstanding driver *.M OnMlral wab,... tk followlntd A. P. "1941.
such U the Young Catholic Messenger E. Holler general sales man af bush oraonl a** ...._ tironrru. iltooted la Dad.'li this lath day of A.HI A. B. IP4I.E. .
_..... It........... paroata and laidiriaf <= Pkrid,, H. LEATHF.MMAN..
and the Methodist Story ager. .....' tense* roBomiaood Tko Americas t. Black tE-.1. Clerk of tfnaH Court,
World. Some of it I* distributed Boy oatkailaotorally. Tory been lead that,' la the City of : atrHdo. Dado c........ Florida.Clroalt .
"Further brightening a line .. a fraoral rwlo. bye wka rood Tka A_ sale af FVvlda. ( Court rill Hy N. C. Slorrett.Apr. .
by a newspaper syndicate and which already include an unusually ....... Boy ronlarly advance anro npldtr . Tko aiionaioat of lOW proaonr aadrrIK. ( 1*. SI. May 2. .. la. INS). D. C.
nearly every Sunday he ha something pot nod KTkrovak c.rttt....* ...... wa. /. ,... .._ of
wide range of colon and two- the kfiction d be"End DPWwi..._'I of Ha U.ka ... Uakwo U Cortiritato hall NOTICE OF APPIICATION mi
on the children' page of the color combination" Mr. Holler tit-r.-wee. bat. are habsed With a be t..d arms di.r to .... 6.4 44d TAX DUD
Florida Times-Union., He write tone Min ta home .......*. .. *r..... aW win k.wr 1"-.,.. .. tka Ilk day of May.A FILE.*..
said, "i* the Introduction at ark Meal sod reran tk* koraai thoav.akorriaa . D. IMI. Walk h hereby dean that MaUlwtrh.In. .
under the name of Bert Sackett. this time of new colors for Interior -.i.di..a'. : Voted ibis lot-day af Awn A It IMI..E. kidder .. designer of EwnlodeaUraraan
The ex-minister wa asked To e ta TV A_.... toy ....P... . ". LEATHEIIVAN. Tu nctlfleaw Maajkered I-.
*trim. Our three most popular load tk* aaaw aad _... af the one waob I Clark .. Circuit Court. dome the wit day of Aanot. A Ittl.ka. '
where be got the ideas for his special deluxe model*-the sport ta loialM the Maintains tortber With Dad c....*. Ftonda taw said Cortlfleato r. p>.D..J, a
stories and article __ tat for .w loop U Circuit .Court Boat sow bon rear swlka0a for son dead
sedan, town sedan and flve-pai- 17Nro. pw.l w The Aaerbea I Br N. C. 1TItim II. C. Ie 4aue thr..w in ___ with law.
"Mainly; by keeping my eye .A... .. 11, IS. II. May ., IS4IK MM. Cor\".... ..w.- 110 to14He.a6merg,4 .
open" he answered. ..Someti_ property. ....... M ....

I get 'an Idea from remark people I NOTICE Of APPtrTATION '0.TA'JI C_... o. two,"I
NEED 1.4. II a 14.' Ilke..
ACETYLENE WELDING Ckaptor I"" Asa al INS Llao.t: lard A4 Plat Sank *.
FILB A-47II Pete lal loro o< M IMAM county
NOTRE 1* HIRF.aT OIVEN that Haw, of PlorMa.Tko .
O,"h.a< _. nl Coaipaar .holder ol I eat of new wioo.r<, awarrto.
Brand New Outfit staid :-., Ta> CorttHraar N... ConUliato Wed arm la tMlaaav of
.,.. |.iaid tko Srd day af A.... A. D. Uakaow.. U._ std Certificate JkollW
Work Guaranteed IPSI. an. filed 0.10. la air at,... ... kai ..*..a..4 a..adIef to .... one W4
Dentist An _ado ...._ for a ta> *pill to b> will awa. U>inaa aa the tlkj dot af II.".
t Fawd ._ laW det45.., ..010..88Ike A. D. 1941.
PHONE siixSAM'S fail.I r _bad r.-p.to 10 the Dad this lot day of tlr'fllta D' fowl.L .
Office Hour 8:30-1:30 .web of 0.... Maw of FtorUa. _will a. ,
Lot t, Blork I*. Ota_ Bldaoda. Clark at Class_ O.wt
'GARAGE .. a ok4a. flat Book 4. Pun Dade .
Olknj E-eaiwjt ky AsaMlataaeal l a. a> tie sew; ft bad, sate afFlorida. Ctmtt .Oaart..loal a : ;. ::;

First National Bank SAM ALEXANDER fre*. The manaiial of aaM >im ty padaftS ..w. d. It. I4. .1. Map A. INII
said emtfMalo woo la too aaaM d/
Avocado Drive and Old Dixie HighwayI.l IT *Me Ualeai aard CortWIeato taken
Building : aa.dlw as a., the p14+. 0 WANT ADS PA a'
., doarrlWd ....... will has oak ta the kKlf

; l"li".laJ" alllllr jf.Ifi'II..j; ; i IIIt.fh: 14 ltllttllati7fIIlltt, I"WU"UlHlr\fUd; 1 lr.fitl"li: : I .1.1. iTali''t.; .I'J I iliut"145.4'

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ElededIen' our present limited utility fadll.
Wm. C. Payne
GUN COLLECTION tie," said Mr. Sottil "But who
) Club President. want to build where loan must

OF LL CHANDLER be repaid In months when elsewhere REd land RattlerDORA

Wm. c. Payee wee elected snal-I borrowen get 20- to 29-yeai

dent of the Men' Supper loan?" SCOTT a4 HA JEAN JtWCT. MUM
SHOWN TO LIONS the Homestead Presbyterian Later Mr. Sottile explained thai

Church at a meeting Friday evening I FHA requirements where septic

at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. I tank Installation are involved
I Seniors Select Cast for Class Play
Gum of all site, shapes and W. Irwin. He will succeed W. make it necessary alto to have
descriptions gave the Redland District H. Owen nearly aa acre of land for the site May
Scheduled for Presentation
Lions Club the appearance of Dr. Carl F. Robinson was elected of the proposed building, and the 16The

an arsenal Tuesday night when vice-president and Mr. Irwin, sec- expense of I water pump and its

Luther L. Chandler of Coulda exhibited retary. installation can Dot be included in senior class recently seected his daughter Marjorie Lewi*

hit collection of old gun, Geo. M. frick conducted open the loan. its senior play, a farce in Sammie, his ton-Clyde: Swllley
swords and curio obtained from forum on "What a man should Both Mayor Harris and Mr..Sol- three act entitled "Ready-Made. Begonia,th* Uartyn'a colored cook

China, Japan, Mexico, Spain know about his church". tile assured the council that if Family". Mr. Jarman I* directingthe -Merle MtseU; and Nleodemuc,
France and various parts of this Coven were laid for: the Rev. Florida City bad been In the running play. i the Martyn's colored handy man

country. Oeo. H. Rick, J. M. Holferty, Paul a* I possible alt for the The character are a* 'follow: Lewis Vrana.

Explaining that he could not be j Haley, Dr. I. J. Haynes, Harvey well and pumping station, they Agnes Martyn, a widow-Wanda I I This fan involve amusing

lure just how he started to collect I Cowman, Joe Hickson, Jr.,. J. O. would not have appeared to urge Sickle; Bob, her son-R. B Zlnck- mixup of both families and promise
Mr Chandler Mid It had Douglas, R. N. Herman, Frank Joining effort to have the source
guns er; Marilee, her elder daughterMary t* be grand entertainment for
grown to be a fascinating hobby G. Hathaway, H. O. CronwaU C. of supply established at Home Engel: Oracle, her )youngest the evening of May 18.
with him and he told how various Ben Plummer A. F. Darling. Mr. stead. (child-Elizabeth Craft; Miss Lydia -
Ticket be obtained from
item had been added to his col- Owens, Mr. Payne, Dr. Robinson It Florida City Is treated on a her .1.ter-ln.law-CoUeen may
member of the senior class.
lection. and MA Irwin.PIPELINE. par with the key communities any
McVicker; Henry Turner, a widower -
Tew of these old pieces have along the pipe line, the town will -Charles Thompson; Doris

much monetary value and many be put to no expense whatever In - -_.._
have no value except for their the piping of water to the homesof HOME INTERIORSTO
ROUTEContinued Pan-American Club
personal histories" said Mr. residents Mr. Sottile said.

ChandlerFor Instance, I bought Council President Paul Haley Plans Skating PartyThe
this old matchlock gun from I poke in favor of immediate action BE COLORFUL

Chinese for $\.20. He thought he ( from Page One) to ask that Homestead be the Pan-American Club met

stuck me and I thought I got I town between Homestead, Fla, source of supply for the aqueduct Monday afternoon during the fifth

bargain, so we were both satis- and Key West, Fls., without adequate a* did other member of the council period in Mae Daniel's room. Ann Se. oa'. New Color

fled." water supply; ihackleiord read the minutes of the Scheme Win Be

Included In Mr. Chandler's collection "Therefore be it resolved by the The alternative proposed site previous meeting, and called the Brighter and Cep
are 200-year-old Chinese town council of the town of Florida of the aqueduct well southwest roll. The club held a discussion
matchlock lUna fired by I alow- of Florida City Is lust east of Red- about the coming state convention.
Fla that respectfully
City, we
Th*delicate pastel are aim b fa***
burning fuse. This type of gun was request the Florida Keys Aqueduct land road and a little north of It was decided to have I skating this aeaaoai both for
used recently by Chinese In the Commission that such water supply Lucille drive. Lucille drive 1* one party to raise money for this con- wall
interior In opposing the Japanese be secured from the City of mile south of Palm avenue, Florida vention. An advertising committee legs.
invasion. Having no rifling, these Homestead because such water line at)'* main street, while Red- wa appointed for the purpose U inate for trim, although

guns are far from accurate andre extension would then pas directly land road Is one mile west of the of advertising the skating party. the same ensemble theme color fat

'. very heavy. through the center of Florida Oversea Highway.It The club also decided to hold are growing ie.
Several guns were hand made City, making water available for was estimated In local engineering a who' who contest in the schoolto popularity.
and showed exceptionally fine circle that not more than raise more money for the con-
our town for ample fire protec- Deeper tones will be found ta dni -
workmanship. The double-bar :I tion a* well a*.for other consump two mile of pipe line would be vention. Miss Daniels, the i I ing seems with increasing ....*
relled, muzzle-loading English gun tion. eliminated" by eleotlon of this sor, announced that she .pon-1 1 In two-tone

is beautifully engraved, while I | "Passed and adopted by unanimous site over the Homestead municipal dered the Fan-American Club I I Painting on
brass-bound authentic Boone plant and the saving would be wall U (
gun vote this 23rd day of April,
had been converted from I flintlock 1941, A. D." approximately "1,000 a mile. Offsetting Student Council Hears I I i I shade lighter than or th d"llIa.WI

to I cap-fired piece. |I The council meeting wa called this, it was pointed out. Miscellaneous ReportsThe I Iw.11a' I*
would be the cost of
constructing _
The oldest of the guns dates by Mayor Lawrence Becker following wide
from the time of the pumping station, installing I, .
Cortex end la
I report that the site of test wMieolorXreely
student council of Redland Bedroom an to be P1 sgain
Spanish flintlock, short and stubby wells more than a mile to the south generators, to insure uninterrupted High School held Ita regular meeting _do Whiuceilingaan
and extremely vicious operation of the pumps In storms,
looking.Mr. popular, although
1 and west of Florida City was being during the seventh period last
Chandler traced the and other equipment that could be colorful ceiling at*
historyof I favored aa the point of origin
Miss Helen vice- I
Thursday. Pope, j
added to the municipal pumping gaining in InUrMt.and .
this gun from Spain to the '
1 for the aqueduct Thus would president presided in the absenceof the ton
southwest United plant of Homestead with comparatively I carry
State where he
.go glimmering Florida City's the president Mary EngeL Ra-j;! l6 of bed spreads,drap-
bought It. I chances of obtaining city water fa- .dditlor.l expense. mond Lee, chairman of the committee -! eric etc Paintingthe
Guns used by both aides in the clltlle without prohibitive expense, for our Fruit Festival I i bedroom earnstore
Civil War and First World War partleilarlythrifty.
as it was realized. I
POWERPLANT\ booth, gave I final report. : .
well as-a large number of pistols Florida City's lack of a sewer Helen Pope, official delegate to I:::. sdwmb% is .
and revolvers gathered from many system precluded consideration of the recent state convention In Miami -
lands are in the collection. that town or Its immediate vicinity One gave 4 complete report of the Bathreen* will
(Continued From Page ) reach new peaks ta
Mr. Chandler also showed
' several In the selection of the site of the on the west side of the present convention meetings and octal ac] brilliant solo, with
swords, saber and dagger aqueduct pumping station, it was building.The tivities. A discussion wa held a preference for
as well as a statue of Buddha from the council enamels because '
out at meeting
pointed about method of Improving our .
arched panel of the present .
. Japan and I model of I Chinese Mayor Tom Harris of Homestead their smooth aur-
Barbara William
, Junk which he received from I wall designed to permit additions, .ehoollfoUDda. faces eaa be washed
relative in China and estimated to attended the meeting to assure will be cut to leave nothing between gave I report concerning the I I esiy.KlUhena.
the Florida City governing Red-
county federation meeting at
the old and the new buildings -
be 73 yean old. Complete In body that every effort wa being and breakfast Book *OBtiou -
column The
but arched
: be colorful Conventkwel
every detail, this model I* about to
I made to have the municipal light 4,40
will be to white kttebm ejr
four feet long. He told of the tens addition big enough
and water plantdesignated the
i : house two generators like the one by
of thousands of Chinese who livetheir and of deeai-
source of supply point "
: whole live on these junks,origin of the aqueduct and to Invite to be purchased: this summer. Tropical Gate I green.
which are from 12 to 79 feet long Florida City to loin wltbHomeste.d Within the next ten day the ijD.t1I.I. and ,. -
committee appointed Monday night to -
Mrs. C. A. Cray, music Instructor in these effort
of fat boob
will begin its tour inspection
at Redland Farm Life School, Routing of the aqueduct through initalla- NOW LOCATEDIN .. }
of the various generator
and Lion C. F. Robinson enter. Florida City instead of originatingit I namel*. The trend
.tamed with two piano duet. south of the town was seen as ion*. THEBORNE ef color In kitchen help to offset
,, Lions Sam Davis, A. D. Smith vitally important to the future de- the white, glaring porcelain &s-

and S. J. Lynch were' awarded velopment of the community by BALL GAME BLUG.N. I tam and appliances.

Melvin Jones medallions for their James Sottile, president of South Play rooms
Xmas Are.FUrida.
.., work in Increasing membership Dade Farm, Inc. which ha extensive clever r..r

during January. property interests within (Continued From Page Ont) B--. I tto Originality scheme t aettJ
Visitors included: Mrs. C. H. the corporate limit of Florid Smith, Thomas Bishop, Barrow for moot,
y Stitt of Summltt N. J Dr. E. M. dtjr. and Cheshire. Harvey Rue, I student design*

., Andersen of Homestead and C. B. An extensive! building program at University of Florida, win i walla asd .

1 Wlthauer of South Allapattah Gar of his own had been held in check play later this summer.

dens. by requirement of the Fedenl Other team .Jn the league besides END TABLES

Housing Authority, from which Homestead and Perrine an
TbJnk ef It financing would have been obtained South Miami, Kendall c. 'C. C, Latest Styles and 1r'

.. A small child on her first day Mr. Sottile Mid, due to the Opa-Locka navy air bas, and Miami Finishes

It school was found in tear by lack of a central water .uPPI1I1" army air base.Turner's ,
i ber teacher. When the teacher tem, and he know of others who $2.25 up. FREE

asked what was wrong the child would have built home and rental

sobbed: They say Tan got to stay house in Florida City if adequate Fraeral
her until I'm 14." FHA financing could have been Home SMITHGRAVESFURNITURE

' The teacher smiled and laid: obtained. M-HB AMBULANCE SERVICE

That's nothing to cry about "W* can get FHA loans, with Lady A....... CO.
You're lucky, I've got to stay here certain restriction, but only on I.omonth
until .I)m 65!"-Sydney Bulletin. flpa'llltntIII with I Phone; 884-R Homestead, Fla.

Turn' O\1arraJ ", END UNT.W.uUI

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ran our eR
I M amf.wM Mt for w DR. C. IL DENBY 48 ,.,. 604146asdr
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rain achon".
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SbM tai. U y K Ui.n.i. pto*. am sad gag law .*ry.
erne Mew an VNW40.e.e" resee.
Phone 39Homestead

EDWARD STILINGKKALTOa Brooker Lumber Co, lac..

Fla. Pbeae a ,ri..ara., na.l .

Amand he Aswima""'Alamo (Orer Brown' Dnc Store) jL

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