Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 27, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00535
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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; VoL 31---No. 13 Homestead, Florida, Friday, March 27, 19-12 Price 5 Cents
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'J: District to Vote on 5 Seats NAVAL PARTY VISITS PLACE




'! Of Commission in Primary,; SOUTHWEST OF HOMESTEAD


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i ( BIRD AND REDD 35-Year-Old Pioneer Guild Disbands I AND30THERSINSOUTHDADE

With First President Also the Last ";


; MUST WOO ALL I The Redland Pioneer Guild,-leave next month for Atlantic I TilE WEATHER and Establishment training base of In a blimp South patrol Doric,

South Dade's oldest social organi City, her old home, to spend a Official weather report of the predicted far by back the Leader-Enter
prise as as December
with her sister, Mrs. Theodore
sation, held Its last meeting tat year Drake and her brother, Walter Subtropical Experiment Station. l>40, was said this week to have
DADE the home of Mn. Fred Kosel In Homestead, Florida. narrowed down to a probable
COUNTY W. Clark, Sr
0... Meet,Ile. war. Bal.
( South Miami Wednesday when a The club's funds were used to March 111..._...1 84 I III 4,,29.84, choice of one of four suggested
brilliant program was given and buy defense bonds, and a fifty. March 20- I 84 I 81 130.051 sites south of Miami.
I i parting gift was made to Mn dollar bond was given to each of March U. I 1111 I 71 130.02 Sites inspected by naval officers .
Friday March 20, deadline for Thomas Brewer, its organizer and Its eleven member Three of March 22.. I 1111 I 112 .08 headed by Commander Ros-
candidates to qualify for the May Its tint ss well at Its last president these are charter members, Mrs. March 23. I f3 I 158 : .74 endahl, famous surviving officer
primaries, saw both of Homestead's Brewer, Mrs. Kosel of New York March U. I 711 I 80 121.951 of the ill-fated dirigible Shenan-
The club Is dissolving becausethe and South Miami and Mrs. Eleanor March 25 I '79 1 51 ;211.991 doah, include: one southwest of
county office holders opposed members are now scatteredand *Bauer of Philadelphia. Homestead one near Modello, One
for re-election. because Mrs. Brewer plans to Present at the'luncheon were: near Perrlne and one east of How

J. D. Redd, county commissioner Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. Geo. W. Turner INSPECTION FOR ard.The
I and Mrs. J. E. Elder of Red- site at Modello I 11 believed
from the fifth district, for more i SOLDIERS FILL I
land; Mrs. Jennie Erpenbach and to have offered more advantllllf'lto
two- I Mrs. Wm. Erpenbach of Coral CAMP REDLAND the inspection party, particular
Cables; Mrs. Fred ly because of Its nearness to railroad
TOWNAS.REIEF
i i Mn. James Pritchard an'I Mrs facilities, but the officers did
4Chalrgh.....J' at !: SLATED MARCH 31 not make
any committing re-
.,...er member Lena Wodbury Miami; Mrs. '
board DETAIL ARRIVESThe August Heuer of Atlanta; and the marks. -
of public Instruction for
While It Is known that Commander
hostess, a speaker from England,
that of bad south of Final of Camp Red-
part County (Continued on Page Two) Inspection Rosendahl's party is Inspecting
Kenadll drive, Is opposed by reason the town was so full land, white migratory farm labor proposed sites as fur northas
Eugene B. Hunter, a Miami attorney of soldiers Wednesday afternoonand the Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, the "under
on
camp
night was that two detachments MORE WELDING will be ground" has It that South Dade
As a result of a law put throughthe were here at the same time. north of Avocado drive, has more than an even chance to
1941 legislature, all of Dade A detachment from the 28th made by engineers of the Farm get the breaks In the blimp base
County will vote in the primaryon U. S. Infantry arrived here PUPILS NEEDED Security Administration on March

selection of the man to represent shortly after noon Wednesday to 31, it was learned yeiterday. The deal.Approximately six million dol-
this district on the county, relieve the detachment of the second TOSAVECLASSESHomestead I completed and readyfor lars will be spent In developmentof
commission-although he is still I battalion, 13th U. S. Infantry, buildings are the base, It was reported. -
required to be a resident of the In the task of guarding the Oversea occupancy.
district. This works both ways, Highway and the Florida Keys may lose its vocational Thirty. days more will be required
however; the people of this district pipeline. The boys of the 13th welding classes unless more to complete Camp South PROSPECT SEEN
will have a voice in the selection did not leave Homestead until 2 students enroll In time, Geo. N. Dade, the negro migratory farm
of men who will representthe o'clock yesterday afternoon.That's Wakefield head of the Homestead labor camp on East Campbelldrive I BRIGHT HERE IN
other four district on the how the report got to High School vocational agriculture near the county airport
commission. Circulating that twice as department, said yesterday. Buildings are finished but the laying -
In previous primaries, each district soldiers as heretofore were many to be I The vocational welding classes of sewer lines remains to be DRIVE FOR CHESTWith

chose its own representatives I I stationed In Homestead. were established here last yeara completed.
to the county commission and Second. Lieut P. P. Leventl Is 'part. of the defense training The facilities of both camp the Community Cheat
when the whole) county voted on in churn of the detail stationed program of vocational depart- haw- ben surveyed by) army engineers drive scheduled to end Saturday,
the nominees in the central eleo'I here Lieut: H. L Murray;'who Is ,ment ef the Dade County school with a view to their,possible 1 Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, major for the
Con afterwards, it meant little in charge of the upper highway ystent The machine shop and use In housing personnel of Redland DI.trlc.ald yesterdaythat
' store nomination la the Demo- I detachment, 1s stationed on the welding equipment now Installed the army bomber ferry base to be,II the ou'look: for success i*
ratio primary in Dade County keys. Also on the key is UeutJ in the local agricultural established at the county airport: bright as both the Lions Club and
!Continued on Face Two) I I I Roe 1 was furnished by the I runways of which are now complete the Rotary Club members have
-- buildln'l and ready for the anticipated -i
!ernment. The equipment been diligent in making a thorough -
Bird I moved to Dade County construction of hangars and canvass of the area.
Urges Cutting CountyExpensesTo -I I High School unless classes are sufficient other facilities. Mrs. M. F. White, president of
to keep the equipment in I the Homestead Parent-T'. hay
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Make War Tax Burden Easier use 13 hour a day, Mr. Wakefield Radio Program Prize Association, turned in 1100 which

-- said Won by 1Ilss.Dearing I i I had been raised by workers from
f The Canner are open to persons I that organization Mrs. Jacobs re*
,I Curtailment :safety of our citizens and our national i
of ex emergency", say Mr. Bird. (Continued on Page Two) fiN Mary Ellen bearing won a ported.
{ pendituresto I "There are many mandatory second prize of $3 on a radio program -I Since most of the ,canvassers
make !'torn over which the board has DANCE SATURDAYTO [ over WIOD Saturday after bad not ,ct' turned In reports,
possible 'e [no control, but by the same tokenthCl'tt I noon. The program was youn'-j I Mrs. Jacob was unable to give
far subscribed but all
sharp reduction are which stcr'a Entertain. the total so
mac" are controlled
In entirely by the board RAISE MONEY I Miss Deoring a pupil lnd.catlon. are that the district
county of county commissioners and T. L. Hodges of Homestead, sang would do its share In the countywide -
taxes 801>frotthe' latter' reserve must be am DRIVE 'Beautiful Dretmer", !I csmjMijn, I'." said. No
FOR
that .nl'accumulated' against evenfua !'lei I Winners were selected by votes quota hal been sl for the Red-
mayj I of the ,from listener land D:t trlet
payers, war and against the post-
more easily I war' h", wMri: cur"e Worts"iritut I A dance to 'raise funds for the
If I meet the be directed toward the rehabilitation 'community chest and the Doe. Prevention PS Well a! Dn1.lhilit:1tion
: demand of bt a pMee-time nation and County' Frderatien of Wow I
I nationaltaxatloa cecity.Lets. Club's",scholarship; *..3: be E-v .,I Work of Florida Council for Blind

step India tilnliute road tomorrow night in the Charat.
bro.c.t en buJMlnf tad confine eur expen- ef Commerce building by the I I "Blindness 1* han"ap! In "Because person has lost Ms
hy the war, i* advocated try PreII ditre I* maintenance; 'except Woman's. Club of Homestead. rw.. case only because hi made sight doe not mesa that he ha
I lets a Bird, candidate for ountyctamiuioner In re they amease otial to d,. Mull tot dancing front 10 until so hv thoughtless people said also lost the djslre for human
I from thffifth.'dlHct *-' tesiee.and industry tile with.de.. .*wllT* *phry d ey the Florida I Mary Johnson of Tampa, executive companionship said Mr. John
tense; and let's build reserves that Swlagsters,. a nine-piece orchestra director of the re:Ja Con- tea. "BY treating him a* we
"Our county tax program is go- could be used to reduce taxes or i ell for Pie :: speaking at the would anyone else, we can help I
tar to have la be subordinated to,meet '' "" :tt
emergencies. Soldier* rtatkned la Her load Joint meeting Redland District him to overcome aelf-conJCfo
national taxation by a curUJuteut Mr.i Bird was torntn, Ja kso- be. admits without charge Lion Club and the Homestead ness and adjust hlnsr'f to changed
1* an departments v/here It I*'I 1 villa la January, 1898, ...J al-' -.. be treated *e epecial 'I Rotary Club in Legion Hall condition. Ha CM enjoy convet
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Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday March 27. 1942


C Wiaeheart (incumbent), ClaudeB. end of his two-year term without ment sends home-teacher to instruct I creating the council and' for his Fly
MANY PHASES OF Barnes, Holmes Allen; Republicans standing for re-election. the blind person In Braille work in organizing and carryingout
--Marjorie A. Manchester, M. Always active in civic welfare and handicraft and help him adjust out program of the council. E
HOME NURSINGIN 'Lucian Baker work, Mr. Bird was county chair- himself to the new conditions Partially blind himself, he nevertheless
Group 4: Demoerata-Howard. .man of the farm security administration he faces. bad fcecome' an able attorney
ITi
Bell George S. Okell, Frank .& relief program that .fol- The employment department with a large practice in
COURSE IBE Dow ling. Norman N. Blakley, Jo- lowed the 1939 freeze, chairmaq of,f acts up mall businesses to be operated l Tampa. 'II* -had -the legUUUvu 1Jeb
seph B. Cozett, Raymond O. Burr: the local.beard of the disaster by the blind in post offices :chambers Tallahassee equippedwith
Republicans-Ira O. Stewart, Dr.. loan,corporation, which disbursed under state supervision in accordance I loudspeaker and got Helen
Common ailment and emergencies J. L, Wambaugb. more than $100,000 I ..ranta and with the provisions of the KeUer to come down-and address I
cart of children the tick and State Attorney Geo. A. Worleyis loans to growers, was several I Randolph-Shepard Act. It also the lawmaker The bill to create
the aged and personal hygienewill opposed for re-election by Tom times chairman of the President's assists in placing blind people In the council was passed without e
be taught In the Red Cross Ferguson and Stanley Milledge.The birthday ball, and I* now a mem. routine Industrial work where they opposition. Afterward tie was Ko,
home nursing class which will gel county solicitor office Is ber of the disaster relief committee have proved their ability to perform called upon to give up his law 4 |ApPm
under way next Friday at 7:30p. : sought by Robert R. Taylor (In- of the American Red Cross work faster and better than practice and direct the program 4 te.
m. In the clubhouse of the cumbent), and Bill Prultt and a member of the board of operator with tight Special of aid to the blind. O$'tb
Woman'l Club of Homestead. directors of the Dade County workshop: are operated by this State headquarter of the Florida Y
ThOM deilring to enter the clan chapter department to train group of Council for the Blind are at
may register with Mrs. J. E. Gau- PIONEER GUILD In January.he wai appointed blind people to produce good Tampa.Every. e
tens at the public library where Homestead chairman on salary allotments which can be sold to the government -
hand books for the course may be (Continued from Page One) for the purchase of defense without the necessity of
purchased, alia I and a guest, Mrs.S. J. Lynch ot bonds and saving itampi. competitive bid*. At the Lighthouse time you get your pay, ,
The flrat lesson of the 30-hour i Homestead. A leader In the movement to In Miami pillow cases are buy bonds .and stamp's for the U. 1

course will be on home environment The club was organized In 1907 : obtain adequate hospital facilitiesfor made while at Tampa mop arc S. A. eyi.Cm
Homestead, ht was general ,I mad by blind worker,
and its clubhouse at once became .
I Mn. J. R. Brooks, a registerednurse I the social center for the district I Smith chairman of the fund James Archer I In introducing Mr. Johnson, I Your ad looks twice as 0
Hospital
will teach the class, whichIs Since 1912 It has been a member campaign bm1No
Roscoe
Brunstetter Miami attorney
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sponsored by the Junior Wom-I of the Dade County Federationof He donated an automobile a* a big in the tabloid Leader. II
: an's Club of Homestead. .... Women Clubs, and through the prize In a contest the proceedsof praised him for the part ht I
In Enterprise.ANNOUNCEMENT .
played having legislation passed '
j I which went Into the
will be held each Friday from I years It has contributed to many entirely tot
hospital fund. f
7:30: p. m. to 10:30: p. m. worthy causes. Among these were fly,
Among the subject to be studied I full scholarship for a boy in a He was also ger.1 chairman
are: healthful home and community mission school in India and funds of the committee that raised funds :t S.Be
environment, babies and for Boys Town. toward the erection of thj Lily ,. -
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their care Indication of sickness, The members have continued to Lawrence Bow Public Librarj. : "" Jet

I baths and making of an occupied hold covered-dish lunch meetIngs ... .
;. bed medicine and other remedies, once a month during the BLINIMVORK '
feeding the sick and points In the winter seasons.PUPILSNEEDED. R. L. Godwin : ;
cart of the convalescent, chronic A
invalids and the aged. (Continued from Page One)
j Those who have signed for ration and entertainment just as
up
Has Taken OverThe
much as the with ..lIhL"Mr. 1. FI
person
the count include: Mn. S. A I .. )
I King, Mrs. C. E. Saunders, Mrs. Johnson spoke of the work t i
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(Continued from Page One) b y Lions and Rotarians which led "
H. Rapp, Mrs. Geo. L. Alker Mrs.R. I
R. Kinard, Mrs. C. A. Louns- 17 years and older but only persons I to the creation of the council and V# ; ;

bury, Mrs. Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick, United who States first register with the told how laws and policies of 38 i .
employment service states having sucb agencies established (
Mrs. Eugene Fontaine, Mrs. J. W.
Strickland, Mrs. U L, Field Mrs. In Miami art eligible to become were studied to give Florida \-.1
A. L. Home, Mrs. A. F. Arthur, students. No tuition Is chargedand the benefit of their experience. Welding'M ''!tl(
Mrs. J. L. Strickland Mrs. Ben all materials and tools are I Under the law enacted by the \ 'W.
furnished
King Mrs. James L. Bird Mrs. by the government Thecourse 1941 legfclnture the Florida! toe!
son, Mrs. Gauzens and Miss Josephine is designed to teach deserving council for the blind is composedof i
Cook.VOTE. persons a trade and at the the governor and five director Shop . i 'dam.ly
same time train badly-needed who supervise the work of three ,
workers for ship-building yards departments.The f Ap
ON FIVE and other defense plants. department for conservationof S. W. Fifth St. at Krome Ave +1Q I

vision concern Itself with the 4ni
causes and prevention blindness (Rear cf P. B. Bird Filling Station) ; I It

I (Continued from Page One) P. B. BIRD URGESContinued conducts surveys of lighting J '4 t t
has almost without exception In public schools and recommends 00a
been tantamount to election. ( from Page One) Improvements to the school board; and is prepared to rive service on all kindsof i t-
Mr. Hunter, contender for Mr. tended the public schools and :a holds special lines in sight saving ,. ;
I r Turnei's seat on the school board, business college of that city. A for teachers and'assists Incases electric and. acetylene welding and Machine -

I Is listed' In the telephone directoryas member of the Florida National where eyesight can be re- I shop work. No job too big. Bring
residing at 1102 Capri street Guard, he was Inducted into the Considerable money can dG
Coral Cables, and his office address -I U. S. Army on April 18, 1918, and be saved the state In pension If. us your troubles.. ctfoil
Is ;given as the Ingraham served on active duty until Nov. sight 1* restored whenever possible t tVe p
building, Miami. At the court- 19, 1919. Two year ot this service he pointed out ,I r
house in Miami, however, he registered was with the A. E. FIn The department of social adjust
as. a resident of the Ken- France. ,, \x
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I Mr. Hunter Is the tame man who position which he had held with 't for
A
auvd'the board of public Instruc- a i wholesale au'omotive accessory o den
\ Have Au
tl tion Rome time back for a rt- firm. Later he was connected tel
districting of Dade County on a with the Florida National Bankof n
population basis that would have Jacksonville, and from that position .
brought Coral Cables back Into entered the automobile AMPLE SUPPLY OF TIRES 1 e
this district. business in 1920.: He was, successively r. JUIt '
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Before the school board was Increased manager of branches In hip
tram throe to five mem-f,Brunswick and Valdosta. es

hers and he emmty acrerdlngly U 1911, ho married Miss Bemis BOTH NEW AND RECAPS:. .:. ":.' : ,
re-du'riclcd te make -fere dittrlcts Atkinson, and ht 1922 they came ; < t:
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nut ft thrww theretofore to lie esdtesd where'Mr. Bird br-

existing, the district which- u- um connected with the Diet Harris eluded south Dade extended as far Motor Co.. at that time the
north-so the Tamianri Trail ori,local Feral dealer. A few yenn p
lay
S. W. r."l1t'" street !I. Miami. "later, at established the Bird I Let us 'supply your allotments isiii

County rnmnunioft '"""dlda," Chevrolet Co. Thin he sold in .
: from the other districts are nsl i his brother. W R. Bird in 193.1 '. .
follow: District i-Chas. H. Crun. i and in 1834 established the ]Preston PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR COMPANY : h I
ton (incumbent). Frank S. Cor- B. Bird Motor Co. and set a :
: neitam, John D. Noble; District 2 record: for setting Buick and Vontfae upI
Hugh Pe'ers (incumbent, Lewis automobiles this area. Opposite LegionTi:: Office .. t.. . : .
,I C. Warmer: District 3--N. p Mrs business grew to such an S. Krone at'5th Street Phone IS r lid
Lowery (incumbent), Mrs. T. V. extant that additions were nect-
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louse a completely equipped garage
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i Candidate, for the. k-ctrfatw and mt of MM most up-to- urF
I are as follows: .date automobile showroom in '
Croup 1: fleiiM uat -*-&. B. couth Florida Other buildings UPHOLSTERING ; | for /c/fcto? nt1 :Cnoking.1t
{ ( White R. H Gotier, Jr., JamesFraneia erortnr by M,. Bird on the same

,I '(;Fritz RrpvbUcaiM) Gordon._-Sol Walter B.Iforowfta bine station* pt aid property a machine include shop a tilling Slip--Cover! ; t 1 .. Yau'II'ailce 'r PP1Ca.l!",(;ae ffii .

i I I Stcwsrt Lloyd W. RMcl'ft.I He was elected moyer rat Home-1 .-..PirjpcrlJMT ;; : I : '-. -its nasty f ooditspleasant K: .r..
Group LD@ws@vrtrWWVh@R stead In. It34 and retired at the o '
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vistas. Month 97 1O19 '
HOMESTEAD tRADER AND ENTERPRISE Paves Threw_ !
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[EASTER SERVICE *announced following when places applicants at a date areotified to SIGNING( TIME UP i ,)t". "" .m .

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!I of their eligibility to take! 0'U' R BOYS IN'SERVICE"
.[TO BE CONDUCTED examinations: Daytona Beach .SATURDAY ON

DeFuniak Springs, Gainesville .
ON .Jacksonville, Lakeland Live Oak, :-: :: 'i(, -:-" J : :./ .
GOODJRIDAY Miami Orlando Pensacola, Sara- BON ETITION 1
/ b Serseant Lovett t
sota, Tallahassee Tampa and West Newell of her. She arrived Saturduv.
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Because clocks: art on war time !Palm Beach.iREDLAND. i I Camp Blandlng son-in-law of Mr.I I ;; 4
the Signature of freeholder are Ed Hlckson of Mr. and Mrs.
community Easter
service this] 1 and Mrs. S. L. West was one of I
!year will be a service of medita still being sought to petitions requesting J. R. Hickson of Naranja reported ,
I bond election for the four selected from 1,600 applicants Monday for duty cadet In
Von and music: on Good Friday,': I ALSO : as a the t
[April 3, at I p. m. in the Homestead-Florida City school to attend the officers trainng U. S. Army Air Corp at Morrison
[Itead Methodist Church Home'j' district camp at Fort Knox Tenn. Field In West Palm Beach. H* .|
f$sun-rise service Easter Sunday)ASKS,! TO VOTE ONj$150(000BONDS! A total of 285 signatures has already While he-Is at Fort Knox. Mrs. :I will receive his training some. f
In the park. been obtained but workers Newell, the former Miss Martha where In Texas. Hickson studiedfor

The service will be based I,: ( I are continuing their canvass be- West, will visit at the West horn two years at Alabama Polytechnic -
eleven last words of Christ.on ;'cause! although only 209 are necessary I Institute at Auburn. *

Th. Rev. T A. Ferguson will I to comply with the law, R. L. Godwin Takes Over I ..
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preIds. ,
I 'some of them may be dill Uaft. I Pierre McDaniel and Clement
I The program will !|it=I Redland Farm Life School Di.I .- fled when checked against the Welding Machine ShopR. I I Russell left Monday for MacDiU 1
consist: of the
following i I trice pet'tlonlng! the county board I 1 registration lists. Signers of the ; I Field at Tampa to begin their
+ nymn; numbers: prelude; I j I (to submit the floating of a $150,000 petitions must be qualified freeholders I L. Godwin of Homestead, I basic: training as cadets of the |
the a
prayer Rev.
Harley R11 I I bond Issue to the freeholders of ;
Core that I Is, they must b* i army air corps. They will be sent
fcord;, introduction of theme; first I(I that dis'riet In the primary election property owners who have qualified I machinist of many years experience ,1'later to Kelly Field, Texas *
tile Rev. W. E. Rowell; sec. | of 6. has leased The
bnd May sets forth the following to vote by signing the Welding Shop
word, the Rev. George H.I I 1 for which the money Is tration books. re.I'-1 from the Preston B. Bird Motor'i Private Cha D. Sullivan son
picks.ord.; special! selection; third I needed and would be used: Saturday will be the last Co. of Police Chief and Mrs. O. II. *
the Rev. Robert H. Spear; !I 1. Alteration and conversion of which the petitions can be signed Sullivan whit was recently ill 4
fourth word, Dr J. E. Johnstone; the present auditorium into a as they must be turned In to Mia I Complete machine shop equip- with pnemonla returned Tuesday
hymn
i K. : fifth word the Rev. W. H. !I cafeteria.: county board by Monday I II ment was recently added to the from Fort Jackson, S. C., on a

$ev.Pendleton Geo E. ;Deuell sixth word, the. 2. Construction and equipmentof I If the required number of signatures i welding facilities of The Welding ten-day sick leave.

Section: seventh ; special se I an auditorium building which Is obtained the petitions Shop and Mr. Godwin announces Fvt Martin Bishop who )ust
word the Rev. would also house band rooms another d I will authorize the school board that repairs and replacements of
Jesse Waller i ] completed training at a technical
; hymn
benediction
; essentU' partments. to place before the freeholders in all kinds, especially for heavy
>r. A. M. Vivien.fAPHSLASTDATEi. : machinery i school at Fort Logan In Denver,
,I 3. Repr alterations to the primary May 6, a proposal 'for I can be made without undue Colo., reported for duty at Morri-
present bus a, such as paint a bond Issue of $UO 000 for the I delay. I son Field yesterday after
!'ing, Ins'all. >f additional tol- immediate Installation of heating Mr. Godwin is assisted In the I several days visiting Mends spending'In
*!let facilities, an. the enlarging of t systems, repairs' and Improve- operation of Die welding shop by Homestead and his mother Mrs.
: ''leducatonnl! departments such a? ments at the schools of Homestead his son, J. T. Godwin. ] Blanch Bishop In Minml
FOR FILING BIDS I science, industrial arts and mechanical . and Florida City and the

: drawing. future construction, when times Slate Planter degrees be
must
submitted above : Morgan
were Hodge
IFOR MERIT EXAM ;: 4. Installation of radio in each and conditions are favorable of an before May 1. Lynn

.' '. j classroom, with a central address'' |auditorium and a gymnasium andt Following the business meeting, I Gowdy, Earl Wysong. Bruce Dit-
(system and the installation o conversion of the present! gymnasium fruit and ting, Wlllard Thompson Rex
:": juice rookies were I
Gainesville Mar, S8 (SpecIal) !heating facilities Into a cafeteria served by Jimmy Ross and his Seats, Bruce Wagner Eugene In-

rthe merit council, serving they S. Purchase of additional land Ii i _._.?_...-...._....."'''''''....-.....".-- committee I gram, II A. Amnn Pr., and Mr.
. .).Florida Industrial and the State1wVare !,Ilf necessary I
J : Board announced her 6. Purchase of equipment npc- I REMAND F. F. A. Present besides those named J R. C. Manson, visitor

,. r1oday that the lust date for filing essary for the old building or an fBy 1 George Wlnrate, Reporter -- .- . ..
it. 1 applications for merit system examinations new additions that might be con-: | __\......_.....,_.._*_.........._ -

to be conducted Joint J structed. Redland Chapter of the F. F. A. I
.'ily by the two agencies will bit held a regular meeting in the
:t April 8, at midnight "DICK chapter room Monday night, I I
I BIRD MADE
Applications must be filed, the March 23, from 8 to 930: o'clock SERVICE on ALL MAKES of CARS
Announcement
said, with
the with President Donald Graf prtslding. -
: Brit System Office, Room 203, LICENSE AGENT I
00 W. University 'I Committee
Avenue reports were beard I -
ahl.vUle. Hailed application I and routine business transacted
,:. bust "be postmarked. before mid i FOR EXPLOSIVES Treasurer J. L. King Jr., reported I Expert Mechanics
light of the closing date. I| that the chapter now has a one

Application blanks may be _] -" hundred ,dollar .Series F National
I 'W. R. Dick
( ) Iiird ha been api
ured by writing or calling at the I j pointed explosives .JicenaIft Defense bond purchased with proceeds -
agent
ddress of the Merit System o f. ,|for' of scrap Iron, waste and fruit
Ice. No- Homestead )nd :vicinity: bythe
application wlirbeacepte - *.United States. Department-ol Jujce. 1I11f.I. Repairs Financed Through GMAC
union Upon' the Announcement 'was received
the ,
Interior bureau of mines. He-
orra. that the F. F. A. state conventionwill :
will have the
authority to issue-
According to the fflcJit:1 be held in Gainesville July
the following licenses
l Examinations will be given : -Vendors'license, which authorizes 6-11 and that all applications for

following 27 positions: clerk the purchase, jwsaession and Have your car put in perfect shape
clerk .
Er . stenographer, 'typist stenographer,. principal: sale. Purchaser's of explosive license and, Ingredients.which authorizes .,!i to get the most in riding comfort at
+tenographer, key'
punch operator
" the purchase, possessionand HOMECOMES
ilor tabulating equipment op- I use of explosives and ingredi minimum! cost.
itor
senior tabulating equip ents.

,. nt operator statistical clerk, I Foreman's license, which authorizes -
statistician, senior statistician w eWe
I the purchase and possession -
:hlef, research and statistics chief: of explosive and ingredients!
\iceountant chief personnel andraining and the sale and Issuance thereofto
junior interviewer sere other employees of the licensee's i have fin new trucks on hand.

r !llstrict welfare director state employer, for use on the operating
Hare supervisor supervisor premises. The term foreman' Get yours before it is too late... See us

I'' interviewer farm placementpresentitative means any employee whose duties'FIRST! .
district welfare Include the sale or issuance of explosives -: for details and we will help you make'application
'tailor district
welfare
senior or ingredients for and on,
I to the truck board.
''Isltor district welfare supervisor,
behalf of his employer to other
ield service and training, child employees, agents, or Independent I I And to LOOM.aiould be
ilfare worker, senior child we 1- contractor. of his employer. I'' kept fully repaired .< w e .
re worker,' state child
welfarelupervlaor. License are good for only one I 1 needed alteratlOnl Should
year from date of issue are not I
The minimum salaries for IOme.the ., transferable and, Jn case of a be made and oomlorUfclebooij9
,
t more advanced technics Imd foreman's license, must be given provided for In. .

professional positions; are jp.whe'n leaving tbe employment I family BIRD CHEVROLET
240'.pet .month. Employees "ofhe 'of: the. company; he it, working,
two agencies exceed 1.000 inumber. 1 for.. said Mr. Bird. 1 TJ ABC Meanly Payment I

Only .persons-iho -liftIIHd-j Plan BOW give home)owners I COMPANYHOMESTEAD
examination will'. be held at may sell, handle pc use explosive ] the)opportunity to make

...... ..- N.//.....N..N..f ....... every' needed npai and FLORIDA

: G. S..l improTemeot aDdarrlJl9M
BOTTLED GAS .-
sissy. and convenient Wrecker 1entCII.Oar and Night

Installed Without Delay.. gNPi i moat ly payment DAY PHONE .l NIGHT PHONE Ul-l


.. Virgil! D. Lyon N. X'sass : BROOKEK LUMBER CO. . .. ....

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Lasater. Hadwre. sash I

Doers.. TOWS '
f'heDe ,M Hsa.es4ta.<. Fto.ABC. I + '
GROVE LAN TKCCK LA.VDS-.Cmr ,LOTS-HOMES i I : :
I EDffARDSTILING .
Prices; Were Never Se Low-PJesity of Gee4 valises ,
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H. A. CAMERONREAL I REALTOR 'N I


ESTATE. Real Estate General Insurance

HOMESTEAD FLORIDA

NOTARY PUBLIC
Opposite odd Fellow Building
Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla.

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HOMESTEAD LEADER I CURRENT I KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR IIDlIIlIlIIlIllIIlllIIlIIlIIl1ll1lttllU! !



AND ENTERPRISE COMMENTBy * * A * *, 20 Years Ago<


sass. .acala-ooP..1 LEACH AaCHxR-ad_gdlwAa,0ala AGNEW WELSH * * '* * Q** TW Mfcwfaw HMW H* UfeM ..*

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EJlMr Motet ... w.... r.bll-b.J rMy. at ll.a--t..d. Fte, -_... his tfeMMVItto ... COLUMBIA-AGE-OLD TREASURE CHEST 1 as.we-A 0116.ab'. 1974 with Se"....
I* .ta (Mrtk U, PuWIohlna Cs..aq.01181CIIPTION wHb. kt kb (....Mi'imi't._. Adder ._ If the coffee bean hat been plored except by Indian hunters
BATU aloft to A. Webb, eu N. a.
.. 84 CMtr .--..- BIAS pill ale's. Ml.a1. ylaSolo given place of honor In the matter- At the Pan American highway if ImlIIll11llmllllllmmmllIMarek : ( !

Oae4..e lIMo :....._' a.lestad singing brings out the natural of-fact ledgers of commerce where I and tributary roads push on these t, ItZ!
r -.I .1_ _n aatw talent and cultivation of the Ia kept the account of the repub- aDd other areas can be opened for Danzaascus
marsh 1 M tW pot *t McConnell of
,...,.. .. 1Iri.*. W4M !*: = .< voice but it takes the good old ie of Colombia, the emerald It mining. "W. T.
Ga. arrived early in the
sunk in.We're week
gem serene In the romance of a 439-
"barber shop close harmony to Colombian territory covert few days
10 spend a looking
create the melody. country whose legend reaches for 128 square miles. Within thenation'
If he likes the
on Our WayBy . substance far back of history'srecord borders 1ht Andean around. county J
e which he undoubtedly will, he ex*
of the New World.
mountain system splits Into three
Francis I. BndWe'n Most of us think too little and peels to bring hit family down Wtay.
When Columbus on his fourth parts, joining again in the extreme "
talk too much. Leonard C. Douglas 'H
to the and last sailed along the south. So the rivers run
on our way flap Jap retired divine, put It well in voyage -"A number of frlenda SUM
We'll the he Colombian coast, but without north and south in the valleys between -
show Jap was a up. saying, "If I can not do anythingelse prised Mr. and Mrs. C T. Aliirecht
We're to the Hun making any attempt at settlementof the mountains. The climate -
on our way get for my country I can refuse b of Redland on Friday
You make the fun, we'll make him to act as delivery boy for rumors." the country, on a high plateauIn varies as widely as do the last The occasion was the nigh!
run. the Andean Cordillera, not far altitudes. Tropical along the .
of their marriage.
,
nlversary
We want no rest, well never stop, from where 'the capital city of coasts, It; la temperate In the I -"Miss Willie Bradley lesvei

We'll do our but and stop the Hey, you gendarmes up at Fort Bogota now stands, there was higher regions Inland. Bogota, her home at Claxton. Ga., Satur<. ,.
Wop. Knox: move over and stack up a prospering the kingdom of the with an elevation of 8,564 feet It I day to come to Homestead on' I
We never tall when once we lot of those boxes of gold bullion,' Zhibchas. It was a nation of highly cool and healthful the year around. visit to her brother, W. M. Brad,
start, for more It coming. At Cripple civilized aborigines not unlike There la a corresponding varlt. Iy." .; k/r
We'll lick them all, we'll do our Creek has been struck a vein that the Incas of Peru. The Chlbchas tion In products. Prominent in -"A marriage license hat beet

part. runs $2,000 to the ton of gold ore. knew about the emerald, and may I export trade are coffee, cocoa, Issued to Lawton B. C. Moth,

I have worshipped It sugar cane, tobacco,bananas, hardwoods 2:1: and Miss Margaret

So here we go, we'll have to show So-ordinator Ickes says that At- After Columbus came Alonzo de I from the vast forests, and Hewitt, 20. Something LoullS

We're not so slow, we'll strike the lantic seaboard refineries get more Ojeda, in 1502. Several times he vegetable ivory. Them, with its suspect that the pastor

blow than 5 per cent of their crude oil tried to conquer the Chibchas, precious stones, itt platinum, gold, White Stone Church is to be mar
That stops them all They're due I silver and other minerals, Colom- .
"
by ocean tankers. Pipe lines are and failed. In 1136 three expe rled soon. J|
bia offers in for much
exchange
to tall, displacing/ railroad tank cars. ditions, one led by Belalcazar, first -Miss Hattie Mae
of that which it still needs in the
Their onward ruin we'll have to
There are now 44 such lines. lieutenant of Pizaro himself and arrived this week to Ecki
stall. The lost of tankers by sub attacks another by the tactful Jimenez de way of foodstuffs, textiles iron father, Dr. B. F. Eckman.
We have I debt we'll ne'er forget along the Atlantic coast has been Quesada, converged on the lofty and steel products, railway supplies ="A daughter was born to Mr,
And you can bet they'll soon regret school and office supplies,
considerable. kingdom. Juesada't diplomacy and Mrs. Crews of Princeton e 4
r prevailed where force had failed machinery, automobiles, agricultural Sunday night last,"
We want no rest to stop the pent, I and mining implements
The movie makers out In Hollywood By agreement with the Chlbchas -"A marriage of interest M
We're on our way, we'll do our And not to be Ignored in my
I have a mule on the payrollat Ills headquarters, now Bogota, was many friends throughout this sec4
best. R_ $1,210 per week and a let of laid out near the old Indian capital reckoning it the fact that this re- Ion (Palatka) occurred Sunday

1 asses at considerable: more than and explorations were started public Is the only country in South afternoon Feb. 26, 1922 at tht
that In all directions.The America with a seacoast on both home of Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Joy
Sales Tax sum.I the Atlantic and Pacific oceans,
when their daughter Miss Ida
ner
opening of mines begun
-
was with good ports on both, to
open
The Mao Joyner and Mr. William EM:
government's need for in 1540.
sometimes wonder If we are Today, clustered the trade of''the world. nest Bussey were united in the
money has become so acute, due around the emerald in this An-
not drifting/ into a sort of serfdom iA nestable treasure chest bonds of holy wedlock. . The
'
to the Increasing demands of the dean treasure chest, are platinum,
In our lackadaisical manner though Colombia undoubtedly It, couple left for a trip to Valdotta '
war effort that the sales tax has I gold, silver and copper. Most of
at necessity moved from Its once I of life we are always willingto the world's emeralds now come the gem supreme la the mind ot and other points In Georgia for
"let George do it". In striving the true Colombian, 11th. fact short stay before going to Homestead
quiescent position of an academic from Colombia. And it it a fact
question to the front rank of I after the big things our money can not widely realized that the stoneis that liberation from the yoke of Florida where they will
methods felt by tax experts as' not reach we turn to Uncle Sam the moat precious of gems. Spain came at the hands of the make) their home. . The groom
and for about everything he has Great Liberator himself-Simon It connected with the town gee
the most
practical way of obtaining Carat for carat, a flawless emerald
the maximum amount of tome agency, bureau, departmentand Bolivar. It was Bolivar who led eminent of Homestead. . "
may easily bring three times
revenue with the least pain. The division without end. the price of a flawless diamond. the army of patriots to victory in -"In styling the rendition oi
antes tax has the added advantageof . the decisive Battle of Boyaca, the 'Microbe of Love', there maybe
tapping sources of revenue There are more dwelling houses Only Russia, at times, hat been August 7, 1619, but It was San- some who think we are guilty
heretofore untouched.On 'In this county than In any ether able to take first place from Col- Under, "the Man of Law" who of exaggeration, but none who taw

the basis of a 10 per cent county In the state-90.473 of ombia In output of platinum. The established the constitutional regime the play will agree with them. . "

sales tax, the treasury actuaries I them, In fact, according to a federal extent and wealth of Colombia of New Granada, the repub Peggy Morgenweck fitted Into he s
figure that $9,702,000000 a year census release. The nearest gold deposits It still largely conjecture lie of Colombia at we know It to- part so finely it appeared at If iff.'

Can be produced. This compares I competitor, Duval, has 32,696: It is thought that her entire day. "The sword has made you had been made for her . Ar

with the $7610,000,000 from the fewer, but that county does not Pacific coast bat been formedby independent said Bolivar, after cupids, Dorothy Grantham, Marl
war tax bill which the treasury I have In addition to Jacksonville gold-bearing alluvial. Great'the battle "The law will make gueret Crow, Nina Pauline Loy
based on Income taxes of Individuals such prosperous communities as stretches have never been ex. you free." less and Catherine Harper could

and corporations and by I Hialeah, Coral Gables, Homestead I,....................... .....................,..............,............1 J.not E.have Davit been, as excelled.the deaf.membe4. Meal
levying additional excise taxes on I and half a dozen other dellrl.loealltlel. e I
such commodities as liquor and played her part to perfection, be
tobacco. The treasury stated that, . FULLER'S FULMINATIONSBy Ing ably supported by Mrs. Nerl

t B per cent tax would yield I Cooper and Dorothy Woodward.1
This if
war, won by airplane, FULLER WARREN -"Mn. Rosewell Shepherd aol
3018000000. Its figures were will not be by the swiftest but
submitted upon request from the the ones that can fly the highestthat one ......................................................................... Mill Alice Shepherd of North
Haven Conn. Mrs. Forsyth ml
house ways and means committee ,
being a decided advantage WAR PROFITEEEIVa
son, Billy, of New Haven. ConiU
which began Its third week of
bearings on the record breakingtax I The lack of oxygen begins to be This may be the last one of my deep conviction that nobody; arrived Sunday in Florida City
bill. I felt at 12,000 feet and it also has these. thtings 111 write. I have already should be allowed to make a I They arc the wife, daughters an*

Significant In this whole matter a deleterious effect on the gasoline passed the preliminary phy- nickel's worth of profit out of this grandson of Mr. Shepherd who hat

t> the way business groups have : At 25,000 feet oxygen disappears sical examination for induction war. I think that every dollar I been coming south' for the pail
these were the New York State I and a "life1 graph shows Into the- army I expect to be any would-be war profiteer make two winters and building for Hobart -
Chamber of Commerce, the Na- I that not even a candle will burn. called for the final examinationand In excess of what hi earned In Brockett" (Florida City)

tional Retail Dry Goods Association I Developments to overcome this actual Induction at an early peace-time should be conscriptedor e i
and the Brooklyn Chamber of handicap are In progress. At date. Army regulations may not confiscated by the government March 16 1921

Commerce, whose spokesman, John 40,000 feet the temperature 1* 67 permit this kind of writing. SoI No greedy, grabbing, grasping. -"Mr. Carl Deden entertained
I degrees below zero and remains am going to seize this opportu. avaricious, money-mid munition
W. Hopper set up the new thesis a number of young friends of Mill
that congress should begin to levy at that degree whatever the height I pity to say tome things About' a makers should be allowed to pileup Dorothy Deden at their home but

lane on ability to spend principle I above. matter that I feel very deeplyabout I unconscionable fortunes out 01 Thursday In honor of Dorothy"!

instead of the ability to pay this war at was done In the firs, fourth birthday. . ." H
Significant at the hearing was Taking the ground that the legIslative It U the matter of war proft !-I World War. In World War I, according ; -'Dr. Lyle of Miami aided W

the willingness displayed by the act of 1916 that granted teers. I am leaving behind a law to a report oi the Amerl Dr. Tower performed a successful
Hotall Dry Goods Association to l the Venetian Causeway Company, practice yielded 'it cash fees 1 can Legion, 22,000 millionaire operation for appendicitis on Oea.

aid the government, the collection 1| connecting Miami and Miami a gross of $21.11647 during the! were created, hundreds of million W. Turner of Redland Wednttdiy

of a sales tax, nothwlthstand- Beach by replacement of the old calendar year, 1M I. Many .other aim became multi-millionaires, at the Homestead hospital . ,"*
And the great amount of work this Colllnt wooden bridge, was class young men are giving up M muchor and thousand of persons without "Miss Mattie Lou Theus bat

would entail upon the merchants. I legislation and therefore illegal mar*. 1 don't suppose any of means entered the luxury class returned from a visit to the north
'This group held that the retail Judge Rosa Williams declared that us like it. But it mutt be don, That should not happen .plnt era part of the state and entered)

4 lea tax was lens Inflationarythan this 21-year franchise) was Unauthorized U every man of fighting age does The government ought to coo. school saW" 4*'

the treasury's proposal for a and the viaduct must not get on the firing line and Jet duct t survey or Inventory to de- "Monday was election: day aa4everything
Withholding tax be open to all vehicular traffic there quickly: there will be no termine what everybody was passed off plcasantlA

The tales tax will .undoubtedly toll tree. Of course the case will Income opportunity, or free enterprise worth w December 7. 1943-the . The vote stood at follows
r"ult In tower goods being bought be carried' to higher odbrts and for anybody in America. day tile yellow plague of the Pa for mayor B. H. Edwards. M: W 4

k-y people of slender means, but, lie outcome will be watched with It w* don't win this war. we will title invaded **country.. Then, ward StiUng. SO. For marshal
M the treasury 1s Interested In interest all be working for Hitler and his when this war it won another Inventory L. T. Chapman. 39; T. J. Mead. 6fc

ailnimlilng the amount of con I inert Vfthoyt 'H.'HatJft'do should b* take*. All thewealth For clerk. A. D Clinton" 93: Uri,.
sumer goods so as to avoid inflation. of borrowings, the lees: the 'war eholc, but to either that any war profiteer hat Flora Myers S3. For council,' J,

a gain In this regard would I debt to be) pasted on to the next fight or submit to the slavery and In excess of what tie had on December M. Kllng, 106: W. H Pucher, Ml

low made. At this time when wages generation. The proponents of the subjugation that the blood-drunk 7, 1M1. should be confiscated A. W. Jones, 80, J. T Rohrer. $M

are high and the money volume la sales tax feel they have a method Nazis and Jape bar set out to by the government For W. E. Myers, U; Mrs. M. H.Scheltzer .

Circulation U large, there Inevitably that will raise a large amount of Impose upon the rest of the world, It will be blood money that nobody 62; and J. W. Edward. *,

I* going to be sharp competition revenue and, at the same time, all of us prefer to fight But I, will have any moral right '1. ." (Florida City) *
to obtain what available do It In a way that will not be an and every' young man I have to keep. 0 _"A lovely linen shower will,
goods are on the market A tales undue hardship on anyone at this talked to, feel very earnestly that Then It already evidence of given at the home of Mrs. L' 8.

tax would act as a brake. time. Ardent patriot are not nobody in these United States war profiteering. It It particularly Matthews Wednesday afternoon
One tact stands out quite clear, shirking taxes but shoulderingthem should be allowed to make millionaire rife among contractors on from 3 to 9 o'clock by the Ladiet"

and that is the more the war can with as much fervor at they of himself on this war, defense projects. A congressional Aid Society of the White Stool

be financed! out. c-t .taxes Instead would t rifle ril go even further and say. It b | (Continued on Page Seven)i (Continued Page Seven))
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! Friday, March 71, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pate Fir ,
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Yr his horn Saturday Oral Terryof Mrs.J. U. Musumed and three BOW visiting their son who 1* stationed (
f Goulds I* patient at the .hos children Mr. and Mrs. Philip Na- at Little Rock, Ark. '
t tI tI
pita toli. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Torclse
nand Jlround -- Mr. and Mrs S. La Rocco and Helen Schroeder U confined to j |
Mr. and Mrs James Roberts two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Joe To. her home with an attack of In- 14
I I are announcing the birth of a five. marchlo and Miss Grade Tore!**. fluent "
pound six-ounce daughter in the D '

I Homestead James Archer Smith Hospital yes Mr. and Mn. George Cummings Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mattson tl
terday. left Thursday for Hillman moved from the Doxse cottage to ,

... . Mich., accompanied by their their home this week. I
'" Mrs. Cecil Gilchrlst of Jackson- grandchildren, Betty Jane John .. I
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Mn. Louts Fishman, Mn. J. T. M. rain, left Monday for their ville arrived in Homestead yesterday and Moureen Mowery.Mr. .
Jn keep and Miss Dorothy SchneI- home in Ashford, Ala. morning for a visit of several Homestead Girl ScoutsBy
t der arrived Sunday from Chicagoto I days with Mr and Mrs. W.Y' and Mrs Herman Kara, Barbara Miller
. visit Mn. Fishman' mother Bush. merer vlslUd at the home of Mass
' Miss Alta Webster who was John Zeller and Mr. and Mn
Annie Robert Mn. Inskeep
Mn.
The minstrel bade ejula was
called home because of the deathof Mrs. M. W. Duolap, who has Henry Baum Saturday, OttoBejchoff
her husband who has CIA
has Joined
checked and the following made
her father, Julian H. Webster,!
'4 been spending the winter with bar of Guttensburg. N. J.. I
Redland for the
been In past
hundred
It Robinson
on : Patty ,
left Monday for Decatur, Oa. to
son-in-law and daughter, Mn. and visited them and
1 month. Mn. Fishman Is the Monday
Barbara Jean Wakefield, Connie
resume her studies at Agnes Scott Mn. H. L. Brown, will leave to- G. Grant and Richard
former Miss Ethel Robert ion I
MfI'j I Campbell, Barbara Jean Horn,
\ College. II day for her home In Headland, Cleveland and Mrs. L. Margaret Barnes and Barbara

Ernest W. Sherard, J{. an eight- Ala. New York visited them Miller.
Mary Lou Musselwhlte, daughter day. I
pound-fnurteen-ounce ion was' The ones that have the moat
I
of Mr. and Mn. Wm.
Mussel-
born to Mr. and Mn. Ernest Sher FLORIDA CITYBy I stan on the achievement chart
white, has chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Scott, Jr, :
a ard Saturday the James Archer
I are Connie Campbell and Barbara
Warren Sever,: of Miami, Pat Patrick of West
Smith Mrs. Sherard Is Horn
Hospital. .. with eleven tan out of
the former Miss Mary Elizabeth Mr. and Mn. E. Lyle Robinsonof Virginia who 1* stationed at Opa. fourteen. The next group thatreceived
Kyle. Tulsa, Okla. and New Martlnsvllle Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Arbogast' Locka, and Bobby Brandenburgof tne are: Anne Rheney,.
! W. Va. came to Homestead returned Sunday from a two- South Miami were Sunday Ardel Parman, Mary Suber and
J Mr. and Mn. J. S. Hickson left Saturday to see their cousin, Mrs. month stay In Richmond. guests at the home of Mr. and Barbara Wakefleld. The third
J. Milton Leach, and her son-in- Mn. R. E. ScottMr. group I II Patty Robinson, Mar.
Be. law and daughter, Mr. and Mn Mn. W. F. A. Robertson left for garet Barnes, and Sally Suber
0. last and Mn. S. L. Shield and
with Mr. Hlckson'i brotherinlawand Ben Archer. Dayton, week to be with These are to go to Mrs. Skill's
her son, Frank Boedecker, who is children and Mn. George Car-
home Friday to plan our Easter
sister Mr. and Mn. J. R.Hlckson .
;: critically 111. Ule of Miami gave a surprise sup-
in Naranja.Mn. Mn. R. B. Chandler, her daughter camping trip.
Wanda, and her mother, Mn per party Sunday evening in hon. Some picture taken at camp
i i, E. A. Hartsock of Atlanta B. M. Fairdoth, spent last week Mr. and Mrs. Claude High of or Shields.of the birthday of Mn. S. & were shown. We received a letter
P. who has been visiting her daughter visiting relatives in Lakeland. Miami were Sunday visitors in from Mn. Matheson laying BIs-
Florida City. cayne Key Is a defense project
Mrs. Julian H. Webster. will Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Richardson
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t leave for her home Friday. Mrs. E. F. Fritter of Kansas I This U where we held a yearly
of Winchester Mas, left "
1 !City arrived last week to visit Mrs. Ida Silverman and son camp.
Howard West, ion of Mr. and her lister, Mn. A. A. Payne. Myer, of Miami were Monday one-week Wednesday visit for with Bradenton Mrs. Charles after a The cookie sal* begins April 1
l Mrs. S.L.West is'now employed in I visitors of Mr. and Mn. J. II. Clinton and Mn. Ken- and ends April IS. There are three
Margaret
Daytona Beach at the mill works Among those attending the lecture Simmons.Mr. nedy. types, vanilla, cooklement and oatmeal -
owned by his cousin, Wilson Sum- of Dr. Will Durant at Miami .
merlin, former Homestead resident Battle Creek Sunday were: Mr. and Mn. Julian Carpeauxleft Mr. and Mn. Raymond Warren Another quit was given on tint
f who has big defense housing and Mn. Carl Wagner, Mr. and Wednesday for Detroit after and two sons left Saturday for aid and signaling In signaling
1 contracts. Mn. Ceo. L. Polk, Mr. and Mrs. a winter at the home of Mr. and their home In Marietta, O. I from the letters we know, Mrs.
t.1 i J. M. Holferty, Mn. J. A. Ricks, Mn. J. H. Simmons. They were, Skill made a hundred and twenty

. ,oi Mr. and Mn. William Edmond the Rev. Ceo. H. Ricks and the accompanied by Mn. Walter: Mr. and Mn. Phillip Natoli will' words.
Watkins are announcing the birth Rev. Jesse E. Waller. Schutt whq Is going to Walled leave Monday for their borne In Suzanne Brown served ice

1 \, of their second child, Linda Ellen Lake, Mich., for the lummer. New York. cream.
Mr. and Mn. Jack Morris left I _
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I. ;\ Sunday morning in the JamesArcher '
Smith HospitaL Her weightwas pun. Mr. and Mn. Ernest Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Rase of
r" five pounds fourteen ounces of Goulds and their son, James,' Detroit left Sunday after a visit I
I Mn. Watkins Is the former Miss with Mr. and Mrs. Vane N. Harris. were Wednesday visitors at the I at the home o( Mr. and Mn. Fred tl1R
Marcia Caiuens.Mn. home. of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bai10. Henn. Mr. and, Mr*. Rase are
Mn. T. E. Kirby and son, How. .
.rd, have recovered from the -.
S. Grant of New York who
, has been spending the season In mumps. Residents of Florida City who
I' Miami and Miami Beach visited In attended the confirmation services, i
Homestead with her cousin, Mr. Dr. Nlal E. Ferris and Ted Ker- conducted by Bishop Joseph Hur
and Mr*. J, E. Gauzena, from Sunday keler, both of Cincinnati, visited ley at the Church of Little Flowerat 'URNER5 FUNERAI
; till Wednesday. at the home of Mn. M. A. Berger'I Coral Gable Sunday were: Mr.:

Sunday. and Mn. F Curcuruto, Mr. and I
'? Miss Carol Lee a senior ate !I 0 E2441oUrAmbuknce '

Montverde School, Montverde, Dickie Klnard son of Mr. and; Am rownrnoNRn0tl : ._
Fla., will arrive next week to Mn. R. R KInard, i* confinedto .KB SKATE IN COMPOST I
.1 spend the Easter holidays with his home with measles. Afteram. 1M I...%I P. M.CMMm. .. luCwilW Sorvlco
. her parent Mr. and Mn. Curtis tilt to III:anew..
\ 'A'f E. Lee. Miss Lee was placed on Mn. J. F. McKimmey war returned jUBtalM _, SU, Plus tU I LADY ATTENDANT
" '.11 the honor roll last month. to her home yesterday ,*rom Venetian Skating Rink Phone 270 Homestead Fla':
. 1 the James Archer Smith Hospital. ass S3. W. Silk AT*.. humid I I ,
t 1 Joe Borek and Clyde Pomerlow Danny Williams was returned to
1 q who have spent the winter farming
'M in South Allapattah Gardens
1i left this week for Marion, Conn.

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i / left Monday Co visit In North DON'T
iI j Carolina. Mr. and Mn. Hale Lane WASTE FERTILIZER

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Ir who have been visiting Mr. and 0 .
r 1 Mn. Bevo Webb. Mr. and Mr.I
1s Frank Webb and Mr. and Mn. F.
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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND_ ENTERPRISE_ FrHar.





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_ BESSIE HELSTROM SHOWS PAINTINGS HOMESTEAD POETS READ THEIR VERSES

_ TO HOMESTEAD ART AND MUSIC CLUBS r The CalendarMar. ,j 1 AT POETRY DAY PROGRAM OF LOCAL CLUB I

27-Exhibit of Redland
Docile Helstrom, foremost flower -'sau and they are now hanging in Horn Demonstration Club. Local poets read some of their Ways", "Casualty" and "Here Is
painter In America, shortenedby the> rooms of the Duke and Mar. 27-AJJ-day meeting of poems at the annual poetry day My Boy": and Mrs. Alan Connett'
four days her exhibit in the Duchess of Windsor. art club In Spellman studio program of the Woman's Club '/fHomestead who read "Return of Mrs. Hattie
Miami Beach Public library and Mrs. Helstrom declines to make: Mar. 28-Benefit dinner and Selassl', "Portrait of a Lady" and
Art Gallery to bring to Homestead speeches but she charmed her, supper of Ad Astra Chapter of Tuesday evening In the "War In Egypt'
on Monday a group of her paintings Homestead audience with O. J:. S.Mar. clubhouse, and Mrs Clayton ,I A poem, "A Plea", written by
for exhibit at a meeting of amusing story of her first 28-Dane* In Chamber of Sedgwlck Cooper reviewed one of I Mrs. Shirley Harkness Sellers
the Homestead Art Club at which at picture making when she wa.four .n'i'i Commerce building given her' books, "In si Chinese Court-! which has been set to music was
Monday Music Club members years of age. Homestead Woman's Club. yard", in which her propheciesof I sung by Mrs. H. K. Foulk. Mrs.
were special, guests. Mrs. Maud E. Chandler presented Apr. 3-All-day meeting b'l I T. L. Hodges sang two solos,
She to Home 24 years! ago have become a the words of which
was accompanied the artist with a bouquetof Homestead Art Club In I Motherhood'
stead by her husband, H Helatrom Easter lilies. studio on N. E- Seventeenth reality. were written by Mrs. Dickinson,
I retired manufacturer from After the meeting Mrs Hel and Second avenue. The program, arranged by Lily I|and I "Irish Love Song" by Lang.
Pent water. Mich., who assisted In strom promised the art club members Apr. S-Meeting of Ad Astra I Lawrence Bow, non-resident poet Mrs. Jos. Elder played the piano
arranging the exhibit In Legion that she would return In Chapter of O. E. S. laureate of the club, was presentedby I accompaniments.In .
hall where Ihe meeting was held. April to give a demonstration of Apr. Meeting of Garden Mrs. O. W. Calkins, Mrs H. I a contest, three books of
Mr and Mm HcUtrom have spent her method of composing a pic- Club. I JK. Foulk, president, presided. poems, given by Mrs. Eason, were
nine winters In Miami and they ture Apr. Meeting of Junior i! Poems read by local authors won by Mrs. E. A. Paul,,Mrs. R. O.
now own a winter home there. Mrs. Frank Hausman played n Woman's Club. I were: "A Son Enlists" and "A 1 Shore and Mrs. Haas.
Mr HcUtrom's father was Nils piano solo, Beethoven's "Moon-. Apr. 6-Meeting of Homestead' Mother Prays" by Mary Ferrell At the next meeting of the club
GuitnStombonv: Internationally I light Sonata". Mrs. T. L. f B. P. W. C. in Red Cross rooms Dickinson; "The Circus", Mri April 14, the new officers will preside
known writer and educator, and sang "An Irish Love St at8p.m. I John Julian; "Never Ending Pray I It was announced.
her mother was a noted composerand I "I Passed by Your Wl- Apr. 8:Meeting of Redlatid er", "Promise of Morning", "And
pianist. Very early In child. accompaniment played bj .I Neighborhood Club at home of Now' 'Tl. Spring", and "Fate1, I The clubhouse was attractively 1
decorated with I gladioli I and other
hood became interested In .Vane Harris. \\ J. A. Rotherham Mrs. Herman Heinlein: "To a 1
pnintiiin through watching the Mary Ferrell Dickinson ww Apr. 20-Pot-luck dinner of B Man", "Brave Warrior' and garden flowers
work v an artist aunt She' present and received applause P. W. C. at Avocado Lodge Hi "Grandmother 1849-1942": Mr- Sandwiches and punch were
studied under private tl'aehera'In when her new song, "Mother 8:30: o'clock. W. K. Baas; "Riu-tic Music' and i:served by the hostesses. Mrs. R.
be l'h Sweden and America, and hood" was sung by Mrs. Lewis: Apr. Installation of officersof "Letters In the Attic" Mrs. T. V \I O. Shore, Mrs T. E. Stadig, Mrs.
atL'n. t'd the Fine Arts Academy Brandenburg to accompaniment Woman's Club of Die Redlands Plcho; "Luna", "How to Find Hap- ;Ida Eichenberger and Mrs. J H.
in ( -.. ',n played by Mrs. Hausman. Apr. 27- Meetlng of HomesteadArt plncts" "Standard Bearers' 'Dixon.
',::1. < member of the Chi- The closing number was a technicolor Club at home of Mrs. E. L. "April Joys" and "A Field o' Present besides those already
C':: ( '11:" rica Association, the film on flower arrange Stream on Silver Palm drive west Clover", Mrs. Catherine Pkkit I ,;'mentioned were: Mrs Adrian Jacobs J
AU-IIli, 11 Society of Fine Arts ment. The program was present of Cooper roud. and "Our Loved Ones" and "Go-i Mrs J. D. Perkins, Mrs.
thi s.', ,>ty of the Four Arts in ed by Miss Bertha Nil Hausman, Apr. Inttallatlon dinner of dell of Love", Mrs. A. H. Stees i|Irene Shanklin Mrs. Harold E. 1
Palm Cvcti and the Blue Dome and Mrs. Ben Archer president, Woman's Club of Homestead and Mrs. Calkins read two poems by I Kendall, Mrs. B. A. Tibbits, Mrs. II
FcJlo1' > In Coral Cables. i presided. Junior Woman's Club. Mrs. R. H( iFitzpatrick, "Little Herbert Katz. Mrs. H.: Ruegg Mrs.
Mrs HeMrom exhibited In Sandwiches, cookies end punch Home Town" and "Souvenirs'! ,I H. O Cronwall, Mrs. M. M. Black.
Sweden many years ago In this were served after the program SANDRA LANIER'S FIRST two poems by Addle Mae John Mrs. Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. H. M. 1
r country ho annually puts on a Hostesses for the day, Mrs. Paul BIRTHDAY IS CELEBRATED "Trees of Flame" and "To Our I Degler, Mrs. Blanche Chapman,
one-min show at the Chicago Reynolds, Mrs. Jesse Gossman Sandra Lanler's first Ring", and one by Mrs. Lily Lawrence Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. J. F,
leries AisocliiUon. She has Mrs. H. 0. Spellman and Mrs. birthdaywas Bow, "Who Knows?" Hammett, Mrs. Wm. Lounsbury,
hibited alto M the Art Gal-I Archer, were assisted by Mrs. marked by a party given Saturday 1 Mrs. Bertram M. White of Coral
Chicago the Art Institute of Frank Webb and by Mrs. Quln by her mother, Mrs. A. L. Out-of-town poets who read I Gables, Mrs. Norton Garth of
Lanier. at the home of her nand. some of their works were Mrs t
waukee
and Norton Word of .. --- Trenton
ChristiansbureVa. Ky. Mrs. W. J. Krome
mother, Mrs. S. H. Fitch.: Amej I. Eason of Healeah who I
Pulm .
Beads.i I house-guest of Mrs. Reynolds. Miss Anne Ryan, Miss Agnes
Site has been awarded many Present besides those named Birthday cake was served with read "Again We. Pray", "NightPlanes" Studley and Miss Virginia Haas.
first prize by the Swedish- were Mrs. Sam J. Davis Mrs. Ice cream. "Hose's Mite Bag", The
B. E.
Poems I Long to Write" '
American Art Association of Chicago Oatlln, Mrs. W. R. Anderson Mrs Small guests present were: Lou "You
and by various other associations -' M. E. Andersen, Mrs. Henry Ru- Ann Ivey, Rose Marie and Janice : Might. Be Dearer" and '"PinkTeen I For results use Leader- I

and clu"She" won the egg, Mrs. J:. L, Stream, Mrs. McClung, Carla Dearlng, Sherry read ;"Immortelles"Mrs. Effie Lawrence ,who Enterprise Classified Ads
purchasing prize at Springfield Marl Saeger Mrs. I. P McLean Lou and Dexter Home. Carl Ded "Sot tn. My I

Museum of Fine Arts and Is rep. Mrs C. H. Rice Miss Elizabeth en, Carol Roberts, Jimmy, Claudiaand .i.iF .ii
resented at Morton Memorial Mu- S. Hall. Mrs. Ralph Kingman, Mrs. Connie Campbell Karen
aeum in Philadelphia. This year Herbert Katz, Mrs. C. H. Stef- Bishop, Dexter Lee Thomas, Barbara .it
ahe receive the first prize of the fanl, Mrs H. Collier, Mrs. S. 1..1 Horn, Laverne Eby< and
Blue Dome Fellowship.She West Mrs. Lee H. Lehman. Mrs. Amelia Hope Witt.
has cold paintings In every Geo. M. Frlck, Mrs. Geo. N. Wake- Grown-up guests were: Mrs.
state of the Union James Roberts Mrs. Carl Deden,
and In Cuba. field Mrs. A. M. Logan. Mrs. Wm. ,
Some of her Mrs. Carl Deden Jr, Mrs. Herman -
tropical flower
J. GeronImo
portraits Mrs. W H. K. Pen-
were purchased last year dleton and Mrs. Robert R. Rel- Thomas, Mrs Dexter Home, Make Your
for the government house In Nss- mert Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mrs. C I:. Eby
of Miami, Mrs. M. Daugherty of
Pahokee, Mrs. John Rickard Of
I UNIVERSITY CLUB VOTES TO CHANGE I Pahokee and Mrs. Selma Reltz,

PLANS BECAUSE OF
WAR CONDITIONS REDLAND CLUB TO HOLD

Because of war conditions--, the-Behrens- - hostesses, served a. ANNUAL The annual EXHIBIT exhibit TODAY of the Red- EASTER CANDY rs.

University Club Wednesday night chicken salad course, Easter candy land Home Demonstration Club .
decided to omit Its tea for senior and tea.Present. will be held today In the Red-
high school girls and to devote the land Woman's Club building un-
were:: Mrs. Green
ten dollar thus saved to helping Rives, der the chairmanship of Mrs :
Mrs.
H. G.
Thurman, Mrs.
the W. B. 1.1
scholarship girls It will selectat A. Carter.Petersburg.
Its Mills-Mrs. L. R. Becker, Mrs Geo.
next meeting. The meeting L. Polk. Mrs. W. L. 1 ..y
was held at the horn of Sawyer Mrs 1I SELECTION
Mrs. J.
R.
Rutland. Mrs.W. B. M. Hindman, Mrs. Ivan Moser, I before returning to her :<
presided. R. Bird, president M.... Lonnle I., Hood Mrs. Ruth horn .. ..\ J
L. Scott, Mrs. Ben Archer, Mrs.
The club decided, also because 1 1
Bird, Mrs.
of war conditions Rutland. Mrs. Rives, : I
to omit its . "
annual .
'
Mrs
Thurman and Miss Behrens. : "" "
,
bridge tournament f
next fall, .
t.suelllf to decide al Its : i
April I
meeting MIS. CARL..O SON .
From
on other
ways of meeting the OurlargeFresh ;
scholarship experts 'I HONOR? MOTHER ,

Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mrs. J.I A luncheon honoring Mrs R L. 7.- '
O. Wynn and Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehl 1 Benson of Derry, N. H. was given ,
were appointed to .. '., .
serve
as a nom. by her daughter
mating commute Mrs. A. H. Robinson Mrs. Carl F. :> .. .. . . .. -
at the Robinson
Dellinger home
admitted to
memoenhlp. II
I Wednesday, I Stock -

Mrs. RuUund and Miss Lois.. Mr*. Benson who ha spent two D.ap.ksagrq_sdtiewwheatsrls
month her will lave Saturday

JENNIE LOBDELL CLASS for I visit with friends in St Method 0
HOLDS MEETING eat asm/ore7/ I
I The Jennie Lobdell Claw ol tM s 1tit fat I r 5 : ,. :." .

Homestead octal meeting'If'thodilQlurd Monday trenlng\Ji.ld DRR.S.AKERSDENTIST ' "1. 1 : I :;: :: : ;'. :, .------; -- .! II dj':

a' the home of Mr, and Mrs Bevr) ,. ()1i'j MauqubAIM ". ........ . ...... =t ...", '
dent.Webb. Mrs. Webb I Ia its" presl- 4' '.

Present besides hnst and hostess OfTIe noire S L m. to 5 p. ..aSwuUyt r::..:::-hei we', I Jack :DIXIE DRUG Bwr4Jokswm
were: tile Rev. and Mrs. T. A. : a u nOe4 Folk .
Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Saiwdw ALICE'S BEAUTy
Brandenburg Mr. and Mrs. Paul SALON I none M and lilt
Reynolds Mr. and Mrs.
Dan
Wilt Free Parking Space I
t llama, Mr. and Mrs. James Otis. IS-114 sac"" AVON& I
Mrs and Mrs. H. L. Brown. Mr., 17(1 N. W. MTH ST. )MIAMI Ala a1......
and Mrs. W. &. Mills U.... Quinn PHONE s-iisi ....0"j, j .
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Friday March 27 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Seven

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I SjialEvJ I(I 20(Continued. YEARS from Page AGO r|I CLASSIFIED ADS. 1 I


Church In honor of Mm Margaret I RATE: lint insertion 10* a One; subsequent Inwillo"Sd

L. Hewitt who will become the !I a tin .

bide of Rev. Lawton B. '(:. Mo- \ .-
I fat. . ." ,

HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB HOLDS I -"Mr. and Mr*. W.'J. Booth announce FOR RENTIRooMandbath i LOANS

the birth of a baby girl
: OUTSTANDING EXHIBIT FOR DEFENSE I Wednesday, March 22."' i iso cottage, fur-I LOANS TO MODERNIZE,

"Mr. and Mr*. E. Z. Thomp- nlshed. $20 a month to yew I REPAIR AND REMODEL
;; i round No children. 2 Grove Residential and Bunlnest
are announcing the birth ofa
Over four thousand 'Jan of eelved tint prize for a small
\I
daughter at the Homestead hospital mi. north of bank, Krome I Property are available through
>
and relishes
fruits, vegetables i|potted plant a pie made from
R. O. Store. (pm-27)) i BROOKER LUMBER CO, INC
have been canned by local women I, tropical fruit a dress for child ), Wednesday morning at I

this winter with the equipment i I under 10 yean of age, Italian o'clock." Suggestions:

r of the Homestead Home Demon- '!{clay work and quilting Her seci -..Little Katharine Harper, F02 SALE I I Add extra room or porches

stratlon Club, member of the club !I i I,ond prizes were for marigolds and daughter of Mr. and Mr*. C T. New roof and other repairs

estimated at the local exhibit of''mixed cut flower, and her third'Harper, was struck by a car S-ACRE lime grove, 2 mile from i Convert garage Into apartment

t the club Friday In the Future ,prize wa for marmalade and pre- driven by Chis. Bryant Wednesday bank bId,. Can be bought on I I Convert house Into duplex apt

Farmer clubhouse. This Is proof1 I I serve. afternoon and although considerably terms. Mr*. M. A. Berger,! MONTHLY PAYMENTS

that the local women are anxious |I Mrs. G. Cooper and Mn. Wake- bruised her Injuries are Krome ave. and 10th street I, $100 H mo. repay $998 ma

to do their part for defense by !I, field each received three tint not serious. . The accident was (m27tf :I $1000, 36 mo.-repay $3U4 mo.

using horn grown products, it :( prizes. Mrs. Cooper' were for a unavoidable at the child ran in (5 DOWN and 13' monthly, total I i $1000, 110 mo.-repay $21C7 mOo
\ front of the . ." $1000, CO mo.-repay $10(33 mOo
was pointed out. I( thrift dress, a wood novelty article car. price $195 buy S acre on w""i!
I -
,P This canning equipment may be and articles made from sacks, -"c. M. Phillips, a Louisville tide Longview road, ti mile! Loans Can; Be Secured

used without cost by anyone In the and Mn. Wakefield's fr'I roses, I banker arrived Friday to spend a north of Palm avenue. :\lr.1 I il To Modernize and Repair
I few days with his W. K. Phil-
community who applies to the club II canned vegetables and or son, I Llchtenberg, Congress Bldg. LEASED OR MORTGAGED
lips, who la planting avocado I
president, Mn. Geo. N. Wake-.'rayon dress or suit an (m27: PROPERTY
field. Mrs. Fred Suber won two tint grove. ., .

prizes for marigolds and cut flowers -! LIME, orange, tangelo and kum-(I Loans for NEW CONSTRUCTION
The exhibit of canned product
1 was larger this year than ever 1 I a second prize for articles IJLMINATION I II quat trees, all sizes. Mrs. Chat .of Commercial Bulldinis are alto
made from sacks, and a third prize Camp, East Bauer drive. I available on MONTHLY PAY
4 before in the club's history.
for mixed cut flowen. I P--; (mh20-aJ) MENT PLAN through Biooker
t Another outstanding exhibit I i iwas | Mr*. Gordon Ivey won a tint I I (Continued from I Lumber Co.Wayside .
commitee recently reported tha' 1940 PONTIAC A-l condition
r a display of five different prize for marmalade and pre- I coupe I Stands, Barns, Gasoline
classes of flowen. The exhibit 1 I many contracting firms doingbusbies with only 1,000 miles on
: I j fserves, a second prize for canned J JI Stations, Utility Bldg., Tourist
l was under the direction ot MissEunice I with the government"have new act of tires. (... J. Parmnnmh20tf .
I vegetables, and third prize for tJ I' Cabins, Real Estate Office, Garage,
begun to harvest of
Grady, county home demonstration I reap a ( )
1 small potted plant. Poultry Buildings, and various
excess and unconscionable prof. I
agent J Mrs. R. E. Edwards received I FRUIT SPRAY machine with tank other Industrial and commercial
Last
list' year a Pennsylvania I
Mrs. B. E. Gatlin
received six
; ') two first prizes, for products made congressman made a one-man Investigation and motor. Also steel barrels, buildings are eligible Inside or
first prize ribbons and two sec- I
from citrus fruits and for Christ- limits.MONTHLY .
outside
a city
I of used cross ties, and (00 tack
the
money spent In
ond. She received tint prize for:
I[mas gift Idea. constructing Camp Blandlng, and lime. L. S. Spencer, Navy Yard. I PAYMENTS
three varieties of home
crown Mrs. A. M. Logan and Mrs, A. he revealed that two Florida (m20-tf) $100, IB mo.-repay $SV8 mo.
contracting
vegetables, mixed cut flowers
4 a I W. Hutchinson tied for tint place! firms made $1000, 30 mo.-npa $31M mo.
jar of plain canned fruit a silk for pickles and relish. Mn approximately FRUIT SPRAY MACHINE with as
t Lo-j, $2500, 30 mo.-repay $19 mo.
$480,000 for themselves buildIng
or rayon dress or suit,a woo .d rest I I gan won second place for tank and motor, also steel bbl.,
r and a dish garden made from and preserves. marmalades the the road In the camp. I know. see L. S. Spencer, Navy pipe ) We also have F. H. A. LOANS
of both
owners these contracting
tropical materials. Her second 'd'i for New Homes
Mn J. Roman won second prize ( ) payable monthlyover
prises were for cut flowen anda firms, and they are both 20-29
for pickles and relish. I yean.
small potted plant. I I First exhibit will nice fellows, but nobody can ever FRUIT'STAND with living

Mn Carl Anderson received at prize the county achievement compete convince me that they ,were entitled !, en, bath and 2H acres, quart-I, We furnish idea, estimates, and
to take nearly one-half mil- material
five tint prizes, two second prize day exhibit which will be held in I cation, $900.
I and one third prize. She re-1'II Ir I April. lion dollars out of the government's I There is no obligation In discussing

- pocket on that one job, or I ACRES bearing avocado enclosed your need with us. Phoneor

on any number of such Jobs. with woven wire fence, call. Well gladly captain the

SONG COMPOSED BY MRS. REDD USED Why, that Is more money than 10 acres scarified land, 2 acres I aervlce.

I IN HONORING GRAND INSTRUCTRESSAn I 1 BOO soldiers would receive at $21a plneland, no buildings, all for I BROOKER LUMBER CO.
month for
an entire year' service $1,500' -one-halt cash, required
" Phone II Box 4ISHosneateaJ.
A couple of corpulent contractors -

s unusual feature of the hon-! grand matron announced the ap- aided and abetted by I I 10 ACRES Includes- t acres Valencia FU.

on.paid to Mn. Marjorie Haines po'ntment of Mn. J. W. English: ,l I few pot-bellied politicians, are : oranges and small cottage,

of Miami, grand Instructed of the I worthy matron a* grand representative Just not entitled to grab a half Priced at $2,500. Terms, half LOST
of Quebec. I I million dollars from the publictrealul'1
O. t S. of Florida, by Ad Astra' for cash. SPECTACLE!: blond phase)
Other a few months piddling -
special guestsworthy'matrons
i frame, lost about Feb. 13, possibly .
Chapter Friday evening wa a assoot I work In building a few
I worthy patrons, Plenty of other good values. I at Fruit Festival Box
e long composed for the occa.lODI ate matrons, associate patrons, i i lime-rock roads at Camp Bland- H. A. CAMERON A-IJ7 Homestead Lrmlcr and
i conductresses and associate \ ln., or at any other army camp ,
by Mn. J. D. Redd and sung by'I'' conductresses Phone 71 Homestead Enterprise.
t Mrs. Lloyd Deitz.' -were In'roduced.' I In a recent cue Involving outrageous (m nS'j)

l The song preceded a handkerchief -' Plan were made for a benefit I II and unconscionable profits WANTIUTJTORINO

shower for the honor guest dinner to be given Saturday under made by the Bet.11.. !lean S llp. t UK nA1.A: lYopn.nl plant tot I
handkerchiefs 'I (building Corporation In the first n>* sires and trorlcai tr 1' WANTtDI
\ The arranged in an the direction of Mrs. A. R. ,
upturned parasol, were presented I Meybem, Mn. Sam J. Davis and l[World War, ft! supreme eou-t of seas 3ii. Jungle Grove, Hi 1 school and grade school subject

'1 by Mn. A. R. Meybem, associate Mn. Deitz. |i the United Suit u4!: that It a road and Plummet JrK'. Mn M. J. Arm. ng A. B,

matron. company show an unwlllinjtnes. -1 j riummer drive md Country
Chicken salad and coffee were '
I Mn. Marlon Nebb I I to conclude t fair con ract for slop snuff. Club road
served after the
worthy meeting. I
_. r war material, conga has Old oily OUIe oils old oily autoj i
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1 :constitutional authority to Frank threw Fred three free ,J nTII'F or INTENTION Tn MACK AP.

II i 1i MRS SEYMOUR DANE AGAIN ELECTED I:1 with It. The nations th'l thi-owi.-Ex. |I,\ runt IMlr\TION FOB JIDorWN W

I court said "Under this autlu XOTlrK: III Wacky OIVtTN lint the < ".
PRESIDENT OFREDLAND
WOMAN'S CLUB .....0..to.s..t.to..I*i-.Nl...l will IM tko' ait "." April.
leonl/lW'ean draft men for UHt, .l lomo :rlorl .. M. '.'I. a rwll4 -
2 service. Its power to draft bU-1 BOY SCOUT NEWSBy .:<... ,- a1n'lp M H.mmklo Weaver W.
tslba.: SeywnwvBaae we. hI The club voted to give $9 to the fin Tmmtll, our of |hr JutiMT "' th. Ptr.
organisation to
support the Leroy rlttbuira .,itt toiitt ,d Dab. I .tmt. ,, rtorvS .... In
.sleeted 'fIMdfll' wf tile Trtlatnaal.Clth scholarship: fund of the Dade fighting men.who tick their tl'velcan ........,........................... County federation of : V..." ....
be no less. I per Jrdn.a .r w trrva an
the Rcdlandf at recent
e a The weekly of tlrr ,_. soth.u'M 11.. .d"'n'I .ho
Clubs and $5 to the Red women'j meeting .
.: I am against any candidate to. ,ndrr'lesdd Willow"|' Allti <", .1" 11.10
Held in. the clubhouse.Mn.
meeting Homestead Scouts held .
Day was
congress who does not publicly ht r 111. still ..... Pit. naWu.
E. A. Carter was M-elected )Monday night at the municipal ,Mrs AI...iM..(w H...... WN1.d.H.7ACn' .. .
pledge himself to
I support fc-eUta- I ,
J VtAIIIMJlRf
IreMurer 'Others chosenfor office MRS. HALEY GIVES: tion empowering the swimming pool. A food many 1)lllVZLR CAUOE'IT
governmentto
were: Mn. Goo. W. Turner! LUNCHEON FOR MOTHER draft business new members attended. Mi Bill i AU .iiuf. for Irlili......

Jr, jrtca-prcaideuU;- Mrs W. Mn. Paul Haley gave a luncheon service Just a* It concerns dots Its mrn for wa (W. E.) Ralncy gave us a spcrch '._0 IN.ir a. r.
D. Mahan, second vice-president;I recently at her home In Florid Then: statement sound on scout participation In d..lPn..1. "UtTII' nr INTENTION TO Arson 11

1 Miss Eitelle Turner, recording I I City In honor of her mother Mr*. somewhat radical But may stronger work. *OXOr.< Tan AlITIIORirlHO("Rf'.rrT rotiiiT THIS son ADOPTION I n

secretary and Mrs. Cina Stewart,I S. J. Bush: statements have been mote by Altogether thore were 33 bay ur ANN BAKBASBA ""I'A '!,

.. corresponding secretary. They Coven were laid fax: Un. Carl better men than I am. In 1771 attending the meeting The Lonesteed :J J I unfit MINOR.* 'II wruriiT: onrri:!' that th.wulN t,I'
will collect I *
4 mill be installed at. the seat meeting I .Robinsun n..Mrs, B. L. DeoMtu, George Washington became so disgusted troop new <-l, mMMto .."! HlwM M
April 21.t papers again on Saturday Mar, '.',Lisa Cumin. RUI .f ,_.. "..'"< and
Urs '1. M. Black, Mn J. A. at war profiteering that h
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28. will l uvhr' .. UM lets < r *t April. A. D.IU tt.
Hicks, Mrs. T. L. Hodges. Mrs. M., I declared, "No punishment In mj I' M ate m. as .*. .lea's .hwr"ft"
i W. Kent, fcr F. O. Rob'nwui opinion la too lot the \ ..m mar Ix lM.r4. .. w ...ttoe
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Pace Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, March 27 1942 4,


ben In It David Barnes was: meeting. Jean Ballard came back I ranged blgrophy of Thomas Edi. ,)i'
. :10. HOMESTEAD IHGH-LIGHTS e elected president; Arnold McD i to this school after attending the .
wain, vice-president: Tomtny Harris : Florida City school for a short son.Edna Verdi one of Mrs. Moter : '
secretary; and Hubert Smith time. pupils, has left for New York. The *
: Tenth Crade Winner The Student CouncilOr assistant secretary. I Dixie Jean Brunkow, Carl pupils are) glad to have Tom "''

Of W. D. Lett TrophyAt The 4-H Club which consists 1 Smith and Jimmy Watson of Mrs. Drawdy back after a lengthy attack t
: WUeeei AeatlaI
of measles. Tom Dolor Is absent -
of about ten members discussed Sageri room have birthdays this I'
a special assembly last think that every student boWl at the last meeting the idea of I month. As each member of the with an Infected foot The '
Thursday the School: law the finals that we have a student council but having a JJarty In order to let class has his birthday his classmates boys' garden project ha about t
of the interclass tournament between how many know what it stands tome of the former members back sing the birthday l. The come to aa end. In this garden
the tenth and ninth grade for and what it does? again. Miss Delaney was down girls are enjoying playing with the there were such vegetables aa \
In the semi-finals the tenth grade In most all the schools ol from Miami. She) told of severs jump rope Mrs. Wynn has loaned Chinese cabbage, collards, onions
beat the eleventh grade and tile Florida there b a student council. contest which the Homestead 4-H them. and radishes. The boys hope to
ninth grade beat the twelfth.In The student council Is comprised Club could enter. The girls also Miss Brundige, who Is a guest plant another garden within the :
tile finals the tenth grade of a student from every home discussed the purchase: of defense In Rosemary Sawyers home, gave next few days. The sixth grade ,
won a hard fought game from room la the school The officers stamps and bonds. Miss Ray's room a delightful talk classes art interested in the studyof '

the ninth grade BJ-30. of this council are the president, The M members of the mixed on Tuesday about her travels in Australia. '
At the end of the game the W. vice-president secretary and trea Glee Club are Bow working on the Holland and other European coun Ernest Dees la a new pupil tat
D. Lott Memorial interclass tour surer. The members are elected operetta "Rose of the Danube". tries. The grade sold $5.SO worth Mrs. Wyna'i r..... He and his '
moment trophy was presented to at the end of every year so that Mrs. Becker's knitting club of stamps through its post-office family are from Maine and art f;
the tenth grade. to work at the consisting of 39 members had here for defense work.
they can get right alesson last week. The third grade has :
Harry Bishop was high point beginning of the year. The officers in casting on. Next they started a new social science read' The Neva King Cooper School ;
man of the tournament with 42 are elected by the whole student will learn the regular knitting "CentervUle..." I has a complete new set of encyclopedia ;

points. Flernoy Lott made 34 body while the home room stitch and will begin to make There was an election: In the volumes. There art'.
points. representatives are elected by knitted squares for an afghan Citizenship Club. The president eleven books entitled Tht New '
The last couple of weeks the their respective home rooms. which may be given to the Red Is Billy Booth; the vicepresidentBilly i Wonder World", Also they art
boys have, been taking up archery i The H. H. S. Student Council Cross. Folliard; and the secretary, known as the Rainbow books.
under the direction of Coach Cost- Is supposed to meet every week on The Grooming Club of 28 members Effle Radford. They have appointed -
man. Some of the boys have : Monday. We meet alternately I Is now interested In hairstyles new committees
become adept In handling the during school and after. At the proper use of Cosmetics In Jhe weekly quiz program of sttA ? I

bow.The meetings when we meet during tends, and proper grooming as a Mrs. Bird's room last week Vic-
physclal education department school we rotate as to which peri-I whole. tor Morris handed In a well ar-
has started baseball In all od we shall meet The
I seven members of the Cam
of the periods every day after The student council does many era Club are learning how to print
school now the baseball team has valuable and helpful things for i!plcturel.I ..
been practicing for its first game the school In its meetings. So
The Bombers' Club has
a membership Whatever the Make Whatever the Model
of the season with Redland. far this year Its members bought a of 12 who have already
Several of last years' ball play. school flag and raised the money I built 35 airplanes for the army
era turned out for the first practice for It out of various enterprises. They were taken to Miami by. Mr. Buickcyc
Among them was Ralph The student"council organizes the Hindman.
Dellinger D. L. Bowen, Matt Bal- dances, and furnishes the band. Members of Mrs. Cellar- library -
.laro Steve Blondo and Arnold tt also has charge of the drinks staff are arranging the
Mcllwaln. Other boys that re- that are told at the basketball books In order to adjust themselves
ported for practice are Billy Forte I I games and the dances. All the to the new shelves. They
Irby Swords, Billy Jacobs Billy sssembllea are planned by the student have four new books-two on
Dickinson, Harry Bishop, Flernoy councilA battleships and two on baseball.
Lett Merrell Caves, Paul Rue, student day hat also been There are now 12 members on the (CONSERVE YOUR CAR)
Roger Glenn Dan Hannon, Torn- planned by the student council staff. They are to begin to index
my Harris, Wilbur Caves and Don Our student day will come on i"and catalogue books and maga.
Done The coach U looking for. April 7, On this day Fred Hobart(sines which do not have a Reader'sGuide Service
ward to a very successful season will take Mr. Hindman's place;'' service. The magazines

this year. II Kathleen Freeman, Miss Watson's;,' which are to be prepared like this b designed tt Insure the maximum usefulness and performancefrom
and the students will take charge.. have important material on various year aatomoblte by giving It regular, carefully punned
SEWING CONTEST OPENS of the classes. The teachers on subjects which cannot be attention.A .

Richard's Department Store In this day will sit In the room a. found elsewhere. special kind ., service destined for the time We
Miami la sponsoring a sewing contest all other students and will have most conserve oar ears because we are ne longer tore we tea
that will be open to all home the lame rights.Student TYPING NEWS get new ones when wt want them.
economics: classes in Junior and council groups don The first class is
year typing Tea taro clef te us the Job of remembering everything
senior high schools. This contest keep their Ideas to themselves now finishing a budget on formal year ear needs dent for it-lubrication. change ef oil reel
opens Sunday and the contestants Before the war and a tire shortage invitations, menus, and programs. filter cleaning, clutch lath cheek engine tuning, tin switching
will have ant month to completethe I there was a county meeting every When this is finished we win headlight inspection *U filter renewal, wheel bearings labrieallon -
garment which may be a sport month and a state convention every -1 start composition work. Each brake adjusting. Inspect sad Wing sjf battery
suit or dress or evening gown. year. At these meetings many composition will be two or more i checking tf tooting system, and clucking: tf order brake
Both material and pattern must Ideas were developed Into plan pages In length
cylinder.
be bought at the store. First prize and Instead of one school benefit Previous to the Invitations
we I A C-Y-C chart Hate aO these aervtees aa4 .and the
more-
ing the whole county or even the.
will be a defense bond and second were doing several different types
i mileage at which they should be performed. We set a
'
and third prim will be defense I state benefits. To each of the: and styles of business letters. ThisIs
meetings five delegates art allowed the record fee year eat' and the attentions siren It; all g-Ksawtrk
stamps. truly one of most Important:
and trotting to memory are eliminated.
to go. 1
kinds of typing. In later life
GIRLS TO BEGIN TRACK I So I hope you can see more i ii will probably bt used more a:1 We call for your car regularly
At the head of the girls' physical i clearly what the student council anything else. A good, well bal I
education program tale week :is and what It does I II anced properly styled business service it regularly, bill you for a small

is a badminton tournament for I CLUB NOTES letter Is always appreciated. amount regularly-and that's all thereis
all classes. Quite a number of
girls have signed up. The matches i' The Artistic Typing Club ha. ELEMENTARY NEWS I to It.
will be played any time the students been transformed Into what U now Mill Jackson lost two pupils
Your ear not only receives tht regular preventive Bare
are free and the finals will a beginners typing class. Th Angela Verdi who went to New
that off major attentions long possible, bat
pub aa aa yea
be held as soon as possible. few members who are In it are I York and Joan Walker who wentto
get plenty of advance noticethen such major operations art
Junior High as well as Senior learning the fundamentals of typing Baltimore. .
about to become
High girls will begin track nextweek. at present. Mrs. Thurman's class won the necessary.
Archery will be continued The Pan-American Club sponsored P. T. A. prize st the last P. T. A., Give .a a calLPRESTON
let several weeks. Thj game by Miss Stewart Is pro-
takes quite a bit of practice but reeling with six members. Each B. BIRD MOTOR COMPANY
the girls are eager to leant member U to take a Spanish ChiropracI MAP:6
The number tf students parUclyaUnK :speaking country and find Information -
for U nlihUlu Opposite Lcgion.Tag Office
ta aftet school activities of all kinds concerning Ito
U Increasing although there Is still make a report on The pupil 12I -
a Krome Ave. at 5th Street Phone 18
,
a >W> of equipment Mle. Archery :answer to the roll tall by Cidrcountry ,,
It most popular with tennis running , Frank Rice is Mexico:
a close second. Aa archery Charles Elevens, Chile: John Pope
tournament win be held as loon aa Argentina; Ann Shackleford, Brazil -
fctdmiate is Calahod. ; Milton Hunter Cuba; and
l Aaron Lovett Central Am des. SPECIAL
ALL ENJOY CONCEIT The Model Airplane Club sponsored
: by Mr. Blackburn has '
I Tat bandl variety toncrrt was present approximately fifty memAFFLY a- TIME '27 in. x 45 in. FELT RUGS
a great lureeai and everyone ....
eyed It The proceeds ambantod Crown Blue -Green
EACH '
HOVE
14 about forty Uars. The white Dr. Leonard W. HasumGLASSES COVNTSl

elephant tale also was a success Life Is too short to be spent $1.00 each

and about i forty-nine dome .. constantly "ailing." Let Chiropractic -
%edeas.e a. a. --
profit was anade\ I nwaee ......... ..e3u show you the way back to SmithGravesFurniture' Co.
ts. L ruse as, sue" n.4)9n '
Hay 14 ....sacsp.waYN Health. Al It has for so many
Happiness consists not fa potcadsjK ..... ethers. Crisp each day each Phone 24&J Homestead
much, but to being content!I hour for eaJeFabr.lblnt.tON Be

With what wt possess. Bt who another hoof Is wasted betake .,_._, ,". ,_ '.. _'M
wants Kn-f always hat f.il an aTpointmont here, far-Health.Tasday M
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I DR. C. C. DENBYOsteopathic
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DI.M.A.BERGERDentist 1942 DriTcr's LicenseAT : ISI,131S' .
.bait Patti S M 1Sf'

-assasilass ky As.dminsed .: Physician,

Jnstketf Peace Office
Dr. R. J. Elliott. -. ' Phone 39 -
First National Bankt Odd renews BalVtttgtrouxsTEAO

naaoPltACl'O&, Homestead Flau
hStH - rtA. *HeCmy Arcade ,

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