Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: April 3, 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: VID00536
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
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Vol. 31-No. 14 Homestead, Florida. Friday, April' 3, 1942 Price 5 Cents





Work on Rerouted Keys Highway' :









u.J( To Start, War Dept. Notice Hints







I Drowning of 2 Soldiers ANY PROTESTS'ON CONCRETE'




In Car Found *Accident I BRIDGES ''MUST BE FILEDBYAPRIBPUISTOID.


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Special Music to 1\lark.Community !
SAILOR HELD II

Good Friday Service This Evening I I

I Indication that work on the reconstruction -
BLAMELESSINCANAL Special music for the community steed Methodist Church will be the t THE WEATHER of the Oversea Highway -
ij Easter service to be held at I anthem, "Lord. Make Me Strong", I -
o'clock this evening in the Home$1,700 by the Homestead Methodist Official weather report of the will be started at this end

vested choir directed by Irving J. Subtropical Experiment Station, within the next fw weeks Isseen

: CRASHCharles Lyon and a number by the Baptist Homestead Florida. in notices Issued by the war
IS TOTAL choir directed by Mrs. ii L. West Dale It... ( MR
\li..a.1116103. \ that protest on
"When I the Wondrouserou" Mattes 28 _.._! I 29.961 department any
Survey March 27........1 83 I 188 29.881 the construction of concrete
will be, by the congregation
Zoll and Sidney Friedman GIVEN TO CHEST sung i March 28.85' I 11 I 0.14 bridges across Snake Creek and
MatCh 21'I I 178 I 156 I 0,02 Tavernler Creek!: must be received
This Good service
soldiers who were drowned Friday of
y '. March 30. I T3 I 51 130.081 0.08 on or before April 9.
o, when the In which BY SOUTH DADEA meditation and music is to be
car they were authorIzed
March 11. 1 79 I n 129.011 0.54 The $3,000,000 project -
based on the last words of
1'f: hitching a ride plunged Into a Christ Ministers seven who will take April 1. I 79 I 89 130,081 early In February by the'fed
canal ten miles south of Homestead government wi'V re-rout the
total of nearly seventeen hun- part' In the service are: the Rev
:. on the Oversea Highway, highway from Flor.. t City over
-/. cam to their death as the resultof dred dollars has been subscribed Harley R. Core, the Rev. W.v E. TO STAGE the abandoned roadbed of the
CLUBS
Rowell, the Rev. George H. Ricks,
4 an unavoidable accident, according by citizens of South Dade to the Florida East Coas railway to
the Rev. Robert H. Dr, J.
;,1'\ to the verdict reached at Dade Spear Lower Matacumbe. ,'rom Lower
County Community Chest
E. Johnstone, the Rev W. H. K.
a coroner' Inquest conducted I by and many pledge cards have not PARTIES FOR MEN Matacumbe to Big Pine Key, area
Pendleton, the Rev. Geo. E. Deuel
:t Sustio of the 1'e.ce*Sid. JIKenTirlclt ,, Xl.b** turned .II\ .J4nM.rla and the Rev,Jane E. Waller Of the toll brUW-tfUtrlcUth road
fret night , V ..,, die of ''
Jacob, major for the drive in the STATIONED HERE already traverse viaducts
The verdict specifically exonerated Redland District, said yesterday the abandoned ra"-oad: from
Edwin I Drown. a Key The campaign was to have endedlot l Big Pin K f to Ki West, however .
West sailor who was driving the ROY CHANDLER Id It let of windIng -
Friday but was extended to Sponsoring f>t parties for servicemen the ft a i
car, of all blame in connection permit mopping up" by workers '" curves and nturow wooden
by various civic Is being
I groups
with the oceldeatwhich occurred Individuals or firms who have ELECTED HE AllOFROTARYCLUB promoted by the Junior Wom bridges The presto, project will
at 11:40 p. sn..Monday.Drown been missed in the canvass of an's Club of Homestead through eliminate" these hazards by 'continuing

I' was on his way back this area are asked to contact Mrs Its president, Mrs James L. Bird, the highway along the
from Miami with his fiance Miss Jacobs by telephoning No. 33 and and ita defense recreation chairman railroad viaducts and embank

Jean via of that city. At the she will see to It that any overlooked Mrs Augustus Wynn, and its ment Into Key West
Last ..nee barbeque stand Just the
contributions or pledges are efforts meeting with enthusi Tavernier Creek pirate
south of Florida City they pickedup called for Immediately. Roy S. Chandler was tchosen are- island of Key La'ft *rom Planta- .'

the two soldiers who were Taking part in the canvass were president of the Homestead Rotary asmLast tion Key. Snake C/ek separate
seeking transportation to their members of the Homestead P. T. Club at the annual election Christmas and New Year'sDay Plantation Key from the Island ctMatacumbe
camp at Long Key. I A., the Redland District Lions held at the weekly luncheon In the Junior Club saw to it that Because of the diversion -

In a statement made to Invest I I Club and the Homestead Rota r the Legion hall Wednesday Directors soldiers stationed In Homestead' of the hlghv.... from It*
gating officers, and read at the Club. elected were Bevo Webb ,who were off duty T ere 'r-.-td present ro e at FloCity, n.I. .
Inquest last Ight Drawn sold he Lions Club teams and their re. J. R Brooks, Adrian Jacobs ar i into private homes for rekji: he tiling wobln( b\lf: t Snnko
lost control of hU r r liS the right (Con) sued on Page Four) ',hn R. Mathers club !I- Mir ajvocf ng "'1IX.- Creek soil ,erne t reek ""d

rear and front wht h. the wit - Guest speaker was I" Wagner zen >? InvitatIoN to boysto Coo> inn on r.5.1 tot. .
ahol,'der .1 the highway t a pot > principal of RedU Farr dine o.,t as out ovary day practice

(Continued on Page four) D-dli Numbers MayBe Life School, whose subject was .

Posted at City 'National Det_". "U Is not only during the holidays ARMY SEEKING
Hall in Few that such hospital!'y should
DayrOtter The club membership wt dtvlued -
ROD SERVINGIRS "
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be show, said Mrs, Bird; "it
into two teams for an attendance
should prevail throughout the duration OPPONENTS FOR
I number of registrant 'cortes'wlOt Stanely
20TH! YEAR lot the< Ihlid draft In Draft Wlttkop as captain of Team Not of the war. '

Durrict Mo.1 will be potted M and Dr.A. M. Logan at captainof "TliB junior and senior women SOFTBALL GAME
4ISSION the Homestead City Han within Team 'No.2, The prise will be 's clubs have made It a practiceto I
ON COM I
the next few days, inn.' J. Oafuiinav a fishing trig alt e.pe.of admit service men free ofcharge ,

fcaixmufc of Draft.I which wilt!be.pai4b, MAO.4bgiios to all dances sponsored by The army contingent In Homestead *

The eouettIc lOll la worir-- ,)Boat*',Vaai Yesterday. the..lostugLink am. .. I UKn'tut We feel that this U Dot ,.an'. to play diamondball,
enough. In addition there should be
f..
two lacking
but :ors lira
inc I* clot *or pmtlon with the
,several parties given for them each I 1, An opposing team, preterbaly
I Dad* County Budget Bonn* itt aprcenua month. Only a small percentage
from of
among thecitizenry
; t.o'.recbIee'' ,enpewUtwe*1 bt the soldiers stationed here are
a* much a* possible in Mommy A Bird off duty at any one time; thcre- Homestead or surrounding com
: ;wlta the twc. J. ,I raunlUvi:
D/Redd
tn
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ore one or two parties a month I. Equipment, such as beta
candidate for re- kctton JM bourneararriesloa.r i would take care of only a limited
: :: .' baDl2 -, :masks and other
b+ detrkL" Told Us "
-VS" (Cotitlnuea Oft-Pallt Four) paraphernalia.The .

.,. >iWt tV1 / contmuttrty - toldlcn WOUld like to play:
nutl Naval
a* Wjji Bed the coutttyommiajton Now Ta.cs a came Sunday so they asked Art

: a/ **-*.!except tin THAT the male,tIIIIta jerker who got a permanent at the exude Reserve Enlistments M-Kee, manager of the city: recreation -

; t9R/y'eataw' rVired to pet beauty: shop reatenbiyi-cBwt hive teen willing to"undergo anything I i : facilltl, to KM what could
tPOUHfe mUJrlbt his health. : Gray :. Hull, reerul'er in chars: be done about It. Art Is herewith
eper.tkoaatmidpei4THAT
tae
,A*,_ B *nV ''the city o0"0 far- w hoursMiC hisiaiaey. .,'ttoa. . ... I :OO"a nary recruiting, stalled,1 I VoadcasUuc' ei .. o. .. to "Doe"Yuck
Hcbb. Stanley WMCVr'w -
dill hornets; [ tor 11 .rI. Mr. M report Office Building in Toy
JIedd was the ded&ttf factor In 1d":1 tot arms yet' Arcs toto "l the 1ft. Miami; hot Ink= *v- *-". neertg Bishop .A:::l BarS -

the establishment c* a municipal IU Cant, sUdlanaT vMk;.Mlei- .' ;i;BMW* .., .lQ-iea del and .. J cf IWfcl I' ,ra T'!aias, Lefty Sher-
electric light and water ptant.dperi . .... .ceases. A3 men deslrlrjj ard, Dick !Klnard loner: and CvidSuOi
enlistment In of the <*'n'9 y8'i a* *) worker =
on.tr. ;iftrucUon of the Over- Felt navyval to apply I old AlamondbflU f' .1 tl.ahoy be

'we'" railroad to Key, Wed, hasston suddenly al above address.AnpJcants j iroon4-U> (3 something about It.
bun In good stead in giving who tot n'istraent In Art cant leave his pxt a*.
clanged to ;a mamrsy .f cfrt sheet.->" wltH f, epidemic of I
.. fell personal najarvlslda to coa .Clot V-5 for aviation flight training manager of the twhnm t pool to
traction ct roads in hi* districtA i nbgn .,*the IncreatiaJ (and welcome invasion by: tile tnwrif y-T :adlr- ta 9 com"'ilsstot -, do much about .; .;.r.IIIelf but if

project -now In progress in I ea. .. a* e"Jlpn in the naval reserve I..,i4 patrMlcally Inclined die*

.,' which h* takes, ride I II the deveUcpnwot I ..'- tire* *l JUtuay 'lolls._.. proposed tire let* and all applicant for commissions mondial klnrptru will get in
../ h, nes'jad Beacb.akr .' I, should apply at Room toi"ti with til t, be will put them
1. thai fcmlnuW,
tar T w If appeal to U* Iateew.tIsr -
S. r:. In touch, with the key men of thearmy's
lie bay front ", tweeD the ... 901, LangforJ Building, 121
He:.-uad and Florida City canals.s First ;;;IIt. Miami. would-be team .

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Pare Two HOMESTEAD nER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, April 3.19
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and about 14 {! these new army standards
percent ,
il requirement natlor
OKELL RUNS FOR j Operetta to Be Presented In School I were unable to qualify be- la1 headquarters of the selects:
cause of ere defects Many of II'service system, stated:
LEGISLATURE I IN : By Elementary Grades Tuesday Night these men now can be Inducted I "It Is, therefore, 4:reeled' 111
I for full or limited military serv an local boards reopen and eon

"Cobbler of Fairyland", a Juvenile ond cook, Betty By rum; Chrlrto- ice." | eider anew the classification o| all
GROUP NO. THREE!! operetta In three acts by bel, Barbara Home; fairy cobbler Formerly, the director pointed I I j I I registrants 1-B heretofore elassifiedClass l
or Clas.IY-f
Preston-Winston will be presented Arthur Brandenburg; Princess out, the army required that an]i' by retsosiiof
I by the pupils of Neva King Cooper Delmarle, Margaret Barnes; inductee have a minimum of six!I deficiencies In teeth .otrsight"
Ceo. S. Okell, candidate for the School Tuesday, April 10, at Mkhisvelll (the eat), Billy Byrd masticating and alx incisor teeth
state legislature In Group Three, 8:IS p. m. 'I, first elf, Russel Home; second elf, -3 masticating opposing 1 masticating -I A starry- >ed young 'womiza
states that If elected he proposesto The character parts taken by Eugene Cotton; Vengefulet'a, and 3 incisors opposing who was simply wild about lib
follow the leadership of Governor Johnnie Lou Harris Connie 3 Incisors. The new dental requirement -
pupils' from the fifth and sixth ; witch ature was once discussing books
Holland In developing as grades, are as follows: bead painter Campbell; lord mayor, Joe ta merely ability to eat|., with Winston Churchill
economical and aa efficient governmental : Noel i and digest "chow." It states:
Steffanl second
: painter, Reynolds. army "I'm very fond of Walter Sco ,
procedure at possible Bobby Nichols; Queen Monarchla, Choruses of painters, ladles In "For general military service In said Ihe emInent statesman and
during the present emergency.Mr. Ann' Home Charles cooks, cobbler's assist' I'
Percival waiting
Okell has been I : all branches: Registrants who author In answer to one of !her
residentof
a Johnson Martin John ants, elves fairies! and I
; King guests arc have no disqualifying physical de- questions. "Arent you"'
Dade County for 32 years, Is Ruehle; Lady Lucinda, Louise from the second, third and fourth | "Oh, I'm crazy about hi
married and has two sons and two Williams; Rosaline, Joy Peters, |grades. required I gushed the intellectual
daughters. He resides at 1923 S. head cook, Helen Tomerlln; sec The admission charge is small. forth in Paragraph :thing. 7
W, 23rd Terrace, Miami. He has
practiced law In Miami since his I i lion Regulations 1-9, August 31.1| "Don't you think his 'Ladythe
admission 1940, when, In the opinion of taeexamining : Lake' very exquisite ve
to the bar in 1933. 4-H Clubs Here Take Part in Drive
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"I am for. a constructive and physician they ar4' tured Mr. Churchill.
progressive program for Dade To Mobilize Farm Youth for VictoryHomestead's well nourished, of good musculature I "Oh I just dote on 1\", was .the!
County oa determined by its lead- ,I are ar'h of gross dental infections reply.
ers and voiced by the people as a I -- sufficient I teeth < "Ard S"ott's 'M*rmlon'-. oD
whole," said Mr. Okell. "When three 4-H club3 They have concentrated especially (natural or artificial) to subsiston you feel, that to be one of his]
elected I will meet with the other (two for girls and one for boys) ,on club projects that produce the army ration." best!, '.(,
members of the Dade County leg. will take part In a drive to mobilize needed foods conservation of' Eye requirements now read: j, "Unquestionably," said the sit1
Islatlve group and urge open farm youth for fullest contribution foods, care of farm chlnery, "For general military service I ardently. TVS read it a dozen]
hearings M that the general pub- to the victory effort which i clothing and o her vital Items, In all noncombatant branch-sl: times."
lic may appear and present any the U. S. Department of Agriculture I farm fire prevention selling and I Registrants whose visual aeul- i "A dozen tunes" repeated the|
legislative problems that would has announced for April S to I buying defense bonds, helping In I ty Is below 20/100 but not below I, astonished statesman. He looked]
affect Dade County. I will also II, National 4-H Mobilization civilian defense activities, collectIng 20/200 in each eye without glassesIf .. at her suspiciously And wha
seek a conference on a forward- Week. I scrap metal, paper and other correctible to 20/40 in each eye do you think of Scott's Emulsion:
looking school program for the:I Curing the moblilization week materials that are scarce and In I j I I (The actual possession of suitable he asked gravely.
development of one of the finest the 800,000 farm boys and girlsIn discussion in and practice of democratic ,| glasses by an individual is not I II "Oh, that," said the girl, sighing] s
systems of schools In the country." 4-H clubs, 190,000 voluntary local : principles In their club required for his acceptance under with dcligy.\ "That Is the finest]
Mr. Okell Is national committeeman 'I club leaden, and as many new work. I these standards)" I II |thing he ever wrote.:World Dif '
for the Young Democratic ,' members at possible will be asked I Last year In their 4-11 projects,I I In a memorandum announcing gest.
Clubs of the stats of Florida and :'o pledge themselves tor all-out reports show that farm boys and',i.
past president of the Young Demo- I effort In t seven-point 4-H victory -!I girls produced 2,000,000 bushels of
cratic Club of Dade County. Hela program M. L. Wilson, director , garden products, raised 8500,000 I
past Master Counsellor of De. i of extension work, explained. ''chickens 75,000 dairy cattle 260-
molay, Is a member of the Moose The mobilization drive will be 000 hogs, 186,000 other livestock, ElectGEORGE
Elks, Knights of Pythias, 1. O. O. conducted by state agricultural'I canned 11,000,000 jars of home :i
F. lodges, the Lions Club; and the extension services through county produce, and on their own farms
Baptist church. agents and local club leaden. learned much about sewing
I Farm boys and girls through I'' health, farm machinery care, citizenship S. OKELL
their 4-H clubs have carried on a responsibilities, and other
Chas. M. Stewart In Race I
seven-point national defense pro.gram .I' everyday skills valuable in war
For R. R. Commissioner for the \last ;year and a half. time.

Charles M. Stewart, of Manatee Representative
County, who recently announced 34% of Rejected Draftees Recallable

his commissioner candidacy, In for Group state One railroad, subJect By Changed Teeth, Eyes Requirements Group: .I

to the Dcmocra'lc primary on ,
May 5, visited In Homestead early I Recent changes In the and tracts who were deferred: Under i :
this week meeting old friends and I eye dequirements for induction'I'the bid army standards will be I Yo6r Vote and support .j;
campaigning (,Into the army will substantially'able to qualify for full or limited ]I I i
Mr. Stewart, a native of Florida i Increase the manpower contrlbumilitary' service under the new I Will Be /
Is 83 years old and is a peace I tion of the state of Florida to the! !Jones!,"' General Collins declared : ppreciated
Officer of more than 20 years ex nation's fighting forces It was an-'"Of registrants rejected because i
perience. He resigned his position :nounced by Brig. Gen. Vivian I lof physical conditions, approxt- I|
Of county traffic officer of Mana- ,Collins, state director of selective mately 20 per cent were disquall.
;fee County to devote his full time'to service. ,fled former (Paid Political Advertisement)
by physical tests because I I II
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the race. He Is married and "Many selective service reg'sANNOUNCEMENT- of the then-stipulated dent .- --
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During World War No. 1 Mr. I Iu I I WONT \V'U VOTE (P.SOL .
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'Stewart served in the navy anj
Inside 13 trips across the A lantlc.Ha D. HOKOANDIDATr. .vITZ
It member o jhe American I l
Legion. 4w0& i for LEGISI VTURE Group 1 :
\ Homestead supporter, of Mr .
Stewart, in commenting on his I wish to thank ..1of my friends and ......OIM" for their (Pad, Poh'leal Advertisement)

race for the railroad commission klndne**.and patronage of my business -- -- .----.--- '.
aid he was receiving strong support ---. .. -- . _.- -
from all srctkins of the t ate Now thai I an kavlur for gover.reat tervkc I hose to, r

and that aw had rwriwd taver rairthme to receive fear goal wishes - I '
able eNSM at !NI '\lor. than c.jhundred }FRANK B. .DOWLINGi
fieri* newspapers and I am looking forward lo my return after the. war U ere, j

pubUiatiaus. a. his race fa* the-attire I All nuH sad ettwc .*faaM* Mil tt> MT step will be left I i i I. Candidate for

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Krrruif "What's .. tae wnu 1 L. C. DODD :
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tonight .
Cook; "0'", we have anuidraUiI I Group 3
I stung te eat tonight Radio Sales I and Service j
preset "Whit are they L : Will Appreciate Your Vote and SupportPaid

Cook "BeMu,*-AUimta Tw .
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Ycq'U like Tropical Cafe for

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TROPICAL mosphere. Do come CAFE:i.il! soon. _. AMPLE SU .ES '



rtAKKNCE JBNMUS; BUCK. owner BOTH ,
NEW AND RECAPS
avNICiis, use.Di .

1 Agents for Firestone 'and Goodrich. 'Tires
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I S. Krone at 5th Street P one IS .

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1 Friday. April 3, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Three

F Griscora Coconut Grove vocalist , some of his personal observations i 'First Always to publish the report ot tile *n-
4a AGED TO BE PUT I accompanied' by Mrs. Marl I of the country and the people I I gagement of Me. J. Smith, our re.
IIIan I Allen. I I I A local paper had published a spected schoolmaster, to MUsMatty
1 At the Lions carnival to be held ..
BACK ON PENSION The Rev. Michael Nixon pastor: April 28 at the Den In Silver Palm report of the engagement. in of the Murphy, so we are now In
I(I local schoolmaster. the next .
to be the tint to report
otl of the Sacred Heart Church of there will be carnival attractions' a position .
Homestead, will speak on Ireland and / Bum will serve hU!:r issue was published: that there it not an atom of truth

gas AFTER WAR JOBS I I at the next meeting and will give I I famous ihii ,cn pilau. I!i-"At we were the first to be able_In the assert_ ion.TidDit&t


Dad County recipient of od- ... .
age assistance' who accept em. j jA
l ployment during the war period *
will be restored promptly to the RARE EVENT FOR GENTLEMEN
rolls when their employment ends,
according to announcement todayof
R. E. McDonald, chairman of
the district welfare board.In .

a formal statement, Mr. McDonald 4:?
said: "The state welfare t1 fV! INC.
board, realizing that profitable
employment may become available
to many old-age assistance re-
clplen'i as manpower Is absorbed Sale
by the war effort, had adopted Certified
F regulations providing that those I
who, by working, 'become self-
supporting will have their names
restored promptly to the rolls u Offers you Outstanding Values I
soon as their employment ends.:
To make this plainer, they will
not be required to await their WE"LL MAKE EXCHANGES - WE'LL MAKE REFUNDS .
turn In order to have their case
reconsidered and acted upon." The matchless quality . the superb tailoring ;

H* added that If earnings are . the accepted though advanced styling of I ,., i

not during adequate employment to provide, a cash support grant every article in our stock of fine men's wear will f or' I

will be con'lnued to supplement quickly convince you. . that this, our Fifth An. ', !

the earnings. nual Certified Sale. . is truly an event for the ....., f f !
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Dodd to Be TechnicianIn men who are particular about what they wear! ? !

Radio With Air CorpsCecil Here's An Example of Some of the 1

Dodd announced this week Outstanding 'Buys' That Await You- }
that his radio sales and service
chop In the Caves building would j
be closed for tho duration ot the I ONE SPECIAL GROUP OF

war emergency at he la leaving SPORT COATSValues 1
Saturday for Atlanta to accept a
civil service appointment as radio ;
$25 $30 $35
technician attached to the army :
air corps Mrs Dodd will accompany NOW / t

I Mr. Dodd him.will turn his stock of 0 \
1'1
radio supplies and accessoriesover 51695
to the Smith-Graves Furniture
Co.VIsiton.

Catch Tarpons ENTIRE STOCK OF NUNN-BUSII ANKLE-FASHION

And Visit Park Lodge

SHOES .. j
Resent guests at Royal Palm
Lodge were L. B. Foster and Values $10.75 to $12.75 !
daughter, Mrs. Michael Porter
both .( Pittsburgh Dr. Joseph H. now $3&5 and S095 f
Barilla of the school of medicineof
,** University of Pittsburghand
Albert Einstein of Hollywood Sizes'6/ 'to 13 Widths AA to D
Fiat, a relative of the Einstein of t
relativity fame They were returning
from i stay at Shark River ONE SPECIAL GROUP OF ONE SPECIAL GROUP OF 1 1
fishing Camp where they had '
found the fishing, particularly the LOAFER COATS SHIRTS
+ tarpon fishing, unusually good Value $14.M I1SM Collar Attached 1..ludlne1sltea
"Mrs. Porter, in particular enJoyed NOW Value IJ.5C
her stay at the lodge, reported
E. E Atkinson park warden. $1095 Now $195
"When she had left Pittsburgh
the snow was 18 Inches deep, Or 3 for $5.50 i
city traffic was stopped, streetcars ONE SPECIAL CROUP I- '

automobiles were not were running covered and parked with PURE SILK FOULARD ONE SPECIAL: GROUP OF ;. .! I

snow that had to be dug out the ROBES MEN'S NECKWEAR
following day. Values $15.0 Values to $ .5DURING !
"She appreciated the natural !
NOW SALE
beauty of the park area-birds
i full of color and song, plants and
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flowers. Orchids the found, do $995 95c .
pot always. com out ot green
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ONE SPECIAL GROUP OF
ONE SPECIAL CROUP OF '
Dr. Baraeh
the April meeting was guest Of the speakerat Dade t TROUSERS . SPORT SHIRTSValues .: 1 ,.,; ; ,

County Medical Society In Miami. Values 111M and 115." $15 and II ' .

NOW . ,: ,
World Forces ComparedBy Sale 195 "

Dr. Russ Williams S045 Or 3 for $5.50 '.:"' .

Dr, Russ Williams of Miami,
I
got speaker at the Kedland District ENTIRE STOCK OF ANOTHER GROUP OF
Lions Club Tuesday night, I
outlined the national characteris. MEN'S PLAY"SHOES MEN'S WEAR
tics of the united nations andcompared
them with those of the Values to $6.50 Including SPORT COATS and
axis
"On powers.one hand we tee barber. SALE PRICE FASHION PARK SUITS
Ism and militarism of the Germans
which can be traced back $;Z95 to $495 Substantially Reduced. .
<<
to the time of AUlla, the Hun.% he I
said. "On the other hand w* have
China with the worl manpower, which for axe has not'
been aggressive In I military! way.
What the outcome will be when'I
nations with such opposite backgrounds u1ut. INC.
meet In mortal combat
no one knows, but without the ?2? LINCOLN ion, MIAMI wen
complete support of each Individual
l we can not win against OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL II
such: odds."
Several ballads were sung by
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Paire Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, April 3, 1942 ': },.

LEADER DROWNING overall length of the beetle) bridge .irtie*. AU''event should be i IDIJII1IUJIUfllUUIIUIIIUlOllill1I! ( IJ2 ,.yw
HOMESTEAD of 130 feet properly chaperoned, it 1* pointed
E At Snake Creek six mile southwest out
AND ENTERPRISE!: ',; '(Continued from Page One) ; of Tavemier, the trestle approach The Pertlne' Wop en's Club has. 20 Years Ago
eight mile south of Florida.City. .on each aide of the navl- pledged j.onl- entertainment each t
NIl A1XhXRh..wn l pad raw I The car went off the right aide gallon span will consist of five month for the service men here.
.AaI/A.I a.uCJ AACRxL of the road and overturned in the span "with bent spaced 13 feet Tile Homestead Business and Professional Tao teenier MMM M SAM M.Mtm .
--.. aa1 Tnmrwwr.elbewl canal, settling bottom side up center to center" making the total Women' Club through fwtm true vteMhM>UM *l w....BMMHMt It Sal;
'approximately 10 feet of water. length of the trestle section of the Its recreation chairman, Mrs. E. ,:. w month row sr.. ..d ', .
e, ....assto 1....+.". ...a'....Rt.M4.... c.w.aua.carrrioi f'Ia.. I He managed to open a door and bridge leO feet A. Froscher has offered to sponsor .__a.:; .,ar,10316wr.wa.Benjamin ..., .,tWiiuuiiiiiuiuiilliuiuuuuuiuumr '
anD I get Mia Jarvis out of the car and The bridge will provide roadway a party for the soldiers. ., '
is D.eft ..,.. .- sill to the bank of the canal then returned 24 feet wide between curb Citing instances of what ha amltm mm"mlm""ln"'lInnt11., ',
OMri. ." Bo* CM.Iy_ I1J I to the car and attemptedto The existing bridge on, the old been and can continue to be dona (",
ts.r..d .. .... a.ew.r1b i rescue the soldiers in the rear highway, Just to the south ,of the for the service men, Mr*. Bird I -" McGarrab is ex. %! ,
:. l1, 5515..d?l lei., ::-a"w dfi ass, .atw .t"is seat but was unable to extricate proposed new bridge will be removed aid that the Wesley Fellowship peeling Ills wife from Georgia. ;\
.. Ii'lL them from the car. About thirty- when the new bridge are Class of the Homestead Methodist .I They will probably make their "
I five minutes after the accident an completed.In Church has on two occasion Invited home la Florida City." '"ffjt"Mr.

This Is the Forest army truck loaded with soldier giving public ,notice .of the service men to monthly *o- and Mr*. /, W. Bauer of";: ',,
and accompanied by a wrecker proposed[ construction of the cial and the Altar Society of the I Cincinnati, Ohio visited their .'
By Annie Meyhew Fitzpatrick I and an ambulance arrived on the H-idge at Taveraier and Snake Sacred Heart Church ha given I cousins, the Engenipenger 01',
scene. Under the direction of an Greeks, the war department states one private dance for the soldiers Redland last week. ." ,
This U the forest primeval, orwhat's I army officer, the two soldier that plan for the work may beseen and li planning another -"D. P. Harkness grove wu .v
6 left since the hurricane ,were removed from the car and at the U. S. engineer office party toon completely destroyed by fire Wedj j
hit It. given artlflcal respiration, but at Miami Beach. No public hearing "It to the patriotic duty of every I nesday." *
This I II a druid of old look at It _. Drown and Miss, the
without ,1.1 on application for approval community in which service men
to it mitt It. I I _"A. J. Smith of Cleveland :
ftpeak Jarvis who were uninjured except of the plan 1* contemplated, the are stationed to extend hospitality
These are the murmuring pine*- for immersion, were taken toa 'notice advises, but anyone desiring to them", aid Mr*. Bird. "Whatcan i Ohio arrived Thursday and will
not the hemlock: they grow to 'spend the winter with his brother ;
private home In Homestead. to protest the proposed work your club or church group do
the north far above here. The bodies of Zoll and Fried- from the 'I Earl C. Smith who recentlybought
standpoint of its interference to make the live of our soldiers ,
Those are oak that are bearded taken to the Turner with the Lester Moser place.:.
man were
or effect upon navigation here les monotonous? Mr*. Wynn
k with mos*-the gray Spanish Funeral Home and later removed should submit such protestin will welcome suggestions from I west part of town. Also W. C.
mos that we love here from there by the army and rat writing with reason in sufficient anyone'" I Smith father of the above two it].
What of the garment of green? to their respective homes. detail to permit intelligent here for the winter."
The most that hangs down from Miss Jarvis and Drown, who js consideration. Protest should be "Four of the Homestead High'
the tree tops an electrician' mate third class, I mailed to the District Engineer.: CHESTContinued School boy attended the field
Strangles and smother and on a ship stationed at Key West U. S engineer office, Jacksonville, meet at Danla Friday. Henry
chokes until the last leaf from were to have been married Tues- Fla., in time to be received on or Brooker cored 28 point altogether -
the tree drops. day in Key West The car in before April 9, 1942 ( from Page One) James Slkes 8; Cal Tweedell
They would stand Indistinct In which they were driving belonged The re-routing of the Oversea 4 and Robert Carter 1. ."
the twilight but we have noni to Drown. AU of the occupant Highway to the roadbed ectlve amount raised are a* follows '
of theF. "Jesse W. Cave, ton of J. S.
IV* day then It'* night here. I were found to have been completely E. C. Railroad will cut 12 miles to date: George Cooper (cap- Cave and Miss Mary Ruth Dietz
tain), George H. Fitzpatrick andR.
!
When the sun sink far down In
; sober at the time of the from the distance between
Flori- daughter of John Dietz, both of
the west you Immediately turn R. Klnard-$143; Walter Weiss
accident da City and West
Key Florida City were united in matrI-
on your light here. (captain), L. R. Becker Joe Hick-
Had I seduously minded myteachers 1 The federal government u contributing son and Bill Gadway-$66.SO; W. mony in the county judge' courtat '
this review might be [ $1,900,000 to the project d. Owens (captain Goulds territory West Palm Beach on Thursday
KEYS HIGHWAYContinued i through the of last week They will make
longer and wittier.The navy department and )-$178; R. P. Barfield (cap-
folk and the plot? I don't 1 I II $200,000 through the war department tain) and Walker Fowler Perrine their home in Florida City."
know And who wrote it? Was ( from Page One) The state road department -$183; Bob MacDonnell (captain -"A miscellaneous bower was
It Longfellow or Whittier I will contribute $600,000 of the cost )-$134.Rotary given for Mr*. Jesse D. Cave by
I the old railroad bridge at Jewfish and Monroe County will contribute club team and sub Miss Jacqueline Edward and I
Creek are the only ones that its share of the state gasolinetax. scriptions obtained by them, to Mr*. J. H. Simmons Wednesday
One vlclou habit each year must be replaced. The long The remainder of the coat date afternoon. . ." (Florida City)
are a* follows: Dr. E. M. Andersen -
roqted out In time might make bridge across Card Sound on the will be made up by the public
the worst man good,-Franklin. present route and the chain of road administration of the federal (captain), W. E. Rheney,
mall E. B. Blackburn Wm. J. Geronimo be done when an organized cam
bridge between
Card Souni government to the extent of $600-
I B. M. Hindman C. J. Parman i made.
and Key Largo will remain a* they palgn *
CURRENTCOMMENT I are and afford a second lane of and the Rev. Jesse E. Waller Last year when there was n.
travel to the key, 000.CLUB $166; Lee H. Lehman (captain), organized effort here less than ,
Plana for each of the creek, PARTIES, Adrian Jacob, Max Loaner Bevo $800 was contributed by South '
ItibmltUd by the state road department Webb and C* H. Steffani-$259; Dade to the chest In spite of
By AGNEW WELSH for approval of the war Wainwright Ernst (captain), W.: this however the CommunityChest
. department show a reinforced (Continued from Page One) Y. Bush, J. R. Brooks and Fred directors pent $87330 for

u.... Note ... ware __ concrete trestle with a fixed navigation number of the men. A schedule Bedd-$385; Stanley Wittkop (cap- white families In thl area find
"W omen m big ..1).a..e.Mtb.. span which will provide a could be worked out with the officers tain), George N. Wakefleld, Dr. $40180 for the relief of colored
tw> b his> to i.l LM..gee..ult. AttMM rvttk as MMHralloM onto.4 horizontal clearance of 33 feet In charge so that all the A. M. Logan, Roy Chandler and families, or a total of $1,37816.
M Amw w.... (4( N. IL "between face of the fenders men could participate equally inthis Howard lobn. on-$158. I In addition to this direct relief
Both tTMt, Ulwit' n*. normal to the channel". The ver. social recreation The Homestead P T. A. raised the Community Chest contributed '

The latest furore I* being created Ural clearance of navigation will Event planned by the Junior $100.Major 1 to the support of the Boy Scout:
by the proponent of a governmental -' be 12 feet above the mean sea Woman'* Club in !conformity with Jacob said yesterday and Girl Scout troop In this area .
union with Great level. suggestion made by the recrea- that community chest officials In and the Family Service bureau ..
Britain. The leader in tbe movement At' Tarernter Creek the trestle tion division of the Dade County Miami were delighted with the the Catholic Welfare Society, the
Clarence Straight. a Rhode approaches on each aide of the Defense Council: Include private response received from South Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C. A.-
(English) scholar, plans to carry|navigation ipan will consist of and informal dance, fish fry and Dade. She aid that she took all beneficiaries of the Commune
the war collaboration yet farther inake three center "with! bent paced IS'feet wiener roast In the park, theatre pride In the showing made by this' ty Chest fund, did work in the '
It a political one. No i' to center1 giving an parties, and bingo, beano and card area since it proved what could South Dade area. 1
Clarence, not for us. England" a
great and grand country but leer
Idealism, tradition and background -
have not suited !us in the'
t past; they do not mesh
in the cogs of the world' political: !
machine. DON'TWASTE FERTILIZERIF
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In the northeastern Miami suburb :
*. most delightfully located on i I
a large campus I* a school for Ii .
boy, called the Country Day i 0 0 0I
School, with accommodation for
SO boy who are housed and fed I!
on the ground Much of the .
teaching 1* individual, as I ob-

fate aerved.' and Its pupils usually come all front available every c: ,, THE WEATHER IS DRY, .j'

room' are occupied.. This unique .

school I II presided over by a DONT .WATT IRRIGATE OR .
I tenner Homestead principal! Luther j a ; ;
w B. Sommers, and by C. W. }

A Atle.rtychlaferiitt. . I f f 'IF'THE:WEATHER IS WET, 'CUT '-t.) .. {.,

are waning the .
'war idepartaaent. about I \ '/
making a
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distinction Between the Mentally I 1 .YOUR FERTILIZER. APPIICA- ' -. J

tit and those physically up to I .. .. .... ." .
atajdard. If to advised,to refute' '
the*. nervous, highly motional; ; --TION. IN HALF AND APPLY 1
individual who are likely to go tJp
ce* under nervous train. U I '. .
modern warfare .hangs com so : :

adjust rapidly themselves that some manu to'meet CM 'i the ot I \ ',"' r/<" ti..i, .", ', ,TWICEA: : .OFTF'N.' 1. s ,f :_ K.. 'l', w' 'i. OJ", : ,1. ,., '.%

emergency or. In other words.I ., ,,_
"they Just cant take it" This


when medical condition we authorities Wes heard touched so la much the upon last about war by i Florida East Coast Fertilizer CQ.

"shell hock", There I* a alffer-
nee between I si man who I* mentally -
Telephone FRANK B. RUE Manager Homestead Fla.
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alert and one whoa mind 1*j ,
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.). 3, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Fiva .\


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., OUR BOYS IN SERVICE.!
( and Around Mr. and Mr*. Phillip Nitoll and
.. I daughter Mary Jane, left Monday ..
II I for their home in Oswego N. Y. -.' o.t'. -4f; "0'al= _W

I HomesteadCapL I Mr. and Mrs. John Rohrer, Mr. Rex Fault, son of Mr. and Mn. enlisted In the Marine Corps twomonths
'and Mn. Win McCuUoojh and T. J. Faust of Coral Cables, ago and is now stationed '';
.
j former residents of to
,children Billy Dorothy and Carolyn Homestead at Quantlco Va. according
and Miss Catherine Rohrer word reaching here. 4

and Mrs. L. R. Jacobs left University to spend the Easter enjoyed a trip to Whale Harbor from the H. Hunter louse to the ; i/i;:
)'eIterdaylor their home in Evanston holiday with their parent, Mr. Sunday. Vrn. Henn cottage on South Ira Davis, son Mr. and Mrs.
.r. 1U, after spending the win- and Mn. E.: J. Pyal Broadway. J. V. Davis, who Is in the Marine <; ,
4.t ter with their son and daughter- Mr. and Mn W. J:. Myen rl !Ued Corps, was expected to arrive \ itmne.
in-law Mr. and Y", Adrian Ja: Fred Fuchi Jr I student at their daughter, Mill .Bonnie Grover .Becker returned Men- last flight tat a visit with f
cobs. University of Florida .wnt the Myen In Miami Sunday.Mr. day from a business trip to Pert his parents lie hat lust returned (
t week.... with. his pacents Mr Lauderdale. from Iceland. FLieut.
r and Mr*. E. Mustolca .and
left Wednesday and Mn. Fred Fuch ; -
Mrs. J. R. Brook
.
three children left for
Monday Mrs John teller, Mr. ant Mr*.
morning for Albermarle, N. Charles Glenn who spent
their home In Fulton, N. Y.
Baum O. Blschoff Qf
c.. where she will spend 10 days Miss Nina Pearl Bush I student .: Henry and several days bare with his parents -
.t. visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. at Florida State College for: Mr. and Mn. C. A. Rhodes and Miami enjoyed. I trip to Tivcrnierrhursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olenn,
A L. O. NeaL Women,win arrive tomorrow from son, Bobby and Mn. Maud Bailey left yesterday for Fort Sill Okla. ''
' Tallahassee to spend the Easter of Miami were Sunday guests of Antonio Pagllaro left Tuesdayfor where he will be an Instructor.
.
Mr. and Mr*. Herman Wlttkop holidays with her parents, Mr. Mn. E. J. Rhodes. Watertown, Mau.
I will leave Monday to return to and Mrs. W. Y. Bush. Pvt. Richard Heinlein'of Fort

their home in Detroit. They have T. JUdrich visited his on-in- J. W. Caves left Monday for Bragg will leave this morning after -
:' been spending two weeks here Geo. F. Archer of Key West, law and daughter Mr. and Mn. Fort Pierce where he will be em. a visit with his parents. Mr.
visiting their son and daughter- spent Saturday and Sunday in Frank Stalling, in South Miami ployed. and Mn. Herman Heinlein.
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Homestead visiting his son and Sunday.
i Wittkop. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mn, ....._._..._.nnnnnnnnnnn........... ................................_._._................
I Ben Areher. After spending; Misses Isabel and Mary Beckerof t r. .
i ;- The Rev. and Mn. A. M. Vivien Monday in Miami with friends, he Miami spent the week-end with
t left for their home In Cannon,! left Tuesday for Tampa where he relative here. The DINNER BELL inc. j
fl DeL. list Saturday after spending will visit his sons-in-law and
the winter In Redland.Mrs. I daughters, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. The W. S. C. S. of the Florida 145 N. E. FIRST STREET MIAMI FLA. I
. Hearne and Mr. and Mrs. Ar' City Community Church will holda ,
I
Elmer Sullivan and latanl mando Sanchez I benefit supper Wednesday evening DINNERS
son, Elmer. Jr. born Sunday in I at T:30 in the Sunday school

the James Archer Smith Hospital, Jay Newton will leave Tuesday building i Soup, Salad, Choice of Meat or Fish, 3 5 e
e were taken home Wednesday.Mrs. for Detroit where he will accept II C e
I position with General Motors. Mr. and Mn. M. E. Vivien of Potatoes, Vegetables, Dessert, Hot ( .
t J. F. Reynolds and her, Redland were dinner guests Biscuits and Rolls, Coffe, or Tea. i
, daughter Mn. Quin Word who Mrs. Virginia Walton will leave I Thursday of Mr. and Mr H. J.
Brockett. Open 11:00 A. M. to 8.80 P. M.
) have been visiting Mn. Reynolds'son ,
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Saturday to spend the weekendIn ..............................-......................................,
Eau Gallic with her parents, ,;
" Mn. Paul Reynolds, left Wednesday ' Mr. and Mn. J. A. Hooks, and her Jim Hancock returned Sunday
p for their homes in Virginia' daughter Patricia.FLORIDA. from visit with relative in Hol-
I Mn. Reynolds lives in Blacks- lywood..
,1 burg and Mn. Word, In Christians- _
burg.J. CITY The W. S. C. S. met Wednesdayat
. By Warrens Seven the home of Mn. Charles Clinton SERVICED ALL MAKES of CARS !
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E. Atkinson who had spent; where Mr*. Margaret Kennedy
the winter with his nephew and I Mn. R. E. Scott Sr. left Sunday was co-hostess.
) niece Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fox, Jar :TiftonGa... where her r
left Wednesday for his home in father is critically ilL Joanne Doxsee: who has been
I Gallant S. C. spending the winter at she Jt H.
Mechanics
; : ,...- Carpi. Earl Rohrer of Key Field, Scott home left Sunday morningto Expert t.
, Mr. and Mn. Howard Johnson Meridian Miss, arrived Mondayfor join her mother Mrs. Alma
. are entertaining Mrs. Johnson's a one-week; visit with his I DoKsee, in South Miami.
[ aunt, Mn. J. H. Harlin of Glasgow parents, Mr.. and Mn. John Rohr-

( Ky -. .. I I Monday Mrs. Fritz guest at Schroeder the home was of Mr.I a. Repairs Financed Through GMAC

and Mn. E. A. Chase of M1I1II1.I .
Mr. and Mn. Claude Dalgla of Frank Snow -of North Branford I
t Goulds are announcing the birth Conn. and Emanuel: Smith o( : ;'
!I Mr. and Mn. Joe Hunter and
of an eight-pound-son in the North Haven, Conn., will leave
, James Archer Smith Hospital Monday tor the North. Mr. Smith ,son Gene, moved Wednesday
Have in
[ car put perfect shapeto
, Wednesday. will stop at Sale City Ga., for *r:' I your
, 'visit with.his anal get the most in riding comfort at
Mn. E. A. Froscber was returned I -
to her home from the I Wm. Birdsey will leave Monday HOMECOMES minimum cost.
'
I James Archer Smith Hospitallast tor his home in Clintonville,
week. I Conn. He will accompany L.
I Donovan who goes to North Hav .
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Grassland of en. .
.
Miami are announcing he birth I
of a daughter, Virginia Los jon Mr. and Mn. Ernest Hamilton We have five new trucks on hand.
March 19. Mn. Grassland Is the 'and daughters, Phyllis and Mary
former Miss Virginia McKinltry.I i Nell, moved from the Hancock Get yours before it is too late... See us
former resident of Homestead. I
FIRST! : for details and we will help you make
Mn. Henry P. Pridgen, Jr. of GLASSES
Jacksonville and infant daughter, application to the truck board.
I } Margaret May, are spending several -
days visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. 1 Tv! And to home should be
E. Edwards in Homestead before PD.e.nlesi kept fully repaired 0 e
going to Key West where Ensign
needed alterations abovld I
Pridgen Is stationed.
be) mad and comfortable j

Hartman Schuman who has housing provided for the
spent the ,winter season in South famJI,. BIRD CHEVROLET
AUapatUh Gardens, left Wednes. s .
Say for his 1 home in SUtesboro, I ..4 JT' :r': The ABC Monthly Payment
Ga. draw am 604 ."am$ Plan now give bone *wows COMPANYHOMESTEAD
WpM ....... .... the opportunity to make i
Mr. end Mrs. E. Parker who every needed repair and ; p.oUDA
farmed this season in Couth .A11.- Dr. B. F, Stebbbm. .
. pattah Cafqen left Nab week for 'eo.e adUMDgel I Wrecker Service Pat awl Night
their home in Cullman, Ala. Dr. b. WvStebbiMKM : ....y and e..a1eat I
DAY PHONE N NIGHT PHONE 111-'
I W. VhtAsr f_-*"ri-.. now V W Jatlik.MNKERIMBEXCO.. I
Misses Iva end Nina Dial arrived : rise iS-tU* t
Wednesday from 'peLandwhqr
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they are students at Stetson. ,
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Dews, IteteS
PHONE 530J ,... nesnesteae; IT*.

J, The Welding Shop EDWARD\'{ STRING


(At tear W r. B. Bird Service Statta) ABCMONTtttt
REALTORReal
\ for service on all kinds of

electric and acetylene welding.and Estate General Insurance

MACHINE SHOP WORK

r No job too big. Bring us your troubles NOTARY PUBLIC
Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City Fla.
R. L GODWIN Mgr.
PHONES Ml-J AND SI1-M
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I South Dade: I I

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-: MISS PHYLLIS LOUISE PARMAN MARRIES MISS GLADYS LOUISE PACETTI BECOMES I.j

_ ENSIGN CHARLES E. EICHENBERGER, JR. I The Calendar BRIDE OF SIDENY-LEWIS KENDRICK, JR.


} Ml'i Phyllis Louise Parmin-I The bride, second daughter 01 f, Apr. All-day meeting of Miss Gladys Louise Pace'tl ,School. !
hat Homestead Art Club In Spellman daughter of Mn. Florence Pacettl, is of
and Ensign Charles; E. EIchen- Mr. and Mn. Firman i The bridegroom a ion
childhood. After studio on N. E. Seventeenth street and Sidney Lewis 'Kendrick, Jr. S. L. of
berger, Jr., of Homestead who I* lived here since 'Judge and Mn. Kendrick
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stationed in Norfolk, Va., her graduation from Homestead and Second avenue. son of JudRfland Mn. S. L. Kendrick I Homestead. He was born In Mia.
now .j
were married March J5 in Raleigh High School In 1938 aha took art Apr. Meeting of .Ad Astro were married Saturday afternoon Iml, spent his early childhood in
Mia. Chapter of O. E. S. at 4 clock in the parsonage ''Perrlne
of Homestead
I N. C The ceremony. was course at the University and moved to
performed In the United Churchof ml and the Art Institute of Chicago Apr. Meeting 'of Garden of the Homestead Methodist' {eight yean ago when his father I'

Raleigh by the pastor, the Rev. and this winter attended the Club. Church by the pastor, the Rev. T,i,was elected justice of the peace
of JuniorWoman's
Apr. Meeting A. Ferguson. The parents of the'
Allyn T Robinson Jr. Homestead Business College. She ,.of the enlarged fourth Justice of
was a charter member of the Club. bridegroom and the mother of the 1 .the peace district and moved
The bride wore a beige suit Homestead Art Club formed two Apr. Meeting of HomesteadB. bride witnessed the ceremony, office and family to- this cI'i. He
with brown accessories and a corsage C. in Red Cross I
P. W. rooms
years ago, and was given the The bride wore a dusty-rose attended Ponce de Leon and
of gardenias. highest honors In Its first contest at 8p.m. street length frock wl'h a rose hat 'Homestead high schools After I
Among those present were the at this years! Fruit FestivalShe Apr. B-Annual meeting of Red. and other accessories of white. leaving school he wag associated
of the bride, Mr. and Mra.
parents land P, T. A. :
Is a member of Kappa Kappa Her corsage was made of tweet- with hit father in an electrical
C J. Purman, and her lister, Ar
of Redlaiid
Apr. Meeting business for while, but ,
Gamma sorority heart roses and white gladioli. appliance a
del who had accompanied her to
Neighborhood Club at home of
The bridegroom attended Red- The bride Is the youngest daughter for the past five years has been
Raliegh, and C. E. Eichenbergcr Mn. J. A. Rotherham.Apr. .
connected with Fuchs Baking Co f
of Homestead, father of the brldl'1J"OCm. land High School and was graduated Meeting of Presbyterian of Mrs. Pacettl and the lateE.
J. Pacetti. She was born and of South Miami. r
from Riverside Military
Auxiliary at home of Mn. R i
The wedding dinner was served I Academy, then after tIrs Y. Burr. reared in Homestead, and was The young couple'will mako
at the Sir Walter Hotel In Raleigh. at The Citadel t '101.I Apr. 10-Meeting of the Red. graduated from Homestead High their home in South Miami.

The bride and bridegroom after I ton he enlisted In the val land Home Demonstration Club.
a short stay In Raleigh went t. 'Air Corps. He recelvain. Apr. IS-Supper meeting of Legion -:' PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY COMPLETES <
Beach Norfolk, I' at Pensacola and Ii It
Virginia near ing C.nka and Auxiliary.
SEWING FOR RED CROSS f
where they have an apartment.Here Hid was given his commission the Apr. 20-Pot-luck dinner of B.I 2,500 HOURS OF
they were visited by the 'latter part of December. In Jan P. W. C. at Avocado Lodge at .'
brldcfcrnom'i mother, Mn. Ida uary he was lent to Norfolk where 6:30 o'clock. 1 Members of the Woman Aux. The next meeting will be held
Eirhenberfor of Naranja who ''h. it a member of a fighting Apr. Installation of officers of the Homestead I April t at the home of Mrs. R. Y.
lliory J'
mode the trip by airplane. I squadron. I of Woman's Club of the Redlands.I Pre.byi i Burr, It was decided.
tcrnn! Church have done 2,500
Apr. 23-Dorcas Class party in I That hostess served coffee and .'.
city pork. hours of Red Cross sewing so fur,
TWO GROUPS GIVE MRS, J. M. HOLFERTY irnke.
I Apr. 24-Meeting of Redland J It was reported at a moelng of ,
SURPRISE PARTIES ON HER BIRTHDAY I Present besides those namedwcr
I lame Demonstration Club. the March 26 at ,
auxiliary tb. -. Mrs. M. M. Black, Mrs. T. i itL. f.
Apr. 27- Meeting of HomesteadArt home of Mn. W. H. Owens In Hodges, Mrs. Geo. M. Frick, 3
Mrs .1 M. Holferty was hon son, Mn. T. W. Irwin, Mri. J. R Club at home of Mrs. E. L I Goulds where Mn. Frank G ,Mrl A. F. Darling, Mrs. Paul ,j
ored un her birthday anniversary, Hickson, Mn. D. P. Blake, Mrs. Stream on Sliver Palm drive west Hathaway and Mn. Owens were Haley, Mra. A. A. Payne, Mrs. A. '
Wednesday with two surprise Carl F. Robinson Mrs. S. J. of Cooper road. hostesses. IF. Arthur, Mrs. J. C. Ely, Mrs. w.
parties 'me in the afternoon. and Cusha, Mn. H. O. Cronwall Mrs Apr. Installation dinner of 1 Mn. J. M. Holferty reported on i R. C. Jackson, Mrs. J. A. Ricks, '
one in the evening.In Wm. Lounsbury, Mrs. M. M. Woman's Club of Homestead and foreign mission work. Mri. Joel ,'Mri. Frank Robinson Mra. M. W. &

the afternoon members of Black, Miss Agnes Studley, Na. Junior Woman's Club. ,J. Robinson conducted the Bible I Kent, Mrs. C. Ben Plummer, Mri. ;.
the Woman's Auxiliary of the dine Ruehle and Madeline Thompson. study and devotionals. R. N. Herman and Mrs. Burr.Pm .
Homestead Presbyterian Church Eva Salter and small sons, Mr .'
net at the home of Mn. N. Van Wednesday night, neighbors of and Mn. Brannen. and Mr. and .Y

.... Celdren, then went to the Hol- Mr. and Mn. Holferty honored Mrs. Holferty.Not .
ferty home in South Allapattah Mrs. Holferty with a party at the 81111ple All
Gardens to surprise Mri. Hoi- home of Mr. and Mn. Adam Eneounclnff DRESSES ANN'S SWEATERS

ferty. Brannen, 'Pupil: "What did I make In that '8885 Ort
Mn. M W Kent was high-score
Present were: Mr. and Mn test?" DIPOaTlItS
winner in a Biblical contest and
Harvey Strickland and son, John, Teacher: "Mistakes.*-Pro vllence -
Mrs. H. O. Cromwell was low- Mr. and Mn. Guy Harvey, Mrs. Journal. .33 LINCOLN tOAD, MIAMI BEACH
; store prize winner. Mrs. tHen
Bule received the high score' TilE GREATEST'
prize and Mrs. Frank Robinson, I
the low score prlie for making
the most mimes from the words SALE
"ladies' auxiliary".
An article, "A Soldier Sights
Girls In the South" written for EVEK OFFERED
the Glamour Magazine by Royal
ON ENTIRE STOCK or
Firman, Jr., gaandson of Mr. and Make Your

H.Mra.Y. Holferty Burr. was read by Mrs. DRESSES GOWNS COATS SUITS

Mrs. Holferty was presented! A FEW VEEP EXTRA SPECIALS

with a vase and a huge bouquetof

aster from the ,auxiliary by Laxerloudy Far-Trimmed SAMPLE
Mn. Coo. D Ruehle
presidentA
birthday cake and cookies EASTER YSELECTION C 0 A T S 2 IIId 3.', SUITS

Were served with punch. Genuine Fox AU

Present besides those named Collars Colon
Were: Mn. Geo. M. Frlck Mra. AU Colon a 45 Small and $ 15 95

C. Ben Plummer Mrs. Paul Haley AU rfisb Large Sizes
Mrs. J. A. Ricks Mn. Frank O

Hathaway. Mrs. Joel J. Robinson, Regular PrIM '''.ts Regular PrIce 'ZI."
Mrs. R. N. Herman Mrs. Grace

McLellan Smith, Mrs. R. C. Jack. '
JACKETS & .rorrERs, LL s I NEI;. $10.,
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Coop From Our-Large FOR LUUr'.IUOPl'UI ONLY .

( SLACKS ad SKIRTS'S.ITelepaeae .
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Fresh Stock .UN Ealabllaked .117

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with,Thenaknisi the SUTTON JEWELRY CO. -
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sofa. omjortablel' I, .. AIiami's Oldest Jewelry Store

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f III TSoc1a1 Events J 1 i and married MISS WEDS Mill Albert lEAN ALBERT Jean in Halnlin Orlando GARRETT Garrett HAINUN of Saturday Miami of Orlando were af III CLASSIFI1i7'MS). III 'I


ternoon. RATE: First insertion 10* a line; subsequent liuertt.ii

..: The bride daughter of Mr. and. -. 94 a line
Mrs. Robert Garrett. wa graduated "- - ;;;J

I. Iff\ MERLE JANUARY AND RAY DOWNS I in 1039.from Kedland High School FOR RENT :' LOANS.

WED IN EVERGLADES CITY WEDNESDAY The bridegroom, ion of Mr. and LOANS TO MODERNIZE!,
Mn. Nell Halnlin of Miami, livedIn COOL, well-ventilated, furnished,
j REPAIR AND REMODEL
Redland with his uncle, Core 1-bedroom all-electric apart
A surprise to their friend here Redland High School last June, 'Halnlin, for several year and watgraduated ment. Hot water. Ideal for Grove Residential and Business ,

was< the marriage of Miss Merle the has been taking a nurse* from Redland High summer. Mrs. Eva Collins, Bis. Property are available through
training course at Jackson Mem- BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC
Drive and
'January and Claude Ray Downs School in 1939. He has been attending cayne Federal Highway
orial Hospital Miami. I Suggestions:
Georgia School of Tech Modello. 8 minute tt
Wednesday night In Everglades The bridegroom, who came to noloi). Homestead. Add extra rooms or leorcheeNew

?. City. Homestead three yean ago from The bridegroom's mother and root and other repairs
The bride wore a royal blue suit his home In Wrlghtivllle Ga. Convert into apartment
Is garage
his cousin, Miss Elizabeth Haln }'O:: :SALE
with white accessories and a cor. a ion of Mr. and Mn. G. T. Downs fin of Redland, attended the wed- Convert house Into duplex apt
sage of white gladioli.Mr. of Wrlghtsville and a graduate of MONTHLY PAYMENTS
j and Mn. Harold Lumpkin. Wrlghtsville High School. He 1 is ding. CUAVA JUICE for ..Ie. J. It $100, 18 mo. repay 5P8! mo.
Miss Mabel Powell and Carl Fred. now manager of the Tastyway B. P. W. C. TO ELECT Roberts Waters' Barber Shop.1 $1000, 36 mo.-repay $3104 mo.

erick attended the ceremony.The shop In Homestead.The NEW OFFICERS MONDAY (a3-l7)J I $1000, 60 mo.--repay $21.07 mo

bride 1* a daughter of Mr couple are making their Officers will be elected at the GIRLS bicycle, rubber tired velocipede $5000, 60 mo....:.repay $108.33 mo.

.; and Mrs. A. W. January of Red. home it present at the Butler meeting of the Homestead Business leather golf bag and i Lonns Caa-;; Secured
'
land. Since her graduation from house. and Professional Women'iClub 8 clubs. Therkildsons Silver
---- To Modernize and Repair
Monday night Palm dr. and Tenn. rd. Call 1 LEASED OR MORTGAGED
MRS. J. A. ROTHERHAM: WINS NINE BLUE The meeting will be held at 8 Monday or Tuesday evening. PROPERTY
If I o'clock In the rooms of the South (aSth
r RIBBONS AT REDLAND CLUBS EXHIBIT Dade UP' of the Red Cross which Loan for NEW CONSTRUCTION

'Ii sport by the club. S-ACRE lime grove, 2 miles from of Commercial Building are also

Twenty-six blue ribbon awards J. W. Porte, Mr. E. A. Barnes, Forme member are invited to bank bids Can be bought on available on MONTHLY PAY
were given at the annual exhibitof I Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Ray Mrs. Wy I the pot-luck dinner to be given terml.fra., M. A. Berger, MENT PLAN through Drooker
the Redland Home Demonstration song, Mrs. Armstrong, Mn. Dane for the Hialeah Business and Pro. Krome ave. and 10th street. Lumber Co.WaYllde .

Club at' an all-day meeting : Mrs. Mahnn Mrs. Baker and Mn I tet'leonal Women'i Club at B:30 (m27U Stands, Barn, Gav

Friday In the Redland Womon'j i Brannon. < April 20 In Avocado Lodge.was LIME, orange tangelo and kumquat line Stations, Utility Bldg.. Tourist

Club building. Miss Eunice Grady I i trees, all flics. Mrs. Chat Cabins, Real Estate Office, Garage,
county home demonstration agent, MRS. QU\ WORD GIVES! played during the afternoon. Camp East Bauer drive. Poultry Buildings, and various
served as judge. ,i', PARTY BEFORE LEAVING {I Present were: Mn C. II. Stcff.inl (mh20-t) other Industrial and commercial

'.\. Those who received blue ribbons Mrs. Quin Word who has been Mn. Frank Hausmnn, Mri buildings are eligible Inside or
will display their ar jcles on visiting her brother and sister-in- Preston B. Bird. Mn Geo. M. FRUIT SPRAY machine with tank outside city limits.MONTHLY .
f: April 30. ,{, for several rnon'hi, gave a small Russell Horne, Mrs E. H. Collier, used cross ties, and 600 sack $100, 18 mo.-repay $5.98 mo

Mr*. J. A. Rotherhom ranked thank-you party Friday afternoon Mn. B. M. Hindman, Mrs. Word lime. L. S. Spencer, Navy Yard. $1000, 36 mo.-repay $31.94 mo.
i' first with nine blue ribbons. They at the Reynolds' home. Bridge and Mn. Reynolds. (m20-tf $2500, 36 mo.-repay $7985 mo.

were awarded for: eggs, products' FRUIT SPRAY MACHINE with We also have F. 11. A. LOANSfor
made from citrus fruits, bread, I,I -- tank and motor, also steel bbl.., New Home payable monthly
i' plain rolls, fancy rolls cake con-1 i'I see L. S. Spencer, Navy pipe yd.l20tf over 20-25 yeari.
tainlng tropical fruits, made'
pie ( )
Whatever the Make Whatever the Model
f from tropical frul', special bakIn -!I We furnish ideas, ;estimates and
and jellies. FOR SALE Tropical' pl.nte.1t.- materials.

1 Mrs b. M. Brannon ranked second -!,I Ii Buick rut tree and troptcai fruit Idtewon. There ii no obligation In discussing \

i: with five first prizes which i!I Jungle Grove, RedUnr I your needs with ui Phone I
J were awarded for: home.l'O'n'l mid and Plummet drive. or call. We'll gladly exp'aln the

vegetables, marigolds cut flower; j I shop snuff.Old service.
Ii' mixed cut flower and rug mad i c..yI oily Ollie oil old oily auto ,BROOKER LUMBER CO. I II

y fnom'thrlft'materl.l. | Frank threw Fred three free Phone 62 Box 405
*. 'Mrs. E. A. Carter and Mr. W.i throws.Ex.UPHOLSTERING. Homestead, Flu.
IX: Mehan each received three firs(. )i I !

prizes Mri. Carter ranked firs. (CONSERVE YOUR CAR) I LOST
V in italian.quilting, Christmas gift
; idea and small potted plant and Service SPECTACLE. blond plsstia
Mrs. Mahan, first In canned fruit frames, lost, about Feb. 15, po .
roses and marmalade. i I Slip CoversCl'SIIIONS I' tlbly at Fruit Festival Box
Is designed to Insure the maximum usefulness and performancefrom
Mrs. Seymour Dane won blue : your automobile by giving It regular, carefully planned I IraprrieN A-137, Homestead Leadei airi
ribbons I Enterprise.
on home-grown frul' andcanned attention. I

vegetables. Mrs. M. A. ,!'' A special kind .of service designed for the lime; ,We 'I AiVJ 1t"r*.JORrilRMTt w \ mi-
Baker won blue ribbons for a cot. ;, I
1
must conserve our ear because we are no longer tore we ran E kLPAIRED
b i dress and a thrift dress. I ilTi 31VAN'iED HI
get new one when we want them. -
'Mrs. J. D. Wysong won a first I jc. jol ai tirade school subject.
You torn to the job of remembrrliMT cvel'Jthlna
over us
prize for pickle and Mr. H. J. i I Cell; r: and D:'ova Mrs. I' J. Armstrong A B,
your car needs done for lubrication, change << Armstrong, a first prize for Lwe .
Plumir drhe
air I nt Country
I
fllt-r cleaning clutch lash cheek engine anlnt. tire awl shins, Ph. Miami
article made of coconut fiber. 3341'I I
Club hd.
j I headlight impaction, all filter renewal. wheel bearings lubrlcVlonr !
Mrs. E. F. Ray won special men- j II i brake adjusting.' Inspection and filling of-1N..l-r". tlIJ ItLl.ASCAS"WORK NOTH Ol 'NTV.'IITION en 'U"II AI'
tion on home-made! soap | checking of cooling system, and checking of master brake n "'ATIO fOR llUrTICI"I or
Theh next meeting of :he club t I i rmiD
cylinder. MAN DHiffillA103t '! : N"TICK IN HERFIIY Cl< IN twt the nor
will be bell April :.I..In R-dhjndl)\ A C-Y-C chart lists all theM .rrrlcrs-end. more- nj the i*"l,.,,,,, vU MI the fl.id 4,> Arril,
.. I Hit. al 10.50 r'b.k ... ..... file a .U.
Community Cfaiurt, U- nnounred. -[ murage'at' which they should be 1M'rie4.Ve wt up .* an3! Urr.OL TUUNG CO. ".. aad .n"" In IIoibali'N Worth 'W.i .
i i rt rrcerd for your ear. and the 'Isttentiens given It; all ill-.saworis i Tess, .... II. of tae )ales If' wo C .
8. \t. 8* StreetMiami .. .., .
Vl-wrl.
ruurt of !> County. or. Inhlk
Present.were: Mr*. E.: R CtJliI-! and IrwHB to,__lit, are ellwliuttrd. I I lil.vm.. fP nf Ml te Set I. <.ftp pf th4itlwr
bergr.Mls-Gee. Hutellli-1Ir1. ,! Flj. .jwbnr ,< tinClivXI Owrt ft toDer
F. W. I We call for car regularly h"'nl tM o.'eI.a tot the.
Jackson. "111. J. lUScheider I your ".&,."-A or William" A.\" r ItWW
Mrs Jos. Haginn. Mre. J C. I I erde it regularly bill for a small JII. aad daeiue. ho ..,,. .. Wthh.
you .
Ely, Mrs. L. E. haddock Mn. E. I .' AI..adr trot" W.tlrrrl. '
B. Isles, Mrs: A. W January,:"rI'1!I amount regularly and .that's all there vxm a fAin.rn JAI<1n ,I. waiJrnenP.
.
far HrtltliiMriM.e
AlUntrn
,-I I is toit. I Ii! EXPERTBARBERING ,I _:e.t._Apr.:!,.IS, Ifltl _

" Homestead Girl 'Scouts j i Tear ow M4 only -'_' MM recvtir 'preventive cam NOT'fll Q", IOITltvr'lN YO API'LY
Tit THI ( 'PI"'IT 4'01'1lT rOR AVnn1.ia
.8, BorUra Stiller t that pate-off aaJoI'.&le1lUeM ad4eag as ---'bIr. but Pan ACTIIHRI7..NCI Tills .nn"
get plenty .f .......... oUof> whom. seek Major ....u... are I IUN" or ANS. MAa9ARRA "IIRI.
alMirt te became neeemary, A MINim ..
:Another quis wee Hives mt lint r Nodes" III HfRFRV: : OIV that Uw
eHF3ESIOS Haircut (JlOu .,4.irmd. MlAriiU Md cttbmvl efItato
aid and signalingThe four purposes Give as* : ( I III' (sere. W.t. vt Flnrl. .. It-.* ."1
of flI'Itaid are: t. preventionof I Share .. ._ tl will aids .n ISt ISM ilw 01 April, A. D.IMS. .

accident; J,.determine. .the B. BIRD, flOIOR COMP A Y I II Stamp (Plata_._ .. .. lie M .Mr... *.W a.,..or....... to MM. ."a OwMifMMM tt the
nature e>t the merles .r wound;; II' Shampoo OledieslH) 7.V 0.5.d Ilw cmalt Lwirt InItato and for

>, know what te de, Raw to 4a It, -:-- ...C_..", fnT M ordrr.......n4hI.1.......
.
[ Tar OfficeS 'late ,_____ . Ue a. .1't.' l M Ana n. .. a
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'1: ad wtint. !. 4* ttf 4;_"' $. 1 1 I OpJosite.I.egon I ,Jaw. low 4Iw .
., lion. Facial _ .__ ", -, __ ate i I C I1IK"Y "ITR. w, ALYCLTN
I : .Krome Are. at 6th Street Phone 18'I 0 01111TH.Jrxlcrw .
'Ja signaling! we Whale ..tlOe I Facial Pack --...-. We I rauw.ets.
letter . I __ TSr!' L 9tfJC1t1..
'We learned and braids .. Combination Foul .., ,
rr *- r-r r -r Awo+ I. rdi.loaaral
them Ih* correct number tt dots T-rT Ton'e .. _. _" Ise N.r. II. Ie, 17. ,"":. I. '., 7040)i

and t9ties. -, ._ Mustache Tr'ra .. __ le I II _
Anne henry traxtilr talk II I

dance in ,which yo" ewe .M i GROVE LAND -TKUCX LANDS-OTY LOTS-rHOMES '
dance. I BUSirsBarbcrShop !
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Prices Were Never fie LewPl.aty .. Caod Valets '
Margaret i9arnej.vJey Peters i ..., i R ONLY
end Connie Campbell led the following ((11- MONKr
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?S'it- Tin Cabbage .. A.CAMERONRIAL, JUNGLCINTHCL5.
Down. Chantey", and I Opp. City'Hall I j
a "The Night herding SongTho IISTATECOAZETZAIJ. I .

going to camp tnsda! a. :FLORIDA I t o w nam e% Mwk.O,
list of the ''bins they would n.*4. J.w.M n.M..t

and a' paper ws given to each I Oppt OU Fdltw'i Bedding I M 1.y,. wood,. doolls Mlar/ofYnr .
for her mother to IIgn.l N's. "I'L'D TII --1. I R r.-.L.d YyYwah.
TcU 72 Established IKl
Connie candy ,
for ttfrestiimmte.pwpbell served .. -- - .. - - ,. ,'4: 1AN3Ip1UNdiiIlLlII t., ) f', '


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Page Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, April 3, 1942,

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and

Vested Choir Will Provide Special ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS I M.... R. E. Edward ar.
laid for
I. I Coven were : Mrs. Z.
; Music for Methodist Easter Service __n_____ A. Hardtack of Atlanta Mr*. Lee
.. LEGION AUXILIARY HANS B. Cave, Mutt 8. A. Turner Mrs.J. K. Lahman. Mrs. Carl Deden. Mrs.
::1 -- FOE SUFFER WITH LEGION I . R. Pope, Mrs. H. Berriens. Mrs. Fred Redd lira. W. E. Hbeney,
t A robed choir of twenty voices Patri", choir; offering response, Flana for a covered-dish supper -, C. Taylor Mrs. Polk Mr. Smith Mr Frank L. Skin, Mr. Jessie
t ,. directed by Irving J. Lyon win "Grant Thy Blessing" (Von to be held Jointly with the and Mrs Harper. L. Faith, Mr*. Helen Heckler Mrs
provide special music for the Berge); "Gloria" (Mozart)! announcements Legion an April IS were made ata Batchelor Mrs. Faust and Mrs.

.: Homestead Methodist Church : special, "When meeting of the Legion AuxiliaryWednesday MB, (, s. SHIELDS IS GIVEN Rue. .
Enter service. The Ki '1': A. Thou Comesr from "Inflammitui night In Legion nail' BIRTHDAY BDBnUSB -
Ferguson will preach the Easter Stabet Matr" by Rossini, Mn.Wm. Officer win be elected by the Mrs. J. W. Miller and Mrs. Albert DA AND MRS. ANDERSEN ,
aermon. Mr*. J. D. R dd U plan- MuiMlwhlte and male chorus auxiliary after the ripper. Hirnnaa. gave a surprisebirthday ENTERTAIN FOB VISITORS .
lit for the choir. ; sermon; recessional hymn A nominating committee, Mn party for 14.... S. S; Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Andersen
The service will be M follows: Tor the Beauty of the Earth"; Joel J. Robinson and Mr*. Lamar Shields Wednesday afternoon at a dinner party Wednesday .
prelude: processional, "Crown benediction; response, "Hear OUrPrayer" Kendrick was appointed.The the Shields home. Among the gave night at their home in honor of
Him With Man Crowns"} Introit, auxiliary decided to hold gifts received was a bouquet their guests Dr. and M...., H. :-
"Blew Thy People" (TictMlkow This will be the final appearance Its poppy day sale some time In Front the W. S.C S.of the Florida Thompson of Ithaca N. Y. Dr. '
ski); hymn, "Christ the Lord Is of the choir thla season.A May. City Community Church. of, :
Thompson i* head a department *
Risen", choir and congregation, phonograph record was recently '
Present at the meeting wereMn. : Those present were: Mrs. R. J. at Cornell University.Coven .
"Lord
I Apottle'i Creed (prayer response, made of the number Xdw
Mra
Frank B. Rue H. F. Mrs.Fred .
Mrs. Potter
Shepherd were laid for: Dr. and
"Incline Thine Ear"j anthem, Make Me Strong", which the choir Shef- .
Norman, Jr., Mn Harold Henn, Mr* H. Cuthiella, .
Mrs. Gee D. Ruehle Mr. and Mrs.S.
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"Sanctus", M... Lewis Brandenburg will ling at the Good Friday serv- field, Mn. Jesse Go man. Mn. ..
14... John Rohrer Mrs. Margaret J. Lynch Dr. and Mrs. Thompson
and choir psakit ("Gloria tce.I .
; and MU Ruth Fox. .
Robinson
Kennedy Mrs. Chaa. Clinton, Mrs. and Dr. and 14... Anderten.
Roy Chandler Mn. Jas. M. Dobbin "
Three Methodist Choirs to Present DOBCA8 CLASS TO GIVE Mrs W. E. Myers, Mrs Edw. Madge Thompson Takes '
WINDOW FOR TEACHER SUling, Mrs. II:. J. tied Mn Lucy
I i Easter Cantata in Perrine School I Th Dorcaa Claw of the First Hole, Mrs. Ethel Ash and Diana Course in Firearms
baptist Church has voted to havea Archer and Dickie Clinton.
window In the new church Tallahassee, Apr. I-Extracurricular -
The Easter cantata "Hall theo women' chorus: ; "The Blest building dedicated to its teacher, RAIN OB BRINE CLUB defense course will con
Easter King", will be presented Assurancetenor and bass duet M.... Julia Polk. The matter was GIVES SHOWER FOB TWO tlnue} in the fourth quarter at
} by the combined choirs of tho Mr. Bleeke, Mr. Gray; "Hall the ,decided at a meeting at the home Raid or Shin Club members Florida State College, with car
Christ", Mrs. Esther Lambert, of Mrs. C. T. Harper where Mrs Honored .14.... J. L. Batchelor of and operation of firearms as the ti
Silver Palm, Perrlne and Methodist Miss Cox; "My Faith Look Up to A. D. Smith and Mrs. Harper were Okron; CX, who is visiting here latest addition. Other course are
.
!, churches at 11 O'clock Sundayin Thee", soprano solo M... Ellen I'losteste and Mn T.,.J. Faust.pf South auto mechanics, electrical communications
the Perrlne school auditorium Keene; offertory, "The Holy City", Th class decided also to holda Miami whoa* birthday t'was, witha ;.f1r1t old; censorship.
under, the direction of Clarence Mfs. Gray; "Go Ye", men's chorus party In the city park April ZJ handkerchief shower at a luncheon canteen service, etc. -
Gray of Redland announce the ; "The Song of Easter Dawn", when the husbands of memberswill given by Mrs. Frank B, Rue Miss Madge Thompson of Homestead -
:Rev. Jesse E. Waller, pastor of the choir; benediction Mr. Waller, b* guests. at her home March 28. is enrolled in the firearms ,
three churches. Mr*. Gray I* pianist postlude, "The* Hallelujah Chor Present wire Mrs. E. L.. Lawrence 14.... Batchelor visiting her course.
and Principal T.. A. Holtonof us". .Mrs. Fred Redd M.... W.: y
Redland will serve as reader. Twenty-eight are singing In the I
The program reads: voluntary, oaritata: soprano, 14.... Halzllp, h h
"The Palms', piano solo; "Ring 0 M.... Holton Mrs. G. E. Sims, Mrs. Silver Palm to Hold
Bella", choir and women's chorus; Jess Greer Mrs. Keene, Mn Good Friday Service
scripture; prayer, the Rev. JesseE. Lambert 14.... Margaret Holsen- RE-ELECT ;
Waller; "Blessed I. the King", beck Mn J. L. Murray Mn The annual Good Friday candlelight -
men's chorus and iholr; "The Clifton DeBerry, Mn Paul Vanlandlngham -I service will be held at
Saviour Prays Alone", Mrs Carl Mn Wagner Mrs 8 o'clock this evening In the Silver J. DoREDD
Wagner Mn. J. H. Halxlip. Mn. 'Leona Wright, Mrs Olin Edward,, Palm Methodist Church an- AM=
I
Eva Fletcher, Miss Kathleen Wag. ,Miss Vera Fletcher Miss Ruth I nounces the pastor, the Rev Jesse i
ner; "And While Jesus Spake", Murray, Miss AIda Fearl Walker,I E. Waller. :
Mr. Waller Donald Bleeke and Miss Rose Mary Hennlngton; altos,' Scriptural readings of Christ
ch.tin "The Radiant Cross', Mrs M.... Eva Fletcher, Mrs. Wagnon, trial and crucifixion will be read
Florence Wagnon Mrs. Bleeke Mrs. Thaggard, Miss Cox. Mist special music will be provided and
Mr. Wagner, choir; "Behold the Anne Holton, Miss Kathleen Wagner the sacrament of the Lord's Sup-
Angel Descended", choir women's and Miss Marie Rogers; tenon per will be administered. YOUR'
chorus; scripture; Mr. Holton; Mr. Bleeke, Mr. Gray; basses, All visitors will be welcomedto
"H* Live Aagln", 14.... James J. L. Doollttle Mr. Wagner Mr. the service. COUNTY'COMPIlSSIONER
'.- Thaggard, Miss Jeanette Cox Waller and Mr| Markham.
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.. Easter Service Planned Dr. Reaves to Begin the man out of the water then
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"Th Passion of our Lord" ,la A. W.R'vea, pastor of FIFTH DISTRICT
I special Easter program plannedby Stanton Memorial Church in Miami ,
\, the young people of the Home will begin a revival meeting
stead Presbyterian rch for tho next Sunday morning In the First
: Sunday night servlo i 8 o'clock. Baptist Church of Homestead announces -
( ,''he service will Include scenes Dr. J. E. Johnatone, pastor GOOD (Paid Political Advertisement)
\ 1-om the last week in the life of HEALTH
y Christ Interpreted by music and I "Dr. Reaves is a splendid gospel .
( the spoken word. 'preacher and will bee blessing to
Those who will take part an: Homestead tad the surrounding VOTE FORCII9"1LES
Misr Horothy Bchrens, Miss Avis I community," said Mr. Johnstone. M. I
Bit Misses Beth and Kate "H* will b* with us each ,day
Car.. Miss Ant Hlckson, I .fIre and night next week Services STEWARTFOfc
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Hampton, Blair and Richard attend these services." ravcsMgat* what Chiropractic is = In the Democratic'Primary,
ftlcl l1ln. 'Tom lUdeea, Vernon doing hi raising many from the May 1912
Jnekwnti, and Re* Rotntoe. VlM-vn despair of in health. With spring Your support and vote,will,te
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