Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00537
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: April 10, 1942
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00537
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VoL 31-No. 15 Homestead Florida. Friday April 10. 1942 Price 5 Cents

,1 : Perrine Gets $6,000,000 Blimp Basel

"I, Army Combat Team to Move' HDDR FIRMS TO START wogSIIONON$3,173,000CONTRACT

; .11ilo.Farm Labor Camp Here,


I For Enlisted Men of Army Air Corps -
I The navy's air base for blimpe
4e )YESTERDAY ON I Miami Beach baa become didate school and replacement that will patrol the Caribbean and

e West Point for enlisted men in training center recently: established Official weather report of tile Florida's Atlantic and Gulf coasts

the army: air corps, Homestead at the Beach, was guest Subtropical Experiment Station, In search of submarines will be
a COLONEL( HERE Rotarians and their Rotary Anns speaker. With him as honor I' Homestead, F1ortda. located a mile and a half west
guests were Mrs Lindley and Date Y..1111.' a.', .aV
'.. learned Wednesday night at a din First Lieut and Mrs Willard MFlfleld .'I April 2.....__ n IS 130.21 of perrine, 12 miles due north ,of
tI ;. .- ner meeting held in Legion baIL Lieut Flfleld, a former April 1._ 79 10 IUII Homestead, and Its developmentwill
president of the local club and April 4 78 52 Involve an expenditure of
An army tolonel and a staff of Lieut. Col. Floyd; E. Lindley, intelligence I
assistants were In Homestead and public relations officer now attached to the officer candidate April 11_ 77 111 ",000.000.
checking over accommodations of the air corps officer can- school: Introduced Wi.superior April e.._ 80 115 130.101 This announcement was madeIn
; and facilities of Camp Red- officer. April 7___ 80 8e 110.0'11 Miami Wednesday by Congressman
land to Recordi of the air corps show April 1_ 82 I 82 12UDI Pat Cannon who said that
; taking over
for the army as battalion headquarters DRAFT NUMBERSMAY that ,It costs $75000 to train a aD initial contract amounting to
s for a combats team as-, pilot Cot Lindley said, therefore, LIGHTS $3,173,000 for the construction bt
tfgned to duty In this area. BE POSTED It would be absurd to train a man OUTDOOR hangars, barrack storehouses
The colonel,.who will be com to fly: and keep him on the ground and 'other buildings has already
.. manding officer of the 'unit to be at a desk job. The purpose of SIGNS ORDERED been awarded by the bureau of ,'
stationed in the building constructed -' HERE SHORTLY the Miami Beach school Is to train ;yards and docks to four contract '
at I migratory farm labor non-flying officers for administrative log companies, twe from Jack
I camp, requested that no further functions, on the ground TURNED OFF HERE sonville and two from Orlando.
Information on the subject Assignment of draft number and enable officers: trained as pi. Work It to \begin immediately on
,be, published this week. for.men who ..registered' for, the' lot*' to devote all .their ,time to the 1,000 acre tract which la m
third selective service lottery ha. flying,be-s"" ..All electrlt signs, Hood lights process ofacquisition' by UM. .
1 taken longer;than' tad ... .:**. wANtlllJllII4.'Itee chatted 1DID and private outdoof lights of any navy. The site, entirely of pin* r7
b. ,REDISTRICTINGOF pected but>e.MraMe.to IhfeyarteJ JI'IIOJlM'MM la the armrat least description must .be Jeff unUghted land, will be served by the Seaboard .
.. I diction of Dade Draft Board 7 three months may apply: for appointment I until further notice, W. E. Rhenejr, railroad which cut across
(from Coral Gables south) are to the air corps officer district air raid warden announced the northwest corner of the) tract
SCHOOL AREAS assured of finding their numbers (Continued on Page Two) I last Saturday at a resultof -one reason the preference was
posted within the next few days, screen-out test conducted here given to this location. Several
VOTED BY BOARDA : Wm. J. Geronimo, board chair- [ In conjunction with the countywide other South Dade sites were Inspected -
man, said yesterday.In RALLY SLATEDIN screen-out: experiments. two weeks ago by a partyof ;
Homestead the list will be I Even lights In houses which cast naval officers headed by Commander
I potted at the fire station. direct illumination through windows C. E. RoaendahL
restricting of Dade Coun The next step after assignmentof LEGION PARK : must be rearranged, Mr. The blimp base will be completely
ty's five school board districts number will be the mailing of Rhenejr said Porte cochere lights : self-sustaining and will beat
effected yesterday morning at a questionnaires to registrants HERESATURDAY are included In the ban on out large as any In this country.
meeting of the Dade County Board' There will be an occupational as door lighting.Naval (Continued on Psge Two)
of Public Instruction extends the
II authorities "cracking
well as a military questionnairewhich are
north boundary of District 3''I hit not been the in down" on screen-out requirements
(South Dade) from Kendall driveto political rally will be held in far conducted ROBBERS' BLOW
the two previous drafts. From at experiments so
I park tomorrow night at
Coral Way west of N. W. 13th
have failed to reduce the "lume",
these questionnaires the draft I
7:30: under the auspices of the
avenue (Miami)) and to the Miami -
board will decide the classification Dade County Democratic Com or glow over the Miami area FATAL TO GOULDS
river east of N. W 13th ave
against ships are silhoueted -
of registrants that it, whether mittee. Candidates for the Demo-
nue. the registrant Is entitled to de- as potential targets for enemy
cratic nomination to all offices to
In other words, all of Dade I NIGHTVATCHER
I submarines off the coast. So drastic
ferment and Just what degree of be ofi
County south of the Miami river voted on in the primary: 1
have the regulations become
deferment he should be I
and east of 13th avenue, and all given I May 5 are sceduled to speak. that Miami Beach at night, now I Oral Edgar Terry: 85, died
( of It south of Coral Way to the Offices for which nominationswill Tuesday In'James Archer Smith
City Will Drill 12 Wells be voted In the May presents a wlerd ghostly appearance -
west of 13th avenue now comprises I All street lights are painted Hospital of brain concussion suffered *
the district of which South For Emergency Fire Use are: railroad commlsilon, (Continued on Page Four) I when he was attacked and
Dade It a part. Groups One and Two; supreme I robbed In the early morning ot
I The) districting even yet. does The drilling of 12 wells for use, court; congress at large; congress March 23 at the Walter Peterson
I not extend the boundaries of by the fire department In case of fourth district; state's attorney; Bridge Sentry Injured I Packing house In Goulds where

, District 3 to Include the residence -I emergencies curtailing the outputof county solicitor; legislature,I. By Drunk Driving Truck, he was night watchman. A cor*
of Eugene B. Hunter, Miami the municipal water plant was Groups One, Two and Three; oner's Jury In the court of Justiceof
attorney whose address It 1102 authorized by the Homestead city: county commission, Districts One) James Hughes 22, member of the Peace Sid L. Kendrick last
Capri street Coral Gables Hunt- council at its regular meeting to Five Inclusive; and j the army bridge guarding detach night found that Terry died at the
registered si a voter from the Monday night Councilman Henry school board.A counf"l I'ment, It in a Key West hospital result of Injuries Inflicted by unknown
Kendall precinct and filed as an Brooker; Jr. fire committeeman, feature of the rally with a broken left leg suffered 'persons.
opponent 'of Chas. O Turner of was empowered to have the wells the award of war saving stampsto last Saturday night when a truck Terry: was never able to tell
Homestead who now represents drilled and stand pipes installed some fortunate person in the driven by a drunken negro struck what happened to him or to de.
District 3 on the county: school: without delay audience. ,the soldier as he was doing guard scribe his attackers. He 'wS
,board The council discussed the possibility duty on one of the bridges. found In an unconscious condition
Asked If he would protest : and practicability of closing Farm Bureau to Sleet i The negro was taken to the on the steps of the John W,
Hunter eligibility: at' a candl-I the street to the rear of the In Homestead April 22 I Monroe County jail in Key West. (Continued on Page Four _
date, Mr. Turner said last light and water plant as a war

that(he had refrained on Page from Four givingContinued ) I I time taken precaution at this meeting but no action was unit A meeting of the American of the Dade Farm County Bur: Ireland Working for Complete Home I

reau Federation, will be held in Rule Father Nixon Tells Lions Clubyears
Defense Co-ordinator Will Register Homestead school: auditorium at ,
8 p. m. April 22 with Frank B.
', 'Pupils for Free Welding Class Here Rue acting at chairman of the In normal times and the expect to receive 1,000 green
I meeting school expects to gradual some: men I day at well at ship out for
Richard Blackburn, executive 8,000 officers long before the year. duty; In an part of the world
Bruce Davis, state eo-ordinator' rollment recently has fallen oft I secretary of the national organitation -! is out, Cot Lindley said. 1.000 trained men a day. CoL
of defense activities will be at theH&neatead to such M extent that attendance will be the speaker The ptflcer candidate attend Lindley said that the'maxwlIIa
hall does not meet the minimum re- The Dade County unit of the classes and perform routine duties enrollment of the school was e..
i city: at I p. m. quirement to warrant continuation farm bureau federation was organized during the day and study pected to be reached la July with
Saturday to register those Interested of the class and the tying up of several weeks ago with' every night except Saturday 50,000 men under instruction.
la enrolling In the adult equipment that can be put to use 63 members There are more when they: are allowed leave un. Establishment of the air corps
welding courses offered at the for the benefit of a greataer number than 125 members now. Officers UL midnightIn officer candidate: school and replacement
vocational agricultural building at of persons elsewhere.An are Dr. J. O. DuPuis, president, the replacement training training center In hotels
Homestead High School enrollment of 30 persons Is John W Campbell vicepresident center: Inductee, are given training at Miami Beach was a matterof
,Mr. Davit conning here to cooperate required to keep the classes and ; Harold Kendall, secretary, In ground crew subjects. economy first of all, CoL Lind
in an effort to prevent equipment In Homestead. Persons .I and W. H. Owens treasurer Directors What formerly was a three- ley aid Construction of a cantonment
disbanding of the classes and removal IT years and older are eligible In addition to the officers t month course will be crowded Into' for the project would
,, of the welding and machine , for the courses, which are' are Walker Fowler, Chas. Pratt 28 days of streamlined Instruc-shave cost millions of dollars and'r'
shop to Miami The en- free of charge. land John ).I. Dunn. itlon. This section of the1 school t (Continued on Page Four)

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STATE ATTORNEY: Opposite o Phone

Thomas. Ferguson a practicing i I
i 1torneT' of Miami for II I
years and a. justice of the peace I m
for the put ten year U candidate
for the office of : attorney ,i
subject,to the Democratic
primary on May 5. ,
Mr. Ferguson was born In 1WMla

where Columbia hU father County wu a Florida fannerH .,,: .9 At M. 10:30 A. M.\ 2:30 P 31.-4:00 P. M.\ 9 P. M.\ Saturday

received Batchelor of Arts and,
Jurii doctor degrees from the University .
of Florida in 1924 and that FINE GRANULATED DEL MONTE
tarn year commenced the practice
of law In Miami with Joe V. '

Dillon Dillon under and Ferguson.the firm name Shortly of SUGAR 4 lb. 26cCOFFEE Ib. 26cLIMIT

thereafter, J. R. Well joined the .
firm and the name became Dillon'
Ferguson and Wells. I LIMIT
During hit ten yean aa Justiceof
the peace, Mr. Ferguson has
held several inques In his capacity :
aa coroner ex-officio. and be i
has also Investigated several hun; FRESH MEATS '
dred deaths In which no inquests l lr
were Decenary, He feels that his' FANCY BEEFCHUCK \
j experience in this type of work I FRESH PORK NECK BONES ., Ito IQc
i qualifies him 1o undertake the i ROAST lb. 30c .
duties of states attorney k

the Florida Ferguson Young and Democratic Is was past elected president Clubs delegate of of'' LAMB SHOULDER, Y2 Of whole! :{lb. 18c' LAMB BREAST for Stew, 3 lb.for 25c ;{

to the last national conversion '.
from this congressional districtHe JAR FRESH

and is Kastern a Mason Star.Shriner He is Elk a member, Moose,' HOT DOG SAUCE 15c .. PORK LIVER, ]be. 23c :'
also of Phi Delta Phi. honorary' 4
legal fraternity Phi Kappa Phi'
honorary scholastic: fraternity, and REAL BARBECUED SPARE RIBS
of the Florida Peace Officers As
sociation.BEACHJICIIOOL. '

t (Continued from Page One) ;I,I PILLSBURY BEST FLOUR, 20 Ib. bag 99c

candidate training school A nonpartisan -
board elects those deemed NEW
best fitted for appointments. i -
Course In administration management t KELLOG'S PKG. FREE TEA GLASSES

i education, grammar as well as and special physical and: ,,f
technical subjects are taught J CORNFLAKES 6cLIMIT UPTONTEA-
Physical education Is stressed because -
men in the air corps do not I 54c .f
r get the everyday exercise experienced
by men in the Infantry, artillery -' ARMOUR'S
or other branches of the j
service, OIL LJndley pointed out!" FANCY BLUE ROSE .

Miami The officer Beach candidate will crowd school In'o 12 at I TEX 3 lb. can 59c i
weeks' 'concentrated instruction I RICE 4 lb. pkg. 35cBORDEN'S ,
what West Point does In four I .
would have been useless after the: LIMIT
war emergency, he polnte'd i
More Important yet, he said OUL'I, SILVER COW SWIFTS
the fact that it would have

quired the necessary six
'ties.000 and officers In six can months be ',l.clU-1 I I cans can

by the officer candidate I
ISO.000 men can be put I

the A third replacement consideration training In establishing center.-, FRESH OSCEOLA GOLDEN j

was the the fact school that In south Miami Florida Beach, I SZcans
climate would make possible the 23c CORN 2 cans 25c w

the training year.of men Ml days out of, ,

Lieut Fifield In .
Introducing ---- ------
CoL Llndley said be had entered, '.
the army as an enlisted man M DIXIEORANGEMARMALADE 1'
1.an'aQ and is on the staff of
Brig,-Gen. J. H. Wooten who Is lutharge : '
of the air corps officer
candidate school and emplacement, JELLY 29 c
training center At the end of or rqUAVA;
till talk CoL Llndley Invited :
members of the audience .to..adt
questions which be answered I .."
Lieut Fifield will be remem- :: VEGETABLES
bered as acting horticulturist in' FRUITS and .
charge of the Sub'ropical Expert-: 1
neat Station here until be was. I
promoted to the position bf e.-: LARGE STALK A [ .COLDER RIPEBANANAS,3lbs. ..JCELERY
ais-ant to Dr. Wilmon Newelt j
provost for agriculture at the*
University of Florida and head of; 2 for I5c 17c J1
Florida system bf state agricultural ,
experiment stations. AI!| ; .
ember of the reserve officer
corps of the United State* Army
he .... called from hit Galnes GREEN TOPCARROTS 1
villa duties late active service for -
be duration of the emergency 2 rl5c CABBAGE k Ic
Brad Miami recetitly Bench>was school.WANTADS assigned. to the/ < ,. .

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Friday, April 10,- 1942 - HOMESTEAD LEADER-AMD-ENTERPRISE1: _ ,_ : PaeeTbwe s

:Milledge, Boyhood Redand) ] s aeI\t(1\ r.z'"a'< .Z'Tr' : ..... .ml tart xll Held airport to the SamsofeKBradeaW -'- Presbyterians (U '(hill I Ii

II! Candidate for Post of State l' l Florida Citygnm i
I ; : ; , _ Attorney Our 1 1I UndMt Hicksoa ot' the U."* .1 ,. f f I > /
Navy.station at Jacksonville spit ""The'km of Out Lord, is
Stanley Milledge, president ol Ity and Delta Tau Delta social Boys in ServiceStaff I 1th* .weetxnd with his parents,'scenes from the last week of the ,
tilt Dade County Bar Association fraternity. I I Ml* 'and, Mrs. J. L. Hickson, In life of Christ Interpreted by music J ,
: and former circuit court Judge,, Milledge served an interim appointment I i Naranji and dialogue will be presented
'I who is seeking the Democratic on the circuit bench last I * '. * * * : I in the Florida City Community t:

nomination to the office of state'i year until Gov Holland rewarded I Corp. Ralph BevU. ion of Mr Church Sunday evening at S r
I attorney (q the May. primaries, Legislator George E.! Holt with SgL James Q Wilson who and Mr. It. Bert of Homestead o'clock by the young people of 1 1I
I 11 stationed In the U. S. Air Corp
I was a resident of.Redland in nil Judicial appointment for his services has been transferred from the Homestead Presbyterian '
at Kessler Field Miss U visiting I
r boyhood day. as an administration stalwartAs Fort Banning to Fort BragC. N. Church. ;
his Mr. and Mrs. Monroe
Hit father, Dr. Francis Allan a judge and as I lawyer parent Modello. Wilson I C, where he is first cook. I i
Wedge, once professor in Teach- Milledge likened the law to i Wilson in Sgt
who Is his tint leave In eight ..
I % ew" College at FarmvlUe Va.. straight line which cannot fit perfectly month on received his daft Hrpanl' -I 1942 Auto TlrJ 'to oDe an 12.!:. FLACLER 8T.
brought his family to Redland the ups and downs of human -
in rating the day he received, Used Again.. ext Year'
r 1910 and took up 'a homesteadat lives, but must be applied U McALIISTERMEN'S
the west end of what is now the end of justice and common I:his furlough papers.A. I I Tallahassee, Apn :A (FNS)-

I Coconut Palm drive. good to the greatest number. I I Florida plans to use the same I SHOP
I -The Mdledn's cleared the A wearer of the khaki of World L. HobsoOuaton, Texas, automobile tags otprT again next
War 1, be says he Invites an fireman, tint class of the U. S.
I woods for a citrus grove and ex. army year and thus save both meUl and FIFTH ANNUAL
tended* Coconut Palm drive to In civilian garb to join him infighting ;;Coast Guards, is a house guest of manufacturing costs estimated: at
their homestead by cutting .and for the sort of honest,I I Mr and Mrs. Walter Thompson approximately $23,000. ; CLEARANCESALE
I respect-Inspiring ,government at in Redland during his leave from I
stumping the tree from the right i instead of purchasing a new I
ol-way. home which made worthwhilethe ''du:y. He has Just returned from tag motorists will simply receive
Ufe-and-death struggle of the I patrol duty In Iceland. Nova Scotia -
During their early a tab dated 1M3 to attach to theirpresefiffcgs. I '
yean ai army in uniform. and Newfoundland. Sit
] The tabs would be
residents of
Redland whenever Jame G. Wilson was a dinner made to fasten the Mrs... ..at a..wb Mwits, WillM
the Mittedges went to Homestead,, I home of Mr. and Mrs so as over .at--Jas resale.00a .
guest at the I M a..s
of the old that
j comer tag now
Stanley would walk three miles Ed. Hamilton Candidate Thompson Tuesday. will r. Ae M b -I
to George Kotels home carries the date "Wr,
hire the For 4th District Seat!II
Kosel mule and drive it back home It 1* also planned to furnish I SAVE
r to pick up the family before they I Sidney Lee, son of Mrs. motorists .with a rear window I MORE 33 .
started their; eight-mile trip U Ed:Hamilton,well known lawyer Ruth Lee of Co lda, has been promoted sticker showing lilt! tax paid as
j Homestead of West Palm Beach and resident I from private tint class to an -added precaution in the event I THANIN :
The of the fourth congressionaldistrict !(corporal and has been transferred of loss of the metal tag I TRESE-
t 41-year-old Miami attorney for the past 17 yean, has I
r was born in New Orleans. Dr. begun a concentrated campaign f Drastic Reductions
Milledge tutored his children,. ando '
for election as congressman from i POT sauRte
I 1e of the personal fact of which this district. I -:.m 6m MUMS $1.39 i

I. his son is proud 1* that although Besides the many rallies that EDWARD STILING for S4
he never attended high school, he u
have been arranged for him, Mr.
was the second University of a..641. We" T.._
Hamilton will talk over station us. 'IOINO'
Georgia law student to earn a WQAM on Friday night April10 REALTOR
perfect grade in Blackstorie He I $189
at 915, and announce his plat- I
received that 100 per cent correct form. i Real Estate General Insurance
mark Dean SUITS
Sylca.nnus Morris Mr. Hamilton has practiced lathe I
famed in the South for legal Florida court and the U. s. An ".... T.vi..l.$2e .
examinations so searching that Supreme Court. He has been NOTARY PUBLIC 1011100'

grades of IS, 25 and 40 were the active among civic, church, aJi- Cor. Palm A\e. and A\e. I) Florida City, Fla., $267
' rule, rather than the exception. I letlc, and other groups for many PHONES ttl-J AND 501-M '

Milledge entered the University )'eara. I SHIRT A""P," .LACS PM
I of Florida by pall\nJ'an entrance .... 110M T.1.AllW1. $4.95:;

examination (because of his lack I r_

+ of formal schooling), but. left in I .. SU." ValuesNOW
his second year to loin the army -
I tit had Just completed the officers'' .
, training course at Camp Lee, Vs, $1395

t when In the 1822 armistice Uilledge came.received hu THE SIGN OF SPORT COATS

law degree from the University ,1.1 "aiNOW

of. Georgia, which Us ancestor, $1695
Gov. John Milledge, helped foundin
1810. He cam to Miami to
practice In 1925.. DEPENDABLE SERVICE Silk Ties 11-' 2 for $1

He established his home in
$I.b0 }'lees
Miami Shores In 19M. and, taking
active part In the developmentof I $495SPORT

served that as residential councilman community and mayor, FOR ANY CAR OR TRUCK I rIDs

He I* a trustee of the Miami A5.w..l Go_.
.Shores Community church, mem. i s"d cSilo" -.
ber of the CIvitan and Optimist iI ratesNOW

clubs, the Loyal Order of Moose, I

Phi Kappa Phi scholastic fratern- I $795

BLIMPBASE ..w ..... MK11 HIM; B.>
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\SSTE ; .. 4 for $1

(Continued from Page One)
It'will be comparable to the two YOUR, 0 EYROLEtt MCALLISTER

large blimp base recently commissioned -

at South Weymouth, sb. MEN'S SHOP
Mass. and Elizabeth City, N. C, i
._ ..
The R.1. T. II.AI tol
contractors are the Ivey H.
Smith and S. S. Jacob of Jacksonville I Ul E.! FLAGLER MIAMI
and the Lan \on' Construction I OPEN TILL F. SL
Co.' and the Hubbard
Construction Co. of Orlando. +
Their engineers are expected to
=I be on the site within a abort time .

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Mrs. Nichols Returns today, more than ever before, this sign beck fot EXPERT.BARBERING
"JUYKI nu) unsno
From Father's Funeral
om all car and truck owners who want theJIIYICI'tI&, unr

i : Mrs. H. C Nichols, called to skilled,' reliable s.rvk.that comes with (1) 1 a-Ir--i bee TIN .
Pensacola March It bythe death ,
1 of her father. A. M. EstcJn, U expected ' trained mechanics, (2) quality materials; and 2 CM Kecassr Wwb else Raareit. N.as" .

j home today. '(3) reasonable service rate w.Ye. .en'expect si- c..... __ tie
Mr. Esteln died from I heart ....... (lists)_ lie
attack In his sleep. Burial was this kind of sendee from your Chevrolet dealer '4 Test Brakes Sasyee (....W)_ 'ISO
In New Orleans.
because for Chevrolet dealers have had stew 1St
Surviving besides Mrs. Nichols S
Check.....and Weed
are his wife, two daughter who the largest number of "trade-ins'1 and therefore racial lie
live in California and seven. 6 =Tre.es.le., r>.elal tack -, '7eO.UsbInatIss
grandchildren.. sthe widest;experience In servicing and FKw.-: '
-. .... -
conditioning ah makes of cars and trucks. 7 Check CooliM System T mle 1St
DEATH TAKES INFANT i ....Ucsi* Trio 10e
8 Protect..Prtxrre Ffawk
Cecil Leonard Cfflls two- OtMMATOft
month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. etteOtfTSTANMNt CAR CONSERVATION PLAN" "
tua e
H. V. Gillis of Homestead died
Funeral services were' held BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY Shop
Wednesday at the graveside in

Palm Cemetery at Naranja. with Grewta.wttk Bevtk Dade far ever u yeses Om*. Ctty BanIL
the Rev R. H. Spear pastor of The akin (laden k0 dealer e. FbrieU's East CeaatHisiirtiil.
the Homestead Nazarene Church, .
officiating. I FlsiWa 'Tde.*.ee SS

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LEADER' ROBBERS' BLOW tad Edgar Terry of Goulds, a main neutral and accede: to Inl conducted the a===
HOMESTEAD daughter, Mr*. Sweeta Ford of and" request miniature state,
Goulds; a sister, Mrs. Mae Masters "British pressure wit exerted to able experience In the manner of

AND ENTERPRISE (Continued from Page One) of GaUpollt, Ohio; hit father I the cxtetnt that Frank Aiken, transacting government affairs, h*

Campbell packing house at 6 a, Wm. Terry of Callpolls, and minister of supply, was refused the said. The Lions Club will assistin
IBM ARCHER _fr .*t ttttvaUBJOklB m. by the night watchman of that four brothers. Oman of :White right to buy arms in the United tending a boy again this year

LILACS AKCHlUMOtimON *- establishment The two packinghouses ; Sulphur Springs, Okar and Lacey State unless these bate were Chairman Dick KInard outlined
---." .ot are separated by only a ot Buchanan and Mason of Fin- turned over to England. In that plans tat the Lion carnival to

.......... hw-n at S..tra. ..... few hundred feet and Terry had ,cotter, Va. case Eire could have whatever the be help April 2* at the Den In
or amsaes ..... hWIotol.. evidently managed to cover the needed under lend-leiM term Silver Palm.Nominating.

BATH distance in search of help. Watchman I REDISTRICTINGContinued This Inability to let needed arm blanks were diatribe
I.a..os..Vatw i Berriman of the Campbell leaves Eire unprepared to enter uted at this meeting In preparation -
sisalsn 01 Dada Coatp_ alaia.tane packing house telephoned Constable the war. for the club election on April
: seems *.Ia.wag sets.
Ins M w VMS sn.t Joe Scarborough who had ( from Page One) The Irish are not anti-British 2L
:.ewlwl ISTt Fl.rU... wtor Ik* sea ofst.w ,the Injured man. taken to the hoe- the question active considerationuntil however, because thousands of Or. R. J. Elliott, program chairman .
S. 'pltaL after such time u the board them have Joined the English for next week announcedthat

Investigation .t.the Peterson might put through the redistriet.ing armed force and gone to work in the speaker will be Flying ..
It Did, So What? packing house by Constable Scar He declined to say If he her defense industries. By remaining Officer F. P. Lupton of the R. A. .

ftV Aeaato Hayhew ritavatrtek borough and officers from the steps.The planned. to take any Immediate neutral. Eire also protect .F, instructor stationed la Miami.

state attorney's and sheriffs offices England M the west'DeValera
I thought If that happened theHeavens revealed that I struggle bad vote on the redistricting "' who it prime minister
was two to one In favor of the SCREENOUTContinued
would fall. taken place In the office of the and not president of Eire,
It did, but the sun shone right on, packing house Blood was found motion made by Russell Hand. protested the landing of Amerlc.ntrooPiln
Mr. Turner, who It chairman of
after all on the floor and on a small wrecking Ireland In order to stress ( from Page One)
The atari and the moon still hungup bar left behind by the assail the board, did not vote Irish neutrality and forestall black on the side toward the

la the sky ants. Three one-dollar bin also This district contains more precincts bombing of Eire, and as a protest ,ocean. Can are required to drive
And the fleecy white clouds 'gainst were found on the floor Indicating and more voters than doe against the artificial political division with parking light only when
the blue floated by. that Terry had been robbed any other school district In the of Eire. using Beach street and cause
Which all goes to show how microscopic county. The total number of of enslavementand maximum speed ...
and some of the money dtppped : "After TOO years :ways-and a
voters in District I la 21,131-011'
our worth by the robbers in theK'hsst* taxation by the British De- I limit of 40 miles aa hour I w enforced <
At Individuals existing upon this Money In the packing house ealh I more than the total number of I Valera and his follower are working by motorcycle policemen t
voters contained In DIstrict 4.
old earth.CURRENT drawer had not been for complete home rule in who offer the alternative of.

I probably due to the fact Ireland" night on the 1Mb floor of the J
robbers had felt the need IRELANDContinued Buddy Lindgren told of his experiences court house to those who are unable ,
ing a quick get-away last year when he attended to obey the screen-out rul... t

tacking and robbing Terry. I Boys' State at Tallahassee. In Fort Lauderdale, n.val.u.
( from Page One)
COMMENTBy Constable acaroorough: said that Sponsored by the American thorities were so dissatisfied with
Eire Island of In
an peace a seaof
AGNEW WELSH the wrecking bar was examinedfor Legion 230 boys were given a screen-out experiments that j
war, It bending over backwardto
and nightly blackout have been ordered -
fingerprints but no clear de- elected their own officers
maintain her neutrality, the
linlatlons could be found. No arrests ' week of intensive civics. They .
Tutees H.... ... warn. ._ have been made Rev. Michael Nixon, pastor of the
yet connection
4600"Y his "Conn.es. Heart Church of Home
at a.rlaam.ltlt with the
M. case
aer..t w
kfc ..(.torn, A_ __.to stead and a native of Kings County
'Mix* to A.._ w..... eta II. .. The body of Terry who had Ireland'. told members of the ElectSTANLEY
Put *....... rust n. I been a resident of Goulds for
Redland District Lions Club TUII-
New time bring new conditions' seven years, was tent last night day night 1
A Miami sign reads "Tires I I I by Turner Funeral Home to White -In 121 Ireland was divided MILLEDGE
Sulphur Springs Va, for services
Branded. Into if counties known as Eire
and burial It was accompaniedby
with a dominion form of government 1
Mr and Mrs. James R. STATE
A recent birth report In Miami Terry and six counties controlledby
gave 40 boy and 3V girls a of Naranja, son and daughter-in- the English, he said. In these .
reversal of the accepted theory law of the dead man. Other survivors six counties are three bases which ATTORNEY

that more girls than boys are being are: the widow Bessie, of were held by the British until

born. Blame It on the climatewe ,,Lewisburg. W. Va, three other' 1SJ8 when they were returned to ,
blame everything else on 1"1,sons. Golden Terry of.Buchanan, Eire Now England wants tor vsrthese'

base split;; although they former Circuit Judge
This year mark the 123th I We've got Axis to grind. Buy art not vitally essential for mill 1

one of he life of the Harper &,I defense bonds and stamps. terry, purposes. t Eire:can not re- ? President Bade Coun ;

BtotherT publishing house, the .__ __ d __ ty Bar ,Association "
oldest of the kind la the U. 8 ; tars.t .
They began publishing Harper's PHONE 530-J Former1 Resident 1
magazine lit 1889 and the weekly:i '
of Redland
even year later. The Utter was; The Welding Shop 1 J

mad tamout by Thomas Nest's' J
cartoons lampooning Boss Tweed 1, (At rear e4 f.. & Mr Service MaOee* J

and Tammany HalL To. mark i for servile on all kinds of Hear Him Speak
the annlverary Harped art offering -
$121,00 for the manuscript electric and acetylene welding and Over mODloncl'a1.

of the best non-fiction book.I MACHINE SHOP WORK I
,e '
j J. D. Hatclifft ..tol'1."Th. Bite Ntf job too bI,. Bring a* your troubles Each ) 7:15 P. M.

of Death", In Collier (March II) i Each Friday 7:20 A. M.
I* aa amazing revelation of the Mgrv (Folltlral AirartlMUi M4. fcr t frWWIDOH'T
ravage of typhus In Europe. Typhus I
} .
he explains, must not be!. -.--.
confused with typhoid, and It It I,
7 largely contracted from body lice.I

One writer asserts It hat killed I
< more people than any other dis

ease. Europe, where the poverty
stricken, bathlest masse, with I WASTE FERTILIZER
low resistance' to disease, must '

pile on clothing to keep warm
and never change, Is a rich field
for the disease. Poland seems' .h:. .

harden hit, with deaths runningto .
400 a day. Conditions are such .
the writer asserts, that dead bodies : ,.
are cast into the street for

disposal by the police. I ., \
i ' ft'" ., .
t '
The Miami branch of the fed-' ', : : IF TILE WEATHER IS DRY, .j

ehil unemployment bureau reK -: .th.

port 14,187 application on file I : :
( an Increase ot nearly 1,000 over' DONT WAIT TO IRRIGATE; OR
the situation last year. The big : 1
demand over the country la for f : :

skilled machinist and Mitml's I "IF THE WEATHER
twining hair not been along '" .. ... ', ...

.line.. t I 1 .' :. _. .
Snobbery la the pride of those .
who tie not sure ot their podttl.nr8erton ::- :,...;; .. .. 11
Bnier, J',.,::..-' ,. If ON. Df HALF ANDFlorirEast AMY
,\ : . '
: ' ;.

AfTtT FOE YOC : : A 'm E.As'CJnEN. .: '

'1$. Driver? AT Llttrut 11

Justice of Peace Office Coast Fertilizer Co.

OM FWiewt S fldliHOMISTEA0 ;

- ItA. Telephone 16 FRANK a RUE, Manager Homestead, Fla. '

Opea frem I a. aa. W I tx ae.

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4 Friday, April 10, 19-t2 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pare Five

Ga Joanne DOXM ha returnedto 3. L Roister Mr. and Mrs. Harvey: Mrs. Augusta Myr has returned
the Scott home after a week's Rohrer and family of Homestead I to her tons home In Godeffroy I
stay in South Miami. Mr. and Mr*. Wm. McCuIlough N. Y.. after spending seven I
'i Around and children of Redland and Mrs.I months with her daughter Mrs. '
Corp. Earl Rohrer left Tuesdayfor Harold Rohrer and children. (Continued on Page Seven) :
FLee Meridian, Ml a, after a ten
day visit with his parents Mr.
and Mrs. John Rohrer
Mr. and Mrs. R L. Sinclair and i 4
< Mr. and Mrs. A. L Sinclair of:
I moved Dr. R. J. ELLIOTT I
Birmingham into the Fred
H Lehman left Tuesday children who have been in Homestead i : 1.
1' for Dixon. IIL, to spend a month since January, I Henn cottage on South
t visiting blf father Clayton Itt TMiss I Monday. Broadwa'i CHIKOntACfOBMcCrery : .

Lehman. Mrs. Helen Hackler of Lois Behrens, Miss All I Mr. and Lin. Henry Arcade ItonntoaJ f .
Miami is spending the week with Ferguson, Geo. N. Wakefleld and John ZelUr and O. Blschoff of
, JIM Lehman. E R Blackburn of Homestead Miami enjoyed picnic to Mstheoa -I ,now has office hove. follows

High School faculty ,are attendIng Hammock Thursday. ,
t Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Batchelor the Florida Education Association -: 9:30 A.M.bl2w
who have been visiting Mr. and convention la Tamp this Tuesday guests at the Zeller
Mrs. a t. tdwards, Mn. Batch week. home were' Mr. and Mrs. Herman J 2.-00 to 6UK P. it.tvealegs \ i I

sloes brother-in-law and sister, Kammerer ot Miami and Mrs. C. 1111 ...:t .
..ntaneit ffcoo IU."
Wilkins of Hackenaack, N. J. ay MP
left Wednesday for their homein Mrs. Claude Dalgle and son
Akron a Claude Frederick, born last weekm f. B Lelntnger visited Mr. and
the hospital,will be returned to Mrs. B. Cazzolo of Little River

Dr Francis and Dr. Emma B. the Dalgle home in Goulds the Sunday.: ....................................................................... '
Tucker who have spent several last of the week.FLORIDA. _
month in Orlando arrived Tues _. ____ UmUU The Rev and Mrs. W. E. Row-
;' day for a visit with Dr. Emma CITY ell left Monday for Fort Lauderdale j The DINNER BELL inc. j ,1
Tucker's brother-in-law and sister I where Mr. Rowell will con-
Mr. and Mrs. 1. M.: Molt arty. By warrens Severy duct evangelistic service for the 4
The Tuckers returned last year next ten days. 145 N. E. FIRST STREET, MIAMI FLA. : ",

from China. Mr. and Mrs. Desmond (
Ralph Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Severy and
and Fred Brockett will leave DINNERS ::4
daughter Joan of Miami! visited
Miss Wilma Thompson Of MiI- Tuesday for their home in North
ml Is spending a week with her Haven, Conn. They will .ccom-I Sunday at the home of Mr. and } Soup, Salad, Choice of Meat or Fish, 35 p J

parents Mr and Mrs. :Wallet pany George Todd who goes to. Mn. W. W. Severy. 9 Potatoes, Vegetables, Dessert, Hot v i

Thompson. Hartford. I. At a family party at the home : Biscuits and Rolls, Coffe, or Tea. i
of Mr. and Mn. John Rohrer Sun.
ROM Belts who has a civil service Mrs. R. E. Scott returned Thursday day were: Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Open 11:00: A. M. to I:30 P.,M. :

position as an aircraft mechanic from I short stay In Tifton, Rohrer of Miami Mr. and Mrs. ..........r.............................................................1 1 v
at Eglln Field Florida, arrived -
last night for a four-da
. visit with his mother Mn. Albert -
; F. EelU.Mrt .

Robert Cauzena has gone
to Cherry: Point, N. C, to Join
Staff Sit. Cauzens. She was accompanied -
by Mrs. J. E. Cauzens let your light S0 shine Wort men
who will spend ten-d., vacation -
atfa" .
In Cherry Point with her son that tlita man set your good '
and daughter-in-law. UATtHt <..UBufWrtt 1'
Mri. Virginia Zdwsrds spent the art Wt all.00A onto hi own cnoosinf. The 7

Easter holidays with her sort and light ot right I* clearly charted and bid 'oat foBo*. '

daugliUr-ln-Uw, Mf. and MMWitt. 'r' Ldt GULF LIFE funds invested for th protection c/ their f k
._ B. EdwaBdiy at their, borne = -:} yeat
iii, Wintr Park. polj y-boldsrs *ontril t *r d larger pert to the Growth ant

-- if Prosperity ot th* Sontlu
,_Mrs. Virgil Lyon left bit night 1
tew'IIIlt-With her, mother In Tour dollar ia douUl Any a GULF UTS'uinic

Georgetown,' S: c She plan to_
return about
Carl Wagner, principal of" Red. -
land schools; left yesterday forTampa
to attend the Florida Edit
cation Association convention. UPS UP
i p
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Anderson of
Karanja left Friday for Dublin, i
Ga. where they will spend the / !!
summer. \ In !
l1 1 Ili, i //1 1li
Mrs. J. D. Bedd, Mrs Wm. Mus.
selwhite, Mrs. Gordon Ivey and li ;ttti tits isSWHE 1W 1111 $ !iii tut ?I !ILN ae1

Mrs. E. H. Collier attended the 1 1 I! MU new
state convention of music clubs It
the Hollywood Beach Hotel in '
Hollywood Wednesday.Miss This factual picture of sound management here records

t for the aggressive, progressive business of this
Myrtle Moon had her ton. 11 you
Ill removed In the James Archer Southern Institution

Smith Hospital Saturday.Mr. TOUT TOMOI10

and Mrs. Chas. Pratt have Th Tint order of basinae" Great lessons of experience
as guests Miss Gertrude Dwyer of is the win.incof this war. have taught that through W.Evtr'ona'Jlnut *
New York City who arrived this
work with Insurance, tomorrows
week and Miss Either Rivlngton
of Samia Ontario. increasing vigor to achieve can be best mad secure anl
f the inevitable VICTORY. your loved one beet protect<< *!.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry; Schamano,
who have spent the winter, In TIUTf-FIIST AIIIAL JTATfHElT, limfir IfJKI

Homestead left' Sunday to make assosaes. &......&.ITIII

their home In Key West. \ . r I NRaL a =:'::= : a aaurr N
\ =,,:,at, 0- $111 Nu.M
-d Nina Dyal re- . ... ..
Mines Iva OWN wens Leh Irmo ed aw,1. e -
_._......... . sa1Amtoa1s.y.y..n ____u..... ,,-
turned to DeLand Monday to resume . . ,... etoo"oo'.t _,_. . ...-
their1 studies at Stetson \ ) .err a.-....-. ,.1 scene,
University/ after spending theweekend t"' ..... =:: :. . ; OLM: :1

with their parents, Mr. i=:::a. := arrrr.v'"aw&Siaiwn" .: :' : : : a '
:. tad Mrs. E. J. Dyal.Mr ___. .
. -,, ." ,..- .. IJ .. .. ........ ..J' -...-....
.'and Mrs. Curtis,Anderson .... __ oil ........ ... ''-" t,....,..,tI'
left Wednesday to spend aereral SLIMe . .. '""'w......-. "'. _. I' .
month* In Dublin,.C?.. - .... -- -

H.'.D4"Mrs. Louis Dalgle of. s'r :.:.1r"e:
Aladdin City left Monday for w..1. .
Marion Conn. toss r : r
.. 1 Is
1 Mr. and Mrs. E. B.:Lyons and You we tsdal sad err.J a Jets see greet and growls# loftIt it
faulty hare jooved from South
Allapattah Gardens to Miami
""-- ... n. tight Thai Guides You
Mr. and Mrs. Remit Salter and
children who spent the winter In Safety Through,
Goulds left this week for States
fcoro Ga. .
M. Rhodes arrived this,
Pot town. Pa, to spend a See atai TOOAY teewitew Is a*eMM to* MsfP [d.ti.wd tin
with Mrs. Rhodes and their

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Pace Six i .' ,} HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, April 10, 1942


II' '. . Social Events in South Dade .. .ft m !i



-- Mrs. Burley Dendy has been
made general chairman of the annual -
The engagement of Miss Geraldine noted In the Easter decoration A. L. Campbell was elected school 4-H clubs presented a skit
dance be
spring to given by
Anna Reitz, daughter of Mri. I two bunnies dressed *i bride and the Junior Woman's Club of president of the Redland P. T. A. showing the part they are playing
bridegroom surveying gay little In national defense. Those
Albert F Kelt/ to Theodora Homestead In the Chamber of at the annual meeting of the organization taking
Easter candies that formed the Jane
part were: Thompson, Margaret
August Oldendort, ion of Mn. O. I Commerce building Saturday !
"- Wednesday night in the
words "In April". Gaby, Miriam Holmes, Catherine
R. Oldendorf, was announced Friday night, April 18. The appointmentwas
and the school auditorium. Mrs. Charles Thompson, Elsie Sprlngfels,
Hearts ,rummy were
the made at
night at a party given at a meeting of the
Hennlngton was elected first vice- Dorothy Sinner, Vera Lunn,
games of the evening.An
Reitz home on Northwest Third. club held Monday night In the
president; Mrs. W. H Turner Lou Harris Gloria
and second Sage, Valdes
street. Mm Reitz if society editor taster sandwich course clubhouse. It was decided that
vice-president; Mr :Frank MacKay, Martha Black, Geraldine
of the Homestead Leader and punch were served. the painting of the latticework
Q. Hathaway, treasurer Mrs Douberly, Bonnie Williams.
EnterprtM. Mr. Oldendort U an The guests were: Mr. and Mrs, around the center of the Chamberof ;
Margaret Otis, secretary and Mils Amelia RuUke, Ethel Mikel and
engineer at the municipal light R. E. Sherard, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Commerce building will be
Sue Robinson, corresponding Evelyn Walker. Sponsors of the
and water plant. Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. Olin started next Tuesday evening so sec
retary. Mrs. Herman Heinlein Miss Bertha Mill Haus-
The guests were apprised of Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin that It will be completed In time group are
presided.In man and Mr*. Clarence Gray.
the coming marriage when they McGarrah. for the dance.
observance of national 4-H Cookies and punch were served
Other dance chairmen appointedwere week, the elemen'ary and high after the meeting.
MRS. J. F. HAMMETT IS MADE PRESIDENTOF : publicity, Mrs Roberta
I Home; decorations, Mrs.
HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. FOff'1942-43 Wynn; tickets, Mrs.Augustus F. B.- METHODIST CHOIR TO BE Mrs. C. Hsgler Rice presented

Greene; refreshments, Mr*. W. W. HONORED AT SUPPER program on "Women'* Work In

M.... J. F. Hammett was elected headquarters the club's fund, Allan; and orchestra, Miss Pearl Plans for a party 'honoring the Church". Mrs. I. P. McLean

president of the Homestead B. P. raised for the purpose, had been Whltaker. members of the Homestead Methodist sang a polo.Present .

W. C.'at the annual meeting held used. Equipment for the home, nursing Church: choir 'were made ata were: Mrs. J. D. Redd,

Monday evening in Die sewing Mn Katz reported that ten classes sponsored by the club meeting of the W. S. C. S of Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg, Mrs. O.
room of the South Dade Red Hialeah B P. W. C. members will was offered by various members the church Tuesday afternoon In L. Showalter, Mrs. A S. Moye,

Cross unit sponsored by the club. be guests at the pot-luck dinnerto of the club.Hostessea. the church. The party will be In Mrs Vivan Booth Mrs. B. M.

Mrs. Herbert Katz was made first be held at her home Apr 20 appointed for the the form of a fellowship supper Hindman Mrs. C. D. Eaker, Mrs.

vice-president; Mn Cina Stewart, All old members of the Homestead Joint Installation of the Junior I April 22 In the Sunday school Harry Pierce, Mrs. J. L. Ballard,

aecond vice-president; Mrs. Mae club ore Invited to attend Club and the Woman' Club of building, and all members of the Mn. J\ A. McNeill, Mn. Dan

Morris. recording secretary; Mrs. but each Is asked to get In touch Homestead are Mrs. Ansel Bar. : church are Invited. Mrs. B. M. Williams Mn Leslie Ditter, Mn.

Virgil Lynn, corresponding secretary with Mrs. Katz. row, Mrs. Stanley Witlkop and Hindman, presided. David Williams, Mrs. Ferguson,
; and M.... B. A. Waldln, treas. Eight members were present:: Mrs. Allan. A mission study course on Mrs. Rice, Mrs. Capllnger. Mn.
tirer Mrs. Charles Camp Mrs. Roy "Christian Roots Casper Williams, Mrs. Brown,
... Democracy"will
A report sent In by 1\1.... B. A. I Chandler, Mrs. Chas. Clinton, --- ---- be given April 28 and May Mrs. Davis, Mrs. McLean, Mrs.

Tlbbita defense chairman end Mrs Ben Archer, Mrs. Katz, Mrs. The Calendar I 12, announced A. Ferguson Ranson, Mrs. Field and Miss Jen-
head of the unit. stated that 1111 I Lyon, Mrs Morris and Mrs. Stewart mission ::dYT. chairman. nie Lobdell.
hours of sewing had been completed I
Two lessons will be
I given on each
In February and 613 In 1---- SPONSORS GIVE GROUP

March, and that since suppliesare HOMESTEAD P. T. A. day.Mr PARTY AND BREAKFASTI
no loner'allabl.. from' TO ELECT OFFICERS Ceo. Hanson, spiritual life I G. A. of the First Baptist
l'I and Auxiliary. chairman, appointed a* committeeto Church of Homestead a slumber
The annual of the Homestead
I Apr. 1S-Annuaal meeting); of work with her during the year party April 2 at the home of
GARDEN CLUB HEARS P. T. A. will ,be held neeWednesday
homestead P. T. A. Mrs. Casper Williams, Mrs. H. L one of its sponsors, Mr*. J. Lee
ABOUT RUBBER PLANT afternoon at the school Apr. IS-Annual spring dance Brown, Mrs. E. S. Capllnger, Mrs. Smith. On the following morning -
> An article on the plant ,uaI auditorium. Officer will be Installed .
(31 given by Junior Woman' Club In Sam J. Davis, Mrs. Lloyd Field, Mrs. R. E Edward and M...
yule, from rubber, can be In May. Chamber Mn. Ferguson, Min'Helen Livingston :
a.w of Commerce building. Smith gave a waffle breakfast for
derived read by Mn. J. H.: Miss Mary McNelll
20 and
Apr. -Garden Club meeting the girl*.
Derbyshire at a meeting of the MUSIC CLUB TO MEET at home of Mrs. tHiai. Pratt. Mill Antoinette More, Present besides hostesses

South Dade Garden Club Monday AT ENGLISH KOMI I Apr.; 20-Monday Music Club Mn. Ferguson was named delegate -I Miss Virginia .Stewart, France were:
at the home of Mrs. W. K. Haas The
meeting of the MondayMusic
meeting at home of Mrs. J. W. to the annual conference to Rutland Mabel Ruth Pope, June
where Mn. Haas ) Mrs. Goldie
are Dub will be held April 20
I English. be held at the White Temple I Vann, Ann Shackleford and Eve-
McCready served nostesse The .
as Instead of on the regular meeting 20
Apr. Church
-Pot-luck dinner of B. In Miami April 13-13. lyn Sullivan.
plant can be grown successfully In date, April 13, Mrs. E. H. Collier, !"hW" C. at. Avocado Lodge at
Florida Texas and California, It
president announces. The meetIng v:30 O'clock.
was stated. will I be held at the home of I Apr. 21-Installation of officer <>.! Vou,. pRUCi'STORE
Mrs.. M. M. Black read an article I Mrs. J. W. English, and Mr*. English of Woman's Club of the Redlands.
en birds, and Mrs H. J. Brocket Mrs. E. L. Lawrence and Mrs. I Apr. 22- Fellowship
I made report ten billboards along J. Tom Vann will be hostesses honoring member of Homestead I

the highway. Members answered Methodist choir In Sunday school
roll call by naming their favorite EPISCOPAL GROUP building

flower. GIVES EGO HUNT Apr. 23-Dorcas Class party in
Mrs. Black was winner in a Members of the primary department city park.

flower contest.Sandwiches of the St. John's Episcopal ACT. 24-Meeting of Redland HAVE YOU A
cake and Easter Church were given an Easter egg tome Demonstration Club.

eggs were served. hunt Monday afternoon by the Apr. 27_Meeting of Homestead
Present were: Mrs. H. M. officers and teachers of the department Art Club at home of Mrs. E. L. ONLY the best Is
Brown Mrs. Annie R. Butler, Mrs. at the home of Mrs.Geo. Stream on Silver Palm drive west good enough for j
Ben Young Mrs. N. G. Ball Mrs. N. Wakefleld. of Cooper road. tables. Thais why

J. A. Ricks, Mn. R. J. Shepherd, After hunting egg and playing Apr. 28-Lions carnival In Den. Dr. Difoe chose Pun
Mrs. Joe Camps, M..... Elberta games the children were treatedto Hit C.J Liver Oil 'e .

Bute. Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Mn.H. chocolate bunnies and Ice r Fitl Ab.nb w GI.LnaodSarr4Noplafor. '

F. Potter. 1Irs.V, K. Walton, cream. c
the t
Mn. s. J. Lynch, Mrs. Fred Fucha, Children present were:. Joyce, Aod ihsl's Quiom.pleis.
Mn. Chas. Pratt. Mn. R. O. Des- Max why
and Bobby Rhode"uPntsy
mond, Mn. D. B. Snow Mrs. H. Shell, Inzell Roman, Norton Wake-J "N' where mothers choose erery these> C V8BY

O. CronwaU. Mrs. E. F, Ray, tin. field, Philip Relmert, Rebecca and and other KttaO Tutj j

& Ahlers. Mrs. H. M. Brownjr. Bobby Brown, John and Nicky etl-Q-1iI7 ,.,..". ",. --
Mrs. X. A.: Durrance. Mrs. Derbyshire Dendy, Dickie' Huff and Sally w 1

,I Mrs. Black, Mn. Brockett Hasting jJT

and the hostesses.NEIGHBORHOOD. The others present were: Mn. NHBSJ

c Max Rhode<.Mn. W. J. Cl%,
CLUB Mrs. John Roman 'UM tAt It

; HAS CASTER ECO HUNT Lehman Mrs.*Shell,,Ml** Virginia

An Easter egg hunt wait a feature H.... Miss 'Wave :Horton, Mis DA itBM vt* Ihanitaue/ & J Baby OIL
Charlotte and Barbara MMfcriMSj .,-, ...__....-._.$0c "anef 89c
i of the afternoon at a enacting Ceronima amhrai i. Cat

I of the Redland Neighborhood Club .Wakefleld. .S* Oak eommt"A& I Glycerine Suppositories ..._._____..;_:__ 25c

i j Wednesday at the the horn of Mn. .for Bottle Warmer ._....:....--.:.. _,,, $1.00
Mr'Home I'IieoW
J. A. r hunt ended Ian and : tbiprogram. '

I lit the room of Miss Eva Rothertoon Mr* 3*.A. 1'IIrMtUd J1 Baby Banks ..-.--____:.25c and .50c

who la confined to her bed. Mrs. Frank- Irwin also were JII'8tent. 1rmiqtw, Baby Blankets ___"._"_'..,;- -, 89c'
Mr E. .
1 W. Gaby,won a prize for
\t finding the moat egg*. Circle Three met yesterday afternoon .... Baby Bibs ..M... ..,, ...._._.__._.__.: .-_ 59c
011 ti..a..ah.rr.as
Mrs. Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper with Mr*. Howard John-I Wag" Crumb Catcher Bib _._____ 59cPyrexGraduated
talked Informally on her tra..1I.f ton and Circle Four met Tuesday

f, Game and contest* arranged by afternoon with Mrs J; R.' Cham- AUL@'SSEAUTYSALON Cup. ,..;..--:...;...;.... 98c

Mr Dorothy Gowdy were played bliss. Water Bottles ..__..-"t-"t _.. 15e

during Cake the sandwich afternoon. ..nd punch Among those-from Ad Astra Aa9bff0@4; Ie .eO.-.-..... Bottle Tonga L:! J 50e
go Werisse
were served. Chapter of the O. E S. who are Bottle Brushes __ 25e
t _
attending the grand convention of
W. 1C V. CIRCLES: HOLD the O. J:. S" In Miami this week Pyrex Bottles --__..__...3.:... 20e

rROGRAM! MEETINGS are: Mr. arid Mr*. Sam J. Davis I' .. Anti-Colic Nipples -_:._....--- for 21c
Circle One of the W. M. V. tof Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner. Mrs. J. W. ..
Dr. Leonard W. fluklaGLASSES Viosterol ........... .
the First Baptist Church Of Home- ngllsh, Mr*. A. R. Livingston _.__. .._ .-.. Sge

steed met Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Lloyd Deltx. Mrs. A. R. Mey- r

.t the home of Mrs. Dexter Home. barn, lira. Chas. Turner Mrs. Guide I .':. ., lack DIXIE D1RUG'j80b-a"rQ4 '

Mr.- Pet Morgan conducted the Joiner. Mrs Herbert Katz and J111 38. a F11110 0 ."-...OIl. reft .
devotional and Mrs. Gather Pick- Misses Either and! Helen Living ... r--

el'\d. Mrs., T. D. Plena, Mrs. Atom OQe> I I 0..t..e tt+- ....11IIII M aad lilt


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to-.;. ,FridaViUAt- ; ;__J_ _ _, __ ,_ J;__ __ _ HOMESTEAD_ J__. J __ ___LEADER_ .___ _HKTERPRISE_. .____ __. __ __ _j J__ __to.ti ito\ M' jsis i.to ito v> ..:.P!'g van0-I

*- l _', ' ... ,., 11ZRS.' aupertritendeni! : M t .' EdithTa'mWyn. Mgla,- ''Do"14 Start, :tltlolRa '

:' "FLORIDA"C1'IT' : Mrs. .Naomi Dana, Donald -, burn. Joseph Ferrari. and Jer*-

I- ,,SUrkv Alton ,Ealburn Joseph, dean Tsjmblya. .Others who,look GtASSIFIED ADS

I' .(Continued Prom Pag*.Five) Ferrara and Jeredeaq Tamblyn part In the program were: Lortnt ]] 1
also attended. The Miami young Odum, Genevieve and Beatrice
Idjth! Tamblyn. lit .Florida City. people provided a supper in theY ClIne, Charlotte Walker, Darius &ATE: I'Ine ,buMTttoo ID* BM; wbswjuent ln *rUrr '
Mr. Myer U'
was accompanied
tq Baldwin a.Units
M. C. A. park for aU visitors and Cart and Ray GoUattscheck. .
the train In Miami by Mrs. Tam; at the rally I .
blyn and'Mr Elisabeth Brooks

and Mrs. Naomi Dana. 14 New Alton Rayburn who has been
p' YorjofClty she was met by her boarding in Florida City nt the

c:, youngest son who' took her to his home of Mrs Naomi Dano left I The man hearing of a position LOANS TO MODERNIZE

home on Staten Island for a night Monday night for Georgia wherehe ,open in another city, wired the COOL, well-ventilated, furnished REPAIR AND REMODEL

;. and next day accompanied/ to will spend e week visiting relatives following message direct and collect -I 1-bedroom 'all-electric apart Grove, Residential and Business

Codeffroy tor a family reunion : ; ment. Hot water. Ideal for Property are available through
"Am on way to accept the position I
summer. Mrs.,Eva CollaSa, Bis. BROOKER LUMBER CO. INC
Little Betty Harden of Miami Children who received contestawards s'op deduct cost of this ,
has been visiting her greatgrand- I in the Free Methodist I gram from my first week i cayne Drive and Federal Highway Suggestions:

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Caves, Church Easter program were: ary." tel"j' Homestead., Modello. S minute to Add extra rooms or parches

since Monday. I Faye, Sara Grady and Kelly! He got the job.-Ex. New roof and other-repairs c
Convert garage Into apartment
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furnished .
; cottage
Charles Clinton come from Key Convert house Into duplex apt
Rear Free Methodist Parsonage
West to spend the week-end with '' MONTHLY PAYMENTS
i Florida City. (Pa24)
his family here. I $100 18 mo. repay $508 mo.

t $1000, 34 mo.-repay $31M mo.
Miss Ethel Pierce of Miami FOR SALE (0 ,"
$1000 nlo.-repay $2187: mo. -
spent the week-end at the homo U ERSiUNERAL $9000, 80 mo.-repay $10833 mOo
of Mr. and Mrs. E. Tlsdal STEEL, barrels, used cross tics ;
and GOO sacks lime. L, S. Spencer Loans Can Re SecuredTo
Mr. and l\rr-F'reet: Chapma O Navy Yard P. O. Box 828, Modernize and Repair
moved to South Miami Tuesday*,* Homestead. (alOtf) LEASED ba MORTGAGED

Mrs. Herman Petzotd was. takento I 20 four Ambulance Service FULL BRED cocker spaniel puppies PROPERTY

the Kendall hospital Friday for I 12 N. E. 10th i reet Phone Loan for NEW CONSTRUCTION

treatment of'-an Infected foot.. LADY ATTENDANT :aloe (alOtf) Commercial Buildings are alto

Mrs Harry Defiler and Mrs. Phone 270 Homestead, Fla: GUAVA JUICE for sale. J. H. available MENT PLAN on MONTHLY PAY
through Brooker
Dorothy Barker and son Charlie, Roberts, Waters' Barber Shop.
Lumber Co.Wayside .
left Saturday::. for .a visit in Key, (aS-17)) .
West Stands, Barns, Gasoline :

r-ACRE!: lime grove, 2 mile from Stations, Utility Bldtf, Tourist
Mr.and Tony Dl Pletro and bank bldg Can be bought on Cabins Real Estate Office, Garage,

sons, Fred and Rico,, left Monday j "Whatever the Make ..c Whatever the Mattel I terms. Mr*. M. A. Berger, Poultry Buildings and various I
for Boston after winter at the Krome sve. and 10th street i other Industrial and commercial

home of Mr. and Mrs Sam Tom (m27tf) I II buildings are eligible Inside or

... Buickcyc outside city limits.MONTHLY
I LIME, orange, tangelo and PAYMENTS

William Btrdsley left Monday I quat trees, all sizes Mrs. 1100, 18 mo.-repay $IM mo

,for Clintonvllle, Conn. : Camp, East Bayer drive.kum-I $1000, 38 mo.-repay $3194! mo.'

Guests at the-home of Mr. and ,' ( ) $2500, 38 mo. -repay $7989 mOo

Mrs. J. H. Simmons Sunday were: I FOR SALt 'ITopnai plants rit We alto have F. H. A. LOANS

Mrs Ida SUverman of Miami Mrs.i! rue trees and troplcat fruit It for New Homes payable monthlyover

Anne Bllberman and granddaughter season. Jungle Grove. RedUni 20-25
Shirley. Kaplan' of Brooklyn (CONSERVE YOUR CAR) road and Plumnwi drive. years.

N. Y, Mr. and Mrs H. Shafner '- -- We furnish Ideas, estimates, and

of Mt Vernon, Md, Ira Joel Sll-l I Service materials.
berman of ,Miami and Mrs. Myer I There Is no obligation In discussing -

Silvetman of Miami. Mr*. Ida + [ your needs with us Phone
I* designed to Insure the maximum usefulness and performance call. W '
Silverman or 11
remained for a one- gladly explain the
week visit. from attention.your automobile by giving 'It regular, carefully planned HOMECONES !(service.

J. W. Caves returned from Fort A special! kind of service designed for the time _,We BROOKER LUMBER CO.

Pierce after 'a ''ten-day business must conserve our eat because we are BO longer sure we can Phone 83 ran 485

r trip.Mr. gel new ones when w* want them. I I IPIRST I Homestead Fla.WANTED .

and Mrs:-Donald Sullivanand Ton lam over to .. the Job of remembering everythingyour .
ear needs done for lubrication, change of oil fuel !
children. Margaret and Donna -, I j TUTORING WANTED: nigh\ ,
filter cleaning, dutch lash check engine tuning tire switching,
Lou moved to Key West Sun- -I I school and grade school subject*, I
headlight Inspection oil filter renewal wheel bearing lubrication -
day. Mrs H J. Armstrong, A, B j
brake adjusting Inspection and filling of battery, !
Plummer drive
and Country
Mt. and Mrs. Richard Cockerel! checking of cooling System, and checking of master brake Club road

left Saturday' for Washington, cylinder. l
D.-:C. A C-T-C chart lists all these services-and more-and the NOTIC'I 01' I'IITII'TlON: Tft Meas A"
mileage at which they should be performed. We set up a And ax> homes should be (I'IIC'HILU.TIO"l OH ADOPTION or
Mr and Mrs Sam La and
Rocco record' for your car and the attentions given It; all guessworkand kept fully repaired NOTICE II HFRFMV TIVEN; that the nn.
sons left Monday for Hanlbal, to eliminated. .......... will D. the trod der cI A.II.18CS. t
trusting are
memory needed alteration shouldbe ..
N. Y. mt 1(1 HI a clock w.a" prtUHi
.o and m'v\r\ to Hononkto Worth W.
We call for your car regularly made and comfortable Tramnwll. zees r* tko. Judas ., trw Ilr. M
CapPella chorus'at Gospel for the i ell I.rart al Dnhj County. flo,..... or. I*
housing provided
Tabernacle In Miami by students service it regularly, bill you for a small hID ..b-nr. or rrfiml to art lo from family. oth.r Ju fM W tho Clrmill tmirt foe an
Greenville College of Green order .tnh.rssin9 tho adaptMa M tho
amount regularly-and that's all thereis ...... ....
ville Ill., was enjoyed recently by The ABC Monthly Payment ':'bar .1. or William AMYndrr_ Raft
h..9/ng hlo no to WU.
the following residents of Florida to it. Flan give home owners I Ham Alm..der II...... WiSmitiirfIHYIE .
Qy: Mrs:.Elizabeth Brooks. Mr*. UC'OIt I. 6II"RUOII'.
Naomi Daoo,_.Mn, Edith ,Tamblynand Your ear not only receives' the regular preventive car the opportunity to make A\Cor.*...*.In.rAncrrr.H.r. 1'.11110_. .
that put off major attention* as long a* possible, but you
needed and .
daughter Jeredean Genevieve every repair < to, IT. Apr I, 10, 141)NpTICIC
and' Beatrice ClIne, Darius get plenty of advance notice when such major operation are improvement and arrange
Baldwin, Donald! Stark, Alton about to become necessary and convenient TO TUB rmri IT rourr Poll AN
Raybum and Joseph Ferrara. plv M a callPRESTON easy ORDER AlTHORiriVa THIIlIOtI'.
monthly payment. TION OF ANN BAHRASB4 ..111111: ,
Beatrice Cline, 14, wasp speaker I I NOTICE: I* HFREBT: GIVEN that UwI
at the 'young 'people'* district/ B. BIRD MOTOR COMPAQ BROOKER LUMBER CO. t I rally In the Second FreeMethod- Do"to Cminlr. SUM, nl PlorM.*. Intel and
>lr D' the Ut. fcur ul April. A. R.
ist Church Office Lumber Hardware Sash Intent .. ...
of Miami last Friday Opposite Legion Tag S.IV or a m Uwrmflr
night O her* who attended from Door, Tool .J MM mar b. heard. to wr "r the
Florida. City and took' an active S. Krome Ave. at 5th Street Phone 18 (Phone M Homestead. Fla. l4m Dmt Cwrlty f UM fur ClmiU an Court ordrr In nit and_.1.tar.

part were Darius Baldwin Genevieve 1 I the >4oiiUf.. of Ann 80........ Rauh awino.
.. lor tho _.3..d.
Cline. tied She local Y. p.! C. killJOY all,,",. M. D.
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Dozen L. EGGl'lS."t .
_... for Pwcll"...n.I .
I Illor. 11. .., 27. Ap. I. 16. r9ta,

We Have An I
AIR rovmnoNitnKOf
Alu...... I to S P. MCklMr .
.". Ito A..I... ... par ,..
OF TIRESBOTH E>.. .,. file Ie II ,N r. M.A'nlwlu _
AMPL.-SUPPLY ?__--_ .... MM us

Venetian Skating: Kink

irts .. w. sun A.*. MMM


1 Agents for Firestone and Goodrich Tires
'Price Were Never Se Lew Plenty If Good Values

; "Let us supply your allotmentsr II. A. CAMERON


.. .: ,- .,Opposite Legion :Tag OfficeS 0..sal.* Odd rnW. Building :

KMme At Sth'Street Phone 18 '
'TeL Ne. 71 EstaMh>.. 128

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Eight _HOMESTEAD _LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, April 10, 1942

a.ld 4MtM who pre ftoeheI"I'' and dapM se -W .. Io owItIo who ... fr..kald.ra Iwildltif hi MM .....
|IB..GAUTIERJR LEGAL said son d @1410.001, r Maaid a* awkltWd taud ..n-'- with call Tau Srh.al District Mo. a ear Wit*.
masse "" bear date Mar 1. M a pored thai aide of .Marten IN WITNESS WHCREOr the said Tho
shall bow Interest at tao rate to which rater h r_ Iff la* aavmat Board of Points InJtrorttea of Dade _
MOTiri OF SPECIAL ...... aonala _...11'i .. prlMlaal o( MM koaaX So rat* ol r.- Coaaty.: Florida, ... eaoBed thin native tab
CANDIDATE FORLEGISLATURE FOB THE 1118I1AIIC. 4v ed Malt aM Ho d I,terms Us gone shall beer. the aateaklotb.eot messed aad published I andor Ha see
PRE Nil (. to .ldMud ar ... the 4e time d W bellies Perot* MBBB and Mal by and thronsV |tn
AID CENT. (4% .. add the prlMfetl Ifconof. d .w leedies aM the _. BoarotalT this Stw d., of Aorll. IMI
d $150.00 shall. due for voting tkoron and all otkr "lot=' flit BOARD OF PUBLIC Tf.STRUCT10M .
to hereto sires. 1. w the 5sullents aM as the tin la MM resolution ogauiMdTk Or-DADa: COUNTY .
U the tonaa, dlrortloatoot .........
fellow Wide poll at Mid will ava at FLORIDA
oortala rmlmlia M Map, I. 1046 and a like see I .'..... A. M. and *kow a* oadowa oa I' X Hy JAMES T.oporlntondrat .
FuUI Inotranlo of Pad : d aeb I. peas Mid data of hour. I. lass red at wkfokoaly ( and FOJf:
da Mind aad adopted
Jr. bnllir raNod InoliidlaB. I. IMI t M aid election dub 9 B. Giutler Poclal : rim
R. Miami sU ( '
io.r tore ly whose father was a plo- k alwd.r r tA.emteo M
mlabtratloo building oa : IC'0
'" Hal .. ad HAM es
Deer Mldent and former mayor at which a woraai wa TI, and MI May .. ten.
l potlal koad I'
of Miami, Is a candidate for the In f Ipoelal a Ta> .>.hool faroco o< Into claim. t* ...
Dad County, florlda, la : : nivtld* that MM bond Yea Vote for
Florida legislature from Dade : :; within M ran front the
the arol >loa* I
Count, subject to the May Democratic dat*. within th* tlaw to She Principal anuaala km-
:a4. forth i and It
la MM resolution ,
primaries H* is running .
RESOLVED: that the pre
in Group 1 to succeed George Z. ai weak follow twwIiHloa. "-.it k t u l I' koadi Mall ko used seater, F R.B.GAUTIEUR.For
tie .. ..
A RESOLUTION respective purposes h *
OF .
Holt, D.OWB circuit court
Mr. Gsutler Is M yean jUde'j COUNTY PUBLIC INSTRUCTION FLORIDA I, : bo'tV'D"that' a.-....

attended the public schools of Miami TO THE:ArcOMPU AMOUNT: 4JF THE':. j, and.lr.:: Iitr.: Ordered now Speciali that 44
and later attended Waihlngtonsnd FORTH IN A PETITION :i Dlatrlrt Mo I Dad County
: ,
ELECTORS WHO ARE i Tuoidar May lass In onvI
Lea University where be pre- MrMIDINb I I the Slat and Coonty Pro
pared to study law. Later, in RIDA) THE a DADK ( .loral... to.hour ko hold tat the*n holding MM Sal m j LegislatureGroup

Miami he worked In the legal department IAMB, SHALL RATt BEAR OF prloiarr lortlon aador UMI .
1 I, .. to daurmlM widths.
of Circuit Court Clerk THEREOF AND THE : i k* Mad kr Mid Ivorlal Ta
I. B. Leatherman's office and attended DATES ECTI FINDING OF PRINCIPAL AND ...Id No. the bond. provided 1

night school to complete THE NECESSITY FOB, ,, I{! 'r..rxolatlon.l.etor..0; Mid la Mid spatial tlortloa Tax e
Mi law course. H< pasted the AUTHORIZE THE I, NO. I who or* freeholders

Florida bar examination in 1(32 'T 0' AND ORDERING I I,1 "", of to MM or hall.....b..*..allow and tIw t* Sensible Government
and sine 1833 has been a member SCHOOL BOND DISTRICT OF AID .._ shall ba published" .am
for four .w.sal.e| work* prior ,
01 the law firm of Worley & COUNTY. FLORIDA. A of the' holdlai thereof la i Not
II. A D U41.WBEREA8 Merely a Pledge-
Cautler. then lu I, pahlbhW. la Mid dMrM H ,
loch aowapapor. o* publbhrdi" ,
'This is the first time Gautler presented the pMHIoa to of and William filM i. I, la i.::-r.'tl": "" la ail A' Necessity!
has sought public office and his R. Bird oad Frank L. Skill j i
RESOLVED that the foUl
...11'''' kMton who *.* -
will dotlirnaud
campaign stress the
necessityof an kmbr M woo
sensible savings and expenditures !- aids Mo.'1. within Dad Spatial, Tat :l for tn* bowleg at: aid lorilon., (POW PolitialAdv, rel.eseny "

of local and State govern- I the Sohool brasses Doctrine of No bad I W ky the.. ( ) ? Hall 11_..... Florida'

mint 10 that the tax burdens of of ...he Ik* arotoidl freeholders will.tote rowing aiullfUd In Nesters Couatr
from .,
these agencies may be reduced si ulwhwly lor* the lack :' Frorlnot V*. lilt
much si possible In order that the Walk ( Hall, Florid Cltr. Florida
will vote qualified lorton I
people may be better able to meet I I.) .Cooatractloii....... of of the aa .H... _hol...* _loll.. in County '
the ver-lncreaiinf demands of School And turntables : Precinct Mo. 114 ElectGEORGE

national taxation. I (k) R.ti"d_* High 5.1 ...RESOLVED..1...... kr the that law wtint of .........-.
"It Is only sound business to ..III.... ta the holding of Mid

avoid duplication In government (e) 'H ENet"a"'"..taro of a AM I > .,. connection..... Electors with afomald the Stat and and S. OKELL J
administrative costa," Dauber tons awe I the -
: .: U W used In the holdlni
said. "The state and counties must ont ochnol la motor the >of .. ... .hill ba substantially I.
recognize more than ever that (d) thhlnc Hoatlar.and realty equipping', .... '
there's a limit to local taxation.We Son. addition and ... 1
promt wheal" baildlnn SCHOOL DISTRICT No. I
must realize that decreased In aid Spatial Tax I COUNTT, FLORIDA Representative
automobile travel to Florida will I I No. It BOND ELECTION
(.) Purchase of Additional MAY I. \'lt 1
(adversely affect state .
revenues arlthla laid Special. Tax
and the next legislature Is going\, No. I. In loraUon ta I OFFICIAL: BALLOT.
.. Group 3
br the of said
to come face to face with the b' The "rd of '. Tax lekool District H. .
problem of solution-either Increate M Dade c..I1 Florida ..,. .......... Mm 6% _. Is
and $160,000 for the p.rpose of
taxation to take up this WHERtAS.: : After careful : additional': eeLool sots, Now Your Vpte and support ':tWill
financial slack, or effect sensible this Board .has awrtaln \' furnishing and ...Ippl.. Se
ttom was ...... or not law ) la the vMaar of B_....
economies in the present budget.I the duly 1 uallflod .- .i aluntbn of ..d. Mulpptnf
certainly do not believe there Is h.ldir* J wa* nald :: :::.': for Mfctorlai oraa Be AppreciatedPaid
Ten Hrhool District No. 5, and equipping of a
need for new taxation, even In WHEREAS After easeful .1./ .t _II... ropalra, altor.
face of this almost certain loss ....* and OMiraltatio I' ..., addition and oqalpawnl
taarhm' principal is sad Khool boUdlnaat
of revenue. I do believe that your Spatial Tai School District ; A6AIMST ONDf
INI legislature Is going to have Countr. Florida the .. .liiiiirfitrr'f ( Political Advertisement)
Fubll Imtrnetlon .f Dad
to study state expenditure da, and after oarafal study raaalatwn duly. ......
through of tko ilitl.. '
a microscope of sensible In Hid Special.T-a hool a
business practices and studiously Including, Ha praoiat housed
avoid the aad Probable fatal .. /
politician's syi- lion, thla Board hi of the
tern of 'Soak '.m again! d..aw1.4 that-- e Y"PI" I
'.natal for the Adequate
_Intense" at the' public f .

DR. lice A. BERGER and amid the am now district,Sw. =and=that for In 1M bonds It ,ad at We need him NOW-

RESOLVED ky The ...
Dentist Mtruetlon of Dado County -
the 4% hood of Mid '_
Dtetrfct No. I oJ. the. than !
First National Dank I Mm Dom of ho antkorfowd o. k*And iHiiod.. more ever

.","" ..,.a voto of a _
qualified *lortor* wh. ar*
Building owing In MM district ot th .
.hat pores a hotels sed red U at war to preserve our'oaemies who murder and rob
Office Hours 8: :'I RESOLVED I decency throughout their neighbor. who threaten our
aanM of MM koad. k* "
Opest Btwlna kr \ afflrautri tee of the the world. But victory would not civilisation by attempting to undermine -

its foundations of law and
mean much If we failed to protect

these two fundamentals of democracy Justice.

at home. The criminals who
Criminals will not coaso their.va
would destroy them must be pun
ished. ". against us merely because

r we are busy with a war of our own.

The criminals In Dade and Monroe Instead they will kills destroy and

Counties HAVE been punished while stool with renewed energy and Impudence .,

G. A. Worley has keen State ALtomey. U they can get away

They will continue to bo If with itsThat

I a-- he Is re-elected. His brilliant record

ha established. him as an able qualified Is why we need a p-ofaulODa

and inexorable prosecutor of do experienced State Attorney who

has PROVED his ability to 'ferret out i

and prosecute crimioals a manlike

for Delicious Home. G. A. Worley ftow more than

;.Youll like Tropical Cafe for fH.,. ever before.
1 f
IU tasty food, its pleasant at- Uf keep him on. he jobs f .

mosphere. Do come in soon. T tt -f'6 I ti


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