Title: The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00538
 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 17, 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: VID00538
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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Municipal Air Field to Become . :

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Lime Growers Ask Citrus (SOLDIERS MOVE INTO CAMP ,

Board to liseFund in South AS FINISHING TOUCHES ARE

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SEEK WARMER I To Any Type Blood Donors Needed Monday, APPLIED TO F. S. A. PROJECT

Replenish Supply for Burned WomanHope j

MARKETS( FORADVERTISING I U now held for the .... unteers who will donate blood to TIlE WEATHEROfficial l A task force composed of unit
of the 28th U. S. ,
covery of. Mrs. Beatrice Miller the bank to replenish the supply Infantry as-
who was critically burned early necessary for Mrs. Miller. Blood weather report of the signed among other duties ... ,!.

Saturady; morning In an attemptto of any specifIc'type Is not neces Subtropical Experiment Station I guarding the bridges.of the Oversea -
,i remove a truck from the burning sary.; Since the blood 1* reduced "Homestead, Florida Highway, took possession
garage of her dairy farm west to plasma, matching the Is DIM |IN...I t Ml*. ... I fell I
of Homestead However he la types April 0__, _.I\I 83 63 |121.871| I Tuesday of Camp Redland housing -
unnecessary; therefore,
; any per
AprUlO_1 82 <0 |298<| I project of the Farm Security i
1 A--e; ; being given the equivalent of, son may; make a blood donation
Lakeland (Special)- 11__1 83 '
April I | t
eight perion-to-perton tranifu.Uioni A bus will be Amlnlstratlon now In process of ,t
provided by 1''
Tor the first time In their historyFlorida' April I3___.I 14 I I 1
a day with blood Redd
to blood donor {f.
supplied transport to completion less then' one-fourth
Persian LIme __,__
growersz. the Dade April 13-. 82 I 96 130.021Aprllltjll |
by blood .
; County baak. the blood bank
; mil north of the
"raalftly leek to broadenthe I SI Homestead on
i o 0 | |110.041| I
A call hat been Issued for vol. Those who are willing to make
market for their product thliyearn donations April 13-,.-. _J 78 i 69 130-0810.19) Federal highway. In command
the are asked to In
't get
according to the Florida at-
touch with Mr. Redd i* Lieut-Col. John D. Frederick.
by telephoning
Commission which It
Toss charged
With handling the advertising and LINDGREN NEVPRESIDENT 44 or contacting him at Redd* RALLY SATURDAY I Homestead municipal air field .
sales ,Dry Cleaner has been turned over to the Cartp
A. -promotion, .-campaign.representing- thi: OF The fire started from a smudge Redland force for use **'. drill
lighted gasoline HOLDSPROMISE field and ground, CoL
lime grower composed of Luther' in an empty drum parade

Piowity Chandler,, Princeton Coulda chairman, Ivey; Futch Carl, DISTRICT C. OF C. barn in the to combination keep file off garage the cows.The and. OF IIOT MOMENTS I Frederick Among units said moving;yesterday. wa the

Lake Placid and Harvey Hender-I smudge had been put Out In detail that had been quartered In
ton, Winter Haven recommendedto I the drum, but unknown to Mr*.I wing o( the building and In tents
the citrus Commiulon yesterday A. w. Llndgren of Could was Miller the bottom of the drum The second official Democratic In the yard of the chamber of
; that the fund let aside for elected president of the Redland I had rutted and burned out and rally to be held in Homestead In commerce. The chamber' of commerce

lime promotion be used primarily District Chamber of Commerce bya I the sawdust floor had caught tire the present campaign will take building and ground wa
In 'Smouldering for hour, it broke I place Saturday; night In Legion I turned over to the bridge-guard
developing nearby southernmarkets
; board of directors chosen at the
where longer period of 'I (Continued. on Page Four) Park with all candidates who have leg detail early; In December except
y" weather tend annual meeting 'of the member- filed with the county; Democratic I for three week at fruit fe.-
warm to extend the I
ship Monday night I committee again scheduled to I (Continued on Page Four)
t. UM of lime over the greater part
[LOCAL BOARD TO apeak. The peaking will startat
of the year. This concentrated I Other officers are: Dr. Carl r.
7:30: with Mayor T. J. Harris asmaster
effort will be supported by kale ,Robinson, tint vlce-preiident; J. of ceremonies.The OFFICER ON WAY
promotion work in large northern R. Brook, second vice-president; ;PREPAREFOR4THREGISTRATION rally held here last Saturday .
center where Florida" Persian and Thoi. E. Kirby treaturer. The
lime have enjoyed volume other two directors on the seven- night was Interesting, but TO TAKE CHARGEOF

,. lumption for a number of ; con-I man board are Ceo. H. Fitzpatrickand tomorrow nlghfs oratory promises
to transcend
such M New York, Chicago, R. P. Barfield. anything witnessed BUMP BASE
in these for
part along
timore, Washington etc. Appointment of a paid executive
The fund for lime deferred With order number of the third year.
promotion secretary wa pending
this ;year amount to tome $7.000, the preparation of a budget bya draft since Monday; at the police Due to a conflicting rally; :at Lieut E. W-Southworth. U. S.
South Miami not all of the
of Homestead candidates
and fire station ,
and the I
sale promotion effort committee on which President I
o N., attached to the bureau of yard
scheduled to speak
: will be made to dove-tail with Llndgren appointed Mr. Brooks, Wm. J. Geronimo, chairman of appeared and docks has been ordered to
on Legion Park platformlast
Dad County Draft Board No. T,
4 the peak production month, beginning Mr. KIrby and Mr. Barfield. Perrlne to take charge of the construction
.; around July )9; and carrying The membership ,meeting wa said ;yesterday; that draft boards Saturday. of the navy's blimp bate,
,through till the middle of marked and have received notice to prepare!
by complete harmony; County Agent to Mail according to..n announcementmade
for registering men far the fourth
October.In the presence of many; new mem-
Wednesday by; Congressman
pointing out that this ,ear'* bers. A fiscal report wa made draft on April 27. Bond Pledge Blanks Pat Cannon.

crop 1* 23% to 40% larger than by Mr. Kirby the chamber' treai-, The fourth draft will affect men : Pledge blank for war bond Lieut. Southworth will come to

(Continued on Fag Four) j (Continued on Page Four) 18 inclusive to IB,; Inclusive therefore; and ill 45 men to between e4.1i and savings stamp will be mailed'i Perrlne from Quonsett Point It.

those ages will be requiredto out to.grower by the office of where he ha been In charge

: Bird's Charges Against Redd ResultIn register on April 27. County; Agent C. H. Steffanl as II.I naval construction.
I I Present plan are to use the a part of the county-wide campaign Contract for construction oftiangin

Fireman's Resignation From Store school houses and teacher In the now in progress, Mr. Steffanl barrack, storehouses and
: i iIi big registration task as In previous announced yesterday.Any ; other buildings to cost $3,173,000was
let last week and announced
; growers who are Inadvert
b registrations, Mr Geronimo
Mason Robert, storm center of ;;;;rally In Homestead last Saturday aid. antly; overlooked in the mailingof simultaneously with the announce
'\ charges against County; Commissioner but Redd referred to It and f the blanks may obtain them ment that Perrine had been selected
f' -, J. D. Redd by Preston B. branded It a "dastardly lie". I' by; calling at the county .,ent'l at the site ot the lighter-
i Bird made at a political rally; "I pay; him (Roberts) more Secretary to Outline office. than-alr station.
and tired at a meeting of the than the county; does, Redd said Farm Bureau ObjectsThe

commission Tuesday; i* no longer
A signed statement from Mason Ends Late Crop Shipments
employed a* manager of Mr. Roberts In the "Mail Box"i I, object and advantage of Downpour I
Redd' store In Homestead, it became appear the American Farm Bureau Federation
4 known ;yesterday. on page 4, I I will be explained In detail But Also Protects Groves From FiresThe

,: 5 A* of Tuesday night, lie returned Both Miami dally; newspaper:! aj a meeting in Neva King -.
,. to full time duty on his 24. carried full accounts of the heated I Cooper School auditorium next Homestead Ire.'* portion' At the same time, the Inundation

V >c hour-a-day; Job a* operator and. argument in the commission meet.,Wednesday at I p*. m. by Richard of the deluge that covered a large I of farm lands spelled the
custodian of the county fire unit bog over the charge Following Blackburn, national executive secretary I end of tomato shipment for a
' ..' stationed In Redland for the -' i* the account I' carried In the ; of the organization.The part of southeast Florida ;yesterday few grower who had late crop

.e cUon f grove and farm Ilnd..1 Miami Herald Wednesday; mom-I meeting win be under the ; was f 38 inches, according to I south of Florida City and had expected

.1, Sine. Jsn. S he had been employIng .I tag"A auspice of the recently organized'I the official weather bureau gaugeat I to be shipping until the
a substitute for daytime duty, ou\; batch of dirty linen spewed Dade I County Unit of the the Subtropical Experiment I middle of May. County Agricultural
-y he slid yesterday the boiling political pot I can Farm Bureau Station. Agent C H. Steffanl said

At a rally in another part of thee 1 I Tuesday, landing in the middle ota I I Music will be furnished Amerl"l; The downpour brought relief to, last night, however, that generally
county early last week Bird' county commission meeting to Wyrm'i; orchestra. A the perched grove sections, putout I speaking the chipping tea
<>" ?*" charged Redd with malfeasance,set tempers on edge"Commissioner I in charge of arranging the existing woods fire and removed son wa over before the rain
1 fa that the manager of his store I Lamar Paxsoni,!,Ing 1* composed of Frank , for some time to come th< tame, except for lat stuff In the
,.t wa on the county payroll at $14'I brought up the campaign charge ,Mrs. Wm. J. Krome, Geo. IL : likelihood of new ones -which Hialeah and Opa-Locka anik

a month' lot Com'i loner J D. Redd'j rpitrick., 3 R Brooks And Ceo hid been springing) up doll) ani 1 These crop were under water ..
'*. Bird did not repeat his charge at I (Continued on Pap Eight ,,cooper. I damaging "r 'meiiaun p,.ves yesterday he said.

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1. NORMAN HEADS Dr. Ruehle to Speak on New Fnugus ,
I Little Bird
Which Attacks Poinsettia J

I The Florida Horticultural; : Society I
Told Us
I which holds it annual meeting Local Club Hears
,l at West Palm Beach next By Ecuador
I Thursday, will hear a paper read ,
t Edward J. Norman: ;; wu elected by Dr. George D. Ruehle of Cesar D. Andrade of good r
Homew did a Job of weeping the week
commander of John O. SlUe stead on his discovery of Ecuador, j former
Post American Legion at annual -I plant disease that attacks polnsettias. the treasury for / for the big leap.
meeting Wednesday : lr, member of the South .

Legion Halt H. was advanced Dr. Ruehle, plant pathologist in.committee on know Camp RedUnd was built for !
from the office of first vice-com I'I't I charge of the Subtropical Experi- Rotary International, .
might vfronHer what use a battalion ot'
mander to niccced the outgoing ment Station, has named the fungus -I Homestead Rotary
, commander Lawrence Pope. i which causes the disease day on Pan big building labeled "Nursery '-and J
. Other officers were. elected at sphaceloma poinsettias because It Mr. Andrade was who hat charge of Jt might get a little \
, follows: first vlee- ommander, Dr. is a new type of the genus sphace'I his local Rotary Club young thing innocently asked "how 1
George D. Ruehle; second vice lorna years, district ,
. : commander, Joel J. Robinson;: The double red variety ot poinsettia -!:years and he Is a past II .
; i third vice-commander, Joe L. la particularly susceptibleto I dent of Rotary !
Scarborough; sergeant-at-arms, It, and while the white, pink has a son In the I i item used in the making of mo-
o Irving J. Lyon; chaplain, Joe Irwin and common red varieties and one' technic Institute and to ton. He went from office to office -
,t ; service officer, Wm. J. Ger- strain of the double red are apparently -II ters in school near telling his story, but no one
( onlmo. Immune to the disease, meeting of the'club ." I could direct him where to find
! The office of adjutant, which I It has been observed on a strainof Northrup, vocational ques-. : out what he wan'ed. Finally in '!
this year was made subject to appointment the single red. Iteacher.I! I the OPM labyrinths, an. official
J by the commander, will Lesions or cankers are formed paI gave him a sound clue.
, 1 be filled when the new commander on the canes attacked by the fungus .I Permanent ; leaf "I'll toil you what to do," he
takes office The post has been which is microscopic: When Wnen Eugene Field i said: "Go back to- Florida and
, held for many years by Mr. Certmlmo the canker completely encircles his newspaper column, write us a* letter. The messenger
\ In conjunction with the the stem, the canes lose their foliage i
he once made trip to In.the mail room will know whereto
i duties of finance officer. above the girdled area and : I
After a few days he on an send It"-Na'ion's Business.
( A supper attended Jointly by die back from the tip. money and borrowed : Y
Legion and Legion Auxiliary; Diseased plants should be cut friend. Some
+ members before their election I down to the ground Dr. Ruehle .friend 'arrived In
; meetings realized $22.50 for the said. The fungus can be controlled asked the writer for I Elect

I American Legion ward in the : with copper spray where I i "Oh, it slipped my
South Florida Crippled Children's plantings are not so extensive as MILLEDGESTATE
gized Field. "But I'll
t HOIIpltal.t to make the expense prohibitive. it tomorrow sure" I II
Hawaii Is believed to be the :
I The next day the
Japan Planned U. S. War : possible origin of the disease as nouncement appeared
In 19:13: It has been found on poinsettias column i
l Says Attorney :
there since Dr. Ruehle discovered I
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i Miami, Apr 16 (FNS)-Evidence It. Its transmission to Florida after some of his '
that the Japanese were could have been through plant \eatments."- '
planning their war with America'I Importations. I
as far back at 1933 In Indicated
United States. Later the foreign Circuit Judge
In a letter which James M. Car-
', office pre'ended that the Japanese APPLY FOR i
ion Miami attorney who was
i!policy was changed and the police President Dade Coun
touring Japan at the time, wro'eto i
were Instructed to arrest 1942 Drher's
his wife back home : any ty Bar Association
body who even said the Japanesewere
Remembering it, and finding'
i trying to prepare a defense j AT Former Residentof
that Mrs. Carson had saved it,
: against us, because 'America isJapan's
the attorney turned it over to the Justice of Peace Redland
I; best friend', That is the a
Miami Daily News. The letter
I official policy released the for-
shows clearly that Japan was preparing I Odd Fellows
ettn office and published In the
for an all-out war with I I newspapers. You can believe as HOMESTEAD Hear Him Speak
America and was preparing
people for It with practice much or as little of It as you Open from a. .... Over WIOD
ou's of her larger cities he'l I please. Anyway, I am living In
the middle of history"
In hla letter dated Aug 11, )
I"A 7:15 I 31.
Carson wrote "The last 48 hours I I .
have been most fascinating. In I 7:20 A. M.
the first place we couldn't land ELECT b
I tionmo.t Paid by a Friend \
at Yokohama the other night on _
account of aerial maneuvers over FRANK B.0114 I iD -.
that city and Tokyo. The Japanese -
army 1 11 training-not only toSTATE
the soldiers but the public for and Neighbors
warfare and the idea was to have
all lights put out it a given ,- t Elect
nal. Automobiles had dark cloths I
over their headlights, and streetlights
and lights I in buildings and HOROWITZto
homes were all extinguished."The l I i
bombs and an'l-alrcraft I
guns and rockets with planes I
roaring all over the place, gave' Group 1
all the illusions of war It Is the 1+ :

fint time in history such prtic:u* t" Advertisement)
has ever been held. It lasted for LEGISLATURE'I _
two nights and on one night I was in

in Tokyo.Yokohama and the next In !"

"When the plans were made It'' 4
was announced that the practice .r;

was for protection against .he-


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1 bomb and burning all the hair I more applicants another! class will
Classes Saved
ANECDOTES OF Welding 56 Sign Up
j off the head of the wireless e- as be started for the period from 8

rator. Called before the commanding a. ra. to IX noon-which will mean
After Defense Official Cuts Red
1 FLYING TOLD BY officer to explain his action Tape that the equipment In Homestead.
...' he knocked a radio oft the I -- will be utilized 24 hours I day,
i desk, to that worthy great dis Fears for the discontinuance Cf unemployed witj the Florida State Those Interested In becoming
gust the adult welding classes which Employment Service in Miami pupils of these adult classes in

I I I On Lupton's first bombing raida have been In progress In the vocational -I With 16 pupils composing a welding should contact Geo N.

Flying Officer T. G. Lupton, one parachute flair stuck and burned agriculture building of,|class, one class is already In progress Wakefield, vocational agriculture
f of four navigation Instructors In the plane with resulting excitement Homestead: High School faded Into'I from 6 p. m. to midnight Instructor of Homestead High
selected to train RAF cadets at but little damage. On thin air as 56 pupils registered another class will start today School, who has general supervision -
the University of Miami, displayed another occasion, they were forcedto Saturday and Monday with Bruce; with hours from midnight to 6 of the'classes and instructors -
keen turn back from a trip because Davis, state co-ordinator of defense -' a. m., and a third class will start and of the equipment prov
a sense of humor In
I his of engine trouble and on landing activities, who came here Monday with hours from 12 noon vided by the vocational department -
relating experiences as an
RAF bomber to the Redland District found1 six connecting rods sticking for the purpose. to 6 p. m. This leaves eight students of the Dade County schools
Lions Club Tuesday night through the cylinder walls. t Probably responsible for the of the 88 on the waitinglist )'s'em In co-operation with the
I Lupton has been here six large and timely enrollment was but as soon as there are eight federal government
Lupton, a native Londoner and
months. In that time he said he the red tape eliminated. Applicants '
former accountant, told of the recruiting -
had seen no evidences of strained I for the courses were permitted !
posters on the bases of
Anglo-American relations which to enroll directly with Mr. I
the lions in Trafalgar Suqnre
which impelled him to enlist m ,have recently been the subject of Davis at the Homestead City hall. 1, Sally Sanford
1938. After preliminary trainingin newspaper and magazine articles. whereas, before that, applicants
Many of the boys stationed here were first required to register
western England, he went into
have gotten sand in their shoes II''
the Royal Air Force and was sent
and have
1 to Scotland for advance training expressed their Inten- J''Z'I :z:T:;7T .
tion of coming back when the war SIS LANGFORD BUILDING PHONE S-SI54
It was there on New Year's Eve is over, Lupton said in concluding III S. E. First Street, Miami
I In '1941 that he made his first his talk. Our
parachute jump when his plane

developed motor trouble over Loch ,coming Boys in Service SpecialMother's
Ness, where monsters
sea were elected at the meeting next Tues
j/ reported a few years ago. For day night
i 1 some reason his parachute failed Advance information from other row-w-r-mr wry-31
| to open properly and when it fin. Lions clubs in Dade
County indicates !
ally did function, he was below that they all 'will be well Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vann received Day
four who a cablegram Sunday
t the men Jumped before
represented at the Redland Club'scarnival
him. The thing which made the their son, Pvt. James C. Vsnn, i
on night of 28
April Jr.; of the army air corps, telling 8 10 OILPAINTEDPHOTOGRAPH
greatest Impression on him as he x
at the Den in Silver Palm Chair-
; descended was the absolute quiet,I man Dick Kinard reported. his safe arrival in Australia. I I'I'ot
he said.
f Chicken pilau, prepared by i
Lieut Francis H. Fitzpatrick of
After landing he had difficulty
Lion Al Llndgren
In identifying himself to an old old pioneer according an the field artillery, left yesterday
I recipe, will be the
his duties after spendIng -
to resume
Scotch farmer.
Finally convinced
feature of the carnival, and there
Lupton was not an enemy, the will be many attractions to lure three days with his parents,
farmer took him to headquarters Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fl'zpotrlck. 39c
those who wish to try their skill
of the Fifth Camerons where a I and be amused. Tickets for the
New Year's celebration was in Ross Reitz who has a civil service
, ,supper may be purchased from
appointment as an aircraft
progress. During the meal he atej' I any member of the club.
the traditional haggis, for which, mechanic at Eglin Field, Fin, returned A.f S.00 VALVESatisfaction
he declares he still has a great to Fort Walton Monday
j' deal of repugnance. (Haggis Is a Meeting Hour Changed after visiting his mother for four guaranteed.

pudding made of the heart, liver By Home Nursing Class days. 4 proofs shown.
lights, etc., of a sheep or a calf
minced with suet, onions, oatmeal, The Red Cross home nurslni: the 55th annual meeting of the Only one to a person.

f etc., seasoned and boiled in the class, which meets on Friday evenings -, Florida State Horticultural Society Offer Not Restricted to Service Men-
stomach of the animaL) As the < In the clubhouse of thi I which will be held here April
evening progressed, he was pre- Woman's Club of Homestead, tonight -. 21-23. The tenth annual meeting Open te Any and All Persona

sented with a scantily clad cloth will start meeting at I I of the Krome Memorial Institute, BRING A COPY OF THIS AD WITH YOU IN
ing store dummy which later be- o'clock instead Of 7:30. The class,,, the fourth annual meeting of the
came his squadron mascot sponsored by the Junior Woman'sClub )I vegetable section of the horticultural ORDER TO GET THIS SPECIAL OFFER!

While Lupton participated 'in of Homestead, has been receiving , society and the Soil Science
bombing raids over various HOURS: I to II; Saturday I A. &t to I P. M.
many Its instruction from
German cities and In France, he James Nesbitt and Mrs. J. during
said the trivial Incidents stand Brooks,

out In his memory over the more The class has been provided ... -
Important ones. with beds to use in its demonstrations
As an example, he remembers through the courtesy ol
{ i gunner In his crew who was a Smith-Graves Furniture Co.
veritable bull in a china shop.
We need him NOW-
This gunner one morningput a Horticultural SocietyTo
row of bullet holes In one of the
hangars while testing his gun. Meet April 21-23
Given a very large pistol to signal I
to the ground crew that they West Palm Beach Apr. It, more than ever !
were ready to begin bombing I (FNS) Col. Bayard F. Floyd announced

practice, this same gunner shot It this week that program
off In..the plane, releasing a smoke arragements were complete for
enemies who murder and rob
AMERICA b at war to preserve our
decency throughout their neighbor who threaten our

the world. But victory would not civilization by attempting to undermine .

ElectGEORGE mean much U we failed to protect its foundation of law and

UMTM two fundamental oi democJude.*.

racy at home. The criminal who

S. OKELL would destroy them court be punUhed. Criminal will not cease their

:;. "war' against, u* merely bocaiuo
we are buy with a ward our own.

The criminal in Dade and Monroe Instead they will lilt dWroy and

I Counties HAVE been punished while tool with renewed energy and fees
Representative .
; G. 'A._ Worley ha bees Slat AIpadll1ce U they can got away

tomey. They win continue to bo if with illThat

GroupS he i* re-elected. His brilliant record
I why nod psafeocioaal
we a
ha established him at an ablo. qualified
experienced Sm Attorney who
'y Your Vote and support and Inexorable p, cutor el
ha PROVED his ability to ferret out

and '..-cul. criminal a man
Will Be Appreciated
K t; like G. A. WorUy- now. Were than
y ever before

(Paid Political Advertisement) Lefikeephiaonlhojobl

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The Welding ShopAt 1 i G. A. WORLEY .

( rear ef T. B. Bird Service Station)

for service on all kinds of

electric and acetylene welding and STATE ATTORNEYEleventh

MACHINE SHOP WORKNo Judicial Circuit

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grown sugar beet 140,000 ton of I[unit carries a tank of water. I retary such a* it has had duringthe offer from Mr. Canon to take'i
HOMESTEAD LEADERAND sugar and from our Southern cane Mrs. Miller and her fourteen part six months, and I would care of correspondence and rou",-'

r ENTERPRISE 408,000 ton*. The ton Of Imports !year-old daughter, Barbara, havebeen i like to tee us continue to employ i tine business without charge unWT
were a* follow: living at the dairy farm ont," he declared. j the budget committee' report U j

Cuba _._.___.__ 2.1118,000 alone Sheridan 1
since an only on, ready, The offer wa accepted, "'
11M 'ICBU-'"_..... .d A1411.UARJORIR Nominations in the election of .
Porto Rico993,000 ha been working at an aircraft
director by communities.The .
LIUCR ARCHER- Hawaii ....... ....u_ 903,000 factory in Miami for several '
-- a" Tree war I outgoing president Edward AIR FIELD
Philippine __ IMooOVIrln months. (
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Stillng, who ha been in ill health,
1 PuNI.W P.4-7, It is--.. /1.. bland.. 8,000 I declined nomination to the board. .
M IN IMdI teed. Publishing. C.esw.IUJSSCRIMON Other countries -. 100,000 LIME GROWERS (Continued from Page' One) "
Mr. Lindgren and Mr. Rue tried '
IATEUft The writer stated his belief that oval time when the detail movef
to decline because of of "
IIMoo CauttI' slit for 1942 the Philippine supply win I press temporarily into Legion Hall.
p..1 IIMoo events_ 51A. be cut off and the Hawaiian ..upul (Continued from Page One) other business and long service The 75-acre camp wa designe4" .
....... r .1..d .1..0 se2 a.t.w reduced while the last :r"1Mr.. Chandler stated respectively, but met with no lucces to house 187 families of hi
by half mllI'I. (
lets. .1 the anus at ) :lhat till the state of Florida Other re-elected ,,
:= rim" eve.. the ::: :: supply from Cub must be divided ( directors tory farm laborer It was easily ,
55..5 .. 1.7$. alone annually import more lemons were Klrby FItzpatrick and lor
with Ciuopean consumer adaptable an army camp, wl j"
than out total annual production Brook ,
housing capacity Increased by
I of limes". It i fen that with
Time a la ShakespeareBy A motion at the directors': meeting elimination of family living re4.
FROM OUR MAIL BOX reduced off-shore supplies from
to hire Secretary Carson on qulrement Erection of I watertower
the West Indies and other "I'
producing -
Annie Mayhew rntl Mck
a temporary basis while the and landscaping of grounds
Bill Shanpeare Mid time sped for MT STAND area, plus the fact that budget committee if studying the now in progress, are all that roe
tome for others It went slow beginning this :year Florida' lime financial capacity of the chamberfor I main to complete the project
But the thin that now li puzzling Editor Leader-Enterprise: crop will be governed by the tame the coming year, met with an which wa started last June.
me-the thing I want to know First I would like to answer Mr. rigid maturity law a* administered
Did Shakespeare hive I ton come Paxson' charge "people In Homestead by the Florida Citrus Com
home upon his tint furlough have been complaining tome mission on other Florida citrus

Time drifted along for many about the situation". Mr. fruits, Florida' larger, Juicier Per.
weeks-those few day went .o Paxton added It had been reported slan lime will go a long way this

fast the fire truck I* not keptat year toward broadening the PRESTON B. BIRDFor
We market for larger crop to come
hardly taw that furlough the store or nearby as had been '
when It went zipping past. in future seasons.
previously explained but 1* kept
I'd like tome good Shakespearean six or seven mile away.
4' dope on how to make time lait Now I would like to have this I LINDGRENContinued County Commissioner

understood, the fire unit line Its S'+
Inauguration has been stationed ( from Page One)
Not Even Movie MoneyThe near the Redland High School and urer for many yean who wan 5th District

$32000000 fought In the has never been changed, regardless I given a vote of thanks for the
of statement being made painstaking way in which' had :
1942 campaign which USO U to I r
launch on May 11 will provide now, or before, by misinformedpersons. performed his Important duties. ,
4,000,000 American service men I would also like to add Secretary Kit Carson gave a i
with club house and recreational that my pay by the county has I brief resume of the accomplish- ,
menta and activities of the cham-
equipment wherever they arc ita- averaged about 20 cent per hour
tioned. The campaign quota U which I think Is not a fair ber of commerce. Luther L. Honest "
$2000,000 less than Americans Mr. Paxson pays big w.a\\Chandler chairman of the agricultural "
borer more than that. committee of the Dad Fearless
spend on motion picture every 4rI:
eight dayi. Yet by buying things In answer to Mr. Crandon, I''County Defense Council, spoke In ,I.
to fortify the nation' fighting will say that Mr. Redd Is not hav-,appreciation of the co-operation Able
spirit It hat been stamped by 'ing me work In his tore at county and Initiative of the chamber in
leading psychologists as vital toAmerica' expense and I challenge him to'aiding the defense program. Especially Energetic
did he commend the "Buy
prove samep
ultimate victory. \
I now ask Mister Paxson, Cran- Dade Product slogan originatedby Efficient
INM/NNNNNMYNMNINNNNNN NNNNNNNN. don and Bird If this arrangementwas this organization."One .

CURRENTCOMMENT not satisfactory why wasn't super market chain In Chic-Minded

something said before the present Miami reported that inaugurationof I
time this slogan increased its tale

I also ask these gentlemen if'of Dade County produce 1200 per

By AGNEW WELSH they have ever heard any complaints cent," laid he, "all4" average increase -
by property owner In this in consumption of Dade
fire control district (* to my County product has been estl: lie stands for business administration ' r
. _
IU.trat. r. Webbn _
a. kit. ability and interest la their fire mated ct: high as 300 per cent" I
' :: 5 'w .::sent w at eeriness problems? He attention to the fact In county government and economy
kfc o. Address osM-1.
......". .. Agnew ....5. 141 K. M.Nik In closing I would like to say that the Redland District without
'''-. Mlwnl. r*. that since the inception of fire,ber of Commerce Cham-I impairment. of essential functions. r,

The Information bureau f'the control through Mr. Redd' support meeting at which the -

war production board can find no we have always made every movement for Persian IUCC.llfU'j

definite answer a* to what became effort to Improve the tervlce. The eting' legislation wa
of the more than eleven result I* that we new here the "The activities of this chamberof

million tons of scrap aluminum protection of a state fire tower at commerce, to be successful. require (Paid Political Ad..rUooa.ft,1"Gee )
fathered up over the land last no expense to this county, and the services of a paid see-

year. complete fire control. of Dodo
. County. tlh

Time was when the entire earth MASoN ROBERTS.

was a tropical climate. Rank tree Homestead, April 16, H4J. I whiz Mr. Jessap
growths of that period were later I ,

carbonized Into coal deposits. Siberia .

the mention of which make BLOOD DONORS a DOUBLE-DECKER i'
one shiver can furnish Russia. ,
according to the letter's claim,
(Continued from Page One)
more than a qulntllllon tons ofnature' ,.
Into flame shortly before 2 a. m.
great fuel
. Awakened by the crackling of the
flame, Mr*. Miller rushed out of
The war department I* con her house without wilting to put
trading for 31 million yards of on (hoc*. A small pick-up truck
cotton cloth for uniform from 88 and a IMO Ford were parked in ,' .
t mills of the South. That cloth, the garage, with the pick-up in
k laid out In a continuous stretch, the rear. .' .
would reach 20, 454 mll y-almost It wa while trying to save the '..1.1r
far enough to make a belt
mall truck that Mrs. Miller wa ...
d around the earth. burned.

P e e I Embers from the burning barn t

In speaking of governmental fell around and on her and her

agencies, represented by what Al feet were terribly burned a* she
Smith called "alphabetical aeup- walked over the red hot ashes.
Columnist McLemore say these' Abandoning hope of aivtuf the
have grown from 37 with 66,302: truck, she managed to get back

mployeea tea year ago to the outside the ,.ra...
present number of 28) with 207- A Turner ambulance took her

ail "white collar" worker to the James Archer Smith Hospital .
e e where the
we.given emergency
Collier says there are more treatment Later the wa
than alx-maybe Insx-iniUion taken to the county hospital at
tamp collector In the U. S. Two Kendall to be nearer to the blood
hundred seventy thousand of them bank.

professional!, are spending a* high Mason Roberta, -custodian and
aa ISO for a single specimen operator of the county fire unit In
e Redland, answered a call relayed
Pathfinder migaiine prints to him by the Homestead Ore nation

one Interesting fact regarding at > a. m, but the garage "(trao MB use and sable at BUry nickel: Arable Per twe nlcM.a day,about N or all A..ba.L
sugar, saying that lOG year ago :and barn had burned to the ground eTseker. Bat tkere'a another double-decker felonies operate light, radio gleaner' tauter,
our national consumption was but when he arrived. He reportedthat :yes seat ese-taevgh you enjoy It every BMoth.It1 ereoUtor. dock sad vaaaer.fl .
Bias pound per capita, whereas the building and It* content la TOOT' electric bilL4Ad foet cut tAe _... rile else** *4*.l jut a**** tAe
It Is now about 100 pounds per were a complete lost and were ...,.;. AMtefcU rate it poly afcwl _1.r..1 eWaWMft...fe Cu -' /
person for table use, beverage, tot covered by insurance. The enlist NM II peers.,*. How was dose BI reed hum*** uMge--
confections and Industrie Russia Homestead apparatus did not answer Te way not realize It,because yon bat more punt -/ gAo BctKm's .iMri. ....,...*.
VMS lest than half the amount we the call became there are electricity. Wall the rate were solar down

do. The article name our sources no fire well on or near the Mller yea were adding uefol new electric appliance. .
ef supply the figure being In dairy farm which It on Richard Right new, for I nickel day about M of all .f.dLM Mw '' rostrum
American famllle' light their hamea play lit*
short ton". In addilLa to these; road between Campbell drive
Imports we produced from native- and 'King* high war. The county, radios run their vacuum ceaaan. \._rr


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from Hague Fla. where they attended Henry Baum and Mrs. John Zel- dale and her daughter Rhoda *' ),
: the funeral of an aunt ler. Mr. and Mn. Baum and Mn. Jean were Saturday visitors of
Miss Llllle Robinson. Seller will leave Thursday for Mrs. E. I, Rhodes. ' ,
In and Jtround their summer home in Gutten- 'I''
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FLORIDA CITYBy burg N. J. Mrs. Herman Petigold U recov* '\ L1!
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I erin from a foot Infection. :!t7
: Warrens livery Ricky Becker left for Flamingo \\1\\
Homestead Sunday to spend several weeks I Mrs. Lloyd Delta attended the t : ,
I Iloin. I Mn. S. J. Busha of Buford, I
II with hit grandmother, Mrs. Selma 'Eastern Star convention In Miami ,
3a.. left Sunday after spending Mattson. last week. : ( ,
I the winter with her son-in-law :....- t

J. R. Brooks returned this 'sister, Mr. and Mn. J. J. L. PhIl- acd daughter, Mr. and Mn. Paul A. S. Rivers came from Miamito Mrs. William H. McLeod of
week tram Albemarle, N. C. lips, In Coral Gables before returning Haley. spend the week-end with his Miami arrived Sunday for a visit :
where she had been visiting her to her home In Anderson, family her. at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Let ':
parents, Mr. and Hit. L. O. NeaL .N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Jot Kupptrti left lie. Fonyth. J :y
by train for St Louis after
Neal returned with Mn. a
Mn. Mr. and Mn. O. M. Arbogast -
Brooks for a visit here. Mn. Willard Lewis spent the stay of several months at their left Monday for PhIladelphia.Mr. Mn. Alma Doxsee; of South (j:
'- week-end In Key West with Mr. ,home on Tenth street Miami was a Sunday visitor at w

Lieut and Mn. W.. L. Sawyer Lewis who If employed; In the and Mrs. Sal Barbagalloand the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. t ,.. i t
have u I guest Mrs. Sawyer naval yard there. J.B. Clonlnger was In the James children, Joseph and Evelyn, Scott, Sr.Betty !j
liter, Mn. John B. Korn of Chi Archer Smith Hospital from Saturday left Wednesday for their summer i
cago who arrived Jut week for Mrs. Chas. Camp had u guest till Monday because of a home In Fulton, N. Y. Harding ot Miami visiting
I vliit April B, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Mi- serious attack of sinus and throat at the home of Mr. and Mrs
,nott of Coconut Grove, Mn. Louise trouble. Mn. R. E. Scott, Sr. hat been R. Worley this week.
Grovuner Of Cleveland and ill tine Friday.B. .
and Mn. F. M. Hierohymusre '
Mr. Mrs. F. Ousley of Evanston 111 Mrs. H M. Degler returned Mr. and M.... J. Britton left
Mn. L. H. MaeDonald
entertaining I
Kanaaa sister - Sunday from a two-week stay In L. Freeman of West Virginia Sunday for New York City.
of City, a
Mr. and I Mr. and Mn. A. J. VanMarterleft Key West visited Thursday and Fri
of Mrt. Hleronymui.
their daughter, last week for their summer day at the home of Mr. and Mn. Mr. and Mn. J. S. Caves and
Mn. Hieronymus home In Ithaca, N. Y. Mr. and Mn. Frank McCray ol J. W. Freeman. Lanier Whitehead were Sunday
and Mn. MacDonald returned
Fnnna, West- ---- North Haven Coon, arrived Tuesday ,---- dinner guests of Mr. and Mn. J. .
Wednesday Key .
several 4a'l.Mr. Mn. Ralph Kingman will go by I for oao visit at the home olur. Mrs. P. A. Bowman of Hallen- W. Caves. '
when they spent plane to Orlando Tuesday to attend ana Mn. M. J. Brockett.Geo. ---
: an Episcopal state confer-I f
and Mn. Luther L. Chandler 'ence. Later she will visit Stet- H. Todd left Tuesday for ea,
take happiness In announcing :son University at DeLand where his home In Hartford. Conn. He ,
their adoption on April ( of a she was formerly a student was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
daughter which they have named Ralph Desmond and Fred H. \
Katharine. The baby was born I Sidney L. Kendrick Jr. of South Brockelt who were returning to I N \
March 23 'Miami had his tonsils removed In North Haven, Conn. j
the James Archer Smith Hospital : J
Dr. and Mn. Wreal LoU and yesterday. Mr. and Mn. Alex Thane of F .
Dr. and Mn. W. D. Wylle and Weehawken, N. J., and Mr. and ... + li t91 '
Infant ion, Ronnie were dinner Miss Cecelia Harper arrived by Mrs. Roland Young of Miami were r
guests of Dr. and Mn. E. Milton plane last night from Tallahassee Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mn.j r.
Andersen last Sunday. Dr. LoU where she if a student at Florida
if soils chemist and Dr. Wylie U State College for Women, to spend j _
entomologist of the U. S. Sugar I the week-end with her mother, ****** w u ,

Corporation at Clewlston. Mn. Chas. T. Harper ,, __ \

Mn. De' Vora Mackey accom- Mn. W. W. Bethea and daughter ..
panied by her brother, Harris Marilyn, returned last week HOW THE ..
Dellc, returned to their home In
Blackshear, Ga. after visiting READ THE WANT-ADS
their parents, Mr. and Mn. J. M. New War BUSES DAILYMIAMI (
Delk, In Redland. All CONDmOMIDIOL1.EI (
I t. I F. M.
Min Com Byram! who has been ''cww-: .. *...-. tit, ,I. ers.warws.sswa Conservation'Order
spending the winter with bet .e. ;
.ans. sea Us i
brother and
y sister-in-law Mr. and Venetian Skating Rink r. grater .aftllience, riama meter Lena new pre. \
visit Mr*. J another R. Byrum brother-in-law, left Sunday and to IJM a. W. nik Ave anal tides S round ripe daily between .......... and Miami '

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the War Production Board hat 53c ONI 99c TTRIIPD
limited replacements or additions

Repairs Financed Through.GMAC to existing telephone FLORIDA MOTOR LINES
plant equipment. Rectl.ad Hotel rb_ 0164 ;
As a result tome types of 1 1o

equipment and services normally

provided by the telephone -
Have your car put in perfect shapeto company will not be

get the most in riding comfort at available to civilians u here e kvi

!minimum cost. The order it expected to

late many thousands of tons

* ,. of vitally needed rubber, cop- SPECIAL
'per, zinc lead iron steel and

.We hare five,new tracks oa hand. other:Bell if scarce complying metals. Southern with the 27 In. :x 45 In. FELT BUGS

Get yours before.it.i. too late,. See ,us', order by doing its utmost In Brown -.Blue Green
every respect to achieve the de
for details .and-ve' will help you make- -: ''Fired results In saving materisli. $1.. each

application the truck board. Within the limitations Im Smith-Graves Furniture Co.
-'posed' by the order the Com-

f&nYand its more than 27,000 Phone 248-J homestead '
. ,
- .." men; ,and women will continuein
every possible way to furnish
you dependable efficient
We know that we may de- EDWARD STILING

pend upon your wholehearted

COMPANY cooperation.; *J REALTOR

HOMESTEAD FLORIDA Real Estate General Insurance .

Wrecker Serbs Day a** Mlf *
Southern Bell
and Telegraph Company; Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City Fla.

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II I. . IB Social Events. in' South ". Dade IS I



Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg was master of ceremonies In a quiz The lobby of the Chamber-cf this latticework will be entwined

elected president of the Home.;I program Commerce building where tho bougainvlllea and other flowering

tend Parent-Teacher Association! W. R. Bird spoke on the comIng dances of the Junior Woman vines to give the effect of an
I .t a meeting Wednesday afternoon school board election and Club enclosed garden.
of Homestead
are held has
in the Neva King Cooper ,urged all members to vote. The latticework was painted
School auditorium. Mri. Auburn Attendance awards were won been transformed by; a garden Tuesday and Thursday; nights under -

Bellinger was elected tint vice- by Coach Rudolph Gossman's seventh setting for the annual spring dance the direction of Mrs. Augustus -

I president; Mrs. Olin Wright second grade boys and Mn. Edna which the club will give tomorrow Wynn decorations chairman.Her .
vice-president; Mrs. C..1. Thurman' second grade room. night. Officers stationed at amateur painters were: Mrs
For man. secretary: and !'>frl. A. Camp Redland will be honor T. J. Walker Mrs. Burley Dendy,

W. Hutchinson treasurer. guests. A dance will be givenat Mn. Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick, Mrs.
In a short Pan-American program NUTRITION SPECIALIST' a later date for the enlisted Fletcher: Bryant Mrs. Alton
I presented by the Spanish men of the camp. Home Mrs. Wm. Lounsbury, Mrs.
clan of the high school Mm Miss Anna Mae Sikes, exten. The dancing will begin at 10 James L. Bird, Mrs. F. B. Greene
lion nutritionist, will speak on o'clock and last until 2. At midnight '
Mary Ellen Dealing lang two and Miss Geraldine Reitz.
l tongs, one in Spanish and one In proper feeding of the family during eight passes to the next Door keepers will be: Mrs.
war times and give nutrition dance of the club will be
English and Norman Emit waiAUXILIARY given Roberta Harrison Mrs. Bruce En-
demonstrations at a meeting away as door prizes. A nine- nls, Mrs. Olin Wright, Mn. Dendy; ,
to be held at 1:30: o'clock todayIn
J piece orchestra from Miami will
Miss Birdie Horne and Miss Reitz.
the Neva King Cooper School
f TO BE HELD TOMORROW: furnish the music.In Mn. Greene will be at the ticket
I I co-operation! with the Chamber window. In charge of refreshments *
Plum for a rummage tale to be AU who are interested are Invited of Commerce, the club has will be Mr. and Mrs. W.
held tomorrow In the old post office to attend.. The meeting is BURLEY DENDYw.NNNwNNww.NNNNNNwNwNNNNNNNNN.N. I I had latticework erected to screen W. Allan.

building were made at a sponsored by the home demonstration 'the entrances of the exhibit Mrs. Dendy ii general chairmanof
meeting of the Woman's Auxiliaryof clubs of Homestead Red. i wings* of the building. Over the dance.
St. John's Episcopal Church land and Princeton. The Calendar
Frld.iy at the home of Mri A. II. I
Singleton The sale will begin at
10 o'clock. MISS ESTIIER LIVINGSTON 18-Annual spring dance ON HOUSEHOLD PESTS W. McVlcker. Mrs. J. L. Murray -

Plans for summer luncheons NOW GRAND CIIPLAINMiss given by Junior Woman's Club In How to get rid ot household'I Mn. Roy Wittenwyler Mrs.

were dltcutscd. Esther Livingston of Chamber of Commerce building pests was the theme of a talk by R. L. Hobson Mn. Walter Peter-

Present were: the Rev. and Mil Homestead, member of Ad Astra Apr. 18-Episcopal Auxiliary Miss Eunice Grady, county home son, Mrs Ray Schneider, Mrs.
W H K Pendleton, Mrs. W. J. Chapter of the O. E. S. and past rummage sale in old post office demonstration alien at a martins I W. W. Beth'a. Mrs. L. C. Smith.
grand matron of the chapter, was of the Princeton Home Mrs. Sam Murphy
Clark Mi>- Frank Hausmnn Mrs. building Demonstration I Mrs C. A.
made grand chaplain of the O. E. Club Friday at the home Bryant Mrs. John Coldren Mrs.Henderson .
W. K. Haas, Mrs. Henry Johnson S. of Apr. 20-Garden Club meeting I I
during the state convention
of Miss Jean Coldren. Miss Grady and Miss
Mrs. John Julian Mrs.
Ralph of the order in Miami at home of Mrs. Chas. Pratt. I
Kingmnu Mrs. I The decided to hold Coldren.
Lee H.
Lehman group a
last week. The appointment was Apr. 20-Monday Music Club
Mrs. Ruth L. Scott Mri Howard work meeting Friday, April 21, to I
announced at a luncheon at the meeting at home of Mn. J. W. ;
Schafl Mrs. Ruth Johnson' make club tags for county achlve- The W. S. C. circles of Home
Columbus Hotel given In honorof English.
Mrs. Roman and Mrs. Singleton. ment day; observance In Odd Fellows I stead Methodist Church will meet
Mrs. Mamie Lander, right Apr 20-Pot-luck dinner of B.
Hall in Miami on April 30. 'Tuesday afternoon. The Bella
worthy grand conductress. Mrs. P. W. C. at Avocado Lodge at '
JOINT Miss Bennett Circle will meet at.the
INSTALLATIONTO Frances Kelsling of Jacksonville 030: o'clock.Apr. Grady urged mothers to
BE HELD APRIL 30 grand matron, made the appointment watch for announcement of a preschool home of Mrs. J. A. McNeill; the
Installation of officers Perle Davis Circle, at the homeof
The Installation round-up for. children between
dinner of theWoman's
of Woman's Club of the Redlands. the Mn. Geo. Smith; the Marian
ages of six months and
Club of Homestead
I ) Junior Woman's Club of Homestead and Among those attending! the state Apr. 22-Fellowship supper six ;years at_which dlptherla and Fleilas Circle, at 'the home of
convention of the O. E. S. in honoring members of Homestead Mn. Geo. Hanson and
the Out-
small pox innoculatlons will be ;
I will be held April 30 at Miami
I the Bamboo I from Naranja Chapterwere Methodist choir in Sunday school given. look Circle, at the home of Miss
Tavern. Mrs. Sydney : Mrs. Frank Walker, Mrs. building The hostess Allis Ferguson.
L. Weintraub pineapple
of Miami
past president Chas. Behrens Mrs. Olin Edwards
of the Dade County Federation Apr. 22-Meeting of W. S. C. S. sherbet cookies and limeade
Mri. Walter Peterson, Mrs READ THE WANT-ADS
circles. Present
of were: Mrs. Riusel
Women's Clubs, will be Tom .
Chapman, Mrs. O. W. Dr!,.
Installing officer.Reservations gen Mrs. W. W. Bethea, Mrs.'A. Apr. 23-Presbyterian Auxiliary 1

may be made with C. Albright, Mrs. Robert Bell, Mn. meeting at home of Mn. C.
Mrs. Stanley Wittkop.PRESBYTERIAN Walter Thompson Mn. John Ben Plummer. I

Brown, Mn. Mildred Scott. Mitt Apr 23-Dorcas Class party In / t

AUXILIARYTO Lucille Driggeri and Miss Mar. city park. 1 t

HOLD RUMMAGE SALE garet Albright Apr. 24-Meeting of Redland

i The Woman' Auxiliary of the Home Demonstration Club. I It
Homestead Club who Mt* taaVK ftVMCf *rrKR **
Presbyterian Church meet weekly to paint Apr. 24-Work meeting of
decided on April to hold a rummage In the clubs studio In )Mn. D. G. Princeton Home Demonstration r

j. sale In Goulds within the Spellman's home. The gifts were Club at home of Mrs. W. W. J

next few weeks. The budget for presented as a still life arrangement Bethea. Jack DIXIE, DRUG Howard r
the year was presentted and ac- Apr. 27- Meeting of HomesteadArt Polk '" Johdsoa t

cepted. Ice cream and waters were Club at home of Mn. E. L. tI
t Mn. J. M. Holferty Wit In served by Mn. Stlllman. and M.... Stream on Silver Palm drive west Phones |a tad till

charge of the Bible study period. Ben Archer. of Cooper road. ]

Present were: Mrs. Joel J. RobInson Present were: Mn. Webb Mn. Apr. 28-Lions carnival Den.
I; Mrs. Carl T. Robinson, Mrs. Maud E. Chandler Mrs. B. E. Oat- I:'
I M. M. Black Dn. J. M. Higgins, tin, Mrs. H. A. Ekber,. Mrs. Alva : Apr. Installation dinner ofWoman's 1Pi4 GE-?

I Mrs. A. F. Darling, Mrs. Glen R Crouse, Mrs. Ralph Xlngman Club and Junior'Worn.an ICE CREAM a.
; Bute, Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle, Mrs. Mrs. Spellman, Mrs. Archer and s Club at Bamboo Tavern.

; J. C. Ely, Mn N. Von Oeldren Jane Spellman. Mrs. W. R. Anderson May 1-Meeting of Episcopal tasty Here's way the te simple ret' ,that delightful extra0NnCOMPOUND MADE FRESH :
Mrs. Chas Behrens, Mrs. J. A. and Mrs. Jesse Coesman Auxiliary home of Mn.' J. G.. supply of alkalisingminerals l '.

lUcks, Mrs. T. L. Hodges Mrs. .sent gifts.Other Roman. when need DAILY IN 'OUR c.'

!} Plummet- and Mrs Holferty. groups have given show. May 28-Poppy day .sale.ALICE'S .ed. Jest try CE 1nmmer .-

The next meeting will be hold en for Mrs. Webb recently Yeull like orwinter.It. STORE 11'1

lAoall S3 at the home of Mrs. C.. i or sot 5'7.a rr1 sf,
s.n. Plummet.8HOVIERS Ill
Mrs. Ceo. K. Wakefleld Mn Nwm

Carl Aodedson. Mrs. Russell
: ARE GIVE Mamma and Mrs. W. If Bathe
FOR MRS. FRANK'WEBB attended the home demonstration "
Mrs. frank Webb was showered t 11tMJe.thI
council meeting in Miami Tues a
with gifts at a luncheon given in 'day
her honor Saturday by Mrs. Bevo Get relief f rent 1s-
,Webb. comfort of sore aching
"'\ .
j muscles, due te
Coven were laid for: Mrs. Ju. AnnouncementDR. IAQS/A l yaetfreer- / over-exercise, strain. m
Han H Webster Mrs. Frank Hauu ete. Also relief for

man, Mrs. John Wltchard, M". sagreeable Itching and irritation
) W. E. Rheney Mrs. Lee H. Lehman R. S. SPICKARD taste.. and Get of .... .'* foot.

: Mrs. Howard Johnson Mn. and M .1aIIi Q--of.-qu/ll. V XIXRU8ASPIRIN I
\ bowline., with r
W. B. Mills Mrs. J. R. Rutland, DR. C. C. RAY I 1Iea_. _Iboct . -. 9a lea's 's e fit Sal 750 '-
Mn. M. N. Fain, Mrs. John Andrew ,I 101-0 1abIe1 wooK, es"- -
Webb find the honor
are new aaaewUle with
i .AM'"

'i and Mn.hostess.T. J. Faust arid Mrs. C. J.ij I I 1uretii6t". "ra/flt II 1Ulli'/IN

Parman sent gifts. |j j DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST d1wrnniquLAloe TABLETS Need Iron for pep? Get the

Mrs. Webb was given a 'ur11ee .J. Dependable, benefits ti.bo yeast and
Aspirin inn in Ubkts. Great
shower Friday by fellow ,
for relief as adiets build-up aid In
011 11 .Mr
painters of the Homestead Art rw-a wawa of the discomfort lacking Vita-
Office natural
t a. as to 8
p. *
I of aches, and pains I ,resins BAG or Iron. .
1" Sundays: 0 U IS BeAUTY of colds simple I Iheadaches YEAST .
f Dr. Leonard W. &8k) etc' '1.49c .
Closed and IRON
I GLASSESee.e.ad. Saturdays SALON rousts

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F""" ... ......... ., ITU N. W. scrn ST. MIAMI .... ........ ,4.,,I Of 100 :590
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..4 &......4 &... 'I Social Events M0101k I I'

STUDENT Carl DAY Alexander IS SUCCESSBy /I I RATE: First Insertion 104 51 a t lice line j subsequent Insertion

School acMvltles were carried on t

very successfully Tuesday, Apr. 7, I MRS. M. A. BERGER IS NEW PRESIDENT FOR RENT LOANS o
Student Day. The school ran
smoothly throughout the day and I OF OF HOMESTEAD :,
there were few cases of mil. :
; very Mn. M. A. Berger was elected|land City. Inquire Mn Hunter, Telephone Grove, Residential and Business
behavior.Most Mrs. F. M. Hieronymus
president of the Woman's Auxiliary -, offing (a17tp Property are available through
of the atudent teachers
honored at a dessert bridge party BROOKER LUMBER CO.. INC.
of John Q Post of the '
were strict In' their authority. Salley ; SHED ,
II given Monday by.Mrs Hieronymus house Mn. Irene Suggestions:
They were even more strict than American Legion at a meeting at her home.Mrs. Shanklin. Florida City. (pa24) Add extra rooms or porches
the regular teachers. They gave held Wednesday evening in Legion: .
Adrian Jacobs will give a New roof and other repairs
out tiff assignment and regular ONE-ROOM furnished cottage
hall after a covered-dish supper I small party In honor of Mrs MacDonald Convert garage Into apartment
homework and maintained strict!I Rear Free Methodist Parsonage
order. I''enjoyed by Legionnaires! and auxiliary today. Florida City, (Pal4) Convert house Into duplex apt
Fred Hobart, president of tho: members and their families.,
01 1 $100 II $5.98
mo repay mo ;
student body, ai principal, carried'out ': Other officers elected were: 'FOR SALE
j HONORS MRS. SKILL $1000, 38 mo.-repay 13184 mo. ,
his duties Miss Ruth Fox
satisfactorily; and I vice-president I
learned ) lot about the duties Of i Mrs. Edw Norman, secretary; Mrs. Frank L. Skill was hon. STEEL barrels, used cross licit $1000, 80 mo.-rrpay $2167 mo.
a principal j Mrs Frank B. Rue, treasurer ored on her birthday anniversary I and 600 sacks lime. L S. Spencer I3AQO, 60 mo.--repay $108.33 mOo' y

Kathleen Freeman, secretary ofi Mrs. Jesse Cowman, historian yesterday with a luncheon and Navy Yard, ('. O. Box 62t. Loans Can Be SecuredTo
the Student Council acting a* of-!;and Mrs. H. H. Ewing, chaplain.The handkerchief shower given by Homestead. (slot) I Modernize and Repair 4t
flee secretary for the day, was; auxiliary decided to hold Mrs. C. J. Parman at her home LEASED OR MORTGAGED
very busy. She knows now the,;its poppy day sale on May 26, the for members of the Rain or Shine FULL BRED cocker spaniel puppies t :
I 12 N. E. 10th reet Phone
headaches Mrs. Watson has every day of the second primary.
9106 (alOtf) I
day. | /Loans for :
VISITOR 19 HONOREDAT The Homestead B. W. C. will of Commercial also
The Student Day program wast I P. GUAVA JUICE for sale. J. H. Buildings are
valuable to those taking part because TWO PARTIES I entertain members of the Hialeah Roberts, Waters' Barber Shop. |I available on MONTHLY PAYMENT .
it taught lessons Jn administration I Mrs L. H. MacDonald of Kan- B. P. W. C. at a pot-luck dinner (a3-lT PLAN through Brooker
and leadership I sas City who it visiting her at Avocado Lodge Monday at 6:30 Lumber Co.Wayalde .

Teachers liked It because they brother-in-law and sister, Mr. o'clock. 5-ACRE lime grove, 2 miles from I Stands., Barns, Gasoline > ;I
not only had a "vacation .but bank bid,. Can be bought on Stations, Utility Bid,., Tourist
taw unseen qualities in some of terms. Mrs. W A. Berger, Cabins, Real Estate Office, Garage,
the students. They saw that I Krome ave. and 10th street Poultry Buildings, and various
some s'udenta: had qualities of Whatever the MakeMiatevrr the Model (m27U) I other Industrial and commercial t
leadership that they had never realized buildings are eligible Inside or
before. LIME, orange, tangelo and kum- outside city limits.MONTHLY .
Buick I quat trees, all sites Mrs Chas. I
Next year we hope to have evena PAYMENTS.
East Bauer drive.
better day than thl<. We hopeto $100 18 mo.-repay $393! mo.
correct the mistakes of this i (mh20-a3) | $1000, 38 mo.-repay U I.lt mo.

one and add tome features that "UK bALl!. -. j'ropfial plants, i.It. $2300. 38 ma.-repay $7985 mo.
will help to make it CCmYMC : and fruit Ueason. I
more success rus tree troplcat We ,
'I I also have F. II. A LOANS
ful. Jungle Grove, Bedlam'road for Now Homes payable monthly
Among the others taking partIn I and Plummet drive. 'over 20-25 years !
the leadersh'p activities ,on .
Tuesday were Carl Alexander, ( ) We furnish deas, estimates and
dean of boys, and Wava Horon; materials
dean of Ilrlt.GET Service I II ; ; There is no obligation in discuss I

,ng jour needs with u< Phoneor
21-POINT RAISE HDMECOMES call We'll gladly explain the
Every boy that helped on the designed lo Insure the' maximum usefulness and performancefrom service
B-17 Boeing Bomber models war your automobile by giving It regular, carefully planned I I
Riven a 21-point raise by Mr. Rice. attention.A .
,Phone 61 Box 41$
Tb.< planes! were a great success, special kind of service designed for the times. \\t .
and were undoubtedly some of the most censure ear ear became we are no longer sure we can Homestead Fill.

best turned put by the schoojs.TOURVAMENT get new ones when we want them. I I I WANTEDWAITRESS

: CONTINUES I You turn ever to n. the Job of remembering everythingyour I

The badmin'on tournament will ear needs done for 1&-IlIbrleatlon. change of oil, fuel wanted for year
continue for two weeks. A keen filter cleaning, t'utch lash check engine tuning, tire switching, -.round posl'ion Mutt be dependable ,
headlight Inspection oil filter wheel lubrication lIRST ,
spirit of competition (a being bu'lt renewal bearings Apply Collins Smith,
up among the rival groups. The brake adjusting Inspection and filling of battery, Bamboo Tavern. (pall
checking of rooting system, and checking of master brake S
students are using their class pa- cylinder. WILL BUY 10 -o 50 arres of south
rlods and this gives them extri' And ao hornet should be I Dade County land from the )
time for playing as well as A C-Y-C chart lists all these service*-and more-and the
prac- mileage at which they should be performed. \\. art up a kept fully repaired owner direct. I am more In- r

tice.An archery tournament Is being! record for your car and the attentions given itt all guesswork needed alteration shouldbe land tererted than In In the the buildings quality of Must the

held In Miami Sunday. April 12 and trusting to memory are eliminated. made and comfortable) be
cheap for cash Address
Several Homestead gills will be housing provided for the I Box A-139 I
competing. Regular afternoon' We call for your car regularly, Homestead Lead.'rEnterprise.
family. (a24)
practices are being held. service it regularly, bill you for a small I
The physical education department The ABC Monthly Payment TUTORING WANTED: M&' !
amount regularly-and all thereis
Is glad to receive some more Plan now give homo owner : school and grade school subjects ,
new equipment. This. Includes to it. f the opportunity to make Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A 0* t
balls, bad, nets, etc. I riummer drive and Country I
I Your car not only receives the regular preventive care 1 very needed repair and Club road
BAND TO PLAY AT FESTIVAL 'that puts off major attentions as long as) possible, but yon I improvement and arranges 1
Homestead High School BandIs get plenty of advance notice when such major operations are and convenient
planning to attend the, music about to become necessary easy ,
and speech festival a' Miami Edison I. Give! us a call.PRESTON monthly payments. GLASSES

12. This'SenIor festival High In School some respects on May, BROOKER LUMBER CO. r -To Keep

Is taking the place of the state I B. BIRD MOTOR COMPANY Lumber Hardware, Sash Wide.i Awake.
contest in DeLand. canceled because -
of the war Opposite Legion Tag Office } Doors, Tool
The band will Rive a 13 or 20 Phone 62 homestead Fla i
minute coneer', Charles Steffnnl S. Krome Ate. at 5th Street Phone 18 t

student director, took charge of
I \
the band Student Day.
on -- ---- '-
Denlas.. and (.Mew dw b ere I II
Nreie sun be b.M.ied. at.,...
hue blp.dAwwads keep daft

.r Dr. B.'F. StcbbinsDr. !

ppiinOF' I : L. AV. Stebbins

AMPLE s TIRESBOTH IZ35 W Phone Flat ter'-UISI' SI. MUml


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Agents for Firestone and Goodrich Tires I'
I Prices Were Never So Lew-Plenty of Good Values

Let us supply your allotments I If. I II. A. CAMERONREAL '


Opposite Legion Opposite Odd FeU_'. Building

Krome at 5th Street Phone IS
r hat TeL No. 11 Established: It2lII".r

inifMM"i.i 'it';'*r vr'iiitffi' )itit { .
,If ,II'; I .i""A..Jij! ll.tlutl'Jlllil i1itliiretiil,: telltiJUtiIllt// .!? ILI ," ....... .. . "t IIrt"

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Pane Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, April 17 1942

It's the Delivery i la Gold ',,Dial Tarn School District for In this. ...,..u... la sow missiles. a, Dada C.G.t' F1oew., low 4 I.t0. .
BIRD CHARGESContinued M*. lPurduaa only ojaalUlad ataatora of Sold. Mpaclal Tax .Gma d 111,001 for the :.;: ofpwchaaln
Trying to give a friend a deflnltlon .I (a) of additional. achavt akaawHMai School District Na.' e wh* ara ...- additional ...... sites: ao*.
of "orator)"", a negro said: aald Spaalal Tax Buhail District ahall ka modeled M or afc.ll h* allowed to atnatlna, of. "*..1olo... and aajaiaplnp aa
1'.. .. la loaattofia to ha datarailaadhr oto.. "ottaaat saw daatioa and the ..1__ ta the vkinam at Bomaataad
( from Page One) "If you say black am white, dare the Umum tt eau dhartat and haling. ...4 ...... be P.blimkd ass Hark Bohaoll altaraUoa of and **apalapnaaat .
foolish. But If black am hr The Board at Paella Instruction web week for tow possessive waaka prior ,Kymnnalum for aafMartai araa.
that Mason Robert
opponent was you say at Dada County, FkrUaiaad M th* data of the ..Idl... ......., .taawapapar a tics fwratohlMr sad aantppiiul of %
managing Redd'i itore at Homestead white, an' boilers like a bull, an' published la say dlatrlrt If now : :'naaloml battier. ropalra. altara.far .
pounds de table with both fists WHEREAS Iftar rarafat lanatlntloll.Ihla three M, web wwapapar oa pvbltobrdlothatwh t-. _..... ...._ see equipment
while the ,
on county
pay Board .has aaaartalaad that said .... Inj a aawapapar published la all preset school. kalldlni..t
roll at $145 a month ai a Ire patrolman dalj jt alaetora who are fna.oldara FURTHER RESOLVED that the MIoo.taw .
within now tyaalal k* and an bush designated aa vo*.
r "Jumping to Redd'i defense LEGAL NOTICES Tax School. District Iio. Si and lac plaoaa for the holding at sold n ., The aforaaaM revolution duly paused
Commissioner Hugh Peter replied WHEREAS, after careful InwaHntlol.d'kca I""" Vl and adoptad a* afe sapid to herewith
NOTIC-B Or SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL aad aoaaalutlaai with th* 1 ( Cltr Hall. -._. florida emote to k* publbbad. la coanaMlaa with
that R. B. Dice, fire patrol DISTRICT No.' S BOND ELECTION 1 machete prlaclpala and tmataaa "In at which will wow ...11''W atoetan and aa part of this motion of .laetloato
man In Psxaon's district armed roil, TRC UMl'ANtE 'Saaalal Tom bhaol District No .. Dada who. are freeholder residing ra County which rafaraaaa to mad for th sawn,
rot run CENT (1*) BONDS, oZ 'County. Florida the Superintendent ofPualla Election Freshens N*. US at priaalpal. of emu _... the rate at la.
all last year while on the county SAID DISTRICT. ) instruction af Dada County. Florl.da. (I.) City Hall. Florida City Florida. terms the same .. M. Maturities
roll at $120 month his Motto to aaraby .1 Ira* that panuantta and after careful study and aaalyaia ot which will vote ualllad .lactanwha ........,. the data 8:141tl.oo: of .... Mlle.of .
pay a ton the term*, dlr.rtb..nd authority of of the ..10.1... fullltlaa and ...dlllo... are freeholds molding la County caw ......... and tba respaetln N.r.5
attending the Ire truck. that *rtm raaalvtloa of The Board atPuall I. Wild elevated Tam ivaaol Dlarrk No *, Election Product Na.' lit. for voting tho..... ..... all ""the I..forms.tbm
Includlnt ha praaaal bonded IndchUdnaaa' sad ba ItFURTHER ta amid resolution _ta.....
ACCOM Fatten it. :.l.oo.dtruct.dd.Dad.at county.yFlorl. mad probable futttra, returns from tanatioa. RESOLVED that voting' na.felnaa The polls at said alaetloa will epos at
lro ..: -r'maatlnt boldita thanf aad haaao f o'clock A. M and aloaa at meadows
this Board k of the opinion aa proarrlhad hy tb* lawa of Florida oa
'Mr. Paxfon, who can drag up .egad Howe vt the County school. Ado determined that It b ._.. andaaaantlal ....11 h* vtlllaad III the balding of said sold data of May .. 143. and at which
luch stuff right here at election .I."tntlo. Building o. March 16. U'I.r for the admuate and proper I election with the Slat, and mid. election only duly qualified.. alaeton
which a quorum was root and vot. Maintenance of tha pnhlta free schools of County \\'rl-: Election aforaaald and who ara fnKholdm sawing la sold Spa.tlal .
time because he doein't have an r a special bond aUct::.. 1111 be held mid "Iotrlot .10. Mad..t sold district n that the ballot t* k* aaad In the boldln.of Tam School DUtrlct .,.. S may vow.W .
opponent had better clean up his I. 8pacto Tat. School Dbtrirt No. *, the mums and for the purpose@ b.rln.beveand said election ahaU k* lubatantlally. lath WITNESS WHEREOF: the sold Th
Dad County, ,....1oIa. la aaaordaaaa with In aald petition. aat forth ha Intend 1 following form Board of Public. Inatruatlon- Dada
own dirty linen before he tries to the provisions. and rulr maasta. M the new therefore h* It County. Florida. baa .._ this aotlr ta
clean up somebody else's', Peters <,mt*. within the titan and M the places RESOLVED hy The Board of '.bt.. ba executed and published. ._. Ito aar.porat .
in MM raaolutioa aaiaad and pat forth Instruction af Dad County. Florida that came and mall by and through its
flared. which resolution to I* word and figured the 6'* honda af caw. special Tax School SPECIAL. DADE TAX: COUNTY.SCHOOL DISTRICT FLORIDA Ka. I Secretary this. Srd day at ... INS.
"Although admitting that Rob. aa folkrwa RESOLUTION, tawflA Of THE BOARD Or District No. *, la the aatranl priaolpal BOND ELECTION THE! BOARD OF PUBLIC M.

arts worked In hU Homestead Pl' LfC INSTRUCTION OF DADS Dam Noe of be S1M.OOO.........1..ha. and Issued approve provided lop the the MAT. S. 1'4S STRUCTION, FLORIDA OF DAUC COUNTY -

store.'part time', Redd branded ai COUNTY THE!: AMOUNT FLORIDA.Or BONDS DETERMINING REQUIRED sitlnaatlve veto d a Majority .e the OFFICIAL BALLOT By JAMES T. WILSON
qualified electors who ore freeholder ra .
and .
e superintendent Braratary.Apr.
'an Infernal lie' the charge made TO ACCOMPLISH THE: PURPOILS BET .Idl.. ,. aaM district at the election for '
FORTH IN A PETITION Or QUALIFIED Shan ._taI Tax School District Na. ( 18. II. 14. May I. IMS
! that purpose barala ordered to h* holds
last week at a polilcal rally in
t south Dade by Preston B. Bird, RAIDING! IN SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL RESOLVED .
. DISTRICT No DADE COD . that It the la.auanoa
, who is trying to unseat Redd that tIDA, THE lt OF spt:1 of sold. hands k* auUorbad ky theaffirmative
SAM* BEAR. Tot of th* duly qualified"
! Roberts was drawing county pay THEREOF. AND THE!: MATURITY .lartora of aM' district wa* are fraahoM.ara. of the
. for working In the store. DATES or PRINCIPAL AND INTER.ESTI In u.id.sun of lUaOOd prlaal* Statement of
i "Psxson challenged Redd or MECEB8ITT FOR PROVIDING FOR 1S4S and aball bear Internet at the rat*
Peters to prove Dice 'Is not performing FUR HOLDING OF AN ELECTION TO of dell, par annum, payable aamlaaaualiyoa
AUTHORIZE THE!: ISSUANCE: THERE. the lot-day af May end. Novambar of
the duty he I* hired to OF AND ORDERING THE ISSUANCE!: ...It calendar pearl to .ba evidenced by In* COCONUT GROVEEXCHANGE
perform and If you do 111 otter OF BONDS OP AID SPECIAL: TAX tvraat coupon* and tIM principal thereof,
SCHOOL DISTRICT No 9. DADE: tha aaM' sum of 01600 ahall bacon due
a resolution and Insist that this COUNTY. FLORIDA ADOPTED MARCH anpayable la the ln.tallm.nta and aa the
board Ire him.' >S A. D. IMS. .... aa loll..... ..-.110
WHEREAS.Wi: ., has tkia day Wnpraaaatad ",000 oa May 1, 1.44, and a like mum
'It's funny you've heard ao to and filed with this Board .a May lat of each calendar year thaw BANKCoconut
much about Roberto In Redd'i the potltl/** of Wllllaai ). _I... W. after to and Including; May 1, mil law
R. Bird and Frank L. Skill and led gum aa May 1, 1M4. and a like aunt aa May
district and nothing about your Qualified slattern who are ftvaholdara ... lat T>( each enlaadar year thereafter to
.Mint wHhln Spatial Tax School District. and Including May 1. 1818| and ".000 .. Grove Station Miami Florida.
4wn mane Patera
remarked to
No. 9. Dada County Florida meantime May 1. 1(171. and oa May I, IS7I.
Psxson. 'Looks to me like you the .......* of bad ky said spatial Tax It to tha purposed this' elajiao to da.tarrnln s Condensed from Report to Comptroller
and that said bond "Issue
School District No. a m the principal aum
had bettetr put In tome time being of I1M.OOO tha proaaada to ha derived shall ba paid within SO years from the
county commissioner! from the son of such .boada to ha madaaclualnly dot thereof la the principal amount bar*. April 4, 194S
for the following lnabo act forth I and ba H
Redd Challenged FURTHER RESOLVED that the pro.aada .
r.11h( ) M* of an auditorium 111" tha of sold. bond aball ba aaad *ncln*
"'I resent that', cried Paxaon, .mare of tha Homaatoad:; tilth .1..1, for the respective purpose .... ..
School and furakhlai. sea above. set forth I end ka H
'and if you want to let this matter Majppiai RESOURCESLeans
the purl FURTHER RESOLVED that aa election
get personal I'm ready.' (ikl) AltaratMi Risk aaulpolat' praam* W railed and It to hereby adored that
"'Flre when Momaataad Behaal Cymaaalam aa sleeting shall W bald la amid Sparlnl
you are, Peters for a .afatorlai Tat School District No. 9. Dad County, and Discounts In.UUI
retorted. Chairman N. P. Lowrey (a) Eracthm of a aw ....ul_ la the Florida oa Tuaaday, May I. 18.1. la conaactloa Furniture and futures. ".In."
Hoaaaauad Great tha aaM. btrildln. to with th* SUM and County P. Banking Home.
rapped frantically for order. ha aractad la the Ttalnam of the pro*. mary doattoa h* hew aM Other Assets I.MM4
"Lowrey suggested that all Get ...... aaatof of aald afa. fanntehlna withl the aI"boars for at* holding : Mnnlclpal
and -
; sea equipping of the sass and primary elections under "I TJ. 8. Government, County
members of the board had known (d) .." alteration r-> Saoral Florida to -.../.* ......... Bonda 3 MtMSM
for some time that fire patrolmen ,.... wd1111.., ... equipment for allPMaaat than shall W issue ky maid Spacing 4I1.T1U '
imbed buildings situated ....... Scrod_District. No..._ S th* bonds. Other Bond and Securities a..
engage In other business and accept CMh e. land and dee frean ......,..."...,.... 2,306,2264
other employment. However, +

he cautioned. if this set Is going TOTAL IM7MXMJ
to bring criticism, it ought to be

changed.: "Commissioner Charles H. Cran- TURNERS FUNERAL

don offered a resolution requiring LIABILITIESCapital

fire patrolmen to be full-time

employes and that their salariesbe Stack g 1..00.

equalized. County Engineer Sorplmi ...,......

Edmund Friedman was ordered to Undivided Profits and leacire $0.224.46Deposit.

study the matter and make rec ?A-iiourAm'bulance Service . I,1IU8.'


"UnwlUln, to drop the subject. LADY ATTENDANT TOTAL $M7li.M

Redd said he employed Roberts in
January 'to' keep a valuable Phone 270 Homestead, Flat: MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIONDMT

county employe from resigning to
take a much better paying Job.! -

"Crandon Interposed 'and to get t

about 12 hour of work a day out

of the fellow at county expense
eh Jim?'

Found ea Table

'In be damned if that'l 10,' WASTEFERTILIZER

Redd shouted pounding the table. t
'M)' secretary's records will show .

I'm paying him more than the '

county does and any of you art

at liberty to Inspect them.' a S

'I don't see how anyone can

Justify the statement that the man

la.on county fire patrol duty when

he's at work In Mr. Redd'i store

and his fire truck li seven miles IF! THE WEATHER IS DRY,

way at the Redlanda school .
building Paxson said. .

"Crandon supported; Paxson ". :j DON'T WAIT TO IRRIGATE; OR

adding, 'And what' more, we .. ,
cant have people on the county i .

fnlIon pay roll and. working for a com.: .; IF THE WEATHER IS WET, CUT t

i "Redd explained that Roberts

had made arrangements with the .. YOUR FERTILIZER APPLICA. .
Janitor of the Redland school to

operate the fire truck in case of

a blaze during the day, while Robert
was on duty In Redd'i store

He said Roberta took over the

watch by night. .
"'You mean to say you think .

it' an right for a county: employs .

to sub-let his Job?* Paxson asked.

'And doe the school board

know questioned.about this deal Crandon Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

"Redd calmed down with the i ,

muttered charge that 'there'splenty

of the tame stuff ,rg on i Telephone 16 FRANK B. n UE, Manager Homestead, Fla. <
around Commit Peters
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