Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: May 1, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID00540
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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t '$ LESSAVAILABLE I First USO Program at Camp Redland. I


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IN I The first U. S. O. entertainment--the direction of Larry K. Nolde. THE WEATHEROfficial Voting In Homestead at next fl

I at Camp Redland was given Sunday who Is in charge of the mobileU. Tuesday's primary election will bin

la the recreational hall under J S.. O. .service. club unit which. weather report of the the M. P. Walker building,
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operates between Homestead and Subtropical Experiment Station, former location of the post office,
NEXT BUDGET Key West Homestead Florid
GROWERS COM at Jerome and Flagler. The votIng -
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson
of Redland together with parents Date IN'tMIa.\ ..., I Rain machines were moved In yew
y --:- April 23.. .. I .2 1 61 ,20.0 71\ 0.31
of girl entertainers brought from terday.
THROUGH WITHBONDJPLEDGES 1 I I lie
The April 24.. II 'aD.OII
Importance of freeholders
Miami, served as chaperons. Mr. Other Redland District pollingplacet
April 25. ...I I 801 I 531, I
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Vettaf. Tuesday for the bond is- Nolde has announced the appointment -
April 2L In 1'0'1 t will be at follows:
ions Of 1150,000E each, proposed of Mrs. Thompson at recreational April IT- -.1 to 1 110 ::30.031April Precinct 110, Community House,

for the Homestead and Redland representative of the V. 2g_...._.' U I 150 ",OIl
Pledges aa low at 60 cent a S. O. in this area. II I 155 ,,10.07JREGISTERING Perrine
21.
!yeast tax:' school ,districts was week and at high M $9,000 have 'Any persons who desire to do April Precinct 111, Goulds Fruit ft
pmnph sized this week by school been received in' th, war bond their bit by donating talent refreshments Vegetable Growers' Assn. packIng -

offetaWbere, : I drive conducted among.the.farm- o* money toward U.' FOR house, Goulds.
TriaclpaJ>,Carl' Wagner of the era and fruit growers of Dade S. O. entertainments for the service Precinct 112, Mathls store
i Redland school pointedout Oat, County by the office ot'County men are requested to contact \[Princeton. .
>tue to the tetfiMed f umber of aU.: Agricultural Agent C. H..Suflanlt Mn Thompson" said Mr. Holds.auhiadi..aas.Utvtted SUGAR RATIONS I Precinct 114, town hall Florida

tomobile tags 't mat f wflid be"*tld' "ThJtilMJwtj,a.tlwt-.the small l W 'I_ idty. *..., ..t.1 frz.I . .: ..
and other decreased revenues, the grower 1s doing hi part arid that tend the entertainments but must STARTS MONDAYregistration I I The primaries this month are
Dade County school system will the large grower la also putting discuss the requirements for attendance jtor the purpose of allowing political -
M receive tome $800,000 less next' hit earnings Into war bond,' aid with Mrs. Thompson.i parties to select nominees for
year than,' it received this I' Mr. Steffani. "The response hat Those who are able to comp'y: ,the general election! to be held In
.year
,. The, County school board, there- been food, but there are still a I (Continued on Page Twelve) I for sugar rationing. In {November, Because of the great
scheduled to Mortdsy
begin
who have not answered s preponderance of Democrats In
lore Mill be 'forced not only, to good many I
discontinue financing repairs and to the crusade for life and free Dade. County for private consumers (Florida, nomination in the Democratic
dom. LAND SECTIONS primary it tantamount to
additions to school from
buildings
Carter! chairman of the
E. A. ,
the general operating fund but "No doubt there are a few per- I,election As a matter of fact
also eons who have purchased bonds Redland District rationing board, there are only six candidate forRepublican
eliminate 150 teachers from .OF PIPE LINE T OBE I said last night that he would not
the school system, Mr. Wagner and have failed to report. Thor the nomination In this
who have done j receive instruction regarding el.ctlon-two in each of
laid to are urged to re primary
LAID IN MONTHLaying registration until this afternoon.I the .
port.accordingly on their pledge legislative groups.t
'Zllminatlon of the 150 teachers registration of
Ai in the commercial -;
will Mr. ,blanki. Left put agriculture over 1 I t I| Where there are three or more
save $225.000, Wagner
sugar users on Thursday!
the top! 'I(candidates for an office, the candidate -
said "but the board has been of all land sections of and Friday of last week, however, !
who receives but
;pe dlntfom'$400,000 to $500,000 the public schools will be used] a plurality
the Florida City-Key West ,
pipeline
Lions Club CarnivalIs 'not a majority over hit opponent
on capital expenditures for the
J will be completed within a :in the private consumer reglstratlon -
must enter the second or run-off,
Improvements of the various Attended by 250 .
month, it was learned here yes
28 with the man
primary on May
school plants throughout the Sugar sales suspended at midnight -
terday. Three underwater sections
the next highest
who received
county One of the most successful acv: are In place and pipe Ji now Tuesday of this week, will be i number of votes
"When we face the fact that It tivities of the Redland District being laid on the bridges resumed next Tuesday, May 5, ,
cost Close to $70,000 a year to Lions Club was the chicken pilau The pumping station which will with quantities governed by the Offices to be filled and respec-
operate the schools In each of these supper and carnival held at the send the water through the 18- rationing books Issued Monday.NonDefense (Continued on Page Eleven)

two special tax school districtsNo. Lions Den In Silver Palm Tuesday inch pipeline along the Florida
( T and No. 9) with taxpayers: A crowd of 250 Lions, their I keys Is In process of construction Construction Permitted '
of the district contributing only guests and friends enjoyed the 'I
$11,000 to $12.000 and the Mate: supper which was prepared and Material Dealer SaysThe
Limits
Within
conributing approximately $ served under the direction of Al JOLSON BERNIE I
we find that tax revenues 15.000'1 Jndgren. He was assisted by --

other districts of the county Jack Hammett R. C. MacDonnell, ON USO MISSION building industry has been should exceed the above limits an

(Continued on Page Harold Kendall I kept in almost constant turmoilby application on the proper form can
be made to the FHA office and if
REGISTER HERE repeated threats of "stop or. the building or addition ls considered

28th Infantry in Farewell Parade den" for many months, but now necessary, permission to begin -
I r ___ will be granted"
r that the order has finally been Issued construction

On Eve of Departure from Homestead Al Jolson and Ben Bernie, on I It Is not as bad as It could Mr. Brooker emphasized that the

their way to Key West to appear be says Henry Brooker, Jr. president order does not restrict ordinary
on a U. S. O. entertainment program maintenance and repair to any
Practically .the'entire personnel maneuvers with their motorized ; stopped over In Homestead of Brooker Lumber Co.. Inc. sun of money. The design of the

of fie eorobat wait tattooed here equipment Monday long enough to ..I&nlP In I The government's conservationorder buildings, though, must not be
since,the army took over Camp LieuL-CoL John D. Frederick, he fourth selective service regis restricting non-essential changed by repairing
I commander of'the departing 28thunits tration. construvtion does not stop all civ
e Badlands a; little over threeetweebage said yesterday that be could Principal B. M. Hlndman. chief I,JUan building, at was predictedIn Th is*the reason shortage for this of drastic materials order ) .I

;"wOT"be'replaced today by; a not speak too highly of the treatment registrar at the Neva King Cooper some quarters" said Mr. Brook. for war production and 'construction r
botisitret'which arrived yesterday accorded -him and his men School auditorium saw VIet ... "As a matter of fact. It leaves therefore all construction
from'an) army training center during their stay la Homestead. wo men enter the school house at considerable opportunity foe mew which It not essential must deferred
raid heartily state. CoL Frederick's place as commander about 10 a. en. and noted the resemblance construction additions, alterations for the duration G-O: the t
The five companies of toe MthInrantry of Camp Redland win betaken of one of them to Al and repairs. said Mr. Brooker."The .
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'first occupants el the by; Major IT. .J. Moroeey. Jolson but dismissed it from his ,The following types of construction emergency
in-family camp built for migrat The 301 win gt back to Its borne mind as out of the realm ef prob- are permitted under the order affects privately financed jr
.{ torr tarn laborers, took part, to camp for a period of training ability. The newcomers were orderr business or commercial constructions M wen" as
'f, a farewell parade yesterday afternoon At the parade yesterday after- given numbers and sat down to buildings, either new construction those financed through Joans
on the municipal air field-* soda the Homestead High School ,await their tur1II.I j or additions, costing $5,000 or A person may cot "get around"*
turned over to Camp Redland U band played and Mayor T.J. Harris I Some time later, one of them test; farm buildings, either new provisions of the government order
a drill and parade ground. The I sad members of the city council came up to Mr. Hindman and revealed construction or additions, costing by attempting to get the raaxl-
newly-arrived replacements were stood with Cot Frederick to their identity, explaining $1.000 or lets per,building: residences mum amount. of material ,permitted
lined up on the north edge of the I II review the troops. Automobilesof ,that they were trying to get-to, either new construction or by the order from each of
field while the men of the 28th spectators fringed both roadside Key West in time to appear -on, ,additions costing lets than ,IWO several firms--or bv, any Other
J'' drilled and then went through edges of the airport. I (Continued on Page Twelve) 'If the improvement t/Unned (Continued on Page Twelve)
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.. '2 MORE FIRST AID) W. F. A. Robertson Receives Letter -f. :, '.PROCJAMATIOjrThe ......,. 'II.Mal H.6.'-Dar-Vheme CCrniot1Feat". : htA.Mq ..

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CLASSES START "From ii DaughterinPhilippil i \ es I..kM fees a** a.aft fer tk* P-. *'cat4lidnbt'-( '

---- IMOT t( srMsw SBiate lie proper teniibt :on} tj eyy '
;. A letter written to the 1' Wp.. corps .tonatcted julta 1Uie.,Aoaktn ,Poised ll . HERE:ON. MONDAY pine bland Feb. 23 by.Mrt it*. Lumber,Co .ofrMwUUitnd:pt sthie..tattoued.I -ale ass 4tWe. week Se. minswete IHOMWC84 -the "fUII'I J''M.'it\ .
. Edw.Chas.Maars She 10lWU I ,.GipjonD*,'Mindanao rxss&.wlnes..r e1R elas.es'.f '';JB rh, !jca.f>14'11 11 A'will ?fa,
- Mibte Robertson; rtached; ,bei The bou e boy.-.od cook: "had ?eee' Americas ,....... ,Meals. pole:.d ce-e/: l..tjlbflJf .'
Starting best week, 'twonew- father W. F, '. ItoberUonjl Ui quit paid Mfr",Met?,. ,but-the ...... opined tan.... me the( be special' feature of ....;
'Red Ores first aid class** will bf Florida CUT this week., ,- laundress ;w.i tjjl :on">yh4-job' ........ '......fIt....'American, event, .which; wlU nart -at ''-/<.
held on Mondays'and Wednesday Tht writer to a'graduate>f the Canned goods..tould.still>.be' o*" .. .11 sears that we.alewldties'ante clock. .' jB' ,
la the Neva King Cooper school tralnln* course .t 'Walt** ,Reid tabled, but they had used the last '> week. a large pUet.ll '. A May queen, elected byrvobftold
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auditorium with' "Vn. terrain Hospital who WM lIUII'I'ied'hi Ma. of their --coffee: ,Fresh neat'and .tjr MUcUst., elute sad serial at one cent; eacbv-jrltt <, :
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Clark of Miami a* InitructorOn .
obtainable at extremely.high gatkeriaf*
nila three to member were
yean ago a liP crowned a* a cJjIT.Qf.tht.ctn Itot,
class will be held from8jof ot the English .reserve officer price . TbtrtftnC I.. T. J. Harris, .
In the afternoon for men ._ mater W HomeiUad. d* herebyproclaim val.The *
1l 1 Women who can not attendat -- - I usual games of skill, foj;;

night. Hit other class wlU beheld Rotarians Warned to Embrace Chance ;' May 4 ...Use musk week week beginning and dehereby tune telling 'sndraiher'' 'booth*;%t
: well as "eat* drlnki and -
The dandnr,
from 8 to 11 at night I
all citizens t
call *
count will comprise 20 houn of r..h1t Fight on Any Front for Liberty attend said upon meeting wherever will be Included 1w the ttraetlaRK-,
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Instruction. Those beginning next Dancing wlU take :plac :Iq ta*,
held gymnasium w week will finish the first week In '
June, according to W. E. Rheney, I 'in This'nation'r flgnt\ to preservetht Dr. Benes told of atrocities persecutions T,: j; ;i; Ril.Is. by Gus Wynn orchestra r>'iIfi

district air raid warden who announced principle\ qf.jliitrtXf.there' : : Is I and the wiping-out': ol Mayer_ ,City of Homestead Principally tore ghs benefit its
the starting of the new I for Judge TomSebring'areeident'of'thCtSines every vestige of liberty In that I the soldier who xamv tntvtown.1.vfsterday .
classes I part everyone 1 country-of cancellation pi even 'Blonde" there .wltt..b*"t d.te-\1
;: I ; the most minor privileges that "Strawberry bureau' where *
rpartncKsAfor t
Those who attend are advised j : ti
to wear clothes suitable for first J villt Rotary Club told Homestead could be Imagined .. Provokes Stabbing I evening will furnished.. : for-%
aid I demonstrations Rotarians in a talk at their lunch "If all Americans could hear:Dr. : ; fee of 23c ,., . ..,.:..11
Red Cross first aid Instruction' eon-meeting Wednesday In Legion I Benes account of the tragedy that A ''strawberry bon e" was the I '' r ..1
books may be purchased at the Hall ..... . -" I overtook his country:'', said.. theGainesville I Cause!. of iii-. dispute which several I ... .
first meetings of the daises for Rotarian, "they wouldtreasure week pgo.resulted In the stabbing i .. "
66c each i ""It'fat c.n't man a gun, wt can the opportunity they.have' of ..ant:: Inmate of the Naranja I VOTE tog .;; f f
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Advance registration for the make pie; |IC pe;can.1:make a gun now of fighting on any front f<3f.I home for the. aged and tick by '
Monday and Wednesday classes i wt can furnish the money wherewith which they art fitted for ..the ,aoolher it was revealed In court HOLMES; 4LLttr
both afternoon and evening-maybe ont can be made said he. things that make life worth ,)lv-,:of crime* yesterday .qu. f_ y
I ,
made with Mrs E. A. Buchanan Judge Sebrlng told of a talk he Ing" I i :Richard A, Oykman former '1 rot .. .U (
at the office of County AgentS I had with Edouard Bents prime Wednesday was father-son-.,carnival operator, was found as ''
:-H. Steffanl, which adjoin the mlnfetCT of Ciecho-Btovakl beforeit daughter day for the.Hom Uad. guilty of aggravated assault on 1 LEGI
Homestead city hall. I WM overrun" by'tht- German, I Rote Each Rotarian braugEOdi";John.."1LLhs.whom he had I ATU1R0GRdTJF2't

son or daughter or adopted one, stabbed In the neck but N. Vernon I ''111: t
for the meeting from among Hawthorne, new court of crimes
I High School Graduates Now EligibleTo I school pupil. The Homestead Judge suspended sentence and the I :..- ..$
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Naval Aviation Officers High School band played'leveral,' twomen returned"In a friendly ..""r
Become
selection under tht .direction of mood to the Itarsnja home. operated I -
Mr*. W. B. Mills Little Tallulah, by Mrs; ll t. Barnard. Dade County needs arnan
Miami Apr. SO-A new plan of tinue their education, at least un- Ann Webb, daughter of Rotarian 'In'the .trial 'it .was. sbown.tha{ to represent ALL
under which high til the end of the second calendar with':
recruiting Bevo Webb gave reading Dykman stabbed Lehr for switching -
of the not
achool graduate nay qualify to year expression and charm that could the':radio .from 'the 'Straw people- just
become aviation officers with the "Tht navy needs men to fly never be attained by an older'per.: berry.Blonde" mpyle pl y broad one p or ttlsion. "X.
rank of ensign in the U. S. Naval the finest the fastest the most former.. Noel.Steffanl. played ;a 'wst,. to another:,'prol1"/Il.Wh 1 'i
ttetervt or second lieutenant In powerful warplanes In the worldtbewlavy piano solo and Ardel(Parma* amid ,Pyknun r :was l,atm n1nx ;to. Don. "J' '
1 'r Pell Nikkei UvorthamKOAN'
the V, S. Marine Corp Reserve,' planes thot trlke,flnt' :VaraRhtney played d.a piano;8uetj. !'A3g1ecoe-rft ,1;. :.. . .... .T 't9t.
baa been approved by tie 11.\7' strike hardest )ll'herev.rh foe

department It. found", a.. Bevy, departmentspokesman . .. ; ; _. .. : . :
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I mark the first time the"navy, said. "The navy aeecS.lUlam .. ..
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118. offered young men. with.only I urgently-now-today ,. .'. .. '.'-, "';; ::"' .... h;' I,"" ':..o; .. .
want of officer cVfcrercen .
\ a .secondary education tht oppor men j''. '.
'.' .tqnlt7to'apply for fljght training who are, "lf.Iel1,1"fll, andmenThroughout &' :& << _''>'1' '; 'i'G"-a:. '
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I't, '..1'. . 'status.VMdlitf: .to. cojntotsalontrf t: ." : ;officer'1 f. te.AaT;;de 1'lle..W.masters:* "" ,:tts.,Y'i'1IDIIp'Ia11l1 :.to .... ..,.,., ...... t. @M"iil A.tl". ''j.''-:' eas-.I. "e" ..:...... ......-.... .... .

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Recruiting war'begun every \ . .. .
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section of tht Vnited SUtet'Apnl2ft .J and airs.vythbfpi! ,UJ '. : ... ;.
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t apply!ict. :they InthtSwrenttiytfttDI should apply to the Of.*- 1nI. ,asy "ppej ff\f t" eh.IlG' t4 .o'.. \. ... .., .. "- ... ;..., ,:!,"......I".!";'.. !),;. ..,,.. I\t. ... .' ... .,1. 1\'ltoi.... ;. ;, r.. ;l. t..:i,111 A"r..!. ,
.fiir of Naval Officer P Preeurenuni(, the 11. !t. 1Ja\'U' lfese dr':'Sag, ,, . 1 ; /; ".
M9 Langftord Redding Miand. end lieutenant ln"the U"It': ';lilaf. 4tkr. <'if Qoverlpiatatt orilerR.wall:specify.. :,.... . "' cr+ ;:=5'i-..y

'Recruiting official aid the new ine Corp Reserve .they will receive 1.:No rest.*ith double-breasted suit: 1
plan will not Interfere In any way ,J205 > .Dipnth. p+uqhlow- k'ets '.
2.' No patch and backs.
with the Class V-l program under ances. . 'o fancy f
which college student may enlist I 3. No cuffs on'trousers; no pleats or'tucks. -

ot engineering now to become officers aviation and deck con READ, THE,WANT-ADS 4. Knee and bottom measurements restricted to 22 kneeand:: _

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1 Dl'1JJafW reChlsenFer At'Redland High:Sch9BUater \ *>* II
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: j pinetTJulIetrnb'y Lynch Bo '.' State in June I iVilUanw, WM;*cbosed'.deleJgate r

WINS I 'IS suedb"SfaTe) Experiment Station I 1 ',-' ) . wilts Advlpry Pft.. VVV F;
4- -.. .. ... Delegates,$oya: State, ftanua !runnetviltenaati if +taU f { .J
practics ..ttiv political. functions' The 194 session of Boyh P
I Florida Agrict?aXEzpetim ti surface, tail to break upon squeeiog held a t.,1T iW I.'' t-1II'el1 chosen, will be held lit June, Expenses of ::1'
i FOR: CANDIDACY) I Station TechnjcaJ iMnHetln. JSl ;< ,of the fruit, but instead are by the Upimestead and ,Redlandschools' : the delegates from Homestead and
: Redland will be paid Jointly bJ'the
"Some /orcedoutward to I position almost yesterday
Anat'tieaLStudies'.obthePersian '
I I >rtical to the cut surface At ,rV>ro.st adt High :jScbool following clubs: Homestead'
Luther L. Chandler of Goulds Lime".-by 8'*,Hottch tide : ,
; giving the appearance of so many Roger GA enn.was elected! delegate I Rotary Club. Redland District.Lions I
Bwill, speak.,:tt,. .clock tonight iliUnt horticultin-Wl:Of'Vta, !! : Sot>'- attached, grains of rice Fruits and Tomjv Warris, who receive: Club American Legion-end
TortVVQAM:M behalf tof the can troplcil Exlerimenf'Statioabaf! undergoing I storage or curing the next hlgheil 'Pte.1' designated Redland District Chamber of,
Idldscy,of Preston B: Bird for the lust come off the press .Thlj Jxi'-1 period exhibited little or no riclng alternate. Commerce \
Ecouhty, commission front District Furthermore, the Specific gravity ---- ------
wv ? \ lettn it of- igtereat(."ahy.,n pad of' the "'hole.tru1\"was'found to be .- -. .
Both the Miami I idaily'ryewet County >. ,chest ,of'the"Penlan no'criterion of jniclnewBasytta : T
P.8J1en: earn*, oat,this f1".Ic-1V4t11 'limes'grown.Intlie.",s'ate.srr r.produced .. ,studies '0,,' th:; ma-:I-- < Important- .
|editorial l ndorsemeErt*,(Mr:.*9ird> tovtHit\ sires/1. . , tartly!oqI PersianltiN trait'ex- .
h@Mlerpt 13gral4 IA aq p4ilort: ..Thq flnt 'part' e(the 'bu letiadiseirpaee :lending oW:"l Three-yeirr 'periodW'glvira
|al,.Wednesday:,mot'ntrtj! ,+ ,.aaidgf! vwious Opes: tf juice kxa' .J the studies-"ma p Go to'the poUt Tuesday 'and.tote for:the '.
Bird: In part tractor' from.htt one-'can readHy comparison ,between fruit from '
,.;.t.. Hid-grpp'of: therestol> :Me VhyX partTjpnlarttype' Of trees .fjaftferent step ,.a' to their ;candidates your olc 'Thfs" s' not only. '
.lbUltls.ol the oldies,si rejected extractor was apefRled: ht tttr Hip site' ,'W llht.. pee cent Juice,' per '
Jel the researches. heAd,mad juice:content' lair.'pasted .by*:;the- cent'addand61ubje: > J orlids. 'A'similar ,your preciouspirk: ilege'It'i3 your. patriotic.. .
iced the outlines. h; by pres tnt 4 state: calatu"! "- lart","arv : Unttytltyit studj1 is given '
Loon : th.... platform*. :Js muchsounder .The next'sectiodcontatnsdataon for, J and .t.progresalvq; stages of dut).
[ than that of his opponent,! the variation of the Jules con. maturity'fsont'treescrafted. on six. ,
[as repealed !hjr,his,performance. In. tent,':per cent acid and'per cent ,different' rootstocks: ., Chas. G. Turner .
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soluble solids of Persian limes The final section describes the
The Miami Daily News carried during I short storage period. An variation In Juice and acid content C.\MMDTE FOE
Fan editorial Wednesday .ftemooo undesirable feature exhibited' by top-grade fruits harvested in
jin hlch Air-Bird,WHS.! referred to all' Immature and tome mature the Redland area BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONDISTRICT
( as a ''F"ci-eisM Rt ai4 da businessman Persian lime fruit, when cuttransversely The bulletin is available at the '
I snd-former mtiyift of Home- NI
and squeezed, says office ofCounty AgentCharles
t stead" and "an experienced, level. the bulletin, I .
"rlclng The Juice Steffanl or from the .Experiment (Paid PollUnl. Admrtlwwnt
{headed. administrator", ., sacs especially,those near the cut Station at Gainesville, Florida.
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J We!..hjgje $ Us,:Jfln,' pr. Carl F. Special :
RA 1JV1t br on t more drive werecndutrbd .
I JUunct-.Jji'1iitlernoon{ at ,
t'tlt'JId"m'l{ !.bXytoftflev. Geo H
I4cks'pastor of 'tie
Homestead '
t Ffesbyterlan CKWIH'3Burial \\311 l sa.: '

i t iij Mr.Palm.RdliLn Cemetery CJU and at Naranja.his wife,1,'i Building .

Cjbeer whrniunm |ilm, came here i Qt! I :
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}"thnr'ov v< HKivfrom-Burlington, ..
'lj. lu iirti.u Ilieir mme with Dr i -
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'arils Mrs. Robinson Other sur- .

; 'WOfl{ n. DorotheaA Include three S w grandchil t Alec .a 1''I; ;; :S2' ' "- ; :: " "' : tt.;
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birison-. nJSP8tr :al. Itiii.ft .. .1 -.: I 4.7'.0 ,.' I
'all. 'bear.r. T1! .. \ tJ'"j bWfauildauiitfyuof. NOlltt..h [ d 'f1 '. S
"' ct.Von W. Harris, W" H. Ow. I .._: : ,:. :: < .. Of _
IsJStlJ i, J. W. Irwin, .H O Cronwall ..a. , -7r'S t
P. 'Blatc.tlt,ffoferty, '".,F. ry -p- -
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. Turner ,Funeral W.glesI ,Home was In, : For the benefit of those puzzled by, tne. ;Conservation Order issued by .
irge of arrangement iOfihe>. o&Uiint on April 9th RESTRICTING:?Dr'.ON.ESSENTIAL CONSTRUCTION z

.r. i TAKE FIRST AID COURSE the Brooker Lumber Company, tl ;tikes'insure in outlinmg .
:I"bout twenty-five are attending )! big .
:| k\Vliif"f Can Build Now". . J J
tn! Red .Cross first aid classes ,
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!that are being held by Mrs. C EThomas :" 1, ", + j. 't. :
\ of Kendall on Tuesday and I' rrzi; a..1.t' >IUS41JFSS OR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS either new '

Wednesday Methodist afternoons Church. in Prlncetqp ;!-j.i ..., :.construction: or additions costing $$5,000.00 or less.

., -i : ';::" : :. .. : 2.< FARM; BUILDINGS either nevi'cdnst'r i tioh 'additions= ,
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costing $1,000.00, or less per structure. -

ELECTED !: ; ' .
3. RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION, either new construction

or additions, costing less than $500.00.
HAMILTON
4. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE of RESIDENTIAL,

( FARM and COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS are not restricted

to any amount of money. The design of the buildings, though

must not be changed by repair. '
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What Can You Do If The Cost Does Exceed


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i tr" 'The Brooker Lumber Company, Inc., will gladly assist you in making

. '., ., application on the proper form to theFIIA Office. If the building or ad.

: To dition considered NECESSARY, the FHA Office will grant permission.

CONGRESSt4il : 1 rt Cone- in and let us help you with your building needs. The restriction

-'',. ';. apply to.:privately. financed construction as well as those financed through
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'District l loans.

0" We urge you not'to attempt to go ahead with job which would exceed

Young the limits of the Government's order (without necessary permission), be.

Courageous: j 'cause there is a severe penalty for any person or dealer who v.ilfully'lotatej

Sincere : any provision of the order. and periodical inspections are to be made by the'

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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND CURRENT J WAKE UP AMERICA-ITS LATE! 1JJI11i111111111111IUllilmmUUliillllilli


ENTERPRISE (Editorial classic trom the New York World-Telegram) 20 Years Ago

COMMENTBy The nation needs to awaken. to tht full gravity of the peril ,
eM tun.a1A17011g .
aft ftcxEI-Pw./.t
AGNEW WELSH that confronts It.
UACII AICiXLh- It needs to appreciate how badly wt have been defeated In Tae hl.aee see .a.i w..
wi..4d
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eMwi.sow. the three months of war. mum"" iw. As I'

........... F06"y. .e 11.-4. The.M . TAi.'s..... w tt..s act up.C...W.W...._ .baba .: It need to undentand that it it possible for the United Nations ., .w. swM. If. tn.Ai a....'...... w __ssa
raw swath ... reau.aw C..ee.r.IUUCItPT01 Nee k* in - M WteMwttk and the United State to low this war and softer the fate aseade dLdc
kto ........ A.-&
UTaIe rtfaM to A..... Wrt*. ... SI.V. \ .f France-and that this possibility !tnalr Becoratjf; ability it
Dads o..w elm seta S..., ...... > :' the present tide does not chanft. A- rr 1 tmm"'tunllntnn' > JI n lIml

0 >Hs el ...* I .. __._ .SUM MOIt'llkt1011I"' acquaintances It needs to realize that there la fnyt chance of Japanese pushIng SI. 1111 -,
....... 0 -.I .." Earl Mar. A
i ... 11*. *t tW *M titte* will fall Into three-divisions: theworthwhile through India tad the Ceijiuesj'ffivihptpiWh.hEftear;
*,mmtMt. noftt*. water *. ad 49' ,' thW you, merely to Join their armies and ,..w 'lh-.1f ttmost' tfrfBntable com -"Mt. and Mrs.F. n. K'edd report .

Stank S. ttlS. tolerate and the'-other kind.' The btMtion. 'IAJT *. 1 ; V/ii'i: the arrival a.daughter at

first division also tans into three It needs to get away toi* {ndor' jaU., MJ Ahe/eoWortlng their home on th*" 'Ufa, named

An Egg and an OrchidBy liaises, goientedmost likely feeling that while wt may lose at the start*wt- art bound to win Anna belle. Both TJiotlSer and

by the degree of intimacy of your In the end. child are doing welL"
Annie Merheir Fltipstrkk association: with them those ;you Only when fully aware of existing peril will the United State -"In connection wjt'ft. j'he sale

An ee,. and an orchid, a queer' appreciate, rawer jWu'admlre and do' Its utmost. Pray God that' awareness- ...wlll'not cons. too late I ot season tickets* this Homestead
combination to set those you love. The Rut named .* It did In France. : : Baseball Club announcdft}et they
But the bantam chose to make hernest of the primary division!701( may Production Director Donald Kelson eppeaf for vastly. Increased art going to build'*: ten,. running

in the hollow of a tree, be charitable enough merely to Ignore industrial output on a 24-Piur, .seven-day bail*-168 hours from the grand stated. to;flfit base

... Bowered 'round with orchids and look upon with pi'"'or dial i week. Maximum production. Ih,''sljort, and from the grand itand :\o third
gray moss and a single cereus lust or go to the extreme of loath- Can wt get It? base In order to 'give.thtf,businessmen
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.branch. In.. *DeiplM>>juid rhste": should Not on the present basissoi under tile. psychology of recent advertising spore. : Harry

With Tallahassee vine In bloom never be used In ..measuring'your'ellow year Hall has not been 6ackwwr4. about

"It I its beauty to enhance .men. I. Not until we quit thinking. In terms' 'of less work and, more seeing to hiring never rherf. . .
: Perhaps her bantam ego craves 'money.
:1) Definitely signed tip ale Miller ot
exotic tropic beauty I Banbrnu.1IoOtoted tllr'1hell'optlmllm Not while there li greater cohrtrn. about overtime pay than
the New York State Ll! iu,. F, B.
Or maybe orchids help her in her ; (their "safety valve I. overtime production. Hobbs, Joe Grantham.V.. C.

II daily eggly duty.Them'Family. conservatism; the)" are all from Not while farmer politicians are" more Interested in higher Mead, C. M. White. Vleo,' Summers
Missouri. One of the big of prices than raising more essential
ones W. E. Busse Vernon Coils
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Not while government bureau*-created to meets depression -- -
the class says that unless we begin Hall ."
Harry
Trees I now (6 axbld it, the close of! emergency that Is ended. -continue to.grab for themselves. money
t'll the: war will be followed by one needed for armament "Funeral service jfoj: ; John

' They've studied trp the family of the wont depressions the world Not while an army of federal press agents clamors to promote Henry Hill 59, who djed.tt; hit

tree of Ebenezer Binge has ever seen. That may be true and perpetuate activities that have no present need or value. home at Naranja Monday, were
tf And proved that his descent Is but It will be less so of the U:S. Not while congressmen try 16 put over useless canals and held Thursday at S p.: )nee a' the

straight from dukes and earls than any other participating na river schemes and lake up the time of defense officials clamoring church at Naranja.. . '"Mr. Hill

and kings. tlon. This belief is shared by the for factories and contracts as if war were a great gravy train. was a retired roadmaster.. of the

II i He has a.brand new coat-of-arms assistant federal attorney general Not while WPA, despite a .horl"e'of labor seeks to carryon Florida East Coast Railway Com

se handsome and so gay, who says the war will give our projects which It doesn't have the men to perform or tht need parry and had lived In Dada

A mixture of menagerie and patterns country an Impetus that will send for performing.Not County for 30 years.' V
In crochet. It to lasting prosperity. I while CCC and NYA stretch greedy hands for funds to "Edna Smith. -Carl "Tweedetl

They only mention relative who I pamper young men who ought to be In the armed force or. the and Esther Livingston are enjoying .
: war plant a vacation (Homestead
fought with courage fine
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There ilied'rec %
: tIn' HoJIyA Not while strike hamper. School New) at the
Or rose to great distinction In war production, despite a solemn present time ,
the Int.lleelualline. wood headquarters' of hokum promise that they would stop. due to that unwelcome visitor,

But if they'd searched enough, headaches, hussies and hellions, a Not while the life-and-death need for uninterrupted production the measles. Honor roll for the I

I'll bet, the fact they'd run man whe-thfcame famousj i iln. th, Is used as a weapon to put over the closed shop sixth month of school:" Senior
across radio as "Tht' Voice of >ExpertJ Not whllt double time la demanded for Sunday. work whichis class-Esther Livinston end Dora t

That,' somewhere In that family Ones", giving advice to the l Ipvdi only part of a 40-hour week. thy Tower. Junior' criis'-Mary i

tree somebody stole a hOll.t lorn, disappointed and unhavgrjf' Not white a man cant be employed on an army project or In Harrell Alverda Selby\ Edna :
Them fam'ly trees don't allus tell There mutt hart been a big (pupa 'a war plant until he pays $20 to $30 or more to a labor racketeer. Smith and Mary Tower. Sophoimort t
t as much a* they keep hid. of such as it Is reported $eirVceixed Not while criminal gangs control employment allocation of class-Wesley Matthews and

Il wouldn't be a thing ',alntt Eb- 30,000 r104 tek, ;;men to work on the Hormandle" and the other ships along New Catherine Sheffield: Freshman \

enffef K they did. Th funny part of the |I.>4hiat York's vast waterfront; 11, : -> .:. "', ..' :: I.'. class. -Leona M.theWs'.rid: Ollit

He's generous an' he's kind an' his own married lift was ssi.skidy: Not ,while. fifth columnist. .art, pampered and enemy aliens Robertson." I t
It figured in several divorce4 oasis
move freely in defense areas.
allus his honest debts.
pay and he kept his Identity: -Hpt April .. m
He doesn't drink nor chew nor ou Not while the grim Job of preparing our home communities

smoke, not even cigarettes.But print. And for his tommyroOtwas against air raids and.sabotage Is gummed iip with a lot of high -"Fire-of !undetermined origin\ .;
then it takes all kinds o' folk paid 2.000- a week. ? .; falutm. boon-doggling social service activity. destroyed the packing house of t

to make a world you see. w.Th Not while pressure blocs clamor for higher benefits, bounties the Homestead Oiuweis'"' Assoda-

There's a mightly wide assort favorite pastime of romping and pensions. tlon early Sunday,night, entailinga .
meet In 'most every family tree on tht wealthy,has about extinguished Wt will not get maximum production In short unless, first, wt km of about $43,000. The fertilizer
Let's Just admire the gilding an' the class. The num- fully realize our awful peril; and, second get over the gtmmie warehouse of B. W Morris

the trimmings an' the floss ber of millLAnalpM reached' IU of recent years Immediately adjoining, also used,
An' DC content to overlook the peak-41,134--I'--' early 1938; In Gimme shorter hours gimme higher wages gimme bigger by Horne and Horton a. a pack-

chap who stole the hoss.Pllander December If40. there were but profits, gimme more overtime, gimme less work gimme more ing house, was gutted beyond
Johnson In WashingtonStar 1J.JSJ remaining pensions gimme great crop benefits, gimme more approplration salvage by the flames. The fire

I and patronage gimme plants for congressional district, gimme was first discovered at 10:15: by
fees and dues to work for Uncle Sam, gimme ham'n eggs, gimme residents of nearby cottages, who-
The state has taken maintenance
over
shart-the-wealth gimme $30 every Thursday. turned In sn alarm. The lire engine -
Canada's Price Control of several streets In Miami France had the gimmes, too-had them till the Germans were was rushed to the scene and
as a part of the state road close to Paris. Then
everybody went frantically work-too late. alarm spread Broadcast. The
system. Biscayne Boulevard will
Since December 1, 1>41 Cana. France has no gimmei today-except gimme food for my flames, which started in the near
dian business and labor have been be known on the state map a* baby gimme a place to lay my head, gimme death. est end of thtt building where
Road Four; Tamiaml Trail becomes -
operating under a complete system a part of Road 27; the THE REMEDYl WRITE YOUR CONGRESSMAN AND there were stored tons >| paper
of price control. No one- SENATOR. and Inflammable crate jnaterlal,
county causeway, recently changed
laborer manufacturer already beyond 'tcontroL
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wholesaler were -
to McArthur
Causeway, will be
or retalle.-na charge more for Just Road I I While the fin engine crew: was
plain 182 and
so on
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services or materials than the top for half dozen Just I fad .that adolescent boys make busy saving tht Heetoi Supply
a others. another *
price charged during a four-week straw In the wind IndicatIng Children in CourtBy splendid soldier because their warehouse the fire leaped to the
back lack of feat enables them to take ::
period In October. "But final loss of all local Morris warehouse, and "the: firefighting
these wartime price controls really a' trend to centralization. government -- Seat Kaleela RatfleU chances In many Instances wherean force was transferred

haven't Imposed any special difficulty older person would hesitate. there, and the flames extinguishedbefore
on anyone," reports Clay. I ------: When we_consider this theory, weTeaks reachingOl.' adjoining

ion a.: Moyer, Canadian retailer i PHYSICAL FEAR UNKNOWN. that, youngsters between warehouse of the zUraeslead Mercantile -
in the current Rotarian magazine.Delivery Board because of rises In costs of colored fourteen and seventeen yean of Co.. In which wag stored
A
small boy was arraigned
Imported.materials, the effort Is age are. capable of ,
committing
services have been curtailed on a charge of stealing a large quantity of lumber. .
not to adjust prices but even more serious offenses
but the time has not yet upward bicycles. Several older boys bad than a The fire was brought ttttdjr control *
to point but economies Id produeo- nature person.
come when customers must carry tlon and distribution Forced him to commit the theft about 12 o'clock: 43 The

their purchases, Mr. Mover, who Mr. Moyer. He foresees costa, reports and had promised to pay him a Miami tire department frSs summoned *
operates three grocery stores In the that evenafter dollar for each bicycle he stole. ,r TIle U. S. Employment Service when the flames were discovered
war "we shall have
Brantford. Ontario writes, add awl rwamt that and the zassoSIM* made
He refused to divulge the name new-sourest labor -
''''. oft gasoline and tire rationIng service Si4 :leaf{ ireamenL: . r of the older boys when questionedby will have to be tapped to plant i. record run. the chief trrtving
4fce
cancel the use of the delivery j Many forced' .f. rule* anderegulations the Judge, because he was so 'and harvest the nation crops. 'thirty-two minutes after the call
truck, the hay-burning old gray Ia ty the war are sound with thoroughly intimidated that btdared More women will be needed for 'I was sent in and the fire fighting
themag1eStandaidiaauo if
mart win deliver the goods' ru s not accuse them work on farms as well as boys and apparatus thirteen minutes later.
sizes of tine 'and
be ,' surprised Canadian U there I elaborate ethods packages, Joss The youngster was an orphan girls of high school age.AaxrlcaYthmem As It happened their aid Was not

tt ,any protest. when ClWtomenl y selling, la whose foster parent were too old needed. . The loss so far as e*.
have to carry home purchases belling, and ptckaglagrart: among to keep strict watch over him. ; f-; ; tabUshed Included: } the building
'* the things overdue la the food have become
and oflhe Homestead
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The older boys were) eventually machinery
No one knew In advance what 'liMhratry. . There will 'be fewersoap found and disciplined after the the chief. source of food for the Growers' Association value at

period was to be chosen as the operas', but larger takes;bf youngster had been removed to a 2$ United Nation that are fighting about 142,000 on which there was

test perkxT for fixing prices and -. Food package Will posses farm home where he was freed Hitler and his "'el11l... "2,000 Insuranci;;;.}Tberjs were)

October was chosen because It was less entertainment Tthi. *. but morevltamits1' from the influence of his forme . 23) packed crates Wt tomatoes and

before the law was passed, and no I, associates. Fame 1a'Ipor., popularity an 1.900 field cratesln the house.

artificial Inflation had act In. I Many youngsters art forced Into accident, riches take wings. Only . The estimated loss on these)

Wages, though fixed to a ceiling.I A man whole tuning out care delinquency by being challenged out thing endures, 'and that is was 2500. Although three wells
are tied to a "bonus" which fluctuates .Item. Imperfect work 'la turning V threatened into committing a character,-Horace Greeley.The art partially. standing; the Morris
with the costal-living In- out a careless; imperfect character dishonorable act When'they succeed warehouse 1* regarded as. a total

dex. Since the> price-fixing taw for himself. He is touching In first attempts and gain I loss. . ,"

went Into effect the cost of living (deceit every moment, and this un- the approval of older members of block of granite which was The three sportsmen. Cecil

has actually fallen slightly ',seen thing rises up from his work the gang, they art frequently em- an obstacle U the pathway of theweak I Hook Jim Gllmer and Allan Tib

Grocer Moyer has found. like a subtle essence and enters boldened to attempt more hazardous becomes the stepping stone I bit. brought home Viirty-twt al*

When protests come to the Canadian and poisons'bit souL-HeWy undertaking General Robert la the pathway of the Straus- ligators frgra a hunting trip last

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I JRERECTION \hind those'pledges? The promise tiarlea. They are at present visit

-j! 1IRS. T. V. IOOREMBACKGROUND Federation" GRAHAM URGES or .pledge in.a political platform 11 I I ing Dr. Em ma's brother-in-law
Is only at strong as the candi and sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. M.Holferty.
: ited work was given when Southern OFROBT.R.TAYLQR: date's character.1 but plan to return: to

I University conferred on her China as soon as conditions permit -
: the honorary degree of Doctor of Meanwhile they are answer.
Dr. Tucker to Preach
...JAABLE) SERVICE, Humanity. Ing many calls to speak lachurches

I I ..... In Presbyterian Church service clubs and army
,
!: :EitEKi4A3i7; ; .Moen of Miami, ans4date -I HOLMES ALLEN In a radio address to the voter Dr. Francis Tucker wW occupy camps. I
of Dade County:last week. State
: fW county commissioner in, the pulpit of the first Presbyterian '
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Local Girls WT Get
Senator J'.metiA Graham urged
District >, believes .that la U.qi&lca1 CALISFORMORECONSERVATION IA Church Sunday morning,
,., ,.. -.UmeI, !"haa.aU able- that jCounty Solicitor:"to Robert R. Rev. Ceo. H Ricks pastorof Degree at F. S. C.. W. :f
otflc Said
'tr tI ..j.ed.wm be.,called: upon' Taylor Yeoator."Bob"Taytols: b/-turned the church la attending th*
4, .Jo defend their country,"1t. behoove -, . the office. Smyth .lectures at .Columbia Taliban April M-Four i 11
'P;: Rv"7 'woman to prepare reoord in the Seminary,ia Decatur Ga. gjvta girls -trow Homestead are among; '4
: herself to. take their. places.I candidate IX attributed to bit ability and+I this year by Dr. a. R Lacy president the IM cancI14IleIlor degree onMy
Holmes J1ned, Jor'jW want'W'te that I took the
oo'tht I \you of Union _
; .iq political cities ,or bet'l seminary Stun 23.Miss
j. legislature In;GrouP,Two .wants dine-to go Into tt He has shown I
Ueh'otit which Mr. Kicks
.. ,Jf necessary. was graduated la Mary Dana: Brown, Miss
.. ""A woman has two iuumone sop*j wi14'life'conservatign"cawsenacted himself not only an ible' prosecutor 1331. Nina Pearl Bush and Miss Fern
next year. He 'that bUt astbonest one By honest I
: says Dr.Tucker
to her home and family the*other and his wife DC Robertson will receive the Bachelor
". to tier country," says Mrs. Moon."I pollution\ of florid streams is mean his record shows he baa not Emma Tucker recently returned tt Arts degree, and Miss'Ce i
their fish and the tried to -build up'a tremendous
destroying
from China where since ltd
have performed ray duty to thej celia Harper will receive the
my birds'out Is of convictions for
hooting of season number Just po
had labored medical
fcom, I have raised my family ,a* nissloa- Bachelor of Science degree.
but has
depleting the fame supply to suchan Ijtialammunition.
succ.astully-and.I am now ready extent that the children of the weighed each case fairly end impartially -
to devote my entire time to my present generation will have nothing and, yet ha so prepared
country In an office for. which I to hunt and fish for when his cases and a* presented themIn '
am 'well qualified.'* they reach maturity'unless something court that he has achieved an
Mrs. T. V. Moore was bom In is done to conserve the wildlife enviable record," j' PRESTON B. BIRD
Wheeling W.: Va. In July 1895 now. Senator Graham. who is now In
she married Mr. Moor in Jensen, A Jover of animals Mr. Allen Is Washington serving without pay'
' Fla. and cam to Miami that a breeder, and trainer of high as this eountji; representative j,,
Mm year. Both Mr. and Mn. grade bird dogs and.fox hounds. there, called attention to the fact For County Commissioner5th
Moor, engaged extensively in He -president of the Florid. that "a man seeking political office -j
farming Three children were State Fox Hunters' Association can make all kinds of pledges
bona of this union, Tbeo. W. T. and I director In the Nations Fox and promises. But what Is be- District
V: Jr,'and. a daughter Mrs. James Hunter*' Association. He has. I

E.: FusselL For over twenty yean been manager of the bird dog field the Redfearn prize. He Is a former '.
. Mrs. Moor has been associated trials conducted by, the Dad associate Judge of the Miami J 1 1teach
with Moor. Furniture Co. of Miami County Wild Life Federation for municipal court.

: the past three years.. HorowiU I* running on the slogan -,
Winner of th.'title, "Outstand Allen was born In Macon, Ga., of. "a aquar deal for DadeCounty"
._ Jag Citizen of Miami for 1JM," In IBM. Is married and has two I I Honest
.Mrs*.Moore has a background of two children. From J911 to 124, '

t.,, ..eivtc., service., Among important he traveled over the south buildIng .. Fearless
.' posts:Jhe baa held and work-she community house and organ-

'has-doneare the following ; I. Icing athletic teams in textile A tf1'A ,
Chairman of all women's acllvlbes communities: for,the Bibb Manufacturing -
t x r; of th* Red Cross in World Co. He came to Miami uctrr. Ertfftetic '

...,(- W#.i.;member Everglades 'Na-I In U23 and has been .a Dade Efficient
Association County Democratic committeeman .
t..It4lupal'Park : member i .
. -w-or. the committee wMch 'worked flue 1934. He is a former chairman . Civic-Minded ROa
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t;',., .to establish the-Kendall home and I of. :the.Dade County Democratic *
I. , hospital; member of. the board: of ComnSitteci 'IIlorowitz'

s, ,JackJon:Memorial Hospital,; past
j _presideot.Miami Womm';. Club; b Seat 4
second vice-president Dade County In State Legislature!

Community Chest; chairman of He .stands for business administration
nutrition, home community. serv- I Sol D.' Horowitz candidate forth "
I j u kv,Bad*,County Defense Coun- legislature In Group One has. in county government and economy
.8 i,;nil; member park board of Miami I been a resident:and taxpayer of I II

_, :. . ..., I I Dade County for 17 years. A without impairment of essential func'vtions. -
'::; ." CARD OF THANKS : graduate of the Miami ,
a I nlv'I *
-.:, Girl_ _Scout Troop 15 of HomesteAd schools, he attended the I :I , f . .
and Its troop committee of MiamI' and the University of Ii
' wish' to thank all who contributed Florida and Is now a practicing i

"generously to the making of attorney and civic leader of Mia- .Paid. Polltkd
AtIw..u..nU
cookie day for Camp Redland I mi Beach.In j H. L. (TOM)
success, 1937. he was co-winner of

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Fairness I I OF PAT CANNONYOUR


EfficiencyTen Supreme CourtA


; years as your County Solicitor hare Circuit Judge 44 years of CONGRESSMAN

shown Bob Taylor has these qualities age, with years active' judi.

Vote May 5th for cial In 141 experience.without opposition.A Re-nominated. Stand behind the man who is doing: a job in

World War Veteran who the midst of the crisis.

ROBERT R. TAYLOR at U enlisted a* a private and J
Paid roll served 12 months overseas with I
I the A. E. F. Participated la all {

County Solicitorir major American offensives and I' ,r
was awarded the Silver Star ,I
' tat to Twice lor Solicitor Clnn". 0. LV Cm/, Oak-sal Medal with oak cluster and theCroix ELECT
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: de Coerce.Educated .
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< 'in 'public schools, ; B. Cozattto

received,a degree of Business Joseph
Administration from Kansas I
State College, and I law degree
Elect, from the University of Florida. ,
.:. Va actively engaged In the ;
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tint of his appointment as CirJudge -
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Football boxing and track

coach at the University *f Florida ---.'- t' aced taxpayer ., ',
from 1123 to 112*. Dade Cewkiy fur owe lhaa '.

Representative Promote an experienced U rear*-a, Flartda far It
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Judge. Th Circuit Court is year ''I

next) to the Supreme Court Believes Ihat ....... Jall.fa .. (
GroupSYour which the highest State court.
meets required la all stateButlers. ii\
His years of training and ex. I
That meet rigid
perienc on the Circuit Court
and eeeamny must be practleed to i
Vote support ;
bench will be of great assist
snce to him as a Justice of'th* these perileo times. ,

Will Be Appreciated Supreme Court. IS
"Put Florida on a
Tear Veto and Support Witt!
Be Appreciate Business Basis"

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dren's Home Society, a director ,ofDm .. '1 ':' Girl Scouts PrrJTidrf,
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a director of Jacklon\'UI\1 OUR BOYS IN SERVICE t

PROMOTION TO I i Clvltan Club, president lr -1 The boys at Camp Rcdlahd
I alumni association of the college : treated to more han four 3
of law of the University of Florida %Xffl=:jMMAN and home-made cookies on W

SUPREME COURTCircuit and executive committeemanof nesday through Jhe efforts
First Lieut. Theodore Franklin now serving on the U. S. destroyer ;i
Edw C. DeSaussure Post of the
Homestead Girl Scout Troopland
American Legion has completed his training In the Herbert. His younger brother, ]
'parachute and has been assigned Thomas F., also 1* In the navy the troop committee J
Judge H. L. (Tom) So- In Gainesville he served as state corps The scouts wel1..lIJIiI5ted.
bring of Gainesville, candidate for president of the University to a permanent regiment. and his elder bro&herAJbertW..lsIn women of St. JohnVEpucop bjjj!
at Fort Bennlng, Ga.
He expects to be home on I furlough the army
Justice of the Supreme Court of Florida Alumni Association and Church, HomesteadMethodiil
the last of'May. All three enlisted before war wasdecl.red.
Florida, visited Homestead friends for has been
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many years I memo Church, First Baptist
Wednesday He Is seeking the ber of its executive counciLHe 'I Homestead Church of the :
Irving Loaner, youngest son of Dave, youngest son of Ch:3
office left vacant by the retire Is now president of the rent and Homestead
ment of the Hon. J. B. Whitfield. Gainesville Rotary Club, vice Mr. and Mrs. Max Losner, has Mrs Varnadoe will leave Church. Several donors
second for Cleveland to do defense gave
received a commission as day
" A graduate of the University of president of the Florida State lieutenant In the Medical Administration work In the factory of the Inter many as 100 cookies each. '

Florida law college, Judge Scbrlng Probation and Parole Association, of the U. S. Army. He Is national Carbon Co. where their The scouts were assisted also b]
Is widely known and respected a state director of the Children'sHome the city fire department h
eldest Otis Is also engaged *
a student at Louisiana State University son, ,
., throughout Florida for his legal Society and a state director Medical' School In New in defense work. checked the cookies In and j
ability and for his civic and welfare of the Florida State Tuberculosis a record of the donations,
Association Orleans 'where he will probably
Interests He was elevated to
.. the circuit Judgeship of the Eighth Judge Sebring Is active In the remain for another year. first Cpl. Judson T. Piche arrived READ THE WANT-ADS
Monroe Loaner private,
Judicial Circuit In 1934, after engaging Gainesville Chamber of Commerceand Friday from Boston to spend a
the Alachua class, was recently transferredfrom I two-week furlough with his
In the practice of law In County and Florida par.
Gainesville, Miami and Jacksonville -, State Bar Associations. He Is a Fort Knox, Ky.. to Fort Dix ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Piche, AIR rnitniTKiNrn .,

' and after1 having won nomination member of the First Baptist N. J. and his grandmother, Mri Catherine HOI.I FR BKATB IN: COWPOX '
AltenmM, I U I P. M. I ICklMm
Church of Gainesville Pickard. t
for membership l in the statelegislature a Mason
Its Atfltm. tic tin to,
: Lester B. Smith, private, flnt
I'i' from Duval County and a member of the Halsley C. Kmilllt.: teas I* IIIM P. M. ,
Lynch Post of the American Legion class, of the 265th Coast Artillery A4._. ,_. .__ .... tin h*
over strong opposition At the behest Edwin E. Hihlon of Homestead
has been transferred from San
! He also belongs to Phi Delta Venetian Skating Rink
of members of the bar of the enlisted In the navy recently and :
Pedro, Cal., to Fort Taylor In Key ..
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he Phi, national honorary legal fraternity t'tS W. ITIk An, Mini .
eighth circuit resigned
as
representative li awaiting call for active duty.
West His Mr. and Mrs
parent,
s from Duval County to Blue Key fraternity, national .
! honorary itudent Geo. W Smith, visited at Fort
fraternity,
accept the circuit Judgeshlp
il and the Acacia fraternity Taylor Sunday. !
Born at Olathe Kan.. March I. ELECT I
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1808 of southern parentage, Tom Pvt. James McConnell of the
bring was married to Elite Bishop, -
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, Sebring was educated In the public member of a prominent Welt army air corp will leave Saturday FRANK B. DOWLING'
schools of Colorado and Kansas or Sunday fa Luke Field,
Florida family. Judge and Mrs.
At the outbreak of the First Phoen-I, _.
'I Sebring are the parents of a 12- ix Ariz, after I furlough to 1
World War In 1917, he enlisted In
I year old ton, H. L. (Tom) Sebrlni/ which was spent here
the regular! army at a private Jr. step-father and mother, Mr. and I
when only 19 years of age Ho Mrs. R E. Insua He recently I STATELEGISLATURE

served overseas with the AFT completed a two-month course Inl| .
and actively participated In all Raymond J. Davis Has El Paso, Tex, and Is now taking! wt
Vie major offenses of the Amerl. Long: Service Record a radio course In Phoenix He!!) .* ,

van forces. plans to visit friends In Tallahassee '
After nine months spent with Raymond J. Davis of Hardee on the way back GROUP' 3 ,
the army of occupation In Germany and DeSoto counties, candidate for
he returned to the United railroad commissioner In Group Alton Whitehead of Florida CityIs A Redland District ,.

States to continue his education. One, believes that his experience now serving on the Ur S. S.
In 1923 he from property owner Ac:::.
was graduated .
of J5 years as a citrus grower Green. .
Kansas State College with i degree and cattle man and his experienceIn live for many"jears
of Bachelor of Science in I Ij j in behalf of citrus;' /:
public service equip him for Alfred C. Varnadoe, son of Mr. ;
Business Administration, after he the office. and Mrs. Trios. F. Varnadoe, is avocado and, farming .
had completed work In engineering :
After;scrying as
C and architecture.On the state house AL a.prisentdtivci I interests of South
,school opens a year from this fall |
he Dade.
J graduation Joined the in 191) he was attache 1 InCongress I .
coaching staff of the University oft for three years, then skrved I The program makes ,completion| a, .
Florida, where he served as football as county commissioner for at a normal :two)< year teacher yom VOTE WILL BE,trGREATLY
eight
boxing and track coach for i raining program within much less APPRECIATED'1P -
years and, finally as chief deputy I
a period of five years. It was during -" of the state motor vehicle'cornmissloner ,time than the. two' year* usually .
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this time that he studied for for four i required for the Florida''under* PdttlMl AJwtbnwnt) -.' j .11
years. :
the law. graduate certificate.

Judge Sebring has.been a lifelong 6'i.
Gives Teicher 1Ini1ig
Democrat and has alwaysbeen .T

active In the affairs of the Course in Two Year

Democratic Prominently party.identified with civ. In expectation; :;a 'lhort a'7bf ; !;

Ic,;fraternal, and welfare work In elementary school teachers, the I t We a.himNOW-
the state, he has a record of outstanding University of Miami School ol :ne
achievement In these Education has announced that a 'I' "r .

fields. special two-year training program -
While In Jacksonville, he was for teachers !
will go. Into, effect than
vice-president and executive beginning: June: 15 i i. f :: more ,ever i.{ '
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oh>lrman of the Jacksonville chapter High school graduates whq.re l.l"
of the Red Cross and a director qualified: may enter this grogramand "' I
and executive commiteemanof I by attendance throughout the < rob : :

., the Duval County Community two six weeks summer. .....iOll.of Xa. :
c Chest He was I director and secretary this year' and II'X"wen as f
of the St. Lqkei Hospital become qualified to teach In Florida the world. 'Iut, ftctClC'J'14; not .crriKurbon by attempting to waderBun ,

Association, i director of the Chil' elementary schools by the tune mean much U We jailed,to project *, ft* ,foundation .of law. andthese 1

two fundamental of clemocJuatice. ,. .

'-' racy at.home. The criminals whowould .1\
Criminals will not their '
ceas
destroy them must fee pun.
NORMAN BLAKLEY ished. "wear" against 'u* merely becaue

; ,we are busy with a war of our own. t

Instead .will loll. OMtroyandteal .. .
The criminals In Dad and Monroe they
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Counties HAVE been punished while with renewed energy and impudence ;.

Fer.. G. A.. Worley bat been State Attorney. -,if they can get away

They will continue to be if with IU .. :;"Lt I

LegislatureGraf he it re-elected. HU brilliant record .,.;, J
has established him able That til why w* need a proiewieo-
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3 1 and inexorable prosecutor ol aL experienced State Attorney who .
I has PROVED his ability to ferret out ;': IiIl'
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-eftfwiwr I :1 ': i : ; Of' and prosecute criminal a man i

Y.nklaa Nicks. C.rt.J.4i. i { ,i",=.k. like G. A. Worley now, more than if''

11..'" .! AMfirM UflMk served .:"f, ever before .7, F.-' ,

with American f rc.a f.t !_ yt.rfa I :, J \

PniH Ul'i keep him on the ]Johl'J.) .; ,
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dayy hospitaL Mrs Petzold is Presbyterian AssemblyThe f Marshell Woodson of Tampa, Dr. J
Around said to be recovering but Mr George E. White of Bradrnton and
In and Petzold condition is still critical. Rev. o-: H Ricks, pastorof the Rev. Samuel Bowleg of TamP .
; the Homestead Presbyterian I I *. 1
"I The W W. F. C of the Com- Church, was elected last week one
munity Church will meet May 6 of four ministers from S. Johns
j Homestead at the home of Mrs. Charles Clio- Presbytery who will serve as commissioners SIMMER: TERMS ANNOUNCED i
ton at the Presbyterian Tallahassee, Apr. SO-Dates for .
General Assembly which will meet the annual two term summer session .
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I The W S. C S. will meet May In Knoxville. Tenn.. from May 28 at Florida State College are

Mr and Mr*. Lonnie L. Hood Mrs. Frank L. Skill will leavetomorT'ow 8 at the home of Mrs Roy Chand- until June 2. This highest Presbyterian contained in the new summer
ler. church: court will launcha school bulletin. First session I*
announce the birth of a six- for Washington, D. C. -
four.:year Christian education scheduled from June 11- July 29;
pound son in the James Archer to visit her daughter Elizabeth,
i Smith Hospital yesterday. Mr*. who will be married the last of the Mr. and Mrs. H J Brockett will ,advance the second session, from July 27 to

I y; Hood U the former Miss Miriam month. leave Conn. Sunday for Clintonville : Other representatives who will August 29.

Burton.;
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Mr. and Mrs Glenn Woods of nesday to visit their son and Albert Brown of Tavernier spent ElectSTANLEY

0.L LaCross, Fla., and their ion Calvin daughter-in-law the Rev. and the week-end in town |

I former resident of Goulds, Mrs. Howard' Field, in Loudon I' MILLEDGE
Mr. and Mrs Loren Brown of
'Tenn.
several weeks
J have been spending 'I
Chokoloskce and her daughters, ] :
;. inQ9utdsy :. I: I Mrs. Lee H. Lehman will spend Lorna and Judy, have moved to

MrsT:E!:, KJrby returned Wed- I the week-end with her daughter the Doxsee cottage for the sum- STATE
neidayfrom iDcala where she Miss Helen Lehman in Miami !
spent several days with her sister Mrs Helen Hackler who has been met.Mrs. i ATTORNEY
Fritz: Schroeder visited M*. ,
Mrs.; S. P. Cook. visiting the Lehman has returnedto
her home in "jaml. and Mrs. E.!: A. Chase of Miami'

Mrs. R. E. Sherard and Infant Wednesday. '

daughter, Sarah Grace, were returned Mrs A. C. Albright and daughter "# Former Circuit Judge
tot theJ5herard home SundaY Miss Margaret, were guests of Mr. and Mrs E. W. Severy of
Mrs. Ruby Schmidt In Miami, Miami and her daughter, Joan President Dade County
Tuesday. were Sunday visitors her.
Bar AssociationFormer
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'Wm. Brodie I o( Redland wad NMNNMxxNNNNNNMNNN.Nn..NNN, MWNNN.N,
Harry M. Degler of Key West
taken to the James Archer Smith FLORIDA CITYBy Resident
Hospital; rf treatment Tuesday, 'I spent the week-end with his
jr f w -..;- Warren Setvry: family, k of Redland

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Firman of .NN.NNNNrrNrNNNNMN.N.NU.rNNNn
Mr. and Mrs Jack Branch
New York City spent last week Mrs Lucy Hole left Monday for and
son Jackie and
with Mr. Firman grandparents, Danville HI.after a winter with head were Tommy. White- Hear Him Speak
J, M, In her son-in-law and Mr. Sunday guest of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs.! | Holferty, daughter, and Mrs: J. S. Caves. Over WIOD
South AllapatrahGardens. and Mrs. Harold Sheffield., I
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;Mrs ,$Jt7inith? returned to Mr*. H. L. Rothenbcrg left Saturday went Mr. to and Miami Mrs.this Lester week Walkup for 'I j Each Monday, 7:15 P. 31.
tier home In Hollywood Saturday for her home In Greenwich a,
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs Each Friday 7:20 A. SI.
after spending'a week here with Conn., after visit of two month Jack Branch. ,

her son-ln-faw and daughter, Mr. with her brother and sister-in- (Polldr.l A4vmhtm Paid \>t.a trltndlI .
and Mrs, .Augustus Wynn. law,, Mr.. and Mrs. Wm. J. Ger- Mrs Jim Coker returned Tues-I -- -

I onimo. day from a three-day visit with '
i IkrSt lcJauCl Hl) lgle and infant her I II
mother
Mrs C.
I Martin
I aohh '>hnvw ibeen spending the Mr. and Wrs. t. H ,Booke and Homestead. of
I': winter,ini&ou'th: Allapattah Gardens daughters, Misses Louise.and Virginia : ]
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'left Monday for their summer left Monday for ,heir homeIn Royland Demere
I. norne'ir/'Qorham! Me. Sonora, Da* Buddy Booker lest :ipent Sunday at the of home Everglades of MrandtMrti I FUNERAL
I 1\\ d1UOY- a week aljt track.! SA S. T. Demer
I I ,T. C. Shaekleford of Homestead - *!?' I I It
, / underwent for Roy Chandler attended thJ Bo- HoE II
an operation
I. Mr. and Mrs A. E.!: Roach of i :
, appendtoftiaUlift James ArcherS tary convention held Hollywood Miami visited !
Sunday at the D.
,1 itl\.# Wtt-li'Wednesdty. last weep L-.,S**:, ';'" W.Walker home. I I' 2441our Ambulance Service I

I'. l.{ B. Danzey and his daughter, Mrs Anna Baer and Walter Fred 1 11iniLd'lbne
WANT
.,Ii FTeM'week for Cleve- left Sunday. tot New Jersey.. ADS PAY JL, LADY ATTENDANT !
.. ,. lap w.-ti Non Ill visit another '. 1 i ..,v.. Mt. . 2301 Homestead, Fla. :
" dau hter. Mill Shirley Danzey, The Red Cross room will be I I
All Florida Is
.s and other relatives. open on Tuesday afternoons only Taming I
I during the summer. Everyone Is :

1' s. DaVora Hockey and ber asked to help with this Wort. t WILBURCKING I
'1 bro! icr Harris Delk; returned to .4 w ;;11:' 13 M
Bwto.
Connor
:! Red uid, Monday'' after spending Mrs. C hs4s C.llaton..leifl rr ne Producers' Candidate for he-elect Marshall C. )

is .' sev al weeks In Blackshear, Caden day for Key West Rairoad Commissioner I, I

N T..McCJiajVifjr. former 'resi* Mr. ant Mrffl.rIJiiu16 left <.Against PEOPLE Jwrjr AH CartM! WAIINO-CMP N., III. \
UP t. MM
.I of Homf| who how lives Thundafor F H4>l iercei'Yr'a tmniUmit ., M. c*._. whir* WISEHEARTTO I ,
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I' at | elen Ga. was a visitor here Twmt.., SIMM m4 T...-
r' yes rday. He arrived in MiamiThursdajijtp Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mock left RlK.dti
.101 t....001111" Itt.f Mr ... '.shat' i
last for Ore
Eugene,
: J.'be.p\e..lUULof Tuesday .
\ t VIED Kim A. A>.. F.- 0.
-s l axi ughter. M _M.n.nNeeb:of n. G.._. thnklM BE: I. .... _. '
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: 112! 8. W.' IStt,vtreet,'for. several Staff; Sere't' Richard Msttson Is f/eht. .fr P.ds.n 4b ...a.._-uii.hM0..MOP
; Ile Q. MacDill Field near Tampa Is M.re note .aer In P.N.pw. -11-
expected Friday to spend the jl jlof .end L 7NC bring PROPLR ast.d.arl.n NERD leA-FIGHT.a. .: 1

J."d Mrs WalterWeiss have'o. week-end with' relatives -here. ; I #war. .M C.. .has.':",=,his..:u= LEGISLATUREGroup
as t guest, Milan Bump of.Saddle I tM MMto. k. I. FOR the ...w1
..1 BI. N. I. + Miss, Ethel Lott suffered s SAND Ml nOKSNT SURRENDER
wAst t. BIS ENTIRE: RECORD to aI
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If. and Ii rs.rte W. J Tick of : 'aI.. _AS RAILROAD R-.ty and fOMMISHIONEE('**rvn. p
Coijd* and rteV son. Wilbur left Mrs Ely Bruckert of WlIsall'j I .. will W as MM t*, for oho >..>!.-. I
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Mont. arrived Monday I
thliAveek to- ptnd the summer in k. will NOT m lr mn MkS. ... May
A Alliance, O, her parents,-Mr. and Mrs.,Her. now. The. how OLD..rib.Iri...*.. MI< NEW MM, I r ,I

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I WOMAN'S CLUB AND JUNIOR CLUB GIVE' WHaT CAVES TO WED MESS GLADYS: ANDERSON BECOMES BRIDE" -4' I

ANNUAL JOINT INSTALLATION DINNER MISS Tb ELIZABETH engagement of LOCH Robert Milton ] OF HENRY KITCHEN IN FORT LAUDERDALE;'\

-- Cave, son of Mr. and )Ira. --

At the annual Joint ImlaTlatinn I risen, recording Mrtory; Mrs. w. B.. Cave of Homestead,-and Mia Glady' Andenflh'and Henry ''Mrs. Philip Cadvralfa? MrS Win,

c dinner *t th*, Woman* Call of' Virginia Walton, coneapondUm: Mia Elizabeth Devil Keen.'d utMr Kitdwy both M Modelia. wasp Erpebbach, Mit. Bj.M/ad>u'leIer.o'
Homestead and the Jupsor w ear sserctorr.', Mrs. Ted 0Jd..dart.1 cf tile Rv. aad Mrs.:E. H. marrtod.di in Tort Laudertale, .TbJ. Mt*.:"arguer.it*.,qallaozi,.a lasut a.
.*.. Qub .t.Hesnastoad Deli last treasurer; nd Mn, ABtd i Bar. Knelt of Orlando, is Aneaneed. by rlt-io''cJD k. Clifford: Mason and, Mr r, ,E.: PJI .-.

night In Bamboo Tavern, Mrs. J row,, auditor. the parents f the bride-elect., , "Two.'Miami: F. Hammett became presides ."< Junior club members wa* went 1. Mia Koch was graduated from Schmidt;and-Mn,'Hilda 4"&rpett. tars,Peanoa, sod T .r')l4 iT"r:CSC..

the senior club and Mn Augustan transferred to the senior club tile University of Alabama sad.1iI Neb;>;eeotni> 4ie4''tbeni--to Fort from,. Coral Gables., Mn.C, .T.I.Fucbs. ..,
Wynn. became president ef the wereMr*. K. E. --. Mr*. E. now teaching in tilt high;school Laudentak'to..wtoai,fhi-- and"Jrom Jort Lauderdale,' '
Junior chib. A. Buchanan Mn. Robert Glens at Palatka.Mr. moD). ': Mrs.Barney Bishop :5 '

Mrs. Sydney L. WtlntrMib of Jr, Mm 1*. B. Greene; Mrs Bird Cave t* attending the Vmveralty 'The bride-wore"whit with white Otters invited WeN Mrs.: L &'!-

Miami, put president e( the Dad and Mia Pearl 'WbIt er. W Florida trees which he aooeasorMs.' ,Klopp Mr*. R. A. Holmes Mr/,
County Federation of Women" Hostess tat Ole evening weN: win be graduated ea May,X Be Lydia J3o iiman, Mn. Robert:
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Clubs, w** guest speaker and Ins Mr*. CronwaO. Mrs. Shanklla, is student assistant la the depart. Attar tht, ,ceremony they returned Lance Mrs F. L. McUwaln. l41'IC(; ",'
tailing officer. Mr*. J. Avery Mrs. A. X.Pant Mr*. Stanley Witt meat of chemistry at the university ; to Homestead before rtartmg Sadie McDwaln. Mrs. M' ".C.i"

Cuyton of Miami, president of the kop Mr*. W. W. ADan and Mr*. and after graduation will work 01I honeymoon trip to Murphy\, Mrs. Orvtlf Day, Mrs,.
Barrow for laW _.tIr' while be Indiana and Canada., When they
county federation, also gave a degree Walter Gaby. Mrs. Mary Furry.-
short talk. Special guests at Ole meeting serve a* graduate auditaht He return in the fan they win live Mrs. Mason Roberts, '''n. Ceo! .
betide those mentioned on the,1* a put president of the Affiliate In their home, the former Simmons Wright,' Mrs.' V. M. myth,'"
TIle was opened withan j
program solo "America" program were Mrs. F. M. Hier- to the American Chemical Socle- place, on the Dixie Highway! Mrs. W. X. Haas, Mrs. EvaCaitellow ",

accordion Walker, follow, by onymns, Mr*. Oua. Pratt, Mn F.J[ty and a member of Leigh Chemi Th bride 1* I daughter of Mr. ,Mrs. E L, ,Kelly,'',
Miss by
Virginia M. Kent, Mr*. Wm. Lounsbury and real Society and Mn Laurie Anderson, pioneer Mn Alvab Lee Mn G C
salute to the flag and a bleat
log the by Mr*. Irene Shanklin The Mr*. Stewart Halt Th wedding will take place at resident who operate a store in' Rivers, Mrs. Harvey .Rue. Mrs;
Senior club members present the Koch home on Jon 14 ModelloTb : I". D. Barnes, Mn: Geo Barnes,
address ot welcome liven by
was
were: Mrs. H. I$. Beattie, Mn bridegroom cam her from Mrs. J M. Barnes, Mr Edna,
Mn H. K. foul, and tile response
Adrian Jacob, Mrs. Herman Indiana a year ago. : Mrs ;
Mrs. Mn O. Cash, Mn J. F. ,Hammett ,
W. Calkin. by Wynn toast to the Mark, Mrs. J D. Perkins. Mr*. The CalendarMay I Last Friday the bride was givena Ja*. Edward;Mr*. Sam J. Davis
gave a %eke Martin Mrs. J. F. Dixon, surprise shower at the horn of Mrs Ray, Wilson 'Mrs.';Monroe .
senior club and Mn.
James L. Bird president, a toait to tb* Mr*. Shore Mn. H Rungs Mn Meeting of Episcopal i Mr*. Anna Backer by even of her Wilson, Mn. Harry JUner. Mrs.-
club Walter Weiss Mr Franklin, Mn Auxiliary at home of Mn:. J. G friend Mn Backer Mrs. Schmidtof James Nesbitt, Mrs. tvPacettI
junior preiidentTh Foulk, Mn. Cronwall Mrs. Ham- Roman. Miami. Mn A. C Albright Mrs Eva: Livingston,.Mrs."J. Jones;'
other officer Installed for mett, Mrs. Kate, Mr*. Shanklln, I May Garden Club pbt-lucl Mn: C. F. Waldron. Mn C. G.Calderwood. Mn Sarah Barger, :Mrt.- Casper"
the woman'a club were Mr*. H. Mn..Paul and Mri Catkin dinner for soldier In city park. Mrs. R. L. Scott and Williams, Mr*. DanWP1iamis., Mrs.*,
O. Cronwall, tint vlrt-pret1den.: ,Junior.tub I of I Mn Lena Knowles.
members" present May Business meeting E. S. Pickering, Mrt; : '
Mri R. O. Shore, second vlce- were: Mrs. Fletcher Bryant; Mn Homestead B. P. W. C. The rooms were decorated with Mrs E. C. Hill; Mrt : : I'
president, Mr*. Hedbert Katz, Ceo H. Fitzpatrick, Mn 'T J May Meeting of Redland P. pink gladioli.' The ihower gift Mrs. Clara "ylhlea/ ; :

recording secretary Mn Ida lienenberger. Walker, Mrs BirdgMn. Buchanan T. A. executive committee. were I"lIced&IIder I. huge, pink. Core, Mrs. Dime S I

corresponding<<'rtW'7.Milo . Mm J. P. Franklin treasurer and Harrison Mr*. ,Oldendorf,' Mn In Legion hill. the table in the dining room:, Jackson, Mn:.Edna .
Mr*. T. E. SUdig. auditor Wynn, Mr. Wright, Mn Walton, May Meeting of :_Naranja :.Mr*. Ceo.:.Wright 'gave: ;.two J. B. BoJMa/A c

Mn Burley Deady was Installed Mn. WlUkop, Mr*. Allan, Mn Chapter O. E. S. reading__Two !contests. much en- Mrs J.) a'B *'

first.vice-president of the Junior!i Bal1Ow,y'.fJ.\ >garet AlbrightMiss lollYMeetln& of Preabyteri-. .. -' ioyd ,were won by: Mj-.,Mary Chamber*,,,Mr*.',& i.Mr
group; Mn. Olin Wright, second Birdie Horn and Mill Whit- an Auxiliary; in church.: .--* Furry and Mn Hilda ErVenbtWkMr : *. Edw. Bamr%,,
vice-president, Mn. Roberta Har- I..., 1 May 11=Meeting of Monday *. Backer,had .char Haas and.'Mlu .
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Music Club at home of Mrs C. guest book* -
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FRIENDS SHOWER MISS 'EDWINA: fctOSE Hagler Rice: ,served Cake and orange; juice ,were' .. r. w. cl-.ro"M
I I May II-AII-cI. meeting of W.
WHO WILL WED IN PUERTO Rr oUNDAY S.C.S. : Out of town friend Invited' were MONDAY NIGHT

--Presbyterlsn'luxll from Miami, Mrs. L T. Pearson, The Homestead B.
May arybirthday "
I Mr. V. M. Carson Mn Eitelle hold Its MAr JI
Ml1 Edwina Close, bride-elect The guests 'were'Mrs. I Lloyd party at home of pr..adMn. ; I
,Eason, Mrs Jake Eason, Mn D the Chamber of,
of Charles Fortenberry, was hon Field, :JJrufiNell Scarborough, Carl F. Roblnion
D: Carver, Mn J J Bazemore, ins Monday night'*t
ored with a lingerie shower Tuei- Mi-, TJ Eayiff JUn I*ami. MnWasf May 19-Meeting of Redland ":
day evening at the horn of Mri >n0Crostm Mn J. E. Close Woman Club.
Ivan Moier where Mrs. MoierMn Misses Antoinette 1 and ;I(Helen May 2ft-Poppy day sale :.." 1 uvea nun *rtli tf* "t a ..

Ceo Estill, Miss Rachael Moye, Min Lucille Westj! Miss I May 27-Pot-luck cupper meeting -
Cowman, Mill Elizabeth Mcllwuln Evelya*-Dallinger,.,Miss-Marjori of University Club at home of t
and Miss Marybelle Clbbi were Red-.J.f..' Mary McNeill Miss Mrs L' R. Becker In Florida City Jack DIXIE DRUG, :

hoiteiie I Louise Harris, Miss Ethel Anderson I I II P.lk :
Miss Close will leave by plane Mist Lillian Swilley Miss
tor San Juan Puerto : MRS. aVE IS HONORED homes II and 111
Saturday Mary Bradley Mil Mary Jo I .
,Rico, and she will be married I Close and Miss Louise Deartng'Giftswere BT RAIN OK SHINE CLUB ;

there Sunday I :received frohv Mn I Mr*. Frank B. Rue wai honor Everybody serving now-tt'* America'a home front U
A pink, blue and white color Fred Dewhunt Mia Martha guest at a luncheon and hiadker- waitefuliwu save maUruJs-to get extra dollar
scheme was carried out in the Close, Mist Bonnie Groover, Mill 'chief ihower given I by Mrs. Frank fenae bond Budget shoppers-see the IeIltednJ: :
decora tloni. L. Skill for members of the Rainor ing this aale On finest quality money-back .
Mary Delk, Mill Anna Moon Min -
due, too,.Hurry while the best value last. i
The gifts were presented to Mill Eleanor Sullivan, Miss Mary Shine Club.
dote In a model airplane France Arthur, Mill Rose 'Peter.son Coven were bid for Mr*. Fred

Sandwiches, cookie and iced Miss Mary Ellen: Dearing and Redd Mn Lee H. Lehman, Mrs. Pig of j I ", I
tea were aerved Min Edna Booth.HOMESTEAD C. J. Parman. Mr*. W. E Rheney,
Mrs. Julian H. Webster,' Mn I SIAZET MCIKINtn41 / ,

HUBERT SMITH HEADS W. I.. C. .. HAS Helen Hackler, Mr*. Rue and "Mrs.Skill. ox.sire PureteitZINCSTCAKATE

JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB I ALL-DAT STUDY MEETINGAn '' 1'I'
all-day minion study course
Hubert Smith elected
wa president r
The Redland P. T A. executive
"Christian Road of American
on Save ,
of the Stephen Foster JuniorMusic now on these Hems
Club at a meeting of the i Democracy" wa held by members committee will meet la the 'schoolat bf flaunt *eality For but:
'lot the W_ S. c. S. ef the Home- S;IS Tuesday Need c* to the
flub Friday afternoon the borne Resell
'stead Metbodlit Church In the Drag Store
of Mabel Ruth Pop Dorothy y ass si ,..
Sunday school room Tuesday.
Moon was elected vlce-pmident I
Taking part on tb* maniac pro
/Tdet Parman, secretary: Hilda '
gram were: Mrs I.- S. CspUnger ,Ruttc&t WITCH' HAUL
Dodion. treasurer and Van Rheacy -,
historian. .Mn, J. A. McNeil, Mn. Sam J tarJ ,
;Davis" and JIrL"ta WIJIJ.ru. On .
Van Rheney, Hilda Dodson and 'the afternoon program wer: Mn. >>i' Y
Ardel Parman were appointed to' eti1l3e1 oiaiio LUG
David Williams, Mr*. C. D. Faker, N
make a lilt of member who arc Mrs Lewis Braadenburg and Mrs. ( s ,
..U'lb'to receive dub pin*. ludOlpH YOUBf. '"\ C Creaser, oconessy be. Get Elkayli'for i

The program consisted of, cur.I A covered: dish luncheon wu eaves evesi when Aatlseptie deleted *,.*. AM" )
: 'ikon" rjota,
rent events by Dorothy Moon and served.
with peal.parts of off. :, I
Barbara Jean Waketield. piano I Others present were: Mm T A. water When new f

solos by Noel Sleffanl and Junior, Ferguson Mn. Ceo. Ramon, Mn.H :::; 'y
'. Pope, and a vocal duet by Mary L. Brown and Miss Helen_ Stay ; "
'. den Daring and Hilda Dodion. I ..... ; ;dads PULL PINT V 1t9ft"1
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Real Estate General Insurance I cleiBtinc 6 oz 04uS FULL,.

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Friday. May 1.1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paw Nine


i BRIDAL SHOWER IS GIVEN IN HOTEL I held next fall.

'" I FOR MRS. SIDNEY KENDRICK, JR.: During will Mrs.take Skiffs turns absence being, patrols la.

-- charge of the meetings. Mothen
Social Events i i Mrs. Sidney L. Kendrick. Jr. Among the guests were: Mn. I:. will be present at the meetings
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A. Buchanan, Mn. Witt-
Stanley
was given I miscellaneous bridal SCOUTS ENJOY BIKE ON.
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Icon. M*. W. D Mahan, Mn. Carrie
I shower Friday evening In the Ho- BICYCLES
MWuUopgtt. Mn. A. W. Jones,
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tel Seminole by Mrs Blanche By Barbara Rene
j Mrs. Goldle McCready, Mrs. Ruth
,WEDS MISS THEO VAUGHN...
-EDWARD-KIRBY Chapman and Mrs. Harry Deller.I fabeett-Mrs. Lamar"Kandrick, We left Mrs. Skill's home at I

;-OEDCALA: : IN CLEARWATER CEREMONY I I Mrs. Kendrick Is the former bans Mq :Bryant Bowden,' Mrs. Earl fclock. On the hike we. found

-- Louis Pacettt. PsMtl. Jr. Mrs. Florence PacetU wild edibles, the balsam apple,
J/-a.ia ; Ji.l The evening was spent In games Sin. '
Lloyd Delta Mrs Boyd Cohomow palmetto compile, smilax use"peppergrase
Edward Klrby Jr, ton lift la OcaU. She'la a graduateof
Thomas and contests. .
iMrs E.: a Xaplinger! seascape anclll&1tao.
T. J:. Kirby of Ocala High School and a member Punch and cake were served by I
MrtiVtfLVA.PV'? I airs. Anna Messennith.. and Mrs. We stopped to look at the beautiful
thst Trianon Club. At the
.z jbxaedi waa-marrIH la Clearwater *t I the hostesses. .CuMl Jolnr. fly Catching vine called pelican
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tim of her marriage she WM tta- '
: vine. Arltalochia Is the fern \
to fcaiurdar'afternoon to MUi11arhey''vaulht.
ployed at thar Central TnleIC"L1MaID I II
PVT. LUKE OF CAMP REDLAND ly name. On was twelve inches
: [ daughter of Mr. this city. SPEAKS
'W arid'jlft'i''\WlWVaughn of OcaU. "Mr. Klrby: the ton of Mr, and ON COMMERCIAL AT across Another had caught so
.' 'Mr*..'$1rbyt''Witnessed the eer. Mn. T. Xirby.of Homestead'I ART, CLUB MEETINGThe many flies you could from hear constant -
buzzing around the out

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'inony'3ielr where Mr.' Kirby-attended :high I Martin Luke, clan, others i side. '
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: j ""VetMlng., the bride school and later, the University private present. were; Mn.
chose I 'Jla'1 biu\ suit with which of Florida at Gainesville., Be Is of Camp Redland. former freelance Fran 1 Hausraan, Mrs W. R. AnWreon .' Then we found a sisal $UM and
.6sht'.iwore'b@4g&-secemries," Mid now connected with Central truck commercial artist and graduate ., ( ,Mr. E.,M.T A..nen. Mn. beat It to get the fibre. to make
of Pratt Institute, was guest Ralph KlngmBAMiss Elizabeth SHall rope. > M
of
th..oeeIa.Motblnc Banner Ap. Llnei in Tampa, where. the c&uple
,4-til 2C In Mttnr of the marrt- will reside"" "( speaker at the meeting of the, Mn. B. E.Gatlin,. Mrs. Herbert Afterwards we went to Mr. Fred
Homestead Art Club at the horn Fuchs' home and he snowed ua
KaU Mn. Alva H. Crouse
'.1.' Rer shoulder corsage waif He it a member. bf Alpha Gamma ,
yellow daffodils and delphlnl- Rho fraternlt'. of Mn. E. L. Stream on Silver Mrs.. .W. .a K. Pendleton, Mrs the orchids, beautiful ferns,"and a
''' ", .. Several showers were given the Palm drive Monday afternoon. He- Eugene Fontaine Mrs,Ben Archer cactus with gorgeous crimson

uttr."Mrt.. Kirby. his lived aU her bride In Ocala last'week.' was presented by Mrs. D. G. and the Rev. Robert H. Spear. blowoms. Then we saw, his collection -
: Spellman of the program commit of rare native woods and
: NN his polishing machine so we couldsee
'MR. AND MRS. W. T. McCONNEL /'GIVE tee.Each member brought flowers Homestead Girl .ScoutsThe how he gave the wood such a

It I' BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR MRS. McMURRIA.1 to form i bouquet which with accompanying I shiny finish.

.r' vase and message was scouts brought cookies to He let us try out a large mahogany .
sent to Mrs. Frank Webb, tint nut bowl and crackers he
'A' surr1s4'part} at which Mr. field, Mo., who was the first'to vice-president and program chair. the meeting Tuesday afternoon at had made. The best part was it
:"ahd Mn.: Wk McConnell;. entertatned' blow up a balloon and a whistleat Frank Rondalson, Is in the James the home of Mn. Frank L. Skill had nuts in It and It really worked.
to be
:." :recently at their home the same time. Archer Smith Hospital given to the soldiers at Camp Mrs. Fuchs brought out a.pitcher .

lit,'McClure''Manor honored Mn. Another feature of the partywas A salad course and fruit Juice Redland. of Ice water which we enjoyed
: : Henry. "McMurrta of Columbus, the taking of.'pictures.Ice were served by the hostesses, Mn. Dues for the eorning'year must very much.
'Ga. who' Mr. McMurrIa ii and I beautifully be paid Tuesday. W* reviewed the
,with cream Strange and Mn. Maud E. Chand. Mr. Fuchs gave us some soap
: spending several. months in Home decorated birthday! cake, were ler folk negro spiritual, sea scout, berries.

,.u a.., : served. mountaineer and co'NboYlOnl' we We enjoyed our visit with Mr.
A,number, *f games and contests Those J 1vlted'Included: Mr. and have learned during the year. and Mrs. Fuchs very much and
were enjoyed during the evening Mrs. McMurrla, Mr. and Mrs. E. Young: People HoldInstallation i The court of awards will be hope we can come again some time.
under\ the,direction of Mrs. L. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. R. J:. ServicesThe
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1 LovetV Newel 1 On contest in Edwards Mr. and Mn. J. Lee cr rT'O' 'crrI

i which- all.persona having birthdays Smith Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Craft of Homestead : ELECT
young people I .
Mr. and Mn.. Rudolph Cosaman rjta*
in April, participated was Church held Installation .
., by Louis Muer.ch of Spring- Mr. and Mn. A. D. Smith Presbyterian
won I 1
services Sunday
evening
Mr. and Louis Mr. '
Mn Muench John D. Noble
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: 730 o'clock for officers ,
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It. we.):: I and Mn. J. L. Burton, Mr, and : ,
..1'Da.DDLTVCU&: SPEAKS elected. .
recently '
Mn. L. L. Hood, Mn. Virginia
"AT,*UXILIAY JIEETING Bond Bitting was installed
Mn. S. L. Mrs.
Edwards, West I
.) Dr. "Emma" '''tucker spoke on Newell. Mn. Murrah and Bill McConnell president; Miss Dorothy Behrens, % .COUNTY COMMISSIONER
!'"Christian Education in China" at rice-president; Bob Douglas, secretary *

the- meeting of 'the Presbyterian ; and Miss Irene Jackson, J DISTRICT NO.
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Auxiliary) at the home of Mrs. C.: PRINCETON GROUP treasurer. I -
Ben Fluromeri April 23. Mrs. T. MAKES CLUB TAGS Highway chairmen are aa follows I Eighteen Years in Dade County. j

I.. Hodges bad,charge of the pro-' Members of the Princeton Home : spiritual life, Vernon Jackson I . Veteran of World War No. 1.
$r'am. I Demonstration Club who made ; foreign missions, Blair : '
2 Years Director of Miami Realty Board.
Plans were made for holding a club tags for achievement day at Hlckson: Christian education, Mia
i, rummage? sale in Gould on May I a) work meeting Friday at the Avis Bitting; religious education 1 Year Chairman of Board's Zoning Com l

2. and for an auxiliary birthday home of Mn. W. W. Bethea came Richard Hlckson: and stewardship mittee.

party at the home of Dr. and Mrs.,.to the meeting on bicycles. Miss Wanda Sickle. The O'S.. Years Chairman of Dade County Zon. j
''VCarl T. Robinson on May IS. All] Attending were: Mrs. J. I. Mur. comradeship committee la made ing Board of Adjustment.
.JKYaMHei'. of the church are Invited ray, Mrs. Walter Peterson. Mn up of Miss Ha Jean Irwin, Mill .
: to the birthday party. R. L. Hobson Mn. Roy Wltten- Ann Hlckson, Miss Beth Gautler /hl. P.Utk.i. Ad.eeS.ee.s) t
Present were: Mrs. J. A. RicksMrs. .'I wyler Miss Jean Coldren and Mn and Miss Evelyn Sykes. '" '' '" c 'c HJ

.. ... O. Hathaway Mrs.; A. F.' Bethea.

Arthur, Mn. R.-E. Trotter, Mrs.I -
J. M. Holferty Mrs. Paul Haley,'j Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield, Mrs. RESTORE DIGNITY TO A HIGH; COUNTY OFFICE J

Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. M. M. Black I Carl Anderson Mrs. Fred .Subei MRS. T.
VOTE FOR V. MOORE
Mrs. W. H. Owens, Mrs. Gertrude and Mrs B. E. Gatlin members i

Batchelor Mrs. B. E. Gatlin, Mrs I,lof the Homestead Home Demonstration FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 3 I
Grace McLellan Smith, Mrs. J. C. Club attended the county i
Eby, Mn. A. A. Payne Mrs. N j I achievement day program In Mia. WHAT SHE PROPOSES:

VanGeldren, Mrs. Vane N. Harris,jml I yesterday.
Mrs. R. C. Jackson Mrs. R. N.I r To work for the elimination of all non-essential

Herman, Mrs.. M. W. Kent, Mrs. expenditures.To J
Glenn Bute,. Mrs. A. F. Darling, Announcement

Mrs Plummer., Hodges" ,Dr. Tucker and Mrs. DR. R. S.: SPJCKARD promote the( Commissioners.unity of purpose and effort amongall J


.- and y To represent Dade County Q

a; STUDIES KEDLAND: BOOK. 8. C. 8. DR.: C.:C. RAY filtlt.+ manner and restore the dignity to this high
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office which it merits. !
'r- The Rev difect- ,I
,j : W E. Rowell are new aase*lated with -
'' edr study of Holfi "Christian ( To work unceasingly to induce industry necessary : ;
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!, Roots of Democracy In America 1 DR.RS.AKERSDENTIST ,' to national defense to locate In Dade
1I I at Air:.alt-day'meeting of Redland
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,t .At eovendrdiah luncheon was rOf11oe \ . c.... Pulltlral01.. To serve to the best of her ability every day 9t': :

I !HrvW to tt>ds i.present: Mr. and Ifoatrs.} i I the week. !
t a. M.;I* av. ABatuUnTlTte .
Anna MesserE \,
Itho Up, QM E:, Deuel, Mrs.I ; 1111TM '
'J'W':- ,en1rt "Mrs..H. J.'Arm.ittoga..zrw" .\...... I' r

Stillman, Mrs.. .", rI
Ceo W. Turner, Mrs. M. A. Baker.I K. W' MTH JT bun. GLASSES I for: Delicious Home Cooking 1
Mrs. Jt ;
>.,M./Brannon, Mrs. August "
I ,Heuer .Mrs. M. M. Ramsey and rnoNx. > VT,i*m'. Keep Yon'D like Tropical Cafe for
Jane Moore. .I
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AwAsO.eat..d tasty pleasant at* ',
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Wave Ten 'pHO'MESTBXlVLEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, Maf): 19 -

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;Tennessee .' if; camas fc lied iOP" 'France for tw years in tit; First that it might be a good..Idea-iJ" it she -

FIERY-HAMILTONFLAYSCONGRESS County 19-y&dr'ltlgo.' H sMdied;j! OFF .BOARDS, World ,War. I know.what'put.boys Instructed I substitute ,In. tee I
+weqWc; l: eiwioeertngi '...a.ha.j are going through, and.I lrknow' I duties of her Job. "A substitad.T"g _
worked on everything from bridgesto pREAUS TO CUT what /they will haw la' go through her superior atked. ':Wtxl. "111,
j hotels He la now studying after-tte' war. ,Pbm> rnufl $e case of an air raid;' the lady silo.
law, after.'yll st"NSOlnt"buit' tis worked.outo, provide for them "I don't think I'd want\, tt g$; out
jFOR? BICKERING l home at l1p.,N4,WHiOa; -s tr. r;tTAXESBLAKLEY: ; land 'tRult l famlllps througtl"postwar -:I In an air raIl"-The NeflnrorketELECT .

MiamI. ... recoaitnicUon project/ I
.tyte '
I I| A.-plbUc, defender lor ..tunlty .
I of state expenditures . .- .
Ed Humrtlon. urtallment!
; fiery young lawyer 92 Murder Convictions of Miami for a year, Blakel; rcp- .
'from West Palm Beach who Is "(or the duration can be resented and defended those ,Who I f

campaigning for the'office of con. Obtained by Worley Jcoomp4lshed by abolishing unnecessary I could not afford to employ an attorpey I .'IfI

greifmiin on I platform ot "100 Since O A. Worley has been bureaus boards and commis.lgns In fighting. He was for the'one ot depositors the leaders In I .EUGENE-;B. mm ,

per cent action In the war effort", says Norman N Blakley, .. : ..
sta.te attorneyfor Dade and Monroe the jnvejtlgatlon of the defunct i
spoke In Legion Park here last counties. he has prosecuted candidate.foe the\ house c-t 'representatlves Both,he and his wife; Florence; I
night. 117 murder cases with 92 convictions In Group 3. Mr Blak-. Ime resided In Dade, County for:
!This Is time for to
no congress: ;and 25 acquittals. resulting, ley, Miami attorney, la a former: nearly twenty yean. ; I'I
spend In bickering over pensions his friends declare. judge of Miami', municipal night. I ItourL 'I'II"
for congressmen: tan-clantlrl. -
half-price\ hair cut* .and ,peelal'prlvllee. In !addition'they point out he Eugene:Hunter Runs I
for Its .numbers" laid has prosecuted, one' kidnapping Btakdy-gained experience, In School BoardEuiteite'
legislative for.Dade
proceeding and
has routines
Hamilton. "I believe that' winning case .10 rape capes led par-
ticipated In 61 proceeding for the In 1911.when. he was private
the war la the most Important .
Hunter, Miami
secretary for hii frspdfather, attorney
\validation. bonds; has.handled
thing In America today and that '
State Senator James D. McClel who I Is : candidate for the Dade
219 inferior
appeals from court
south Florida' hat in Important : County board of public instruct
hearings land, who Represented the J3tfi
attended 80S habeas
: corpus -
part to play In the war effort. i and district of Kew York City at the tlon from. District Three was born
He said that "he believes his 489Inquests and preliminary 1
in Nashville, Tenn. He attended
lame time that Franklin D Roosevelt '
youth, coupled with sincerity ..ndroune : hearings i
the public schools there
andwae
was the 28th
representing
At the same time, Worley followers -
to fight for the things he
: graduated from Cumberland University
I district of that city Blakley
claim, he has been
obtaining
busy -
believes In, will enable him to
came to Florida In 1916, attendedthe He moved to. Miami .in
five the people of the fourth congressional judgments and actually
University of Florida, an1later toSchool
has collected and paid Into the 1925.Mr.
district the representation studied law at Stetson Unl- Hunter Is a member of the
public treasury $6511732 with
In congress to which they are American Legion, Masonic order
entitled. other judgments netting $91,534.73 I Ivenlty In 1917 he enlisted In Board
the army. After the war he completed Young Democrats Club and. the
Hamilton was born In Abbe- Worley proudly exhibits a tele-I
Presbyterian church
his law course at Stetson
ville, Ga., in 1911 He has been gram received by him from J.
and .upon graduation opened an District.3, ,t: ,
heroine
Edgar Hoover extending 'heartiest this
I resident of the fourth congressional ILttI tl I ,. ,* .
Office in Miami. In -
1921 the i
partnership .
district :of Florida' for tho congratulations upon the fine and of Blakely & Qulnan 'was Is a lady who joined .up early tn 1 ::- '''O"ade'Coulity.' ','.. "* :;
dignified manner In which you war
past 17 years. He was graduated the and rapidly rose to a post .
formed with offices In .' M
the Sey- I '
from Palm Beach high school In handled the trial of McCall" (kid-I of. responsibility In one.. of the
1928 and was admitted to the naper and murderer of "SkHle"Cuh bold building. where they are located I ladies' volunteer outfits. She in. ,, Your Vote and:SupportWill
son of Mr. and Mn J. R today vested'heavily:
practice In 1934 He Is married in uniforms, spent :
and has two sons In addition tohis ,Cash of Princeton' in 1938),. [ ,Appointed municipal night court long hours drilling And In ,general i be Appreciated ,
I'I judge In 1937. Blakley became '6.modetIIJluntel'l', . ,
law practice he operates a' ivldely( known for his 'night was One day, J ,
farm and a young citrus grove Cozatt Vould.DemandScrutiny school court": whereby In. c "vetS.a.llon'wllb: her con Paid Polltl..1 Adsrtje.tny: ,..1I'OTE
_. I persons minding cfflcer, she mentiOncc .
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of Expenses! guilty of minor offenses were or- ' "
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LEWIS\ \WAGNER i dirtjetl 'to attend a certain number

Joseph B Cojtajf,. caryli (|i } Joi jnf j' court .e.llon..ln cases when I FORCIIARLES i:" ,) '.".
the the defendant was unable to pay *
M.
l\iPfAA I ?
: 1'
WOULD BRING
will Insist onp"reakdoy a "' 1Y a fine or where a Jail sentence
appropriations in the 194) I"Kislt I wdpld impose a hardship upon his STEWARD-1:
FAcTORIES HERE'' tare so that:the proposed Ixpen1 family, I r"A ; a FOR" .*.<<' a*
;. ;Iditures, may be Analyzed!, r eI ,I H 4ilk of Bay Biscayne, and was a \ M : 'i
___ I I and shown (o be ei i""jiJ.torith! 'Hoctor on the citizens corn-nit : ,;. t RAILROAD wmdfflfe
pewit t Win successful electoral welfare of the Itate .t at'to reduce electricity rates ; .
'
contractor: in Dade County Says Mr.CozaM.:. j 4--nJ ;Ut' "Taxes must be reduced' to asa fn. the Democratic Primmer
lot ($ yearxs' a candidate I "The people., Dade fouJt.J\< r !ilfjtojum that will permit Florld- '.. ':0:1: May*'1942.. .>irrv fa? t r
for the county commission from I Ii I entitled too nronl.\"re.tw i ma to devote their efforts and : Your support and Votewffl'be+
IbrL. 'bdletes'that this board representative iln ,-deglsUhmi f iM* to winning the war," said } .*
could do deal toward one who has no personal ambitions Blakley, "I know what war is I I : greatly appreciates/; ;:'; ..
bringing i industries: and factories I will support any construe: atpysdth the American forces. In I laical Advertisement) oli f qiS .q ;

to4Dude.gonth{ ,' live progr a> ,i VcoMsttnt irtti
.,Even: If the county had to do- economy. .iULiih sv. .*fn Ai. Jttrict with the story that they --
njjje '.tne property for factory times your representatives should HaVe j obtained this or that fort .*?. 1:011: "
artes. the. return in payrolls and not be w'Ufb'ilW&ff,-states lrOOwn district Such a pro- i .1 Ii
byjldlng\ up tit \he country would money for 'Wa .ft&i'bat\ neces- a I iirurwUl bankrupt any corpora- I jJ 1\. ,: ,4B(1/e)3fake,:n T'.1 l i Whatever the Model- trod ..'I '1
Jsantty'the expense as well at the -Qt lPl t) n Stnd most assuredly would ./ T ,' r
effort;' /he saltfThere I or districtilni'tftyeV<(f bti: rn"sometrivial bi, rikrupt the state, particularlya Buick '

'. "a plenty of skilled labor I but ngct'eltar'y.project' In thli time when all our re l ,.. )<"w )1
available' here'' he pointed out their own district for (he purposeof ski reel should be conserved: for r -tj'J"u.l; 'c'

"Look at the cotton: planters In I' returning tar their.,ctuntr. ..,41q 0i r great national effort" 113! I
Georgia, for Instance They ship it '. .".
all their products to the North to -: ; I ( -l Y C 'Yet, :
I I Ir ;
be processed Why they could send I ,f I
it here, only half the distance Telephone tM Established 1897 '

are away not, where needed steam-heated half the year plant* i i I t: : 71' (CONSERVE. YOUR CAR)

Wagner, 41, Is a native of Virginia I SUTTON JEWELRY CO. i

although he was reared In : I SErvicEI

I Miami's Oldest Jewelry StoreDI.manclaWatrh.J.eJr8II"fP1I'are
I I designed U Insure the maximum usefulness and perforaaanee,

1, from year aatomoblle by giving' It regular, carefully planned i
attention

1)1 E, FlaglerkMree Miami Florida A special kind ef service designed fr the times '_W*' .

must conserve our ears became we are no longer sure we can. '
let sew. ones when we want them. '

ran Urn ever to w the Job ef remembering everything

r your ear needs does for I abritat"n, chant .., all,-fuel ,
PHONE 530-J( filter cleaning clutch tub check, engine toning tire switching. .
headlight InspccUen eU niter renewal wheel bearings 'labrl,.
The Welding Shop calUn. brake adJ..Uu.perU... and filling of batten_!
I checking ef eeollng' .system. and checking *.f muter .brake
(Al rear ., r. R. Bird Service Slaiien eyllader

for service on all kinds of A C-Y-C chart lisle an these *ervlc**-aad snert-sad tilt: ..
mileage at which they should be aerfenned. We
set cp's'
electric and and
acetylene welding record fee yew ear aid the attention*.given U;all tvetswerk ,
MACHINE SHOP WORK SAd krastlac t* asensery are eUmA......: ,' ,

.,.' No job toe big. Bring us your: troublesR. We call for your car regularly,

.. L. GOD\VIN.l\lgr. service it regularly, bill you for a small .. '

BARNEY COHEN amount regularly-and that's all there'. : .

CANOrOATtCONOUBSSMANAT.LAKGk.- if to .it. ; . : .
I I
gasMee s. O..r..s ....- I I: GROVE, : tANDS-T*CCT .LANDS-Cmr LOTS-HOMES &. Teas ear "T* |U' r"eelw Ute regular sweveattrr.. ear*.. .
'LATIO.atan..d.t.l..tw )9'f ....... a&IeD"II low II pesaibte, bet .,... ,'. _
out". M =-arts.. .f. yaw..d I, rrlce Were Never W Lew: -Meaty ef GeM ValacaJI. t nt; ....ti.: II adva.ee MUte when such arjer epeeatl.n..'SM4, .
I. Wu WaWt.. 7ti.. about to because -. ,
= ..4 'O..w/ntM. .
the ._.... -rats II.......o Jr e6SE ., A. CAMERON .Glft.taIL

1 see MtreowA..rY.e Cse ea.. ..
aa.t".t1.w=01 _11. :: -' Kilt.'. STATEROOM PRESTON BIRD MOTOR CON tSp; ;

) N...."...... .. U\ for doe .
FLORIDA .
w. sxe..a.F.wee5ab..1 I
all rtNI e.-. Opposite \ ". J .J" 'f
j ;: i Legion Tag Office -. *' ,
J :1::'"v:,.. ... -.-. W'I ... I _, far"044 BalMIngmr : ,. '
.. .. .f e..a..tr A.e..ta.dP.5 Krone Are at 5th Street Phi H.-1g'' '
( Pastoral. A4..ab.aeatlf I e\.n Established ant

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ta-: Fridaif'MayI1942'! . .. HOMESTEAD LEAPER AND ENTERPRISE Page Eleven l


'lit, 'ECECTIONtConCuued ,. ..It..1r foa. let. ftUlowlnayrpaool, . .!atrrtea$bmldo; wltk an Tawday she lab Mar and S. its.:1..eq. FtH: :

1"> Caa.taeUsit u adUads. It the .-." ......,. at .kt k.W... act I daw. '
from .One> .WI.... of Uw *lotM.W>d 11..1 'within the legal town for the holding oflawt CLASSIFIED) ADS
Paf ._..... farabklas mad wutppio'g..arJ sod. prRon.,.. .Aetlswf ..... n
Jn> BatHO m th e +a.et of ...._, .. determine whistles r II
them a'IA) Aiwtttioa lad onufcwlae. piw.Nt ...... ....11 bt brand by aid Iwarkd lax
tiW' candJdatet-Jor a :
are M.tJnUti MM Btttii) CytMatlMfor. Cabal H.trtr Kt. a the tonea arw>wed JUTS, tint iMMtkio it* a irons; obMquMl ha.av.ltt.
J ; oafMornu [for ta tklt tmtlnUin.' gall ttewiM
.<.. aWaoUon of a >,only vatlinod otoewn at MM Bftclal HMckoor
a.t
81T1CMECOl'Kt .. 14a bad ,* btitewt No. t wbt art froibolttKlahall ,
,, W mated U At klnait t( tfca prow at eoUtlod w ... ihtH ht allowed ..
H t ) 5ebrlnLex ,
Tom .| NotlM at cam _... sad M
out renal Seoul el MM arcs ft* MO :1' SAU1'rvptte1 parch, iS >
T;, T ,?lttsbtil{ # '........, slid wnnwlw, of Mil MOM t home thereof nkaU ... uMlokod aact .... FOR .
it..I. Ranting lopaita. roat i.loaekwork fat four tuMimln -woiit ktwrW FOR RENT .1 I. cut .trace JM .tropics aroslis'a
,...GOltiGanSATLASCRerhey Horn. .oallltnt/ and ==t lor tl Uw date of the koUunt Holier to a Grove BetUaM
Jungle ,
eheD .power trkMl ktiUtaft tiMiawd whkIt .I nrwinaatr HJkUoked la t>M' district W 'aeejoa. .
1 MM Special lax School I!istrictlift01. then be eery n..w.r, as publl hell PARTLY furnished house l- road and Plummet drier
Green ., Mktrwkw In a sowatat'.iben bed w
H. Earnest Overstreet 'lit) ortkMt .. additional school alt. Undo Coolly. ''' I da ,City i running hot and coW
.IUI* MM Swiss Tax Bckool Dlwrtr FURTHER RESOLVED that tko t.llwby LOST .
file
water (ruit'trtvtl yard
Wallace Tervta ,f Nfc 9. /. lotatioaa M kt d a..sea.d W and art relay dwlnutd an .aa ; )

p'' 0RES6-4tk Diii, I by by the TIlt tn Board..WM.of, FttbUt tM distract IMUIMIMW ail .I ivy w-wkt pl.ew for tkt ktMlna of MM awetwn, Apply Homestead Leader Phone LOST-Gold bar pin In vicinity of

A tI.l tbtsbonF1d Dade F.wty.l7.wlda 4laid 111 City ROIL ._...., ,......, 2.' (24tf]) post office. Valued as keepsake .

ton at fthlrk will Mo qualified tbetonI Return to Mn M. A
after cartful hmitliadol FURNISHED house In Florida
WHEnTAB. who nut freeholder. molding In Conntx i
this Bunrt ku .atctrwlnod that MM ptlt Election Province No. Ill City. Inquire M.... Hunter Telephone Bercer Krome ave and Tenth ,

the tics duly wait tla-ntd auallllrd b,.kMlort Mt MM who Chas art Jl"fikoldrn .tl. I (tl City Rill, Florida City ......... office (tint:) street (a24-myl))

.. .. at whlck will vote auillftod Weepers
1 and kt ntMt within laid ftevialTat
School District No. f, and who art freeholder residing In Countf
A R. COMMISSION Election. Proctors N. II" FOR SALE WANTEDWILL
KHUIKAS after cartful Inratlaatfoa.
{ d roup 1 dvfet aid roniiiltilloa( with dht patronitoarnm and bt MFURTHER I r t
,
( :
f rlttolt .tiKfliiMri>b( MMcclal RESOLVED thai ootln auk BUY 10 to to acre of south
Davisthews i > Ton gVhool' District! rhlnct nt preorrlhed by the liwt of Florba FOR SALE CHEAP 12 cylinder from the,1,
: : U'If"r Dude County land
,tountaMJIriaaV.lbd'e.lpesls hall bt uttlUed In the holdlnt of said I Cadillac on brand new Urei
: Public Instruction of Dad County F...... elation In connection with the Btaw and owner direct. 1 am more Initerested
wart d.. and after careful study end analysis County Primary Election aforesaid and I Perfect condition, paint and up. I the)
2 tf tko. existing farllltloi and cauHtkjtlI that the ballad ta bt tiled In the holding I and in i in the quality of 'J
cup Mid Bprrlal Tax Irhonl District No. I. of MM tloctkn shell kt luh.Unll.lly. .. holatery every respect; land than In the buildings. Must
Including III present bonded Indrbttdncii the following form new battery Also' ervce trailerguaranteed I Address
and probtUt future Kturu from uiflh. be cheap for cash
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In 4
to also
toni,
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.''. this Bard it rf the opinion .>d hu carry 1 Box A-139, Homestead LeadiM
Isun.ltlt tit determined hat 1It ......." andMwailtl SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT Ill... 'tIIADK orr new tires E. S. Hall Phone
t\ .. the .. T Enterprise. (a24)
for dnu
it ltd proper rnVNTY FLORIDA
Ip J-l. mitt __
592
reap ( )
maintenance of the public ,far schools of BOND ELECTION I
: !11 tier. Jr. .Mid. district that band of MM district ItIh. MAY I. 1945 1UTlIR1NOA lr.D rtlft
tuni and for the purposes Imlnobntand GENUINE "Betty" papaya teed
J1
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I In Mid II loo fortk school and grade school subjected
ft M| . bt IwuH i OFFICIAL BALLOT .
.: Sol D. Horowiti DOW Ihmforo bo It definitely bred by band polling I Mrs H. J. Armstronij.. ,. B,5
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|0 B. White RESOLVED br Hit Board of Public Shall Special Tan tVhml DMrM Nt.I 'lion for over 12 years. true 10 and Counts S
drive ?
"Iiurmrtloa. if" II... CdUntr Dido County. Florida. IHUO 4t kondi In Plummer
a Lloyd W. Rodgers (Rep.) the 4/.. bonds of said Special TaiTivKol! the turn of SIM),KM for the purpose, olourrhnlnc form, unparalleled ai eating Club road .>
District No 1 1. l. the ..._... Principal additional. tchool illotlitruotioi melon tl pkt. of 300 seed Bron-
t (Rep.) urn of tlMOM ........ ,
waJtfHi U .
b: provided the of, furnishing and nulpplm atudltorlunt
R. I Box ISS Mia. OF APFI 11-ATIIIY:
ton Bayliu, JIIOTIUr
same be .ull.lcli. t of HotmtltiulH
Allen ."l"".''.. rota of a Mjorhr of the .h 11<11ooi i lllcntkin of and nulpMnc mI. (myl-181 roll Pil.TAX pal"NOTICE DEED
,JHolmei
qualltkd .1..10. who as freeholders r. present gymnasium for cafeterias trot GIVEN that I.
IS HHItBY
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Claude M.3BarneaMarshall : .ding I. amid d..1et .t the election for two of furtiUhlnl and equip lag of I
,
'that boccie FULL BRED cocker ipanlel puppies Will Miller. and Allis U. MHWr. Wn cairn,
.
purp.e
ordered be lioN I now gymnasiums kMtlnv rvpnli*. alttra.tuwt
Drainage
Wlseheart ..d'be IL'FURTHER "_'11... additions and equipment. 12 N. E. 10th street Phone I I ktldm. M Tom_1.l n.(IcitM of the Numbrrad. US
II' "'" -
J" ,M. LucIatfrBaker (Rep.) RESOLVED that II Ih. 1. for nil proMnt ..hoo! kiHIdlnnl 9108 (alOtf) and III. dated the ash day ..I Augusts
Marjorie 'A Manchester (Rep.) ....n.. et...id ... .ulho...... the FOR BONDS AGAINST BONDS i A. D. talk how filed MM C..lfI.nttt lar
.m..II.
Grout SNorpaa ......... '" W dktricttewwh oam t__II'," COO SACKS LIME cheap. ET& .. offk dtcd .lo and seem haw tnwon modt anpllcaUon In accordancawith foetax

J HoAesM tBeU ,lira...: I.SLSPJS" tysffjsrt Spencer Navy Yard, P. O Box law. Said. Certificates, tmbrort tbtfollowuif
() The aforesaid ntolutloa duly pascal oVtrrlbrd prootrly. situated In
: ,'N Blakley .II..'. and .h.1I oar .._' .? the rate lad tdoptod .at iforouid to herewith 62C Homestead. (a24tf Dndt c.u.... rlorUi tow It '
6 ii -% per f" """. Payable alit-annually' aged u kt published. In conntctlon with Loll I to U. Block I. Arotado
II Rajvnond Burr :0" tile Ll"lJ day May and N_...... of and M a part of this notice ., election FUt Book l>. Panv tko
'Joseph B. Cozatt 'Si.. i .T years to W ."* ...d by In. to which rtftrtnct It made for the ._..t FOR lasting beauty plant cala Cm.ut1 of U.... State. of Florida. ai
and of of MM ...... tkt raw of In.tontl tree The
principal mondln Full line of citrus embset'd' I. Certificate N. '1'
Frank B. Cowling Ihe ..MTnr.f $ o.'So.Vh.ttlo.w'.i the Mmo thill ...... the awurltltltktrtof f I d old prepnty andre the
t "OeorlGkeU yzrs% '" '.xff. _.. and ne she the date "d timed the koldbilof Roberts Nurseries, Epmore dr., saw assessment Certificate ........ wsa In the ran*
MM clorlkM and the MtptcUct plactaor
C.',W.. peters 'W_ .. Masolt 16" and III. Voting thermal and all Other InfuiniB Homestead (pmlS) of Umhsews Loa I, W It Block I. AnoadeCenter.

Ira O ( tan ta MM resolution. Mnu.lntdTkt I Pill BOM 17, tl In tko
Stewart Rep..
tOG LIME TREES B months old a'r
SSSSg&saiasaffJ palls at MM akwtloa will Men at l of Dado. FH'Ma. atOBbnrod
Coonty
'Dr. J. U. Wambaugh. 'TRep.) T .clock A, .M. sad aka at ...-. o* sacrifice price, 35c each. Cleopatra I In Certificate No. tl* Tbtanonmnit
l' "T&1E' said dean of Mar *. l4i, and at which ..f MM pnvorty undrr Uwa
i:' ,ATTOtVtrMo. . ... I. Ss-P- MM oitrtlonj only duty vuallfM tlorwra . root Stock- uperior toroufh *CortlfloMt WMtdwot 4. Ut Raaw
!FOltlssgLava 1 .. who ara fMriwIdtn rotUlntj la taM ,Baa. lemoa .
: disease and
for
: eI
,
aped ... : till TM Brkcol District No. I alas ..1s. 1 wka.'J offelf....... akall ka w'
:;+; IrI sStastf: : Mills4ge .- -, =1": o mov/de this:t s-SK IN WITNESS: WKERGnr: tkt taM TKo drouth resistance* Buyers re- dated V. _loot a .ax lard ....Illbe"
,, < 't.L fie said 'wither said .. public lanratlM of ,BaatOoanl > nf Ma.A. .
, or t: raove tree. Ceo K Fltzpat- : ._ a 4w 57th clay
'' rata sb.nmd to act pr/m Iwl..awa ...... *. ku caused skis aottort* ......
::t: ." :eC0 i17'SOUCIT9_ 'inshaso FURTRAii set twill tasd be k kt.. P1.r0" vuMUitd nndtr *o ..- rick Ksraaja Td. t aZttt) a D......this SLd.I .t Apr11 Iris.a.
:.r 1LSOLtt ) .w a OOTIM no*. 4" sal kr and Urourt 4Mrtcrnarr a. LanirlIM'KMANkcase
: J :; : ".;rO' .redo at..,. ohms .100 sad _II. klt ta dor at tWl. 1M*. ; t : % nrtalt Court.KOTrrai t

''' : .:i t1ot. :: ............040.'r _.._... 'm 'ROAROt6' : BLM LP HACRZ' liCM..rqYJ..2'miJe"' TramAnhk'g . :1t1.d..ownter Paula...,
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=1'l'' f .. 1 f V Wf COTN< .-;Cap be. 1I1Jq\en. Ice" 1 t rtf.' 8TtItR"'T'.1Io C.j ,

, .1 l i ''': .... ,' . .'-Pbasheis. -....I8Ot\. .. ='C11 t.-..-.*.L.fl...... ..,... __.;f i. ',UIClt'1'.tUoH* :. .;A rtie me"Ii.nd. J4n) J 3. ,;tk t7acy. : j er...= 1, tam"'I'L: :: 'Nil a y

:"II' I.. ,," ...J\.A..cfcn'). .- ,"J ;:.; Dberm Na.e.\:',= ..6.d.aud.at.r -.,. kr 10th, street --N.T10M-YF Aa....IGATIOH
A6P1_ tL
"'tur. '?1 Fgpk s c..c-u_.. ........1 'F I" 17. C4.4onp 1. 15451 t _. :'. h . Xln'l-'t) pRD41sar1.tlttyf .
: 'ii" INa'i
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r\i 1I\I'P. !-i \ .. t. . .
rills .
r'-.t. r-.: : '; .: : M BKRIWY rivrM ttmic. stark
t) 1 : ;. .. : : 1L 'AIEll EH ...........,..-r*, HM.
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,; +;:; 1 yVagneT'f't' ." .i1, .: .. . \. $ M .... '., c.rUf...a. ..... .....spd aaw4aiaW

,Lfrdp'.... : ..... .4" . l.ash... rtSS'it.rSsS1Hold
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:t.- -'- --- "jlj' ..,. .... SERVICE mMAKES" : ,
1..1" .t, ..PJheslrye : '1IJ : : i CARS Oerrtflealaoombr*** tht MJownw' 7
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opposition lot J. Duno-i. ax- of P. >. Blew of Florida at emkraoH -
. BOB, Incumbent In r.HlflraW ....>. IU Thep.mr..od

;; DIaL. S, r Expert Mechanics Office Hours 8:30: --1:30Opt Mid Cenllh-eie if aid.rand property was In under the. .w th>tll .

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Preston B. Bird *
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P. D. Redd 81 I ErenlBi br CppalnfpwelFrayed NllJnr..VBiik.. Flit B'oil I.
fRepairs the O.only of 00..>. IJ |A_ law Introduced by Dade dele. v I .r.. Fit.Id.o. .. embrared In -rtlfkaw N

(ation In the 1941 legislature requires No. S... Th. a_'....., of Mid prop
Financed GMAC iinoVr the cold, nertlflrMe 1-ued
a county-wide vote on each Though r lervq any... in the n-t-. -. H FI.don. ,
.. rertlflcnlo. boll b. rt.dermrd ,
cconmlssloner candidate although j 11.1. MM
ncmritl t.. law, Ik ..".."?.
he' it still required to be a rest- .. .lll be '" the
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dent of the district which he Is to
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represent on the commissionnorm ,V.hhe I h' day of J. .. lilt /
Have (in .'v A"tt t','rR.
your car put perfect shape Dated Ink 11. jf .R"IA1f
OF SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL I I.It'TR
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biBTJurr .. Clerb Clr "" <
t BOND ELECTION
TOH THE I"IHfUANtl OF HMtW. to get the most' in riding: comfort at i ConnlT Fk"N.dr'
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FOUR PER ( ENT .!.1 BOND, Ol I l. c. .n.1I tlFfT. D. Oi
SAID .DISTRICTllollrt"li i C/nailt'f .mn ..., +
minimum cost. .. Mol .. to' It. 1te.,
hereby given that pursuant , lAp' !
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to thw, ternav, _.... and authority o!,
that certain reovlutlon of The Bard olPuklle ,
Initrurtlon of Dido County Florl.ta j .
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tawed. and. adopted at lu duly and .
bully filled ipKlal nieetlnl. held In the ".. I .
Board .idea I X the County Behest Ad..I.imtr07 '
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Building on March ts I'llat ., I, A D\GER SIGVAU EXPERT
Cjuorum wat pr cent tnd vol .
r ...1 -d ejection will re hold : We Iwe fjye'new trucks on hand. hen )'our.nerves .are on edger
8:4161 Tl ached District Ko. t. . .
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Cborttyr ; wild ,4 m overwork or worry, U will
Done "': In actordoiot .
the, ............ rid roqahrtmenu. en the Get yours before: it is too late... See us Day )'Oll.to heed Nature warning| ARBERING.Me
din). within, the times and nt the plocoiInMaM
hat physical condition Is bell 1
rewlutlon named and net forth your
n ,, o 1pty.. Is In ...... and "i.oresY is for details1 and we will help you make w par. At such a time, a chiropractic I I Ililrcut . i

K Rt8flLUTION 110 .17.1111t OF THE BOARt nt it : : won truck I Iapp.feation.to adjustment may be Just 1 I Shin ... .***
"I JNSTHICTION OF DADKCf : the board. {
what
need restore
hNCt't to
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HWIRFTITlfXrcoMPLIPH .vrd' 1 1IF highly tchsftive to
AMOUNT OF PONDS f nervous system I ,1Ie
TUB PURPOSES BT modern Abampo613fedfestedl: l .., ., ja
by
IUPr'O\ra.\ A PFTniON OF O'UllFIFtl ,. II.,', 'g \ 0 41 Its Formal: tujct.onlea' I ItpeV Vr --IJc:
yUO ARE FBEFHOIDFRSiniN 'o .. Singe '-' .
Ram S (, IN, SPECIAL TAT HHOOL ) I JiFacial .ate j
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T>& NECESSITY FOB PROMDIN FOR
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Off AITTC OWPFBINO TAR IMUANCJ COMPANY.sac [ I
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onL' \ -RIWD IN, 9. BADE . BUSH'S
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Pare Twelve HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, Mav 1, 1442


,the same place, be was not" thai Mrs. Kinrman to ReportOn Plan Sales PromotionFor proximately in M$ >.000 effort on sales to aattat promotion .. ,

GET EVERGLADES 1'motor magnate-lust a long-time' Convention Tonight Persian Line Crop growers in moving the crop. ,
I I resident of the Florida City negro. Lime will be advertised luck '
READY FORU.S.C.W.PETERS(I quarters. Mrs. Ralph Kingman president
PARK i Sis hundred eleven pntom Lakeland. Apr. D (FNS)-With centers as New Tot. Chicago
of SU and WasMngton.
of the Woman' Auxiliary indicating an Baltimore Tiercampaign
at the Homestead the present outlook
I were registered
about the
![:IIhoo1-42. whites and W negroes. John's Episcopal Church and rep- Increase of from M to 40 per cent will fcc'gln the (
of July since buliV
At Radland Farm Life resentatKe the auxiliary at the In the production of Persian limes middle
I I Citrus the crop will be ready for man-
'School there were IIS white registrants fiftieth annual meeting of the Episcopal In Florida the Florida officials. aid
A
work" 2 colored. At Commission plant to spend tp-i,In mid-summer
All pnllmlnar'1peprr I: and only I diocese of South Florida in
necessary to live the United States ;Goulds colored school, where none
government clear title to the land I but negroes were registered, the Orlando last week will give a re- r

in the Jtvcrgladt: National Park [total was US At Perrlne school port of the convention this evening . ,
area should be accomplished: by ,there were 22t registrations, all at "7 o'clock at a meet'ng to 10'" 1. NOTICE !
toe Florida legislature In the I white. be held at the Home of Mrs. 'j.
ibortmt time possible to that the The total registration for territory Roman.

big project of developing the park under the Jurisdiction of Capt. R. F Bla ktord, rector of
cm be started immediately after Draft Board No. T (Coral Gable
the church who is serving as chaplain !
the close of the present war. to the Monroe County line) was at Lawson General Hospital LEWIS C. WAGNER
This U the opinion and will be 1.0M. In the third draft registration , in Atlanta, and Dr. W. H. K. Pen.
a principal aim of C. W. Peter if in February, total registrations -
dleton, rector of the church, also i Iv t fl!
be it elected to the legislature In were ,1JJ.. attended the convention. Speakersof '
Group Three he Mid this week. of special were the Most i CANDIDATE FORCOUNTY i(I
Mr. Peten wet for I bate time PROGRAM Rev. Henry St. George Tucker, D.
USO
attorney for the Dade County D.. presiding bishop of the Episcopal ,j
Board of Public Instruction and In Church In the United States,I
this capacity made many tripe to (Continued from Page One) and the Rt. Rev. Campbell Gray )
Washington and obtained federal with the requirements will receive D. D.. bishop of the. diocese of COMMISSIONER i j't t
grams and loans for the building victory cards denoting that North Indiana who as a boy visited
of much needed tchool buildings they are members of the JuniorU. South Florida churches with hit DISTRICT 2 ,
in various parts of the county. He S. O. girls' auxiliary. father, tint bishop of the diocese.At ':\
it I cousin of the late Tom Peter, Mrs. Thompson said yesterdaythat the close of the conventionMrs. .
pioneer "tomato king" for whom the U. S. O. hopes to furnish Kingman visited old friendsat PLEDGES-If elected, to foster an effort to 'i

the nearby community of Paten entertainment often at Camp Red. Stetson University in DeLand. industrialize some of the outlying sections of.,1 ..
was named. land. The mother of a marine, She spent a night in Chaudoln
"There: U no re.sollo" Mr. Peten Corp. Walter Thompson, Jr, stationed Hall, the dormitory in which the I Dade County, and will put forward every
Mid, "why this Mate should not I at Pearl Harbor. Mrs. had lived at a student and presented effort to attract and obtain industries that
have Its than of the benefit from Thompson urged that every co- one of her paintings to the t to"Dade
the billion being pent In Washington -: operation be given the U. S. O. students. She visited also at will bring a "Year-Round" Payroll

and I believe the legislature -' Let's not let the U. S. O. and Ronald Ranch in Daytona showplace I County. Your votes for Lewis C. Wagner i I II
can do something about that our service boys down", said she. and home of the poetess, Agnes Elect
important matter. Regional boards "Remember, they are our sons, i Gra,. Mr*. Kingman went to mean payrolls for Dade County. . .
should be let up to mike surveys brothers and sweethearts." :the convention by airplane and Lewis C. Wagner (county-wide poll) for .
and assemble facts and date showing Both Mr. and Mr*. Thompsonhave returned by train.
what this state can produce taken government recreational County Commissioner.
in the nation's war effort, then training. The greater the obstacle the
strong delegation tent to Washington more glory In overcoming It.MoIie. .- chi' Political A1..rtiw..N) .
armed with facts and ....

backed adopted by by appropriate the legislatures resolution The NONDEFENSEContinued . . ".. " . lIi.i", 11.111111", II i." .." i"i.. ., .." ill'' " ,...., ."" "Ti ;." S

stake it large enough to call for ( from Page One)

our greatest effort subterfuge Mr.. Brook**. warned,
He believes that now It the time I I He cited the-following paragraph. C. W. PETERS 11

for the legislature to place the contained In the building. conservation
Dixie Highway Tamiaml Trail order

and Road Z9 upon the preferential I "Violations. Any person who> FOR LEGISLATURE :
list to be widened and developed wilfully violate any provision of ,I
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by the federal government Into this order or who wilfully furnishes GROUP .
adequate ha-I n ds. I false Information to the director -
"This become an Important
of In
Industry operations
military center and already the connection with this order guilty Will insist on clearing away all obstacles to development t

need for four and six-lane highways of a crime, and upon conviction of Everglades National Park in order
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U being felt, said Peten.
may be punished by fine or imprisonment
"Beside bringing employment to Any such person maybe : that the federal government can make. this a No. 1
labor and millions of dollar into from immediate'iteps by
prohibited making or Will advocate
post-war project. .
Circulation in this section, such
further deliveries
permanent road would be of lasting ,I obtaining from profiling, OIl1U1iIlmaterlll or state to obtain right-of-way for 4-lane, national defense ,

benefit to our community" I under priority control and may be .highway from Jacksonville to Florid City.
Mr. Peten it in favor of protecting -:
deprived. of ,priorities assistance ,
forDadLtP.N _, '
property owner from the by did direc't4r Of. Industry opera Will be an 'all-out representative i
ravage of tax storks by the I' lIon.I .." _' l'oIllka1 A...)
adoption of a law preventing the I County.DON'T .

issuance of tax deeds until one I WANT ADS PAY ,. "" " . .. . .. ,' .... . .. .. .. . .. . . ,.. .. .. ... .. . .. .
year after the close of the war: .
This will save the property own-
en, who are unable to pay their I
taxes, from losing thousands of
the choicest pieces of real estate LFERT1L1ZE'R'.i1
to tax: sharks. '

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BOND ISSUE ,, ,

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be used to make up the difference I
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between $26000 or $27,000 .C- .; .
and the. $70,000 necessary to keep

the schools of each district going .,.1:11 t .
"We are morally and legally '
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bound to maintain adequate buildings U
and facilities for our schools .. .l: ": "\ -';,/$- IF THE WEATHER IS DRY, : ;

If we do not bond ourselves, our : .
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children are going to suffer, because ;
the county.will no longer bs f ,fQcK'-171. DON'T WAIT TO IRRIGATE; OR :i* :.
able to finance .Palrllnd addition
from general funds until conditions ;

return to normal. ; IS WET CUT ,
I ; ;? -: '. *" IF THE WEATHER !

JOISON BERNIE '' Yltrl
: YOUR FERTILIZER APPLICA ..

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the U. S. O. program and wouk :.
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appreciate anything that Mid tx

. don to peed up UMBT feflstra.ttoa. TWICEASOE1E
Mr. Htadmaa, etf wane
proceeded to register them. "
dUtely and they were loon ot ve !
their way to Key West ,I.

It to thought that JoJson,MIl i
Beret eMIt Hontetteed to regls.ter '
because either to Miami 01 :,;
Coast Fertilizer Co.
Key West crowd they of would Ian haw and admirers attracted Florida East ,

who would have delayed!

. their scheduled appearance. j Telephone 16 '. FRANK RUE, Manager Homestead, F1a. t .

Henry Ford was also registered ; .!I. '::0'
In Homestead Monday but at ,
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