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 8, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00541
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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'RooF HOPPING MOTHERS.. FOR INVITED PROGRAM TO SUNDAY CAMP REDLAND ROUTE TO BATTLE ZONESTHE i


Efdiand District mothers are Invited to a Mother Day --.

ENDS IN MILD party to be held In Camp Redia...'. recreation hall Sunday WEATHEROfficial Bombers bounrt< tot the war rone
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afternoon I .clock. First Ur.... J. J. McCreary. camp ciu'- I have been using the South Dade
Uin, aanvunord yesterday. A group ef entertaineim from weather report of the I County airport for nearly month, I

.CRASHHERE I Miami will be brmghl dew for the program by U. S. o. Subtropical Experiment 5&tion'l It was learned here yesterday Askeleton .:
Homestead Florida.
workers, UraL ,'said. I crew for maintenance
McCrtary bag '....1111.. ....1 1IaI.1
,, and operation has been stationed
Apnl '0.1 I II I 153 ,30.08 there by Pan-American Air Ferries
t "*" .naval training plane from a Sugar Registration Ending Tonight May 1. _. .InlUI f I $ I Inc., which baa the contract
-i squadron, which was "lost" foe May z.. .__ M I S3 I with the United State Army for
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mare than an hour in low hanging Teachers Start on Gas Cards Tuesday May .3-- . 831 I 53 ( ferrying the bombers from. here to
cloud banks over Homestead Sun. May 4. 83 ) S3 ;3006| their combat bases.
da:*' night made I landing In May 5 83 J.5B [ISO.Get t Soldiers for twenty-four hour
Mowry atreet a block and a halfwest Reiiitration for sugar ratlonln registering automobile owner for May 6. 84 I 88 |30.M| guard duty at the airport Are furnished -
of the First National Bank, has been extended through today ga* ration cards. The same hour from the combat unit stationed -
without injury to Its pilot and and the teaching staffs of theschools and the lime school Building will DEFEATED at Camp Redland
with damage confined to wing in Homestead, Redland, be used a* In the sugar ration REDD A lease to Camp South Dade,
tip, propeller and registration A ration card will be which was constructed three and
IOJ 111* pilot. Cadet undercarriage a E. Barto Florida City and Coulda will be on issued for each car. BY BIRD IN RACE I a half mile east of Homestead. to
+' sdl' occupant of the two-aeater duty regjstrarafc,Ibe uv&flbconsecutive ....Baker.M...Hi lsnan.pt4lcipal of house negro rhigratory. farm ]II '
... grime. told a Leader representative day from 1:30: to < p. Homestead and Florida City COMMISSION borer and their families, has been
that he landed because he had m. this afternoon. schools, reported last nigh that a FOR executed between Pan American
o)ly M gallon of gas In his reserve -: After a respite of one day, the total of 2.800 persons had been i I Ariways and the United State
I tank and his engine had teachers will go on duty again registered and 2852 sugar ration Farm Security Administration l
"conked" Mice or Jwlc a* he was Tuesday for three afternoon of book issued since registration Preston B Bird defeated J DHedd I When the laying of sewer line
seeking bit squadron. I tables were act up.in the Home. by a county-wide vote of and sidewalk i* completed within
Becoming separated from tile I stead achool gynasium Monday. 16824 to 13178 In the race for the next two weeks, the camp will
rest of th* squadron. Barto plane I 3 TENT CAMPSPLANNED In Florida City 321 have been county commitloner' from the fifth I be ready for occupancy by the
registered and 311 sugar ration district, according! to returns from ,
flew low ovt the rooftop of, hundreds of trained mm who will
Homestead lor nearly a half-hour' HERE j(book issued.Yesterday the primary election held Tues- I (Continued on Page Eight)
after the other plane had regained 442 person were I Iday.
registered and 433 books issued At Technically, of course Tun-
In the direction theuvbearing of the and Opa-Locka returned I FOR FARM LABORThree Homestead while at Florida City day's election gives Bird only the TWO-BY-FOUR IS I
base 88 persona and 84 books issued Democratic nomination to the office .
4I \ The plane came from the west The difference in the total rrglstratlon . With the Democratic party USED BY THIEVESTO
for Its landing on Mowry street, tent camps for migratory! and the number of sugar dominant, however, there Is no f
hugging the farm[ laborer will be erected In ration books isued is occasioned likelihood that the general election
south
side of the
(Continued on Page Eight) Homestead and Florida City for (Continued on Page Eight: ) In November will result ENTER STORE 1
next farming season if the army is otherwise than in the testing of
I still occupying Camp Redland andIf Bird on the county commissionnext ,
ARMOR Pan American Air Ferries, Inc, 2 COUNTY RACES January Thieve who shinnied; down a
INVENTORIN iI still using Camp South Dade by Chas. G. Turner, Homesteads' two-by-four which they let down
r that time. other candidate in the primary from the root through the skylight ,
WASHINGTONFOR This was learned yesterday following TO BE DECIDED election, was re-elected to the robbed the Homestead Haberdashery -
reports that Camp Redlandus Dade County board of public Instruction of wearing apparel to
been leased to the army until by an overwhelming) the known amount of 1150 Friday -
I GOVI WORK Sept I, 1M2-with, of course, the IN MAY 26 RUNOFF I majority over Eugene B. Hunter. In addition they made off
privilege of renewal-and that Turner received 4143 while with a valuable collection: of old 1
Damp South Dade had been leasedto I Hu tM'. total was 121t Mr. gold and silver coin which Stanley -
Dr. G. a. Brewster, Homestead Pan American Air Ferries for Candidate in Dad County I Turner It chairman of the school Wlttkopt co-owner of the store
eye, ear, tOM and throat specialist, an indefinite period. race who will go into the second I board. with E. A. Buchanan kept In I
I ha been called to Washington on One of the migratory farm labor primary on May 26 because the, Hunter. a resident of Coral compartment of the cash register. r
: government work. The nature of tent camp would be located at high man in each race did not! (Continued on Page Eight) (Continued on Page Eight
i hi* work in Washington has not I Florida City for: whites and two poll a majority of an vote cast I
been disclosed !would be located in the Home. arc a* follow:
Early in 140 Dr. Brewster wa* stead area-one for white, near For state* attorney: Stanley School Bonds Voted by Homestead.
called to Washington for work In the site of camp Redland and on* I Mllledg (21360) and O A. Wor- II
(Continued oa Fag Eight for negro, near Camp South Dade., ley lUllS. And Redland Special Tax Districts
For legislature Group Three:

., "Dont Turn on Light," Says Wife I I Peters George(10.102)S. Oken. (9,706) and C. W. The proposed bond Issue; -; school from proceed of the bond :;

I In the state-wide races, It was 1150000 each for Homestead-and issues are: construction of new >
Mistaking Robbers for HusbandMrs. first reported that Ux Green and RedJand special tax school districts auditoriums at both Homestead t
j Earnest Overstreet would have to war approved by freehold.en and Redland, construction of a i
I'enter the run-off but of the** districts In the elee- new gymnasium for Homesteadand
Laboa Bishop, ft. was the light Moreover aa she opened I (Continued on Page primary Eight, ) tion Tuesday.In conversion of the present .i
., knocked unconscious by robber the door she said, "Don't turn on District 1 (Redland Farm gymnasium Into a cafeteria, conversion 1 1
,whom aha* let Into the house Friday the light; you night wake the Life School). M. vote were cast of Redland'e auditorium
t, might thinking that lilt was baby". When she saw 1M figuresof fX or C. TO MEET MONDAT -348 for, and 118 against th*bond Into a cafeteria. Installation of
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two men push through the A membership meeting of the heating facilities In the school of
opening the door for her husband doorway ah* reached for her Redland District Chamber ol in District 0 (Homestead), I3S both district repair, paintingand
who had.been attending a defense pocketbook which was lying on Commerce win be held Monday at vote were cast-288 for, and 8* general Improvement to existing
meeting. The Bishop boot Is *. the chair nearby and the robber 6 p. m. in the chamber of commerce against building of both district
N It Second avenue just off King immediately grappled with her for bunding. Proposal to bond In Special Tax First on the list in both district
highway. possession if the purse In the This will be the first meeting School District* S and i (Miami will be general repair painting;
Hearing I Beta at the door and struggle she was knocked unconscious under the new board of directors failed to carry because in each of of building Installation of the
thinking that Mr. Bishop had returned and Mr. Bishop found elected last month, and plan for these district the total number of beating equipment. Freeholder
horn and found that be her lying Just Inside the front door the coming year will be discussed vote cast woolen than I majority have been assured that not more .
'A. did not have his key, Mrs. Bishop, when he returned bom. chief among which will be appointment of.the registered freeholder than 130,000 of the bonds of each
who bad retired, got up and went Mrs. Bishop believes the robbers ctI I paid executive secretary i Among improvements to be made district Win be put up for :mme42 "
.& the door without turning on I were white men. I IA la rte Homestead and Redland I *to ti*.
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CHILDREN TO 6 3 Commanders in Week w. 51. BRODIE DIES I Merchants Summer to Half-Holidays Discuss most Since only caution patches light will at be Perrina.cleared
Unit
For Camp Redland In order to permit natural camouflaging

URGED TOATTENDREDLAND ) The new troops at Camp Red- AFTER 28 YEARSASAREDLANDER I Fertilizer houses In Homestead, tions. It Is of possible buildings that and the opera alto 'I

land, who arrived Wednesday of started their summer Wednesday may be enlarged from its originally -
CLINICA last week to replace the 28th In. I afternoon closing this week.A i planned: 800 acres to two fullsections
fantry are a combat unit comprising meeting of the Homestead Re- or 1,280 acres, It has been.
: the third battalion of Wit : Merchants Association has been [learned from a reliable source." I
pre-school clinic win be he\d'Infantry. William Marshall Brodie, who I called for Monday night In the
.t Redland Turn Life School Less than 24 hours after arriving settled In Redland 28 years a' Chamber of Commerce building to 4 Crops in One Season;
here, the battalion's commanding and developed the corner at Redland decide on a date when the remaining Record of Peach TreeA
Tuesday.So officer, Major W.'J. Moroney, road and.Coconut Palm business houses will start .;
anxious are authorities to was ordered to Colorado: for special which took hit name, died the weekly half-holidays, P, J. new claimant for peach tr.e
t haw children between the ages of .duty, and Capt T. D. Heath Saturday at James Archer Franklin, president of the association honors has come forward-Mrs.

one and six examined for physical took command. Hospital after an Illness of several said yesterday.The Jack Polk who reports that her
Early this week Capt Heath day*. Mr. Brodie, who meeting of the retail merchant peach tree seems to be catchbVg
defect and Immunized against!
I left on emergency leave because 79 years old, had been In Ill will not conflict with the tropical habits from nearby citrus.
diphtheria and smallpox that of the death of his father, and for more than a yean I,I Chamber of Commerce meeting trees.
school busses will call for children Caps K. W. Roberta became actIng Funeral services were held : scheduled for Monday night but On April 24, the Homestaid
I and their mother In families commander, with First LieutLlndsey Tuesday afternoon at the) residence can be held in conjunction with Leader and Enterprise! told of die
: where transportation If not avail- A. Maddox, executive officer with the Rev Jesse E. Wailer -:t,it, it was explained. E.: H. Collier peach tree which his
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,. able. I pastor of the Silver Palm one limb that for two years,has

Mother who desire transporta- ..... Methodist Church, officiating. i borne acrop one month earlier
>> tion by school but art asked to Rotes Hear: Burial was In Palm Cemetery at, Nothing to Delay Work than that of the rest of the tree.
1 telephone Redland Farm Lift Reports Naranja. I In Building Blimp Base Mrs. Polk says that her ire age
, School not later than Monday. On Hollywood Meeting; Before coming to Redland, Mr. i much better, for it Is giving btu
Hours of the clinic will be from 9 Brodie was blacksmith for a four crops. It produced a rise
1 a. m. till 12 noon and Ito3p.m. of the distrii conference railroad at Augusta C.. for 33 Little It any delay Is being peach one month ago. A second
, Proe-fchool clines are positively held recently In Hollywood ,ean. In giving a biographical' brooked by_ the. United States crop, 12 peaches, Is ripe now. n*
I mot chaiity-iponaored. It wa em- occupied the attention elf the sketch of Mr. Brodie, Mr. Waller Navy: In the development of its third Crop will be ripe In a lew
f4iaslzed yesterday at the office of Homestead Rotary Club at its said that his father and Mr'Brodle blimp patrol base near Perrine weeks, and the fourth crop If hi
Principal Carl Wagner. The one noon meeting Wednesday In Legion worked side by side for many Land la being taken as it Is needed the blossom slg.* ? }
at Redland School will be conducted halt Reports were made by years: with condemnation proceedingsfollowing S. J. Lynch of the SubtropicalExpertmenr
by Dr. T. E. Cato, county President Ceo. N. Wakefield, Mr. Brodie took special prideIn whenever the legal de- Station when Infar-
health officer, assisted by: Dr. J. Vice-president Roy Chandler:;; making Brodie's Comer point partment can catch up with the viewed on the subject said that
A. Smith and Dr. A. M. Logan, Past President Clarence J. Par- of Interest far visitors to the Red- construction gang. unusual weather conditions were
Homestead physicians Dr. B. E. man and the Rev. Jesse E. Waller.It land District For Instance, he Clearing of land is well underway responsible for the multiple! crabs\
Gatlin, Homestead dentist and Dr. was announced that the quar. grafted several varieties of citruson and even some'concrete work on the Polk tree and other peach
M. B. Marks, Miami Beach baby terly Joint meeting of the Rotary one tree, and its resulting pro- has been completed: Since speedIs trees In this section. ji
specialist. and Lions Clubs will be held fusion and confusion of fruits ex- the first consideration contracts -
Principal Wagner called atten- Tuesday evening May It, at the cited the wonderment of all sightseers are proceeding on a cost- Baseball Fan: "Why Is it theta
tion to the fact that President Lions Den In Silver Palm with who visited the Brodie grove. plus basis, it was said. girl can' never catch a ball like"aman
Roosevelt recently issued a proc- the Rotary Club furnishing the Surviving are a son, E. W."Steve" Known officially! as Richmond ? J
Field, the lighter-than-alr base His Wife: "Don't you know, delay,
lamation In
which he urged that program. Brodie Miami fireman
will be located one and one-fourth that a man is so much easier to
American mothers take advantageof and gifted black face comedian,
miles due west of the northern- catch.'J
pre-school clinics as a step to.ward Funeral Services Held and a brother, Thomas P, Brodie,
bringing the health of their of Augusta. .
children to the highest possible Thursday for V. Harris Pall bearers were: Chas. Pratt,I

level The pre-school clinic Is a 'I E. A. Carter W. D. Mahan, Dave We Buy Used Cars for Salvage f
Funeral services for Vannie Lee
defense measure, not a charity Kufelt and L. O. Buggies, all of
measure, said Mr. Wagner. I Harris, 57, who died Tuesday at Redland, and C. W. Zarlng of Mia. Scrap Iron, Metals, Tires Tubes and Sacks ;i
At Homestead's pre-school clinic 'Crest view,_ Fla., were conducted mi.Turner You and I should gather up all scrap metal and sell it tli
held Monday of this week, 131 yesterday afternoon at Turner Funeral Home was In the Junkman-even If It doesn't make a profitable trip. OPM'a'
were examined and 113 were given Funeral Home by'J. Roy Vaughan, charge of arrangements. Knudsen lays "Don't think because you only find 100 pounds or
immunization. Dr. Cato and minister of the Miami Church of back the market-}
so that ft is not Important Get It all onto
the Christ, assisted by T. J. Hunton, CARD '.
aforementioned doctor con- OF THANKS by the pound, the ton or the carload.
ducted the clinic. Assisting were: minister of the Homestead Church I wish to express my appreciation -I
Mrs. Elizabeth Miller and Mrs of Christ Burial was In Palm to those of you with whom I WOLFE AUTO WRECKINGJust

t Thelma Coleman, nurses from: the Cemetery at Naranja. have been associated In Alice's Off Krome Ave. Directly West of Seminole Trading P-1
county health unit, and Mrs. A Mr. Harris, a Homestead building Beauty Parlor during the past I P. O. Box: ute, Homestead,, Fla. 71
M Logan.Mrs. M. F. WhIte and contractor was working in three years, and I hope you will
Mrs. James Nesbitt, members of Crestview while awaiting the start continue to favor the shop In the I
the Homestead P. T A, who are of work on a contract at Pensacola. future as you have In the past I
graduate nurses Blood poisoning from aninfection NORMA GOSSMAN LEWIS'1
In one of his hands was '

Baptist Church to GheIothfr' the cause of death. Whatever the Make Whatever the Model j
He came here 21 years ago from I Announcement
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Day Program
Greenwood, Miss. Among buildIngs -
he erected are those of the DR. R. S. SPICKARDand Buick ;
A Mother's Day program will Homestead Furniture Co, .
be presented at the Tint Baptist ret Ann Store and the new Mara-I

t Church of Homestead at the 11 nole Theatre building.He DR. C. C. RAYare !
o'clock service Sunday, and flow is survived by his wife, Hat- cycCONSERVE
t en will be presented to the oldest tie: three sons, Vannie Lee, Jr., now aaaoclated with t
mother present and the youngest and Roland o( Homestead and I I
The program planned reads: Herbert of South Miami; three
Song, "Faith of Our Mothers" sisters Miss Myrtle Harris of DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST ( YOUR CAR)

., -. "'" ..- Congregation Greenwood, Mrs. Pearl Winters of
Payer Mrs. Catherine Pickard Benton, Ark. and Mrs. Mattie L. Service
Beading, "A Fellow'a Mother Burnett of Birmingham three
; Office Boors: I a. m. lo 5 ..aBandars
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.. -....-... .. .Jack Polk, Jr. brothers, S. A. of Birmingham, .
Is destined to Insure the maximum usefulness and performance
Talk, "Mother and Beyond" Trannle M. of Homestead and J : I U II .
from automobile by living It regular, carefully planned
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- .Mrs. M. W. Craft B. of Columbus, Miss.; and three Closed Saturdays attention.A '
Solo, "Mother of Mine"._ . grandchildren.
....-.... Mr Vera Summerlin 1714 N. W. SITU IT, MIAMI I I special kind of service designed for the time We
Talk, "Mother Is the Strongest must conserve our cars because we art no longer sure we can
READ THE WANT-ADS rHONE t-tm when want them.
i Influence In Creating the get sew ones we
Character of the Child" Yes tarn ever to us the Job of remembering everything

.. .... ._.Mrs S. L, West I year ear needs done far lubrication, ensure *f ed fuel
Duet, "Memories of Mother" PHONE 530-J() I filter cleaning, clutch bah check engine tuning, tire swlk-klnr.

...- .-.. Mrs. Cordon headlight Inspection, oil niter renewal, wheel bearings labricatieo. -,
Ivey and A. E. Campbell The Welding Shop brake adjusting. Inspection and filling *f battery. '
Talk "Mothers of Men" checking of cooling system, and checking ef master brake
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(At rear el P. B. Bird. Service Station) :i cylinder.A .
I C-Y-C chart lists aU these atnICetl-and mere-and the
4 Or. Leonard W. I for service on all kinds oC' .mileage at which they should be pert..... We set up I

Hasklal electric juid; acetylene welding andMACHINE record for your ear and the attentions given U; all guesswork'and

I ........... V as" a. WORK fruiting to memory are eliminate.
I rhIMN ....... SHOP ;
1II w awebbbrr.ah troubles I II We call for car regularly
fi: : No job too big. Bring: us your your
t C'f_ service it regularly bill for small
S I R. L. GODWIN Mgr. you a

II I amount regularly-and that's all there

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DIUI.A.BERGERDentist CM not enlj, receive the regular preventive care ,

thai BUM *Tf majoe atteutln.....but .a. ........ but Too
EDWARD STILINGI I get plenty*f advance styles when such major operations' are
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REALTOR I
First National Bank _

Building Real Estate General Insurance PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR COMPANY I
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Office Hours 8:30-4:30 NOTARY PUBLICCor.

open Reunion by AwelBtmcBl Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City Fla. S. Krome Ave. at 5th Street Phcue 18

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a) CHOCK ROAST 32c i NECK BONES lie
4 p 83cTOMATOES
1 SLICED LB. LAMB LB.
ARMOUR'STEX BACON 33c Chops, Rib 35c
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WIENERS 26c
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SALT,2 pkgs. 15c CORN, 2 cans 25c


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ORANGE MARMALADE or GUAVA JELLY,Ib. can 15c


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s . . . e . . e . . . . . ring pitching string pulling, fishpond Spencer Jenny Lou Davis Reba

LEADER I HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL NOTES and washer pitching Pierce and Joule Alogna. first
All through the evening representatives I year, Elena Strickland and Betty
s . . . . . .. . . . . . . from the home Irene Simmons, second year work;
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Speech Contest Is Held I Installs saying that no school busses were supporting! their candidates and Rosie Ceuirl tint and second
UN A.CSn..r.ww for the May queen's title.Mrs. work.
will be used for year
transportation except
) SJUOkll: .LILACS. ....AIc.DL-.-" sow or--_ By Junior. High School I in del1"'riDlltudentt to and George Cooper was the Those from high school were:
HantsOn from school winner of the mahogany table Pearl Shuler first )year Lillie
By TesHiy
which was awarded at 10:30.Thanks : .
FIe., second Ruth Byrurn.
1 I.*pWU.htJ MM (Mill Ute PubiWbe! CMMMivMcmirnow : last Friday, May 1, the fourth I Dorothy Kyle Crowned to Mr. Hester and Coach Little, year Mary Radford.
and
1 BATH annual Junior high school speech I II Cossman the carnival was enjoyedby fourth year;
\ May Queen at R H. S. fifth :year
!. De" CilMHf i IMSEautW contest was held la the Non King I aU and we are looking forwardto
4 ..... lIMo Ceaa4_ ai.ad Cooper auditorium and the medal the next one Rose Ceuirl was awarded a
M Soared Aso own .atwr awarded The contestant from I The following girls were contestants blue ribbon for sewing, and she J
..... II. ISts. .. lk. S" .<"" rsM..w In the May Queen contest: We want to thank the boys from received four honor Betty J
the seventh grade fellows also
rd. nwids .err w at wi were as : Camp Redland for their splendid
.... I."irs.Mother's. James Brown, speaking on "Air.I Marjorie Connor, senior; Mavis Irene Simmons was awarded blue 1
b planes": Roland Harris, whose Watt, Junior; Dorothy Kyle, soph co-operation and hope that they ribbons In gardening and canning. i
will continue to co-operate as well t
01"1IOI.nd Barbara
; Miller freshman third
ribbon, denoting
white
subject was -War"; and Albert in the future. A
Day Poems f'
t Newton, who spoke on The life place, was awarded to Mary Rad- I/.
By Aside Maybew Fitzpatrick ['of Stephen Decatur.* RoI.ndl The contest was very close, with ford for sewing Lillie Little received I
Dorothy Kyle la first place and Annual 4-H Exhibit t
Harris won the seventh grade blue ribbon on her sewing
BEND LOW : bonze medaL Barbara Miller, second/place. Held by Two GroupsThe canning. gardening and food preparation t
The contestant from the eighth I The queen was crowned with a She was awarded seven .1 t
Bend low that they may whisper wreath of sweetheart roses by the .
for her work.
|grade were: Marie Connor, whose annual 4-H exhibit was held honors
In your tlr. I|subject was "China"; Surry Rice, runner-up. The others acted as Rose Ceulri and Betty Sim- .i c
not be In the home economics sewing laboratory -
Time goes 0 fait; the1'U attendant, and each was pre- c
[giving an explanation of "Weld.In" from the elementary club. :10
always here. I I sented with flowers At 10 o'clock Monday May 4. Both the moos J
and Helen
; Dent who spoke and Lillie Little and Mary Rad- !
Tell them the tales, the ones they on "India". Helen Dent won thesilver ''(the contest was moved Into the elementary; and high school clubsgave ford from the high school club It
beg of :you; I gymnasium where it was carriedon e f
medal from the eighthgrade. their exhibit were chosen as outstanding menubers
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Soon comeh.. day when nothingyou for another IS minutes The ,
Those who exhibited In the elementary of their club Mary and Lillie f
can do contest closed promptly at 10:IS. t
The speakers from the ninth !
Kim that small bruise that you J After the crowning a conga line school group were: Wllda (Continued on Page Five)
grade wereWilson Austin, speak. :-A
may heal today, 1 I ling on "Allied Invasion of Eu completely circling the gym was ....................................................................... ,
Later come hurts you cannot heal led by the queen. i It
rope"; Dennis Burman, who spoke ,
that way Due to school and class .
on "Marines at Wake Island" and spirit
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Hold fait those hands while they I Tom Hodges, whose subject was .this project was a success. GOOD HEARING FORMOTHERS [

arc warm and small 1 1r I"Navy Submarine Training
" They'll not be yours when they School". Tom Hodges won the Camp Redland Boys Help :
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are grown. and tall
medal from the ninth grade Make Carnival Success
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; Fall on your knees and pray; but

r shed no the tearsLonely da'a-mo.. bleak I I!Soldiers Drill to Music May The 1,May was day the carnival Juniors, Friday annual A Perfect Gift All Can Join in ChinsTHE t

\ mayhap the years I II i PlajedbyILH.S.BandBy celebration. It was a success and IISIXES W'OIUI-3M ham the high M* *f that ......* . .. \
j I Hold fast your faith that all 1, was enjoyed by all torn .f M "" ._..... with Throw I u* MxH.M. Bk. k.._ II'. f
teal kwlMo I* **. of other EMMM H.n .e to tkU > lint
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things will come right Wars Rheney The date bureau sponsored by Ml you C, ln.-: . H Mr*."
Darkest the hours before theduwn' On Sunday, April 26, Homestead the tenth grade furnished hostessesfor Tall HOI'SE.Ift-Mi*. M.4.i. k kkw kM m thaw ..... what with
[High School Band .....1.. the b.oaa ew..sdn ef'oIn said series ......_ ....-., items t
sure light gave an out l the boys from Camp Redland. kw lrtmit ctaM to kn. Ww k...> 1M invaluable Nn It ..,. Ie her
door concert at the municipal alrpoh The girls showed the boys around deity M* I
It was a success and a large and helped them to get GET nEE DEMONSTRATION ,
TWITS crowd attended. acquainted Withers "kll, .._ l>.m to ,..noI' why ........ "Here FM tkta > rw..n.l .i
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e.v.wi.ne., the fr..d.M wwrn. ... Lester bearing Ma you owes .... fl
Little did the band think It One 'j
Two downy. cuddley baby heads, of the most enjoyed event fear kMrtas *M.
|,could do something to help the of the evening was the dance in
Two Another little toys cap to to make later buy. soldiers at Camp Redland but on the gym sponsored by the seniors RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA<< 1

Two birthday cakes to bake 1 April 27 and April SO the band The gym was filled to capacity and 11 CMUNM Bldg. Micas t
E f. played for the soldiers to drill at everyone appeared to behaving *
the municipal airport Althoughthis .
grand timeA
Tw" let of childish hurts and
l humps seems just a small thing In Maypole dance was enjoyed tiI
Wits i. mothers UM to MaL I the way of helping, the band members by the elementary school on the
Tsets of were more than willing and outside basketball court
f xed. KTiwne.v blsceps'l hope they can help again. The "Jolly Juniors" took care of GEORGE Se OKELL i fl :
I The music festival that was"to the hot dog and hamburgers. I 1
A im jingly U> feel.
be held on May 12 at Miami Edison Dr. Elliott presided in the bingo J i iI
High School has been can- booth. Candidate for I
TK-" sets of knickers laid aside
. |cried because of orders from Wash-, Some of the other booths wereCard
When long!** first were donned. .,
Twu stalwart youths to hold In I II I LEGISLATUREGroup ;

check i 't II
T7I>1: lessens. all were conned I :

Two grown-up boys-oil fat too! I 3 { f

soon of Thanks -
i Tu set upon their way | f thanks you for the vote you :
Her recompense-beside her plate I .
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; :Two gifts on Mothers Day I gave him last Tuesday and

PIS*, BBH solicits your continued sup 1

I pro thee, 0 Cod that I maybe : I take this means of expressing my sin. port through the run-off primary to be held J

beautiful within.-Socrates. I I
cere appreciation for the overwhelming ma- 1I
MAY 26, 1942 ,

FROM OUR MAIL BOX jority given me Tuesday's election. I will I .' .

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earnestly strive to merit your continued confidence I ]

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1 co-operation. 1

Editor Leader-Enterprise1 I ]

W B. Myrlck of South Krome
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sve. has a kid born recently with ,

six legs When the goats begin,, CHAS. G. TURNER 1

putting on dual power behind It Appreciation f fI -

looks a* if they are la earnest I

about )he winning of the war.HOLLISTER I II 6eJ

I SAGE. I want to thank the

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0 1 1.1 1.......... em-e-I voters of Dade County
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C. W. PETERS
unmindful of the fact

that it took the loyaltyand
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hard work of many
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Thanks the Voters
success possible. To

; those who did not support *
of South Dade
I me I would like to ask their support

now that I may make Dade County a good ..

for the confidence In him as expressed at the polls county commissioner. .

Tuesday and urges them to fo with him Into the

second' primary on May 26 and make victory com
PRESTON B. BIRDx

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I II *" *,. .,*** I I Allen West to ReceivePh. i ,f''
I H. H. S. NOTESContinued D.
Degree Tonight
In and Around Our ,I
the Rev. Allen West, son of
I ( from Page Four) Boys in Service 1 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. West, will
are eligible for a trip to Tallahassee t receive the Doctor: of Philosophy
HomesteadMrs. to the state short-course.: degree at Southern Baptist Semi.
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The Judges were Miss Eunice ., Ie . * "" I nary in Louisville Ky.. tonight.

Grady and Hits Margaret Delaney Eldred N. I Mrs West left for Louisville Wed
Deweese member of
from the Home Demonstration office jneeday be
In MiamLMi. the class of mi of Homestead to present at her son's

Julian H. Webster and Mrs. Tuesday for their summer homeIn .. Lola Behrens and Mr*. Bill High School finished a four- commencement exercises.Dr. .
Jesse L. Faith left Tuesday evening N. Woodbury, Conn. Bethea are the leaders of the older month course in aerial photography West with his wife and their j
for,Atlanta where they will Mrs. Frank Webb and Infantson. girls. Mrs. C W. Little Hs the in the naval air station In Peo-, year-old daughter, Janet Marie
visit with Mr*. Webster's mother, Frank Rondalson, born April leader for the elementary group sacola oa April la and received will live in Nashville where he >/
Mr*. E. A. Hartsock. They plan 21 in the James Archer Smith More awards will be presented' with his diploma the rating of, will be pastor of the Woodmen
y to remain In Atlanta until com Hospital were returned to the at the Achievement Day a countywide private, tint class. He was trans i Baptist Church.
t mencement exercises are held at Webb home Wednesday. Mrs. O,' meeting to be held at Central ferred on May S to San. Diego'
Agnes Scott College In Decatur, W. Freeman of Miami is spending School Miami on May t. marine ba... I' Children Will Present
Ga, where Mn. Webster's daugtv several weeks with her son-in-law, Mother's Day Program
ter, Mill Alta, will fet a btchel- daughter and new grandson.Mrs. MAGAZINES keCEIBED Von Deweese, Richard
lor', Steve Biondo and Billy
or degree.Mr. Lonnle L. Hood and Infant By Mary Catherine Sober BiUt'rI.j A Mother's Day program of
and Mrs. Bevo Webb and lIOn, Richard Lonnle, born April The library club has received left Tuesday for the songs and readings will be givenat
", daughter, T.Uul h Ann left Sunday Ing school at Parris .
SO will be returned Sunday from from Eastern Airlines some magazines II o'clock Sunday In the Free
:, for a visit with relative In the James Archer Smith Hospitalto pertaining to airplanes. After Methodist Church In Florida City,
Elton Sauls of who
y Hattiesburg. Mia. the Hood home.A. sorting the magazines, the Interesting Homestead announce Mrs.\ Edith Tamblyn,
Mrs. O. W. Calkins left Sunday W Hutchinson left Sundayfor articles are given to the was Inducted into the army several pastor.
weeks Is .
s for Melbourne where she will Ruskin Fla, where he has model airplane club. Some of the ago cadet now stationed an aviation at machinist ",.Ith of Our Mothers", "Moth.
spend the week with Mr. Calkins contracted to pack tomatoes for magazines received are the "Aero Field Texas. Sheppard ar's Hymn" and "God Bless the
} who Is employed there. Independent growers. Digest" and the "Airways TraiL. I Mothers" win be sung by the con
Mrs. Vera Summerlin of West Mr. and Mn. Lloyd Witt and The Airplane Club has found Pvt Martin Bishop; who Is stationed gregation. "A Pledge to Parents"will
I' Palm Beach Is visiting relativesand [small daughter, Amelia Hope, left these magazines very useful In its at Morrison Field at West be sung by those under IIMn .
friends'In Homestead. Monday for their home in Bedford work. Palm Beach spent Sunday In Elizabeth Brooks, charter
Janice Howard Johnson, small Va. Homestead. mother of the church, will five
o rimiffhtor nf Mr. and Ur.. Mnntxvi Bovs Cooking Class the opening! prayer. JeredeanTambiyn i

.t Johnson Is spending-a-few-days FWRIDA-Cm- Series Chicken DinnerBy I School In Miami oa Friday evening and Faye and Sara Mills I
with her grandmother, Mrs. Minnie May 1. Billy Byrd will read Scriptural verses on ;
:r Austin, In MiamiMiss I By Warrens Severs Tan Raeaey senting the Neva King "Mother's Love". {
:; Last Thursday afternoon the 1'\'pre-i Mother's Day recitations will be
Betty Blake a senior at the School stood up for
::1 University of Miami spent thee Mr and Mrs. H. J. Brockett left boys home economics class cookeda rounds, then finally given by K.II1)lllla, Rose Walker,
week-end with her parents Mr Sunday for CiintonvlU, Conn. complete dinner and served word, "gingham". Grady Mill. Teddy Walker, Juan- I
\: and Mrs. D. P. Blake of South Al-I Staff Sergeant Richard Matt themselves and two guests, Miss Shackleford, winner from the Its Rohrer. Mary Ann Truby, Mary \
,:! lapattah Gardens son of MacDIU Field near Tampa Ferguson the home economics eighth grade, was eliminated when Walker, Lorena Odum, Curtis
N Miss Louise Wollam left Monday visited relative here over the teacher, and Mr. Wakefield, the she missed the word dimensions'. Gooding Sara Mills Jeredean
A for a visit with her brother week-end. agriculture Instructor The two winners from Homestead Tamblyn and Faye Mills. Beatrice t
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Miss Ethel Lott suffered a broken The menu was as follows: sliced were awarded spelling cer Cline will give three readings. <
I W. B. Lumpkin in Macon, and arm recently. I I tomato salad, fried chicken buttered ,tificates.TO. Rewards, souvenirs and certificates \
friends and relatives Birming Mn N. Dayno, Mn. Edith Tarn English peas, sweet potato will be distributed by the V
1, ham. blyn, Jeredean Tamblyn, Miss, souffle, hot rolls, butter Ice BUY DICTIONARY: pastor. '
';: Mrs. John Julian of Homestead Genevieve Cline, Donald Starck. I cream, cake and-Iced tea. The Pan American Club and I .
left by plane Friday for her form and Joe Farrel were Saturday The teacher Is proud of tier both Spanish classes plan to bringa I Elsie- "What kind of husband J JI
er home In Wisconsin.Mr. guests of Mrs. G. Allen In Miami. boys' class and commented on the dine per person, and with Miss I would you advise me to get, <
and Mrs. Guy Harvey who Mn. Selma Mattson and grandson decorations, attractive table service Stewart help buy a copy of Appleton -i Grandma*" j
spent the winter In South Allap. Ricky Becker returned and good food. s Spanish-English English-! Grandma: "You Just leave husbands '
t pattah Gardens left Wednesday for Thursday from Cape Sable. I I Spanish dictionary for the Spanish alone and get yourself a 1
SPELLING BEE
ATTEND j -
.tf Woodbury, Conn. Miss Dorothy Barker spent the department single man' 1
A Mr and Mrs. Sam Murphy and week-end visiting 1.1:. and ilw By Mary Frances Byrd '
their children and Merle Kannel George Davis In Miami. Homestead was proud of the: 1
,4 left Mn Fritz Schroeder visited Mr. contestants who took part in
South
Allappatah Gardens thO//
Tuesday for their summer home and Mrs. E. H. Chase of Miami spelling bee held at For Complete Home Furnishings I

In Hartsvllle. O. Tuesday. "
Mr. and Mn. Labor Bishop left F. B. Lelninger visited Mrs. A Mr. and Mn. Earnest Hamilton
\, Monday to visit with Mrs. Bishop's Sebrlng of Miami Sunday. Sunday. See'SmithGraves
J Parents Mr and Mn. C. J. Hartley Edward Heffer and Andy Pala- George and Lewis! Johns enjoyed -I
In Davliboro, Ga. ya left Sunday for Ochopee.: a fishing trip Monday night ;
( Joe Byrum. student at the University Mn. S. S. Shields Is visiting Mr A surprise birthday party for
of Miami, spent the weekend and Mn. Stewart Shields and Mrs. N. Dayno was given Thursday -I Furniture Co.
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs family in Miami. evening by Mrs. Edith Tam ,
J. R. Byrum. Mr. and Mn. J. D. E. Baldwin Is recovering from blyn and Misses Beatrice and
his recent Illness. Genevieve Cline. Present were:
Anderson of Miami were guests at '
the Byrum home Sunday. Mr. and Mn. Frank Hamilton Mrs. William Brooks. Mrs. I Homestead Phone 2JS-J
Mr. and Mn. Augustus Wynn 'of Chokoloskee and their grandson Gooding, D. E. Baldwin and Jere-l
and son; Brian, spent the week i Robert SmaUwood.. visited dean Tamblyn.
end with Mn Wrnns parents, '1. t.
Mr. and Mn. S. W. Smith in Hol
lywood.
Miss Helen Moye and Miss Mary
';Jo Burrls of Perrine spent the
week-end In Key West with Miss
Eloise Gossman.Mr. DON'T WASTE FERTILIZER
and Mn. Grant Mahan with
their son, Edgar, left Thursday for
Rehoveth, Md. They accompaniedtheir .
older son, W. K. Mahan of
Rehoveth, who came down to take e o .
them north.'
Mr. and Mn HoUlster Sage left



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Paste: Six HOMESTEAD! LEAnER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, May 8, 1942
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It JUNIOR CLUB TO GIVE DANCE TOMORROW: The CalendarMay FIFTY SOLDIER BOYS ENTERTAINED 1.1 M

\ NIGHT FOR LOAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND , ---[ BY EPISCOPAL CHURCH AUXILIARY. 'l.

-- S-Music Week program In -- .
,. Plan for a dance to raise funds be: Mn. Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick, Mn Homestead School auditorium at Fifty soldlen from Camp Red- church at the close of the party.
). for the scholarship fund of the Augustus Wynn Mn. Bruce Ennli, I o'clock. land were entertained Wednesday I Plans for entertaining the sol.dlers .
Mrs Olin Wright and Miss Mar. May >-May dance In Chamberof evening by memben of St. John's were made by the auxiliaryat
Woman' Club of Homestead I
Junior informal Friday's meeting at the horn
at
garet Albright. Commerce building Episcopal Church an o
were made at a meeting of Mn Wynn, president, announced May 11-Meeting of Monday party on the church grounds. Dr. of Mrs. J. O. Roman. Mn. Ralph
} the club Monday evening In the committee appointment Music Club at home of Mn. C. W. H. K. Pendleton and the Wom Kingman and Dr. Pendleton told
b 'clubhouse. The dance will be given for the year as follows: hospitality Hagler Rice. an's Auxiliary were In charge of of the recent Orlando convention.
,' tomorrow night In the Chamber Mrs..Fitzpatrick; welfare, Mm. May: 12-Music and speech festival ' the arrangements. present at the auxiliary: meetingwere
..f Commerce building with Mrs. Alton Horne; membership, of Homestead, Redland and First Lieut. .J. $. McCreary: : Dr. and Mn. Pendle n,' ,
"Ted Oldendorf n general chair Mn. Walker: scholarship, Mrs Ptrrln*' schools In Hom..iead'achool chaplain at the camp, led the Mrs. Henry Johnson Mrs. M. F. ,"
man. The club plant to give a Ennls;' :year book, Mrs. Wright, auditorium. group In community singing White, Mn. Ruth L. Scott, Mn. I
loan scholarship of $100 to a graduate Mrs. Roberta Harrison and Mrs. May: 1J-All-day meeting ot W. Wieners and marshmallows were Robert R. Relmert. Mn. Geo. M.Wakefleld. .
of Homestead or Redland Fitzpatrick; scrapbook, Mn. Vir- s..c. S.May roasted and served with ice cream, Mrs. W. K. Haas, Mn. Y 1
High School for a business course ginia Walton; historian, Mrs. En. ': 13-Redland P. T. A. Installation cookie and candy.A Rhodes Mn. Kingman and Mn. J
.The; club voted to aend 10 complimentary nli: flowers and visiting, Mrs. An dinner at 8 oclock. short service was held In the Roman. -11
tickets to the dance to sel Barrow; library, Mn. Walton: May IS-Meeting of Redland W. o.v
Camp Redland to be given to ol- safety: patrol, Mrs. Barrow; defense S. C. S. in church at i:SO o'clock. MRS. WALTER H. BECKHAM TO INSTALL I
Biers, stationed there. i and health, Mn. Burley Den. May Presbyterian Auxiliary: 1
1: Mrs. T. J. Walker will have dy; Red Cross, Mrs Walker; war birthday party at home of Dr. and REDLAND P. T. A. OFFICERS ON MAY .13Mn. "l
r 0 Charge of decorations for the dance vlstory recreation, Mrs. Olden Mrs. Carl F. Robinson.
\ ameS Mn. Burley Dendy, of the dorf; and war victory savings, May Homestead Junior Class New officers for Redland P. T. W. H. Turner; recording secretary -, j
ticket Serving at the door will] Mn Stanley Wittkop. play.May I A. will 0 be Installed at a dinner : ,. Miss Sue Robinson; corresponding -
IS-Covered dish luncheonof secretary: Mn. Margaret r
South' Dade Garden Club In meeting Wednesday evening at 8 Otis; and treasurer Mrs. t
I GARDEN CLUB TREATS SOLDIER BOYS city park. o'clockby Mrs. Walter R Beck. I Frank: Hathaway. Mn. Herman

TO HOME COOKED MEAL IN CITY PARKA May: 1 -Meeting of Redland ham of Miami, past president of Heinlein, president, will preside.A .
I Woman's Club. the county council and first vice- program of nine. living pic. '"'

II group of boys from Camp ans, Martin Cramer, Lloyd Little May 28-Poppy day sale. president of the state federation.The lures, 'The March of the Months"will
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Leo Gomes, O. Eason, Roscoe H. May 27-Pot-luck supper meeting school cafeteria will serve the be presented by: the rooms of
t bountiful Helms, J. M. Agreco, Vernon Ster of University Club at home of meal, a chicken dinner, to get the elementary school.
cipal park Monday: by the South us and John U. Ulsh. Mrs. L. R. Becker In Florida City. funds for needed Improvements Musical numbers also will be y
I Those to be Installed are: president presented.The .
I Dade Gurden Club. The soldiers The others present were: Mn DEAN BAXTER.JR.,
I enjoyed particuarly: the unlimited Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. R. J. Shep- MARRIES GIRL Mrs. A. L. Campbell; first association hopes that all '
MIAMI
; serving of lime pie and rich herd, Mn. J. M. Dobbin Mrs. D. Dean Houston Baxter, Jr son vice-president Mn. Chas. Hennlngton patrons and friends of the school a
I chocolate cuke they: were urged to M. Shetzline, Mn. N. G. Ball, Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Baxter, ; second vice-president will attend. ,
r take.Dr. W. K. Haas, Mn. H. J. Derbyshire, former residents of Homestead 1 1I
Emma Tucker displayed Mn Chat. Pratt Mn. Grace Mc- and Miss Patty Jean Kirby. daughter NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB i i I Present were: Mn. W. E. Gaby, .:J
r Chinese pottery and embroiderywhen : Lellan Smith Mrs. M. M. Black, of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kirby TO SPEND DAY SEWING Mn Morgan J. Thomas, Mrs. L. 1
aha spoke at the garden Mrs Walter Klmrey, Mn. Elberta of Miami, were married Friday Memben of the Redland Neighborhood H. Klopp, Mn. Clayton SedgwkkI
club meeting which preceded the: Bule. Mrs. J. H. Rohrer, Mrs. H.' evening at 7:30: o'clock In the Riv- Club will spend all day I Cooper, Mn W. O. Chase, Mn. J. i
4 dinner She was Introduced by 0 M. Brown, Mrs. Ben Young MI'J.I enlde Baptist Church by the Rev. May 27 sewing for the Red Cross | A. Rotherham, Mn. Reed Holmes.
Mn Annie R. Butler, presidentThe I J. A. Ricks, Mn. J. M. Holferty, W. G. Stracener. It was decided at a meeting of the I\Mrs. Sam J. Davis and Mn. King. :
soldier guests Included: Sgt Mrs H. O. CronwalL Miss Jeanette Peterson and Wm. club Wednesday at the home ofj I IMra. I I man
,. Wiggins, John Danker, Sam' The next meeting will be a covered ! Conderman were the attendants. Ralph Kingman. The all-
Wheeling, Sam Zorn Jim Moore,' dish luncheon In the park on The bride wore a' whit suit dar meeting will be held at the I Mrs. H. K. Foulk and Mn. Jos.
Anthony Wickley, Jew Miller, May 18 when Mrs. W. K. Walton with white accessories and a corsage home of Mrs. L H. Klopp. Elder will represent the Monday
Emmett Onbece, Bernard Baker'j and *Mrs. Fred Fuchs will be I of white orchids. Miss Pet. Key 'West was the subject of Music Club In the Music Week
Norman Bermender, Jesse hostesses. erson wore a pale yellow suit with the program. Mn. Ceo. Wright ''program to be given tonight at 8
white accessories and a corsageof gave a reading, "Mountain Moth- o'clock in Baytront Park by the
: :MRS. JOEL J, ROBINSONENTERTAINS daisies and tuberoses.A ef' federated music clubs.
I I reception was held at the
FRIENDS AT DESSERT BRIDGE PARTY home of the bride's sister, Mrs.

-- R. W. Miller. 3
Mrs. Joel J. Robinson lave a 0 Mn. Robinson was assisted by After a short wedding trip

dessert bridge party Friday afternoon her mother, Mrs. Grace McLellan through, the state the young couple EVERYONE KNOWS THATMOTHER'S
at her home on S. W. Tint Smith, Mn. T. L. Hodges and Mrs. will live at 189 N. W, Thirty
\i H. O. CronwalLMn. fourth terrace.
street Chas. Pratt won the high. The bride was graduated from
The rooms were attractively score* prize; Mrs. Vane Harris, the Miami High School. b
decorated with dozens of RasterUlles second prize; Mn Gordon Ivey The bridegroom lived In Home. WT lreisl '
gladioli, petunias, roses and the low score prize; Mn. Preston stead during his early yean. Ho
ferns. Pink and white petunias B. Bird, the cut prize; and .Mrs. was graudated from Miami High
adorned the lice-spread table M. F, White the testing prize. School and later attended the University
from which punch was served The others present were: Mn of Florida.
during the afternoon. J. A. Webb, Mn. A. O. Cain Mn
A pink and green color schemewas A. F. Arthur. Mrs Paul Haley, MONDAY MUSIC CLUB ,
carried out In the refresh Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mn. R. R. WILL MEET MAY 11
ment course. Each guest received Kinard, Mn. R. N. Herman and I The. Monday Music Club will
a favor. Mrs. J. D. Perkins. meet May 11 at the home of Mn.
__ C. Hagler Rice with Mrs. Jos. Elder .a.i
i ROBERT I Mrs. Ceo. M. Frick and Mn.
CAST IS ELECTED PRESIDENT I
I I J. R. Rutland as hostesses. A two
; OF LOCAL WESLEY FELLOWSHIP CLASS piano concert will be presented by
I An. Hannah Asher
and Mn. Evelyn j
Robert Cast was elected president and daughter Robin, Mr. and Mrs. II Flagman Jones.
of Wesley Fellowship Class Leslie Ditter and son, Shirley, Mr. .
of the Homestead Methodist and Mrs. Dave Williams Mr. and -------1
Church at'a meeting of the class Mn Casper Williams, Miss Allle i DAY
Tuesday evening at the home of Ferguson Miss Mary McNelll, '
S the teacher, Mn. Casper Williams., Misses Antoinette and Helen Moye. i' .
y : Mr. Cast fills the vacancy created Miss Barbara Williams, Wlllard Is Sunday May 10
when the president, Cecil Dodd Norman, Sgt Jones and Robert ,
I iccepted a position with the I v. Cast '
anlment I

: Dave Williams was elected vice-' mmntnnnmm :> Why hesitate over what to give
president ,and Mrs Williams waiejected GLASSES I your "
social chairmaa Mother on Mother's Day when know
you .
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All Joined In writing a letter to Deep, lasting wave of exquisite -
,Mr. and Mrs Dodd.A 1 WWe.1 loveliness, with Thermlque how pleased hell be with a box of creamy,
covered dish supper was the nectaries method . Cool,
served on the lawn. I I teeor"m6ow safe, comfortable! luscious chocolates! Better order yours
: Present were: the Rev. and Mr*. .
t '1'. Ferguson, Mr. and Mn. Ceo Ask for today special prices, for Mother's Day!
festal Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd FieldOLLKI II I
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--I II IAlii ThermiqueALICE'S "
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SKATS corrornoNSa IN COMPOSTLar..ekIbe5F.U. sea is" &a tr MANY OTHER SUITABLE GIFTS
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menee. It* ,..AMfe.:-.*it t.. It** UlfH .- wa..s i ii I i Ji

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site s. W. ink An, MIM SALON' Jack DIXIE DRUG Howard
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HOMESTEAD LEADER :AND ENTERPRISE
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ENTERTAIN Dr. and Mrs.AT E. DINNER M. Andersen en-I i CLASSIFIED ADS I

tertained four member of the J ]

I Social Events II III Subtropical Experiment Station at'

dinner at their home Sunday eve. RATI nrrt tcsertioo KM M *a HIM Use subsequent interUnn

i, sing in celebration of the end of

the seaports truck crop experiment

on the glade. FOR RENT 5-ACRE lime grove, :S mile from 'j
CLUB MEMBERS AWARDED 26
LOCAL I After dinner, color slides of bank bldg. Can be bought on "d 1

PRIZES IN ACHIEVEMENT DAY CONTESTS via in Utah, California, New FURNISHED 5-room garage-part-, term Mrs. M. A. Burger,

. York, Germany and Denmark menu MS N. W. 2nd Ave., Mr Xrr lie ave, and 10th street. j

5 Members of the three Home rayon dress and the third prize for were shown. M. J. HobarL (pmJB) (m27tOFUH _
I Cover were laid for: Mr. and
Ii. Demonstration clubs of the Red- wool dress, suit or coat and for a Mr*. Lloyd Field, Miss Antoinette PARTLY furnished house In Flori- GALA Tropical plans, dU

. 4\ land District were awarded 28 dish garden. Mrs. Ceo. N. Wake- Mote, Robert Cast, Roy Nelson da City; running hot and colJ nil tree* and troptcat milt U

prizes In the annual AchievementDay field, president of the Homesteadclub I and Dr. and Mr*. Andersen.W. water; fruit tree; nice yard. season. Jungle Grove Re41aa4. J
won the second prizes for road and Plummet drS_
exhibit held In Miami. rose and canned Apply Homestead Leader PhoneS
vegetable and
M. V. CIRCLE: HOLDS aZ4tf)
:Mrs. J. A. Rotherham of the
Mr*. Fred Suber, three third prizesfor WANTEDTUTORING
MAT MEETING
Redland club and Mrs. Carl Anderson flower
of the Homestead club Circle One of the W. M. ( FOR SALE
Mrs. D. M. WAN'1bJ ;
Brannon
president the First Baptist Church of Home r-, IIICI>>
records.
made outstanding Mra. of the Redland club, wa awardedthe school and grade school: lubjeeu,
stead
met Tuesday afternoon GRAPEFRUIT and East
at papaya
Rotherham won: the first prizes filet for home Mrs. H. J. A. B
prize grown the home of Mrs. S. A. Turner. er lilies, also small loquat and Armstrong. ,
for Jelly a citrus product and
,
vegetables and the Plummer and
third drive Cooniry
for
r prize
.
The group decided to hold future mango trees Mrs. N. G. Ball
rolls; the second prize for mixed marigolds. Mrs. Club road. I
.
Dane
fruit and the third Seymour meeting at 4 o'clock Instead of al 13 N. E. Ith St. (my8tf) "
; prizes for I
got the first prize for citrus fruit, o'clock. .

fancy rolls and cake. Mra. Anderson and Mrs. W. D. Mahan, the first I' Present ; ROTARY awing machine, Mrs. II NOTICE OP APrtfTATIOM ;,
were: Mr Catherine roaj t
won: the first prizes for potted prize for mixed fruits. Plckard. Mr J. P. Curl In- trailer corner" 1st nir sip$ I t. '
plant, Italian clay work and thrift T. D. Piche. Mr. NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN tWl f.
Mrs. R. L Hobson of Ave. and 1st St. *
the Princeton )
,1 Pete (my j
Morgan Mr*. Harry Hall, Will Miller and All! M Miller kU wlf*
clothing; the second prize for wood club got the second prize for Mr hoMtra M AMiytMM of *o........ 0..1_
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novelty; and the third prize for 4-H craft Mrs. Witten- Julia Polk, Mr*. Annie R LIME, orange, tangelo and kum. I OJe.rftot Tan C.ort'flco" Numbered 111 t
camp ; Roy
Butler Mrs. Brook, Mr*. Bowen ale 9N, dated the Silo day .1 Aa1M.A. .
mixed cut flowers. quat trees, all sixes. Mrs. Chas. f
wyler. the second prize for threejarcanned and D. left, have filed sold ford "' /aor
Mrs. B. E. Gatlin of Homestead Mr*. Turner. Camp, East Bauer office. and be" ... aplkWtbw ,of
. exhibit; and Miss Jean The next drive.my822) tax dead la Ira tkmun In _..
meeting will be
von the second prize for held .... ...
silk br Coldren the second prize for pie. .. with Said OnlfirMM n h. the
at the home of Mr .
T. T. Bowen following oWerllnd property, stunted h I
FOR SALE CHEAP 12 cylinder De.-iIP..r'i7' ., towllt ',
Block I. Amfe )
REBEKAH ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT HOLDS NOTI'II Cadillac on brand new tires. Co.I... Plat Book IT. P... II. *. the ,
I 7? City It ""11-1' for Md. .0 two KW Perfect and I County of Dote, auto of riorM, Mnkra
SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION IN HOMESTEAD t tin and tube for a McCormltk. condition paint upholstery ..d In Con "....* N. ITS. TkaMxiMnt
o Drrrlnf .-..... 1II..IIOt" 1N n.HanH .. and In : ; at uU p undor'tkoluld
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I ant
-- of taking I" pr..t oN ::V7ce" Crnlfbatt band In the MMef I
and tub" I. ..eho..... All bid. oat be new battery. Also trailer, U........
The state president of the Rebek-I Mr*. Erma Bermeulen, Mr*. Jen- .u..I'tH. to the City Clerk'. "'f.... It the guaranteed to carry 4 toni, also Lou I to II. Blutk .. AoMod i

. 0 ah Assembly of Florida nie B. Gore and Mr*. Frances ClIP may of II,Nom"t"d 1141. not later lho. a p, o" on new tires. E. S. Hall, Phone County Cont.r. Pint Bock IT. Pan of rkwide.II. In the u

Irene Miller of St. Petersburg, a*. Brook R, .B. EDWARDaAPPLY 592-J-l. (mItt) of1lr..:: No 174. The j
listed by Mr*. H. B. Besttie district City Clark. aoeaa.mmt .f said property u:*rt the
Those coming from Coral LodgeNo. 111.1' .. IIltl said C.nltlrau betted was In MMof I
deputy president, held a 13 of Coconut Grove included: GENUINE "Betty" papaya seed unit".
school of instruction in Homestead definitely bred by hand pollina- Unless "Hld"rRlflr. >M hill W n.
Mrs. Cora Russell, Mr*. Ethel Van- devoted uvordlnc to )... Un dead will '
Wednesday In the I. O. O. F. hall. decar, Mrs. Martha Nickerson tion for over 12 years, true to ."... thereon ..n the 17th day of Mar. f
The hall had been FOR YOUR form unparalleled as eating A. O. IP"
attractively Mrs. Alma B. Koppel Mrs. Bar- Dated this fist dar at April. I"'. ,
decorated in the president's color, melon, 11 pkt. of 300 reed. Bron- E B UA THKRMAII.Clo. .
violet bara Hendry and Mrs. Mary J. 1942 son Bayliss R. 1 Box 855 Mia- .. (Irrull (hurt.
and white, by Mrs. Anna Stewart. Driver's LicenseAT t>.'H Coiinlr PlorMl.R .
1 Messenmlth and Mrs. H. M. De,. mi. (myl-15) N. C ITFKHt.TT. D C.ClKuK I
ler. Members of the hostess lodge Court Rnl
FULL BRED cocker I Apr tl. M.y 1. A. 15. H. IIU !
j Mrs. Blanche Chapman present were: Mrs. E. S. Caplinger, spaniel puppies -
presented Mrs. Goldie Justice of Peace OfficeOdd 12 N. E. 10th street Phone
Mrs. Miller with a bou- McCready, Mrs. J. H. I NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER FOR
corsage Dixon, Mrs. W. D. Mahan J106. mott 0 PCBI II ITXr ,
Mra.
quet of gardenia and lilies, a gift Fellow IN TUB VINCI IT RT OP THK
Florence Pacetti, Mrs. Gussie Building FI t\ I\TH: JUDICIAL tlHtl'IT IN
from Liberty Rebekah Lodge eoo SACKS LIME cheap. L. s'l AND rim run* toi vn, FIOKIDA.riiintirr..
Luncheon was served at 1:30.: Joiner, Mrs. R. G. Moon, Mr*. HOMESTEAD - FLA. Spencer. Navy Yard P. O. 1'1 "A..Elly. CANE s. III'''.
Irene Shanklln, Mrs. Chapman CITY of H..d. a .......,...1 ..toesperaras
Members of Palm Lodge No. 27 826, Homestead. (a24tf I 01 the sate 01 1'1..101.. .
present were: Mrs. Jeanette Crull, Mrs. Beattie, Mrs. Messersmith J Open freea.Sotobp.m. i ... Th.......... Burry tI ... tI.1 I DrfrndIN j
and Mrs. Degler. . J *..t..
FOR
Mrs. lasting beauty, plant cala-
Sarah J. Storer. Mrs. Jesse THE NAME OP' THY STATIC fir'
E. Moier Mrs. Christine E. Frllo, ::I mondin. Full line of citrus trees. FLORIDA
Roberta Nurseries ll nppMrlnf that the l law 'in lurk MMnudo
Epmore dr..
and pruvlrtrd ku have n.mvllnl with

DINING ROOM: PROJECT J I I Homestead. (pmlJ) I In wkldl the Mid nknn. rcuM entitled to .hereby now,made tko till n ,pare.of .

ADOPTED BY W. S. C. S. Telephone -5996 Established 1S97 400 LIME TREES 9 months old I hereof M tkmiifk fully HI forth korrtn, f
.
ntlllln. the Plaintiff b a VaHrt I* Ar
Finishing and furnishing the sacrifice price 35c each. CleoIpatra par or 0..... tsar Publication. dr! ...lH .laou.

dining room In the Sunday school SUTTON JEWELRY CO. root stock-superior tO I NOW. THEREFORE YOU. A, V. B.B 1

building of the Homestead Methodist rough lemon for disease and i 1 .iky.. ISO \\'..t tmk street Nn YnrkCltr
Now York. Jukn J:. Onnn and Odk
Church will be the project Miami's drouth resistance. Buyers re- ;, of the W. S. C. S. for the coming Oldest Jewelry StoreDiamondsWatchesJewelrySilverware move trees. Geo. H. Fitzpat-j! County, North Carolina, OfindnnU In
'Mid' .,_. wnoM .*" ... tnvr twntY.on* 1
year the member decided" at a rick, Naranja rd. (a24tf) < years non.rwi l.nt. of the fl... nf ,.......
meeting held Tuesday afternoonIn d. see Mrrhy notified. .. ordered. and r.r
FOR I! reins to fit). your imtonranr In said
the church. u.rlfTrOI: .,
ADOPTIOV awe r proMwdlnn rn or hrfor the Itith
132 E. Flatter Street Miami, FloridatfUBNEB day of Jtin. A. O 1M<. otkrrwlM term .
NOTICE: ID HEREbY "lv.n that Ik.inaVranrnnl ( *
Mrs. T. A. Ferguson urged all will an the Sad day of J..... I I,n> tanfm"i vlll ... .nl..Md ...iln/ >l you.
member to attend the second j mil it 10) A. M.. or M .... thrnvflir iKiinirl The nnlurf .Bid iu.. n..r. nnmrdln'
,
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I friars. naeln.l j'U >t. I'" ".' ( To. Sala f
n >pllr
n r tiin
part of the study course to be I to 1k* ::-bl.: Arthur; <;imr at*. Circuit | :t-tiff .....
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given next Tuesday in the church. : Judge of the E.l.v.nih J..dl.'ol' Clrrult in Ilo.d I Th. .... .Irtl.,. r h. ....1 1'''_
.. 0 ,promiM >lnu U w tones. L1 14 of
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i tar Old. Cc UM lit" rides 1 Ckamk.rnit
I Mrs. Ferguson also reported on the Dad* County .. Huaa I Irii lark 4. MovilPtlm AiMKI; .n <:. H.mV.HM4 .
the recent W S. C. S. conference "- >rW.. for .n order.rt'. '..Miami.l'! : .rrordltw W Plat U..n. !. nave *T. .
.
... ,.
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.d.rytl.w if J>" nn kirlnatrirk ky them i ia :Puklk Rot. of Dad ("" .rld. i
In Miami. L tklr, daughter In i:tn.tlnnoe with the. I Lou 1 and G. It I. M.Addition\ MH.'mtMMd. ,
statute In wrh ..... made and protkM.D nnonlln V Plot Il.mh| 1. pace
It was announced that a covered >u4 it Mtaml. Florida. April loth I HI. Puklfe IWinr4i ft l,u\t.\ < :,my. M
dish luncheon will be held FUNERAL 1912. '.. : lap 1.. II. :. ..f J t Fry. AHdlli..n
SAMUEL i. Dl CARLO Hi HiMMtfnd ><<.inilni to Met lli...k I MDM
after the church service on May ROSE Dl CAM.OIMttlomn. 111. Ptfkll Rn"ra> >' I>.H. ( ....",

17, and the fourth quarterly conference I "It" .nTfunbrr ...1 that 'his seder k*
H H TAYLOR.
2521 H OME .. .. ..._...,.
will be held that afternoon.A 1 Attuntry for Podlle.: uhlUhr4 a wwk for four ,
.
this a. 11. (3. it. Jens .. IS4DNOTiri irwki In Tk* HoOiMIMd LMdrP and Fn.terprlM
program on "Children in the I a n w pap.r published I. Mud
Home and in the Church" was Servico OP APP, rATIoN bounty and state.w'ITNESm i
Ulour Ambulance .
FOB TAX DUll imp rind and the offk-bl M|
presented by Mrs. Geo. Ranaon, Chapter nUT OF ,a if this awes on the .th daY of May. Ills.C .
Mrs. Roy Darby and Mrs. H. L rn. A.IIUACTS lUll I k LEATH ERMAN.
LADY ATTEND: tXTPhone : NOTICE If HEREBY GIVEN that a."". + Clerk of the Circuit Conn.lul .
Brown. wi C. Mllk. koldVr of Stau old County [ County Florid
270 Homestead Fla.: Tar CtrtlllnM ass and ate. wad Circuit Court i
Ih. Ilk .*ar of .10.... A. D. lias. .... read lastBy a. H RICO :.
maw I* ml Off!.., Md has mod aPBllof Deputy Ckrrk,
WANT AD3
PAY
.... for a tan dads .. iMUMl tlwtea,.. Ibid RA C. HAYCOCK, .
Conlfkatsabrew the followhiffldMribrd ... ..,..- kid.. Miami FliHku.ktlonm .
...-. In the County 01 Da**. '/ for Plaintiff )'
quay 1. IS. SI. 81. fun I, 1041)Unions
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Lot 7 $04. ." a 'ub.
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I Plat Book a. Pap. Ia the Canty.f Mid Certificates hall be r* '
Dad. State .5 Flared.: as I deemed acftardlM I1. law, the prop.rt*
We Have An kraort In feninom No. Ml The urlM tlwratn will b* "ol I' M IkeIrtinl
MMMIWM of said property Under ... h bidder' at the lun .o,4< '
Mid OnlflMt Wad. was In UK rams the tint Mondnir la the .. Junk,
of B. F H.......... II J".. II4S.IlnUd .
Lot 14 bo a1 L,M II and 1NV 14" title! Slot day of April. H4t. :
Nurra. 7 Sob, Plat I Bo.* S. e. B LCArHtKktAM.Cltrk :
AMPLE SUPPLY OF TIRES Far II In the County of D.J.. RUM I tlrtMrt Court.t I '\
.,( Florida, embraced In OrtlfteuHo. d, Ci.rrir. FVrld.. .
IM. Th. HMvmnI i>f sold prop. 0c fly:. C STtRRFTT, IK OlImll ; I
: Court
any mdn UM "d C.rtifkau' lW
I Cs '
won r the same of B. P Hud.dnw. IAp4 ? I. S, II, IMI 1 1

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Agents for Firestone and Goodrich Tires .
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i I S. Krome at 5th Street Phone 18 TeL Ne.11' zetabllabed me

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Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, May 8, 1942'I I

r REDD DEFEATED'enoUlh to attract the attention clth REGISTRATIONContinued withstood machine gun fire while da City UI the vote was Gautier 48, t
lost pBot. I worn by the inventor. In addition Gordon 20.Marshall. io
\' Crash truck from the naval air to its bullet-proof quality it I* so C. Wlseheart was re- ,:
f (Continued from Page One) bas transported the damaged Insulated with a shock absorbing nominated for representative in. !
Gable, registered from Kendall fa plan back to OplLocka.TWODY.FOUR. ( from Page One) device so that the Impact of machine Group Two. Wlseheart' vote here ,
order to be eligible to make the by the fact that torn of the registrants gun bullets doe not bruise was 217 as compared to 70 for
t race. In his campaign speeches. will not be issued ration the body of the wearer or affect Holmes Allen and 81 for Claude t'
Turner Mid Hunter had rented book until the supplies of sugar his equilibrium. M. Barnes; in Florida City it was:
I I room In Kendall and stayed they have on band an used up. WlseheartM, Allen 13 and Barnes
there overnight In order to be Those who do not obtain sugar 14.
able to register U a voter of that ration books during the registration COUNTYRACES s
Homestead's vote in Group
district when U I matter of fact (Continued from Fag One) will have to apply to the 1(8
Three legislature was Peters ,
I be lived in the heart of Coral local board when
Two of the coins were 102 :yean rationing they
88, Okell 70, Blakley 32. ,.
Continued from Page One) Dowltng
(
Gables and had a law office in old. are ready for them. E. A.Ctrter :
,Bell 32 Burr 24 and Court 1 in
( I 11 chairman and A. R. showed ;
Miami.In Meybern is final returns yesterday '
The thieve took their tint and Florida City It was: Peters 32,
Homestead, Turner received secretary of the local rationing Congressman Green to have a majority
I tried on pair after pair of shoe 20, OkeU 15, Blakley 8,
Dowling
41S vote compared with Hunter's I' board and its office Is in Mr. M.y.bent's for the post of congressmanatlarge. -
until they found their proper size. 5 Cozatt 3 Bell 2.
Burr
102; In Florida City the vote was:I,Discarded sizes of shoes were paint and body works on ,
!Turner 53, Hunter 30. found scattered an over the floor S. Krome avenue. Pat Cannon was re-elected as
In Homestead, Bird's vote was from the Fourth District
when Mr. Wittkop cam to work congressman PAN AMERICANContinued
\ 307 compared to Redd'a 176 whilein Saturday morning. and Judge H. L. (Tom) Se- I'
Florida City Bird received 15I electedto -
The roof of the building wu In bring of Gainesviy was
vote* and Redd $4.s I process of being recovered and INVENTORContinued the state supreme court ( from Page On)
In other
the commissioners'races
roofing tar left by the robbers' County Solicitor Robert R. Taylor be necessary for servicing. the
result were: Charles H.I shoes was found on the floor of defeated Wm. J. Pruitt by a hug bomber base.
Crandon re-elected: from District the store, especially In front of the ( from Page One) vote of 11,708 to 17345. In Homestead The bombers now using the
One; Huih Peters, re-elected from cash register. A ladder left: against further developing bullet-proof the vote was: Taylor 239 South Dad airport ar doing so
District Two; and N. P. Lowery,I I the,bulldln, by the roofing crew' armor which he had invented during Pruitt 288: in Florida City: Taylor mainly for the practice affords ."...
re-elected from District Three. J. made access to the roof easy for I II the first world war but which 60, Pruitt 37. the pilots in landing and taking ,
Lamar Paxon of South Miami, I the thieves. They made their exit II was not perfected in Urn to be R. B. Gautier, Jr.. won the nomi- oft their unusually heavy ships.
commissioner from District Four through a door at the rear of the put Into use before the armisticewas nation for the legislature Group Some servicing is available but
was unopposed. i iI store, but for torn reason or declared. One, with 2I.7S8 votes comparedto until the hangars, machine shops, t
I other took the trouble to go backup The Brewster armor, streamlined 8,132 for Fritz Gordon, his refueling stations and other main
CADET PILOT on the roof and pull the two- and lightened as I result of ,nearest opponent In Homestead tenance facilities are constructed: ,
i by-four back up through the sky.I ill 1940 work in the ordnance I Gautier received 220 votes com- the airport near her will remain fIn
light. bureau of the United States Navy, pared to 123 for Gordon; in Fiori. the nature of I way-station. $

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street because of power and light 1'1'1'' r"w'! .1" T""In-'lrl' nTIm"T"='lIT lTT'll""II'II' 'T' " 1"" I'
lines on the north side. As the
ship settled down for the landing 1 1Special
the right wing clipped the top'
branches from a tree on the south
aide of the road, cleared a second: :
tree an dstruck a low hanging
feeder electric light line from the
power line to the residence of Jim:
Jones, 118 W. Mowry, tearing one, r .
wire loose from the meter. I

Swung to the south by the resistance , :
:1 i iY
to Its right wing, the :'r ,
plane beaded for a vacant lot,' Building NoticeWhat
where rocks or other obstructions y.
ripped off the left front landing
gear and the ship spun around in
the lot on its remaining wheel to; ,. :
face north just short of the street's

edge.A. .
Eskew Smith, who watched 1 Can You. Build NOW? ,'.V
the landing from a window of his
residence:at 111 W. Mowry, was
the first person to reach the

Deputy crippled arrived plane. at Fir the seen Chief a'tu1 For the benefit of those puzzled by the Conservation Order issued by

'I later and took Pilot Barto to a telephone the Government on April 9th, RESTRICTING NON-ESSENTIAL CON ,

\j Op-Locka where bas he*. reported to the STRUCTION, the Brooker Lumber Company, Inc., takes pleasure in outlining ',

Within a few minutes after the "What You Can Build Now". . t-
crash, a crowd of several hundred II !'
persons many of whom had 1. BUSINESS OR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, either new
watched the dangerously flyIng .
of the plan with mixed emotions I construction or additions, costing $5,000.00 or less.

ten*,. had congregated at the 2. FARM BUILDINGS, either new construction or additions,

One or two automobiles had 4 costing 1000.00, or less per structure. '
gone to the municipal airport, now I,
f'
officially closed but available for I ': 3. RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION, either new construction

emergency landings, and directed I or additions, costing less than $500.00. :
their headlight on the field but
the lighting afforded was not j 4. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE of RESIDENTIAL, aA

, I FARM and COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS are not restrictedto

: ea any amount of money. The.design of the buildings, though, :
.1 t
must not be changed by repair.
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What Can You Do If The Cost Does Exceed


These Figures ?
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The Brooker Lumber Company, Inc. will gladly assist you in making :.:

application on the proper form to theFIIA Office. If the building or addition

II I I is considered NECESSARY, the FIIA Office will grant permission.

A DANGCK SIGNAL Come in and let us'help you with your building needs. The restrictions

When your nerve an on edge I apply>> to privately financed construction as well as those financed through '

from overwork or worry, It will loans. '..
pay you to heed Nature's warning'
>
that your physical condition is below We urge you not to attempt to go ahead with a job which would exceed .
At such a Urn, chiropractic I.
par. a
adjustment may be just I the limits of the Government's order (without necessary permission), because ,

what you need to restore your I there is a severe penalty for any person or dealer who wilfully violates :,

highly its normal sensitive functioning Dll'VOUIl7atem by modern to'1 any provision of the order, and periodical inspections are to be made by the (

, method Miami Office of the War Production Beard. \

norms

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Brooker Lumber Company, Inc.

R. J. Elliott .

cmmor.ACTO Homestead, Fla. Phone 62
McCrary Arcade
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