Title: The leader-enterprise
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00644
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: April 28, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00644
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

Full Text
aTppirr

+;


.y U '' F 1.IBRARYLt.var'ttj

titnt1t1,19:


see"" 00 ?


per" l.H6MEsTEAD.LEADER telasa4l tDktrid 1


'Weew


AND ENTERPRISE Two Sections I

Sixteen Pages

VOL. 33-NO. 17 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 28. 1944 PRICE: FIVE CENTS

.
.


Non-Partisan Fish-Fry RallySaturday .








for Wing .!


!; . New Hospital





Soldiers' Help-Battle Fire ALL CANDIDATES INVITED ;!




I Called Worst in 27 Iears 'tO !pO DISTRICT VOTEATMEETINGINUTYPARK ;:



,, .

; : A raging wood fire describe Purple. ,Heart Awarded, Ralph Bevis t.:

nil wont in 2? cause! I
e* years
damage ,estimated u high ei. Wounded Feb. 4 in' Action at Anzio 'kc

tS,OO 'before it WM brought under May 2'Tag bay ReceiptsTo I To help finance the building of i 1
control wldlcr Pvt. Jack Ralph Bevls. ion of Pvt..Bevy went Into'service Apr a new wing to the James Archer 4
yesterday by
Mr. and Mrs. II| R. Bevls of it k MI, and ha* been overseas Be Used for Hospital] Smith Hospital. a fish fry at ".
volunteer from Homestead FIeld '
Homestead bat been awarded the since August of 1141. sr : i
111eiLiannaste.d B.P.W.C'W.C gas which Democratic candidates >
'and personnel of the Dade: Count; Purple Heart for wound received
." >day for the local Red Cross unit have been Invited to speak, will *
Tlrer Control and' the 'Homestead In action on Feb. 4 at Arvin, i '
I Tire Department who battled aid Italy and hat sent the decoration POLLING PLACES will be held Instead on election of on May day inNovember 1 1a 1 be held from t p. m. to 9 P. .., *1 '

to his parents far safe keeping. tomorrow In the municipal park *
by aide to halt'the flamct.Tw *. at tint planned.The I
Pvt Bevls, till 'hG italized in Second Tickets .r'
NC. ave.
pre truck and relay 01 member of a tankdestroyer NAMED FOR FIRST club will give the receipts I on .
Italy, was a \:
75 to 100 mm from the field gsv, battalion.In of the May I tag day to the fund i for the dinner ire being sold at \ '
invaluable assistance- to the local I that I* being raised for a new 50 cents each. '

fife unit, sired In the words of partment a letter on Mar from II.the Mr'War and Mr De-*. PRIMARY MAY 2 wing for Jama 'Archer Smith I 1 Candidate for the higher of. j'
County Commlsloner Predon"B.. .
Hospital.
flees will be unable to be present
-
Bert advised that'their son
Bird, prevented the blase fronemc were Tuesday Mrs. : direct both the exception of Judge J.
with
we making normal improvement For the first primary Jr..I:1 I
untold damage .to the May 2. the local polls will be open tog day Mr*. B. A. Onto Tdn undo of Jacksonville ;
trovct which are producing* 'frui. from'7 a. rn until sundown at TibblU b assisting In preliminary. who Is twining for the United, .
for tile effort .
.. ..The .war cwIl.egr.Uonappareoty MOWRY1B.CANPFOR ,2 JS.vnv, !PF clnrt.officer hay l State Senate and A. Pt.Cwv.
Chappell and Clyde J:
'been instructed to be on hands1 non Dsi\

I .\way1 began vicinity northwest Wednesday the Seaboard of xmoraing,HorMS.4.b4 right-of-In the AG WORKERS 'I'I for JO: ,,,opening'a..m. to the-make doors arrangements prompt.listed. CENTER OFFERS date Epperson According. congressional to Mrs. E. t ended f>7a1.

"lI\Idt MCA headway that L: H. Jxical polling place: pre
a"aII&e/1IIIIlI..n
of
Greer, of the local fire'control CLOSED MONDAY by precincts: HOUSING FOR chairman candidate have been Invited tospeak ','
precinct Homestead city '
unit called ter the, help of thi 111 and have been '
acceptance
\', county! truck ptatio lei :.St.,*thistocksde fire station. Clerk Howard Lamb; ,
Mobile IIUESIAccotnJllO.Uonl from virtually all roun-
The c:1oI11of Homestead inspectors P. Gallamore, Irving F A received
ttvct and the Jtanestoad city Labor Camp 'on E. Mowryrd Iron, Homer A. J. Davis, Mr ARMY ty office seekers. Mayor T. i 1

At about 10 o'clockWednesday Monday nUJht marked the virtual It Collier, Mrs. W. B. C.vet. Jr.,i ; Harris will give the add.of and \,
of for approximately welcome at ISO o'clock
the farming
night according to the Home. winding up MM, A. R. Livingston. will be Introduced t ',
speakers .
here. military tamelies the
season
Mead Field public rclatlona of- Precinct 114 Florida City town fifty-five Bird. chairman of M
the Red- Preston B.
(Continued on Page Six) The camp at Gould, used hall. Clerk Mr*. Flora D. My: are available now at by Dade commission. ':
Labor Supply Center the County
throughout the winter to land Farm
accommodate ers; inspectoR Mrs. Lloyd Diets ., Roberts. Andy Boyett Mll-billy band will \1 1Approxlm.I.I ',
Nassau labor Is being reports Manager E.I. i
Ber-
Local
WACs to be Cadre Mrs. Roy S. Chandler, Mrs. be' lectured.
Of Morrison Field Corps used for temporary housing orJamaican tha Arbngast Although many farm "workershave north SO by It feet, !
laborer awaiting transportation Princeton, Casu- 'followed the season
. Precinct 111-
will
Hitherto, Homestead Army Airfield north. Nine hundred ally Station perk, J. W Campbell ward about thirty families are the proposed accommodations hospital wing for eight ,it
r II...boasted the only WAC such workers, who arrived last Inspectors, Mr*. Ida K Kihnberger living now in the center and some' provide and for a larger .
dtachmtnt'loc.ted In the Caribbean Friday aboard a special Ship from : Mrs. John P. Lelgh- of these will remain to work In additional beds and nursery,
kitchen dining room '
the British West Indies, were, Six citrus rove thi summer.
Wing of the Air Transport (Continued on Page ) ( according to Dr. J. A. Smith f'"rshom
Command, but yesterday housed In the camp until arrangement the hospital is named. ,

Sgt Helen Gertrude;l1llOl'.of.Byrne the.,local-and field Pvt *to were Connecticut made for, transportation New : Begin!: Campaign for Funds to Erect been Plant drawn for by the Architect addition C have J.Parman ,

were transferred' to' Morrison Jersey and other eastern states. Roll in P. 0. Trianglebe who designed the main'
Field at West Faint Beach to Nine hundred of a thousand Jamaican I District Honor building. It to expected thatgliding
nerve M l' nucleus for the organization were expected to come : material will be madeivallable
of a WAC contingentUiere In yesterday for accommodation Donation are now being received of mahogany finish with room I .
Construction t
that
at the camp until they can be for the erection In the for approximately eight hundred ) and .
A similar detachment, for sent north small triangle opposite the poet names an raised gold-flnlihed will begin M with soon Mr at*.practicable.Dytl Inmaking
which other WAC station are, Several hundred Bahamaworkers office of the honor roll of Red-' letters, say Kit Carson secretary Working arrangement for the ,:;

furnishing the original cadre, win employed on Dade land District 'service men and of the ,oommmee. The boardwill to help ,well'the building ,
flab
weatherproofbund fry
be,activated shortly; at the 11\11' hens during the winter have women announce B.: J. Norman, be' of sturdy fund aret Mr*. J. R. Brooke.irs. !
street air peri hi Miami been moved north. Only a few Jr. chairman. and will have a permanent tilt Coo. M. Frtck Mr Paul I
of
The Miami Recruiting District were left.her*.to, help wind Uthe T. E. Klrby treasurer of tae foundation. niuctraUon erected* her toynokte )(ra. Paul Haley. Mrs.
is leading the entire Fourth Sen harvesting of late tropI.'I'M committee: is accepting donations type of board to be L r. Arthur.-;Mr Keith Fouttj4rs
ice Command In the resulting lWAC Jamaican are beingbwtm.nt hi cash or by check at the Tint are not lit the hand'of will chow committee them Walter Wets. Mrs B.. M. ,.'
*, is-wee'llearn.dy sI a tn- by the labor division National Bank of Homesetad, member who ; an Six
from ht aaelneman. ** -., "*f \We War Food,Administration.H where an account has been to interested person: (Continued r.ar

evened by :the committee; lays
'
Mr. Nannan. For the convenienceof FVC'leaders 'National SQe esmenFer .
: offlwtead'WAG Is CiviMm Heroine contributor,' R. P. BarfleM b

:1 'fl handling donation,from the Per- lR4 6iry i in OPA Nogotiations '<1
: JA Jftpdfeafog rf Abakan Childsrestj riiM area. and W. H.- Owen*, from .

., lltoinaNasd the Goutda area. roll Leaden if the florid1 Vege-1 the *prln| seasocretwW. rtportoMr.
rteieV .w..at.-4 wounded: iy a machine) gust A* planned, the honor will 1.N.While
villas heroine, o*, a: Jap torpedo slug. table 'CoWni"emtrIaci from no' definite decttom

plane st Coeet Guard Whit the torpedoed 'boat wool Ih..tud Nine Dtltfeatesd ,last week' vital discussion of were announced. It I* believed a
.
.e 'eIIiWrtdt drtMIc helplessly for live week
control regulation Vita the celling ef 113.23tor
present
that
price
.
.lnnt a gees 'r.apihl MW .fee land was sighted the Air DI..Auks
..... their bass. It DIIkIII Wa struggled to keep the chfl- Washington official a* tuition*] map bean win be- retained,
I ..... Pet T mwsea soft ... draft alive la the extreme cot* 'I'bee&t' cI HUb School tpokeamM for the vegetable Industry and Ut.rOI ala a small poieMltHgr
aIM brought the season to a trluaaphant laws, ArfeoM MIl ( *- that Ow M eucwBbw Coding t"y
aqr II VWa/1r dome a lab as ve.k and took *t proTMena Only eaeeMM
igle kwaMr lit ....' Maass. M at lad.fisnt. She t** deal Tuesday, with aSS fentiMeyiMi** sujfuiiii Aft may becenHnurt_ through "" *,.

,Peetf fir il, ....lV ohm T .*et.. ** victory ever the IMeat norid* point of view voked' by ,Lbw ae4 ,
of a Was woke Med DUmendbfek on tlnlanH'i Itoad.Ptaytag CbtsmaN ,I. W. Use of tomato Zi p.'datyer'of'aettow coat*
Beaming MM wnktaM ker ems, and gave h1 e * yu
-*. .* ).* tMwar tp ** atraf. till eau se" to Oet en.A : ,outstanding. : ball for Miami.and ether offletota.At ,. .., ...aMi ote.Snt
long, .! ..., am" ultg4Mea ..abaasl 1M,but emits baby bon llomesteed'Harry. Btsh.., Ar .the msettng., lespsad.rag .ado of ;
subs a. taadsr .bar .... ta .**... Mssi. Bettal *.rtt-. Wpm.McOvaba *M Hisses. Mate ............ oaMVr and ..... wotMilSwL, : : .=:dWr
fte "Mot" ...... 1M 4tih fit'.......SO .. 41...wd 101 Porto'... 7teaW13an*..x.MI* Iiaii ... ... 1M .
...... a .. .... .ar.ri.oven!: tot: the, M/aR 1:: batb., 1- Qiiiltril..la.ir ,
: = ,.." '. . h M, et ,,

f PfJ


'A. '" ... ....- ....
-
M
M 4 h ,
,. "ai I- 1 sV t. n Jt'r

i I III II



WARW yas




;
j Paee Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE April 28" ; ,


r" ,.. !Wallace at Miami Beach SUPPORT OF FDR Harry-Anna Home UmatiUa Crippled, Ja
After 50 Air Missions\ for northwestern J'1orida'

r t OUR MEN IN SERVICE MEASURE Friday and Saturday, and,
IS WAR
T Sgt.1Ut'I.rell.. Wallace, vetwan lower east coast t>n MundriROOSEVEL"T"
of 40 combat missions over
' : .. ". .. .. ... North Africa and Italy as radio- SAYS ED BAKER
'gunner on a B-H. M now being!
t ; AI Lewis in Air I I processed through the Army Air
Ballard
Sgt. Missing
; ,Force* Redistribution Station No. Orlando, Apr. 87,-"Whether Iam "!
N Action Roumania Since April 4 II in Miami Beach He will then elected or not I hope that ,
l over i be assigned to the duty for whichhe I Florida next chief executive will For
I is best fitted his fullest cooperation to
, M-Sgt. Ballard Lewis, USAAP, I Sgt Wallace was recently. here : live Franklin D. Roosevelt, leader of
r', 'brother of Mrs. J, E Aman of PRESIDEThese :!*)
home his,
the of In
" CpL Stevie Biondo Home on furlough at our party and of our nation
Naranja, has been reported mining
f' From Service in PacificCpL parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank L an effort to bring a quick end to "
I in action over Roujnanla Wallace. Before coming to Homestead -! the "* ", Ed Baker, candidatefor art theDelegates
, "i since Apr. 4Sgt Stevie Biondo, USMC, veteran .' he attended DeLand High governor, Aid in addressing -" '
In
Lewi made hit home ,
i \ of action In the Pacific, I* School Orange County voter here in =
; Naranja with his brother-in-law to vote for:
.. on leave at the home of his parent Eola Park today.
and titter, and. graduated
from Redland High SchooL lit *, Mr. and Mrs Philip BiondoCpL B. J. Story, stationed with the Baker declared his confidencethat State At Lart. 4
Biondo was discharged recently navy in WUltamsburg Va.. is expected support by "everyday"Floridians r
had been oversea since January '
,. from the government hospital early In May. to visit hit will win him a place MEN
4n San Diego.""Mrt he had family who make their home on In the second primary."OI course Walter P. Puller ':
Dixon Commissioned, been receiving _,treatment(. since'. N.W. Seventh, at. I am opposed by large Special In.teretts truest OverstrsetHHSbeyne .'
r t At Navigator pith'AAF his.return te.the.,ta.,,.. who:do want. a maA 'at ,:.
Sgt. rorrest Bell received. Tallahassee they ran control.'' he
; r .Henry Dixon ton of Mrs Mary Tommy Harris, Homestead High broken leg and Sgt Robert Spear _ted'anct I am astonlshei-et WOMI L. ,
T Furry w4: graduated Saturday School ,senior, ha 'beet, sworn was scratched .up, In a Jail re- the attitude of other*'ID this'race M" WeIhr Clark,
( at the Uaiversjt* of,Miami 'a*an': Into> jlhe.navy".and, tn be called ceived while the boys were on toward,the man,''who. hold the M" Uvleb. Heeb'
\ army Sir' force' navigator' for_, Draining upon graduation a three-day past to"1orroW: Head, key,to prompt vlctory-t-belittllng M.IIMSJ .,
commissioned as i second lieu.tenant. earjy"In ,June. .Tommy i* the CaL Forrest, son of Mrs. 'A. E. our commander-In-chlef gives! Mrs.HysMcllHorn .
Lt Dixon, a graduate in1HI l only.son,of Mayor and Mr*. T. J. Paul of Homestead, wlll.b hospitalized aid and comfort to:the enemy and *. '
from Redland'High'School, Harris, ,for four weeks at Camp weaken the unity, of our war t
i i |Is bom* on" a )en'" leave, ; i. Haan. Cat, the boys' home, base. ,ffort." FourthCongressional' v

r ; .,Arnold ,14ldlwain.son. ,of. Mt 0 t Baker, native 'torldlaabom; 1,*
William McMichael army av- and Mr. F. I. 'Mc waln, has Albert Byrum: TISN, win arrive In- Plant City reared In Palm
lation..student, baa been' transfcrred been.accepted for ,service In' the Monday iron: his base In Botch County, and for: ten yean District. ,,
from Latrobe, Pa., to Maxwell 'navy :and will report for duty at Fort Lauderdale to spend 1S- engaged, renowned humanitarian Tarn'.'. ... r,
Field, Ala.. where he 'win the close of school in June Arnold day leave at the home of his par- work a* superintendent of Florence C Slakely' '
be a cadet Mrs. McMlchael. the is a senior at Homestead ents, Mr. and Mrs J R. Byrum. CLIP THIS LISTMemerlse -1
former Mill Virginia Done, arrived High .where he ha been, a star BARLEY CORE: TO PREACH It 1 :
last week from Latrobe to basketball player 'I I Ueettetj Day '1 4
i visit her parent, Mr. and Mrs. e . Kathryn Martha Gordon The Rev. Harley Core will flU J, R. Dorsey. the pulpit Sunday morning at the
I I Ralph. Andrews, TJSTT: ..vlatlonmachlnl.t' Dies in Local Hospital I Homestead Presbyterian Church
mate second Class, is
Lt J. T. Godwin, army air Kathryn Martha Gordon, 18- -
California where heI
stationed In
force navigator at Columbia, S. year-old junior of Homestead
was in Miami for four hour c..1 plane captain' responsible for of High school, died early Thursday I
condition
day with, a flight of plane the flight-worthy 1IIOl'1110..ln Jamef Archer Smith *]
'his ship Before enllitlnfln the
mother, Mr*. R. L, Godwin of Hospital following an operationfor
with which he bat seen
navy I
Homestead, visited with him aiute' appendicitis
there. i service home In the her Pacific and, Ralph attended m.dehit Katherine came here four I The New Deal bureaucrats ancNhe unholy allianceof /!
from Milton Pa. with New and other nolorius r 1
% Homestead High School. month ago Chicago's: Kelly JenelIaJu -
Leaving yesterday for fort e her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl F, political machines are interested in a Fourth Term j
McPhenon, Ga., where they will Cordon of Florida City only in order to perpetuate their jobs by reelecting,!
serve with the armed force. J W. Whitehead. S. N.. Other survivors include .1 '*The Bow Roosevelt 'i
'
were: Robert Glenn, Jr. Ormand from Norfolk, ,Va; to brother, Earl Gordon of Florid t It'"'time for the South to throw off the shackles of t
i Casb Ed W. Wright: W. B. Cave, mother, Mrs 144.: cam'l City, and tour sisters Martha and
It's J
political bondage. time to nominate a great and able J
,
Jr. anti Herman Thorns\ Florida City, over the Isabelle Gordon of Florida City, Southerner for PresidentSENATOR ....
and Mr*. Robert Hackenberg and
I Mrs Franklin Diehl of Milton.

: HARRY F. BYRD :,

The ONLY CANDIDATE State Citrus Supervisor If, Illllll ;.
I Makes Tour of District
When to the polls vote for the candidates for j'
you go
l for GOVERNOR with Vision Ceo E. Copeland of Winter Delegate to lie Democratic National Convention marked
Haven, state supervisor bt citrus
ballot below. They are pledged." support t{
Inspection Wednesday 'made a wJa&L
BYRD for resident.
tour 'of this area. Mr. Copelandwas ( pIN
: ENOUGH' to SEE this and accompanied by Wm. Swee KLEMTE
a ney of Miami, inspector in chargeof _
District One. NATIONAL KMORATIC-G0NVENTIU(

t COURAGE Enough to say it .tuts-at-Lrg.DIENVote .
Three
for ) ,

I II WRAC1: V P. PU-UER"ERWALTER ,4

CD J SAM We CETZEN

I{I OE KINg

( M, II I b. KI REMALCOLM
BAKERAeclami I McC

EARNEST OVEUFREETRAC :

i a ", II
fe moat unit I HAYNK'
the hiunaa and physical re- BILL
searces of all Florida behindear 151-ARK WI COX
Oratmaader-ln-clttef to
.JKH/Etf-f for Three)
winning the war-one him
i te eenUaM Us lAdenhipaa S RRE. F. B. A THW,5Y '"

that we 4e ntdclay the MRS. M. (Florence CARTER

retarn instant.ef ear seJBeemea' astntle I I SRS. W-ALTER LURK

HTOKS -
E H IA NAH

t ? IAYD ch. R -I. '

ED.BAKER does and will command the respectof RS. t tMR

Washington, because he hu the#lRAGE JQEH.WALES

.to speak his conrktlons-in favor of President fourth Cotttress.l .let,;

ROOSEVELT.: Ed Baker is ,A DEMOCRAT MENVoie for OeeJ-

.PROUD I ABRAHAM A
has always-been a DEMOCRAT-IS
I fM;, I LEA R
1 OF IT, CARL T. IUFFMA,' '- .

Ii" a t' IaNNE EY "S X'

: A BALLOT f orBAKER I f .
,I- : Jr'OJlE.V-O'or./i,One}'

I r 1Ry. F nt.tkt :1t
OBjEVCfcJ
fe a vct ;
S
: :Ii"' '. : y J' f 'R ; 'f 4 : ..333IL
1 '"

M / .GOVERNOR. si Y t i R eM, THiS I m! !i$ tEfEFMCE AMBYRfi IEM1iDII! "

{PalitleAl'aefvbytow; :, 'C.tmfi: taYreffof P"mot CIA, / i i : for, :PRESIIEIT ,

1 + I f ITIUL ....vats ,a. >t,,01111 .u..n..m torattTRat e' h

.

t


_. _: ... ....- . . > ''- '-'.' .'..,}:': -.-:
'
,,
,...;.......;;.. ,. ""'!!"



'< I'nI"'"'''''''''' -
,
.. ""
,






M LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pa Three
-PHI 1944 HOMESTEAD t

I Record Dade Registration Inspires payments were derived 40t froothe(r.0841., '1 tax 1ataf\u.lorse *.1,abov1h." guaranteed"SS,000D00; by'twra the chair)this 1sou. i ITo
;;
Your Dates'With Confidence in Graham's Nomination I racing.' <. and-0- were eve and Otte tax Watt explained.


. Uncle Sam Jampa April 2J,-Klghjy cop. pared to that of the dynamic

: -.I fident of first primary results, Graham. That the Dade senator
will poll at least the necessary
Y MEATS, I'A1'S-Red 10-polnt Sen Ernest R Graham candidatefor 13,000 more vote la a foregone Voters of South Dade CountyI
4, tampa Al through Qt good In- governor was heading Into conclusion, they say
rl nnltly Waste kitchen fats redeemed North and West Florida for the "I am confident of being In

,at3. paints plus 4 cents final northern swing of his cam the second primary" said Graham
" pound. : palgn. which will and I am confident I will be
carry him from thank the of South
, want to people
Florida's next for the
PROCESSED GOODS; -Blue 10bolnt Pensacola to Jacksonville wherehe governor
ate raps At through KS InBook will address a state-wide ra. reception my proposals have met Dade County for their co-operation duringthe

Four good Indefinitely rilo audience Saturday: night, and In every section of the state, con- 13 years that I have served as deputy
r SUGAR,.-Sttiftipi 30 and 31 In be tack In his home county of vinces me that Flortdlim are determined -
Four 10.indefinitely for 8 Dade foe another statewide talk M 1 am, hat our pathto sheriff of Dade County. Your vote and sup'port

uLred ? Stamp\ 40 food for 4 on the eve of .election Florida permanent lies along prosperity united: for all-cooperation of my candidacy for the office of con-
: 6f >canning Two
through major factors
sugar are responsible'
of ofMay.I
rb. 28 of next yearSHOESStarap for the farmer, business with every'In' the section closest ,ptable of District 4, Democratic Primary
working
'1 .Vo. 18 In Book 'man's optimism First Is theO3,1123 Florida harmony" ,- 1944, will\\ be appreciated.
Jnt loodJJujwgh Apr. 30 Stamp ; registration la his home .
" fco. 1 on "airplane" sheet In Book county of Dade the-hlgheit ,primary "tfregret very much that I will not be able
7, three food Indefinitely. Stamp ,registration 'on record, and f Dade Old Ace Assistance I hasbeen
; constable
job
'' this
pf .this: political 'to talk to all of you, as
jo. } become good May 1, 'observers say At Record Peak in April
, GASOa1M1 r-A-.coupons good Graham will get at,least 70 percent : a full-time job, and I have not had time

i jirough iMajr tr+*., ; ,and second,: the reception. Jacksonville, Apr, :J7-A a the
to. ampaign
N FUEL OlCrrfodi;: 4 andcoupons > his proposals for'alMlorids prosperity result of Increased grants authorIzed ,
have met In all of
sections
State Welfare Board,
" rtftIIbJ-'ood'' 'throulhuan by the .i '
,. the state, particularly In Jacksonville Dade County's old-age assistance
a e I ,and West Florida fpr April aggregated
payroll IRWIN
\ Dade political observers etU- FRANK
:
DeginningtMgly Airplane 175280.. or at the .ate of f903>
mate that 100.000 votes will puta ,
with
tamp'44A W". M" B4Three ase per yeas a* compared
candidate) In the second primary -
mar; : be .uaed for buying and Graham flliSO'tor'March State Welfare:! CONSTABLET'OF DISTRICT
$ne pair of rationed ehoes. The fident: I* a certainty: ; they In are view con of' Commissioner Leland W Hiatt II 7;:, FOURTH
tiew stamp and Airplane Stamp announce.. FloridaPaid
Dade County
the tremendous block of votes <" ,
1 will b .good indefinitely. Stamp with which he will leave his home The amount was the largest for ,
18 in BOOK On,wilt expire April county They also point out that a single month sine the payment
1 SO From May, \ through May 20, In 1942 a Dade countlan seeking ol public assistance with Joint Political Advertisement)
children low-priced shoes (mast the congreasman-at-large seat state and federal funds ivas begun (

t imum $1.80 per pair)'in sizes 8% polled 87,000 votes and his campaign in U3'l.Addltlon'l. I'' ,
through,12,and mlsiei' and little: desultory effort cam- state funds for the ,
was a '"
boys shoes In sizes 12H throughI
"will be ration-free In 1943 I -
sales pf civilian rationed shoes ,
exceeded production by: more
than IS million pain. Which REASONLAST
mad it neeewary late last year HERE'S THE
to decrease the number of shoes

available, to A Chilians.. MINUTE-ATTACKS ARE BEING CENTERED ON S

Tire Inspection records must '
still be presented whenever application is made' for JUDGE

gasoline or tire rations, the Office -
of Price Administration said
In explaining the need for saving
the tire record form. The tire
be with the WESTER WESJEBU >"S9"UU
record must kept WESTER ,
automobile,and transferred with loiK tei m
AVESTERUNIOfl
wUNi
the car If o>A Operators of j L I".C. =.r tom Is? UN I flJfmniuM ,
buses taxicabs and other
trucks, 1 w
types of commercial motor ve '"Its ee
hle\ea'.re still required to have
their Um;inspected periodically,
although passenger car tire ,Inspections IfcflWESTE a\ar e
sMtlrt
are no longer required e.\e1'll.\
e e aMen Iq/lt M atM ./waM
.80 /Q1/1 1\.aa1 r 'aj *060
, 28 years of age and over *3fflIfcfl .. .. i 'sae ilia too"an. "*4,A pale ,a aei\t*,Mt/M
the 11 "
.
during *
are needed especially Its ray to,Isla i- "
next 10 weeks to be trained vessels for, tttrM tltlnnow a Nail, '* l=r M 1'M1r 01, GWMO MONO toA
service aboard merchant
the War Shipping Administration
announced, Physically fit, honorably
discharged veterans and wiUtf
,
men classified f-T'or 1-C. 17 l-> tu.. tr pt ,. r
....andover will be accepted - rwlMt/a
years of ,, sale -TrW tit NN eel
with SS a MM , eN\ .
for .training! Men to HMMUf .rw yyt. art/lM
previous sea. experience! may apply M1or T T"a. M AIM/ \,\ HUlM* am 4"d"r1 "i"n 111a"- ,j was go to ew/aNt
goo rt V tor awn I.aa saw an w at IMM*" a
for refreijier courses, upgrade ye .7 eetatl > aait
'\ ? trt ee\
Mar al'*> t PM rut a so v w w ter M ,,,I "It es.5
training officer-candi' rjjlt 11rsN a r1as costs evil stases r.\M 11006144. as t1r t on..,.ew total are'MMMrt.na
tIY 1 e wane -
date courses Applicants may reilater \ "r 11 Vivo A""" M\MIII\Ir so
at Maritime Service enrollIng 'Mob NetYt.e ealt M 0tol W 1e1
offices In major directly of the U. S. Marl-' .

time Service, War Shipping Ad- EDlVlMNgsSt.' I .' /
ministration Washington IS, D. I
C. :


;.sweep VICTORY !

Peace oMinn . . to .

,

'. : ; ',II" '" ... \ Twelve years of fairness to all people as Judge h


; Life long refusal to be aligned'With any special 1

: ,/.- .., ... '.

JCI'1 ""II! :.... group or.interests-

:", ,,,,..,f'
; : ; : THE COMPLETE ANSWER TO FALSEHOODS ,

, born the desperation of certain defeat) 't '

WHEN. MWT WELCOMED .; r "j ( m,
At .. moment of'major grief
ATTACKS
. the ,..,npetlleUc.pndlc.I' help .. 'AND"ALL-'LAST; MINUTE ,
our staff and betimes provide is
moat genuinely welcomed. It Is
the) appreciation on the part oftfce

; ftsiicil** ,whom Ana"we nmnt have and" served Olreo in .. '.' Vile far, 0** next INITEI I : STATES; 'lEI Aria

'., time that Inspire us toward conatt -
.
. .betterment,of/nif krvic*, :
; J..UD.GEJ0LL1EEDM,9N,0S:
Turner>

Funeral Home ..
*w ,
'M.-.... u..**.. ........' -MUTKM: aavtMifoMMft rue roe at fatan**ee s. came SMMM- r
braes.. 74!.r r'y..........l lx r'"


': I, ,t". ,, ,



:"rY"'I"1"" '","" ""' F.I'1': . 'i\ '" ,fh" I' J. '" .; .',
"
'




,1

Page Four "vo.HOMESTEAD LEADERAND* ENTERPRISE -... ,. .. . '-" '- ''Aprir9, uM <<


1 : .of' ,..... n.,. ."/: .1" I'Uj, *;WAC Volunteer PridJ|

ROHESTEAD. LEADER I r"\-) .j'T. : ."I. : .,.. Answers Draft Query,]

: ) '
AND KNTEBPRISBPM ::: !:: ( By First IX Elwla M. B.Homestead ** ;:" )
( : '' '
bt Mil 1/f v Field Apr .
CJ' [
the need
t.rs.Me rays:,. .. R-. .... v' government Th3the
ae tile .... IIet rta."I". Casa... badly why not draft them

I question that I* brought'tj

aEM AICIEC mind, whenever
a
....... w settsIMAIUnail I commanding
officer ot a station My"Th1

.sir t.&ACJr sdLlAar AICIIU- Woes are doing a wonderful(jo?

nua.L DICEDSWNM. -the only trouble I II that ther' :?

... ... east... are not enough of them --in

that question la answered by th*1
II7I8CIIPnO. RATS girl ot the Homestead Field Wa.j
.. Des S FW R t ONS SUGARCANE detachment who take, great pride
o.114. .f D.a. WM.a IJM In fact that are metjibtn
the they
:
... .. GROWING ]
0 -84 l.Ni I . ... *. '
,
of a volunteer organization. 'ffl
POSSIBILITIES The "esprit de eorp*" Is MAW
bens ill**' <)M> M* .epee FOR THEPRODUCTION eiently high among the Vac of
Kit M tile VW ern- -
=:=r'"WrIft-: sadw. tile 64 of OF this field that they do not find
it too much to expect 700,000 woe
AND '
ALCOHOL
1 Y men out of the million of eligible
SVNTHETICRUBBER women to volunteer for-ft*
On the Wings of SongBy WAC. ''M.

Annie Ms*hew Fitzpatrick There. are three kind ot Job
in the army-th* Job for men
.' (1'0 Evelyn)
; soldiers, the Job for women
\y I longed and I.longed, for I golden 1 at 4 a soldiers and the Job for civilian
harp.:"r' I employee of the War Depart

4 With 'itt beautiful curve and ment. All are needed as ill cat:
J line, gorier are under atrength. Healthy
I But '1 hadn't the price of a con men are fighting and healthy w*.
cert harp 1 men are backing them UP In noncombatant -
i Twa an Irish harp tot mine. military administrate
But 'oh. how I love that small jobs on, this field. P..
Irish harp SEtAATORGRAHAM Our medical. profession In the
With shamrocks and red and army !to trying to place On the
blue string, battle scene and in military occu-
y 1 cuddle: It lovingly up In my rations, the finest American women
arms and men. The 4-r soldier
And tell It the craziest thing cannot do the work In the motor
i But I have no vole to chord with pool, th* hangar, the photo lib
a harp, and counties other Job thatlbeA1 .
l Though I do have a soul that Wan are doing daily .at

I And many sings, a wonderful Jaunt Production Board. This dally paper Having several Item put' In one ,THE JUDGE TOn THEM Homestead.some fear. that a WOI1IIta the>

we've had laving would amount to 4a.- sack, bringing their; own bag for First lawyer; '"Your honor, unfortunately army will not be the feminine

Afloat oil our musical wing. 783 pound reuseor carrying home packaged I am opposed by an nor girl that 'abe wa at home.
Ti a marvelous thing to have Paper conservation' also releaie Items unwrapped. House- unmitigated acoundreL" The member of the.WaC detach
1 owned a harp supplies ammunition and wives are' not ..ked.to return Second lawyer: "My learned ,,meet on this field realize that war
While I etlll have meat on my food! boxes, practice bomb,' bomb begs for reuse by other than colleague I* such a notorious. 1 changoa men and women. They
bone. bands, blood plasma carton, protection tnemselve If all housewives in varicator. realize that they muat preserve
1 And finger to twang It and ear for ambulance In shipping the United State livid one Judge: "The counsel will the fundamental thing In U"
I to hear I I camouflage material and ounce-and-a-halt bag each day, confine their remark to Pfe-I[which are Important. In order to
It* bewitchingly wistful, tone, many other Itema. More than ten I the caving would amount to matter aa are in diiput*." accomplish this the Homestead
j It you haven't a harp a whistle time II QluchQ n'" Ot munl nearly 600,000 ton annually lanta Two-Bella L (Continued on Pap Five) ';
win do {I trend, food and material U being I -.-
I
.
It's alo the'("Ale. that" wafts. you]I I i tin shipped lltMtlt.oversees' j In rile.area. ,a* . ... .j, ..... .- .- ,._- '.;o-''!"

\ ttl great to feel yourself floating!. The paper shortage ill creetf l .
away, ... t., iris a critical acarttty' of bag in IT is'AN HONOR, A VBIVIUEGE. AND IT IS YOUR DUTY TO l
I On the tireless wing ot.song grocery: atone," Mr Coonley **.
: ; plained. "So far during the em'ergency -

'i Florida' BJ ,1U hoMtewlve:I because beg of have inventories been available and :,: ,, ,'. iiii .

{ eould 4onerve enough paper the elimination .of Variety ..beg. 1, ., -. V .
I dally to make 17,081 container but In the future store will haveto
} for 75 nun shell by saving on depend entirely upon current
t paper grocery bag a day accordIng .I reduced production and buyers'
to an announcement by How. cooperation. | OOAT2p
and Coonlt,. director of. .
the con. rood buyer and other swppersare ; :
t.i tervatlon division of the War asked_ to conserve bags. .by .

..1 Jt : o'

... '';:,,?: .'

,:; '
The 1.\ An>pen'kli .
rtoour Friends and all Florida .Citi & : .
... :
:;;;' .., .. .' ,
1 theme "
Silent .Salesman.STANDARD I DtjrlM/ : i turbulent'' times, we'should He la a*World War I'Veteran%': ." 7Hia
*U rclse/iMirt/ranchiae by voU",. .We should
t \ \ two grown.sons,and pnly'ton-ln-la: *.
l' welL"copi4er the of
type and the qualifications .
are today serving thfAmerlcln armed (ore**
t of all'candldate for an offices.that we vote
for.;/.f.r Hia Vide political. and. business? ..ertenceha
given him a training that will tM m,
OIL COMPANY TAe fprogreisj: : the t stsUi"or.California1 hs' . governor.- to meet efficiently''ageoualy :: '
madelln perfeet1l\l-rketbll.methoda.f4Ir\bet- the problem"confronting .U'j .
they? ) ce.stana., out:. and clearly .demon- during, hi 'urbuleftt.Urntll ahead" JS::: ES'1.He' '

c.+ F. Reverted; Arent l. rte: :P.twme 81 t ,thought str te ,thelouttxndingpregree.lnd, ,ictlon' product.: that.unity. : .of. has delfte' '- to'raise fund; T U-1: ii-,
Ida's elderly citizen. ; than' all othtr.eomWned. candI M
iw3 4 Floridajvoter.have.areUehsnce; to- "- .' .
: brinalrabout ... *. /r .. ,t".... .
,
...l-= . I ma V"Allrw- .all deride Junlflcatlon,':such .. s,
thtri
we nave' never before had, by voting for and We do not feel that we have
electing,,Captaln Ernest R, Graham-eur all directly ask our many friends and acquaintance*)
I WHAT DO Too WANT TO WCHAS, ,,| 1roRTOUR .Ftorwe'.caadldate'tor'govemor.. I." v ' to- vote. for.Captain Graham.ie _

.* r fg.haye.k* wn Captaia Graham'ntlm.te.- We'do, however, feel &. tu,
; FARM tnKMT ly f5s3iinWjiy: rs and have>fw cl.him to .,and proper for us toa.k.you elk v6* U" '
"
.r.:3' lie' i' a: .to-k bpi!" striver.ad rioriaW to e MMr.w % ,
: : "
t, LET us POT n 015I 4 BOAAB : decide not to vote for. GraMm..: -'
atified' .
"B" 'yotu'MMi. fram thla'through. *port one of out Milo
.. .
t'libWMA7
+ 1 f;' ttnd,104. . 'loe.1
j i
lrkrlertda tied
1.,7.: : t cIUeeqjl.In. this. I
:
.
: .
It .tastblesae. wpeylodaatt, .d..rk; " '" ,.tnily.a ..naera,. .htend.VV ." .....,...... :
.. JURA,2- .. ......... ;.
( DQ.TOV,11W J J'
_.l.. .., .....
l "(,r''c '..':.' : ....J ... -_. . .. C t -ah..t.. : :..: ;;, I i._: nrrl'r i* !

}, ':' ... .. 'RA"\JII&: :FASHION 1411111111ffr, . ', -'to .: .- .. ...". ; ,... ... \ ; ........... .\..........,.. ....lT- _. ..
., 6 ... .h.III..te. 0.1" .
.. : a L< K ,1. '11"Ulutt, ... ., '" :.1i. : LIST M PET IT, oNTW 7..;aGAk. .' bef fe.J" ,f: ,J- .... ..' '1 .. ,

"'1 .. . -q. -. .. '''. ...-- ,"" '" . ..... ... .. -"' -..........
{ .. ." :
.. ; : I tf.i" : .f.\ : 1\ '. t.\; .. .tfth. .;: a 1 it? a a"IMtx k.
*. jest .*eMp free awvtse Q., F..Bewere.-Ate lettMea4aH .\ ...., .. .- "' : J' .,. .: ....... .... ..IL.JIIIOII8R"P. .!' '
... t* ...... far tine era saleaee II tke fanaar far: ,. . . .

1 Ice ..... let.*5.$ tiaaea 1M k trove *.\ ..*. .*.. aloe m ,.1V:..:..... '.. ,0* '... :.. >- ""' .-t Prm,. Bettor Sup Ca. .,. J

.. ?trestssealdMl T-TI.H tree....i.'i ..-....IT .. \
.**4 let ar t.---. \\ M Ad vent .* :ram hi tar i., -,.(Paid. ..:..11.., ... .. <&!.&*&- "''. >** ): tf!! Iof"
J. ".. . '
.pewter ease a.IteaM .frslag' ... . 4wle. aw1Rfeel. .

: ..-fiver S.eesr D.p't k'Tet ...., hey t et'aboe.eree.hiniwetr .. '.t: "' .' ''I'.r .. tS.v41'...
.'. / ....
..r '.C' --,' ... ." ,'1,.. . ;. .
I


_. ..... .. -- -..-



7wupwill,

t

i '


G
.April 28.1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTEW1 F _ Pas* Five

tlKERS CLAIMS the male personnel of the field which battlei) pi tte pPPositioj -
that they are still typical American '01'a.. Florence

w BUSINESS MAN I After girls.the war, will the soldier tor Nightingale the Kurt fet**Ufbt Vw,acceptance the WAC Richard Oelkers Jr.Candidate
want t wife who does Dot realize has became M Intagr pert of
the sacrifices tie has made and this field ao qber army airfields .
NEEDED IN HOUSE the hardships he has gone like it.
through or will he want who
one I This I* a sv'ou military mlssion. >
has shared some of his problems I Back Homestead
to4b The lived of business expert the
Tha.t question Is answered in the Woe delachitiwt. and other likeit
c ence for the wine administration! for:,
form of several soldier wac weddings
,
state funds i* stressed by r by helping ,1the Women's
Qelken, Jr.. Miami \ Rlcb-I... held here in the Homesteadbase Army Corps *<** finish sooner
""of candidate for Group 1 seat chapetPaster what the Axl* stoned on December STATE
the house of representatives, I_ than the Red Cross 7. t

Postwar construction of a highway LEGISLATURE
;' network, Including four
lane wad to Jacksonville, It advocatad }
>e'i by Mr. Oelkera to ira Jobs Don't GrowOX GROUP 2
i prove transportation facilities, and
to provide employment for returning I
TKftBS
i.d veterans 1 Ha a Merchant, Bet t
i.d oUUdaaw If the farmer orgreve
Mr. Oelkert asserts that de- sane elaimlra-vim anrnlsis-
mends for Increased old ace assistance la eve answer W "" .",,1"0' r t,, ewer wakes saner
." and the need.for further Moat f..". itrne" R. the reiall kealawas will like.
aid to schools may be met by Graham, war ArM, farmer, wise Prosper.Dora. .
,
the 1MJ legislature without the business rnan, f,e PROVEN THIS MAKE SENSE
. j ja : Imposition of new taxes. To. bear In Ms awn ku'lr w N knows .
Or prefer
e
out hit claim, be cites the'snnua HOWl yH a
F Income of more than W.000,000 R WVM. > TCflgfBaBMBl *Pet ucal premier
4
j from the tax, on cigareta, $3,100.- ELECT 10411'r It
0 000 from race track operations, Experienced in Civic Affairs
,
and approximately $3,500.000 GRAHAMGOVERNOR
from,beverage taxes When these :
Streamline State Government
M funds are matched: by federal
funds, the total win amount to
almost 113,500,000, he points out .. J (Paid political Advertisement) .,:
Mr. Oelkers has owned and lead rolltleri A*..>, R
operated a business In Miami tor
.
- - --- ,. -
the past 14 years. He I* a member -
of the Orange Bowl committee (
<
a director of the Dade r
w
e County Chapter of the Red Cross, 11' f. :
K a part president of the Cora .
Cables Chamber of Commerce, a 1
ibe, o put vice-president of the Miami
,t Retail Merchants' Division of the
0' Chamber of Commerce and a
,",'. member of the Dies.Mr.'Oelken I ,
makes his home in
w Coral:Cables with his wife and <:
>. Hear the Candidates d
enu two children He Is affiliated
with The Methodist, Church I'

.,
.. WAC'S PRIDE;
'. AT THE 1t%tt I.
'
'Q (Continued from Page Four) .'
4j J0 et are participating In later "
It.'i services service club activities.BALLOT ,
and oCher things which prove to '
."tZ... ; :
&!, - .' Political ;;""" .
.- .: I: PishFry" : :

{ .FIIST '<
"
i' ::' :I : < :
: -* '
': : .m1 I "E. > .'.; **\': \ .:


,f P ir Let's Make Him "V: r HOMESTEAD ,CY. I PARK .t


; FIRST N. E. SECOND" AVENUE

of the Pulls

... ,'_ : . .r
.', .. )),W:;,,;. ,,,' .' /, .;" .


ftf. ; :.' ;t4a Saturday, April' .:29, ? '


", ..,.' J ,.
... ."j '
n . ./ ,' """-or.' ,.... .t i\, 1' "' 1 1''

H f . : .' 'f '4. to 9, ".M. /'


.4'. .
1. '
t

tiC '. . ., .. .
;". : .. ' t ,., ,.Dinner ,50c .'
.. ' '
,} : ' ::\,. ,.:>. t t. .. ., : ,i..... '
1. I, " . 'h, .' '''i\ .r.t, .. < .


r> 4dRaker.," ; .. Believe' tIna \ : ; :, '. ANDY BWY :ifi AND us.tJtu;BILLY-BANf: :: ..z. ," .
.!' . . ..
.." !aaNaiieaal_rattf, .... ,. *< ..... .
?
'
rwX14' ." .1 ......... ... : *> f; ,. '.J ,
t, lowCemman....'+.-C '.",' .... f rt3ffi'4: 61, 630: ., "
'... ': ........ ,
.. :'.J,'..'. .j..aM.....-........,, 1 1e :1:: { : : ', j ' '
I ""'--- ." -Ir. : :
": ,,, .! a .olier sake 1140, U"b"L MGM"talrrM . . . : I ..
'I = .'" T' y ;: .The;_ L'-_' Mti'y6griid du Atite i.t: i.M: w.11 >s'a t ,, -
"0" / : \. ..: ; :: ilrr tilt 07. l > .
j .
". PSI rlke ... s.ti ..:,..., .. ... .,"" .. '" ._ ., .. .. .paw .. .. .JR -. .4|
'-' ., i .' .... .' ... ."N, ... r .a..ee.: } ...r.a' ,r', ,
,
.
.of.aii i' 1 ""':r.. .. .: ....H ', 1 l : l J "j tf|

\. Y, ,-.:, ::'. AH yTIBWesvyiM ,- -,: l. :' ,-/w: TVl .I- | : :' :;"ltf'.,r f, ., ?..', ' ',: ': t "'

..... ........... ......... ," & '' _
ii
.
,. .:: .... ........... In ",... j rt:! .K :J-: : iwto . .- ,": u",... _%l\J A. % ,.. v :,- "Y.: : *>' tjlt
!{ :;1 ... 1..1 r- : ''1f.' *VTv --" oii. > *
.. i Jt -. ,. '
; ,(IJJ"Ct.. : . j-V"-' ? : -:* > ,
\ : : :: :.->'.4 .V -.X : :;: .
: :
L :;.t' a ED 1 iAKW'SOVIftMO : "*. '. .* : . ,:: u r'to> ; f v; : r .tr* ;: ; , r

*,;i f' ..* *,***?-%*'* i*/w- ' *I\, .'' t ,' >-\4, 5 ''S.I" ..

t.; v ..... ..-.. n. ...
f aa" t 1. ."'_"'" t* 4 ',' ........ ,.. -.... \\\j .......... ......


... .. . .
'
.I 11.-.. :..." : 1. r "' "" -



'" --- -

,.. 7" "llf'T 77. ., ,,' rr.I"
'
1 11 0 , "
+,, 0 ,, ." , "' '. -'" "
'471sc; :

j, ',fj
'7Page.
V1

/1; Six HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE' April 23. 1944 . 'i

.. ; l!

: j : NEW VETERANS original Thursday group morning elected some to stick of the to $1., ,OOO,090 'State:'Taxes Recovered M 1 '. ' I :j.J., .1.1. Ii rl:,'',';..'GI:,.!!,

; ;; NEED AID NOW\ 11'011the their post field, reports a spokesman f ,; During Tenure of Comptroller Lee In, Every Irons Cain'a t \; ':

The flames swept over an area ,' '
of two square mile west of Red Tallahassee Apr. W -Friends tree. He watered It, fertilizedIt .. ,
: UPCHURCHSAYS land rd. and between Silver Palm r of Comptroller X I . ." Every PlatforuJ. t ,
and Bauer drives pointing with .. Jim Tee courageously spent }
The need additional thousands of dollars Investigators M. Lee declared: :
,:, Ocala. Apr. J7-With disabled of fire \i on v
and wounded Florida service men equipment for the; protection; of numerous editorial tax ferrets, lawyers amt "III exhaust Vemeiyat ,.f:';
every
; i streaming homeward .t the rate rural Dade County Is painfully to Col Lee br the' I whatever was required to get this 'r
collect the rest
of 1.500 a month, there la an Im- emphasized\ by this fire which during the present tax collection tree planted, properly law U
;; mediate need for aid to veterans i was prevented from developingInto Typical of these I I' tended and brought Into rams of evaded delinquent "
pl this war now, as well as In a catastrophe only by the Inf from the bearing . taxes."
magnificent aid of soldiers kt Jim Lee and his Investigators
pott-war yean, Frank D. Up- Long ego we le
tburch. candidate for governor, i Homestead Field," says Mr. Bled., shall bring forth Its tax ferrets and lawyers bore Into *
lettered In a campaign speech I. f1I season" 'and "by ( I hidden corners all, over this,
,r i ere POLLING PLACESContinued shall know them.1'We country and Canada; dug up all
'''W. already had more than I know Jim I kinds of pertinent facts, data, and

': 'lateen' thousand returned service ( From Paw One) I what not; chased one tax dodgerall

,. rjen from this war In the state, ton. Miss Estelle M. Turner. JVA. gars) and Ocean the through way, across war-torn the Atlantic Europe
nany of them with problema're- .
Murphy, from throughout
i and Into his gambling-fostered
\Vatfie Precinct, lit. Goulds, Legged' Mr. Faust Hid that principality-hideaway of Monte
t! Grocery ClerkC Harry K. Lewis kitchen. fats has 'Carlo, to drag back nearly three-
r;, Inspectors, Harley R. Core, W. 0 sharply by the quarters of a million dollars;
4r hat created an even greaterifoblem Talbott, Mrs E, E. Vlhlea. for those, fats but fought off not only the highest h
t
of today rather than toMMTOW. Precinct 110 Penrine, Com* Jape bold the D'I priced lawyers millionaire tax
0 munity House Clerk Mrs Oda Dutch East Indies
: evaders could and did hire, but
> Consequently Upchurch said, Zachry'; Inspectors, Mrs Olive TCistel > vital kitchen fats also In a half dozen Instances, he
I should
r. furnish added faclll-
Mrs Edgar M. Green acute '
had to outwit the smart lawyer
tiel and help, without ,delay, to '
J. R/ Penny f J I, "The slogan
hired by other states which
.. ;
He four .
statst.yervtce oftflcerjvtio klVbe Mtake _
eligible part 'In housewives '
avallaM Id YfoftU claimed the taxes ,after Uncle.
are new 'election '
Tuesflay, voters mutt Tablespoon at used "
"fruits
Jim uncovered the ,
it help former service and
\ '! men have registered In the precinct Mr. Faust said
r ,And when the fruit did com*
Of this
\ Mterana
: war."Ltnless between Feb. S and .Mar I or at He praised highly forth of ,
: ? Yet! What the fruit
Is
this done of
0" :trjoee many. the Dade County t urt house between participation In the All of this brought Into the public -
who were called from
away Mar, T and Apr IS pram and said treasuries $10,000.000 of evaded -
; Irregular employment and
;. placed in the armed services willpuffer shown waste paper marked and hidden, disputed some of It I
i rt and so will their wives and HOMESTEAD WAC that the nation's fifteen years past due, some
"
,I fiercely litigated and all of It de- HE GOT-THE MONET
somefling( (Continued From Page One), manded that still linquent taxes-almost 1'ke finding
done.
merely. talk about It," Upchurch snowshoe rabbits with a"Her 2, the money Was It good $11,101,10Delinquent
declared pets were huskies and fruit* Anyway that's the fruit I disputed and
,Upchurch who served In theo friends were Esklmoes. At four- War Certainly Is I Now that you know the fruit, litigated taxes
i United States Marine Corps on teen she shot her tint polar bear. : "Mother, Where's you must determine! w"a It "good
fcrelgn<< duty. In the last war, hat She trapped for a mink coat and I night At the lodge fruit"-the kind of fruit you want
,+ two sorts In service now. One of staked a claim to. platinum!! "No, dear,' Your ) fro 'll your public servants. Do I TO REDUCE
S them Is a fighting pilot on duty mine. I downtown to moo you want more of the same fruit? \ YOUR TAXES
in the Southwest Pacific and the Before the'war, Beffa acted I
other Is an army air force cadet hostess and -social 'secretary 11\\ I And _the cost Including lawyer
If the famous Baronoff Hotel If feet averaged less than .% . /

FISH FRY Juneau; Alaska Her mechanical f The Ue Celleetloa eeet In

aptitude test scored so high- on I history for delinquent to...
t (Continued From Page One) her entrance Into the army that THENARANJAROCKCO.
i Illndman, Mrs A. M. Logan, Mrs.i the was, sent to a Los Angeles
,i f Ceo. W. Ttirper, Chas. Caves, Ordnance School for automotive ... 0' : Could It be that this policy
Bill Shuler, Ton Theus, Gordon training : t
r
'.
tamed -
Ivey, Paul Haley, A. F Arthurand War experience did nothing to Is Considered and these eoUeetlont
3, R. Brooks. dampen the good humor of this .. eppesltlen U develop agatatt
:i On the board of directors of slim rod bead as she goes about him the last ,minute He baa

( the hospital are: Dr. Carl F. her work of teat driving a.'Jeep or ,"'J7 Essential Industry been ....blt.te trace It it, any, ,
; .ran
/ Xoblnson, Carl Deden, Harold examining a carburetor :repair f < : .
\ Sheffield, Robert R. Kerr, A. D. Job. At present she has, a fur. other tearee.If r

( toile Luther L. Chandler, DP tough In the pocket of bar coveralls '*': : ,i t. : ,,;, :: ,' I
Smith and Mrs..Dyai.SOLDIERS that Is made out to '
Juneaa.1 and : service
of taeej*
kit record
Alaska, where she has a ,
'
'
: : and, ItVea'waatconUnaee' !
two : IPJll'M'a.
HELP bar three :youngsters, girls year .
and a boy ,,' ,'Taa-La".Enfore--ja{ '
t' (Continued Prom Page One) ; : :V" ..'* NEEDS GOOD MEN .'. ': " i, '

flee a call for troops to help Fats Salvajre Stressed t : I VOTE: FOR

f: 1. made battle by the Capt spreading Spencer flames Trehame was, As Vital War Necessity t '<., r \. J. M. LEEFor

1 flight Instructor of the Second Atlanta. Apr. 27-(FNS)-The
OTU who lives In the endangered newspapers of the nation have Apply at Office State. Comptroller
area. done a "magnificent Job" In the Y !
i 1\ Although they were just going'country's salvage program but (Political Advertisement paid for
t off duty, 60 to 60 members of the,',that, program Is still a long way .* in '" ,Lee)
) at by f M/
), air base security unit promptly, from reaching Its goal, Herbert Quarry, INaranja j -,
I t volunteered and under 'the command -! V. Faust, nation'.!"director of the ;
t of Capt. 'WIWard W. Me-' War Production Board's salvage ; .r.rI.ri

f' t Dowell fought the flames all ,division, declared here recently
,; \ r Wednesday night Even when...* In Atlanta for a two-day meet- I ICANQz'Arz Ir
h lleved by 11 to 100 fresh soldiers Ink with salvage division mans?,' i ., ""I .
- ---- -- Try Us When You'ted


i ; f fOR OOPdRMORPrise A Haircut ,Or : .

r : r Shave' *
> *>
\ Iruwacs Rtetrt lea O :
two sorts rwav wauaetuwssoMwaatoacaasresaas
list
Haircut
.' asses setaefwaoa, 'at
i 8" '"
TajMastocbe- ----- ,
t ,. +ge I
) &hi.... crwaJ--Ma:;
( !
(Jtedleatedl.IIe911"go
Shaapee
't I II .
'
I t. 111e
,-I t-+te I
r saw realist r Mal'aelal
I
+ v'pauses .Rot hell "'" " lie

w c.w..tlo: l f'aetal.-.r.'>te "
; Claw eewea wool ; tfaw.w Kleejloeoes am -
t'a wosrs4 Pescara Teals tit

-Trhjs::",-:"-.,.- 11e

i' f1
''t'I! j 'BuSI'Sfiber ,


.1 She? '


VIA 090, V" maneeeefeeeeeaes

I '
.
...
.
Ill to ., :
'
ea *
1 seats lest larataes (haead. > t p
11 OM ,
,1se Deli-most.rL i.MryJtAlMMlrraMaat SBBBBBBBBtf Is lftsBBBBlt aVtSBBtV ]tt M* Mtf
:

n ELECT .FRANK D. UPCHURCH, GOVERNOR 'OF FLOWDA l 'd' .; '

1Fr.I l ISWrW
I n -_ Jj (Tiua advertWuf U Leiat *U'ter hf Wend erf'ffres* R+.tilehuselej' . + : .|v". .'

':.


." ', ,
,,
< ,
: ":.t t



.n,. ., .... '"'"'"1>'1\If'1'r.'lr v ._ ,r" ''", cold ,. ., 1'' soar ..' '. :'I" ,., rd "


i


-A rf 1314 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE 'PUA_ Sevp.nr'
-

f: CALDWELL SEESNOMINATION have contracts with the typographical -' I wa member ICOCKRELL ASKS
members union "employ your the time N ceased to be a justice office In civic affair be bas beenpreldanV
Watson MM in a I Ii of the Supreme Court,of Floridato statement !
f TO printer1 to union the card union "becausea PARTY CONTROL the time he become law pro Association the Jacksonville a-
mean that tenor at the
University of Florida vitas Club and the Florida Historical
he has had five years of
apprenticeship ,
SECOND PRDIARY and must know his tradeWhat ,i OF'PRIMARIES Alston Cockrell U a widower Society

a difference hit |i from the His wife, who before their marriage The time will come," shouted
Tallahassee, April 27-(Special) closed business agent employment in the I Alston Cockrell. Jacksonville was Stephen Dial of Madison the speakers "when women will
t .. shop racket. Fla, died "
Mlllard Caldwell Is 'finishing attorney and candidate for the severed year ago. get men's wage
strong' two ways ai the campaign Wataon sold the closed shop United States Senate advocate; Their only child U Alston Cock "Yes." aid the little man tn
for governor goes into the amendment tlon.to the state eonstitu-1,turning the Democratic primariesback rell Jr.. BOW In the amly, the corner, Ntrf Saturday
tat few days of the tint lap. from the state to the party Cockrell has never before held night" .Ex.
H* la generally regarded a* assured lature, would not adversely affect which would then all
assume
: of being>> in the second prl1 unions, but would eliminate!'cotta. "Thl li the only method
I
1JDlI7 and in his own word he i* "business agent racketeering" I by which we will be able to
"Just getting warmed up" in his "If you would only analyze draw the color line,* asserted
..peechmAltlnc.r. this proposed amendment In the,;Cockrell: In a campaign speech in
,Caldwell has spent 7S working light of your requirement for Miami Monday ELECTAlston
.:;' days on tour in his first primary membership In your union," Watson -i i Cockrell was instrumental In
s campaign. He has delivered I4. told the printers, "and your']having' such a bill Introduced at
r public talks or speeches of a guarantee of skill to your employer -|I the Jut session of the state legislature -
political .nature, has addressed 11 under your union employ-) but It WM not paiaed in
groum organizations or civic moot working agreement It seems the torjn recommended by, Cock
-"c qb6 on subject other shah poll'tleyNand to me that you would quickly see'' Cockrell
has made 46 personal that the amendment afford 'an I rell.Alston
I I
Cockrell ef Jacksonville
I' 'zaidfo-talks, many of themeverk opportunity for you to remove.the,
: ;tie wide hookups. business,,agent racket from the I wu born In IllS at the home of
JWonday. tight from lCt-45' to ranks ,sot unionism and, compel ithese 'his grandfather, the laU Governor
!. I David S. Walker, In Tallahassee.Governor YOURUited :
,
union allowing ,U to require -
6'etock, Caldwell will speak Walker, the last Demon
,training of their members,j jsa
o aritte radio from Tampa oo.a orals governor of.Florid before
'statewide Mutual network. you do, M a prerequisite to*
membership In these union, and,Reconstruction was the only FlorIda '
build up the craft union Into)) governor elected without oppetition. t States SenatorHe
I Cockrell'i father, the late
,WATSOfi SEEKStpWS'GE lidDed groups as your*Is." ]A. V. Cockrell Confederate
"When a union provide killed'
workmen a contract on the part I veteran prominent was Florida for many yean a Is a man of tried integrity and
OF UNION of the to its lawyer
employer use ]
ben because of their ::'ttl) Cockrell was educated at Central ability, mall qualified to represent the'

AGENT furnished a* needed, and omit.j Grammar School In Jacksonville people of Florida in the U. S. Senate,
f RACKET ting the requirement of exclusive at Bingham School In Asher
employment not a closed shop,vtlle N. c., and at Georgetownand
iI i Tallahassee, Apr 27 Attorney I contract and would not abridgeor Columbia unlvenltiea He He ia a Floridian who knowsFlorida's ""
General Tom Watson, complimenting deny the right of a person to'was admitted to the bar In nOT problems.
', the International Typographical work because of membership or He and his brother, A. W Cock- .
Union upon Its apprentice non-membership In I union." i rell Jr., then formed the law (Political Adv, paid by a Friend)
II partnership of Cockrell It Cock-
training program said today I
rell which ha existed In Jacksonville
the "business agent racket A small boy came panting Into -
\ established since
a
could, be removed from union- a western Kansas. newspaper, ever
except for a short time when
Ism" if all crafts were patterned editor' office faying, "Bos another
brother, R. S. Cockrell
was
after the ITU here'* a man outside who says ; 11"1 : 1 \ i\\ ; ! 77\ 117,1177-' '; : \ ''' ''!
their partner Cockrell
"The typographical unions require he hasn't had a thing to eat fort Judge
an apprenticeship of five len day" '
year before full membership Is The editor' face h :tedhOW I COCCCC2 COOC = OOO = = CC = CCO = 0 = = OC .
i allowed, Attorney General Wat- "Run back and And '
f sen said, "This is a guarantee of he doe It," he ordered "and I;
LJ skill which other craft union do maybe we can run this paper atj,
F not exacf-ot their member" east another week" f Hare youread THIS TRIBUTE to

I "'I' .*j ;Jm: lorer'l. : of printers, why -Editor It 't\

.
J I


II I i r,. _; HASTEN OF THE OUR RETURN SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPERby



I : SERVICE MEN and WOMEN


J. Earl Browfcr, General Secretary of


tf

': Tilt ".'. 1" Plank in j yfi U


,,' MILLAR THE COMMUNIST PARTY?


CALIWELL'S
.. . . We dare ask en pain of humiliating defeat Ie this wit
.
rest complacent en the present status .f the Negro eltbena ef the .
I :.. PktfirM: United State We must, aa a. owe necessity ...-.. to the systematicend

relentless wiping eat ef every law, eastern, aid habit of thought,
which hi flagrant.'Violation of our Constitution enforce a* unequal

It , DEVOTE THE RESOURCES status between N Ire and white elttaena of the Called States."-rag*

THE 40, Chapter Vl,"VkUry and After" by Earl "...er.
! ; OF FLORIDA TO '-l

f *", . . There la a mevetneat of eallghtenment and progress stirring
WINNING OF THE WAR I I '
I, I Ii thrown the south asnong Whit and Neon poP.taU.ha'
reaches ......'t.the,'graaa ....... And already It has found spokesmen,

i t ; Every unnecessary' day the war t worthy ones, In public life, . . I will mention a few, even at the
I lasts is another day before our servicemen risk that Martin Die and Ids kind always denounce a* -Cemmsmlsta '
.
"H, and women can-come home. a : ;' '1' fhoae for wham Iifveak} a kind word.,. . newton Claude Peppier ha
I oo ; has the energy "'. rI 1 I' *. displayed a protrrwive now(aced Independent spirit that, ...v. anew .,
Millard Caldwell -
) I . day earning te the Math."-Page M. Chapter. VkUrr and ,
I .'. and abUlty.to make the office of Governor ,.., '_ '. After by Bart $rewor.
I "", of Florida really effective in the


!I ,'.".. O war, effort.He is also. a veteran of World ,'" ,. The Thinking ,Citizen of Florida are NOT in Sympathy


I it'f War*I.that He will thus confront understands our returning the problem with SenatOr' 'Pepper's ."So-Called' Progressive Ideas! aI ,;,

I he will be well-
I : .veterans.As Governor

I.1 qualified to solve these vital postwar ,
problems, including the.need for,immediate .

,j .. Jobs M Returned.service land ," I' '\Ypte Americaiv-Vote Democratic

.
i "of women.. ,,. , ,, . '" .



J: ) Iecfj V,V EDMUNDS; '


I) ,1;, IV.EeR W.OR .

x 1n P18 NDR .g ; or J. ie alILMDI:
I'Qun \ : .p't. gx ,g\tmi"V ouJ

: M W t i ih. .
,
i ; :'; 1;; ,
" <
rnr.rar :
r-Nr-.t pie.. tr.+.i:.M z* .ybs i
ooocxcccc: .d=J=: COOdOOOOCC = c :: cc coo coboc,

,

h.-



.- .. ,- ,,, '. . ,,<
.. -, .,-- ",.--"

"r'IfIt..4.; 14 ,fiJli. J M... .""' .. "" .ww. !IIJ.--.t"' 4. J ... _......_ \:.

\


Pare Eiritt HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE April 23,' 1941
-- ----- -- --
.' !IlliftlfBiE! 1Dli6li 9NfllAll l.t and almost all the other I with his ton, Howard Schaft" other five candidates for governor -
. MAY VICTORY , R welL
date will speak at madl-1 I -Mn. J a Barnes David say .,!,
Democratic rally to be Gory and Edward Barnea will In .' recent speaking tour
Jt 20 Years Age the Homestead baseball .. leave Friday lor Selma, Ala. to IS PREDICTED) .' Onsen made addresses at Home
t ; "The! ) Junior daa of Homestead II Spend the eurnmer," awed. Key Weak Miami Beach
KIP School ptcalcked, at Miami *om-te* Mr. and Mr. Eugene and In Bayfranl Park In Miami
i; tW ......... Mess .. a.eill. il Beach Saturday . Mia sonar: Henly on Tuesday morning a FOR LEX.: GREEN More than 3J509 Mtamlaa beard
... .. ... .
\ __-_.-....-. .... 160 flaw- -adw Moeeley was chaperon Preeaot little girl, whom then have named Kim renew hiss pledge of a mini
! -- ..-, Pounded a..W wens Nlta Davis ROM Tower, Marguerite ," I Miami. Apr J7-Judging from mum S4Q old age pension Increased -
.,l Oat are ..... Blanch McLean, Lucille Brown pay for teacher mnd a
air M0.1W..... ads&SSW "C. ,H. Rice will lake the boys the crowd which turn out to
II. ... ..... I Lillian Brown, James Wollam, i of the senior class on a boat trip program of postwar economy
hear him speak, Gubernatorial ,
Claude Campbell, Russell Home, to fish
Saturday They expect
{{ "C, W. Murray's bid for the Richard Fuchs, P K. Livingston for snapper somewhere beyond Candidate Lei: Green will receive
1) contract of engineering a sewerage and Preston Loveland Pumpkin K.,." a record Dade County vote la the 'II" II I I I
( systemor Homestead wu 'Alvln X Campbell baa just ": in the gloaming on May 1 primary, predicts Stacy L nCKHLLL\ )\
f accepted by the Homestead city sold to J. V. Darts ten acre of u.s-: : of the bride home InSilver Rowell, Green campaign mana- '
council at 1U meeting Monday
\" night . O J. Hackler wu elected land located north of SmFitch' Palm, Mrs Gertrude Moore;1,er, ( ()
by the councilmen to be superintendent place ." __ ,? j Webber and Clarence Fletcher I A consensus of ctetc-wide reports -
of the electric light "C K. Schaft ha arrived from! wen cnirt"I: In marriage at t I show that Green to leadIng S; S I S \1 I ( ) 1<
plant. ." Si Louis for a few days' visit i o' night by a substantial majority the ,
.
-'
O, Pen- ----
In the death of feaae
nlncton last Friday, Homestead w
loss one of iU moat valuable ELECTLEX ; .
citizens. according to. those who ;
t knew him beit, Mt PwuungtonWM ;
Mt ten year had been engaged .
GREEN
y, In cropping In south Dade County
and bad made Homestead hla
home during that time." ,

..14.... J, H. Herlonf of Miami .

with Virginia attend her the cam daughter play,'given down, by.Dixie Friday Itedland and to : ,. '* GOVERNOR ; ., j

{ High School pupils and remained J '
;i until Sunday with her parent,
Mr and Mr*. L B. Clear ant"

"Or and Mrs Frank Hauamaa ,
opened the North Diamond Park eacL4Lncemeni.
JJe JJa6 WerileJ
building program this 'week when (
they began the construction of a I
", five-room concrete and stones f" j ".,
bungalow on their 67 by 117 \,
.i! III' 'to. r: .
foot lot on King Highway. ," J'7f'" ,I. "
'.
"Cordon Thompson was re* ; .
elected president of the Itedland I ; ,
District Chamber of Commerce I.
r a' a meeting of the board of directors .. .,... .1
held the first of the week "'l.
The other officers elected wen ; '
first vice-president, C. T. Fucht, .I :
Sr, second vice-president, Edward -
Staling, and secretary, L. I.Blahop. II'
r ." ,:' r;

"At least two candidates for .
governor of Florida Worth ,
Trammcn and John W Martin,
- --
s a, s

EPPERSONFor 1


so

......

CONGRESSCLYDE


Oil
all
.. LLIJ
9vi last
t I

t r'f 'G,0.: 'V' 'El R t 1 ,OCongrei R ,
M

: n t-Carr g 2 YeorstCong

.
ressinan"-2n'd District-18 Vean: 1.CoinWJudg .

=Br df rdCo: ,t}'"- Y.alt .. I' ';':
'

,|-Mawtber/Speaker pro t'm--s.Ikt e.R.ell tlN\II'. "' .I'- !:. '"j..s

Chief Clerk-'Jorrda1Hou..oraepeiGti; > ,i, " .

.
.
'
1 Aielsteitirt Chisf Cloak=Floiida Hoes. o'-R.pr iH i ,,'" t ,_ ', ..$:.."


A.EPPERSON ) .HiR ,lrideWoas.:"ef,Rs;;;;;..tiff :


..talcSERVICINANMe LtgU ..Lawyirf 1T . ,
ber Aaaarbaa .
.. ,
.
U World ,.. - -- -. "
Wounded I wart Tlaaea .1 II'i 1 ill Vk .p.I.'VFisit.'A'ieltreetifiner ....." . J

H* WO Vadentaod IkeEiaerrieeaaaat --Y: I. ., -: Xan .
rreMeaaaH F ii ,'\ ,!F ; ;'

is for South Florida

and.South. Florida Peo f
pie as a Whole

VOTE FOR JJ.; ,3 . 4'
.. i4:4: ; All: ; vilfrank.


,EPPERSONOUENEXT' f f0tttt!991%. .,k.. V fWaffV' fla : aMMrVPPItfl''* 0f taaaTvVa MWiWLBC ,J JI

CONGRB88MANT :
I 'WM SflMC JHC MOM aOW FWBAY'>#WC 2f -AT 7131 Ira.sATWrpAYf I'
T our, .....t tMIN : ;JO Of. P. .

Primary betted : wRIc29'iAT.IO P.i 4.* I4ONDAYs MAY J"T' 'aM''Q.': *,.TUIIDt R0Ntiii';. .

,1544 I 1 X(2 Aim A,M.:OVER STA"d 7k r.yft ft3 MRlir*: M bk'; J

by Frteodi '. ::

It. '.... . -

;.
%


''" _ .., c.._ _'. ....._r_ t .'
... "-_, .+ ._ ..._ r '" : : : ::



._ ,- .--.... --"'
,.> 1"1"



j

:'April 28,1944 HOMESTEAD. LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Nine
-- - -----------

AREA WILL MAR Shark Authority Stewart Springer ...

; Contributes, to Research Iagazine j )
-
.EDMUNDS IN RACE t
I Stewart Springer of Homestead seriou handicap to the shark tA

too I who has bean'described a* "the when it wanatebite.. t
u. S. SENATE I foremost United State authorityon Actually, shark bite In any ti
sharks," is the author of art position convenient.to, them, but i
Judge 1. Ollie Edmund, candidate article In the March Jssue of the do not,hesitate to'Jweak the sun ri
Jot the United States ",,- Naval Laboratory Research: Pilot face of the.water "order to bite
ate who win speak tomorrow afternoon entitled "Stewart Springer Describes some floating,object,whUe anal*, J
at the fish fry In the Traits of,Shark Species." taming. a not'pjal't vertical petition.

,municipal park,. Jike to explain He ha been associated. with the .
hit candidacy with a statement laboratory In Washington since I hive never been asked I i
taken from hit platform: November, end i* expected here I whether or not a shark van swim
"My only promlM.- Judge Ed. within the next two week to. backward,' but.: there Is little possibility I
tnundi .Mr. "18 to be guided visit his wife and children at of controversy here be- \
solely by what I believe to be the their home on N.W. fifth e\- I. cause thai shark borlionUl fins
bed Interest of my country and Mr. Springer la the author ofa are fixed planes and there are'' 1
my lUte; to act u my conscience number of books and artiste no ether shark: structure which! 1i
dictates; to serve ai but I know on hark, and to IBM received I could function In swimming back;I 1J
. bow from motive Inspired by . in Academy.ofScience award : ward. i
Christian principles.: ," from the state of Florida for his: The shark la subject to about:
,Born In Higgstown. Ca. In work with sharks of this $tqca tF. the,,tame kind of limitations tot
IM3, Edmund was brought up Before going to Washington. Mr. I maneuverability as an airplane,i iII
In Defunlak Springs. Fla. where Stewart we associated with the I but their speed la never so great (
fie manned the pumps for the Shark Industries In Miami. to prevent them from making:
church organist At 14 he was The article follows: I a short turn 1
forced to leave school and seek Curiosity' about the habits of I la connection with a fishing
employment to help support his operation on the west coast, of!,
animals seems to be more or lea
family. He went to night achool Florida, I mad an attempt tocatalogue JUDGE J. OLLIEEDMUNIvi"'S :
universal.' .
and worked hit way to maiter'iand 4 the kinds of food founds,
It doe seem amusing, though, '
law degree at Station University In the stomach of various speciesof :
should ,develop
that so many people -
by carrying a paper route shsrki. For a while we caught'II !
Interest In finding -
and waiting on table, an Intense a'fnsnber of, tiger charka In ornear
He opened I lave office In an answer to the question of 'northbound ship ,lane.I
whether or not a shark must turn
Jacksonville and wn appointed The list of material from the i
to till over on It* back In order to bite.
an unexplred
term a* tiger shirks' stomach probably
there mutt be some desire -
At least,
county judge Returned three
closely approximated an Inventory -
for knowledge on this per'ticular / I
time to the
office Judge Edmund and
of the garbage trash
It Is
service* received award the of distinguished the ,Junior all odds subject asked by people who
Chamber of
Commerce.A and chicken head I F
Baptist and a Mason, Judge heard that my business I* shirk Some shark are not at all par.Hollar .

the Edmunds National I* also Boy Scout o member Council.of cstchlng.Just why lllumlnstion on this about what entire they flveandahslffoot eat II I U. S. SENATORWill i
recall finding an -,
He I point I* required, remained obscure -
put president of the Exchange black-tip shirk in the
to me for a long time, butIt i
Club, part
president of
stomach of an eleven-foot dusky Speak at a
the Florida Historical eventually became apparent '
Society,
hark and Inside the stomach of
past that people are not really Interested
president of the Council of there the
the
black-tip was major -

Social Junior Agencies Chamber an of officer Commerce of the, a There In Is the a facts legend of that this case.shirks part. The of a black four-foot note blscknoseshark. was ani I I HOMESTEAD: RALLY i
but
trustee of Stetson University and have to turn over to bite four'
adult female and carried
chairman of the Scout Court of torn writer have said that this
uUy-devtloped In City ParkSATURDAY.4P.M.
Honor of Northeast Florida. I iI not true. The Interesting angleto young ,
most people I II the,,.controversy. -

S. L. Kendrick 4 ';
THE WEATHER, The mouth, Inr many but not : : --
= --IM--J. all kinds of sharks la located below -
a: =.. reset junto or Tn
protruding snout and the
Bate pant ..... par, Salt hark'* head doc not turn relative KAO II I Heir Judge Edmunds Explain
"' to lie body. Consequently, I
Apr, JO.....'i t) id 01 a turn of the body I* necessary Hrtaj Certificate *>. other _**., Hit Platform-
Apr 11.-..... (I 13 10.M It the position, or shape of the asMto actaewledaWI a4 wit. For: r
Apr. 13...._. It4 io.M object attacked require .It I II I
Apr. SV..._ IS et toot Just a* tilt Interfering presence I FREE ENTERPRISE and DEMOCRACY
Apr, 1'_.. 10 M MM of I no**-no, two noes*- OM renews BU.. '
Apr. 19_._ II 64 tO,00. does not deter two human from IT. W. Is* St. .isartta.. Ha., Against x n
Apr. MM II tl M kissing, *o the long snout Is not a :
c I
REGIMENTATION and BUREAUCRACY t

(Paid Political Advertisement) !
1

For Sheriff ELECT .

I


R.. B. CHASTAIN Vote For 1 5l. J






Because: Val C. Cleary ;


.Ii He believe !. complete wows suffrage. PFOR

He will appoint. women devsiUe to handle Javealleannseney r
< and --.'* preMsaas. ')

,., He will ......... aO law diligently fat fearlessly.Re .
'
b beaeet anal sheers, J
i
Then will be ..'faveritlsa .. .! '
;'f .
Mtvra rear as eeartaMe .Mlkf* hint exotUtsiUr, fer
sheriff beesnse duties are ......... t

.. He to the 'enty fsndMate fer sheriff ELECTED t* a F
pubis law sefereeaseet ......... I
'
( R. B. Cbsaialn desires to sere Daft newly fsHh- .
,$> hay and well. AI..Iff...... will bo jostle and .. "
equal consideration fee all people. ; .

.i.He respectfully aelkHa year suppers and veto eei ,
>R.; B..Ch..takf ;**,''. "


A .vote for R. B..ChasUin for sheriff.In a-vote for good govern.Didait !- .j ,

. County Commissioner

.
i$

Vote for R, B..ChaaUta and help hki ,maha&k.'our,fine and 12 YEARS OF ADMINISTRATIVE, EX-


doirtble. county.' PERIENCE AS MUNICIPAL OFFICEHOLDER -

i ., PULL! LEVER 14-A- ".. ,._ : ,:,: 'QUALIFIES HIM ,FOR THE
'
.
QUALIFIED' 'BY EXPERIENCE: OFFICE OF COUNTY; COMMISSIONER 1-


,{pBfcl Politicar'AdviitiseuseeNt f';' '* I
'
(Paid PofeUeal Advertfasmtnt ffe

,, . .. __ . .. :.j ... I'
... "



I p L '1.., AJ':. _. _' ,' '_'__



...' ''''''' .
.
.
.': "'I- p.vr
I IfAJ
..... ... ... .....--- - ,
_
+



3G

Page Ten HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE _April 21f

: Haul Park, and enlargement.of Brady Signs Contract i Francis /. Brady u
Troy Davis, Welfare Board Chairman, :post-war planning activities to{ For Recording SongA i Brady wrote the .
I song on Jan. 13,
I of FloridaIndustrie
stimulate development
I
Seeks Election to State LegislatureTroy *. agriculture, and citrus contract releasing bit songHer music was composed GMaI:
'
bin of Bottom
groves and to cop with any Unemployment W. Co," for recording by
that Mr Brady was .
C. Davis candidate for tug the school tax district from emeigepty I'tile Recola Recording Co., of company that
state representative In the JecI ten to not more than three. This might aria after tile war. Hollywood, was signed Apr. 20 by teen million j
lature. Croup t, has been a practicing he believes will spread the school -- sand songs are used annus.t) ii
attorney In Miami for the tai burden more equally and will Florida Hortirnttural la vice-president and chairman In then more than $00,000 cohval
put twenty years H* Is married, help relieve crowding in certain Group to Meet in May charge of an programs of the ated phonograph throughoutjb
has two daughters attending high Junior and senior high school. Vegetable Section. country :;jj
school and h* U a member of (2) Enactment of teacher salary Whiter Haven Apr. JT- the Methodist Church. Increase byraising the state appropriation The executive committee' of the -
He served during the entire per Instruction units Florida State Horticultural Society -
period erf World War One la the from fOO.M to 100000. Is announcing the STth annual
U. 8. Army and WM a second (3) Liberalising sick )cave provisions 'meeting of tile society to be held
lieutenant when H e decI. R* b of the school cod so bar May Is, IT and I$.
a member of Harvey W. Seeds to permit cumulative leaves Meeting' at the same tint and ELECT
Port of the American Legless teachers on account of Obese: .I place win be the lJUa annualmeeting .1
'announcing his ptstforrn to M days. of tile Scorns Memorial
recently Devi Mid; For five years Mr. Davis ... Institute the program of which
i the war le all of been a member of District t Welfare .1 b devoted to a discussion of subtropical
our"U'::' and :.. be Board and. for the past two traits exclusive'cf citrus; C. Daviij
Troy
applied -tint toward the winning. years has been chairman serving and the nth annual session of the .
j of the war and toward the *atabIMhment without compensation. B*> advocates Vegetable Section which eon-
t of a lasting peace. glvtaf Increase of old age assistance alders the production and marfccting -
i due and timely consideration grants to a maximum of $<. and problems of the vegetable .
'
.
i. to poet-war planning for the ex- a grant of ISO a month for boardIng S "
,
,. pension of business-ard Industry .borne or .bed-ridden:recipients r. M. 0>Byro* of,jute Wale"*, *
f I In Florida and for employmentand ; elimination of "red tape In president of tile empty.:will pre- i"seiitatireI.EGII.ATURE i ; fi
1 security for every returning proving age and need; and providing sid at all meetings ,of- tile so:
soldier and every working man more adequately for dependent cicty proper. Dr; H.. &, wolfe'o t .
1 r .
and, woman. 'A| I served In :h dr"L Gainesville ..' yicerprftViMt and ( )
World War One, I am familiar His platform also calls for the chairman of the meetings bf the
with problem confronting ..... creation of a South Florida water Krom Memorial Institute; and GROUPTWQMtami'lawysr
lee men returning to civilian Ufa control 'district, with Lake Oke*- Dr. F. S. Jamison of Gainesville' I
and feel that the veterans' of this chobe the source of the'water\. 14 'fears.. I.
war arc entitled to the utmost supply and he points out that CARD OF THANKS' Veteran World War t %
s planning and legislation" Los Angeles gets her water from TV our many friends of the Patrol *f Dade County schMls.Aellv '!,
Mr. Devil; a graduate of Young a point 200 miles distant Such Masonic and Eastern Star lodges,I I In dole and -welfare work.
Harris (Georgia) College taught I a project he states, would be financed -' Heath Mann Construction Co: ,
school for several yean In Georgia with funds from the fed-J
school church and other friends
I' ,
before studying law at Atlanta 1 eral government and retired by w* wish to express our appreciation -I I Democratic Primary, May 2, 19,14;
; Law School. He believet' the1 1 I self-liquidating bonds without ad-I for the many comforting
following school matters should j dltlonal taxation. word and the beautiful flowers
have the consideration of tile|I I Other matters which Davis advocates -| and cards of sympathy during;I 1i i (Pol adv. paid for by a friend) '
IMS Legislature are conservation of Flor.
the loss of our husband and:
I (1) Re-districting of tax districts Ida's wild life, continued .development father iACP
In Dade fount! by reduc-1 I of the Everglades NaJleelect' MBS. D. E. BASUOR ;
r L MARIE BASHOR
0 1 MYRA JANE BASHOR I


.. .a




C'W.Petersw' : : "





;l

TO1 : at' nKe

I
STATELEGISLATURE





GROUP 3 i itt S...
s I i ''e A .} 1y4.&j. r+,


Only candidate for the
letUUtare who has had leg I
'tatativ* exaerieae

0 Ty
Dad County .nt hareMie

rep eseatanve wise baa
had experieae.


rtS _

'Subject to Democratic Primary

tr (paid Political Advertisement


._
-- - -----



; t r I GEO. S.. OKELL, I tie 1



1 ... fee I



LegislatureGroup ;

of Baltimore PAINT: ,
.* .
"
One
*
t' .

,. Essential for protection now ,,, ..


Resident amCooiltyll ; I 12l lt1J 'K. Kern \\njwt post-war'homeplanning.Brp6lcprfhmfeiftoWp( :

Y t II !

1'; "" 't f1 "*
)
;
:
"
. 1 (

iqur 'qtr and supportappreciated ; a V 0"P .t'
"
r rWK ,w l Henri Brwker, Jt;';\p.",,;
}} I .,. .. 'f"
rnoslc: nOlftlTEAD.1)1f1'i": )
,
I ,
Political A4v.
; (Paid )
'
: ";' J "- -". . I .j
: .. .;;; !

i : , '" .
.:.. ; "' 0
.. ...... ,. .. ,, """"J"lil 't'II.c ";Ptft j. \'k--t'" : :



Oh''' ." .. ;-rrl"'t; "iV"f',1'1" N',"""" ....ff....... .., 1111 '"' I.c l "It'..; 1"1 '. "rmnJ .....'."':I I"" "'.,IJ :".... ( 'R'f'; ''7I.N"'j"T', : ;:PP:' ,






t April 28,1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER ,AND ENTERPRISE Page Eleven


ChappeU for Confrrew HltOkaast Civle Club, Democrat
SNEDIGAR RUNS 1 .
i 4eet Saturday MiamiMUmU Veteran of South l'IoricSa. Flamingo
Democratic Club of Miami
FOR COMMISSION and the Brotherhood of Locomo-
April 27.Campaignmanagers Uvt Engineer.
I for Dan Chsppttt, candidate -
Virtually every available can
ONPA RECORD, for Congress, expect one didate for other office to be
1 at the blued turnout la the,noted upon In the- first primary

Basing hit campaign on one ol:current,' campaign Saturday; Might i I[1 1 ha been Invited: ra': address thegathering
which account for
;
qualification by reason of experience when the former late legislatorwill
the start Attendant have
Louis T (Bed) Snedigar.candidate appear Ie. ChappellforCongreu ; -1 early
,been engaged to accelerate parking -
for county commissioner "1 1i
., meeting at Bayfronti of automobiles in adjacent
In the May primary, cites \
i
park in Miami at T:JO.Representative fiparkways.
ro I Ih record ai four timet mayoiof I'
of five orga- Chappel this week deliveredfour
Miami Beach to substantiate
hit claim. niiations which have given Chap. '' addresses In Key West and
i pvU official endorsement "will participated in various other ;
Snedigar began hit campaign
partlclpat They are the Miami! meeting throughout Dade, Collier -
for the office created by the last
1 ''
I Beech Democratic and Monroe .
legislature, about nine moothi : Association counties i

agoHe la a native Floridian, bornIn
Bartow, Polk County, fla
4 f< LOUIS F. "Red"Snedigar After his graduation at the Stetson FOR SHERIFFVote
University law school, he for
.
moved to Dade County what, for !
the part fifteen year he baa engaged "
In. the practice of Mi profession -
: and hal also headed a I
t
reel estate business which bean
his n.me. Ha has been a real- ,
! dent of this county for 30 yean I
and if widely known In civic, social .-
: and fraternal circle, I
Married, he ha* two sons, both
I of whom are Ja the armed aery-

(FOUR TIMES. l\I A YOR.OF of Ice the H,*Florida l' also State an active Guard member

r I In seeking the nomination to Y

I MIAMI BEACH the county board. Snedigar does .
; ) '
not oppose any of the Incumbent
I The newly created office I la for
'I ; I ." the fifth district and it ii the contention .
of friend and supporters:, '
I
of Snedigar he will prove himself
a valuable asset to the functioning -
y j SOLICITS YOUR VOTE board in carrying on the business J.A."SMILING Sullivan t tI
of the county i

i In His Race for I ::::

BUS FAVORED I I More Than 10 a Miami Police Officer

Sublet! te Democrat Primary May 11. 141
BY MAJORITY
County Commissioner I

OF TRAVELERSMore BE SURE YOU VOTE

5TH DISTRICT .
v (Paid Political Advertisement)
than half of all pasengersusing
any form of public transportation -
between cities last year
rode on the country S3,474 highway .
COUNTY WIDE VOTE I buses, the National Association -
of Motor Bus Operator announces
I COMPUTE VICTORY
DEMOCRATIC MAY PRIMARYPaid Passenger traffic on Intercity
buses reached a record-breaking
high of 963 million In 18.S, according -I DEPENDS III ,
( Political Advertisement to the associations findings
This total represents a gain'
I of 311 per cent over 1(4 and Is MANY TIINM
I two and one-half times the riders:

of any peacetime year I ,
I One-hundred seventy-five\ I
the nation's major bus lines Ie-I
counted for 78J million of last,
\1 years passenger, while smaller I 61 IAOJ t-.1
SEND operations contributed another I I Wi
180 million. Reports of the larg-
et operators show that while they
;' : carried 42.1 per cent more''passengers -
'. I., their operating mileage
Increased only 111 per cent


I II
<
for Prompt
I :' : I

,; CAB SERVICE
o I ,
\ : '
,, a. I reasonable. rales
'

i > ::. I. S'Day... 'phone. : ........'.,.." .9108 MAKE EVERY MRC

; : : i .
,
; '. Night j '.Phone ",'-.? : ,239"pout'riA

t :' .:. ; ::1 I 00 11$ KT

.( ,. ; .' CAB.sane* '
t d ;;, 'IV, O.., -rtunser. FTo91. . 1 1f. Complete victory mean winning the war, ;"A the peso The
: ?
1 -
j . f. . . I food and nl\j you row_ :_this v reason will. *help toachieve .
: ,
) ;" '. II J this victory
-- -- -I Use Armours. Ely Crop. Fertilisers i To Make Every Acre
i r DAN CHAPPELL \ De 'yea break eat .Ida 1 'trke delivery at :once" to 'make' a

pricklyheat- la I Ii Do Its Best Order Armour's and,

TOCONGRESS i| .kel weather sure of having the f.rUU..JOU
I I I' .. peed when you need It Armour .
: Trr i '* tcrude In Florida, for t
Florida and soil. Come to
crop
=:
\ A FARMER BOY FROM GEOR. I Fun GiZin'Powder 'now lor 'your+' requirement of t

i .f CIA' WHO WILL,'FIGHT FOR.:THE ie_ Arm ut's, Big Crop) Fertlllier.

I 4' FARMERJIND. BUSINESS MAN. 'F4Z; t. are KILGOREHottwtead :

&.{ A, VETERAN' WITH. ABIIITYBXPBMfiNCE. 'see .ate byonust \ 4

: "' .. ,AND' . 1
ANY
YeWD."CO
M
DtuoV4MT ..
It* 4- t .. .' M ,, 1 1'
'
'
**'* GIVE'iU A;CHANCE TO TRY.THAT'S -
Fterbta
'ALL,HE'ASKS. + ,
1. Liz rw'ror' -iott;Atu..ei9aPe [, sAi $VPfl a9s: J
.
:<(
,= . .
- -


zn. ../ (T '. ...." ....- .. -"' .._-.. ..._. _. '-''''-''''' '



7 4r.
,1" .'

x
Vi t

,i
,

t .. Page Twelve HOMESTEAD LEADER' AND ENTERPRISE '. April 1044


,. " ,- '-


I. Social Dade cl r : :r : I
: in South
II . . Events i iI




: MRS. GEO. N, WAKEFIELD TO BE HONORED FLORIDA KEYS ORCHESTRA MRS DORIS WARR ROWAN IS WEDDED 1
I TO PlAT FOE CLUB DANCE JAMES M. :
TO STAFF SERGEANT APPLEBYj|
: AS DADE LEADER IN CANNING PROGRAM The Florida Key Orchestra .

will play for the monthly dine Doris ,Warr Rowan of Homestead 'Mrt. Appleby made her home:'
; : A stat award will be present to Improve the club Canning of the Woman's Club of Homestead her with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
ed today at the meeting of the Pinchers, say Miss Crady. which will be held Saturday became the bride of Staff Belts, and was graduated la 1841 j

Homestead Horn DemonstrationClub Club members are asked to night from 10 p. m. until I Sergeant James M. Appleby of from Homestead High School. A

to Mrt Goo N. WakefleW bring with them *o tude,'* meeting a. m. in the club.house. Homestead Army Air field In a photographer, she is employed at
t who ha been selected W the articles of their work which Mrs. Chrti Petersen, chairman.t simple ceremony performed at 11 the I'lagler Fotoshop.
:, Dade County member of the or they with to display at the county arrangement Is assisted by Saturday morning In MI. Sgt Appleby a son of Mr. ar>4Mr '
o'clock
Bcnlsatlon who has don the moat Mn A. F Arthur and Mrs T ,J. of Unlon-',
exhibit to be hold fat Miami on service witnessedby *. A. E. Appleby
anti The was
to promote and aid the home May 4, en the annual achievement Walker Reservations may be Mn. J. P. Warr of Philadelphia town. Pa, when b* attended(
conning PI'OfI'IIIM''" tunic:
day. made by telephoning Ht-Vt school. Ha was a photographer,,
: Grady, county horn demonstre- and Mrs. John! Haines lot three
the service
i tlnn agent, will make the prnani Miami mother and aunt, respectively before entering .
I
i tattoo; on behalf of MM Isabella MRS, C; J.; PARMAN TO BE INSTALLED ,,of the bride. year ago.
t S Thurtby state extension eanI I The bride was gowned in chartreuse I Sit and Mn Appleby for Oiejtime
j PRESIDENT OF HOMESTEAD'S P.T.A. I'
t ping specialist with black accessories and i being will make their borne. ,

Mn. Wakefield hat given outs 'I Mn. C J Parmaq till be Installed gymnasium. Others to b* _Installed wore a gardenia conag*. In Homestead. ),

.. landing assistance in teachln'l president of the Home I are Mrs. A.. J:. Paul, first
1 ;: women how to can, both stead Parent-Teacher Association vice-preildent; Mn. W. B. Caves, I SERViCE' MEN TRY .OUT {ERYIr M.'I'ON
I borne and In their hornet, In lending at the final meeting of the year I Jr., second vice-president; Mrs WEDNESDAY NIGHTS IN USO
,r \ and In keeping In repair canning which will be held at 3:30 p. m I Olin Wright, secretary: ; and Mrs.

equipment, and In helping Wednesday. May 11, In the school W t. Rheney,'treasurer, A makeyourselfthomln and fortune telling were enjoyed. '.

t A program will be presentedby the-kitchen night I II ,held in the Mrs. Fred Suber had charge of '1

Ii I ANNUAL SUPPER OF FIRST METHODIST I'I the education home economics departments and ,physical and-I Homestead USO each Wednesdayby the register. 1

: CHOIR GIVEN AT WILLIAMS' RESIDENCE refreshment will b* served by Mrs, J. R. Brooks who I is .*- An informal musical program Jwas *
I the following ,committee: Mrs,I silted by Mrs. Ralph Mooney. The enjoyed at the open house
: 1 The annual of the FirstMethodist OKI Mn Wm. Mmselwhlta boys often take a hand in Sunday afternoon when E J.
aupper were: MsJ and Mrs. Lester Doan Craddock -. Ing, dishes they especially COOk-I Norman, Jr., was In charge.
{ Church Of Homestead Mr. and Mrs C. L Mn John Tower, Un.A1bert.
and
I Chlpley
: was given on Thursday evening, children Mr. Bussed and Mn Stewart PI.e Florida Keys Orchestra 1'I
.' and Mn. Geo. Hanson each week for the Tuesdayand MRS. NAT LEASE HOSTESSTO ,,
Apr 20 at the home of Mr and Springer I .
Pfe. and Mrs Paul I '
I' Richards Thursday night dances, Th JENNIE LOBDELL GROUP
\ Mn. pavld C. Williamswhere'Mr and Mrs. Ivan Moser, Mr. I Altar Society of the Sacred Heart Mn. Nat Lease was hosteM"1Ttiesday
tables were placed on the lawn. and Mn J. D. Redd, Mrs H. L. C. Henley, Mn Tho*. Helton, Church was hostess group on evening to the Jennie
t 1: Harvey L. Brown, manager oft Brown, Mn Ruby Centley, Mn "Mn. Goodwin and Mrs. Billing Thursday of last week when Mrs.Chss. Lobdell Circle of the Woman'
I the choir, expressed his appreciation J. E. Clot. Miss Antoinette Moye, ton. Pope was chairman As- Society of Christian Service of '
\ to Irving J, Lyon, director Dr. O. Sewell Palmer, Virgil Lyon I listing her were Mn. Clark Roberts the First Methodist Church of .'
1- and to' the vocalist, organists andothen Harold JLyon, Don Lyon and The Woman' Society: of Chris Mn. Ernest Campbell, Mrs Homestead. China was the subject .
r r who have contributed toy Charles Brown. tian Service of the Redland Com- S. J. Lynch, Mn Robert Chafer, of study in the court, "SI." *
the success of the choir. Mt.t
munity Church will meat at 2:30 "
Mrs. Julian Angelinl, Mn Stew- ing a Song in a Strange Land,
Lyon, who directed the group un. SHOWER GIVEN IN HONOR o'clock Thursday May.11, at the
art Springer, Mrs. Lawrence Pope which I* taught by Miss LobdelL
til after Easter: la being followedby
[ l t OF MRS. MARVIN DAEHN home of Mrs. John Rohrer on and Miss Jean Mustard. Twen- The group will meet May 23 at I
\ Mrs. O Sewell Palmer.Present "
besides those mentioned A shower in honor of Mrs Marvin Bauer drMn. ty-fiv GSO ,lr1t.from. Coral the home of Mn Lloyd Field
DawhH wit given Friday afternoon -: Cable attended the dance under Present besides those mentioned *
by Mrs. James H.' Roberts L,B. "Crintford will, b* the chaperonage of Mn. E B. were Mn David C. WIN '
t MRS HEINLEIV ADVANCED Jr., and Mn J. C. Boyettat hottest at S p. m.;Monday ,to the Evans and Mn. D D. Warner. llama,,14.... Ridley Crawford, Mrt. .
11 r.TJL COUNCIL OFFICE the home of Mrs.Roberts- ;; Business Woman' Circle of the Homemade cake and doughnutswere Geo. Estelt, Mrt. Robt. McUroy
r Mrs Herman Heinlein of Red- Whiners in contests were.Mrs. WMU. of Jh."' Tint Baptist served :with fruit punch and' and Misses Helen and Antoin .
J lend Wit elected second vice- ,Andy Terburg and Mn. Daehn Church of Homestead. oran I'
president of the Dade County Ice cream, rk and candy,war. .. Mn.
Council of Parents and Teachers served, mack :: I
The
Calendar
,i [ Wednesday morning at t meeting Present besides those 'men* I
1 bi Southilde School In Miami\ tioned were Mrs. Geo.M. Cooper Were ,
\ \ Mn. Ifeinlein has served this Mrt. H. C Poole, Mrs'WylieCarpenter Apr. 28-Meeting of Homestead f'L
year la third vice-president" Mrs, Chester Tick, Horn Demonstration Club. ette
i program chairman. I Mn A. Traynor, Mn. Joe Ml-1 1 r May 1lnatanatlOlmeetot of 1
) i A skit, "Co-operation," .i Fit&n IMlI Nfl; Lytnan Wllllami )lira, Homestead BP.WO It home of
by Mrs. Mary D. Nettles, ''libra i T H. Orlgga. Mrs James S. Mc- Mrs. B. A. Tibbltt
J ; run of Redland High School, was Cready, Miss Bonnie Groover and May Meeting of ButlnestWoman's <
,y presented by members the Mia Virginia Boyett Circle of First Baptist .,
Shenandoah Elementary: School Those who sent gifts were: Church of Homestead tSO99Y : j
1 P.T.A The program was arranged I Mn Wilson Crosby, Mrs W. C. May Election lunch ton Sure you yMamm Pp
by Mrs. Helnleln. ,Morton Mrs Wm. Batts, Mn, J. meeting, Legion Auxiliary at Viso.des tae i fe sae got' '.'
I ;
-- '- 1230.:

May t-Preentatlon of "PlaneCrazy plenclmnp64'! ,. s -
i
," ".H.S. Junior play. eit
E ELECT May Installation of officers "" 1J
of Woman's Club of Homestead rla.e"d."'T 1f J
May. I.Meeting; of Princeton Son aim?fh1 Otf G p ,f
FRANCES 0. WARRINER Casualty Station. i e" vaAWAV00 es,
May 10-Meeting of the Homestead 6014rwu 2000.hicr 1.44
f .
BUSINESS WOMAN AND MOTHER Casualty Station site la r IbL01
May 11-Meeting of Redland ,u I%

Neighborhood Club with Mrs. 411V 1Ohlatimsou
,To Vane Harris. ass i ivna
I . n i, .
May 11 of tl
-Meeting W. S. C S, f.sen I
STATE'LEGISLATURE of Redland Community Church 0o0 U aeMalphgeN' ., ,
I with Mrs. John Rohrer. --
I
May 11-Installation of officersof 214lbs. t MWORALS I
Homestead FTJL rr all I U411
I jf
k May IS-Meeting of Home I F 1'.aaiei as avkW, :f
Group No. 3 stead Casualty Station I ii6toC061
May. 1C-Meeting of Redland' rose
bveJtCT: MMocmAnc VHARY' Woman's Club. i f
1
May M Election .
meeting of,
MAT
"I..t. ,
,, Homestead .
I Art Club at_horn*.of "
<(
May Si-Meeting of Jennie
Lobdell. Circlet with Mr*. Lloyd
Fields I Room" res.

Msy Jl-iuocheon,Meeting :eI Cold Tabl.W 17t''

ELECT University Club ,In high school A ttluble alrMOs4 reef ht,eucfnfaft ..;
; at 12 o'clock. of calls.RseYUt.
,
JOE CONDERMANN rN NAtr MMr' eroee. .*

,Gh.rroioU COUGH SYRUP C a weeCOWTeaest

; .Hf-MAN 'CONCH CltOW3 ; mlie( (11 sondes dhwr d5 r af(2)
I .
SHERIFF
CHOWDERiJIAK disc n s0oie ismhea.eieea .

s 1'M'IIJSCT ; is aei NIa UO10eand
PlittDsWn I vet MAPCMOCRAT1C :
'f;. a 'e e'
'10 '
OTTES TOl1.'YI6ea, RAKI swelling *ft cengeese cart roe,
rRiwARxThe AND \'N8Ir' seem good&& piaieallt sow
iag (* Itfm e4 siiaibmn, MI.. leaf r. ee '

Only} CMM, a, CIIape' .::

**. N. & ***a4 ATM** . ', ..

FLED- EX .'" IN direst >Street" ''*

t TBARtftHCHIEF DBPUTTAiFFat ; I' .... DIXI,1. == I J;

IMMf ACTIVE LAW BNffO&CC Mf, . .. ,
... :.
., )"' _'tr .' -..,..- .G.wN .was -1, : ", w .a '
-
) -
1tMI : : : , ;j7'i77
: ; .
, e- I"" ., ,;... ;;;


..
.... 11'1 -- : : .... .. -
--" : :: '
_:.:.::. ; ...:: ':'! :=;; r ''



""W'1f""" 'lf" 1"1 W 'I"" "' ,..,' .. ,,, '" '''' ( ,,, 'f
: .1"K'1''r
,1' \ : "" ;pICIII"\"I'"I"" ,f". '''':''I '" .1 ..

"
i

1941 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE 'Pa Thirteen
..1 I ""
"" TTMIr
"I'M= Tl 111111 11!1:11'7 ip "


t', MAKE HIS VICTORY .

.
1
f

i .A RUN-A W A Yr. ! j



.

r.i .
(" r
c! x"f
.(..,
Ri r
.'.


.'

( :
\: ,:


tfKf .
r
t
ynk :
te I
t.
i. '\

r9
( 4
'"
t

t '.... :'

..' "
t0.." .
':
" .: ... ,
t '; ,
\.).. ""

,
' :
1, :; .;'
'
I Ii
'
1'
i


'la
": .
''
...1t
5
'J .t..,
t -l\lore than 90,000 Democrats registered in Dade County alone! \

From every section of the state thinking citizens are rallying to the support :

of Sen.Ernest R. Graham, Dade County's World War 1 veteran, farmer

and business man, because they know that his sensible plans for a' united Florida :

.mean permanent prosperity ,for ALL Florida. }

Ernest 'Graham ,is certain to be in the second primary, but we 90,000 . i t

t voters of Dade County can send our neighbor into that second primary,with <, :
will be clear mandate for fie \to ''()3"} } :
1..1 . such"an overwhelming majority that it a n ge .:
{ v,. forward,with..hk,plans;for Florida's progress.
.",-J, ,: '
:1. ELECT: t F"
"
VIVO :.
,t' .'" :. '!
: GRAHAM'1 I Ij
\' ERNEST .
j, .\, .. :l" .I.Ii.
' J'

r' } *;" THE, ,| .. (

: -- BLL 'fLORIDJI ,GOVERNOR

, .
,).
'(Politic .er.rw.m.Rt'p.4 tat ky MamwWwl I.rttMt of tint* ft.'Or.h.m)


,.,. ,' ,
.
'" .. .. _,_ (IS .p -



I'

Wkp *y r '. (", '.........".. .. "'{I...", ""' 4..a".ft.. I 1 r r ," '" 'f




,


Page Fourteen HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE April 28, 1944 _, ,

t. ._. .............. .. .M. . .." ...,. 'Co.. . ._ ._, .Y. ..,, :.....
.. .- .".'iM
,
.
.
.
.
, ....,.. ....'y..t;, ..,J" ,, . : ', ,. .l. ,,: ,. .... .'..'" . -
,
, . 1 ,
.
t <<: '" ,:, ,:
:

t The {
... .
. J JIJ





Pepper-Caldwell
r w,



.



I Deal ;.j' '



I Asphalt # .



.
:
. .I. i
J "
'
I The following narrative form of the testimony taken at the Investigation of the National Defense Program, as

Y. shown by the Interim General Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, of the House, of Representatives, .77th .

, 4 fi Congress, 2nd Session, pursuant to House Resolution 162 and House Report No. 2272, pages 66 to 75 inclusive; was '

v. f v ., prepared by Walter G, .Hardesty, attorney at law,of.Daytona. Beach, Florida.* The following can be fully substantiated '- ",; .,.'
.. { ; . ,
reference
by to the foregoing. > < .: K J-|;: :

'. ..

: ,'J Narrative. Form of the Testimony: ,', ,; ',,' '"

; '
.
t '
i :1..' : Allied, the Low Bidder Pepper also got Mr. Fellows of the WPA.to advise the Wit : ".1.
Department that in view of the injunction suit by Mlllard Caldwell :
.. t When the bids were opened for the Florida Air Field asphalt attorney for Pan-American, that It would be for "the best .
contract. It appeared that Allied Materials, Inc., wag low bidder, interests of the Government to purchase Immediately, under a
; \ and that Pan-American Petroleum Corporation was much higher. negotiated contract, the asphalt necessary for the Florida air.. I'
1 Notwithstanding this Senator Pepper's man, Harkness, Florida ports." w ,
) state procurement officer formally advised Allied Materials,
) f Inc. that Pan-American was the low bidder. Allied Immediately War Department Calls for New Bids
l filed a protest In Washington. Millard Caldwell, the attorney
t The War Department fell for this story that an Injunction .
for Pan-American testified that he found it
r necessary tot suit was being filed by Millard Caldwell as attorney for tin ;
1 enlist the assistance of his former law
Senator
partner ClaudePepper
higher bidder, Pan-American, and immediately sent out telegraphic
; In order to try to defeat Allied' protest before the War requests to Pan-American, Allied, and Standard Oil, tj
Department However, the War Department (despite the opposition re-bid by 11 o'clock the following morning
t of Caldwell and'.Pepper) gave the contract to Allied, who
( I was the low bidder Conspiracy Prevents Allied from Re-bidding

i Pepper and Caldwell Delay National Defense However, Senator Pepper's stooges In the Florida WPA
War bum address to which to send the
gave the Department a
Thereupon, Senator Pepper's Friday, named Roy
man telegraphic tor re-bids to Allied. The telegram never
Schroder, of the Florida WPA stalled the of request .
shipments asphaltby
A reached Allied, so that Allied was denied a chance to re-bid. :;
Allied with the written statement to Allied that had been canceled with-
( \REVEALINGi : Upon learning that Its low-bid contract
not passed on the specifications, THE RECORD our notice, and new bids called for without notice, Allied Ma- -
i that Lt. Col Teale, district engineer of the U, S. Army, had terlals Inc. filed another protest with the War Department,
. theretofore approved the specifications and had M advised the v
a Florida WPA office by wire. Allied, being anxious to start The Phoney Injunction Suit
j shipping the asphalt, pleaded with the Florida WPA for ship
ping Instructions, but to no vail. Allied finally threatened toair The testimony developed the fact that Mlllard Caldwell the
t. f : the matter In the House of Representatives. The FloridaWPA I attorney for the higher bidder, Pan-American, and the former .
\ then answered that Pepper'l appointee, Mr. Harknesi, law partner of Claude Pepper, had wired the War Departmenton r
Florida state procurement officer, had not Issued purchase orders April 28th that suit was being filed to restrain the Florida
I orders Allied under its contractas
t for the asphalt from Allied, and furthermore the army had not WPA from Issuing purchase to
However the RECORD REVEALS that no such
approved the specifications. On the Investigation) it was found low bidder. ,
suit was ever filed, although Mr. Millard Caldwell allowed a
\ that Harkness had held up his purchase orders for the asphaltfrom
all the from .Washington to
ti Allied (after the War Department awarded the contract to government attorney to com way
Allied, as low bidder), but the copies of the orders that Jacksonville to fight the threatened Injunction case,! which he
'b'k never filed. Cob Newman, of the War Department, testified thatSenator
{ Mr. Harkness Introduced In evidence I were dated to try andshow
stated that he didn't about anything
that he had Issued them, when the testimony. showed hehad Pepper to him care
except that Pan-American must have the contract for 1800.000
not Issued them.
( gallons of asphalt Thereupon the Army, on May Jrd awardedPanAmerican
1 i Pepper Turns on the Heat the contract for 1,800,000 gallons of asphalt, and
Attorney Mlllard Caldwell advised the U. S. Attorney in Jacksonvllle -
t \S r Pepper and his WPA stooges then h.d' conference in Washington that "he would not file the threatened injunction suit*, '. .
. ; and Roy Schroder, Florida WPA officer, was present
.l ( Senator Pepper then! Intimidated his stooges In the WPA by Findings of 'the Committee.,
) i making reference to the promotions of Mr Schroder and otherpresent. After careful consideration of all the evidence, the special/
ff and of the necessity of Senate confirmation of Mr commute found that there was a delay of approximately 30 days
t Schroder's promotion, In the construction of Eglln Field and that, coming at a time of
national when the best efforts of the entire
t grave emergency
J The End Justifies the Means nation are being directed toward speed, with literally millionsOf
Senator Pepper's end in view being to by some means block dollar being spent for overtime wages, and for methods of
t delivery of the asphalt by Allied and in some manner switch operation necessitated OW International situation
;. ; the contract to -.+law en, who was represented by Millard such a delay was .UNREASONABLE, UNWARRANTED, ,
i Caldwell his former rtnel', It was then cooked up by and UNJUSTIFIED. It was apparent that Mr. Harkness 0' -
t ti Senator Pepper and his Florida WPA stooges that Millard Cald had considerable personal feeling In the matter and that he was '
f y -.-, well al attorney tot the higher bidder bring an injunction' suit aware -of the tact that Senator Pepper, who had nominated him '.
against i the Florida WPA to prevent the issuance of shipping for a better job, was desirous of having an award made to Pan-
) : Instructions to Allied. American. The special committee moet deplored- .' .
? .:' AlisledN' ,, fact .that "any member'of Congress would strongly, even"by' Inference : ."'- I \
i. "
l War Department an employee of the government to believe that his pro I
Pepper then got Mr. Fellows jot the WPA to notify. tFie Waf'. motion to a better position was cont'ngent upon the securing of a \
II ; Department Injunction' had> been tiIed. ,' 8enatotr government contract by 'a particular corporation." ' *' S>
f" that: 1'1 *.suit' ** : : . : .' :. '. : '.'
vJ ?
) .
v .
to ', j
.' \ .. \ ; ' 'j '. ..:- '_ ..f: '. '' .' ...... : ." : ::.t }(f; .. f "

,Voters of Florida:. < , : :> % . . -, ,., ,f1'uJ't'f"> ; ;
. .,. f. , .

In view of the above LEGAL 'COMBINATION;of Claude'Pepper' and;:.MillardCaldw U,\you ':wilf-betreading' ;;" ,, ;

upon dangerous ground if you return Pepper to the Senate next Tuesday and elevate Millard Caldwell to. the 'gov ,

.,' I ernor's chair of. the State of Florida. You are therefore urged to withhold your vote next Tuesday from either of .

these men. You are urged to vote next Tuesday for any one of the many opponents of these two men. Thereby !.,: ,

,you will throw both of these races into the second primary when you will have a chance to determinethe. :qualifications !" I

of these, men., Do" not .drcwmstawes be stampeded-into voting: for either, of. these ,mk" Wait. ,

and wrthhoM your vote UrvtU une:1, pri .ry., ;?? v..f'.iSiaSerely 1 "..' , .'"


.. ,' faithfuWy'and. 'cerefolly yWrs' \' "-.,$??". .' *?' '-1 I i "'r' r

f RIVIERA HOTEL AND .DOWNTOWN ANNEX, .",. ,,,.; ,


DATTOXA WEAdtV FlOsUDA ;: 'r : .
: >
:
1 ., ; ii. :
._ .
' "I: .. ,,' ., :' .rtt: "s ... ... ,
; l.': i ,';.," .. \', .. .1Political : : 'i:" I' ; : ,.
.' ". \:' OJ ... . ...} ;/. ..;":.'p"f." ,. "',.,. ;: "
'
'
... .. ,

} .advetfs ntea .paidforby Rivlera'.b eel,.Soc alteaa $sasb, He,5ut,:r{ :_: ; ' ail t ;',


,," .. .. ,r" -<04" ,<, " ..
:



1


t
t

Affil wit 1 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Fifteen {


AT.S ... i


.. 1 CLEM ADVERTISING' .


.1

BATE) First Insertion lOc line; subsequent Insertion

Jcallne

We are paying 1

FOR RENT WANTED J Ji


ROOMS and apartment Reasonable i
rate, hot water and show
r era Palm Hotel norttU City.

$6 to $8 box
per FOR SALE'Ion WANTED !



,'\ TRUCE itti Model
I 1$-.., wick rut iamb deck.

ratio A-l ....1&1... Needs Grove ForemanAlso
..m* Minor re*.lr*. Ideal fee

for 'Quali y-Persian Limes farm track *r rea t. mate Into

Greeter tor suet and far** Men. ".''
Geed ..._. 4Prier man to -assist In, I
'
WMMAOKCDU Packing 'House10SEP1IGORDON

FTJMT *. BCITtYCOMTANT. \
C:.... .-. t
.


} : ,FOR' SALt-Dining. _table(28U, I) Inc. 'fi;

r chair, bed with coil springs,

felt mattress, Ironing board, "
: curtain rod*. Phone I7S-R or

Peter Pan Associaterowers i call cor. 7th it. and Robert(28)rd. Naranjt, Florida .\


." -
4 :. J'J RARE AND.UNUSUAL tree and .f

plant Landscaping grove :

planting Sunny Grove Nurseries -

: KENDALL, FLA. palm Ave. I mile weft WANTED-Pitcher pump. Phone
of Florida City Phone 583-W 5614. Mr*. Eva Collins Mo.
-
.;
.. (azetf) dello.


Phone: Miami 48.2100 HOMEMADE FORD TRACTORS WANTED-Ford, Chevrolet or
with double low gear Excellent ,
1t other small pickup truck In fair
for farm or rove. Wolfe running order. W. B. Myrick
Auto Wrecking Phone 392-J.
824 S. Krome. (pa2I)
Homestead, Da. (.21tf)
r
WANTED-To buy second-hand
I TYPEWRITERS, Adding Mi.chlnet baby carriage Call
I / Cash Registers repaired 227W.pal
)
....... ,_..."..._. ....., -j Ij I Ribbons, paru F Goodwin, .-
-- ------.- ---_ .. _- -- Caves Bids. homestead CHEVROLET -.. Ploy <'.t ; fur
I 1 a21-11128 I( II reeked Chevrolet n..x IOU,
xi ITU C OF APriirATlON FOR look If Fail. M. In dos City of III.. |('' I '
TAX DEED Oawilx (M ma \ : : yin Htav teal .cL > njMl +f : l
k ,,,h r 1/J.21 .V,t. at 141 Mine** .*'tttrtfflvatt Ho. It* loraM was U/I II kOit 'M.L .. 3- 'Ile '"Oo "
I I'll" A ,09H aiaoatmoat if aM all fUj oaVtn :.I\I't'1 "noSf. iliF41 ." Io.'. 4<<1110 ,\\.IFJ). ,,. t."I, ,, '
I
1, I HKJtHir: ,' II , or f ,1d'r of """ .. "", d "'''''- ! Unho..... 1 the i*'o'... 11. ( If ..1C ".1.-< iiml "I.I't | *jl'ma
T.a t ,,t"Mi W.. HIM, tattMl Ih,. 7lh Lot It. Monk I. MIIJt-4 Park I.j to ink -- 11.1,1111I lor iti us iavocado1
.410 i 724. v. n ion, .... DIM .._ Hoik 16. "... 'a. In th" CII I, .f H_. ,I"n, fOR BAnOAfN'S In 1 ( '
I* ,fff.i>. And ha. mad. npi'Urn,ina t, nit at Dade. State of "Plorlila n, I.. month ol, | Contact bv mail'I ._
for t.* do-.j in br legend tbatvan Unlit r.r'""l in Certificate No P1'*!. Any tf Jan .S- V Pic. 1314 Milan i >l
I Torllrtc.to rniln fottowlnf df- sacra. "isf aM fimp.rty '. Gables, 34, Flu 1,11 2)'
u.h-- i )
,-11 r ill rmprrlf In of Dad. uM Lrtlfl..... 'Iwm .'. In the"n. "*". 1(41 I Wkto jfesd. We buy anything .
Bbi',' "f .", oId.. wale: of Uaknow. : I --
to.". 11 14. Blurt S. Imlimlt Law. Ualra. mid CrrtlflriMi (lull k. (Von. aqfl,pa y spot cash Sell ut the ) ;LARGE star child ,txpt w.-
S luh Plat Nash I, far 171. hi the d.ed Mrardlnc la Inns tn dad .: 'w. Durt4a' ill nJi you dout need on 302 :i. Kruma Ave Phoiie
0.unl> gfOap. stab *< FTorida. lace Ihrrmn M UH Sri tT tf Rt1Tr. D, C.! (aJl-mJ
The _n' d said similarly wd.. A. D 583. the gold rUflMt. was la the wan 01Dalw Dot JIi.: tltk day ."f X.,1A.. ") j I
a K.. Bao........... ..... FOR SALE-4-piece double bed- WANTED TO RENT-In Jlomiitead +
said rarUflral hall .. No K. t. ITATHESNAW I II room suite, young S-gaited
O acmrdlas to taw, the araoorHrWrlbW I Clerk rimlt cruet oneor two-bedroom
thorrla will W old la the Dado Cwatr tTorUa.ClrraH ? mare, spotted pony, bridles house err garage apt. by couple
klzhfM kldoVr at the Coat sew anor Came (mlB and saddles! barrel chum Role
," the tint Momla la the twatk of > N C. TEKRETT ft. tonable. Call that has been resident here IS
"_ 1S44 which kj tilt still tar of (Kan It. Apr t. 14, II. II. It44) at't .S2'M.1fI1) month Phone I during bust
i..*. ..... -
Dotalthis ISth. in ., April 144.K. NOTICE or APPLICATION ro. FOR SALE-Good large ,mare nes hour
H LEATHERMANCkTk .
oT Circuit Coart, TAX DIED mule. Phone Homestead 593-J-3 50 PIANO wanted Highest pt1c.
Doa Count "....... Chapter IT4ITAtti of IlllPU. (pa28)I
IIr N. C. aTMtrrr: D. c. A MMNotk paid. Any style or ace Brauh'sPiano

'tCh.11R'tb.rt. tl, 19, May 8ralUpr lt It ID..) _'"*/. lo....,...k..rrty of Slot irfvm and that< alii GOOD MULE, 1 work hone, House, 2380 N.W. 7th St,
Miami. (d 17tf
Tax OrtHkaM Ho Sflt sad *Jt, 1 gaited addle horse. Inquireat )
ool tko nth 4a? ell JUM A. D. .. '
t.nner.
NOTICE. ..r. APPLICATION has filed .ana* l> mi affln mi .(. 'Fla. City State WANTED
Ducks 50
: a week JJo
roil TAX DIED _... aoplbalbM tor a ton ..*a< .. Mkt (pe 28)
"
rih Na. ITUI M4 IkonnMi. Said CtrtirinltM ro>W* lb.. Rt 2, Box 201, Homestesd.
NOTICE: 1* HEREBY GIVEN thatLEatiR the following 40HHW4 ,r.|i.rtT la : .
I. CAUDELL. ....... .. anliaolnf County oT Dad. *lat> *f "%...d.. $o-"'< 8-ROOM house plua small apart. WANTED
ClUr ut Miami r.. CortlfleaUa Nita LM 1*. f. U. rm S*..Hi4 Addition ment in rear Lot 50x150 ft. So. Repair work see
bead MM sod 0001 laW the nth day I RoMWad a Sub, Plot Book .. P. Krome building cement work roofing,
av. (Key West highway),
.f Jana A. D. lilt, .... 1114 aM ear 141 la the CMMty: of Dade.into . etc. 11th Hour Mission Box W.
tlffeaua hi mr "'11ft. lead kai made ap.lilHatloa Florida, aa *aiarae l la Omirkat Homestead Light, water, aew- .
for lax deal I* ewes tIN_ l'll. The a.tone.t *l aM er. Writ Box A-HO care Lead Homestead (dlCf)
.. auoiiaaaia with lav taM Crttfleatooaiaraea > aadrr tW saw OrtlflMta Island was
e tile following aoMrlatd pro. th. 0._. er-Enterprise Priced exception- I need grove with or without\
..V..arted hi Do" Comity. J'lorida' ,, Lot I.I.Jd V. Tnm SMoad AddHlM ally tow (pa28)A
homes .
.. wft, HimnatM*. a !.... Plot Book 4. P. 3 prospect waltlag.
Lot It Bid, I, N1IA4 Part;' Mat 141. la the Coaatr: *f Dad. Its Drop me a postal or call J. X
... .
... _
--- -- - -
REAL BARC5AIV.. porn, 22483, Miami at my expense. .
Reverse charge
7-ROOM HOUSE on plot fronting
Everyone Loves a Winner ISO feet en S. Krome aver and''CASH for your Chevrolet WiJJe

300 feet on Lucy it Homo today. Box 1014, Homeste!!

i tead-Flortda City line). Lights,
RELIABLERESPONSIBLERASMUSSEN. water, sewerage Price unbelievably
t 4 low. See owner 0111 ROLLER SKATE ')

premise, (24 S. Krcme \ I
... ; (Key Wes highway, or juidress IN COMFORT
Box 781 Homeitead (pa28) ;

....... tse r Iiee p ILAd.

STATE LEGISLATURE 'I PERSONAL : ...... - ... -) I.

I I

a GROUP ONE FREE If Excess acid cause you I Venetian "

C WE INVITE i'OIlR SUPPORT iN THE: PRIMARY MAY J, 1MI Jialni at Stomach Ulcer IndJf.cetUon !

PLATFORM Heartburn, Belchlnf"Bleating. Skating Rink 1
Nausea, Ca Pains
"Public Instruction thovld'be the first ob left of govem-j ..' get Jree rmni v UJB*. at A..'COND1ri0Nan 'J
thenNapoleon.. i .t
Broun Pharmae.r MeSO) i .
P Work tit* Pl n> 01 Uxajio that would solve the dUflcultj -' .

of financing our. chools. A definite tat would take this Curtua'atloa .:..:..._-...?"._. -"' .....! :.--'f, .c
out of the funds tar ttiv finalist Jmeortant turutiep of Uut*

.1 ..UI e--jliisUta*.at our, < 0rer4 fIt. :. 'f ,.j -j' _{,ANt f f IAY IE VITZPA"RICK 1.1 s sa
'Wor .tor lh f tMiUhiV"t t t. tad _rea for oqrlmrtJtiOr t .
de 4 cie4it hldreB: At' prewnt there are did ylavtIolf lldIandoRoa4; betll'.n Avocado and rrstayne tffive } tt

for sucn care j. *
i '<..
R E L RASMUSSE.V .Effect a IJJU u19 ur4g2R. sat for 411 n<.idern -f Aadd 0gan Pianoforte and Theory ,/
t .un* rtt.on bookiePpid
( Political Advertbement) ; VJelia Xylophone Plano-Acccrdlsa.

...... t
,.Ada....,, -seews--. -.... _____ I --- ,



'l1.tkf..t. j. ... -





,II1'1



7::" :.J\'I<. .. : 1-Jt.: :. ._._ '- -.'
"

Q8,394411'.IuardArouud

. .
I y

.1 ; Page Sixteen 80MESTP.AD. LEADER AND _ENTERPRISE April ;

r ..... ... ..,
f ( B71 glt9ttt'R7t7C8ttX.n.unu... .u".u i iY
FLORIDA CITY J
By WarreN Sears '
| ; . I "' 0' i ; .
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Becker.left
this week for Fort Pierce where.
\ : Homestead they will make their home. '" ,

.
I Fred Brockett and. son. ,Jrelaoat "
; Brockett returned to their .
,:. '' ; in North Haven, Conn, last;weekS .
Mrs. Catena Berger and daughter H. U Brandenburg Dos gone
f' Miss. Margaret Berger, will I to Cay Ga, to take car of tal'Jll-: Mrs. O. C. Hole baa returned = <
leave May I for South Bend tod. IDS Interests there Mrs, Brandenburg to her home In Danville,.,,III .'
where Miss Berger will report and their ton, Arthur, : .
.
. May 17 to play this summer with will join him when school ck\ e*. Mr. and ..;;. H. J. Brocket! :.- .-
the Blue Sox, of the AU-Ameri- will leave neat week for their' 0' .
: } can Girls' Softball League, En North Haven, Conn, home .-
. Mrs Clara Andrews of Noca- 1
.
I route they will visit relatives In
: Covington and Lexington Ky te, and her ton, Ray. USN seaman Mr and Mn. Wm. Angelina
, I Mils Bergs physical training Instructor tint have data been stationed at San-' and daughter Lillian, will leave ,
at Redland High School, ford spending the next week for Boston where they '
' I has won national recognition as week here with relative and win vial relative) : i 't.Nn. .t. '
' pitcher with the leagu* ,which Include friends. They formerly made : .,, \
k i Rockford, m, Racine, Wit. their home her, where Ray attended J., f* Rohrer of 'Rediuci
f Milwaukee Minneapolis and Homestead High School visited friend here Tuesday; ', .... l

4 South Bond. -
i' MU Marti Elacnau bas re. Mr. and Mrs. J. R Booker and .ElectPIJVL
: i Carl Gamer, former Homestead turned to Chicago after spending son James left last week for .
,y .' resident and ton of Mrs. Herman, some Newton time rd.at her Inter home on their home In Georgia

Schlegel. baa been elected presl,
E ; dent of the Melbourne Rotary Harvey Mr. and Mrs. E. W Severy of
I dub Mra. Newton left last Miami and daughter. Joan were
'
week for Pleesanton, Ca:, to Join Sunday guests of Mrj, and Mn "
her husband who fa. W. W, Severy. '
; carpeo-
1 Ben Archer. president-elect of
toes mat aseand slam with the
:, ) Homestead Rotary Club and Wm. Seabeet at Camp Parka Mn Ward has been received: 'thatJ ,i'O'CONNORSheriff
: J. Geronlmo secretary attended Newton, the former Mia Alice W Cave arrived sanely in
the annual conference of the
, Wysong, hat been employed Brazil.
I ( |In
l.7th (Florida) district of Ro. Miami
1 tary International, held Sunday
Billy Fonyth' of Miami spent
:. : j Monday and Tuesday It St. Pet- Mr. and Mn WnrvwwJ Thomas Sunday with his parents, Mr- and
i t nburt. left Wednesday for their home In Mrs. L E. Fonyth
-
--
0 Chicago after a vlalt her with
: '. \ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taff of Mr. Thomaa parent, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clinton returnedto
t : Miami, son-in-law and daughter Mn S. K. Thomas. Key West Wednesday,
i t of Mr. and Mn. J. It. Bevla, have "'
I 1 moved to the state of Washington. Cko L. Murray of Key West I Mr and Mn L Campbell and AND INSURE
f Mn Yaffe is the former Miss InesBevls. was a business visitor In Homestead 'family have moved to Perry, Fla.
! ., on Wednesday.
't. VIGOROUS FAIR AND .
,
JAMES ARCHER SMITH
t A. 8, .
Moye returned lit Th.ttty.lnd Mn Fred Thompson
: Monday from the TXC. Railway left last week for Ashtabula, I HOSPITAL NEWS
t i ; hospital In St. Augustine where 0.. after spending the winter In I IMPARTIALLAW
I, I underwent an operation. Mrs. Mod-Mo. I
\ Moy went Saturday to St. Au- Medical I -patients this week at
{ '1 guatln to make the return trip Mr. and Mn Wm, G. Cully James Archer Smith Hospitalwere
with himMrs. Jr and daughter Loll, and WmO Mrs. Wilson Austin of ENFORCEMENT
E Cully have gone to Phlladel* Homestead Mn Hsrrls Allen ot \ t
( Johnny Walker of Jack'aonvlll phla after spending; Die ,winter Miami and Arthur Hague of Miami. -
la a house guest of her here. The Junior Mr. Cully. fiscal . FOR ALL CITIZENSOF
husband' parents, Mr. and Mrs. agent at the Redland Farm Surgical patient Included: Mn
i M !. Walker Labor Center will be similarly Loren Robert of Florida City,
i :...- ,employed In Philadelphia.Mrs. Mra Curtis Anderson of Princeton -
t Mrs. Anna J. Eggcrt hu returned Mn. Terry Rees of Perrln,
1 to her home In Trenton, B. It. Zlrkle has returnedto Mrs Jlmmla Maasana of North
4 t her former homo in Coleman Miami and Martha Sue Bland of
N. J, after an extended visit DADE. COUNTY
f.I.I here with her son-in-law and Tex, since Cpl. Zirkle has been lalamorado
i I daughter Mr. and Mn A. W. transferred from Homestead Sgt and Mrs. Arnold Melsel
S { Hutch)nson, Field to oversea duty, of Homestead were parents of I
six-pound eight-ounce daughter, Ten Years Chief of the l\lIamllnternaJ
.
) Mn John Armstrong left last born Apr. 25.Tonsillectomies. Revenue Bureau
Mr.
and Mrs. Chester
Scarlettand .
f week for Baltimore to mako her \ were performedfor t
daughter Laura, and MnScarlett's home CpL Armstrong formerly Margaret Griffin of Homestead (Paid oIIIItaJ) u..n.....)
i ; mother Mn. Adelia stationed at Homestead Field, hat and Catharine DIxon of !
.
Reese, left
t j this week for Early -
been transferred to Memphis. faranja I KeJt3sK17C t71'e'ahs tY tt7tit7KI, R7g7tJK3a17t1t1 lit e71t7K1pt7K gt3t3t1t f3K
I vllle. N. Y, Mn Scarlett registered ------- . !!.
nun In charge of the

i Labon

ployed in a similar capacity at
larlvlU: She la followed her
by Mn. Carlotta Repke R.N.. of
REDLAND FERTILIZERS
1 It the Oaceola Center at Ball Glade. BRAND


Mrs. Mary Jane Hobart was ,
returned Friday from Riverside
: Hospital In Mlsml where she underwent .
i an operation. .

i' -
.
Quest Sunday at the home of

IL Mr Mr. and and Mra.Mrs. J J. R.Leroy Byrum Williams were Consult us about your. fertilizer requirements .. 1 :

of MIami Miss Katie '
Peeplea,
l Mia Belief*"* Billiard, Pfe John for the ,earning-year. ;". :3
Presley and Hubert Smith Mrs
Williams is a slater of Mr, By. '
rum. Due to ,government 'regulation and short:( .


Saturday Unj. Fred from I Pollock Thonotaaassa returned, ages of several materials we will net: be abk to /;....;. :

,
where the visited for a week..with '

_ relatives. make ALL of our regular mixtures -'But' we \wMr l >

Mrs Clara Andrew of Wocato -
spent,Tuesday as a guest of tie AJU best frt Oiuajvlv WW-amble wbe't .:
: Mrs J. R. Byrum.MQr. will Bv P n"J ; !

I _
and Mra. J. A. Pollard '""; yeti will W1e

haw* Ml fo* flesh summer home
iii fospeftWTrun.I t

,

I Or.: ..*..... W. ...a6LASilI
Florida East Coast fertfliz'er Co.

.... . ..

.. ... ,,Teepio+te 1. Fr k.;... he. ,Nemt..le+....'hlo, ,

-... .. t. I

.. '.' . .* =- ,



t..l.i-.k .__ ._ ... .... . .,. '
/ "' : -
'I,, ':" L. ...",;: '-.,... .-'J'II": '. ....... :':.l..' 't.i .:.'. ;" """ '/S" "


University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs