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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: January 17, 1941
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Volume ID: VID00473
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U of F LIBRARY
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University:
THE HOMESTEAD
Galnr avlUt F1e.


Florida -Reiland' District

nearer Tabloid I LEADER-ENTERPRISE News Leader I

Weekly 181! I



VOL. XXIX-NO. 3 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA. JANUARY 17 1941 PRICE FIVE CENTS
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Aqueduct Engineers at Work Here







As Consultants to U. S. Navy




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To Clear Runway SectionOf NEW! YORK FIRM ASSOCIATED



I County, Airport at Once WITH MIAMI MAN WHO MADE



ORIGINAL PIPE LINE SURVEY
ARMY OBTAINS Tabloid Size Newspaper Preferred I


Tabloid half-sheet newspapers are popular with advertisingmen I FLORIDA CITY HAS.!(Study of Water Plant and
COST DATA ON it the opinions of members of the Pacific Coast Advertising : 1 Exploration of Area
Clubs' Association count for anything. At a recent get-
together of leading figures in advertising from Alaska to ,66 % GROWTH ;I Under Way
Mexico and a few from the East opinions were solicited ,
PREPARATIONEngineers and these experts favored the new format. When the opinionswere :HOMESTEAD 36% CITY MAY BE SOURCEOF
given by these leading figures, they drew nothing but KEY WEST WATER
applause.
I
Roy S. Kellog, Los Angeles, said this size was sweeping all Florida City had a population Increase -! "
Visit Tract in states in the Union. He said in Los Angeles, advertisers likedit I of slightly more than sixty-12-Inch Main to Carry
Rush to Start 300 I because it had been found that a quarter-page ad showed up six per cent between 1830 and 1,000,000 Gallons A "
Acre SectionMcMULLENTOLD better than a like site space In a standard sheet. 1940, while Homestead increased to
Lou Rose, president, Santa Barabara Club, said It was In only; 38 per cent according to Day Keys
WHY the forefront of a trend that U becoming Increasingly popular census figures released by the Headquarters were
across the continent; he also pointed out that advertising showedup ,United States Department of Com- established
WOODED SITE PICKED better because it had less to compete with. merce this week. In Homestead Tuesday by men
Easier-to-handle qualities of the tabloid appealed to Jack I The 1(40( census gives Homestead who will make preliminary surveys -
High; Elevation ana Low Courtenay, editor, Union Dealer News, Los Angels; he said a population of I.1M and and explorations for consulting
,Cost of DevelopmentExplained readers do not get lost, and in a larger page there la more tendency Florida City. 752. In 19JO Homestead engineers of the United .
1 to miss loins Important new) hidden In a crowd of items. had Mil inhabitants while
Linotype Maintainer.llarine Florida City had 452 States Navy In Its project to buildan
I' South Miami, only other municipality aqueduct from this area to Key
Following visits of Inspection by In South Dade, with a West. ,

Maj. A. B. McMullen, chief of Former General in Ethiopian population of 2,408, had a growthof In charge la H. J. Ralston, from I
nearly 108 cent its 1930( !
over
the airport section of C. A. A. and per the firm of Parsons, Kiupp,
the United States army engineersto I Army,Says 1896 Fate Faces Italians census Dade figure County,;1,160.has a populationof Brlnckerhoff & Douglas of New t I

Pine Island, site of the county I 267,738 as compared with 142- York City, who are associated a* :
consulting engineers I with El-
airport for construction of which A present lieutenant; In 'the U. 955 in 1930. Miami's population In j
T. Killam of
son Miami I, who made
ATTENDANCE CUT. S. Marine 1940( is reported as 172,172
government funds have been al- Corp who before International as the original survey for the Florida
lotted, it was announced this week complications set in against 110,637 In 1930, Keys :
AQueduct Commission.Mr.
I : .
that plans would be drawn immediately GAME PUT OFF AS was a general in the army of .
for the development of Halle Selassie, predicted at a meetIng -I'PARACHUTIST Ralston referred questioner j{
I TO to Mr. Klllam, who could not I
of the
Redland
runways on a JOO-acre section of District Lions +
the 660-acre tract FLU I HITSPUPILS Club Tuesday night that an uprising be reached yesterday althoughhe I 1
MaJ. McMullen made his visit to by the fierce tribes of Ethio- JUMP AT LOCAL will be down here today; It was
learned, however,
the prospective airport Friday In pia will drive the Italian from that examination I
company with A. R. Livingston, Thirty-seven pupils and three that country In "the very near of the municipal water plant ,
AIRPORT SUNDAYI of Homestead had been made and
civil engineer and secretary of theJUdland teachers of Homestead High School future.
District Chamber of Com- Any Italian soldiers who fail surveying exploration of possible .I
were absent from classes Wednesday I well locations to the ,
merce. He asked why a wooded to get away are In danger of A free exhi'biii; of parachute south had
tract had been selected as a site and Thursday on account of meeting the same fate that the. jumping will be given at the' been started The engineers are i
when there was so much cleared lines from influenza. More than Italian Invaders of IBM met when Homestead airport Sunday after- using the municipal plant more or
'(glade) land not far away. Mr. that number of pupil In the elementary pest number of them, trapped noon. less a* headquarter
Livingston explained that the level school were absent from b7 the Ethiopians were emasculated -I The jump will be made by R. A. The source of supply for the 12-
unwooded glade land is of low the lame cause, but no check had he said. [Seaboume processional parachutist Inch pipe-line which the navy will
elevation and subject to flooding! been made to ascertain the exact: The speaker was Lieut Earl from the Cub trainer plane construct at an estimated cost of
and would have to be filled In, number, Principal B. M. Hindman Roaiman of Miami who told of,owned by Carl Drawdy and A. D. (Continued on Page Three)
whereas the PIne Island tract has .aid, his extensive travels In Ethiopia,,Nlell of Homestead with Nkll at
feign elevation and will be less A. basketball game scheduled and other parts of Africa. WhileIn the controls. After the show, THE WEATHER
expensive to develop because of Its with Miami High School for last the country: of the "king of I I Niell who now holds a commercial -
solid rock foundation. The ease Tuesday night had to be postponed I kings", Lieut Rossman became pilot's license, will take passengers Oftlol.J .,auw rsort III 11oo a.--I
and dispatch with which: the tract because more than half the .quite intimate with Halle aloft at a nominal charge ire,, o.a ..."""., ._-. /lard6
could be cleared with tractors and members of the Homestead team (Contuibed on Page Sell.-j per hop. BM I....'....' aw. I ..!.
acarifyers: operated by experienced were down with the "flu." On the following Sunday, Jan Jan. 9. I 89 I 162 ;30.OSI 1.02
land preparation contractors was I While the epidemic I II' a mild j 27 the local aviators will bring Jan. 10( _. ._. I 164 I 148 :30.09|
described. Major McMullen left orm of influenza so far, it U takIng -, SINKHOLE FLORA Mike Murphy who won the Freddy Jan. 11_........ i i 67 21 13003
satisfied that the site was all that quite a few persons out of cir Lund Trophy at the Miami air Jan. JZ... I..9 35 ,
could be desired. I'culation for a few day. And Dr. I races to the Homestead field to put Jan. 13. _. I 177 37 130.09
On Wednesday A.G.Breteler and 'lames Archer Smith was reported AT PARK MARVEL on an acrobatic show, followed by Jan. 14 73 47 ,,3008!
(Continued on Page Two) I ill Jut night. plane ride J Jan. 15_ I 78 i i 47 29.911|


Dictated Amusement J TOCOLLECTORThe : A Little Bird ;

(Aa Editorial) botanist from states northof tJ 1
Florida is in a "strange world"among
In acting to cut in half the license fee of $100a the flora of Royal Palm I Told Us

day traveling shows the city council is takinga State Park, 11 miles southwest of .

step that is justified by both social and economic Homestead pays Charles C Dram,
state forester and research forester
: THAT'more than one in the area! affected
person
of Indiana for the put 27 .
I
facts.A $100-a-day license fee on traveling shows is years, who with Mrs. Deem Is I believes acceptance of the offer of right-of-

prohibitive and amounts to virtual dictation to residents making his first visit there to collect II way for an avenue paralleling the west side of the

of Homestead that the only amusement they which:specimens, with on for exception his herbarium, U the, F. E. C. tracks would be "half-a-loaf! that might

may have within the city limits is that which is largest private one la the United make possible getting the whole loaf-which is ex- I

provided by the one local moving picture housea State tension of Second, Fourth and Sixth streets across I

monopoly guaranteed to no other business in the see"It' and surely handle I* a greet the plants pleasure that to the Model Land Co. triangle.
e e e e e 4
: dty. most of us up north can only read
.. The hard-headed realists on the council point about or see only In conserva-: THAT Homestead's postmaster is putting offContinue
(Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Twelve) ( )


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Friday January 17. 1941
LEADER-ENTERPRISE ,
Paw Two THE HOMESTEAD _J5 I

US' force. Thus, It is rightly argued, the show Foes on,
INQUEST IN KEY LITTLE BIRD TOLD
"lured away" from town just the
_.........._n__....'...,.......,...., .-- the quarters are .
. but nothing goes int9 /municipal! till.
ACCIDENT TO BE (Continued from Page One) j'. i' same Permitted to show in the city, the show At ., \,
installation of his new store teeth until he has a new ,
tracts crowds from the outlying areas, many o
AT HOMESTEAD post) office to go with them. Homestead business
e a a e e whom may spend money at some

THAT the picture on the cover of a famous place before leaving.
An Inquest Into theo death cf i I As to the morals of) the "female entertainers"with
Harris LaRoM who WM fatally pink magazine's current issue is so hot that even a traveling tent shows:very often they are hard.
Injured when an automobile In former-and potential future-candidate for office :
which he was riding left the highway di dnot see or hear friends who greeted him as boiled; they have to be to keep the "tank town"Lotharios
at Key Largo Tuesday while distance. But the recently
at a respectful
he reclined In barber chair from the city
across
a
being pursued by Constable Cleve assertion that they "often continue
Johnson of Tavernier, will beheld hall. published
of their entertainment proclivities beyond the foot "
In Justice the PeaceS. e a a e e
L Kendrlck' court. LaRote lights and add to their income by personal 'Olltfirl'3
THAT if all the enrollees] in the U. S. Marine
died In James Archer Smith Hoapltil wholesale inr'ictment cf traveling
work' is a dastardly -
two hour after the accident. Corps were as good advertisements as the tall, would include L'r-
Setting of the time of the Inquest actresses that probatly ,
will await further communication strapping, decorated youth who visited his parents went only a little distance into the past, : rm o':
with Justice of the PeaceE. here over last week-end, that branch of the service the
the biggest mmes that are appearing on) moving
L. Lowe of Tavernier who has could dispense with its recruiting offices and substitute 1
set Tuesday. Jan 21, for a preliminary picture screen today. ,
hearing on a charge of more and longer. furloughs. Hay the vote be unanimous for the re-lure J
e a s e
manslaughter which he ordered license when the ordinance comes up fcr its fh-1:
placed against the driver of the who desert the home-owned .
THAT
car, Jack Boyer,professional stout patrons) reading Monday night.
flyer grocery to save a few pennies when things are "go

Boyer and a third occupant: of ing nicely", are burning their bridges to credit in
the car E. A. Sanderqulst, were case a freeze or drown-out creates a need to be
treated at James Archer Smith
Hospital and discharged Immedl. tided over a come-back period.DICTATED Phone 15 Free ,Delivery

ately. Sanderquut later was taken
to a Miami hospital when he developed AMUSEMENTContinued
symptoms of Internal In.
juries. [ from Pago'Ont) Hom"ESTEADGROCERY

The three men stopped at Justice to the fact that tent 'shows can-and do-show .
of the Peace Low.'. place at outside the city limits, and the citizens who like a
Tavernier Tuesday to ask about I
a plane that had made a forced little variety in their amusement 'attend in full j

landing In that neighborhood, .
and -
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all appeared more or leu under I. I
the Influence of liquor, It was said,
They said they were going to stop Outdoor Flood :
the car at the side of the road and I Light I
sleep off the effects of their cele
bration. But after they started off,' ROLL
they kept on a ilg-zag course
northward so Judge Lowe sent
Constable Johnson to overtake 52Triex BUTTER - lb. 36cf
them. Seeing Johnson giving chase
,
Boyer speeded the car and It soon
left the road while going at a terrific # 1 GOOD WESTERN
: rate of speed. 1 F.:!uol 7.00 roluel Rust pro
Constable4Joe Scarborough of obstruction! with beat re ROUND STEAK !lb. ZSc
Homestead said that from where suiting: glass! lens.Adjustable ,
the car left the road ts where it mounting bracket ao it con
turned over was a distance of 669 k fc* directed to any angle. CIRCLE (S)
feet. After LaRose't death at 4:13:
p. m. Tuesday a coroner's jury Im R.f. L4' ....411, tit t'
PICNIC! HAMS lb. 18c
panelled by Justice of the Peace ,
Ktndrlck viewed the body and the
scene of the accident and adjourned -
pending call. IRISH .
The victims were brought from i

Key The Largo accident by a happened Turner ambulance about I Electric Cable POTATOES, 10 Ik :ISc
,
half-mile north of Mnblt's Place
restaurant at Key Largo. The BABY
body of LaRose Is at Turner Funeral -. 222

brother Home who.pending will make arrival funeral of.,.1 j)I Irongementf LIMA BEANS, 3lbs. :19c '

per 100 H.
Actual 3.00 value I Non me-
Dr.Wade C.Smith to Give tallic aheathed. Two-wire, j JELL-O 3 pkgs. 19c
Illustrated Talk SundayDr. 14-gauge cable. Easy to
Install. Underwriter ap

Wade C. Smith of Staunton, proved.
Va, author lecturer and originator I Tuna Flakes, 2 cans Z5cMOTT'S
of "Little Jelti, a comic
sketch which appears weekly In House Wiring i 1 1p
the Sunday School Times will
speak In the Homestead Presbyterian ; Needs '
Church Sunday evening at Apple Sauce 3 cans 25c

7.30 o'clock.Dr. w COMR.CtOTw .......e*........... 4c ,
Smith will Illustrate his
talk here with chalk drawings of t : 3.... Outlet, bei.......-.10 PREMIER ECONOMY .

the' "Little Jet:.". Switch beg .??.....?...,..!4 1

While In this section Dr. Smith Receptacle ........,?......?.1 g, COFFEE lb. ':18c' "
,
will speak also it the Miami S..chPresbterl.n
Church and at the Toggle| }, switch ......_.......10'
Presbyterian conference which
will be held Monday In Shenan- You con get everything for i PREMIER .
. doah Presbyterian Church In Mia that wiring |Job at S.an- 1
mi. and pay less! Quality wiring '! Yellow Corn, Ig. can :lOc
e accessories that are) OB.
derwrit Approved.

AIRPORTContinued Cooking Oil, i/2 gal.can 43c

|-lb. roll friction tape, Ironing cord. , I9c j
( from Pace Oat) Pure Lard 4, Ib. can
T.K. Hodges of the army engineering I I lOe Silk lamp cord, 4 feet j ,.
offices came down, tired Mr.
Livingston accompanied them on i-lb. roll rubber tape, 5c
a tour of the airport alte. They lOc '
inquired M to costs of the 140- I Batfllite l i receptacle

acre were runway given the area names clearing of several and Plug fuses. .5,for 22c -plat . . II. .8cAt 'I GET YOUR STATE
-
land clearing contractors. I I
The clearing tt the runway sec Driver's License
Won will be followed at once 11'1, : .190,060 AJIrtie Yeast Sun Nail OrJn IkiItflffiKfiK \ ,' . ,.\
clearing o| the remainder of the 1

tract, the engineers said. They! I
were Interested la cost data on AT JUSTICE OF TilE'PEACE
sodding of the port.oni: that will j REI R S. : A N'D; M i 'OFFICE'J

.
not be developed It runway but IN HOMESTEAD
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writ be put Into grassed condition ;- I I I"I
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!Miami! Btcaja b.va" lUll te llth St.
that wtwM t'," tand- I "
p"ui'',, "I 0-on i flora Krarti C :I) le b. ); E t.rvlJr. ':3' /a 5:3)j Odd Fellows BMi. P-to form t a. m. t) I p. n>. '
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-- .. January 17, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan Three ,


SOUTH ,DADE AIR ]valleys"Among and the deserts.poor and uneducated : Report Any Suspected Fifth Columnist Rotarian Dade Changed Tour, of to South Jan.. 31

Ethiopians; the one man who;I Then Forget It Says Miami F. B. I. Head
RACE PREVENTED has done the most to educate and i I The annu.J'St'; ; ;toile motor
raise their standard of Dying la a cade c( Miami Rota llna and Ro
I former American, Dr. Larvle, who If you suspect anyone of being for the F. B. I. Then they get I tartans visiting. in Miami from
BY STRONG WIND was head of the American Mission a 'ff'h c.>lurnnUt," saboteur, or:mart law In a It-week training other cities, scheduled for next
School and Hospital. Dr. Larvle practice law before they qualify !Wednesday, Jan, 22. hill been
other ct the United States,
I renounced his American citizenship enemy I school, and must learn to shoot postponed to Friday Jan. 31. It
Half gale winds which' usheredin to become Halte SeIISII,'.:discharge your sense of patriotic every known type of gun. I was announced at this week's
; t
the cold map Thursday nightof I representative and so today is a1!duty by reporting him and his actions The F. B. I. Is pleased at the meeting of the Homestead Rotary
Jut week forced cancellation of 'man without a country. I predict : to the teaeral Bureau of prospect that It may soon have Club, which will be host to the I
the Gimbel South Dade Precision that more will be heard of 'Investigation -and after ,that forget I 12,000 men In the field-as compared sightseers at a luncheon In the
I him later \I about It. < with 28.009 operatives inEngland's chamber of commerce death\.1
Air Race In which ten teams of I Lieutenant Russmon conflicted a That U the admonition of PercyWiley Scotland Yard, Mr. building.
three planes each were to have question period at the close of his I special agent in charge of] Wiley said. -- i
bombed target at South Miami I I DIES OF HEART DISEASE
talk.On I II the Miami field office of the F B. The F. B. I. likes to have everything -
Perrlne, Princeton and Homesteadwith the entertainment programwas I. who was the speaker at the I reported, but it has to guard Funeral services for Angelo T.
flour bombs last Friday fore- I a vocal solo by Mrs. I. P. Mc- weekly I meeting of the Homestead against personal motives such asjealousy Porreca. 51, farmer of Florida .
Boon. Lean. |Rotary Club Wednesday noon. The I competitive City, who died of heart diseasein
animosityland
A telephone call made to the I Visitors to the club included:,jurisdiction of the Miami F. B .1. Kendall hospital Monday
other rivalries being -
as a
operations chief of the Miami air !Mrs. Maud E. Chandler of Goulds,I II |office extends from the northern influence the informant possible morning, will be held Saturday at
on
races to advise against any attempton I Mrs. Claud Allen of Redland..J. 0.:boundary of Florida to the Panama the speaker said. the grave aids in Palm Cemeteryat i
the part of the teams to land i Douglas and V. D. Wells of Homestead -II ] Canal Zont. Naranja with arrangements In
in three-abnast formation on the Ceo. Herget of New York, Don't do any talking about a An indication of how extensivefifth the charge of Turner Funeral
narrow runways of the Homesteadfield I Lion Roscoe Brunstetter of Coral'suspected penon before or after column effort are was liven ,Home.
in the face of the stiff crosswind I Cables and Lion James Scussell of!1 1'I reporting him to the F. B. I. Mr. by the speaker when be assuredhis
that had sprung up, reached 'Roanoke, Va. I Wiley said, because if he is Inno- audience that the G-men have i columnists In the country within
officials at Miami Just as they were 'I Two new members were intro I cent you will do him unjustified them under effective surveilanceand [48 hours if given a place big J I
about to call Homestead to say :duced. Wilson Lovell of Goulds 'damage and make embarrassmentand "could round up all the fifth enough to put them In." ,
that. the race had been cancelled. and Herman Heinlein of Redland. |i trouble for yourself, and If
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AH prospective entries had been he Is guilty It will warn him and ; }
light planes of the Cub class, and he will guard his movements and
-formation and bombing precision AQUEDUCTContinued prevent government agents from Brooker Lumber Co. Inc. t
would have been practically impossible tracing his orders to the men ,
in the strong winds pre -t higher up.-which la always the
v.Ulnl.ItwII pointed out. ( from Page One) object In espionage and fifth col- For Quality Lumber Call This Number I

Targets had been painted at $1.100.000 will be the Homestead umn eases. ..
landing fields In all four communities water plant, or a well in adjoining The president has placed the F. PAINTS TOOLS ,
to be bombed judges were area with a special pumping B. I. in charge of all espionagecases 62 DOOM
at their places and the Homestead plant constructed to force the ) Mr. Wiley said, and Its personnel HAKDVfARE SASH and
schools were about to be let out J.OOOOOO gallons dally on Its way has been increased by BOO F. II. A.LOANS A. B. C. LOANS
for the show when the cancellation to the keys. Booster pumps at men and another Increase of 700
notice was received by Ben Archer I Tavernier and Marathon would I men has been authorized. Al HOMESTEAD FLORIDA I
chairman of the Rotary Club com- keep the water moving on to Key ,'agents must have a degree In law II
.
,. , ,
mittee sponsoring, the Redlnnd District ,West I or must have been admitted tr " "" t "
participation I In the ---- --- ---- -- \
program I ---- - -
who with the aid of Carl Drawdy,
chairman of the Judging committeeat !

Homestead, and A. R. Living ,
ston, chamber of commerce representative i
relayed the notice as i .
quickly as possible to all communities I If Ir
and persons affected. I IMARINE"




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we Wore Selassie came Into t 18211

power, and the emperor tbduhll Ii
so much of him that he made hima I
general In the Ethiopian army. i
One of the things that won for
him the warm esteem of the
Ethiopian ruler and his court was I
a photograph which- Lieut. Ross-
man made of the monarch and I I Ib
other high dignitaries. It was
o\er-exposed and showed thoseIn
the picture as having very light "
complexions.
Selassie has never abdicated I
and as ,newspaper accounts re- r jh
cently have reported, it row in I -
Egypt planning the uprising which
will return him to his throne the
speaker, pointed out. Take a Good look ;
He spoke of the prlmltlchar-
-acter: ',of.Ethopla where w.ld lite
Oboundr and agriculture I Is carriedon I
much aa it was In Biblical

power times. for Oxen plowing.A and.women furnish I .at that price z ,r !:

feudal system exists or did I '
prior to the Italian invasion, I:
whereby the ruler of sections ..1 I
large as Florida was an absolute I ONLY, $23 MORE FOR AN I't.

monarch, made his own laws of EIGHT IN ANY MODELI +
"an eye for an eye and a tooth t.
for I tooth,". and enforced them I:
with his awn private al'll.ald I
Lieu Rossman.
"The people! of :Ethopla range J
from the slave or negroid type
to the educated type with small,J
/regular features," he said Many
of the latter speak excellent English
but they are In the minority
"Ethopla: 1* rich In gold! silver' i
and platinum and has grist agricultural ,
possibilities. There 1stUo
sufficient water power to''t I
. generate electricity and provide! -
. :=
irrigation The terrain includes
lowlands and mountains, verdart - Dt LXJM fTorpeJo" Six Two-Door Stdn $374* (white sidewall tint txtr*) a

,,-.,---, MANY PlOPtl flND it hard to Waal's snore,owners,dial..... Portia are i
I '" chat a sew Pontiac -mr ecooomkal k> opens If ...'.. planning cg
"Torpedo teats as link .a'* to any a mew at SOOT, be sure to CoasidM a
Tropical Cate dots. That Is .., to under Pontiac Torpedo.h's built right, sod priced
t t rand. P<*tiM looks like a lot ri.'CIO' give you tote for your SMMty.DtlhmJ .
.. r '- tf.. ,of Its 1INJTIGi I
< 3 oI"tDOHF.'J\itoI lunacy fisher body POIiITIAC. Plln' NIGIK AT ere fOil TKI DB
adds thai CMIi '
LOCATEDIN dctahety so pNII LWtg'roRPEDO ax NiSI Coups
NOW la reality,however,Pontiac prins are within .!Pieties Shot fa* >//( ./.f.;>-
Bach of any mew car barer. They begin at awns .amerces-.ern. Maw.>rt tt ctwaf*
THEHORNE fill and progress upward la Very easy auges. midst cabin rill US Mf WITH TMI LOW WCt

BLDG.

t PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

N. Kresoe Are.FlerMa. I

Heaseetead, I t BOCTH KfcOME AVENCEFridav PHONE HOMESTEAD: FLORIDA

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,...,...... ?riders an 11--..., P'Ia. Y 1
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BeN/NO "
Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick ,7WOS& I' from this all embracing Influent* ,'

In fur Australia, once, I read emanate the leaden, thinker and!
Of trees that shed their bark. wile men of a nation Under
I mulled o'er that phenomena parental guidance tolerance, char: '
By daylight and by dark.I actor of moral ideals are devel* I
thought each half, perhaps oped In each offspring \
would beAn To the outsider there it nothing

embryo canoe outstanding In. family circle, ,o
Which with seat and paddle added but to those members who live "
under the same roof and are S I
Would serve for me or you 010IN. thrown in contact with each other, ,fl

To wander up strange waterways r every trivial Incident of daily*
On explorative Jaunts (existence U of vital importance j
Fir back Into the hinter lands As in any average family theft ?
Where lie head hunters' haunts. w 111 i little plot In "The Family" by .Xj

Thru looking out from my front j Nina Fedorova but plenty of 'c* I
porch jtion with each individual deeply J
My eyes began to blinkI engrossed In solving his own par"1-
saw right there In my door yardI (Ucular problem.
( blush) what do you think It might be called the story of '|

A lice I'd watched from little on |,Ia "I.mil) of nations While ..,
An fleck by fleck each year the actual setting Is in the British 1
t i 1.1111 1 I
It shed 1U bark the miracle Concession in Tientsin in 1937 jj
Id rnlfted It was too near. x.qx..t the characters: include men and .f
TWMS ever thus for pastures women of different nationalities. '
green ryp' "The Family" consists of grand .''

The horizon we roam mother, mother, daughter, two ,_
Whrn we might delve In diamond r r nephews and a dog They are

fieldsIn Russian aristocratic exiles operating *
H"' .
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our back yard at home, a boarding house as a meant j
I &AJlJ:, iifi= fijrul of livelihood. One might almost "<

Well-Dressed Military say that the application of the
|Golden Rule runs through the

Men l- the right word-of IDle Now that -..."...-......"......".....-J story as these unfortunates take '

When honors for the best- CURRENT about half of France is German- under their roof the strange col
Children in CourtBy led Ion of other unfortunates.
controlled and your Uncle Samuel .
droned in I
the world
military men
wants a naval base in Martinique, J The author, Nina Fedorova, is
are awarded, the U .S. Marines I COMMENT he has waiting In Its harbors a Jxdfe Malcolm Hatneld !4' Russian refugee who fled from

should be somewhere near the top, battleship or two, "just In case." Jher( native country during the

If variety as well as snappy styles By AGNEW WELSH A Frenchman told a good story, INDIFFERENCE OF THE PUBLIC revolutl a. In private life she Is
are considered possibly with Mhls situation in i(Mrs Antonlna Rlasanovshy, the

such I III.... ".... .,. ...... ___ mind. He said a man went to a A survey of the causes of juvenile -{!wife of a brilliant, role..orI.I!
Three complete outfits with ..._ a.. ..." furrier and said h* could sell hint crime which was recently !(law. i11I

accessories as belts, gloves, leggings saw.nh M"kit ..!asr..t..a..... Add w,..a w.e4 sautes a good bear skin for five dollars made in a Juvenile court Indicates | '
and similar details are the i ...... t* A..... w.Yh. SIS M. L The furrier snapped at the bar I that in 1U effort to combat During the past several months
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foundation of a marine's wardrobe MI at Miami rueA gain and promptly paid. When h* the peril of juvenile delinquency,{I many books have been published

which Includes blue, forestry -j New York man who has made asked the seller when he could I this nation is confronted not with i I with their main theme, "democ
'bettln-oddt his life work says the deliver It the man said, "Well, the one problem, but with many, and!i racy." Yet Mortimer J. Adler
green and khaki uniforms. j 1 chances are good that Roosevelt|,skin la still on the bear yet and the''ithat these must be attacked from!I'author of "How to Read a Book,"
For the present there I 11 a dearth 11 will not only serve out the prest -beer la up In the mountains" Any various positions. The survey also!'!member of the University/ of ChK.Jcago

of blue uniforms due to the fact t'lent term but be elected to the I rights we acquire In the Island disclosed that the causes themselves -!/: staff and collaborator In the

that the Marine Corps has Increased fourth on*. may be another bear skin story vary, not only in different famed St. John's experiment, don
communities, but also in diversified -'not think that modern material
so fast that only a limited I A Gallup survey shows that but types of juvenile delinquents on this subject is the only source

number could be supplied. Meanwhile 41 per cent of those polled were in "Life," weekly pictorial maga- Another interesting fact of knowledge. He suggests that

they are being Issued only to I favor of admitting Hawaii to statehood zlne says the move on the political by the survey was that uncovered I works of Plato, Aristotle and Euclid

marines who go to sea and a few ; 23 per cent were positively checkerboard: indicate to It many experts on the subject a properly read, would do Amnlerica
other special detachments ,against and 89 per cent-.about the that Dewey will be the Republican advocating> their own much good by giving democracy
usual ratio-didn't know what party's candlda! In 1942 for methods for dealing with "a shot In the arm."
The blue uniform with Its brass they thought governor of New York, followedin youth .
ful Crime, so that It is difficultfor
buttons, yellow and scarlet trimmings 1944 by his nomination u theplJ'tJ'
a : parents and for the public to Theodore Dreiser will return to
and bronae cap or collar candidate tor .
*
ornaments 1. decidedly The 1940 federal census shows' president.If comprehend the problem In Its en print with "America Is Worth
popular
Sometimes ;white trousers, belts the following as the six ranking tirety. However, the survey Indicates )- Saving", a modern age book.
cities of the U. S. New York that the .
and caps are worn with the. blue : we were asked to name the major elementwl1ch I
blouse by way of contrast Chicago Philadelphia Detrett, Los' three outstanding women of this has contributed to youthful Recently Archibald MacLelsh
Soldiers of the sea also have a Angeles and Cleveland. land of the tree-your wile being delinquency Is the Indifference librarian of Congress declared

choice of nine hats el differentstvlea excluded, as a matter of modesty, at many parents and the public -I that this country la now virtually
and colors. These Include a Previous mention has been made you would have some job, would- at large. As long a* this situstion -iIndependent of Europe In all list
khaki, blue, green or white cap,hii of the declining birth-rate n"t you? The editor of a California prevails, there la little us I brary: resources. The rapid growth
with viaoiv a field or campaign U the U. a The census of 1930 women' magazine risked his life to formulate methods for 'of: library holdings throughout thecountry

hat._ green or khaki overseas cap(|showed aa average ef lour and on this selection: Deamia Durbin, juvenile crime, especially curln'l I has come about through
and a tropical sun helmet er steel'ntae-tenUw l persaus; per family actor; Dorothy Thoaapson, columnist difficult to gain public I the passing of private collections
helmet that of m., but three and eighttenths. ; Patty Berg, lOiter Belle and parental cooperation. I either through gift or purchase to

Naturally a marine does not South Atlantic states Benchley. director of a California Therefore, if the problem of Juvenile I public Institutions .
Choose for himself the style be, Billowed the highest-tew sad two- zoological garden; Edith GrahamKayo mme is to be successfully '
prefer to wear Such decisions tenths-amd el that area North widow ef Dr. Charles Mayo; dealt ,with, the public mutt be I .Somerset Maugham has com
_ are anode by the ewnmandtng officer Carolina tapped the list with four Carson McClure, author of The made to realize that only when 'pleted a new novel and has titledIt
of barracks ev eMaehmmt I sod one-twit.... to the family Heart U a Lonely Hunter"; public pinion I* aroused In support "Up at the Villa" It is being .
who prescribes the uniform of the! .. gia OtUete, artist; Deana 0--1'I of IN'IWntiveW'III, will placed on the spring list
day for the snen under his com I musical composer; Aurelia youthful and eventually adult
mend. WeU-lnflocmed dtpimatk circles nardt,. dean of a woman' crime be effectively checked.
regard the new Rmea-Germea Italy and German Oh no. W.
I pact M a "trade" whereby Germany -' I I are Christians and church members -
Prophetic words of I
German
poet a hundred years a great age*: : gets targe, quantities of I I FROM OUR MAIL BOX many of UI.nd; we are
"Christianity haa aosnebew softened much-needed war sMterbil in ex- pious, so pious that most of us I
the brutal German hart for change for abandonment el Gen enjoy our religion mostly by at.

battle but It cannot rest. It out; ,sra.y'e advance MB Bulgaria a AMEUCA-V REAL PEUL deport or Imprison them. ,tending church singing psalm
threat to Russia and another of I tunes and then going home a .
anal when.. that 1 1r
restraining However '
!talisman the Croat is Ms friends-Turkey, and the Sues Editor Leader-Enterprise: these are not the good dinner on Sunday ; Af
broken
,
canal. welL la time Susie greatest perils There la one still;] us don't attend school
snay Sunday
then shall we hear again the clank: The TJntted States la
I more potent and
seriously Insidious
find It I* not nit to flake k treaty than!I and bring In our children. Someof
of the savagery of the old warriors threatened by' attacks from 1.1t of the rest together. It Is one
with a man who regards solemn : us "send" our children. How
and mad ,beaerker fury el I across the Atlantic and the Pacific to which an oblivious
seem and
,
pact a* "a mere scrap of paper." In i I many of us consider It a duty totry
which the Nordic Des do so , attack by hordes of heathens yet it ls steadily gnawing at the
the end
) the "abandonment" I to
get the children of
much speak and .. . Then mayprove and Huns I vitals clirfriends
to be by sea and by air. We of our democracy and the and cods.:
a mere
posyeaeaaenRThere 1 ,, neighbors and
will the old steno gods ties .
up are able to withstand such Invas philosophy of the Christian religion Suit-: '
rubble. 1 I munity or farther, Into the
out of their They will ions. The government of the upon which our governmentIs '
day school?
of
rub the millenial dust out of their la a three-ring circus go-1 United States is gravely imperiledby 1 founded. This peril is all the How many us
bow down to God and Bun?
eyes, and Thor with hit hammer Ing mi Martinique that little) smouldering iatetnal tires el i deadlier because it U deep subtle How ? serve
will spring forth and shatter the French-owned Island of the Leeward Communism Fascism and Hitlerism and unseen. I I many
Gothic c.th.clral.-zx. i group, down In the Caribbean that would engulf the freedom I Democracy will die unless its
It Is in us
and ;
individually, we keeps its roots deep in religion
Sea. When
trouble came knock for which
our forefathers dont want to see nor fight It 1 and in spiritual soil. Democracy
Do right and tear no moll Ing at her door France sent there fought and
died. But then is We have rerntUen Ge4. We have!la built'on the Kingdom of Cod,
Don't write and fear no W0-. :for safe keeping between two and I Mt sufficient patriotism and desmocracy not dheeerded Go-ewiuaW
Him]which ,(s the country: countries.UContlaued. : .
Jnaq'-Ex. o II three hundred tons-yes, tons ls to recognize rebels and from ,our ,curriculum-tiot like!; on : .Five) j


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Friiav, January 17. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Five ;,

with establish TO per cent are in the country and., pare trIIOt-.t1ea4' church ,
of
Dr our democracy
Oregon, spent t few day !
mumllunlnIu nllp111nu nIIuinni s. S. Sheilda big cousin." (Florida The alarming fact is, that W small towns. i They are growing up to marry our ".
..> "land of.the free"' is to become extinct la some of the state a.111,11'a* son and daughter There 1* but
City"Glen it we do not repent reform :60 per cent do not attend any :single method. It I* to regularly ,
20 Years Ago] Summer cam home and return to first principle. I church or Sunday school When I visit theM outlying homes and I I
last Saturday to spend a couple of
these citizens mature, what kind !make friend of the parent, thus
." I Ptrhapa It la not too late yet.
week (Florida City) 'of safe anchorage for conscience finally Inducing them to attend
... ...............__1 We cannot hope to retrieve our I'and ,character, will they have :and. brine-their children. % .Tbi*,
Q111Ilg1111n11luIH lnlnllllllnlllV1r 'lost ground In one generation, but. What sort of neighbor, Jurymenand I:will require prayer self denial and
THE MAIL BOX at least make a beginning.Let
we
may Judge will they make consecration. Are you ready to
rra..Yy srr n..f
eve. make the with
err ,....sass. A.-emmememeo: us beginning to it? .\
w.Was .e w me.. I Let ua strain every nerve give
... our' boYI'n4 girls. Our
.MWa asw scow- priceless
.. w MM rierms Demme = ] (Continued From Page Four) future to in their hands. awaken a new Interest in the Sun HOLUSTER SAGE. c
red Oa If, _55.. aa-. nation's school for these little folk,
..........1 1N4 . >e, Kingdom.ofGod.s.aboye'!'U 1 If they sue trained'right .a\mm"1 day to make it doubly ..uNdLvt'an4 I Homestead Jam IS, 1941.

Js*.*VIM1. J nation and the. pattern or. theet ., ,.'will CiO'IUIItIeto.. alluring Let us make determine --... !
"A regular. .meeting \ of" the .b" Dunoerec'yS; tayi Dr powerful, UK-most useful nation A ed, 1IIIiW; concentrated effort !
ieho'Q. Salley Post'No. '43 was Slu'tL. I aU the world. As Hal Hendereon *'to draw tithe.future: men BROWN CON
has MM, "More important thin .
held. Wednesday evening to:'the Every Intelligent .perQiTom'\ : .: all of man', learning is his faith and this women organisation.into the"atmapher'eof Here they

town elected hall and for the the followingoficers coming Wises that dvillMtion beT' ions' In Cod". Are, o* children being learn Christian ethic and in many RefrlpratiOD'SerYlCe. ;

Lusts,' post commander year.Fred ; d since met tad pined the parting educated to haft"faith in God: Instances acquire- a new heart In
T. Fuchs Jr, vice post commander of the way*-passed" (, en the Let ua consider Our only nation' all event they derive -thange of I
*C.; E Cushman, pott adjutant; wrong road :departed:from common wide organisation that orally purpose and direction. I Electrical
teaches the tenet of the Bible to Let's net make the fatal mistakeof :
D:M. 'Bow; post finance officer semi/from Christian eonacUenoe Contracting
W. C Mead, post chaplain; T B and from Christian principles our youngsters if the Sunday sending our children, but go''
Rue, post historian B. L. Bigger, W* are on the road which school. How many of the men with them, thus proving to them
and women of the future are in our valuation of the Sunday CAPES BLPO.Jroll .
chairman of 'executive commit Italy and Russia and Germany
tee; I* A. Wise, J U. Free and took What used to be the good, the Sunday school An averageof school. I I STUD PHONIC IS4llllltlllllllllllMlllllllllllllllllllltllllllU
Dr. J A Smith were elected members old C S. A. Is far from the line 75 per cent of them are In the and now now to bring Into the
of the executive committee, of rectitude which the founders elementary; school Of these, some sacred place youngsters whose i
and Frank Rue and B. L. Biggen .
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revive Interest In and arrangingfor = =-
a Homestead fire department -- --
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-"E. A. Ennli reports that on --- ---
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Sunday afternoon there were people --- ---
called at his home from ten -
different states and Canada, and
there was no pie eating contest on I LET US PRINTPICKER'S I

either."A. .
.. R. Llvington returned
Monday from Jupiter and West
Palm Beach . ."
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'Or B. T Eckmalllllxpected
back this week from Covington,
Ky., where he performed several
major operation He will be accompanied YOUR
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by former Mayor I I
Prattler of Norwood, Onto.'I ."
A. Russell and two children
'of Augusta, Ga., and D. E.
Hackerand wife of Scranton, Pa, =
arrived last week . They are
friend*'of W. M. Brodie . ."
-"Mr*. Caspar William entertained .
at afternoon tea Tuesdayin
tenor of her mother, Mrs Stud, TICKETS
Who I la visiting her . ."
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-"W. M. Brodie has' sold ten c
acre of Redland to W T. Booneof
Missouri Mr. Boone was here
some yean ago and set out a
grove and it is his intention to
plant one on this property.arrived i
-Lester Lawrence who
last week from Georgia with his c I Ii
family la employed at the Homestead -

Bakery" WE USE TOUGH PRESS- = ;
-"Mrs. Catherine Wallam, .
daughter-in-law of M. P Wallam = = \
was operated on Tuesday at the
Homestead: hospital . ," I :
I BOARD STOCK THAT
A. C. Home and Joe Home
are expected back this week from =
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up the itate Lonny decided he _
wanted to do general farming in !
Alachua County but after he triedit . .. .IRON.. ; ', ...
out,he figured Homestead. suited !:,' : WEARS LIKE, .. '., .: ?.*.
Wm best""Mr . : .
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and Mrs. W. E. Steiagrtaber == = .>
and two children of Yellow - --
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Sunday for a visit with Mrs Stein
traeber father. B. A. Waldin." E = I

-Ira. W JT Carter ha returned -

DeLand from, the where M. 't the conferenceat attended PRICES REASONABLELEADER.ENTERPRISE i. ;

aa a lay delegate . ." ,
The bishop ha appointed -
Rev C. J. Hammitt a* pastor of
the White Stone Church andJUdlaad. I !
.'Brother Haomltt was arena- =.
Jemduto this conference and = t' ,
corner highly recommend. .*. =

-The ,Royal Palm Tracker,1 I 'r
Association will pack about 100 : ,
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crate this week and the u- '

stead Growers'AaeodatioB win. get : ',.. !ft ,' .!
about IM pecked up Price arej ." .. "
reported a* being very good,"Mt0.1 l ..
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sales being made in Chicago The
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a new crew, which-* wired te. '' I

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Page Six THE HOMESTEAD T EADER-ENTERPRISE Friday January 17. 194J y.

9. Staufer ofMlamf! Beseh'and-!week Visit' with "her- toiHn-bw'! 'catorvFi: M Korea ""

Mr and Mra. Louis and daughter Mr, and Mrs To )Ien' ;
.
mi. On Monday the entire-group Johnny Becker. AddreSs.

In and Around had lunch at the .Xaef add**t. Rev. .... Clllbi" 1;.
Dcsuvllle and Istt&alMnded the. MM. Mabel Walkup la in'at the The b.'J: "UIIUII1r\p .
I races at Hialeah. home of her daughter. Kin. Clyde last month returned from IS years'.
!Neill. I of service aa principal of a boys'1school
Homestead Mr. and Mn. Harry Schau- ( in Korea, will speak 'en***
berger' and daughter Betty \left I Mr. and Mn. W. H. Pollard and present day conditions In Korea-'
Tuesday for Valdosta, Ga, where Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Myers of at a supper meeting of the Prestoylerlan .
Mr. Schauberger will serve a.manaer .!Tevat are registered at the Palms Me..cIuIl..toGI/lh'-"U jfci ,
of a McCrory's atore. J. Hotel I the home of Coo M. FrIck. .. ",
Mb Laura L. Ewing of Topeka. iMn. Home visited relatives! In I '
I I Petersburg arrived I Mr.
D. Douglas of St. Cummings it a graduate
Kan.. and Mrs. I. C Rankin of ''Mlddleton. Va, and Mn. Skill off/I/*
the Mr. and Mn. Leo Arbogast of
Tuesday to manage Kentucky Wesleyan College ,
Baldwin, lun, sisters of the uu:'|visited her sister Mrs. James end'
Homestead Itore.FLORIDA. Parsons, W. Va.. Will arrive this Louisville Theological Seminary*. ,
H. H. Ewing and Mn. A. D. Porter White of Washington, whoac : .
week fot'Ilit with Mru Ida
: and he..1M holds degrees frolll: :,
.
of Boston arrived in Homestead accompanied; them to Homestead Arbogast.R. I. .
I Columbia University .V
this week to, visit ,with Mn. for a vlait of several weeks at the CITYBy - ''*

Ewing and her too, Charles. Skill home Mrs. TO. W. Seven L. Jenkins and family of I
(tented a demonstration of recelv-.
Murphey, N. C., whq arrived Friday .
Mn. Chaa. roster of Dallas, I Allen Huddleston of Bedford,I have rented! the J. A. Sever |hog a motion and an amendment 1
Texas la visiting with Mrs. L. H. Va. it visiting at the home of Mr. Mr. and Mn. Jack Freeman are I home on Palm avenue. for.the sea to the motion, and properly dis-
Hetherington at her horn on N. and Mrs. J. A. Pollard. announcing the birth of a six- son. posing of them by correct perlla-
,
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Krome road. pound daughter, Nlckoleen. In the mentary procedure. :
Jess Goasman underwent Tuesday Secretary Dean Sickle
an Kendall hospital Issued V4
I II Mn. John :teller and Mrs Hen-
Sam McKlnstry, former Home- operation Tuesday in the James membership cards to all' active jl :'
I Baum of Guttenburg N J
Stead farmer and paving contractor Archer Smith hospital. I Albert Troianl of Boston arrived ry members present:, George Win- "<
arrived here Sunday from Pa- I Sunday to spend the winter'arrived Tuesday.' gate Eugene Ingram, Reid Wy' ..;',
hoke to bring two truck-bids of Mn. W. Z. Bowen of Metter, In Florida City at the home of ,song,, H. A., Aman, Jr. AdolphLftper -" ,'
"plckeri" to C. E. Elchenbcrger Ga, arrived Wednesday to visit Mr and Mn Harry Cuchiella. Dr. G. O. Brewster of )\'...lIlnon ,- Earl: Wysong Charles Bth-'-7 "'
and other local growen.Mn. her sons and daugMen-ln-law, Mr. Troianl has for severallyears D. C. la spending two weeks rent, F. 'Co 'Stevens, Jf:. Phillip'->:\
:- I Mr. and Mn. T. T. Bowen 'and spent the season in Miami here. I Reams,. RaymondLee, Ballard I:
John T. Logan: of David- i Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Bowen and Beach, and while there last year (Lewis, Dean Sickle, J. L. King. Jr--'
son, N. C. baa arrived ,to spend :another son, Hugh. i iI {came to Florida City for a few Mn. Ceo. Davis who has been lathe Rex Seats, R.A. Bethea laU Leer 41'
a few months with her on and 'da,.. The result was that he de- Kendall hospital for treatment Rex Romtner and Donald Grater .;V
I daughter-in-law! Dr. and Mn. A. I Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Mock have as cided to spend this winter In "our returned to her home Monday. Membership cardtfor other active. '
M. Logan. guests Mr. Mock's mother and quaint and charming city." 'members will be issued later. ;?\

j brother lira. J. Mock and Douglas REDLAND F. F..A. Othen pl'elentvete Mr. Harry . ,
Mn. C: F. Cam ;;'rwood and Infant Mock of IndUntown I I Mr. and Mn. Fred Hoeltzer Of I IC. Reely who made a few appre."".,*J

I i aon,Jamei William. will be Jack St. Louis arrived Saturday for t By John Landnm, Reporter I elated remarks ;and 'two former '. .
returned to their home tomorrow Mr. and ) Oatlin art two-week stay at the Kuppertz members, Lewis Vrant and Willis sVick.
! from the James Archer Smith entertaining Mr. and Mn. Pat home on Tenth itreet.I The regular meeting; convenedat /
hospital. Kelly of Fox Lake, Win. and ton 7:30 p. m., Monday, Jan 13, . ,
I Norman.Mr. 7.1'-: : 1M1 in President
our chapter room. -
I I and
! Wm. Britton
____ Mr. and '
! Mr. and Mn. R. J. Elliott have H. A. Aman, Jr., presided.
Van Deu Heu- Shower Curtains
moved from an apartment In the and Mn. W. W. Bethea en- 'Mr, and Mn. Cris have rented the Committee reports and routine :'tI
I Home building into the 'Bradley eertalned over the week-end Mr. ivel of New York business were taken up and plant
apartment on N. E. Tenth street Bethea't brother-in-law and titter I!'Carroll cottage on South Broad- for our participation In both the I 5 Colon to Choose From

i Mr. and Mn. N. O. Hayes of I wa,. i iMn. I Redland District Fruit Festival I '
Mn. R. N. Hartman of Chicago Brooker, Fla. and the state fair at Tampa were $:I.95SMITHGRAVES
! Degler'is
li visiting her brother-in-law I and H. M. reported discussed. 1
I sister, Mr. and Mn Harold Shef- to be slowly recovering from her
Mr. and Mn. C. J. Parman haveas Last Friday our chapter mem-
field, and her mother, Mn Lucy recent operation.Mr. I
visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Vaynard ben prepared tome target pn the i
Hole of Florida City Mri. Hart- Collins of Toledo, Ohio. Princeton air-field for aerial target -
man, with her husband, pent ten and Mrs W. W. Severy and practice in bombing.
days in Cuba, before coming to Mn. J. R. Byrum and two of daughters, Mildred and Warrene,' Charles Behrens and a demonstration -I FURNITURE CO.
Florida City. Mr. Hartman left Catherine
Marjorie Lapham I
her children, Ruth and Homer, team of volunteers pre-t
for Chicago .nd'Mr. and
Saturday. Dixon of Homestead .
been this week.
have flu patients -- --
Mrs. E. W. Severy and daughter,
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Nell Petenon of Madison WU. Joan, of Miami enjoyed: a picnic !
la visiting his ton and daughter- Mn. A. L. Hutchinson of Mac-!I at Greynold's Park in Ojus Sun-
in-law, Mr\ and Mn. Walter Peterson Dill Field arrived Sunday to visit day. J fhe oils
of Goulds. her ...."'n" and sisters, lea,
I I Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Baker and Mr.i : oa
I I of ChristIan
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I The womanet1 Htlve
and Mn. J. A. Pollard. Capt. .
Mra. Ida
Elchenberger entertained
t I Service will hold a benefit .
Sunday, Mr. and Mn. Jack Hutchinson who spent seversldays ZiiiS
office Satur-
bake sale at the post abouf
here ordered to
was reportfor
Hanover and John McGee of Miami at 10 o'clock. ':'
day morning
duty In Baltimore.
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; Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Wynn Mn. Bertha L. Pets of West Mn. and Mrt. F. M. McBride of TRAVELIN
I and ton Brian were week-end Bauer drive Is entertaining this Dade City are spending a month ?
( guests of Mrs. Wynn'a parents, week. Mn. Edna Myen of New here improving their property on #
I Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Smith, In Hol London Conn., and Miss Anna Avenue B. SALESMAN
lywood.J. Cann of Woodstock. Vt. Other
I ____ guests of Mn. Pets over the wee,k- Mn. Salma Mattson returned to
T. Godwin baa been 111 this end were Mr. and Mn. Robert, Flamingo Monday after a three-
week.


Mra. Lewis Brandenburg H. L:1 .
Brandenburg and Arthur Brandenburg :
I left Tuesday for a visit with i
Your Have Any
relatives In Gay Ga. Does Carll


r Mr. and Mn. Carl Sheets arrived '

t last week from Marllngton W. Of These Faults !
I Va., to spend several weeks with
. Mr and Mrs. Burley Dendy. I

\ f fLacks I
I Mn. Frank L. Skill and Mrs ? I Ii oil
returned Sunday .
r Russell Horn II
f from a trip to Washington, D.C., I

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Hard to Start? :

i EXPERT I I Uses Too Much Gas?
Sample tee-way Fares .
Vibrates or runs rough? eHe travels I miles U a few al about
I .' I MIAMI .... IU net .< driving I mU. la Ua awn
BARBERING Sluggish and No Pep? JACKSONVILLE: 5.16 earl JUd. soars net D-k* antrM IM'-
w. PALM 8ltACli U' .4 aM rUm. k. has M toying stnla.twridav .
I TAMPA ..111 a. pnU- He eu atopwMwW
ORLANDO a K .*... a* wants without wasting
HAIRCUT 40c OCALA valuable Urn dae Glows always aa-
LAKELAND . : .: other has eating along sees, Issiaeaa4

SHAMPOO _. 40c Drive it Into our garage and have the engine GAINavILLM MET war . : sass spar Wk bevel, a become II* tram, a Amwio't plMmra. Next traveling trip:

MASSAGE 40e SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED with our new SUN ATLANTA IAYANJlAH . eal.... ___. -a< via florid now LUwafaewiortl

MOTOR TESTER and see' for yourself what is CINCINNATI : : I.M HOTEL REDLAND

needed to put it in first class operating condition. AUGUSTA . '.14 Flaglet Avenue . Phone 50'
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J..Q. ......._., ,{BANK! .VII.WINS MEDALS
4-H BoysBy Bank Byrum who joined the
r Jerk Kemp S. Marine Corps In July and It
; ,I Homestead High-Lights Ii .y\.........................,!..,..j ju. on guard duty ,at Quantlco
c Ofticers'of the recerfUy"organ- spent the week-end here with I
'. lied 4-H Boys' Club which met parcnU Mr. and Mrs. J. R.Byrum.
High I He now wear sharpshooter ; ,
Homeatead
In the
.Makes BACK TO SCHOOL .j H. IL Girls Monday and
Principal Wagner S. BeginBasketball (School ireEntcit Walters, president expert bayonet med.
U. II. S. Assembly 'TalkAssembly The town quiet seemed too. deserted and PracticeAt Louis Eunice, vice-president,.all

... Everything seemed gloomy and Virgil Radford, secretary; Noel
. program" this week: son of blue. the end of -this" Veek the Stcttani song leader. air Edward HINKMAN FUNERAL TODAY
t started with devotional services The. street didn't echo with girls' basketball season will start Little I* our club ipoiuor. ', Funeral services for Henry
t conducted "by Elbert Dolar. The bout* of Joy Miss Cook Is going to choose three After the pledge and roll call,I Uineman 62. Homestead farmer
. student body then sang "America From the happy little girl. and or four of the best'teams for hit we discussed old business and visited who died Wednesday In Kendall ...
t the BesutlfuL"' carefree boy. sport to go to Miami la February : the project of the members.j hospital after a brief Hires, will
.. OUt' guest speaker wit Carl The cheery whistle and strains of for Sport Day. be held this afternoon at t o'clorlc
I" Wagner principal Kedland( High 0 a.song, Miss Cook's tennis classes : des the tncrdy.and '".... .In Palm Cemetery; at Naranja. The
Wallweek
), School He gave a talk on="Howto Were to be forgotten . forgottenfor should have been concluded Uw txwedr. *MaM 'local Odd Fellows lodge will have
Treat Other People." long were delayed on account:Thursday aJrht hi Neva.I'P4".j charge of the services. Turner
The three rulefht""specified of the weather. |Cooper ull1ler1_ ' Funeral Home Is In charge of ar
I
t were: '. Mothers stood watching their Carroll Turner, an outstanding I and Me.
.. 1. Love' thy neIhbor.u'thy- children depart tennis instructor of Miami, is try'.
self. And knew of the fear that dweltin Ing hard to come down some time I rangements.3fean
. J. Treat people me-you-would each heart. soon to give us some helpful In-
have them treat you The first six weeks will not be so structlon in playing tennis.
; .. Be loyal to other people bid. -Helen Norman.A .
It was avery educational talk But later on exams will be had-
and It was a pleasure to-have Mr' As, -you, may; have guessed, byeducation's ; I new spelling chart/ with a picture -;i,
I Wagner as our guest speaker rule of Humpty Dumpty drawnon
. Elbert Dolar and Jamie Richards The children are all returning to I it has been placed on the buttetln -'
made announcement and school board. Each pupil is givenan I
I Clarice Dodaon played a'' piano Dorothy Moon. I eec with his name n.> it. if
I Guaranteed Used Cars
f. solo. I i be makes a Pe-ed-;: score his egg I
dismissedwith '
1 Assembly was
The pupils are working on a new Is placed on the wall. ; if he
r the singing" of "The Stat-Spangled unit "Colonial Life In America.: doesn't it is placed In the grassat 1940.. CHEVROLET FORDOR TRUNK SEDAN
Banner. : Mrs. Terburg gave the room a: the bottom of the wall -Blue finish; mechanically perfect; clean
i JUNIOR HIGH NEWS I treat Jait Friday of home made I Three new pupils have enrolled whistle.
cookies which were enjoyed: by; In Mrs. Birds room: Wade Hatcher -' as a
The seventh reading
grades
the King Arthur stories are, and the, i Walter Picketson and Elaine i, 1910 NASH COUPE-Grey finish; low mileage;
eighth grades, the story entitled 1 rau Mrs Trainman's room Is pret-: Hoover. j I perfect shape.
I. "A Man Without a Count"')'." I+ decorated with snowmen. Last In Mrs. Fificld's room on the
The seventh grade classes are' week the-pupils enjoyed doll week. border around the blackboard' 1910 PLYMOUTH COUPE-Black finish; steer-
being introduced to new sentence I The girls brought their new dolli. there are pictures of vegetablesand ing'column gearshift; sealed beam lamps.
structures and terms,such as. the and exhibited them. They welcome fruits. Beverly Howard and 1938 FORD FORDOR SEDAN-Green finish
predicate, nominative and the: two new pupils, Margie Jacqueline Beehe are new pupils. ;
appositlve. Fay Robertson from Grove Oak, Mr*. Wynn and pupils welcome| in nice shape.
Since the Christmas holiday I Ala, and Melvin Rowell from the a new pupil, Malcolm Rowell,I I I 1938 PONTIAC 6 FORDOR SEDAN-Black fin-
same place. Mrs Carter substituted from Alabama. Their blackboard
the ninth grade English classes
I ish good condition.
last Thunda ;
) border li decorated with good
are being given a thorough studyof .
the parts of speech and the J Mrs Ray and her pupils welcome citizenship pictures. 1937 FORD 60 SEDAN.
sentence elements. two new pupils Norma A row game, ccalkl, has been j] 1937 PLYMOUTH FORDOR SEDAN.
Hatcher from Knoxville, and Pauline
Mr. Hester's general science I bought for grammar school. Its
classes are- speedily coming in Smith from Csrrizo Springs, a suitable game because many)
contact with'new material relatingto i Texas. The pupils have started can play It. The fourth, fifth, '' Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest
odd. kinds of scientific fact new reading books and have and sixth grade boy are now enjoying .
"" taken up the study of clouds They
: It. |:
'Alda Connor Chevrolet Dealer on Florid East Coast
have also started their multiplication -Vara Rheney.
table. Effie Radford and Homestead Florida Telephone M

ELEMENTARY NEWS Stanley; Pacettl were absent last I READ THE WANT-ADS __
Miss Jackson and pupils welcome Friday. . n
two new pupils, Wayne Smith '
have made!
Mrs Hood pupil
from Texas and Jimmy Baker t
a northern scene of Eskimo men I
front Miami. They are also sorry
have also starteda
and deer. They
to lose Margaret Centanx who has !I
Mexican unit and are startingnew
moved to Kendall. During readIng -
notebooks. Gaynell
the pupils are divided Into spelling
and Donna Alderman are
turn sections fitting! each and section reading taking a circle its i new Rowell girl*. Let's All Get Behind
around the fire. Indian made of, Mrs Cooper and pupil welcome, ,
pupils: Jerry Cantrelle
four new
and clothespins with col-
paper Farrell Gibbons, and
Joe Lane
ored feathers decorate the
paper .
Germ Smith. The pupils are
sandbox.Barbara Ann Robertson from making Eskimo booklets and to This Slogan:

,Grove'Oak, Ala, Is a welcomed make the study more Interuun.1
making an ,
new pupil In Mrs Edwards' room are
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"Send Redland District Fruit in .
LEARN MORE I

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A NEW COURSE OFFEREDJ ): ter condition" .

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'. ,. '" If-you wish more salary pro\'e that 5'Quart '::1 '"11"\, ... jj. 1 o.j \'
,7,' Let's see that this fact "gets ;

worth more-you cannot expect much .
. } j :i:" :;: .* across" to the thousands who :, ,
:- A unless I yobs can do much. I 1 \ .. '""

i I .I, '" come to Miami this winter. "...t\.... .1 :

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'*, sitions'during holidajs. I 'f'll"'! '. M'Florida :
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See us !about that position. : I ,. FRANK B.RUE.MGR. '

: MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER

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ELINOR PAYNE. WEDS ARTHUR REAMS I rOOO SALE: TOMORROW [STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES .. .1
II'MISS TO BUT BAND FLAGA
BALTIMORE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: food and cake sal* will be r HOMESTED P. T. A. OF COUNCIL'S" WORK

held tomorrow in front of the

Mr. tad Mr. Arthur Arnold of Beta PI Theta and Pad Kappa! Dixie Drug Store by for Homestead Just what ''the student eouMilbvHomeetiad si .girts'to the1 Jusd* ted senior .

Reams al Washington D. C. win Phi bononrjt ftateiultiea, and High School Band Parents High SdI oHa.- big 1CbeeII. .- . .-

arritt Sunday to visit Mrs. Reams EisslJat et Delta, Delta,. Deltasonoatty. Association: to get funds lor buying ing Ms, efterts prscUoeAjAan* ,Inunttatxitiatt of school children'
mother. Ma.. A. A. Payne.' : Be- S band flag. Mrs. frank.. ocncy .was told to the UaaoestMd end'1IN-booI''CbiJdft1lt ...-sixaoseths'

fore. IMF maniac* Saturday; Mn. I Five yean an her family mov I Rue is) chairman.W. P. T. Wednesday af ternoen,.by 'of ago will begin-tax February >-.
.
Reams was ,Mb KUnor Shield e4 tram Panama. City to Homestead eevncU chairmen and the, oooneU ? Mn.: Jamc Msabttt an-
Payne,. popular Homestead girL when her father, the late 1 X. C. TO ADOPT"' sponsor E. B. Blackburn who la nounced. '

The marriage servic wets read A. A. Payne, becamepresident.of COO AT ORPHANAGE also P.T. A. program.chairman. Attendance prizes were won by
in Brown Memorial (Presbyter* the lint National Bank of Home. The Woman's Missionary Union Miss Jamie Richards, ..chairmanof : Mrs., ,WU.. Fifieldl room and -
Ian), Church fa Baltimore by Dr. stead. She! taught English and of the Flnt Baptist Church has"adopted" school beautification told of Mrs. J. R Rutland's room. Mrs.

Thomas Spices in the presence of dramatics in Redland High School, a twelve-year-old girl the PIJP a' petition U the, school M. F. White presided.UNIVERSITY .
a few clot relatives tad friends served as sponsor of the junior at the Baptist orphanage in Ar board for paint for the schoolrooms : -

The bride was gowned In ID class there, and helped to organize cadia. The society voted at its and lavatories, and of the CLUB TO HEAR:
aquamarine ensemble, and she the University Club la Home- meeting Wednesday afternoon In pupils' plan to do the painting PROFESSOR OF HISTORY
stead.This. the Sunday school building to hemselves. The beauUficatixxi
wore in orchid corsage. Dr. Robert McNichol, professor
year she has been attending provide for the clothing and personal plan,, she said, includes beautification of Latin-American history at the
After the ceremony i wedding needs of the child ..nd0
George Washington University of the high school patio by University of Miami, will be guest
reception WM held at the home send her birthday and Christmas
in
Washington where she is working the seniors. speaker at a dinner of
of Mr. and Mn. Lee Hooper in gifts The child will be selected meeting
for a master's degree Miss Hilda Dodson told how all the University Club
Washington.The The bridegroom was graduatedfrom I I by the home in Arcadia. high school rooms now unite In slag evening at the Bamboo Wednesday Tavern
bride attended the Florida George Washington University Mn J. T. Martin of Circle One salute on the grounds each
State College for Women In Talla- where he was a member of presented a program consisting of Friday morning
basses and took an active part in Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity four talks Mn. Julia Polk Harry Martin, fire drill chair- CHAIRMEN APPOINTED
college life from the time the entered He If now connected with the Guy- spoke on 'Urgency of the Gospel", man snd president of the Junior FOR BAitS DANCE
She was a member of the Curran Co. In Washington.After Mn T. D. Pich, on "Personal class, told of improved fire drill Chairmen for the barn dance
freshman commission, chairmanof Feb. 1, Mr, and Mrs Evangelism"; Mn Martin on methods now employed by both which will be given by the JuniorWoman's
the junior mlnitrtli, business Reams will reside In Washington "Streamlined' World"; and Mrs high school and elementary school I Club of Homestead on
manager of the Distaff member i at 1741 Lanier Place, N. W. I Frank Irwin, on "Some of the In the monthly fire drill. Feb. 8 In the Chamber of Commerce
Ways We Tarry In Prayer"Circle Lester Archer handbook building, were appointed
: MISS ALTA VANN ELECTED PRESIDENT 'Two will have charge of man, told of the "Green and1 Monday at a meeting of the executive -
Cb.lr-I committee with Mrs. E.: A,
I I the program for the meeting on
Guide" which is now being
OF BAPTIST GOOD LUNCHEON CLUB
WILL I Feb. 12, it was_announcedIFUSBTTERIAV piled. It will contain school: dance.Buchanan, general chairman of the

-- I songs and yells as well as a history
Music for both and
The Good Will Luncheon Club, will be hostesses. I AUXILIARY of the school and histories of square
round dancing will be furnished
recently formed as a part of the I Present at the meeting were: PLANS ALL DAr MEETINGThe all the school: organizations.Fred .
by Sam Fife and his string orchestra.
missionary society: of the First Mrs. Wayne) Adams, Mrs. D H. Woman's Auxiliary of the Hobart told of the forty- Dancing will begin at 9*
Baptist Church of Homestead, 1 Dellinger, Jr, Mrs Lyman Williamson homestead Presbyterian Church five minute assembly program o'clock.

completed its organization r.t a Mn. Grennell, Misses will bold an all-day meeting next planned and given by the students Chairmen are: Mn T; J. Walker .
meeting at the home of J.! Alta and Ellen Vann, Miss Eve- Thursday at the home of Mrs. A. each Tuesday at 10:30 o'clock. refreshments Mn. Augustus
Lee Smith Thursday when Mrs.I lyee Dellinger, Mrs. Cash and F. Darling the society decided at ;
Other Ite1'lll'mentioned by Mr. Wynn, advertising; Mrs. Harold
Smith and Mrs Ground Cash Mn. Smith. a meeting Jan. 9 at the home of
I Blackburn were the student council Oxford, decorations; Mrs. Ansel
hostesses. I I Mn. Geo M. Frick.
were BOX SUFFER TO BE HELD The bulletin board, the, yell con. Barrow, pictures for advcrttslngr
members will review
Miss Alta Vann la president of a
WEDNESDAY IN RED1AND est, the committee to welcome the and Mrs. James' L. Bird, publicity.
the club; Mn.. Whitney Beam, home and foreign mission study
The Redland P. T. A. will sponsor incoming seventh grade and the
Mrs. Brown book. A covered dish luncheonwill
vice-president; Harry ,
a box supper Wednesday night solving of the rush-to-lunch prob- Mn. Alex Hemmlngs CtC: uld.'
Jr. secretary;. Mrs. Robert Cass- be a feature of the day.
ube, treasurer; and Mrs. Virgil at S o'clock in the gymnasium to Mrs. Geo. E. Dill had charge of Ilem.I and Mn. Maud E.: Chandler will
help raise funds for the athletic I The memben voted unanlmous- entertain the Homestead Art Clubat
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Crennell, Jr.. and Mn. Cash, the devotional part of the pro-
gram chairmen. JII'O-I department of the school. [rsm. ;I ly to ask that elective courses In the home of the former on Friday

The club will meet on the IT ATTENDED wl:'".. C 8. Present were: Mrs. J. A. Ricks, Ilex hygiene be given boys as well Dec. 24.

I ond Tuesday each month and a ,'MEETING IN MIAMITwentyseven Mn. T. L. Hodges, Mn Frank G.
I program will be presented duringthe members of the I Hathaway, Mn A. F. Arthur Mn.

meal, it was decided. Silver Palm, Homestead and Red- J. M. Holferty, Mrs Paul Haley,
Mn. Qrennell and Mrs. Cash I I land branches of the Woman's Society ,Un. C. Ben Plummer Mrs R. C.

presented a program on "Stream of Christian Service attended Jackson Mn W. H. Owens, Mn
lined World". district S. F. Matthews Mrs Geo. D.

The next meeting will be held White Temple a In Miami meeting Monday..I Huehle, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson,
at the home of Miss Alta Vann.I Those attending from Mrs. Dill, Mrs. Darling and Mrs

and Miss Vann and Mrs. Crennell Palm were: Mn. Maud !:. Chandler Frick.

Mrs. H. A. Ekber,. Mrs. R. W.
f PIONEER GUILD HAS Ptothero, Mn. Harley R. Core, W. W. F. C. PLANS DIXIE DRUG
LUNCHEON MEETING Mrs. Alva H. Crouse. Mrs. Carl TO SERVE: SUPPER

t The Pioneer Guild voted at its Wagner, Mrs R. H. Holmes, Mrs The W. W F. C. class of the JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSON .
meeting Jan. 0 at the home of Mn Chas. A. Lair, Mrs. Leonard Goff Florida City Community Church Homestead, Fla.' Phones II and lilt

L. H. Heatherlngton to send five and Mr*. Wm. Dunlop. was at entertained the home of Thursday Mrs. Rudolph evening O) sear., we ...'!iae-ya rts "mnliM4iM-euMflil' taut vies peeleek
Those attending from Home-
dollars to Boy's Town, nondenominational Mattson, by Mn. Mattson and tWfk HMM' srlMS peal .er*. .*.. Mine ef <*.- HWMM _
stead were: Mrs. Dan Williams, .
covered dish luncheon home tor boys.served A Mrs. Ceo. Ranson, Mn. J. E. Davis, Mrs. Clyde NieU.' + e ,Ift." TUfs t. easied.ase with ew policy .. |M* yw ....
was Plans made for (awed palm ,...We I.e Met tegywgtr Newi,.
Present were Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Mrs. O. L. Showalter, Mn. J. A. I were a benefit
Jr. Mn. Thomas Brewer, Mrs. McNWU, Mn. B. M. Hindmaa, supper to be held Jan. SI.
J. I. Elder Mn. Fred Breagel of Mrs. J. W. English: Mrs. J. A. Hot spiced grape juice and coffee Aex>fme Ski it- Soap SCOUT Spread light

South Miami, Mrs. Harry Schau Daughterly, Mn. J. D. Redd, Mn were served. ....tl ul. .thloe.
berger, Mn H. P. Slaton, Mrs. J. P. Anderson Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg Those present were: Mrs. W. E. ..... .... 'I.. "*
James Pritchard of Miami' Mrs. and Mrs. J. J. Richards Rowell], Mrs. Roy Chandler, Mrs. .... .... .. ....... .ro wee led watt.s.1 .
Fred Kosel of South Miami and Mrs. A. M. Vivien, Mrs. Ceo. E. Selma Mattson, Mrs Margaret aea.ae.. Is.NwishirNrwd 49tI
Mrs. Heatherington. Deuet, Mrs. M. M. Ramsey and Kennedy, Mn. Charles B. Clinton,I Crew rte ausi stoat e.4 Ste...,.
+ _The next meeting will be held Mn. Anna Meesersmith attended Mrs. Johnny Becker, Norma Becker I I

Feb. < at the home of Mrs. Phtch- from RedlandPULLOWSHIP ,' Mrs. Raymond Hartsock and
Mn. Harold Rohrer.6M.1'. Ramer
ard' in Miami.CLBB CLASS sodgvet ElfCTRfXWITHOUf VAPORIZER
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TO MAKIOU9I CITES rARTT SOAP As -.t WTS ...
r MARaUDtaVGarde The Wesley Fellowship Class of y41. oer1M/.a? pee. ; ise.1'. ..... 114tet..
the Homestead Methodist Church
and house markers will >
& j19s
enjoyed a party In the> Sunday
be made by members of the school building Tuesday eveningat .. Two lte p host . te00uet
Princeton Home Demonstration .
which Mn. L. C. Dodd Spark- .
dub at a work meeting to be held I

a Mrs.Tuesday Russell afternoon Kamms. the home of weer'man Mica Holding hostess Mary and and McNeUI hosts.WuTard won Norman the I, (., first 4i "REELROLL": << COUqN4

Reports -Eating for Health"and ,
on -
-Food and Nutrition". ware poise in a guessing contest Various :> use. el eiae ;.eIl.L Be .

given by Miss Eunice Orady games were played.- 1110 ..w.ease at Ile ieelp.. 29 .,,,
Oyster stew and tomato Juice '
county home demonstration agent, I I wrL'.A. = lase s4.. -
and Mrs John Julian at the January were served.Present Mr. I I .. tAnNTIO Cumit cot tII, ;'lID
and Mrs
were:
Friday t =-ef:1 'ACICAM. ,. ....... -
meeting of the club, held Dave Williams, Mr. and Mrs. : : . -.

at the home of Mrs.. Olin Ed Dodd, Mrs. OllA Wright, Mn.I I fro..M r s..ehed ..;, t7oo4a APIOOUCf
wards. Lloyd Field, Misses Helen and 'I !( eo.rastali.l .
: Announcement was made that I'ai
AntiosKttt More. Miss MaybolkGibbs ,i A&,lura
the next business meeting will beheld Miss Helen Field. Mies Mo-: Vd
at the home of Mrs Julian Neffl. Donald Cross, Robert Cart 'd m u"'

on Feb. 14. Willard Norman and Rperkmas
Mrs. Edwards served fruit cake, Holdmc i ABCaEGB- ;

cheese crackers, tee and coffee. I | :
Present at the meeting were: r.u.......... 40. N yea are ".Hut so er4Mi..4 ..
I IGLASSES .... wives ..... .... .
.. Mrs. Ben I.toaar4JI i1il """- w_ "ell west --. Bar w aC "'j
Mrs CI. Behrens sew..1 Y, ,, A C .
e a 0 I (
Bitting, Mrs. A. W. ItcVlcker, I 7 I ALKE'SBCAUTVPARLOR f Jf l4MW .*4=lk Mw *i.<44 wow .. Sxr as1..dit... (Q'

Mrs J. L. Murray Mn. WalterPeterson . No pre llrsu.ae.ernom" : c 4W0 6" Jr- ."--loot -1etIweIy .c..L...
Mrs. Roy Wiitenwykr. sad Roompoag of r AMOK Ie 6"i. _
Mrs. Ray Schneider, Miss Jean I 311. B. -'i: 1514Abe.

,CcMren, Miss.Grady and Mew, LW c-t:. >wols < Ata ova ... PIENAMINS'29
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''[MRS.. CARRIE McCULLOUGH INSTALLEDNOBLE Dobbin ....Ralph Desmond Mrs.
John Rohrer, Mrs. R. J. Shepherd,
I GRAND OF LOCAL REBEKAH LODGE I Mn. H. r. Potter Mrs. a. a .

Zlnker, Mrs. John Frohock of Mi

I Social Events .1'I Mrs. Carrie McCullough was i Coral Rebekah Lodge ol Coconut ami. Mien Estelle Turner Mrs.
Mrs. Pierce and Mrs.
Feaster
I stalled hpble: grand of L GroveThe Installing officers: Jackson. J'
1a.1 were: Mn. Ethel Vandecar'grand
Rebekah Lodge by Mrs. E. S.
marshal; Mrs. Rachael Witt, grandwarden
!linger of Homestead, district ; Mrs. Cora Russell, grand NAZARENE: SOCIETY
PROGRAM GIVEN BY MEN ONLY Monday night lathe Mrs. Alma ,
VARIED i uty president. chaplain; Koppell BEADS MISSION BOOK <" v
AT MEETING OF MONDAY MUSIC CLUBA 1. 0. O. F. baaOther grand recording, secretary: ; Mrs. The Missionary<< : Society of the ,
officers installed Were Martha Cntckenoo, financial sec Homestead Church ef the Naur -
Mrs. W. D. Mahan, past noble retary. ...... Minnie King grand ene met Friday: morning for studyof
.. pI"OII'pre mted by rtrl- violin sales by Roy Nelson "Fair I IB grand; Mrs. J. F. Cornell, vice- treasurer Mn. Edith Brand, the took'"tadla's Open Door".
ous men of community WM amario.". by Krelater. and; grand; Mrs. A. W. Jones chaplain) grand Inside gnanttaa; tin. Daisy Mn If. L. Chamber, the president.
given at a meeting of the Monday: Spanish Dance," ly Rehfeld, accompanied -'I Dr. Irene Shanklln, warden; Jin. Chrolniter, grand outside guardIan presided. Mn. Sweating Conducted ,
Music Club this week at the by Dr. Carl F Robinson R a Seattle, conductor; Mrs. R. ; and Mrs. Barbara Hendry,i the devotional period
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. ; Lyon brothers quartet. "Sun W. Mullins, left supporter to the grand musician Escort were: A covered dish luncheon wa ,
Lehman when husband of the 'set," by Vanderwater. "The Love noble grand; "'rs. James Me-, Mrs. Harriett Tallman, Mrs I served In the parsonage.
(
members were guests. Mrs. H. K. I Symphony", by Frank Dan roach, Cready: right supporter to the Louise Andrews, Mn. Bertha Terry .* 1MX
Foulk, Mrs. Herman Marks, Mr, ,and "When Love It Young." vice-grand; Mrs. O. C. Radford.left Mrs. Mamie Carlson and Mrs. -
E. H. Collier and Mrs. Lehman The numbers were- announced supporter to the vice-grand;', Camber, all of Coconut Grove.,| AND MRS. CROWSO* *
were hostesses. Mrs. J. D. Redd, 'by: Mrs. Foulk program chairman. anet F. J. Cornell, outside guardian. Mrs. Anne Brain of Coconut Grove ENTERTAIN FOB VISITOR
president, welcomed the guests. 'I Present at the meeting were: Mn. R. O. Moon right supporter!, was soloist Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Crowaon of s<
The program consisted of: piano Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rutland, Mr. to the noble-grand, and Mrs. Mollie Mrs. Mahan was presented witha Florida City entertained Tuesday >
solos by C. Hagler Rice, "Rhapso and Mrs. Sam J. Davis Mr. and Wingate, Inside guardian will past noble grand'i pin, and she night for Mr. and Mrs. Harry
dy" by: Liszt and "Etude In G Mrs. W. R. Bird), Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. be 'Installed at a later date. presented gifts to her officers. Cuchlella's house guests tin.
Flat," by Chopin; vocal solos by: J.Q. M. Prick, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vann, Mrs. Caphnger was assisted In 1 1t The lodge presented gifts to the Gladys; C Stephens of Lexington
Caldwell, "In the Garden of Mr and Mrs. W. E. Rheney Dr. Installing officers by members of' Installing officers. KyN and Albert Trolanl of Boston.
My: Heart" and "My Garden," by: I and Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mr. and;t Other guests present were: Mr.
Mana Zucca, with piano accom- Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr and Mrs. [kumquat chips rice candy orange CHVRCII and Mrs. Cuchk-lla, Mr. anti ),In.
pinlment by Mrs. Clarence Gray; IJ. E. Elder, Mr. and Mrs. Julian I:juice, tangerines and ,kumquats TO COSSTRl'1 Edmund J. Budd of Frankfort. Ky: .
Mr. and Mn. Frank Petrow of
:H. Webster Mr. and Mrs. R. E, served, and balloons were
were E. L. ,
|Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mills Miami and Thomas Crowton.
CLfB WILL BE fa
CHORAL given as von. building fund for the First BaP-
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RE-ORGANIZED MONDAYThe I Mr. and Mrs. Foulk Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Scott talked on the customs tist Church of Homestead, announced
Choral Club of the Monday 'Rice, Dr and Mn. Robinson Mr. of China. at a supper meeting of,FRIENDS HONOR
Music Club will hold a meetingIn I and Mrs. Gray, Mr. and Mn. Col- After the dinner, organization the officers and teachers of the MRS. GEORGE DAVIS
Neva King Cooper School auditorium Ilier Mr. and Mn. Lehman Mrs.I plans were explained by: Wm. T. church, Monday night, that the I. Mrs. Clyde Nielt and Miss Louise
at 3.IS: o'clock Monday to loeo. N. Wakefield, Mrs. Paul Reynolds McConnell Jr., who will have I I steel girders for the church will I Booker of Florida City: entertained
organize for the coming year announces I Mn. C. H. Steffanl Mrs. charge of the club. arrive next week and constructionof I' Thursday afternoon for II"
Mrs. J. D. Redd, president Lewis Brandenburg. Mrs. Henry I Boys attending were: Charles the church will be resumed. George Davis
of the Monday Music Club iL. Brandenburg Mrs. Lonnie L. Martin Bill Melton Talbert New I I Cookies and hot coffee Were
Hood, Mn. A. M. Logan, Mrs. The group decided to suspend
II I ton, Virgil Radford, Junior Pope served.
iJohh G. Logan Mrs. B vo Webb meetings for two or three months I
I Victor Morris Charles Stevens I The guests Included: lire
Mrs. Orlando Wollam, Mrs. Don since of the members are
many:
Mrs. Mary Whitchard Mn. A. W. Billy and Richard Scott. Irving Mrs. Johnny Becker, Mrs. Charles
Talbott Butt Mrs. Roy: Hauser will Hutchinson, Mn Lloyd Delta unable to attend during the winter
Melton. Ralph Lads, Bobby DelU,:I I B. Clinton, Mrs. Lester Walkup,
be hostesses at a meeting of the Mrs. Floy Watson Mn. J. W. Jack Morris, Harry: Eads and Russell season. I Mn. J. Scott Caves, Mrs. Spur-
Cleaners' class at the home of Mrs English Mn. E. H. OalJah r, Mrs.B. Horne Jr. I geon Davis, Mn. Margaret Kennedy
Talbott, Tuesday: Deo. 28, at 3 E. Gatlin, Mrs. T. J. Faust, Mrs. I W. S. C. S. GROUPS HEAR Mn. John Rohrer, Mrs.
o'clock. Cash of Miami, Hiss Bertha Nill MARILYN BETHCA HONORED i DISTRICT OFFICERS TALK Roy Chandler. Mrs. Anthony: Cueclardo -

Hausman Miss Esther Swanson, ON EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY i Members of Redland, Florida Mrs. Salms Mattaon' Mrs.
The Calendar Roy Nelson and Don, Virgil, Har- Marilyn Bethea was given a City and Sliver Palm divisions of Rudolph Mattson, Mrs. W. E. Row
old and Irving Lyon I birthday: party Friday: afternoon I the Woman's Society for Christian I, ell and Miss Grade Tortlse. .

b1 her mother Mrs. W. W. Bethea, Service met Jan. 8 in Redland I! "
Jan 17-Meeting of Homestead RAIN OB SHINE CLUB at their home to Princeton. I Community: Church to hear district HOMESTEAD CIRCLESTO
Home Demonstration Club In Future HONORS MRS. HACKLEB I Geraldine Douberly won tint j officers speak on the ideals i MEET TUESDAY .
Firmer clubhouse.Jan. Mrs. Helen Hackler was honor prize and Jackie Sapos, second and purposes of the newly organized The re-divided circles of the
IT-Meeting of Redland ed on her birthday: anniversary, I prize in a contest, and various society. I Woman's Society: of Christian Ser- ,,
Home Demonstration Club In Red- Jan. (, with a Rain or Shine Club games were played. Mrs. J. F. Feaster of Miami district vice of the Homestead Methodist I
land Church, at 1:30 o'clock. I I luncheon and handkerchief shower -f Cake and Ice .cream were president, explained the work, Church will meet Tuesday after
Jin. 17-Meeting of Ad Astra served and Mrs. A. R.'
given by Mrs. Julian H. Webster of the society noon.
Chapter, O. E. S. I at her home on Krome ave I Other guests were: Mary: Janice Pierce of Miami, district secretary: ,', The Marian Fleitas Circle will ,
Jan. 18-Food tale of Home- nue. J(Lee, Don Cooper Jr. Doris COM- told of the organization plan. meet with Mrs. J. D. Redd. The
stead Band Parents Association in I Coven were laid for: Mrs. C. J. man Paul Lott, Helen Joy: Bryant: The Redland society will elect circle of which Mrs Lewis Brandenburg -
front of Dixie Drug. 'I Parman, Mrs. Vaynard Collins of Betty: Gossman, Jacqueline Ever- officers at a luncheon meetingJan. I Is leader will meet at the 1\
Jan. 20-a P. W. C. meetingat 'Toledo, Mn. Lee H. Lehman, Mn. ett, Charles Bounds, Ray: Rivers, 29 at the home of Mrs. Fritz parsonage, and the circle of which
Bamboo Tavern at 12 o'clock: 1:Carl Deden Mn. Jessie L Faithof Luke Benson Sarah Rogers, Julia I Jackson. Mrs. Dan Williams is leader will .
Jan. 20-Social meeting of Miami, Mrs. Fred Redd. Mrs. Mae Taylor Robert Black, James Present were: the Rev and Mrs. meet at Mrs. Williams' home. Both
Homestead Junior Woman' Club ';Frank B. Rue, Mrs. W. E. Rheney: Baxley: David Jensen, Geraldine W. E. Rowell), Mrs. Ceo. E. Deuel, circles will select names Tuesday.The : .!
at Tropical Cafe. I Mn. T. J. Faust Mn. Heckler and Lewis, Bruce Bitting, Walter Mrs. Thomas Brewer Mrs. A. M. Jennie LobdeU Circle will
Jan. 21-Meeting of the Red. ;Mrs. Webster. Yates, Lee Fennell Doris Bitting, Vivien Mrs. J. D. Wysong, Mrs. meet on Jan. 27. :
land Woman's Club. I[ Ann Hathaway: Myra Jane Bashor,I M. M.. Ramsey, Mrs. Frank W, ,
Jan. 21-Work meeting of Marline Lewis Novella Davis, i
CHINESE DINNER Stillman Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Sr. For results use Leader-
Princeton Home Demonstration IS GIVEN FOR BOYS Johnny: Ellis, Terry Ellis, Ray: Mrs Geo. W Turner Jr., Mrs I
Club at home of Mrs. Russell A Chinese dinner was given for Davis, George Sprinkle and David I Anna Messenmlth, Mrs. J. M Enterprise Classified Ads .

Hamms. the boys of the Sunday _
Jan. 21-Meeting of W. S. C. S. I school junior department of the First I Lee.Grownup guests were Mrs.i ,
circles. Church of Homestead Newton Davis and Mrs. Roy: Wit-
Jan. 22-Dade County Federationof Baptist tenwrler.I : I i
Wednesday evening In the Sun-
i
Women's Clubs meeting in I I
day: school building as the opening
Homestead Methodist Church at II
JUNIOR CLUB TO MEET
feature of an evening devoted to I ANNOUNCEMENTDR.
10 a. m. Luncheon- Chamberof I AT TROPICAL CAFE
explaining the work of the Royal I
Commerce building.Jan. I I Ambassadors popularly called the The social meeting of the Junior
23 Dinner meeting of University 'R. A. Woman's Club of Homestead
Club Jit the Bamboo Tav. I will be held Monday evening at
W. M. U. Circle Four, which
ern.Jan. 1 I sponsors the R. A., gave the din- the Tropical Cafe at S o'clock.I R. J. ELLIOTT !
22-Redland P. T. A. box I ner. Mn. J Lawrence Scott was ,Anyone who cannot attend is ask .
supper at S o'clock In gymnasium. ',in charge, and she was assistedby ed to notify: one of the hostesses, '
Jan. 23-.AH day: meeting of,I Mrs. J. Tom Vann and Mrs. Mrs. James L. Bird, Mrs. Augustus CHIROPRACTOR
Presbyterian Auxiliary at the:I Frank Irwin. I Wynn or Mrs. Edwin McGar- ..
home of Mrs. A. F. Darling.Jan. I Chop sues, colt slaw, candy rah by noon on Saturday.
24.-Meeting of Homestead]I HAS MOVED :
Art Club at home of Mrs. Alex
Hemmln 'I
Jan. 28 of Gleaners at l'I !
-Meeting hia offices from his .
home of Mrs. Don Talbott 'i

Redland Jan. 2S-2 Home-Work Demonstration meetings of I TIE't-WIdtUIIG former location in *.'-. .

Club In Redland Church at 1:301: I
.
o'clock each day.: the Home Bldg. ,.
Jan 2 -Election meeting of 1 TIM .

Redland W. S .C. S at home of Mn. '. TO :'
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fritz Jackson. >
Jan. 2B-Offlclal visit of grand WOO m .' . t 1

matron to Ad Astra Chapter of I I Rooms 15 -n- I
O. E.S.: I 'Things stay fresh in i !I .
Jan. 31-Benefit supper of W. I
W. F C. In Florida City.: an automatic elec- Arcade a
I McCrory ; i ;
Feb. 3-Junior Woman's Club trio refrigerator.Youcan :

business meeting at S p. m. I take advantage Homestead FJa. Phone 3SJHOVRSr : "" ... j
s Feb. :S-V. W. A. meeting. ,
of weak end specialsto .
4 W M '. "t .. t
I Feb. -Meeting-of < If. ., I
circles. stock up on meatil ._ Ih. ,
Feb. -Meeting tot*Homestead I I' and .g.tabl..u i t Jt te It; t .. 4:Je 4 toTassaUn '..r

P. T. A. executive committee. I and there's no dan.. .. -. M la 12; 1 U t JlSiadays I
Feb. S-Meeting of Legion ; a 1 1j.
enly.I
oi spoilage. -by appointment
" fllinr: in Legion hall at I p. ger :
Feb. (-Pioneer Guild AWI'I I .

in at Miami.home of Mrs. James I j.eN j.I; ,

Feb. Junior Woman's. Club
'. barn dance in Chamber of Commerce c ,
building.


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'Wednwa/y! flight we bade borne
f DORA SCOTT and ILA ,JEAN! ,|.""" Editor" .1. tme *:Jt, ?P><* de .Leon that *i- tk a, 10M v

proved very \ especiallyin
the last hat Ponce finally

Rival Teams to Parade SCHOOL TAKES IP MABCIIIVG overcame us with the score 2833. RENTFOR MISCELLANEOUS

Play in Homestead Monday morning the elementary RENT-3 rooms, modern S.
classes Joined us in our weekly MISS DELANEY VISITS CLfB/ L. West Roberta road, 1st house LOANS
end flag ceremonies. Mr. Wagner; suggested LOANS TO BUILD
MODERNIZE
on right north of Avocado
locking forward to our The Ctub
4-H
that each class In the schoolbe held Its semimonthly -\ drive. (p24) REPAIR Residential, Grove
line with Homestead Friday given I period for marching meeting Tuesday afternoon . and Business Property

Bight In Homestead's gymnasium practice under the supervision of during the seventh period' FUR SALEFOR From $30 to $5.00o-trom 6 mo. to

Ad to the parade that afternoon Mr. Trotter, one of our teachers, Miss Delaney, former home economics S years. e

IrT Homestead. Both schools will and with the help of the school teacher at Redland who li : SALE-7-room house on No Down Payment-No Red Tape

Mrtlcipatt In thus parade toprouse band. These marching periods are now assistant couty home demon, more than acre of ground fronting SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

interest and enthusiasm. helpful In "waking up" a few of stration agent, visited the mat ISO feet on South Krome $200 for 36 mo.-Repay $8.39 mo.

the languid members of the student ing. Miss Delaney spoke to the;, Ave. (Oversea Highway), 14) $SOO for 36 mo.-Repay $1S.(7 mo.

Rcdland Will Furnish body. girls about keeping their record I feet on S. W. 8th St. (Homestead $1,500 for 60 no.-Repay 132.SO

Federation Souvenirs books, and gave out leaflet on I -Florida City boundary line)

I Latin Club Prepares raising chickens. ; and 150 feet on S. W. hat Ter.I mo.Ask for fREE Estimates

Carolyn Game, membership race. Comprises six Iota with
!IlaIP commercial Without Obligation
Sullivan our Exhibit for Festival
chairman, gave a short program two vacant strategic I
corners LOANS
teacher took the delegates! from ; can be secured to Mod-nl-
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our Student Council to the month- of pertaining to membership ex. all lots connected with city vat : Ize and Repair LEASED OR
Latin
The Club school
our pansion. er and sewer mains home has
Miami Edison j ; MORTGAGED Property.We .
ly'-county meeting at -
met Thursday night at the homeof
modern plumbing and electrical I
also have F.H.A. LOANS for
afternoon. These delegates
Monday one of the members, Dora Scott. SEW I
STUDENTS
fixtures
included Mary EneMar.- ESTE1I screened porch and New Homes, payable monthly
After the business meeting, Miss eastern to
exposure: prevailing
(writ Lewis Lois Vrana, WandaSickle Shirley Harknest, sponsor, con- We are"ery glad to see so breezes. over 20-25 years.
Bargain for cash. W.
Let
and Dora Scott. Reports many new students at Redland us supply your BUILDING
ducted
a qulzz program. The mem-
B. Myrlck 621 S. Krome Axe
Vere given at the meeting by the bers worked most of the evening after the Christmas holidays. Hi : Homestead, Fla. (PJ 17)), NEEDS. Prompt Service

Various committees working on decorating the- walls of a miniature ram and Eloise Alderznan have en- BROOKER LUMBER CO.-

be annual state convention that is Roman home they are build-!railed I In the ninth and tenth] I$10. down and $10. monthly fulljirlcro250. ;; l Phone (2 Homestead ins

to:I>e held In Miami this spring. ing and furnloting'for display. In1 I II I grades, re pectl\ely,''Leonard '.Dait %! . bays J acres on west

Ifur. school has charge of sou- the Fruit Festhal.Refreshments ' :'i \'\ entered the eleventh graderbfldi; ride Rlcfifird road COO-ft. north WANTED .

rnilri and after much discussion were enjoyed after Emmltt Etheridge from DeLand of Mowry drive. It. & N. Llchtrnberg -

they decided to leave the price of I this work. ;I i L'hal! enrolled In the sophomore Congress Building. I tUTORING WANTED blih

these trinkets entirely up to us. Those present were: Mary Lois|I j I class. Emmitt plays a bass horn Miami school and grade school subjects

[JBlds: by various people to fur- Durrett, Mary Jane Turner Alice i! and we were really glad when he I Mrs 1!. J. Armstrong A. B,
nigh! stationery for the federation i entered the band.Rcdhnd III FOR SALE Used
i Wysong, Mary Engel Marjorie I oil and electric I, riummer drive and Country
read and explained by the Lewis Coleen I stoves Smith-Graves Furniture
McVicker Susan
fere i H"O"'0"0"" "" """ "'""''''' Club road.
chairman of the committee for that Pope, Wanda Sickle, Dorothy I Girl ScoutsBy Co. (d3tf) "
Afttr we voted to accept i
purpose. Behrens Jewel Hodge Gertrud
CLEAN RAGS WANTED WIL
of thee bids, much discussion Rosemary Burk. Scribe: 1 EXCELLENT PURCHASE New
oat Qdom, Dora Scott and Miss Hark- I exchange subscription or advtv.
followed about the name of our 1H' 8-room home with 2'; acres
be the ness. i ; Home never occupied; bath, tiling for clean rags. Leader-
organization to placed on I The Redland Girl Scouts met in
stationery. All ofthe delegateswere Redland School auditorium. 'l'he' toilet electric light! reduced to I Enterprise

not !in favor of using the Class Enters National motion was seconded and moved 1600. Terms l,000 cash balance NOTI1'8 I" \'PI.ITIO"t'OIl

ntun* specified In our constitution I V. F. W. Essay Contest that some different badges shouldbe $129 per year for 9 years, TAX liltED
Interest 6%: No roaches, termites Chapter I7U7-A. of Itli
could not ve amended I no
and this
ordered for the troop. File A4aoeNdke
without a written notice two weeks ',! Members of the senior government I i A group of the scouts will workon no bed bugs. Better act It heffio., .In. that Falls. E.! .'la"",.
quick H. A. Cameron, Home holder of SUM and County T. ContfboMIII
in advance. The group finally decided class have entered an essay; the foot traveler's badge and auks kneed the I.h day of Jove. A. Il
: to put the favorite flame on contest sponsored by the Ladies' first aid badge. Several girls dem- stead. Phone 72. (d6tf) III*, kai filed. ,ion. In my. off..... and .kM
mad appih' In foe n Ul lived to ko M-
the. stationery and later amend Auxiliary of the Veteran of For-1 I onstrated some first aid bandages. CHRISTMAS VINE rued IkrroDa Bald Cvrtlfkalo omkromtUM
the i constitution to correspondwith sign Wars It U a national as well: plants and fnllnwlnv rtrarrlkrd. pniorrty '1n D..
The diirercnt girls working on. young tropical a'mond trees j County of I>.d.. State or Florida. twit
this name. as a state contest. The subject this badges are: minstrel. RoromryHennlngton for rale. Aim cuttings of Lot 10. II..II I. 1.0 J..,. VIII.. aR.ub
Is Dade purple P .t ltoot 19. P., 49. In 'N
tThe name chosen County year Is "One Nation Indivisible ,
and Kathleen Wagner bougalnvlllea. Mrs. N. (essay of bid, Bl.i. o( Florida.
Federation of Student Councils |I I The main purpose of this con- ; foot traveler's. Grace Burry Ball, 13 N. E. Eighth St The aMmmnil. of Mid property ..*,
Dade ,the ald ....".-... | tko ".
The present name is CountyCouncil I test Is to Inspire the citizens of and Evelyn Gossman; gardening' , G'I Frank Thayer NH...was. o MIM

of Senior High. School || tomorrow the children of today Grace Burry and Charlotte Mur- ABOUT 10-room Lnlm; mid ....III..... hall .. rrdn-mi.I
a house .
Government !i with real appreciation of their privileges Nice..live to law the property domibidthrreln
ray; Interior decorator, Kathleen throulhout, bath, toilet! \' will b< weld to the klikrit III....' '
The meeting was adjourned] as Americans The essays Campbell. .t tko Court kmiM *... on the fist N."-
for
md everyone enjoyed refreshments are to be between 500 and: 1,030 electricity but not den tko month of Ffknianr lal', woks
cafe-1!I' Rosemary Henmngton read several nice lawn, big barn connectcd'i I to tko Srd day ..( Fobrunrr. 1041.
in the Miami Edison words In length and they are to' letters of Jutlirtte Low to floor Dated this Silk day of n.-ml t. 14*.
terta. I i be Judged on literary constructlo"1.Interpretatl..e ., tome pumping ; E. B LEATHERMAt:
the Girl Scouts of America and also\ about six acres old grapefruit | < Irrk of Circuit Lnrl..
views and !
i patriotic
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( I Didt County, rim%
a favorite: poem of Jul ette Low 2 acres seedling avocados .
CIRLS i Inspiration. j ICIrouit Court flNUIIIK
PRESENT PROGRAM Rosemary also showed many Interesting 2 acres cleared. Priced $3.500.i or N. C. s........ D. .
On eacn manuscript there must ,J.n. t. I" 17. II 1..11
Girl Scout pictures. Maka me an offer Owned byan
seventh had
;.t-The grade girls ,
; be a declaration signed by the contestant -
estate. H. A. Cameron
charge of the assembly program teacher f Kathleen Wagner gave a short or APPLICATION I
end the
which
; Home.i.. Phone 72. (16tf '
>d. )
talk i H>H TAX DEED
on badges.Refreshments :
last
The devotions
Friday morning ,
states that this" essay is of thecontestant's Ch.plft 'ITItT A'ta of IN*
wert led by Verdi Gossman I were served with Fllr A-4fill '
own authorship.: SALE Good electric . .r.k, that II.* Ion... i
Barbara Jean Graft danced! 'FOR used I Nnt"" U h shorn
tap Rosemary Hennlngton and Kath- .. T.I ferilfl
In addition to cash p.izesI holder of R. Mid County
and Mr. Caldwell a member of leen Wagner as hostesses. stove, cheap. Virgil Lyon .... No. HI4. l..,*d ,the lib day of '.. '
I awarded by the national: organization (n9-tf) A. D. 11117 h. Old. Mnw In ny ,.,1..., ;
our faculty, sang "In the Garden I there will be first and second '. The. meeting was closed with and kai made oppll.rtipe| f. a lo> d..J 1
o J Tomorrow" and "You're th* One the of no tuunl .'........ Sad!' rortlfk-au imbni I
awards to the winners in' Dad singing taps. i .
." Edith j tARE TROPICAL PLANTS for tko following dnrrll.< pmorrlr In IS.County I
Hampton
3'I of Dado. Stale of ""rkI.. .....11.
I County. The Ladies' Auxiliary of. Present were: Melba Collins,
Ituon, and Melba Coins, three sal cheap. Mrs. H. H. Ewing Tract S. Am.l. flit of Illrd Rl I
seventh "God Bleu the V. F. W.: rave conducted five Peggy O'Brien Marie Rogers: 1) N. E. 8h..t,, Homestead F. ...... .... a. Plat Ibiok SS ..... III, .
graders sang j essay contests In previous yean Kathryn Levy Kathleen 'Wagner, ; oontalnlw. UR ..... owen or .... !.
America".and the whole assembly (alOtf). tko Counlr ot Dodo. Mlnw of Florkla.Tko .
and they have proved to be a great Rosemary Burk, Rosemary Hennlngton aimrmrnt ..f old pruoortir vt&wtko
Joined in the chorus. The Rev.
on inspiration to all who vtere associated Evelyn Gossman Grace / mid ortKlnto va In tko Same. >X
George E. Deuel poke to us about: :)IL AND BOTTLE GAS stoves T. (I. MondrokallUnloot '
with them. It is a truly constructive Charlotte Murray, Sarah .......
Burry, fr"' S: up'irgi Lyon. mid oortlfkaW. kail ko .ft.4oorardlna
The Compelllnr Urge. The program and patriotic endeavor Vihlen Elivirla Burry, Mrs. A. U ; n *. lo.... tn. .niKirt, do.."/...1 '
ended with all of us llnln. (s27tf) tkoroln will ko mold to Uo klihnl, IIh.".-, ..
I
I
the students
and develops in Campbell and Myrtle Kerfoot. ,..
fiat Mood
d the
t. tko Court "kowo on
a few of our favorite songs.lf realization the freedom our bill -L--____ In tko month of .......h. IHI, vkkk lo the
I FOR SALE -Ti epical plants, citrus Srd day of Marsh, l and constitution give us.
of rights .
live ana tropic/ fruit itteaton. this Ian day of .n. ". 19,1.
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MUSIC NEWS : t. H LKATHEltHANI
Jungle Grove RedlatM of CI.....' Can
I.The Band Parents' Association j INSPECT JELLIES NEWT. Gt BALL Out County FlorWiCircuit
baa road and Plummet drive. Court .....l!.
met twice la .the past two; The Redland Horn Demonstration -
lip 1>1. C. 'T RRETT. P C
peeks to discuss problems' of our: Club made jellies in the home NOTARY PUBLIC TK COUNTY Jl'IKil'f vot'e?. DAD (Jan. IT. 14. I'. rW 5. ltllDR.M.A.BERGEII
band and ways of making money e-xinomlc kitchens Monday one< COtNTY. FLORIDA.
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for much needed music and hornt. Tuesday.The girls went over and N*. IMSS
Ret Estate ., ..Ioft B. Tower. nuriMidKOTICK i
The band has been looking over looked at the various tropical Jellies Fire Insurance and : OS INTENTION TO MARE: AP.fLICATlON ,!
flew music ,that it is to play in the I, 'after the meeting. Those present FOR FINAL DIKUARCCNotio
j. .. .
b kmkr -*v Hurt I tax riMmr
county music festival the spring.i! were:, Edith Hampton Melba IindredLines final rrpon and vMltton t.. Flail
;. Our gleeclubs are stngingi;Collins! Kathleen Campbell Alice D:.. .... u UKutrti of the MlaW <* Dentist'I
..
John a. T. 4wM 4l and that M the
some of their old songs for pleasure -;'White, B-rthea, Mae Flag, Rose Uth day ml F_..,.. loll I will apply to

while they are waiting for,.Marie Craft,. Lois Odom Alice SS N. Reams Ave. Ik* Honorable W. t. Bint**. County lain., Office Hours 8:30-4tfO .
H Dud CwMr, FlorliU. for appeal
fee music that they are to sing in i{Wysong. Charlotte Eaton and the 0114 final report and f.r final dl :hara.,
the County Music Festival to ar-r leoder; Miss Hauimsn. m ._ul.11 at Uw MUU ol Join 0. Tower, First National Bank i

rive. I de-al"This 5.4 der vi I......,.. 1671.

'I .i l>a>. I. II, II, 14, 1.t.:1: D. TOWEl. BuildingOpen I

Townsend Crusader Due 'THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS Erenlnra br' Arpolatmrnt :

.;.. Here For Talk Sunday! READ THE WANT-ADS ..-
: tin coma to your home every day through :i
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1
t.A crowding -speaker for tile 1! THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORAn .

Townsend: plan. described ai al] leis edies.l Dw/y NeriiaM
..... .. ACETYLENE WELDING
II sear,for m dig world.tioao.ttaaMtUft rk Mooltot
'second Billy Sunday". will sp-i 1 Hoot to* on** otlow W ....tI..: Hltlior don 1\-known, was,
litar in Legion Park Sunday ati t i M>to*__, with MGM revive krbwvAao"oamo -
80 p. m. under the a plceII.otl&bt f IuoII..01'" as. Wtll Meg"" 88GU916 \ .Brand New Outfit

Horn stead :Tov.-nsend Club ': ,
t.\[ F. >>Mathews president., an-? *&?== .tS? SSSSSlooM = .. All iVcrk Guaranteed ,

oounctd this, week. I I eta st* MoMtXIM k> The Ckftatlu ReHo 4J Monitor IN PHONE 661-R [rSAW'S

Ii According to advance literature,' frSS SUM Moniki MM I moollii U: J month St MWnlnojdlf 1
(HO*,taokdun ktosnUM Setae I M S MVM .18tII. k
the theme of the :?ket Is: GARAGE

'* let's abolish unemployment ..

led poverty and pension all our UdnII SASh: ALEXANDER: Prep. t
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prop's! r' U yet cf lie on a piyo'J'O "- -/I"lir..ll"--"
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p .. Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 17, 1941


TOO CAGE GAMES] ; Tragedy and Comedy to Be PresentedBy SINKHOLE FLORAContinued In"You a hammock may find and a plant then tree find sire it

I clinging to the side of a link-hole
I SLATED AT LOCAL II. H. S. Dramatics Class Thursday"Submerged" ( from Page One) a mere shrub. The p!.... you
I tones," he Mid In M Interview find about sink-holes are a con
a one-act tragedythe linked last weekend after a week at the stant marvel; how did they get
Young People
. GYM NEXT WEEKThe first tragedy to be staged park M a guest of Royal Palm I there and how do they exist la
by the Homestead High School To Service TonightA Lodge which ii under the management my opinion every student of plant
dramatics department-will be *f Park Warden E. J:.Atkia- life should have at least a few
special service for young people and Mrs. Atkinson. days' experience studying plant
Growers of Homestead High presented Thursday evening at I, l IIOD
are slated to meet Andrew Jackson o'clock In the Neva King Cooper win be conducted this eveningat 1 Mr. Deam knows plant lID this area. This Is the only place
of Miami Tuesday night and School auditorium by an all-boy the Homestead Church of God I He hat written a book on trees for where he can find what is found
Redland High School Friday night cast by the Rev. J. Leetollins, noted I the state of Indiana, one 01 I here"Mr.
-both basketball game to be To balance the program, ")laid Tennessee evangelist who I II holdIng shrubs of Indiana, one on grassesof Deam, who sine his retirement -
played la the Homestead gym. Service", a one-act comedy by an services in the church. All that state and he recently finished I from active service as Indiana -
Failure to make free throws all-girl cast will follow the a "Flora of Indiana', containing forester, has devoted all his
when the opportunities were given tragedy. 1,231 pages. time to the study of wild plants,
again cost Homestead High School Pupils below the seventh grade "We find the flora of Royal said that during his stay at Royal
a basketball game when it lost will not be permitted to see the Palm Park intensely Intending Palm State Park he has found in
to Miami Beach Friday night at tragedy. because It Is entirely different flower more than etvt hundred
from the flora further north", said plants which he had never seep
the Beach by a score of J3-3Z Profits from the play will be
At no time In the game was used for new plays, out-of-town the botanist. "I know Indians before."I .
there a difference of more than debates .and school beautification plants, but the plants here are all i I advise anyone who wishes a
four points between the two teams, work. new to me and I am In s strange I botanical feast to spend some time
and the lead changed hands at The action in "Submerged' takes world. One constantly marvels to I at .Royal Palm State Park" said
see plants growing on the brinkof he. "Here, at Royal Palm Park
least I
ten time James Sullivan ws place in a compartment of a submarine -
for Homestead "caverns", or sink-holes, which Inn, one can live In comfort yes,
high player with 13 at the bottom of the sea
abound in this whole No I should luxury Mr. and lira.
and area. I say
point Ralph Dtlllnger wassecond during the First World War. Thescenery l
with 11. Both of them was made by the class one not familiar with it can Atkinson are cultured people ant
played 32 minutes of basketball.The and special lighting equipment imagine the sink-bole country. It extremely hospitable. Everythingabout
must be to be the inn is
seen appreciated, Immaculatelyclean
game scheduled with Miami presented to the school by the
and the more you traverse It, the and the meals are most excellent
School for
High Tuesday night Class of 1940 will be used.
greater the marvel and the food well selected."
this week was postponed became In the cast are: Lester Archer
nearly half of Homestead's players who plays the part of the commander
were Incapacitated by flu. of the submarine; J. T.
Godwin, a lover; Archer Dodson, EDWARD STRING
Cold Snap Does Crops a dreamer; Elbert Dolor, a coward I
; Joe Byrum, I cockney Englishman
More Good Than DamageThe ; and Fred Fuchs, a bully.In .
,.,......
"Maid Service" Yvonne Pollard -- I REALTORReal
cold snap which began, Is Emmy, the heroine, who I
Thursday night of last week and REV J. LEE COUJNS I
makes her home with a sister-in- ,
lasted until Tuesday did more law (Kathleen Freeman) who Is a young people of the district are I Estate General Insurance
good than damage to crop in I social climber. Wave Horton is a invited to the service. i
South Dade. spoiled young girl and Betty Jane Outstanding preaching _sane NOTARY. PUBLIC
The mercury went down to 14 Meybem, a social leader of the and sensible-is the way members
degrees in some places, and frost town. of the church describe Mr. Cor. Palm Ave. and Are. B Florida City, Fla
nipped some beans and young tomatoes Jamie Richards I I. business sermons. The meeting ColUna'j PHONES 'II-' AND Nl-M
but the damage was hardly manager of the play and Frances tinue into next week.
worth considering, grower said Lamb, prompter.
As hoped for, the cool weather
arrested growth In tomato vines
and saved It for the coming fruit Brother of !(rs. Deputy

-In fact, gave the crops lust the Suffers Fatal Injury
crisp conditioning that had been I I
predicted. George Bailey, 52, brother ol DOES FORD PAY GOOD WAGES ?

Mrs. A. C. Deputy of Homestead, _
Ministerial Committee died Wednesday morning in Columbus -
Chairmen AnnouncedThe Miss. as a result of Injuries
received the night before.
Mrs. Deputy received word
Redland District Ministerial early Wednesday morning that I Hiu AM SOd men about Ford Labor. parison of compensation insurance costs
Association will meet
Monday her brother, a fireman had been the ended 30th
morning 10 o'clock In the Homestead During vest November The national avenge rate in automotive
Methodist Church. died injured several when hours going later.to a fir and 1940 the Ford Payroll throughout the manufacturing plants u computed by the

Committee chairmen for the Funeral services will be held I United State averaged 113,628 hourly National Association of Underwriters is
year as announced by the president today. wage earners, not including office em- in excess of $1.50 premium on each $100
the Rev. Geo. H. Hicks, pastor I ployes, students, or executive They were payrolL The Ford cost of workmen'
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of the Homestead Presbyterian paid $183,105,639.12. On this basis, the compensation is less than 50c
Church, follows
are as : program -
Turner's Funeral Borne average annual wage was $1,629.05.
Rev, J.
.the J. Richards; This indicate that the dunce of injury
worship, the Rev Jesse E. Waller
publicity, the Rev. R. F. Blackford;; M-HK AMBULANCE SERVICE According to the latest available government in a Ford plant i* much less than in the

special services, the Rev. RobertH. Lady Attendant figures the annual average wage of average automobile plant.

Spear; and fellowship, the Rev. Phone 564-R Homestead, Fla. all workers la employment covered by
Geo. E. Deuel. I old age insurance law was $841.00.If The Ford Motor Company ha no age
limit for labor, and in fact deliberately
_...............hU...................uuu uuun......uuu.....,. the 45,000,000 worker of this country attempts to keep older workers working.The .

received the same average wage as Ford average age of Ford worked et the
employes they would have had additional Rouge and nearby plant i* 38.7.
wage of more than $35,000,000.000 thai
: increasing the national income abler A recent check-op show that nearly one-

I 50%. Think what such an increase would half the workers at these Ford plant were
H A BUSINESS ASSET mean to the worker of this country andto 40 or over, falling into these age groups:

.
the American farmer whose price are 23,819 between 40 and 50

based on the national income 14,731 between 50 and 60
1 -
Wage scales la the Ford Rouge plans are 3377 between 60 and 70

: divided into three classifications: 417 between 70 and 80

12 between 80 and 90
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Minimum hiring wage '. 75c per hour In addition to the ao-called regular em-

ployes the Ford Motor Company ha
Stmt-tJMM. .
Minimum hiring wge 80c per hourMinimum hired, and now ha on the payroll,.at the
same regular hourly wage, thousands of .
ShiJi l. a workers who are blind,crippled or otherwise -
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hiring wig 90c per hoar incapacitated for normal productivework.
-, Higher wage are in consideration of They are not selected! for their

I ability and year of service. ability to build can or to maintain the

plant They are on the payroll because of
= Tune was when a hem* owner had I* revs himself an Minimum wage scales for unskilled labor Henry Ford's belief that the responsibilityof
jl established "Mttceaa" In basis*** BEFORE be could build M the Kong plant arsine highest ia the) a large company labor goes beyeeti -
er bay a heave.Tedaysue industry. Top wage for killed labor '
the
point at which the unfortunate
. i new FTHA! Man revenea'tIIe .-.. Anambnlees compare favorably with, or are higher worker can no longer produce profitably.The .
, BUM with a very modest salary: -My, lees than than wage ia other automobile plant
,I, t......-saaj BEGIN with a bow ef has .... Aa4 has above are fact They are open to
I = standing aa a property In the Now some fact on Ford labor conditJons
owner ecmnuraity can o otrikele anyone who really wants to deal ia fact
; i to has bera.as meeesa, Not only are sanitation and other health Anyone who want to get a job. . buy IIcu.

i Calf *. an fer details abaci the NEW FHA Plan far mail conditions the best iat the industry but . or place a national defense contract
i mad lean hew to beeaea t hero emer *. a small Ford also lead ia safety device fee the on the basis 01- fair labor treat

protection of employe Proof of anent must place Ford at the top

I this k found in the following com- .. ah, of bra eligible lit.
W. D. HORNE CO.


I FRANK L. SKILL Owner FORD MOTOR COMPANYPa.

Hardware Lumber and Building Materials I I I.p
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