Title: The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00474
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: January 24, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00474
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Fktdds's i LEADER- A.ilari Dl.Wet

pioneer Tabloid ENTERPRISE Neu* Leader

Weet17 lilacs $$12


City's Engineer to Negotiate

.' With Navy for Water Deal

I' '75 Navigators a Month !AQUEDUCTS EXPLORERS

rv For_ Army. Miami li. Feat CONTRACT FOR TEST WELLS


LOCAL ROTES Izsi Told Us THE WEATHER To Be Pumped Continu.

..eh.e.amt of th. a.Metl'd and Observedfor
I= ...u... H_..... r1.Wa ously
THAT Ted Blcler was the University; of Miami's first full- Weeks
I Jan. 16 82"f ,
(3 29 88 0.40
OFNEVPRKCourse back and a high official of that institution wishes he had beenon |
Jan. 17. 82 83 128.811| 0.54
the team this
year. . . Jan. 18. 83 I 81 I 019 3-MILE PIPE SAVING
I I j |
Jan. IB e8 57
THAT the Rotary song-leader has his middle-aged brethren POSSIBILITY CITED
Jan. 20. i 68 I 41 130.241|
Opened This Week singing a lullaby-and liking It.
. . Jan. 21_ "I I 73 I 50 |30.23|

To Make Aeronautical THAT the M M. Minkler offices la the F. C. Peters buildingat Jan. 22. I 73 I 156 |30.18| Survey of Keys Route to
in Year
Engineers Could will outclass almost anything In South Florida for
Begin Monday at
good taste and masculine elegance ORDlNAWTOCUTTENTSHOW
MUST MOVE"NOW TO . . Key West '

MEET FUTURE NEEDS THAT citizen\ who remembered could not help contrastingthe
scene in the city ball Monday night, when a ministerial com-
Authority to contract and
mittee treated with with the negotiate
was every courtesy disgraceful
President Anticipates Development proceeding that took place there years ago when a favorite pastor LICENSE VOTEDThe with the government to furnish -

] Like That of Homestead was bully-ragged and insulted by an attorney for water for the aqueduct which

of Los Angeles the local movie house in Its successful fight to operate on Sundays. the navy will construct betweenthe

I ordinance reducing the U-
mainland and Key West was
Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president eerie fee on traveling tent shows
REDLAND MEETS 250 POUNDS FISH voted by the city of Homestead .t
Of the University of Miami, speaking from f 100 to $50 a day was passed
by the city council Monday night a council meeting Monday night
guest of the to the
U day
URSJN GYM HERE FOR MOTORCADE with only two dissenting vote to Wm. Sydow of Miami, the rtt,'.
Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday the
despite presence of a committee consulting engineer.
noon, outlined'aim and accomplishments from the Redland Ministerial
of the institution AT 7:30: TONIGHT OF ROTES FRIDAY Association, the owner of the local The voting of the authority to
since its inauspicious opening two movie house and I petition containing negotiate mean that the city will

month after the disaitrou 1926 tome twenty signatures and try to sell the government on

hurricane.The A parade through Homesteadled Two hundred fifty pound offish presented to the council by T E. hooking Its pipe line up with the
part the university is playing by both Homestead and Kirby, one of the dissenting member -
thy have been ordered by the : municipal water plant, where, engineers
in national defense trainingwas I who said it had been handed
Redland high school band and
brought out when Dr. Ash Homestead Rotary Club at the :to him. for the aqueduct admittedthis
told of courses in airplane navigation pep club this afternoon will precede piece de resistance of a mammoth week, a practically unlimited
The committee of the
given with the cooperationof a game between the two high 'luncheon that will be served to 'Rev. J. J Richards, composed, the Rev. Ceo supply of excellent water i* obtainable. )
schools' basketball team In the .
Pan-American Airway to army :that many Rotarians who will mo- :E. Deuel and the Rev. A. M. Vivien -
cadet sent to Miami especially to Homestead gymnasium tonight. Explorations for a source of supply
torcade through South Dade next presented a resolution of protest -
take that instruction."We The "B" team game will beginat nearer the keys are in progress,
Friday Jan. 31, and hereat I adopted by the ministerial ..aloelatlon. -
are scheduled to turn out 7.30 o'clock. however, and test wells will be
noon before returning via the I Councilman W. R. Bird, sunk the first of next week at
75 navigators every month, as the The Growers defeated Redland a
'who first
the ordinance
sections of the Redland District proposed ,
grove site mile south of Florida
army, which had almost none up 25-22 In a game shortly before I tall the interest of the mlnl.ten1ft
to needs fast the lead City's Palm avenue on Redland
now them as a* they Christmas. In that game
I the moral welfare of
This Information out com-
can be produced," Dr. Ashe said changed hands or was tied eight was road. A contract was let this weekto
1 munity was appreciated, and he
Geo N. Wakefleld,
Wednesday by
a Miami for the
"We at first had 100 cadets in the times. pump company
course, but we are to have from JIIO.'to Homestead bowed to Andrew general chairman of arrangement 4 explained how there was nothing drilling of well,.which will eoitilst -
to entertain .and,feed the Rotarians I 10 prevent the tent shows from
next 'December 200 ton- 1.tueuHIII1 School, Tueidaynight of one six-inch well surrounded
4 operating Just over the city line,
who In
atantly enrolled. A* one group fin In the Miami gym, 35-21. at Interval by smaller observation
'with the result that the lost
the and city
from state) in union
every .
ishes, another detachment of cadets Major, of Andrew Jackson, made wells.A
I he license well
as as police
Canada. money
will be sent to take It* place. 22 point, one more than the scoreof pump will be attached to the
In addition, t course la aeronautical I the entire local team. Dellinger The meeting In Legion Hall this jurisdiction over the outfitMr. six-Inch wen and kept going continuously
week the last that will be held Bird also,
aid the
engineering was started and Sullivan each scored nine was that high for a period of weeks
there until Feb. 12, the fish j fee amounted to-dictation the
this week, he announced. points. a* on while measurements are made in
The aviation industry I* short (Continued on Page Two) (Continued oil Tag Eight) the observation wells, from time

of aeronautical engineers," Dr.I TWO YOUTHS IN -fit -- - to time, to learn what effect, U

Ashe said "The minimum time to Peru Has Pretty Cool Winter July ,any, the pumping has on the water
prepare an aeronautical engineer table, according to H. J. Ralston,

i* four yean normally, but we HOSPITAL FROM I Tho Crossed by Equator, Club Hears 1 resident engineer In charge of exploration
operations for Parson
have set up a course equal to one .
college;year which will enable men Klapp, Brinckerhoff It Douglas of
who have already been educatedor CRASHJJURIES Although SO per cent of the miles, stretched along the Pacific New York, associated with Elson
trained In other branches of population of Peru I* Indian, the coast of South America from I T. Klllam/ of Miami as consulting e

engineering to prepare themselves A. T. Davis, -;ar-old son of country is "managed" by a comparatively degree south to IS degree north 'engineer for the navy In the aqueduct
a* aeronautical engineer We A. L. Davis of Goulds I I. in James few pure white who of the equator Dr. McNlcoll said project.
started off with 1(0 men entered in Archer Smith Hospital with a trace their ancestry to 13 knights "In spite. of this proximity to A source of supply! a mile southof
this course." broken collar bone and Charles who were with PUaro In the conquest the equator, however," be said Florida City would mean a tremendous
One of the university' immediate Goff, ton of Mrs. C. Goff of of the country through subjugation \ "the winters along the coast of moving In pipe It wa
needs i* a college of engineering Homestead, la in Kendall Hospital of the Incas, said Dr. Peru-particularly about Lima, ].pointed out, but whether other factor .
Dr. Ashe said, because, among with a possible fractured skull as Robert E. McNlcoll professor of .the capital city -have an average of quantity and quality and
other reasons, graduate of the the result of a collision Tuesday Latin-American history at the temperature range of SO to 70 degrees I economy of operation might counterbalance .
new Dade County Northalde Tech- afternoon between a pickup truck University of Miami, In a talk here fahrenheit. And although it I this saving remain to abe
nical High School will be seekingto driven ty young D.v1Iand a ton- Wednesday night. Dr. McNlcoll.a never rains along the coast, clouds I determined.
pursue their technical studies and-a-half truck owned by J. W. frequent visitor to Peru was and fog are almost! continuous, Surveying of the route of the
further Campbell of Princeton and driven guest speaker at a dinner meeting covering the land for nine monthsof I pipe line will be started Monday '

There Ise great demand, also by a negro employee, i of the University: Club at the Bam- the year, therefore it I II advisable I st the Key West end said Mr. t
for PI'OfllllonalllChooll," he added I The accident\ occurred at the boo Tavern. for visitors to take along I Rslstoa, who has opened office
and eventually we will need a intersection of the Goulds Canal] Peru, six time the size of heavy clothing they leave) in I for his firm over Brown' Phar .
(Continued on PIe Two) road and Allapattah road. I Florida, comprises 800.000 square (Continued on Page Eight) I macy.
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Pare Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Fridav. January. 24.1941


TOLD PASTORS -_.-.------ ___.n.____ _. _
" FROM I ARGENTINA (Continued from Page One) .i CLUE PRESENTS PLAT flUE.DSmp
school of dentistry and a school of
SEEN BY SPEAKER medicine." '!, BY CUMMINGS girls Thursday of the night Dramatic the Club boys pre and Friendship is a thing no one can
i I The unlverilty's schools now Include ___ I buy.Neither .
sented their two plays, "Submerged"
colleges of liberal arts and A talk on Korea and the good, with an all-boy cast and Dick nor Jane, you or 1.
\ sciences, law, music, teachers and that the Southern PresbyterianChurch's Friendship stands for brotherlylove .
I 'Maid Service" with an afl-glrl
I In the not too distant futuiv It''
business In addition to the special ,
Hospital la doing there
4 will be to travel by automobile 1: cast The members of the club
courses mentioned. Property and was given at the meeting of the I Which first came down tom up
from Buenos Aim In I I equipment of the institution .ls Redland District Ministerial Association I sincerely hope that everyone en- above.
South America to Europe and Asia valued at about one million dolMan Monday in the parsonageof ; Joyed the plays. You should! always be somebody's
over an International highway, was lars. the Homestead Methodist' The entire set was decorated by: "friend! In. need,"
of F. U. Wells Red-l the members of the club with the
the ,
prediction 'new departments should :Church by Dr. D. J. Cummings, Besides Just doing your daily good
land District resident and world I help of Mr. Blackburn.
be opened in existing schools of who recently returned from Korea deed
traveler In a talk before the the university! ," Dr. Ash said: ,after II years spent as principal of -Yvonne Pollard. For frelndshlp Is a thing no one
Redland District Lions Club We ought not to be obliged to John Watkins Academy for Boys can buy.
Mr. Wells, who represent a limit/ our enrollment." ''at Mopko. JUNIOR HIGH NE"SMn. You can make friends.sUy, so
i manufacturer of road building machinery The enrollment Murphy's algebra and
quota for this : It was announced that Homestead why not try?
atated that In addition to mathematic classes have been in
year was originally set at students may have a part In the
the highway facilities already In but when this. : limit was chain of missions to be held In the one way reviewing for their midterm .
in this and Mexico, examinations before review Ing Dutch booklets They welcomea
UM country reached in July, the quota was near future in Miami by having asa
.f much work I Is being done on the raised to 1600 in August. When the speaker In the Homestead Methodist week. With each dally assignment new pupil James Rosenthal,
I connecting links In the great International university opened,*however proAsh. Church on Feb.5, Dr. R. B. for homework, Mrs. Mur. from Palmetto, Fla. Eight pupils y
( highway by South and said, army and navy enlistments McClure of Edinburgh, Scotland phy .would assign two review were absent last week because of .
Central American countrle Peru questions to work out and study .
cut down the enrollment .
so a missionary in Homeland China.Present I flu.Miss 'I
It the most progressive this that now It totals. 1,384 in the regular at the meeting were: 'so that her classes would be both Ray was absent last Tuesday
work, he laid, and Ecuador, the division 250 in the adult division the Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Bowell, reviewing, and progressing.The and Mrs. Carter was her sub: "
j least From Quito In Peru to San 80 special students in aviation the Rev. and Mrs. Geo. E. DeueU algebra clauses had Mr stitute. Jimmy Morris and Rebecca x
tiago In Chile the route follows plus the army cadets: and the the Rev. and Airs. W J. Parker. ,'Hindman asp visitor last Wednesday Brown were absent Friday. :
the ancient Incan trail. aeronautical engineering students the Rev and Mrs. A. M. Vivien the Each member of the The pupils in Mrs. Hood roomhave IJ
From South America the vast mentioned. class made a chalk bUt in show been making Mexican plates
already I
I Rev. Edith Tamblyn, the Rev. Geo. : f
highway'will run through the Central , In addition to original quarters]H. Ricks the Rev. J. J. Richards ,ing how to .o'k different problems and other Mexican articles. Theyare ;
American countries, which they have recently alto making backs-for their!
Mexico In which It
I opened, the University|the Rev. K. W Porte. the Rev. J. .
the United States, Canada and of Miami has since acquired the ,E. Waller, Mrs. J. A. Ricki, Mn.T. studied. booklets. Norton Wakefield. R-y- *
Alaska. From there across Into San Sebastian Hotel and seven ) L. Hodges Mrs. Berlin Felton, Last Wednesday, the seventh mood Kelly, Reba Nell Pro :fJr. V'
Russia and across Into Europe apartment houses, its president Mrs. Naomi Dano and Miss Jamie grade girls' health classes had an and David .Frederica were absent f:}:
would complete the said Six hundred students reside illustration of artificial respirationEach during the past week. ;'
Mr. Wella told many Interesting'in dormitories, which I include the 1 student took part in the illus Mrs. Cooper's pupils started a I
and amusing Incident which have hotel and most of the apartment'!Richards.MOTORCADE tration. rhythm band this past week. j' l lAirs
befallen him In his travels through houses. j/ Gletji Terburg Bird and her pupils welcome J' .
South America. | "Sixty-eight per cent of the students a new pupil, Billy Knight $
"Perfume" factories la the name are boys and 32 per cent, I (Continued from; ; Page One) ELEMENTARY NEWSIn from Meridian! Miss.
he to the dwellings of Andean Miss Jackson's room two Mrs. Flfield's room la proud to
applied girls, a proportion of more than i!dinner will be served to the motor- pu.
Indiana with whom he had 2 to 1, which provides a good 'sta, ',ciders In the chamber of commerce pits, Sylvia Barnes and Anne say that it won the P. T. A. award
been forced to spend the nightat Wandolaskl, were absent last week last week.
line', Dr. Ash old with a smile. I festival building and will be attended
times. t The because of Illness. Mrs. Wynn and her pupils! enjoyed
university runs two restaurants by local Rotes in lieu of
"These huts are poorly built which serve from 1,100: ,the regular meeting that otherwise The pupils enjoy having their a talk by Mrs Gallaher who
.ventilated," he aaid"and about to 1,800 meals a day-practically would have been held next writing lesions on the blackboard !numbered and classified the books
fifteen Indiana and their hogs at cost, he said. Total expenses ,Wednesday noon. The following which has been ruled for this pur of their library. Afterward the
goats and other live stock all of operating the Institution, its week the Rotary Club of Home pose. They have also enjoyed pupils arranged the fiction books
crowd In the one building at night. restaurants and dormitories will \stead will meet with the Redland playing with the blocks and dolls to alphabetical order as they
Since the only bath these Indiana be about a million dollars this year. District Lions Club In the Lions on rainy days. should be arranged in a library
get la when they perspire enough The University of Miami Is not Den at Silver Palm, In quarterly Mrs. Edwards' room enjoyed I -Vara Rheney.
luring the day to wipe it off, you supported by public: funds other Joint meeting perfect attendance day last Friday,
can Imagine how much we slept" than t small annual appropriation I At the meeting this week, the but the children were sorry because For) results use Leader.
Mr. Wells also said that our of the Dade County Commission, club discussed proposed divisionof Mrs. Edwards was ,absent I Enterprise Classified Ads 11
country has been lax in IU relations Dr. Ash said so must look to the Rotary district which now Mrs Thurman's pupils are mak-

with South American countries private endowments for needed I comprises the state of Florida Into .... .............
and It has waited too longto expansion and present support two or more districts to lighten the :
start the good neighbor policy. Things ahould be set in motion work of the district governor and =
Visitors from the United States now for the Institution's expansion :I otherwise facilitate administrativework. !i;}Ji;; !

f have ::7nu condescending and to take care of a rapidly:: growing After debate the club votedin
r n in their attitude and communtly, he pointed I out l favor of retaining the present
4 they have not learned to adjust I "In 1(10 when Los Angeles district. ;
their viewpoint to South American' had population about equal to \ A BUSINESS ASSET
1 ways. that of Miami's today" said the also Miami Is close to the centers'
Though there are' many Germans .' speaker, "the University of Southern of population In the United States. 121%
i and Italians In South AmerIca California had an enrollmentof The prospect of unusual growth Is r
reports of fifth column actl-' 500. Today Its enrollment Is therefore a certainty."
1 vities among them are overdrawn 15,000. That Is the son of growthwe The University of Miami was
Mr, Wells stated. this I i must be prepared for. We are this year admitted to the Southern rl
In closing, he suggested that next door to 40 millions of peoplein I Association of Colleges, Dr. Ashe
t country might help both England I I the Caribbean countries: and said.
f end South America by buying
food stuffs from South America) .- -
and tending them to England and
I In that way releasing money Solthat ]I I sI .
England could buy its needed t
arms from us. I
Dr. Carl F. Robinson entertainedwith
two piano solos. | r
Visitors present were: Mr and I\
Mrs W. Wollenhiupt of Revere I ., .
Mau., Mrs. Mary Abe rombl. of Time was when a kerne owner had to prove himself aaaUbHabed
: "soeoesB" la business BEFORE be could build
Pittsburgh, Pa.; F. M. Kent of
Cedar Rapids, Iowa; and H. 1.1 t H buy a tome.Teaajxeer .
I Mickey and R. T. Holbrook of A NEW COURSE OFFERED I new FHA Plan reverses the process. As

I Wlnston-Salem N. C. amhttloe man with t .very modest .Jarr-, teas; flea 'i
I IN SOCIAL SECURITY and PAS'ROLLFile ttWra BEGIV-with: 11_.of his ow*. And .his'

,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, '
""""" ' 1 stastdhif aa a properly Owner the community. vas eee w
< Course That We've WantedIf .tribute t. his business emcees. ,

= Can en us for details abut tie NEW m,,' Plea for small '
Car Shampoo : i y'oUo iish more. salary-provethatyou I IJsd i' bmue sad lean how to bsceme a borne owner on" a small .

are worth more-you cannot expect much j ,

SOc unless you can do much. 1 : Income.W.. D. HORNE CO. !

Doot save year dirt for a :ee FRANK L.. SKILL Owner ,t ti
Jgh'prtoed. abrasive. polish We can take a few students on the pay-af-
Job wbea, for See a week ow : i Hardware. Lumber ,and Building Materials i r
sew --.... will keep year ter-position-U-secured. Five placed in i Homestead, Fla. Pbeas "'..1. I
ear* body foal from be.eeantmg po:1:1 f

aalL We pose the 1 sitions during holidays. .....n.............................._...................................
..... to labor and time ea 1 r

.. yea.Oar I Prevailing salaries higher than at any time
pedal ....... Uther GET YOUR STATEDriver's :
sal rely keel your paid Job in the past nine,years. I
ails jai spas.bet la addition,| I .0 ., '
aiootrtos the Iae ..r ftalsh.Rieae License
sill For ,See us about that position.


Texaco One-Stop Station; I Homestead Business College. AT. JUSTICE 'OF THE PEACE OFFICEIN ('


N. itre: .e. and 4lb StnetHOMESTEAD .': .I' I Mae Morris Bldg. N. Krome Ave. Homestead I.
: : Odd Fdfew BId,. Ppj ftn 1116 m. is I p. m.

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Mr, B. M. Hlndman will re.
; ; :' |place Airs. Gladys Webb. horn

|economic) teacher In Homestead
''II' It Itr
I'High School at the beginning of

the second semester, Feb. 3. Mrs
I Webb it resigning because of Ill
health Mrs. Hlndman taught
home economics for three years in
,Hinlo! ,.h and. horn economics and
: IM chemistry for one year In Miami
J High School The home economics'
t i ,r classes studied sewing the first
I emetcr and they will study. foods
'the second kernelter,
rr Mrs Ivan Moser will be transferred -
from the Kendall schoolto
Neva King Cooper School
.Feb. 3 to replace Mn. V M. Fl-
|field, third grade teacher, whq will
Join Mr. Fifield In Gainesville
i where he It now serving as assistant -
!i to Dr. Wilmon Newell, head of
I the Florida experiment stations
t -

for night flying, and since arrival
here have been taking passengers
for rides over the city every night.
The local airport is an exceptionally II
good landing field for Its
size.in the opinion of Seaoourne.
X r 1 ,
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on. sale
V jl a, 4 Robert Seaboume making 8 Jump with two parachutes open I'
S at once.'
ar +P :
Tropical Cafe
r 'Robert Seabourne. who made an parachute landing In 1JV4 years

accurate and safe parachute landing in that profession.
1t at the local airport last Sunday I, The how Sunday being staged NOW LOCATEDIN
will repeat his feat at the sameplace I under vie sponsorship of local avi-
V 'this. Sunday afternoon with ation enthusiasts, Including Carl THE1I0RNE
the added attraction of stunt flying Drawdy, student pilot, and A. D. BLDG.
by Pick Robenon. U> his open Neal, commercial pilot who own
Waco biplane and passenger carrying the yellow cub plane Ira which
by J. O. Dockery In his new I quite a few Homesteaders have N. Kiom Avt.llnnwstead t
Stlnson cabin monoplane, which I II learned and are learning to fly Florida
I took part In the recent Havana The xleiton planes are equipped -- -
_. cruise as well ai by Roberson In!
> "" -- -
Waco. t
Parachute Jumper at the Homestead airport Sunday afternoon
was a contender in the
will be Robert Seabourne, right Inset Left inset is his twin brother I. AIRPLANE RIDES
contest at the t tIn
Herbert, who until recently was associated with him In a stunting '
parachute Jumping team. air races Seabourne Jump the Big SU.DO' Cabin MonopUnc and $1 00
The brothera were' born In Oklahoma In-1908, 21 minutes last Sunday, was his 720th safe Our Famous Stunt Ship J[ liP'
apart, yet Robert la older and Herbert haa the most birthdays
Robert was born on February 29 and Herbert on March 1. They January 26STUNT
have a sister, Bernice who intenpenea her work ai an airline KEYVEST ,
hostess, with spectacular motorcycle crashes through naming Abu

walla. DRY DOCK ISUnday FLYINGand

The Seabourne twins
AssociatesC. JUMPING
changing! parachutes In midair -
Starilnr I:tt P. V.
-a feat which will not II. UmsteadCHIEF

take here how ENGINEER Note: Ado-
place Sunday, Nation HOMESTEAD AIRPORT
Estimates Furnished
ever. be taken fat
Homestead, Florida the jumper. FREE ADMISSION


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local library are:
: The Printer's Day "The World Was My Garden1'

FlOeiDA by David) Fairchild

Some guy comet In and fool way t> POI i! Me "Sapphira and the Slave Girl"
Two hours of your business day; tWTHTVOlk awasvAcIAOI1RLtvYlOAfD by WUla Cather. i

Through all your samples slowly ) "Th Eagle Gather" by Taylor3
gropes Caldwell.
.NM, rGY
Than orders fifty envelopes. 11J4NSUIAEtvA "The Voyage" by Charles Mor..l

LSH'IS ran.
And coon someone will want to
; 1117TH JIa B "Whlteoalt Hmlae" b" Maze
.ISIM4/4'Na' Dl'La IIoche.
you'll print programs for a show' TO "Tieldln rs Folly" by France i
-A local talent Jamboree yt ivos.VO Parklngson Keyes.

And kindly donate them, says hAnd 1Yv SN/ "One Foot in Heaven" by Hart.

i Mil Sptnce.
then 'a call comes on the .

phone; Kathleen Norrls' first novel
A customer with war i
nasty tone published about thirty '
Turns down 10,000 books you've I She has selected her years favorite alo :

printed, I novel and short stories

Because: the paper's wrongly b brought out In an omnibus to volume b*.

tinted. TQ A/NED fl0.2/0R fiSH nO 2/DA } late book a* "These, "The I LIke Secret Beat.of" Her
"Don't lose your t.mper..lOm. /sAPA.er "
s Marshbanks, I* now In the
one cries no ,IJVl AgUAdo'MYEI aver OF rHE T brary. 11.

And you reply 'with tearful eyet, jYoffoat'eze AMAZED 75 Six G NI w REHrElr c e

"It's not my temper they abuse, srpA0EA W=04Ct.A; AN6Edf/C.N AA'O S'/.I9SH PINE A biography
I My mind is what I fear to lose" d'A/rrONiff V NOr ONLY rrs Southern Printer. nyE N 54140 BUr Al ( S4Mlr m K /r6 "Cruaaller "* Wilson, called
ln Crinoline," will be ,
,7HEI2 SIOZS STeOK60 81"
published soon. la his life of the
\7K.e..O.. 4""e wO.eLO/ author of "Uncle Ton, Cabin," \

Faster Than Bullets Mr Wilson discovered that in On.
------- -- clnnatl
where Mrs. Stowe lived

I t "An army 'airplane \'i. In a [ and happiness within Its own I 01 illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllii end for many years' through local Ie,.

late test, attained a speed of 920 CURRENT borders and leave affairs of the the people ar* sure that the

miles an hour-faster than a bul- Orient solely to the Orientals story was written thw In fact
;; ,

let'the, relates current William Rotarian F. McDermottIn magaitne i COMMENTBy find that Japan If it would Its best do neighbor.that It would Still i 20 Years Ago there house *lea in which movement she lived to turn Into the a ,I

"An airplane speed of 600 to 700 museum. But "Uncle Tom's
> : AGNEW WELSH, more striking was his statement t In Cab.
[ miles was Written
an hour Is In sight- In 13runswick.
that It
--, was Japan's "divine min Maine."Verdun".
It Is the octane content of the sion" to embrace a larger slice :
1 EMU* Motel Mr. WUMMMiihi .dues o f Itllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllillllll ll IID . .
gasoline that makes such speeds h kk "C<**_.... eMti.e China and free the Far East o
possible. Mr. McDermott points Shop k> !. MTMMM .* .!s.eag all foreign colonies and Investments ,... tlnriiit M... art Mm "" b" Juice Romaine to e
wHk kit (tJnloM. AiU basis grow HIM tile .... one ot a series
out, and It Is I former Russian Nt_ .. ... .. Is that hint that ot see -- of books on 1
A. w.1tII a we should **....rh* .... II.... M... IS. SOIL of Good Will." "Me"
exile, now becoming a naturalized Cara 11L. Mist 51.A get out of the Philippines Well, M Ik* month lost *MMT -4 ells The nut pane
..* Ort. wltk .._ what happened
IT. tk
American citizen who has made stick In time saves nine 41 r there was no sense or reason why ..... .-.w, characten to the chief
the discoveries that permit this applied to the right child at th i we should have gotten Into them. and II after the world War

hop. "The name of 73-year-old right time and In the right place . I.... IT, un entitled. "Aftermath". -

reve.redln Vladimir N.Russia Ipatleff much was like for Thomas yearn a From April 21 to 23 the National I -"In the presence of a Ipt Most readers Ire familiar with
Editorial association i their Immediate relatives, Miss Flnle" Peter
A. ', ''I British meets in Dunne' humorous
rulaVn was In of 600
America. owners million
Florida with Jacksonville la Nixon daughter of I. T Nixon writings about
as headquarters "Mr. "
he writes. dollars invested In American Industrial I Dooley. Elmer .

from where It will make 11I and Herbert Hunter son of Mrs. Ellis: who edited
Quitting Russia In protestwhat al t, stocks are selling them a circle tour of the state with{John Scott of Florida City, were of Dunne' Work a collection
as "Mr
was happening Prof. Ipa. back to U. S. buyers. The total of Miami and the Beach on the itin quietly united In matrimony on at His Beat," has Dooley
licit come to America to become: these holdings Is reported at three a now completed
erary. The association met 1 In I Saturday evening last at 8:30.: The biography entitled "Mr
billion dollars. f>ooley's
a lecturer at Northwestern University Florida quarter-century ago and |ceremony was performed at the America: I Biography of
I and chemical research director those who have not since visited,' Baptist pastorium by Dr. J. A. Peter Dunne"Children FInley:
for an oil company. Here hi the Sutton Mr. and Mrs Hunter
or never visited It are -.0.--
I has worked out a process of condensing I When Ik* Tootleberry read that be able to believe ,their living at the Scott home at Florida _.....
t the molecules of a gas that vitamins he blurted pies contained many [eyes. I City but are building a cottage for in Court
out "Gosh
i was formerly wasted In the "crack- : their use."
Ing" of crude oils to make gasoline all-hemlock, I never seed any of = By Judge MahlLAt'GHIXO, ..
"J. J. Beach has IhUieid
sold his
them things in Out In -
with such results that Mr. mom's pies and you Spencer, Indiana Sam I-
McDermott reports "this never found any hairs In her apple R. Guard publishes the Breeder' grove st Modello to D. C.CoI.man TOBACOo"".,'.
process pies, nuther 'cause Gazette of Miami. This property,
represents a saving of 7S million she alien used and his editorials are re A
barrels of crude oil a Baldwins. Say, didya ever eat a freahJn,. From Mg February page 110 acres, lies just off the Dixie commit court "was recently forced to
year. applebutter pie Old Aunt Soused n, I quote: "The stark fact is that highway and has a fine house with hUlna I tJnee"'ear-Old marl.
This pepped-up gas promises ter make 'em three ways.- more people received agricultural beautiful setting and a splengrove did and liquor addict to the
speeds up to or better than 7miles 00 open-faced last . ." state hospital for the InNne
criss-crossed an' klv subsidy year than went on no While
i an hour Author McDermott endw relief-WPA and pensioners -=The Inter-scholastic debate definite Ql'OOr exists that the
shows, and "there are still four e together. all between the use of this cIruc caused
I Farm subsidy Is a dole, and Farm [ his JI1.
billion untested of santy. the
ways trying to
British smacking of peasantry and the Life Schools will be held Feb. 11 court was assured bT
make better authorities have relatives
gasoline, of which lopped that
any American the Homestead during the
off fanner if we know him at school house. periods
be another eight cents In I thle
may an Improvement whatis the
on is no peasant How much finer It -"Thil packing house (Williams marihuawag uncler the Influence
weekly meat allowance of
known ,
today cutting It ,
to 3V cents. The Breeder's Gazette would be for agriculture and the and HInman) at Modello reports aXt'tecIln,1y and JJquor. he was

editor makes a good point when I nation. too if farmer would universally sending one car of tomatoes ( or'' Marihuana dalllerow.
declare crates) on Wednesday, and frequently referred
he says England wants all themselves flatly one c to ".
our '
Blasting Caps of w r but continues to I against any subsidy for. anybody, of 451 crates on Thursday" co"? rtTu b or """"""i tobac.
tariffs Included." -The Homestead Bakery received T.n' of lt vlcUn
Import the bilMof its meats from In Another
Accidents to children In the Canada-mor* than eight million | . e this week the tint solid stance mulled in A
United Slates from playing with car of flour aver received la whten" automobile accident takUted
pounds a week'Cf The
pork alone of
and city Chicago employs a
blasting caps decreased in UfO to stead. Mr. Fuchs has had Home-I' nlneleell-ear-old boy wamountaln
says 'taInt fair. Well
it I Ie dread .
over ISO, at the 33 electrlcall AI
men marihuana
1ST as compared with 18J for ful hard to decide between ) success with Llksom bread Peddled II usually
; 1139, according to the Institute of I and the dollar patriotism operated bridges over the Chicago' -"J. T. Vann spent last week In boys by dope fiends adolescent
and tile I and user.-. ,.. .. ,_ ___
Makers 'Jacksonville 1 attending u._ -. I
: of Explosives New York latter them _.. -
generally win the toss-up. river paying an average of I --' -- tact the underworld IU ovq.
UOn.I "
City, sonic conve to procure it "
",100 a year which the city dads Case alter
e e I -"The Redland Citrus Growers case has been revealed
Eighty-five per cent occurred In I The thought was a mite high for thai: Ass'n has where youngsters haN
rural localities or small towns writer of an article In the received five ribbons I duced been In.
I to
I Children found the blasting American Legion Magazine Interviewed class of labor and scaled it down I awarded it at the state fair In I other use cocaine, heroin and
caps I drugs ,
1 where they had been left lying Mltsurs Toyama the about ten per cent The overlordof Jacksonville. They include three! first taught by individuals who

J carelessly about In buildings, fields, "power behind the throne" in Japan the union heard of it and decided first prizes, one second and on! huana them the we of marl. t
with .third. The house sent
a following of millions. ten boxes of I
streets or roads, quarries or dum h. would
p work trick that
A picture of this man's stoicism i fruit to the fair.-
Ten found In
were cupboards
; other parts of the home. or may be gained from the statement was successful some years ag of"Mae Bow Is wearing! I dou there were 10 ninny to

that be once sat five day without raise the bridge and refuse tol ble-barreled smile now. The rea'aont the --0."

f 1 Injuries resulted when the children eating speaking or moving a mus lower them until the city "cameto A boy. who-arrived on Tuesday -fila Sue Pope of M1 ">1 to
picked or hammered the caps cle. He his .- lpenlll" few
terms" but this day with Mr*. J.
: time
or threw them Into fires. Mostthe of, to the poor would not kill a mosIqulto'and they beat -"C. T. Ivey of Miller, Ca. .r- M. Leach." (Florida City

I I Injuries) were to hands or flngersv yet hesitates not at or him at hi* own game by sending I rived Monday to look the country Lester Leach and wife r.-

although they were also redaring the slaying of one he deems policeman to each bridge before over. Mr. Ivey Is a brother of Mrs. turned this week to their home In

, ported to the eyes face, body 'and,a political enemy to his country.' Issuing the order causing one [W M. Bradley. Harrisburg Pa." (Florida City

' legs. ODe child died. 'This old patriot said to the Legion man to make a play of word oa ; Trad Loomis was In Nassaulast ...-"Mrs. Hal LochrIe arrived In

, Most of the accidents occurred writer that Japan and the United week going over to look owrtumtna Florida City Friday morning with

to children between the ages) of State must remain at peace that an old expression by saying' ,th* the : situation." M* went ,Jter'.ttbJJ.cfmI.,.. ,to. spend-*, ,J!

,I) andtL, -Tbesw ware 146 boys the U.,&. should busy itself with 1 over-lord was.:caught'with. his!, 0"" .OD.Thursday..returning Sat-, w *.,..ItJ1 Mr/ and, Mr*.' Wnu, 'Jl;

j .ad. 11 girls Involved. | it* Monroe Doctrine, keep pac bridge town urday:'TrWsild! bi rikvtr kftrwl t debris.% (Fl. Iul.l ltg). '

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.'w Friday, January 24,1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Five ,

,j; 'several months at the Holbrookes I Flint Mich.. arrived Tuesday for Offices Opened HereBy
..lJ. (winter residence here Mrs. Holbrook a visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. Dry Dock PromoterC.
it a sister of Mrs.. W. J. Derbyshire. Mr. and Mrs. Sharret

"i; In and Around I Clark. and Wednesday Mr. and and Mrs.Thursday Derby.hIrtnl in Key IL Umstead and associates

J I Preston a Bird eft Wednesdayfor West opened an office over Brown's ;
I Atlanta to attend a district: Pharmacy this week for what Mr.
meeting of Buick dealers. On hit Mrs. J. E. Walton left for net
'I'Homestead.; return he will visit In Jacksonville home in Hot Springs S. D, Sunday I Umitead said would be the design ,
on business. when notified of the serious I and construction: of dry docks R
.. illness of her husband. Mrs. Walton ,wharves and dredging projects.
./1', Mrs. W. B. LumPkin, who was and her two daughters, Mn. J. B. of Mr.El Dorado and Mrs., III,Arthur arrived Summers Mondayin W. Hardens was accompanied and his by grandson Dr. C. I Under the name of Key West Dry

J formerly Mist Dolly Wollam of! Moreland and Miss Gloria D Sll- their trailer to stay 'here until Holland. ;I Dock Associates, Mr. Umstead is
'" Homestead, arrived Tuesday to velra, are guests of Mrs. Sylvia the middle of March. I listed as chief engineer,Oberlin M.
spend two weeks ben visiting her Atkins. Mrs. Moreland has lately\ I I Mr. and Mrs. Truman Royal and i Carter as consulting engineer and
Mrs. Ben Archer hat been Ill
1 another, Mn. M. P. Wollam, on returned from a trip to Honolulu.Mr. i daughter arrived Monday from i
since Tuesday with a slight attackof John as patent attorney.
East Campbell road. Fort Mytn. They are staying at
.. and Mrs. Thomas Doyle arrived I Influenza.Mrs. the Palms HoteL 7;]
Mn. Kelsey Gardner and her last Thursday from Staten Fred Jordan of Goulds I Mr. Umstead Is understood''to
children John and Ann, left Island, N. Y, to spend the winterat I was taken to the James Archer Miss Isabel Becker of Miamispent have been a long-time advocate } '
.,: Wednesday for their home In their home Rosemonf on I Smith hospital Tuesday for medi- the k- (' Jtere with her of drydocks at Key West or other
;Washington, D. C, after spending Coconut Palm drive. Their daughter cal treatment I mother, Mn. .Chal'lt.. .; Becker. places on Florida's coastline that M
several months with Mn. Gar- : Betty Ann, arrived here Tues Mr And Mrs. lit Munson of would be capable of handling
dner' mother, Mrs. H. H. Ewing day. Mrs. W. E. Gaby hat been returned ,North Haven Cora. spent the ocean-going steamships of luxury
Of Homestead. to her home In Redland week-end at the home of Mr. and liner type. He tint went to Key
I Mrs. E. J. Dyal will leave Fri- after undergoing a tonsil opera- Mrs. Hobart BrocketL They alto West in 1898 as an engineer for
Prof. X. S. Shelrey of New York day in company with her daughter tion in the James Archer Smith visited In Key West before returning the U. S. Navy Department, he
It spending a week visiting his Nina, for Gainesville, ....,I hospital last week. to Connecticut.: says.
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mn. where Miss Dyal will enroll In
Mr. and Mn. N. Q. Ball had ;;;
I as Mn. Jack left Tues
Frank Hausman. Prof. Shelrey Is Brenau College, r
guests Thursday. Mr and Mrs. C. day for her home in Lynchburg
head of the engineering depart -
ment of Cooper Union in New Henry r. Alleman and Fred I, W. Dally of Fremont, Ind. Va.. after a visit with relatives Shower Curtains

York. Markwardt, both of Chicago, are' here.
spending several weeks in Home i FLORIDA CITYBy 5 Colors to Choose From
Mn. Win. Dlckson of Rahway, stead. Mrs. W. W. Severs I Homestead Boss j
N.J.. arrived Sunday to spend several I By Jack Kemp
... $1.95
weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mn. Vanyard Collins Mr. and Mn. Dwight Sumner -- -
frank W, SUllman of'Red land. who have been visiting Mr. and arrived this week to take over themanaement I Mr. Edwards talked about our
Mn. C. J. Parman left the first of the Palms Hotel record books. All of the boys but
Mr. and Mn. John W. Hastingsof part of the week for their homeIn two have them up to date.
Seaford Del.. arrived Wednesday Toledo. Mr. and Mn.: J.: B. Osteen of Mr. Edwards talked about having -
for a visit with the Rev. and Frostproof spent several days here I a club of Just of one thing FURNITURE CO.
Mn. A. M. Vivien In Redland. Allen Armstrong son of Mr. and before leaving for Princeton where I AH the boys said that they could
Mn. H. J. Armstrong of Redland they are employed.Mr. raise chickens.

Mn. George Buhl of Ocala sister who was connected with the Key, ,, ,, . ,,
and Mrt. A. Plano and '" "" '' '" '
of Mn. M. M. Ramsey of Red- West Citizen for three yean, Is a
land, returned to her home in Ocala now holding executive position party of friends from Syracuse :
last week after a visit at the Ram- with the Little River Sun. I N. Y.. spent the past week visitingMr. Brooker Lumber Co. Inc.For 4
sey home. and Mn. Joe Torclse. .

Mr. and Mn. A. L. Lanier and R. M. Biurquln of Jamestown Quality Lumber Call This Number
Kenneth Stone, his father C. L. Mr. and Mn. James Roberts and N. D, and Wm. Pollard and Lionel
Stone, their Clifford Crelgh daughter Carol, Sunday visiting
guest spent Myers of Frostproof are recent arrivals .
ton, and Joieph W. Lowe In Danla. In Florida City. PADTI. TOOLS

In Key West Wednesday Vlalted. : HARDWARE I 62 SASH.. DOORS
': week. Mrs. J.D. Redd is ill at her home' Mn. J. Tolletlne of Walled
this week with influenza.H. Lake, Mich., arrived Friday for a F. H. A.LOANS A. B. C. LOAN- -
Mr. and Mn. J. Angelina of I visit with her titter, Mn. Walter

Homestead announce the birth ofan I H. Whitehead of Princeton Schutt. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDALet's

eight-pound daughter, Sandra:: spent Sunday in Belle Glade. I_ Mr. and Mn. A. D. Shirret of , , , "" ,..
Judith, Friday in the James

Archer Smith hospital. I Miss Caroline Thomson of Mia-1 1I

.* I mi will be the guest of Miss Geraldine -1I
Mr. and Mn. M. C. Jergenson Reitz this weekend.Dr. I
.i of New York have taken an
| ment the home apart-I I
'- at of Mrs. Haynes Kendrick of New
Edwards. Mr. Jergenson It a govJ York Is visiting here with his
{J. eminent fruit Inspector. brother-in-law and sister Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Mills, and another: All Get Behind
(; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bylngton, Jr,: sitter, Miss Eleanor Kendrick.
r and their daughter, Virginia I
Claire, have returned to their I Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Holbrook of
{ home In Montreal after visiting Wlnaton-Satem and guests, Mr. and This Slogan:
Mr. Bylngton's aunt Mn. Chat. Mn. Henry Mickey, are spending
Camp In Redland. Mn. Walter I
Friend, of Winslow Aril., U visiting I I

property Mn. the Camp recently while acquired Redland It 'II c. J. BROWN CO.

if: being improved. ; I'I "Send Redland District Fruit in

Mrs. Vlvlara of Miami' Refrigeration Service
has been spending the week visitIng -
her brother-in-law and sister', I ElectricalContracting your Gift Boxes. It carries
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dyal.

I Mrs. W. E. Rheney; Is 01 at her I better--arrives in bet-

home Biscayne drive with, In- I CAVES BLPO.
s HOMESTEAD PHONE SJ411ST ter condition"Let's
f ;
f Mrs. A. D. SUverta of Key West,
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see that this fact "gets ,

across" to the thousands who
nt. Year Baser h .tf. tint.J .
SMfritsI .....tel twist ft '
sail red ft*, .m .... .lj tstftuts :; come to Miami this winter.
*vast M 1M tsrrast M IN '
ear fs Is start tstt.:IstsrMs
*** I off II UN get flays
Os mew MSBstii. Mtrbft .**.
er thru yes> Tn IM ttfttt M i

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Page Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, January, 24,1941_

I.. Social Events in South Dade . .




Reams of Washington, D. C, who -
two hundred members of women, which I have always felt are spending t week with Mrs. Miss Joyce Julia Hilliard, daughter ; childhood. He attended Eedland
the Dad County federation of i a necessity. Reams' mother, Mrs. A. A. Payne, II of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hilliard School and Is, now in the produce ,
Women' Clubs attended! a business "When a man enters the army were honored at a dinner end of Princeton and Curtis Anderson business with his father. r"!
meeting of the Federation In the I he Is sent to the troops for train. bridge party Wednesday eveningat son of Mr and Mr*. C. T. Anderson The young couple will live in
Homestead Methodist Church Ing then If he is eligible, to a the horn of Miss Bertha Nil of Naranja, were married Sat- Princeton. A
Wednesday morning and later I branch school such as to Fort Hausman with Miss Hausman and urday evening it 8 o'clock at the
luncheon at the Redland District Bennjng for the infantry, Fort Miss Katherine Davis as hostesses. home of the bride's parents by the ART CLUB ANNOUNCESLECTURE t
Chamber of Commerce building |Bragg for'the artillery, or Randolph Miss Emily Payne and Prof E. Rev. W. L. Crouiewell pastor of ; MONDAY EVENING
and a motorcade through the dis- Field forjhe air corps, If I man !& She Ire, of New York were high the Princeton Church of the Nazarene John Stefanko will lecture to '
trirt. The Woraan'i Club of Homestead shows ability he Is then sent to the score prize winners. Mr. and Only close relatives and the Homestead Art Club Oil the A
wa the hottest group. _field officers' school!, then to the Mn. Reams were presented I gift. friends were present principles\ of composition M applied
At the morning session It was i army war college In Washington Present were: Dr. and Mrs. The ceremony was performed In to pictures at 7 o'clock Monday
announced that plan had been] D. C. Some go to the Naval Frank Hausman, Mr. and Mrs the living Toom under an arch attractively evening in. the Chamber of
completed whereby domestic stan-,College at Newport to learn to Sid Reams, Mrs. C Hagler Rice, Mrs decorated with ferns, Commerce building. Everyone in
dard health cards, promotion, of I the navy department. After corr. Payne, Miss Jewel Turner, Miss roses and gladioli. terested.Is ,lnvlt4-to" ttend.:
which was adopted as I project at!pitting the Army War College, Payne, W. A. Kopp William Mt, Stefanko Is teaching: the '
the previous federation meeting I'a man may be placed in one of Payne, Dr. Haynes Kendrick of Mrs. Robert Lance played' the local art group during the absence
may now be obtained, with x-ray 1 five sections: personnel!, intelligence New York. Prof. Shelrey and the nuptial music. of Clarence Wooton. Classes. ; begin
examination of the chest and blood training, supplies or war hostesses, The bride entered on the arm of *_t :8,30: and 7 o'clock,
tent among the requirements !plnns." her father who gave her in marriage. -
The x-ray |I. Important, it was With Miss Ethel Anderson at sister BRITISH WAR RELIEF
the great increase In the The Calendar
pointed out. to prevent the dangerof army In connection with the' of the bridegroom, and L. SOCIETY.TO BE FORMED
employing persons afflicted with defense the moot Acre of Fort Lauderdale, a cousinof A.: branch of the'-Britfsn' War
Jan. 24. the bride the ittend'ants.Th. .
tuberculosis. Meeting of Homestead were
difficult activity Is the development Relict Society will be organized In
Cards may be obtained at the of munitions of war, the Art Club at home, of- Mrs. Alex bride wore 's white\ crepe Homestead Friday, Jan. 31, la the
following places, according to Information speaker stated. The goal of the Hemmings.Jan. ensemble and whit accessories: Homestead Woman's Club buildIng -
given out at the meet. office of production Homestead Band Par and she carried a bouquet of ore at 3 o'cl ck-Mrs. L. E. Mangus
Ins: Miami Beach X-rsy and Clinic meht, ,a committee appointed manage by cots Association "white elephant"sale chlds and roses. Miami chairman, will assist In the
for whit In Loaner building.
domestic living'on the president Is the production of Miss Anderson wore a blue ensemble organization.Any .
Miami Beach Dr. J. O. Jan 27--;-Meeting of art class In
: W.
Rash guns tanks planes, etc. in the with matching accessoriesand one Interested In knitting
301 Chamber
of Commerce
Huntington building, Miami, shortest possible time, the colonel building at carried a bouquet of roses. or sewing for the cause ii invitedto
for white domestics living In Mi- J.30: ; lecture at 7 o'clock. I
At the reception which followed attend. Wool U furnished and
ami; Clinic. 711 said.At Jan 27-Meeting of Choral Club
x-ray N. W. 11thstreet
garments are cut, to b*
Miami, Wednesdays from the business meeting Mrs In Homestead High school music the ceremony Mrs. C. A. Under I t }
I a. m. to I p. m.,, for colored do- Foulk made the welcoming speech room at 3:45: o'clock. I wood, a sitter of the bridegroom sewed it home It
and Mrs. Alexander Orr and Ml** Louise Chambers presided t--
mestics. No locations In Homesteador Jr.. there Jan. 28-29-Work meetings of I
at the punch bowl, and Mrs. CHORAL CLl'BMEET
response Redland ,
other parts of South DAde Home DemonstrationClub I
lilted Reports were given by the presidents In Redland Church at 1:30: i JH. C. Platt of Miami, an aunt of TO MONDAYThe
The cost of the health cards will of clubs that compose the o'clock each day.* I I bride, served the wedding 1, Choral Club of the Monday
Jan. 29 [cake. Music Club will meet Monday afternoon *
be $3 for white domestics and $2 federation -Election meeting of I
for colored, with payment of the .Mrs Elfie Sutherland, chairmanof Redland W S c. S at home of Mrs. The bride was born In' Prince ,, at 3:45: o'clock In the
fee to be arranged between the! the public Institutions and health fritz Jackson. ton. She was graduated from Red- music room of the Homestead High
employer and the employee. Jan. 29-Official visit of grand land High School In 1937 and attended School. Mrs. W. B. Mills, director
Yearly committee reported on the work I
I matron the. Miami Business Col requests all members to b* 1'C
renewal will be required unless being done for tuberculosis to Ad Astra Chapter of 1'a
the examination or circumstances I tlentl. pa- O. E. S. lege. For the past three years she present 1'r
require Jan. Organization of branch has served is bookkeeper fort
a more frequent ,
There la no law requiring check-up th Punch was served to all thee of British War Relief Society a I Goulds Supply, Inc., In Goulds. 1Jir' nte
delegates at the church, and I I
will health begin card an, but educational the federation campaign triub-ulaM and'a tW Mrs.of patuasazd Foulk. seam gales cor- I ing.o'clock In Woman's Club build I The has bridegroom lived in ls Naranja from,Georgiabut since ;:; -+ IIt d

to get every member to sean t Jan 31-Dade County Council 11
example by having her domestics of Home Demonstration Clubs
examined.Col. 1 MISS INEZ BEVIS WEDS meeting In Homestead F. F. A.
Elvld Hunt of Baltimore a i ROBERT TAFFE OF MIAMI clubhouse.Jan. DIXIE DRUG t.
retired officer of the U. S. army'1 Mr. and Mrs. J. R. BevI recently . 31-Benefit supper of W. 7r.
who la wintering In Miami, spoke I announced the marriage of W. F, C. In Florida City. JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSON
at the luncheon on "The Confidence their daughter, Inez, to Robert Feb. 3-Junior Woman's Club Homestead Fla. Phones 30 and 1101 !r.I
In the American Army."I Yaffe of Miami. business meeting at 8 p. m. ]
Councilman W. R Bird substitut The ceremony was performed Feb. S-Program meeting of 500 Mans JC Jc
ing for Mayor T. J. Harris, mad a Jan. 2 In Fort Lauderdale by Judge Homestead R P. W. C. In Chamber FIRST AIDQUIKBANDS FACIAL TISSUES Jto
brief address of welcome and Mrs Boyd Anderson In the presence of of Commerce building at 8 0D

James I* Bird, president of the Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Townsend,' p. m. A bandage all ready Soft tender as skins.down Strong for tot toJ.
Junior Woman's Club of Home brother-in-law and sister of the Feb. 3-Homestead Band Parents when' you need it. and very absorbent ItA
stead gave the Invocation. The bride, Miss Edith Be vis, a sister of Association meeting J.f
federation president, Mrs. Sydne the bride. and H. Yaffe a brotherof Feb. S-Y. W. A. meeting. 13c 2 fer 2Sc 25c f

L. Welntraub, presided. the bridegroom. Feb. Meeting of W. M. U. a1XAiL QUAUTYRiket't .
In, the Chamber of Commerce+ The bride has spent most of her circles.
building a display of fruits, vegetable !I life in Homestead, and she Is I Feb. Meeting of Legion Aux- Floor-brit f
and Jellies was arrangedat graduate of Homestead High iliary in Legion Hall at 8.00: o' fI
one end Table decorations were School and of LaFrance Beauty clock. PETROFOI LIQUID WAX I
grapefruit bowl filled with cut School In Miami. For the past Feb. Meeting of Homesteaded Tasteless, odorless. Dries quickly to a
flowers and surrounded with three years, she has been P, T. A. executive committee. TMnonhabitformbard lustrous fining '
airing beans, and tangerine and at the Red Cross Drug Department Feb MeeUng of Legion Auxiliary way to relieve Ish. Try It.Mascot's .. 1
heads of lettuce were given as Store In Miami. in Legion hall at 8 p. m. constipation. Fuss '
favors. The name tags worn by The bridegroom came to Miami i Feb. S-Pioneer Guild meeting t 49c FULL PT, 69c 91ouu
the delegates represented different three years ago from Boston. Theyare at home of Mrs James PritchardIn otr.ut. 'tJ
crops grown her. at home to friends at 283 N, E. Miami. -
Twentieth street. Miami Feb. 8 Junior Woman's Club a4t
Mr*. T. L. Almond
Hodges won piano
barn dance In Chamber of Commerce )
accompaniments by Mrs. Foulk HAND LOTION
I BRIDGE CLCBHONORS building. -Puretest Vitonla
tang "Call Me Tonight" and 1 jJ
"110m In,." VISITORS Give your hands
I The "Wednesday prop*? care to A and D TABLETS "
Bridge Club
Guests who mid short speeches help keep then j't
it the luncheon wen: Mrs. T. V. honored Mrs. R. T. Holbrook and beautiful. i Both these Imper
Moore, national safety chairman; Mr*. Hoary' Mickey both of Win. 49a Ful pJrrtHtXAU t tart vitamin In
Mra. Johnson Pace, Royal. Palm ston-Saleflf. at a party this .week QU IITT I one tablet Low
State park chairman; Mrs. Lon I given by Mrs. W. J. Clark sister "t vitamin pre
Worth Crow, state' chairman of I 191 Mr*. Holbrook who with Mrs. teas COLD TABLETS cost f Ief 1t

resolutions; Mr. M. B. McDonald.I|Iin Mickey Homestead.spending several months SPECIAL Get at that e $I SI2I DOME. :
state chairman of Juniors; Mn, 01 101
Mark Brown, parliamentarian: High score prizes were won by for It settle Jti

Mr*. T. T. Stevens, scholarship I Mrs. Frank Hausman and Mrs IleSIZIf
chairman; and Mrs. Louis Lan- Holbrook and second high score ,., TIN Of M | /C f s. r i;

ford, chairman of the Children's prizes were won by Mrs. Paul I
'Reynolds and Mrs. hkf8 .es.
Charter League of Dad County.'In .i Mickey.Present 1a1lilQ wa aw.of dlswiethod' '
'i were: Mrs. A: M. Logan Et eqswgrd AGA-REX Pi/r tesr iefW$R1 t
order for the government to Mrs. B, M. Hindman. Mrs beat:: : . Cool 1
do a good Job of' tke national, defense -I Gen M Frlck. Mr*. C Hagler Rice, role.f oaafababieI For Constipation relkf. YEAST TABLETS 1
< fcwgram the1 publiv, must Mrs, CUL StefftraVMr'Howard A d-llekxn lasting emuU 1r 1
haw confidence In ,the al'lllT.II Johnson, Mrs. Geo. N. WakefleM ,Urt1ft sian that get re Easyt get the Wsfltsf 1t
said Col. Hunt In his address He,,I'Mrs, ,Hausman Mrs. Holbroot salt*. yeast viusatas, -

'retired two years ago after four,Mrs. Mickey, Mrs. Reynolds and put tt saint this into way.towpl'eselphlhale Big seer
years as head of th* military de*'(Mrs. Clark.Irl .
pertinent at Berkeley College, CaL, No SIZI 90113t.
where he had 14 assistants help. AM ; open
Ms.-e warns
him train 9,000 men in >
lug young rr JAoonarcI.W.UaIlr 89C
: Felt. n:
the Reserve Officers Training AU 'SIJeAUTY 49c
Corps I II -
.......... as fro avsmi"wr PARLOR a, ttsaSt i-owct g ,
There are more than 90,000 R. O. ...... w 11-9060"a se rt
I>U MiCnry Am*
T. C youths who are second lieutenants -I a. IL. 710114 .. ter". tr, AHn ......*. O-mrA-jc we
," laid CoL Hunt "but Ca.N.e.er Aar C.MpMad ,.... *.-w 1<
them U no such training for young I a..6" r.eaa .





," :Fritfa". .Tanmrv 1.1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADE .ENTERPRJ F. Paw Sever.

: Social Events I JUNIOR MMVMTT Ing Tillie":three-act ClfB. will comedy COMEDYA TO be SPONSOR presented, "Tantalli I li i CLASSIFIED ADS II

I Homestead Feb. 2( with' a cast o4J JUTE:Tint Insertion 104 a line; subsequent ,Insertion

the selected Junior Woman's from this Club community decide t 84 a Wo

: social held
It a meeting Monday
I,evening In the Tropical Cafe. LOST
Prizes In rummy were won by::
Y FOR RENT-2 rooms!, modern S LOST Red Jersey heifer calf;
Mrs. R. E. Sherard Mrs Burls
i I U West. Roberts road, lit how was wearing black leather collar
Dtndy. Mrs. Fletcher Bryant Mrs,
I I[Ernest Sherard, Mrs. Virginia Walton .' on I'M north of Avocado with abort rope. Notify Red.
The South Dade Garden Clul> Garden Club's exhibit at the 'I, (pj24) land Cafe. (pJ2)
Mrs. Bruce Ennlsj, Mrs. T. J, I
) voted Monday to take a member> Fruit Festival, announced the ap i
Walker Mrs. E. A. Buchanan and jl{ 'OR SALE OUST
of the following assistants :
hip In Fairchild Tropical Carder i pointment Miss Ellen Huff. The door prize
and to buy for the club UbrarjBailey'f r : Mrs. E..J. Norman Jr. Mn. l!
was won by Miss Geraldine ReiU,, ,10. down and $10. monthly full LOANS
"Cyclopedia of Hortltul.hire. .. Henry Ruegg, Mn. Fred Fuchi, I Mrs. James L. Bird, Mn. Augustus .'I I price 250. buys 5 acres on west
." Mn. Elberta Bule, Mrs. Heinlein I LOANS TO BUILD MODERNIZE,
aide Richard
Wynn and Mrs Edwin MeCarrah 'I| road 860-ft. north
The meeting was held at thi 11 I and Mn H. J. Derbyshire. were the hostesses. of Howry drive. H. &: N. Llch- REPAIR Residential Grove

I home of Mn. O. W. Calklni o n i Mn. Ja.. McCready was ap- I I tenberg, Congress Building. and Business Property

West Palm avenue, and Mn. Caskins' : pointed' to locate a permanent Miami. From $30 to $5OOo-from 6 mo. to

daughter, Mn Herman Heln-. i meeting place for the club. :ART CLUB TO MEET 5 yean. a

S, leln, was hostess. Mn. Roy Matthews i Mn. Fred Fuchi was named ]!IV: COl'LDS TODAY 'r FOR SALE-Used ell and electric No Down PIIment.-No Red Tape

.. the president presided. (publicity chairman. Mrs. Alex Hemmlngs and Mrs !' .to\'... Smith-Grave rurnl.I SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

;. Mn. Grace McL, Smith read ar i Llvlstona chlnensls palms were I II Maud E. Chandler will entertainthe | Lure Co. (d3tf) $200 for SO mo.-Repay $039 mo

article on birds i distributed to the members by Mn. I Homesteod Art Club at the 1 $500 for 36 mo.-Repay 15.97 mo.
Mrs. R. J. Shepherd was -. ;Heinlein. PURCHASE New $1,500 for 60 mo.-Repay $3250
I. appointed 'home of the former In Goulds this 5-room house with 211 acres.House i
to the Identification com. Announcement was made that afternoon. mo. ;

"7 mlttee to assist Mn. Heinlein, the i ;the February meeting will be held''I' never occupied; bath, Ask for FREE Estimates )
toilet, electric light, reduced to
chairman. Plant identified were::: at the clubhouse of the Woman's !, Without Obligation .
$\, 00. Terms $1,000 bali I
'!i Ochrosla elllptica, a shrub!! with,,i Club of Homestead Mn. McCready :II i iI HAND PARENTS TO GIVE LOANS can be secured to Modern

han4JOme foliage and ornamental 1 I and Mn Fuchs will be the host-i I WHITE ELEPHANT SALE i 1 lance $125\ 'per rear for S years.. lie and Repair LEASED OR '.
Interest!: No roaches, no terI
f. fruits; Qulsqualla Indlca or Rangoon -i cur Mn. Robinson will i A "white elephant" sale to beheld MORTGAGED Property.We .
olcf mites, no bed bugs. Better act
creeper, a vine with fragrant:; report on b' project of Saturday in the Loaner I also have F.RA. LOANS for
quickly.. A. Cameron Home-
: ,
orange-red flowers; Eucalyptus cemetery, beautification. |I I'I building/ Krome-avenue Is being i lead. Phone 72. (d6tf)) New Hornet, payable monthlyover

alba, or white gum tree, one of the'{ Hot tea and cakes were served sponsored by the Homestead : 20-29 year

1 few Eucalypti which flourish in Two new members, Mn. Chas. ( Band Parents Association Those CHRISTMAS VINE plants and' Let ui supply your BUILDING

,. low country; Mimijsops elengl, a ,L. Ooley and Mrs. Fuchs, were having donations may either young tropical almond trees NEEDS. Prompt Service.

tree whose bark Is used In treating received. The others present were: |I bring them to the building 1 Friday I for ale. Also cuttings of pur- BROOKER LUMBER CO.

decaying gums and make bites; Mn. H. F. Potter, Mn. H. J.i afternoon or net In touch with pie bougalnvlllea. Mn. N. G Phone 62 Homestead Fla, ,

fi; and the LJvUtona chineruis palm ,Crockett, Mrs. Ben Young, Mn.I Mn. W. E. Rheney chairman, it, Ball. 13 N. E. Eighth: St.

commonly called Chinese fan palm. ,Annie R. Butler Mn. Alma Shetz-1 wan announced.The PERSONAL i iI !

y, Mn David Snow and Mrs. A. line, Mrs R. O. Desmond, Mrs. I proceeds of the sale will |ABOUT a 10-room house celled ,

: W. Jones were put on the comm'.t. Matthews, Mrs. Shepherd, 'EO toward payments on the sousaphone I throughout, bath toilet, wired am white, free and 21, mind 1

( tee to arrange the Individual ex. Derbyshire Mn. McCready, Mra'I'. and the band flag. 1, for electricity but not connected, my own business and make an 1

'" hlbltt of potted plants and groupsof Norman, Mn Bule, Mrs. Robinson !: Seventeen dollars and elghty- nice lawn, big barn with cement honest living Loitering under my

Festival. Mn. Smith Mn. Ruegg, six cleared food floor, some pumping machinery; windows tolerated. Will
; plants at the Fruit cents was on the not prosecute -
Mrs Calkins, chairman of the Calkins and Mn. Heinlein. Mn'I'I II' rate given by the association last | also about six acres old grapefruit to full extent of the Uw regardless -
2 acres seedling avocados
of Elsie Hanson.
: person.
I 2 acres cleared. Priced $3,500.

PROFICIENCY TEST IS GIVEN LOCAL : Make me an offer. Owned by _(724)r)

I' 0. E. S. MEMBERS AT JOINT MEETING (,:;;EANFR PRESIDENT COMMITTEES APPOINTS: i I 1 Home an estate..iad.. Phone H. A.72.Jlllt Cameron( ),. WANTED I

i Mn. W.: B. Caves. Jr., who was WANTED-5 to 10 acres pin land

A proficiency test to determineIf (trons of Little River; and Walter; I :elected president of the Gleaner RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for within 3 miles Homestead. If

any penon In Ad Astra Chapterof i Talbott, past patron of Naranjo.Four ClaM of the First Baptist Church tile cheap. Mrs H. H. twin In grove state kind and location.

the O. E. S. Is eligible to holda I I officers who were not present 'if Homestead last month, no- I 1 II N. E. 8th it. Homestead Box A-129 Leader-Enterprise,

state office was given Friday on Installation night were Installed 'no'nted committees at a meeting (a HIlt ). (

night In the I.: 0. Ou F. hall by j by Mrs. Hank assisted by I nf the class Tti...
Mn.! red Mank, .past grand matron !I Mn. J. E. Davis. They were: Mrs. I Mr*. Don T-'botL Mrs Talbott. rus trees and tropical fruit li ItlUKlNU/ WANTED high

of the grand chapter of Florida I E. J. Dyal, marshal; Mn. R. G. :Mn. Orlando Wnllum and..Mrs. R. I;1 a sann Jungle Grove RrdlaiW school and grade school subject

after the regular business meeting Moon, Elects; Mn. Herbert K.tz'I''0. Router were hostesses mid and Plummet drive Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B,

1| warden; and W R. Bird, The chairman are: devotlonil.! Plumrr.er drive and Country

Members of the Naranja Chapter ; :Mn. A. A. Bii'icoclal; Mrs. NOTICE: nf 1"'TITI'T.m' Of tl IT Club road
METHODIST LEAGUES HEAR i iJKEV. 'V W Allan; visiting. Mrs. L. K. .BV "TTAfHMBMTNitlr
also attended to take the test. h hereby liven to H. .. Herk.tV'indpnl .
Those found eligible will be announced j R. F. BLACKFORD BUhop Jr.: and Sunday school and .11 ether peraont ,..." CLEAN RAGS WANTED WiL.
I I The Rev. R. F. Blackford. pastor j t ;roofi Mrc WoUam. ....... that a lull k., kern Inetllvted.. In exchange subscription or idtislng \..-
later. .. Court, for theThlnl
t*? .u. of the Pear
of St. John's Episcopal Church of I Other ..... for clean ra<.. Leader-
officers of ,
i During the meeting honor guests i the grown am1 m>(rirl of Dade Coinlr.Florid.

l introduced were: Mrs. Nancye Homestead, spoke on "A Great:Mn. A. E. Smith vice-president; plaintiff... between and H. H.M W Berk. Vannerkwih.defendantky H Enterprise

RIckard and Mrs. Mank, both Failure and a Great Success. in the Mn. M. A. Murphy, second vice- the lruoam of ;. writ I : attachment mad application. fur n tea flood la .ke ..
Life of Joseph" to the Dade County i iI president Mrs. Cordon Ivey secretary therein! .....,., the MM arf...d..., nil sued ........... Sold leritikale embraces
; ,
Miami matronsof .
Of past grand whkh. writ certain. property of amid defendant the fulli,wing >.rrllMd |.rn|"rle In the
the grand chapter of Florida; | Young People's League Union ; and Mrs. James Roberts, haa here attached and has nullkm Count of [...... slats *f HorUi. ....lti
at a meeting I Sunday in the Florl- :treasurer. iwuktn ky the: defendant .-wI., | Lot Id Hlnrk I, U J.u.. Villa.. a
Mr. Monk, past grand patron of On the grand chapter of Florida; Mn j Ida City Community Church. Mn. S. L. West teacher of the On* III Bed Room eel. County of I).*, Rut if rhtflda.UnleM .
I The union, which was recently I i class .v.- Mteeelleneou Huuerhuld, ..rtltl'I'M -. I I The a.osa.m.nl of said prperly ..n...
a reading on
Mary Ellen Talbott of Miami, past person- ..w defendant and III ether ......... I IInterated .... said rry/nrtto was In the same VI ttrnb
rand organist of the grand chapter formed, la composed of the Young 1 illty. in th.r.fc.r. required. to appear Th... N.I......
Peoples Leagues from Rock' Harbor to the sold union. on or before the tintnil. ; said .ertUI..ta shall b* tt"......
of Florida; Mrs. Robert Bell, Tavernler Perrine Princeton; day In Marrh being' th* third. day ofMerck. araordlng I* .... the rn...rly denrta
worthy matron of Naranja; Mn.lart i! I DIANA CUXTOV HAS A. l>. I".. etherwlee. JadHm*"' ;I: therein will .k* aiM la the hlihnl' kddV
i ; Redland and Florida City Metholdirt mar he taken ky default against ... aatd at the Court h.... rf,.>r en the font MUI..
E.!: Farr of Detroit, past maron Churches. ( BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION drfrridlintW1TMMB. 1<' dar In th* month of Fob....". I <1, wkla hI.
of Detroit; .Mrs, Tom ChapMrs.'Hugo'Vihlen Mn. Charles B. Clinton of FlorIda the H-n. O. H. I...'.... the and day uf F......". 141.Dnted .
: lira .",f the ormM of the Mid Third this Sinn day uf Umnh.r. Mao
.} and .Mrs.E MR, AND MRS.: BEVO WEBB gave a birthday party Satur. 111.,"" ,In amid County and. llulo' J..I I L II. LEATHKRMANClera !:
> Bashor. past grand.matronsf I'lay afternoon .for her little daughter the Ml *f said Court .( Miami ,... <,f Clrrnlt f nr".
Naranja Mn.; Annie Stocks and ENTERTAIN THURSDAY CLUB Diana. ink lath in. of January. *. r>. IMI Dad"* Co.....,. rWUnClreiril ,
; .
OB Court
> Mr. and Mn. Bevo Webb enter' SUTTOM
Mary C Connally past ma- Birthday cake. Ice-box cookies,I "U.'''' of Ik* P..... RealB, N. C. ...,..". D. Co
rm talned the Thursday Evening .... ,,...
candy and punch were' served, Third III. -. 8. 10, 17, II lt>ltor
Bridge Club at their home last : 8oanDo
I and balloons were given as favor ,.. In rus In ",.,.....d i-d..E. Nu/at a APP( U''TlOf
II EMONSTRATIOV:' COUNCItxTO week. Mrs. W, R. Bird and Frank Diana's guests were: Helen ......... I... 14. ,... I. U. '1. 1941. FOR TAX PEED
MEET HERE IAN. 31 Webb won the high score prize for fh.plre .,461. ._... at 1..1
Schroeder, Warren Craves Pal IN rm'IITT J"OGI"x COl'aT. DADS file All
4\ An all-day meeting of the Dad members and Vanyard Collins of I:Qoss, Ssmmie, Stevle and Joe C'f'Il'NTY 'Lo.'n". "......* la hereby store that Rub J arna.koloVr .
Toledo the high score prize for .._ .Mill ., Stale and Count Tom Crrtlll.
r )County Council. of Home ,Demon- Tbrclse, L'lllan! Angellnl Jack R. 1:..... of Jnhn II Tower, PefeaatJKOTICR rate No. 1114. Issued the Ma door of "ori,.
''itrations dubs will .be..held in guests. I Edward Genevieve. and Jimmy !: or IVTFMTION TO MARK AT.PLICATION A. D. IVS7 has filed wme In my trim,
Members present' were: Mr. and'Mrs. i FOR FINAL DIBCHARCEMotfca end his rand..eplk.lh'. lor n la> ded to
I Homestead Jan. 31 In she Future' ;ChandlerRoaarlo LaRocco, Ba-- la hereby. views that I tax filed.. k* n.11I4 Uierean. Held' C.rt/n.ad_ .. >e*
.farmer clubhouse. The Homestead T. J..Faust Mr. and Mn. W.11|bars Turner James Booker, Phyllis my final report and pettrlonft Ibr Final the folk.wlne dierriUd. ff....ertr In the.
E.! Rheney Mr. and Mn. Julian Phekam' aa eierutrli of the sated of County at "..... II'... nf FH rlda. KV.IUTrart
and Redland members will behostessesL Deitz, Carroll Ann and Doris John a. Tower dos ..d.ndrk,1: on Ik.l"th '. And Hint of RIM RoadEatawa.
H. Webster Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. N.I] Louise Arbogast. Helen Hefner dip of Fekrn-r IMI I nnnrr leIh. See S. flat Ui",k I'. Pan It.rootalnlni .
Wakefield Mr. and Mn. Lee H. Moaorakl W F BlnalMi. Fill Judge I.II erne mora ... MM, In
to\ Plans for the meeting were discussed Billy Jean Carpenter and Dicky of Dane raantv.' "....... faftapp.al. of 'M Cosmos of Hade. Slat of Florida
I at a meeting of the Homestead Lehman, Mr. and Mn. Bird, Frank 'and Archie Clinton. mid '1M'1**+,di.rharg* The aamrmrnl of said .".>enr nndnrIkt
Webb and the host and hostess. .. framework of the estate of /iikn It. 1...". said eertlfk-et was In the same of|
club Friday In the clubhouse. Present also were: Mrs. Roy d.-.a.rd. T. a. Mendenhall.
! U 1 Miss Eunice Gndy..coUnly. home Guests present were: Mr. and*,Chandler Mrs. John Craves Mrs. Tllln lad *.> of ....,,. 4041.JANr 'Ualeoi said rerttrlrat, Jkall kennordln real-,. -'
I Mr J. Mr. Mn. P roWEL In lew. the property aWerlhrdtherein
C Parman and
[demonstration agent, displayed 'Margaret Kennedy and Miss Mary <"... t. le. H. Id. IMI' aril k* odd la the hi.....' kklder nl
I samples of garden and house Collins and Mn. Howard Johnson i:Sirpaugh. the Court bass *... on, the lift M".dir
! NOTICI Of APPLICATION In the Month of ........ IF4I, which la the ,
jnarken that members are to make Gifts were received from: Jean FOR TAI DUO Fed day of ........ IMI

the next work meeting; Feb.21 play bridge may make up tables j:Dendy, Wayne Langham, Johnny 'Cknatat file H4II A4tMKolle -Art*, of IMF oMd..".. iw AiftBjajri: !: 5

I ilt .: Grady also cave a talk on of other games for which there and Anita Deitz, Margaret and l. b.r.by close that Ea>l> B.: BoI.. -. of Cli.ull Cart
I atjng tor Health. will be table prizes. Tickets will Ii:Donnalou Sullivan and Kenneth ....W.r M add and Conrr Tai Certificate Undo CoonUf Flurldt.ACETYLENE .
No. HVt |...... Ik* Ma do, ., ,,_ A. a Chas Court 1Ion1. ,
r Present were: Mrs. Carl Anderson. be IOld'at the doer. I Graves. Ifl.. kw filed oanw In mr affUa.. and kaa lip N. t' "OIl&TT. 1\ Co
)fra. J. A Webb Mn T. E. _- .
... .......... . ... ,........ ... .. I
Kirby, Mrs. R. J. Hester Mrs. R. !

LMiller, Mrs O. C.. Radford. Mrs,, DR. R. S. AliEns' J Be sure thai your. err are as
reed aa rear b.alto hire liberal WELDING
EL Edwards Mri.A.. D. amid.
aad Mrs. Ceo. N.' W.ltetielel, presi- DENTIST : j jOOlee totted si lead dance sub year]

dolt. ___ ,-.,.,; , : v. .liB-1'': P.ARCIIER Brand New Outfit I

\ n*_t' a. net* J>. sit .
'A bridge tea for the benefit ve \ AND SON All Work GuaranteedSAM'S
uhlvenlty I 'n.4UrSi S U It '
of Miami win be given
:/by Town and Gown at Miami Klt- Closed Saturdays Consulting Optometrists rHONE 1I1.1t

141100111, Hotel In ConI Gabled! 'on In 4 1\'. Miller BL, Mlaail. FU. GARAGE' I
.Friday: June tl. at S o'clock. I' Free Parking Space I

.. The president. hero Charles teat fianiMud 'toioai tfroaWGlnaeea
Kelly KM N. w. irrn ST.. MIAMI tepalred. SAM ALEXANDER:! Frcp. t
. extends a cordial !invlta.tt ,
to : 2-21.1 _[ t,_... .. 'rIoo A4..l..a 1___
:i the women of Homestead; L--.2.1 I ....... for 0..1. Avocado Drive and Old Dixie IJigh"'IY7.:11

tot attend. Those not wshj! : to .... . ,.-

1 lib'
L " .... ..
YIf/f ::fL "j/ !J .... ;:" ( 1 -

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_Pare Twelve _____ _ January


I J BB Laadram. Reporter

II Redland Rattler r
: l I Our executive committee met METHODIST CIRCLES Mrs. J. W. English, leader. Mrs.
SELECTS NEW NAME J. A. McNelU was elected
Monday night and secretary
completed plant
for selecting: judging teams' to "Harmony Circle" wag the name and Mrs. J. A. Daugherty
chosen by one of the re-divlde treasurer.
represent our chapter: in the
contests be held circle: of the Woman' Society of Present were: Mr. E. F. Mix,
judging to at the
Redland Team to Leave BOX srrreB REPEATED Florida State Fair In Tamp on I Christian Service of the Homestead Mrs. O. B. McMullln. Mrs. O. L.

For Tennessee Sunday Because of the grand success: of F. r. A. Day there, which: I* February Methodist Church when the Showalter, Mrs. D. L. Bowen. Mrs.
met with Mrs. Dan William Sam J.
group Davis Mrs. Robert Glenn
a box cupper held a few weeks 8th. Alto, arrangement '
leader, Tuesday afternoon. Sr.. Mrs. McNeil, Mrs. Daugherty
Redlsnd High School's basketball ago, the athletic department sponsored we.e completed for entering a
Mrs. J. E. Davis and Mrs.
team plan to leave Sunday another such supper In the chapter exhibit of egg In the fu- wa elected secretary English.

scorning for a Un-day trip to T", Redland gymnasium Wednesday ture Firmer egg show held la and treasurer, and Mrs J.

.cue. It will pity several teams night We had larger crowd than connection with the state fair. P. Andeaon, Bible study chairman. BAPTIST CO-ED CLASS

while there. The tint fun I* with before "nd everyone had a wonderful The committee decided to Present were: Mrs. S. E. Livington HAS WIENER ROAST
Mrs. Mollie Wlncste. Mrs. Roy The winner in an efficiency and
Nashville Tuesday night tune. Some of the money
I recommend that our chapter not
Darby Mrs. Ceo Mrs. H.
Smith membership contest of the Co-Ed
raised before wa used to buy new
participate In the Redland Orange
L. Brown, Mrs. Mary Whitchard: Clan of the First Baptist Churchof
Redland Loses Game uniforms for the basketball team. I
Blossom Festival to be held Feb.
I Mrs. A. S. Moye, Mr Davit, Mrs. Homestead were honored witha
In Last 25 SecondsOur 2 to t, because participation there Anderson and Mrs. Williams. wiener roast at the municipal
Lower Grades Profit and in the State Fair and F. F. A. "Belle' Bennett" was the name park Jan. 16

team played West Palm I By Home EC Teachings Day activities in Tampa all within ' chosen by another redivided circle: The losers captained by William

Beach Tuesday night at Weal the same week will be Imprac-1 of the W. S. C. S. at a meeting McDonnell entertained the

Palm Beach. Our boy were aheadat The second year. home economic: tical Since an chapters Tuesday. at the Methodist parson winners, captained by. Mia Elea-

the half, and U seconds before girls have besot working with the state are expected to participateIn age. The name was selected In nore Sullivan.

the fame was over the MOT was elementary grade on a aped the event at Tampa a* prerequisite honor of the founder of Scarlt Present at the party were: Mr*.

tied. But West Palm Beach made health project. Each girl spoke to to other official: r. r. A. College, Nashville, a woman's missionary W. T. McConnell teacher; Misses

the final baskets and the core at a certain class about correct health event later In the year, the committee college. Ellen and Alta Vann. Mitt ElIza-

the end of the fame wa 28-13. habits, and the most nutrition feel that we had belt forego Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg and beth Mcllwtln Mitt Evelyee Del-

Jack Marshall on our team, was foods. participation In the local event Mrs. Julian H. Webster are leader linger Mist Marjorie Redd Mia

the high-point man with five field The girls arranged a tray containing Our secretary reports that our *. Mr*. E. D. Eaker wa elected Lillian Swilley, Mist Sullivan.

foal to hi* credit a healthful breakfast and 140-41 program of work: will be secretary and Mr*. E. S. Capllng- Myron Grennel, Orvil Irwin,

also packed a model school lunch copied and mailed to our state er, treasurer. Marion Drake, Harvey Newton

New Yells Practiced with fresh fruit and vegetables In advisor this week, thus making Present were: Mrs. H. M. Brown. Harold Lumpkln, Fred Arrant

For Tonight's GameThe It They tried to show the advantages ill our member who meet other Mrs.Vlvan Booth, Mrs. Eaker, Mrs.' George Koconte, Leon Dame, J.

of a ten-cent: plate In the qualifications eligible to enter any J. J. Richards, Mr*. Webster, Mrs Q. Caldwell and Wm. McConnelL

cafeteria over merely a hamburgerand other official contest Brandenburg, Mrs. Capllnger and

Booster Club sponsored ,| Ice cream at noon. The elementary Miss Helen Livingston.The I JEAN ANDERSON HOSTESSTO
contest for new yell for ourHomtlte.d '
teachers there I much Marian Fleltas Circle: which
say *
Nlcoll said and JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB
one town In mod-
gsme. The winner, Ila ,
is named In of the late
Improvement among the childrenIn memory
ern Peru water Jean Anderson was hostess to
uses main
Jean Irwin receIved a free ticketto originally
Mr Francisco Flelta met with
choice of food at noon. .
the Homestesd-Redland gameIn laid by the Incai. the Stephen Foster Junior Muslo

Homestead tonight : These teachers have stressed In excavating, scientists found -_. """,,'" -- Club at the home of her parents

The cheerleader have been good health habit all along but It traces: of a civilization that compared I Homestead Girl Scouts Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Anderson on
teem more Impressive to the children
practicing) all this week on many when the older student tell with that of ancient Rome By Mary Suber Scribe Jan. 18.Mn. .
new yells for the big game tonight them One ancient road extended for Julian H. Webster playeda
have found
they such habits
1300 miles and reached Ecuador I. piano solo, "Romanza" by Gnin-

profitable. The high school girls We bought a book called "Gar-
Our girl*' glee club and cheerleader field; Ardel Parlman, a piano solo,
have benefited by the project, too. ;den Flower in Color" by S. A. "To a Wild Rose" by Edward McDowell -
have formed
a marching History has much to of the
say Stevens. It tells about all the
and Clarice Dods<
unit to march behind the band In ; mrrpla-
of the
cruelty: Spaniard toward
the parade In Homestead Friday Into the sixth grade of our school lowers that are common and It no solo, "La TravUta" by E. Dorn.
the Incas, but the fact remains
hat picture of each
afternoon. Claudine Mobly has, Announcement was made that
that the Incas' descendant, the Next week we are to bring
entered the third grade. the group will meet with Noel
Enjoy ShuffleboardAnd : present Indians of Peru, art 80per ,Flower which grow In our garden Steffanl on Feb. 21.
Tennis CourtsOur """" cent of the population while if we are to get a flower badge.
Rj ;;d ij'S;; Others present at the meetingwere
uts In this country the Indian are I During the meeting we lookedat : Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefleld.

new tennis and shuffleboard By Rosemary Bark Scribe fast becoming extinct or absorbedInto a catalogue of tent and decided I lone Rheney., Mary France and

court are now complete, with I the white race, the professor to buy three tent with floor Ruth Rutland Barbara Jean

backstops nets, disks, and cues. The Redland Girl Scouts met In : pointed out. Mrs. Matheson has Invited us Wakefield, Joyce Walker, Rebecca
The students are spending all the auditorium. The meeting! was The whit Peruvian aristocrat to the key again this year. Vara Brown and Noel Steffanl.tion. .
their leisure time on these courts opened by the chairman with the pay his Indian majo domo $8 Rtieney was hostess. [ ,
and month and board; hit cook, $S a We worked on shell which we
are really enjoying them.
singing of "America"Peggy I month and board and lesser servants are going to sell at the fair In our I Monday night on the third
O'Brien made an an- accordingly: Dr. McNicoll and final reading, the vote wn
TALKS ON ENGLISH nouncement of a few camp which I four to two for reduction eliminating -

Our study hall teacher, Mill Lie- a few of the girl are going to said.Water supply of the Peruvian booth.ORDINANCE the necessity, of the president'

feste, spoke to all the English attend Kathleen this summer. I coast, where It never rains, comes voting.

classes this week on words and talk Wagner and gave an Interesting from mountain streams fed by the ....................................
speech. She explained the essentials showed a few continual snow that prevail at ;
of good speaking and exemplified picture: of the different trail height of 18,000 feet Whereat (Continued from Page One)
.Ign*. The leader read
many of our common mistakes requirements -I I the highest mountain In the United part of the council as to what
for several of
In talking. We are lure that the States I II Mount Whitney, elevation amusement citizens and taxpayers
everyone who heard this talk pro- badge the troop 1* planning to 3,000 feet the lowest pass In the might have, and he believed that
on. Rosemary
fited by ItBOTS Henningtonand Peruvian mountains J* 13,800 feet the people had a right to more
Kathleen Wagner lead the high. than one form of amusement providing L .
girls in the
singing of
GIVE PROGRAM I Presiding was the club's president that it was law-ibidlng. 0
songs. Mr*. U R. Becker. Others Council President J. O. Wynn; ,
The eighth grade boys furnished Refreshment were served by the resent were: Mrs. Lonnle L. then called for a vote on the question
hostesses Eliveria and Grace
the assembly program last Burry Hood, Mrs H. G. Thurman, Mrs. with the following result: For
Friday morning. The devotionswere The meeting was closed: with Paul Reynolds Mrs. R. J. Elliott, reduction Councilman Henry
singing of
led by Junior King. The Rev. "Taps. Mr*. J. G. Wynn Mr E. B. Blackburn Brooker, W. R. Bird F. B. Rue and
W. L, Crtuswelt spoke to u* on Present were: Evelyn Cowman, Mrs. B. M. Hindman Mr*. T. E. C Chronlster; against reduction Chiropractic !
Joy Lee Sarah
"Preparation of Youth for the Vlhlcn Rosemary 'J. Bleler, Mrs. James L Bird Miss Councllmen Kirby and B. W. _

I'\I11Uf.." Mr. Crauswell 1* pastor lennington ally( Lou Kathleen Wagner, Josephine Cook, Miss Margaret florris. On a previous reading a Keeps You Fit!
of the Nazarene Church In Bryant Grace Burry, Ames, Miss Lois Behrens_ Ben tie vote had been broken by President

Princeton Mr. Gray led the assembly Rosemary Burk, Peggy O'Brien Archer and Dr. McNIcoll. Wynn voting for the reduceMWESOMMENOMW Chiropractor uses his
Marie Rogers, Kathleen Campbell THE
In singing some of our Eliveria Burry, Charlottes Murray .. o hands only, applying
favorite songs. Mrs. Cray called Mrs. : them to adjust the spinal vertebrae -
the Girl Glee Club to the stageto tle ,Kerfoot.Gossman and Miss Myr- EDWARD STILING : out of an abnormal po

give a demonstration on the to correct position ;
correct way to ling "Neapolitan i lIan't function. By doingso

Nights. The Glee Club sang it PERU : he, relieve the pressure ;

through once and the assembly REALTORReal I from Impinged nerves and allows -
joined in the chorut. The cheerleaders I the nerve force to flow
(Continued.from One)
led the assembly In a pep ePage : without any obstructions. .
our summerTOne
) Peru It
meeting to arouse enthusiasm for General Insurance
the Fort Lauderdale but having Its Wttftr when we are Estate i Hem: .:11 to It; ate 11; I
game, -
having our summer. A little distance : 888Tuesday
due to the cold weather, Fort Lauderdale -
wired that It would be unable into the hills from Lima, NOTARY PUBLIC i I'l1 to U; S t.8:36atadarv S

to come.KLEMENTART. ant however sunshine.one break into brllli- Cor. Palm A fe. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla. : by AaveJataseat

cool winters of equatorialPeru

SCHOOL NEWS are caused by the cold Hum- !Dr. R. J. Elliott!

fourth moldt Current, temperature 40 degrees '
Mrs. Furry' and fifth 1 Arcade
i MeCrcry
grade enjoyed a talk by Mrs W. which flow near the coast, NEWS =| HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA J JI
W. Woodton la which she told and this same factor I II responsible THI WORUjJGOOD .. ..........,._
many Interesting thing about her for the exceptionally mild II.

trip West last summer. She showed summer 13 degree, with This temperature 82 to THI CHKriAM !llrTci MONITOR

the children salt from the Great "hottest weath-
er" occur In January and February r G. BALLNOTARY
Salt Lake Indian relict, baskets NEWT.
he aaid. I
and many other things which: characterize
The loess had a dvtlixatlon In
the West. PUBLIC
i' Peru for 2,000 yean before the
Mrs. Ruttel1 second grade bas I
a very beautiful and interesting Mating of the white man. Dr. Met -
display of sea shells from the av fiea.a.w tcuar>sa I Fire Insurance and

West coast This display Include inn, I
m Am
sea urchin coral and other Torner's Fa eralB..e > r sees Kindred Lines

unique and beautifully colored

and James McCoy from lady Attendant J..... UN .. ..... U N. Emma A"r. .
Canton. Ohio, and Donny Lance Phone IM-R Homestead Fla. v .

from Fort Pierce were welcomed:



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