Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00479
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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: February 28, 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.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00479
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Pioneer t7erfda's Tabloid. DEADER IsZ ENTERPRISE hEF:


Greetings to Fruit Festival Sent '

By Roosevelt, and Vice-President i


I Test Florida City Wells DISTRICT'S 12TH ANNUAL FAIR


BIDS ON PIPE Sarasota Has Nothing on Homestead;_ EXHIBITS IN HOMESTEAD

Chimp Wedding for Monkey Jungle


I There will be an ape "wedding"at I log written, visited Monkey Jungle Schedule of Mass

Monkey Jungle about I :year Saturday, accompanied by a baby

TUESDAY from now when Jimmy. lovablesixyearold chimpanzee she owns. VisitationHOSPITALITY
be Frank Buck wild life explorer,
chimpanzee will
paid his first visit Sunday to AIM OF
(mated with Mary,chimp who ii six Monkey Jungle which numbers B.P.W.G VOLUNTEERS

Returnable] to U. S. Navy, yean his tenlor. To take the place among its inhabitants animals he

Co-Sponsor of 135- of Jimmy as a playboy with the brought back with him from his Hostesses and Information
"bring 'em back alive" trips and
Joi. Dumond In Septem-
Mile Project sold to Joseph DuMond Monkey Office to Welcome.]
I ber. acquired a baby chimp Bubbles -
Jungle owner, who makes regular Questions
KEYS COMMISSION who It one and a half years buying tours of this country and
old. She was mascot of the Miami Central America to obtain President
rare Roosevelt, Mrs. Roosevelt
I air race January. specimens for his menagerie.The and Vice-president Wallace
Mrt. Gertrude who
13,500,000 Water Line to brought up and trained Gargantua DuMond Monkey Jungle, have sent their greetings to the .
"where humans caged and themonk.y.
the Rivalingaircuegorilla,-about an Twelfth Annual Redland District <
'Have Diameter df 1 1 .run free", has become the
18 InchesTest whose "wedding" much U now be-cormmercial Fruit Festlvel, opening at noon

i showplace. Sunday there Saturday March 1, and closing at

wells are being pumped 24 11 VIE FOR TITLE were 700 paid admissions and on midnight Saturday March 8
hours I day at an experimental Monday there were about 200, Mr. The greeetings, received In response -
DuMond said. The Monkey Jungle to Invitations mailed by E.
site southwest of Florida City by OF QUEEN IN P.T.A.!la located on Halnlin drive, a mile H. Gallaher Fruit Festival manager -

exploration engineers for the |and.' half east of Krome road. were accompanied by regrets

United States navy with a view to VOTE CONTESTSwinging Mr. Buck admired the jungle's that circumstances prevented their
determining the supply and purityof Colobus monkeys, a species! which acceptance.
water that would be availablefor because of Its highly-desired fur STILINQ Vlce-preiident Wallace added
the $3,500.000 aqueduct which the spirit of com- has become rare. This monkey j President of the Redland District that he hoped at some Jater'time
will span the 139 miles to Key can not live In captivity In the Chamber of Commerce to visit this district and that he
West as an emergency defense petition with a vim, eleven candidates northern part of this country, Mr. telL sure the festival would be
project. i are out for the title of queen Buck said. THE WEATHER highly successful. Stephen Early

Bids on furnishing the pipe to be!jot the festival In the contest con-I He congratulated the Jungle dean of the president's secretaries,
Vied in construction of the aqueduct -I ducted under the auspices of the i owners, also, on their Diana monkeys 0".1 .......n.I'opeI'Ihe Kamnmi ftubtraplnlEiptrlmmt ,........ also was extended an Invitation,
are returnable to the navy Redland Parent-Teacher Association -I which have goatees, a jet Date I Mex.'Mtn. Kw. fell and replied in similar vein.
department Tuesday March 4. S. for the benefit of its welfare blackball and a pure white "shirt I II I Feb. 2a.. -_, ... 71 51 ;,,30.08)Feb. \ Opened with music by the bands
I front" 21. .. 77 54 of the Redland District's two high
P. Roblneau of Miami, attorney fund. They are Josephine Cash Mr. DuMond's sacred Hanuman ,30.00,
for the Florida Keys Aqueduct I Mary Engle Rosa Everage: Charlotte -'I Langur monkeys, which are Feb. 22 77 40 schools: Homestead High School
Commission said this week. Geronimo, Rachel Goisman allowed practically to take possession I'''Feb.' 23. 72 49 and Redland Farm Life School
Whether the water will be Merle Mizell, Yvonne Pollard,' of Hindu towns and are Feb. 14 7} 47 29 N and a little Informal ceremony by
pumped from the test well site Clara Sayers, Julia Sullivan, Frances Feb. 29. M 66 '29'2'' 0.<1 Edward Silling, president of the
or whether the 18-inch pipe line Walker and Pearl Whitaker. I comment Feb. 28. It 61 ,29 t5 trace sponsoring Redland Chamber of
will connect with Homestead municipal Standing of contestants will be, Commerce, the Twelfth Annual
water plant will be a question posted daily on bulletin' boardat Fruit Festival will be visited by
for the navy engineering depart- the Fruit Festival building Drought and Disease Resisting Lime I thousands who are wintering in
ment to decide from constructionand Contest Manager W. W Allan an- Miami and other nearby resort
maintenance cost data on the nounced and the deadline for I Patented by Ceo. Polk of Homestead areas. Wednesday, March 1, was
respective sources of supply. With final turning in of votes will be scheduled as Miami Three-Score-
a pumping' station at the site southof 6 p. m. Friday, March 7. The queen Patent rights to a new and distinct of Homestead is president has)'and-Ten-Club\ day, with Wednesday -
Florida City,lln'r saving will be announced and crowned at variety of lime tree which contracted with Mr. Polk for the)! evening set as Lions' NI.ht.lor
would be eliminatingthree 10 and at members of the Lions Clubs all
the evening !
p. m. same exclusive right to propagate and I
Is said to be characterized
by resistance
the from West Beach
: Palm
miles of the pipeline construction 10:30: the itubholder winning the sell the newly patented tree, way
to drought and fungus diseases )to Key We kt. Also scheduled for
therefore exhaustivetests : $13985 Philco radio-phonograph which has been named the Idemor
are being carried out there. furnished at cost by the Home among other things, were I Seedless Lime. More than six Wednesday was a visit by the
Key West and all other Florida stead Music Sore, will be an- granted to George L. Polk of thousand of the trees are alreadyin county commissioners of Dude
keys have always had to dependon nounced. Homestead on Jan. 21 by the various stages of growth at the County In a body.
rainfall caught on the roofs With the title of queen the winning nursery. The Homestead Business and
of houses by tin gutters and guidedby contestant will get a $100 United States patent office. Professional Women's Club at Its
The tree
" tin pipes Into cement cisterns,. wardrobe furnished at cost by; Coral Reef Nurseries at Rock- the sport new of lime a budded originated Perilanlime as l own request, will serve as a hostess

for drinking water. Construction Burton's Dept. Store. 1 isle, of which Mrs. W. J. Krome tree In the grove of Mrs. group for the twelfth annual Red-
land District Fruit Festival. The
of the 18-Inch
aqueduct will
that a reservoir of running water mean --_......_,......,,,, ......_..................._ ._..._'_. Julia Polk mother of the discoverer members wish ,to have t hand In
r on. Avocado drive east welcoming the visitors and In helpIng -
will be on tap to the extent of I
of Krome time
avenue some priorto
1,000,000 those who want Information
gallons a day which South Florida 1134. First propagation from
provides for" the navy's utmost maps, literature or assistance of
the original tree was made In October -
? needs as well ae civilian needs ft MARY FE1KELL DICKINSON any sort .
18 H by Mr. Polk in his
In the hostess Mrs.
through many of population group are:
increase. yean This is the lovely Land of Sun . own grove. i,i Ben Archer, club president,, Mrs.
Construction >of the 'aqueduct The fruit of the Idemor seedless|J. E. Caiuens. Mrs a A. Wald-
The land of sky and rainbow
sea lime matures somewhat earlier, Green Rives, Mrs
II will mark the end .f many; yean In. Mrs..
of effort on the part of the civilian Where buoyant life is never done, than does the fruit of the Persian James Neibitt. Mrs. Eva Collins,
population of Key West to secure But forth lime and if considerably more Mrs. Sylvia AUlns, Mrs. Charles
an adequate aupplyi of water. Two spring puts eternally; prolific relates Mr. Polk. Clinton, Mrs. Roy Chandler. Mrs: J.

I, and a half years ao'an aqueduct This is the lucent Land of Sky, "The lime produced on my tree F. Hammett. Mrs. CIlia Stewart,
"r authority.. authorized by special are round la shape..and there are Mre. Virgil Lyon; Mrs. I. P. Mc.
blue and clean and free
act of the Florida legislatureto ,Untrammeled, no Inoonrshsped tip formed en Lean, Mra C U Ootey, Mrs. Don
raise somewhat over 11,000,000 Where shining,clouds pile rtounUin-rrigh( the bud end as In the case of the Fer Byre, Unit C. H. Steffani.) Mrs.
... M. F. White. Mrs Char W. Camp,
to build a line Jar civilian seeds Persian lime be .kI."Wbl
eolj. With the development of This is the land of-rainbow seal l the fruit ls slightly smaller thantoe Mn.A.R.Livingston Mn Eleanor

the present national defense emer- fruit of the Persian lime M Trencher Mrs. Mae Morris, Mn.Comnura .
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Inge Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 28, 1941

Violins Violas and Cellos,1\lade Here

36 ANNIVERSARYOF To Be Played for Blind Fund Benefit Redland Rattler I

I Two sets of stringed Instruments the Lion Club. The committee>> I' DORA SCOTT sad ILA JEAN UWIX. Editor

ROTARY CLUBS mad by Sam J. Davis\ local grove In charge 1* composed of Mr.

owner who Is becoming nationally Davis. V, L. Harris and J. Lawrence ..

known for his craftsmanship, will Scott.The 1 Redland High PlaysClosing ube" by Strauss. The program

The 36th anniversary of Rotary be played by the Davis String Davis String Quartet Is I r closed wflh the spirited singing of
Game ,
was observed in the program of Quartet In a competition sponsored composed of: Director Walter Friday "Cod Bless America. "

the Homestead Rotary Club at Its br the Redland District Lions Witko, violin; James Stanley second These boy who are selected with

weekly luncheon meeting Legion I Club of which Mr. Davis Is a mem- violin; George Lex, cello; and Our basketball boy; beat Poncede great care by Dr. Emmerich !bet.,

Hall Wednesday noon. ber. The contest will take place Jose Gasca, viola. I I Leon boy last Friday night In director, have excellent training

Dr. A. M. Logan gave the history I tin the local theatre on Friday The contest judges will be: V. our second lame with them, in and sing with feeling and rare good

.f Rotary' founding, Bernard night, Mar. 14, at ( o'clock, and c; Squier of Boston and Battle their gymnasium. Near the end taste. .:
Blackburn gave a talk on the International -I the proceeds will be put in the Creek, violin maker; Frank Lar of the last half the score was 23-

growth of Rotary, and club's fund for helping tile blind. don former concert cellist of Paris 23, but Buddy Lindgren made a Homestead Girls Sing

Luther Chandler told of the historyof j,I Each set of Instrument consist and New York; and Irving J. Lyon, field goal and we were victoriouswith At Redland Assembly,

the local club, which received its of two violins, a viols and a cello. former assistant director of Re- the score 25-23.
charter in 1825. I Motor Truck Tuesday night, Feb. 28, we
One act la made of our native public Band that By Dora Scott and IU Irwia
Mayor Frederick Glass of South Swielenla mahogonl, the true ma- toured the United State. play our last game this season The ninth ;
grade girlswere In
Miami told of the possibility of getting hofany, and the other set, of the We are to play Fort LauderdaleIn of the
Increased mall service between I traditional maple.In our gymnasium. We hope to charge assembly program j S
last Friday. Peggy;: O'Brien led.
Miami end Key West by mean of making the violins M-. Davis see everyone out for this last 'In the devotional The
a mail truck equipped like the I used pattern cut for him by a gam*. To celebrate the end of' an 'year Latin class presented a play
railway mail can to handle mall famous London dealer from the eventful basketball season, our
entitled "A Day Without Latin
en route. He had previously received best toned of the Stradivarius ON MIRACLES OF band li going to perform. I In which Ann Shackleford, Peggy -.!'
the assurance of cooperation violin '
I O'Brien. Jewel Hodge, and i
from the South Miami Cham- The viola and cellos were'de- Senior Class Frolics Williams took
|Webster] part The :
ber of Commerce, South Miami signed by Mr. Davis who used his RESEARCH WORKSome On Annual Skip Day Homestead Girls' Glee Club sans .

city council and the Redland District own patterns and melds with one "Song of the Plains", "The Green.
Chamber of Commerce and exception: -th* scroll and neck !''Cathedral", and "Alohoa" !'
Our seniors took Uk Ir arnual
be was assured the Rotary Club and top arching of the cellos dlrector.i'
of the miracle of modern jcompanled by Mrs Mills,
skip day last Monday. The left
; ,
would In the movementFESTIVAL
join which were copied from as.ooocello'
a industrial research were shown This first time of
the school Monday morning I many ushad
Frank Lardon brought here I
and demonstrated to the Redland bicycles and rode around Home this organization sing I

from Paris. District Lions Club on Tuesday stead and Redland. At noon they and we enjoyed It very much. we
Ticket for the contest can be evening by John Pierpont, hope they will sing again for
1 repre- assembled at the school again and us
I obtained only from members of ]
sentative of General Motor left on a truck for a picnic at soon. To conclude the program

I IHnbert Among other things Mr. PIer- Matheson Hammock. Her they our cheerleader led u* In several

(Continued from Page One) I than I* the Persian lime, Mr. Polk pont briefly demonstrated talking went swimming and ate lunch. yells and our school song._ 0
said. over a beam of light, traced the
After that they went to Miami
Katz and Mill Anne Lee.
"Trees of this lime budded on development of the telephone and where they enjoyed shows and JUNIOR CLASS ENJOYS PASTY
At the time of to ,
going press roclutock: of rough lemon, grapefruit electric light from their invention bowling. Our Juniors had a grand time
replies were being awaited to Invitations -I and Cleopatra have endur- to the present Also he ihowed Moat of the seniors displayed avery lat a party Thursday night at the
sent the noted
nationally ed sever droughts with noticeably some of the latest developmentsin lovely sunburn at school Goulds Wayside Park. They roasted -
Committee of One Hundred, ofMiami o
less wilting and reduction of plastic to come from the research Tuesday morning, but other than wieners and marshmallows and
I Beach, and the various state
I crop than trees of ordinary Persian laboratories, one of whichhe that and their being rather stiff enjoyed game and dancing j
clubs of Miami that always attend
limes under the same conditions," predicted would supplant glass
Redland District Fruit Festivals and tired, they all seemed to have
Mid he. I for many uses In the future Beau- survived the holiday.Boys' PRINCIPALS MEET
In full force. : '
The new lime Is said to be highly tiful fabrics woven from thread ob- We had as visitors at Red-,
Inside the front entrance of the I
resistant to bark disease, tained from milk, wood pulp and I ,land Wednesday Supt. James T.
Is the office of the FruitFestival lime Choir PleasesAt
building I commonly the ordinary glass were shown. A material toreplace i f Wilson, Joe Hall from the state

management which will Persian lime. Attempt to Induce commercial rubber Is being Redland ConcertTwentytwo department I of certification and

conduct a lost and found department the disease In the Idemor lime made from coal, limestone and the principal of all junior-senior 0

an Information servicewhere trees by innoculatlora have consistently salt; said Mr. Pierpont and he I high school in the county. They
literature on the Redland I failed Mr. Polk said showed article made from this fresh young facet, met with our principal, Mr. Wagner -

District may be obtained, and .1 Specimens of the Idemor seed- new material. twenty-two clear young voices, at Redland to discus policies
public address system whereby parents presented a pleasing picture and a to be used In the principals' hand .
Jell scientific
lime tree and Its fruit are on J "Through: research,
may locate'strayed children, lovely program of song at Redland book. Mr. Wagner 1 J. chairman
1 |
display In the booth of Coral Reef new materials are constantly .being -
f and vice vlersa I and festival booth School auditorium last Thursday I the committee to revise
I Nurseries Co. at the.Fruit Festival. discovered and produced
attendant may be summoned to evening when the Boys' Choir of handbooks. 1
thereby opening: new fields for
answer telephone calls. la-I Birmingham gave a collection of "
( bor he said. I :
to the Redland District favorites old and
Publicity new. ELEMENTARY NEWS
"New uses for these materialsare
Fruit Festival I II being givenon PIPELINEContinued found in industry which result I This year the boys had with I Miss Kerfoot's sixth grade en!

the radio program of Wrigley's in making products cheaperor I them Miss Faye Little 17-year- rolled a new pupil, Mary
Scattergood Balnei Lucky Strike more efficient old student who sang a solo num-i I Thompson, Monday morning
cigarettes, Camel cigarettes, Camp- ( from Page One) ire these plastics and fabrics being ber and several obligates to group I the Fruit Festival this class I

bell' soup and National Farm gency the navy proceeded to rehabilitate used by the automobile In- songs by the boys. Ed Lowery, boy)I making booklets on Interior decorating

and Home hour. the Key West naval Nation I dustry. But the !soloist, delighted his audience with and furnishing a
principal reason
On the midway will be found I which had attained Import- for this unending research is to 'Last Rose of Summer" and "In- living and dining room. /

the shows and rides that usually ance a* a submarine end destroyerbase I I discover! something to keep the I+.i than Love Call" Mrs. Folk's fifth grade pupils

accompany the better class fair in the last world war. wheels of Industry turning! when I Other numbers especially enJoyable have finished making puppets for
for the entertainment of the young| At the request of the navy, congress supplies of present day material : were "Ave Marie" by their puppet show and are busy,

in years and spirit. adopted an item In the ', may no longer be available," con- :, Bach-Gounod "Lift Thine Eyes" now dressing these doll and
deficiency bill of the 76th congressproviding I cluded Mr. Pierpont I by Mendelssohn and "Blue Dan making a stage.
for an appropriation of I I i_
No regular meeting will be held
$000,000 to build a pipeline ,
IDEMOR LIME principally Tat the Lion Den next Tuesday as I
to assure navy needs, with II
Wednesday Is Lions Day at the,
i( the civilian population to be permitted | Redland District Fruit Festival and I II I ;
to have
I (Continued From Page One) might be had from any surplus a flow of Lions who at the register festival with will SecretaryOoJey be given I A IIn

has the same general appearance 1.200,000 gallon of water a day credit for attendance. I
as the Persian lime and about the through a 12-Inch line Later, efforts -
same degree of seedlessness. The were made through( Florida's x

juice content of the Idemor lime delegation in congress and other I.rof

I is equivalent to that of the Persian means to secure the construction
lime, except that In the earlier of a much larger line by combining

f stage of development it bal more, through. agreement between the
juice than the Persian and other navy and the aqueduct authorityof ea.

I limes."I I Key West the resources of each.

have found that my tree Is Late In January an understanding ROOFINGWORK

much more resistant toill the, wa reached through a confereoce .
fungus diseases that are ao fatal with Secretary of the Navy

to the standard Persian lime. It Knox whereby this would be done, A1tiA

seems that the fungus does not with the navy furnishing $2,000-

attack the wood a* it doe the woodof 000 of the aqueduct cost and the

other lime trees A a basisof 'aqueduct authority would fur- I

comparison, it may be said that fnlsh up to Sl.500,000, which the

my tree i* about a* resistant to Reconstruction Finance Corpora-
disease of the bark a* I* the 'tion would finance. 0I I
round orange tree. | Mr. Robineau said yesterday that > PApt>EO ""Mm 0A T-70 a t.TlR

"To Illustrate the nature of my no hitch In the aqueduct\ commis

tree and Its resistance to fungus: 'sion'* part of the financing .i* anticipated you want done let
I have In the last few year top- RAIN or shine, hot or cold, Atlas carries )

worked over twenty large citrus Specification were redrawn by the man that knows you through- urdy, swiftly, safely. s .The
trees of rough lemon and grapefruit the bureau of yard and dock for J,
character and quality of Ada* tire and bat
II how do it. No 1II
.to my new lime, and they pipeline Inches hi diameter\ job
have made magnificent trees all The navy will buy and supply the tech are best known to Atlas men...:ADd ,

quite clean of fungus. Other, pipe material and tH constructionwork too small or too biff-- look at the dxxwand of coOvmlmd .locatcd y
j and even larger citrus tree top- I will be under contract oh a II I
worked to Persian lime under' bid bads.READ. Prices rikht. II stations where: Ada*'service 4s available. .-: :,

.isBilax aoodiUonsi have been badly -. I II Buy\dalmd you.boy eomfJde satisfaction*.
Infected by tuDruL' THE WANT-ADS I III

The fruit of the tree I* much I" .

nor resistant to fugue thaa .1* , I UEDQIA sit 7t esaaC .tSi>wlea:.>

the fruit of the Persian lime. While GROVES BECKER
M .la well known that the fruit of i Tamer .Facers Home .

this Persian lime tend to decay HOMESTEAD FILLING STATION
on lh* tree, It doe net do so anmy FLORIDA CITY
treeThe ." lady AlteMaM C. B. nCHZNBCKGEK I**pKress. .
Phone 9118
Idemor Urn tree ha prow I Phone I 4-R Homestead Fla I flatter Are Heoietiea, He*

ed much more resistant to drought

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Friday February 2S. 194t THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three ..11.11E.


P. LIVERMORE .Evangelist In Methodist to Preach Church I(LOCAL PASTORS 1

TAKEN BY DEATHIN I The Re.. a W. Stapleton, who ENJOY FISH FRY A Little Bird j

U spending the winter here with I

SOUTH ACTON bit wn-tD-law and daughter, Mr. Told Us
\and Mrs. J. R. McDanieL will AT MATECUMBE ,

t preach at the Homestead Methodist -

E. P. Livermore, 74, former resident Church Sunday at both morning . w7Par..r. .
I of Redland died Tuesday at and evening services. I The Rev former

\I his home In South Acton, Mass, The )tev. J. J. Richards, pastor pastor of the Homestead Churchof THAT friends of a certain chubby-faced grocer who despair of his
:i according to word received here of the church, U Ul with the Nazarene, and Mrs. Parker ever taking the initiative to end his state of Ilnll -bleuedn-, have
Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. O. B. elUl.i Influ-1 entertained the members of the conceived the Idea of suggesting him as a grand extra prix In the

+ Parker from Mrs. Llvermore i The morning topic will be Redland District Ministerial Association queen contest
Funeral services and burial took I,Church in Action", and the evenIng and their wives and friendsat I

j place\ Acton Thursday. topic;; "What Must I Do?" a fish fry at Colson Memorial THAT fear of Insufficient revenue for operation of schools cast a*

Mr. Livermore came here In 1919 I i Mr. Stapleton wa formerly assistant -I I Church In Matecumbe Friday. loner be grounds for objection U creation of Redland County out ef
and bought the 88-acre grove on pastor of Trinity Church In The fish fry followed a Lincoln 'agricultural South Dade,
: Epmore drive which Is now the I Miami but he plain to return to Day address by Dr. J. Vascum anda s 0

S, site of the Dr Carl Robinson grove i,evangelistic work In the West description of the 183S hurricaneby .I THAT when an urgent call for more tickets came from the contest
home. In 1923 he told that place : Edw. Butter I manager who said he had "18 queens on his neck", the printer wondered -
and bought the L. H. Livingston I I i Fern bertsohSpeaks The association! voted to meet whether envy or sympathy was in order,
March 17 in the Florida City Com-
home on Redland road, where he
and Mrs Livermore resided: until 'i I At Youth Conference munity Church. 1

they left this district In 1932 and I 1 I 1 ,j Local minister present Included:
moved bock to Mr Ltvermore'i old Miss Fern Robertson of Homestead I.Mrs Edith Tamblyn, Dr. J. E. .
i was one of six 4-H Club IJohnstone, the Rev George 1!,
home South Acton STOP THOSE SQtEVKStOwners
speakers. from the Florida State!i Ricks, the Rev J. J. Richards' the I, aeu i .
Epmore drive was named for College for Women to take partin who drive
Rev. W. E. RowelU the Rev J. E. I squeaking
I him. a rural ;youth conference held Waller, the Rev. Harley Core, the I :r cart to our station, complainingabout
t. He was a member of Royal Palm i by the club and the Agricultural I,Rev. Geo. E. Deuel, the Rev. A.
Lodge No. 100, F and A. M., Ml- Club of the University of FloridaIn M. Vivien, the Rev. J. W. Porte I hard togrvase parts.drive jI
!gdil Commandery No. 13, Knights Gainesville Saturday and Sun- and Mr. Parker. off smiling In can

Templar; and Maid Shrine Temple.A day.. I I I smooth-rolling, silent as the

brother of the much-publicized The girls arrived In Gainesvillelast stars. Come here first for correct
Jesse Livermore, "boy wonder of Friday afternoon. They were I Air Llner'a Deck --- Car Greasing and Lubrica
Wall street", whose selfinflicteddeath entertained Friday night by the The National Geographic relates
occurred last year Elliott P. Ag Club member at a semi- that when one of the Pan American tion.

Livermore, as far as known here formal dance and Saturday night Clippers was starting for
is now survived only by his widow by Alpha Zeta fraternity at a Hawaii, a steward asked a lady

j a son and a daughter. farmer-farmerette dance. her passenger coat. It he might put away .TEXACO ONE-STOP

"No, thank you," she said. "I'll DONE .& KISSAM.. Props.
i Rector Announces Special Lenten be needing It later when I go out L North Kresne Avenue Homestead, Florid
on the promenade deckl"-Ex.!
Schedule for St. John's ChurchSunday
i ...................................so.eoo=

! evening at 8 o'clock the I Mar. 21, "Ministering to Shifting

. Rev. R. F. Blackford, rector of St Populations and Apr. 4, "Church
: John's Episcopal Church will deliver Serving the Migrants". A special I Laid End to End They
:. a sermon on "China's Antithesis speaker I* scheduled for Mar. 28. At/tit\

( Japan", the first of a series "Mother Church' Belief I* the
of six Lenten sermon* on "Demoeracy's topic announced by Mr. Blackfordfor
' New Ally China". the second of his Wesdnesday: '

i At the Sunday school hour during night Lenten talk on "MotherChurch' lup to a Swell Idea \

Lent special addresses on China Teaching", .an explains
from the viewpoint of young people I Uon of the bishop' study course
I I will be given by the rector "The Holy Spirit and Prayer" is .
! MI\4t\ poxes; will be given out Mar.. the theme for Mar. 12; "TheChristian's We- mean these Four NW Addition to the Buick SPECIAL j
Duty and Discipline,
R. 0 Series that Give Thrill In lot Curbside *
Mar. 'It; "The Christian Talks tGod" 0 you Big-Car Space
Miss Grace Butterfield will
Mar. 28, and "The -o -
duct a' Lenten study course for
preme Act of Worship", Apr. 2. i dock and the flit
member 'Of the Woman's Auxiliary way cart have been stretching way they throufhtraffic :

of St. John' Episcopal Churchon Lock Suspicious TUB lately, it usually take only a it a delight to wheel-weary 8

Wednesday afternoons I o'- "John!" couple of cart to occupy the curb driven. .

clock. "Yei, my dear. : pace of an extension-ladder fire .
The general topic It "Uprooted "There's a corner torn off your When it comet to ftticn .well, 8
Americans". The topic for March t y check. What did 'you ipend truck.. they've lot a 115-hp. FIREBALL eight 8
1 Is "Genesis of Exodus," Mar.
fort"-Pathfinder. : Not with the addition under their bonnet that skims
7, '"The Family Pull Up Stakes";. 10 newest to you I

Mar 14, "Youth on the Highway;I 7K: : I* HEREBY GIVEN: that tnmIntrodnrail the 1941 Buick line. down the road like a mallard heading .

I Into the Lee....,... ofjUU home. You can add Compound Car .
Korira or APPLICATIONcost
of riorMi, session of 1D41 :
TAX DEED \ ...'.., Art pro.ldin for an .... Here we've reverted the trend-just buretion at small extra cost and have 0
FIB No. S40I .' section *S of Chipln No. 11110 Low,
Notice fa hereby glen Out B.IM.fc-l to prove that an honest-to-golly BIG .
.1 lortdo.. of IMS prorljln. forMansur tni 125 horsepower that does things we
Inc. holdor as *M-*** of Evorvlod --k
DriTnuo Tax Certificates Nag. sail, M7I. In the use Tat Collortor.lull car can be built without going over
vrorood with the onlloptlon of CIIITnio hardly dare hint about in print. :
SOU sad OSI. doled the Slk d., of
Au.My *. >nd the publication of the ItaU o( board
D ... : on bumper-to-bumper distance.
IMS. hM 1. MM CortlfleaM
tend) to ko offend for MM for the son
.irk., end.....KM made ppllrtknfor payment ,e Uim. But they're a handy six inches short. :
tax deed to thoroon In nocordaniwwith
Dnwd this 17th clop of Ffbranrr A. D
.taw Bald Corttflimto. embrace tho followlmr : The four new models now adorning cr, bumper to bumper than other
doorrlhtd P.......... ijtualod In Dade I'll.CITY 8
County Florid. to-wit Municipal CorporationBr 8 the Buick SPECIAL Series fit neatly Buick*-a quartet of top-quality car
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Lot 44 J. D To Addn, PUt I
Book *, Pn IIS. lo.*ud In Dads I T. t. HARRIS,.... into modest garages without putting 'in a new and easily-handled tize. O
County Stab of Florid.. M ontkraoodIn IPA.II: M. M.r ,. 14,11, 1.11
crimp in tho door .
Certificate No. IMS Tho s..mour t O a permanent
i .f Mid property ender UM Mid orrtl-. I Tho priceP It'* lower too So better
nab Issued wu l> too soon ., Un>
. known.tot O They slip 'into parking places take a look at the first really BIG car :
S. E: L. Brook'. lokdn. Plot
Book S, P* ... located In Dade : smoothly M a rowboat nestle up to a in this bumper-to-bumper size. .
I Count ..... of Flortd.. m _........ G&LROOFING .
In Conirlenl No. SI7S. Th UMMnontf -
'Mid' property ands Ik* Mid .onlflcM 18 49
Wood WM U tho same of Un-
now*. CO. 0
Lot S. MrClaln'l Mnn PUt Book
I I. Pan S. ........ In* Dd Coont 11"-0 11' TtFt r
still* ., Kbrlil. o* odkraood In CmMUmW -
No. tall Tk *..
I ftld proportr nndof the MM:* = Johns Manville
braid wn* In tho same of w w
4. Lot. .8-41441-16-17-19-19=SS.S. Par Blk lef.-:
IM. ......... I* Dade Coo.tr State ofPbrld Bonded Roofers .
.. *. ontkraent In Certificate No, .
lose. TM .m.memt at mid eap.ety : BUICK PRICIS'
under the mid m.tlfk.l. Iserd.. wm In _.
tho mower Unknown' I
U._ MM Certificates shell W rri-m.dnnoordlnn SHEET METAL CRAFTSMEN
I to .bw, too 4nd will have InoronM
tho loth clop of II....., A. D. IH41DtM I $9is
this lath day of February, A. D. r 0e
1MI '
> E. L LtATHM.AS.Cwrk i Manufacturers of the Famous
r of Clrralt CourtDidt I
, Coa.... FlortU.dmtt forth
t, OMH Reel G&LSOLAR Buick SPECIAL Convertible Coupe with
r Br N. C. nTERRKTT f). C. : Business Coupe
(Folk II. 51. M.P. 1.14. II, IMIINEW.
HEATER Press-A-Buttoll Automatic Top, $1138* *Ji/itxffll"FG",. s

Muk. Suu la*,
la.lkd : iffiHuf iqmfmntnj

G. BALL very Tn eempMe exhibit to visit of Imported cur . ickll, .am.tctnuntt Prim 1"l jd- 4
and aomeaUo tile and '
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Page Four THE HOMESTEAD LF..ADER-ENTEdPRJSE Friday, February 28 1941

LEADER-ENTERPRISE fij =FLOR. OA.HJ .l HLIGHTS:! : 1r (df rJw J I Lights- and Shades... I .

P"hlih.d Pride" It lr"a.t..d, PL..
be the ",otb lIMe P.bti.hpy C.Barr. By Robert Kyle Bent

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111M ARCHER .Pn Unt sad UltorAB70XIK ., P. O Box tea, H+ ftneW6 ria.

_______.a.nMarr and Trwm.r LINES FROM "LOCKSLEYHALL" ti

"was d40R '',
6 Dada Canatr IU* For I dipped Into the future, fag
O.bAd..1 D aoIa Comtl_ ILK 0'i aa human eye could aee. ; ,,
law Saw the Vision of the world and .J.
v all the wonder that would be.
L "Along With Me"
Saw the heavens fill with corn* "ife-
| Br ANNIE HAYKEW riTZrATRICK: merce, argosies of magic sails' .

Always I planned we would grow Pilot of the purple twilight, drop :
old together, ping down with costly bales, '/
I, My friend and I, I
And never once had I considered Heard the heavens fill with shout.: t.
whether ing and there rained a ghastly

n One first would die. dew ,
I Far down the years I thought that I From the nations' airy navies .:'?
we would alt grappling In the central blue; t.r
Beside the fire and sew, crochet : !I.
1 Till the throbbed '
and knit. war-drum n* V*
There placidly relive our yester.years t longer, and the battle-flags were ;,
[ furledIn
\i I ,
11.\ Sharing again our smiles and sight the Parliament of nan, the Fed r ..
and tears.! ration of the world. .
I .
But now my friend refuses to grow It was just a hundred years ago w:
: oldAlong .; .t:=& hat those lines were written by the '!j-
II with me. Bard of Somenby, Alfred, Lori v
She tints her hair until It shines - Tennyson And now, after the :j\:"
like gold 'RAtI( 'QOAtiN"fIORtD, ( J er passing of that hundred yean wa &
I What with I me, S VItf 1>v1Kfto 1"-t-4J '" have realized the fulfillment of '
She says'f.h I've lost my girlish ,A1)MINlS1'QA1l0f'I ( OD most of his vlsloa The great transPacific -

figger, clippers, the strato-llnert, y
Crown far too fat Y4Is the dive-bombers and pursuit 1 i'
The extra weight has made my feet planes are all truly "argosies ot ';:.'
get bigger magic tall.." How many cities In 4
And almost flat. \ O Europe, and Asia, and England -''J.

give tragic testimony of the ghastly -.'
While she U slender still-keeps dew that has rained from the ru-' ;,1tlon.
herself trim. .' air navies) One has but to '4
On a diet. : yf ; turn the dial of his radio to prove
She thinks that I could make heavens to be
myself filled with shoutIng -'
as slim Prophecy and fulfillment! :'I''I'the
If I'd try It That is, all but the last two line ';
Not me-I glory In my rowdy of the prophecy. ':

stance Y. .. In our country under the sponsorship .
.., On food and clothes-religion and /:*J' ."' ,, \fo.ruP1'Int ( of the National Conference) ;..J,
romance. of Christians and Jews more than (
Beauticians paint her fingernail; I two thousand cities observe Bro
and face, The which la of Florida railroad hut therhood Week. The tens of I
PAPAYA one Florida's outstanding was one of the first advocates thouK :
Keep every permanented lock In tropical traits, easily takes ha place with of I trans-Florida canal I H* was the second ands of our people who are mobii- '

place the best of melons In flavor and attractiveness.The delegate from Florida to Congress and it was !zing their efforts toward national

she's tree attains I height of It to 2S test, then while there that he made a, vary rigorous attemptto unity and brotherhood hold no
Perhaps right fighting racial
or religious
.1 age with hunger spreads out to an umbrella-like tpft Just below get the government to cut a barge canal uniting Their one objective Is to bring
And maybe all these aids make her the spread, the tree-melons cluster, often at many the waters ot the Gulf of :Meilco and the Atlantic about a deeper friendship, a more '
look younger H 20 or SO and weighing' as much M 20 pounds Ocean. The first railroad In the State connected sincere spirit of co-operation. a '
But this one thing I know-I do apiece I Another remarkable feature ot this plant Tallahassee St. :Marks, then an Important port. better! understanding among all
} need crowningFor U the fact that the seedling comes to the fruiting Call first became prominent In military affairs racial and religious groups In a
ever placing faith In Robert stag during the first yearn under General Andrew Jackson, later rising to the word, t stronger spirit of national
f Browning. RICHARD KEITH CALL who was appointedCoTsrnor rank of general Hs served as governor of Florida unity.

'!Florida la 1835, not only built the for two terms totaling about yean. Is It futile to wish that this
movement would sweep across this

I Honesty in Defense .,... ............................ .. ........,... ..9TYI who might have lived In Louisiana peace-loving country of ours, into
from the time of the colonial settlements every village and town touching
ProgramWhen LIBRARY FACTSAND until the twentieth cen- CURRENT the hearts of each of us, and
gathering momentum, sweep on Into
the United
I FANCIESBy tury.When other lands, and still other lands
her first novel ,
decided to buy Indiana land In Its COMMENTBy
defense expansion, an agreementwas MRS. J. E. GACZENS Summer" was published, Louisiana untll-T

,\ reached with a leading Indianapolis ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .......... .. .................. ....... State University Invited her WELSH Was It futile of Tennyson to
. real estate man to pro to make a lecture tour of the state : : I vision argosies of magic sails' or .
, :; cure some 80,000 acres. The fee LIBRARY HOURS The Invitation was repeated after _. ,__ heavens filled with shouting WasIt
was to be a (Hi per cent commission I Monday Wednesday, Thursday the publication of. each of the Van' Nd.t M. Walsh wtWomeana likewise futile of him to vision .
. and l it Is alleged that, despitethe : i a-I a. V&Tuesday. other two novels In the series, tern,erto b. ..01_bra "CoIn..t w....as..".whether.ariaaw the furling of the battle-flags, and .
Presidents promise that "no: Friday. II a. ..-I p. m.Saturday "Handsome Road" and "This Side with hit opinion Add... _....>. the creation of a parliament of
person should be allowed to get I ,-n.. m.1 1-8 "p.7lp.w. ra I of Glory"Through ,Hlh.(tor at,. .|o Hlunl Anew ria.It' Wobh.. S4S N. C. man a federation, or brotherhood
. of the world'When
rich out of
this )
best to begin at the bottom
," this realtor will I'ICtlv'l I I Gwen Bristow says she was afflicted -I arrangement with the whether you are building a houseor the Master Teacher taught
about us "Peace good will toward man"
$191000 in commissions forth with "cacoethes Department of Justice, Alliance
land deal I Books buttoning your vestA He did not discriminate.. He did
one (,which was responsible for her I plans to publish a collectionof
The Inspector of Americanization not say that we should feel goodwill
general the ]three published novels, 'Deep essays on by
War Department la investigating, I!j,,Summer," "Handwme Road," and famous naturalized citizens under 'Miami paper says there will I' only toward the men of our
and has already uncovered IIOI'I.I(I!"This Side of Glory" In simple the title, "I Am an American.... be 20,000 on relief In Dade County own little clique or religious denomination
unusual facts. The Investigation :words the malady is the urge for Thomas Mann Albert Einstein, who will we the food Stamp plan or race or nationality.
has showed that the highest commission :{I I writing, putting on paper thoughts, William Knudsen and Robert F. soon to go Into use. The county No, it was peace, good will and
paid by the army on any hoping they will be read but whatever Wagner will be among the con- added $20,000 to the fund to p I brotherhood toward all men everyut *
other land purchases In Indiana isS the result, having to write.! tributors. the system In motion. The annual where that He taught
per cent, while the average private She and her husband, Bruce coat thereafter Is estimated at a :
commission In the sale of Indiana $10,000. I
Manning, collaborated on a mystery unpublished manuscripts . .
farm land Is about 1 per cent "The Invisible HOlt," which of Thomas Wolfe are being com- 1 AT TWILIGHT
Further, the Indianapolis realtor I I was made Into a play and movie piled Into I book that will contain A Washington newspaper saysEngland's I I A colorful symphony plays III the
ls apparently figuring his commission under the title, "The Ninth Guest" short stories, character output of warplanes Is heavens
; on Iota) amounts Includingthe Four novels followed which were sketches and other pieces under about two thousand five hundred [ With beautiful silent aceord.
t. abstract taxes, stamps, and Immediately rejected by the pub- the title "The Hills Beyond." Since a month and adds that this ls about' The shadows are creeping from
.. ,. even his own commission. This despite lishers. his death "The Web and the Rock" four timesthat of our production.. marshes and meadows

his agreement with the government -I About this time her husbandwas and "You Cant Go Home Again"1. ;eatero f With rest that we all can afford.
to supply title without established In Hollywood asa have been published If the U. the war that I

i cost.Another scenario writer and Gwen Brls I grand old bird, the dove of peace So pause just a moment at twilight
Interesting figure Is the ;tow decided to be a lady of .leisure James Hilton's "Random Har will be a deplorable looking object my comrades,
$95 charge for one abstract Over i I But after a few weeks of idlenessthe vest" Is n story of a man In search in need of a roosting place. Its And look to the glorious west
I period ot years the average coat '(I urge returned and soon she of his past The main character I wings will be clipped and Its, tall For there la a masterpiece wrought
of such documents to the state of was busy with yellow paper writIng Charles Rainier who lost his memory feathers pulled out and mussed by Jehovah
Indiana has been about $35. her fifth novel. when Injured during the first I up. Our shores were about Its only And given to those who are blest.
It la hard to believe that then Her thoughts turned to Louisiana World War and who later escaped hope.
. Is any American citizen to lacking j where she had lived eight from a British hospital, I II always It you can but '''Im your heart
In patriotism that he would at- yean as a reporter and In this work, haunted by the sense of a past The jolly Paducahan Irvin some compassion
tempt to soak 'the .government had traveled Into every toner of that he is trying to recall. However Cobb says he's through with ban For those who have wandered f
" in carrying out the vital defense the state. Her plan was te ri 1 his return from the land of quets.A look at that "tummy" and utra"Thea ,
program. If the above statement a series of three novels, each missing men is a long drawn out those fat Jowls would convince turn your eyes to the glorious
+ are true the ethics Involved an plete In Itself which would com-j aerie of events that can best be one that he had reached the conclusion .unaet-
not of I very high calibre. 4 I record of several typical appreciated By reading. the book. none too soon. You'll find that Us easy to pray,


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FriHav. February 28. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Five

visit with Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph' tenderfoot test chapters: In receiving and arrange

Mattson and relative In Miami. The hostesses, Rosemary Burk Ini F. F. A. exhibits.
I and Melba Collins, served refresh-: H. A. Amen Jr, and Charles
In and Jiround Mr. and Mrs. Leo Arbogast and merits Behrens, Jr., were elected Joint t '

children. Mr. and Mn. Delbert I Present were: Marie Rogers I managers for our juke and vegetable I' .
I :Arbogast and daughters, Doris and I Kathleen Wagner, Sarah Vlhlea. booth at the festival 1:

Carol, Mrs Ida Arbogast and Miss' Kathryn Levy Grace Burry. The chapter project committee t
Homestead .Mary Slrbaugh of Parsons, W. Va. Rosemary; Hennington. Rosemary reported that we are financing a

,left Wednesday for California at-I Burk, Kathleen Campbell Charlotte poultry project for one of our
ter a two-month visit with Murray, Melba Collins. memben on a ahare basis.

[ tives and friends here. Evelyn Gasman, Joy Lee, Sally Following the business meeting

Mr. and Mn. Howard Johnso n I pect, III, who spent several dayi s Lou Bryant Miss Kerfoot. Mn.Ooasman the parliamentary law team demonstrated .
have as guests this week Mr. and I last week at the Cronwall Cabin: J. De Pletro of Boston is spending Marion cowman and correct parliamentary

Mn. Sewell C. Harlin of Glasgow,, la Homestead left Monday by airplane -- the week visiting his sister, Miss Small procedure.Don .
Ky and their children, Jean and I for Havana where they win Mn. Sam Tomasst. Lair and Willis Vkk were :

Sewell. Jr. spend a week before returning H present as visitors. Others present I
Homestead.Mrs. Earl Rohrer and Richard Matt- REDLAND F. F. A. not mentioned above, were: '
Mn. W. J. White left Friday to son who are stationed at Camp Kenneth Creer, J. L. King Jr. !

her home in Washington, D. C.. after Zeke Martin was returned MacDlll near Tampa are expected BY JOHN LANDKVpI, Reporter Lynn Gowdy, Phillip Reams, John .'
spending three weeks with he. to her home yesterday from the home Saturday on a three-day furlough Landrum, Earl Wyaong and EstllLee.

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I James Archer Smith Hospital. .
We adjourned at B 00 .'m.or .
Frank Skill ; p
Mri. The regular meeting of RedlandF.
Wayne HoIIoway will leave today Mr. and Mn. Frank Stalling F. A. was held at 7:30: p. m., CERTIFICATE CORPORATE
and Mrs. Alton Hood left for Daytona after of Miami and her eon Skipper,
Mr. : Ohio Monday Feb. 24, in the chapter III""LI'TIONI
Tuesday for their home in Com-. spending two weeks with his brother were Sunday guest of L. C. Aid- room with President H. A. Aman, 1o tot Name and or.T Uw FI.rH.Authority ml to.BUM .

merce, Ga., after visiting Mr. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Jr., presiding. Committee reports TO AIL TO WHOM TH "'P: PRESENTS
Hood's brother and sister-in-law,. Mn. Ewing Holloway In Home- rich.A. were received. I I KHALI. COMh, CRKETINOBi
B. Langham who I* employedin This to to certify th.t. wkmu. JoMvkWMThwtno
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie L. Hood, In stead. Charles Behrens, Jr., reportedfor Mil N. B Bonod A_..
St Augustine spent the week- Ml.ml, n.. tmUt ". Worrtaittoo.. 16.1N
Homestead since Friday the fair committee that we, together R. ..rand A....... MlMl r..., Graft
end with his family here.
Mn. W. R. Deemer of Williams' with all other chapters In T.......... ITW N. W. Fourteenth An,
A. F. Arthur who left Sunday on port, Pi., was a visitor of Mr. and our Federation have obtained for Miami.. Fla.. did,m ht St* tr of Ortobw.k _.
O ISSS eau te loeoromtnl .a.IM
Mr. and Mn. Josephson
business in New York returned to Mn. P. F. Ray last week. Mn. .
I the festival and are installing the nmrbloot of Ooptrr IOOM I. Deemer who is niece of Mrs. and three sons of Antonia Conn., Arm of INC Miami Shorn Vil
Homestead a
Tuesday.Mn. national F F. A. exhibit used at .
were week-end guests of Mr. and lon Morln*. IM. > rarporotlm wild lupri
Ray, and Mr. Deemer are spendingsome Kansas City National F. F. A. Convention rlol Dim ol krnliwo. .1 Mlonl.' Dodotaint
David Scoll of Washington, time at Miami Beach. Mn. Hobart Brockett. They: spent and Florida State Fair In .. *. In Uw St.* ot FlnehM..d whim.
UM officers of curb corporation
Monday: in Key West before returning props
D. C. arrived last week to visit Tampa this year. Also that Red- did M the fotll dar ot frfcroiiT A B.IM1. .
Mn. Belle Garrett of Rock Harbor to their northern home. raved to o> IM l> lot oHfc* of thoorrounr
her mother, Mr*. W. J. Krome. land District Fruit Festival has of sake of the ft.tt of riortte.duly .
underwent an operation in the has provided a sum of money to a .Ut> Mlratd mnlMMl odnntod W
James Archer Smith Hospital Sat- Mr and Mn. M.R. Cook of Bran- the ...101001.... ....... the provwIulM of
Mrs. N. G. Ball
.Mr-and; had for exhibits
be disbursed
t prizes
ford, Conn. were Monday guests old Chapter 10 M. r.._ of "IN"".. Armof
a s guests Tuesday Mn. Ball's cousin urday. of project products by F, F. It... .howlni MM dlnuliitloo uf turk
of Mr. and Mn. David Snow. ........ .
onrooratkm, Ow of most I. oit.btfcd
Mn. D. N. Powell, and her members. that UK .....1.."... of low kara
daughter-in-law, Mn. Eldon Pow. Mn Mary Dimond of Homesteadwas The Individual exhibits of A'j been enotpllfd withIN .

ell, both of Ottawa, Ohio. taken to the James Archer Key Johnny West Tuesday Becker evening.returned from ucts will be displayed In front *WITNESS H mr hand WHCKBOr.and Kit I ailed have two.unto the. .
Wednesday. and at a lower level than the Gnat BMl of th at.to at florMi W T.I.lohMM. .

The Rev. and Mn. F. E. Moore ional F. F. A. exhibit, and will be I Iso _...."..'M A. Coptul D. 1M1SKAU this UM IMk iff of
of Miami visited Mr. and Mn. Carl Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Caisford of Redland Girl ScoutsBy arranged as to combine with It j ( II A. CHAT

Field the latter part of last week. Chatsworth, 111. recently visited Bark to make one sixty-foot long ex- i, i 1Hnta"r.b. ...of 1t411Ii alas.
Rosemary Scribe
for several days with Mn. Catherine '
On Monday Mr. and Mn. Paul A. hibit.
Durand of Ocala were guests of Pickard, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. -- Dean Sickle reported that Mr.]Ii NOTICE or APPLICATION

Mr. and Mn. Field. Fiche and Judson T. Pickard at The Redland Girl Scouts met) Gallaher assigned our chapter a FOR TAX asses IIFKUFlte

the Fiche home on East Avocado In the scout room of Redland space five by ten feet In the main NoUco to hereby... |.|... that 111 into J.
Klrhr koW-r M > M ot Cltr of MUn|
G. D. McConnell of Washington, drive, Homestead. School building to be used for selling T.. Certificate. Nwnbmd trM. dad tko
D. c., arrived Sunday to visit hi We were happy to have with us vegetables and fruit juices and elk day of July.A. D ...... has liked cold
Certificate hi "" and has MOO
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Miss Mildred Small, our late scout fresh vegetables. Our chapter Is appllnllon for Ui d.od to b.ot thtrmi
Mrs. W. T. McConnell. FLORIDA: CITY leader. very appreciative of this form of I. MordoMO with Uw. held OnUlwHmhraoM
... .
: > following yiwwrtr, oW
By Mrs. W. W. Seery Miss Kerfoot read several letters cooperation as well as othen. In D.4. Count o ,. r........ .....I
Mn. James Cook of Nashville I From the Girl Scout headquarters The chapter: voted to have our Lot Sf, Blork II. West ..... Coo.IMted
-4 ,' Pit Book S. S li Uw City
Tenn., 1s visiting PT. and Mn. I. J. in Miami. refreshment committee serve orange of MIAMI, Countf of Dido. mote of

Haynes. Mn. Cook Is a cousin of Mr. and Mn. M. T. Stillng of Sarah Vlhlen, Evelyn Cowman, Juice to the group of school T FtorM*. _. _I"P now Uw
Mrs. Haynes.Mrs. Detroit left yesterday to spend Kathryn Leroy, Kathleen Camp people meeting In our sunken aid Orlirtcoto 4.0.4 wu lit UM MMof
several months in Daytona Beach. bell and Marie Rogers have earned garden Wednesday Feb. 26 and I U.k.>w.. U..to> cold OrllflMM hall
-..... .-.... to .... U. dead
R. A. Sappenfleld, who had They have been visiting Mr. Stil- their service badges. arrangements were made to do will luiio the M oo Uw llta dar of
been visiting Mrs. J. A. Ricks and III,'. brother and sister-in-law The group decided to elect a 10.I ........ A. D. It...
Dated .kl> Ilk dor of .. A. D.
her daughter, Mn. T. I* Hodges, In Mr. and Mn. Edw. Stillng. parliamentarian at the next meet- I Donald Grate was elected chap- l*".
Homestead for a week left Saturday ter representative at Redland District I R. tCATHrillAN.
Ing.Kathleen Clerk. of Circuit Ooarl.Oidt .
for her home In Concord, Mrs. Blanche Chapman, post Wagner and KathleenCampbell Fruit Festival Saturday County Florid.
,N. C.Mr.. mistress, is ill at her tome here, played a cornet duet. March 1. to work with a representative droll Court aWIBr 1.
H. c. TMRrrr. D o.U.
and Mn. Boyd Cohemour Is taking Sally: Lou Bryant passed her from each of the other I...... f. I'. II. M.r. 1. Mil
and Mrs. H. C. Henderson her place in the post office. .
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)f Miami were guest of Mr. and r
Mrs. Frank Henderson in Princeton Mr. and Mrs. W. Reed and son,
Sunday. of Detroit are staying at the Lewis
tourist cottage while visiting Mr.
Geo. Vile who is farming with' and Mn. E. Farr I

his father, A. D. Fogte. at Blrdon I DOES YOUR CAR HAVE ANY
Miss Isabel.Becker of Miami '
on the Tamlaml Trail, ls spendingthe I
week in Naranja with his pent Sunday with relatives In

mother.Mr. Florida City.

Mr. and Mn. Joe Wollenschlager
and Mn. Chas. We kley are
announcing the birth ol an 11- and daughter Joanne, and Mr.
pound 12-ounce son in the James and Mrs. J. H. Cole of Pittsburghleft

Archer Smith Hospital on Feb. 20. Friday for their home after a ?. .


Mr. and Mn. Wess Campbell, 'f Be sun that your eyes an as ,

Mrs. H. C. Watts and Mn. H. A. good as yew brake*-have them

Aman returned to Homestead tested at least once each year j Lacks Power and Speed I '.

Wednesday after spending seven "
days in LaMonte, Fla. DR. F. P. ARCHER Hard to Start \
AND'SON Uses Too Much Gas? .j : .
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. .
Moon andJ. ,.
Consulting Optometrist : \,. .., '. '
DeHas, all of Pittsburgh arrived I Vibrates rough? ' .,.'
last week to visit Mr. Moon's bro- UM W. Flatter .... Miami Fla. or, runs ". .> -.4"I.

ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and Sluggish and No Pep?
Mrs. R. G. Moon. Ezra GM.I.-t..o.ss" RogairedDkip"W" Grew" .

Emit Busse of Park Ridge, III, Ich..r of The,..American Op&klo...1-
and Win. Busse of Mount Pros- _ I S ..

t Drive it into our garage and have the engine SCIENTIFICALLY

build fat J it Need Another TESTED with our new SUN MOTOR TESTER and

additionalRoom &( . Room? I see for yourself what is needed to put it In first class operating

Now you can add to a house, condition.

or repair and modernize it The

: money required offend under
the home-Improvement Loan

I, ,g; !t IcU Long-term repayments. Preston B. Bird Motor Co.

r. We'll help you figure your Lumber

R cost and your Loan needs!
South Krome Ave. Phone 18


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f Page Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE FridavfFebnurV. 28,1941. .

If I . . Social Events in South Dade . . I


MISS EMILY PAYNE AND. WILLIAM KOPP Miss Norma Andrews, daughterof
Mn. W. G. Bailey of Redland, --
The marriage of Miss Emily ;skirts. The bridesmaid wore and Robert Clark, Jr, son of Mr. I Mn. Charles Otis, the former; chocolate were served.

Sherwin Payne, daughter of MM. '|frocks of yellow organdy cut likei and Mn. R. S. Clark of Homestead Mn. Margaret Daniels, was givena Present were: Mn. Carl Wagner -
A. A. Payne, and William Andrew ,i those of the brldesmatronl. Each were married Saturday afternoon miscellaneous shower Friday Mrs. C. A. Williams, Mn.
Kopp, ion of Mr. and Mn. W. A. J. I of the five attendants had a flower at 4 o'clock In Fort Lau- Paul Reynolds, Mn. A. L. Camp-
Kopp. was solemnized at a candle i hair ornament and an arm bou- derdale by Judge Boyd Anderion. evening at the home of Mn. Lydia bell, Mn. Fletcher, Mn. Furray,
light service In the Homestead I I quet of pastel tinted gladioli. The II I The bride wore a blue crepe en'semble Common by Mrs. Cossmnn Mrs. Lenora Williams, Mrs. Otis Mn.
Presbyterian Church yesterday I flower girls wore long pink net with accessories of pink.I Robert Lance and Mrs. Dan Wil- I Williams, Mn. Lance and Mrs..
evening ut 8 o'clock The Rev. |frocks covered with tiny pink vel-1| Present at the ceremony were liams. Mn. Otis, a member of I Grossman.
George It. Ricks, pastor of the vet bows. Each carried a nose-i Mr. and Mn. Clark, Mrs. Andrews, Redland School faculty was marI j I Represented by gifts were: Mrs.
church, read the marriage service. i cay. I Mini Lillian Andrews. sister of the tied during the Christmas holl-i J. L. Burton, Mn. L. H. Greer,
j, The church was decorated with : Mrs. Payne was gowned In rose I bride and William Miller. days iirs. J. Lawrence Scott, Mrs.
palms and white gladioli. Groups lace, and Mrs. Kopp, In beige lace. The bride was born In Redland Mn. Eva Fletcher and Mrs. I I George Polk, Mrs. John Ray, Mrs.
:J. ot seven-branched frandclabras Each wore a corsage of gladioli. I and she attended the. Redland Mary Furray were wlnnen In contests 1 Rudolph Cossman, Mrs. G. M.
furnished light. After the ceremony an Informal schools. Mrs. Nellie Drjarnatte of Hodge, Mn. Hugo Vlhlen Mrs.
Mrs. T. L. Hodges sang Caed- reception was held at the home of' Mr. Clark was born In Homestead Centralia Mo., played several I W. H. Russell, Miss Vera Fletcher. -
tnon's "At Dawning" and "Be the bride In Porvenler Centeredon where his parents have lived piano selections. Mini Ruth Murrav. Miss Myrtle
cause." Dr. Carl F. Robinson, organist the dining room table was a for 20 yean. He attended the I Sandwiches, cookies and hot Kcrfont and Miss Clara Sayan

played "Largo" by Handel, large tiered wedding cake topped Homestead schools and is now em-

i', "Elegy" by Massenet, "MoonlightSonnta" with a miniature bride and bride- ployed at Opa-Locka. I WILLIAM WOOD TO BE GUEST SPEAKER
will live in Homestead.
by Beethoven and groom. Punch served They
"Lleb-I was with
estroume" by Lists the cake. _'''_HO'''" 1 I AT MEETING OF HOMESTEAD ART CLUB

ceremony, For the processionalhe I Mrs. Payne was assisted by: Tile Calendar --
played the bridal chorus from Mrs. Alva Lee, Mn. Claude S. Allen -
: William Wood, Miami artist and show examples of early Spanish
"Lohengrin", and for the recessional Mrs. Paul Haley, Mrs. J. R. W. P. A. field supervisor, will be and early French art and speak
t Mendelssohn's wedding Brooks, Mrs. D. P. Blake. Mn. Feb. 28-Meeting of Redland I
guest speaker at the meeting! of briefly of the artists of that period.
march I Ceo. D. Ruehle, Mn. J. E. Fritter, Home Demonstration Club. the Homestead Art Club at the Mn. B. E. Catlln will give a read-
The bride wag given In marriage of Kansas City, Mrs. M. M. Glasgow Feb. 28-Meeting of HomesteadArt home of Mrs. Frank Webb, on East Ing.
j by her brother William C. Payne.II Mn. Edgar E. Brandon of Club at home of Mrs. Frank Kings highway. Mri. Webb and Mn. Ben Archer
Miss Carlotta Ames was maid- Miami Beach Mn. Don E. Fer- Webb.
will be hostesses.
Mn. Frank Skill will talk on the
of-honor; Mrs. William Simpson i reyra Mn. Frank Hausman, Mn. Mar. Meeting of Homestead I -
and Mrs. Howell S. both of A. various Lincoln portraits! and Mrs.
Kopp I F. Arthur, Mrs. T. B. Grantham High School Band Parents' Association Frank Hausman, on the Washington WM. DUNLOP 18 HONOREDON
Miami were brldesmatrons; and I Mn. R. N. Herman and Mn. W. In school music room. BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYMrs.
Mrs. Webb will
Midi Margaret Ames and Miss' E. Rheney.The .
Mar. 3-Annual meeting of Jun- i Wm. Dunlop gave a dinner(
Ottle Witt of Miami bridesmaids.
were bride
has lived
here since ior Woman's Club of Homestead. natty jSatiTdn* in honor of Mr.Dunlop's .
her father, the late A. A. Payne UNIVERSITY CLUB HEARS
birthday at their homeon
Mar. S-Meeting ot W. M. U. OF AIR LINE'S PROGRAM
Howell Kopp attended his brother came from Panama City to serve I II ', Silver Palm drive.
as best man. The ushers were as president of the' First National circles. Miss Consuelo Prado of Miami, After dinner J. A. Rotherham
William Krome, Allan Kissam,' Bank of Homestead five yean ago. Mar. 7-Meeting of Ad Astra Pan-American Airways employee, I showed moving pictures of the
Donald Ames and J. D. DeBuchananne. After her graduation from Red Chapter of O. E. S. I told members of the UnJvel'llt.yICiub ,Redland District and of various

land High School she attended the Mar. 7-Meeting of Episcopal( Wednesday night what the I states besides Florida.
James E. Fritter of Kansas City, Florida State College for Women Auxiliary at 3 o'clock In church. line Is doing to promote' Inter- Covers were laid for: the Rev.

a young cousin of the bride was where she was a member of Delta Mar. 11-Meeting of Good Will national understanding .and good and Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel, Mr. and
ring bearer, and his sister, Beverly,' Delta, Delta sorority. Later she Luncheon Club with Mn. Lyman will. The meeting was held at I Mrs. H. F. Brockett, Mr. and Mn.
and Julia Ann Lee were flower was graduated from the Walsh Williams. the home of Mrs. B. M. Hlndman, I A. M. Vivian, Mr. and Mn. W. K.
,1 rIa. School of Business Science In and Mrs. Hlndman and Mn. Thur-
I Miami Mar. 12 Meeting of RedlandW Haas, Mr. and Mn. Rotherham,
The bride was lovely In a gown and since that time hat been S. C. S. man were hostesses. I Miss Virginia Haai, Miss Eva
of white net over satin fashioned employed at the Florida National Others present were Mn. Law- Rotherham, James Rotherham and
with sweetheart neckline, puff j Bank in Miami. Mar. 12-Benefit fish fry on rence Becker Mri. T. J. Bleier :Mr. and Mrs. Dunlop.
sleeves, fitted waistline and fulldouble I I' The bridegroom a prominent Redland Community Church lawn George Polk. Mrs. Ruth Scott, I
ruffled skirt with a short young grower, was born In Cristo from 6.30:: to 8 p. m. Mn. Lonnie Hood, Mrs. J. R. Rut- For results Leader
train. She wore I fingertiplengthveil I bal. Panama Canal Zone. He was Mar. 14-Annual exhibit of land, Mn. W R. Bird Behrens1 I use
of Illusion and mitts of the graduated from Wllburham Academy Princeton Home DemonstrationClub Reynolds and Miss Lois Enterprise Classified AdsELECTRIC

tame material and she carried a j at Wllburham M...., and attended at the home of Mrs W. W.
shower bouquet of white roses. Colgate University wherehe Bethea.
The maid-of-honor wore a rose was a member of Beta ThetaPI Mar. 17-Meeting of Garden
marquisette dress made with high fraternity. Club at home of Mrs. H. M.
\ neckline, velvet trimmed yoke, I I Immediately after the ceremony Brown Sr.

I short puff sleeves and I full ,the young couple left on a short Mar. 17-Luncheon meeting of
l skirt gathered at the waist The'honeymoon trip. When they re- Homestead B. P. W. C. In Tapa-: 169
\ brldesmatrons wore green organdy turn they will live In their newly- wlngo Inn at 12 o'clock.
frocks made with sweetheart I I built home on Richard road near
1 neckline, puff sleeves and tiered ,Mowry street.Edwards Mar. 21-Meeting of Homestead I For
tome Demonstration Club In Future -

Farmer Clubhouse at 9.30 Big Family Site u o
MISS MARY BALLARO Mrs. T. Shackleford, Mn o'clock.
WEDS LAWRENCE SMITH Gordon Ivey, Mn. E. U Lawrence, Mar. 24-Meeting of Jennie Lob- 6 Cu. Ft

I. Announcement has been made Mrs. Maurice Craft, Mn. T. D. dell Circle with Mn. Leslie Dlt-i
of the marriage of Miss Mary Bal- Plch Mn. Catherine Pickard, *r.and.
laro of Florida City to Lawrence Mn. A. D. Smith Mn. A. A. Bus-

,. Smith of Ifomestead. The marriage aey, Mn. W. D. Horne and Mrs. Carolyn Lounsberry, and June
took place In Fort Lauder- ; Johnson. Visitors present were: and Jean Fogle.
dale Feb. 15. I Mn. Nellie B. Bridges of Blakely, Othen present were: Mn. John
The bride Is a daughter of Mr. Ga., Mn. Laura Davis, of Lees- Brown, Mn. Leroy Chambers Mn. REFRIGERATORNo
and Mrs Joe Ballaro of Florida burg, Mn. J. V. Moon of Pitts- Ulric Free, Mn. Lawrence Watkins -
City. She was born In Virden, burgh, Pa, Mn. Cora Meredith Mrs. Wilburn Reed Mn. Elmer -
HI. but has spent most of her life of Miami and Mn. Nettle B. Sullivan, Mn. O. H. Sullivan MATTER bow
in the dintrlct and was graduatedfrom Molentlne of Miami. Mrs. W C Campbell, M.... Lynn you look at It-from
Homeestead High School In Lounsberry and Mrs. Donald Tal- top to bottom...from
f 193*. JEAN FOGLE IS HONORED bott. front to back..inside

: The bridegroom li a son of Mr. ON SECOND ANNIVERSARYJean I -- 1 and out-thli Is truly t w.. ......
and Mrs. W. U: Smith of Home- small daughter of Mr. and frost refrigerator bar
stead. Me was born In Nocatee, Mn. Arthur Fogle, Jr, was givena fain. It'.faun-packed
l Fla, and attended the schools of party In honor of her second with food down-to-
Arcadia Fla. anniversary on Feb. 22 at the ( earth value that per '

They are living on N. E. First home of her grandmother, Mn. forma perfectly during
avenue In Homestead. A. D. Fogle, In Naranja. ir; years and yean ofser-
vioefrevlife.Vifuo .
The house was decorated with

VISITOR CONDUCTS red, white and blue sweet peas, S.. These Big
and favors of red, white and blue Features
balls were given the small
guests. > goes at sack a lew price
*. Carnes Austin of Miami ,Photographs were taken endgames : tab remarkable .atelllt
conducted mission study classeloaar'y
t a were played. Items srato bas the.. ...
1 for Union of the Woman's Mis- Ice cream, cake and frosted ptrtMt Wgh-asaNti f*
of the First Baptist cookies were served. Miss Marjorie -
DMo.Iaattn waves of nqulritekmUMM ' liriat tans Stilts: :
: Church of Homestead Wednesday regie and Miss Faye Campbell assisted with Thecmkjni, the nr1bIaItw.....8tak.
i 'It the home of Mrs. Howard John- theTiodessei. bMtwlMf method s. -. Cool, Lasteel8ps1Ire.z r...
lion. The lesion was based on the Small -quests, present were: safe comfortable MMM CMttncttM...
I. :book, "Trail of Seeds" by Una Joyce Reed, Nancy Brown Sarah JUfof .....T,.,....noe .
{JRobert Lawrence. Louise and Pat Watkins, 'Neat I bin Gast B oft spas ) I
I} Mrs. Austin was presented :with Chambers.Donna Jane and Patty d sum Feb log"eAats.stle
: "i
.e potted plant M a lift from the Talbott Ann Sullivan Nina Sullivan .

(clan. Marsha Rose Free, Milton w.ter flaa4Jipa.g
I A covered dish hinchen was i .... ,f! yOW ... 4 i i'I
[served at noon. ............ "" ..wrrlar.h.eTtroxiond .
J 1 Members present were: Mrt. J. Leonard AV. HasklnGLASSES I' Maw ihsslaNsa re ei Feb I -taws:wee

[Lawrence Scott, Mrs Frank Ir- rDr. 1 AUCE'SIBEAUTVPARLOR .1

win. Mrs. J. Tom Vann. Mn J. ."""" a. tn ItMlMrtlM.1 I Irtntae '
It, Strickland.. Mr C. E. Saunders, ..e ...*.... atuCone I I I''SMITH-GRAVES FURNITURE CO. ,
INre. Chat Martin Mn. S. a Fitch .. Sim.roc MM*, FW. I Ii I ....U-I.sa.e.o..owwsePhase r.Qsr sale Ii HOMESTEAD PHONE Hu
l W ml .
Mrt L, A. Wise, Mrs. Jack Polly k 8lt-W
'Mn. A. J. Van Muter, Mn. R. a:. .. C..n.aMea Two 4t I,


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Friday, February 28, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page Seven
given by Anne Rheney and Barbara

of Jean the Wakefleld.flag was told and by the Van history CLASSIFIED ADS

.1-.1r Social Rheney.Ice : IFOR
: r cream, cup takes and candy
were served.Present : RATS: lint Insertion 104 a lint; subsequent insertion

besides those mentioned i 5* a line
were: Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mrs
Geo. N. Wakefield, Prances and
STATE FEDERATION OFFICER SPEAKS iJean Ruth Rutland, Clarice Dodton, EXCHANGE I FOR bedroom SALE suites Living, also, dining other furni-and.
( Anderson and Arthur Brandenburg.
: AT PROGRAM MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB :FOR EXCHANGE-Will exchange ture In good condition. Apply

\..' girl's bicycle for man's bicycle. 1810 N. W, 8th at, ",lam,.
I Bauer drive and Country Club . r Mn. L. J. McCaffery, sectional Grace McLellan Smith, Mrs. Joel!DEMONSTRATION CLUB road. Rt. 1. Box a78. Mn. Jas,
t, vice-president of Florida J. Robinson, Mrs. O. Marsteler MAKES HOUSE MARKERS H. Brcwerton. (pf28-m28)
tion of Women's Clubs Federa.j] Mrs. Bessie L. Skinner, Mrs. James The Homestead Home Demonstration FOR SALE-Practically new

man of the advisory Bourland of Mt. Pleasant. Mich., Club at its meeting Fri I FOR RENT $2500 bicycle for 1750. Mrs
T. D. Fiche Avocado
Dade County Federation of Wom Mrs. Arthur Cude, Mrs. Annie R. day made plans for assisting In Drive.
en's Clubs,. spoke on "On With Butler Mrs J. D. Perkins Mrs the Dade County Home Demon FOR RENT-clean:? all electric (f-H. 21)

1 Your Job" at a meeting of the Ben Young, Mrs. H. M. Brown,' stration booth In the Redland District .) furnished apartment. M.... Eva ---0.
Woman's Club of Homestead Tuesday Mrs. Alma Shetzllne. Mrs. R. J. Elliott Fruit Festival. The meeting, Colllni, Federal highway Bli.caym LOANS
afternoon In the clubhouse. Mrs. A. W. Jones, Mrs. Mar was i held at the Future Farmer drive at Modello (1-2811)

Mrs. H. K. Foulk, president, pre garet Little of Chicago, Mrs clubhouse. i LOANS
sided."That's. Bessie Ruckle of Whlttmore, Mich, Miss Margaret Delaney, assistant, FOR SALEFOR REPAIR Residential, Grove ,
My Hat", a comedy skit Mrs. J. H. Dixon and Mrs. H. O county demonstration agent, talked'on and Business
was presented by six club member Cronwall. Dade County fruits and vegetables -, SALE Restaurant buildingon
$30 to 5.DOG-from 6 mo. to
*, Mn. James S. McCready, suitable for salads and lave' Key West highway at Florida S .

"Mrs. Emmet Crowson, Mn. H. B. REDLAND. 8. C S. BEGINS a demonstration of their use. She : City. See J. KupperU at Florida Down years.No Payment No Red Tap!
Beattie, Dr. Irene Shanklin, Mn. STUDY OF MISSION BOOK also distributed salad recipes. j I City or write Box 128 SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

,Joel J. Robinson and Mrs. O. W. The study of a mission book After a Covered dish luncheonthe (Pf28-ml4)) $200 for 36 mo.-Repay $639 mo.
Calklni. "Dangerous Opportunity" by EarlH. members held a work meetingto IIO-ACRE .
corner bearing $500 for 38 mo-Repay $1997 mo
Mrs T. L. Hodges sang two solos Ballon, was started by theWoman' make garden and house markers. grove .
near Homestead just off U S. 1, $1,500 for 60 mo -Repay $3210
"Annie Laurie" and "A Perfect Society of Christian Service S-room home, partly furnlihed.
-' Day". Mrs. Whitney Beam, pianist of the Redland Community LOBDELL CIRCLE MEETS 11900 cash. mo.Ask for FREE Estimates

played "Humoresque" and Church at a meeting Wednesdayat WITH MRS. HINDMAN SH ACRES unimproved long road Without Obligation
"Tango-Mowry". Mrs. B. E. Gat- the home of Mrs Thomas Brew. The Jennie Lobdell Circle of frontage near Homestead. tSOO o LOANS can be secured to Modern-

lin lave two readings "The Remorseful er. The Rev. W. E. Rowell, pastor the Woman's Society of Christian 190 cash; balance eal). I tie and Repair LEASED OR

Student" and '"ChineseLove" ''I of the church, will direct the Service completed Its study of the ,,J ACRES fine avocados S acres citrus MORTGAGED Property.We .
study course. book of Psalms at a meeting small bungalow. Location also have F.HA. LOANS for
Mrs. Herman Heinlein, Mn. Mrs. Ceo. E. Deuel, president, day evening at the home of ,really within Homestead but no I New Homes, payable monthlyover
0. Shore and Mn. Calkins, R'I I presided. and Mrs. A. M. Vivien B. M. Hindman. The group Mon.'i'i city taxes makes this an opportunity 20-25 years.

eases, served a salad course. I conducted the devotional part of I next study the book, I buy. S4500 with any Let us supply your BUILDING
Others present were: Mn. Orin the meeting. the Bible". Miss Jennie reasonable terms. NEEDS. Prompt Service.

Smith Mn. W. W. Johnston, Mrs. Present were: Mr. and Mr*. directs the study courses. 0 Eleanor Froacher, Overseas Highway I
B. E. Catlin Mn. C. A. Dixon, Mn. Rowell Mrs. H. J. Armstrong Mrs II Present were: Mrs. Julian Mr..1 I I mi. so. of Homestead BROOKER LUMBER CO.

M. M. Ramsey. Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Webster Mrs. Lloyd Field, Ph. S26-J. (f28n>7) .'Phone 82: Homestead Fla.
MRS. McLEAN GIVES Jr, Mrs. M. A. Baker Mrs. A. Jason Avery, Mrs. Ditter, Miss i I
W. January, Mrs Vivien, Mrs. Lobdell and Mrs. Hindman. 1{:$4,900 ONLY. One of the best located -
Deuel and Mrs Brewer. I, handsomest and finest i WANTED
Mrs. I. P. McLean celebratedher The next meeting will be held I rnnrtrtrtrtrttmmntrrrttrrrtmmJ ; I I story, 3 bed-room houses.

birthday Wednesday eveningby I Mar. 12 In the church. 1 lots, double garage with :2.1: i WANTED: Small camp site on deepwater
entertaining a group of friends I DR. R. S. AKERS: : quarters; worth far more I In vicinity of Homesteador

at at her home on N. W. price asked. Requires i $2,200 I on Key Largo. Box A-130,
u and Fourth street I' BY JUNIOR MUSIC CLUBA | DENTIST 1 cash, balance; $39.00 per month i iI I II care of Leader-Enterprise
The attractive centerpiece for I i : Full I Ii I
patriotic program was pre- I Information If seriously In- j f7-tf)
the lining table was a miniature j''sented at a meeting of the Stephen Office Hours: t a. m. to '3 p. nt' i! terested and prepared to act 1m. I II I f

flower garden and rock garden I Foster Junior Music Club at tar = Sundays: I to It :. I mediately H A. Cameron, TUTORING WANTED --high

: Miss Grace Butterfield gave a home of Mrs C H Stcffanl! where \ Closed Saturdays Phone 72, Homestead. (f7t1)10ACRE ,I I school and grade school subjects.
toast to the hostess. Others ------ -
present 0 Noel SteJUanl was host I within ', Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B,
Drvand Mn. R. J. Elliott 2 miles
Stanley Wittkop sang leveralnumbel'l Free Parking 1 ; i i i Plummer drive and Country
1 j j1T84 i
Mr. and Mn H. K. Foulk, I of town has over 300 GOOD!
with piano accompaniment i Club road.
Mn. Pauline Hinman, Willlaoi j grapefruit trees. No bulldlns. :I
by Mrs Whitney Beam, anti N. W. SSTII 8T. Sf1A71'i : |I I
Ewing, Mr. McLean and John !Mc! PHONE 2-2131 :! Has been held at $2,000, now offered t
Lean. the young host played two piano i ; , , at $1,800 and I can sell I(I CLEAN RAGS WANTED WiL
selections Current events were w nnnuuu.uuo.enunwc..ninnvunna
I for less Make me an offer. I exchange subscription or .dv..--

MR. AND MRS. HOLTERTY ,o.................,.,...,...uuu....................,............... I You'll not find more for your I tiling for clean raw. Leader-
Phone 72. H A. ,I Enterprise.
Homcitead. (f7-tf
: : ) ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. i
Holferty entertained ; I MOTH OP ArriU'ATIONKK

official board at dinner of the recently Homestead.Presbyterian the'' : FOR more SALE-7-room than acre of ground house fronting on. 0 MAW b turrrlqi File TAX No.(Iran S IXKII..Hll that K.IMwIrk"

Church. i ,( ) A SMALL 150 Int. bolder >. ...1._ of (In rf N,,.".
feet on South Krome .(rod T.. sale ,...."...... Numb-4 ass..
Covers Were laid for: the Rev. 1 ave. (Oversea Highway), 142: Sl>... St>4. able sad I.,., 4.1 J 'h, lib
George H. Ricks Chas. L OoleV dM of Uoiwnlwr, A. D. tall Asa flMld
feet W.
8th St. .
on (Homestead
I /al .. (:...Ull.at.In nffU.' d UlM.d.
A. F. Arthur, George M. Frick ( HOMEr -Florida City boundary line) .....I1..t..n for Mr tax ifcvri ...ut'h.
D. P. Blake, Dr. Carl F. Robinson. I { and laD feet on S. W. t>t terrace .111............ In....hr.....-.....the... with folhwl.a ln.. t f d l
H. L. Gossman, John Bootee of j : Comprises ilx lots with pn.rfily. situated In I".d. Cuiiiil" >....lot.,
Vero Beach R. Y. Burr W. H. l" alt,
two vacant
Owens, Vane Harris and Mr. Hol r \ '0" ()u/t all lots connected strategic with city corners wat-; ,lit l..rt the t,City Pier nf liI'J::: '>; '
ferty. luriiSt.lr nf FI...",.. .. .. .,[ I.
er and sewer mains; house has (_,"'... N.. Kmi Th. .... _'.tf
I / n. modern plumbing and electrical ..... ,".rr', u..... the _l ..,1.1I
; f ? I fV.i. Issued WM In the .."" ,A I task
AD fixtures
ASTRA TO HONOR' \) IZC01YII screened porch and ".
DISTRICT OFFICERS e 1 eastern exposure to prevailing 4d 1ah.rk a rn.d's AddN
I In 1M city ..f Ilo.avisad. l..nty ..1
Plan for entertaining! the officers I breezes. Bargain for caih. W. II.do, state of HorWo.. .. .,brand InM
of the O. E. S. chapters of B. Myrick, 824 S. Krome ave.' ('..111"" No. I. Th. ""..-..._rl
It sold pny-rty under the Mid root.1.I
District 29 In April were made at' 's families with incomes under $2,000 are | Homestead, fla. (pf7-31) (irate .blued w. In the "am 411 II,.
a meeting of Ad Astra Chapter I
FOR SALE- S-room modern 411, H'inw'l A.Wn In the Cloy
Friday evening In the I. O. O. F. able to build homes these days. And not just"small" house, furnished $2,800. ( at H..m..t .d, county J ".. Ptah
per 1 .f Ph.r/da .. emb-4 In Gntfkat.N. .
Worthy matrons, worthy patrons cent Internet. L. O. Hall. Call .. sass. ih- .....must .A rte pray.
associate matrons, associate s homes. You can build a modern home i arty mukr the Mid nrttfk'.te h.1w. .
!'I Dr. M. A. Berger'i. residence. I .. In tlM .._ bf VnliiMiwi,
patrons, conductresses and associate -and for it out of income on the | 031-111) j, Iwo I*. / ., City
conductresses will be honored pay your I of .' ::d'.w; :: of :'j.M Nl.lonf
Florida .. omktMd In (..rllfk-.l I *
FHA Plan. RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for N-. rain.JI'M assassinating of said; pray.
The altar was draped In memory I sale cheap. Mrs. H. H. Ewing arty uixlrr the said .rlKlo.u Laud
of Aieele Carruthers I ... hi the n... of U lio..n.
past grand IS N. E 8th tt Homestead
I 1 .
tea !1. MrUIn/ Addn In the City
matron of the state. The down payment is usually covered by the | (aiatt). o of HumMlmd ("' ..... of I...... f4U.
Present I .f .. as _....... I. t.rtiffrackNu :
at the meeting were: l"'ll. th. ._ .
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Livingston Mr building! lot. And you pay the balance just j FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus .... the. mid sent rwtlflrou of kl ligament omo.orty
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trees and fruit ki In > sans Vok
and Mn. W. B. Caves Mn. Gu..in.Jwxurdlni
come Jungle Redland
Joiner, Mn. R. W. Muffins. Mrs. i season Grove lo !... tag W4 will Man
Chas. G. Turner, Mn. Sum J. home- 1 road and Plummet drive thaw .n tno nets day of Mirrk A. Ib
fh Figures to fit
figures. your lost.
Davis,. Nfl Herbert Katz. Mrs story noted this loth day II F......... A. 0.Ia11.
J. E. Davis ...... !CHRISTMAS VINE plant and .
Lloyd Delta Mn.
and your budget.No : young tropical almond trees I r. .. tRATHFIIMAN.CWrt .
A. B. Langham, Mrs. J. W. En. of llrtult c.....
for sale. Also cuttings of pur. Comely. rlorhte.rimtt .
gllsh, Mrs. A. R. Meybem, Mn awlnod.
Friend. Mlas Helen Livingston and obligation at all on your part. Even pie bougalnvUIea. Mrs. N. G. Corset :;, N. Co In..m. D:c.
Mia Alice Macomber. Ball 13 N. E. Eighth St. I Ores, II. U. _. 1. 14. II. INII

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Page Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 28,1941

.1 3 TOURNAMENTS ty.stead In Delta was formal pledged Delta pledging, n.tIon.llOrorl-this week service toDelta III I IDOG

I Homestead

f J IN ROW WON BYLOCAUUNIORHI the Miss beginning la Dyal an who attractive of entered the spring and Brenau popular semester .t. High-Lights |I

member of her class.
Her sister Miss Iva Dyal, coedat AND SKUNK James Archer Smith Hospital because II. H. S. Sees Parade
- Stetson Unlvenlty in DeLand, of an ear Infection and flu.
: Of Progress MarvelsIt
For the third consecutive time was ont of the Tri-DelU modeling The fifth and sixth .,.de-a...I
Homestead won the Junior high the latest In fashions and staginga ARE COOKED IN learning new songs. :The girls
school basketball championship In combination bridge-style revue have been learning an Indian dancein It won't be long now before all

the Dade County "B" division of Saturday at the DeLand Woman's physical education, and have you guys and gala will be walking
the district tournament when it Club to swell the coffers of the SCIENCE CLASS,also learned acme new games, one I around in a milk suit or a glassdress
defeated Kin loch Park Junior British/ Relief fund.Homestead which Is called "kangaroo hop.,
as was shown to us In an
High IT-M Thursday of last week I---.....-.-.-.............. M (rf exhibition of the Parade of Prog.rest. -
Mr. Hester's science class is
in the Edison gym at Miami. I I
Seeded tint the Homestead team Girl Scouts making dog and akunk soup The TENNIS MATCH OFF .

won i 25-13 victory from Red- By Mary Suber, Scribe purpose Is to boll these sweet The tennis match between Miami John Pierpont 'gave very many
land'i Junior high team Wednei- smelling meats until tender and High and Homestead I Is unfinished interesting experiments with the
day. then to get the bones out so the but will be played off at a electric eye and the fan. There
Flernoy Lett Homestead for EXPLORING A HAMMOCK animals can be reconstructed In I later date. I was an experiment with a flashlight
ward, was voted the most outstanding By Barbara Jeaa Smith skeleton form. I presume Mr. Homestead will challenge Weal and the electric eye. The
and the most valuable We left the Rheney home Saturday Hester has never had more compliments Palm Beach here the last of this flashlight much to my amazementhas
player In the B dlvlilon. Feb. 22, 1841, at 9.30. than he has had today for I week. They will play five a microphone In it where the
Homestead was represented by I When wt reached the hammock his cooking: ability and 'also for his' matches and two double .In.I.I' batteries were.Fluorescent .
three players on the all-tourna we found some wild holly and a ability to tantalize us with fragrant The boys are practicing lights were shown
ment team which was selected red flower which we couldn't spicy food thenlcs and marching with the which: have no wires In the bulb.
ta follows: Lott of Homestead I identify. Grade Torcise. girls so that they will be able to You have probably fussed becauseof
forward: Billy Fort of Homestead Some of the girls went ahead perform at the Orange Bowl deny these lights in drugstores down-
center; Kenneth Greer of Red- .and cut a path while the others I Film Shows Progress onitration. town.
land forward; Yates of Redland, followed. A lot of the trees were Caused by InventionsThe -Geneva Vann. An exhibition of these few ex-
}or r guard; and Gordon of Klnloch covered with air plants,' some of I periments and many more will be
Park guard.Other which were In bloom. Those that Shorthand Class Makes shown In Miami.
Juniors enjoyed moving
Homestead boys playingIn were In bloom were beautiful. a -Edna.Forte.
"The American Display for FestivalWhen
the tournament were: Arnold The house in the middle of the picture
I.' Mcllwaln Felix Bullard. Steve hammock was very beautiful with morning In English The
picture dealt with the progressiveness one enter the H. H. S. classes are making bookets on-the
Biondo Bobby Dellinger Horace Its moss covered trees and the
of America and showed how booth over at the Fruit Festival he Near East The eighth grade history -
Coodlng, Lanier Whitehead Sam ground[ covered with grass.
Biondo, Robert Sullivan and Harry After we came out of the ham- much we, the people of America, will see all kinds of figures in class la making maps, dressing
Blihop.H. mock wt hiked to a little stream have to be thankful for. I shorthand. dolls and building colonial houses.
.: _ ___ _ hammock. Modern inventions have made Some are "making the nursery
of the
which north
was All of the classes are seeing visual -
lives of the and characters and
young people rhyme putting the
I When wt hid waded awhile Mr. the older also and I under the I Othersare education pictures.
II S. WINS' ones brighter rhyme drawing.
: 38-27 Parker cam by and drove us to
the hammock. worthwhile.It : writing a page of shorthand -Dolly Barnette.
showed how the automobilehas and are going to transcribe it under
We reached the Rheney's homeat
OVER FLYING L'S progressed since 1900. the article. It think it will
11:30 and cooked: our dinnerover
a charcoal pot.Present It showed how the home has make a very attractive display. NEURITISCLEARER
progressed In the past few years -Mary Jo Close. -
OF LAUDERDALE were: Mr. Rheney
/ar. Rheney Margaret Barnes, from the old way of cooking over
fire to the present of JUNIOR HIGH NEWS
an open way
Barbara Jean Home, Ruth Rut-
I land Barbara Jean Wakefield, cooking with bottled gas and elec. All of the Junior high classes are
Harmony and teamwork of the ricity, Also modem appliances
Norton Wakefield, Jolene Mock, making booklets for the Fruit
Homestead High School basketball such aa the sandwich toaster the Festival The'.1Io writing
and Barbara Jean Smith.
players resulted in a 33-27 victory refrigerator, modern Indirect lighting themes on "My Contribution to
for them over Fort Lauderdale I I and other things were ihown. My School"
In the local gym Tuesday night The class got a big laugh at the The Junior high basketball team
when the local lads made 27 point !Mary C. Sober ace between the horse and the won all of its games and if going
against their opponents' seven In I Two patrols left left Mrs Skill's horseless carriage (the first auto Into the finali.
two quarter home at 8:30 a. m. Saturday In mobile), with the car winning by The ninth grade Is making booklets
The score at the end of""hf I Miller's truck and Gatlin't car. We a few yards. on "Treasure Island." The
quarter was 8-0 In the 1 1I pasted many lovely scenes along -Melba Van Winkle. eighth grade is making booklets
Flying L'S. and then the Growers the way. After arriving at the on "Evangellne. All of the JunIor -I I' UNDERSTANDING
t :went to work to that by the end beach we went the way we wantedto ELEMENTARY NEWS high classes are making booklets A rapidly Increasing number of
of the third period the score was and had lunch. After lunchwe Miss Jackson and her class are containing collections of various sufferers from Neuritis are finding
27-13 for Homestead. gathered shells until 3. very sorry to low Wayne Smith themes written during the that relief from this affliction is to
Sullivan scored 17 points and During that time we saw a pig who transferred to Jacksonville school year. be more logically expected through
Chas. Robertson 11. which was going out in the ocean last week. The seventh grade geography the. methods of Chiropractic. A
Frlda1lYenin. the Growers defeated and eating prickly pen animals Miss Edwards' class heartily welcomes I knowledge of what Neuritis Is, together -
Andrew Jackson High from the prickley pen shell I Arthur Watts from New, with an understanding of
school team in the Homestead We picked up at least 71 kindsof eney. The children made Washington what Chiropractic does, is fre-
gym f8-at. Sullivan and Robert shells that could be found on hatchets In art last Friday. SEC CS FOR quently the first step toward relief
ton did moat of the scoring" with the beach. The children of Mrs. Thurman' from suffering.
tile aid of their teammates. On the way back to Homesteadwe room made George Washington TABLE AND FLOOR
The Delray Beach High School stopped at an Indian village lats. The second grade gave an HOURS
team, that has won 13 put of II and looked at the souvenirs. Wt exhibition In the faculty meeting LAMPS 1.3 to 1Z; 1 to 4:31; I to S
games, will travel south to meet arrived home at ( and were very last week on a unit of robins. It Tuesdays: 1:1' la M; S to I J*
Homestead Friday night at 7:SO in happy over our success. consisted of stories original draw. Sundays by Appointment
the Homestead gym. Ings' colorings, and a real bird's SMITIIGRAVESFURNITURE
i Miss Alta Webster Wins Mary C. Saber nestMist Ray's and Mrs. Hood's CO. MeCrory Arcade

Honors at Agnes Scott The achievement chart was rooms had a half-holiday last Fri I Pbeoe MIWHOMESIXAO.
checked for the boxes that are to day. |!I FLORIDA
Miss Alta Webster of Home. be used to put shells la We were The prizes for the best valentine
stead a Junior at Agnes Scott College asked to give to Mrs. Sammy went to'J. B. Morton and Barbara,,
was named to the college Home before Saturday a slip of Home. Rosa Sincore had a tonsil
vanity basketball team this week paper telling when the Girl Scout 'operation last Wednesday.Mrs. :
by a student-faculty council of the and her mother could help hi the Gallaher filed Mn. Mosses,
Agnes Scott athletic association. Scout booth. clsss' Jlbr'I7' books, and the students -;
The varsity team la composed of Our next meeting to be held at are very grateful I
players Judged to have performed the Fruit Festival where the Mrs. Wynn's room sent flowers,
beat In the weekly Utter-class newer exhibit la and will be to Ruth Byrum who Is In the

games played throughout the sea- counted a* our regular meeting.For " I
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Miss Webster, daughter of Mr. badge we are to look in our kitchens e el
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