Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00505
 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: August 29, 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: VID00505
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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Uainei1ie.i : Fla. THE HOMESTEAD

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-No.34: Homestead,-Florida, Friday, August 29,1941 Price H Cents

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Shortage of Materials Shuts Down

One Project, Threatens Another


Largest Crowd to \Pool, ; ARRIVAL OF PIPE 3 WEEKS

M'KEE -STAGES !Army- Treatment Hospitals, Says Provide Homestead for Proper Rector HENCE BEFORE REOPENING



Rector .f St. John's Episcopal Chuck to Hon eetea4 and Chaplain of Lining Completed
I Official weather report of the
hawsers General Hospital Atlanta. Subtropical Experiment Station. Already

HURT It hit now been tour month a personnel of more than a hunI Homestead Florida.

I since I left Homestead to come to I dred doctors and more than two NAILS AND TIMBERS
hundred Date I 11f..1 Ml. I R... I Rita
the total
serve as chaplain of Lawson Gen I Hof nurses Aug. 21. I 193 70 >29.98'trace LACKING AT CAMPS
I workers and patients will be
i eral Hospital. The institution Is Aug. 22 ... | 90 72 12996! .01
J il ;Pool Manager Performs destined to become one of the 4,000.approximately The hospital 140 is buildings made up of at Aug. 23.n.. I 90 I 72 I 1700 Kegs Ordered but On-
I / Aug. 24 |192 I 72 1 I .15
"Fire Dive" With 2 army' largest general hospitals. present, but several new ones are I ly 63: Received atSiteof
25 92 73 30.01 .02
| Ribs Broken going up. Nearly all are connectedby Contract
{Under the army set-up no man Aug. 28 92 72 30.031
t I may be discharged for sickness corridors 10 that wheel chain Aug. 27 62 71 '30.021
i LOCALS AND MIAMI from the army until he has been and litter cases may be taken anywhere Shortage of material closed down

! BEACH SPLIT WINSFlorida through the mill of one of these and everywhere.; Gen. W, one bg project in Homestead yesterday

:' general hospitals.! ...,The_ purpose, U Sheep, our commanding officer, DR. SMITH GIVEN and threaten to halt workon
1 therefore, is to concentrate the has his finger on everything and is
'I, City Girl Proves greatest specialists in institutionslike greatly liked as well as admiredby another.

Hit of Evening With this so that proper diagnosis the entire command. POST IN DEFENSEMEDICALSETUP The $400,000 contract for lining

i i Diving Featsj and treatment for even the most I On Jan. 1. the location of the and coating the pipe for the Key

obscure diseases may be available. hospital was simply a tree-covered West aqueduct came to a standstill

j The largest crowd In the history Our capacity is 2,000 beds. With I hilltop. Since that time, the trees when all the pipe on hand had gone
have been cut down and the ground
\ of the Homestead municipal swimming through the processing operation.
leveled until there Is nowhere a I U. W. L. resident oUii-er
j pool turned out Wednesday WALKER AWAITS grade of more than five per cent. Dr.J. A. Smith of Homestead has in charge of construction for the

* night to witness a swimming meet The hospital was then built by charge of Districts 1 and 2 in a first navy said yesterday that the plant

j sponsored by the Redland District CONFIRMATIONOFP.O.BIDO.K. working under pressure night sod aid and medical set-up for Dade of the Standard Abestos Manufacturing -

,' Chamber of Commerce and credit day. When I arrived in April, the County during wartime operations Co. will probably be Idle
buildings were complete as a whole for three weeks pending the arrivalof
ably staged by Pool Manager Art for according to an announcementmade
save a number of details
< McKee In the face of unforeseen which have since been completed.We by Dr. W. T. Larder chairman future shipments of pipe.
of the health and housing division Approximately 75 per cent of the
i j handicaps. have been taking in patientsnow of the Dade County Defense 18-inch pipe required for the 128-
j' Taylor Larimore of Roney Plaza M. P. Walker, owner of the for about a month and expect 'Council.Dr. mile aqueduct has already been

I Pool, Miami Beach, who amassed I II building In which the Homesteadpost i Christmas.to reach capacity before Smith said yesterday that processed. The remaining 2i percent
office Is now located who recently is expected to come in shipments
a total of 38 points, won the senior i his districts extend from Cape
submitted a proposal to the My own duties here have been Sable and some of the nearby keys that will extend into the
I division trophy, with Bill Campbell post office department In whichhe of course, the spiritual care of the I I on the south to Rockdale on the middle of October. Lt Sawyer said.
of Redland, runner-up. offered to construct a building entire personnel. Of these only north. Work on the migratory farm. labor -
, The Junior division trophy wentto designed to suit the growing needs about eight per cent do not have camps can not hit full stride

Sam Biondo of Homestead who of the local post office, Is expecting tome religious preference. The! I because of non-arrival of material
official confirmation of a report greater number, about a third, are contracted for. Of 1700 kegs of
garnered a total of 21 points. Suzanne !GIRL BURNED AS
that his bid had been approved. Baptist Then come the Roman |1 nails ordered only 6S have arrived
Sturm and Sam Phil pitt,
i tied Catholics with about 10 per cent,' I and with footing and piers poured,
Plaza swimmers
both for Roney of The building would be erected then the Methodists, then the Pres.'I HOTTAR SPILLS 'sill timber sufficient for only 21
place runner-up.
whole immediately south of the Western byterians and then the Episcopal; houses is on hand for some 180
McKee left with the
was Union Telegraph office and would ians. Among the patients they are'I houses to be built at the white
onhii shoulders
burden of the meet
have frontage on South Krome approximately in the same order. WHENSHE TRIPS i camp.
when Pat Flynn, experienced
avenue as well as S. E. First ave- Until steady flow of materials
It has been widely publicized i a
"' life guard and pool events promoter I

who had helped plan the defense meet, nue.Postmaster S. E. Livingston said I 1 (Continued on Page Two) I Barbara HiI1J: -;ar-clld daughter ''can crews be at depended the two upon labor, the camp skeleton projects -
received a summons to a
yesterday that he had not yet received of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. will not mcreaatd. It was
project Job In Puerto Rico for I Peggy Allen Sustains '
t any official word of the reported -
i which he had applied earlier. Then Hill, was badly burned about the laid yesterday. In fact. It was
two days before the meet McKee approval of Mr Walker's Broken Leg in Crash face, arms and back when she i I pointed out, It may be necessaryto

met with an accident which crack- bid.OZIiOllAl.NLIN I tripped and fell at the pipe line lay off some of the present rmployt'el. -
ed two of his ribs. i Miss! Peggy Allen, daughter of treatment plant Tuesday afternoon .

Nearly everybody thought the I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Allen of Home- 1 while carrying a bucket of hot
meet would of course be postponed stead suffered a fracture of the coating compound which she had ,To Talk on Defense
I Intended using to recoat the roof Need of Opticians
but McKee got himself taped up
left leg when the car In which she I l
and went straight from the hospital of the family automobile. "
LOCALPIONEER was a passenger was struck by one Dr. F. P. Archer, Sr., optometrist
Mrs. Hill and her two children::
to the pool to complete final arrangements .
driven at Goulds Tuesday
by a negro
and instructor at the American Institute
I' Barbara and Dudley, this summer
for his program. No I
one who saw the doughty pool DIES AT AGE 53 morning. are operating a soft drink andlunch School of Optics in Miami,
manager perform his fire dive I Miss Hazel Sullivan, daughter of stand opposite the treatment I i iI {will speak at the meeting of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sullivan of plant. Barbara conceived the I Homestead Townsend Club In Neva
Wednesday night could ten that
anything was the matter with him, funeral services for Ozro A.Hamlin Homestead, suffered minor bruises I idea of getting some of the surplus I:1 King Cooper School auditorium
however. The taping had disappeared S3 who died at 7:45: p. m. and cuts about the head when the I I[compound from the treating plant Sunday afternoon on the opportunity
and the dive Into the flamIng [Tuesday were conducted yesterday I force'ftth the collision threw her to atop the leaks in the roof of their I: offered by the defense programIn
gasoline coated pool was neatly afternoon at Turner Funeral Home windshield. JimmyDenton old-model car. She obtained the training for optical work.
and gracefully executed. by the Rev. C. H. Baker pastor, who was driving Miss Al tar compound and was on her way i I Optical workers are scarce, Dr
The one little section of bleachers of the Goulds Pentecostal Church.I len's car, was unhurt The three out of the plant when she tripped I I Archer: says, and their pay Is unusually .

I at the pool did not hold 10 percent Burial was in Palm Cemetery: at were on their way to Miami where over one of the rails on which the I high. Trained men are
. of the crowd that turned out ttaranja. I Miss Allen and Miss Sullivan are sections of the aqueduct pipe are I needed for the care and repair of

to watch the program of swimming Mr. Halnlin had been In serious employed.The rolled to the treating machinery.As gunslghts,, periscopes rangefinders
\ and diving events. Spectatorswere ill health for a year and a half. collision occured near the she fell, th buckt elt compoundwas I telescopes and binoculars.Lens
+! perched on the roof of the Death was due to a stroke induced I Davis lunch room at Goulds. The splashed over her. I grinders are In demand and the

bath house, on the embankment by uremic poisoning.He car driven by the negro was coming She was taken to the James Archer I necessary machinery and tools are
around the pool, on the concrete was born near Watertown,I south and across the path of Smith Hospital where It wassaid easily and cheaply made by those
aides of the pool and everywhere Minn. Coming to Florida with his I the Alleix.car to get to the Davis last night that her burns, who know how
-tt (Continued on Page Two), (Continued on Page Two) filling station. while painful, were not dangerous.,' The meeting will begin at 2

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.---.----..... spiritual work of the hospital. In I Consultant
I HAINLIN j jpa..ntl this large room also I hold my For Health EducatlolTallahassee

I Bible class and general service,, -
4 Bird II I.
A Little (Continued from Paw One) which Is now being well attended Aug. 28,-Narcotics$
:: civilian choir
when he was tour years We usually a education Ifi Florida has been
: old, he attended public school on to come out from Atlanta that adds pro-v
vlded with the services of a stated
Told Us Miami and I I to the services.
Mcrritt'i. Island and In greatly wide consultant with headquarters
I later attended college In Meridian At the other end of the building In the state department of'educa.
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--- -- --- -- I MIM from the offices there is a ol.rlumwhich ition. The consultant is John PerS'
nUT "Case at the Bat" had nothing on a certain local hltte Mr Hainlin, a member of the I I we have made into a chapel. ,I menter, former principal of the'

If recent newspaper account are any Indication. family for whom Hainlin drive Here the Roman Catholics have a Jupiter school and author of a
;. was named, came here in 1906 and well-attended mass each Sundayat I special bulletin on narcotics edu.'
\. homesteaded In Redland. He and S a. m. Then we have a Protestant ,cation which was published last
THAT the huge turnout for the ."immlqet Is added proof nil father the late V B. Hainlin, communion at 9 a. m., using year by the state department.

that the entire district would welcome and patronise a program operated a law mill north of Homestead the same altar. At the other end The services of Mr. Permenter

i' of outdoor sport entertainment In the evenings. until about 20 years ago of the room we have a Jewish ark I will be incorporated as part of the.
With his brother-in-law, Fowler of the covenant where we expectto
state health Instruction
Hair he went Into the Ice manufacturing start Jewish services In the near program
Larimore, Norman Smith. Suzanne business here In 1926, future, with a rabbi coming out under the supervision; of Joe Hall
Sturm, Sam Philpitt; time 43 2-5 but shortly afterwards returned to from the city for services. They Teaching objectives will Include
promotion of personal health
I and
seconds. been started before because
farming and grove culture. have not '
t (Continued from Page One) Senior 100-meter free style: 1, I He was married in 1913 to Miss we have had so few of the fine character on the part of Florida
and anywhere that afforded the Larimore 2, Bill Campbell i boys and girls; presentation of
Taylor ; ; Jewish faith here. But with the
Halite Cast, a slater of the late
least view of what was going on.. 3, Elmer Martin; time 1 minute 11 I jWilmer H. Cast of Kedland Besides i patients coming In, we now have practical, scientific information on
The pool's loud speaker system 1-5 seconds. the subject of alcoholic drinks; development .
his wife he leaves two daughters a good many more. .
was used to good effect In announcIng Senior 36-meter free style: 1, Another feature of my work Is of understanding of the
Mrs. Harold Faylor of Union-
t the events and proclaimingthe Larimore 2 Bill seriousness of the drinking problem
Taylor ; Campbell; town, 0., and Miss Elizabeth Hain the arranging of parties of men to '
winners. H was over this Martin time 21 seconds ; changing of the youthful impression
I, Elmer ; Various
fin of Redland; a sitter, Mrs. Fow- go to the city for -services. -
public address system that Mrs Senior race: 1, Bill Campbell that drinking is clever;
egg churches of Atlanta and other
ler Hair of Jal, :New Mex.; anda
Garnet Fales, singing cowgirl sang Elmer Martin 3 Don Done and fortifying young persons with
; 2. ; ; brother Neal Hainlin of Miami. nearby cities invite from 13 to 20
I her western songs that were received time 13 seconds. : His twin brother, Orlo, died three men In to church. They send out Intelligence concerning riarcotlcj.I .
with applause by the audi Junior' SO-meter free style: 1, years ago. to get them and after church Invite I I 'f'
ence. Sam Philpitt; 2, Sam Biondo; 3,i them to dinner and after din-I| Adequate Identification '
Petite 11-year-old Betty Lou Chas. Martin; time 35 seconds. Pall bearers were Ocle and Carl ner take them sightseeing and Sentry: "Halt! Who's there" *
the hit Gosnell, A. H. Price, Brown Ross, *.
Shelly of Florida City was Senior underwater distance tiring them back to the hospital In k Voice: "American.
of the meet with her diving exhibition swim: 1, Taylor Larimore; 2, Bill 1. O. Buggies and James Daugher- time for supper. In this way the Sentry; : "Advance and recite the

from the three-meter board.I IRoner Campbell-, Elmer Martin; time men get to church and also meet second verse of The Star Spangled
Pat Girard, swimmer from the' underwater 53 3-9 seconds; distance ty.BLACKFORD a number of the nicest families In Banner." ,.
Plaza Pool, also won 109 feet 8* inches (pool the city and so fight off nostalgia.Our Voice: "I don't know It."
plause with her swim-fin ap.I' record). j recreation officer Is doing a Sentry; : "Proceed, American.
; tion. Senior one-meter board diving fine bit of work with good sports The American Legion Magazine. >..
I A battle between miniature contest: 1, Taylor Larimore; 2, (Continued from Page One) program. Our team yesterday won
tleships and a display of fireworks Don Done; 3, Rat Girard. : that a number of army chapels are the second half of a league that we keep everyone busy, have resulted
marked the end of the meet. Senior three-meter board diving : to be erected In all the camps and entered when the first half was in a very fine morale which maybe *
I Junior division events were for contest: 1, Taylor Larimore; 2, :we are on the cards for one of over There are a number of oth- summarized In a remark a soldier -,
contestants 14 years of age and John Wheeler; 3, Pat Girard. these. But until that is erected er things being arranged for such made In my hearing recently
:younger; senior division events, for Junior one-meter board diving I a ward has been turned over to as swimming parties. movie parties "The Atlanta people seem to love,
t contestants 15 years and older. contest: 1, Suzanne Sturm; 2, Billy me for my purposes. This I have and soon we hope to have a the uniform so much that we have I
Winners of first, second and Dickinson; 3, Sam Philpitt. arranged also for a recreational I movie theatre of our own. These, got to make certain that no one of,
third places in each contest were Junior three-meter board diving building as well as a church. It together with plenty of the best us ever does anything to lessen''
I awarded gold silver and bronze contest: 1, Suzanne Sturm; 2, Billy consists of number of office'rooms i'kind of food and enough work to their respect for It." 01''
medals, respectively. Dickinson; 3, Sam Philpitt. In :front, These I use I "
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I Events and winners were as follows Judges were Ray Booker of for various purposes, chief among
I : Uatheson Hammock, Charlie which is as a library.
t Senior 50-meter free style: 1, Thomas of Roney Plaza Pool, and i Next comes a large room about
t Taylor Larimore: 2, Bill Campbell; McKee. The starter was McKee;I 80 by 25 feet which has been arranged -
( time, 30 1-5 seconds. timers, Chas. Steffani and Charlie:I as a recreation room witha
Junior 36-meter egg race: 1, Sam Thomas; announcers, Scotty Kirk stage in one end a number of Dick Huff
Biondo; 2, Suzanne Sturm; 3, Lake and McKee; clerk of the course,; tables at the other, and seats in
"\ Proctor; time 31 seconds. Roger Glenn. I the center. Here we have shows
Junior 18-meter backstroke: 1, put on by people from the city '
i Sam Biondo; 2, F. C. Stevens; 3, Not Ready to Eat It and here a glee club Is practicing '
Sam Philpitt; time 13 ..5 seconds. "So you complain of finding About sixty men come out to this
Senior 200-meter relay: 1, Homestead sand in your soup?" practice. I have secured the services -
I -Billy Campbell Billy Walton "Yes, sir." of a civilian. Dr. R. C. Edwards -|
Elmer Martin, Robert Sykes; "Did you join the army to serve as director for this. i
2, Roney Plaza-Taylor Larimore, your country, or complain about Outside of the glee club, the entertainments -'
Pat Girard Norman Smith, Charlie I the soup?" I now have been taken|1 InvitesYOU w

Thomas. "To serve my country sir-not over by the Red Cross so that J'
Junior underwater distance I to eat tL"Pasadena Post. may be released entirely for the :
swim: 1, Dick Campbell; 2, Lake I II
Proctor; 3, Alfred Saunders.
Junior 36-meter free style: I,
Sam Philpitt; 2, Sam Biondo; 3,
Chas. Martin; time! 24 1-10 seconds I TO PATRONIZE

Senior 36-meter breaststroke: 1,
Taylor Larimore, 2, Billy Walton; NOTICEThe II
3, Elmer Martin; time 32 seconds.
Junior 80-yard relay race: 1.
Homestead-Chas. Martin, F, C.
Stevens, Alfred Saunders, Sam
Biondo; 2. Roney Plaza Chris THE

City Council of the City of {

Homestead will sit as a board of t,

I i, equalization each :Monday evening Triangle BarbecueFederal

throughthe month of
August and Sth St. Homestead, Fla. ,

1941, from eight to nine to hear .

i complaints on the 1941 tax values. ,


HELP YOUTurner's
friendly dealings Signed : R. E. EDWARDSCity

with South Dade families hascreated NO POINT MISSED" !
a reputation for Clerk and Collector]] ,

kindliness., Integrity i and City of Homestead, Fla.HOMESTEAD.SWIMlVnNG Thorough Lubrication takes V Vs
efficiency. Let us help and t
more time but gets results. Can
counsel you in your time of I _
trouble. We can relieve you Y run smoothly wear Is mini-

: of so many details. EconomyIs mized, repairs cost Ie... Your
I maintained without the .......-.. ........... .. -.. Thomugh
Ear d1?** the best In lubri"
sacrifice of dignity and respect '
POOL LubCbUon cation. It gets it here, at standard -

THE HOU8 OF DIGNITY 'Open f A. D!. te lI.S: P. M. ': Sunday I U (,p. M. rates.
t awl ,Cleaned Every Monday. Closed An DayVJ
; Turner's Funeral Home >. \J'.Ur Tested Every Day
M-HR AMBULANCE SERVICE Family, fill: Aim'.t $1.15; Children. 75Svttmzclai

Lady Attendant I and Diving Lessons .... -. .5'0 AND KISSAM, .Props.

I flume HI homesteads ART McKEE, Mgr North Krome Avenue Homestead. Florid ",

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Friday, August 29. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three

LIONS HEAR E.:A. L 1100 Families Will Make MattressesAnd U soon t* enrollment warrants. Wm. Fox Joins Staff :
Mr BUs Mid. Thou who wish
Of Navy Officer Her :
Comforts From Cotton I to take the course are requested
I Surplus
AGENT RECOUNT to get In touch with Mrs. H. K.Faulk 1
Wm. F. Fox of Homestead has i
president of the Woman'* I .
joined the civil service engineering
In the east wing of the Chamber City, approved for the project last Club of Homestead, Mrs. James L.
PREDICTION MADE staff of Lt. W. L. Sawyer, resident :
will make Bird, president of the Junior Wom-;
of spring
Commerce building, Miss now Its own mattress naval officer in charge of construction -
an' Club, Mr Herbert Turner,
and Comforter Fifty poundsof or
Eunice: Grady, county home dem- 1 of the Key West aqueduct -
Cotton and ten yards of strong first aid chairman of the junior J
A prediction by Capt. Eddie onstration agent, Is supervising the club. His duties will be those of
Joking are given free for the mat-
Rlckenbacker that planes equipped i making of mattresses and comforters tress and four pounds of cotton and sn inspector of construction. j
Mill Ella Eppler of Jacksonville
and with with kitchen serving hot meals,' from cotton provided by the len yards of percale for the comforter Local F.: F. A. Spend arrived Sunday to take the place
two-way commercial
ra- Surplus Marketing Association '
Week at O'Leno of Mill Pauline In
Camp Powell typist
dio and television sets for the entertainment I Each of the 100 low-income families Each mattress worker needs two Lt Sawyer's office. Mist Powell
of passesngen, will from South Miami to Florida
or helpers, Miss Grady said
Seven membtrsof Homestead has been transferred to a navy project -
was recounted daily transcontinental) to Redland service District i I 1 and at least one of these helpers chapter of Future Farmer of: at Port EvergladesI .

Lions by H. W. Hoyt, Miami agent Capt. Blackford Will should be a man. The mattressesare America, their sponsor Geo N. I
I usually completed in two dnys Wakefield and R. J. Hester returned I Idling
for Eastern air lines, Return Furlough
Tuesday on
evening I.
Mrs. J. D.
Wysong is assistingMiss
I Sunday from a vtcck stay at I Little Johnny should have !been

"Airplane I I transportation andtravel I Capt. R. F. Blackford rector of I Colored Grady families In the supervision will begin work F. F. ,A. sponsored Camp O'Leno.I(hard at his home work. As I i. was
'St John's Episcopal Church ( Mr. Hester was an instructor in Father found him listening to the
have made rapid prog o on their mattresses next \\'ee.k. radio and his .
handicraft there. pencilWell.
Homcftead who is serving as chap-
ress since 1928 when a Pitcairn I
plane left Atlanta for Newark :bin at the Lawson General Hospital Boy who made the trip were: ," asked Father "wh,
the first mail carrying at Atlanta, will arrive [in Homestead 30 Finish Red Cross Ben Shuler, Norman Ernst Steic I don you do your ork'?"
over this Biondo, D L. Bowen, Richard Bigger "I can't. Dad," came Johnny'
6 Course in First Aid
route, said Mr. Hoyt. "Later In Sept on a 10-day furlough. I
*, Alfred Saunders and Darwin reply until 1 1e heard the latest
1928 ; Since the length of his active
the line was extended to Mi- I -
Cumber Norton Wakcflrld also news bulletin You see, I'\'e got
ami and from this small beginning!service has been extended from I About thirty members' of the local I Ito .'
.1 attended the camp. draw a map of Europe -Ex.
has grown a great system coveringthe one year to two and a halt years, Red Cross first aid classes took
eastern United State; and put- h. will make Atlanta his home for examinations on the five-week .
ting residents of Miami within the next two years. I course yesterday in the Woman's I
eight hours of 85 per cent of this On Sunday, Sept. 7, he will con- Club building here 1912
duct the services of St John's I
country. A. H. Bliss of Miami, who has I
with holy communion at 7:30 and
"Air transportation of passengerswas given Instruction to firemen and STATE DRIVER'S LICENSE
I 11 and Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.
Inaugurated by our company ambulance drivers at various times,
Mrs. Blackford it visiting relatives -
In 1931, and it now provides our in Seattle. has been teaching the class Amongthe ON SALE SEPT. 2
greatest source of Income. Commuting subjects covered were: band

between Chicago or New I WILL ATTEND STETSON ages, splints, shock, snake bites,
York and Miami I Is becoming very dog bites, poison taken internally,
common and business men and theatrical i DeLand, Aug 28-Mis* Nina artificial respiration, accidents and LEGION BLDG.
folk have found they can Dyal of Homestead will be among sickness OPEN ALL DAY
enjoy Florida wonderful climate he: 1941 crop of newcomer to the Men as well as women of the
and still fulfill Bring jour 1941 License with you
contracts by Stetson University campus when district are urged to enroll for
adopting this means of ,the Institution opens In mld-Seo- another class which will be started
James M. Hoffman, transporta-I tember. Miss Dyal, sister of Iva :
nor of Kiwanis Club Dyal, Stetson senior, and daughterof I I I..
will be guest speaker Mr. and Mrs E. J. Dyal, is listed
Ing of the Lion Club next Tuesday I al a transfer student from Brenauin I
announces John Neafsey, pro-' an advance survey of I

gram chairman for September. tions released here by ..................................................................................... t
Other speakers for the month officials apPlica-1
will Include: Judge David Heffer- The Homestead co-ed 1.
nan Senator Ernest R. Graham, other newcomers at
Rabbi Colman. Switman and others. Sept. 17 for the dinner marking the I
opening of orientation week. President I -
< Ftreman' (to imfill ion of one W.S. Allen will oftically welcome -
of bas workmen who ha met with the new student at the first I
anaccident): "When will your assembly of the year the following
dad be fit for work again" morning The rest of the week tenth
Boy: "Can't say for certain, butit classes meet on Sept, 22 will be I
will be a long time. filled with a round of 42 Days-42 Dollars
Foreman: "Oh, what makes ment and instruction for entertain-I
you think that" men in order to orient :
Boy: 'Co compensation' set new life at college upon which they
In."-Ex, will be entering. I :



I LEFTPrices


TRIP are going UP

MULLET tOe lb. 's

SHRIMP 30c lb. These prices are going DOWN

(We catch our bait fresh dally e


35c 45c 50c

Large AMortmeal of Hcoks Sltkers sad ether Uckte. BUY ONE NOW!!

Overseas Bait & Tackle Shop

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ASJOH1E tBACIflomtir: ARC1IP.a: with kfe oolnlou., Address _nloulou .
to AIM WoWl
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A Washington weather expert

RATES predicts that the long drought ere

U D.*. C .tT___.t.._ SIN cl* has passed and that for the
0.rtd& of I D 4t CoMtty-_ ...It next 30 years we may expect more
favorable growing seasons

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There was a man
According to the federal census
Who had a clock,
His department. our population Is In.
name was
creasing at the rat of a million a
Nathew Mean
year. If the immigration bars
every were let down what horde would
He wound that clock
t 1rN flock in from Europe!
t For eight and twenty yean . .

And then one day How the great Iron ore depositsof

HP found that clock Minnesota are being drawn upon
An eight-day clock i is indicated by the Detroit ship
to be; ping record which shows th.tQ\

And a madder man I a single day 70 ships passed down
Than Mathew Mean the river probably the great ma
Jorlty of them laden with
You would not care to se ore.
-John A. Taylor In Heavy Stuff. 0
The latest in war communlca
tion Is a vest fitted with a radio

Latin-American Highway STAFF outfit idteroommunlcable for a
i hundred miles with a one-watt battery
"Nearly 200,000 American motor. on up to several hundred
bets will visit Mexico this year." cf lIFE miles with higher voltage They
I Michael Scully well-known author OF THE new/A4 weigh about 2S! pounds
on Latin-American subjects,< e .
writes In the current Issue of the INDIANS
l TIIG7i1 Big business so hard hit for war
Rotarian magatlne "Alon, the
taxes, has a new name for the
highway that eight years ago was t : JArv.D/D
i present era: profitless prosperity.
Just a icar through primeval conn.
f s
try they can sleep In modern hotels JtOONTPIlODVCGS" THE
and eat In sir-conditioned restaurant )- O' t tj Three science specialists in the

f well-equipped*. Their cars station are "serviced at .f; 'PLANT: '': '' WIT,, ,rs ed University In extracting of Texas from have spinach succeed a .

( J principle that they have named)

I! Touring! tint has Industry already, Scully becomeMexico's re- 1: l1iJ \\ :\\\)' -/yINGS// for folic".U acid the believed Ills to which to be flesh a cure it ,

veuls II.will t
t 1 bring more to that tb heir". They'd have to extract

i country this year than any export. Jl i$ t ---- -- 'lot more things before I'd eat the)
Population along the highway zone stuff i
has trebled. The use of cars has Increased For centuries the INDIANS of Florida en Years' Florida war of 1835-42. . .
60 per cent In ten years have utilized the KOONTI PLANT in the The familiar noise "Ka-ty-did' is not
and three assembly plants have making of bread. The primitive manner made by the mouth of the insect as is commonly The Pittsburgh Post Gazette j,1

been Installed in Mexico by AmerIcan ef. pounding the roots to small particles and supposed, but by its wing membranes states of that that city the employ 28 basic steel plants
129,000 work
j firms. drying the mass in the preparation of flour rubbing against one another. In Florida ers with
a weekly payroll amount
Must Important, while the highway it still in vogue. Had it not been for this the call of our species is shortened to Ing to five million dollars ,)
Is only halt finished it has plant the Seminoles could not have so long "kat)." 01 :'

already united Mexico and broken. resisted the whites during the great Sev The old defeatist cry of "Nosoap" .'
down many local prejudices, for
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is to be overcome by a wafer
people meet strangers" along the --.-...----.... remain.
I will probably sermon today lasted an hour and that resembles tissue paper 2): of
highway daily. And the money Children in CourtBy Again thanking you for your a half." His voice fell to a whisper them being but a half-inch thick
spent In Mexico comet back In kindness, I am "A funny thing happened," but each producing a creamy lath.
purchases of Increased numbers of Padre Malcolm RatfleUA Sincerely yours, he continued. "I was a little late,er.

farm, garage, electrical, and household -..-- ..Y,M,e I (Pvt.) Richard W. Fuchs getting up this morning and In I .:.
implements A COMMUMTT: PROBLEM Fort Bragg. N. CToo my hurry I put In my wife's teeth Some one say the brilliant mind
Already one-third of the remaining by mistake and-well. I just Is like a church spire: it Is the first ;
link 'of nearly 1000 miles Five boys from one family had Long couldn't stop talking."-Heavy to catch the light and holds it the
finished. and the rest Is being tackled. 1'1 I Stuff longest
Below Mexico where I been In court within a period of The most common fault that we . .
Their ranged from find with some of our preachersIs
year ages
miles of road to the Panama Canal The Substitute The United States News magazine -
la five to fourteen : their offenses that they make their sermons
needed 400 miles have been years states that a wellequippedarmy
built and paved, 800 miles are ran all the way from stealIng too long That Is probably why the English political speeches, at Is at least six months possibly <
good In any weather and the remaining milk bottles to automobile robbery preacher who can pack a full their best, have long been noted a year away. ;
500 miles are surveyed and ... These boy lived with two 'sermon Into a short period attains for their pungent humor A re- ,

the most vital bridges already sisters and their mother in a two the popularity element.especially But with Joinder of John Morley given In In the war In 1861-63, both sides
younger occasionally -
built. roonv jhack on the edge of town. \ the preacher finds that the heat of battle, is a typical simply penned up their prisoner

Transportation 11th t major Their father was dead and their the length of his sermon is example. and kept them In Idleness The
problem of Central America. It widowed mother employed at a dependent upon conditions be- Morley had Just finished a campaign more thrifty Germans have placed
coats leas to bring rice from the I semi-starvation wage as a dishwasher yound his control As that of the address by requesting his about three minion prisoners at
Orient than to transport across in a hotel, where her work j new preacher in our church whose listeners to vote for him, when work on farms and In mines and
the countries of Nicaragua and I kept her from early morning until first sermon, which clocked ten a man Jumped angrily to his feet factories It Is better for the men
Costa' Rica from the east coast toi ten or eleven o'clock at minutes flat, boded well for his and shouted, "I'd rather vote for and best for the Germans, turninga
the west coast! For thai reason,I)Since the boys were left to ft1lht'j.popularity There was a bit of disappointment the devil! liability Into an assetIn
plus the Impossibility of for themselves It was no "
however, when the "Quite so, rejoined Morley with
crop from the interior, wonder that they got into trouble next Sunday he ran to fifteen a smile, "but is case your friend discussing names you might
as 93: per cent of Ira markftln'l A day nursery would have cared minutes But on the third Sun- declines to run, may I count on mention that of the two million
some countries Is left for the smaller boys; supervised'day when he preached for an hour your support*"-Wall Street Journal French prisoners of war In Germany *
But while the road Is not yet recreation would have occupied the and a half there was such consternation 40.000 of them have a var-
completed, "don't think of the.road older ones when they were not I In among the young folks iant spelling of Martin as. a family

as a project that awaits the ceremonial -|school The average small com- that a group was formed to Playing far Safety name
. .
cutting of a ribbon before however neither .
munity, provides devise a way which would bring
t Its benefits are apparent" warns''the one nor the other Neglected him back to a sermon of reasonable One of the first things impressed W.A.Percy, author of the charm
Scully. "It is already serving its 'children are a problem to the length A committee was appointed on the "cub" reporter by ing book 'Lanterns Along the

primary purpose In Central Amer. community in which they live. A. who made what was ostensibly the editor of the local paper was Levee", says "Th Souths two
ica as In Mexico little money spent for their care a social call during which the awful consequences of making deficiencies are character and education *

would pay dividends In the long the subject of long sermons was ill-founded statements Then he which, after all, are world
While supervising national election run. tactfully broached The preacher was sent to report'a church bazaar deficiencies", "These terms are in

In Nicaragua the U, S. Marine -- understood and appeared glad to no wise synonomous The deepest
asked even native to dip explain. "You can understand" I I I I "The bazaar" he wrote "was dyed villain may have a college
his finger in mercurochrome, so THE MAIL BOX he said "that at my first sermon i iI [opened (so it Is said) by Mrs diploma and an Ignoramus may,
that the tell-tale stain. would aid was nervous-so nervous thatj|Jones, the wife of Councilor Jones, possess tome A the highest prlncl.pIe. *

In the detection of 'jvpeaten". IX JUDGE Am'OCATE'. OFFICE I had to cut it short By the next commonly supposed to be a more of manhood, though will admit -
Sunday my nervousBeaa had disappeared or less highly esteemed tradesman that the chances are against
,It Is thought and thought alone Editor Leader-Enterprise: and I would have of this town. She was him y
that divides right from wrong: 4t Many thanks to you for sending preached half hour which I believe dressed in what some would describe -
U thought, and thought only, that to me the Leader-Enterprise. I k just about as long as a as fashionable attire, and How important the typewriter and]
elevate or degrades human deeds don know of any other Homestead sermon should rust, except that was supported on the platform by the calculating machine have become !
and desire*.-George Moore men here, but have passed Jon my false teeth troubled me and the so-called vicar and other re- as a part of war equipment J
to some of the Miastli- oup who I had to stop after only fifteen puted ladies and gentlemen. is Indicated by the federal purchases /
What men want, Is not talent It Is were interested. minutes Although the visitors Answers. of thetejmounting to millions *

purpose, not the power to achieve I have finished my Initial trainIng appeared attentive the preacher of dollars For 1939, 24 mil
but the will to labor-Lytton, period but was kept In the observed that they expected a Save a dime a day and one dollaron lion dollars was spent on such machines -
I 'clerks' training battery n an instructor -! further eirehnaUon He .walked your birthday. At the end of ; la 1MO the amount rose

ij It I* not enough to be busy; so Then I was transferred hesitantly to the kitchen door and the year for your $37.50 you can to a8 minion dollars; andfor the
are ants. The question Is: What to work In the Judge advocates closed>> it softly "I suppose," he purchase one ISO (maturity\ value) present year the figure is one bun

I: are jive busy abovtf Thoreau.'.o, J ,office in post headquarters wherj.said, "you are wonderinr'why my I I defense savings bond. dred million dollars.If'l .

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Fridav. August 29. 1941' THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE' Paw_ Fire

to return to their home next week.land rm,- Tommy, return borne Bobby Carpenter was brought
They have been guests of Mr. and with Aid:Oils: tor a visit I home Monday from the Kendall

I Mrs. Sam J. Davis of Redland during , hospital slightly improved in con
? I
In and Around their stay dition.

I I Mr. and M--D. Coker had I "'II, Mrs. W. '". Severs I Mrs. L. Forj.Uh Is visiting her

as guests Wednesday and Thursday son and daughter-in-law Mr. and
Homestead Mrs. Coker's brothers and sis'I Mrs. K E. Crowson. her daughter ] Mrs. Wm. Forsjth of Fernandina.Mr. .
ters-in-law from Alva, Fla., Mr.' Mn. F. A. Petrow of Miami and Mrs. Alton Booth and
''and Mrs. H. E. Keen and Mr. and and daughter, Frances and family of Homestead moved into
Mrs. N. E. Keen and their daughter Sony, returned here Sunday after the Severy house on Palm avenue
Tom Collins enlisted in the med Mn. Frank Morris returned Sat II Berda. spending nine weeks In Key West Tuesday.
ical corps of the army and left for urday after spending a month in with relathes. Mn. Petrow and

Camp Standing Monday night He Philadelphia and three weeks in Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Clark had as her children will spend several LOCAL HOSPITAL NEWS :
will be assigned to a base hospitalIn Mount AIrey, N. C. She also visit- guests several days last week, Mrs. weeks with Mr. and Mn Crow-
Panama.Mr. ed a cousin In Fort Bragg, N. C. T. W. Shore of Winston-Salem and son In Florida City before returnIng A three-and-a-half-pound girt i iwas
I to Miami born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
her Thad.
Glidden in the James Archer Smith
and Mrs. Art McKee announce Mn Virginia Edwards returned
the birth of a son, Wayne Friday from a three-month visit Joy Peters who lives with her R, W. Mullinf left :Monday for Hospital Sunday, two days after
Glidden had
Norris In the Kendall hospital last in Winter Bark, Fla., Newnao. Ga. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J a\\>,vlsit with relatives in Kansas Mrs. undergone an ap-
Saturday. Mrs McKee Is the former Tuscaloosa, Ala, and Brownswood Campbell ID Homestead returned CIIr: No. '' h pendix operation.
I Clarence Turner of Redland
Miss Iva Conner.Mr. I Texas. Mr and Mrs. R. B. Jones, Sunday after spending a week was
of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. W. K.: with her father Henry Peter, in ,Mr. and Mrsid': Kiel and operated Geraldine on Monday tonsil
and Mrs. Howard Johnson,,Whitmire of Athens, Ga., and their: Miami. daughter, Virginia Clair returned Douber111'.1 a
are entertaining Mrs Johnson's',little son visited several days at, last week from a visit In Cramer.II ectomy patient Tuesday.
her Infant
cousin Mrs. W. B. Grooms of Mrs. Edwards' home after her re Mr. and Mrs. Joe Torano and tan, N. C. They were accompanied Mrs. Larry Holt and
week returnedto
born last
arrivedMonday. turn. home by Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Well son, were
Bowling Green, Kjr. who their three son and Mrs. Emma their home
I Curry, all of Key West visited Mr. and ton Paul who have taken I Sunday.
Mrs. Jess Cochran of Coconut
: Sergt and Mn. Dukes West of I tend Mn. Harry Pierce In Homestead an apartment in the J. S. Caves Grove returned home
was yesterday
Tampa will spend the week-end and Mr. and Mn. Joseph W. home for the season.
Mrs. Frank L. Skill and daughter I : after a week of medical treatment -
Elizabeth returned yesterday with Mr. West's parents, Mr. and Lowe in Redland over the wetk
1! Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tomassl
Mrs. O. A. in Homestead.
West end.
from Washington, D. C., where I Mrs. James McCready who was
moved Into their new home on Ave.
. Mrs. Skill has been visiting her I operated on last week will be re.
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and I Col. and Mrs. Herbert M. Pool' Landon Rickaon accompanied by B this week. I turned to her home Sunday,

Mrs. W. J. White and Miss Skill' of Clemson College, Clfmson, S. C, Richard Hickson. left Tuesday for ,' Jack Campbell, an appendectomy
and their daughter Wylene left vacation In Raleigh and Nettle Mrs. .A. B. Langham and children
has been attending summer school) a patient, will be returned to his
< Marjorie,Audrey and Wayne,
for their home
Wednesday after
of Maryland.Mr. I
at the University home In Naranja tomorrow.
II spending ten days visiting CoL and left Sunday tar Eldred. Fla. after

and Mrs. T. J. Bleier returned -I Mrs. Alva Lee In Silver Palm. Col. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Strickland a visit with Mrs. Langham's parents -, ARRIVES IN PUERTO MOO
Friday from the summer school and Mrs. Ralph Klngman enter' will leave next week for a vacation Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Caves.

at Peabody College in Nashville tained,, the group at the Bamboo in SJtatesboro Ga. I. Roy Martin of Homestead arrived
where Mr. Bleier completed work' Tavern Monday evening.Mr. Miss Milfred Severy was takento In Puerto Rico on Aug 20
for 'a master's degree in physical Mils Mildred Craft and Miss the Kendall Hospital Tuesdayfor and hell now working on Vieques

education and Mrs. Bitter, a library and Mrs. Curtis E. Lee and Elizabeth Sage moved Monday to treatment, ._ Island according to a letter received
r science degree. Mr. Bleier Is a daughters, Carol. Joy and Janice, Coral Gables where they are now- :- by his parents )tr. and
r"member of Phi Delta Kappa fraternity were guests Sunday of Mr. and employed. i Miss Melba Sever will leave Friday Mn. Caas. Martin.
and Mn. Bleier l of Kappa Mrs. J. B. Williams In Miami. I for Baltimore where she will All there Is to do Is to work and ,.
t Delta Phi sorority. On the way Mn. T. R. Ellis of Alva and her be married on Saturday to Charles to sleep the letter states, and he iswell
home they stopped In Gainesvilleto Mrs. L. T. Proctor, her daughter, daughters, Mrs. Beuford Plett of Q. Carpenter.Joe satisfied with his work. Work
visit Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Fl- Reba Nell and Mrs. S. A. Proctor Fort Myers, Mrs. John Elmore of goes on seven days a week.
Kld. left Friday for a visit in Oordele' Clewlstoa and Miss Tommie Lee ; Sereechia returned Saturday
Savannah and Valdosta. Ellis spent last week visiting Mrs. from Beverly] Mai. where he spent; .
the summer. IDr. Leonard W.GLASSES. Haakla.
Mn. Sam McKlnstry of Pahokee Lena Hewitt and Mrs. Ejnar Larsen -
and Mrs. Willa blow visited at Mrs. Ben McClellan of Nashville in Goulds and Mrs. R. S.
and her daughter Miss Minnie Clark and John Hewitt In Home R. E. Scott Is visiting relativesIn I
the, home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. .1 ....-+ .I
Lee who have Georgia. Mrs. Alma Doxsee Is 'wa aid h.rW I
Martin from Monday till Wednes been here settlingthe stead. Mn. Hewitt is the motherof I rraa
estate of Mrs. taking his place as special deliverycarrier : . ..
day. Mrs. Inlow recently returned sister Mrs. Lanen. Mrs. Clark Mn ISI N. Pint es. r! "
the late Mrs. J. I at the Homestead of flapliHIr Air CuSMMd
relatives from a visit in Pahokee.several weeks with E. Davis, plan Ellis and Mr. Hewitt Mrs. Clark fice. post .. iMifMUral T_ 4s

Mrs. Adrian Jacobs and son,

o f Billy, returned Tuesday from a I Used Car Bargains That Mean
[ two-month trip to California where 0 s
Mrs. Jacobs' ,
;l they visited parents
i Dr. and Mrs. W. C Norman, in
i j Glendale and Lt-Com. and Mrs. Money In The Bank!

|t b John Gallaher, In Coronada Beach.
. They were accompanied home by
Mn. Jacobs' mother who will
' spend several weeks here. Mrs. GUARANTEED TO BE

\ Jacobs and Billy also visited Major I
; and Mn. Frank Armstrong at PRICED BELOW THE MARKET

MacDill Field in Tampa and other

friends In Memphis, Albany and

Jacksonville. I 19SZ V-8 FORD Fair Condition..
.! SMALLW Convenient
Mrs. Helen Hackler who returned 1039 BUICK 4-DOOB SEDAK-Orlctsul paint, lead ]
' last week from a two-month visit mechanically! ratio; prlee* to sen.19M .
with relatives ,In Saco, Me, will fib
\ move to Miami over the weekendto BUICK 47 SEDAN-New paint; new seat covers. ((4 r wn pa a.)

live with her son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mn. Otha Hackler.' 1'H CHEVROLET t-DOOB SEDAN-la excellent eoadl-
ties Uuvacnoat.

Miss Lois Bebrens who has been Now the small home can be built right from
attending the summer session of 1914-WILLYS PORDOB SEDAN-Worth Considering for

Duke University at Raleigh N. C, cheap traasportaUon. start to finish. It can be well d igned. It can

will return to tier home In Naranjathe I
last of the week. Mil MODEL A FORD TUDOR SEDAN-lair eondiUen be veil constructed. It can include modern

conveniences.The .
7 Food Storage Zones You Can Bank on a Buick Dealer

in TWIG her
small home has never been so usable-and

tPpJAllllECTRIC II It PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. livable. Home financing has never been so

RUWlCWtATOR I Buick-Pontiac Sales and Service practical] for the moderate-income family.

I r So. Krome Ave. Phone 18 Homestead, Fla. The down payment may be as low as onetenthof

the property valuation. One loan will

take care of the remaining cost of a new home.

t Time 4o HOMES GOING UP Repayment i> made in monthly installments

Suddenly you've noticed many
more new houses being built in out of your income over ample time.

response to the new, Increasing
demand for modem-type homes.
3 If you have been "looking We will help you to put through your appli-

JE3a. around" for a home purchase cation for an F. H. A. loan.
opportunity let us show you
EAST several we promise are "unusu

TERMS j al!" Prices of home-properties W. D. HORNE CO.
soon will be going up-fast!

Mss sates.9 acts Ink hs-n.rb a" EDWARD STUNG
Hardware Lumber and Building: 3IaterialdHotBeitead.

Smilh-Grarca Furniture C*. I'I'I_ C.. sutALTea I Fla. none ",-,.
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business houses are, of which are: the president, Mrs. Mrs J. B. Seats was honored Groover, Mrs. Seats and Miss

j lending their large< electric fan James L. Bird. Mrt Bruce Ennli. I with a miscellaneous bridal Pritchard.,

I for the Labor Day dance which the I Mrs Augustus Wynn Mri Olin er given Tuesday afternoon ahow.1 I Those sending gifts were: Mrs
Junior Woman1 Club of Homestead I Wright Mrs Burley Dendy. Mrs. s home of Mrs J. K. Scott In R. E. Sherard. Mrs. Jessie Sartor,

(. will give tomorrow night In Fitzpatrick. Mrs Virginia Walton, I da City by Miss Primrose I Mrs. J. L. Batchelor Mrs J. M.
the Chamber of Commerce building I Mrs E. A. Buchanan. Mrs R J urd Mrs Seats' is the Prltch.1 I Forte. Mrs S. G. Gibbs, Mrs C. C.

s and Gordon Ivey superintendent Elliott, Miss Geraldine! Reitz, Miss Constance Hunter. i Marsh, Mrs. P. J. Franklin Mrs.
( at the city light plant will Pearl Whitaker and Miss Ellen Various games and contests were I R. O. Shore Mrs. J. M, Scarborough
have them installedTin. Huff. Members of the committee played during the afternoon. Pineapple Mrs. Ansel Barrow. Mrs Joe
worked several night during the salad saltines and Ice cream I Torcise, Mrs Fielding Ruff Mrs
I will assure dancers a cool .
dub chairmen promise past week enameling in royal blue fby I were served. Richard Cain. Mrs Virgil Bird,
r exomnK tablet and 200 chain recently Present were: Mrs. C. H. Hart 'Mrs H. Hunter, Mrs W. H. Sheffield
A nnvol chain effect of blue and
purchased by the club for Its social Mrs J H. Dixon Mrs A,M.Pritch- Mrs Van Arsnll Mrs Harry
and of the
gold crepe paper events. ard, Mrs. I T. Nixon Mrs. Ray O Hunter Mrs R. L. Godwin Miss
I same colai'< will be used In the decorations -
whwh being The Floyd Wheatley orchestraof mond Roberts Mrs Jack Taylor Genie Perry, Miss Nina Bullard
are < put up
under the direction of Mrs Ceo Miami will furnish the music Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mrs. Scott, Miss Vera Delk, Miss Rose Peterson
Miss Mary Bradley Miss Kathleen Miss Louise Harris, Misses
If Fitzpatrick and the executive Reservations for the dance
t may Freeman Miss Katherine Marsh, Melba and Mosley Sever, Miss Hel-
committee of the club members be made by telephoning 528-M-l.
Miss Edna Forte Miss Bonnie ,en Bradley and Miss Beth Hunter.



Mrs. Ernest Eby of Covington, E. Kirby, Mrs. Harper. Mrs. Andrews
MRS JAMES L. BIRD Ky, was guest of honor at a din and Mrs. McConnell
A miscellaneous shower In honorof man Mrs L. I. Ball Mrs. M. A.
Under the presidency of Mr. ner party given at the home of Mr. ----,_.-
,,. Pye Mrs. Arthur Sage, Mrs. E. F.
M Joe Ben Smith the former and Mrs. Chas. Martin
Sage Mrs. Vane Harris Mrs. Jesse James L. Bird, the Junior Wom on Tuesday. The Calendar
i Miss Alice Sage was given Friday Covers were laid for: the hostess, .. .
Soper, Mrs. Oda Zakery, Mrs. M. J. I an's Club of Homestead has Initiated of - -
afternoon the Redland Woman'sClub guest honor, Mrs. Sam McKin-
in Bonds, Mrs. Felton Stevens, Mrs a program of dances whichare of Aug 29-Meeting of art class In
atry Pahokee Mrs. C. C. Reike
building by Miss Mildred M. J. Craft, Mrs. N. Spadaro, Mrs Chamber of Commerce at 9 a. m.
l (filing a real need for varietyin of Miami, Mrs. Willa Inlow Mrs.C. .
Craft and Miss Elizabeth Safe A. W. January, Mrs Mario Lopez E. Saunders, Mrs. Della Morgan Aug 30-Labor Day dance In
entertainment and recreation for
A profrjm presented during; the Mrs. Geo. Wingate, Mrs. Chester and Miss Lou Campbell. Chamber of Commerce building
afternoon consisted of: two piano Redd, Mrs Pool Mrs. Mills Mrs. the Redland District. A Labor Day Mrs Eby returned to her home sponsored by Junior Woman'sClub.

't' solos, "La Paloma" and "The McLean, Miss Mary Byars Miss dance arranged for Saturday night Tuesday .

Thinker" by Miss Grietje) Terburg;,, June Vrana Miss Virginia Sage, promises to.be one of the best in' Sept. 1-Called meeting of W.
two accordion solos, "San AntonioRose" Miss Helen Goldenbeskl, Miss Mar the series. M U.
t tha January, Miss Ruth Gossnell, SCLATES
and "Under the Double! Sept. 1-Business meeting of
Eagle', by Miss Virginia Walker;1 Miss Frances Soper, Miss Betty Jay TO MEET ON THURSDAYSThe Homestead B. P. W. C.

i} tap dance "Playmates" and 'Bi Sage Miss Walker, Grietje Ter ASSISTS JUNIOR CLUBPRESIDENT Dorcas Class of the First Sept. 2-Meeting of W. M. U.
{ cycle Built for Two" by Julia Ann burg Miss Julia Ann Sage and Baptist Church of Homestead decided circlet.

Lee; a piano solo, "Goodnight" by Miss Craft. at Its meeting Friday after Sept. 5-Luncheon meeting of
Mrs. W. B. Mills; a vocal solo, "I Those who sent gifts : noon at the home of Mrs. W. T. Episcopal Auxiliary\ with Mrs. W.
Love You Truly", by Mrs I. P. Mc Mason Roberta, Mrs. W wereMr"1 f-i _arv I I McConnell to change the meeting R. Bird.

Lean; and a rending, "Showers", by Mrs Ozra Halnlin, Mn. (date to the fourth Thursday Mrs Sept. 5-Meeting of Art Club's
T Mrs McLean. Singleton, Mrs. Chas Enquist Mrs.j McConnell and Mrs. F. L. Mcilwain painting class in Chamber of Com-

Cake cookies and punch were L. A. Young Mrs. Gordon Ellis I were hostesses. merce building at B a. m.

served Miss Beth Gautier, Miss Lillian Mrs. C. T. Harper, president, had Sept.t-Business meeting of Jun-
Present were: Mri. Harvey Goss. Swilley and Miss Marjorie Redd. I charge of the business session. Mrs. ior Woman's Club.

Bert Andrews conducted the de- Sept. 9-Meeting of Homestead

0. E. S. DISTRICT CONDUCTRESSES ARE votlonals Woman's Club.
I. I Ice cream and cake were served Sept. 9-Business meeting of W
ENTERTAINED AT SAM J. DAVIS GROVE Present were: Mrs. E. H. Collier, M. U. circles.

t -- Mrs. L. A. Wise I Mrs. Fred Redd, Sept. 25 Meeting of Dorcas
I Mrs.: Chas.: Martin Mrs.. Julia_ _ Folk. Class.
Mrs Sum J. Davis and Mrs. A. conut Grove Mrs. Maud Rhodes i '

R Meybrm, conductress and associate > and Mrs. Ruth Roussell of Coral tt.-
conductress, respectively of I Gables Mrs. Myrtle Shanahan and ", 'r..aiirri> ''IOW"7:
Ad Astra Chapter of the O. E. S., Mrs. Mary Patro of Allapattah, '

entertained the conductresses and Mrs. Mary Hudspeth, Mrs. Lula r Jack Howard
aswtlate conductresses of the district Freeman and Mrs. Maude R. Mur- 1 'I Poll DIXIE DRUG
at n luncheon Wednesday at dock of Miami and Mrs. Molly Johnson I

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Davit Brown and Mrs. Lillie Carraway of Phones 31 and 1191
In Redlund Little River.

After the luncheon games and

stunts were enjoyed and the guests JUNIOR CLUB TO HOLD _-- f.fan "A'ali
were taken on a tour of the Davit MEETING: ON SEPT. I
grove and a tour of the Redlund The regular business meeting of MRS. T. J. WALKER

District. the Junior Woman's Club of Home J (ARANOME % G l tL
The guests Included: Mrs. Olin stead will be held In the club Prof. and Mrs. Floyd Arpan o r h
Edwards and Mrs. Chas. Behrens \Evanston, 111., were dinner guest
house on Sept. > Instead of on the
: .* Whether school
of Naranjd Mrs,Ella L. Swasey and first Monday which is Labor Day. of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haley li you are girl age or older, you
Mrs Vivian Levey of Hialeah, Mrs I Florida City last night. Prof. am 11 L ". .n'th. finest In besdty preparations. There'sa
Florence O. Martin of Miami The Homestead B. R W. C. will Mrs. Arpan are visiting Mrs. Ar.p.n' ..1 ,; j" lesson for everyone who values charm In the

Beach Mrs. Rachael A. Witt of Co- evening hold a business in the Chamber meeting of Monday Commerce I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.. I \ -..... beaut* wisdom of using Cars Nome makeupa

building.The Holferty of South Allapattah Gardens 1..lOnht every woman should be InterestedIn.
W. M. I' TO HOLD II for several weeks. See the..complete**.* ot Car Nome today.

CALLED MXniNQ 4-H Club will hold 1U closing i Let ua .bo '" you what Care Norris Beauty Aids

A called meeting of the Woman's meeting on Sept. 3 when an I can' do to aiding! and presarvlaf! your charm.
Missionary Union of the First Baptist ; exhibit of work:done this summer
Church will be held in the TNI Reult Dave iTOH
will be made.
church Mondayi Sept 1. at I p. m.

when two matters of importance I, Klenzo Hand Brush
; cuNrc t
will be taken up, announces Mrs.
Frank Irwin, president. THERMOMETER Fin quality with 100%
.-To Keep, W Massachusetts seal 01 several.bristles. 'Save now. Get .

....All CONDITION. Wide. : I accuracy. 1 minute type
.f) a SKATI IN COMFORT I \ -hard rubber coast with
AMitmm. I to S r. M.CklUim. Awake
IM Advice. lie, ease tat ,., I tlis,, Each 25cI
C-... toss .. it *. .. ..
AtolnlM __ __ IU, flm Us ......_H f25

Venetian Skating Rink Deeo.1aIIIDQ__of uqWllletow.1n I ate eeoolKt
t tIM W'. tTtk, Aw Miami -. WIth t'bMmIque. !be
.....ter_ method e Cool,

I ...",,, 12111001J.; safe ooafortoblel i SUMMER or WINTER
i Drowsiness ..1 a .r
1 trite M* be bin!*!*. *U M JUkfot lOUR PRESCRIPTION SERVICE. i'
DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST have kelp" th..wada l.ep .1 N t IS YOUR PROTECTION
I dhmm.iquL
i Dr. B. F. Stebbins : I Brine your prescription the ltexatl
Drat Store when a double check guarantees
.... _nc,..
:Dfrfe Haven: 9 a. m. I* I p. msrfajrat I
Dr. L., W. Stebbins 011 1111,11,10.11111,11,10.11111,11,10.16Mt I tie h STOW
.. I U It g I W'e
Closed Saturdays IttS W. nark St. MlaaU ALICE'S BeAUTY
i iI -
I'IMM I-tJll l Ice Cream Made Fresh Daily

Free Parking Space i PARLOR in Our Store
I'I'I .-.. aa.e... AteeoIII I
I -tT" N. W. MTH IT. MIAMI Aa.i a.a.e4. o. Op ftwe I
PRONESill" i WANT ADS AV ..... ht.1IiII6 .
; ".J ::1 ac"c..n., 't"1: 41"11511I"011 FOR i)***!*tilts ALWAYt


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ty of wieners and accessories contented '

WHAT ISTT everyone except Chairman

Philip} Reams efficient committee ICLASSIFIEDADS1

( on refreshments Invited to return ! III

to the sunken garden memo
RATE: First 10* a line; subsequent InnrrtioT
bers and their guests were servedice r
cream cake and 54 a tin
WITHOUT AHARDEN Pre-vnt were Kenneth

Rex Romine. Cecil Parker. George I FOR RENT f'ORIALE

? Wingate. John Landrum, Eugene 30 It're.Ith ad kome. .--.

Ingram, Reid and Earl Wysong, : FOR RENT-4-room newly' furnished oranges noe...... \.Ul..a&rd.

Charles Behrrns. Jr., Rex Scats) apartment Private bath I in..MO..*.

Bruce Bitting F. C. Stevens Jr? bottled gas stove. Reasonable 00 acres pine land I7JIH co......

: Zinnias of Many Types Like Sunshine Leonard Dent. J L King, Jr., H. A. rate. C. H. Lawrence, 102 N. 31 acres at IU." pet sere. Heart

Aman Jr. and Philip Reams, active W. 1st St (A23-tf) I of the Kedlaads.

Zinnia! are th.- most wlde'y! length or to or sin large flower members Guests were Miss Fays 4. acres near homestead f 1.TSI....
Campbell Miss. Dorothy Behrens, HOUSE for rent, furnished 218
Nice place and two bosses at Cutler
flowers In this Zinnia naturally tend to
grown country Miss June Vann Miss Ida Mae N. W. 14th St Inquire In rear.
They have taken front rank branch near the ground To prolong Fulton, Miss Wanda Sickle, Miss (a-lSUi) $3,500.60.Down .
the blooming season, cut the town business property.
away from: sweet peal, asters and flower with long stem back to Roxie Baker Don Lair C. A. Lair, FOR RENTr downstairsapartment Price rliht

petunias, by virtue of two things within 1 or 2 joints of the main Mr and Mrs H. C. Reely M A. with 2 porches. All S* acres nice home sin arras of

-their will to liand thrive .talk.A Baker, our advisor and Mrs Bak- modern conveniences. Inquire I well kept Hits li.50..M.it .

under almost any conditions, and second and third planting of er. P. O. Box 1173, Homestead acres high pine land I7J....

the great Improvements made In zinnias may be made during the' (Al-28) 3 bedroom home two loU M,MO.M.t .

early fall months and In DIU1.A.BERGERDentist bedroom home one lot $!.MO.M.
them by plant breeders i| FOR RENT-Two-bedroom apart-

Zinnias have a remarkable variety warm wearther they may be expected ment, all electric, furnished, 9 Cash.
tO acres, six acre a\'Ol'84o trees,
to begin blooming within
of both types and colors and
minute drive from Homestead
I 15.11......
six to eight weeks from the time;
each year seas still more new Federal highway "a.aeayne
one Introduced. The latest are sown.REDLAND Office Hours 8:30-4:30 drive Wodello. Mr*. Eva Col- Broker
..._ I Reg
giant flowered strain of Fantasy, --- - lint.
N. Krome Ave. tlommrad. Ha
and acablosa flowered types. In F. F. A. Opel Evenings by Appointment
size, they vary from half an Inch I FOR RENT-Residence in Florida I (psS
to six Inches In diameter. Amongthe By John Landrum Reporter I| First National Hank City; 3 bedrooms, fireplace, electric LOANS

smaller ones are Towers! which i -----,- Building stove, running hot and cold I

few except experienced gardeners , In the sunken garden on the water two bathrooms; reasonable :LOANS TO BUILD, MODERNIZE

would recognize as zinnias. spacious grounds of the Redland ". ..---..""...",...- rent. Apply LeaderEnterprise. j REPAIR Residential, Grove
Their color range Include yellow School's vocational agriculture department I and Business Property

orange, pink and red In almost chapter member gath. HK SALE ,From $30 to UOOO-from 8 mo. to

all tones and blends Blue ered Thursday evening for a party I 9 years

I I. lacking, but there are lavenders climaxing their summer activities Does Your Car line 1935 FORD V-8 Radio No Down Payment-No Red Tap
good tire,
which go far to the blue side I SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
A series of strenuous games good mechanical condition
owned $200 for 36 mo.-Repay $6.39 mo.
of the The : flowered I
spectrum. grant with hour and of
a story quiet games Any by Tom Collins See car atLawrencl' ,$500 for 36 mo.-Repay $15.87 mo.
types are most popular, perhaps in the chapter room Interspersedas Motor Co. Bargain $1.500 for 60 mo.-Repay $3250
for the
reason that
many 'breathers, assured enthusiasmfor
gardeners are inclined to admire the wiener call b",-PtI'sldent These Faults? FOA SALE-Tractor, trailer, plow mo.Ask for FREE Estimates

size, as something you can really H. A. Aman, Jr. A bed of glowing double disk, honey extractor I Without Obligation
put a value on, In inches But coals under the starlight with plen- honey jars, 4-Inch and 3-inch
LOS can be secured to Modernize
In this border the giant are the 1 / : gate \al\ea Call first of week
and Repair LEASED OR
least effective, because they are For results use Leader. H. P. Andreason, Cooper rd. I MORTGAGED Property

inclined to hide: their flowers in (pa-22) We F1IA LOANS for
Enterprise Classified Ads also have
foliage Lacks Power and Speed HOUSE for sale:r .:;; jed.-2 ii I New Homes payable monthly
The medium and small flowered eTTTYYTTTTTYYTrCYTYTYTTTEXPERT
il Hard to Start N. W. 14th St. Inquire at rear. over 20-2) Years.
types will make bushy plants and .
I L. L. Hall. (a-IJtn Let us supply your BUILDING
hold their multitude of b'ossoms t Uses Too Much Gas? j ti I NEEDS Prompt Service

up where they make show For FOR SALE 2-bedroom. modern BROOKER UmBER co.

a good border effect all types may i Monies or rum rough? house on Krome axe near Bth st Phone 62 Home It'"d. Fla.

be grown together, and they will Sluttish and No Pep? I Apply Herbert Turner (a29-sl2)) .MISCELLANEOUS""
blend In coloring and habit of :
growth-moat pleasingly BARBERING FOR SALE-Baby guineas-3
Z;nnlas are warm weather : months old. 50e each. Helen LAPSED LifE INSURANCE policies -
Whiting Ferrtyra, Robert road may be valuable See Elsie
plants and the seed must be sown ,
in soil. Best I just north of Avocado drive Hanson 207 Horne Bldg (pa29)
warm results obtained
are HAIRCUT 40c
...... Drive Into oar garage and have (a8-tf)
by sowing the seeds In the QUILTS LAUNDERED 29c: each.

groundwhere the plants are to SHAMPOO..... 40c the engine SCIENTIFICALLYTESTED I FOR SALE-5-acrt Persian lime Blankets! double or single, and

flower: coveriing: 1 to Pi Inches SUN I grove, 9 years old now In full bedspreads same price Mrs.
Firm the soil level the surface: MASSAGE ...... 40c with our new bloom. No buildings, only 2 miles j Keltt Jackson II) S. W. 2nd st,

and do not sprinkle By this method MOTOR TESTER and see fowl from bank, $2.200 ca.h- Homestead (mlO-tf)
they will sprout readily;) and' .. C-A-S-H. Do not ask for terms

and after the plants have appeared BUSH'S yourself what I. needed to put i j jt Trees need some fertilization I WANTED _

through the surface, they 'I but you win never get more for
I It In firs class operating condlilon. WANTED Blue Moon
may be watered. When the plantsare | your money It Is a give-awa WAITRESS

2 to 3 Inches high they may BARBERSHOP at 12.200. H. A. Cameron Phone I! Restaurant, Homestead a29)

be thinned and transplanted by i ( 72, Homestead Florida. (alltf) i,FURNISHED-HOUSES WANTED
removing sufficient soil with each

plant disturbed.so that Eventually the roots they are shouldbe not I Preston B. Bird Motor Co J PAPAYAS Jackson Homestead.,, Jc 113 a pound.S. W.Mrs.2nd mltf-tf Ke.tl s,.. I 3-bedroom within TO RENT-Have 3 block.unfurnished of client business now h o u district for N, e-

( )
not less than 1 foot apart In South Krome ATI. Ph. II -veer-round !l'nnnBen-

the row. | N. KROME AVE. OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY j jHEALTH 'OR SALE Tropical plant rtt I jamin Warren Morris, R.,. broker
It Is not necessary to remove I I I rue trees and tropics null U N Krome Ave
the f.rst flower or to pinch the season Jungle Crave Redlanl HomesteadP'M

plants back to improve the stem I!7Y'Y........................................... Y..... 1 road and Plummet drive. I
WANTED-A 10 to 20 acre grove

NOTICE or RinsTh will trade my equity in city:
City Council at th* tats .* H.,0...
Sited will .....1.* bid for s lw lv. month I home and some cash. J. K Dorn
Supply of ,..... ubrkalloa Oil and GamHIM 214 Halcyon Arcade "Miami
9 FIRST THING SEEN! .! lu rrvular vounrll nwwtltiff onSVpl
f InJ Drt.tll .. ,. ._Itl...(.... God.moons. Florida. Phone 2-2463 (pa29)
mat ht attaint at u.. oflkv. of
Choose Hardware that will the airy ...rk. f WANTED-One or more sewing
0 render your home distinguished: Coy Clerk machines to be loaned or donated -
1 (I i'A... is. .'. It. iviii I I{ to South Dade Unit Red
service It's the first thing vial-
11' Country II IX.R"s rot IT I Crosa Mrs. B. A. Tlbblts, Phone

{ tons see of your home-right at Paid ,1'.*......lines.,. '1..... | 240.

tllh show ..R.l .......* of W.....>f1. ,.*,.*. flpr.-4,
door! May we you ITUTURI.NO

. our Distinguished-Home Hard- APPLICATION N.fk. to baby FOR irlofir FINAL that IIICHA.r.1t I h..* ,..... 1!. school and grade school subjects.
mr final W. ...*'.utrttoa for '.....1n..h. I !of ra. H. J. Armstrong A. O,
ware. You will thank us! .... E.-t".. 01 the exista at Plummer drive and Country
w.ed G. P.es d..d t and thai m II
lat% do, -. sapt.mbr. 1041. I will apply Club road.
"MEASIRE OF MEVHealth i .m t... HomiraU WF, BlanKm. Cvgnlijf .
BROOKER LUMBER CO. iI J...... of node c.unt.r'kwidn. Mr NOTHC OF rrirTATK Fast
oNC. I M!< final eup.rt ana for final di..haew. TAX: "EIP-FIIo, awes
by all tests is the :a Eitruula of the E aU nf Ward C. Notk' la fc.rrt .!... thai M.Hi.ltrlrt <..
Lumber, Hardware, Saab Doors, I final[ measure by which human : Poot.r.ThM' A,..... 1941 In... holds .. ...1.( ot ......., 1-
Mh W of Tu C.rlirir Numb..d I.... .....
PHONE 12 HOMESTEAD. FLORID I ambitions art controlled. ANTHF.NF.TTE PORTER. of Au A. IX IKI huIIM
fib ttt
the t.
.''''''...........,.............."..... ..... .................... '... '....' ..... Chiropractic's success In ThUS'j UTHtIIINE:W......,G. ,.A...IM.... Follow.-..of. M>4 (...It.....(I* .rot.. .11_. sad hMln
: o> ppllrttlm tat hard. lo I.NW
Health Is a matter of (Area ii, u. u. geol. S. 10411K'Co1'NTY tIt_ In see.Naaam with U.. .M 1 erent. Bring your Health prob. COIRT II'..... ....10'_ the foUmrlni. _rlh 4I
1!ems, for ropractlc's aid- for D." .......,. rtartaa I pral..".. illnaM ll Dada Lwinty, t.tola*,,
your own health's sake The f No. 1MII. W. Hro 0..-.... E. IS* ft. L<4 II. t 1. RrnluMn ....
STEP-UP END '" 'b.,1oo ,
TABLES t ..... .. .
looner the better-naturaUy. 1 Wr or INTENTION TO lUKE Plot P S P. 4> kmilr4
I I. |M IIIM'RA.lllt.
HOURS A NMto PLiCATION.-o.. k k..*t .4.s FINAL that I ..... II....,I 1 Tk. ._....< of sold asps .....
..J wtliioii fn. final Oh. th. ..Id trrtincat (MIX) *a> In the basis
$3.50 to $8.50 ,mr....final... wpmt Adm/slants 01 .... mUM .. .., Vfikaowa.VnlMa .
0 to U K: S U 1:301toI M W. Pop. e..4. sea that ... 'wM CwtlflKaU rtallmnaHift 1I. .........
Tuesdays I 30 to U; I te 6:I* the TliarlOT Slth day of ...>Mnhrr. ,.... will apply. to .... ta. ..... will Mw
RlanlM, county for on oa the IWa lay '"f ......enb...
U Ik
SiiuUys by Appointment '
I win!'at:"pIoO'l. Fk l of oald final wort and lop fln.l this. Ha day tl AwiBt A. P.
Smith-Graves Furniture
Co. Dr. R. J. Elliott 4tarh>.... M AdmlnMnlOT. at the exists fttUk n.>.
Cha,. W. ,,_ d.ua..d.Th1. E B WATMFRHAH
.... Ckrk of CtniiH ('_rt.
i>r nf A t Hit I
Phone 218-J Homestead McCrory ArcadePhone IRA r HAVCOTK.tt | l>a 261WHOMESTEAD. Admllayal.a .M. estate 01 CS... W. (I...." Court stet ,
H,9.. PIHMIAM. <. r rap N. r. HTFRHFTf, D. f.
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. Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday August 29, 1941

nniunDuiumuuu unninnuininia 1 I[mont, Ind,-Saturday or Sunday to Young Presbyterians Auto Travel Costs Less Than Three

i l 20 Years Ago spend and tome family.time" with Earl Camber Attending' ConferenceLeaving Cents a Mile, A. A. A. Survey Shows. I

I Ii | 'rHenry Brooker, Jr., 1 Is sufferi today to attend the --
Ing from broken ankle sustained
t i Southeastern SL John' Presbyterybeach The lutornobilt undoubtedly I* this study which shows travel coat
i :.while scuffling with Cecil Hook. conference in the Monroe
DnIllIlIlIllIlIllIllIlIllIllIllIlIllIllllIlU: form of family transportation lower than any other form of
>Henry will be laid up for several Towers Hotel, Miami Beach, Aug. I the cheapest mechanical
undoubtedly -
Tto Mfcwte MM t. weeks. 1 of the and this low coat, coup
: :: = 29-Sept are seven youngpeople
was a big factor in
boom Inm IIU. t Ik
"Mr. and Mrs. Schaff
I a.e.w wUMMiW .... IS. ass I, of the Homestead Presbyterian led with flexibility: end comfort bringing the U. S.
registration of
i r .... VI-1M. a.-r. ... I will leave this week on a vacation Church: Miss Irene Jack
wiu w n U partly responsible, for car from 23,874,232 in 1B33 on a
use. 11. mI. -
trip of about six week duration. I
-Le I I.j Miss Behrens, Mill
j sum :!-- son, Dorothy continually rising figure
Increase In automobile through
the oaring
I They will go to the mountain and
1 Wanda Sickle, Miss Ann Hickson, the last
A8g. t5. 1921"Secretary also visit Mrs. Schaffs sister In.Atlanta. Miss Helen Pope, Charles Behrens I tales, according to D. U. in 1939."depression to 30,813,087
S. A.: King of the ."
.j and Blair Hick.aon.WhUe i Bathrick, general sales managerof
Homestead Growers' Association I I I -"Mr. and Mr. W. E. Koon, the foregoing are those to Pontiac Motor Division. __'-
ha returned from DeLand, where[grove owners here, cam up Tuesday -
attend all sessions of the
/! he arranged for the purchase of a I I I IC | from Key West to arrange to ence, the entire league of Bathrick point to I recent exhaustive I GET YOUR STATE
; complete citrus packing! 'fcouse i[have a home built on their grove, church has been Invited to conter-I survey of the American
t equipment. The machinery he purchased west of H. W. Johnston' . the program Sunday night, Automobile Association which I Driver's License
S : which Includes all the necessities -I I "Minnie Lee and Elsie Mitchell -
will be a pageant, "Daring show that actual expenditure
such a* washer, dryer who have-been staying with Youth"1
The Rev. Geo. H. Ricks, for automobile travel amount to At The
slier, grading belt, etc., I* worth their ttsters Mrs. Ivan Moser and
the Homestead church, will act as about two cents I mile for a car
about $10,000 and was obtained at Mrs. J. C. Vann, left Wednesday
dean of the JUSTICE OF
boy of ilze. THE
. ." I I(I "
a bargain price. for their home in Shaw, Mis.
Following I la given the list of "With more than one person In PEACE
I It f,I -"Mrs. John Palmer and daughter
Skit to Be PresentedAt the cal'-afld the national average
teacher who have accepted
Harvey Mae, left Friday last
in the Homestead school the for Madison, Fl*., their home, after Church of NazareneA la three thi* per person cost U Office in Homestead
coming year: Principal, L. C. Ben- a pleasant visit with Mr, J. cut in third," Bathrick ays. Opea feels I a. to. to I p. m.
nett of Ft Pierce. . Chemistry: ''A Smith." dramatic skit on medical and The AAA report doe not Include Odd Fellow Bldg.
C. R. Daniel also of Fort Pierce. |I "Monday night a meeting of native missionary work in India tires and repairs because
History: Gertrude E. Williams ofI I,the citrus grower wa held in the and special music will be presented they generally enter into out-of-
Hallandale. Domestic science: Standard Growers packing house In the Homestead Church: of the pocket cost of I trip. Adding
Grace Burwell of Tallahassee High''I I at Naranja, and a new branch of Nazarene Sunday evening at 7.43: these in, however, Bathrick reports -
school appointees who have not accepted -''I the Citrus Exchange organized under o'clock by the missionary society would bring the total to NEWT. G. BALLNOTARY
a* yet are: Mathematics,',I the name of Naranja Citrus of the church. Mrs. W. L. Chamber less than, :three cent per mile.
Miss Mattie Stoveall; English, Miss Growers' Association. There area is director of the play While low transportation cost
\ Eleanor Chamblisa and Latin. In' number of citrus men in that locality I The characters are: reader, Mrs. I 14[ highly important, the automo- PUBLIC
in the grade the following have'I I who wished to sell throughthe Lois Murry; Dr. Ida S. Scudder, bile also offers a flexibility not
accepted: Eighth grade'MIss: Annie Exchange and therefore, when Miss Sophie Borgardt;school chum, found in any other transportation
Lawhon of Tallahassee. Seventh: I the Standard made arrangements Miss Mary Roberts; mailman, Jun- medium," Bathrlck say. "The Fire Insurance and
Mr*. C. R. Daniel of Fort Pierce.I I to market with the Exchange representative ior King; "knockers in the night", driver's own personal desires act
Sixth: Mrs. Neva Cooper. Fifth: growers met and started Robert Spear, John Chamber and the schedule and route, and both Kindred Lines
Miss Ruth Matthews. Fourth: Mrs.',I this organization . Officers elected Charles Chambers; mother, Mrs. J. can be changed at any time he
R. J. Sellers. Third: Miss Eula Ray at the meeting were: president, L.King; Indian servant, Billy Mur- wishes. IS N. Emma Ave.n .
and Mrs. L. W. Jordan, Second: E, P. LIvermore; vice-president, D. ry; "voice in the night"; Wm. "The many advantages of auto-
Miss Kate Jackson. First Miss Margaret Whetstone . Chambers; native patients, Miss mobile ownership, exemplified by
Robertson. . ." IE I --Joe Burton landed back Intown Lydia Borgardt and Miss Latrell
-"T. E. Evan I II making arrangements Thursday morning I after his Waters; and nurse, Madine

to begin construction of', trip through the north. He was The musical numbers Cilmer'l: I iGote. {)uJtdfG ..,
a ten room, two-story house on lot accompanied here from Columbus, duet, "A Thousand Souls may.
8, Brooks addition, next to Fred Ga, by his daughter, Miriam, and ing", Mrs. Murry and Mrs. Robert
Loom! residence. The cost will runabout I I Mrs. G. F. McCullough, who will H. Spear; duet, "Lord Send Me I SearsPoebuclH Co.
12,500. The second floor of visit with the Burtons.. There", Wm. Chambers and Mrs. )
I the building will be fitted out for I I "Florence Getman is expected Spear; solo, "Dusky Hands", Miss
letting to boarders." I I home this coming week from Nash- I Emily Borgardt; song, "Able ond BISCAYnt BOULEVARD AT 131 ST.
Mrs. Sam McKinstry left last ville, Tenn., where she hal been Willing", choir; and grand finale,
1 week for a visit with her parents,l attending summer school." (Flori- '"Pray, Give, Go". I
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cochran at Pa- da City). m cpnuOTi DIRAFOTEOT stcme
hokee on Lake' Okeechobee. ; !I "Frank Sheffield, who has been READ TIlEWANT-ADSI I
-"Btn Lowe returned Saturday!, taking a month' training In a civilian _
morning from St. Augustine where]'' camp, returned home !this
he baa been In the hospital. week." (Florida City). .
-"A daughter, who has been -"Mrs. E.J.D'al and Miss Irene
named Emily, arrived at the homeof McSweeney are visiting relatives
Solomon Engle, Redland, last in Russell, Fla."
-"J. D. Redd Is now in Philadelphia Sootaa
where Mrs. Redd I I. in the Son (proudly): Well, Dad, rve I UseRedland
Germantown Hospital. She i I. reported just succeeded in raising two dol-
as being much better." / lars.Dad
-"Born to Mr. and Mr*. W. J.I : Fine! It's- good to see a
Clark, a son, August 21, 1921." young man become independentof
"Mrs. GD Camber and daughter his father. How did you do it?
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