Title: The leader-enterprise
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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: September 12, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00507
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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THE HOMESTEAD
u or P LIBRARY



Florida' : ; Serving Redland f


PIoneer Weekly Tabloid FaLEAER-ENTERPRISE District 1912 Since





Vol. 30-No. 36 Homestead, Florida, Friday, September 12 1941 Price 5 Cents





100 Men Back to Work Here 1








As Pipe Line Plant Reopens ':







C. of C. Board Votes to Hire. 'NAVY TROUBLE SHOOTER STOPS




Paid Executive Secretary HERE ON RETURN FROM PARLEY {




.u..t'MUST BE_-ABLE /64 From This Area Enroll in Colleges THAT SPEEDED VALIDATION



j And Universities for 1941-42 Studies -

THE WEATHER Legalizing] of Bonds for
At least sixty-four young peo- education; and Mary Dana Brown,

TO PROMOTE ple of the Redland District have) who is majoring in Spanish and Official weather report of the RFC Loan Requires ;
art; two juniors, Madge Thompson 20 Days '
enrolled so far this year in schools Subtropical Experiment Station.
and Betty Richards, and four
and colleges. j freshmen Mary Engle, Virginia 1 Homestead Florida. NOV. 1 MIGHT SEE: i
FESTIVAL TOO Ten girls will go to Florida State Ktnner, Katherine Orfanedea and Date M... Him 110. .0'.
i!College for Women, at Tallahassee; Betty Brown. Sept. 4 19 71 3D,08 0,25 START OF AQUEDUCTAll ,
Robert Caves, who Is specializing Sept. I I 191 68 3004, f
nine boys will to the Uniiversity
Advertise for Applicationsfor |land of Florida at go Gainesville.I-I in chemistry, will be the only 1 Sept. 0 I 81 69 I I Obstacles Removed to :
I Homestead senior at Gainesville, Sept 7 .. |191 I 68 '! I Financing Line's :
Position in Three I Going to Tallahassee are: Four and Harvey Rue, the only junior. Sept, 0 . |100 69 I 1I I II II
seniors, Cecelia Harper, who I.I Is
NewspapersSHUFFLEBOARD There will be four sophomore I I I I Sept 8 88 I 72 30.061 1M Construction i
majoring In pre-med and is one of *
I from here, Elwin Cooper, Edward, Sept. 10 88 6} 30.051 1.34
the 49
members of her class
selected Kirby, Herbert Booth and Allen More than a hundred men went !
AID to live in Landis Hall this :I
Pope and three freshmen, Fred I back to work Wednesday morning ,
OFFERED BY COUNCIL year: Fern Robertson and Nina
j Pear) Bush, both of whom are In Fuchs, John Brown and Bill Camp- ROAD MARKERSSOUTH when the aqueduct pipe treat
I
bell. 1 1I
; plant resumed operation after
Membership Askr Installation '
Vernon Turner will be graduated shut-down of two weeks due to '
a
MIAJllASKEDBYC.OFC.
] of Drinking FIRST CARLOAD I from the law school of Stetson -I OF I non-arrival of pipe. Forty carl .

Fountains University at DeLand In Feb- ;.loads of the 18-inch aqueduct pipe I'I'nt
ruary. Iva Dyal is a senior at arrived on Sept. 8, however, and
After a lapse of nearly fifteen 1 GRAPEFRUITONWAYTOMARKET Stetson; Mary Ann Brown and Jack 76 carloads are In transit. This

yean, the Redland District Chamber Turner, juniors, and Nina Dyal a 'I i leaves only 74 carloads to complete -
of sophomore.Six The scarcity/ and in some casesthe i the supply of pipe for the
Commerce will soon have I
complete absence of road entire aqueduct
will attend the University
a paid executive secretary again, I markers U. S I Lieut.-Com. E. E. Saunders,
of Miami: Betty Blake, a senior:11 on I (State road 4-A)
according to plant of the organi I I The first carload of grapefruit Alma Jane Llndgren, a junior: andI II from Miami through Homestead, I trouble-shooter from the Bureau

zation's directori. I to leave the Redland District since I four freshmen, Marilyn Ernst, and on State Road 205 from the of Yards and Docks of the United '
At a meeting Friday night the James Sullivan, who received a I Tamlaml Trail through Homestead, States Nav stopped In Homestead 1
directors voted to advertise for the shipping season opened Sept.I I football scholarship, Joe Byrum, will be called to the attention of Tuesday on his way back to Washington t
applications for the position of : 1 was shipped by Silver Palm Cit-|I and Graham McElroy, who received I the state, road department by the I from Key West where he

executive secretary for the period I rust Growers Association yester,I a part-time scholarship from, Redland District Chamber of Commerce attended the meeting of the city

beginning Oct. 1 and extending i day. Another carload will be ship the Dade County Federation of with the request that this council at which arrangementswere
through April 1. At a result such i Women's Clubs. condition be remedied. finally completed to turnover
ped before the week Is over according I II
advertisement are being carried I Marjorie Moser Is a senior at At a membership meeting of the to the aqueduct commission ,
In both local newspapers and one to Harry C. Reely, president Florida Southern College In Lake-! chamber Monday night it was the underground water system recently ;

Miami paper. I' of the association.The land. Annabell Redd and Clement po'nted! out that there were no U. constructed in the Inland .
The secretary is expected to fruit shipped by the association -I Russell are juniors there. S. 1 or State Road 205 markers In City. i
possess among other qualifications I Is of unusually good quality or near Homestead or at the Junc- With the clearing up of the question 1
John and Edward Hickson
the ability to promote and stage for this season of the year Mr. are tion of Krome avenue (205) and of whether the city or the j
the annual Redland District! Fruit Reely said. juniors at Alabama Polytechnic, the Trail. Instances ol tourists navy Is to have charge of the ,

Festival. Applications detailing I The packing house of the Silver I Institute at Auburn. losing their way enroute to Miami island's] water supply system no .

experience and other qualificationsare ,i I Palm association has been completely Alta Webster will be graduated and winding up at the Trail, and further obstacle stands in the way
to be mailed to Edw Stillng, overhauled and rearrangedand In June from Agnes Scott College vice versa, were recounted. of validation of Florida Keys J
president Redland District Chamber I In Decatur, Ga. I Aqueduct Commission bonds Vall-
Its facilities greatly Improved In an effort to beautify the
of Commerce, Florida City. i during the summer under the su-I Wm. A. Arthur will be graduated route of the Federal highway :dation proceedings have been In-
Fla. I I I this from the U Naval at Key West and be I
: year S. jstituted may
I'i pervlslon of \Vm. Crowho has through the Redland] District the
Co-operation and financial assistance been packing house manager since Academy In Annapolis. Clarencei membership voted to request the |completed within 20 days It wasI
In constructing shuffleboard I i Frosclier is also a midshipman said The bonds can then be
I Charles Cox resigned last year to board of directors to offer three I
courts In Legion Park was I turned to the ReconstructionFinance
T there. r over
accept another position for the best
prize looking packinghouse
offered at the I I I i 1
meeting by a city I Corporation
as security
t Irving Loner will resume his on U. S. No. 1, from Petersto
'
council
committee composed of W for the loan of whlh
R. Bird. Henry Brooker, Jr. and I I I Breaking and Entering 'I studies College at In Louisiana Baton Rouge.State*Medical; Florida City, from the standpoint I will finance the$1,500,000 aqueduct com t
of improved condition of the I
BenJ. W. Morris. I I I Charged to F. Wallace ,mission's participation in construction
and the of
The E. J. Graham is studying: pre- buildings landscaping
chamber director
voted to .' I of the pipe line from Florida
build two shuffleboard med again this year at Duke University their grounds. The amounts of the I I
courts and f' Charged with breaking and entering City to Key WestEven
N. C. i money prize were left to the discretion
appointed Frank
B. Rue to |
work :
with the I the Berg residence on Main-| Bobby Ames left last week fort of the directors with no unforeseen delay,
councilmanic committee lin drive, west of Krome avenue, Sewannee, Tenn., where he is a The Homestead treasure hunt laying of the pipe can not begin I
At a membership meeting Monday and with the larceny of silverware, junior at the University of the race for women pilots, to be staged before Nov. 1, said Lt. W. L. Saw-
night a motion was made and shoes and yer, resident naval officer In
clothing revolvers South.! a* an event In the 1M2 All-Amerl- t
carried board of to directors recommend consider that also the the Frank Wallace, who resides on, Elizabeth: Skill U majoring Inl I can Air Maneuver at Miami, will charge of the aqueduct construc

construction of tables for Krome avenue, north of Halnlin bacteriology at the University of I II be held on either Friday Jan. 10, tion.
checkers drive, was arrested Wednesday I Maryland. She attended or Saturday, Jan. 11, dependingon
and chess, the installation of 1(I summer([
Sheriff Frank Local Youths
by Deputy
quoits equipment and installation evening school there this year weather conditions. It was an- Complete
Irwin. He will be given a leave week for nounced by Mrs. Don C. McRae ] School
of an ice water fountain In both hear-I I next Airplane Course>
!ing before Justice of the COllt'ePark.1 I
Legion Park and Homestead muni- Md.I !and Mrs. Marlon Bertram. of the "'
L. Kendrick at 1 p. m. today. i Miami Ross Reitz was graduated from
cipal park. I I|r Lester Archer: Is entering his chapter of the Ninety
Mr. and Mrs. Berg were a"a'i first year at Columbia Junior Colt t nlnen, national women pilots association. I Anderson Airplane School In Nashville -

Townsend Club to Join
lu Founder's Day sheet they returned home yesterday J. MarY Grace English win return I I.back in Hatnestetd Saturday
fltom vacation In'New Jersey !i>to Ward-Bebnont College In Nash this year at University of Mlchi-! j' night
Homestead Tend Club No. ville for her second year. ,:'gan at Ann Arbor j j: Sherid.tVwr; also graduated
1 will\ Join In the Founder's Day MINISTERS: TO MEET I, .' HarUnan." fcrmer Win J. Clark. Jr.. will enter from tile Anderson Airplane

celebration In Bayfront Park Sun- The Redland District Ministerial :, resident of Homestead is studying Wake Forrest University at Wake School last night. He will leave
day afternoon; at 2:30 o'clock. Association will hold a business i at,Vander i. UnRerslty Hospital for....!. K. C., for pre-medical.'for Boston today to join his moth
The day will be celebratedthroughout meeting Monday morning I at 1030 in Nashville to be a Tabora.I study. ,Ier I Ii Mrs Beatrice Ml.ier: and his

the nation, said John !!o'clock in the Homestead Naza-||:tory technician. i I Mary Trances Arthur la enterIng ,sister Barbara, for alslt with
D. Wysong secretary of the club. i rene Church, announces the Rev.l i,i Alice Penny another former her second year as a student relatives before returning to honu
Everyone la invited to attend. i)Geo. H. Ricks president. I resident of the district, will finish (Continued on Page Three; stead.r .



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age T wo THE HObTESTEAD T'"" ._n""T""PRI_.n --. .____ _n_"_ Friday.. September 12.. lIt__ _!
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A Little Bird
COMES TO LIVE J ::

IN HOMESTEADMr Told Us !: The Welding Shop

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and M.... A. F Carson have I THAT homeward bound citizens of Homestead caught In ANDMachine

moved here from Chicago to live the road patrol new speed trap at Perrine are forced to turn
on their 20-acre grove south of the
I around and drive all the way back to the court house In
Works
i Royal Palm let plant and north of
1 Kings highway Miami to post boud-- vei though they have the cash In their II .

I The grove part of the old Mallow pocket when arrested, and even though one of the avowed i I

estate, was bought by Mr. Car.son reasons for strict enforcement of speed laws Is to conservegasoline II
three yean ago and had been
occupied by hit father and mother, for the) atlonal defense iArt'Club |iI: CCGCO '
Mr. and Mn Paul Canon, until I
the death of the elder Canon aye ::
Enable \
Holds Exhibit to
r ago this month.
Cntil his removal here.a month We have recently installed modern .

ago, Mr. Canon was editor of the I Patrons to Select Paintings Desired i,] machine
shop equipment
house organ and head of recreation I I'
activities for the A. C. Nielsen I
Co. Internationally known market To accommodate two patrons croup that list members exnressedthe I! capable of handling all kinds of
hope that other patrons might 1
who wished to purchase a painting'typical i .
research firm, which measures
,ask for a. like exhibit. I work. No too
sales for leading drug and food of Florida for a gift mem-I Miu Allle Mae i machine job largeor

manufacturer He was promotedto ben of the Homestead Art Club Miami, WPA artist and instructorwho II too small.
that portion from the post of I
brought to their regular meetingIn meets with the local painters
of 13 southern state He j
manager the Chamber of Commerce Friday every other Friday, Is now giving
to still a stockholder In the Nielsen :
: I
all the pictures they were will-1 a series of lectures on modern art I Power drillingrpower cutting
company but hal retired from active ,
:Ing to sell at the price stated I Anyone Interested In painting Is I
connection with its
operation
Mr. Carson was born and rearedin The pictures, displayed,in the:, Invited to join the group The' shaft turning, thread cutting,
unused side of the lobby, formed only expenses to be met are for
Jacksonville and Mn Canon an exhibit of interest from.. which|materials used and for the Instructor's ! and all kinds of lathe work.
was reared In Miami, the daughter
the purchasers selected beach transportation.
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Brooks a II
and keS:scene by Mr C Frank 1 The group meets at 8.. m. every I
of that li Kit city Canon Mr. Canon's penname Webb. \\y Friday in the Chamber of Commerce I You will find our equipment and
I The plan so appealed to tote art building Ij
Hold Funeral Services workmanship the best.

For Mrs. Rucker Today
t; r
r
t. SPIRIT OF 'T6
Mrs. Lydia Margaret Sucker of Portable welding equipment-
N. W. Fifth street, died in a Miami There is all the charm of
hospital Wednesday after a short famous Colonial artistry in our electric and acetylene.We .
illness Mill Work designed in the Early
Funeral services will be con American motifs Doorway
,
ducted by Dr. J E Johnston at 4J Units, for Instance Or quaint weld anything, anywhere.
3 o'clock today at the Turner Fun /Q Window Sash China and Linen
eral Home. and burial will be at Closet designs we show are Steel construction of all kinds.
Palm Cemetery In Naranja. :hastely charming If you would
Mn Rucker, wife of the late trmanently beautify your
James Rucker of Franklin County,I Home, without extravagance Marine work.
K.v came here from Kentucky 221 lave a Mill Work talk with us!
years ago She was 77 years old
tit the time of her death.
The survivors are a brother, J.' BROOKER LUMBER CO. INC. 00000
T. Lee of Homestead and three I ,
sisters Mrs. Nancy E. Mitchell Lumber, Hardware, Sash, Doors, ToolsHOMESTEAD
Mrs. Julia Smith and Mn Elijah PIIONE e2 FLORIDA
A. Smith al lot Frankfort, Ky. .SIV htiti'S.WSVVL'VSVLSY.S.Y.tiStiW.SSW.'N.VVL fr The

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a Consider what future rent
i RtF vn outlays will obtain for you. A
ae"f_ stack of worthless rent receipts
Or-a paId-for Home of your
f own? It Is entirely a matter
t . for you to decide-now.
We can help to Own
20 't :
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Your I Home- you 11
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h the car you top in and learn how
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Friday.September 12,1941 LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare ThreeLocals

Rally in-7th |

To Beat Miami I

Score of 10 to 7 o PHONE
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Playing their usual steady game i
although an uphill battle Home-: 67
itead'i ball players came from behind -: _
In the late Innings to defeat'I
South Miami 10-7 last Sunday. I,
South Miami held a '-3 advan- --
tage at the beginning of the seventh -
when all of a sudden the first

half were champion and started proved hitting why every-they Flour 20 Ibs. 95c
thing Kemp! had to offer. Before
the fire wa out Homestead scored
seven runs. Thomas who had
pitched good ball till then,seemed
1o get better an the game progressed -
lead 'I' WHOLE GRAIN:
and held the easily
Barrow broke loose and collected
three hit to drive in four runsJ. _
L. Smith again came through
with hit u ual mighty swat R long
triple, and Caves, Mistretta and GREEN <
Cloninger got two hits apiece I 15
CAN
Wittkop ,at. hit In the seventh BEANS' C
to keep his clouting streak Intact.
Crockett, first baseman for I I FRENCH STYLE
South Miami, was obviously the
outstanding player of both teams.
He drove In four runs and pulled I BEANS
some fielding gems on first base.
South Miami's third baseman'led '
both teams with four hits. : ORDER IIS
Homestead will play the C.C.
Sunday.F. c.\\ Monte Coffee 24y2c

M.Batchelor Dies
In Florida City Home

Frank Morell-Batchelor .died i I Limit With 5 Ibs. 26c
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at his home In Florida Thursday Order
morning after a lingering ill-I
ness. The body will be sent Saturday

Home to ty Dade the City Turner, Fla.,Funreal where 1 I Suds 2 37c
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funeral services and burial will
take place Monday at 3 o'clock ,
Mr Bntchtlor a retired contractor
came to Florida City from, OSCEOLA LARGE TENDER 2 Cans
Pennsylvania nine months ago. I 19C I
SWEET PEAS 25c
He I I. survived by: his wife, -
Gertrude A.Batchelor; a daughter f't
Mrs. T. T Turner of San Antonio,
Texas; I granddaughter, Frances
May Turner of San Antonio; and Meats '
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Akron 0. and M W. Batchelor I Ie
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Pave Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. September 12.1941


the supreme test," he said. : "Robert J. Carter who hat I first year at Norman Park Junior
fOE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I REDLAND DISTRICT IS I . been spending; the summer with his College, Norman Park Ga. Dora
Civil Service I parents and clerking in the Scott will complete her high school
P.bltoh.4 TrUmr >l HiMmtaU n..1 BEHIND HER BOYS The United State leave I''
kr tile Sjonlli Omit Publlihlm Cum p.n Commission announces an open office aa a recreation will education there this year.
Entered H Momd. .1." mill MMMM.rth IN CAMP competitive examination for the Saturday for Drmarest Ga, where, Carol Lee will be a high school
II tat, t the Peat off'< atRaetwt..j.
y......, W4M the Ml ., I position of helper, trainee, with he will resume his work at senior at Montverde School at
Mink a. imrN Banks Byrum who has been pay rate of $4 00 a day. For all I Piedmont Collet Fred W. Carter'I Montverde, Fla. this year.

stationed at Quantico, Vs., In the work In excess of 40 hours per is still in Chicago and will remain I Among those attending Home.
"
ARCHER Pmldmt and saner week will be theovertime there this winter."John .
employees paid
his
marine corps, left with company stead Business College are: Phyllis
.AUOItII LEACH ARCHERSUBSCRIPTION __ of time and half.: McKimmey leaves this
I for Louisiana by rail Tuesday rate a Parman, Barbara Don, GoldUCrennell
--_........., aced Tnaw.ee enroute to South America. Applications will be received until coming week on a vacation trip to Julia Frances Sullivan

a further notice. The necessary Kansas." Corrine Cash, Edwin Booth and
BATE forma may be obtained from the -"Mr*. Ole Peterson entertainedthe Richard Caves.PEACE .
I b 0... C Mitr-.iii.i i _. tl*. Richard Helnleln another son recorder of the labor board, U. S. Woman's Club at her home on
OtUM. it Dtdt County_i II-W of Mr. and Mrs Heinlein was Navy Yard Charleston, S. C.; Tuesday . ." (Princeton).
home on leave recently from Camp From the secretary of the board of ...,."Dr. S. S. Shields and son,
Wheeler, Ga., where he If In trainIng U. S. civil service examiners, post I Stuart, will be home next week,
: Raindrop Heaven and spent a week with his office, at any first or second class driving through In their car. Dr.

: By Annie 'arhew HUfatrlek parents In Miami Beach. Hisfather' poet office; or the manager of the!Shields has been spending the
, birthday was celebrated Fifth U. S. Civil Service District, summer In Detroit. Mich., while
Raindrop are to hopeless-their at a family dinner party while he New Post Office Building, Atlanta Stuart has been there the past

path leads ever down. 1 was here. year." (Florida City).
It never takes an upward curve a Sept. 15, 1921

like the mouth fines of a clown. Privates Robert M. Bell and I GllllllmWlIlIIllIIlHlIIlIlIUlllllllll1Ii I I I I I I I I i I I I I"J.. M. Lewis Is expecting a
Falling, each loses IU identity, Robert Vrana members of Redland from his sister! who livesin

Landing each becomes a nonentity.Or High School's class of '37, are Years Jacksonville."
do they" Why, no. No, one now In the 354th School Squadron, :20 Ago -"A. T. Jackson left Sunday

might become a splash 35th Flight, In Jefferson Barracks, night to join his wife. They expect AND QUIETBE
; Upon a sidewalk or even catch the Mo. Both will be sent to a training : to return in a few week"
" flush school. I"lIIIIIIIUUnunluliullullillllululu: -"Mowery avenue Is the 'Rocky THEIRS

Of sunlight and be a diamond for a tow falls. ..6-4 we ..... road to Jordan' in Homestead
a minute. .... ,... film .. .... ._..... right now. It I i. strewn with rockin I Those for them we grieve
Jimmy Schallem who is stationed
..
taps., a.a.btl.b"d .. IL tool..s .
A tkeetcr might decide to lay her at MacOUl Field Is visiting his aSe a..M P1.tds -- and such a fashion as to make navigation know eternal Pease U I*
eggs within It ...... 0... .T, sae, with M0 ago011"d unpleasant if not unsafe.'S. ." those who at* left who bear
I : grandmother. Mr. J. K. Scott In lase--
Or one might fall deep In the: Florida City.Wallace E. Livingston U president the burden ef grief. When
heart ot a big pink row, I Sept. 21. 1921 of the newly incorporated Co-op- I fee; an merely troubled, wcn't
Or find a happy landing on a +"J. R. Rutland drove back Into erativ Mercantile Association. TM let M help yeeiT We earn,
small freckled nose, I R. Garrett of Homestead Homestead Sunday after a two -"Rev. E. T. Cetman and yea know. because ef away
Take up their color and thereby I was enlisted In the U. S. Navy months' trip in which he covered daughter, Florence arrived In town year ef experience la helping
have a thrill July 22 by Guy F. Hull, recruiter practically the entire state . ." Saturday after a two-weeks' vacation others. You may rat scared
Unknown to In charge of the Miami office. He that everything will bedew
drops that hit the -"Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lawrence spent at Miami Beach . .
pane and drip down to the silt 1s now at home on leaveafter and son returned home Sunday (Florida City). In the right way ecoBomlcally. -
An acrobatic spending six week In the naval .
drop might have a I
from Damascus, Ga. where they;
chance training station at Norfolk Va.
to swing I have been about a month." 64 FROM AREA
THE HOUSE OP DIGNItrTurner's '
To a shingle edge, there perilouslyto Chief Hull wishes to state that
fling after Wallace's leave of absencehe -"C. T. Ivey la back on the job

Or one might fall In a wide meadow will return to Norfolk and again getting" home from Georgiaon (Continued from Page One) Funeral Home
from there h will be sent Monda). Pilot In Miami.
later to be kissed to a
24-HR AMBULANCE SERVICE
By sunshine and rise and flout U. 8. naval machinist mate school -"Mrs. M. J. Bonds and baby Ellen Vann leave tomorrow for
away ai mill. The privilege of going to this arrived Tuesday and Mr. Bond nurse at Jackson Memorial Hos-i Lady Attendant

Most glorious fate of all It to become school and many other schools to I has rented one of the Tower apart- Louisville where she will begin a I rhone 271 Homestead
part of a spring rainbow, receive technical training Is opento ments." two-year course In religious education

: Maybe choose the color of Its cos- all men of the U S. Navy who -"Mrs. J. F. Fitzpatrick Is visitIng at the W. M. U. Training I.

turns for the show can pass the examination given at her sister, Mrs. A. J. Campbell, School .................................
Raindrops ere hopeless No-It's the naval training station, Chief this week." Henry Dixon, who was grad ,
, merely you and I Hull states. Men who do not ""White uated from Redland High School I

t Know what becomes of good raindrops wish to enlist In the navy for sixyears battery Tuesday working, Floyd on Little a storage, an in June will enter Princeton Uni Does Your Car Have i
when they die can enlist In the naval reserve versity.
employee of the Dixie :
Highway Kufeldt will be freshman
for the duration and receive George a
t the same opportunities a* those in Garage, was severely burned about .t Anderson College in In Any of
the eyes . Little will not be diana.
the regular
New Test for Drunken navy.e e able to see for some days to come Betty Jane Meybem and Jamie
, although it is not believed his Richards will both enter their first : These Faults i

\ DriversMore The fellow who engages in sight will be permanently damagec year at Wesleyan College in Macon,
loose chatter about the American Explosion of sulphuric acid wa Ca. 7 ? ?
, rigid enforcement of ex1st Army not being food Is selling\ hit the cause ot the Injury ." Adrian Callahan will attend

ing laws Instead of frequent country short, and may later find -"A girl was bom to Mr. and I Georgia State Teachers College. : '
changes In the law to hamper the that he has made the sam miscalculation Mrs. Hush Phlnny at Lewis' corner France Soper will enter her .. Lacks Fewer and Speedr
police and courts In enforcement, it as did Herr Hitler when Friday morning" . I
Hard te giant
needed as canes of drunken driving .I the Fuehrer discounted the powerof -"Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brewer, 7 Food Storage Zones
steadily mount In every state the Russians and thought he returned last week to their home 11_ Tee Much GaT
In one state, recent figures show could smash the Red army In 30 on Redland road. Mr. Brewer Is .DThfeNewMattStUail.tMtHHKAdMMuHy.fa "
thut liquor figured In 237 traffic I days. You can discount rumors already preparing for this winter' Vibrate or ran roach

fatalities last year, compared to,about lack of morale In our armed farming operations... flolmOOtILECTlUC Sluggish and No Pep
184 In the previous year. In 1939 t forces as pure propaganda, says -"T. A. Collins and family are
drunkenness was a major factor Governor Holland, who reports the spending the month of September RURlGUATOft j
In 2,688 accidents, while last year spirit of a half a million soldiersin at Miami Beach." s .

this number jumped to 3358. Louisiana and Arkansas maneuvers -"B. L. Joiner left for Georgia
Many state and local ,o\'ern. as fine as any he saw during last week for a visit" i :
( n ments have made It difficult for World War I. Out of 6,000 Florida -"Claude Campbell I It visiting Drive Into our garage and

the arrest and filing of a true 1 boys, he reports only two hospital. his aunt, Mrs. Claude Hill in : have the engine SCIENTIFiCALLY -
charge against a drunken driver. ized. He says the men are being Miami."
Convictions of drunken drivers on toughened and are'getting better TESTED with
manslaughter charges have been!training than those of 19171918.
rarities. In many courts a driver They also are getting better food 'GLASSES our new SUN MOTOR
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suspected of Intoxication must be and better medical care. "Our ff s0 \ I TESTER and see for yourself
examined by a physician before boys are all right, and will be able -To Keep I
being arraigned or detained. And to prove It if required to make Wide. what I* needed te put
many police departments and prosecuting I f :
j Awake It In first clase
f eperattnaeonditlon 7
attorneys have been lax
:Coholometer Is simple to iy ri
| operate, Y -
In drawing t formal charge 'IalnstnplIll'nt : (3I
and
It
I was put Into immediate use i EAST
drunks. In many cases,
by the
Connecticut
the charge depended upon who the( The Invention certainly state police.comes TERMS I Preston B Bird Motor CO.:
arrested person was, not his state : :
.as an important
of Intoxication.Now advancement toward -
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arresting drunken South Krone Ave. Ph.
Yale University research driving Drowsiness! s.4 istiq M JM ** ***
workers hive devised a "fool I The tipsy negligent driver may alrsia ..e a* b.aaI-<. 6UiM > orrosiTE TAG AGENCY !
proof" method of determining how no because longer get "one: more chance" its" $tlad II *A Ivy eked Smlth-Gravea Furniture Co. I

much alcohol a drunken driver(lust how authorities did not know II". BNM A bad M ..... IIS... t...................................:
drunk the driver actually Dr. B. F. Stebblni
has absorbed. New York state police .
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I use to which it Will be
officials, Judges, prosecutorsand I put in Connecticut will no doubt Dr. L. W. Stebbins =
lawyers were among those who
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states to
Investigate
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gathered to see a successful demonstration I I the new invention, which should mi W. Flagler St. Miami :
of the automatic alco LAUNDRY
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help solve the alarming, nationwide
I does
Our Auto Laundering
holometer it Danbury, Conn. Six problem. i
unidentified persons submitted to, more than make your Car sur-
test under various stages of alcoholic I fac-clea OUR methods

Influence. The persons "reach" the dust Imbedded IN
tested were required to breath into -: Do You Have
the upholstering We restore,
a tube. The exhaled air, pass
Ing through a chemical solution I A FURNITURE PROBLEM? op too, the gleaming luster of

turned It blue. A meter, actuatedby paint glass and chromium. Pro

an hundredth electric, eye then registeredIn t We will be glad to help you solve it, whether it \,., serving almost endlessly that
of a percentage
point exactly the amount of alcohol -1! concerns the whole house or an occasional piece. desired appearance of newness.

In the subject' blood. '

The percentage of alcohol the! 'Smith-Graves Furniture-. TEXACO ONE-STOP
blood can be translated Into extent 1
of Intoxication according to POKE AND KISSAU. Prop
Phone 21W Homestead
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I!Trance Soper to Norman Park''for Fort Pierce where she will via Mr. and Mrs. Emmett C. Crow- .

Ga., where the girls will enter It her eon. and daughter-in-law, son. who are spending their vacation ,
Norman Park Junior College. Mill Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mattson. I at fishing camps report good
In and Around Scott will be a senior in high luck at Naples where they fished .
school and Miss Soper a freshman i
The Sunday school of the Community (Continued on Page Sewn)
in the Junior college. They will
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; Church held its annual pic.
be accompanied as far 11 Valdosta
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at Matheson Beach Wednesday
Homestead by Mist Ellen Vann who U entering -I!jnlc AIR CONDITION

a W. M. U. training school in)afternoon. ROLLk.ll AfMnwMM slATaaN, I 1141 I COMFORT P. .. ,
Louisville. I j jI I CtiUr. Ik A4.IU. ere. .!. lagR.w.Iaa.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler Tss0 so lit" P. R.Adult. .
r; ---i I Capt. and Mr-: Randolph moved from the Becker ass. .Ir lax
Sunday
Mrs. Albert January wa an overnight -, Mrs. H. M. Brown, Sr, has returned -
Blackford who spent a week house to their home on Caves av-I Venetian SkatingRink
guest of Mrs. Seymour from a three-week vacationIn 1"1
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Homestead preparing their tt t S. W. flu An* Nlwl
enue.
Dane in Miami Friday, and on Saturday Powder Springs, Atlanta, Pine- hold
Miss Merle January, a student view, In, Cordele, Ga. goods for shipment to I
left for Atlanta yeiUrday.
nurse at Jackson Memorial
Mr. and ----------- ---- .
Hospital, had lunch at Mrs. Dane's Mrs. L. Andersen and
Miami home. daughters, Dorothy and Barbara FLORIDACIn
have made a business trip to DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTSAt
By Mrs. W. W. &ev nr
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams Douglas,Ga.
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announce the birth of a even- r
pound, twelve-ounce daughter In Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ramsey of Mrs. E. H. Leopold of Erie, Pa.,
the James Archer Smith Hospital Bauer drive are expected back I Is visiting at the home of Mr, and American Legion Bid?., Homestead
from Mrs. F. M. Batchelor.Mr. .
Monday a three-week trip to
yesterday. Gatlinburg, Term. where they "": every Friday and Saturday, 11 a. m. to 7
: ;
and Mrs.
J. Tom Vann, deputy hserlff, were guests of Mrs. Ramsey'snephew Lawrence Becker
returned Sunday from m. Beginners must bring licensed driver
underwent a major operation In i and niece Mr. and Mrs. Morton p.
the James Archer Smith Hospital Alec Larkin of Miami. Wyo., where they spent the sum
mer. Mrs.D. M. with them.
McGahey of Oak-
R. O. Bushea of
Saturday.
thon is a patient in the Mara-I Mr and Mrs. Rudolph Cowman land, Cat., came home with them
have moved Into the house for- for a visit of several months.

Mrs. Cecil Robertson left by merly occupied' by Cap and Mrs. Little Bobby-Niell has been III
plane Monday to spend a week Randolph>> F. Blackford in Downer at his home with an attack of appendicitis -
relatives in Covington, Ga. Palms. 1942STATE
with I slowly recoveringMrs. but Is reported to be

Mrs. W. L FUlc who his been Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Redd returned -

visiting her brother-in-law and to Homestead Wednesday J. H. Dixon" returned Fri-
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fronts in: night after a vacation In Hendersonville day from a trip to northern Flor-
Elizabeth N. J, returned to N. C, and points "in ida.
Homestead Monday. South Carolina and Florida. Mrs Driver's LicenseAPPLICATIONS
I Redd was away eight weeks and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Severy and

Mrs. Roy Cavanaugh of Naranjaand Mr. Redd Joined her on Aug. It. daughter, Joan, of Miami were I
son have returned to their Sunday guests in Florida City.

home after visiting In Darien, Ga.i W. E. Ryder, president of Standard Mrs. Seima Matlson left Monday
Asbestos
Manufacturing and
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hagler Rice' Insulating Co., contractor for the NOW ON SALE

and sons,Frank Hagler and Surry, processing of the aqueduct pipe, MrnRS-1
returned Saturday from a two- left Sunday for Kansas City DR. R. s. AT

month tour of Arizona, New where he will spend several weekson
Mexico, Colorado, Louisiana and business. DENTIST I: I
Mexico. AMERICAN LEGION AUTO

Mrs. E. P. Richter and son, Horace Office Hours: t .. n. to I 9. m:

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton DeBerryand who have been visiting i
Sudan: t ( U
daughters of Homestead will Rlchter's son-in-law and IIrs'j Owed Saturdays j-I TAG OFFICEOpen
move this week-end to Perrin. ter, Mr. and Mrs. tyul

for two weeks, left .. )
Mrs. Harold Oxford who hat their home in Cairo, Ga. Reynold'i Free Parking Space j j17M I Daily Year Round Service
been spending the summer InThomasvllle 'I
' N. W. SITU IT. MIAMI I So. Krome Ave. Hacaeatead
Ga. returned to Mm Virginia Stewart of Miami
Homestead Saturday.Mr. who will teach in the Homestead raoM: t-tm i: I

High School this is
making
and Mvr: W. Bethea of year
her home with Mr. and Mrs. R. E.Edward. .
Princeton spent Sunday with Mr. .. -
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and .M... R. A. Jones in Miami.

Shirley Jones returned with Mr. Mrs. W. C. Norman of Los Angeles -
and Mrs. Bethea to spend a week who has been visiting her

with their daughter, Marilyn. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Adrian Jacobs for the past!
Mrs. J. T. Hall Jr, a former
three weeks, will leave Saturday:
resident of Homestead who has UseRedland
for Richmond. She will visit also'
been living in Savannah, Ga., is
and Iowa
in Chicago before
returning
spending a few days In Homestead I'
to her home.
visiting friends. She will stay in

Hollywood while Capt Hall, an I Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott

army officer, Is on maneuvers In will leave Saturday to accompany I

Louisiana. !I their daughter, Dora, and Mist, Brand



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III MISS LOIS BURMA CARPENTER WEDDEDTO ,WILLIAM: CAMPBELL: GIVEN; I LANDON HICKSON IS GIVEN FAREWELL
SURPRISE FAREWELL PARTY
JOHN FREDERICKS IN,MIAMI CEREMONY William Campbell of Redland i! PARTIES BEFORE HE LEAVES FOR CAMP

who left for Gainesville '
i Miss Lois Burma Carpenter of ,tended Homestead High School. Saturday I London Hickson who has enlisted school honored him with a partyat
!1 where he will be freshman at the '
Florida City and John Martin Mr. Fredericks, a ion of Mr. and a I In the naval reserve and left the home of the teacher Lt. W.
of Florida honored
University was
:Frederick of Plant City wert ,Mrs. David Fredericks Sr., of yesterday for Macon was given a 'L. Sawyer.
murrad n a very quiet ceremony Homestead, came here ai a child with a surprise going-away dance 'stag farewell dinner Tuesday eve- I Various games were played.
t 4 In the Chamber of Com-
Wcdnestl afternoon at 3 o'clockin I with his parent from Sheboygan, Sept. ning by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Again red white and blue were
th. R Dertion Memorial ChurchIn '\VU. He was graduated from merce building by Miss Louise J. L. Hickson In Naranja. 'used In the decorations. '
Barnes. Miss Charlotte Ceronimo
Mum l by the Rev Norman Zu- 'Homestead High School In 193 I A patriotic color scheme was | Present were: Lt. and Mrs.
and Willard Barnes.
laU puaioi of the church i;; and In 1940 from the Universityof I fused In the dectrations. Sawyer, Miss Mary Ann Brown
t MiFred Kufeldt and James Florida where he was a mom'bcr I During the evening each guest i| Covers were laid for: E. J. Miss Marjorie Fogle, Miss Sue
made: of farewell
recording
Itvdrt were the only attendants.i i of Alpha Zeta honorary agricultural a a ,'Graham Ed, John Joe Richard Robinson Miss Virginia Frick
r to honor
the guest Re-
The' br,de wore a morning glory scholastic! fraternity Alpha message and Blair Hickson J. D. Nail. Miss Lois Bchrens, Miss Dorothy
cordings that have been mode
l blue en,' mble with a hip-length Tau Alpha. honorary agriculture atI I Duncan Conner and Landon Hick- Behrens the Rev. Geo H. Ricks
t i the municipal swimming pool during -
t. jacket! wiilch+ featured long sleeves education fraternity the Agrlcultural I the also ,son. ''Charles Behrens, Charles Watson,
summer were played.
and u kite collar Her acces { Club and Will presidentof I! Later that evening Mr. Hick- Mr. Nail. Mr. Conner, Joe Ed and
Portewere navy and hc wore a the Newell Entomological Society f About seventy-five guests were son' class In the Homestead John Hickson Mr, Graham and

corsageof gardenias and tube- In his senior year. He was (present I Presbyterian Church Sunday the honor guest.

rose also a member of Alpha Gamma P. T. A. PLANTTO GIVE !i i
Mr Kufeldt'wore a navy redingote I Rho, social fraternity :RECEPTION SEPT. 17 I II I I TEA IS GIVEN HONORING VISITOR,
with matching dress with Mr. and Mrs Fredericks left Im- The Homestead P. T. A. will givea
nays and white accessories and a I mediately after the ceremony fora reception for the teachers of the MRS. WM. B. EDWARDS OF WINTER PARKMrs.

1 coinage of pink gladioli wedding trip to North Carolina. !Homestead schools and past presidents -i' --
The bride came to Florida City They will make their home In of the association Wednesday Virginia Edwards and Mrs, Randolf Caves Mrs. Lonnie L

five Years ago with her parents Plant City where Mr. FrederlcI. evening; at 8 o'clock in the, E. A. Buchanan gave tea at Ml'Ij Hood, Mrs. W. B. Mill, Mrs Bevo
Mr and Mn. Bate Carpenter, Is connected with the state plant !Neva King Cooper School auditorium Edwards' home Tuesday afternoonIn ; Webb Mrs. Olin Wright Mrs Dex-
from Cherryville N. C. She at- board. !' announces Mrs. M. F.White .! honor of her daughter-in-law,Uer I Home Mrs. Herman Thomas
president. I Mrs. Wm. B. Edwards of Winter Mrs W. B. Caves, Jr., Mrs. Wm.
Park who Is spending the week In 'I Musselwhlte Mrs. George Barnes,
At a called meeting of the executive -
SCHOLARSHIP I
BUSINESS TO BE PROJECT
I board Tuesday afternoon,] Homestead.The (I Mrs. John Whitchard, Mrs. Augustus
OF HOMESTEAD JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB I If : It'was decided to add one extra i iI guests were Mrs. A M. Wynn. Mrs. Burley Dendy
f I helper to the cafeteria staff for a'' Logan. Mrs. R. J. Hester Urs. Mrs T. J. Walker, Mrs. Bruce En-
Giving a scholarship annually stead who succeeded In winning month. It was decided also that nis, Mrs. Herbert Turner, Mrs.

4, to time!! Redland District high the state federation scholarship to'':each pupil who desires credit at MISS DORA SCOTT 1 Howard Johnson, Misses Esther!

school girl I In a business college in "Tallahassee I II the cafeteria must have his parents HONORED AT PARTYA and Helen Livingston and Miss
A victory ball will be given by j Geraldine Reitz.
It In at the
cafe-
request
Homvste d or Miami will be the person -
I club surprise going-away pirt
the
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on Sept. In the Chamber terla. {
f'' nom uiujvct of the Junior If Commerce building it was I i was given in honor of Miss Dora
( Wom.inV Club of Homestead, the voted. Mn. Virginia Walton was I FELI.OWSIIIPCL' j Scott Friday afternoon by Miss
club voted lit held I | Betty Marshall at her home In
H a meeting Mon- appointed general chairman. HAS SOCIAL MEETING
MRS. T. L. HODGES
d.n. nigh;\ m the clubhouse. Mis. Burley Dendy chairmanof The Wesley Fellowship Class of Redland. AMiss

T.I n this scholarship the the Labor Day dunce, reportedthat I the Homestead Methodist Church I Jewel Hodge and Miss Ann'' vocalist and pianist
pupil from Homestead or Redlandhitfli 1 $74.20 had been cleared enjoyed a party Tuesday evening Shackleford were prize winners In ;
rrugc in commercial subjects and I year books with the Woman's Club Various games were played. I played during the afternoon '

she nuur take a competitive examination 1 and to have Joint Installation of officers -I I Present were: the Rev. and Mrs.T .I I Present were: Miss Margaret !I
Principals and teacher in April. A Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.' !
Field, Miss Elizabeth Hall, Miss
N. W. 16th St. and Kromeon
.-- will saint In selecting the Estill. Miss McNeill I
candidates Mrs. Frank Berneckcr, Mrs. T. I Nary ], Miss Alice Wysong, Miss Bobble Simpson
r. I J. Walker and Mrs. Walton will be Marjorie Moser, Misses Helen and I Miss Goaldia Grennelt\, Miss I Sept,17
i The dub decided to send a gift hostesses to the club at the dinner(I Antoinette Boye, Miss Allie Fer Carol Lee, Miss Frances Soper, Phone 57'-\1
to Miss Virginia Kinner of Home- on Sept. 22.WOMAN'S I guson. Miss Effie Booth Wlllard :Miss Hodge Miss Shacklrford, |

Norman and Robert Cast j j Miss Scott and the hostess. i I
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If CLUB OF HOMESTEAD DECIDES I The Sunday school of the Red- i'f

TO GIVE HALLOWEEN DANCE ON OCT. 25J )land Community Church enjoyed a
/picnic at Mathf..nn Hammock unI I I'l

J At ii. meeting Tu(>sd4-ti;-i were voted In the club by-lllw.1 Ii I'l erUth-I; drhlPfi; \ r Catch j

Worn in' Club of Homestead voted and Kufeldt Wednesday.
I plans were made for Joining I
J to 'i nr a Halloween dance In ,I the Junior Woman's Club In printing -1 M._.".MMN",...._ "","""
the c'I i i ntx-r of Commerce bulld- The Calendar" I!
f fay "in s turda)'. CM 25. under the ( Members a year book who signed Mrs J.for F a Ham-first .............". ... .! . .."..._...... I'

chmrm ''I i ship of Mr. W. R. An- I aid course to be given twice a Sept. 12-Meeting of HomesteadArt

j des week In the afternoon or In the Club painting-class In Cham- ,
i l '11 I ,1'I i ,fit from the dance given I evening by A. H. Bliss of Miami ber of Commerce building. I

f Toi-nili/ was $8453: Mrs. H K. were Mrs. J. D Perkins, Mrs Herbert 9 Sept 12-Meeting of Princeton
KII I Ik i i-sident announced Katz Mrs. E. C. ',Home Demonstration Club with, 9s

Ann. ",uemcnt was made that Mr. Orin E. Smith Withnuer'j'(Mrs J. L. Murray. I
ill v.. McCahlll chairman of Foulk 1 t Sept. IV-Program meeting of t I

p th' J' ii-hhip committee of the Mrs Katz acting corresponding I tlomestend B..P W. C In Chamber I
t D.,,,!, "Minty Federation of secretary read a letter of thanks of Commerce building 8 pin :
W.iimn Clubs, will be guestape from Graham McElroy winner of i'I Sept 19-Meeting of Homestead
,ikiM, In Novt'ml'rtrs.. I., J. a county federation part-time ')tome Demonstration Club In F. F
M.f hI: v, vlce-pt'esldt'nt of Section -' scholarship at the University of I lA. clubhouse at 9.30 a. m. I
r 1Ii 'n, will speak at the Jin- MiamI. I' Sept. 16-Meeting of Homestead

uti'' a T.,i"ting; and Mrs. Sydney L. Executive board meetings will W' S. C. S. circles. '
r VTrmti i> will Install the officers be held at 4.IS on the first Tues I I Sept. 17-P. T. A. reception for 'I
.t a
Mi1 ,, S MtCrcady elected Mrs. T. E Stadig and Mrs Ida I Neva King Cooper School at 81 i

iv< ,ding 1 secretary to fill the ElChen berger, new members, o'clock.
\.fc.melI.ed by the resignation I inboduced Mrs Jos. T Hall, Jr..1 I I: I I

of Mr- Harmon Helnlcln s former member, who bas beep
The cyb: voted to finish paying([away for several months, was
for lit ulrtno Severn ohangos welcomed back. 1 Q

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II HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB INVITES i '2/j; Misslo Notebooks 5o and It* Typewriter Paper 10<

THOSK Fountain Prtn II $2.73 ".50 1-Rlng Notebook Covert 15c
INTERESTED IN HOME DEFENSE I
I Fine-Line fern-Its $1 Notebook Index Se

A home demonstration club offers :: listed by the Individual clubs and 'I I Big It Tube Paste 100Ring Notebook Paper . lOe

more help than any other In makes the year's program to fit Du-O-Rinc Notebooks S aDd II.Cascade t-KIn Notebook' Coven .10e

borne defense training, and It Is theft needs. Vlo Cnrom..l for 100Ring Notebook Fillers _Se
f Types of work done. Include Composition Books Se and 10C1
open to any woman Interested In besides I Old Colony M.ell.i..._ .lie
the tinning, gardening 'and Rakes .._ Se and MeBtrsttcnpher's
1 building up home strength and nation food and nutrition work such dap.losUiKj wo os 01|esqulsH. Chalk _* _110 ; Notebook- .Wo

jWakerteld strength, president, says Mrs.et the Geo.Homestead N.- things is interior and exterior boa+.= with method Thofotqu. .*Cool. *, Wood Colon _._ .1511 Pea Points _. . lo

home Improvement, home manage safe' -fcmbIalW
club. In announcing the opening -
I meat child care, handcraft, home
of the
meeting season Friday foe
earnings,
clothing recreation
It, at 9 SO In the community
Sept : a.m.
activities and 4-H Club All Requirements for School Work.DIXIE' .
Future Farmer clubhouse on North ,1 dJwcmiqufJi.

I ', Jerome avue. rVr. Hasktn'GLASSES '1I
Officer for the year will be Leonard >V. I I Moa
elected at that time and plans for ' ......._

the year's work will be made I fpeo."am .. Wye ..--... ; p__ w._ DRUG
Nevi members are desired and ",title a" 11movair"11 of t j, ALICE'S BeAUTY I
.hey should attend this first meetIng u. w. It rae4 ... Kim" s+. I
I Mrs Wskefleld. because C.I.W.Air c- I PARLOR
says k G..e..4 T... i iI lack Ptlk Howard Jeksev
,the year's project can be plannedto .t-U Is.cr.9 .- I
Include what they want Miss a Alive nIt sad tillr.
For : : ;;: j
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Mrs. T. L. Hodges Will i summer vacation wll be held Tuesday CAD OF THANKS

afternoon at 3;30 clock at We wish to thank the friends
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Open Studio Sept. the homie of Mrs.. Frank Skill and neighbors who were so kind CLASSIFIED ADS
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Mrs. T. L. Hodges, who has troop captain. during the Illness and death of 11
Senior scouts are asked to meetat our husband and father.
Homestead audience with line Insertion
pleased RATE; first Insertion 104 a ; subsequent *
her singing since her arrival two the same time to organize a MRS. O. A. 11A1NUN 5* a lute
AND FAMILY.
separate
troop.
yean ago will open a studio at

her home on NV.. Sixteenth A meeting of the troop committee

street, Just oft Krome avenue, on will be held Monday afternoon,', FOR KENT I ize and Repair LEASED OR

Sept. 17. at 2 clock at the home of Mrs fCitlWoD bLI. I MORTGAGED PropertyWe

Both voice and piano pupils will Carl F Robinson in Redland. : A. ._ FOR RENT-4-room newly furnished also have FHA LOANS for
New Homes, payable monthly
be accepted. apartment. Private bath.
Mr. Hodges, a filter of the bottled gas atoxe Reasonable over 20-23 years.Let .

Rev. Geo. H. Ricks, pastor of the rate. C. II Lawrence, 102 N us supply your BUILDING

Homestead Presbyterian Church,' W. 1st St. (A22-tf) NEEDS Prompt Service
BROOKER LIMBER CO.
studied at Peace Institute at Raleigh ,
I FOR RENT-Two-bedroom apartment Phone 62 Homestead. Fla.
N. C.. and at Arerett Collegein
Danville, Va., where she was a' all electric: furnished, S

pupil of Laura J. Fusselle. minutes drive from Homestead. HEAL ESTATEFor

She also taught .In North Caro Federal highway & Biscayne _
lina. drive Modello Mrs Eva Collins Prompt Action

List Your Property With

A. C. Baum, Associate
:
Girl Scouts to Meet
4, FOR SALE Warren Lehman, Realtor
At Skill Home Tuesda: Pltz* 2302 Pence de Leon. Coral Gables.

I JOHN DEERE Mowing MachineIn (pII518)ItOMESTtADFlve
first of the Homestead
The meeting
usable condition $2)00
Girl Scout Troop since the Overseas Motor Co.. Ford dealer. I NEAR acres,

.- Homestead (s I.ml half glade some fruit tree. nice
1 I
FLORIDA CITY shade, small house reconditionedand I

............""'.-""'-..-......"........"'... 1937 FORD ifc.ton pick-up truck, I painted, electric light, bath
price reasonable I Overseas I I tub and Inside toilet septic tank,
Continued'From Page Five)
( SYMBOLIC of Southern Bell's tre- Motor Co.. Ford dealer Homestead water system ready to be connected -
from Saturday till Wednesday On I
Wednesday they went to Marathon I Importance to the vital (s 1-tf) I garage. Price $1500

where they will stay till Sunday.Mr. communication system of the South U in Seal-an emblemof NEW Bottled Gas Stove Bargain trees IS ACRES-Includes(230 Valencia oranges 5 acres fruit 138

and Mrs- :-L. W. Griffith proven service to industry and the public and now to price. Virgil Lyon opp. city miscellaneous) enclosed with i

have opened a grocery store In the defense.The national emergency is making unprecedented ball _. . (112 $250 fence: 10 acres la scarified,
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Silverman building formerly occupied demands I with 290 holes blasted for trees,
upon every resource at our disposal in men women TOMATO PLANTS See M. P.
by the Lee grocery. Mr. and 10 wells: neat cottage lathed and
materials and Recruits Walker Kings Highway and N.
money. are daily swelling the
Mrs Griffith moved Monday from j plastered toilet and shower $350
the Lee sawmill to an apartmentover ranks of our trained army of workers. E. 2nd Ave. (psS12)I) I garage: nice drive to house landscaped .

the store : Our reserve of basic equipment are being taxed to the FOR SALE-Fordson rear with plants and vines.

Mist Bonnie" Myers went back i utmost to keep pace with the ever growing demand for tractor trailer, plow, Owners valuation $4278 Will
take 53.000-wlnta all ash
disk honey extractor, honey aXll"j
to Miami Tuesday after hermonth's more and more telephone service. The more than S 1000. Call first of week. H P. 26 ACRES-includes 10 acres drop

vacation. 000 dollars required this year for constructing reconstruct. eon Cooper rd. ( ) glade that will grow potHlot 10

and Mrs V. 0 Rohrer of and acres shallow glade 6 acres high
Mr. log adapting telephone facilities to meet I
governmentnd FOR SALE 2 bedroom, modern
pine land: 4-room house in poor
and friends
relatives
here Miami Sunday.visited other telephone needs ii being willingly invested to house on Krome ave. near 8th .t.1 I repair electric lights: on good

"' insure the expansion: and protection of telephone service Apply Herbert Turner. a29-s2) I I highway; can be muck very .ittractive -

Misses Isabel and Mary Beckerof Price reduced from
the
throughout nine southeastern states we Ktvc-Somttm FOR SALE-Baby guineas-31
Miami spent Tuesday and Wednesday Helen1Whiting I $2.100 to $1,700 and l I. well worthit
months old SOc each.
with their mother Mrs. Bill u geared to ten* she South.
Ferreyra Roberta road
Charles Becker. Ricky Becker returned '! H. A. CAMERON
Just north of Avocado drive.a8.
to Miami with them for a SOUTHERN BELLTELEPHODE!! HILlS R PR CompnnnSMALLjrf ( -tf) Phone 72 mt-vtoud.
Short visit. . I i ::1-26)

: PAPAYAS, Sc a pound. Mrs KeU: :
,
Silverman left Mondayfor .
Mrs M Jackson, 115 S. W. 2nd It. 30 acres with Dice honw. limes
Miami' Beach after a ten-da\
Homestead (mld-tf) oranges. avorsdos.ell located,
I
visit with Mr. and Mis J. H. Simrnons -

-I I r rUH SALE 'j'1 PIIMI plants, ill I 60$20 acres.000 pine.00. land 1720.00 rs..h.

APPLICATION FOR 0-m- s rut trees and tropics/ fruit iiseason 31 acres at It J.00 per acre Heart
NOTICE OF II
,
.
Redlan
TAX DEED-(III llt>2l p Jungle Grove of the Kedlarub

Notice la hereby given that Frwl 0 and C I road and Plummet drive.LOANS 40 acres near Homeeaa f I.710....
holder .. de.iwneef
Lurllt Day II
Mary
City of Miami Tax certificate Numb,,ci 00 Nice place and two house .t (tiller
aSk? dated the Bth d" at lam A J) i $3SOOOO
ml line IM Mid Certificate In mi "fIk
.. mat have made awllcall fur ,*i I LOANS TO BUILD MOUrRNUc. Itonn loun business property.
deed to issue Uwraoa In ccordinc with Price Hint.
'
I REPAIR Residential, Grove
.
law Raid t.rnll' imttm" "" .Prot'
lowing described pmiwrtr. ritual*! ', rand l t and Business Property I 20 acres, nice home six" : atms of

County Florida, ...."111 From $30 to $JCOO-from 6 mo ti I I IS well kept times f .300.0(1.
Lost I Block 4, TumllirL Finn Pin'
20 acres high pine land 1710 00.
Book 14 Pan It In the Civ of Mia. I years. I
County of I>.d.. State of Fl>rld>. No Down Pavment--No Red Tn:,. 3 bedroom home two lots f].000.00.i .
The awuawnt at laid property un...r SMALL :MONTHLY PAYMENT iM-droom home. one lot 12.00tlOO.
the Certificate totiird wu In the name "t
Unknown. Unlwa Mid Crrtlflcat, thai I $200 for 36 mo.-Repay $6.39 mo I Cash.
be rtdmnfd according to law lax dvd. Convenient MOO for 38 mo.-Rcp.iv SIS87 mr 20 acres. six acre storsiln trees
will 10... Hwmn on the l.'ilh day "r atnhn
A. D. 1UI $1500 for 60 no.-Repay $32SI' i $3.SOO.00BLNJ .
noted this 6th day of gqitrnlvr. A. D. I .\MIV WARREN: !MORRIS!

1111 E R LEATHERS N. ll lick (like. ifi& nurrr41 t a.) mo.Ask for FREE Estimates I Reg Brokei

circuit Court. Dade County. Florida 1M I Without Obligation S. Krome \ve llornmlead .1 la,
(Circuit Court nil.. LOANS rnn be secured to :Modern' I ( !
By L. F.. PARKrR n C
Brill Ii. II 20 Ort I. 10. 1911,
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NOTICE SAME IMIKR LAW FICTITIOUS N'othe small home can be built right from


ondmlirnnl NOTICE 19 dnlrlnr HEREBY to GIVEN.n..". that In I."the itMM ... start to finish. It can be well designed. It can
undo the fnhlom name of i H" ,
steed HuilnrM College Intrad. I. ,. ,I"'" r WANTEDAn
the Mid name with the Clerk ..f Ih,' Cr., be well constructed. It can include modernccmenicnccs.
wit Court ill Dade Cwnty. Florida
HALFORD c. IITAMtV
.
_. (VpL 12, It. ad. CKL 1. 1.1 I

IN C01'>rTT JtDfFi CURT t

D.d.N.('.on.,. icenRf ,. Florida The small home has never been so usable-and executive secretary by the Red- '

.
F.taU of Cnarli W. HAM. P"*". .I.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE Home has been
livable. financing never so
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIHlHAKl
Notice la hereby given that I have filed land District Chamber of Com-
.V final report and trillion for Final PI*. practical for the moderate-income family.
than* M Administrator o( 1M Mote >(
Charles W. four. dooaxd, and that on
I i tin fcta day of September. 1911. will apply from October 1 19-11 to April
to the .... merce
Honorable W. 1" III.n. County be low one-tenth ,
The down as as
Jud of Dodo County. Florida. for an. payment may

prou'X9sN final .report._ of and the for.>uw final of of the property valuation. One loan Dill will furnish
Chasten W. It".... dorrawdTkl 11942. Applicants please ,

> fill day IRA of August C. HAYCOCK 1MI take care of the remaining cost of a new home.

AtBlnbtrator of the Estate of Chas W.
Hup. Deoea..d. Repayment is made sin monthly installmentscut references, state experience,
(A... tl. tVpt I. ta. II. ad. 1141.I IMOTICI
income ample time.
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME of your over d

t '. TO WHOM IT 111 t'ON'ERlh qualifications and amount of salary -

'1" Notiw .. hereby .1... than the ..d. -
ItnH puniunt w the "Fletlfew fcaiw We will help you to put through your appli-
< II
,statute. Horn, Rill No. till Chapter No.nHI expected. Address applications -
*swe of Florida. '''I. will .......*. cation for F. H. A. loan.
with tk. Conn, In an .
I..< for Dad.kcwony Flowrida. .
J upon r*
!Iot M of proof of th. publication cf t>il. to Edward Stiling President. ti
: notice. twos fPTlrSm. mm*. M rHi ,
"""EaTTAD HARDWARE CO. ender W. D. HORNE CO. .
which I an, tnmml In badness at "inbrr 7.
6. South Kron>. A.mM, la. tin City of
H' -,w d. Florida FRANK L. SKILL,' Owner P. 0. Drawer A Florida City Fla.
Th
| th. party interested to u4! 10..1.riM ..M ,1.
...
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h M ollowa I Materials
Lumber and Building
. WVVM Owner Hardware .
ate. 1x..w.eetJ.d.. Dad County. Flor.; Homestead. Fla. Tboae M7-J isy
S4"T11 etch. ton.
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Pare Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE FrMav. September 12." 1941

W. Me U. TO SER: )

I I 1 CLOTHES Clothe for TO the ORPHAN girl at the Baptist


I. I Social Events I II' ,M.Homestead U.slat of the orphanage First If clothing Faptitt which this Churchof the year W., APPLY FOR YOUR

will be sent lOOn *o that she will
have new clothe to start school
Mn. Frank Irwin, president announced
1942Driver's
at a meeting of the W. M.
LODGE ENTERTAINSHEAD
REBEKAH
LIBERTY
i U. Tuesday in the church.
OF FLORIDA REBEKAH ASSEMBLY Circle Four had charge of the
- program on "An Urgent Gospel
Mn. Gertrude Farlay of WIn- a cake plat and server.
Summons State to Enlarge,
ter Haven, president of the Rebek- Other apeclalaue-te at the meet- Lengthen and Strengthen." Mrs. Licenseat
ah Ataembly of Florida, paid her Ing were: Mn. Barbara Hendryof J. Lawrence Scott spoke on "The
I official visit to Liberty Rebekah Coconut,Grove, marshal of the Co-operative Dollar"; Mrs. O. C. ,
Lodge No. 47 on Monday when she state, Mrs."Edith Bran of Coconut Radford, on"A Fair Co-operative";
was honor guest at a banquet at Grove and Mn. Jeannette Crull of and Mn. L. A. Wise, on "The Gift
Tropical Cat and at a meetingIn Miami district deputy presidents, of Self." Mrs. J. Tom Vann con-
the I. O. O. F. hall. and August Witt, district deputy ducted the devotional
In the afternoon Mrs. Farlay grand master of I. O. O. F.
JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICEOdd
conducted a achool of instruction Other ovt-of-town guests were: CIRCLE MAKE 143
hire for officer of District 24. Mr and Mrs. Nickerson Mrs Louise GARMENTS FOE RED CROSS
At the lodge meeting, red hibiscus Andrews Mn. Mildred Creamer One hundred forty-five garments Fellows Building
blossoms adorned the trellises! Mrs. Mamie Carlson, Mrs.Ethel have been sewed or knitted .
in the front and back of the hall, Vandecarr.Mrs. Rachael Witt Mrs. since July 11 by the Redland HOMESTEAD, FLA.
and baskets of cut flower were Daisy Chronlster, Mrs. Harriet Neighborhood Circle for the Red
placed throughout the hall. Mn. Tallman and Jas. O. Hendry of, Cross sewing project according Open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Blanche Chapman, Mn. Anna Meilenmlth Coconut Grove, and Mrs. Mae Sar- a report made at a meeting of tol I
and Mr. Harry Degler ay, Mr, Edith Speiney, Mrs. Gladys circle Wednesday at the home
Mr. L. H. Klopp. AU pawns bolding 41 UoenM mint renew bj Oct. I, or
arranged the decoration Lockwood and Mn. Anna Hob-
Und road teat and penalty. If yes have te take tnt
Mn. Irene Shanklin served a* son of Miami. The Princeton[ Home Demonstration pee ea fet It In Miami In front of polite ttettou any day
noble grand In place of Mr*. E. S. Mrs. Farjay, and Mrs. Hendry, Club will meet this afternoon fat Ik* week.
Caplinger who i* visiting in Ohio. overnight ,juests of Mrs. Beattie, at :2 o'clock at the home of Mn. J.
Mn. Parlay spoke on "Chargesof left Tuesday morning for..xe, L. Murray In Princeton. Officer I
Rebekah Ritual" and also told of West ___ I for the coming year will be elected.
_.
work done at the
the redecorating ------- -
I. O. O. F. and Rebekah home in
Gainesville and urged all to visit
the home whenever possible.In .

a candlelight ceremony Mn.I. .
P. McLean sang the president'ssong
'"Love' Old Sweet Song".
and Mr Radford, assisted by Mrs. Back to School Sale
Carrie McCullough and Mn W. D.
Mahan,presented Mrs. arlay with
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INDIAN WORK SHOWS
AT AUXILIARY MEETING: : r
Deaconess Harriet M. Blzell of
Miami, who ha charge of Indian Foods for School LunchesPhillips Delicious No. 2'/j can Fancy Western Lb.

work, displayed article made by, Foods for Family i .
the Indiana at a luncheon meetingof Bud Pork: & Beans lOc Round Steak 33c
the Woman's Auxiliary of St.! All Priced to Fit Your
John' Episcopal Church Friday at

the home of Mr. W R. Bird. I PURE CANE BULK 5 LBS. Phillips Delicious! No. 2 can Heavy Western Beef Lb.
Hans for the annual bazaar to
be given In December were made CHUCK ROAST 29c
SUGAR Mixed 10c
and plan for Monday night' pic- 27c Vegetables
nic honoring Capt. and Mrs. R. F

I Blackford were completed. FRANKLIN'S BEST PER CAN Phillips Delicious Assorted DeLuxe Sliced Lb.
VISITOR IS HONORED:

AT Alias HAMBURGER Dora Scott: FRY gave a hamburger I COFFEE 23c SOUPS, per can 5c BACON 32c

fry Saturday evening at the I 7ARMOUR'S
home of her parents Mr. and Mn. WATER: GROUND 4 LBS.
J. Lawrence Scott In honor of DELICIOUS ASCOT FOR SALAD Skinless Lb.
bliss Betty Durrance of Brighton, LUNCH MEAT AND SANDWICHES MEAL 15c
Fla, who i* pending a few day Wieners 23c
with Mis France Soper In Red- TREAT Tuna Flakes BULK 4 LBS
land. Miss Durrance. who will be GRITS 15cKELLOGG'S '
a high school senior at Montverde 29c 2 cans Pure Leaf Lb.
School. Montverde, Fla., was a
roommate of Miss Soper there last nEE BUTTER DISK 25c PKG. LARD 15c
year. Corn Flakes 5c -

The others present were: MissSoper
Miss Mary Engle,Miss Betty
Ann Marshall, Miss Alice Wysong FRESH CREAMERY: ROLL.N. B. C. Pride Assortment Cochran's Quart
Miss Jewel Hodge, Miss Bobble BUTTER Ib..39c

Simpson and Miss Carol Lee. AndrtMi Cold Cuts, and Sliced COOKIES lb. pkg. 25c SALAD DRESSING Z9c

PRINCETON CLUB GinsJIEASt'RIXG
CHEESE 1b. 29c
PARTY All N. B. C. 2 pkgs. Thompson Seedless 2 Ibs.
Members of the Princeton Home Lunch or Mule
Demonstration Club and their husbands -
were entertained at a measuring LOCAL FRESH DRESSED CRACKERS 9c GRAPES 15c

party Wednesday eveningat FRYERS, Ib.. 33c
the home of Mr and Mrs. W. Heinz Strained 2 cans Fancy Fresh Ripe 4 Ibs.
W. Bethea Mrs. Bethea and lIENS Ib
30c
by
. .
Mrs. Roy WlttenwylerMr Baby Food 15c PEACHES Igc
Russell Mamma and P. S. .
Stapleton won prize in a who'swho GROUND
contest; Mr. Wittenwyler, a BEEF Ib 20c Heinz Sweet Gherkin or Mixed Fresh Tender 2 Ibs.
prize In an animal hunt contest: "u
and Mr. Bethea, a prize for telling TOVATO' PICKLES 15c Garden Peas 23c
i the best fish story.

SOUP, can . .10c Heinz Lg. Can Sweet Juicy Georgia 5 Ibs.
MISS HABLE RUTH POPE

ELECTED. 1'. W. A. HEAD PREPARED BISCUIT CHILI CON CARNE 21c SWEET POTATOES 19c
Miss Mable Ruth Pope was elect
ed president of the Y. W. A.of the, FLOUR, pkg. . 33c
Flnt Baptist Church of Homestead I j Cross & BlackweH Lb. Jar U. S. No. 1 Irish 10 Ibs.
IRRADIATED ,
at a meeting Monday night at the I' | CANS

sponsor.home of." Mrs. R. E. Edwards, the I PET nLK ... 27c Preserves 25c Potatoes 18cfl'allklil'S

Oher officers elected were: Miss
I
Jewel Hodge, vice-president; Miss
Ann Shackleford, secretary and
treasurer; Miss Frances, Rutland,;
program chairman:Miss Alice Wy. Grocery
song, social chairman; and Miss
Melba VanWInkle, personal service,
"Chairman. 116 South Flagler
Mrs. J. Lee Smith who will
serve a* sponsor with Mn. Edwards Phone 40 We Deliver
will direct the devotional We Accept U. S. Food Stamps

work and study courses, it was de- .
cided.
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