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 19, 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: VID00508
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Serving Redland

Pioneer Tabloid LEADER-ENTERPRISE District Since

Weekly 1912



;VoL30-No.,37 Homestead, Florida Friday September 19. 1911 Price 5 Cent



MAY START ON Redland District Boys Complete Courses}141-42 TOMATO



KEY PIPE LINE I In Aircraft. ConstructionI\I'I ACREAGE MAYBECUTINHALF





ABOUTP20:


End of Validation Period Financing Difficult as 2

Oct. 1 to Release R. Bad Seasons! Leave

I F. C. Loan Growers Broke

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TREATING PLANT TO STEFFA CAN: SEE

I SHUT DOWN AGAIN 10,000 ACRESIDE I

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Interruption Comes 33 On- If Demand and Prices

ly Two Weeks' Work : Warrant, Backing ('an

Remain. to Be Done Be Obtained
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Processing of the pipe for the aet 1 With planting of pint and I rio,
Key West aqueduct could be com. toe already under \\.\ II' the r
pleted In two more weeks but the tent of 500 acres '.'altered
plant will have to shut down againin throughout the county. predictions
about week because of shortage were being made In informed
of steel for fabrication of the: 1 quarter that the total tomato

50-foot sections of 18-Inch pipe. I a s 1 acreage for Dude County this season -

The plant will not reopen until i ,I would be cut to 40 or Sn percent
Oct 13 when week's operation Is of taut >ear'" planting of
expected to :all that Is necessaryto a 15000 acre
complete the coating and of, Count Agent, C. H Steffunl
lining the pipe. I said taut night that while It is too
It is expected that actual laying early for any definite estimate to
of the pipe can start on Oct 20 be made present indication are
With all obstacles removed to validation I that hen will be 10.000 siren
of the bonds of the Florida' planted to tomatoes md 4.500
Keys Aqueduct Commission the acres planted to potatoes this !It'a-
$1500000 loan from the R. F C.: son. Last year the potato acreage
i* expected to be available when totaled 5,500.

the validation period terminates on Six young men of the Red and Mayo, Miami: Sheridan Miller and' school together July 15. completed : Various factors are responsible

Oct. 1.The, District who have completed I, George Grantham, Homestead; their course last Friday Reitz isI{1 I for the prospective reduction In tomato .
staff of Lt. W. L..Sawyer, and potato acreages Many
courses in aircraft construction al i; Charles] Merck, Miami; Grover visiting here with his mother, Mrs.i(''
resident naval officer in charge of growers have been hit too hard
construction, is being augmented the Anderson Airplane School,, Sauaman, Robert Allen and Reed Selma Reitz, before going to California financially by two successive bud

rapidly In preparation for the Nashville, Tenn., are shown in the i Hayes all'of St. Retersburgi to accept a position in a,seasons to be able to set out their

start of actual construction of the picture above The photograph i Wright! and Anderson completedtheir Los Angeles aircraft factory. tsual acreage Moreover the
aqueduct. In August Donald E. cost of labor has and will
was taken in front of one of the courses Au,. 15 and were ap- Miller, who is visiting in Boston gone up
Bell arrived from Annapolis Md., therefore make a substantial Increase -
to assume the dutuei of senior in. center wing sections of a military pointed to civil service positions at with his mother, Mrs Beatrice in the cost of raising the

specter of construction and JohnR. plane upon which the boys were Fensacola Miller of Homestead. will also go crop.

Galbraith, formerly an engineer working at the school. Ames, who finished his course to California to work in an aircraft However. Mr. Steffanl pointed
with the Florida State Road Department Pictured from left to right are: the first of August, I Is working at plant. out. If there Is a big demand for
arrived from Jacksonville local agricultural! product at Rood
I'George Wright, William Anderson Intercontinental Aircraft Corp., in Grantham, who Wished his
I to join Lt. Sawyer's staff as prices, growers will no doubt find
I a junior civil engineer September I Jr. and Donald Ames, all of RedIland Miami course Au,. 22, is employed in an II a way to finance their farms operations

I (Continued on Page Two) ; Ross Reitz, Homestead, Jack Reitz and Miller, who entered aircraft factory in Baltimore .
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III Roadside Advertising Law Becomes I THE WEATHER :' Safety Patrol Reduces Child Mishaps I

Effective in Florida Next Tuesday :Subtropical Official weU-Experiment; report Station of the 1 In Period Adult Accidents Double

I Homestead Florida. ---
Tallahassee, Fla. Sept. 18-' The success of the school tafct

Roadside signs of all kinds are'I TRUCK OWNERS I Sept.Dale 11 I":iy"1 M 6'12! .97: Rain 0.03 A IPUTATION'FAILS patrol in protecting the liven of
now regulated in an effort to bring
68 129.891 school children is attested by the
Sept. 12 I 189 I '
dignity to the highways, it was I
REGISTER 'WITH !Sept. 13 I 189 I 6S I TO SAVEMANHURTBYPIPE
Stated today by William L. Hill, I fact that in a 13-veai period when
Sept. 14 I 90 I 69 I I'Sept.
the number of accident to adults
director of the division of outdoor '
advertising of the state road department i : 15 I 86 I 171 129.891, 2.05 was nearly doubled. accident to
i DEFENSE UNIT
The 1941 Florida legislature Sept. 16 I 182 I 71 129901 1.09 school children decreased one
passed an act regulating I .;:Sep, 17 88 I 69 129911 1.58 third as compared with the preceding

outdoor advertising and outdoor The nucleus of a Rodland District Joseph Freeman B"thf'L 11. of responding period.
advertisers have been \ I : This statement md tthers how
given '
un- organization of truck ANEW: Rock Harbor, whose. inkle was
owners
CLASSES
til September 23 to comply with I \ in lithe effect'enr-st It the school
crushed between two lengths of
the act.Mr. |for the evacuation division of the I Ij boy patrols were lade by Stewart
Hill says the act prohibits j Dade County Defense council was ; IIN FIRST AID aqueduct pipe as he W.B.S helping to P. Wright, mans ,ei )( the SouthFlorida
unload: a car at the treatment planton
talk to the
the construction, erection, Motor Ctyb in a
opera- formed last night at a meeting in Aug 15, died Monday at
tion, use or maintenance of any Legion Hall r thei (Continued on Page Three)
1 James Archer Smith Hospital
(Continued on Page Two) The meeting was called by W. R. ARE STARTED lowing an operation In which his ,

Bird, who had been appointed local i:foot was amputated |973 REGISTEREDIN

COUNCIL VOTES chairman chairman of by the Carley evacuation J division Smith, I Two new defense; classes In first|I At the hospital it was said that)
I the blood vessels In Bethels leg
aid started Wednesday by
of the defense council. Truck were THREE LOCAL
I SHUFFLEBOARDAPPROPRIATION, owners present were liven'rqia* the American Red Cross in the were so Injured by the heavy pipes
that circulation of blood to the
Woman Club building under the
tration blanks to fill out with data
of the Woman Club foot was difficult and gangrene set WfflTESCHOOLS
.concerning the vehicles which rponsorstiip ; i
In. Amputation of the foot above
and the JunlorWoman": Club. A.
they can place at the disposal of 1
the ankle was made in an attempt
the defense council in case the H. Bliss,instructor of the class that I
I need arises for emergency evacuation completed a 90-hour course here to save his life, but Bethel died White schools of the Redlanl District
i One hundred dollars toward the of population !last month,is teaching Die present without regaining consciousnessafter showed a total enrollment of n
construction of three shuffleboard Florida wniH be one of the most class the operation.Betrtel 173 when classes began for the
courts and shelter in Legion park vulnerable sections of the countryin Any person ii years or over may had been working at the 1941-43 school year llenday The
was appropriated Monday night toy the event of war with the Axis i enroll for the course High school treatment plant for two months registration in the various schoolswas
the Homestead city council.: I their prior to the accident He was as follows:
have completed
pawn, Mr Bird pointed out because pupils who
r Councilman B. W. Morris, park it would be within easy striking sophomore year also are eligible working with others unloading the Homestead High School, 298
committeeman, was appointed as distance by air from any Carib- for enrollment even though they 50-foot lengths of aqueduct pipe Neva King Cooper Elementary
permanent committeeman to work bean country or island ftn which 1 have not reached the age of 17 from railroad cars to the skidways School. 225.Redland .
with a committee from the Redland the Axis powers might gain a foot- The first aid classes are held when his foot got caught between : Elementary School, 187.
District Chamber of Commerce in hoJd .from 2 to 4 clock on Wednesday I II two rolling pipes Redland High School, til
construction of the shuffleboard U and when the need for emergency I afternoons and from 7JO to 9.30: Funeral services were held at 2 Florida City Elementary School,
courts evacuation arises, whether:o'clock on Wednesday evenings j I p m. yesterday at Turner Funeral 52.
The city and the chamoer of because of war or because of hurricanes , Those who have enrolled for the ;Home with the Rv W. J. Parker, B. M ndman: principal of the
commerce will share equally the or other disasters no pri-I course are Jits. Lucille Reed'r''pastor of the Keys Community Homestead and Florida City
=. expense of construction. (Continued on Page Two) I i (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two) (Continued! on Page Two)





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e Tw THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday September 19,1941

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973 REISTERRDContinued Marcus Walker Mrs. Raymond'I mother, Mra. Lillian Bethel; I bell Betty Byrum, Barbara Horn:

IRSJI.A.CM1ERONt Insua, Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Ain!brother J. M Bethel; and three Margaret Barnes Sally Suber

Herbert KaU. Mrs. E. C. Withauer,sisters, Mrs. Cyril Curry Mri Ceo.i Betty Stillman Ruth Byrum,;

TAKEN BY DEATH ( from Page One) I Mrs Orrin E. Smith, Mrs W. R. i W. Sawyer and Mrs John Curry- Catherine Shackleford,

t schools, laid that their enrollment Bird Mrs. R. B. Chandler, Mrs I all of Rock Harbor-and another Mock, Ruth Ruthland, Barbara,

showed in eight per cent increase!Robert Glenn Jr., Mrs. Adrian .sister Mn L. R. Williams of Gene Wakefield; Mary C. Suber .

{ A. Cameron. wife over that of the tint school day Jacobs, Mrs. R. R. Kinard Mrs R.1''Miami t Ardel Parman Ann Rheney Sux.

': Mn Harriet last year. O Douglas, Mrs Ernest Sherard,i :... ..___.................................._ anne Brown, Barbara Miller, Pa .
died at their
of H A. Cameron.
, I A registered nune divides her' Mrs C. H. Denby Mrs W. B. ty Robinson and Betty Gatlin
home on N. E. Ninth Street at 5.30 -------------1
p m Monday She was 71 yean time among the Homeitead Red- I Caves Mrs Frank Hausman Mrs. I Afterwards a relay lame reprei

4 old land and Florida City schools to'Virgil Lyon Miss Marybelle Cibbs, I By BETTY GATUN Scribe senting first aid was played, and

Funeral services were conductedat give daily examination of all chil- I Miss Mary McNeil and Edward .-.."...-----..-.'".'""....""- I Lady Bug patrol won.
dren who have not been in the Little.
Homestead Presbyterian Church ,I Margaret Barnes Is to be our
state of Florida for two week Certificates will be awarded to I Officers elected for the com-
yestefdar afternoon by the Rev' hostess next: weekIrs.. Skill
or longer A. another precaution those who take the full 20 hours I mini year are: Barbara Home
Ceo H. Rlckj Burial was In Palm was hostess this week.
against the spread of contagious I of instruction comprising the historian: Betty Gatlin scribe:I
Cemetery at Naranja Pallbearer! '
diseases and to safeguard the course Suzanne Brown treasurer: Mar- -- !
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were: E. S. Caplingcr Dick Huff,
health of the individual child she Those who will receive certificates i igaiet Stillman hostess chairman P"'f'TY''nTn''l
Herman Marks Clarence Parman
ii on the watch for any signs of for the course completed last I I committee was appointed to
Roy Matthews and A. R. Livingston hind :,
colds, or other infections In all the month are: Mrs James L. Bird the headquarters of the
Turner Funeral Home wa '
children. Mrs. W. R. Anderson Mrs W B U .S O. because the troop will

in charge of arrangements Miss Frank, the nurse Is on dutyat Caves. Jr. Mrs. R. J. Elliott Mrs. 1 collect magazines to send there EXPERTBARBERING II
Mrs Cameron had been ill for
Redland school from 8:30: to 9.30, Bruce Ennis, Mrs. F. B. Greene 1 It was voted to sell Christmas
months following a fall in '
seven at Homestead from 10 to 11 and at Mrs Frank Bcrnccker Mrs. H O. cards this year. for defend work
which her hip broken
was
Florida City from 11:IS to 12Rudolph Mrs. A. L Horne Mrs The troop Is canning fruits at
She came to Homestead with her ICronwall
I Cosiman, who was appointed , Mrs T. E Kirby Mrs Stillman home !I
husband and four children In 1920
to take the place of Theo. Mrs Fielding Ruff. Mrs Virginia It was voted to make camping
from Vontclair, N. J. She was
J Bleier boys physical education Walton, Mrs Olin Wright. Mrs. C. reservations at Snapper Creak:: for
born Harriet Fox in Newton N. J. HAIRCUT .... ... 40c :ii I
director of the Homestead school Ben Plummer Mrs J Roman Mrs Easter holidays
In 1893 she was married to Mr
is making up his program for the Augustus Wynn. Mrs Adolph Lopez We are working to finish the .: I
Cameron whom she met In New I SHAMPOO 40c
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year ; Miss Mary Jackson Miss Pearl I cycle badge and the following girls
York City while they ware both ,Whitaker and Miss Ellen Huff. [will finish the My-troop badge: i
wurkiag as telegraph operator:, I MASSAGE ........ 40c I
Suzanne Brown.
Anne Rheney
They later moved to Montclair,
TRUCK OWNERSContinued Catherine Shackleford. Barbara i i
where Mr Cameron for
many years I PIPE LINE Ardel and
Horne, Parman Betty =
represented a New York stock exchange I IWe BUSH'SBARBER :
, !I I i .Gatlin. II
firm before
brokerage ( from Page One) I were divided Into patrols' :
corning to Florida to engage in the' I (Continued From Page One)
vote passenger cars will be allowed ,I according to our age .
real estate business
on the roads. Mr Bird said arrivals' so far are Roy L. Miller I The patrols are: Connie Cami- ,
Besides her husband Mrs Cameron lot Jacksonville and Ceo K. Tull :
Residents ------------
the ----
in endangered areas '
leaves three daughters Mrs. of St Petersburg. to be senior Inspectors NOTICE nooses FirTITIOlS SHOP
will be
T W. Cooper of Hollywood, Fla evacuated by truck and bus of construction and Lon- NAME LAW I
Hence the peed for obtaining the NOTICE 18 HLKtHY GIVEN lint the ,
Miss Virginia Cameron of New nie A. McCall of Jacksonville. to undrnlinrd, dietician to tni.r. In fciulnm I I
York City. and Mrs. R. C. Ward of registration of every available under the Irtltloui mm of PINE RIDGE :
be associate of 's
inspector
an construction
truck-whether stake body, flat Inundu to mtour the Mid Hum with the N. KROME AVE.
Homestead: and one grandchild Three more associate Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County '
Grace Scott Cameron of Sarasota body dump, pick-up station Horid. '
inspectors of construction are expected -
wagon or trailer. Blanks for MILES A. NEWTON I .
A son Robert Cameron died five of the vehicles may registration be within the next week: lS.pl. II M. O_Uk V*AAAAAAAAAAAAAa

years ago Chas E. Glover of Springfield.Tenn. .
obtained from Mr Bird -
at the
Miss Virginia Cameron and Mrs ., Morris C. Phillips of Mur-
Bird Chevrolet Co. N. Krome
on
Robert Cameron and her daughter phy, N. C.. and Winnie D. Cundiff DOUBLY SAFE!
Grace came to Homestead for the avenue and Mr Bird urges that Millville. Fla
funeral. all truck owners get in touch O'Q

with him at once i' 4g Drive carefully, of course But

AMPUTATIONContinued FF L L earn protective Auto Insurance

BILLBOARDSContinued NEW CLASSES Q- certainly1! There are form -

ly and amounts!---of Auto Insurance

( from Page One) expressly suited to your

Church officiating Burial was in needs, and pur ( from Page One) (Continued from Page One) Woodlawn Park Cemetery in -freely Fee! free to ask us

advertisement advertising sign or I Mrs Fletcher Bryant Mrs Ansel Miami to1

advertising structure within 15 Barrow Mrs. T. J Walker Jr.. Mr. Bethel who was born ,in Kev'

feet of the outside boundry of the I' Mrs L. T. Proctor Mrs A. M West and later moved to Rock Har-

right of way of any public highway Logan Mrs E. A. Buchanan Mrs bor with his parent. had been a EDWARD SlItIM

; within 100 feet of any Burley Dendy. Mrs. Herbert Turner resident of Homestead since he

1 church school cemetery public I Mrs Henry Brooker Jr.. Mrs. came here three months ago o REALTOR

park reservation or playground! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS work at the pipe treatment plant : A..t I.'n.. .Amerlran'. Cw Alllanr. fl.rldi City fl-vW I
or state or national forest: within i
NAME LAW He leaves his wife. Jane Ola; his
100 feet of any highway interjection -' NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN that thind '
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.do.'r. dnirina to .r.r. m bu.I.
and intersection
or highway railway -
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r the fktltlmi. turn of 81.IV'8 BODY
Certain exceptionsto SHOP Intend to mtiitrr said Ram. with
the setback provisions are madein the Clerk of the Circuit lour at Ddt
County, Florid IMPORTANT TO FARMERS
the ca e of owners of the land. A. R, MFYBEM!
l.ft, It. M Ort S. 10. mil
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Posting of advertising signs'*ith-i
out written permission from the,, NOTICE:-UNDER: FirrifioiiME CONTRACTORS, TRUCK OWNERS, INDUSTRIAL CONCERNSWith

landowner Is prohibited and Mr. > LAW
NOTICB 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that thrundvnliiMd
Hill says it would be helpful ifj;, fc.trini I* Mini In kmlnmun special equipment lust Installed we are now ready to Cap. He-lug or Recall any

owners would discourage the pasting HOTFL*>r the Intend flrtltlno u _nnm..t t.... aid SEMINOLE mm with type or size of lire from the smallest Scooter to the largest Earth Mover. EB3E U the
of signs on their barns or other' the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade
buildings and fences and not permit Cuuntr Florid only tire Shop la South Florida equipped to handle this work promptly and give you

the placing of unsightly and IS, M Ort Bt'RBFtL S. 10. mi J01NFRigfpt first-claM work with least possible delay. V.No .

unsafe billboards on their properties ,
For results use Leader-

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NOTICE sr.ru FICTITIOIaNAME
LAW I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
tonlvn4. dIHnf to ....... In hucin., -
lifer the flrtlllou Him of MODERN I
BEAUTY SHOP lnt nd. to ,..I.t.. the No TIre
MM mm with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Did Count .'Iorl .. 't Tao !
LI'LA W !MEYBEM
(dept l'. M Ort. S. l< 1411 '
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ELECTRIC RUlllUltATOIl I : Small


We don't know -why

grief comes to all of This Service Includes:

us, tut when it does .

14 we need a friendly: IMPLEMENT TIRES TRACTOR CLEATS JICYCLE TIRES -

helping hand. Tur- DUel TIRES INDUSTRIAL SOLID TIRES: MOTORCYCLE. TIRES

ner's is prepared to BUS TOES EARTH.MOVER TIRES WHEELBARROW TIRESTRACTOR .

extend that helping TIRES: GRADER TI1U'.S.AJI1'I.A1U. : TIRES:

hand to you. Turner'shas

built up a reputa- We PayTraMportcrttonChary- Ont Way On Shlpowoto .< M Pound or Over ,


tion for integrity. and Wt ''Art Prepare 'T* Make Or Repair Practically Anything

economical friendly
(EAST service. Mad of Rubber


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14.HR AMBULANCE SERVICE I II EmigI =
KLaR i odetat, rb sate
I Lady Autodial i

81111111th-Graves Furniture Co.is. Phone 171 Homestead i
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Friday September 1'. un THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paste< Three

I"! to attack crow or hawk. Their I Judge Norman \vacation Jon horn all riant"-Ex. I
1 i long i needle-like bill Is a Speaker! I
able wepon. They are the fOrmid'l Is Lions Club Friend: "Did you sleep well in I
i I *" Judge to negro: "Ha'Ou t
SOUTHERN I
est birds In the world the country
Judge Norman Hendrv of the, lawyer?"
size and wing spread the bodies :I New Yorker "WI'II. the first
Dade County Civil Court of Defendant "Nav\. suh We has I
AWILDLBFE of night I couldn't sleep at all. After
some species being no longer Record, bt'fol'Iht' R dI .
speaking tell de tn",1Allanta
that I hired the f-irtnet bur to tended tn
... .. ......... than many insects California I
....
',Io "' . .- .... I land District Lions Club Tuesday; automobile and blots 0, Tw s' BellclGOte. -
-... __ condors have the largest wingspreads sit in m>
\ ;J'.. Y .rM W-Mrrrrni .....,. _.. I night gate i brief outline of the
..
,--.r-NIt.... -..._.-.._,...NrYNMy."... ...-ft.YN 1trlie feet: swans, sometimes probably reaching have the 10 I duties of his rourt.'hlch has "
heaviest bodies jurlcdiction In civil cases arising, fi"rO'IJ cIJJ'W/-{ ..
.
I from personal Injury attachment
Wasn't Fooling! I I Getting Thin
garnishment and other ca e' mf -
The following sign, copied from The young ('('lis ribbon-like mid '
I \' >Kmjj contracts where th<* Sears Pioebuck P and Co.
one posted by an irate farmer has so trnn for years hung In the Austin office rind through its body. than
$100 and not more :
of the Texts Game DepartmentIt Tight SuspicionIn I 1115,000 I II 1 BISCAYnE BOULEVARD AT I3W ST.
occasions so much comment and Scotland it is .considered ,
Members of Lion F1 Oillihoi
for bad luck if a haddock fisherman
produces so many requests I
.. team which won the recent club
copies that it U reproduced here: sees i red-headed ..woman a minister I ,
attendance contest will be guenUof
a lawyer, n cat, or a pig
NOTISITresspassers Lion Chas. Pratt losing team i
when he Is gOing out to sea.
will B percecutedto next Tuesday evening. I
the full extent of 2 mungrel 'I The annual Lions Club old cloth
dogs which never was over sochl- SAFETYPATROt' Ing drive will take place on Oct. 5
ble to strangers & 1 double brl under the direction of the health
shot gun which aint loaded with I (Continued from Page One) I I and welfare committee headed bY'I ARMY ENLISTEE MUST SELL
lOb plllers Dam if I alnt tired Lion R J, Ftllott Details will be
of this hell raisin on my place. Homestead Rotary Club In Legion announced later HIS CAR AT SACRIFICE
I Il I
Insect Dope Hall Wednesday noon I
l The following recipe will scare I, Mr. Wright and Road Patrolman Local Students Active
'skeeters stiff and drive Insects McKeown, veteran traffic 1 officer I Leaders at University PRICE
buggy It is easy to make, having for schools In the unincorporated I I
I only four Ingredients, and lasts ,,areas of the county were presented Dcland, Sept II-Among. the !
i longer than most Insect repellents. on a program bv B M Hmdman,I II I II active lenders of the social schedule
I Castor oil 2 ounces I I principal of the o s at Stetson University this I 1935Ford
e Creosote ",.. ... '" .... 10 drops I II I Florida City schools who OI'lIan.1 I' fall will be two Homestead young I
I OH of Pennyroyal .. S ounce 'i I led his first school boy patrol 14 people Vernon Turner and MI"i iI '
Oil of Cedar 4 ounce I I years ago-only one year from the I Iva DyaTurnl'r.. son of Mr', '
f Mix the above together, shake time the sdfety patrol Idea was I and Mrs George W. Turner. is' : Coupe
well and the dope la ready for use inaugurated. I I vice-president of the local chapter :'
M Tender-hided folks should add Next week's meeting of the Rot of Delta sigma PhI. Miss
more castor oil If the dope stings ary Club will be a ladies night to I D\nl Is a daughter of !Mr and Mr :
their skin. I The held Welnesday evening in i IE J. DMI! and is marshal of Delta'' : Goof running condition, good punt: good tires!

Mall. Fish I Legion Hall' at 7 clock On tin Dell DeltaNEWT.
Cllmblnu : :
I evening of Tuesday, Oct 14, the
Dy means of n modified: sucker ;
like mouth and an apparatus I I Roles ill be hosts at the quartet I I : $130.00
formed by the lower surfaces of I Joint meeting of the Rotary and G. BALL .
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the pelvic fins, .i species I of South : Lions clubs. .
American fish (the loricnrllds of 1I 1----Tor results--use-Leader--- 5 down balance in six payments.
's the Andes) has been observed ascending I I i NOTARY 1'tniIC : $ ,
the vertical stone wallsof Enterprise Clasifi"ddi

j n 21footdeep pothole In nsfl'Mm I .....,',...,...." ..,',........,......"",.."........"".."..".. 11iii- SEE
bed In Santa Rita Creek, ', Fire<<: Insurance and

Colombia' Tiny Tight I I BOTTLED GAS Kindred Lines : MRS. EVA COLLINS :

It might be a small affair, bill ; RANGES IEFRIGFRATORS.
humming/ b rrts aient afraid of o I and WATER: HEATERS s SJ N. Krc.me"t'. : Biscayne Drive and federal Highway, Modrllon

Rood. tiff fight They are ferocoi I. Virgil D. Inn Phone son..f .1 1Ii"

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s I ample supply of fertilizer materials to mainpa which growers are finding gives better

results: in setting pine land tomato
crops
! 1 tam our standard quality of mixtures for
Moss does. This Vegetable llu-
than Pet. !
the con ng >ear. We will also hate a supply : )

i of Chilean) I NOt'n I of Potash and I nf mus contains about? .. per cent Ammonia and I

! I Citrate thus has a plaNt food Value, that| Peat Moss

Soda to supply our customers does not have.


Sulphate of Ammonia! is now on the ROV- Our fall, supply of Tomato Seed is on

ernment priorities lIst and the supply wIlI.he hand and ready for the rwer.Ve also

limited to what the government does not use have, a supply of Insecticides. Copper Sulphate -

for defense purposes. will, be scarce as 90 per cent of the copper -

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! rUE ,I fQ =FLORoiCA -H C H!:L HTS 6i'K, 'I k. *' *.* .*

Publtelwd. .,Ida.. al
kr ,.... South lie... Publl Our
KnUrml a* second Key West
Hank '1. 1912, al the
"-...d. Florida .... Boys in Service
Hank I, 1179. Naval Station

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DEN ARCHER ,.. Has Unique History
_ARJORIC LEACH: Edsel H. Helnleln. son of Mr.
________S..r... < r usfo M A CAMPAIGN and Mrs. Herman Heinleln had the

- "- .--... AGAINST A ATES IN1822_ good fortune to see the Important
members of the historic Roosevelt

te Dada r SUBSCRIPTION...r_-- Churchill meeting, for the entire
o.e.ide of Dada Coa.trAMATEUt party visited his ship the cruiser
Tuscaloosa during the conference.The .
Tuscaloosa Is now doing convoy .
: duty.

By Annie Msyhew
My knitting has I 1IiIIIlIaUIIIII11111111IIllIII! [ IIII1llilllln


Like rather the preacher hard : -. - 20 Years AgoIiihIIIIIIIIiIIIIlUIIIIIIiiIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIA
very fine socks
lie got In the last
fine fit
But one as a helmet GJii .
mitt. yeti Tfca fallowing tfcma are totm _
., ....... .
koMal from III- Ida ..
Or the case of the JI..2Mlr..eRAB .._.... _.11.... ar... is. IMSH .
stopped to ..., the loath Florida Ba>Mr cad
"Don't award Ort. ST. IMI. with fw BoawMud
sleeves In
put y I rye tarfSept. -
as they did of
In the lust war we U. mt

many hard shocks f -lOW I t II financial prospect
When we could not QvEE tf much brighter than heretofore,
sweaters from REATCIRAdr' y wTim" the Homestead and Florida City
I thought I knit THAT L/YES schools opened Monday Sept. 19,
dearie me, /N.ANAPPROPRA7EO* with the largest attendance aver
My family will have known. Over SOO pupils were enrolled
for me.Whatever *f the first day, thirty the following
I knit then HOACC AY 1. and it Is believed between
be game I thirty and forty more will be
To wear It and like It I signed up during the week . .
Its name. \ Miss Alice Mosler of Miami Beach
II I has been added to the high school

x When duty come Few naval stations have a more Inter West was used as an important bag far faculty-"All. . "

your gate eating history than that of KEY WEST patrol vessels and planes. (Redland departments Farm Life of the school
School)
Welcome him inn). for FLORIDA. In 1822, it was first used asa The HERMIT CRAB is one of the most opened Monday . . A total of
him wait, naval base by Commodore.David Porterin interesting of all the crustaceans that ia 218 pupils were enrolled the first
lie will depart only a successful campaign against the pirates habit our shores. Because of its partljn day and others are coming In

more who infested the Caribbean Sea and naked condition it is forced to seek Shellac every day . . The following
And bring seven in the abandoned abode of snails. As ft
the Florida Keys at that time. Throughoutthe teachers hare charge of the school:
your door. I entire period of the War between the grows it is obliged to find a larger shell' Miss Bessie AJoorn Mfes Clw

States, Key West was under the control of and often tries several before it finds one.: Smith, Miss Jessie DeVane Mis/
t,? the Federal Government. In 1898 during to fit. If the desired shell is already occupied Clyde Smith Miss Bernice Pearson,
I the Spanish-American war its strategic by a hermit, there to sure to be a Mr. E. C. Rutledge, Miss Mar-
How Big Is a value was greater than that of any other battle for title to the home. When a suitable guerete Colwallader Miss Selma

If United States port and figured x largely in shell Is found it is critically examined Johns, Miss Gladys Avery and
ness a In person the started 1 ] the successful conclusion of that war. All inside and out, then the abdomen is with.' Mr. I. T. Pearson . . "

billion dollars year capital!1'I of the forces employed in the campaign drawn from the old shell and rapidly dartftg. "Nothing has been done on the

person managed his against Cervera's fleet were based at Key into the new. Narsnja cemetery In so long, thai

poorly that he lost $ : I I West Abe. during the Weald War, Key recently the startling fact was discovered
at the present time that the last burial lot
have enough ready for sale was made use of
capital N..-...-..--u N-N,,,w..,,w"w"I M N --.....-.....- .... ,. ...... .....- last week. A number of public-
original billion tree. That bears out the old statement -
In business, losing f that we are all crazy; It alldepends \ Children in CourtBy spirited men got together Thurs
for almost an CURRENT upon the degree. Mod- day last and a* preliminaries

or until the year eri treatment of these (or ui) unfSpunates Judge Malcolm ItatfleU elected officers. Those chosen

American Banker. COMMENT has resulted In a high --....-.-.....-.-..-- were: president F. H. Whitney;
percentage of recovery. Ohio vice-president, T. B. Cheyney;
fly AGNEW WELSH: A MEASURE FORRECREATIONAL
secretary-treasurer E. M. Horton.
claims a record of S3 1-2 per
Titers b a reason N.NNNNNNMNNNN.NNNNN,1 mEdlurl cent of recoveries for 1940 and : NEEDSA These and F. L. Webster, Seymour
thing under the sun city was brought face to face Dane and Peter Peterson constitute .
Wale .M.. W..... volnHxoiematMiti I during that year 4,200 such patients -
dog chasing a car. a* bin "CoaiMioata- whothor with the problem of controllingthe the director . . "
an it may seem the ahoy a* l. acrooawM .. at .."".... 1 were admitted. recreation of young people In
-"Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Moser
are
with his opinion* > AddroM -.... .....
your pooch dashing their lat teens and early twenties,
MloM k> Ag..wWalsh.. f; being congratulated over the arrival
ing chase to the I have always maintained that for It was discovered that ol11r&e of a daughter who has been
A northern clothier Is advertising
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real, honest work did not kill
sometimes fatal, any- numbers of them were patronizingroad named
MarJorie. The little mill
fall suits at $63: to $133.: Evidently
automobile or l body-that It was the infernal houses and taverns dutside, arrived Thursday last"Ford . . "
he Is courting what usedto
rounded on an grind of poorly-planned work the I thlltyllmlts. After numerous at- Cochran proudly announces
be called "the carriage trade"rather
\\rne\ Itself. useless worry abuot things that.could tempts had been made to Interest
I than that of country edi |I that the stork called at
Way back yonder not be helped, and the bad them In I series of dances sponsored his house Saturday and left a very
of our present day I tors. ..... I eating and high life that wear one I|! by various civic groups, thei i ii young lady . . "
beside some trail down. That Includes of course '!i i entire matter was dropped.It -"Born to Ceo. West Septem..
Labor unions, like some Indivl- '
night clubs and liquor. Take for I Is fortunate that the Influence
community "
ber 0
II a daughter named Lucille.
duals to
j are likely destroy themselves -
wait and watch for I{ by their own prosperity. example the recent statement of|I of the pool room and the beer garden "Charley Martin reports. the
the hoof. And when I Marlene Dietrick: "I am always Is negligible as far as children -, arrival of a boy on September
i At an Ohio plant where some
by, usually at a high I 8.000 munitions makers are em. restless; I never go to bed until I I I under fourteen years old are' . "
am dead tired and get, maybe four 11th"W.
Granddad Fldo I four unions are fighting I, concerned. It Is, however becoming B. Caves better knownas
or five hours sleep. I do not like
the fleeing animal Increasingly evident that such,
'Bunny' and family landed In
the control of the bargaining '
up with his - power. :I even to sit down. Genius has I place exercise a bad Influence on Homestead Sunday from Southern

Habit, they say Is ..a.. i I Its perils. many Individuals approaching California where they hen been
.....
I ter And that goes; Authentic reports from American I their maturity.The I spending the past two years. Bunny
. I' I The Leader-Enterprise I I number of automobiles
as men railways show a 7,000 (yes, a announces drove through in a Ford In twenty
even and three ciphers) per cent : that 64 from that commujmty -[I parked around a city's public dance I'I'I days . . ,
will register at colleges at the road houses
Increase In business for the first' halls or nearby "Mr./and Mrs. J. L. Ishmael
Difficult situation( their fall term. That Is recordof I barometer to indicate
seven months of 1941. a serve a* a I II of Miami ire visiting their old
the character but ... I'I which any locality can well be that such a city Is devoid of whole friends Mr. and Mrs. Edward Staling .
ter, and the I' A contract has been let to build proud dad their parents are the I I some methods of recreation. of Florida City for a few days.
acter Is the aim of class of people to whom I like to Mr. and Mrs. Ishmael were
eight frame theater structures at I amongthe
Cutten, Colgate Camp Blinding part for movies'1 address. my perhaps perfunctory I car with a Florida license whose i iI early settlers in the Home

I and a few for stage shows. They feeble and futile remarks. You I I first figure is a one Is from Dade, stead-Florida City section . . "
The Important thin will seat soldiers. II have a whale of a lot of the up- County This has been a rule of[' -"The marriage of Miss Mar-
have a great aim, 8.700. I and-coming type of people and the I II. I long standing and Is based on Its I Jorie Leach, daughter of Mrs. J.

aptitude and the There Is no need to worry about' number is growing as witness the car rating. I M. Leach of Florida City, to Mr.
arrival of Kit" Carson. .....
attain It.Goethe.In the great loss the car builders will Benjamin Archer, formerly of Key
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suffer from the BO per cent cut for i A St. Petersburg paper states West took place at Grace ChurchIn
I they will build several trucks: for I' ? The heading to a news story In a .that unless the gasoline ban Is I New York on September 6.
the long run a each car k>aoa. The army Is to be local paper reads: "Gray Hair lifted It win cost the treasury of[! They are spending their honey..
what he purposes, '1 completely mechanized. The army Remedy Found But It Produces;,i Florida a lOll of ten million dollars moon in Bridgeport, Conn.. and
himself what he mule Is no more; Instead of hay and Baldness." That's another case of I i) in gas tax this year and next will make their home for the
Hamilton Wright 'oats they will buy gas to rush artillery the remedy being worse. th.'a the .r.a. present in New York City. Mrs.
Into position and transport disease, isn't -It? Russian army surgeons are removing Archer I Ia a sister of Miss Ruby
The V. S. Marines munitions and supplies. ..... I dead soldiers' ears and I Leach and for three year\ was
in Chine alb least I r I More than twelve million dollars noses and grafting them to wound at the head .f the Industrial arts
the puprose of prea Mental science experts they call worth of new automobiles were ,,ed men with these members department In- the Florida State
or protecting themselves! psychiatristssay that sold |In Miami during the year'endin ing. It would be too bad mll'-I' College for Women. Mr. Archer
property Their first ]I out of each 20 of us Is "off bal- [ Sept 1, and 102,093 license fix a blonde nose on a Turkish ills I a graduate of Journalism at
that country woo In "mentally to a IIION or lap .... tag were Issue for the period. A"tare" wouldn't ttt J Columbia University in. *



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Mr. and Mrs J H. Hunts returned I day for Erie. Fkv, after a short stayat
I Tuesday from a three- I FLORIDA CITY I, the F. M. Batchelor home on I
months trip to Arizona and New :Avenue B.
Inland Ground Mexico. By Mrs. W. W. Sever I -
I I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stalling of Z'
I Mr. and Mrs J. O. Murphy and Mr. and Mrs Aaron Gordon and Miami and their sons, Skipper and .:
their two children of Miami are i family of Homestead have movedto Robbie were Sunday visitors of
Homestead spending the week In Homestead the W. H. Perry property on L. C. Aldrich.
with Mrs Murphy's mother. Mrs.J. Avenue A which they recently pur-
U. Free. I chased. I Those who attended the actual:
,conference of the Free Methodist
William T. McConnell Jr., Mr. and Mrs R. E. Sherard left' Carl E. Cribbs of Houston Tex.I Mrs. E. H. Leopold left Wednes. I (Continued on Page Seven)
ha ten connected with the W. D.I I Tuesday for a visit with relativesIn arrived Thursday evening to visit
his former W. A.. Austin,
hat In Gainesville partner
Home Co tot several years and a tour of the I
enrolled at the Embry-Riddle i and Mn Austin at their home In
School of Aviation for a course In Porvenlr.
drafting and design to fit him fort Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ball spent LOCAL HOSPITAL NEWS DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTSAt
place In national defense work. I Sunday with Mr. Balls parents. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sprinkle of
Mr. and Mrs N. G. Ball. Homestead are announcing the
birth of an eight-pound daughter,'
J. T.Godwin leaves thlt morning
for Tifton, Ga, where he will enter Maurice Fain. son of Mr* and Betty Jean. In the James Archer American Legion Bldg., Homestead,
the freshman class at Abraham Mrs. C. N. Fain of Homestead, Smith Hospital Monday. i
everxJFriday Saturday 11 a. m. to 7
Mr. and "Mrs Otha Underwood ,
left
Baldwin Agricultural College Tuesday to enter his freshman I
Glenn will take a special at Stetson University In of Naranja announce the birth of
Kenneth year m. Beginners must bring licensed driver
p.
an eight-pound son in the James
course at the tame college. PeLand. I
Archer Smith Tuesday.
tttl Hospital ;
with them.
Miss Peggy Allen, who suffered I
Mr and Mn. W. A. Kopp have Among the members of the local a broken leg in an automobile''
moved to Homestead from Pensa- Townsend club who attended the accident several weeks ago, underwent -
cola where Mr. Kopp was In the founder's day district meeting in an operation In the hospital \ .
Naval fteserve. Miami Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs Sunday I
,S. F. Matthews J. D. Wysonj,Dave J. Tom Vann who underwentan 1942 ';
I'
Lloyd Win who has been farm- Sullivan, J McLaughlin Gordon operation last week was returned -I
section for several ,McDonald and Jas Duke. I,:-.
Inf .in this 'I'IMrs. to his home Tuesday I
winters arrived last week from ..' Mrs. Monroe Williams and Infant STATE
.
Bedford. Va., to spend the season E. S. Caplinger returned son, born recently, were returned -:
here Mrs Witt. and their daughter home Sunday from Dayton, Ohio to their home Tuesday.Mrs. I
will arrive about the first of ,where she had been visiting her Sally Mobley of Goulds, Driver's LicenseAPPLICATIONS
October.Mr. son Robert, and her mother, Mrs underwent a major operation on I
N. Roth.
Tuesday.
and Mrs. Curtis E. Lee returned - Frank Panno who has been a I
Monday from Montverde Mrs. Burrell Joiner accompaniedher patient for the past week was re-
where they took their daughter, son, King Spear, to Amerlcus, turned to his home yesterday
Carol, to begin her high school Ga., where he will enter South- Chas Turner has been returned, NOW ON SALE
senior western College. to his home la Redland.
year I AI'
iJCC =:=O=: OOOCCO = = =:C == = 0 := CO ;::) i i iI
Miss Elizabeth Skill left Tuesdayfor I
Washington, D. C, where she AMERICAN LEGION AUTO
will enter the University of Mary-
land at College Park Md. The Welding Shop TAG OFFICE

Mrs. Frank B. Rue and Mrs
Maybelle Rue who took ANDMachine
Harvey
Rue to the University of Galnes- Open Daily Year Round Service t,
vlllt returned Friday. So. Krome Ave. Homestead

Works
Mn. B. E. Gatlin and daughter
Betty, who have been vacation
ing In North Carolina and Atlanta
returned to their home here Sat- M

urday. They were accompaniedby :=o= =: oWe e
Dr. Gatlin's brotherinlawand
sister Mr. and Mrs. P. D. c

C Henderson H. Tuell, their and her daughter son, Charles Mrs, have recently installed mod-
Jr. all of Atlanta.
ern machine shop equipment

visited Mrs. Maude Mr. and Hill Mrs of Charlie South Miami Mar capable of handling all kinds of \ M

tin Wednesday and she and Mrs W. machine work. No job too largeor
I. risk were supper guests of Mr.
and Mrs Martin Wednesday night too smalL


Miss Annabell Redd and Miss SMALLConvenient
Marjorie Moter will leave ,1
for Lakeland where they will today en. Power drilling, power cutting,

roll at Florida Southern College shaft turning, thread cutting, c. tai J

John Walton returned Monday and all kinds of lathe work.
from a week-end trip to Savan-

nah. You will find our equipment and Now the small home can be built right from

their Mr.son and John Mrs.,Harvey and Adam Strickland.Bran- workmanship the best. start to finish. It can be well designed. It can

tien South returned to their home In be well constructed. It can include modern
Allapattah Gardens Monday
from a two-week visit In States- Portable welding equipment- conveniences.The .
boro, Ga.John .
electric and acetylene.We .

Hickson left yesterday for small]) home has never been so usable-and
Auburn, Ala., where he will en-
ter' his third year at Alabama weld anything, anywhere. livable. Home financing has never been so
Polytechnic Institute.

Mrs. W B. Hardin and two Steel construction of all kinds. practical for the moderate-income family.

daughters returned Tuesday from
a vacation In Angola Ind, and Marine work.The The down payment may be as low as onetenthof
Bryan, O. G. D. Camber who
I accompanied the property valuation. One loan will
them north remain.
1'ed for a longer visit Mrs. Gam. oocoo take care of the remaining cost of a new home.
bar
suffered a broken rib In an
automobile accident about a Repayment is made in monthly installmentsout

month ago In Toledo. of your income over ample time.


DR.M.A.BERGER Welding Shop
', We will help you to put through your application

Dentist ANDMachine for an F. H. A. loan.


1 Office Hours 8:30-4:30 WorksS. W. D. HORNE CO.

Op*. Ermine by Appointment
FRANK L SKILL, Owner

First National Bank Hardware, Lumber and Building Material
5th Street Phone 536Jf
Krome Ae. at Homeslea FU. rhosw MTJ.jr. .
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: RKW AND TO ENTERTAIN DADE COUNCILOF ,BRIDGE TOtR>.\MENT PARENT-TEACHER ACSOCIATION GIVES
1. TO START OCT. B *

PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS The annual bridge tournament RECEPTION FOR HOIESTE6TEA: HERS

sponsored bv the University Club -

I for Its scholarship fund will extend The opening meeting of the and one-dollar meal tickets will
will be
Council of The committee In charge
11< Dado County
Associations Mrs D E Bishor. Mrs L. H. from Oct. 8 to Oct 30 Mrs Homestead' P T. A.. a reception be on sale In the cafeteria as an
: P.rcnt-Tcrher will B M Hlndman general chairman accommodation to the parents
Oreer Mrs. Clns Hennlngton :for the faculty was held In the
I hold I I ,t< opening! meeting In the Mrs Frank O Hathaway and hat announced Neva King Cooper School Wednesday particularly parents of elementary
school children and that credit
n'dl.'ndchaol on Wednesday. Mm, A. L. Campbell. I Chairmen of the groups are:
evening will not be unless
Sell, 24, lit 10 o'clock Mrs." Herman Helnlcln, Redland'tenm group Mri Frank Webb; ,1 The receiving line formed In for by the given parent arranged
All srhxjl patron In the district president who hat been made mixed group Mri Howard Johnson
the patio and was served
punch Mrs M. F. White. president:,
un ,lulled to attend 'character education chairman of ; mens group Mrs. Julian 11. there
eI announced that all
home room
Phi Red land P T A. will serve (the council attended a board Webster: afternoon groups Mrs I Program numbers
were a piano mothers
attend
are requested to
a I luncheon fur those who attend meeting In Miami Wednesday. .:i I Paul Reynolds and Mrs Hindman. !'solo by Mri Whitney Beam and the meeting of the executive committee -
and
I final game Mrs R J. Elliott
I two vocal solos by \\trl. T. L. on Oct 1.
I
4 MISS WANITA IRENE THOMPSON TO WED j i i Anyone wishing to enter the ,Hodges j I I'I Membership prizes were won
11 ( tournament may do to by contacting At
short business
a
meeting by Mrs W. R. Birdt room and
CORP. BUFORD T. CREEL IN PENSACOLA : one of the group chairmen. 'I which preceded the reception Mri Rudolph Cossmant room. The

} I I.I.I R E. Anderson. cafeteria chair Rev. Geo. H Ricks 13the Invocation -
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j Mi and Mr. Walter A. Thompson Cutler Miss Thompson was B. P. W. C. HOLDS man announced that fiftycentVICTORY1 .

j nr R..dl.ond announcing the graduated from nedland High ,PROGRAM: MEETING I I

i School In 1939 and later from Miami BAT L PROFITS WILL
approaching marriage of their -I' Discussion based on a question ; BE USED BY

Academy of Beauty Culture. I,naire formed the theme of discus- I CLUB IN DEFENSE AND
then daughter. Uiiniln Irene to She la a member of the 4-H Alumnae WELFARE WORK
|sion at night
.I Monday meeting 011 '. .
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Corporal Buford T Creel of the Club. Nor.-inja Chapter of theO ,:the Homestead B. P. W. C. I II I .r -
U S Mai ines. The marriage will E. S. the National Hairdiessers'|I I I Funds cleared\ at the victor B, Caves. Jr., and Mist Pearl
Present Mrs E. A. Fros-' '
were:
tikipi ice Home time over the : Cosmetology Association and the ball which will be given by the : Whitaker selling tickets. Mrs
Cher Mrs J. E. Gnureas .
Mrs. I P
week-end in PensAcola where Cor- McAlliMer Volunteers' I[ Junior Woman's C'ub of Homestead Roberta Harrison; serving at refreshment

poi, ,it I Creel I in stationed Corporal Creel it n ton j of W. 11. McLein Mrs Green Rives Mrs B, : In the Chamber of Commerce j! counter. Mrs Whitney
'A Waldm. Mrs Herbert Katz Mrs.
Mike, Thompson Is a grandd h. Creel of Biigilusa La. He has ear I building on Sent 27. will be Beam Mil Frank Berneckcr Mrs

tir i .of Mr. .,nd Mrs. Chi A. Cost In the marine corps for the past J. F Hamnvtt, Mrs Virgil Lvon used to help purdn.jo woolen Dandy. Mrs Walton Mrs Walker,
Mrs Roy Mrs. Cin
01.111. first! rulers In Silver Palm three years ._ Chandler. blmltetJ! for Red Cross first aid Mrs Bird and Mrs Caves
Unrl Him,",her wits. the first untie Mrs Thompson end Miss Thompson Stewart Mrs Chas. Clinton. Mrs stations throughout the county and!
Ben Archer and Miss Ann Lee
(II,lid l born 'n the district south of :! will lease today for PensacoliMIS : for welfare work that i is being

1 ..........NI.,.N...._' .N.....,....NINI. done by the club In the cnrfnan- 0 'Tir r>K CIRCLE MISTS
. VIT'I MRS. CFO [ESTELL
ty. the executive committee of t -
ALBERT BROWN IS GIVEN BRIDAL The Calendar
I j club Monday M... Cn
Ii decided night. T:" rIIII'tI.. hostess tt .

: SHOWER BY FRIENDS IN FLORIDA CITY) ..............""'......."".......................""."."."*" defense council of Dade Count t i'' Outlook" Circle of the W. S.

I Sept. ID-Meeting of HClmesleadI has requested the club to donate,C. S. of the Homestead Methodist
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1 I Home Demonstration Club in F. F. 'the blankets for emergency use. Church at her home Tuesdny

I ed 'A. clubhouse at 9 30 a. m I Iept Mrs. Jut L. Bird 1 evening A chapter of the book,
president
announced >
., I Present besides those named | $ 22-Dinner meeting of | that Mrs. Virginia Walton. "E'IpJa'lns! the Bible'. w a t
were Mrs Margirrt Kennedy. Mri Junior Woman Club studied
n ,01.1 I riM ," riil shower by m .m- Charles I Clinton I Mrs Chde Nell):! Sept 24-Unl\'erlllty Club I general chairman of the dance his ,
meetIng The next meeting will be heldat
I I.. I the W, W F. C. class of the Mrs W. E. Rovell Mrs R B *t the home of Mrs W. DClr appointed the following committees
the of Muss
home Mnr'bI'lie
} "Ii Ci,'v Church ut II i Chandler Mr Boy S. Chandler : tickets Mi*.
the ), at 8 Q clock. { TefeshmentL Oibbf Oet 20. It
t T on was
Hilf apnounced.
Proctor:, ; -
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f Friday suing:! It Mrs Johnny: Becker, Mrs. BovdCo.t Sept 24-HoUiy Ann night at'' ,1
'I t 1%! ,, A. I B. Greene; dtreruU a t, Hiss! .
: \ i or AVO1 Jicrnoui. Miss Alice Macomber IIrWl Rotary Club at 7 a'clock, j I '
; tninldiie Present Mrs Div \\ 11Ihnw
In, l nrftj: Mrs AUT<11 were: id -
( t Aim HaroldH !MlIIIII'nv: Demcre n i 24 Dorcns] .
Sept. Mating of
t !I, !I' I Thor \\\nn t/Tc*, Olin Wrtzht M** Mrs B M Himim, Mis
or Inc whs "\ lit ,ifl were Mr fi,Class '
Bi Cnnw. Mr. Pi. : Don I Iran Moser Mn L (' D-H 11-(,
( Milan ,I.,, k bhp'hit I Ir use i rv
; ? "e John BoSrcf 1r. Bnirp Th')1 p-1 v. MII '
1 i Sept2R "f n.lhw i 1'i T \.llk1'l' -Vr .Id.nr. I II' L vcs AH '111 rte ind. Hi an .1 1 ?'e,
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OetM:( : t '; I I'roducedfrom I best giad Full 01. Fall Othmbs ,
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u.. cu'c5e.at , Fur dnui mfort of
' CnII' fill' WArgit 'Ill'''(11. 1lJIJ1 home of Otis. W. D C"k n/J ?/.
I b . sprain., bn"c''' *S AtI "c5,a 7 Jw
\ M' mAn, announced that u O.t MeeUna of Epi: '" i i .
I I f, .,irtS I MiC L.*patty will IH nnn by Mis,'C"1WI".1| Auxiliary with'Mrs Ralph Km*' :'

1 i.,. i u ivatiuoi> Mm. D teta and B gyptu. .hfifat man at 3 o'clock. Full// Pound Facial/ems EPSOM/ SALT

011 1(, 'Ian. MiJ T. R'1 started by MM Harvey ( Oct Beginning of Untvti. (

.hf", In' pdality. Mra Frank Mrs Sum J. Davis was made ).silly Club bridge tournament \s sf' \ Extra' retired for better flavor. Quick ft"n

11,111 '*dv; : library Mr. Mary D !I defense olialrmaa i j, Oct. 8.-Mcelin of Homestead fimiv laxative.A ,0IIt"00\I(1. FULL POUND ZOL

Nettle ; hud,srt and finance lira. Tho committee decided to meet B. P. W. C. at 8 p. m. In Chamber I

Hi*' '" \ ,tin: membrhhip this year on the second Tuesdayof of Commerce building '

W M Tu sees room mother every month ut S o'clork. I, Oct. Meeting of Y. W. A al I 1q

D F Bi--ior' ; lofetv C I. Mr.1; I' ;borne of Miss Mabie Ruth Pop" '

f111I, '"' r "und-up airs MIAMI \\. :M. L. DOVRD I Oct. 13-Me,tmg of Mont! I II \ ,. .. .nF..n .l't\'Ve.;(; ; ..o-rIO 7V:
Y Its I '?'t.lkn. 'wpi TO MEET HIRE Tilt'ROB.tT Music Club
,:,' :, :'r, ;rl'I:; :; 'I : Tbo txfcutiv board ,otih W I I I : ; ,: LL SLA VTNf; LOTION 50c

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."" r N.. '<. rcfrr.hiwiti, Mr*. Baptist Church of Homesteadnext SHAVING m'USH .. .. ....... .. 40! *

C'',. Hi, nnKt,.i. home icxnoiiilr- Thursda) afternoon Mrs ( J'l'ette!! Thin

and I m:. '.o i ,i1 trtilnliiR! Mrs F S Frank Irvin president' of the tJJ} i
FOR MEN who want Blades . ...... 10c
Jolt t""I'', L until Mr Id i h ,chcnbcign Homestead \\ M U urt-c ill local -

."I .t HIlP book. Mr Wm l members tc altered the meeting I SMOOTHER SHAVES :Marlin; Blades

RUKeJl.11.1 : ... Katherine Davis -- .-. . .
'f For smooth shaves get 20 fir ...... .. .. 23cKreDzo
is parliamentarian. your at

The offuers arc: Mr Helnkln: .1 GLASSES the RexallingDrag Stare Shaving
Whether It's
president Mri W. II Turner, 101, creams, blades(; or Cream .......... ..... 2oc:
I first vice-president: Mrs Carl F. : -To Keep lotions you get

Robinson, second vice-president; Vi nioTopaotc6 a full value and Launder Shaving

Miss Jewel Turner secretary; I IWp lasUngwaTMlonillimt rmgags. economics values Cream ................ 35c:
at the Ktxall
with Th
Miss Julia Sullivan, corresponding 6z;; Palm Olive
UaterlMa' m thod . DrUg Stort. Shaving
secretary, and Mrs Basher, treasurer aofv comortoM( \ l Cream 2 for 33e
I I I ......

A membership campaign will be I I I AA for .

started Immediately the executive t eOs PUt ASPIRIN Dependable

committee decided at its I Er..teAi wwt 1 :: ...fM. d ftfJlJ11 qUL For relief of discomfort mh.er aches |...|...| 100
opening meeting At the close of I d.esad F =11. fu1 Ife.Ye'swy [ .nd Mint, colds and aches due t* colds JL
the drive reception will be given I a .d gl.s.d I Aloe this quick acting dependable ..,tria. UO
..........- get eeoBosaical, too, A TxfA MWC? S
rwasessiall waves
AIR C'ONnrrlnN&n : Dr. B. F. Stebbins :

OI.Lta ast4TK IN COMFORT ALICE'S BEAUTY Ideal Family Laxative a ... ere
Af_ t .. I P. MCkiUn I
: *. IH Awe.. .... .*.. Set 1 Dr. L. W. Stebbins A big favorite aa a laxative Jn maay
.--.. Ties .> ii IM F'. .. PARLOR families because ao mild and r/intle. Sp.- 390
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ass I 125 W. FUcler St. MIuIII 11-1& IIoCJWP.No ...... ciafiy liked by cblUrtft Pleasant U tako.
Venetian Skating Rink .. I-M1I I AM -. O..rd1..r.S.e effective ,..
I } mw OF FItS atlt' SENNA .
r sees a. w. area .._ MiMi J. 1110;

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Pdav.September 19,1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Seven

......... I pita) u reported lo be alow)y recovering - - --- III

'** i from recent injuries MRS. TAMBLPN REAFTOIVITD


., FLORIDA_......_CITY-,..__....,- I Miss Sarah Kearns; returned Friday pointed Mrs. Edith supply Tamblyn pastor of was Florida reap- II CLASSIFIED ADS ;

t from a twoweek'lBlt In Fort
(Continued on Page Seven) I Pierce. City Free Methodist Church at th* 1 ?

'church in Miami last week were: i Georgia-Florida Free Methodist RATE First Insertion 104 a III*. subsequent Insertion

Mrs. Edith Tamblyn. pastor and |i Mrs. H. M Dfgler went to Key conference week which met in Miami last I 54 a line.

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Jeredean Mrs Augusta .
daughter, West Wednesday for a short \'!sit.B. .
Myer, Mrs. R. Goodlng, Mrs Wm I NflTlrl I'S"'II FHTITIOK

Brooks, Mr. Naomi Dano, Genie r Collier Is III at his home NOTICE IS NAMRIAW HEREBY GIVEN thai the I FOR RENTFOR REAL ESTATE

vleve and Beatice Cline and Eliza. here. .......1...... desiring to enmav In business RENT-4-room newly furnished NOTICE IS HEREBY GI\' that,
and Alfreds Cook. under the flrtlllou. some of ALS SFRV.nam. -
beth IfK STATION I...... to resister rid apartment. Private bath as administrator I am read to
I Mn Fred Barker and: son, Char- with the' Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
bade bottled gas stove Reasonable sell the W. W. Green K'''' t' m
( Florida
Johnny Becker returned Sunda\ lle left Monday for a visit In Key .aunty W. W. HASTINGS rate. C. H. Lawrence 102 N. Krome Road. consisting approximately -

evening from Pocomoke City, Md. West 1 Bop,. It. U. CM I. 10. 1"1|
W. let St. (A22-tf) 14 acres All parties
where he has been employed.Mrs. .
Interested in or desiring In bid
Special services were held at the FOR RENT-Two-bedroom apartment on this land will plea"t. MX. meat
Selma MatKnn left for Buimingham ". Free Methodist 1b all electric furnished 5
Church Sunday by Waj 1 I once. Don F Fen, \ i 1.1 Administrator ,

Ala.. Sunday for a one- the Rev Gladys Carter of Mi.uniNOTIIB I minutes drive from Homestead, I of the t'.1.11..I ur( w. i iI '
week visit with her daughter, Miss -.- _. -- Federal highway & Bicn: '
> nedrive .
fMEB FICTITIOUS to health W. Green deceased. u, .l- I i
NAME:
Ingeborg Mattson. I AW ,4 I Mixtclto Mrs Eva Col- I

TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN : lins. I For Prompt Act,,,i,
Notice U hereby Olson that the Ion H..r. I
Jimmy Scha.lern returned to shined, pinuant the "Fi.tiIi.o. Nnm. II List Your Property With

MacDill Field. Tampa after a visit fit.I lU,' Hoa.e'I1I, Ni 1175 Charter S:. I ton SALEFOR A. C. Baume, A'oonll I u
2'6'" I..... "f FI..,Ids. Kill willdater I
hit Mrs J. K. Warren Lehman Rc'.01I"
with grand-mother, with the Clerk .f the Carr ,Ill, -" 11 "
Scott.V. and for fad I'"unty. Florida. upon rrrrlnt SALE 1931 Chevrolet 2302 Ponce de Leon. ('ol.oIl.bl.I ..
of proof ..f the publication "( thlnollr .
Coupe good vilue Overseas ( l p ;;- 19)
/ *. lao flltlui namit,>-..ll i
DL Wells who returned to hii HoMESTEAD HHIARF: CO. ands Motor Co.. Ford dealer, Homestead
...hkh I .. "' NEAR HOMESTEAD .ureiT
am savaged In biulnru ml n mbr r' !
home this week from a Miami hos- ,. .. IIIIIW'I III llli' (..19.I
a. South Ii. -
mmtrad. rlorlJl Avenue. In the City ol 'I't, !;, \ \1 I 'I I half glade some fruit I trrr nice

NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR That the party Interested In lAid business I FOR SALE- F 12 tractor and I shade small house, rr<"nctit coned
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TAX DEED-File H.11 .,p. la a> fullc : cultivator, reconditioned since I I and pointed electric will bathtub
Hat to ......, .l.en that The Main"1', I 1 J. (1 "" 'SN. owner ONE ADJUSTMENT 1
Contnaar. holder .. ...I.n.. of FverrUd. Dated In H.......*. Pad County. t..... March. Virgil Sprinkle Naran.ja and inside toilet, srptu kink,
Drainage DlitHrl Tax Ortlflriu Num Id.. August JPIh mil ( CONVINCESThe rd. and Coconut Palm dr water system ready to br connected -
Implied S BT, dated the din of August Don K Fvrrvyra. AttnrnryiSrpt. .
A. 0 : baa-llled: doC' 'I. In I I .. H. III;: \t""*:! ba.:.S:..1941. reason Chiropractic obtains (p. 19)) garage l'rlcr'
*T efflr.. mad application far 15 ACRES-includes S arrts fruit
tai dried to Y..dthen... In aeeordanre with IN COIATT il DCF 'Ot'RT quick results is because It goes CARPENTER TOOLS Completeset
tow. 8>M Certlflrato ...b.._ the f..How. DMV f....,. rlorida directly to the seat of distress trees (230 Valencia Oranges. 138
lag deerrlhed property. .Itoated In Did' No HifltRr cheap. Cottage rear Mc- miscellaneous) enclosed with
County Florid. to-wlti Estate of Charles W. H.... D<>mi. l. A single adjustment Is frequentlyall I Crory.
(ps28)JOHV ) $250 fence 10 I la ,
*. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO M tEE : acres scarified
Lolo I 14 and It. Rlk I. Rnunnelllea that Is necensar 'You will
Park. Plat Mob t. !>.* "I). I..h I APPLICATION FOR FINAL P1RCHARCF ) with 290 holes blasted for lire,
node County Plot. of FlnrMalw Notice li hereby glen, that I ha\r fllrd be amazed at how your system DEERE Mowing Machine-
The .._....n. .f odd pr...rte r.4 my final report and prill Inn f.)r Final Dlirhan will respond how much better In usable condition. $2900 I 10 wells; neat cottage lathed and
a. Administrator f the .... of you
mid Certlflrat ..nod ... I. p> plastered toilet and shouei. $1tO
of Ellaihetli Barker. llnlew rid Onfn (harln W. fops. ifnmffi and that on will feel after undergoing your Overseas Motor Co., Ford dealer I
the Sfth dar of Elrpomhrr, mil Rill| spot' Homestead garage: nice; drive ti house lund..capt'd .
ate shill 1 be redeemed .
awwdlnr to l.w Is' first adjustment. Make an ap- (s 1-rf)
deed tone W the Honorable W r Illanton County with and vinesOwners
will thereon on th. 2nd dar 0'OMohr plants ,
Judge of Dade lounty Florldi for
,. .p. pointment now.
A. D. 141 pnnal of laid f nil: report and for final 1937 FORD 'j-ton pick-up truck: valuation $<,-8 Will
Baud thli lath .
day or Srntrnibrr A. P
1.41. dl..h.... ai Ad ImlnUtratnr of the .tat<- ofCharlra HOURS price reasonable I Oversee take $3000 wants all rash
W. .
Hope deeeawd.This
dwelt E.Court R LFATHFRMAV. Dad n..iof !.lh day nf Ai>u.t Ion Motor Co., Ford dealer Homestead J28 ACRES-includes i 10( ,ICs- deep
Countir Florldm
(Circuit Court Stall IRA c. HANCOCK 11:38 to 12; J to 4:30; 6 to S (s 1-tf) glade that will grow potatoes 10
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Administrator of the V; if Chu WHop
PIT N C HTFRRFTT D CIt I I !' acres hallow glade. 6 .irn". high
-flrt -tl -Ort-.-. 10 17. 1011.NOTICE , ( 21. tort. >. *li IVreaRodAuj II :1. IH4I.I Tuesda: $30 to K; t to 6:3$ FOR SALE-FordFon rear ax:e. I pine land: 4-room house 111 poor

NAME 1''R: lAW pirrmoTi NOTICE-KnFR: FICTITIOUS Sundays by Appointment tractor, trailer plow, double I repair. electric light. "n blood

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lint tl., NAME LA* dick. honey extractor. honey Jars highacan: be made \cl \ at-
....... NOTICE W MFKrllCIXFS that I1under. Call first of II
week. P.
undrrained deilrinff In Andrea-
to
".lno"
., .. .. . tnctne Price rent aced
ands the fletltlni unH. dMlrlni t ., In hnrii l. from
name Intend'"fHOMFMTAlHABERPASHFRY tnam. r.nl.t.r.niI, under the fl.titimo4 na-n ".t H r.trad >.. Dr. R. J. Elliott son Cooper rd. (ps 22)) 42: .100 to $1.700 and i w ell \I rth
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with Uw Clerk 0' the 1.o"lt r"ur Ru of Dodo C....,. FlnrMi. the sold name with the Chris "f the C,r. FOR SALE-Daby guinea*-3 it.
K. W W1TTKOP nit Court "f Pad C"unty. M.,rid.HAIHiHn McCrory Arcade months old. SOc eich Heler I H. A CAMERON
C TAMr>
(StpL it, ze on E.i.A.10 BUCHANAN mi ,Sept 12 IH 21 0 t. I. 1 'tlr Phone 261.WHOMESTED I Whiting Ferreyr. Roberts road Phone 72 II""\<".I.'idi t1
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-- : : I FLORIDA Juit north of Avocado drive i 1,28):
NOTICE I NHFRFlrTITlOtS
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NAMPIAW: Leonard >\ Ila.kinMGLASSES WAD 30 acres with nice h."nn.. lime,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint the Dr. ............................II.... I
.drnol..rd. desiring to ...... In b..lo... PAPAYAS. :5c a pound. Mrs. Keitl: oranges atoradoUII located' ,
ender the flrtitlniia namra of KING HIGH I $20,000.00.
WAY RFRV1CE STATION and 7FKF Jackson 115 S W. 2nd USED CARS Intend I,, ,..1..., mid n.m,. I P a l.lltlnc and I" In Rrpalrlri Rsu.Mutlen.Filling at I E I (mld-U 60 acres pine land $720.00 l'a.I.
Docs Your e
County with the. Florida clerk of the Circuit Court of Bode list N. R. rim M. MI.", .. Via Car Hate 31 acres at $25.00 per a<'rr. llrarl

OPEC H. MARTIN Completely Air Conditioned FUN MLtL iKpfvui UIKIIU ui of the Redlands.

MARGARET MARTIN hL '...rnl..t T.... ..Ak Any of : rus trees and troptcai fruit lieRsn 40 acre near llomestrna fl.7r 0.00,
(Sept. II. tl Oct I. 10. 10411 I
: > Jangle Grove Redlar, Nice pUce and two houses si ullrr

roof and Plummet drives. 3.5110.00.

Thee! Faults I Down town buslnrsi prnprrty.nice .

: LOANS I rlnht.

1 1 1 20 acres nice home. nix arms oft

LOANS TO BUILD MODcRVIZt: : HI kept limes $6.500.00.

WANTEDAn : II REPAIR Risdrntml Grove 20 acres high pine land <730.00.

Lacks Power and Sprrd and Business Property 3 bedroom homo, two loin $1 001)).00.

From $30 to $5,COO-from 6 mo. tiS 2 bedroom home, one lot 200000.
Hard lo Stuff
years.No : Cuh.

Ises Too Much Gas? I Down Payment-No Red Tar ,,20 arm nix acres stmadn trees.

SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS $5.500.00.BENJAM11V.

executive secretary by the Red- Vibrates or runs rough? $200 for 36 mo.-Repay $8.39 mo I I WARREN100019

: S5flO for 36 mo.-Repay $15.97 mo I I Reg Broker

Sluggish and No Pep SI.500 for 60 mo.-Repay $32M
V. Kromee.
land District Chamber of Com mo (ps5)WANTKD llomenlead Ma,

Ask for FREEP! Estimates

from October 1 19-11 to April Without Obligation
merce LOANS can be secured to Mcdtrn
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Drive Into our garage and 2 Ize and Repair LEASED OB (' WANTED: Rrpreunt\ in look;

1 1942. will please furnish MORTGAGED Property I I'I alter our magazine 11,", iption
Applicants have the engine SCIEN- We also have FHA LOANS tot I I interests In Hume .orl I ,1Dd, \ I-
New Homes. payable! :
month
TIFlCULTESTED c nitv Every faml"(1 hers

references state experience with over 20-25 years uh..rptlfn'; : HunH of I, ..r riolI -
Let supply DL'ILDINrIvEEDS
our new SUN )MOTOR us your I I tar_ are spent for th 'Ili ,'.11 I Ii fall
!: Pioinpt Service
find '\'.ntcr In this v u'''"t \ In-
qualifications and amount of sal- TESTER and see for yonjr- : BROOK Kit: LUMBER CO. ttru-tlon and rquii'nn'nt 1 free

Phone 62: homestead Fla ,
self what Is needed to put Guaranteed lowest r t- -"i) ill

-- periodicals, domesti,' ,.Inti 1 foreign -
ary expected. Address applications It In flnt class operating M1TII TAX': or nmi APPLICATION>>-nir inNi ..' FOR Represent the oldest

'lee ,. hereby ilvea that Mottle W
i condition.PnstonBBirdNotorCo.. M,. re. holder I so ........ nf Illy of II'alrih magazine agency In tin United
President.P. : Ta> Crrtltkale Nnmbennl. full. dated the States Start a grnwlni and
to Edward Stiling, : ..h day of July A, D. IMS haa filed aald permanent business In whole or
Certlfuat* I* aiy office. and has made applleatloa '
. fir tax deed .. ta ue thereon In spare time. Address MOORE-/
I......,.... with I... Said ('.rtlli.... COTTRELL Inc. Naples Road
0. Drawer A Florida City, Fla. i South Krome Ave. Ph. IIi = hearse the f.llowln.de.erihed ....,.rt,. .. ,
I Rated I. Dade C.....,. FI.Id.. uewil : North Cohocton, New York

:i OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY i ...Lot.. In 14.the Block City of 10.1 Hlaleah Hoaloah County sixth of Hade Adal (Isl9-28),

: Sate of ,.........
: : I Ta* anemnent .f told soda.it. rUTURJNG WANTED: nigh
I.11..11............................ .14 ('...111..... /weed wu reverty I" the .m. school and grade school subjects
.f V.k...... ,'._ rid C.rt.firae short
/ be ........... sw.wdia to .... tax 19-41 Mrs. H. J. Armstrong. A. D,
will how, IMtw,. .a the 21. day of CIItnhr Plummer drive and Country
,. A. D. 1011.
Do You HaveAFURNITUREPROBLEM :DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST noted this Ikb day of ......... A. D. Club road
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| E. LCATflFRMAK. Clerk C<>unlP. Fl rMa. l..wtt ,
? ; ef Consult: Court. 0.. Comity, Fk.rlda. lot S. Hindi 4. Tamtaxl r_. flat
,ImM Court CeaJlMy Book 14. fan IS. I* the Cke "f Mum,
; ffleiJionmiIa.as.toIP.sa: N. c snitirrr D c. .inty nf 0.6m. SUM of Fl..rMa.
We will 1ae glad to help you solve it, whether it .!lop\. I.. M 0111. s. 10. IT. IM1I The aMwwnt <4 old nmperty .Base
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1 f 11 the conu. Issued was In the mmm* oflI.k.
dimdays U
concerns the whole house or an occasional: piece. : ; NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR ...... Untaa mat Cenlflr... shall
closed Saturdays := TAX niHO-rUe l .>4Nrtlre be deMied aenrdtn k taw. lea dead
1 la ......" Olives that Enel O. lad Will k... tker' .,. M the "" .ih day of (to.ker .
Nary Lnril Day ....... M aantaeea nf A. D 1K1Dalrd .
Smith-Graves Furniture Co. Free Parking Space :i CRt of Miami Tat aerUff.l. Nomhrrrdt this. 'II day of ...._..... A. D.
..7S. dated the Mi day of Juno, A. D1M1 IS4L
'i h.. fled uid Cenlflraw I* my ftSlee C. B. tATHFItM TlerkClmlt
174 N IT. J.Tn ST. MIAMI and haw undo apaHeatloi fur u. ('...... I'avfc. Cxtmy fbrkla.Clmit .
Phone 248-J Homestead I: PilOSE l-tlll !: I deed to bar tneroml !. aec r alle* with ( Cmrt S aJi
. law Said Cortlfwau _b_, the fob By L, t fARKFR. .
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t Pare Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday.-fifptanber 19.194

r I MRS. BETHEA IS RE-ELECTED HEAD OF I II PAUL REYNOLDS GIVES



{ I Social Events .1.1I I M,.. W. W.PRINCETON Betbea wa reelected -DEMONSTRATION_-meeting. CLUB employee HAMBURGER Paul Reynolds of the FRY Ice entertained plant and the t''

i j 'president ofhi Princeton Miss Eunice Grady, county home wives at a hamburger try at t)

Home Demonstration Club at a demonstration agent, will be present -, plant Tuesday evening.
[ at the next ,meeting Sept. 30, Present beside ,Mr. and Mi
meeting of th club Friday after
at the borne of Mn. Bitting to Reynolds were: Mr, and Mrs. Roi
i MR. AND :MRS. HERMAN HEINLEIN GIVEN noon at the home of Mn. J. L. discuss plan for the :year' work' ert Lance, Mr ..and Mn. H. <

I PARTY FOR P. T. A. EXECUTIVE BOARD Murray in Princeton. Mrs: Walter it was announced. Greer Mr. and Mn. Ed. Tlsda:
Present were; Mn. B. D. Smith.
Peterson wa*'re-elected secretaryand i Mr, and Mrs. Gene Bordeao, M
Mrs. P. W Hendrix; tin.'P. S. and Mrs. Lloyd King, Mr, and Mi
PI Mr. Md Mr. Herman Heinleln set H. Heinlein Mn. Chas. Hen. Mia Jean Coldren, reelected i Stapleton. Mrs R U Scott Mn.i W. A. Shuler, Mr. and Mr. Palm,

entertained member of the Red- nington, Mill Marie Baahor, Miss treasurer. i A. W. McVicker, Mn. Ted Stadig,i Peeples, Mr.'and Mn. Joe'Belli<
I Bertha Flagg, Miss Kathleen New officer are: Mrs. Ray 1 Mrs. J. L. Murray, Mrs. Roy Wit- and Mr. and Mrs, Wilson Crosby.

\ land P.-T.A. executive committee Campbell, Miss Kathleen Wagner, Schneider, vice-president; Mn. tenwyler, Mrs. R. L. Hobson, Mn. I
and their families Sunday at a Miss Rosemary Hennington, Miss Russell Hamms council representative John M. i Brown Mrs Olin Edwards -I

j fish fry and covered dish lunch-I Mary Warden Rosemary and ; and Mn. Ben Bitting, statistical Mn. Hamms, Mn. Peterson :
\ eon at Miami Beach. This ii the Phyllis Burk, Myra Jane Bashor secretary.A Mr*. Schneider and Mrs. I i :;
and Bruce Wagner, Pat
Marilyn Murray.
? miscellaneous shower for
second this I 1
party given summer
!j J ricia Heinlein, Francis and Richard
Mn. Schneider wa given after the
by Mr. and Mn. Heinlein for the Ik'othero, Billy. Jack and Hick I Ii 1 11 I ; :
committee. Campbell and Billy and Bobby --
'CLEANERS PLANSMEMBERSHIP I II
( Present were: Mr. and MM. Snyder.

Clarence Gray Mr. and Mrs. C. '' : DRIVE I I APPLY FOR YOUR
JOIIV WIIICIIARD GIVENANNIVERSARY
I Plans for membership drive of
L. Coley, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pro-
!
( DINNER the Gleaners class of the First
D. N. 1 1I I
thero. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder I
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagner Mr. 1 I John Whichard was given a |I Baptist Church of Homesteadwere : .
made at a meeting of the
J and Mrs. D. E. Bashor. Mr. birthday dinner Tuesday by his I 1942Driver's
RU.p' class Tuesday at the home of Mr. ,
( MM. Hugo Vihlon Mrs. Wm. I brother-in-law and liter, Mr. and i
Russell Horne Mn. Horne
} sell Mrs. A M. Snyder, :Mrs. A. Mrs. Bevo Webb, at their home on-l where I i
and Mr*. A. L. Lanier were host-
.
L. Campbell Mr* Mae Kings highway.
? camPbel1'l' esses. Mrs. A. A. Bnssey and Mr*. : '
Mrs. Ida Eichenberger. Covers were laid for: Dr. and
M. A. will serve a* team
I Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mr. and Mn. captain i fur the drive.A I I: Licenseat
.t ]PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY Frank Webb, Mr. and Mn. Which- farewell gift was presented'
ard Mrs W. B. Mills, Frank Haul-
fLANS LOYALTY SERVICEPlans ,
Mn. W. B. Caves, Jr., the president -
for a loyalty service of man and the host and hostess. who plans to move to Georgia 1 1I.

,: the Homestead Presbyterian early next month.Announcement '
Church to be given by the Woman's DISTRICT MANAGER TALKS was made that I I

I Auxiliary and the Men's Club on WOODMEN'S CIRCLE the next meeting will be held Oct.

Sept. 28 were made at a meetingof Mrs. Katherine Richardson of 20 at the home of Mrs. Ja Roberts -i i JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICEOdd
the 11 at the
auxiliary Sept Coconut Grove, Woodmen'. Circle and Mn. Roberts and
: church. The service which will Murphy will be hostesses. M..1.
district manager, gave a report -
take the place of the regular Present were: Mr*. Gordon Ivey. !
the recent district Fellows
on convention
) church service at 11 o'clock, will I I In South Bay at a meetingof -I Mrs. S. L. West, Mr*. Orlando Building:
be given In all churches In the
Royal Poinciana Grove Sept. 11 Wallom, Mn. Labon K. Bishop,I HOMESTEAD, FLA.
Presbytery on that day. at the home of Mn. W. D. Coker. Mn. Dexter Horne, Mr*. Caves,
Mrs. J. M. Holferty conducted Mn. Bussey, Mr*. Murphy, Mr.
; Mn. Richardson was made an Open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
a program "Loyalty ao Prayer. .
] honorary member of the local Lanier and Mrs. Horne.USn"USIIT
Mn. Geo. D. Ruehele president.
presided. lodge. Mr*. Geneva Curl wa appointed All persons holding '41 license moat renew by Oct. 1. or
I CLUB
m Other present were: Mn. T. L. I It I ',"anclallecretal'). stand road teat and penalty. If yea hare te take test .
Hodges, Mn. M. M. Black Mrs. | The circle decided to meet on the TO MEET SEPT. 24 yea can ret It IB Miami In front of police station any day
Carl r. Robinson, Mn. R. E.:Trotj i j i first end the third Thursday of I The University Club will hold In the week.MAY.
month instead of on the sec- it* tint meeting this season on
ter, Mn. Geo. M. Frick, Mn. Jot. Inch
and fourth Thursdays. The' Sept. 24 at the home of the president -
Higgins, Mrs R. C. Jackson, Mn. I
Paul Haley, Mn. Glenn Bule, Mn. I I next meeting will be held Oct. 2 Mrs. W. R. Bird, at 8 o'clock.
J. I at the home of Mrs. Coker, it was
A. Ricks, Mn. N. Van Geldren, '
Mrs. Frank a. Hathaway, Mn. C. I I announced.
Present were: Mn. T. Martin
j Ben Plummer, Mn. R. Y. Burr.
Mr. R. L. Godwin, Mrs. Florence
Mrs. A. F. Darling and Mrs. Joel ;
I Pacettl, Mn. Eleanor Hansen of: I
J. ftW
i I Robinson. I I
I I Coconut Grove, Mrs. Curl and Mrs.
1j .Coker. I
j JUNIOR CLUB DINNER: -
t TO BE HELD ON MONDAYA I : I
: dinner of Junior LEGION AUXILIARY WILL
meeting the Ii
\ Woman's Club will be held at Tap ENTERTAIN COUNCIL OCT. 1 I 1 1I

1 awingo Inn Monday night at 8 I I Plans for the meeting of the

,I o'clock. Members who cannot Dade County Council of Legion BENIGHT
attend are asked to notify one of Auxiliaries to be held In Homestead -
j the hostesses Mn. Virginia Walton, I I the last of October will be

Mrs. T. J. Walker or Mn. Frank made at a meeting of the local
Eemecker.I I I legion Auxiliary on Oct. 1. THE !

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