Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00509
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: September 26, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00509
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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their the Tlorlda's EADERNTERPRISE Serving Redland i,

the Pioneer Weekly Tabloid E District 1912Mrs. Since

:VoOO-No. Homestead, Florida Friday September 26, 1911 Trice 5 (('ntBeauties


Uon Inter Uri Mr. of Redland DistrictTo

Compete for Air Queen Title :

I I Lieut.- Sawyer Becomes I IWINNER TO APPEAR IN NEWS

This Paper's- Navy Editor''r FILMS AND STILL PHOTOS .

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I Last Scheduled Game First Eliminations Slated

TOCIVEDATA To Be Played SundayWhat I For Night of Oct. 4 in

I I i Legion Park

la supposed to be the last !,
ON TRAININGSays game of the second half of the FINAL JUDGING AT
Dade County Amateur baseball
league will be played between<
Homestead and the Navy at theOpaLocka
New Warships Did field nt 3 o'clock Sunday For First Time Locally,

Away With Navy ,!' !Merit, Not Votes to
Waiting List The game last Sunday was rain- Decide ContestA
ed out j

If Homestead winner of the first
DRAFTEDTO whirlwind contest for selection -
half wins the it'will
game Sunday of "Mlsa Redland District,
be champion of the season; if' .
Queen of the-Air" represent .
it loses it will be tied for first I '
'this area in advance publicity pictures -
Earnings Up to $126 Per I place with South Miami and aplayoff
for the Ninty-Nlnera (women -
- Month Possible After At the Victory Ball of the Junior make' the dance a success will be necessary. pilots' organization) airplane

Taking Courses Woman's Club tomorrow night tested by the picture above whichf race and treasure hunt at Home
shows chairmen of various commlttees -, stead next January has been un.
in the Redland District Chamber o
in a huddle making final| P. B. BIRD
Commerce building V's and trhee-' CALLS dertaken jointly by the Junior
co-ordirlatlon of plans. In the! ,
Co-operating with the United dota-and-a-dash will be prominentin Woman's Club of Homestead, the
State Navy in picture are, left to right: Mrs. Vlr-'!
an recruiting the red and white decoritlona. Homestead Rotary Club and the
campaign and acting on Lights will be of the same colors. jginla Walton general chairman;< HEADS;,Redland District Lions Club.
the suggestion of Secretary of the I 'Mrs. P B. Greene, refreshment' Rules formulated at a meetingof
Navy' Knox, the Leader-Enterprise I Tile doors will open at nine and chairman; Mrs L. T. Proctor advertising ,TO MEETING OCT. 1 I committees: of these organlca-
tiai obtained the volunteer Mr- dancing will be started at 10. I and ticket chairman: and tions Wednesday Include:
vice of Lieut. W. L. Sawyer ai That no stone has been left un- Miss Geraldine Reitz, decorations I
Navy editor. turned by the Junior .Club to I chairman -I 1. Contestants mud be between -
,DISASTER RELIEF - the ages of IS and 25 and
A* Navy editor of the Leader- Chairman of subcommitteesof unmarried.
Enterprise: Lieut. Sawyer, who li: 1942 CHEVROLET Local Fruits Given the South Dade section of the
resident naval officer In chargeof ; Duke and DuchessAt II Red Cross Disaster Relief Committee -' 2. They must enter from one of
construction of the Key West, I the communities In the Rf din nil I
I and local members of the
aqueduct, will assist In giving ambitious -i GOES ON DISPLAY Miami ReceptionRare I,Dude County Defense Council are District, namely: Homestead
local young men Informa- ;I Florida City Rcdland, Silver Palm,
:requested by Preston B. Bird,
tropical fruits collectedby Princeton Naranja, Goulds, Tcl- I
about the opportunities the South Dade Disaster Relief chair- ,
"two-ocean navy" offers them! THIS MORNING the Subtropical Experiment I man. to meet Wednesday night i I en-Perrlne I

for technical training and advancement station Station staff from tree on the 'Oft 1. at < o'clock in the offices'of !', S. Entry application, must "lx
as they serve their grounds were presented the Preston B. Bird Motor Co filed with either one of the Homestead -
country In Its emerency.Because I The new 1942 Chevrolet will goon I to the duke and duchess of ,on S. Krome avenue newspapers or with any
It Ii most Importantthat Windsor by garden club of the I I
display In the show rooms of South Da tie's sub-committees. .member of the sponsoring mint
for greater Miami area at the reception :
men accepted service in
the United States Navy be temperamentally i Bird Chevrolet Co. today. 1 given for the former Brltbh 'I,Mr. Bird said, are: survey rescue. ,committee by noon of Thursrtnv
a't.2. Members of the joint committee
i food nnd
New massiveness, contributingto verelchn and hU American purchasing clothing :
fitted as well as. -
: Junior Woman' Hub
-helter, are
the smartest designed born wife In the : medical aid registrationand
otherwise qualified for this branchof styling ever Colonial information, transportation, I'-Miss Pearl Whltaker. Mrs E A
the country's armed forces, the for the nation's No. 1 sales Hotel Tuesday. Buchanan and Miss Geraldine
communications marine rescue,
draft, or the selective service,volume motor car, characterizes The blmom sheaf of a coco ,I,'Reit: RotnrClub-Stanley Wltt-
I finance public Information and <
Is never used to supply men for.the Chevrolet offering for 1942.1 t plnmma was used a* t basket 'audit. kop, Dr. E. M. Andersen, and Adrian
the navy, Lieut. Sawyer points'I according to company engineers In which the fruit was arrang |I Jacobs; Lions Club-Ch
'The new car Is presented In three' ed.S. i Air Bird particularly urged that 'I Pratt, R. E. Edwards and W. ('
out.Up untila few months ago, the lines ranging from an e i J. Lynch assistant hortlrulturUt . members of the disaster committee had unusual I of the Subtropical Experiment ; representing the various community
navy always a long waitinglist I model that Incorporates i will
I Semi-final eliminations
of applicants for enlistment, refinements to a luxury line surpassing { Station, said that theI attend the meeting next 4
be held in Legion park at 0 p. m
(Continued on Page Seven) all previous presentations station U being called on more Wednesday night In order that
I and more to furnish rare and iexotle they may organize their communities Saturday, Oct. 4. Final judging
j frnlta typical of this dlstrlrt properly and quickly and be will take place at a dance to be
I Lions Club to Conduct Its Annual jI for visiting notable In 311.amt. |ready to function with a minimumof sponsored by the junior club in

notice (Continued on Page Nine)
Clothing Drive on Sunday, Oct. 5':

That old dres of Mom's, those left fortunate would be only too I Extend Bauer Drive
old trousers of Dad' end those glad to have It. Across Glade Gap MISS REDLAND DISTRICT, QUEEN OF

=hoes and clothes the kids have Redland District Lions, assistedby THE AIR
Ikutgrown which are taking up Boy Scouts from Homesteadand Extension of Bauer drive across<<
t pace and not belna worn can be Redland, pick up this discarded the glade from Farm Life road t*
put to good use. Just bundle clothing and turn It over to the Klngman crossover was Entry BlankI
them vp and t member of the P. T. A.'. to be distributed where last week by county road started I

Red3a td District Lions Club will needed. County Commissioner J. D. Redd I hereby enter as a candidate and promise to
Van for them Sunday afternoon, Several thousand articles have I said last night that the crew working abide by rules of the contest
Oct .. been collected during previous I on the widening of East CAmp-
._ Ai annual activity of the Lions drives and the committee: looks 1 bell drive to the county airport
Club, the drive this year will be forward to its most successful 1 hoped to begin grading and oiling
(conducted by the health and welfare drive hit year. I shortly. When completed the Signature .........................................._...................._,

committee of which Lon R. The entire district will be I section of Campbell drive from

_. J. felllott Is chairman. thoroughly nnvasaed. Airy resident I Homestead to the airport will Town or Community ..............................................
Lion Elliott pointed out that who will not be at home is I have I paved width of 20 feet and
MMh of the clothing people have requested to leave his bundle, mbstant' aid shoulders !-
generous I Mail Address .. ........................... ..
outgrown or become tired of is marked A ions Club" on the porch alone the right of way of 79 ................ ....... .. .
atilt wearable, and that someone I or in some place readily seen. I Feet I

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Phone. 67 _..-,.- We-__,.Deliver_.... _._... .. L._.___'__'W._.""""""__
New Anti-Sneeze SPECIAL I
Large 21c I'Maynard Best MeatsLOIN
RINSO --- ----
Regular,2 for.19c I II Cochran II
I I and T-BONE

Silver Dust 25c :.SALAD DRESSING 31cFine qt. :I STEAKS, lb. 25cFANCY

Towel in Every Package BEEFChuck

LUX SOAP, 4 for 2Ie : Granulated Sugar 27c 5 Ibs. Roast, lb. 29c

LIFE BUOYSOAP2 Breakfast Bacon 30c
M.J.B. lb.
4 bars 21c
Lge---------25c I PURELardb. I COUNTRY ROLL LB.
Lux Flakes Med. .u.h 10c I -i BUTTER __ 39C
FAIRYSOAP,4barsl6c I I Cold Cuts 29c
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I HAMS, Butt ends 2CredErai

I I Food StallPs-Accepted 1

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DIXIE LILY,plain or self-rising GREEN'S FARMSyrup

flour 20 LBS4 79c NATIONAL BISCUIT, V2 CO. Gal.' 37 c I

NORTHERN Pkg. BRAN[, 100%, pkg. lOc

IRISH POTATOES, 10 lbs ____________19c
ROYAL ARiMS No.1TallFiruiT
YELLOW ONIONS, 3 lbs ________._____ 13c
.... Cocktail 15c
LETTUCE, large head.'::.'....__.__...... 10c'
YELLOW SQUASII,2lbs.. __it.._____..: ____ 19c
,' PEAS 2 23c
I :GRAPES,2 Ibs.._______' -...L..t."/. .t'';,... 17c cans -


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Friday. Seuf ember 26,1911 THE HOMESTEAD LE AnER-E\TtRt'm E" Par Three
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> METALS, MOTORS !I THE WEATHEROfficial DEATH CLAIMS ; Don Quiz, Boyhood Friend of Local Rote I

weather report of the Stages In-Person Show at Ladies' NightA
j TO BE TAUGHT IN Subtropical) Experiment Station, MRS. G. \V. MOODY :

Homestead. Florida. "Dun QUIZ" pit;?,iun iett-, "lu\' that i'!in'act. rl?,". his

DEFENSE CLASS D.I. : ....., Ml,.. H.r. Kiln' AT AGE OF 80 ducted ,in po: .on b*' Donald Ru- famous! bioidiistv rim l L>rge
Sept. 18 _' W W .P81) 001 ler. niiRinitin and starter ocv'rc-, downtown :Miami, Pita,1: r In place:
r Sept 19 '_ 87 74 29.84 027 -_ I monies of th ix.pul r W I. 0 n of slier dollars I IMMI. his attendants -
Der nlt classes in metals and Sept. 20 : 78 70 290 Mrs Virginia Mnodwidow( of' Don Qui ivm rb, featured the carried pinnies and In
motors-\ Sept. 21 84 89 0.07 G. W. Sfocxh. died at her home. latter nikM of the Homestead Rotary place of theatre parses those who
mitt start Oct. 1 in the Sept 22 89 (7 2994, In Naranja Friday after a long Club Wednesday In Legion failed to answer their question

asrlculturaU.mlding of the t."me- Sept. 23 '_'__' 91 89 29.94 trace ni .'. She was 80 years old. m-j.:vVsStfra: correctly were given onion
AwdITIjrt*'8kMw1, announce CeoKjiWikcf Sept. 24 Of 68 2993 Funeral tenlrec< were held Quiz CBrtW i %vH, to take Movable microphones and an

'd \o::itional acricultuse ::1 p m Sunday al I Turner FunttalIJome PAil m the Rote program II< a'engineer. Wilt on Chm -"I:
with the Ro\ Noah Peter r tf'sp to, (iK boyhood' nc'io' >l .
Wilton .
in* J: under whose ptr\i Bjt: rtf courses are given PAUL KEELY DIES V n. pastor of tV Gnulds Bnptirj mi". C'arti.loe, J Psrmun, \itprdent \- thiough tin sat', ., .\. 4>|
1 of the dub Shortly I
US :**HfSbin; be held from 7 Church officiating Burial wall Its hfir' : : : \ the W. 1.O D studivii. rhejueftlons |
1O Quit onglniULt -
Palm Cemetery at Naninja PalJ.'wires piagrak
filets: -laidt4V trtKhtg asked wen 6ii3i 90tr \l "Ii
OFI1EARTATTACKWHILE { were Frank D Rue, L. A } 111 MhmJ, Mr P.tt'mtn MMtitf.iinieoj
3f a.t_ Hu..ani number of pcr- Donald fi those asked at tit J l I' lu 1broockn.t
. ? needs desire them classes will be Voting Henry Grihim HenrBowers / l'r.prmtl'diJL'fl1n' of Don Qu.! :.:
'J Charles fo.sman. \Vil. I I newspaper 11 the prig,
. I tinned d m. electrical. work And : 'CHAT'TINGi liam Anderson, Joe Lake and Carl iiiT'r.! He \-r (rfriJf' i i. tits Pret'nt'rf("- !Mr .m.: ten Dra

j ti con truction i _. _. Drpwdy was Uwjjuima' -a Butler with Archer, Dr and :\It.Jr, M..Andert
xJ'inoneed"the ; i
-' federal governtp4nt Mrs Moody came to Dade County whoitt na had( lone though sr imfl .cn. Mr. and Mit' B Tili-bunti(
sisal fitilians[ | for defense &L iC4elj h Homestead (f
scftwl Mr und MM J R. Brooks and
'* the with tier husband 41 years agot : Jid high Tir1l OM in Tolecto..Olia :
'1 IW dcnurses are open to farmer. unit tjtill;-trt ke,! iih''A year later, In 1900 they moved >. "JIhr ansvEefeftis yc Mrs Wainwright h fr-t-Mi sad
ftDilU-ar wel Jis to youths, MrT&kefield a heart attack .at-hehMt.il / nd to Cutler where Mr. Moody established Stud .lUrtiDtWjip<< wassstcwed_ i ; after :Mrs Roy Chandler Mr. mitt Mioi
jld": He urges thnt all joked with'fuend in -Uia. olllcc the first general store n lapse ol 23 years P J. rrwiklln !Mi ,'nicfMrTG**,
tee 1o>
.j' tt5oTfp nter the classes report of that community where mere After urinii presented! hMi M Frick and Miss \11'111111 KneUjMr "
of the Florida 'Avocado Persian
the p\f6\
on opening .
night.Ved- Chgndise for all of South Dade wag 11 Irman Don Quiet sfirlctl his show and Mrs Chi, T ru" IKI: ?,
day. Oct 1. Prlnreto"S..lurd
Lime GroweVs
1 at unloaded from ships that made with all _'hnr-viiiar and pr- and Mrs VVrn J (:eacrtwiu. Mf,
and r3n the metals course welding :!! afternoon He was 60 Cutler a regular port-of-call In __ _____ H__ ___ ___ and Mrs D M Hindman. Mi .md
j tr other expetieneed eefcted trades are taught years old. . :those day. That very same year Order of the Eastern Star i I,Mrs Adrian Jacobs. Mr rod Mrs.
a craftsmen In a Apparently In the belief health Mr. Moody staked out a home- She I*; ur\'led bj rijpp at
the school which has been '
j equipped .Vnh welding machines Mr Keely had earlier'that.afternoon 'stead In the Naranja nection. In Moody. Jr. and daughter. !\In. Lehman, Dr. and !Mr A. M.
and begun arrangements for the 1903 they moved there and Mr A.-D Fogle, botli'of jrtinja: four Logan Mr and MI'" Max U>-ner.
1 Biacttoe. tools
hop at
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expenseBROWlJEPORTS. government renting of 400 acres of east glade Moody and D. C. Brown opened grandrhlldien. William L. Alburyof !Mr and Mrs Fred HcoM md Visa
!j land for his winter farming operations community under the name of CK'hopee, Ceo L Fogle, ArthurD Theresa Redd. Mr and Mr Paul
: I Brown and l\hdy-a business Fogle, Jr., and Miss Murjorli Reynolds, Mr. and Mr UT C.
{ ,,'hid1II'. Mood conducted until E Fogle. ill of Niranja: two Rhenev, Mr. and Mrs Flank B.
body was tent by TurnerFunt'ral
i Home Monday night to his death 14 years IRO great-grandchildren: and two Rue, Mr. ml !Mi,', r H stpffmlMr .
Mrs. Moody wnu member of sititei :Mr C. F Hxdc of Tunp.; : md Mrs Edw." d v n.: :Mr
here the
Tampa funeral was held
t SALE OFJiROVES Tuesday from the home of- a brother the Baptist ihnrch and ,i charter and Mrs JF Johnson
4 J. M Keel '. Mr>. Kwh returned member of N: 11.111) i t \\'le' 14d snn rife -----

."ifow irt 9. Greene: : ;; encampment yesterday from Tampa.

dircctor-jDiulbe Veterans of For- Mr. Keclf/am to Hornet tei,' ON DISPLAY SEPTEMBER 26
I eiirna'ns. :....ham purchased the FCT fii'hi' ears ago from Roxbomui.liPi tJ
Adams 10-icro grove And home nnd has farmed t'xll'l1'\ii \
fill Rcdau-.fi road, reports Mrs very winter -

r*' M"" IT.,.. ;jlcr.. broker, whOsenew Hi lco.v<. Jn ad.tilon4- I.. \\[ '
J IIi. .;1.h 1k>: ". ',' .i d1l'"tir. Mr ,!B"'" HTVJol ;' ii
::?!\r- ,ill imo to be itenc F" rfpje; 8 C t t\\o hn't-... \\ 1lL
!! ? vIM \ li74t ,
1 impflT7 M'IU3.t..rs in C.". M Kioh of 'lempn'rd T \ .
feirniti.q\ nj; n'ont'i< of the veal,, ,,1.1 of fi' 'O.Aciptiia.! anu \ ... 'l' .
bit he prim. to spend the ode' t.i :Mr ,T" nnle; K Kfnrr', i ,,' ":" ""' .c- '

15'ctk-tafrfj6fl Florida sunshine f""l i dt'IJJI1r.1o ...

OD his trmcIlAIrs. Froscher' say ......--.-- I
I ? iSWjixuie: by Mrs Froifher : ,

dulling the past Iwo week BOTTLED GAS 1\ 1
.. stae: the. Anna Bradley 10-acrr I.

,\ grove aud)hjinve on Coconut Palm A N CE*, REFKIGERATOR3 ,
1 dnve-jiuiThSBKl: by Mr. and Mr.. I and WATER JlEATEaSj j
X. W: Irw1rr-ho formerly livers 0". ftiawtoite
::1 t on Kromp avenue; a lot in Franju Virgil: D I Phone 509-J i
with fire-ioom house purchased' .. :." :. :: ,.,,...,, .. ,.
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J>y Mr. and :Mrs Walter A. Beck
fit RO'kdiI"f end a one-acre tract
on the Federal highway near Na- NEWT. G. BALL
f nja piirJ] hcd by Mrs. Grace
Violet Ray of Miami who willtoild ;
a home there. NOTARY PUBLIC

. ilFlorida
University has 21 Greek R
:j letter fraternities and early returns Fire Insurance and Tyr M
J showed. pledges for the SERVICE 0 A
j pew coJIt'I. : :year. Kindred Lines
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i use Leader- : X.. Krero Ave.v .

Enterprise Classified Ads t Horo'l the highest-quality motor car

f .r funotut GAIT amncef SRI Chevrolet ha ever offered to the motorDIIIONII)

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' .g '"''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''' to LlAD INe.
rJ = : Ing public . with fleet, modern, aero

dynamic lines and Fisher Body beauty STYLING
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bvllfof_ quality materials' and designed PERFORMANCItIA

I ]' .- ?/ Announces the Opening of the .::': r to 'load lot combined performance and e
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. f economy s with all tho fine comfort, ecMOtlw.Y

:! : .i convenience and safety features which To u.u IN
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have made Chevrolet the nation' )leading ECONOMY

' NEW : motor car for ten of the last eleven year
: :

;t -" Atlantic Service Station i IT PAYS TO BUY THE LEADER

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i! ._ Flayer Ate. and N. E. 5th St. .' i i1 AND GET THE LEADING BUY

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Pare Four THE HOMESTEAD_LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. September. 26.194f

LEADER-EN TERFRHEP LO21L7A, '.HJGHJUgfjTSpeace : Ir S i t f I I'.i! !f1ffif.1I1tIl"III/JnHlltnUII! } / ; !

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t.u" 1 11 .w.uw' FlA.
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r m ....< HH<< > -aU + r
. \ :t I M tt> HM ","*. Mm.sand "VNR6Jlrti T YFUA1J)71I&IG20UHOr
r"Hik M* tkt wu < 01 vIf11IWIUJlII111WlWfllUllilW
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''rhf1f6Oe n.4M.cN'A.e ] -.- f.e f.a..ase - sown w.aMl. .
sex sieve rM.W.w sd u- .- fry liIoo 01 Me si..l..ea..ww
ARO SO stv.CrvMeoi.eraV1V .
..-: -.a.a.e .... II, lest
HAKJOJUC LEACH AtCHt __ 6tZF,,IIN4TN Or n 'AVGS'1r cr r am Book rh..is" atower ../
__ ,___.r sod T Maoo.w I, t Nor sz v D/. Icr/Y. M 7M1 kt.11 ..... Oft. 17. ..... .1 N. a._

LEVEL SlPr'A& .. "
.Sept n, 11 11Mrs.

a Dd. a.Mer._ 'ueDe. ..... -" G. L Gsult has resigned
.... 01 Dodo Case"____ II A4 her position in the Bank of Home.
1 lI j I stead and will be with the RoaM:2:
I pI
s (stead Growers' Association this .
CentringB I .season as assitent to Secretary
I is. A. Kinf."
Annie Ma>aew Ftusatrirk
-ft and Mrs. A. .
At right when aU the house to T. Jackson
still I{returned Tuesday from I visit toSanford.
I ."
And I have said my prayers.T ,
eke to sit and think a whole -".. F. Flowers Is home from II

Of the pleasure and th* cart* !vacation trip to Madison Fla, and

TN, ty has brought Of this and !I other points. He was accomp-

that I I I I 11j |soled by a brother.

Why I did thus and to. -"Mr. and kin. Given E. Victorare

A wrong decision that I made. I II I home again arriving Tuesday

But how was I to know !from Moberly. Mo. where they

W' d. way was right sod whisk I shave been summering'

was wrong I _"Mrs C A. Williams returned
When in doubt
weltering (j to her home it Modcllo this week,

Bu' there SOUL at night with a:1 my I I I 'f'RN'RiTtiz: J ||accompanied Pittburf""Mr. by a sister from

rd like to blot that out Old6IVAr6D0
I .IUHISflE l'r and &ln W. L Fisk of
Somebody feelings that
jer .. .. 'Miami the of Mr and
When meaning to be kind burt.1 mrsocrlric'iw -'. are guests
Thus muffed an opportunityNew I tail \.ITNE.e4 AlUIAlS1>>NC&SI Mn. A. R. Caves this week at

friendships ties to bind.A .w za I IiCv.e4C1cD IPKI.eI4 1W6\ I their home on Krome road.
1tN.qc -"E. J, Dyal hat charge of the j
word of praise that I withheld :JW.et" IMS1Z8 0' Tlt'6 CrrElfl
Capello packing house this ...- ;
And gave instead a clout. "
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Nut verbally but mentally A'-'& AtL11LfJ'.bNLafO SOIL
I"d like to blot that out. NI'.7/D "Royal Palm Lodge No. 100 of '

A bit of aid I failed to give I -'f/.6-- AND- --A..HA-- I Homestead had an interesting cornerstone 'j
Became I did not think laying on Thursday after

How nr despair had shoved one!t noon that was witnessed by ax
To dr praboni brink large crowd composed of local

I did not realize the need r I Il residents as well as many out-of-
$ party The sections voted! '
Or yet how rough the route. 'ROBERT E. LEE town people The entire third
follows southern, nine cent; Children in
as per Court
But there alone with all my heart i. floor of the new W. D. Born Co.
I'd I Like to blot that out. 'New England 1*; mid-northern.' .y Judge Xaleehn HatflridI l I building will be occupied by tile
19; Western, IT; Pacific slop, 13
M> day would be like coach dots ..... THESE OF TALK Masons when the structure it completed -
Bespecked from fait to snout /I BENtrm or TRK DCPKESMOX: '. The cornerstone it a
It ill the errors that I make I The Columbia Broadcasting The last financial depression I ,beautiful design by Architect A.

Were daily blotted out. ,Company has opened a networkof .taught many worthwhile lessons ia BtJUDGKHOLTI'E. Lewis, within whlcj the grand
39 standard and -24 shortwavem Jfard to raising children. It mad secretary announced.wouM.be deposited

"- station in" If South'AmaiauI>[parents aware that they should J a 'History ofJtoyalPain*
countries ft baa slatifw* in 127V. "Robert E. w.--was T peat '
Irate their boys and girls to become Lodge No. 100 whicQ rccords H.
CURRENTCOMMENT & cities. eelf-dependent and reliant American despite the tact that I'R Pridgeon. Ceo. Hanson. ST. W.
..... I'
t upon their own mounts. .hiatorx- pictures him at a. total I IfIIJure. Fi Wtan Wm, J. Owen S E. Livingston

The fact thai the executive I Although sickness and temporary .- declared Judge George as past won! pf\al mas-:
branch of the federallad eoverasaani I unemployment may deplete aa .isuts ten, and T. J. Yann present matter -
ACOTW WSlSal J:. Holt of Miami IB at address on *
its il
US.SU more person to. dividual bank account and cause The lodge was organizedJanuary !
I employ than a year ago. k4 the i'him to seek public aid IIeYI bef the life ef Robert E Lee given before 21, 1.11. AIW data of

test Ye Sanford Herald to exdanaw AItbIt has he should be Imbued with a the Redland, District Lions the Eastern Star a booklet of
..:= w.WVt.q rate well all be working fart f spirit of self reliance and personal Club Tundalti&ht. I Homestead and the Redtand District -
i i"Bora
.... .. ..
W _-AAr.v&- I the government and nobody will" ''j j In Virginia In 1M7 LIe'I Rev. H. H Sturgis history of
MUr aawokh.. left to pay the taxes." Mason of the lodge. History of
t ..... lived in obscurity until he assumed -!!Homestead with lists of first pat*
The Navy department state command of 'the Confederate
Evidence is increasing thai Ja>IW. must educate the coming fay the and present councils ."
that Ht present expansion programwill army at age of 54. said Judge
five it a fleet of J.500 war pea as beginning to ....... which!rauA to produce) more than It Holt. "After his graduation from _-J, Wilton. Edwards and wife,

ships, the largest the world ha* aide of bar bread la buttered,!!,consumes. To accomplish: this we West Point to 1121, he lived the,who have been on an extended

ever known. free a ee.mereAl.hnepoiot and{amid recognize that everyone poej uneventful life of an army engineer visit to their old home in Macon
..... I j talents different from ,Oa, returned to Florida City om
,,18 easing un in her vitupetattosi ****** taoeaof When war broke out he
against the U S. Columnist N.c,( his neighbor. was, summoned to Washington aad l I''Tuesday morning." (Florida Qt?).
Jean Renoir Hollywood movie!
s "
Dtrmott states trial the of I L W. Grubbt is working om
offered command of .
"crack- L the U. S'Army
director" thinks Georgia tee Japanese people, are afainat l m LABORER is WORTH the new building the Homestead[
Fully aware of the difficulties
most aristocratic cite
en are our
i war Isn't that true of most r HIS gnu facing the Confederatesfrom Mercantile Co. Is putting up for
tens How about the "wool hat countries* A filling station atteadaat the picture show' (Florida City).

buys" from the 0000.Florida's back. country* I II ..... I charged, three boys with stealing his personal the military convictions point of caused view! -"Mr. and ...... Allison M.

r A comparison of Florida timber I gasoline to which charge they him to choose command of the Perry of Redlsad are announced

txaird has Increased' value fives tIN average IMO price pleaded guilty Their only defense Confederate army at the sacrificeof the birth of t son, born Sunday

by M1H per cent the valuation ot lags pee 1.000 board feet as fob was that they could not earn sufflcient personal glory 'morning, September II."
for taxation purposes, of the 21 I money far their needs, from. -"TIle Redland W C. T. V.
lows: cypress, $UZ.7 l hickory, $20
; ; "One of the
railway and aour line (very I tile little hassling of ashes and wont handicaps Lee I met tt the home of Mrs. Seymour
longleaf IITJO
few of the latter! in the state i liar, '11 pine red ; yellow poo- debris that they did far neighbors, faced was politics In the army of Dane, Friday . . The fol-
i ; au a. ; tupelo Virginia and the fact that Jefferson -
and to fumed to pilfering the fitting officers wen elected for the yean
map magnolia ft*; atiortleaf Davis
Statistics show that a new home' pine f 12 M station. It developed that the forming arQte.Ury otwar. pra4IttMrs., M. K. Lyons: viceresideat -
considered himself
was built In Miami every 104 nun- ..... boys had been receiving only a few a military Mrs M. J. Brownlow:
ute since Jan I not just _Ie-f cents an hour for their honest labor .genius and had to oppose all corresponding secretary Mrs. M. D.
Under a law passed the plans of action.
Ing minutes but around the clock. by last by neighbors who evidently I Yetter, recording secretary Mrs.

Placed on 50-ft lots, side by side legislature Dad County Is to be repaid bad taken advantage ot the boys "Gen. Lee won the adminjtion W,. H. Cast, treasurer, Mrs. Seymour

they would make a street a little U million dollars In. taxes youthful ignorance. The problem and respect of his men. He wa Dane .". *

over U miles long. paid for road improvement at the ... eventually solved by evolving a stern disciplinarian but was 1 -". P. Sheffield bat returned

0.0.. I{rite of $50.000 a month I1nnIn'1 I I. higher wage teak for the kind not harsh He held no bitterness I Ito Lake Oketchobee, where he U
'July L It will tau M against the Federal
Writing In Coronet magazine of work these boys performed. I referred working for the state plant board.
repay the amount. I to them simply ot those '
about the coning revolt in France,I ..... 'j I II people Hisson, Harold accompanied
a prominent woman of that country -1 't'MWALRA..VM0 VA,tDAJMX He did not drink or smoke and was'anx> . "(Florida City)
stated. that N per teal of the Considering the few years during I< The lust tor excitement often deeply religious. Above all be I
which Florida has teen lags boys Into stood for food
-dorngs. TbIIWOdhwhile government
producing' wronf
people In occupied France and 7S I called South to forgot the-
can sugar she;ias made a [ wnotet who is not trained "Leet :w' "'
per cent tit unoccupied Franceare food : fault seems to have been:: past for unit B* died
stubbornly opposed to any showinfr- <( >0 toGa at againstLouisiana's 1 j pursuits during hit that too often he allowed his feoen.lt I tour yean after surrendering at
collaboration with Hitter O2foO tout for the)I sure time may seek amusement to use their discretion. How. Appomattox. Had IM"1Ive41oD1-

... .. I(,crop ell..-....... structioa.which result In ever with men such as Stonewall, er, he would have don*much to
I I Jackson who had the
About the tear eat bit of scorch- ability to overcome the prejudices: which
\ A New York newspaper states I. This was demonstrated when a think fast and out
Ing I have reed It one of Carleton carry plans, I have lasted to long f-
Smith "nu"To Warner that a shake-up resulted. till country school was burglarized and ,h* could have don worse Lee't' "Robert I. Lee was tor I united
discharge or removal to other I the, interior completely damaged. :pita of battle
was actually the! country and the Civil War proved
8rf for moronic assemblylineproductions
>>- points of 2)0 FBI men for too much fleatt were broken, futures torn forerunner of the bUt fti, of today 'that the United Stated.ftDOt be
which tire your conversation with a pretty cousin 'down windows knocked: out and summed up a* "Git thar futt- [divided. There are subversive

bone. ..... I I of Felix Von LacknerThe Germans the floor covered with debris. The ,est with the mostest men.' ekments_trying to brine about division -

know how to make men culprits were toys from a nearby "Watching the two armlet'; now and we should be-alertto

Wails many American are opposed -,,worth hearing do some talking:I city, who were excitement; march Into bank with Oafs flying prevent this and maintain nunited
to war-any war on th* they five them the society of I their destructive Instincts led them 'and tends plying Lee remarked 1'' America tor posterity"

ground of cruelty and economic a pretty and adroit girt who I* to. this particular school bouse 'It at food that war la a dreadful I Twelve Coral Gable' Lions were

loss, and win continue to to think. good listener Yes, old Bill Had their minds been occupied thing for the thrill of battle to, club visitors.. -

I Gallup poll dot not show avery Shakespeare was absolutely correct It'with some manly, sport or hobby I! hard to overcome.' 'I I Uon R. J. Elliott announced 1

ponderable average per cent .In law dtafnosia of "those snot.gals. their peat ap energy would } "Gen. Lee was a true Wader of'th ':'plans for the annual clothing drift' .

.ao1T 1/-who would support ,, r3.M ,sought I more"_beneficial have j people and after the war be]|to be held Sunday Oct. S. -- ,

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*, Friday. September 2& 1M THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Five l

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Grennell New Superintendent Presbyterians Will
I I Observe Loyalty Day I

,,' Of Homestead Baptist Sunday School f'-, -
I The women and the men *
I I Homestead Presbyterian Church
Myron Crrnncl was elected teacher.
I are observing for the first time
general superintendent of the I The cradle ron department superintendent -
will be Mrs. Howard Joint Loyalty Day with a program
Sunday school of the FIrst Baptist i 1942
!at the 11 o'clock service, Sunday
L. K.
Church of Homestead at a business' Johnson, assistant Mrs. :'
meeting held in the Sunday school Bishop, Jr iltS'D teachers, Mn.I i'I morning. Sept. 2$. ..
building Wednesday nlfbt D. R. Russell Mrs J. C. The general theme U "tqpiMyto 1
., Snyder WM made associate super. LettB. Christ and His
Interment; Howard West, secretary Frank Hathaway Cburt'b.\Jra.1
Driver's Licenseat
pianist; and. Miss Frances Rutland, M. Hindman to. Teach will notional speak message on ;

Gasses at University ises; and Mrs. R. Y. Burr and
Leon Dime ws elected
| super
Wm. Payne will speak on "Back-
lotendent of the young people'sand
adults' department, Miss Ann B. M. Hindman, supervising Ing Our Promises With Our ,
Ehackleford was elected secretary; principal of the Homestead and I Lives." The program will be led'by .
and Mrs. W, T. McConnelU Mrs Florida City schools, will repeat the pastor, the Rev. George H.j I
r i Hoy Watson, Mrs. Catherine Hck this year two courses in the adult ,Ricks. ; JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICE
. ard. Mrs, Julia Polk Mrs. S. L. education division of the University Dr. C. r. Robertson, who dlfects
West, T. D. Plche and Mrs. J. of Miami that he taught I the music, announces that Mr!. T.I
Lawrence Scott were named as during the summer session. One U Hodges and Miss Virginia Trick Odd Fellows Building
teachers. will be given at 4:30 Thursday: I,will sing a duet.
afternoon and the other at 740
Mrs. X. L. Lawrence was made ,
head of the home (extension) de- Thursday evening CARD OF THANKS
partment.In Educational measurements and I We wish to thank our friendsfor Open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
elementary school organizationand
the Intermediate departmentT. administration are the two the floral offerings sent and I takes year renew your driver's IkvnM by Ori. 1. It will
C. 'Shackleford was nude superintendent courses offered by Mr. Hindman,I the expressions of sympathy re. be BfrrMitT far yes I* aland drivers ...... Tea CM ft
; Wilbur Caves, see I who has had Hide experience In ,celved at the death of our levee test blanks !. this em** at any time. If yea have le take
retary: and Mrs Frank Irwin, public school work Before com one, D. Lehmon Groover. .I tent yea ran set it U Miami la front of poUre station any
Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mrs Plche, Mr. ,ing to Homestead be had been I MRS. ELIZABETH GROOyER( day la the week.
Scott B. B. Pullen and Mrs. J. R. I principal of the Hialeah MRSROOVER
Dorsey, teachers. i tary and junior high elemen-I', and Family. I
In the Junior department Mrs the Orange Cftade elementary ,
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:A. D. Smith was made superint school, teacher of mathematics at I -C... -
tendent; Miss Jewell Hodge, sec. Miami. Edison High School. and
rotary; and Mrs. C. O. Robertson teacher of mathematics In the I
Mrs. J. R. Byrum, Miss Ann Lee, Princeton Ind., high school
Mrs. Pete Morgan, Mrs. Bert Andrews I Mr. Hlndman's bachelor's and _(((5' )) R T ITT.T T T'

B. W. Morris, and Mrs. master's decrees are from Indiana I
Harry Cooper, teachers. University, and he has aim taken
In the primary department the courses at the University of Flor.
superintendent will be Miss Alta Ida and the University,of
Vann and the teachers, Mrs. M. laml'l Saturday Last Day!
W. Craft. Mn. T. E. Klrby.. Mrs Stead CI
T. L. McEwein. Mrs. H. J. Davis, Speaker (raising: money: "All

Bwain Miss Lallan Swilley and Mr. Me stand who will.UBfcT'give ten dollars, 'please Monday Prices, Go, UP!IBOYS"

la the beginners' department Then to musicians, .under his
Mrs. J Lee Smith will be superin.tendent breath- MQuick. boys, play the
and Mn. Shackleford, 'Star-Spangled Banner1" SANFORIZED
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.FORD 1939 Coupe 83-well cared for; seatvcov
.-, ers; black finish in good condition; inside t

,: controlled spot lamp; mechanically perfect.

CHEVROLET 1938 Coupe :\Master 85-Locally I

':. owned and operated in the city. We sold it

as -- new. One owner. yew brown paint ,and Sturdy 'Cottons .+
II : /'. seat covers; motor and running gear in first
ri class shape.CHEVROLET Carefully Tailored .i

..' 1937 Tudor So-In all around ; Washfast Practical

good: condition and priced below the market.: I i
.. : Worth 2.19! Even more popular this
WILLYS 1937 Coupe. Traded in by the ori&inaI' And
summer no wonderthey're'I
,- purchaser.
., ( .. -,. ''I and cut along mannish lines for
'" ; FORD 1936 Station,Wagon-Motor: overhauled; unhampered comfort. And Mothers

'. -- ,.* painted a cream color, with brown body. I appreciate them for; their easy-to- ,
C 'ot 'J. launder fabrics well their ,
as as sen-
r PONTIAC 1935 Fordor 6". UnusuaUy) good
Eible! 10-18.
I price,
condition; motor has new rings and bearings;

lito ,painted black; inside nice and clean. I

.. $2.49 Values!
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I Beys' Wash LongiesSeb.el47
_Bird Chevrolet Co. ;
dyke for amine La.-at a Delia te
ChCTNlet i I please ....,.! Tailored; le HI-. Hanferlsrd U
Oldest Dealer esi FtocUa BaJt CeaatIliaasMeis
I stay that wttl 8c -belle4:;4eal"< frwita Op-
; Flesjd, Ttlf, *..e M, West aeaam An slide (Imtttar Tibfart aaU4asaertod

is. $1.98 79 Value!
aliens.iii t U $ .


Every day you let slip by is a I i $2.69 Value! Boys' Sweat Shirts
-= day whose rental outlays could

r a apply to the purchase of that Boys Raincoats ..* ..*... turn will t* dINe, (er
c Home Of Your Own Andownership mat Own esi UM fresU e( the *. M( aa4 bbl
is, actually; the sum : Jest the Wag tit ratay...... ears! Fvllre rant rigged sweat siurta ef flaw eeabed natters
r of the small amount which each ; of blank rabbrr. with snUllwr' e.(1ar..,sad. metal fan that wail take a M" ef MnkhmMtlUBf
day' saving contributes to the bsttklc fasteners AO seams
entire purchase price We have, I eemase4 ... I.. u' $2 '19" .>**v4. fall tmt. Noll.HatN reeV 59 c
the Home you want to owa I match er ,.,,11_. Slsea IJ.. IS
HOME Well arrange the terms!


p r' A m. fw A..l..a .w.a. Ilmua rose I
t lan wt ca em.rl! pig tnr.Wt MIAMI BISCAYM BLVO.3OOOOO'tIJ UTU TO 14TH STREETS

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Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. September 26.-1911 /
'. James Archer Smith Hospital In the home of Mill Myers' parent', """*
fW i A iTy I Homeland Whffl"'the:finger was Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Myers. 3
; I
In and Ground By Mr*. W. W.. Severs !
____ 1 1MI'I. L. C. Aldrich visited; Monday at '-A4
intent and Mrs. Johnny Becker en- the home of his son-in-law and v|
Roger Snow and her
Joyed. trip to Tavernier Wednesday daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
ion who have been visiting Mr. ,
Stalling., in Miami.
Homestead and Mrf. David Snow In Branford, 1
Conn., will arrive lOOn for a visit
with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Miss Bonnie Myers' and three For
._ .,_ results use Leader
=-- f Mica. Lawrence Becker. friends from Miami Mrs. Martile :

Art Reichert, accompanied by Tuesday with Mr. had Mrs. U B.:, l,. Davenport, Mill Lilo Johnson and Enterprise! Classifipd'Ads "
his daughter-in-law, Mn. Robert Sommcrs in Miami. Mr. and Mrs, 'Mr. and Mrs. S. LaRocco and Miss Kate Lord, spent Sunday at .
Cassube and her Infant son, left Frank Webb were dinner guests at ions of Hannibal, N. Y.. have rent- :it,
Wednesday for Cincinnati where the Sommers' home Sunday. ':'ed tte Brockett cottage on Eighth
they will Join Mrs. Reichert and I I't'IJt.lor- the aeaion. They plan C ;tit
visit for two weeks before all four I Miss Flora McLean and her return to Florida City on Oct 1.Mrs .,I :
return to Homestead.Mr. brother, B. M. McLean, returned Ito f I DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTS
I last week from a vacatlonlI lp )Max Blass of Miami arrived -, 1'I
and Mrs. John Orangeburg and Maxon, N. C. recently for a visit with her I I
have moved back to wIIII.m'I' Mill Eva Rotherham of Red- brother and alster-in-liw, Mr. and :
after residing a year and I land has been ill at her home this Mn: Harry: Degler.Mr American Legion Bldff, Homestead,.

Miami vacation Upon in West their Brownsville return froma week, *. Dominick Todaro returned 1:. every Friday and Saturday, 11 ... m. to 7: '''-

I*, they rented the Russell Home Mr. and Mr*. W. H. Wood returned last week from a two-month visit p.m. Beginners must bring licensed driver ;II
house n Homestead and Mr. Williams Tuesday from a two-week in New York.
I II making prparatlom to begin vacation in Illinois and Ohio I I with them. ..
his usual winter arming.
l Mines Isabel and Mary Beckerof I,
Mrs. Sam J. Davis and Mrs. A.. Miami spent the week-end with .1
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Cann and I'R. Meybem attended a meetingof their mother Mr C Becker. -.
daughter Kathryn returned Friday O. E. S. conductresses and associate I!
from a three months business ; conductresses in Hialeah H. M. Degler who I II employed: 1942
and pleasure trip to Fort Valley Wednesday in Key West spent the weekendat I
and Atlanta Ca, and Highlands, his home here. .
N. C.Mrs. Mrs J. A. Saunders of Miami I I STATE
spent several days last week visiting Mr. and Mrs Bill Varnadoe and J
Helen Hackler of MI.mll I her niece, Mrs W. B. Caves, daughter moved Into the Pike cottage i
visited until Sunday with Mr. and Jr. on Tenth street last week. I Driver's License
Mrs Lee H. Lehman In Home- I J
stead. Her son and daughter-in- HOSPITAL NEWS I B. F. Colller-who la 1U la reported
law Mr. and Mrs Otha J. Hackler -, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smithof to be slightly better at pre ent.1
and their baby son. Bred, spent Homestead are announcing the I I Guests at the home of Mr. APPLICATIONS ",
Sunday with friends here. I birth of a seven-pound son William Mrs. Collier over the week-end .
Lawrence, in the James were Mrs. John Lewis of Miami i NOW ON SALE
Mr. and Mrs. John; Julian returned -!Archer Smith Hospital Monday. ''and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lewis'
last week from a vacationin I Mn. Smith is the former MissMary of Coral Gables. |! AT A:
Wisconsin.Mrs. Ballaro. (
I Mr. and Mr*, Jack Dolar announce -1 I r Mrs. L. S. Robert who suffered I II AMERICAN LEGION AUTO
O. A. Halnlln left last week! the birth of a sixpoundson 'I a crushed finger Sunday evening
for Unlontown, O, where she Isi Charles Vernon, in the hospital I at her home wa taken to the I
" Visiting her son-in-law and I Tuesday. 1--
.t daughter, Mr and Mrs. Harold D.I Frank Panno underwent a AIR CONDITIONED TAG OFFICE '
Taylor, who will her there yesterday.ma-I ROLLER SKATE IN COMPORT
accompany jor operation .
Afl.rw..w. S t. I P. M.
p f to Redland next month and spend Ishmael Cash of Homestead I .CllII'_. Ita A'.'''.Sir. ,!I.. tasO.nlllt
for. TlS. M II''" P. M. I Open Daily Year Round Service, :;
the winter there. I underwent an operation appendicitis , A4nW.. SM, ,I.. ... I
Sunday. So.Krome Are. Homestead ,
I Venetian Rink
Mrs. Bevo Webb and daughter Jean VanLandingham of rrrlne' S. W.Skating ITtk A.Ss,..l II II'T"
Luann, visited from Sunday until i is an appendectomy patient. I
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Our Local Plant All Set' to Supply

-::1 Your Needs for the Season '

We have been fortunate in securing an Humus that is mined and processed at Tam

ample supply of fertilizer materials to mainpa, which growers are finding gives better I 4..:

tain our standard quality of mixtures for results in setting pine land tomato crops

the coming year. We will also have a supply than Peat Moss does. This Vegetable! Humus -

of Chilean Nitrate of Potash and Nitrate of contains about 3 per cent Ammonia and .A

thus has a plant food value that Peat '
Soda to supply our customers' needs. does not have. .

Sulphate of Ammonia is now on the government .

priorities list and the supply will be Our fall supply of Tomato Seeds is on ; '.

hand and ready for the '.
grower. also.
: limited to what the government does not use I'"
have a of Insecticides. .
:1' supply Copper Sulphate -
: for defense
purposes. .
\ will be scarce as 90 per cent of the cqp- 'e'

: ri., We also maintain a stock of Vegetable per mined is going into defense products. 1 t



j Florida Easf\Coast! Fertilizer Co.: . <1

PRANK Manager :

: Telephone 16 ,11'* Homestead, Fla.

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LEARN ANV ONE OP EsEETHEM DENTAL CARE IW TH' NAW.'J WEAN TO DO THAT- r OKAY, Ten'II look great in I Navy nlftmlEveryone f'T ; :
looks bigg**, M
thai uniform Uncle Sam Navy gives.you. ,
And that's only' a ttart Uncle Sam total.
NAVY/ FERME" R16MTNOW! 'great core of his .o4orvFree i

meoli.' Free board Free travel. : ;
time medical and dental care, Free tram : I

u>a ff any one of flty-odd skilled trod!. ;
.u+M And the Navy pays you good many '
, t
while you (earn.

What an opportunity "If you or* 17 or
aver gel a her copy of the iltvstralwi
booklet' ,"I,fe m the U.S. Navy", from the
Navy Editor of this n..poper. '


Axle ratios and tire sizes likewise I made public In Washington a Urn. the man has few living expenses :local townspeople"

1942 CHEVROLET I are unchanged .,insuring hill-J!tied number of additional men between -I and Is provided with the finest of I Aa Navy editor, Lieut. Sawyer
climbing ability l acceleration{| the ages of 17 and 50 will medical and dental care. i has just received from Washingtona :
(Oontloued from Page One) and general over-all performance I be given a chance, by enlistmentin "You have all your food and aupply of free Illustrated book.,
the 1941 level. Fuel and oil the Navy Naval Reserve and also
in the 10f rwt-prlce field. tat or to I' lodging your original lets for all men Ink rated and
( ,economy, long a Chevrolet trait, get to the top, with big pay, in outfit of clothing provided by in addition, will welcome inquiries
AJ in past year the new car ispresentedyin 11 Is also thus assured I jobs which by their aptitude and as Uncle Sam free. In addition from young men who wish to look

the Mailer Deluxe I j I Much broader and deeper than a result of examination they show there are free sport and entertainment I Into the new and greater opportuntiea .
and Special Deluxe series The ,before, the new hood extends back I II themselves fitted, from among ex-en to the latest Holly the Navy now often for
Fleetllne erles, introduced mld- I i to the front edge of the front door, nearly 50 different trades and vo., wood pictures On top of this i training for future civilian career
season last year In aedan only It''.displacing the former cowl side cations. These Include such callIngs you get free travel and adventureIn 'as they serve their country now
represented again by aedan, known panel and making a cleaner line at aviation machinist, dental colorful places-a thing few In Its emergency
aa the Sportmaster, and the new I Hood side panels are Integral with technician, photographer, diesel civilians can afford To obtain this Information tearor
TleeUlne th-passenger Aerosedan,
the hood top and are raised withIt engineer, radio technician, electrician "When you consider the size of cut out the In the
laid to be Lone of the most attractively coupon navy
facilitating greater access to welder, storekeeper, and this country and the fact that the ad on the back page of this
styled model. in the entire paperand
the engine compartment.' The baker. Enlisted men may also Navy will select only 15000
ihowing I' I applicants send or take It to Lieut. W.L. .
to same "driver-control" method of ,'qualify for commissions as officers ' a month from many times Sawyer, Navy editor of the Lend
The tame attention finished unlatching the hood I* retained that number throughout the er-Enterprise, Seaboard Railroad
detail that ia apparent in the exterior from last year. Smart simplicity I I i Beginning this week Uie Navy United States, 'he quotation Station building, Homestead Flu
of the new model la notedat keynotes the hood louvers, which plans for a limited time to accept I Many are called but few are
once "Inside the car. Smart appear to be extensions of that t I new qualified men for training : chosen,' will apply to local young
styling, fine materials, and excel body belt molding, tapering out These men wll be sent to one of: men Interested. "Dr. Leonard AV.
lent design have produced the,from that molding: to a projection four naval training statlona and "Navy men are a hnnd-pkked
mOlt beautiful and comfortable in- of about Hi" inches at the hood may have a chance to go to a navytrade lot. Candidates must be men of nasklill
tfrlon Out Chevrolet ever has front. I aMt1.I1Jne /. Pro It.
offered school even before assign more than average Intelligence n"Ie and _'''
harmonize I''with other appearance ment to the fleet. During this and ambition, of fine moral char. I u. N. R Fine W,, :
Though on all models units, the redesignedfront period; they will be given regular acter and must have the written C.eerult"".......Air... t.._
U unchanged from 1941, remaining end emblem I* a tnasssive Navy pay, and the Navy free recommendation of* at least two b A
at 116", stylists have set the shield of, gleaming finish inlaid ,schooling valued at hundreds of
rMSftitfIf'.r4 StiV5 .1.tLS S, wh.4D MVWUAVWWVWUWWWWUSPIRIT' >
over-all length at 195 7-8", creatIng with red and blue enameL Augmenting dollars
a long, low, aleek car thatcomblneMweepln.'Unel'
striking! ornament
; OF 7it I
with III on Fleetllne and' Special DeLuxe I "Never In the history of the
United State has there been
generaUyTtr rugged appearance' model hood aide panels, shining There Is all the charm offamous
Complete new front-end treatment block letter announce the model 'greater opportunity for loyal I I Colonial artistry in our
handled does young Americana to serve their
name. Mill Work designed in the Early
country and build their futures:
much to an' impression of
convey ; .
Headlamps now are 7'far- ' American motif. Doorway
greater size and increased sturdiness now, laid Secretary
throughoutA ther apart, with a total of M' be- Knox.In .' I Units, for instance Or quaint
tween them. Flush-type parking: Window Saslf"ChIna and Linen
new,; lower, wider, more outlining the many advantages Closet design we show are
massive grille with its heavier (Continued on Page Nine) offered by enlistment In the hastely charming If you would
ban gives an Instant Impression of United States Navy, Lieut. Saw ptrmanently beautify your
yer, Navy editor of the Leader. '
bigness, while the blunter, deeper Home, without extravagance
hood, front splash shield and LIEUT. SAWYERContinued Enterprise, said: nave a Mill Work talk with vat!
more widely paced Sealed Beam "It is possible for a bright
headlights :contribute to that ef young man to Increase his pay
fect. Greater length is' indicatedat ( from Page One) seven times during his first enlistment BROOKER LUMLumber.Hardware BER CO. INC.
once .by the new enlongatedfront and he can earn as much ,
fenders, which flow into the but completion of many warships a* $126 a month. This monthly Sub, Doors cool.HOMESTEAD.
front doort swinging with the ahead of schedule suddenly cre- figure 1* actually worth much : FLORIDADON'T

doors a* they are opened. The ated a need for more men that I more when It I* remembered that I :...:....,............... ..':.YrI'rI'rI'o/'oj
new fender quickly exhausted,this waiting
design permits desirable
Itat ,The navy department therefore -
cleani smooth surfaces. An
lnau8wateoT'a/! recruiting
touch is the new loot
campaign which, 1* enlisting the
scraper at the front running board
tep pad .created by a triangular aid of small-town newspapers as
xtenslon?of the new fenders the best means of reaching the
Because-the type of men which the navy seeks THROW IT AWAYBring
unusually success- According 10 announcement
ul Chevrolet engine developedor
1941 to retained with only
nlnor refinements for the new

ear, power output, remains vir. <
wally the,same, assuring the same It To, Us For Mending
sigh performance characteristics

o ,generally acclaimed last year. . t ; .

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tutvben it does
us, I .,' ,f. .
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reS.aawla r ar11 tail......&_ 21-"& AMBULANCE: SERVICE Ave. at 5th St. Phone 530-J

' Furniture Co. Lady 170 AltesMlaalfhmte Homestead 1.:0::: :

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-- land will give a community tea --
Mr. and Wn.' Walter A. Thompson I grandmother's ring. at the clubhouse in Redland Tues- Miss Serafina Critic!, daughterof I Those who assisted In serving
announce the marriage Mn. Creel Is the granddaughter day afternoon from S to 8 o'clock. Mn. Josephine Orificl of Red-I were Mr. and Mr*. M. Todaro, Mrs
otJRedland of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Cowman, This Is the first of a series of! land, and Harry Hildreth, ton of'Frank Panno and Mrs. Mae,
of their daughter, Wanita first settlers In the Redland District monthly parties which will be Mr*. N. Hildreth of Norfolk, Vs,I(Howard.
Irene, to Corporal Buford T. Creel, and her mother was the firs given by the club. I were married Wednesday eveningat 1 The bride, born In New Yor

cf the U. S. Marine In Penucola I white child born In the district Mn. Seymour Dane and Mn. H. 730: o'clock in the parish rectory City, has spent most of her life
Saturday evening at ( o'clock. I She was graduated from Redland J. Armstrong will be in charge. of Sacred Heart Catholic in Redland. She wa graduated,
The ceremony wa performedIn High School 1939 and from the -' Church by the pastor the Rev. T. from Redland High School in 1937

the parsonage of the First Bap- Miami Academy of Beauty Cul- HOMESTEAD W. .. C. S. J. Geary. Relatives and friends and from the Homestead Business
list Church of Pensaeola by the ture the next year. She Is a IDem* BEGINS RED CROSS SEWING witnessed the ceremony. College In,. I934 SIp th 1J.. sh<
pastor, the Rev. J. Roger The her of the McAllister Volunteer, The bride wu given in marriageby has been employed in Miami
attendant were Yeoman Marian the 4-H Alumnae Club the Na- Members of the.Woman'. Society her uncle Joseph Orificl of Mr. Hlldreth I*, a. salesman. toi
MM, tional Hairdressers' and Cosme of Christian Service of the Swift and Co.
Kinder of the U. S. Navy, and Redland. Miss Louis Grady of
Kinder, a cousin of the bride. Mn. tologiits' Association and the Or- Homestead Methodist Churchbe- Miami roommate of the bride at They will live In Norfolk, Va.
Thompson, also, was present at der of the Eastern Star. gan working for the Red Cross the Y W. C, A4 and Tom Pimno of The'guests were: Mr. and Mn,
the ceremony. The bridegroom, ,son of W. H. sewng project yesterday when an Redland were the attendant S. J. Lynch, Mr. and Mn Paul Os-
The bride wore a street-length Creel,'of Bogalusa, La., was bornin all-day; meeting was held- in the The kierko, Mr. and Mrs N, Spadago,
drew of white crepe with fitted Texas and educated In Bogalusa Sunday school building.The bride wore a white crepe Mr. and Mr*. J. K. Bennett, Mr,
made with short train V-
gown a ,
Jacket, picture bat and other accessories and has been in the Marine members decided to meet and Mrs. W. D. Mahan, Mr. and
neck and seed pearl
of white. For "some I Corp three years.. ,The ;young for sewing five time a week from Her veil, floor length, hung trimmings from Mr. John Gadway, Mr. and M
thing old" she wore her mother's i couple will reside in Pensscola un- 10 o'clock till 4, and to have a I Paul Lanfer, Mrs Don FerreyraMrs
a halo of
gardenias, and she
,wedding locket and her maternal,til his term of-service expire I pot luck luncheon on, each sewing bouquet of tuberoses.The carried S R. Atkins, Mn, W. C. Roberta
Mrs, F. A. Mmnerly, Mrs
Y day.Mrs.. Sam J. Davis will have ,I bridesmaid wore a blue I Lawrence< C Smith, Mn. Era
UNIVERSITY chiffon dress which had
square Campbell, Mn. Hildred Slouffer,
charge of the tewing. Miss !:
II MEETING AT HOME OF MRS. W. R. BIRD I ther Livingston Is chairman t-I neck, puff sleeves and long full I Mr. Tony Fasula, Mn. Ballaro,
I the society's defense work. skirt. Her corsage was made of I I Mr. J. Bilello, Mill Elizabeth H,
I Dink roses and she wore. pink I Broeker, Miss Anne Bellows, M:.'
Mr*. W. R. Bird new presidentof and Mn, Johnson; membership rose in her hair.A .
the University Club, and Mrs Mn. W. B. Mills Mn, Ruehle, I I Eleanore McCabe, Miss Maggi
The Calendar reception was held after the Slouffer, Mist Isabella King, Mis,
J. G. Wynn entertained the club Mrs. Ivan .Moser, Mrs. Johnson; I
Wednesday evening at the Bird program Mr*. Paul Reynold*, .. ceremony in the Sacred Heart I Jane Spanater, Miss Ruth Thomas,
clubhouse which wa decorated ,Miss Inez Russin, Miss Ann Hartman -
home in Porvenir. Mr*, Polk, Mr*. Hindman, Mr. I
I IMr 2 Meeting of Redland
with candelabra
and baskets of Miss Rose Bilello, MissGuerrlero Roa
B. M. Hindman, chairman Wynn; publicity, Mn. Becker, Home Demonstration Club In Com-
lower The
Mn. Ben Archer, Mrs. R. J.,Elliott centerpiece of the I Miss. Grade Torclle,
of, the annual bridge tournament i munity Church at 1:30: o'clock. bride's table was a three-tier; : Mils Helen ColembeilO; Fra
liven by the club for Its scholarship Bevo; social Webb,Mrs.Mn Webster Lonnie, Hood Mr*, Sept. 8 -Meeting of Art Club's I ding cake topped with a wed-I I Panno, :Jr. Jos. Orificl!, John.:Bllello .
fund, announced the rule forthe Minting clau in Chamber of Commerce bride nd bridegroom. and Frank Golembeikl.
toumam.nt'and: the committee Mr*.. E, B. Blackbura., Miss Margaret building at > a. m. I '. .- -. -- __ _
different tournament ,Ame* and Wr. TJ. Bleler.. -
for the
'- Two new members were voted Sept 27-Victory ball in Chamber IVNDAY'IICIIOL GROUP JA.\11811W, GIVUA

pupa wh In, Mrs Hugo VihJel1.' l4 Mr*. S. of Commerce building. PLANS PRESBT&R,41N, I OUB_ L ca oK.r ,
Everyone In, the"said to invite' "'" W .. .. } Sept. 30 Redland Woman's. Plans for the fall act ivitiee of Mrs frank Hauaman gavf. abridge

to play join bridge one, of she the four group Announcejnent, visa, made :'that Club tea at S o'clock. the >Presbyterian Sunday School runcheea at her:home;
social meeting of the Sept. 30-Meeting of Princeton were diacpased.at i meeting of the
for the aerie of three games and a. CIO rvKtll Kings Highway Tuesday, Mn. ]B
tome Demonstration Club'at homeof teachers and, officer* at the homeof
be held at the home.of Mn, Hlndn ;
the final game. The captain are Lieut and Mn W. L. SlY'eTuts4 M, Hindman..wade,the hlghi scgre
team Mr*. Frank Webb; n on Oct. 2 wb'e.n, Mrs.j Hted- Mn.: Ben Bitting.j I ;,
mjxed group group, Mn. Howard Johnson man,,, and b'1ry Reynolds. will, behostesses. Oct I-Meeting ot Homestead ,evening. Joe Hickson, Coven were laid' for: Mrs, W|
Jr E. Rheney, Mn. ,t"a. Brooks
assistant superintendent, -
;; men' group, Mn. Julian H. j P. T. A. executive committee.I I presided
Mrs. C J. Parma Mrs Lee Hi
sherbet cookie ,
Raspberry and
Oct. Meeting of Legion Auxiliary -
Webster and afternoon
; group Present were! Mr. and Mr*. J. Lehman Mrs. C. Haglef t Mice
served by the hostesses.2Ip'esent
8 30 o'clock.
Mn. Hindman and Mn. Paul Reynold in Legion hall at : ,
I besides hostesses and 2 Woodmen' M, Holferty, Lieut. and Mn. Sawyer Mrs. Frank; Webb; Mn. A. Mj
: i Oct -Meeting of
Mrs ).A. Ricks, the Rev Ceo., Logan, Mr1 Hinditiart and .t.irl
j Mn. Hindman were: Mr*. Green Circle at home of Mn W. D Coker. : .
The tournament will begin Oct. I H. Ricks and Mr. Hickson. Hausman.
Rives, Mrs Ruth L. Scott, >ln. Oct. Meeting of Art Club In
fl and end with the final game Thurman, Mr. Reynolds, |Irs., Chamber of Commerce building at }
t on Oct. 30. Ruehle, Mrs. Hood, Mn Johiion,I 9a.m. .,If,"" 1c$ ...., If..... ,.trla; Ut :a.nur.,. '11 i

Mr*. Bird announced the ap- Mrs, Becker, Mn. Archer, tin.] Oct Meeting of Episcopal -
: polntment of the following com- Elliott, Mn. Blackburn, Mrs. Mills, Auxiliary with Mn. Ralph King- Jack
t mltteei; education, Mn. Geo. D. Mn Moser Mr. Jas. L. Bird man at 3 o'clock. DIXIE DRUG I 'lPolk
; Ruehle; Mn. Geo. L. Polk, Miss Miss Josephine ,Cook, Miss Beh Oct. Beginning of 11llh'err' Johnson

I Lola Behrens; finance, Mn. H. G. rens and two guests, Mrs. \\K L.SaW'er lit) Club bridge tournament. Pborses so, sad. 1101
\ Thurman. Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs of.Homestead,and Mri S. Oct. 6.-Meeting of Homestead ,
t Jas. L. Bird, Mn. R. L. Becker,M. McGahey, of Deadwood, S'?. B. P. W. C. at 8 p. m. In Ctidmbe 'Pllrmd WITCH HAZEL;
I 6- of Commerce building.
> JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB :VOTES TO HELP Oct. Meeting C T. Wji\ at Produced For from discomfort best ST.d of tug Phi; M Qt
I I' home of Miss Mable Ruth POpe". 1 shrubs. ; 530
sins, bruise tt 290
; :WITH CHAMBER OF iQMMERQEPROJ ECtV .. Oct. 10 Work meeting of cep a >* Mower

Homestead Home DemonstrationClub. '
for victory was the them Buchanan and Mil Geraljine] M'Pound Puntet EPSOM All

i carried out Ja place cards and Reitz to serve a* the contest j;and I 1 Oct. IS-Meeting., of Monday;
decoration at the dinner meetingand I dance committee. f Music Club. :Extra refined for better flavor Quick, 25c :
effective laxative.
bingo party held by the Junior Members present weft: Mn Oct. 14-Business meeting of a 1eII WOOUCT FULL POUND, .
Woman' Club of Homestead R. J. Elliott, Mn Augustus' Wynn, Homestead Woman' Club.
Monday evening In Tapawingo' Mn. Fletcher Bryant Mr, $ar- Oct. 20-Meeting of Gleanersat
lane old Oxford, Mn. Ansel Barrow, home of Mr Ja*. Robert e f;
Mrs -J; A. !'roach.And Ben Mn. Stanley Wlttkop, Mn. Olin Oct Z3-HaUoween. dance in
*_ of ie' Redland District W'lght'MI'I. r.,. .{Proctor, Mn.
Chamber of Commerce building LA nD SIiAVI1 jCc Q ,;.. ,rt 75IV.
Chamber of Commerce aviation Burley Dandy, Mr*. Herbert turner
I committee told of proposed plan. Mrs.'Robert Glenn, Jr Mrs I IrS YINGLOTION, ... .. ,

to publicize the district by staging W. B. Caves, Jr. Mrs, I Bruce En- I STAG. SWING LOTION ................ :. 25c
a treasure hunt here for the ..'*,' nls, Mrs F, B:Greene, Mrs. Bird, .w.
national association of women: Mn. Buchanan, Miss Ellen Huff, If. ; I KLENZO SHAVING BRUSH, _...
pUofcs and asked the club to sponor MIa.WhJ ker.IQaa ,Iistitt,0the Gillette Thin

a beauty contest and dance to hostesses; and a new member* Mrs FOR MEN. who wont Biadt's
elect Miss Redland District who 1 W W. Allan. Mrs. raiding Ruff I hra'a's l .

yin appear in publicity: picture wufin; : SMOOTHER SHAVES Dl l a I des

and be one of the hostesses at the I \ For, ,a'soeth abases. get fop ..... :
20 .. ..
RRttTtt1llt.} :
"' '''' out attM ::: : 2k
Miami Ail-American Air Maneuvers. :: i
GLASSES > 1 1Te :> Whither RoxanDruf it a Stop. I ie11Z0, SbaY4 $.

The club voted unanimously to creams,, blades or '
comply; with the request and Mn.Ja : lotions 7os
*. L. Bird president appointed yo. n. .loaUnej*o-d( quliHaM full value and I av ndrlG S1ast __

Mina Pearl Whlta wr, Mr; *. E A [ ). invntitrALICE'S -, at economical the a..11 vale.eIdtal : eal .....
k metb oi I' \ I 's;"' '
Drug st Palen
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I .X01 -- :k'}ae: ',< aof Qreal3tlfolf33eiIRIN ; I
mm WICK '
d Dep iidb leir ':<.
sponsored by it. WenutB'i Club v ,
I I'I'A For relief of discomfort of misior'tf, g ,tandpains
hat returned her classes at the ;; : colds and aches due to wilds,fJ '
; Woman' Club Bldg. every I Y H nt M.4 ,'- 11_..... r this quick acting dependable aspiresi i'n
II i Thursday Pw.a..e W_ tt eeeilomical, too, a 7424 forgoVa .
: TOE TABALLETitAU.OOM I \ Dr. B F. Stcbbius [ i BEAUTV y

.. Mkt ; : I I.flitW Family Laxative iell ti piss
I DANCING r IV L W. Stebbins, PARLOR A big favorite aa a laxative In'rsvasgl
; : families because so mild and gwiOe. Sp.-
as fat si ettfe0 asses tetU : ft.-i:8t; flsaaiPbesw I 'Arras a.ta.sed 1 w tally liked by children, ritasaitu ftelTective.

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Friday September 26.1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page Nine

plane race and treasure bunt will the front license plate guard bar and above that appear the name !
be I feature. spanning the tops of the bumper Chevrolet In script FleeUine lathe
First publlt.ly picture In which guards and serving as a gUle Inscription on.the,models la t
Social EventsMRS. hilts Redland District will appear 'IUII'\-' that aeries. 1
l' I On aU body styles except the :
will be taken when three planet On the trunk, license light and ,
flown by Miami members of th.1 trunk )..ndl. have been revised station wagon appears a new body
belt molding of about the same t
women pilots' organization i la accord With the theme of massIveuesa -I
width as In 1841. Running full :
rive here about the middle of ,throughout The trunk
length along the lower half are i
ober and taxi over from the al'-l handle
and Its base form a shield
GEO. N. WAKEFIELD RE-ELECTED nicipal airfield for curb with the license lamp on top. three sharp-peaked raised Tibs. :

PRESIDENT' DEMONSTRATION CLUB at a near-by refreshment 'Projecting from each aside of this I Eye-appealing: color scheme ;
lishment In company with the shield on the Special Deluxe andFleptyiae
-- I I
Wawefield gifts to be made In work mayor of Homestead and wearing models Is .a widespread I
Mr. Geo. N. was mat > 'j
I a banner with the words "Miss lit wit
pair wings. Just above this
of the Homestead meetings, she said, may Include I M
re-elected lapel pins, sponge flowers, lunch.Redland I District on It she will unit the license plate Is mounted
Home Demonstration Club at welcome, the women aviators and I
eon sets, pine needle baskets,:'
meeting.held Friday In Jhe Future present them with baskets of fruit. 11
a laundry bags, bath mats and tied
This picture will be taken in time
Farmer clubhouse. Mrs. A. and dyed work. '
for publication in aviation NO SQUEAKS OK
magazines -
I). Smith was ".elected treasurer, The club decided to hold its
and Mrs.. Carl Anderson council regular meeting on the third Friday -i I before the Miami atrmallI I SQUAWKS!
representative. New officer are of each month at 1:30 o'clock.A euvers. I
Ninty-Nlners airplane race
Mr*. M. 1. Swan, vice-president, work meeting for Italian and treasure hunt will be held un- 1 We Lubricate Cars so they
.and Mrs. O. C Radford, secretary quilting will be held Oct. 10, she der the auspices of the Redland I stay greased-and patrons remain
Hits Eunice Grady, county I I pleased! Better Lubricants
said.Mrs. District Chamber of Commerce I
demonstration agent, spokeof Wakefleid urged all mem-
home. more care In Lubricating
and Is in the hands of a steering
plans for the ;year and demon. bers to turn in their record books, committee appointed as follows: hard-to-reach points, are the
strated garden methods. Christ- immediately. I I Mrs. E. A. Froscher, chairman.i iI reasons why! NO more, in

I Ben Archer, Mrs. Claude S. Allen charges, but wsy-y more, In
II MRS. W. B. CAVES JR., WHO WILL LIVE IN I I and Mrs. A. R. Livingston. I 1 money's-worth!
I Following talks made by Mrs.
I Froscher and Mr. Archer at a: TEXACO ONE -STOP
-- meeting of the Junior Woman's
Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr.. was A. Murphy the low score prize.j(Club Monday night, that club voted Math Krone Avenue HOMESTEAD FLORIDASMALL
given a farewell handkerchief Mrs. Augustus Wynn got the floatIng unanimously to sponsor .
shower Sept. IS at the home of prize. i tion of Miss Redland .Iee-\\
Mrs. Dexter Home by Mrs. Horne, Fruit salad and ice tea were!t I conjunction with, the Rotary and,
Mrs. Herman Thomas and Miss served. Lions clubs and to stage the dance
Ellen Huff. Mrs. Caves will Dreient besides those named I at which the final Judging will I
mow next Wednesday to Savannah were: Mrs. R. L Hobson, take place. Part of the proceedsof
where Mr. Caves Is em Ovid Sullivan, Mrs. W. W. the dance will be used to defray i t
ployed. Mrs. W. D. Home, Mrs. 1I4rS'1:incidental expenses connected with I
Mrs. R. J. Hester won the high Watson Mrs. Ansel Barrow, the contest and with the airplane,
score prize in bunco and Mrs. M. Olin Wright Mrs. Gordon race and treasure hunt '
Mrs. Labon K. Bishop, Jr.. Mrs.S. Judging will be entirely: on the:,
PRINCETON YOUNG, PEOPLE 1.. West Mrs. E. A. Buchanan I merits of the contutant For:
ELECT NEW OFFICERSMiss Mrs. Mollle Thomas, Mrs. Elmer the first time In the history of
Sullivan, Mrs. A. U Lanier, Mrs. ,the Redland District, no selling of I
Mary Crsuswell wa selected Russell Home, Mra. James Rob- !votes or tickets will enter into the\
president of the Young People'I erts, Mrs W. D. Perkins, Mrs. J. selection of a "beauty queen." !
I Clasp of the, Princeton Nazarene A. Saunders of Miami. Contestant will report to the,
Church at. meeting Tuesday; Those who sent gifts were: Chamber of Commerce building"
. .evening at the home of Miss Ethel Mrs. R. E. Sherard, Mrs. A. E. at 8 p. m. Thursday, Oct 2, for I, W Convenient;
Andean !In Naranja. Other offleers'"elected t .
Campbell, Mrs. Bruce Ennls Mrs. public appearance grooming by
were: Miss Ander- Richard Huff Mrs. W. J. Clark Miss Maryan Chadwick, assisted I
son vice-president; Miss Naomi and Mrs. Howard Johnson. by Mrs. Adrian Jacobs as piano I IaccompenlaL "
Home, secretary and Miss MarJorie I
'Murray, treuurer. I

The hostess served sandwiches,' BEAUTIESContinued CHEYROLET1

,cookies and limeade. 1W Now the small home can be built right from
Present were: Mrs. Clayton Un- I
derwood, Misses Anna Lou and ( from Page One) (CootMhtd from Paa seven) start to finish. It can be well designed. It can
Tfaelma Johns, Misses Eleanor aDd the Chamber of Commerce building tamps have been relocated Into
Marjorie Murray, Miss Marie Ma- on the night of Saturday, Oct. tbe grille proper. I be well constructed. It can Include modern
this, Miss Crauawell, Mks Home 11. Greater sturdineas is apparent
Bud Mathls, H. T. McDonald, John 5. Contestants will appear for Ia i the new bumper and guards,I conveniences.The .
Benson and the hostess. Judging in bathing suits. lor Increased depth makes the i
I Miss Xedland District, In addition bumpers appear more ouuifve, andIncreased
ME JOE TOWNSEND I to appearing in newspaperphotographs crow depth assures' small home has never been so usable-- -and;
and newsreels will greater assistance to impact
HONORED AT PARTTMrs. be one of the hostesses at the Miami Guards,, are a.e--designed toward, a livable, Home financing has never been so
L. S. Fitzhugb. gave a All-American Air more massive appearance and aa
shower at her home Wednesday of which the Man.uv..1,added feature" Is the relocation of practical for the moderate-income family.

afternoon for Mrs. Joe Townsend. :......................................-..'I"................-.-......._.....
Mrs. Frank Irwin and Mrs. ,
Townsend won prizes in the games I EAT FISH FOR HEALTH 1 The down payment may be as low as one-tenth

that were played. Home-node of the property valuation. One loan will,
ice, cream and cookies wereserved.
i AND ECONOMY ] take care of the remaining cost of a new home,

The guests were: Mrs Pete : I Repayment is made in monthly Installment. ,
Morgan' Mrs.:Emory, Davis Mrs
E. W. Booth, Mrs. 'A. F. Darling : Chesapeake Bay I out el your income. over ample time.
Mrs. Amos Westberry, Mrs. Ira .
OYSTERS qt. Spa pt 40c
\ King. Mra. Frank Webb, Mrs.Modess i

t tin, Mrs.Hester Cheiley, Mrs.E.Chas Saunders, Mart = WcctCeulMULLET 7 We Till help you to put through your application

Bin.: S..-L. Corday: Mrs. Byron Ib. )12M.-C and tOe for aa F. 1L A. loan.

\ Beam.Mrs. ,W. L. Smith, Mrs. J. ..
,.G.Lott, Mrs A. L. Brannon and Large OeeaaSHRIMP

,:' Mrs.Those Irwin.who sent gifts were: lb. 40c QRUNTS lb Joe I W. D. HORNE CO.

.Mrs. Dewey: Piles, Mrs. A. B. ? FRANK. SKILL Owner
KINGFISH n>. 25c
I PiUs, Mrs. J. A. Ricks, Mrs. L. L. fI
Carrington, Mrs. T. L. Hodges, Hardware Lumber and. Building Materials
I Mri. Ben Archer Mrs. Lawrence GROUPER, lb. lc SNAPPER lb. 2c( I I .......... tie. fhM M1J.fpr .

I. Smith and Miss Evelyn Pope. J ..

I 'The Reader Digest = Overseas Bait & Tackle Shop -

B Kreme AT*. a* Lacy SI :
I '7 Monti for $LN Delicious Home Cooking

V No S.Ui.ltin .. ...... 0.lr Dixie Highway Fish Market .
"IlL IL M. 'axosaarvc f '
s :7rQu'l:Ake'\ Tropical for
__..u.. .. >rl eee Ave. less Mt-J :
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I..............................................................-...-....: itststy. food its pleasant at
mosphere. Do come in soon.

PI.R.S.AKERSDENTIST. !i PALM CAPE' -:- Tropical Cafe

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Friday.. September 26. un THE HOMESTEAD IEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Eleven

.. Lieut. Mass Lois Behnna Will teach the
t Railey Marey

Homestead Girl ScoutsScribe Returns to II. II. S. classes formerly taught by Mrs !

:. jiyyl1Em) GULIS.: II Murphy. CLASSIFIED ]
,,,, "i;< Miss Virginia Frick of Homectetd I
/.Sf" < __._ Lieut. Bailey W. Macey, Jr. re. who was graduated from 11.l. ;\P21

received these points In first serve officer who has been on Stetson University In June. has RATE: Tin Insertion 104 a HIM;

Jl"l today: keep cool!, keep patient active duty for a year at Fort been made a permanent substitute Si a line

Knox Ky., Fort Wayne Detroit _
lying! down, look for hemorrhage teacher In Miami. I -- ------- -

look for Stoppage of breathing and Pine Camp, New York has T- -

wounds, burns fractures. dislocations resumed hU Inactive status U return NOTICE UNDER rirrrnots : :,,! FOR RENT
to his position In the Home-
poisons Be sure all InJu. NOTICE!: 18 HmMiY GIVEN that the _
rtel found. stead High School faculty wherehe anaVnlaiMl' dralrliti to oaiaie ,la kwlanaunorr FOR RENT: -4-Room Cottage with toe
to sell your
the' ftrtltknai
will teach junior high school screened-ln front and back
the different patrols demon.lb'lted.s TOURIST HOME intends to rwbwrW list with J. K. Dorn Cn"\ o SIX| !"
bus wteck and the history mathematics and geogra. Maw with, the Cork of the Commit, Court parallel, furnished or unfurnish
proper claIM Miami Fla. 2U Halcyon
of Daaa Counts', FlorMa.WM. ,
phy. In another month because d.Irene'Shank Palm
treatment for the Injuries H. SYKMl ave Arcade \>hone 1-24&3 (pn7)
\,' (patty Robinson rend the quali- I lot his year of active duty his >.. II. Oft. 8. l.. It. l'41) fc, ago Redland rd,, ;rlda City

: status will be that of first lieutenant 1 M l (po3)FDR )
flcatioos:; (or patro1leadenhip. NOTICE' i'NitKR FICTITIOUS I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,

1 .Eaclt member of the troop Is : Instead of second lieutenant. NAME LAW I as administrator, I am- ready to
of : Mrs Macey. the former Miss NOTICE: JI bVEN that UMlrlna RENT-4-room newly (urn.
to take a part minstrel sell the W. W. Green grove on
badge and present It to the troup :Betty Bow teacher of home economics Ross aixtor tt:fictitious to go.anaaa.. of In NirauM basis I lolled apartment Private bath Krome Road consisting of ape

from time to tlm. I in Homestead High School, Cub Suit Intends to _Ie... law laUaaaw bottled gas stove Reasonable
I ha with the Clark of the Circuit Court rate C. H Lawrence 102 N. proximately acres. All parties
Margaret Barnes was hostess serving as substitute teacher In .f Dade Caualr Fret/... I interested In or desiring to bid
Miami this .R. W Ut St. (AJZ-U)
year They are livingat A. AMAN
this week the home ,..... ... Ort. I. I*. 17. IMi) on this land will please see meat
Macey Krome
on road once. Don E. Ferrtyra Administrator .
FOR RENT Two-bedroom
NOTICE tiNniti FICTITIOUS and Halnlin drive. apart.
of W.
the estate
IMAMS LAW Mrs. Thomas Murphy has been NAME LAW I j"*' 1. all electric furnished, 8
r iXOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN that tkaaamlrMj. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai KMaibfaltiwd minute drive from Homeat.ad.P'ederal W. Green, deceased. (po3-
Miring t.* ......* la fcojrt.aaal transferred from the mathematics . Wlrla. to aian la t>a.l aiaaoVr ,
wufcr the flctltaaa Maw of VENR. !department of Homestead High the rMUtowj aaaw af PINK RIDGK. highway & Biscayne HOMESTEAD-Five
T1AN WOOD YARD Monte .. rattatar latoaaa to mlaUr the most .._, with the drive Modello. Mrs. Eva Col- acres
mid .._ with the Clark of the ClnuH School to a similar position in Clerk ., the CIlt Cooort of Dade County. half glade, some fruit trees nice
cannot of Dada CownM Florida. i Miami Edison High School. ,........ lint. shade, small house reconditionedand
.. ,... 19. ... On .. electric bath
; .( Oat t, It. 17, IM1) NOTICE UNDER I FICTITIOUS ; It. 1041) painted light,
NAME LAW FOR SALEFOR tub and Inside toilet, septic tank
NOTICE POt .._ .... water system ready to be con-
I TAX DEED-Plla IIMlt 1. doubles to aficara. In a_iaM
Hotfr .h .testis (Ina that Th. Mainnlla under Ih. fknltloai aam al Al 'S BERVKB -, i6yyoHoaltht SALE-I9S1 Chevrolet nected. garage Price $1500
Ceaiaanr. holder aa aailffw H Rv.rrlad STATION. Intends I* mri.br said '' Coupe good value. Overseas U 'ACRES-Includes S acres fruit
Dnlaara Di.trtrt Tai Certificate Naiaarrril aaaM with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
MIT d.t.d the Ilk day of Aaiaal- of Dad County ,. Motor' Co., Ford dealer, Home trees (230 Valencia oranges, 138

S< D. 102R. ka. tiled mid c..tlfl.," laHI W. w. HASTINGS' I ;stead: ', (alo- miscellaneous) enclosed with
CS.pt. U '4. One. I. II. IOU
office. ..d ka mad apphratlna Inc : .. ) '
las .deal lo lasu theN.. hi ftaeordaacM with -NOiil E tINDER- 'IrTITIOI' CARPENTER TOOLS = Completeset $250 fence, 10 acres Is scarified,
lost BaM. Crtirirata aaibraoai the I,,llwtat NAME LAW with 290 holes blasted for trees,
cheap. Cottage rear Me-
onrrlhM .
prnparlr Situated hi Pad.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the 10 wells rent cottage lathed and
Coantv, Florida towfllLnte .._1...... dmlrini lo engage la b.iilnrwunder Crory *. (p26). ,
II. 14 and II. Rlk I. Bounn lllPark. .. the flnltloin nama of MODERN plastered, toilet and shower: $350

Plat Dnnlr state I.of at'o PlnrMa.. Incntrd C. BEAUTY SHOP ,lnl...... to rwUlrr th. ) JOHN DEERE Mowing Machine- garage: nIce drive to house! limd-
PCounty. aid ....> with the Clerk of
,... "-.at of ..hIem the I..I' ,, In
nednr' Court of Dad County Florida. usable condition 2500. seeped with plants' and vinesOwners .
Mw nU. Ortirimla laiiiH .....
In the
aria '
af Ellathrlh!: D....... Union mod, OrtlflF LULA W. MEYBrMftrpt Overseas Motor Co., Ford dealer valuation $4278 Will
.h.1I ... rdrmd aocordine tn law. t.e ( 1t l t, Ore I. 10, Iii) Il/hll/ IN QI "," '!tONE Homestead (a 1-tf) take $3.000-wants all (.1I h.
Ind will tu" thereof. the Bind IA
on Jay of
O edw A. D. last. NOTICE PITITIOI'8NAME Il 26 ACRES-Includes 10 acre deep

Mead this lath day of September. A. D LAW FOR SALE-Fordson rear axle, glade that will grow potatoes 10
1.41. NOTICE II HKHkllY GIVENodonlnMl that the tractor trailer plow double
; F. B. LEATHERMAN-krk I "" dnlrliic lo rann ,la bwinow ADJUSTMENT acres shallow glade 6 acre high
.f ClwullfWit Jad Countr PWId. under till fktitluu- .._ .r IILlM' BODY disk, honey extractor honey Jan pint land: <4 Clrnilt. Court Mall t SHOP Intends .. mrter mid ...... with CONVINCES Call tint of week H P. Andrea- I
Re N. c STPBurrr, D c. !the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada repair, electric lights; on good

Y Itrvt. II, tl Ort I. la IT, IfHIlKoriri i Count Hoi-Ida A. R. MFYBEH The reason Chiropractic! obtains ion Cooper rd. (pa-22) highway: can be made very attractive

i.wn... FICTITIOUS (Sept._II. II_Oct. I. II. IMII__ __ quick results 1s because It goes FOR SALE-Che\rolet I'" .ton I Price reduced from

NOTICE IS MAMa HERESY I.AW GIVEN that tlwadnalrnnl NOTICE UNDER r'"ITIOI-- directly to the seat of dl tren. truck Overseas Motor Co, Ford $2,100 to $1.700 and Is well worth

I d..lrln< to *.....* I. business I NAME LAW A single adjustment Is frequentlyall I dealer Homeitead i28tf) .. it
and r the flnlitai mom, of HOMr8Tr NOTICE IS MhKMlY GIVEN that tkaundanlanrd H. A CAMERON
HABERDASHFRr. Intends to ..../.'..- mid l dtvirlnv to "nan@ In business that Is necessary You ,'ill FOR
..... with! the Clerk> ** the c'r"'l CouI't under the drtltloua name of RFMINUI be amazed at how your system' SALE-Baby gulneat-3 ,Phone 72 Homestead
I d Dada County. PlorMaW HOTEL Intends lo righter laid some wild will respond how much better I months old. SOc each Helen (s5-28))
W. WITTKOP the Clerk *f the Circuit Court of Pad
E. A. DUCHAI'IAH County. Florida will feet, after undergoing your Whiting Ferreyra Roberts road
$800"II.. I'. lot. t. 10. lUll 'I HURRKU. L. JOINER first Make Just north of Avocado drive. I For Prompt Action
(' ". II. 1. Oct. IK. 1141)R. adjustment an appointment "
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NOTICE : List Your With
hNAPR FICTITIOUS ___ now. aU) Property
NAME LAWn 1M COUNTY JIIDGII'8 cOI'a I A C. Baume, Associate'
t NOTICE w ,. .
HERESY GIVEN that the Dude C..t Florida
.adwi/vim.). <...1.'.. lo ".... In business Ha. 0..1 I HOCKS 1934 WMOUTH Coach O\'ersea. Warren Lehman Realtor
_" the '''tlt_ "."". '" HIGH_ ., btatoof Charles W. Hopa -... Motor Co. Ford Home. 2302 Ponce de Leon, Coral Cables
WAY lIF.hVICE STATION and ZEKK NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MARK (:30 to 12; S to UIF.D CA.h8. intends to setter. laid' Rumors APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIH('HAKOK.N stead. s26-tf) (pnS-19)

c.u.ta'with the' ? Sda01 tho Circuit Court 01 Dude mr .final*tr. la repel hereby and Ivan petition that for I hove Final filed Durham ", Tuesdays: '30 to 12, 2 to I 30 PAPAYAS 8c a pound. Mn. Keltl j

t tEKX H MARTIN ai Administrator of the =late of. Jackton, US S. W. 2nd at. WANTEDEXPERIENCED
** "*" :T IIARTIN Catering W. Pace, darraanf and that andthe I Sundays by Appointment Homestead ( j
I mlf-tf
<800"- II <. 0.... I. 10. IMI ) Kith dar of Si.Umhar. IHI will anrlr ) ; nurse and house-
I* tka Hnnurabl W, T Klanl..a. County
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME Judge of Dad County. KlorMa. for approval ,'OR' SALE Itopicn plants, i1trui : I keeper See Lyon Bros or phone
TO WHOM LAW of Mid final upon and for finaldkx4iar Dr. R. J. ElliottMcCrory trees and tropical fruit IBaeason. J I S06J (ps26))
IT WAY (CONCERN ai Administrator of the fatal of
Notky. II hereby elvers that the Charts W. H.Pa, doe d. Jungle Grove Redland..
nknn.C Junu.nt to the "rktittet and..1 This: lath day at August 1641. I Arcade road and Plummai drive. NOTICE!: OP APPLICATION
!tarot. How. R/11 Na 1176, . IRA C HAYCOCK.Adenlnl.trsbor TAX DrtlU..plto IlltaNl
daas Lee, of Florid.. "n. ..III . of the' ...... of Ch... WHop Phone 2611VHOMESTEAD. I ,. (. hereby lloan Ihi M.ttlt W
with the Cl.rh of as" Chesil Metek .. Itoorairo'Aul I II 1836 FORD 4-door sedan Overseas M,x r*,. ht.I.trr .. assignee .* Coy ,J Hialeah C>
end for Dad County, I C.at to. I ( II, Srpk .' a, It. it, ...I.| FLORIDA Motor Co, Ford dealer T.. (-'UII..... NumWml I".. I<'tr4 the
upon e. ,
SR.of M tho puhlk.llon _. -- .lh dar of 101,. A. I). IM. ha I" ..l modCrtlfleate

HOMESTEADfI irKOTICB ..III..,.' _m. .. of h'....thle..'lwklh . vvvvvvvvvVTTTTTTTYVTTFTCEXPERT = .................................... Homestead (c28-tf) 1 It In tat mr office deed ,to and k.w bar,"tad'...-.aa.lilcilbHi la.

I am emm.M In bus/ewe, .1 ..,...... FOR SALE Furniture. cheap ,accfnUne with .law Said lrlit. ,ml. .m*
e. booth Knmo A...... bracM the llowlni aWrrlhrri nn l ilr sill
In the City 0' for rath Mrs. E .. .... .
8..d. 1'100101. R. Anderson I I u> In l da C. ". Fkirlatoil
That the Party 1.._.... In amid buein.e Does Your Car Have i N. W Ut at & lit ate. (po3) I Lot II Black 1".H. H........ 1',110, Adrflillan .
tnaerprlam. .he m '011_ t : i la the City of Hlalmk t,untr. of n.da,
J. O, WYNN' Own.. ; ; Sate of FlorId..
Dad In H_ wa. rd, SAVE $25nn Ford cur or I TM' a-.etmnt of amid prnrory nadir
Polarity, rhr.
1011. Any of truck: Phone 500.J26tt) I tlia laid Certificate Wed wa I In Ih. namof
.(.M i"r. :: Attortl... : Un....... tithes mid Orllfi-. ..."
: Sept, I. 12. 1.. .e. note I. 1f.1. BARBERING I I he Mwmd ar.nrdlna to lawn.s tee deed
:'-t LOANS will low Ikrmm on the" tied l, y of CM
: I'I\/D. These Faults? A. I 4I.
,'. FICTITIOUS 'i I"t: 'th':; . .
_"NOTICE HAMS LAW LOANS TO BUILD, MODtRNIZt talk. day vi ... mbnr A, D.
18 HEREBY 1941.
"""ndf-...... doe'lrlnv to GIVEN anaac. 'hol I. hul the. 1 .1 1 REPAIR Residential, Grove K. M. LEA TM Y.R"A N t9erk
"der tho f/tt tle,. nom, of Htt4..d __ HAIRCUT ....?.. 40c and Business Property 4 Clrr.lt Court, Uada CiMMy. H"rkta.tClrcuW .
Rtins" Calls,, la.d.. ... __ Court aWI IBr
fla Mid ....... \rIlk the CIot'r of the From $30 to IS,COO-from t mo. U N. C. STFHRFTT. n C.
CI. 40c'
9ult Court of Mdr C-.tr. F7.y1.. SHAMPOO....... Lacks Power and Speed? S years.Va .t.:.II !s. Oct. S, lot 11.: IMII

.1- I... lall.A.Lr9llD. C :'T ET. :' Down P.yment-No Red Taw I -
M oat "*" MASSAGE....... 40c Hard to Start SMALL.MONTHLY PAYMENTS WANTED: Representative lo look

alter our magazine subm-flptlon
1200 for 30 mo/.-Repay $<3B mo '
Vies Too Much Caa
Interests In Homestead and vicinity
DR.M.A.BERGERDentist (500 for 38 mo,-Repay I1J.87 mo
family ,orders
BUSH'SBARBER '" Vibrates or Rna roach? $1,500 for 80 mo.-Repay $32.Wnto Every
,.a supscrlptioiu Hundrt4x of dollars
Sh.ulal1and Ne Pep Asi for FREE Estimates: are spent for theirs mach fall

'i. : Without Oblliation and winter In this vHln: (ti. Instructions -

LOANS be secured Modernhe and equipment free
ti Office Hours : can
8:3-.1:30( I i e and Repair LEASED OR Guaranteed lowest rsvoi on all

ftMn EvealaA br ApBolntmrnl SHOP MORTGAGED Property periodicals, domestic:and foreign *

Drive Into and We abo have FHA. LOANS lot 1 'Represent .the oldest

First National Bank KROME AVE. our garage Homes, payable) month magazine agency In Wie United

1\ I N. i have the engine SCIEN. er;l 20.23 ars." I States. Start a growing and

>.i" nuiJdinJ' Le supply your BUILDING permanent business In whole or

;i i AAAAAAL. %A AAAAA A AAAA" AA, A a: TIFICALLY TESTED with .-. N&;EDS. PromfcROOKE Se c\'8ce. spare time Addrei* MOORE-

:. COTTRELL, tnc, Naples Road,
ear new SUN: MOTOR i LUMBER co.
Phone 62 homestead Tla North Collection New York.

.1 TESTER and see for yeari T, (sll-29)( .
Do You HaveA MOTH op AI''UU're..

self what li needed to pat K-t. I.AMt BKSD. ."out.... )TtTURlNO< ; WANTED WgHsvnuol
... ... rime barf O. la*
FURNITURE PROBLEM? Mar* Larll* /teem ofCopof snot grade school lubjecta.
it la tint etaas opera .. \ .Dab-Maa>kra4
!.*,,, *M* the at* tr at Jam A. 0.ISM Mrs. H, J. Armstrong, A. B.

We mill be glad to help solve it whether it cwdJUwa aaa riM good Cartirtaaai, at mr d. Plummer drland Country
you ,
flee,' aa4 kav aMov . .. tax La
theirhole house occasional piece. deed to IBM* tkaraaa is we with Club road.
concerns or an
Preston B Bid Motor (0.' law- Bald CarUfMwtk ea.MS the Cal.lewlam .
drrHhed p..p.etp, ott.m.d In DW will boa tkarao O* the Kk day of Oa-
c.-q. PIooIdo, ...w5t1Lt loans A. D 141
S th-Graves. Furniture Co. { South Kreaae Are. T*. M I\ ..- a..... 4"", Tumbled FIN-11 Plus Listed this Ilk aWr *f 5.e.h.a. A. IK
sawass t4, Fees n. .. 1M CJttr ., ._.. 1141.I .
O..y of -. d -. IL a. LEATNt MAN.
OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY no. ttrm..S d red pa.peell ..... : c--C..rt Daft .erp: f:::".
Phone -248-J Homestead I Cantf lax* fcaaad waa la UM **m* *l.taana (Cle.aa.
;:om- -. Data" MM c-tI.... ..... c.--a: : !! .. PARKER D. 0.
L......."..............."-"." be. r d..a..d a.eeedl_ hi low. te.deed .(..... u. .M. as a o. a I" 'It




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; Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday September 26.1941 :

road such a* baa not taken placeIn National Park MoviesTo land District Lion Club in:, the
98th Birthday of Miss Frances Lewis
Lion Den at Silver Palm pest
I 35 yean. Neighbor! are planning o
I Lions
Be Shown to Tuesday night *
Celebrated Friday With Open House a gigantic street dance on
I| Prepared by the photography division ,
the section of Redland road near
Motion picture of the national of the Ford Motor Co., the
HIM Frances Lewis who M year her pioneering aunt some thirty the Lewi and Fitzpatrick borne film will be shown through
park of this country will be the
.go' MW Queen Victoria Jay the years ago end met the'mart the Miss Lewis was born in Alford, courtesy of Walter Weiss who represent ,
shown at the meeting of the RedlUIki
cornerstone of the famous naval shortly afterward England She was about eight the Ford Motor"
tnarr00ls """""""" """"""""""""" Co. in
dock Grlmilcy England, held Friends Whom" yean old when ihe wa taken to I Homestead, John,..w W. ,program
pen home at her home on Red- over period of a.year carne and I Grim/ley to see Queen Victoria Lewis migrated from England : chairman of the Lion dub,
land road Friday In celebration of went during the day, leaving behind dedicate the great naval dock .to Canada 83: year ago with announced
tier oath birthday them flowers fruit, .candy. Her grandfather fought with,,Nelon her parent ,She later moved to I
Acting Jointly In the role of hot- and otMrsmr1! in the British navy. Her great Michigan, and it wa from Michigan
tea was her nice, Mr R. H. Two yean hence when she baa grandfather founded the family aha,came to Florida in 1M8
Tltepatrick. who M a vacationing reached the century mar i nlyere fortune at the Inventor of.the. clay and became one of the tint home, i:= I
chool teacher came here to visit will be a celebration on K diand- pipe. teaden of the Redland District


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