Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00510
 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: October 3, 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: VID00510
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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UnlvervGalne : THE HOMESTEAD
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LEADER- Serving Redland
Pioneer Tabloid ENTERPRISE District Since ,

Weekly 1911!

iVoL 30-No. 39 Homestead, Florida, Friday October 3. 1941 Price 5 Cents

Canning Plant Building Asked :

Of FSA by Local Market Board :


Of Miss Redland District: '


WINNER GETS Joyce To Prepare Advocates Against Youth War Movement Aftermath .I AVAILABLE FOR STATE'S USE ;

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$25 TOWARD Aftermath of war is often-worse t-for we have seen that this resultsin 1'- THE WEATHER ;Nearest Citrus Canneries
Now at Braclenton
I than war itself and we must b-gln I regimentation and leads to Official weth-report of the and Ft Pierce

to plan now to prevent a repetition I dictatorship." Subtropical Experiment Station,
I challenge the minister and
WARDROBEContestants I of the chaos we experiencedfollowing [,church worker to found this I Homestead. Florida. TOMATO SHORTAGE
World War I, said William ,.. ..... :
'youth movement In their Sunday i D.I. l 11 'Mid. I lUln 1:
D. Joyce, Dade County pun schools and churches. Young Sept, SS .. .1 I 90.68 3 .971! 15 MILLION CASES
I chasing I agent, speaking before the:I'people should be encouraged, to(Sept. 26 .:; 00 i: 70 I
Make First Redland District Lions Club, think and plan fearlessly for the Sept.27 89 73 i Grapefruit Men Net Only

Appearance in Park Tuesday night "Otherwise we future on a basis of Christian Sept. 28 88 74 I : 20 Cents After Upstate -
Tomorrow may find that he have won a war (Continued on Page Ten) Sept 29 88 1 74 :30.08; 0,25 1 Haul
( and lost out country." Sept. 30 84 1 73 :30.02' 0.48 I;

Oct. 1 [ 87 74 29,99, 0.17.
t nEAUTYQUEEN Unless we mike the effort to |
TO BE The Farm Security Administration -
provide for the future, we may FIRST
AIR RACE SHOWING I IOFJ942iONTIAC will be asked to
HOSTESS find ourselves headed toward slav Redland P. T. A. to Have erect a
trY.Just a* many,countries of Europe building at Florida City State j
'To Be Chosen.by. Out-o-: h** *b ea.. enriaved* J* :,, afet l'8: : Farmer*'.Market to house a tom1"'
.. Area Judges at Dance stated.' :' :. 'pt* outfit of canning machinerythat \
The Redland Parent-Teacher
Saturday Oct. 11 We must have a plan of action, AT P. B. BIRD CO. is now lying Idle In storage
I and t believe' should concen Association will present a safety at the market.

Thirteen girls from various trat| on some youth movement asa ,program In the school auditorium With the secretary of agrlcul- ,>

of means of developing thinkers First showing of the 1942 Pon- 'Wednesday evening at I o'clock, ture announcing that a nation y
parts the Redland District are I '
shortage of 13
who take million casesof
with courage can over
tiac announces Chas. L. Ocley, safety i
entered in the contest to select aMiss leadership the future I am models in Homestead Is In [canned tomatoes exists due to ,

Redland District to welcome opposed to. a youth movement progress this week at the showrooms chairman. needs of the defense forces, and
advance visits of officials and I dominated by the government, of Preston B. Bird Motor '"To do our belt work In the.'with growers of this section oblig.

other representatives of the Nine Co., South Krome avenue at Fifth s j[great defense program, Americans'I feed to transport their citrus to

ty-Niners, women pilot organisa 1942 Fords Displayed street should think safety and act in accordance -j either Bradenton: or Fort Pierre :;
lion which la promoting the treasure Although this Is a yen; when with the accepted rules for canning, the market's executive -
hunt race to Homestead on Bv Overseas Motor Co. proveinent are least 1m-I of safety," laid Mr. Ooley In announcing .' committee decided at a meeting '.
the first day of the Miami All- Pontiac engineers and the event. "Attend this Monday night that no more "
:American Air Maneuver tn Jan N<-y Ford models for 1942 went I men have restyled the appearanceand meeting and learn how to time should be lost in setting In
uary. on display this week in the showrooms added several worthwhile vent accldenta pre-j operation the canning machinery
Since Miss Redland District will of Overseas Motor Co. mechanical Improvements to produce saw a life In an .merlencf" I which has been stored at the mar.
also be a hostess at the air maneuver Walter H. Weiss owner of the: a line of can for 1942 that Tom Wood of Miami, safely chairman I ket since its construction. The .
In Miami and will be expected :- company, has promised to describethe are worthy successors to the of the Florida Congress of I assistance of L. L. Chandler,
to attend the various social models In detail in next greatest year In Pontiac history. Parent and Teachen, will talk chairman of the United States Department ;
functions given In honor of the week's issue of the Leader-En Styling which Pontiac Intro- horn and of Agriculture defense .
= (Continued on Page Ten) terprise. (Continued on Page Three; on'o Page Two fartl (Continued on Page Twelve)

I' Brewster's Armor Seen Check* to Blitzkrieg Slaughter 11 11Bullet. '

-proof, shock.absorbing hammer swung by a husky man. with calves The armor was plac- vibration that wires must absorbIn 'sought to find the points of the

body 'armor that 1* not undulycumbersome Body armor was gradually discarded -I ed against the side of the calf and carrying high voltage electricity -J'skeleton that would take up the 1
after the fourteenth century an army rifle fired at 30 yards Thereafter wire became the shock of a terrific I Impact at any
fatiguing has been
or because of the everIncreasing with a velocity of 2,200 feet a bails of his experiments in physical :anile and distribute it so evenly 1
perfected by Dr. GUY Otis firewater -
velocity and weight-Impact of second. Two of the calves fell shock absorption. Spongerubber (that the wearer of the armor could I
of Homestead who, at the request .1
bullet The thlckneia of steel down when the bullets struck the clothand felt pads becamesecondary {maintain his equilibrium. On the '
of the chief of ordnance of
required to prevent piercing of the armor, and one calf staggered but materials to be used In I ballistics of the 'problem he again /
the State Navy, on July
I armor made it too burdensome kept its feet All three calves conjunction with a skeleton had the collaboration of Hudson ,
1, 1940,
began a year's develop.
died within a week. A cow was framework of wire. Maxim.
and unwieldy to the wearer, and 1
ment of armor which he bad worn I
before machine gun fire In January the bullet impact often bowled then tried, with the same result The apparatus he designed, a The earliest model of Brewiter! I
Of lilt. him over and knocked him unconscious Autopsies showed deep congestedareas steel spring wire frame covered' armor was bolted together sad 1
This It' streamlined on the field of battle. in the organ In line with' with padding, worked. la te.tsl presented a V-ahaped front. In
armor a
adaptation of a crude but effective Dr. Brewiter, .jtlll hale, hearty iter'said.Padding the projectile .1 Impact, Dr. Brew made in It IS, dogs and goats pro tens made at Frankford arsenal

body shield which In 1118, after and mentary; alert at the age of, tected from rifle fire by armor I I near Philadelphia, armor-piercing
.|>. Brewiter bad worn It before 72, was practicing medicine In' of the 'armor with felt lined with this wire shock absorber -[I bullet failed to penetrate that armorplaU. 1
rifle marksmen brought him an New Jersey and New York in 1110 padding and sponge rubber was did not even suffer organic .
after: of 1100,000 if be would per- when he first became InterestedIn then tried, but with no better rem Injury or nerve shock from the The &ext step was to have some
bit himself and his blueprint to the use of body armor for modern mil Impact of the bullet. one'wear the armor under rifle
be transported to Germany oa the I warfare. As physical training I Shortly after confining his medical So Successful were Dr. Brew.step's ..flu. The armor committee of the
aupenubmarn Dentschland. The director of De Witt Clinton High I practice to eye, ear, nose and experiments that they at-1]|'I American Council of National Research -
.German agents,. Han Tauscher: ,School of New York City he bad throat diseases Dr. Brewater was traded the attention of army flioerrat -(' of which Dr. Brewiter had
tWolfl von Egle and the later-no- 1 already experimented with methods I called to treat aa ailment JohnP. low'Flckatinny AraenalI been made vice-chairman, tried I

torius Fran von Paaen, were told and apparatus which would Holland,,th* sweater who perfected *. 118, when war clouds were]I during 16U to enlist volunteer !
tolltely but firmly by the quiet prevent shock due to blow em tits modem submarine. The I growing darker In the United]for such Uils, but without sue- f
Hew Jersey; physician that hi* Invention the head and body. I two experimenter became fast State, be was asked to concen-l{oaas. An appeal was made to then
was to be placed at the From inventions of this nature friend and spent many hour together I trate.lots efforts oe the Invention I',governor of Nsw Jersey for per-
disposal of the United State he went naturally to experiments: in Holland' laboratory- of helmet and body armor that miser to use prisoner who were
What make possible the re- with body armor. I workshop. would be bullet-proof, yet per :awaiting the death penalty, with
'Vlval of body armor to Dr. Brew In 112, with the collaboration Tinkering among the submarine,mit the soldier to take the oftenslve. ,1''pardon a* the reward for the emu
ster's device which absorb the of Hudson Maxim Inventor of expert' electrical devices one The doctor agreed and went!! I i who would volun
Jdcmned: awn
hock and vibration of machine smokeless powder and coInventor day, the doctor'was suddenly tm-||:to work. He studied the structure<
i gun bullet Impart-found to Jje of the machine gun Dr. Brew pressed with -eatzatlon) of the''of the turtle and the armadillo teer. Fear of public erttleUm,
equal to a- blow from a sledge| iter conducted impact-shock tests tremendous amount of shock and I I nature's armored creatures. He i{I (Continued on Page Ten)

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the Rev. George H. Ricks. J. K. Dorn Reports Arthur Viccellio Dies |I Tourist: "Do many stranger set }

CLOTHING DRIVEOFUONSCLUBTO I Teachers to be installed are: Sale of Seven Groves After Long Illness tie around here?" '

for the Bible class, J. M. Holfetty; Tourist Home Proprietor: "They

,,young people's classes Lieut W.! Chang of ownership of seven Arthur Viccettlo, 71, died Friday I all settle. An' them without no'I
L, Sawyer and Mrs. James Nes-I' residence In Downer Palms more baggage than you have got
Redland District at his
,bitt; boys' class, Mr. Ricks: girl! grove In the I long Illness. have to settle in advance."-Path
within the past two months Is reported No. 1 following a
BE MADE SUNDAY classes Mrs. Holferty and MissVirginia finder.
I by J. K. Dora of Miami, Funeral service were conducted .
I Frick; children's classes, Funeral Home Saturday ,
grove specialist, who made the at Turner vvvtmvvts tt m n nY'
Mrs. J. A. Ricks and Mn. Sawyer.
the Rev. (;eo.
tale Hit report follows: i iI afternoon by .
Plan in complete for the Red.;i,erfn'c: will serve as iup-i I H. Ricks. Cremation followed in
'' J. J. H. Kitchen has purchased the
land District Lions Club annual in the absence of Miami
W, Irwin. D. P. Blake, secretary: 31-acre Anderson grove on the old EXPERT-
old clothing drive Sunday after I Born In Chatham, Va, Mr. -
will be assisted by Charles Behr- Dixie highway near Bauer drive.
noon. I came here nine years ago
Clothing obtained In this cam-:,[ens. I| Dr. Jose Navarro Is now ownerof as a retired paint contractor. H* BARBERING
'! A new handmade linen communion the 10-acre W, T. Cunninghamgrove
will be taken to Homestead leaves his wile Novella; two
:-n and Perrin schools I I cloth a gift of two members on Halnlln drive, and Mrs.,'daughters. Mn. Frances Carneyof
where It will be distributed by theParentTeacher of the church will b* used H. Sootln Is owner of the 20-acrc and Mrs. Wm. i s
i I Coral Gables Haircut......_... 50c
Th church school will celebrate Tennessee drive formerly
associations of the grove Cox of Norfolk, Va.; a son, J. H.
respective tchoolf. I I rally day with a special programat owned by Mrs. Cunningham, Mr. :Viccellio of Homestead; and lour Shave "."..... ....25c
Chairman R. J. Elliott hat assigned ' 10 o'clock directed by Mrs. J. Corn reports. ,grandchildren.

the following Long to pickup I I W.1i.rw\'Ht\ ; i I! J. Higgins has purchased from Shampoo (plain) 40c<
bundle In the Homestead and attendance In the Mrs. Seymour Dane IS acres on I!
florid City area: H. G. Thur-'''history of the school anticipatedfor the corner of 'Krome road and Blackburn .Preside ,Shampoo (Fitch) 50c =i:

nun J R. Graves, Wm. Allan,'I( these services, says the pastor, Halnlin drive.Pedro i j I At 4-County Meeting
J. O. Douglas U K. Bishop, Jr Mates of Cuba has purchased I I Massage ...-.....-. 50cBUSH'S i
H. E. Cooper and R. J. Hettcr. P. T. A. Will Install 10 acres of pine land on I E. B. Blackburn, Homestead :

The Redland section will be Public Address System Bauer drive; Frank Morgan, the High School teacher of public '
canvassed by Lions H. K. Kendall 10-acrt" Hall grove on Halnlin I II .speaking'and president of the .
R. R. Klnard. G. H. Fitzpatrick I I drive; and John Havlland, the Dade Classroom Teachers' Association
J. F. Hammett, J. A. Rotherham The Installing of a public address -, three-acr W. Johnston tract corner ,t win Introduce the ..peak.i BARBER.

and C. A. a...,. J. H. Cadway I system In Homestead High i iI I, on Waldin drive and the Dixiehighway l i era today.at the annual Fellowship f :
School will be the project of the I Miami
will be In charge of collecting In Day observance
Naranja; W. p. Cash In Princeton .I I Homestead P. T. A. this year, the (sponsored by the association and i SHOP
committee decided I
D. E. Baihor In Goulds, and, executive I participated In by the teachers of
C. B. Wlthauer In South Allapat-,I Wednesday afternoon* I Ministers Will MeetIn I Dade, Monroe.. FIlm Beach and i N. KROME AVE. '
If _the will be
I possible system Redland TuesdayThe
Uh Gardens, while J. S. Peters! Broward counties.
t extended to include the elementary
and J. E. Doolittle will cover the I All pupils In the four counties i. .

Fcrrlne-Peters territory. : school, also. Redland District Ministerial ,will enjoy a holiday today. :uasue"" .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .... .. ..aOffl
I The committee voted to give $50
Mr. Elliott asked that residents
Association will hold an Important
to, the school band and $23
high .
who do not wish to stay home I
business meeting at Red-
until a club member calls on Sun. I to the library.Announcement. 'I
land Community Church Tuesday
made that NOW
day leave bundles on the front was Mo. OWS.T 1 1I
the membership drive will start morning at 10:30: o'clock. A covered . 9mr.ra n,[
porch or wherever else they ere
Oct IS.Body. dish luncheon will follow !
would be easily available.REDLAND Wives of the members attend ,1a WAY Y01/. .[Y ripe[
I ,
l .
the meetings sore fM. ere
.u.n. nww
I'. T. A. of Iii L. Barnard : ve,,ear row rrerr.auwt.w .awt n,[

Buried in Georgia I oucsac an.wr rH .ep "s?na..n.,.
I : meeting Wednesday noon In Legion
I ;
(Continued from Page One) hall. reev mvvna for wwn..e I, f
The body of Hershel Lawton Fred for commissioner i I II
R. Whit of Miami, manager of ran county e
Barnard, 81, who died In a Miami i
his and
the Miami A. A. A., on problems I of "county" was
of the road. There will also be a hospital Saturday was sent by not only elected but also was
sound picture of the Ford Good Turner Funeral Home to Glenvllle made chairman of the board. H*
a.., for funeral services and
Driven' League and community .described the political activity of
singing.A I burial The body was escorted the delegates at Boys' State, which.Umul.te.
by Mrs. H. 1. Barnard of NaranJa. I
of the
parent study class will meet I the workings
half an hour before the general Mr. Barnard cam to Dade various political units of Florida son
I County 12 years ago from Tittnal from city to state.NEWT. .
meeting, announces Mrs. Herman I
County, Ga. He leaves a daughter I j
H.lnjeln, the Red-
Mr Lucille Reed ,
enr:5 Gladys of
land association.I C, F Rob ELECTRIC RANGE .
Naranja; three brothers, Vernon, I
inson Is chairman of the class and

Principal Carl Wagner will direct Carl Glenvill and; and William two sisters Barnard, Mrs.of G. BALL / afrwdtaa i tat 00". I

the course.Church .
Eagle Bacon and Miss Fannie

Barnard also of alenvllle.I NOTARY PUBLIC
Will InstallTeachers : i iI

on Sunday Fred Hobart Describes $119'5 .m, ,

I Boys' State to Rotes Fire Insurance and I ,

Teachers of the church school I ,
of the Homestead Presbyterian I. Fred Hobart, Homestead High
Church will be installed at the School student who attended the I

11 o'clock service on Sunday Oct ;annual Boys' State at Tallahassee 1 SS N. KTMM Ave.DON'T THERE'S no reason In the ,New
ter Cealury
8, which Is world-wide communion ,reported his experiences there to you to atruggte
Sunday; announces the pastor the Homestead: Rotary Club at its along with that old cook stove '
when you can own this beauNew CAUOD Surface Units
tiful and efficient new Hotpoint Cook With Measured Heel
Electrlo Rang for so little
money.It's a big value ate small EACH CALROD.. 3 Measured cooking H..u&dends omit :
cost that will pay you real dlri- I
Cooks feaocall u
in better cooking results, but always_mlully. Coils are
THROW IT AWAYBring new ways to economize and less ailf-ctwilng.
1 pot-watching. Com in today.

Look At These TOP Quality Features

.Tim MW Improved NI-Sp.ed a New Radiant rdtor IMt-lsrr
Caked Surface Units,each with than_

It To Us For Mending fMeasoredNeats. .An-ftreatalMiiilkMM**.**.!.
New C.H tTarmC* krwIth s Mew Indicating Switch Mtteas.tarltaahhi .
ccmtmctloa. From to
.Now AI-"" **** rlaverSsalOv a
**. sl.etrio.RywNMd.
I a New Cal rod asking Untt with a FAST at tire wnmmrt tile flaaM. 1
Lawn Mowers Mowing Machines am Mt Drftacter. a CUM.*.....*Rat.SMITHGRAVES .

Ice Trays Meat Cleavers I FURNITURE CO

Wash Tubs Tractor Parts I II I PHONE: tM J HOMESTEAD, FLA.

Picking Buckets Bicycles

for Delicious Home CookingYou'll ,

Hand Tools Play: Toys

I' like Tropical Cafe for M

i its tasty'food, its pleasant at- 1

IF iT's METAL BRING IT TO US mosphere. Do come in soon., 11

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Machine WorksSouth ..1&artI. .t eater We

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Friday. October :3, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three

PONTIAC finishes the surface of Instrument! A three-Inch addition brings switch button .Is pulled has bee changed and made still
boards, garnish mouldingi and Torpedo overall length up to th'l,and Instrument panel & 1 more effective. It Is claimed that
door panels. Burma-copper with. Inches. A new feature of the on and when rotated the 17 to 9> per cent of all the dirt that
chrome trim la the finish used on vertible sedan coupe .Is the quarter I ment panel and clock 'will pass through, the conventional
(Continued from Page One) the radio grille at the center of window which can be raised made dim or bright Dual r, :to-mesh screen will be removed.
duced two years ago with mal: the instrument board, the dials on or lowered whether or not the top ,I pet type horns, said to be .cleaner'I I Pontiac engineers have Increased -
success is continued In a fleet o f the new Instrument panel at the Is up. An advantage of these : to the seashell type used : the width of front brakes from
two basic lines of models-the Torpedo left and the electric clock at the quarter windows added ventilation In both tone quality and J1 3-4 Inches to I inches. Brake
with seven body models on right Below the radio grille Is and extra vision to the ability, are new drum diameters remain eleven
the 119-Inch wheelbase chassis a central ash tray with plastic driver, thus making It an added Dontiac's exclusive oil '> Inchet I n
and the Streamliner with two handle. Plastic numerals Illuminated safety feature. The top Is operated .
bodies on the 122-inch wheel base with "edge lighting" at by two electric motors and .
chassis Also there art two night adorn Instruments and clock. can be put up or down whether or
Streamliner Chieftain model Brown mahogany garnish mould. not the engine Is running
with several added style' features. Ing panels extend along the Inside Streamliner and Streamliner
All models art available with from windshield to rear seat rush. Chieftain models are both available APPLY FOR YOUR
either six or eight cylinder enginesat Ion. Wide wine-colored leather with the recordsalesbreakerat
the same small price differential kick pada protect doom the frontof coupe and the four-door six-
.of $25 between sixes and the rear seat cushions and the window sedan bodies. There Is
eights. that Pontiac established front of the rear seat frame. also a Streamliner station wagon 1942 '
last year. Pedals gearshift lever and and a Streamliner-Chieftain station
Bore and stroke of the 90 steering column are finished in wagon on the 122-nch wheelbase -
HP six continue to be 1.1I-IS"xf", Santone brown. Clear Lucite chassis Steramllner-Chlef.
while the 103 HP eight's bore and plastic coven the horn button. A tall models differ from the .
stroke remain 3-l-4"x3-3-4P; mahogany finish ash tray with Streamliner series In a wider selection Driver's Licenseat
In the matter of material substitutions :I plastic finger pull la placed In the of richer upholstery fabrics -
Pontiac has been particularly center of the front seat back on all a superior type of seat
fortuntt where- substitutions four door sedans, while there are ions..folding center arm .CUSh/
count most in performance. This dual ash trays in the arm rests of rear seats and the brilliant /
la notably true with the electro- sedan coupes and two-door sodans mouldings on front and rear
plated Iron alloy pistons which ob. ders.Features. ,
vlouily will be continued after six I. Seven Body styles .. TorpedoThe Retained and Impnwed
teen years of continuous use In all two-door sedan coupe,I I I Mechanical features that have JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICEOdd
Pontiac engines which set a record in the Streamliner distinguished Pontiac for many
For the eighth year the "Silver series of 141 by being the years and that again are found unchanged !'
Streak" continue as the moat first two-door car to out-sell a In the 1(42 models include I Fellows Building
striking Pontiac Identification our-door sedan has been added I : square bore-stroke ratio ,
There is a more generous use of to the Torpedo line Another sur. electro-plated Iron alloy pistons<: HOMESTEAD, FLA.
f plastics for decorative and ornamental >rise addition to the Torpedo lines full-pressure metered-flow lubrication ',
purposes, while a new and the new convertible sedan I rifledrilled connecting rods, |i Open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.

I attractive copper finish appears coupe. Besides these two models Scotch mist manifold, exclusiveoil I
on the Instrument panel, radio are the business coupe. sport cleaner, tru-arc steering, sealed For SB Indefinite period no examination will be required
I grille and clock replacing the coupe, two-door sedan, four-door chassis Duflex rear springs, of driven who present a driver's Wrens for 1141. V
\ chromium plate of former years four-window sedan and the four- and triple-sealed brakes. i| yens do not have 1941 license you will get year examination -
Without change In wheelbases, door six-window sedan Most easily aeen mechanical card at my office.
styling experts hive Increased the These fourteen models give Pontiac provement Is the simplified and'
I aQ round Impression of greater Ita greatest variety* of model l combined road and Instrument''
size by only slightly increasing appeal in its lowest price class panel light switch. When the

r, the overall length and re-balanc
ing the front end design appear-
From the front the greater mass
effect Is produced by making the o
front bumpers four Inches wider, o s
spacing the headlamps ten Inchesfarther r
apart, by-re-dralgnlng I the
radiator grill and'making It nine
Inches wider: by longer.horizon
tal parking lights: and by broadening
the nose of the hood two ,
Inches on the Tropedo and three
inches on the Streamliner.
I Ii
.Lengthwise, the styling is accinUated i
by making the front fenders -
-50 per" cent longer, sweeping
them back midway into the doors
Added to this IB the horizontal,
triple-ribbed front fender reinforcing '
heads, twice as long as last
;year continuing on screws the
rear fenders both fore and aft of

the Although wheel openings.actual overall length I

is Increased only three Inches this II
artistic arrangement of masses and I
lines cleverly multiplies the In-
crease.A I
rich brown mahogany swirl
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BeyondUndentandinr Are Things Iiw

We don't know why
New sievntehed$alo Ceept in I'wHM"triI. *.P, oti
grief comes to all of riple.Cashioned ere a gad for 1942.

us, but when it does eis 2. improvedyours a of the miihifc lever has
,. a JO*.
we need a friendly, ...wtlf' aataaaeouu eve Uaist its by Fisher SIG t and oil oaomr has act bees
helping hand. tur- + ,.rsesa..t equal in -eves exceed ia see -iced.of .
ner's is to any peevioae Poai.ca .frost wheel brakes hs" bees is- 7
prepared ......... suoas and all viol eegiae puts created sa SIM.OKU .
extend that -

hand to you. Turner'shas Proud To Be Do& Our Part '

built up a reputation Pontiac Is doing Its pars auMfctonof ih* cti>. t1iiiJIf, AOVANODla Cope U the lower-priced series.
for integrity.andeconomical tot National Defense by sea Thousands of crafcfc, style. and hinrv the awFootiM New intures.. ,.'And U
building a saw type of me* hat tMfftruhW foes oY Sixes of lights:: scary lofuoce, cost repreMt actual
friendly tapid-ira caaaosi for the the highly technical ma. 1942 do coma awwpiai mo Improvement muldng from prog-
service. n IfTorner's United HUM N..,. Two chbws. This SMMI MoiI4.podl.llIrlft..I..I'. sew laapfmraace reM io.sbslf..We iahe f*.10 com
pilots, cowing 426,123 tag fewer can-hut Poa- bat still the Mm, fee, is BOW n sine these sew Pooiiic*
FunerifHome square fast of loor space Me places defense week (aith4,1 Pontima todswried gttali y. four most ihofouib sod critical I*
have bee. deed to the ahead of tiwrthlog .... Two series of ew PontUcs la spertioa. You will ind Pontiac
z -nR AMBttANCf: SERVICE dud sra widely varied ....... .- today more them tier, the fan CM
Small IN Is 11 IN Is 11 mine among them a streamlined Sedan with the Low fricel
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ll lIMa CoII.tr II M "Last week the municipal light ,1
0.1.14..1 Dade Coi tf______ Us and power plant began giving 2.. .

hour current, In place of the 20. Ii
No hour service previously enjoyed. .
Incorrigibles With the return of E.!: C. Loveland '

There li m unfortunate term from his vacation, this forward .:
used to designate certain young move was decided on, and Messrs. ,*
sinners, boys, usually between the E. C. Loveland, Geo. Fuller and L. J
ages of 13 and 17, and that term U Moier will each work eight .)
is "incorrlglbles". It has a hopeless hour shift t
sound for a country like the Judge J. J. Hubbard and wife f
United Statei. and son arrived back In Homestead *

One woman, however, lull proven 114. Tuesday after a summer
In that north. . Accompany.
to her own and many othen' spent
satisfaction that there Is no need tog them were Albert Hubbardand .
fur the term. The woman Is Mrs ALLG.4TGQTUQTL wife. . "
Lillian Rashkls who for 29 years -"Mrs. M. H. Bauer, aged 81
has made I career of befriending years, died at the home of K. K.
the.worst-behaved boys she could Horton her early Sunday morn
find. Cretta Palmer, In the October ing, after being 111 for the past five
Issue of Cosmopolitan, tells weeks. She bad been living in
how Mrs. Rashkls works her mlr.acle this section for the past 18 years,
*. having come to Dade County from
In New York City there Is a New York. The.funeral service
building off Park avenue with the were conducted Inh.. Episcopal
official name of R S. 37. To Church Monday by Dr. C. P. Jack
thousands, however It Is known son . Mrs. Bauer leaves two
as Opportunity School. To Op. daughters Miss Hattie L Bauer, a
portunlty School are sent the nun at the city hospital Miami
boys who have forced the authorities and Mrs. M. A. Burden of Philadelphia.
In their own schools to five ."
them up as a bad Job. They remain 77/AMES -"J. D. Wyiong and wit of West
with Mrs. Rashkls, who Is w..a.r. Alexandria, Ohio arrived .In Home
In charge of ODoortunltv SchooL stead Monday and have rented the
for two months or more;-then one Urn PAYNE'S PRAIRIE or digging of canal to make drainage permanent house on the Pettilohn place, In
turn to their regular schools. Lake was 10 deep that there Sine this ii ont of the few Isolated chart of of R R. Cor Mr. Wysong -
Mrs. Rashkls first rule .la sufficient water to allow steamer to place on the globe, where the celebrated will st once begin. a farming
any child, given I chance, abort to short. Thia WM caused lotus grows it ia hoped that at proposition on his east glade tans
rather behave than rot "A stopping up of Its two sinks into least a part of thfl.remarkable spot win land bought some time ago. . "
boy," says she "Is a the stream flowing from the higher be prewired. -"Nn. M. A. Walton returnedthis
boy. Make him happy and of Newnan'i Lake drained. At in. The ALLIGATOR SNAPPING TU& put week from MoundsvUle,

confident and he will soon .interval the lake entirely dis- TL ., 'which attains a weight of 160poundi W. Va, accompanied by Miss Edith
have"Infractions Ogle. Mrs Walton Is her
Into an unfathomed ate leave ia found in all the river leading making
Ignored of the rules are of fish to pariah. There art to the Golf. It attracts fish with the home Redland with her road.son", W. K. Waltonon
Each they offense are handled.U i. taclully. records of these strange disap worm-lik: appendage Inaida 1U mouth, and "Council met in regular adjourned

carefully by the teachers and which' for the most part the great since it looks like a mow covered stone session In the town hall
ery effort Is made to get at occupies 12,000 aorta has it easily entices fish inside the powerful on Monday night, September 20.
seat of the trouble by covered with water. When dry its laws which inuaadiattly close down on any J. I* Burton moved that an ordinance
ing WHY the rule was rich bottom lands b. served locklaaa ereatur This specimen la. exhibited be drawn and enforced prohibiting
In some cases, a smaller, .. for herds of _tU.. In order at the Florida Reptile Lmitituta, SUrtrSprian allowing poultry to run
boy will steal money to treet *) the queer antic of Paynt'a JTorida loose .In town. . "
othen and thus put himself on the ewssra-an onnaMtdBg the -"The regular meeting ftf the
equal basis with them In Homestead PoultrY Associationwas
cases, romantic boys like to I ..r.. a.a..a.a.ra..r. held at the home of B. C
of themselves as adventurers I create the largest budget ever- setup I II Murphy last Friday evening.. It
lath U. L 1& will rr- CItiWreR in
of some > cart
daring. Offenders are was decided to hold a poultry
pointed out to other children. tftt foUowlng sources: corpora up Jades MiilsslTU .. 3laffltild show at Homestead October 2* at
entire effort of the teachers Is dons 1H. li iron; personal income the town hall . "
praise rather than to belittle.' *, t 1capital stock tttt; rVBUC DANCE RAM -"Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Chubb haws

Psychologists) and persons in.. AGNEW WbM estate and gifts...*H.** millions A court was able to trace the, a fin baby who cam last week.
sated In child behavior are Mrs. Chubb was formerly Mia
of several sixteen.
tensely Interested .In Mr*. Statistic show that for the pert l i deUnqutndes Helen Woods of Hahn,.,"(Pri-. .
... old girl to the influence ex
Sires w. .1..a year -
aIDe Miami has led the stele
successful year
methods. Six ton)
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w erted dance hall itb
by a public wIn -
five hundred In building and at that U almost -"Mis* Annabelle Lochrie has
boys have
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.w the period of three month The
through the process and she as.. warty. five and one-half per cant behind became bees elected principal of the school
girl delinquent eon.
never given up any case M the population incrsas because at Larkin and will begin work:
less A few of her rules those word-hounds spent apartment houses absorb the e.., traded a social distance after they next Monday. . Miss Margaret
equally applicable to home In tracing the origin of cess. On a recent average day''war persuaded to sit out a number Robertson will have charge of the
ment as well as to school. about as far aa he got It cables were born In this city,, of dances In parked automobiles primary department of the school/
"Never threaten a child." It was a derisive term, all but one la hospitals, and there surrounding the dance pavilion (Florida City).
to the Nation Bo- were., death from I It I* doubtful whether the majority "
seven natural
"Never punish him except b I i Mrs. Alicia Tyre will teach .lax
simple, natural retribution. If ii"t:!' and was pronounced caiiM But why the last clause? : of those who operate doses the Coconut Grow school beginning -
I II There have been St violent : hall deliberately set out to forma
has destroyed something he ones next Monday." (Florida City I'After
replace It, but thsfs his I I 00000 so far this year.Pathfinder I delinquency breeding situation severed Month spent
misfortune for which no bOd I astute. and dependable 00000 I However even though they recognize with relatives .In the -Windy City"

scolds hlnxt I( News says that an magazine says that I that certa.lQlllWholtlOl1II Mrs. W. R. Crow and two children
conditions created their
"Never correct t child for I* Inevitable In any war each year an average of 3,160 of are by arrived home Friday Mr. Crow
thing without praising him la but ours will not be a "the little old red schoolbouses very existence many proprietorsare was so glad to see them that he
same breath for something he press one, aa was Ger- are dlllppell' D" The centralized unwilling to sacrifice profitsIn went clear to Jacksonville and returned
done well" I but rather one growing schools and the little old yellow \ order to eradicate the Immorality with them . . "
"Never demand anything of great buying mania and busses marked their doom.\.1,which dance ball produce. : J"Mrs.Vera Collier who underwent
child; ask him, as a favor to of materials situation ..... I an operation .In Miami last
something for you and he force out of business Marshall Field, the great Chicaso -!''that both God and the Devil exllt'u ,Sept 22, 1(21.
have the great pleasure of ,- of small .industries. -merchant. Mid the greatest one Identity-eort of a Dr. week Is recovering nicely and will
that it Is a voluntary gift. 941006 I 1 I good a man can do ls to cultivate Jekyl and Mr. Hyde. Isn't that' be home Ina few days . . "
sure to thank him." I, : Byron graph shows that himself-develop his power In largely true of most of us as individuals ' -"A number of friends and relatives
"Trust a Child, regardless, bank clearances, a good:'order that he may be of greater ? Sometimes grim necessity of Hervey Lyon gatheredat
his. past history; take It for a clt,'* business tot service to humanity. demands It as witness the' his home on Wednesday nightof
ed that hie pest mistakes are been as follows: I I. ...... testroony of Gen. Wtvell. the eminent -' last week, and helped him celebrate ,
finished chapter I .. .. _ tl7.<10.34S ', Miami will be one of the M Urge English officer. In relating the fact that he has spent
"R a war d constructive ., . 11.1'3.115 I I jellies being asked to find borne the qualities of a successful commander J4 years on this globe . . (Florida
lavishly and the attraction of .. ..-- ._ M.M4IM I I for Christian refugees. Her quo, be declared: "He must be City..
tractive conduct will --. 285,234 to b of.Estimates. kindly and cruel simple ,and -"Mr. and Mrs. Casper Williams
.. .. ..... I returned last week front a
toappew. j jIt I crafty a watchman and a robber, summer
| showing tile Items J*-I place n"0 six lavish and miserly generous and vacation In Pennsylvania . . "
will be found that he prove" the odd are sad thousand as Ih* number of small stagy, rash conservative.." In I I
Ii most charitable In hid JIId< her. The only two for I Industries that will be two.. to I hort he must be what en* Biblical with this i In the announcement that
snent Is generally the steal ... produce are coal and:dale from lack of metals rsqoi- writer described a* "sO things to the federal government has taken
Southey, ah BUM import. per;toned for war puryos This att nwnT-u they may deserve. I up 10,000 acre near Lab Oka-
coal and 24 per elM,will throw out of employment a.illioe chobee for development into a cattle -
A defense saving bond may She mast bring In tier.. or more .men who most A bead dispatch quotes a Miami ranch to be the largest east
bought for only I1I.7J. In cotton and rubber. seek new fields of labor In their man as heading a syndicate that of the Mississippi. It I is planned)
years It will be worth $33. 00000 I own or some other city. bought last month 29.000 acre ofj j I i to divide it Into 123 small ranches
bookful of defense string Income tax bill be- . Everglade!: land for development including bomadte and subsist.jence .

paysfor sn '1,1.TS bond. Sert.SO and will It is a belief of. the' -Sentinels, I.into ramie production la keeping'* famine, r.

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! *' .,.. *' TV* been going down to the up the Mississippi River for about til the middle of October whrt
Cult the last few rights to a big one hundred miles then turned he will be transferred, to Pen .
OUR BOYS IN SERVICE carnival, and rye enjoyed It im back for home. cola. He Is studying aerial pho{

:: mensely. "Thirty truck loads of us were togrsphy. He stems to have mad
, "There are 33 bon here from high grades ux his math tests anl
.. I sent up to Hattlesburg Miss, the
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,_ -- Miami and one boy from Home I other night. to help In the search to have distinguished himself Is
stead. There are about lO.OOtf for who rifle range and hand grenadi
a seven-year-old boy was
i SENDS LETTER TO FRIENDS UT AT RESSLER I1ELDI soldiers here This Is practice. Now he is looking forward
I now. supposed !lost in the swamp. They finally '
Dear Friends: Raymond Hayes, a 1938 graduate to be the largest air base found him after we'd tramped to the novel experience e

Fro choosing this means of writing of Homestead High School,! in the world when It's completed. around for six hours. wearing an overcoat a a .

i to everyone that would like who Is a private In the JOlit I "rm taking my four weeks of "A man in uniform Is still considered -
i Charles IX Sullivan has corm
I to bear from me. People don't, School Squadron, night C, KesslerField basic training now, and at the a rough-neck over here,
his of
, realize how bard it Is for a boy Miss., describes We it his! end of that time we have to marchIn and consequently the,BUoxi people at pitted initial period and will aerviH bt;
I Camp Blasting
camp In the following extracts parade before the colonel. In snub ]For that
tQ write home when be la away us. reason a .
! from home. from letter received by a friend the event we don't pass his Inspection lot of us boys go into town In transferred to Camp Wheeler thfInfantry sthere \
I he will be assigned'to
here: we to take four civilian clothes.
I inducted Into the selective
was replacement training
I service on Aug. 14, 1X1, and sent "This air base that rm In Ia! men from I weeks of training. We drill "About thirty big bombers flew ter. "
till 11 in the
to Camp Standing. After five days a new place not even completed, morinlng and In here lost night They come and ,. .
from 1 till 4 in the afternoon. We
X enlisted la the regular army aircorps. yet The tint week we were here i nave go. Banks Bynun. son of Mr. ant.
pistol practice, lectures etc
We have of choiceIn we'slept five men to a tent butwe're i "There Mrs. J. R. Homestead
more a then we're free tall the next mornIng are 200 men going to Byrum of ,
the regular army than la selective in the new barracks now. at 6. Until the other day wewere be sent to Panama and South I who has been at Quantlcot Va:;i
service selectees receive They are nice but harder to keep getting up at 4:30 but BOW America In a couple of weeks, from sailed from New Orleans twi)
only the training which they are clean. I we're on Central Standard time here. I expect It be sent to I weeks' ago for British Guiana. ,
cent to, whether they like it or "It's about time for lights to I and it's 8:30.K school in Denver about Ort IS." .:
notI go out and a group of fellows

stayed in Camp Blending ten are playing hillbilly songs. They and we when will be we sent pass to our school Inspection Tom Collins has arrived In Panama il" BOTTLED GAS
have guitar, a fiddle and a few
days and then I was shipped to a for six months. rem going to study and Is in the 70th Medical I
Jefferson Barracks Mo. We rode home-made Instruments includingwaihboardf I I Battalion
bombsight maintenanceaerial stationed at Cbroeal, RAN GEl. REFRIGERATORS
for two nights and a day and a etc. They're pretty I I photography and clerical work and Canal Zone. and WATER HEATERS
i I
and it because
good we
half among cinders and dirt on . .
we're not allowed to have radios. hope they prove as interesting as VlrtU D. a.,... phone SM-J
We tired
the train. were really
upon arrival. After a few daysof Iff very hot here and the mos I I anticipate."I Eldred N. Deweese son of Mrs. "---, "
I I receiving shots and getting settled quitoes are quite bad. I went flew to New Orleans on a J. W. Gilmer of Homestead, will beat
bomber the other and It Bate Air Detachment One Ma-
we started the basic trainingfor swimming in the Gulf the other i day cer.I WANT ADS PAY
which we were sent here. It day and that helped .lots.. I I I Ulnly was a big thrill We flew rine Barracks, Quantico. V,., un-
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will take about four or five weeks
We stayed In tents at Camp
Blending and in tents here for the
first ten days. Then we were put
In barracks. IRs 42-

Jefferson Barracks Is really a
nice place, and it is really busy
with building programs. It originally -
held 1,500 men and they
are Increasing it to hold 25,000
men. About 10,000 are here now,
most of them waiting to be sent
off to school. ,
Jefferson Barracks Is located
about twelve miles south of
Louis. There Is bus and street Ali '
transportation between the St.1 X i'I

racks and St Louis! every I i'I
minutes. It takes an hour to go

one way. I,
It Isn't necessary to go into St
Louis at all. The post Is just like
a small city. Every night there 6OR'8'L
b a free show or dance. Girls
are furnished by the St Louis
Citizens' Club. Some of the show:
are sponsored by the same club

and some by the WPA. ., ,
There are always some radioor \
stage stars appearing on the ,
stage In the outdoor theater. Last
week ws saw Sally Rand, without +
her fans but in full dress, and
also Miss St Louis and Miss Missouri
of 1941. They were really

cute tricks. There is. never I dull I .

moment on this post. ..
We get about six hours of drillIng I
a day. We complete basic
I ,
training In four weeks now which
used to take 13 weeks. Everything I

is really rushed now.I .
expect to be shipped out to
an aviation mechanics' school al
Chanute Field 111., within the
next two weeks. 'The class will
last six months, then I'll be stationed
permanently some place.
An old post office clerk,

354 School Squadron, Flight 39,
Jefferson Barracks. Mo.

TN THIS UNUSUAL TIMIS we invite you to At the wheel,you will find driving easier than ever
inspect an unusual new car-new in it* beauty Steering, gear-shifting, action of the big and lUte
it* comfort its choice of two in. 90 horsepower hydraulic brakes have all bees mad tnexxhecaod

Second Lieutenant Edwin L. cngiees, 6 cylinder* 6f 8. easier.In -

Lawrence, Jr of HjnMttead, was See h sad you sense ar once that ben b new quality the cat ts sound to the last detail.
recently graduated from the ROTC
"graduate" section of the Philadelphia style that will ate food for years!; Oa a lower, Defense iwqulremerMs have all been met without

Quartermaster school, located wider chassis, we bare designed new long, low, a single reduction ia the basic and lasting good

la the lllth Armory at Phil wide and enders Woes. ness of the Ford tnechasucally. Some new Material

adelphia. Interior treatment U entirely (fresh distinctive have replaced old one, usually at s greater cost

Included hi the urn graduating {leui ,. The benny of this Ford will snore than to mss, Jill J> rrtry t4tt tin new it fW*. tf Itttrt
class were MO other officers. bold its own in any company. sh."st&014 I

lasted The course three'months of instruction covered, which the Inside, the car is Hg-wide across the seat,' If your family needs s new car, go see and drive

basic prlclnples of fiscal; accountIng generous la knee-room leg-room, elbow-room. this Ford. for whet It it tky and] r whet it will

procurement, storage and Issue OB the road this year you find the "new Ford H 1"tIH yearn shed ttv aWtr*** JM will
,' supply personnel administration ride" still farther advanced in its softness quietness find sW it....* mad ktter >"**0rtd&f/er jattt

tactics and technique and ttnhBiMft lOCI al -mead comfort. essay 1M 1M Aem seer f-J before 1
a number of other subjects Pertaining
to the operation of the

U. S. army quartermaster corps NOW ON DISPLAY I
Lieutenant Lawrence recently
completed his studies at the University -
of Miami and the University 1
; cf Georgia where he was 1942 FORD NOW ON DISPLAY AT ,
,awarded a BSC degree.

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1., In the James Archer Smith I Ifng her son and daughter-in-law terly conference of the Free
Hospital Tuesday. and Mrs. Will Rhode In Dover Methodist Church In Miami Fri.
and I Mn. W. W. Woodson Ii an appendectomy I Del day and Saturday were: 1\In.
In roundHomeslead
) patient then.Mrs. Edith Tamblyn, Mr*. Elizabeth
MIa Warrens
I \ Sally Mobley wa returned I week-end guest at Sever/the home was ofMiss I,. Brook, Mrs Mary Gooding, Mrs
I to her home from the hospital Naomi Dano and nieces, Genevteve .
Dorothy Kuhn in Homestead
I Wednesday and Beatrice jCllne, Doa, .
I Ormand Cash who underwent I Fred Barkewh "has been employed Stark and Jeredean Tamblyn.
an operation last week was returned In Key West returned home,
to his home Sunday. Monday, Mri. Selma MatUon returned
r: I last week from a hort visit wIth<
James Wollam took Mi mother,I Mr and Mrs. Auburn Dellinger I I Florida City resident who at. 'her daughter, Miss Ingeborg Matt-
Mn. M. P. Wollam, to Macon of Shelby, N. C. are occupying the FLORIDA CITYBy i iI' tended the Miami District quar son, In Birmingham Ala.DRIVER'S .
Monday to be with her daughter former home of Mn. Dellinger'sparent n.Y.. VI SevenMr.
Mn. W. B. Lumpkin, to whom a *, -%Ir. and Mn. Homer ,
daughter was born last week. Davis, on N. W. Second street -- '"
Wollam U expected to return today _Mrs. Dellinger's daughter, Margaret I' and Mn. Hugh P. Bemtl.wh. .
or tomorrow. I has been hew with her have occupied the Parlln cottage -
grandparent sine September. on Eleventh street since May,
. G. D. Camber returned Tuesday -I I moved recently to their new homeIn '
from a two-month visit with Mr. and Mn. Dt P. Blake returned Homestead. I'
friends and relative In Angola, to their.Jwme In South I ; American Legion BIdg., Homestead,
Ohio. Allapattah Gardenj'Tuesday from' Mr. and Mn. Frank Garegainl,
I Concord, Ca., where they had, returned Monday from a summer every Friday and Saturday, 11 a. m. to 7
I In New York. I
Mn. H. Ewing spent last week spent the summer. I p. m. Beginners must bring licensed driver
visiting Mr*. Roy Marsh In Miami. I' I
1----1!, Word has been received that
: with them.
Joe Gollettacheck was In an automobile *I
Max Ixxner. president. bf the 1 South Allapattah Garden had as accident In New York
First National Bank of Homestead, week-end guests Mr. and Mr*. G. ,
Monday but that he escaped un-
has been attending the annual I C. Maguire of Brooklyn. injured. .
I i
convention of the American Bank. i -
en Association held In Chicago I Mr. and Mn. Julian H. Webster I Mr. and ", ;;: Dominick Todaro I 1942STATE
this week. returned Sunday night from a have moved from the Kuppertz
four.week1.lt to Atlanta and house the Oversea Highway
I on toI
I Lisbon, Md. They also took their, I
D. U. Bathrlck general sales ,a house on Plummer drive. .
manager of the Pontiac Motor I daughter, Alta to Decatur, Ga,| |I
Division of General Motors paid where she entered her senior year,; Mn. T. T. Turner: will leave
a visit Wednesday to Preston B. at Agnes Scott College. Friday for her home In San An Driver's LicenseAPPLICATIONS
Bird, president of Preston B. Bird tonio. I
:Motor Co., local Pontiac dealer. Miss Virginia Delaney of Miami _
At the Invitation of Mr. Bathrick, pent Saturday night and Sunday Mr.and Mn. R. B. Chandler and
Mr. Bird will be a guest of the with. Mill Geraldine Reitz. baby will move to Homestead this'
Pontiac division at a dealer conference week. They have been living In'
to be held in Detroit, Mn. L. T. Proctor war taken to the Dixon apartment on Caves| NOW ON SALE
Oct. 20. the Kendall hospital Saturday for avenue
treatment. I I AT
Mr. and Mri. H. E. Schaff returned II I Mr. and Mn. Rudolph Mattson'of
last week. They spent the I I Fort Pierce visited relative and
Jeff Sartor at Homestead spent) AMERICAN LEGION AUTO
summer In Louisville, Atlanta and last week In Aberdeen, Miss. friend here Monday, I IMI'I.
various point In North Carolina.
Toffler of Toledo
; Morris
Jack Gatlin Miami
spent several
. Mr. and Mrs P. D. Henderson arrived Friday for a two-week; TAG OFFICEOpen
day last week visiting his
their daughter, Mn. C. H. F. B. Lelnln-;
Tuell parent, Dr. and Mn. B. E. Gatlin.I Visit with her uncle 1
and her ion, Charles left Friday eer. ,
for their home In Atlanta after 00-- I Daily Year Round ServiceSo.
visiting Mrs. Henderson's brother Word has been received by Kreme Are. Homestead
and ilster-ln-law, Dr. and Mrs.I Francis Freeman of Home. friend here that Mn. E. J. Rhodes
B. E. Gatlln. atead underwent a major opera- fell and broke her hip while'vialt, .
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Our Local Plant 'All Set' to Supply

Your Needs for the SeasonWe

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

ample supply of fertilizer materials to.main pa, which growers are finding gives better

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

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

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

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

Sulphate of Ammonia is on the
now government -
Our fall supply of Tomato Seeds is
priorities list and the supply will be
hand and ready for the
We alsohave
limited what the
to government'does not use
supply of Insecticides.
a Copper Sul-
for defense
purposes.We phate will be scarce as 90 per cent of the cop-

also maintain a stock of Vegetable per mined is going into defense products.

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Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

FRANK B. RUE, Manager

Telephone 16. Homestead, Fla.r .

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1 riday. October 3. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Seven

High School Education Said Not Essential to Navy Career I

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r.r -.rr.: i. r \Vm. R Rheney Rose From Mess Boy



I Since Secretary Knox announced''as it Is In clvllan Ife." ponU out

the enlistment drive for Uncle Baker M. Hindman principal bf
::2..it: Jt&Y; .z.-.s' 'Sam' new, two-ocean navy several ';Homestead High School

We week ago, many young men i iI [ "There are certain advantage
ACCEPTED BY NAVY ) have asked if they were eligible:)for the high school graduate In

Three local boy, Horace Wit. I to enlist without a high ichool, the navy, said Mr. Hindman. life
education.W "ha* a wider background to call
lard ,Allen Welsh Hastings and :
.E. Rheney, a past commander I upon In earning advancement In
Alfrtd Clyde Varnadoe, who were I of Homestead American I I.egion 1 position and par For example,
recently accepted by the U. S. poet, who served a hitch In'I men who are proficient In English

Navy. recruiting substation In the the navy and worked himself up may be sent to one of the navy*
t from mm boy to wireless 1 communication clerical
Miami post office and tent to thee operator I or schools.
In less than a ;year, anav..ra'this Recruits with a knowledge or aptitude -
maid recruiting station at Macon, important question for the: for handling tool mightbe

Ga..,; for final enlistment, have f young men of Homestead and the marked for a trade or en*

been transferred to the naval rest 9' the Redland District gineering course Men with col.

training station at Norfolk. Va, for "Navy enlistees do not hive to lege educations may qualify for
be high ichool graduates, laid midshipman' training course In
six weeks of fundamental training Mr, Rheney. "Any ambitious and the naval reserve and after their

for l naval career. Upon completion patriotic young fellow who wants schooling period they will report

of this training they will to serve his country has that opportunity for active duty a* officer with

be given the opportunity of now by Joining the I the rating of ensigns
United State Navy or Naval Re. I "The navy has four excellentI
the entrance examination
serve. Of course he mutt be of I trade schools to which new re.crult .
navy trade school of their takln'1 COMMANDER F. K. O'BRIEN of the U. S. Navy Recruiting
average Intelligence, good character I[ in either the regular navyor
tions Service is shown here placing tho new Navy "Badge of Honor"on and be able to pass certain the naval reserve may be sent

w 0Charney the lapel of an applicant for enlistment in the Navy. (Badge physical and mental examinations.Now I after a training I period, providing,

Garrett of Homestead shown above at right.) All ambitious young men who apply more than ever before, the they pass entrance examinationswith

wa* sent to Macon, Ga, on Sept forservice in Uncle Sam's"Two-ocean"Navy, whether accepted navy needs men of that type :I sufficiently high grades At
"All applicants I whether or not these school they will be trained
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examination and enlistment or not, are given this new badge as a mark of their patriotism.To they have high I school diplomas, i In any one of nearly fifty skilled

In the navy. Immediately learn cf the many opportunities the Navy and the Naval are given an elcmntary examination I I trades or vocations to which their ..

upon enlistment he will be Reserve offer, local r en of 17 ;years and over can get the official containing about 100 quel.1 aptitudes suit them and will re.

transferred to the naval training illustrated free booklet, "life in the Navy, from this newsraper' tions" explained Mr. 't ceive free schooling valued at
station at Norfolk. Va.. where he "Those receiving a grade of 50 hundreds of dollars In addition to
Navy Editor. s per cent or more satisfy edu. their
will undergo six weeks of funda- navy regular(navy pay. Such an
mental 1 rational standards I education I* valuable for advance
training Upon ,
"Naturally, a high ichool education
ment in the nftand in later
of this
training he will return .. ,
home for la helpful In the navy, just civilian life, he concluded
day leave, after I _
which he will enter a navy trade .
school of his selection it I* announced I I NAVY MEN ARE THAT WAY BY CHOICE

by Guy F, Hull navy
recruiting officer. Room 231, Post ". AV'NTELLGitiCE\, By UEVT. W. L. SAWYER

Office Building, Miami I ,I Navy Editor of the LeaderEnterpriseThe

Garrett already has KJ brother
who has navy does not draft men. It never has and It never
just .co'l'lpleteiCNatr.lnln : \')'
and II 'now enrolledin 'L\ ; win because men In the navy must be temperamentally suited

Navy Trade School. It Is a policy to navy life-each man must be at his post because that I*

of the Navy Department to keep -- where he wants to be.

brothers ,together where possibleand /* tt .,eriary 10 t. a ugh till a month fcr the sea of year Construction has been started on six 27000-ton super
Charney will Join his botherat .,1I001I1radoat. is order tt ,... lint lion of rnllitmtnt. and n- cruisers Indicating that work for our new 'two-ocean' navy
the completion of training list in the Navy member that your .'othl.,, lode
has been further accelerated This brings the total number of
e w w Inn, medical an< distal can are
No. Navy eillitwt used not toklfk all supplied frr*. new ships ordered since January 1. 1941 to 2,831-\\'lth 9fl8 of
NAVY RECRUITS FORTUNATE school, rridiilro. All applicants > these ships already under construction
will ba given a. .lamlntloa .. o o 0
Applicant for enlistment In the containing approximately IN After I Aa"served my terns tfftlutmnt Expert planning, and new speed in construction of our ship
United State Navy In this recruiting ....u.... A grade of I* sr cent ; what benefits d. I from 43,000-ton dreadnaughta to small torpedo boats opens the
territory who are succes- o. better on this examination Is got far rt-tnlatmiKtt way for the nato accept new qualified men for training) at
ful In meeting the requirement a.Bdtnlly kick' to MM the Navy the rate of 12.000 to IS.000 a month. These men enlisting in
.....U..I atandardo. Howrrrr, Depending on year rate and
are fortunate in that they receivethe a high' sckool adoration' will tovaloablo lonsth .< service. yon con tat a either the regular navy ell!"the naval reserve will be sent to
counsel of a man who has seen U the seaman daring his cash ho...a p U IIM pins M days one of the four naval training stations and may have a chanceto
34 yean of service in Uncle Sam'* Navy ..allotment.s leave with P.T.IFAal go to a navy trade school even before assignment to the fleet. t'

Navy and "knows the ropes". e 0 0 o a During this period they will receive regular navy pay and the
Lieut Stanley Jones,. recruiting 111 enlist in tin Navy 0'Naval does tin term lash tm" free navy schooling I I. valued at hundred of dollar

officer for this area, take a great Navy Reserve Trade, Hill School I bt sent to a siesta ),, Ac Navy Every new ship In our navy will require not only hundredsof

Interest In every recruit that pas, additional tailors but many more men will be neededto
All .ow recruits an wit to see of An ".tk con Is a clans term applied
sea through his office and gives tog Naval Training Ullons and lo the depth chart used. to) work In nj dry docks, machine shops, ordnance depot
him. the highlight of his own experience after a training period they may combat snbniarlnM. Th average and other shore posts to keeps the new ships In action
In the navy from this take nominations for mtrnnto .... can* U a container AIM To secure these men the
dines not
navy resort to the draft
tint he enlisted .* apprentice Into Navy Trade .....1.. These with approximately *" pounds of
seaman but
Instead Is
lie ...... carrying on an educational campaign to Inform
This naval enteredthe _nil. she pass their ruminations .N.T. and can dropped
officer with ..!lid.I, Ml f rotaarc hoard from a ship, and .o controlled loyal young American how they can serve their country and
navy at the age of 17 with mot la Navy Trade Retoolskeforo as to explode at depths build their future at the tame time.
out the advantage of a day's Instruction assignment to tire Irrt.Whll ranging from 1. t. IN feet These A
a representative of the United States In
In high c; hooL He work attending these ackooln, are generally carried hr the rut Navy stationed
ed his way through the rank and they will receive regular Navy ship In the loot, as boat dropping Homestead on a special project, I will be glad to Interviewany
received hit commission after ten pay and free schooling Ttlnd at a chart escalated .o explode young man Interested In the opportunities the navy la now
year of serviCe 'SM. at T* feet depth most moro offering I will be glad also to submit their names to the enlistment
a* an enlisted 0 0 war from th* explosion' area at a officer of this recruiting area.
man. Wtiat u IA. greatest possible peed of tl knots or moro Three
, Very recruit that I Is accepted "... cam* an cither rolled off Submission of your name to the enlistment officer does not
lees during
'11".11I10 tan
fothe navy In this territory get I iail' pay tears of tnlatmnttIt the tern or shot from "ygas"a constitute enlistment nor doe It place you under any obU,..
my first kirk hurt one right and ana leftImiltanooHly. tion to go through with the
inspiring lectrfre from ,U.ut. I enlistment My office hours an
Jones before he departs for the! Is possible t. oars u mock as from 8 a. m. to 4:30: p..m. In the navy office at the Seaboard

. .. Passenger Station You will be
"'ts.v - N&.1- welcome at any time.


MY pay gravy

VUrT1 LOTS OF TIME TO VISIT TVflAWDSOP JKEEPA/ GORS/ No rondos*?. He r..4.. ...,. Nodo<* low
M, ROMANS AW OPPORTUNIKV/ RETIRED, FDaOfvl THE ; dewea .... e--'ot' deice --..
FEI it d nb lUBETVAUrSHESVAWAS ADMIRAL iNAWI: mac we......And when pow ire o4e..the Nair

TH' ? post yo '11I.00'sth w MifomiAnd
IN NAV/.1.'J Too
If / i x'liliy f roo wool I* .horn a Ira*.the Hwy Is
Co; TELL the plrts tn do..1heoe We beysvo add.....

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= 10 Navy start tbs dm of e Own I*
of she Illustrated WoklotUFt. M TMI U. S.
NAVY:'from 0% Navy 146W. of 04_,.,.
)I l ln limply Onto 0e sot.FERNS.

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Friday, October 3, 1941

I . . Social Events in South Dade . . .


Mr. and Mr*. Earle A. Ames announce ,

-- the engagement of their, -

Unusual Interest wa shown U. Clarence Cray of Silver Palm;; daughter, Carlotta Fengar to Jo. Isyet time to register Bevo Webb and Mrs. W. R. Bird.lid .

the shower given Friday for the, Mr*. Frank Walker and Mn. Odi I eph E.: Gauiens Jr.. ton of Mr. for the University dub's th r The Thursday afternoon group

bride of Edict H. Heintela of the,, Zachary cll'arrlne. and Mn. E. S and Mn. Joseph X. CaIl llL I annual bridge tournament announce will play at the homes of. lrs.

United State Navy the fonnei, Jensen, Mrs. Lawrence Pope, Mr The wedding will take place Mrs. B. M. Hindman, general -. Paul Reynolds; chairman, Sire

His, Clara Sayers, a popular R. Y. Burr Mn. ,. G. Hathaway,, some time in October. chairman, nd any bridge;, Frank Hausman and Mr*. A. A.

member of Bedlaad School far Mr*. H. L. Gossman Mr*. & player who baa not registered it I Payne. Co-hostesses are: Mrs.

ulty. The marriage took place Brown Phillip. Mrs. M. J. Bouds,, RADTORDBARNESENGAGEMENT Invited to do so by contacting any, S. L. West Miss Helen Bixle and

ia Cambridge, Mass, on June 17,, Mrs Tom Chapman Mn. Can ANNOUNCED' member of the club. The tourna.. Mn. Ben Archer.funds .

The shower was given at the Vihlen, Mr L F. Talbott Mn mcnt I* given to provide I The Friday afternoon group will
Mr. and Mr V. Barnes
C. of
home of Mrs. W. a Talbott by D. A. Duffy Mrs. W. D. Sayen, for a scholarship. play at the home of Mr Hind-

Mr*. Talbott Mr*. D. E. Baahor, Mr*. Edw. Vihlen. Mrs. A. W. Homestead are announcing the engagement Meeting date and place for, man, Mn. Geo. D. Ruehle and Mrs
of their Mia
and Mill Wall Ltadgren Mrs. L. O. Rogers Mrs
Mn. Hugo Green Rive Cfc bostessa
the are:
group are announced by Mrs
I Louise Barn, to William P. Redford -
Lewis Mn. Robt McDonnell
sits Talbott and attended by Branoing HIndman to be a* follows: Mrs. J. G. Wynn Mtos Lois Behr
of Demopoli, Ala. The wedding
friend from all parts of the Redland Mrs. Maud E. Chandler, ens and Mill Josephine Cook
will take place In October. The team group of which Mrs.
Miss Lydia' Vihlen, Mill Sarah
The finals will be played Oct.
Mill Barnes wo born ia Homestead Prank Webb is chairman will
The shower 'gift. were heaped Vihlen, Miss Mary Warden, Miss mesa, 30 in the Woman's Club bllddn,.
and wa graduated from Wednesday evening On
Eactiguest Marie Bashor and Miss Myn Jane
under a white umbrella. Mn. R. J. Elliott chairman, will
Homestead High School In 1HO ,it will meet at the home of Mrs
wrote recipe for thride' < Bashor of Gould .
a be assisted by Mrs. Ja* L. Bird
and La School Webb Oct. 19, the ,
later from Franc ; at home of
"cook book" file and each Those who sent gift were: Mn. Mr*. H. G. Thurman Mn. Ivan
of Beauty Cult r'e. Mn. W. B. Mills; and on Oct. 22,
be R. W. Mrs. Irma W. Wahn
wrote a sheet of advice to Jones Moser and Miss Margaret Ames
bound for future reference. and Miss Beth Jones of Miami; Mr. Radford, ton of Mr*. J. S. at the home of Mn. E. B. Black
Radford of Demopoli, 1* a third burn.
Ruaaell. Mrs. J. H.
The favors were sailor boys and Mm. Ruth
bride Brown, Mrs A. D. Fogle and Mn. class aviation mechanic of the U. The mixed group will play on DORCAS CLASS GIVES
S. Naval Reserve, at Opa-Locka. Friday evenings: Oct. 10 at the TWO SURPRISE SHOWERS
The guest were: Mn. S. J. H. H. Graham of Naranja: Mrs.
Talbott and Mia Iva Lou Tal Olen Edwards, Mrs. Mae Campbell He ha been In the navy two home of Mn. Howard Johnson, Mn. Julia Polk, teacher of the
and MIN Kerfoot of y.ara.nAlR.IES. chairman; Oct. 17, at the home of Dorcas Class of the Flnt Baptist
bott of Enid. Oktav; Mn. Carl Myrtle
Miss Jewel Turner and Oct. 24 Church of Homestead
; was liv.na
Tweedell, Mrs. Thos J. Peten and Princeton: Mn. Georgia Gopp
(' at the home of Mrs. L. L. Hood. surprise handkerchief tower
Mrs. Ethel Wayt Tussey of Miami;; I Mn. Anna Albright Mn. Eva APPOINTED
Mn. Augusta Llndgren of Coral I{ Fletcher, Miss Vera Fletcher and FOR PRINCETON CLUBAt The men's group will play on In observance of her birthdaf anniversary -
II Mondays at the homes of Mn and Mn. W. T Mo
Gables; Mn. W. W. Bethea. Mn. I Miss Margaret Albright of Silver the meeting of the Princeton "
Julian H. Webster, chairman. Mn Connell who has'recently moved '
Bethea Palm Mrs. Carl Llndgren, Mrs.I I
Mary Furry, Miss Marilyn I' ; Home Demonstration Club at aThome
into W
and Miss Ruth Murry of })ince- I Luther Chandler and Mn. Clark the home of Mn. Ben on Campbell drive

ton; Mrs. Herman Helnlein Mrs. Roberts of Goulds: Mn. J. D. Tuesday the following Bittin'l MRS. NEALE CHAMBERS: was given a surprise kdien

O. W Calkins Mn. Don Talbott ''Redd, Mn. Geo. L, Polk. Mrs. were appointed by Mr*. ELECTED W. f. M. 8. HEAD shower by member of the[class

Mrs, J A. Daugherty Mn. Clarence I Chas. Pratt Mn. Wm. Crows and Bethea, president: clothing, Mrs. Mn. Neale Chambers of Prince Friday at a meeting held A the
home of E. H.
Mrs Collier.
Lawson Miss Rosemary Mn. E. A. Froscher of Homestead; B. D. Smith; canning Mr. Ray ,ton was re-elected president of the L
Burke and Patty Lawson of Homestead Mn. Homer Haizlip of Perrlne; Schneider; 4-H, Mr*. T. E. Stadlg; Woman's Foreign Missionary Society Present were: Mn. C E {sunders
; Mrs. Carl Wagner and Mn., and the faculty ot Redland School. home improvement, Mr*. Russell of the Homestead Nazarene Mrs. T. T Bowen Mrs.G. A.
West Mrs. Bert Andrews
Hammi; exhibit and recreation, I IVIrs. !Church at a called meeting held fcMn. I
A. D. Smith, Mn. C. F. Makhall
INCITES Walter Peterson; handicraft, Friday in the churctl Other officers ,
E Mrs. Frank Mcllwaln, Mrs. B, R. I
FAREWELL PARTY ART CLVB TO PROGRAMMembers Miss Jean Coldren; garden, Mrs. elected were: first vice
I Swllley, Mn. C. L. Fain, hips E '
of the Homestead Art John Murray; membership, Mr. 'president Mrs. Robert H. Spear;
leave tomorrow L Lawrence
will Mrs
Ross Reitz who Chas. T. harper -
Club will be guests of the Monday P. S. Stapleton; food and nutrition, I IMrs. second vice-president, Mn. Ceo. ,
for Baltimore was hon- ) Mn. S. A. Turner, Mn.}T. E.
Music Club at the opening meetingof Roy Wittenwyler. I Wlngate; secretary: Mrs. Will
ored with a picnic supper and I Kirby, Mn. Polk, Mn. McCon-
club at 3 30 o'clock 1 Chambers; treasurer, Miss Josephine -
the music : Miss Eunice Grady, county home "viitor
party given by the young people I I nell Collier and a ,
of the Homestead Presbyterian Oct. 13 la the Neva King Cooper demonstration agent, urged the) Pratt; superintendent of study, Mn. Gordon Key. J?,'

Church Tuesday evening at the School auditorium Mn. Frank member to sew or knit for the t Mrs. Spear; and superintendent of I r .
!Webb, vice-president and program Red Crois. She also suggested publicity, Mrs. W M. Lee.
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Irwin { I I iSpearMrs. Mrs5Lee
I chairman of the art club and j Christmas gift project: quilting I II I Present were: Mrs. Roy Murray I Wlngate, ,
ia member of the music club, will I appliquelng, tooling linoleum Mrs. David Fredrick, 1\In. Ira 1 j Mn. Neale Chambers and: Mrs.
Various game were played after King, Mn. Henry Borgardt Mrs. Will I
present a program of living pic tunes and crocheting. The Chambers. FKl >
the Ple-j'
I tures. I decided to hold a meeting
were: Miss Dorothy Members of either club who cannot I at the home of Mr*. Roy ......'I" .... It.... .".. 'n U.&II j

Behrens, Miss Avis Bitting. Miss attend are asked to notify the wyler in Gould to begin work on

Irene Jackson, Miss Wanda Sickle, hostesses: Mn E. H. Collier president , the gift suggestion

Misses Helen and Susan Ftp, I Mr B. E. Gatlin, Mrs. W. The next regular business meeting ,I Pot: DIXIE DRUG Bewanl I

Mill Ila Jean Irwin Miss Ann R. Bird and Mrs. Vane Harris. will be held Friday.' Oct. 10
Htekson the Rev. Ceo. H. Rick,
AVXJ-OO" at the home of Mn. Walter Pet- Phone M aa4 110} fe
Blair and Richard Hickson Charles LEGION PLANS
erson In Goulds, it wa announced. Do ever to consider the tvj
Behrens Bond Bitting, Vernon FOR COUNT MEETING rot stop romance that U a part el 1
Members present were: Mrs. P. vast drug business-how various remedies cam to be dis.vf
Jackson, Mn. Irwin and the honor Plan for entertaining the Dade W. Hendry, Mn. R. L. Scott, Mn. cov.redTTh.rs are thousands of stone which space does null i

guest County Council of Legion Auxiliaries A. W. McVicker, Mn. R. L, Hobson permit i But it takes only a few words for us to says "Be here ft
on Oct 21 were made at a Mrs. Chas. Behrens, Mrs.Hamms early for this I big sale It's the chance you've been waiting foi"1If

ME.V8 CLVB TO MEET meeting of the John G. Salley'' M.... Stapleton, Mr*. Mur-
AT OWEN HOME 1 Post American Legion Auxiliary ray, Mn. Wittenwyler. Mn. Peterson 4J1 Aye a..! 1 #' ,o..n..sufferer.* ,s

The Men's Club of the Homestead Wednesday night In Legion hall Mrs. Schneider Mn. Beth.. {, acid stomach Ills you ewe ''J
Present at the meeting were: It to yourself to
try J
Presbyterian Church will Miss\ Coldren and Mrs. Bitting
Mr Geo. D Ruehle, Mrs. W. E. ea .. : aiaiaaRex. Fear In ,
.I Mrs. N. Van liN. r
hold its opening meeting this season and three guest, IUlld pnlontrafe- ,
tonight at the home of Rheney Mn. Geo. W. Turner, Mn. JGeldrent Mrs. M. V Romine and di.ate..rkJ.q":1. d Pe'" sere ,
Mr. and Mn. W. H. Owen ia Wm. J. Ceronlmo, Mn. J. W. En.gush Mrs. Fulton.A sumach. Thousands de
Mr*. Edw. Norman, Mn.
Gould announce the president '
Joel J. Robinson and Mn. FrankB.
...u.. C. Payne. Rue. business meeting of the W. ; 8ISMAREXhf( 500'WJiiI

Mrs Frank Hathaway and Mr S. C S. of the Homestead Methodist .

Owen will be bosteaeaa at the din- Mrs. Herman Helalela. president Church will be beld,Tuesday;

swr which will precede a roundtable of Redland P. T. A, had at 1 o'ckI ,

discussion. charge of the Miami headquarter

of the county association Wednes / Ho/.bvf, tin '
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DEL RANK BAVIMANBONOUB day. f 1 Oif.CopttfftS VlUmlav .

ON aUBTHDAY The W. W.-;:. C das of the ch"I 'A iat 'easybo-tahe capsule FACIAl 7ISSUU? '
Frank Hausmaa fM*. Get Vnaaiia A pratee.Us .
Dr. was given Florida City Community Church this ..,. FWeeUa reateviatFALL
a birthday dinner recently by Mn.Hausmaa will bold its election meeting at '-w" sea.01.. iw.orMPrcocod --,.7625c' .:-" !':'
at their home on King the home of Mrs. Boyd Cohemour ) '
Oft IrM ...
highway. on Oct. 10 when Mn. Cbheraour -

Coven were laid for Mr. and and Mn. R. B. Chandler win be I eamr )
Mr*. John WhIchard Mr. and Mn. hostesses. I H -- -?M ..

W. B. Mill. Mr. and Mr. Frank ;
Webb Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Rut Wtoe. ........ W.

land. Mr. and Mn. C. Hagler I Tablets Nf EDS23c 1i i 1

., Rice, Dr. and Mrs. Hausman. Miss ,I *>i..i*. k *.. t uklal ...,-of""" sae nee was a. .mar.m.
Bertha Kill Hauls sn, Dr. James ,I rumba M. ais iu* adeeea.e M

Kendrick Mary France' and Ruth .I Wc..j.ryfr. .cca Ews tablet push a spocnfulef
Frank Hausman. and eem/ast/ IPoessaw" Cod Liver
Rutland, Oil ia *rtas i*
t theseS
Burry and Frank Hagler Rice .K 4IIIf AskfcrALICE'S f _teM, Easy U take aacaddy.
A big favorite.MMISOMI .

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BEAUTY 25c Squibb Tooth Paste 2 for __..... ,_

: UCAVnt: BOULEVARD AT I3W ST. I PARLOR f 25c Life Buoy Shaving Cream, 2 for _

Colgate'0 Tooth Powder. 2 for
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.1-"w"4.. -.co-II "-Acre spawn 75c Caroid and Bile Tablets _. ..
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,.........; \, aPit..eUS ..... 1 1f 75c Bayer. .Aspirin ......'>. -*,,;1. .?.. f"' TPike.

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Chamber of Commerce building at
S a.m. I'j I The advanced home ec class I* The dignified seniors will have
'[Beginnln the year with the study,Mrs. Scott a* sponsor and Mrs
Oct. J-Meeting of Episcopal|,of "Personal and Social Rela- Becker as home room teacher this

Auxiliary with Mn. Ralph King-,i UonsM. We have analyzed our .year. Officers elected are: Harry
man at S o'clock. I|personalities and studied the qual- Martin, president;; Marjorie Con

REDLAND HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB Oct. S-Meeting of Ad Astra ities that a good personality ha*. nor, vice-president; and Geneva
-- Chapter of O. i S. In L O. O. F. Personality chart have been' Vann, secretary: and treasurer.

Mn. D. M. Bnnnon was elected members to lend their equipment hall.Oct. I made and test have been made The officers for the junior class
president of the Redland Home t!j to other women in the communitysince 8-Special meeting of Jun- to determine whether we are Inclined -' are: Charlotte Geronimopre.-

Demonstration Club at a meeting]( food conservation I* now a ior Woman'i Club in Chamber of to be feminine or masculine ident; Walter Brennan, vtce-prea.
''Friday In Redland Community major part of the national defense Commerce building at S o'clock. in our feeling and opinion ident; Dorothy Sullivan, secretary

Church. Other officer elected'proaram. Oct. (-Men's group of bridge I The ninth grade home ec class and treasurer.

were: vlce-pesldent, Mn. W. W. The club decided to sell Christmas tournament at home of Mn. JulianH. Is working out budgets tor dif, The sophomore clan of Miss

Halting; recording secretary, Mr*.I cards and other greeting Webster. ferent Incomes. Fletcher' room elected the following

J. Lawrence Scott; statistical sec.cards. Mrs. Carter was appointed Oct. '.-Meeting of Homestead' : Lamar Griffin! president;

, retal'). Mn. E, A. Carter; treasurer -'chairman of the project B. P. W. C. at I p. m. In Chamber The Safety Patrol I* getting! Vara Rheney, vice-president;

Mn. H. J. Armstrong; and Mn. Seymour Dane spoke on i of Commerce building. I started this year and all members Tonunie Harris, secretary; Jack"*

' council representative, Mn. J. A I toll conservation. Oct e-Meeting of Y. W. A. at hope to benefit the school by their Barnes, treasurer. '

i Rotherharo Two work meeting were i borne of Miss Mable Ruth Pope. effort to promote safety. Amongthe
MiN Eunice Grady, county horn I member this year are: Paul
plaa.oed-.n all-day meeting Oct Homestead W. S. C. S. STUDENT COUNCIL MEETS
demonstration agent, emphasized Rue,. Bob Spear, Steve Brando,
Tuesday at the home of Mn. Dane I
meatnlln church S
the Importance of using canning at o'clock. John Taylor, Bruce Scott Roger At the first student council
equipment and asked the club to prepare guavas for all possible Oct T-Ited and Home Demonstration ! Glenn and Wilbur Cave. Several meeting of the present school year
products and a meeting in the Club's .11-4.) work I Mr. E. B Blackburn was ...-.Jeo-
new one are to be added.
KEMAHTD CLUB CITES church on Oct 94 to begin the meeting at home of M.... Seymour I ted sponsor. Kathleen Freeman
HOMECOMING TEA I making of Christina gift*. Dan. J was i elected secretary. A corn

Present were: Mrs. A. W. January Oct. T-Meeting of Redland P. mittee appointed to work out a
In spite of rainy weather an Mrs. W. D. Mahan, Mrs. Arm- T. A. executive committee at S Homestead Girl Scouts lunch schedule I* composed of
interesting homecoming tea was trong 'Mrs. Carter Mn. Dane o'clock. By; BITTY QATLIN. Strike Charlotte Ccronimo, Kathleen
given In the Redland Woman'aClub
Mrs. Rqtherham Mrs. Br nnon, Oct. I-Meeting of Redland P. Freeman and Carl Alexander.

Mn.building Tuesday Dane afternoon Mrs. Scott and Miss Estelle Tur- T. A. at S p, m.; study group at At this _k'i meeting we sang -
by Seymour president
ner.i T:30 p. m.Oct. rounds and wrote the of
of the club and Mn. H. J. Arm i name -\D4 Se Seek!
J Team of
group bridge each for the minstrel badge.
strong. This was the first of five
W. M. V. THEME ISHELPING tournament at home of Mn. Frank Last winter a Montreal woman
social events planned by the club. The new Nature magazine has
MEN IN SERVICE Webb. knitted socks out of a bathing suit
The Rev.,, W. E. Rowell, pastor I Oct. Afternoon group of an article on the Jacaranda by H. then, later, knitted bathing suit
What church auxiliaries do C. Fonberg and "The War
of Redland and Florida City wmunity roe can bridge tournament at home of on out of the *ock*. And soon it will
for men In service the them Creeping Poison by Margate
churches told of his was
summer .lot Mn. Haul Reynolds. I be winter again. -Milwaukee
meeting held In the First Bap. Kienash.
course at Emory
Oct. 10-Princeton Home Dem- I
in Georgia and of his visit to North I list Church of Homestead Monday'and onstration Club meeting at home From the Life magazine we hada
Tuesday by the W. M. U. 11 uLumiuui) iii pi ammmmI':
Carolina and South Carolna. Mrs under of Mn. Walter Peterson in Goulds. picture contest on lint aid. Anne
Geo. E. Deuel spoke on life In: the chairmanship of Mrs E. Oct. 10-Mixed group ol bridge I Rheney had .. core of 7S out of
the Miami Shores H. Collier. possible 80. Ardel Parman and '
pastorate which tournament at home of Mrs. Howard G.
Mr. Deuel held this summer, M r..!( Mrs. T. D. Pkhd assisted by Mrs. Johnson. Betty Bynim! had a score of 70. O. BREWSTER M. D.

Dave Kufeldt told .f her trip to ,Frank Irwin, Mrs Bert Andrew. Oct. 10-Afternoon group of I I A penon out of each patrol was Ere, tan men Bad Threat'
Chicago, and Mn. M. A. Baker Mn. G. A. West and Mn. W. T. bridge tournament at home ofMr i chosen for the Halloween party Treatment

told of life at the University of McDonnell presented the Pl'tll'lmMonday *. B. M. Hindman. (,committee. They are: Margaret
Florida where Mr. Baker attended, and Mn. C. O. Robertson Oct ID-Meeting of NaiareneW. Barnes, Ann Rneney, Barbara CLASSES FITTED

the summer session. | assisted by Mrs. Fete Morgan F. M. S. i Home, Katherine Kelly, Ruth MeCrery Ai a4e. Eeeea 1
Mn. A. Patterson of Miami told lIIn. C. E. Saunders, Mrs. J. R. Oct 10 Work meeting of Rutland, Barbara Wakefield. FlowAsMS4 Filed"

what the National Defense Council jByrum, Mn. S. L. West and Mrs Homestead Home Demonstration I Refreshment wen served. Suzanne Office Hoeni t.. 11 Dally
1* doing. presented the program Club. Brown was hostess this

Cup cakes were served with the I Tuesday. Oct 11-Mill Redland District,',week. Betty Byrum will be hostess
The young people of the church Judging and lance In Chamber of next Tuesday. I... onmnniDAnnouncement_II" ammmm III
tea.Present presented a short program under Commerce building. ,
beside toneswere named - - - - - - - -
the direction of Mrs. S. L. West Oct 19-Men's of
group bridge
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: a -u. "'". D ... I ,
Brannon. Mrs W D. Mohan Mn.'I latter the prayer meeting service WebbOct.tournament at home of Mrs. Bevo'

One Stewart, Mn. Gotch Kufeldt Wednesday. ,
Mrs A. W. January, Mrs V. O.I I j At the executive board meetinguatl IJ-MeeUng of Monday
Saunden, MiN Helen Golemb of the W. M. U. of the Miami Music Club.
and Miss, Martha January. Association In Homestead Sept. IS Oct 14-Buslnea* meeting 01Homedt.I :
announcement was made that Its Woman' Club. .
I Oct IS-Team group of bridgetournament
r. w. A. GIVES I general meeting will be held Oct
CHURCH nOCBAK 24 at the Central Baptist Church, at home of Mrs W. B.Mills. .
and ,hal the young people's meetIng -
The Y. W. A. of the First Bap. will be held at S o'clock Oct Oct 18-Afternoon group of\ ,
list Church of Homestead gave a Z) la'the tame church. A covered bridge tournament at home of
program Monday evening In the Mn S. L. West I
dish luncheon was enjoyed b.the Due to conditions beyond oar control -
church in observance Oct 17
of week of one-hundred-fifty who attended. -Work meeting of
prayer. Miss Mary Frances Rut-1!I' Princeton Home Demonstration I
land, chairman Club at home of
was assisted by Roy W itten-
Miss Melba VanWlnkla, Miss MaJUNIOR' CLUB TO HOLDMEETING wyler in Goulds. which have resulted in increased ,

bel Ruth PoPe and Miss Ana 4Shlckl ON SUNDAY Oct 17-Mixed group of bridge
fOrd. I: A special meeting of the Junior tournament at home of Mia Jewel .
,Woman' Club of Homestead will Turner, prices of supplies our prices

THREE LINES CLUB i!be held in the Chamber of Commerce Oct. 17-Afternoon group of''

PLANS HALLOWEEN PART j building Sunday afternoon bridge tournament at home of
Plans for at :S o'clock when Mr Lillian Mrs. Gto-D. Ruehl I have been increased aa of Oct./ 1.
a Halloween party on .Connelly will be present to discuss -
Pet 31 In the I. O. O. T hall Oct 20-Men's group of bridge,,I
werefade cabaret plans.
tournament home of Mrs. W. R.I j
by the Three Links Club at)
fs meeting Sept 21 at the home |II
f Mn. A. W. Jones. BETTY JOY SAGE HAS, Oct SO-Meeting of Homestead
H. M. Deger won the
tery package. F. J.Cornell mys' Mn. E. F. Sage gave a birthday Oct. 20-Meeting of Gleaner Alice' Beauty Salon
I at home of Mn Jas. Roberta. I
we high-score prize in bingo and party Tuesday In celebration of
of her Oct J2-Social meeting of University -
Clara the sixth anniversary
Krsv, Blass, the low-score
Prfce.. daughter, Betty Joy. ; Club st Ibme of Mrs. I IIi. Mae Morris' Beauty Shop
Announcement 1 After several game had been M. Hindman.,
1m. E. S. Caplinger was made that played the hostess served Ice Oct. 22-Team group of bridge
?tn the club on,Oct. 9. ,cream, birthday cake, cookies and Webb.tournament at home of Mn. Bevo I

Homemade cookies were served punch.
With Iced tea. The guest 'were: Dorothy and .. j

Present were: Mr. and Mn. 'Joann Kinner, Harriet Lowe, Bobby -: GLASSES
'=Dell, Mrs. R. .O. Moon, Mn. 'I and Ada May Levy Lots and

Florence Pacetti. Mn. Blanche :1 1ipman Helen Cornell, Margaret Julia and i I To Keep srntrr or .,11!

Mn. J. It Dixon, Mrs !Bruce Wlngate, Ruth GosneU, Virginia West -
Iaaa, Mrs. Degler. Mrs Capling-i Sage and Geraldine I Top-noHk | There I* all the charm of
and Mn. Jones Jean' Elizabeth and Ruth Betty I I famous Colonial artistry in our
aam p I Mill Work designed la the Early
American motif Doorway
Unit, for Instance. Or quaint
Window Sash. China and Linen

Closet design we show are

? 6w It 0 Ef :hotly charming. U you would
..+ .l ; : ptrmaoently beautify your
We will be clad to help you solve it, whether Tae oar .a.d J L Home, without extravagance

concerns the whole house or an occasional piece. Dr. B. F. ..ve. Mill Work talk with us!

11-01410101- .

'p Smith-Graves Furniture Co. Dr. L. W. BROOD MOB CI. IK.

IW W. r
: Flume 2484 Ho estea4 Pbs.e tanks Has.sa% Saab, Deem Tomb

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Pare Ten THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, October 3. 1941

f gun teats Dr. Brewster set to goats and reported the tame autopsy her of Commerce building on Sat. 1 JOYCE
BREWSTERContinued j work: to make Improvements and. result obtained by Dr. urday, October II, the girl In the;1
correction which had been IndM Brewster and Hudson Maxim In contest win wear evening lownlfor I _
I I Cited by result The armistice their experiment with calves. 1 appearance before the out-of-
( from Page One) !brought an end to the expert-I Correspondence between Dr. town judges who will select the;1 (Continued from Page One)
however blocked this plan. I I ments. Brewster and members of the winner principles This program shouldbe

"In April, If IT, we knew war] The Brewster body shield was British armor committee reveal In Legion Park tomorrow night,, continued In our public school
was Imminent for the United!I the tint practical heavy armor that preparations are being considered Mayor T. J. Harris will make the with much emphasis placed on
Stales, and to prove or disprove S to be developed In the United I In England for the use of opening remarks, and talks In;I friendship of our fellow man.
the possible aid of armor, I vol. 'I( States, according to Baihford body and head armor for all types which the treasure hunt race to, "From this group, probably In
unlt'ered to wear It before army,i Dean of military and civilian service I Homestead will be explained wit I tome small town, will come the
rifle fire at Dckatlnny arsenal," In the years that elapsed between Reports of the council show that be made by Edw. Stillng, president ." future leaders of our-country. We
Dr Brewiter tells one In a casual, the end of the first world(bomb fragmentation, shrapnel and of the Redland District I must not wait until too late to
matter-of-fact manner. I war and the beginning of the machine gun bullet wounds of the Chamber of Commerce, which Is; start this plan," concluded Mr.

Capt Jame Burns, a ballistic present one, practically nothing head and body among soldiers and sponsoring the event, and by Mrs Joyce.
expert at the arsenal, volunteeredto wa done in development of the civilians alike are now Inflicted E. A. Froscher chairman of the Prior to Mr. Joyce's talk Lion
be the marksman. An old friend I armor. Dr. Brewster continually at such close range and at such Chamber of Commerce steering Secretary Cha L. Ooley briefly
of Dr Brewster, he had followedthe Investigated metal and alloys high velocity that they are 100 percent committee.The outlined how public health and
development of the armor and both here and abroad, however, fatal. Today's trench helmets meeting Sunday night at safety are part of the national defense -
had faith In It. lie I II now Major I and when the threat of war again were found to be in very which Mr. Fromhagen clarified program
General Burn, detailed to I.....!' confronted this nation, he offeredhis truth only "tin hats" when pitted many points on the race was attended Lion Walter Weiss showed three
lend administration duty as the cervices again In armor research against the withering fire of tanks by representatives of both films produced by the Ford Motor
right-hand man of Administrator ,and dive bombers the senior and junior Woman's Co., the first of which showed life

Harry Hopkins.For I I His offer of a year' service In Dr. Kenneth Walker of London Clubs of Homestead, the Home- at two farm camps maintained by
an account of the outcomeof armor research was accepted by England, a member of the British lead Business and Professional Henry Ford. Here underprivileged -
the flint test In which he wore Admiral W. R. Furlong chief of body protection committee, wrote i Women's Club the Lions Club boys are engaged In a cooperative -
Ms armor under gunfire, the doctor the navy department's ordnance Dr. Brewster on March 29, 1B41: Rotary Club, Homestead Retail farming project under
produces a copy of the official bureau, and Drf:-Brewiter was "This U clearly a war of high Merchants Association and American latest approved methods.
report made by Major J. C. Nichols given every co-operation and facility velocity splinters which on account Legion. President Stlling The second picture showed how
ordnance department, U. S. A. Suit of armor were tested of their small mass are cap of the Chamber of Commerce, pre- industrial America is aiding de-
officer In command of Plckatlnny I aboard a navy chip. They able of being stopped. We are get. sided. Attending o were Mrs. tense In an emergency by converting -
arsenal. Following are excerpts: were wpm by gun crews and men ting very few chest and abdominalcases Marion Bertram of Miami, newly facilities to produce defense .
"At the test of April 25, Dr. at various other stations, and In the hospitals (for the elected president of Florida Nlne- items-In this case, the so-
Brewster the and simple reason that ty-Ninen. and Mrs. Don C. Mc- ."-
put on armor their actions and reaction noted. ) a splinter entering called "jeeps.Team
was fired at with the service rifle One of the things learned was there regions at 40* feet Rae also of Miami who as delegateto work and safety were
at 10 yards, the muzzle velocity that 15 to 20 pounds of armor canto per second cause ravages beyond the national convention 6f stressed in the last picture which
being 1.500 feet second. The the of Vlnety-Nlners this how
; per worn from four to six hours power surgery. summer pro- vitally necessary
bullet struck the armor about the without fatigue, Dr. Brewster said. And Dr. Brewster'i armor steps moted the Homestead treasure these two factors are In the proper
middle of the right side of the The tests aboard ship extended ,machine gun bullets at 2,700 feet hunt race among members of the handling of automobile
body piece, the ingle of Impact Dec. 'per second! organization. The Idea of the :
from 0, 1140. to May 21, 1941,
being 45 degrees. The armor was and there was sufficient time for Homestead race originated with He: "Do you know' the Scotch
and thewe..r Mrs. Bertram and Mrs. MacRae.At I "
undented apparantly
Improvements and adaptations In football yell? Him! "Yes.- Get
wan unmoved by the Impart accordance with need observedby 13 GIRLSContinued the dance on Oct. II, proceeds the quarter-back!"-Ex.OJI.R.S.AKERS.
of which will be used I
him and suggestions made by
"Dr. Brewster then charged over the; ship's officers.At toward defraying expenses of the .. .' RrtR} ..
rough ground through very this critical stage In the development ( from Page One) contest and the race, music will
heavy rutted sand upgrade for 20 be furnished by Hal Rous' orches-
of models for all typesof visiting aviators, a prize of $25
yards, knelt and fired a gun, then service, the admiral and other will be given by the Junior Ira of Miami. Reservations maybe | DENTIST
performed bayonet exercise with made by telephoning or calling -
rankng officer In charge of the Woman' Club of Homestead to
Springfield rifle and bayonet. He work were detailed to duty at ..ea.I I help the winner of the beauty at the office of Mrs. A. R. rjofflce noun: s. In. to S p. ....:
then illustrated the of sabre Livingston McCrory arcade who
use a and the toward production I title with her wardrobe.The .
progress -
While wearing the armor He also bullet-proof armor ceased contestants, who will make as representative of the Homestead Sundays I te ISCloeed :

threw ball for distance as hand /f Brewster had previously|I''J their first public appearance at Business and ProfessionalWomen's Saturday _
grenade demonstration with satisfactory been requested to consider a con- I II I p. m. Saturday on the platform Club, la in charge of

accuracy." sultant's position on the termination In Legion Park, are a* follows: I ticket sales. I Free Parking Space :.
Dr. Brewster Is "the only Inventor Hiss Jane Gatlin. Miss Mosely :
of his year' contract, but
firm In his faith has For results : .
who to the present time he has not :Sever, Miss Johnnie Lee use Leader. I
stood In Ills own armor in frontof been called back to Washington Miss Charlotte G.ron AndreW'\1' Enterprise Classified Ads PHONE 22131u"n""na""av""nuuwwall
service ammunition fired from He Is not discouraged however. Lena Belle Bond, Miss Melba '1'"I''I' '' I '' ''! ,-

ft machine gun," wrote the late He points out that It took the personal Collins Miss Peggy O'Brien Mils I
Bahford Dean In his 'Helmets Intervention of President LaNclle Roger, Miss Ethel Bailey 1:I
and Body Armor In Modem Warfare Lincoln to overcome the Inertia Miss Margaret Albright Miss
(Yale University Press, and prejudice against adoption of Frances Kerr, Miss Lena Floyd I e
192&). Dean was curator of armor John Ericsson's armored MonitorIn and Miss Geraldine Reltz I

of the Metropolitan Museumof the War Between the States. The contestant will 'W e a I"i
Art and chairman of the armor "It Is my desire" say Dr. sports or street dresses In their II
committee of which Dr. Brewster appearance tomorrow night It
Brewster :
to have the people x>f 111
was vice-chairman. America know that one-half the was decided following a talk toj 1
The machine gun tests were slaughter of modern warfare 'can the varous committee Sunday I
made on Jan. 7, 1918 at the Pick. be prevented If body armor Is night by Carl Fromhagen con-1 I
ntlitfiy arsenal with results noteda used. No sacrifice on my part tot nunager of the Miami air)I
follows in an. official report to and no change in military tactic I maneuvers, who outlined the so.l
Second cial duties of Miss Redland Dis-
the war department by be
can too great to bring this
Lieutenant M. E. Nulsen, ORC. i about. trict. At the dance In the ChamDoea -

The report follows in port: "I am prepared to demonstrate :, : : : ,. '
"The gun was placed on the again, at any time that a man SMALL4ct Convenient,
high ground at the end of the can perform all military duties

promontory at the proving ground. and be protected from rifle and Your Car Have
Dr. Brewster, wearing the armor, machine gun fire and bomb fragmentation
stood out on the Ice of the lake while wearing heavy

about ISO feet from and facing armor," said he, "And that whichan Any of e
the 'muzzle of the.gun. In each
old man can do, the young

the cane height the gun of wa the chest aimed. at. about do men also.of"the army and navy can : These Faults? Now the small home can be built right from

"2700 foot seconds; service ammunition In January, 1941 member of : finish. It be well It
start to can designed. can
furnished by Lieut. Roll. the body protection committee of : ? 7
A single shot was fired at the left the British Medical Research :
be well constructed. It can include modern
side of the armor producing nomovement
Council had
reached the stage in
. Lack Fewer and Speed?
armor research attained by Dr. conveniences.The
"Gun now operated by Serg't I Brewster in 1912. They conducted Hard U Start
lleyer, 1700 foot seconds; service rifle fire test on armored :
ammunition . A single shot was t'_ Toe Mark Gas
-- small home has never been so usable-and
fired, followed by a burst of four
shots with the gun swinging across AIR CONDITIONED Vibrate er no reach
ROLLER IKATI IN COMFORT livable. Home financing has never been so
the body, and raking fire which Afferse .. I to I p. M : Sluggish and Ne Pep
truck body, head, face and leg*. Dikes.. sa. A...... IU, Urn .u practical for the moderate-income family.
_. :
( ., tlM I II
tM P. M.
"This ended the tests . Noneof .U....... _.. '_ .'_... ..., ...> tu
the shots made an Indentation aDrIft

on the armor surfaces. Venetian RWOR.W.570Ave.Skating MI Rink..MAn e The down payment may be as low as onetenthof
After the rifle and machine
= ) late our strut and I the property valuation. One loan will

IT PROTECTS! 3 have the cacti 8C1C.V.TITICALLT take care of the remaining cost of a new home.

Accident"M Wherever you travel-or If you I TESTED with Repayment Is made in monthly installmentsout
stay right In the home town-
1ft Accident Policy will protect ear BMW SIN MOTOR of your income.over ample time.

you from those afteranguishesof TESTIER and fee for your.elf .
R =
Injury, And accidents are :; .
happening to every sort of person !i what 'I, needed le pot tIt .: We will 'help' you to put through your appli-

If you, everywhere should be,injured all the, hardship time- :I In first class operating 1 I cation for art F. H. A. loan.

/ will not follow on hard = condition.i .
luck, ,if you. Insure with us I
,todtjt =i Preston B Bird Motor (oJ 1 ,W._ D., HORNE CO.

x - EDWARD STILING |I'South x... AT*. rh. 1* .I'' FRANK L. SKILL, Owner

: I Hardware Lumber and Building Materials
As | .
.=:. 'drew Clio rho%% t 1 '! j 1 Bsenestead' I1L'' I' thorn SI7J.1Ji -

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Friday. October 3. 19U THE HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page Eleven]

R :dland Rattier I..CLASSIFIED ADS j I IFOR

HATE: First Insertion 10d a line; subsequent tnwrtkmrtt
I ;i a HIM


Full Physical Education ProgramNow dent, ; RENT I 1- -- -- LOANS- .- -

Under Way in Redland School urer. ; RENT OR SALE Store
building, living rooms. Suitable .I
REPAIR Residential, Grove
-- for lowers and I
; plants, and Business Property
A full physical education program grade girls, three times a week. fruit, souvenirs, novelties or
er From
I $30 to $5,000-from 1 mo. to
for boys, under the supervision They are to work on corrective most any business. On Key West S years..

t of Coach Snyder, U. now posture exercises and games as rens highway at florid City. See I''I No Down Pament-No Red Tap

under way. The boys will have well as regular team games and Edw. -SUllng. realtor. oj-17) SMALL, MONTHLY PAYMENTS e

access to a wide program of activities Individual sports.
4-H I($200 for 36 mo.-Repay $6.39 mo.
Including: touch football, Special physical education activities BEDROOMS, separate bath and $500 for 38 mo.-Repay $13 97 mo.

baseball, softball, tennis, badminton will be given to students to I stairway. 15 E. lib St O3-tt) $1,500 for 60 mo.-Repay $3250

shuffle-board hone shoes unable to take part In active '

paddle tennis, table tennis hand port*. RENT-4-Roorn Cottage with mo.Ask for FREE Estimates

,ball and volleybalL Climbing ropes Swimming and life-saving Instruction 1 I acreened-ln rent and back Without Obligation

have been Installed in the gymnasium li to be given at the or an .. porches, furnished or unfurnish, LOANS can be secured U Modern

,. and tumbling mats .and Homestead municipal swimming I... ed. Irene Shanklin Palm ave. Its and Repair LEASED OR

climbing ban are to be added In pool. and Redland rd. Florida City. MORTGAGED Property.We .

the near future. The type of activity Rythmlcal activities such ai I : (poS also have F.H.A LOANS for

that the boy engages in singing games, folk dancing and New Homes, payable monthly

will be determined by his physi "social mlxen" are to be taught RENT-4-room newly furnished over :20-29 yean.Let ..
calneecl.. The girls will have Intramural ... apartment Private bath, ua supply your BUILDING

Each boy In high school Is participating competition but there will be no raM bottled gas stove. Reasonable NEEDS. Prompt Service.

in physical education Interscholastic competition for I 1 rate. C. H. Lawrence, loa N. BKOOKEK LUMBER CO.

and all are enthusiastic over the girls. 1-I W. 1st St. (A22-U) 1 Phone 62 homeitead. Fla.

development The bo'I'.re program.to have regularphysical ATTENDS NUTRITION COUNCIL ) RENT-Two-bedroom apartment REAL ESTATE
....... all electric, furnished 9 I
education uniforms. Miss Bertha Nill Hausman of sea ; -
Girls' physical education this the Redland High School facultywas TRAL minutes drive from Homestead, IF YOU WANT to sell your Grove
...... Federal highway & B.scayn
year is under the direction of one of the five Dade County CI... I list with J. K Dnrn Grove Specialist

Miss ftriscilla Robinson. The uniforms home economics teachers who attended drive, Modello. Mrs. Eva Col- 1 Miami, Fla 214 Halcyon

will be one-piece blue lyn- a nutrition council in Ocala lint. Arcade Phone 2-246.1 (pnT

een gym suits. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. RENT-Residence In Florida I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,

Seventh eighth, and ninth I The council was called by the City; 3 bedrooms, fireplace, elec. as administrator, I am ready to

-crade girls are required to take state supervisor of home economics tric stove running hot and cold W. Green
.".... I sell the W. prove on
physic 1"'t cec, I n five times a to plan for making home economics MM water two bathrooms; reasonable Krome Road consisting of approximately .

week, and Th, t :h, Hth and 12th courses aid in defense. triuli PONT rent. Apply Leader-Enter 14 acrea All porticointerested

Clark prise. j i In or desiring to bid

Local futh Is Member 1 Skeptical on this land will pleane n-e me

f Stetson Glee Club Harking back to the days when FOR SALE I at once. Don E. Fetrryra Administrator .

quite number of tramps rode the of the estate of W.

DeLand Oct. 2-Maurice Fain, railway trains, a woman who used SALE-1929 Model "A" Ford W. Green, deceased. (poJ-

to live near the water tank recalls and rowboat .ell together or I
ion of Mr. and Mn. C. L. Fain :
of Homestead, will be one of the one unkempt 1 Individual who grew >M... separately T. Orfanedes, Home. WANTED
talkative while sitting on the back under stead. 03.IT.
ninety-five members of the nationally
'porch eating a lunch she had given I
famed Stetson some ,
University of 0. I-mInute photo outfit school and grade school iibjecta.j .
Glee Club this fall, according to a i with enough films to take '100plctw"el j Mn. H. J. Armstrong A. B,
list released here by Director Harold "I don't suppose" she remarked. ( and other parts. Cheap Plummer drive and Country
M. Giffin. "that you know what good honest
Make big money. Inquire this, Club road.
,Prof. Giffin reported that competition work .U." I office. (03-17)

for entrance Into the "No. lady I don't," he said 'ai WANTADSPAk"I.' i I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
ranks of the glee club was keener he finished eating and stood up. : ; I PLANTS. M. P. Walker h hmkir flvn that Thr Magnolia
1 MM '<'_ ,. kolorr M MifcM M K_,.<..
at any time In JU history. What good Ii It? -Pike County Cub : i I Kings Highway at N. E. First Dnlnwo"R 1l101rl
Republican. name Ave. (PO17) ...,. dated IM Ilk *.>. of A....."
-- of A. D. UI ku filed Mid (.'Olfh..... In
The Last Weed NOTICE t',.n... 'TITIOVI m offk.. und hM Md voilriiHm for
The chap was considering buying NAME LAW SALE Used electric refrigerator can time to ...... thrrrou In MI wo NOIM> with,
NOTICE II GIVEN that tkwdmum law SM Certlfla.bran. IM follow.,1m
a home of his own and the real *, OMlrhw HEREBY to In business< good working order. Virgil __.,..... roMrty. Moolrd 1* Pods
estate salesman wed taking him to under the* flrtttlow MOM mru of MODERN Lyon Phone J09-J. o3tf) Countir. ,....... tu-wHi
I| UM IS. 14 and II. Ilk. I. rkiiunntllk
BEAUTY SHOP, IMondi to rwtowr the
look over a place that was up for MM MM with the Clerk of the Circuit P.h. Plot Bonk e. Pu I... .....t.. Is
SALE-Baby guineas-3 .. ,.......
sale. Upon arriving then the Court of Did Cooon.,. FlorId.. ndw l Dxto .tr. State of
LULA W. MEYBEM ender : months old. SOc each Helen Tht _mint of sat ..*..*.., wader
salesman said: (Irpt. IS, II. Get S, 14, IMI) I...... Roberta the Mid Certificate bawd m .. IM Mm*
Whiting Ferreyra, readjust .
"Hen we are, the latest thing Clark of Elisabeth U. -. Unln MM IVrllfl.rl
1- north of Avocado drive. .k.ll b. rrnWiMd uraordln In ,low U.
in homes" NOTICE HOPS "CTITIOVI dead will ..... tkrrm O. tow lied day UtOrb.Mr.
,"Yes?" questioned the prospect NOTICE II NAME HEREBY'LAW GIVEN that ik (Sept (a8-tf) A, D IMI.
hated this Ilk day of.u .l A D.
"Yes" asserted the salesman undrnlrntd doctrine to ".... In kiulMM
PLYMOUTH Coach Overseas, 1911.
undrr tile fictitious Mm of SLIM BODY
"*Rra>e for three can with built-in E. B, I.EATHF.RMAN,1T.rk.d :
SHOP Intends to Partaker Mid Mm with Motor Co., Ford dealer Home rirrull .Curt. Dads Counlr KkirMn.
living room." the Clerk of Ik* Circuit Court -of 0.... Circuit
Florldu. stead. (s28-tf) ( C4>urtloa"
County 8r N. C, ITKRRKTT II C
A II MEYBEM is> >i. ii. ii on. s. 111, ". luin
NOTICE VVTIFR FICTITIOUS (.Sept. IS M, Oct I, 10, 1141) i DC a pound. Mrs. Keltl I '
.1Id..lw...... dMlrlns. to .n..... hi knlnwiuno.r .NAME.n\AI\'EN n Homestead. (mlt-tf) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCPRNNtk .
the IrtlUou Mm of AL'I SERV. NOTICE 18 that the b Overall, ..... that 1. sadn
ICE STATION Intend to TmwtmUr Mid .nndrnlrnrd dMirlni to *...*.* In biwInMiuulrr SALE'tropical plants, iilrui I .. pnnuont lo the "".........,- N.mSUIuW *
nut with the C1.sins! of the Circuit; Courtof the fictitious some of SEMINOLE.. and fruit Unpnson. ." HIMIM Rill No. ",.. Chapter Nn.
MOTEL intends to rfcfawr Mid Dame .I.btho trees tropical
Dd County, Florid.. r 124-13 1..wd Fk"Id.. 1041. will r.alet.rwith
HASTINGS Clark of the Circuit Court o( Old Jungle Grove, Radiant the Clark oaf the Cirnoit.sari, in
(Sept. II. IS, o.t.J. I': 1941) _1jn. Countr. Florid HURRELL L. JOINER I I Fossil and Plummet drive. I II I and for Did. Counlr. PlormiiMint ,. up". r'..
of of Iktanntln
prouf low okllralliHl % f
NOTICE I'Nnfllt: FICTITIOUS (...." IS, II. Oct. 5. 10. 141 IM. 'lrllll_ num., tn-wlll
NAME LAW I SALE Furniture, cheapfor i HOMESTEAD HARDWARE; ("0., under
NOTICE II HEREBY: GIVEN that IM Mrs. E. Anderson whisk I .. >nnMi.d In boatman .l numkrrI
cash. R.
MoonbM*:. declaims to ......> In I ...'-*-. DR.M.A.BERGERDentist I , South Re..- A__. hi tK> City atHnmMhnd.
4 .....*. the flrtHIm UM of HOMESTEAD N. W. 1st st. & lit ave (po3) I FkirM.
HAHERDASHERY. Intend to waiter Mod That th* pony IntorMtad In MM hominess
MM with the Clark" of tile Circuit Court $i5-n new FordTc.r or ....erprhas b s fdbwr
of DM County FtoriiU.a. J. O WYNNh_,
w. WITTKOPB truck. Phone SOt-J. s26tf) Doted I* H.__. Dd ......... Flnr.H. .
:. A. BUCHANAN I .. Amuck loth. '.'1.
Tarots II, IS Oet. 9. 10, Isis i NOTICE imrtRR FICTITIOUS Don E.: trrmrm. AUOTMTISopt. .
j Office Hours 8:30-1:30 NAME LAW S.!H IS. M. Orl S. IMI)
iv.m irricT j .IT NOTICE II HERESY GIVEN that the 1 _
NAME LAW ...... dtolrloc to ...... In OU IMM I NOTICE ENDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN: that tMnaonlinrd. Open ETtnlan by ApDolntmenl the flrUtloM "._ ., KINGS HIGH NAME LAW
doctrine to mot fa h..ln SERVICE STATION ..d CEKE NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN that the
M trader tile fMlto*. Mm. of VENE t First National] Bank CARS. Intoodo to nvkitpf MM MOM l I............. dMlrtmi to In MilMM -
TIAN WOOD YARD 1,_ to nvtaurMM .... the Clerk of tile Circuit Court of tide 1 under tile flrtlllou "_ of HimwiMd -
MM with tile Clark of tile Circuit Florid /. 10..'_ Cnll_ In****, h> mtatet
Court of Dad Conirt* Florid. ZEKE H MARTIN tIM MM Mm with IM Clerk of Ih* Cir
PETE 1. MOMO1T ; Building MARGARET MARTIN salt Court of Dods :..." .. Ft"W.HALPORD ..
(Imt.. K. Dot. S, 10, II. IMII denly n* IS M, Oct. a, It, 11411 C. ItTANI.rY
; NOTICE Of Al'I'LlrATION-_ I" toast II. It. Ml Ort. .. 10111NOTICE

Notice h hereby elects that Erort: O. sad TAX DSHD-Pll. lass
The WotltTi News Seen Through I rr ......... lor Mater M omltmeo* of : N'Xlr. hi hereby sh.s llnl M'tUr W.
.., ., Missal Tae *rrUflcu Numkurrd Monr hoMrr ** arknw. of Cry ,rf Hlobok. '
'!I, dated IM tlk dor of Jm*. A. IX 1' OrUflr Numkrrod ,
: ... its filed MM Certificate III nrr of- Ilk day of Julr. A_ Ito IM*. ko* filed MidOttifluto
Ait International Daly NIt J1n ; *. sad has mod application for tal : mr offlc*,. .od koj wads 'r.
Tnthfd-Cennr.cti.-UsMad-Pre. fr.. Soomedsaal'i.t. i 1 to IMM tMrooo ,. MOOCMOM oath vllrolloni tee Wd.to bs IMroon
.. &Ii.......* Are Tandy md IiutnKtr, sad In Duly ..MM doriMd Property ltuMl to Duel kl.m UM following, dMrHkMl "__. ....
FWMUTM r wllk the Wkr> Ml-iM Se .., ....- I ..... .._. ....It. surd III Dud C....". P1nr..... ".-.11 I
dM M...cur foe tb Homo. Lot S, Mtork 4 Intuitional frM. Plot Lot 14 alert ...... Hialeah Sloth Addl.tl. .
1 WJ!
......... _._..,...<.....NtmsMfMT..._.........__.....__ .,__.__...-JThe . 14. ,.*. U to tile City at "_I. ... In the City of H........ County ol .....
Chrittun Science PukUkmg Society ..tr of Do**, SUM ., FlortM.TM ,I stated ..-....
e....mint of Mjd puiiiltr UM.r '; Tk* u. .miM of Mid property under
On. Norway .StM. BCJWM MasMCheMM.j CorUflrato hauod WM M the MM of the MM CorUfkoM. band WM, to the MOM
Price $1200 Yearly: Mil Ma Mots,. _" Uuloj MM 0.etIks..Ml) ml ""h_ U.... MM Onl'voto dull
,nrW I_ I Induduif MMW s.-.. II.60 a V_ redeemed according to tow. tu dead k* ridnniid Mcordlw to 10. tan dad
low rWroM on Ik* lath day of Oo. will ..... tkrOM oo tile Mod dr *f (M.
lamducterf 0'.., 6 lass 2)
A. D. IMI. i I toWr. A. D. IMI.
Name : Dad. tkto nik dor of ___.... A. 1),1 1Mb noted thin lath day of SVtlrwilM A. D.

Add..... I E. I. LEA T l'It' "AH. Cloak EL H. tEATMCRHAN. rbrkof
Circuit Ceart. Dads Cueortr. .--- Crmll Coon. Dada Coowtr.ClmM FE-Id..
( SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST ..... c-t 1oaI, J l( Casa |M!|
I. !I I' ... .. "'Rill, D. Co Mr N. C 5TERR: +TT. r1. Co
loft II, I'. UI 0.&. .. 141. 1941) ....... IS, M, OIL 9. ... IT IMI



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PLANT and WM supplied originally by plus: Commodities Corporation at chlnery needed U available at the Musselwhlte (chairman: ), Preston
I the Federal Emergency Relief Ad- 70o a field box last year, it had very file on which the building B. Bird, J. D. Redd Most Sever,
ministration. It Is now tht property to be transported to the Braden- should be erected. Efforts to get J. F. Rohrer, Paul Haley, Ottd
(Continued from Fact Oat) of the state department of ton canning plant The result the state marketing bureau to Bernecker, U R. Becker ai>d Mr
council for Dade County will besought i agriculture. was that the growers netted only erect t building for a canning SteffanL
In contacting the Farm County Agent C. H. Steffani, about JOc.a box for their fruit plant have been unsuccessful.
Security Administration. who If secretary of the Florida i Membera of tile committee feel Hence tile attempt to interest the Bride "Will It
The canning equipment for City farmtn' market executive I that It It disgraceful for such a F S. A. in putting up a building coat much
which a building asked former. committee, pointed out yesterdaythat producing area as the Redland at a semi-defense measure. feather our Met i
tr comprised the plant of the Self. when grower were wiling .District to be without a canning The Florida City market com. Furniture Dealer "Oh' no. JuK
Help Ctt-operativt Association their grapefruit to the U. S. Sur. plant-especially when the ma- mlttee If composed of WUUam a little down-Atlanta Two Belli

: "Imagine me, j jI '


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steering a ,


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l "And I've had two raises f
I pay f i;

II II I I in only eight months! I'll say

,i you can't beat Uncle Sam's Navy!" ,

9 ':4 /'! >/"" ow

YOU] couldn't ask foe a greater thrill than Where else in the world are there such "

which a fellow get when he comes LOOK WHAT THE U. S.. NAVY opportunities for thrill for fun, for a future

back home wearing a trim Navy uniform.The AND NAVAL RESERVE OFFER YOU at In Uncle Sam'a Navy?
folks crowd around. They all want to know
where you've been what you've done. And FREE TRAINING worth'1600.Nearly trades ,
and vocations to choose from.
man,do you have dories to tell I
GOOD PAY with regular Increases. You may
tarn up to f 128 a month.
EACH YEAR yon art entitled to a generousveatios
proud.And you should be. For you'vebeen period with: full pay,
6000 FOOD and plenty of it.
leading the greatest life in the world.
I And it's a thrill to tell about it,too.A thrill to FREE CLOTNIM. A complete outfit of clothing .
when you test enlist (Over$100 worth)
i see the admiration in the eyes of the One and FREE MEDICAL CARE Including regular dental .
Only Girl.you tell about the firs time you attention.

I steered a Destroyer. Or handled a P.T Boatat nNlIY..TS and entertainment any: mancould
more than 45 miles per hour. Or steppedout ask for.

I in' front of your shipmates to receive your TRAVEL ADVENTURE, tllRlU.S-! You cuabaattMNI.wUlaal \ Get this FREE booklet
first promotion.
BECOME M met Many can work for
it an appointment to the Naval Academy or Mail coupon for your free d
I Is 0f tile Annapolis of the Air at -&. copy of "Life In the U. 8.
FUTURE SUCCttS.Jt.-rorNa.traiMII Navy:"S4 pages,fully Uluetrated.
It answers all
I men to get good-paying Jobs in civil life questions. Tells what your 4i E
j I LIBERAL RETIREMENT foe regular' Navy pay will be...promotioneand IV4 VL'
vacations you can aspect... .
i bow you can retire on a lifeIncome
Describes bow you '
can learn any one of 45 bigpay -
f I II FREE TRAINING WORTH $1500 tradea from aviation to
I ndlo...how many may become oRes,.. ZTaceast
And all this time you're taking care of your from Navy life showing sports and games you may
future! The Navy said "Pick a trade-we play ships you may be assigned to, exciting ports Vyou
can make you an expert.: "And they gave you : may vkit.Tells enlistment requirements tad
where to apply.If between 17 and 31 (no
i. And with that promotion came an bcreaee nearly 60 ikilled trades and vocation. to high school required; i-): this fret boat BOW.Nt
I in pay.And there were more to come.Second choose from:Radio expert,machinist,welder, obligation.Ask the Navy editor of this paper for a
copy. Or telephone him. Or mail bin the cou -.
: aviation mechanic dental technician, electrician ].
dam Fiat Clam. And then Chief
Pettj You tan paste it OB a penny postal card.
Officer. Many might erect go to Annapolia. -to mention a few.

Or to Persmwola with the flying cadetj! Yes,trainmc that would be worth$1500 to WEAR THIS' SABlE W MONO*I U

EIcidDl: ?You bet aDd IuD too Something yon in one ,.,'. time. Training that will after reading the free booklet you de

dofag all the time. Real be-_'..UM Boxk assure you of a well-paid job In civil hie. Yet e dde tt apply fee a plea n the Navy
BaaebalL FootbtJL Swimming. AND you get paid while learning-get your keep you will receive this court laps'
outfit of free. tmblen. It fa a badge of house yea
and complete clothing:
MOVIES...previews,tool a
Will bt......to......

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ENROLL m THE: NAVAL RESERVE Tear eat cad tab ........ t is coMm ato

s the NnJ Edit r eI tills
e. H RELEASED AFTER THE EMERGENCY aewspap.rWitbo.tobligatkrsuasy.paxtwbat _
tend.. .
-,please e
Tbs Secretary./tM Navy baa sawMaced.AISM .,.. spared. ,.-...0- .; .a lsgtb. eI time is- ,..booklet "IY.in tbI'N."Ii" full details lbold'
BOW enlMUgmthe Naval Reserve mamlng fce\r enlistment'fflbeieUlned opportunities for ate In the Nary ot Naval a-w..
on active Navy duty(hroofbRssnesnbertbt regular Navy and Naval
oat' she period of tba national......swy,but Reserve... you the mum travel, .....
they will be ulsasii to Inactive duty at soon pay Incnasss. Phyatcal require. ,Mam. \r
aver the em.gemcy a. their 'TkMouU seats :the Naval Reserve are more.liberal.

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