Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00512
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: October 17, 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: VID00512
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Florida1* LEADEii ENTERPRISE Serving RedlasdDistrict

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;YoL 30-:No._41 Homestead Florida, Friday October 17, 1941 Price -Onti

Carson C. of C. Paid S ; !

Gallaher to Be Festival Manager j jI

I ''Two' School Districts Vote'FORMER MARKET ANALYST HAS



AUDITORIUM Dog Torturer, Slugger of Aged, Hides

I Under Bed' as_Robbery Arrest Nears

''ADDED ROOMS .John Martin, Jr.. the' bold -Ing, Into: South Dad THE WEATHER Former Executive- Over 13
to how, him
man who a month ago tortured the night life of'
a three-month-old puppy until it Homestead and vicinity. Official weU-; report of the States Lives on Own
| It seem: that Johnny has been Subtropical ExperilMllt Station, Grove Near
FOR was paralyzed and nearly dead.(hanging around the Miami curb Homestead Florid. "
i< REDLAND was found hiding under a bed market where his filter Annie, I VOTE is UNANIMOUS
when county and City of Miami workl. Shutler and his pal whOle note j Max. I Min.I Sar. i Rain
officers made their way Into the'name la Brown, arrived in town I Oct. ..__....1.2 1 II I 1 FOR BOTH OFFICIALS
home of hla parents on Epmore: !|with their truck from Kansas and Oct 10.._ -. .. f II' 12"21
$100,000 Project Comparable drive Monday to arrest him for,being strangers welcomed John-,Oct It_'_' fIG I ,10,15 Galaher Re-engaged for
to Homestead's mating and robbing Herschel ny's overture of hospitality They Oct 12__.' II' I 1.15 Staging of Annual Fair
1 $125,000 ProposalNOMINATED ,Shutter, a Kansas truckman whom j i wanted to go to the telegraph of-Oct 13- 15 1 130.11\\
I 7J 1 Next Year
Oct. 14 85 I 13 130.111Oct.
Johnny was showing over the Red- flee to wire their home office for
15.. as I 12 12U8 &.03
$ FOR land District Saturday nightThe I i some money. Johnny obligingly ;
Miami police officer Detective ; went with them and was -along Directors of the Redland Dl'jtrlct -
FARM LIFE BOARD Tucker, one of the five:!when they received the $72 for'37 MILLS I Chamber of Commerce la"-*
officers who surrounded the Martin which .
they had telegraphed. Af- I night voted unanimously ,lo 'en- .v
Bashor, Hickson, Mason house wanted Johnny on three ter that Johnny and they were I i gage A. F. Carton former editor J" ,
Roberts Indicated as I charges: driving under the Influence ,inseparable for the rest of the TAX LEVY' BIDS ,and market research firm e.wtutlveas '
of liquor, reckless ; ; .
driving .
k paldkman gio :IPf i *' ; -A
and leaving the scene of an accl.1 The tCe'rrheni"rode -around "I They also voted vnanlmouklyJtfc .V 4
May Trostef'S': 'dent-all of which also happenedon Miami In Johnny'i car early Sat ION ENGINE ASKED re-engage E. H. Gallaher ko man. ''
Saturday night just before I urday evening, and Johnny driving :age the 1942 Redland District
time for voting on a bond Issue 1bf I Johnny decided to take the visit., In his usual debonair fashion, 'Fruit Festival ,\
$100,000 for construction of an sideswiped a car In downtown MI.I A tax levy of 37 mills was set I II !1 Mr. Carson's experience as man

auditorium, band rehearsal room amt Johnny, of course, kept righton by the city council of Homestead 'alter of market research activitiesfor

and office for Redland Farm Life DISTRICT-WIDE going. Brown remonstratedand I at an adjourned regular meeting an Internationally known
and Johnny he ought to go firm before he came to the Red-
School as well aa t bond Issue of .i Friday night after the tax roll of
back to the scene of the accidentsee land
I District to make his home
125,000 for construction of gymnasium what damage had been done Assessor W B. Caves, showing a |'!several month ago, has given hima
and auditorium for the and hake a report to the polio, net assessable valuation totaling' familiarity! with population centers .
Homestead schools. $1,088,840,. had been accepted and
ON HALLOWEENA so Johnny swung around the
classes that la expectedto
Local trustees had thought the I adopted. Thirty-five of the S7
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be valuable to this whenhe
bonds would be voted on at the I I mills levied Is for debt service area .,
takes his duties of
biennial school trustee and special 't'ijUowHn j and the remaining two mills 111 over promoting -
commut party the district under the
school tax district millage electionto IISS REDLANDS"iTITLE for general governmental expenses. supervision -
to which all of of officials and direr.
people the
young .
be held Nov. 4, 1941, but tat I
She suggestion of county officials Redland District are Invited wilt I Following a report made by I ton of the chamber. Formerlyof
the bond issues will be submittedto I be given Oct 31, from 8:30: lo :, AWARDEDLANELLMOGERS Light and Water Superintendent Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Carson }
are living on their 20
freeholders of the respective 110 p. m.. in Homestead municipal! I Gordon Ivey and the city's consulting grove II
just north of .
Kings Highway
School districts at the primary I park under the sponsorship If the engineer Wm. Sydow regarding the Federal on \ i
election. The reason for this it Homestead Rotary Club. a generator available at aLong highway.Broom I 1
was pointed out, la that the prospects J i A costume parade, led by the I! I I Island town the council voted 't
art greater for a turnout: ofat school bands, will start from a The title of Miss Redland District to advertise for bids for the Factory-Fire r.
least 51 per cent of the taxpayers ..;,' central downtown point In Homestead I t{'furnishing of such a generatoras Does Only $50 DamageFire
I was awarded to Miss
at a primary election because -,. and proceed to the park. LlNene'l the first step In procedure to
of state wide issues that Prizes will be given for the best Roger of Redland by !'acquire It which resulted when loose
heighten Interest of the voters. costumes worn in the parade according urday night at the Junior-Worn- I Grow assessed valuation as 'set broom straw was Ignited by chem.
Redland School's new auditorium -I to age group. 'an's-Club-sponsored dance-In they f forth In the assessor's report is'Icala from a broken vat, threatened .
will be built east of the present -, At the park there will be a pIe. Chamber of Commerce buUdin,. $1,451,920. which $1,234,830 Is 'I the 18.000 broom factory at
high school building. Tenta. eating race, relay races, sack races Ten girls, charming In evening'real estate and Improvements and Princeton Wednesday night but
tive plans are for the auditorium] a tug-of-war and other events gowns and clearly all of them ad. $217,290 represents personal prop waa extinguished with a lou of '
to be on the second floor and a for both boy and girls. mittedly "scared to death,' walk ert)'. After deducting from this I only ISO after prompt arrival of '
band rehearsal room, principal's And. ofcourse, refreshmentswill ed around the border of the dance amount lands acquired by the I firemen and apparatus from Homestead
offices and other rooms on the be served to one and all to be viewed by 300 pain of eyes.I state, lands redeemed In 1940. wld- and the Dade County fire
ground floor. The present audl"torium free of charge. They were: Miss Margaret Albright (Continued From Page Ten) J control unit In Redland. ,
will be remodeled into The athletic events will be un- : Miss Jonnie Lee, Andrews,'
Quarters for the Redland school der the supervision of the Home. Miss Leana Belle Bonds Miss
(Continued on Page Five) (Continued on Page Five) (Continued on Page Five) Agriculture of South Is Now Being 'I

Restored by Education Says Taylor
J JVlee
Annual Cabaret to Be Held Nov. 29; Parker Resting EasilyIn

I I Homestead Hospital Education of the southern farmer Interests to a dangerous point i
Improved Seating Arrangements Madethe la resulting In the restoring of He explained that Industry and 4
O. B. Parker, who was taken 111 farm lands which had been allowed professions have lured young people
*' The fourth annual cabaret of the location table'around 'the Monday night at his home on N to run down and become from the farm and led to
Homestead Junior Woman's plus dance floor. There will be It Krome avenue was reported to be depleted because of Ignorance of concentration of wealth. in the j.

trill'be held 'Saturday, Nov. 29, ringside tables that seat eight and resting easily at the James Archer the principle of crop rotation and eltlea.
cif three ringside tables that seat 12. Smith Hospital yesterday.Mr. soil conservation by the previous "Th old southern civilization
in the Chamber of Commerce Other table In the second and and Mrs. Parker and H. O. generations" said Phil Taylor of of the past was founded on an
building;, announces Mrs. ,Augusfs third row will seat four, six and Harden returned Sunday night Florida Department of Agricultureat improper conception of the proper j+
Wynn, general chairman, and eight'.,.,..,: Bleacher win be from a vacation trip of sevenweek Tallahassee, at I Joint meetingof relationship between the tanner
the ticket tale Win begin Nov. 10. erected tar$hose who do not wish which' took them through the Homestead Rotary Club and and city dweller This led to
i Reservations may be secured after a. table. Arkansas, Colorado, New Mexico Redland District Lions Club at Legion clsss distinction and raised I bar-
Nov. 10 from Mrs. Fielding Ruff The club has purchased equip- and Texas Monday night Mr.Peret'who hall Tuesday Might rlef between them. -
In the McCrory Arcade during the ment this summer which*1B makeit sufferq"hem tow Using,bit own boyhood expert. "In my father's,time there wasa
day or,from Mrs. Roberta Harrison possible for all 'to see the ahow blood pressure, became ill and was once as an example, Mrs. Taylor type of land owner In the South
la' the, Chamber of Commerce. la comfort taken to the hospital t* be ensured showed how the natural resources who was very well educated In the
.... buflding'each'evening: The new plans give the building of rest and quiet and prosnpl medical !,tof the South and the entire covuv classics and fine art*. He could
-A.-chart drawn to scale, shows a seating capacity of t1X<*'* attention. '+ i try have been exploited by pro (Continued From Pap Tee) {



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H < Pare Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. October 17, 19J.

I Good Prices for Everything Growers '!':-..- .. : .* : .. .. . ', aD Eustis month. ha Va..been for singing the past over two the-

Produce, Says Florida Market Head, OUR BOYS IN SERVICE lover camp a radio national and hook-up will later according sing

to word received here. He la
Jackiomllle, Oct. 15--There quickly so that the load la dellv-, : : .., .... .. 'also a. member of the camp glee
will be I demand *t toad price'lered ,nd the transportation conIvenlence -I II club.
for? everything Florida growersproduce I returned for another 1 1I Moffett Brothers Come Fred Borgardt Sings

this 1t.1Oft. Wm. I. WIN I fktad. I From Camp for Week-end On Fort Eustis Radio I
Labor will be plentiful, he said
IOn, director of state farmer WhaCY'Y
It would teem that state markets
Private John B Moffett of CoB .
markets, forecasts His prediction ought to be very h.lplulln ; Pvt. Fred Borgardt of Redland I IntheWANTT
62nd Signal Batallion now stationed .who ha been stationed in Fort
I* bued on the requirement of he meeting place for the (beln'l
the army for supplies of fresh farm product, for if It all : at Camp Blanding spent the .......................:......................a......................
to one place and Is shipped from week-end here with his mother. r.
vegetable and the prospective demand one place labor time and transportation Mrs. C. H. Lawrence. Hi brother i FREE LEADER-ENTERPRISE SUB- i
for the overage of tome facilities be
can conserved
Private Wm. Moffett who Is In
vegetable at fairly good price the 112th Signal aviation wing i SCRIPTJON FOR SERVICE MENThe I

by cannerle Market manager were also advised company at MacDiU Field also : Leader-Enterprise will be sent free to all South : ;
"I doubt" he stated, "if It will that special care must be : Dade men who are in the armed service of the country. i r'
visited at hit home over the week
exercised the
in that
be possible for the state to grow seeing mar. Fill out the coupon below with printed name and addressof
too many. tomatoes provided we keta are managed aa economically end : the person to whom the paper I* to be aent and bringor
make proper distribution. England a* possible. Wilson itated. If the : mall It to the Leader-Enterprise office at 14 N. W,
want all the tomatoes we money doe not com In. it cannot Monroe Leaner Is.Sent i rUnd .Street,.Homestead. Please d.not telephone; too

can then possibly IOme." put Into can, and I be reached be spent;where and the tome polnt market;,nay To Fort Knox R,'T.'C. : much chance of error'oceun over the telephone. .. .

Wilson advised managers of which Is not making its own way : -
tale farmer market that there 1 I may have to be closed for there Reception Center Camp Uland.Ing. i. (fame (Print), ._.. ._._..._..._..\"- _._-_... r.-_:...:..._.:.
will be an absent of tome of I will be no money from any other Fla. Oct. 16-Monroe Los- i '.
the transportation facilities used I I source for ill operation. ner has completed his Initial perl- :.- Address YsI3 --
In "It I II 'farmer and to pd of service at the recreation : .
the past Every freight cu up to our I
and every truck must be used I I older civilian not eligible for center and was transferred Oct i .. - ,
Ii military service to do their part IS to Fort Knox K,.. where he -- -
i in this emergency," Wilson stated. ,has been assigned to the amored i

Budget Plan Auto Ii Job"Food to Is raise essential and, distribute and It la this our,force. replacement training center I I r...............:.::::......;..::=::.........:: =;:::::....d
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Repairs in ForceAtP.RBirdCo. food properly: and quickly"HOMESTEAD 'J i : i : I I !: ,. "

'! 4-H CLUBi I

i Eileen Fay
A budget plan for financing I
of automobiles. as well as <|1I 1------ Announcing
sales of tires and accessories III I/| The 4-H Club called I meeting J
announced this week by Preston':Wednesday, Oct. 13, to discussplans
B. Bird Motor Co for I masquerade party on .'
On the budget plan 20 percent ,Halloween. BUDGET PLANPAYMENTS
of the cost of the repairs or''
sales' I I. paid when the work Is Miss Delaney passed out record
done or good delivered and the ,book on sewing, gardening, food
balance Is paid In easy monthly,preparation, and baking ,''
Installment, Mr Bird said I All member were present.
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: Junior Woman's Club Cabaret :: .

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NOV. 29 1941 ;,i. TIRES "''.':' .,' .t tI ,
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Redland District Chamber of Commerce Bldg. .1


A chart to scale has been drawn of the Chamber of Comnwrce .1
B.lldln, with table set up for partied of .-..l-lt. .
and S RINGSIDE TABLES, each setting It ONLY eDO more.--
DO less). Other table la the second and third rows will seat
four six and eight pmona. .
Any person desiring to reserve a taMe Joust make the also .\ I
1 his party agree with the seating of the table .* aft liP IJ the .1

Tickets will be a* sale from NOT. Itth to Nev. Sttb except .
1 Sundays In two location: '
Balance Easy Monthly PaymentsCome
1. Mrs. Roberta Harrison will bar C1URT and TICKETS .1 I ,
at the Chamber of Caeaneree Building every might from 7:}t> .1
tot:SIt I
Mr*. fielding Riff will hare CHART and TICKETS' .1
al the McCrery Arcade every day from I-II a. a*, and ..1.. an. ., In and Talk Over Your, Needs :_.

Come Early and See the Seating Arrangement :1 I

For Yourself t"

Price, per person $1.50 ,. '.1-I f.
Preston B. Bird Co. '

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South Are. at 5th Street Phone 18 ,-

There If all the charm of
famous Colonial artistry lit our ,
: : i : ''I .J
P Mill Work designed In the Early
American motifs Doorway I

'Window Units, for Sash.Instance.China Or and quaint Linen Do You Have DX R. S. :

D I ': Closet rhaately design charming.we If you ahow would are I A FURNITURE PROBLEM? 1 DENTIST RSI'!

permanently beautify your
/ i *>rflee Hnt I to I
Home without extravagance I, We ..tUbe glad J to help you solve it, whether i it1// a. .
save a Mill Work... with mast! concerns Sundays 11* UCtoee
the -holeJoue. or an Occasional. Fogs piece//: //( Satwfey ,, "_to

MMIER LUMBER CO. 1C. -s 'thGravesFurnitu'e'Co. : .
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Fridav. October 17. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEA E' R-ENTERPRISE Paw Three

First Series Game \of and MlamL the First Presbyterian Church I,Heads Are Appointed for National I .The, jumping aviation to Instructor a Coetclaalew, having

Lost by Homestead ,an'Four* Auxiliary'delegate of* from the Homestead the Wom Art Week Observance Nov. 17-23: delivered, concluded a lecture: on parachutework

'Presbyterian Church. Mrs. M. M. -- i "And it it doesn't open-well,
8-2 to South Miami Black, Mrs. T. L. Hodges. Mr. gentlemen\ than what Is known
With the selection of a state Schoo'i! libraries and museums
I is "Jumping to "
n lusion.:
John A. Ricks and Mrs. Frank1Robinson I I com -
chairman and co-chairman for National .. are offering their facilities tor
Progressive Farmer
Homestead lost to South MiamiIn attended a district conference I
Art Week Nov 17 to 23. Art Week official revealed.Dr. .
the first of the three. held at Hollywood Tues --- -
game I
plans for the celebration are now Bernd-Cohen in emphasis1ing
. series to deride the championship day. j I
well under way and artists and the Importance of National 1 _.
; of the Dade County Amateur ._ -
craftsmen throughout Florida have I Art Week related "The function I c
.. Bawball League. The score Leave for Government !I I already said that this year's annual -, of national art Is to .Inspire our a
wet Ito2 Work in Port-au-Prince sale event will be far more: people by showing ,hem what I ft
It championship
was' I I i successful than the art weeks of our creative arts are doing and bv i
to the 'ixth Inn1n The
game up
I Two former residents of Red- I previous ;years. ,encouraging| the purchase of work I
score was .2 fill the sixth when
lend, Ceo. W. Kosel, Jr., and John i ii Florida chairman for National I of our artists, thus developing' '
all of\sudden South Miami started -
..' Thomas with bate hitsand I Heuer, both employee at the U. I II Art Week will be Dr. Bernd- I among our citizens the larger and
when the smoke cleared South S plant Introductory gardens at I Cohen, art department head of greater evaluation of art In the II
Miami I Chapman Field, left last week ona Southern College and well-known:home; "
had scored six
rum on seven
hlU. Pan American plane for Port-au. artist and critic. Harold Colee t I Cole, In accepting the state co- -

t Homestead again filled lo Ml. Prince, Haiti, where they are now I executive vice-president of the;;;chairmanship was quick to draw i
In the "employed by a newly formed company -i,Florida State Chamber of Corn-, attention to the fact that "fine i
clutch leaving manlan- '
I that Is working In conjunction tart work and craft articles produced IEACEND QUIET
nen stranded. Thomas pitched Haitian and !- by Florida artists and
with both the
Mi usual good same with the 1, I i'I
I U. S. governments for the produc- correlating the business and cultural craftsmen should command a buy.
exception of the one bad Inning lees I
I tion of rubber, coffee and bananas.I phases of art during the :II market relatively as strong'as
The fielding of Cy Cruze and I Those for whom we grieve
Mrs. KOHl and their children, 'seven-day sales and exhibition I any other Florida commodity;
Wittkop of Homestead was a fea. know eternal peace It la
Richard and Margaret are livingat : I The co-chairman 1 also expressedthe
. ture of the game. A bad bit oft I period. I : thane she are left who bear
that this attendance
present with Mrs. Chas. Behr. opinion year's
. base' running by the veteran A. ; Dr. Bernd-Cohen stated that he i: and sales record should the burdens of grief. Hhesi
ens. Mrs. Koael'i mother, In South
:! Barrow, in the third Inning put Allapattah.Mrs. would announce the names of his far exceed the excellent showing you are sorely troubled, won't
. the quietus on an incipient ,art"group committees this week.These lastyear's yon let as help you? We ran.
Heuer and her Jack. made by this state during
Homestead rally. He was caughtoff IOn : commttees, which are already you know, because of many
are at present In Connecticut Both event. I
functioning In most of thecounties
third base with the usually years of experience 18 helpIng -
I Artists urged to obtain
families will go to Haiti when I are registration
, reliable "Slugger" Smith at bat will handle the detailsof I blanks now from WPA other You may ret assured -
suitable accommodations are avail '
I registering and selecting art ,,
and the bases loaded. art centers and other exhibition thai everything -tI1Ie
Manager Foy Hobbs asks for the able. I work and craft articles for exhibition ! points 10 that their entries may done In the right way, eco

following players to report Sunday General: "Confound it, sir; why and sale.Simultaneously. I receive early consideration.AIR nomically.
at 8 .. m. for a strenuous can't you be more careful?" i Colee Issued
I batting practice: A. Barrow, H Selectee: "What have I done 1,the statement that he would name:I'' ---- Trig HOUIK OP DIGNITYTurner's

Thomas, J. Lee Smith, A. MIs- sir?" ,his business committees this week ROLIRR KATO rOWDITIOMtD If COMFO1TAfwnwMU. I
tretta, C. R. Cruze; and Randy General: "Instead of addressingthis and that plans would be formulated I .. I P. M.CVMmi. Funeral Home
j Florida I.. AJ.IU alb ,!.. UsCnniiw.
Caves. letter to the Intelligence Officer to encourage as many I 24-HK AMBULANCE SERVICELady
P. M.
: Its* to IIIM
I South Miami Invades Homestead ;you have addressed it to the I citizens as possible to view the MmlmU . Sir. Plus tax Attendant
Sunday for the second game of Intelligent Officer. You should exhibit and purchase the works Venetian Skating Rink I

I the series, to be played at 3 p. m. know that there Is no such personIn I of these local artists and crafts- nil a. w. rnk A... Miami I Phone tit Homestead
Thomas probably will pitch with the army," *x. ,men. I I -

Hobbs or Caves receiving.

School Sells Gladiola ;i\ 11

Bulbs at One Cent Each

A*agriculture a service to department the communitythe of Climaxing Its Greatest Year, Ttutifoc Presents

Homestead High School offers for 1

sale at one cent each ilx thousand
60M A6rhYkjfa""wwm1
gladiola bulbs of ilx varieties. Its '

The bulbs are ready for plant-

ng, announces Geo. N. Wakefield,
head of the department and they .

should be In bloom by Christmas.

., They may be obtained In the
agricultural rooms from 10 till 12 1, r
In the forenoon and from 1 till

4,In the afternoon.Presbvterians 1 e .. wr


Attend Joint Synods i

The Rev. George H. Ricks, pastor I
' of Homestead Presbyterian I J J'urntl
Church, and an elder to be elected I
by the church Sunday will attend I

the first joint session of the synods I 1

! M the Florida Presbyterian I
Church, U. S. and the Fresbyterl-i

tan Church, U. S. A. north and /
south branches of the church-

21.which,will convene In Miami Oct I [ ( I

An'additional feature' of the I .. -.fl'. I i
f meeting will be several Joint sessions -
with the Synociali. Several

women from the local church are Ii'{

planning The meetings to attend will these be 'esslons'l ;

Shenandoah Presbyterian Church I INrRODOONltJ 61'e/t1 New 1bJJ11B.t j

HEAR BETTERJHlDIOEltR 1ftl5iJ, $ with the things you've always liked

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'sherNNiso.. 'ns+ De"ite Isctea.rd Lard sell ......,
a.M .a..d w PM :. ad ecwewr *.UM aaa.a
vies Psas.eL a haul wheal bobs :
09100Many e Viol MtflM fm m Mchua4 fcc A...or..f..1: is .w mad au we I
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bear whispers or watch

tick for first time U yean. .. Proud to Be Doing Our Part

but what's mRadtoebr ore important.. .w t-*! --_." rams "-
s clear, full-bodied1 'f i 1 F a6.m, ..over CJ".Y'
ton brings glorioM bearing of \ saws..tsww.l.ofdull.do.ft- VaJ are its foe a mighty plenum Can ,011..01.mad now why w* try tkmeMW .
-I. {a I'Wd.-iq.N-- and drive 1942 Pomiacs our stoniest ..
79y Cr surprit* whaayo aee nprtMot
music or the almost forgotten w Yeda. ion I. ... Fr.d.c i.. ad a the 194 PoatiKS. .a I whom qualin achwttnwntr :And .h, P6niuc
vdew of friends. .- tr go at ..,w.6n e..... a. ... L'sit.1 quality and loaf lift ama more rr than ever ,slreaJf the choke of ihovundi who are

',!'i. :11:: o =:=. 't. Ion ,!_ a "1J42 buying not forthis tear alone, but fur ease,
000ONn I.pW O i. ioliu" r I 110 borers pontiac jou ,.." to come. If need bat
Pessi.e I. does In pan-and dais II van model that not only offer you thing
t R '',itrNVaov '. always Ued ki the gnu Poniiacs of See there new Poatwcs uxiiT. AM doe's -
, s a5Booss the put tart also' on* that Is actually M eve* ferret Pontiac Is still priced; |last a f.w
Saac'F". 4v" ir tbaa laM,*. /* "-ucio'"l. aucceitl dollars more than lovcM-prictji
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Oct. is. mi'Mn
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this c....,. ..r.... .. t1... 1:. C. Hawley and two .
O.t.ld..1 Do4o eon,,_ ILN children of New York, arrived recently .

to spend their second winter ,
ONLY her*. Mrs. Hawley U a: cousin '
That Long, Long Trail -47 nf L. G. BUll," of Redlaod, and -.

Sty Annie Maybew Fits.atrlek FLORIDA 1AVY"Mrs she, with her children will occupyhis ,J
They'vt started down that long cottage near W H. Cast a. Mr. ,''\\II..
long trail Rugglei and Mr. Hawley art In

That you don't know at ill the export business, Mr. Hawley
And what you thought was being In China at present"
plhesiIi h'P-1 -"Mr, and Mrs J t. Davis ..
wormwood tinged with have been summering at Mt Jo_

Oh clasp your tablet to your list Term, art home again bringing ,
heart with them Miss Minnie Lee ;

So ihort a time they're small McClelland, who was with them ,.
Soon they'11 be starting down the two years ago Mr and Mn, Davis +1
trill arrived Saturday afternoon and

Tha' you don't know at .U. Mr Davie has been busy explainIng -
how he got ao fat In ao abort
And when they start off down time" .
that trail ''I -"R: O ,Cameron left Friday

That you don't know at all or New York where he baa accepted .; '
They still! seem babe In arms DOCTO4Q.t' a lucrative position with '
to 'OUAltho CHAQLESTOQQEY a foreign exchange house He hit I

they look ao tall been employed In the First National I
Aa they start off You know per- ; i Bank In Miami for some I
SSiM7sOnFA :
hap / months" ,

They're riding for I all ;. -"Mr. and Mr*. .W E. Noon I
Some place along that long, long 'of Key West have returned hereto
trail build their home an Krone .,

That you don know at all. s'fOWAL road. They spent the night with I
I ORDANArueALsr Mr. and Mrs A. H. Waldin Wed- .'
But blithely\/ they start down that pesday, and expect to stay in the A

trail I garage they are building until the :, II
That you don't know at alt. 1 borne la completed"
You hope they'11 come back home' _"A kitchen shower was given \}

again <****. .. Miss Edith Neltj on Saturday afternoon I
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When other Interests I V"IiI"trlbuted" """ at the home of Mrs. W
pall A
very Interestingplant known as 81m.plOD" much to the world of science.
Then how love will ] E Myen i (Florida City) '
your compass
them I| Lily and found only in Florida Coming to Dade County In 1903 after man." ':
wu discovered in south Florida the J :
And shield them like by years with the National Museum Dr.
a wall |
If they come limping up that trail I world famous scientist and naturalist, Dr. Simpson was promtly lured into a career THE MAIL BOX
That you don't know at all I 1 Charles Torrey Simpson. The plant belongsto of research by the enchantment of Florida's ... J
the Amaryllis family. Its item and pinkish vast tropical wonderland. Following a per- WHY NOT GEESE
white flower are out of all proportion iod of exploration Dr. Simpson wrote "Orn Editor Leader-Enterprise: j

Stomach Disorders and to the bulb. Although it is seldom seen in amental Gardening in Florida." Next he Interest In poultry raising In 1

Nerves northern Florida one of thesewe plant produoed la the Lower Florida Wilds" South Florida especially In the !
grows in the garden of Mrs. W. D. Dlddell which is known the world over for its Redlanda District already large,

Psychosomatic la a name that of Jacksonville. colorful nature pictures of south Florida. la steadily developing Poultry at

may scare you Its tone U high- Kecognised as one of the outstand This was followed by ."Out of Doors in J every period of growth la selling
Bounding. but add It to your vocabulary ing naturalists of America, Dr. Charles Florida" and "Florida Wild Life" at good prices and profits, as are

because it may mean Torrey Simpson who died in 1932, eon- eggs, alao. And If biddies", why .
peace for you Peace for that DDt turkeys and _? Our adorable .,
battle that raging between yi South Florida climate la per-
nervous system and your a eompanled by great downpours 1 fecal adapted to the fearing of ,
Anywhere from fifty to rl CURRENT but neb was not the case with Children in Court |turkeys, which though ao delicate "
per cent of all stomach this one, the rail.more pf.a when little,. are tough and easily
says Helen Haberman In the COMMENT misty spray In the meantime the By jraogt M.... BalileUaWSINIM I managed after the baby age has
NO.1| heavy wind whipped from tit
\ vember Cosmopolitan ens", passed ,r
come from and ocean great quantities of salt I And no finer .owl ever
worry, ptychoao-j 07 AONCW WKUH GROUTS SHOULD I IORQANCU geese-
mallei !I. merely the HARM for' thatrotation i I---_._--_.._- .. spray and carried It over the affected '( TO COMBAT CRIME'walked (or waddled) through, a ;
between ----------------- region and owing to the .
your mind 111 i grove, eating wasting fruit and ;
(psyche) and your body (soma).' Men.rt, es states W ".0..t... w......_-_ absence of rain to.dilute' its salinity Business groups can render the nipping off many a noxious grass .,

Bringing them together In the cl I- .-T.-= most vegetation near,the shore nation a great service It they'and weed Our forebear understood -, .'..
nee of psychaomatlc insane that I--.qIs .... w- looks aa U It had been touched by would organize Intelligently an their value One of my distant ',

your doctor along with the. rest output for August frost effort to remove the causes of ancestors owned several acre:
of the medical t crime, and to of boggy meadow which
profession coming i prevent unscrupulous was .
was the greatest In U. & history '' ;
around to the view that ttii . Gen Judson Hagood retired members of their own group called by the family "Goose De- _f

not always your organs that are! Not to many year ago conditions army officer 11'111JO years' experience -, from setting examples for children -,,(light", where annually fine drove
alck. Ita your emotion warranted congress to pass back of his statement 1 to follow. In the past various -,,of the proud feathered'blpeda were
Worry, says Miss Haberman In 1t bill known aa the Sherman antitrust -, made a significant remark in Colliers -: organizations sponsored by pastured with profit. In his will
her article, goes to the stomach. !) law The same body I* now to this effect: "The further J I business men have done little in-was It 1703-he specifically
Such troubles aa tax reports, a more than Isolated divided It among his three sons
,more liberal and will probably: went up myself the less I knew prosecute cases
disagreeable mother-in-law. money ;past a bill authorizing, a combination about the Job until at last I be-I They felt that their work was for their advantage
or office worries, t.ke'their toll. of the two telegraph systems .1 came convinced that the best completed when they exposed I I I Incidentallyv still own a lively
In stomach upsets. ao that when -the Western Union and the I trained man In the American army practice which Injured membersof feather bed handed down by myi
you complain to your doctor of Postal. la the private soldier and the worst their own group. I i I Scottish ancestress, Grace Douglas -
stomach aches he must treat your 5 I trained man Is the ,en raL" The This sort of activity by such It reposes in the attic of my
emotions a* well aa your body, I II problem of the soldier remains voluntary organizations merely allows big New England house, for alas,
Emily Post arbiter of good taste
Strong emotions Miss Haber I even northerners have outgrownthe
ever stationary, that of the general various executives to draw
man states through your sympathetic and good manners suggests the ever new. large salaries without aVtually use of such warm and comfortable
wearing of slacks on train trip I!!II. beds Nevertheless
nervous system, create a getting at the core of the entire ,
vast supply of emergency strength, ,Gosh. Emily, It begin to look as I crime situation Can feathers are In great demand for
though we would ,be obliged to We have come upon a new age anyone for
and because
you have no outlet I. Instance pillow, cushions, feather-weight
truthfully point to
a case
New York
them all the time. "white collar" .
wear youthsemployed
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for It, you get bilious. To calm bank where a gang of criminals hesitated coverlets! and a dozen other purposes
your spirits, atop rushing for the' aa clerks and messengers j .
to hold up a paymaster simply ,
sake of rush, the author suggests i Dorothy Thompson columnist are donning work shirts j because his particular firm' The goose .la a huge producer of
(now In England, think that the and occupying positions at machine '
Never eat foods at little
when you are tired or I to hold expenae for she
i happened
worried. Walt old adage I* truth ... 1 II no loss tenders and other, minor positions membership In feeds
until you calm 'some nationwide association which on vegetation almost wholly,
down before you put your atom- I without some gain She My that 1 in factories, while their i and she makes but little trouble
whit much nrorjertv ..... "'-I nlarea. ar* taken hv .lrl> ire nut employed I ; a few detectives and "
ach to work. In these .unleftr marauders Interfere with
day of' : .of high school i' this i lawyers as a mere form of routine, '
troyed, out of the fiery furnace ; saw sum-
,strain, calm stomachs are ai Important I'[to Investigate and gatg. the owners, affairs, then-look out.
Ii coming a newer and better I mer in Ohio twq youths from fine prmetute
aa alrplune of antiairNcraft. stem If You remember the true story ef
i this trueIf
was would
:England "Social habits politicaland (families--one of them the son of '
SI.rt. defense the warning given ancient Some
programof not be for such firms't
bank president necessary economic Institutions -working with
your own. Then watch )'OUt1I..a are I I' track t factory police and dcttethes by tile geese, when iitvaderi ap
| maintenance of
being modified at breath-taking crew a
and atomach calm down. peared.There art several mag-
pnee," She calls It the 'greatest'rurgt I railroad, and their backs were the to guard their pinna
',I ___ _. __ .. Diflcent breeds, among which are
of human history Yes, bui.'Bolos of grocers bags Some day; the stately Embden and the great
We are never too old to make Dotty, you can, pet Ian much of-a)Mho'e fine chap will be proud of I prices In the U. S.: show a continual ''African families

new friends Friendship dont food thing, this rich experience, the firm I rite the total being about An ad a vantage which this classof
depend on age, but on the kind offrllon ,foundaton tor future usefulness ''I U ,pW cent, while in Germany stock offer is the opportunityto
you art A man should The recent "blow" hat been *
ar they have risen but five per cent go into the business with a
keep a boy's heart and he'II make claimed a "dr)'"' hurricane said to Here ia something that looks: I Of course the Trio la ." -.d- small prlglnal investment and let
friend: like a boy, I don't care be the second one of the kind on 1(i queer and not ao flattering to us. :ministration but It couldn make thrift build up the venture into
. hdw long his whisker art or meteorological record Ordinarily A Chicago Tribune graph shows figures! Le that much. And why large proportions

i how gray. Kempton. I these tropical disturbances are sol I(I that during the present world war the M per cent difference j I HOLUSTER SAGE. ..


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MARTINContinued I trol ear. Re Is now resting ai SCHOOL BONDS run the gauntlet of ryes again. queen of the llIne- vocacJo wary
well as could be expected In the I Then Miss Rogers was announced celebrated two years' egos was '

county jail awaiting the return of winner of the Miss Redland District presented.
( from Page One) I Shiftier and Brown rrom their (Continued from Page One) I title with Miss Andrews and Car Fromhagen. contest man. 11

block and pulled up tome distance routine truck trip. When they cafeteria just as Hamnuadi Miss GatllB is runners-up They agar of the Miami AlI-Am..Ic.n

from the scene of the accident. I return to appear against Johnny school's present gym will be remodeled -I r were called out again and Miss air maneauvers, was master of
Brown out and expected a preliminary hearing will be Into cafeteria quarters,' Roger stood on the rostrum with 1low J ceremonies. He was Introducedby

Johnny nrh r to follow him.I held before Justice of the Peace when a new gym Is completed. '' on each aide of her M Maa Edward Sitting, president of

Brown had taken a step or two Kendrick Candidates for Redland school j runner-up standing a step be- the Redland District Chamber of I

toward the scene of the accident I I Johnny Is the same John Martin district's local board of trustees! Kofoed placed i crown on the .I I.Commerce, which 1s sponsoring

when he heard Johnny' car five who u a lad in his teens five will be Dill E Bashor J. R. Hick- queen's head. 'the Miami-Homestead nee and t

a roar and turned to see It speed?,or six years ago aand-bagged the son and Mason Roberts, accordingto I I While the judges were making treasure hunt In which women j

'Iwa)'. laled S. r fitch when Mr. and latest Information. A petition,, heir decision Miss Vera Delk aviators will be participants. SDRIVER'S
I Mrs. Bitch came home one night to place Mr. Roberts name in I Inomination ;
Shutler says that Johnny headed land surprised him as he was bur. was being I circulated!! f
straight for the "sticks", and he I
glarizing the place. Johnny was this week and was expected to be I
the impression that the attack
gave I'sentenced to 20 years for this, filed with the county board of!
and robbery followed more or but all he ever served was two public instruction yesterday after- "
led shortly thereafter. Inquiryby LICENSE TESTS
years in the Dade County jail noon. The present board of trustees .'
local ;
officer revealed
however \
thanks to a sob item In a Miami U composed of Mr Bashor;
that Johnny was teen In company paper about "the forgotten man" Mr. Hickson and Ceo. Cooper Mr. |
with another young man at I Cooper will not be At American Lesion Bid Homestead
and to some son-hearted local citizens a candidate for ? ,
"night apot" west of Redland road i
who did their usual stuntof re-election. ] -,'
about I o'clock. The deduction [ pleading in court for leniencyto i every Friday and Saturday 11 a. m. to 7
mad locally Is that either the
blow on Shutter's head or his the home-town boy brought blanks hand at all
previous to justice la the big city. HALLOWEEN p. m. Application on
condition M I result of the
Martin Influence may have left The S.P.C.A In Miami has had times.
him a little hazy aa to just when warrants In abeyance for Martin (Continued from Page One)

he was taken for the ride that 'and Ira Johns, his bosom pal in stead physical education depart-

climaxed hU Saturday night enI many suchb ooyish pranks, for ment..
tertainment. I torturing a three-month old pup At 10 or 10:30 the scene of activity -

Anyway, he says Johnny stoppedthe py owned by Mr. and Mrs Larry will shift ,to the Chamber i 1942
Little of Princeton on the eighthof of Commerce building where a
car out on a lonely road and .
6hutltr. asked why. I I' last month. Johns fled to the supervised dance for youngfolk j .

Johnny said "We're going to.Florida west coast after his release will be given to the musk IUof a STATE I tDriver's

have some fun." I, on .bond to answer a charge local orchestra. Prizes be I
)I'of attempted arson on the automobile awarded at the dance also Positively -
The next thing Shutler knew
of Joe Hilliard. Officials of
no liquor will be allowedin
something hit him under the eye'and LicenseAPPLICATIONS
'i the humane society have declared the building at this dance, said I
he pushed from the
was car.
they would press cruelty charges George N.
Wakefleld, presidentof
:When he recovered his .n..1
',whenever either or both of theI1Il'n the Rotary Club
Johnny and the car were gone- were apprehended. I 1

and also>> was Shutter's wallet con. I Johns Is the! trouble-maker who
taming the $72 In cash and $80 in I I''MISSREDLANDS'Continued
gasoline tickets. received some gun shot wounds NOW ON SALE
from a barbecue stand owner several -
Shutler he walked and
walked and walked and finally years ago-following which' ( from Page One) AT ,
the stand burn-
was mysteriously Melbas Collins, Miss Jane Gat-
himself into Homestead
f"eu morning ed one night. It was currently !I 11In, Miss Charlotte Gerol ,
that Ira had
reported joined the i
was treated by Dr C H Denby.j I Mill. Frances Kerr Mils mO'1
marines but the I
honor belongs4o
and a police officer lent him money ieitz, Miss LaNclle Rogers
a brother of his, it was learned.
for bus fare back to Miami. ; i bliss Mostly Sever
Dr. Denby said that S utler'. The judges who were representatives -

Injury indicated that some sharp Vernon Turner Elected of dally newspapers

object had penetrated just beneath .Manager of Year Book aand radio stations in metropolitan Daily. Year Round Service I
the tacsjJ. plate: of the right eyeOfficerV'BelleW I Miami first called back four HomesteadI
tne wound may of the contestants: Mist Rogers, So, Krome A>e.
have been made by a set of brass DeLand Oct. Business mnnager Miss Andrews, Miss Gatlin and I
knuckles. I for the, 1942 edition of the' Hiss Garonlmo and the had to I I
Stetson Hatter, campus yearbook,
Shutler and Brown came back ,
to Homestead i I will be Vernon Turner senior law
Monday and swore I .
studennt at Stetson University
out a warrant for Johnny arrest.
:At the same time Detective Tucker From Homestead it was reportedhere
by officials.
telephoned from Miami that Road
Patrol car 181 was bringing him Turner, who was elected last
down with the three city warrants year to the vice-presidency of his

Armed with I search war- social fraternity Delta Sigma Phi,
rant from Justice of Peace Sid L. was chosen by his fraternity brother r

Kendrick, Constable Joe L. Scarborough last Wednesday to fill the

and Deputy Sheriff Frank post of president The eon of .." .
Irwin met the patrol car containing Mr. and Mrs. George W Turner, .
Homestead, the Stetson student Is
Tucker and two road patrolmen to attotl. slab
and the five officers fiat' I slated for graduation this ;year. Mrs_ t ihss ....W.
went by Naranja cemetery where with the LL.B. recognition. t .MkM p..... Ml *..

Johnny's father, John Martin, Sr, wrt fI.......
works. I I"Dr. Leon" HarkinGLASSES M an fttf KAU.T ntffrtssr I

Johnny's dad knew nothing of llfkllsg Is tee

his son's whereabouts, so he said, ftaUsg tester susf ISMS.Plsatf .
4..n.... to 27. 9..r..01wetrdse ;
so the officers proceeded to the ... anstsa rId l .! settee glsnlssaa

Martin residence where they .. .. ph sire j ,a Mt IM to strata
showed Mrs. Martin their search c-.woIr: at MMs JtaMJklUUT..at on"
warrant Mrs. Martin, also>> said c.rr tier awarmsswat ad I

she didn't know where Johnny ........ love overn hi

was but the officer searched any allows to"r
way. It was Detective Tucker :I.ammmm.j ,_ ammmmill asrt.n sW w fiat per

down on all fours on the floor, raft par Mtstart
who discovered Johnny under the tor*. Par SUM ItsritriM.
G. 0. BREWSTER M. D. .
bed. It was a matter of minutes ts. UPI gore
to pull the bed out. expose Johnnyto .MUM*Ml to Man
Rye Ear. Net end Throat Taw lUUL
I sea 8111
the of and .
light day read the
warrants to him.

As they were going out the door GlASSES nrra
Detective Tucker seized! Johnnyby
the belt and the rear of his Mockery AraaJe. EMMS T

pants to" prevent any attempt to B--. Thetis

escape and to this Johnny protested -) sillies Hew. t to IS Dab
vehemently. He protested

nor vehemently when he was Introduced ,
to handcuffs in the pa- :,_ ammmmllllammmmillP ] ,r's l"i t t r


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Homestead residents,left'Wednesi Mrs. JorGollcttacheck: U at the Betty toutham Is Added
day for a.>'vlait.In HendersonvUlcr: Kendall.hospital recovering: from
--- a major operation. To Beauty Salon.Staff
In and GroundHomestead Mr end M.... Preston B. Bird I -
and their Infant SOD, David Letter f Sunny; Hunter of Coral Gables Mrs. R. E. Sherard,owner and
I leave Mn. Bird spent the week-end with hi* '
will today operator of Alice's Beauty Salon,
Mrs. J. K. ScottMrs.
and the baby to visit Mrs. Bird's grandmother announces that Mn. Betty Louth.am .
sister, Mn. L. E. Pedrick in Way- I Charlotte Braxton: and chil- of Fort Lauderdale Is now an
cross, Ca., while Mr. Bird proceeds dren moved to JYInceton Saturday operator In the beauty parlor. Mrs.
to Detroit to attend a conference after an extended visit with j Loutham has had four years of
17-1 of selected dealen at a f Mn. Braxton's parents Mr. and I experience.
guest of the Pontiac Motor Division Mn. Loren Roberta. I
Mrs Chas. W. Camp ha returned , Mr. and Mn W K. Haaa and of General Motors. On their Round About
from a five-week vacation daughter 11.11W.Virginia;.. returned. return to Homestead they will be I Mrs. Johnny Becker and daughter
trip to different part of the coun i last week from I two-month visit,accomnanied by Mrs. R. L. Atkinson Norma, were Saturday guestsof "Hello" la this the fire depart
try. In Chicago she visited her;with friends and relatvei in De. mother of Mrs. Bird who I Mn. Frank StaUuigi of Miami. ment?
iliter and brother-in-law. Mr. and I trait, Chicago, and points In Ohio will visit with them. "Yes, what Is It?"
Mn F J. Bylngton: In Schroon and West Virginia. I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown left Where's the nearest firebox
I for short I want to turn In "_
Lake In the Adirondack Moun- I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Lee had Monday a stay in Cape an alarm.
talni she and MM Bylngton visited I Mn. Olin Wright and daughter{I as guests Sunday, M. L. Myers of I Sable. Capper's Farmer.
another aUter Mrt. S. L. Minott;I Sally, left Saturday for MacDon- Miami Beach and hit son, Bert. ..-.a :
and In Albuquerque, N. M., where j laid, Ca, where they will visit Mrs
he once lived for 12 yean ahe Wright's mother, Mn. O. R. JAMES ARCHER SMITH
visited old trends. I HOSPITAL NEWS
Brown who Is III.
I I Mr. and Mn. Chas. Cale of APPLY FOR YOUR

Mr. and Mn. Howard Johnsonattended I Mn. W. K. Walton, Mr*. H. S.I Homestead are announcing the
a Rexall convention InOrlando I Slnsel and John Walton are ex..,birth of a seven-pound eleven-
Wednesday and Thursday -,peeled today from Hendersonville ounce daughter In the James
of kit week. While they:.where they have been visiting. Archer Smith Hospital Tuesday. 1942
were gone their daughter Janice, Mrs. Walton and Mn. Slnsel have Mn. R. J. Elliot: was returned I
visited at the home of her grandmother ,been In Hendersonville for several ;
hospital ,
MM. Minnie Austin. In' montha and Mr. Walton has been
Miami. I there two weeks. I an:
operation last week was returned
; dau'h.1 I to his home In South Miami Tues I Driver's Licenseat
Mn. Beatrtcer. her Mr. and Mrs.J. R.Byrum had at I I
ter. Barbara, and lon. Sheridan.I guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. day.Dr.. Clay Carver who was injured ,
returned Sunday from Boston Jules Abraham and Mr. and Mrs
I I In an automobile accident
where they had been vlnltlng rela- Robert Fender,all of Coral Gables.. I
; several weeks ago has been transferred
tivea. They also visited In Rome,;'
to University Hospital in
N. Y. Mrs. Miller and Barbara; Mr. and Mn. A. W. Hutchinson Coral Gables.C. I Ij I
had spent several month. In the I'had aa a week-end guest Mrs. .
j H. Shields of Homestead is !
North and Sheridan joined. themIn i Buhl Walbrldge of Miami. medical patient. : JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICEOdd

September. la..."_,"'..._.._,""'.."',""''''..'''...,".. I Ii
-- I I Frank Taylor of Freehold, N. J,,
Mr. and Mn. Henry Rucgg are! Is here visiting his sister, Mr FLORIDA CITY i Fellows Building:

expected back loon from a vacation .' Eisie Bnnnon i By Mrs. W. IV. Severe
trip to the North. They had HOMESTEAD, FLA.
planned to be away two weeks'I Mn. W. B. Mills and Mrs. Clarence !- ;
but their stay; has been, extendedto Gray attended a district band: Mrs. Walter Schutt broke a'' Open from 8 a. m. to 8 p< m.
six week because Mr. Ruegg clinic In West Palm Beach Mon I wrist in a'fall Saturday. She had:
has been a patient In Johna Hopkins -: day.; just returned from Walled Lake, I
For Indefinite examination will be requiredof
an period no
Hospital In Baltimore.Mrs. Mich. where she had spent the
I driven who driver's license for 1941. If
present a
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Ball of summer.
yon do not have 1M1 license you will get your examination -
C T Harper leave today Miami visited Mr. Ball's parents,
for a one-week stay In Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Ball In Homestead Mr. and .Mn Oliver Cogglns card at ray office.
where her daughter Cecelia U a Sunday.; Mr. and Mn Geo. who returned last week from
senior at Florida State Collegefor Ball accompanied by Mr. and M,..I(.Texas have taken an apartment
Women. C. A. H. Jordan of Miami. former at the Palms hotel

Our Locale Plant 'All Set' to Supply

Your Needs for. the. Season


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

ample supply of fertilizer materials to mainpa, which gro.wers.are 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 supply than- Peat Moss does. This Vegetable Humus

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

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

Sulphate Ammonia is now on the -
Our fall supply Tomato Seeds is
priorities list and the supply will be
hand and ready for 'the We also
limited to what the government does not use

for defense have a supply of Insecticides. Copper Sulphate ]-

purposes. .. .' will be scarce as 90 per cent of the cop-

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

a II Ill
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I. Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

FRANK B. RUE, Manager

Telephone 16 Homestead! Fla.r' .


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\ to AMOUNT 1 \ IF POSSIBLE, t OOOit I medical and dental cor*. No rent to :
Sum PTI' ANi R SOME L And raise in
1'l7 .,, ODD f, ?>> pay. ywi gel regular pay. ti
f y What a Me for a man who young end
SKILLED ombtnoutl' You s" travel, and adventure
7RADE5 r end you learn a skilled trade that (

e e ..yfft- puts you In line for big pay obi when
you get out of the Navy s

p If you ore 17 or over, get a free copy
/ of the illustrated bookie."LIFE IN THE
U S. NAVY," from the Navy. Editor of

this paper.

A_ 40M C'OlW'nNI I


Naval Reserve Wants,Men\ 17 to 50 I NAVY STRESSESSPORTSMANSHIP i ,


For Active Duty During Emergency SAYS PRESIDENT 'SPERRY CORPORATIONs ;;t i

'; This I SAYS SS '

According to in group include specialists of 'AN-1
1 made this week In Washington byorder any kind such a electrician, carpenters -

of Secretary of the Navy machinists stenographer,. r + I You wouldn't think that Uncle .
... Knox All men now enlisting In accountants, plumbers, cooks, Sam'i men who go down to the .
the Naval Reserve will be retainedon baker and many other trade and sea In ships would have much time l
active duty throughout the period vocations. These men will upon for iports- -but they do The navy ;
of the national emergency enlistment be given ratings In accordance considers athletics to be an Integral :
but they will be released to Inac- with the amount of previous part of a well-balancrd naval i
tive duty ai loon after the emergency specialized training they 40i life. Rudolph Gos man, directorof
a* their services CAn be have had. physical education nt Homestead
pared, regardless of the length Men with no previous specialized High School explains how the
\ of time remaining In their enlist training will be enlisted in navy teaches teamwork, Individual
ment. Claw V-6 as apprentice seaman resourcefulness< and good sports
Enlistment In the U. S. Naval with pay of $21 a month. Direct ;manship. rI
Reserve is for four yean but. If ly following enlistment the new I I "Nearly every popular, American '
a man enlists today and the emergency recruit will be tent to one of the sport (1 played In the navy,"
ends within i period of four naval training stations fora I.jays Mr Gossman "There are
several months he' will be returned short period. At the training '' football baseball and basketball
to his civilian job a* soon station the apprentice seaman will teams. Boxing, wrestling, track
u possible after the emergency Is be given an aptitude test and if 'I'and field and swimming meet are
over and will not be required to he passe this test tuccesfully he enjoyed. Every ship and station )
complete Ms four year term inactive will be tent to a navy trade school 'has an officer In charge of athletics.

.. service, I| Approximately 5500 men are admitted He, In turn, has several as
Four classesof service In the to navy trade chools each istants. All work together In i 4
United State Naval Reserve need month. This schooling, valued .t l THOMAS A. MORGAN (pictured In insert), president of producing winning teams, building; J I

men urgently today. They are: hundreds of dollar, I* free and the Sperry Corporation, world'g largest manufacturers of competitive spirit between ships
Class V-3 which includes radio the seamen receive their regular aeronautical and marine instruments, received his early fleets t..nd t.

'and communications: V-5 aviation navy. pay while receiving Instruction technical training in the U. S. Navy, in which he enlisted\ as "To play on navy teams a man
: V-6. for trade specialists or must be physically fit for every I '
'men desiring trade or vocational Those applicants win do not a young man. "This hail proved of great value to me in later "contest Boxers and wrestler are "

training: V-7 fleet officer A pass their tests for a Emission to )years/isaid ex-sailor Morgan. Pictured above are new Navy examined carefully before every

more detailed outline of each class a navy trade chool will be sent recruits receiving electrical training at one of the modernly match to make certain they are

follow below. I I I Ito duty aboard ship where an opportunity equipped Navy Trade Schools. The Navy offers training to 'in the pink',
Men with specialized training will be given them to "Each ship has its own baseballand
radio searchlight and semaphore train In a trade. Four month young men in nearly 50 different trades and vocations. football team and when a

signaling or MOrN telegraphy may after enlistment all nonspecialized ; hip comes into a naval ,base a
f r rI be enrolled In Gas V-3, the communications applicants In Class V-6 will series of game I Is arranged with
i I class of the Naval be advanced automatically to sea the teams of other naval unit*.
Reserve. These men will be enlisted man second class with 8 pay Increase Spirit run high and rivalry is)
as petty officers with ratIng to $3t a month. keen. During baseball .season
according to their degree of I! Men with previous specialized "t&AVV when the chip are at anchor at

, JI proficiency. Pay for men enrolling training of any kind will be enlisted sea, the sailors rig up large nets)
in this group range fromf in the Naval Reserve Claw 'NTELL\GENCE. on deck and stage batting practice

f ::0:9 month for a petty officer V-6 with petty officer rating and :;7 just a* easily at if they were on I
I i'
a month for a chief petty will be sent immediately to the baseball field. Some bluejacket ,
officer. An additional f hip or shore station where they club
allowanceof even take their golf along
and meal
What would happen If I enlisted transportation
$1.15 per day la made for men ,are needed. and practice driving Into the net*."
In the U. S. Navy and became -
with dependent who have the College graduate who'ealre "Healthy athletic competition
I sick If I attend 8 navy trade school,
rating of officer class engineering or deck duty as officers -die Into
petty put a never-lay spirit
You would receive the finest how many hour a week of schoolwork
or higher. I In the U. S. Naval Reserve the men," adds Coach Gossman.
I have
medical care from trained will
A man with at least two yearsof will be enlisted a* Midshipmen, I navy "It tends to develop efficient units
doctors and in trade schools
surgeons absolutelyfree. Navy men are I
college education who desiresto Class V-7. Upon completion of I I I given thirty-two hours of schoolwork just a* it welds unity In highschools
enter naval aviation will be a four months' training course a week and about three and college It developsan
1 enlisted u a seaman second class these men will be commissioned esprit de corps that la remark
When do I get my first leave hours of night watchesMust
In Class V-S ensigns in the Naval Reserve. "
of the Naval Reserve. after I have enlisted able.
After month's preliminary training During the training period midshipmen Mr. Cowman recently ran across
In a few week after you havecompleted my parents consent to my
the V-5 recruit will become a are paid $69 a month an excerpt from the Battle Fleet
j your recruit training enlistment if I am under 21?
naval aviation cadet and will be ensigns with commission the period. Yes. All be at Athletic RuiN reprinted In the
applicants must
tent for advanced Draining to one pay will be approximately $143 '_ least 17 year of age and if under U S. Navy Bluejacket's Manual."It .
of the three principal naval flight a month with an additional allowance could well serve a* a guide
I Who pays for my meal and car- 21 years of age they need the
training! centers:. Pensacola, Fla; married.All .$40 a month If theyare I,U. S. Navy training station? consent of their parent or guard for our own school and town", he
Jacksonville, Fla., or Corpus The furnishes all lana laid. "It reed at follow: "The
Christi!, Texas.. On completion of applicant for the U. S. Ni. ,-navy- you commander-ln-chlef desires to
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Ibis advanced course which requires I val Reserve must be native-born I I I urge upon all that athletic competition
approximately seven ,citizen of the United State with i unless It U characterized by

months the V-5 cadet will be designated the exception of candidate for Learn Mort About r. I j clean sportsmanship free from any
Class V-S who must have '
a* a naval aviator and will been [taint or suspicion of sharp practice,
be commissioned as an ensign In United States citizen for 8 period !I THE I and free from any unfriendliness,
the U. S. Naval Reserve. of at least ten yean, .1 U not the spirit of true AmericanIsm -
of Detailed Information with regard which I II to play fair and
During the first month trainIng -
: Without whatsoever, please tend
to enlistment In any obligation on my tort
class of
V-l recruit are paid We. On any me free bookkt. "Uf In the Navy," giving fall details about give a square deal. Winning or
the U.
S. Naval Reserve be'I
completion of the first month's may ,losing, the main thing I iI to show
secured by writing I la Lieut W. the opportunities for men in the Navy or ;Naval BeH1''e.I I
I training the V-5 recruit I iI designated L.I i! yourselves good and clean sport
Sawyer, navy editor of the Leader- men-modest winners if the break
, aviation cadet i
a* a paval '
and will be paid $75 a month plus Enterprise. I Tear out and take or send this coupon to :'are with you ,and good loser if

t ft per day living expense. Upon In Uncle Sim's Navy all seamencara1fojgeftes I : ,I the breaks are against you.' "

i commission a* an ensign: his pay ,% candy and Ice LIEUT. W. L SAWYER, j

;will be Increased to approximately cream troft ftef canteen" at prac-i Navy Editor, Leader-Enterprise, I Many of the destroyer In the
r 1/243 a month and In addition he tlcall3hst prW. ,U S. Navy are named in honor of
win receive regular pay bonusesof I Homestead Fla. 'enlisted men who are remembered
$500 for each year he serves A "Rookie" In the V S. Navy for outstanding acts of bravery. A
; In active duty after the training li railed a "Boot", He 1 11 ranked i Nasae r Age 'record of the service rendered by
sv;-. period. a* an apprentice seaman and receives I the Individual for whom a ship It
Claw V-6 In the U S. Naval : $21 a month beside board, Address I name U emblazoned on a plaque)

Reserve offer opportunities for I clothing and equipment. After i = --I" -==- I mounted on the ship and a duplicate
men with specfallxed training to four months he automatically becomes Tow's of each plaque hangs on the
continue their trade and at the a seaman second class and 'wall of Luce Han In the United

4 tame time tern, their country, his pay Is raised to $34 a.month. ;SUtet.Ks.vsl Academy


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" . . Social Events in South Dade . . I

I The CalendarOct I

IT-Meeting qf Ad Astra
Miss Carlotta Aim, bride-to-be I Done. Chapter of O. E. S. i An enjoyable program of livingart I Miss Bertha Kill Hsusman. Mrs. J i

of Joseph Gausens, Jr was hon On the buffet in the dining Oct. 17-Meeting of art class at with musical interpretationwas Geo. Trick Mrs. J. W. English and

ored with a miscellaneous showerY 'room was k pumpkin decorated torepresent Angler Club in Key Largo. presented by Mn. Frank I Mrs. E. H Gallaher. Mrs. W. B.
given Wednesday afternoon at the a bride. The centerpiece Webb at the Monday Music Club's Mills selected the music and Mrs.L }

born of Mrs A. A. Payne by tin. I on the table was an arrangement Oct 17-Wwk c.U:1 opening program when member P. McLean and Mrs. A. M. Logan -

Payne and her daughter Mn. W. of marigold and tern Yellow Princeton Home of Homestead Art Club were special i decorated the stage. 1
dub at borne of Mrs. Wittcn-
i A. Kopp. and white ice cream, cake Roy guests I Club member present were: 1

The doors of the sun room wen *nd mint were aerred. wyler in Gould Mn. Frank Hausman assisted Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mn. Ralph

y decorated with wide ribbon to represent -, The guests were: Mr Claude Oct 17-Mixed group of bridge Mn. Webb In the explanatory; Edwards. Mn. Lonnie Hood, Mrs.

one aide of a huge boZo, S. Allen Mn. Given Victor. Mr tournament Johnson.at home of Mr Howard talk\ *. Mr*. H. Collier the pretl- A. W. Hutchinson Mrs. Howard j

and when the honor runt untied W. J. Krome Mn. Lena Knowles' dent, prnldtd. Johnson Mn. Lester Lawrence I

the bow the found the guests Mrs. Ralph H. Don. Mrs. Ar- bridge Oct tournament 17-Afternoon at group home :::1 The first of the living pictures,I Mrs. Lee H. Lehman Mr*. C. H.
Fogie RIce Mn. X. D. Mrs.
I Iid.. thur Mn. Fontaine Mr Redd J. R I
Mrs. Geo. D. a representation of "The Music
i In the receiving: line with the ,t Carl Plowaty Mr*. Robert Guax. Lesson" Rutland, Mn. W. E. Rheney. Mrs.C .
by Muenier
Oct 2D-Men' wa posed by I
hostesses and honor guest were ([|ns, Mn Frank Graham Mr group bridge E. B. Blackburn and Rachael Dod- H. Stcffa.nl, Mrs. Bevo Webb,
tournament at home of Mrs. W. RBird.
J. E. larold Kendall Mn. Don Fer- Mr*. Julian H. Mn. J.
Mn. E. A. Ames and Mn. son. Mr*. Joseph Elder played Webster T.
Glutens mothers of Mia Ames I reyra, Mrs. Geo. Cooper. Mn. Vann. Mn. Brandenburg. Mrs.
"Study" by Heller the musicalsecompaniment
Oct JO-Meeting of Homestead a*
and Mr. Gauten Ralph KJngman, Mrs R E. Edwards Bird, Mrs. Collier Mn. DelU. Mrs.
B. P. W. C.
The hostesses were assisted by Mn. N. D. L. Swan Mrs. Elder Mn. English, Mn. Trick
Oct 20-Meeting of Gleanersat Sir Thomas Lawrence'
Mn. J. R. Brooks Mn. Frank U W. Ernst. Mr. Allan Kissam, The Mrs. Calla her. Mrs. Gatlin, Mrs.
Hauiman, Mn. Adrian Jacob.I Miss Wsnlta Talbott, Miss Lucille borne of Mr Jas. Robert Calmady Children wa posed by Harris Mrs. Hausman Miss Haus
Oct >>Social meeting of Uni little Tallulah Webb and Jean An.denon. .
Mr*. W. A. J. Kopp. Mr*. Alva Drillers, Misses Virgin and Margaret man Mn. Logan, Mrs. Mills Mrs.
Lee Mn. W. E. Watkins Mia I Delaney and Miss Margaret verity dub at Home .f Mrs. A* in accompaniment Mrs. McLean, Mn. Mark, Mn. Hue
B. M. HIndman. I
Lewis I
Brandenburg and Mrs.
Margaret Ante and Mill Barbara Ames. Iwhlte. Mrs. Wakefield Mrs.Frank .
Oct U-Team group of bridge i Uoyd Delta sang "Children PrayThis Webb and Mn. West
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tournament at home of Mrs. Bevo Love to Cherish by Louis Guests
present were: Mr. and
I rs. Blackburn, Mn. Frank Skill,
HOMESTEAD PARENT-TEACHER ASSN. S.Oct C. S.22-Meeting of Redland W. I "The Whistling Boy" by Duve- Mrs. Russell Home Mn. Jesse

neck wa posed by Surry Rice Cowman, Mn. Maud E. Chandler
-- Oct 23-Afternoon group of while Don Done whistled Stephen Mrs. W. R. Anderson Mn. Ben

1'1. M. F. White president of(Sawyer and Mn. HaUlman.I bridge tournament at home of Foster's "Old Folks at Home". ,Archer. Mn. Edw. Soling, Mn. H. .

the Homestead Parent-Teacher|Mn. Reynolds. Mrs. Hlndman Mn. I Mn. A. A. Payne. Mrs. Fred Suber was the figure ',B. Cray Mn. J. H. Dodson Mrs.
Association announce that all,Ceo. D. Ruehle: recreation, Geo. Oct: 24-Meeticg of Dado County In a representation of Breton 'i E. Anderson Mn. H. C. Thur.

chairmen for the 1941-43 term ''N. Wakefield; historian, Mn. Lamar I* Council of Legion Auxiliaries "Song of the Lark". Mn, Wm. 'man, Mrs. Hlndman Mn. Suber I IMrs.

have been appointed.The | Dickinson; Inside publicity n Oct.Lotion Hall. Husselwhite sang the accompaniment Hodges, Mn. Thomas, Jean J
24 Afternoon imp
list follows: program Mn.publici- I Schubert's "Hark. Hark the)ILark" Anderson Rachael Dodson Jane
W. B. Mills visual I''ty, Mrs. James Nesbitt I bridge tournament at home ofj
; education. R ; and house I; Thurman Tallulah Webb Don
J. Hester; library Mr Clarence 1: Mrs. R H. Done. j Mrs Green Rive'If'OUP i' The closing picture Rafael's Done and Surry Rice.

; Parman; finance and budget Mrs.J. Principal B. M. Hlndman has 1 Oct 24 Mixed of bridle "Madonna of the Chair", was posed J

G. Roman and Mrs. W. L. Saw been made parliamentarian and tournament at the home of Mn j'j by Mrs. Herman Thomas, her baby,ONE HUNDRED) ATTEND \
Polk. |
1 er: health Mn. T. E. Kirby; | Mn. Lamar Dickinson 1 historian. I IMrt. I George son and her little niece Jane PRESBYTERIAN PICNIC
cafeteria, Mrs. R. E. Anderson; I Green Rives Is flnt vice- Oct. 24-Work meeting of Homestead Thurmon. Mr*. T. L. Hodges sang About one hundred attended the

1 student aid W. R Bird: study I president; Mn. Jack Folk, second I I Art Club In Chamber of i Gounod's "Ave Marla" and Mrs. annual Sunday school picnic,of

course Mn.( John Craves; hospitality -''vice-president: Mr*. Nesbitt secretary -':Commerce at B a. m.Oct Herman Marks played the violin the Homestead Presbyterian

,: Mrs. Olin Wright; membership ; and Mn. Geo. N. Wake- 2S-PIUoywn dance in//I obbllgato. Church Saturday at Matheson
Mr*. Green Rive; elementary field treisurer. i'Chamber of Commerce building.Oct Sandwiches and punch Hammock. The group spent the I

: room mother Mr*. Paul Officer and chairmen 27-Opening meeting ff served In the patio by; the afternoon swimming and wanderIng I
form the :Homestead W''I
I Art Club 3:30 0'-
Reynolds; high school room moth. executf\e committee of the 'clock at home of Mn. Frank tit :Webb.'esses, Mn. B. E. Gatlin, ,, through the trail
er, Mn. W. E. Rheney; national ciation. R. Bird Mn. Vane Harris Mn. Carl F. Robinson, Mn. Larry -
Parent-Teacher magazine, Mn., ..1 1 Oct 28-Social meeting of .Mrs. S. L. VestMn. Pope and Joe Hickaon hid

JUNIOR CLUB TO HAVE UIO-j louse.Homestead Woman's Club In club-, Webb was assisted by a I charge of the the picnic arrange

DINNER' MEETING committee composed of Mn. B. M. menu and Mr. and Mn. J. M.
-Bridge tournament
Hlndman Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield, Holferty; of the transportation.lack .
HALtOWWUN DANCE A social meeting of the Junior als at Woman' Club building. lln'l 2I.
Plan for the Halloween dance Woman's Club of Homestead will Oct. Homestead W. S.

which the Woman' Club of be held Monday evening at 8 I day of prayer program

Homestead will give on Saturday o'clock In Tapawlngo Inn. Oct 31-Annual Halloween carnival "

Oct. 23 In the Chamber of Commerce Members unable to attend at Redland School.
building were discussed at asked to notify Mn. Robert Glenn are Oct. 31-Meeting of Redland I. Felt DIXIE DRUG::::

meeting of the club Tuesday In Jr.. Mrs. Fletcher: Bryant or Mrs. Home Demonstration Club at 11:30:
the clubhouse. Mr W. It Anderson ! James Bird by noon on Saturday. o'clock. nIt and fill

general chairman of the dance 1 Nov. 3-Business meeting of B. Defender Fountain '\j

announced the appointment of the I MBS. B. a CHANDLER' 'IS P. W. C. \ r-.L. /-1.? .

following dance chairmen: ELECTED W. W. P. a HEAD Nov. t-Election meeting of SYRINGE
tions. Mr*. J. D. Perkins;; dra-1 Homestead Band Patrons at 7:30 In Made from fresh live rablwr.Medioni I DMWa-ecIge.I.. ,...
; Mn. R B. Chandler elected
menu, Mr* P. J. Franklin: door, was music room. Full t .t. sis*. Tae "fialaer-like" taaeyou're
I president of the W. W,r. c. of the 89
Mrs. I. P. McLean; and publicity, Florida City Community Churchat Nov. Meeting of Legion Aux- bee looking fee. Each
"1'1. Irene Shanklin. The hostesses Oiary. blade guarantee Save DOW
a held Nose end Huoof Drop
meeting Friday eveningat
will be Mr*. Herbert \ Nov. 7-Meeting of Episcopal
Katz Mr the home of Mrs. Boyd Corer with EPHEDRINE and get '-Uer.-,toe
J. F. Hammett and Mrs R a Auxiliary at home of Mrs. Uw.swan. .
Ghore DOUr. Mrs. Joe GoDettacheek was .. Per relief &f common head At fist aiiAil bays frost t
elected vice-president and Mn. A. cobta and throat Irrltat n..
nIl dear Williams orchestrafrom Rivers, secreUry-treaturer. i observance Nov. 17-23-by National Homestead Art Week Art "l Z.25 JSI=E 5C Scout SPOTLIGHTcell
Miami will furnish the mUlIc.1 lS-I Mrs. Cohemour and Mn. Chand

The club voted to give ller, hostesses, served tee cream Cub. .cell tree with solid
dub root
Nov. 2t-.1unlor Woman'
the Homestead I brome cise. Chromina
High School band.It and cookies
cabaret ADHESIVE TAPE plated. Candlelight: .. .
voted, also to have the clubhouse The other present Included: ture.Safety loe switch.

ground cleaned before the Mrs. Roy N.m. Mrs. Clyde NelllMn. Three width on one spool for

next meeting. Roy Chandler, Mrs. Johnny! year toIIl_ O9Y& NOW ONLY
Mr*. Walter Weiss. was announced -I Becker. Mrs. L. Rohrer. Mrs. Margaret I II sat /j aeuews.u 590

M a new member.A I Kennedy Mr Jack Cohere Rearm ua noie

quit program win be pre.'I nour. Mrs. Albert Brown, Mr W.; Milk of. ........ iBM lsY siwss f lfA7I
anted at the E. RoweU. Mrs. J. '
next social meetingof .....
the club Oct 34. la the clubhouse -!I Mrs Riven. Mn. FrMmaD.1 lie lCbeiaQg sal

when Mn. Hammett will be and Miss Alice ,
I O4 U01 Tablets More aeeiua perborate than
SB charge. j I
tart. see ___ .__ Me many ether brawls Pleasant
Present at the meeting were:: ""\ I FweteatBaflbe U taste because of its Haver.
Mr H. a CroawalL Mrs. J. IL
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Urer OOCaaevle .,...
Dixon, Mr*. Adrian Jacob, Mr*. a"u' 39
C. H. Wltheaur. Mr*. Franklin i iIIn. VTK.er M's __ .-T- . ._._ lie "a ,
Hammett. Mr*. Perkins. Mrs.' __of""
: Rata Mr ShankUn. Mn. Anders I s Awake _
f',. 108 and Mrs. McLean. I .c.;;;: lla. . Col. SUMMER or WINTER ;

I I W..a
Curs I II is YOU. *. PHOTICTIONBrtac
d1uMniquL I four nwerlpUea to theI luaJI
'ti I Mn. Frank Hausman gave a OrwsL s eel asses,4.. i:eve: One BtM what a ..we check fwar
./ buffet luncheon for the Wedne' show am be book" also"b. uws o"WNWA

day Bridge' Club at her home this ,i ." help" tb.s..4a bs..t.N 011 _Aloe TMCfelJISTOM ,

t week. Win score prUes were won "-- w_

., by Mrs. B. M. Hindman and Mrs. Dr. a F. Stebbins
: ALICE'S BeAUTY Ice Cream Made Fresh
Paul Reynold and the guest prIM I Daily I

went to Mr W. L. Sawyer. I f Dr. L. W. Stebbins PARLOR

Present were: Mr*. A. M. Logan in Our Store
I Irb..e
Mr C. Hsgler Rick Mrs. W. J. I Utl W. Flatter tt, Mb*! ..tau(a-ena-.a-o..oa..rePre. ar..d.aa. :l lll

dark Mr C. IL Steffaai. Mrs. S-tSll I ,
( Freak Webb. Mn. Oeo. M. Trick,I IIP j .. lei :)lQllata IIJI: n.' Oal t .at:1, yn J .....,

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Frank Webb got the high score I'I I I Ray Schneider Mrs. W. W. Beth.
Miss Antoinette Mote was elect-
fl' Social Events I prize and Howard Lamb the sec-i,led president of the Wesley ';'ea, Mrs. Murray Mrs. Wittenwyl.er II

,end prize In the second of the ship CUM of the Mrs., Hon, Miss Jean Col-
series of dren, Mrs. Peterson and two new
University Club' tour.I*lodist Church: it a meeting F.llow-I'
members Mrs. U C. Smith and
nament bridge parties for men,,|!day evening *t the home
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and ?In. Dive WlllUmi. Mrs O. D. Oldham.

HOMESTEAD P. T. A. ROOM MOTHERS j Bevo Webb Monday evening jl Dodd U the retiring president Mr.
Those playing were: R. H. Don, Dodd WM elected: vice-president
BEGIN ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Stanley Wittkop Dr. A. M. Loon, land Mn. Goo Ertill. secretary BAKE SAL TOMORROWA

'I -- -- Ceo. N. Wakefleld. Geo. M. Trick I treasurer. bake sale win be held by VIe I

Fred Hobart president of the senior high are: J. It Brook, C J. Paroun, Russell I Mr*. Dodd WM nude recres. Band Patrons of Homestead High
School Saturday la front of the
;"student council of the Homestead Mrs. W. B. Mills' eighth grade' Anderson Julian H Webster I lion chairman and Miss "'1'1- i
.High School, told of school activities Mn. C. Hagler Rice and Mn. B.LCatlln. Frank Webb, )no. Lamb and Bevo belle Glbba. publicity; chairman.Mr Dixie Drug, announca* Mrs. Adrian
I Jacobs,
and explained the purpose Webb. Lloyd Field Miss Oibbe ;
.of the Wednesday morning activity Miss Lola Behrena' eighth grade Mr. and Mrs Walter Weiss were and Mr. Williams will act at asocial Members who are donatingbaked ,

; period at a meeting of Vie -Mrs. A. M. Logan. the high store prize wlnnen In committee for the next three goods should bring them to YCLCB

'Homestead P. T. A. Wednesday Halley W. Macey's ninth grade- the team group that met Wednesday months It "was announced.: the Dixie Drug..::! o'clock. *e v

*BRernoon in the Neva King Cooper Mrs. V!. E. JUlene,.. Mrs. F. c. evening at the home of Mr. Present were: Mr. and Mrs.
School auditorium.Miss Bullard and Mn. Alma Dearing. I and Mrs. W. B. Mill Mrs. How- Dodd. Mr. and Mn Ertlll. Mr. and TO REAR

/ Mary Ellen Dearlng tang Mn. J. R. Rutland'a ninth grade ard Lamb and Frank Belts won Mrs. Field Mr. and Mn. Williams, TALK ON NUTRITION r
for discussion at the
I The )
-"Ah Sweet, Mystery of Life" by -Mn. Geo. L. Murray Mrs. C J. the second prize. Misses Helen and Antoinette Mojre, .
of Homestead Home
Victor Herbert and Brian Wynn, Parman and Mrs. Fred Suber. I I Playing were: Mr. and Mrs. Miss AUie Ferguson Miss Mary meeting )

':a tint grade pupil gave a read- Mn. Aletht Callaner" tenthpade ,Bevo Webb, Mr. and Mn. Frank McNeil, Miss Cibbe, Willard Kor- Demonstration Club at 1:30 today

Ing.. The high school band played -Mrs. L. T. Proctor andMrs. I i Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Russell AndersonMr.andMrs.LeeH.Leh- man Robert Cast and Roy Nelson. la the Future Farmer Clubhousewill
be "Nutrition Yardstick. a
The J. R. Byrum. .
several selections. programsthis .
year will be centered aroundthe Miss Virginia Stewart's eleventh man, Mr. and Mra.. E. B Black I theme recommended by the National

school announced Mrs. W. B. grade-Mn.M. F White M....Wm.J. burn Mr. and Mrs Weiss, Mr. PRINCETON Cum ELECTt: Council en Nutrition. Mis
Mills program chairman. Geronimo Mrs. L. w. nnat.Mn. and Mrs. Belts Mr. and Mrs. Lamb CANNING AS PROJECT I Eunice Grady county home demonstration
agent will lead the
Principal B. M. Hindman spokeof D. H. Sullivan and Mn.. R and Miss Bertha Nil Hausman. Home defense training In can- discussion.An .

-th* public tpeaklnrf address' H. Done. Mn. Ceo. M. Frick won the nine will be the mala project of Italian quilting at
system which will be placed In I Mn..Margaret Seekers twelfth high score prize and Mra. Adrian the Princeton Home Demonstrs- meeting
the club was held Friday In the
the school.Mrs. ade-Mrs. W. R. Anderson Mrs. Jacobi, the second prize In the Uon Club, for the coming year, the Future Farmer clubhouse.
W. R. Bird's fifth grade Ch... Martin and Mrs. Ruth L. Friday afternoon group that met club decided at meeting Friday
room and Rudolph Cossman't seventh Scott at the home of Mn. B. M. Hind- afternoon at the home of Mrs. rUSBTTEUAN OEOCP

grade room won the attendance Room mothen for the seventh man. Walter Peterson In Goulds. TO SEW FOR RED CROSS
, awards grade home rooms of Miss Allie Playing were: Mrs. Claude Equipment for canning may be The members of the Wom..'.

! . Mrs. Green Rives, membership Ferguson and Rudolph Gorman Campbell, Mrs. Robert R. Relmert, borrowed from the Miami demon Auxiliary of the Homestead Presbyterian .

.chairman, announced that the annual and the tenth grade home room of Hn. A. M. Logan, Mn. Glenn Stratton office it was ,stated and Church will help la the

membership drive would be Miss Vera Fletcher have not been I Bute Mn. Howard Johnson, Mrs. a committee composed ef Mrs. Roy Red Cross sewing rooms, It wad

started that afternoon and that selected.W. I Walter Weiss Mn. Paul Haley. Wittenwyler. Mrs. R. L. Hobson I decided at a meeting of the auxiliary -

the room first attaining 100 percent Mrs. Harold Kendall. Mra. Frick'Mr*. 3. L. Murray andMrs.P.Z. Oct. 0 in the church. Tw
HOW and Mrs. Jacobs.
membership will be awarded M. V. I Hendry. will act at instructors and i member at lead will spend a day
Mrs. Clarence and Charles
I dollar. She requested the room PROGRAM MEETING Cray give any Information other members each week la the sewing rooms
mothen to meet with her In the I Member of the W. M. U. of. the Pratt were high score prize winner may desire. and others will volunteer as th.rCln.

clinic room Monday afternoon at ',First Baptist Church: are urged to In a mixed group of the University Mist Eunice Cr.eS,. county home Mrs. A. F. Darling conducted

I o'clock. attend the annual association] Club' bridge tournament demonstration agent spoke on 'the devotionals.

Room mothers for Neva Ring meeting In Miami. Friday Oct. 24. which met Friday evening at the. "Measuring Family rood with Nu-I I Present were: M.... R- Y. Burr.
home of Mn. Lonnie
Cooper School are: 'according to an announcementmade L. Hood. ,trltlon Yardstick": and "Enriched Mn. R. E. Trotter. Mn. Paul

Mist Mary Jackson's lint grade by Mn. Frank Irwin, president Present were: Mr. and Mn. Carl I Bread In the Family Diet" i Haley. Mrs. Ceo. M. Trick: Mrs.

-Mn. Bruce Ennls: Mn. A, H of the local society ate meetIng Wagner Mr. and Mra. Wells, Mr.\ .A work meeting will be held to.'day W. H. Owens, Mrs. Frank O.
and Mrs. Cray Mr. I
Dellinger, Mrs. Virginia Walton held Tuesday In the church. and Mn.Pratt at the home of Mn. Hathaway. Mra N. Van Celdrea,

and Mrs Augustus Wynn I The asaoclatlonal meeting will beheld Mrs. Ida Eichenberger. Mn. wrier to make Christmas ....... Win. IxMiasberry, Mra. J. W.
Mae Campbell. Mn. Lawrence Willen'l
Mn. Virginia Edward: first In the Central Baptist Church was announced. Irwin. Mn. R. C Jackson. Mra.
grade Mrs. Russell McCInnla and and It will begin at It o'clock. Becker. Miss Virginia Trick, Miss Pineapple upside down ,J, M. Holftrty Mrs. C Ben Pluramer. -

Mrs. J. W. Strickland. 1 1Un. The young people's. meeting will Ellen Hurt Mill Hazel Penntng- whipped cream and coffee were I Mrs. Vane Harris, Mrs. Ceo.D. .

Edna Thurman't second be held Oct U at S o'clock la the ton.Mn.nM. McCahey: and' served. '| Ruehle, Mra. Joel J. Robinson, .
Jt A. Rotherham.Mrs. .
grade-Mn. Herman Marks, M...I Central Baptist Church. 'I Memben present were Mrs. Mrs. Frank Robinson him Ricka
John Andrew
Andy Terburg and Mn. George Circle Five conducted I programon Webb was Russell Himms Mrs. P. S. Staple.|,Mn. Black and Mrs. Darling.
high score prize winner and Mrs.
Cooper. "An Urgent Gospel
Auwer'l(I". D. Perkins, second prize winner i/
Mrs.. Miriam Hood's second and:South American Qu..
-, third grade-Mrs. Stewart Springer Long Must W* Wait?" In the afternoon group that met
: Oct $ at the DOOM of Mra. PaulJte.DOIdi.
and Mn. A. A. Busaey. |I Mrs C. E. Saunden spoke on
..MiA Hula Ray's third and:."Word and World Mission"; Mrs.I! .
Others playing Mrs. C. H.Stetfani "
.,fourth grades-Mrs. Ceo. If. Wake.; M. W. Craft, on -South Amerl'ca were: .w eea"
"field, Mrs. T. L. Hodges. Mn. W.1'! Waits for the Word"; Mn. OnIFraaeur. Mrs. John Julian, Mn. Owl
Ted Stadlg Mrs. ... F. Whit. Mn.
L. Sawyer and Mrs. Jack IWk. on "The Word In SouthAmerica"
A. L. Laaler Mrs. Frank L. Skill.Mrs. i
I .
>. Mrs. Harry Cooper's fourthgride ; and Mrs. S. L. West
A. A.
Payne Mrs. W.
-Mn. J. Roman and Mrs [on "Publishing the Word In South J.I
"" Clark, Mn. Henry Johnson Mrs.,
Green .. I America and Student Carryingthe
' C. J. Parman Mrs. Frank HaIl wens
Mn. W. It. Bird's fifth Word.
man, Mn. Auburn Dellinger andMrs.
Mn.. J. D. Perkins, )In. I I Russell Hone.
Hutchinson and Mrs. Carl IJ'IId-1 A program on "Strengthening

Democracy in our Town" will be
< .J. Q. Wynn't fifth and presented at the Homestead B. P. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Redd enter.

sixth (nde-Mn. J. R- Byrumand W, C. meeting the Chamber of tamed at dinner last Thursday

Mrs. Russell Home. I Ir.Mn. I Commerce building Monday evening t,evening at their home County Bill

Ivan Mater* sixth grade-J by Mn. E. A. Froacber, public ;Commissioner and Mrs. Hugh Pus VAN
Mrs. E. E. Byrd and Mrs. Luther i relation chairman i, ten of Miami.SEflRS.RDEBUCK . 111 WOW

Strickland. |I .. .

I Room mothers for Junior and I) I ELECTRIC UNOI
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LITTLE WANDA CHANDLER :IS4rfit i1GGtLarillfi 7JERi- t.-:'

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t Mrs.. R. B. Chandler assisted by "o
Wn. V. D. Wells gave a charming I $11ge95 ..
party Saturday afternoon at the

Wells home In Florida City In
MAIN roue
honor of the first anniversary of / SAN6AIN
her daughter Wanda. / sAlteiV I.NSTAtAATOOM EXTRA

[After games on the lawn. Ice .. ,

cream cake and cookies were / no reason fa the
served. *" NewC.af
I JLjworld for you to struggle wr
i Tones of yellow and oranel I j along with that old ooqk store tl
were used In the color scheme. The' when you can own this beauNew CAUOO Surface Units

centerpiece on the lace-spread Wit,i tiful and efficient new Hotpoint Cook With Measured Near
table was a yellow Iced birthday! i Electric Rang for ae little
cake topped with a candle in a money.It'*a big value at a small EACH CALROD I M.cooking Mra4 salt

whit crystal swan .ho'-der: and t|I oat that win par yea real dividends Caoki Issues atom. as all

surrounded with sprays of goldenrod. I NOW in better cooking results but aJ l_r.WMMedcany. Coils are
new ways to economia and Use MlfClMOiOf.TpHERE'S .
pot-witching. Come fat today._
I Halloween favors were given. ,

The small guests included: Ed. Look At Tht. TOP. Quality F.ttur.tl

.ward Jackie Jimmy and Gel Intel .Tare sw ........: ..-....tf e New Radiant Sealer u.tt-larger
.love Chandler Warren Graves I t y iwA-brPa sal lawp isibi Celre41wfUtllta,.... withChas ever.
ane Tl Measure* N..... -
uanan. Sylvia and Ronny i ,AB-fercaUleeaamelleiKssaia'aai.
1 If're T'thtl.g .hbnt' kI1niesi
+ rrwr et w lje
Barnes, Dexter Lee Thomas,; 'Now I.NHt TMNt Call with a H..dJcltlttllwltdi Sattewe

Peeper Nell Herble Turner, Inn nstNm,1? y eltf SCA Vt"spa- ors F// ins a el1e /. HavelLid.- Battleship' _tnctIM. '"** "*

I Derby Joan and Fiord Hardr e Ovals, FIaver-S C',. ctetcally welded.e .
f \Wesl* and Barbara Kearns und
New CaIrN laklag Unit hill'!
Df nl. Archie and Dl I'u Clir'. A, I Dow Heat Deflecter. a 0. "j I *s efcctri "".
i The other guests were MrR' ; 4-

: Chandler. Mrir John Graves Mn '
George Barnes. Mr*. Herman SMITH-GRAVES FURNITURE CO.

Thompson Mrs. Cljd. Ueffl. Mrs. HHO CD

Herbert Turner Mrs. Burley Dent[ PHONE HaW v HOMESTEAD FLA.
by and Mrs. i. Harden. I


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i talk In Latin Greek or Hebrew.

j but he didn't know the tint thing

I about the practical aspects of makIng -

a farm produce properly. He

was a dreamer, extremely ImpraeItlcal .

I ,
Tho evils which grew because

of lack of knowledge and Indifi .

l i ference have had I vast Influence

fon the economic life and growthof

the South.

I "Young farmers of today have

become of the
aware problems
1\ ..p.y and gradually are solving them.

N K j They realize It will take time and

ur cooperation. On them much of
future economic welfare ot our
fthe[ depends."

Entertainer from WQAM '.

Echoes from the Hills" program I l .... .. .
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I provided a variety of songs and
of General Motor, looks thronjh the cf tvDerlikon
C. E Wilson, president lights .e
Instrumental numbers for the
+t musical I anti-divt bomber sun for which the Pontiac Motor Division cf the
portion of the evening Corporation bag a Urge contract Waiting his turn it H. J. Minster, general

-...--.-"Nw ,N, WMNM M inaiuier of Pont ie. Pictur was made during the hugs defense program which
QKJ .tI-ed at the Proving Ground for 500 writers and members of the press.
a i k e REDLAND F. F. A.

Mcf By George Wlngste, Reporter )1.
4 ? _.,---_' ...,- City Sells Building i I them In the requirements for their

I Redland Chapter F, F. A convened Lots at Nominal Rate tree finder badge
I Some of the rare plant and the
In our chapter room at 8p 'I
m.. Monday, Oct. 13 Tarpon Springs Oct 18 (FNS) nature oddities which they are
I i I now able to Identify are: the Chinese
Election of officen was the principal Sincere homeseekers may secure:
business transacted. New desirable well located building lots,' torture tree, the bread tree,

{ offcen for 1941-42 are: president, In Tarpon Springs at the nominal;i the aloe vera tree, the lipstick tree,

I Adolph Lopez; vice-president,, price of $30 It was announced by the Chinese litchee nut, the egg
Donald Grate the tree, the Adam and Eve tree, the
; tecretary Earl Wy. city commission City owned
r t tong: treasurer, J. L. King, Jr.; lots will be made available to crown of thorns tree the Rlpley

reporter, George Wlngate; executive anyone who will locate and builda believe It or not tree and many

commettee, H. A. Amen Jr. home. ',many other different varieties of

chairman, John Landrum and In Coral Gables, city fathers tr>es and plants.Mr. .
pad Mrs Davis both
Charles Behreni voted were
recently to confiscate large
I v"r- k'nd' t" the girls who all wishto
Adolph Lopez was elected to be parcels of property on which taxes
] diamond-ball captain this year have not been paid for development exprers their most sincere appreciation
]I There was discussion to th em The girls en-
some of as public playground.
I earnings and savings and Green Mayor Whitley stated that the loyed this trip very much and it

; :I I Hand initiations, but no definite city would foreclose on these delinquent proved to be both educational and
I' pleasant
I action was taken on either properties and hoped to
I I Others present were: Lynn Gowjdy establish a park and playground Those present were, Marie

: 'I Eugene Ingram, Rex Seats, In each section of the community I('Rogers, Kathleen Wagner, Rosemary
: Walter Rutzke, memben and Hennlngton, Kathleen Campbell

f I James Campbell Carl Ranew and J Kathryn Levy, Sarah Vlhlen
I 1 I Willard Thompson visitors Florida Grapefruit \[Joy Lee, Evelyn Gasman Marllou''

i We adjourned at 0:10 p. m. Crop Off 6 per Cent Harris, Claudine Mobley, Grace
t Burry Myra Jane Bashor; Gloria
: 1 I
: i iI Orlando, Oct J6' (FNS) The,Sage Marlon Gossman Doris Bit
ting the leader, Miss Kerfoot, Mrt
Homestead Girl ScoutsBy 1941-42 lI'apcfrult'erop will be off

: / BETTT GATLIX, Scribe about six per cent or around Albert Campbell, and Mr. Harvey

I YN..N ,,1"N, MYMIwMMMN aNMMNIMM-- 4)00,000 boxes, according to estimates (Gossman
I[ The Redland Girl Scouts met in
; ;;; A released last week by the',
regular meeting was held Redland School auditorium Tuesday
I.t Mrs. Skills home Oct. 7. We Department. S. of Agriculture Total'U. afternoon Oct. 7, as usual
production exceed
talked about Man and Venus, the may. The.meeting was called to order
40.000.000 boxes I
I two planets that are In the sky Florida I by the president after which Va
In the month of October. grapefruit production all said the flag salute and
was estimated at 20.300,000 boxes gave
The following girls that the Girl
I are while Florida Scout promise. Several
working on "My Troop" badge' oranges Including songs were sung
I Valencia I *, were estimated at
: went to Mrt Skill's last Wednesday We welcomed two new members
31300000 .
boxes, a 200000 Increase
to clean the scout room: Ar- last I(Ito our group, Marllou Harris ,and
over year
del Parman Suzanne Brown Anne! (Claudine Mobley All old bust-
Tangerine production was estimated -
Rheney Catherine Shackleford,' at I ness was discussed after which
1.800.000 boxes.
Patty Robinson, Mary C. Sober,'I everyone worked on. first aid

Barbara Horne and Betty Gatlln I badge requirements. Several members .
The Grizzly Bear patrol went Farmer Pays $8:) Tax 1 demonstrated bandages

to Mrs. Stillmani home last Saturday I To Operate $95 Car I Kathleen Wagner. Rosemary

to can carrots. okra.. .lam.' n. ,.llennlngton, Myra. Jane Bashor,
and guava Jelly. and Evelyn Gossman made
; Jacksonville. Oct. 16 The report
Committee, were chosen for the I 1 on 'tree* which helped ua on our
on Florida farmsIn
following things: shells Betty 1940 I tree finder's budge The meeting
was seven yean old and
Stillman, Betty Catlln.; library, had estimated was, closed with the singing of
an value of approximately
4"I Mary C Suber, Catherine Shackle- j(Taps
$95, Berwick: Anderson
ford; handicraft Anne Rheney I Punch and cookies were served
secretary of Florida Fletroleum
Margaret Barnes, Peggy OBrlen; Industries Committee by the hostesses, Myra Jane Ba-
said today
badges, Barbara Waldefleld and 'shor and Marion Gossman.
To operate that vehicle the average .
Katharine Kelly; ; seeds, Barbara farmer Those present were: Marie
had to $8553 In
Horn. Connie Campbell, Betty; pay Rogers, Kathleen Wagner; Rosemary
taxes In 1940 to the federal and
Byrum; registration Ruth Byrum. state government Henntngton. Sarah Vlhlen,
Barabara Wakefield told us I Evelvn Cowman, Marllou Harris,
"Farm vehicles are in general
about the dances of other coun- Grace Burry Claudine Mobley,
older and worth less than their
tries. Mr*. Hindman gave us a'' ', Mvra Jane Bashor Gloria Sage,
City cousins It 1 believed
because *
letter from the I II Marion Common Doris
city; council 18ln.1 : Bitting,
the troop could have a lot from I agricultural families run their cars I I! Miss Kerfoot and Mrs. Gossman.
longer and substantial numbers of
a choice of
two, to build the scout I I
house on. We had a relay game I used call migrate from the cities J
/ to the farms. -
Tl&[ -
representing first aid In which ,
Suzanne Brown team won. I "These statistic on farm can KWWWT .AD.t.A

Betty; Byrum was hostess. show unmistakably that the great : .. .. ..
I At the :burden of state and federal auto-
meeting held at Mr
: I Skill home Tuesday it was announced motive taxation falls heavily upon
t that the Halloween party agricultural population who Do You Like
If 1 To
depend upon their automobiles for
will be held Oct.
21 from 7 to 10 I
I' p. m. at the home of Mrs. Barnes earning a livelihood and carrying! HUNT and FISH
We on essential activities more than
,sang rounds.Thq'Hibiscua .
does any other c hen You'll I [
: cjua njOl.ealflRI
1 .. patrol went to Mr. Y' I
Miuman to .nIWIac1nake'elll.,;r -n
this Tuesday ; j
The following Redland/frj ,scouts II
girls went on a! leanbll1eta SOUTHERNTht .
bicycle hike and worked on banal: I '

Tart last Saturday: Connie Campbell .AiAAAA. AAAAAAiAAAAAJA .i I TMyOcc

Margaret Barnes Barbara I I Instead of the 1"elUlarttnr !

Home Sally Suber Joy Peters which la usually held In the school I) or Demos IOJ"

I I and Betty: Byrum !I auditorium this week on Tuesday

I We reviewed our first aid. ,,afternoon, directly after tchosA I II Soulh'i Only Hunting

Refreshment were served and I II I the Redland Girt Scout visited I And Fishing Mtgulnt
: Bonnie' Campbell I II
I was hostess the Davis Aloe Vera Tropical Gar.

I Ruth Byrum will be hottest next]I dens, where they learned many NewCmOUTNOWIfr'
I Tuesday j thing which will greatly help )

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daolrlni M 'R.." la buolMaoandrr ,, PHOCEEDIVtJSWHF.RKAB CLASSIFIED ADS
A --1<< : tha flrtltlotio II... of SM'TN.WIVES scheme Fracchla did a*
sib .. ......... I.
ram :" FllRNITCRB CO. indeed) torte I.r.- to Pleat .. Bird Motor 1
f sad 1,14, will wen.iesd "I' the City low the said' ..me with the CVrlt. of Co. the following Personal property,
tile H Flurid.. 1..... ('0.. Vlymoulhl' Map No 4IM7, RATE First 10
o.aa.1I -Gustav o.boar the Circuit Court of Dade Count*. KlorUU. : Insertion a UM; subsequent ltlaPltkn.i.
t until I i : (>RIN K. SMITH ,serial No. ISMU7S. Year 111I. Cyllpden .
f which time and And 54 I line
us the City Hall. at JOHN R. GRAVES whereas the barman far repair* .
I, sill be wed mad aloud. far ; Ort. If, II 14. SI. lUll 'OP rid' ._1" paw moment U IIM.on. I . _.____- !
I e the ( pad more than three anoathobara -
rem" =. elapoad alaoa new charters for BENSON 1-mlnute outfit t tt :
ro photo
dkoel ....... *. I' NOTICE "NOR! "rrrrlOUI 1 pairs: berama duo pad payable which saw FOR RENT I f
NAME with enough films to take 700 S
I ....... died charges ara a fair and raooonable charm
...... mal.. tar sale '- sod NOTICE IB MEREST: GIVEN that the for saw regain and .bk_ ,b..... or I pictures and other parts. Cheap
t ,I..".p.,. sad ............-. TIle wait. of.tow" .............. drotrlnc to antan In bnal.neoo any part .h....,. ban pot barn paid I FOR RENT OR SALE-Store . ;
.._ be pnder the rtrtltoua Home of VENE. ftom the isme how ....... ........ due building with living Make big money Inquire this ;
4"me.to. iH.in.r'H TIAN WOOD YARD. Inlendo to rraaiter .p to and Including the data ut this rooms I office. (03-17) \
-and ser..r lOW memo with the Clark of tha Circuit "Mimi Suitable for most any kind of j
,Court of Dodo County. Florida Now. ...,.,_ laaoneMoratlop of the business.
1 I FoTErUMf laformaliop sell oa .. .... PETER i. MOR80N P.......... and I. accordance with Portion On Key West highway TOMATO PLANTS M. P. Walker
draw L L Bwrw. City <"...... Sept. IS. Oct. I. U. It. IHIINOTI'I III + L Eo EOWAIIDS. of Florida, the _...... Praatop B. SUllng realtor or write Jot.KupperU. Kings Highway at N. E. First
.flOp Clark UNDER' : FICTITIOUS Bird, doing business pa tha Praotop B. Ave. (FO17)
I oat 19. t4. ". NAME LAW Bird Motor Co. will M the IMk day from 4228 N. 11th St.. St. I
the data of thk. _.... to-wH op the Louis Mo.
+ f NOTICE I YeRrw!: rrious I .NOTICE. IS HERESY GIVEN that the tilth day af October 3941 .. IS .'......., (017-31) I FOR SALE:-&by .ulneaS
N. I 1: :t.1i.t'rr.tll: : buolneoi I I lot I the ptac of baalpem of the pnderliUned -
H MUtElY GIVEN that tile lander,' CAFE pome Preelop II Bird Motor Co., FOR RENT OR SALE Store months old. BOc each. Helen .
.JdefohTPod. deaths to .as" h. '." ,, to roaloter seal game with the totaled at Homestead Fhu. offer for aalaM I
,. M poder the .teUtioue aaM of M..... 'i Clark of tha Clm.lt Coarl af Dada Ce aty. Paklla 110_. for _b. Ika abare ,I building living rooms. Suitable Whiting Ferreyra Roberts rood

Cook Burp latrndo to roitotrr the paid Florida. daocribed properly, for the puro.ee af for lowers and plants, Just north of Avocado drive.
.._ tha Clerh. af the Cheek Cairt MRS. CLARA ", the
4 with I anwrioa charges n said prpartySigned
rat Dods..... n.na. : Oct. U. H. 14. >1. O.'ION'j PRESTON B. BIRD.lubocrlbad fruit, souvenirs! novelties or (8-tf)

A. AMAH : and aworp to before .e this most any business. On Key Welt
'. Boat. ... M. S. l.. 1?.- IS41 i NOISeS OF Iba Tib day af October. 141. \ PAPAYAS, 8c a potMkd. Mis. Keltl
I TAX DEED-rile Signed WILLIAM I. GEROHIMO highway at Florida City. See,
li- 'lIcmaILrwmoUI!: j i Notice hi bmbr sine; that The II.,...... i Notary P....... agate af FlorMp .. Lara*. Edw. SUIing, realtor. (o3-17) Jackson 119 S. W. 2nd st.
I I Company bolder pa eaobjnoe af Ewramdoo j My _.......* ...1.. Jon t. 1M Homestead. (ml -U)
.' Novas IS HEREBY: OIVEN that tha I[IDralnan District Tai Cartiricato Nam. ) (Motoir 1
a.dew4.d. domirlho, am-** &001'0:1t. leered Mot. dated the Stk day af Aanot, Bealton.. is. ii, 1941) I BEDROOMS, separate bath and
1 our .adee tbe fled :.. .gar :: I A. D. lab ban filed sew Certlflcola la I _------ stairway IS E. 8th St. FOR SALE Tropic punts. tit..
..... "... office. and baa OJ-tf) :
'AFA T Hrt. totaada to puda application formi
i PAnG rug trees and tropical milt it
.. . . . . .
t. (see new home why ko Clark d.... Cie. deed to hope thrraoa h poiotdaaua wttk r r. .YnnnnY
j < a>H Court of Dada c._. FI rIdo.I Ia... Sold Certtfteaat rmkracao the fallow.Ina 1 : FOR RENT-4-room newly (urn.Ished season. Jungle Grove. Belittled
1" IAMB O. TOWEL daocribed) property oluuted ,. Dada apartment. Private bath, road and Plummet Jrtv., .
(Oct. .. 14. IT. tl. 1411 County Florida. ...wIt I
i j Lam I2. 14 and IS, Bib. I. Botwoptinca EXPERT bottled gas stove. Reasonable
f r NOTICE iTNDim FICTITIOUS ,..... Plat Book t. Pop .... ........ IP rata C H. Lawrence 102 N. : S VE'2O:new Tcrd car or t
Doda Ceont,..... of Florida.
NAME LAW T W. lit St. (A22-U truck. Phone 508-J. (i26tf) "
of saw )
4! NOTICE li HEREBY GIVEN that the saidaC.rllftnt0 property '
I iwadenirnod., eeelrliw to afuian I* ban,. i| the eased wal In the name BARBERING I

..nroo ...SERVICE.... the rktlt.BTATION..... pomp Intends of CENTRAL to. :i of Elliahelk shall be redeemed Barber. aocordln Untooo. lOW ta .Certificate tai : FOR RENT-Residence in Florida LOANS ,

''rnwter. ..14.._ with the Clerk of tkaCircuit deed will lean thereop. oa the' find day of'. City; 3 bedrooms, fireplace, electric

'I Court of Dade County. Florida. October.Dated thai A. D.llth 1t.1..dafpf,geptepiber, p...D.1 Haircut ..........."... 50c stove, running hot and cold I LOANS TO MODERNIZE ,
E. H. COLLIER. II. water two bathrooms; reason REPAIR AND REMODEL 'c
10 1. t. U. IT. f4. ltell I "
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E. B.
of Circuit Court LEATHFRMAN, Dodo County. Florida.Clerk I Shave .......... . ...25c able rent Apply Leader-Enter Grove Residential and Business ;
NOTICE ''NI\''. FICTITIOISj Circuit Court Seal) I IBy I prise. Property are available through 'I

NAME' LAW i it N. C. STVRR 'TT. n. C. i Shampoo (plain) lOci BROOKER LUMBER CO. INC.
t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai thai I (Sept II. ||. Oct. .. 10. IT. 1141) l ;
'_I..... deolrln* to sows I. bu." FOIl SALE Suggestions: S

I peae pONT ands BUILDING the flctltlnn BARBER netnf SHOP PIT In. i Shampoo (Fitch) 50c Add extra rooms or torches .

I .md> to rea-Mer the said, name with the 8 TURKEYS 25c: lb. Allenwood New roof and other repairsConvert ;

i Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada Count/. Massage ..........50c Groves Hainlin drive. (0-17) garage Into Apartment ,
i NE\VT.
Florida. BALL
r HARRY W. LINE Jr.face. Convert house Into duplex apt j

2, 10, 37. 14.: 1941)NOTICE 2-F-30 Farmiill Tractors $650 MONTHLY PAYMENTS

i TUTFtrrmot!: 's NOTARY PUBLIC BUSH'S.BARBER each. I-F-14 Farmall Tractor !I$100 18 mo. repay $5 98 mo. .

.r NAME!: LAW with combination crop duster $1000, 36 mo.-repay 31.94 mo. "

I ,"? .NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN. thai the $850. Call or write Miami ] $1000 60 mo,-repay $2167 mo.
'..-itr.... dralrlrjf U n. In kmlnaoowadrr / 1
'\ the fictitious nana of OVERSEAS. !: Fire Insurance Auction Credit ASK n. ( ProI $5000, 60 rno.-repay $t 8,33 mo.
TOURIST HOME Intando to males a aid
,_ with the Clerk of the Circuit Court''
01 Dod. eo..n.... Florid,1Jgt .. Kindred Lines SHOP FOR SALE-1829 Model "A" Ford Loans Can Be SecuredTo i

WM. N. SYKES and row boat-cell together or Modernize and Repair
(Sept. M. Oct S. Ie. If, 19411
separately. T. Orfanedes, Home I LEASED OR MORTGAGED '
NOTICE IINflFR': PI'f"IOli. 25 N. Kroue Art. stead. 03-17. PROFERTY
4 NAME!: LAW -
NOTICE M HEREBY GIVEN that the Loans for NEW
refrigerator -
ndorrlKnrd. drclrinf ta anaara In kuolnrM
plow the fMltloua aomo of HOMESTEADASERDASHERY. I AAAAAA'..ASMALL ai7 good working order. Vir of Commercial Bulldinm are also
[ Inunda to niter amid ': --
sew wtth the Clark of the Clrcalt Court .iii.0 Phone 509-J. (oStf) available on MONTHLY PAY- 1

of DUo Couatt FlorMaB . w 'I MENT PLAN through Brookcr
w. wrrricop taotamt af the Owparaklp. MaaataoMot.UrcaloUaa Lumber Co.Wayiide .
BUCHANAN ). stew Haaalrod kr the Art lCaorrooa .
HBrpt I*. 14. Ort.E.Ajo. IMII aI ml Aaa-Pat 24. Kit tad March Stands, Barns Gasoline

.Of. ".1.the ........1..100. paklhhrdw Stations, Utility Bid*., Tourist :

ol M R__" Fla., for Oct. I, I HI.uta Cabins Real Estate Office Garage.Poultry j
., Florida County of Dm4m..
Muscular ..,.... MM. a notary put see In and fm Buildings, and various
the Guam. and miner .,.....1" paroooallrappaarrd other Industrial and commercial
Baa A......... who. hawing been | buildings are eligible inside or
duly aworp aorordlna. ; to law, dopooia gad
t ura that ka to the editor 1 of UM ........ outside city limits.MONTHLY .
I Eaurprwr.. and that the following to. laIk. PAYMENTS
JL .beat of his knowledge and lit...,. a true
> statement of the ownarohlp manaiamant, $100, 18 mo.-repay $598 mo.
X1.6 ..... at UM aforesaid puhllrauop far the $1000 36 mo.- $31.94
r I data Shown h the abova ........... requiredI repay mo.
I the Art of All.... 14, I'll aa paraded $2300: 38 mo.-repay $711(15 mo.
( .* the Art nf March .. ISIS. omkodtod Inorrtlon :
.'1. Paul Lava and _01.11...... We also have F. H. A. IXMNS
printed an the reverse .\do of this. form
Convenient ...".111I. i for New Homes payable monthly
lJ.t thAt tha homes and addraaua of ..h.ouhlloh. 20-23 r
... ....1..... moment.. editor. and i over years.We -
buminves area ,
managers I
uhllohrr. .... A........ Horn.."** FlaEditor. I ftrrJ-h evwvth'rtyIdem,

(like titS way /m/u.w.} : Rea Manairere.A..h... H_Hen_Archer.. Fla.BuolMoo Mar- I plans, estimates and materials.

WHY ENDURE THEJITin't I r>rla I.. Archer, H__.. fla. There Is no obligation in dis1 -
t. That the owner k I .If award hr arorporotlop. I cussing your needs with UK Phone
I lu same and atMnaa aunt ka ,
r it better by far to seek the stated and al>o Inawdlatrl .._..... the ||or call. We'll gladly explain the
names and .dd_, of atoekholdero .... I service.
welcome relief which modern Now the small home be built from
can right Ins or holding. ana war cant or mon of txtal !
I chiropractic has so frequently and mount of'h."m If not owned by a eon 1 j jporallon. I BROOKER LUMBER CO.

effectively provided for the relief start to finish.. It can be well designed. It can 'IPM vMu.l. ownero must and ha addresses"I.... It of nomad thai. 1 Phone (t Box 41$

ot these torturing pains? If you br a firm, _po..r. ar ether onlacor.eoraud Homestead, Fla.
be well constructed. It include modern aMiaara. its name and address ..
are troubled with a muscular afnicition can waIt r theme of much Individual m.sMrSouth

of this kind. a!: consult- ...... .. ."n.) REESTATE
Doclo Publishing c.... Homestead.fl. .
I lion at our office may prove to be conveniences. .. t Pero A..ho. 1I..1or1o .....h "...h.... --- -
the first step towards removing K. L. Arrher. W. D. ''' 'i IF YOU WANT to sell ;your Grove
i.d.I ;:
I : :
he Co. Jeffry.umber Co. J i : .
cause. Mary A. A..._. Emerson Archer. Key. i Specialist
The small home has never been so usable-and Wait. KU.I Minnie l.eeh. Florida Cllf. l
1 HOURS ria. l C. A. Benferd. Fla I T Jaun : I Arcade. Phone 2-2463. (pn7)
....... Miami. Fla. I J. H. Ffakrr.howoll. .
.M te 111te4:316 teI livable. Home financing has never been so flt.; Aida I I. C. = Orlando rvjaaaaa. :|j I WANTED

That the laaw la
Tuesdays: (:30 te 12;.t to ':31 practical for the moderate-income family. and other security '". ..... ownlnaar TUTORING WANTED Mgk
balmier 1 raant or awra of total ,
Sundays by Appointment aavwnt of kanwa, _..... ar other aarurtttoi > j 1: school and grade school subjects

The down payment may be as low as onetenthof Fine Fxioral aral lit Sarlnaa them ara and WMO Lams, aa AMO. 'la.I j 1(, Mr. H. J. Armttrnng. A D.

..... O r Plummer drive and
tine of Miami. A. t. | Country

Dr. R. J. Elliott the property valuation. One loan will MeKlmnwr.Thai 4 .Am two Paragraphs seat chew. (I I Clu" read.NOT11 .

McCrorj Arcade take care of the remaining cost of a new home. I ""'I.-...the and Samoa security.itio.-'0_owwara.If an*.at_gab.hold. {'' R P'"AfTI It ATKIN FOB -

gals Rat aailr the IM of aUrahaMrn andatnirlta I T A!l111t1D-1o 11111N
Phone 261WHOMESTEAD. kol4.ro aa live appear Una* the <>4lra" .b .......* rim Ih.l II..... W.I .
is made In installments
.. repayment monthly books af the spay but alaa. ,. caM I Mdse. .holder aa ..lanoa of Cllf of llh.lr.li. .
FLORIDADR.M.A.BERGER 1 when UM alorliliohbr ar aMarlt bolder ,Tax Certificate.......... f">, -out of your Income over ample time. amphora spell the banks of UM _pang wtru.ua ,*th Any of Jiilr. A. D. I.... boo find amidCenfkau .I.I
:r ar I* in* other fltfnrlarr. ralalkm, |I I. my office. and has ..... ..popllto. ,
the same af the aarooai ar aorp whom each trustee la ....In.. la llvani ak. I I aeuirdaace with lew Said OrUflraU two
; that the how two aaraitrapkt aaMala I h"sme the '01..1.. doanlliid properly. alt.pated .
We will help you to put. through your application tatrvaau alrhwfa fall kaawl. I, ,. Daaw Comity. Florida./ ....It t
fit and "W'-: .... ... and Lot ... Block lo.R. Hialeah Path AdoH.lino l
for an F.'H. A. loan. andruonai ...- which atockkoWm ana) ta the City af HIo...... CowMy of Dads
Dentist oararlw hoMara wko wa >ot appear waM Suto af FfcorMa.TW .
the basis af the aaajaaar .* Ira's... hew aaoaoomaat af how ......, .....
stock sad lorurlltaa .. a aaaaattr ...... the now. Certtfkmto loved mass to the paaMaf
Office Hour 8:30-4' 1 39Rnt ( : D. HORNE CO. thaa that of a bass rUa moment and lab, VPkpowai. Ualeoo how CeetUkiala' dull .
d W. .giant .bus so mass" .. believe that an* be Ma..mil aaaardnp-. law, to* deeel
,' /bar as-/.t1.., r __ will love tbera.a a* the lad tn af Ow. 'it
ppa, s.eal.. t: NstslseB. .: : W any -., dire t o w.- Ian tabor, A. D. IP4UDeord .: Y
1'ttANK, ,L.. SKILL ,Owner said se-b. bride o dh.e .whir the. this 1Mb day af optembor. A. D.C. ;,
National Bankdini. r w ..... be blue.SKIS 194E
Hardware Lumber and Building Material ARCHER. P.611.5. B. LwATHERMAN. Irk
.... to sad m+a'a..d 5t..e me ti.1o atel.-Ceort Dada CawMy.:FtorMa.ICbrajH ,I-p4
; . .. .+; JlmrslsssX. Flo. .*..... H1-J. Mtk aow of Ortakar 1HI. cows sal -. .
..- NEWT. O. SILL, Wahww ........ By N. ft ....IUCTT. II. C.

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Il j'r' Fare Twelve LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday October, 1? 1

:1 Church will meet; J D. Will Give meeting In Stewart Uat Sunda
Mn. Allen came to Wllonr
Alien ood Groves
I who night to organize The club meets in the N<
127 with Mr. Allen Townsend Club ReportsA
t By Mrs. Claude S. Allen I 1838. An ardent booster rehearsal for the aea- King Cooper auditorium at 2
area, she bate to leave, : The director, Irving report of county, state and clock.
fbe"sal* of Allenwood 20-acre she will move only M invites all who enjoy I national Townsend meetings will
grove and residence of Mrt. C 1.1 I. as Coconut Grove. I an ear for music and be made Sunday at the Home. Or a NewspaperA
Allen on W. Hal 1lA drive, was a twit to attend this stead Townsend Club meeting by II reader want to know It
announced this week. The fur- Vested to ) I J. D.Wytonf who attended a scat editor la a man who puts thing
I chafers are Mr. and kin. E.: C Choir the nugatliM Land, not! An *
I Brandenburg of Coral Gable who And Organize to enlarge the choir Its member will appear each tor la a man who keep thing i
will take possession and occupancy to at least twenty-five Sunday morning In formal choir j of the maUInt.-Jtan of Sthint.
within a few week The choir of the H :Lyon said, and M usual rob**. ( .

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