Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: October 24, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID00513
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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:VoL30-No. 42 Homestead Florida October 2i, 19U Price 3 Cents





Start of Pipe Line Delayed Again r'







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Jitterbug ntest to Feature Dance

NEXT WEEK TO i I Climaxing Community_Halloween Fete GOSIGNALDUEOC120HELD!



SEE START OF'P.OBUII.DQrC Rallying point for young-folk,.Ceo. N. Wakcfield, prealdent ol .'

who Halloween take part parade In the under community UP UNTIL NOV..1 5, FOR REASON

yes-terday.[
spices 'of the Homestead-t"'I"1
: ; Club next Friday ."-"- .
b*'UW--J1)Ufticlpal.Ubrarjl !kt tint and ',:25'p. m. and the, parade j NOT YET REVEALED BY NAVY

I venue and N. W. Second street will start promptly at 6 SO led by .
: I the Homestead and Redland school
'Architect's Plans I Reveal bands. The line of march will be I _
I Especially Designed OFFICE HOURS SET''I east on Second street to Krone THE WEATHER Williams Bros of Tulsa

avenue, south on Krom to Flaglerand Long Announced as
Postal Quarters thence by way of Flagler to Official ....ureport; of the
Low Bidder
DAILY FOR
NEWC.OFC.SECRETARY Homestead ,park, near the ball Subtropical Experiment Station
I WALKER TO OVERSEE field,' where the big community Homestead, Florida. *
WORK PERSONALLY Halloween party will be held. TREATMENT PLANTTO
All who take' part In the parade Oct. 11.._. (S |1211.8.| 0.M START LAST PIPE .
must 0cL 1T.- 19 |29.9> 1.IT

10-Year Awaits Lease by Completion Government - ., "Kif Canon-, first paid secretaryof Three wear prizes Halloween will be given costumes., one Oct Oct 19..1.1. .-115 73 j I 1 I 0 0.,50M 52M Standard Asbestos Co. to I

of Structure the Redland District Chamberof etch pre-school for three children different, elementary age grlupt: Oct 20_ ". J II 129.87 I| Resume Coating of Fun ,;

Commerce In IS yean, will pupils and high school pupils.: Oct. 21:_ _I 90 14 ((29,Mltrac* Lengths Next Week
keep office hours in the Chamber) Oct 22_ .1 82 (4 |1211.II.| 4
Construction of a :
one-itory Field day contests at the parkto
I Commerce building starting Mon ;
bulldog to house the Homesstead be held under the direction of Signing of the contract for the

post office will be started next I day.An office Is being partitioned 'off Rudolph Gostman. physical education 7 LEAVE HERE construction of the aqueduct from

week by M. P. Walker who sew: for Mr. Carson In one corner of d'rector .f Homestead High Florida City to Key West will be ,
ets2"ln ." awarded I the front of the building and will School. will Include: greasy pole TAKE JOBS I delayed until Nov. )5, it was.
a TO
aiD 5fls climbing, sack ,
'1 be finished In time for him to : races pie eating learned i}from a reliable source 1
10-year lease by the poet office! move in at 8.30 a. m. Monday. contest and many other events, in I here ,
department on his proposal to I Mr. Carson was chosen by theboard every one of wh'ch prizes will be I IN PUERTO 'yesterday.Just
erect a building designed to suit: of directors of the chamberof given to the winners. I S hat la caue rag the delaywas

the growing need of the local post commerce at a meeting on Oct. Plenty of refreshments will be RICOj not disclosed. The contractwas :
office. II I 18, at the tame time that E. H.I! provided-and they'll be free. The Arundel Corp. to have been signed by Ort j'

Gallaher was selected to manage) A Jitterbug contest will feature gaged In gigantic defense 20 but It is understood that clr
made '
According to blue print '
1942 Redland t> strict Fruit 1
the ,the dancing which will start in
have arisen that
cumstances
United ruse
( Puerto :
for the States In
Curtis E. Haley, Miami: architect I
by Festival More than thirty applications the Chamber of Commerce building
the building will be 39 feet for the position of executive \at 10 p. m. This dance will be Rco: will get seven more young the postponement to Nov IS

4 inches by 67 feet 4 Inches, of secretary of, the chamber oft staged for the young folk of the men of the Redland District for Williams Bros of Tulsa, Okla.,

concrete block construction, with I commerce were J"eI'O"ved by the! community under the sponsorshipof Its construction, and ground cLeaving work was low bidder for the aqueduct
directors In answer 'to adverts-1 Woman's of crews
the Junior Club contract.
asphalt tie flooring and v-type night
menta Inserted in < a Miami and Homestead, and positively: no al-! Tuesday for New
toot covered with metal shingles: Homestead York where they were to take The pipe treatment plant of the
newspapers."After ooholic drinks will be permittedin
Mr. Walker a retired manufac. I careful study and Investigation boat for San Juan, Puerto Rico Standard Asbestos Manufacturing:
the building or on the grounds
blocks, will
turer of cement *
personally ,"said Edward St:ling, president outside at any tame during the were: Alton Home, Randolph and Insulating Co. which has been
supervise construction .of raves Wilburn Bud Reed and r
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of the chamber of commerce,
In'
evening All dancers must be occupied: wjh: treating miscellaneous -
the building ;
"the director voted unanimously Rodney E. (Buster) Roberta of
Halloween costume.COUNCIL
I Joints 0 'pipe for some time,
homestead: Donald Ames and
to engage the services of not one
$1600 Repair to Be Made but two of them: one to serve as George Wright of Redland; and will start coating the last shipment
To Roof of School Here executive secretary and one to, Charles Fortcnberry of Naranja. of pipe for the aqueduct the
manage the festival' TO SEEK II Already In the service of the first of next week. It Is expected t
Sixteen hundred dollars In repairs Mr. Gallaher hat managed the Arundel Corp. at Puerto Rico are: that the treating of this shipmentof
to the roof of the Homestead fruit festival for the past three CHEAPER MONEY toy Martin, Robert Marsh, J. B. pipe will be completed In five
elementary school building will yean. Mr. Carson, whose Initials Seats and Pat Flynn. 1 days.

be made immediately, the county I art A. r, although he has never

school board voted Wednesday been able to escape the given THANRFCFUNDSI Rotes Hold Lunch at Subtropical Exp. 1
LOOM tile will be reset in new concrete. j name of the famous Kit Canon [ .

(Continued on Page Twelve) On the recommendation of Mayo Station and Learn Work and Problems 1i

Interview Before Air Crash i i't. ? T. J, Harris, the city council,i
McGarrah t' hld- of
Monday night voted to seek: a re--I/,I Homestead Rotarians and an appropriation of

Described by Chattanooga Reporter lease from the R. F. C on the!Ii weekly meeting and luncheon $26,000.
i ,. The
... the Ex. Subtropical Experiment Station -
borrowing of 175,000 for the purchase Wednesday Subtropical
I
I has a staff of three and an
Tin fonnrinf navy wrttM kf a.a'aah.rt if Ynts.'s trial. _ to'Viwnrux I ,of. an. additional generatorfor j i'pertinent Station. After the pic* annual appropriation of $21,000,
Chattanooga Excite TliMurt tant UM owebib Mn4 kk. 1 the munlop.1"1faht: and, jjile lunch and meeting they were which Is augmented by Dade
'W.teri
mnrtor. wte Ulk* with EMefemk .. ......" _I.. If... lIeGo...... -.. I I a
06" lllIt We" *0 .., "m __I.. a cltorhw Inm tile plant. 1. conducted on I tour of the station's County appropriation of $9,000 to
ti" .,.s1.4. to .... Meth .5 a ...5.taie .- Ch.t..oess TI_" 10.000 annually. Dr. Ruehle tald.
W._. T... .. Oct n.w I Mayor Harris laid thai moneyat | experiment plots by the ate.
war .__ '!'hI ..0...... tn ors hi IJ_ I The station grounds consist of
tot to tM a.dorIW. : N1Y -. far Mtge .wine I lower interest rates than those ton: staff Dr. Ceo, D. Ruehlt,
If... D. McG.na1. or Vows I 123 of rock land
........ acres lying between -
". a.n t5ed..4 int.a. ,... "d to I charged by the 'R. F. C. Is avail pathologist, who is In charge of I Waldln and Epmore drives,

Thursday night rode from Lov-] weather cond lions. .He posed for able for such t loan, which would the station Dr E. M.; Andersen, of which 65 acres Is planted, 29
eU field airport sitting beside En- a pictursv smiling He got ,bisweather be secured-by revenue certif sates horticulturist, and S. J. Lynch, assistant acres cleared and SO acres un-
report which Indicated:: horticulturist cleared. In addition, there are two
alga M. J. MeGarrah. who was of the light and power departmentFollowing
cloudiness .yesterday...and Mid In I brief description of the small farms on glad or marl land
killed yesterday afternoon when I he would take off Friday morning the reading of a Letter station and its activities Dr. comprising 50 acres.

his,plan crashed near, WhitweH. 'if it isn't too bad. from the Band Parent Association Ruehk, prior to the tour of the Instead of three or foisr men to
With us was James Hudson an 1 It is a deep not of fanny that of the Homestead school the council grounds said that the Subtropical, work on one project, as stations
alga McGarrah had asked us 1o I hU plan crashed against a mountainside voted to give ISO to the band Is the smallest of four branches of with comparable: problems In Call

bring bin to town and take him ,yesterday.a remote see- to be used tot in connectkw the Florida Experiment Station at fornia ha",, the experiment station -
. expenses -
to a hotel. We gave him I'lift I UOD-and In murky weather.;. : Gainesville. The largest be said her has to assign three or
la Hudson's ear.. W* talked about Mike1 McGarrah, a blond Irish ,wtth'tti_ public cohftrtand. is the Everglades Experiment Station four projects to one man. Nature .
ih*,weather,.flying and about.Ule'' navy flier toomed Into Chattanooga parade*., Ball Glad, which has a staff any Dr. Rueble pointed out California "
war. I Thursday evening and gave Building: permits granted Included of ten and an annual,appropriation Is able to carry out experiments -
evening Times photographer. En-. airport officials and hangers-on a one for the conttructoQ. of of $50,000. Next Is the Citrus more quickly and more advantageously.
Just before we left the airport thrill as he roared over tabs field post trifle building by M. P. Experiment Station at Lake ': "y
Ole young filer went up to theweather three times before landing his and one for the construe- Alfred with a staff of eight and an The visiting Rotarlaaa weft dU
bureau office in the airport : powerful BrewtteT navy fighter.I ''I of a stor 1MakbnIIOQ I job appropriation of 71000. The north I vided Into three groups for, the
I
administration building There was among the hangers-on. and 23, Noble's addition (col. Florida tobacco experiment station 1 Jour-each)group conducted by
.lie asked for; and received,. flying t cont::teed en Page Twe) 'red town) by J. I). Redd.; at Quincy is third with a' staff I (Continued on Page Two)'

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Pare Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday. October 24. 1941e


| Florida City Man Dies ROTES Classes AvailableIf ''sonville wholesale grocer, wht
RABBI ZWITMAN | died from a.heart attack Detail
I I On Visit to Kansas City Demand Warrants at the age of 02. m*
(Continued from Pale One) The survivors Ire his wife, five
: GUEST SPEAKER I I Ij I R. W MuIUno of Florida City Announcement that classes In i children, mother, three .brothels
ont of the members of the station , nutrition and consumers' '
died: shortly before noon TuesdayIn canning and four sisters. n
staff-through the administration interest wail be given In Homestead -
j Kansas City, Mo, where he ,
AT LIONS CLUB
was visiting his nieces, Mrs. Una building, containing the office if the demand warrants, was Milton $
,i Johnson and Mrs. J. A. Freed, acMordina' and laboratories, then through the made Friday.evening at the meetIng Charles Shields
---- I I to i telegram received: propagation sheds, greenhouse' and called by the home and community Dies After Brief IllnessChas.
rr Rabbi Colman A. Zwltman of::by Mrs. Lloyd Deltz of Florida to the botanical garden In the service division of the Defense
'J. Miami in an address.to the Red-: i botanical garden, which It open Council of Dade County In Milton Shields; 77 fatherof
land District Lions Club TUelda'1 I City.No further information has been I the year-round to visitor, are the,the Neva King Cooper School. Mrs. Frank Belt of Homestesi
I night stressed the need received. Funeral arrangements many exotic tropical fruit trees Fifteen applicants will Insure ,died yesterday: aftemoofl in the
understanding between men and were said to be swelling the arrival that fascinate the stranger to these,i class it VM stated, and application *|.James Archer Smith Hospital attar
I clime may be made to Mrs. B. M. a short Illness. :?
.' \ nations and of proper evaluation I lurvivujiVjSiiler In Kansas fi City,,, Dora of an Mull-only Next the group got In their Hindman of Homestead who Mr. Shields, a retired farmer'
'I of current events as presented In ins, from Californuu" !I can and were taken to the experiment I served at chairman of the meeting t had lived here for the past Ii
r our daily news report I Mr. Mullins' wife Nellie Wallace "block adjoining the Immediate Ceo. N. Wakefleld spoke on years. He came to Dade County
I i PV the station grounds. In two home gardens; Mrs. B. B. Free- from Cleveland, Tenn.
ting question, "Why Mullint to whom he was married
t i : blocks are being conducted experiments land, on comumen' Interests' ; Mrs Besides Mrs. Belts, he I is survived
should live ethical In 1920 died last May 10, and
standards
we by was
>> with wood and hole I Mrs Paul
graft Hindman, on nutrition; by: a sister, Miss Emma
J burled in Palm at Naranja
when unethical tactic seem I Cemetery preparation on avocados, together Sears, on home preservation of Shelds of Homestead: a brother,
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r i to be so successful today?" Rabbi They came to Florida CityIn with studies In fertilizer, disease food; and Mrs. H Q., CronwalVon William Shield of Pilot Or .:. a
: 1IJ24. He born In Missouri I '
,i Zwltman explained that while was control and new varieties. Other salvage recovery son, frank, Shields of Pendleton
news of the success of tyrants Is and was a barber In Karma Coy blocks an devoted to studies of A request for W"blankets,.pref. Ore.; two daughters, Mrs. Lena
I 1 f timely It Is also transient, but the ,for many years After coming to citrus I
papayas mangos, forestryand erably part wools was made.. Donavln and Mrs Esther DuIYrat
Florida City he followed the
carpenter's -
fundamental of righteousness are minor fruits. P. T. A. and
" .Mrs. M. r. Wljlt. president both of. Miami two grand.children *
trade. He left about
J lasting and will eventually six In the the "
prevail forestry experiments, was hostess chairman. .
;: s weeks ago for a vacation to be African mahogany tree has been The body was sent last night by
However, we must be constantly spent vWt'Di relatives and friend found to grow five times as fastas James Nesbitt Returns Turner Funeral Home to-Cleveland
: f on our guard In this country to Only known urvivon of Mr. the ordinary pine sapling. Itwas Tenn. _
see that our freedom and democracy Mullint are the sister In California emphasized, however, that From Brother's Funeral I
,{ can be maintained as a masterpiece : and the niece In Kansas City. this is not the Madeira or native -
A of human life and con mahogany, which Is a much slower James Nesbitt returned Sunday I .
duct." said Rabbi Zwltmsn.: DORA SCOTT, WINS, HONOR grower than the pine and most from attending the funeral of his Id ,.
"The prlciple upon which our other trees. brother, McGregor Nesbitt, Jack,
Word has been received hereby
churches
and fraternal
or'.nlu.Uona
.
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott ', : [ : I II [[ [ [ I [ II [ ;: :::11 I: I II [ [I 1111"
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are founded must be used 1'1 II I : I I I I i I
that their daughter, Dora, a high
a* a basis for our personal con
school senior at Norman Junior
duct. We then become better
College, Norman Park, Ga.. has
ti dividuals, better families, I ':
'. i communities and a trU In'l been placed on the dean's lilt for
Mrs. T L. Hodges sang ; this month. Miss Scott Is also on I Announcing
selections. the news staff of the school paper,
Announcement Norman Lite. I
was made that
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; next Tuesday will be ladies' night
; and also district governor's night of airplanes and cities and finally 1 BUDGET PLANPAYMENTS
t when Lions Pratt and Gallaher talked of southern fried ch'cken .
: t will stage their long awaited I Mike was tired. He didn't talk I
fashion show with a huge array an awful lot. He had just flown I
of models. District Governor Wil from New York in "about two
; fred Robart and Deputy District hours and ten minutes". The CAA .
Governor Bob Blake with their office sa'd he was only an hour
: j wives will be honor guests It was and fifty-five minutes coming
said, and all Lion are requested And, besides, M:ke was Irish as
\ to be on hand to welcome them. the blarney stone and modest He
1 1 was afraid we were giving him

McGARRAHContinued "hero. worship." We probablywere. For-- .' "

\ He remarked that he'd been to
( front; Page One) Chattanooga only last week, ferrying -
Hudson, the photographer, and I : another plane from his New ',.
had TIRES-
a lengthy conversaton with York field to San Diego. \j>
him and took a picture of his ship He told us hi* plane cruised at
and of him checking In at the "about MO m.p.h. and has 'a top
civil
aeronautic authority control speed of about 300 m.p.h.
We Intended to use the picture I And at the airport yesterday ACCESSORIES
of McGarrah and the Controlman morning he gave the attaches a
lot: B. Franks In connection with a I thrill before leaving he roared

=1 edition of the Evening: hi* plane in a power dive as a sa
lute. He had checked his weather AUTO REPAIRING
But the
the time has come to use thoroughly with the CAA. He decided
pictures even before that to not waste any more time.
( We brought Mike to town with: He took off. And the rest of the
: \II, Hudson and I did. We talked is
story tragic news.
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Monthly PaymentsCome
hate to go to Miami to take a test. You Easy

.: can get both application blank and test at

: the American Legion Auto Tag Office.

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: Fridav. October 24. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD T.EAnER.ENTERPRISE Pate Three


: SO. MIAMI. WINS I Vernon Turner Awarded Redland School Night Watchman Dies Mr. Hoover was evidently; returning i

Many lIonors'at Stetson Returning from Work horn from his night'sduties ,
CIIA31PIONSHIPOFDADELEAGUE Carnival Is Set when he suffered a cerebral

I DeLand, Oct. 23-Vernon Turner William Everett Hoover, 61, hemmorrhage.He .
son of Mr. and Mr*. Ceo, W. For Halloween night watchman at Gould Supply came to Gould a year ago

Turner of Homestead, was one of -- i store, whose body was found on from Monmouth IlL He leave

i 14 students at Stetson who this I The Halloween carnival: sponsored the old Dixie Highway near the no relative here but a son and

;;" each year by the Parent- 'South Florida Fruit Growers packIng daughter In Monmouth survive
South Miami the championship - him. The body was sent Wednesday -
Teacher Association of Redland house Tuesday morning cameo
of the Dade County Amateur his death from to Monmouth by Turner Fun-
Baseball Ltngue Sunday when it School will start at 8 o'clock next natural C'UR" eral Home.IREAD .
a coroner' Jury Impanelled by
I Friday evening with dinner which ;
defeated Homestead for the second
i
of Sid L.
Justice the Peace Kendrick -
consecutive t'me lit the league I all be served In the cafeteria TUB WANT-ADS
The booths,, each different found Tuesday night
series by a score of t to 2. staged by a i
Again Homestead was leading,! class In either the elementary -
2 to 0 till the 8th inning whenA. or high school, will open at 7
I Barrow pulled a "Mickey Ow 'clock. |
en" and dropped t th'rd-out ball. In a popularity contest for girls
South Miami then rallied to score IIf the high school are Jeanette WHY I
Cox and Lo's Vrana, seniors Avis
five runs-enough to win. Thomas ; J
again pitched brill'adUy. except for Bitting and Betty Ann Marshall .
the 8th. Juniors; Jonnle Lee Andrews and
1 Wlttkop's timely hit In the frit Kathleen Wagner, sophomores; WE DON'T OFFER
[ inning with second and th'rd bases and Rosemary Burk and Lillian

t occupied, put Homestead In the Seed, freshmen.
2-0 lead which If held until the Among attractions are: minstrel
fatal sixth. Hughes, dlmunitive how, sponsored by the cheer leaders A LOT OF MODELS

outfielder for South M'aml, gar ; cake walk by Pan-Amercan:
I nered,, (our hits in five trys and led Hub; bingo, by senior class; hotdog
both Mam ift: bitting. Mart'n stand by fourth and sixth I
grades; marble game and checkers
Bishop waS :the outstanding defensive -
player o< both teams, com. Eit"'D' IU TZIRoQ by eighth grade girls; dart
I ing up w.th a number of hard-hit throwing by ninth grade girls;I WbeDIll\BlllIttIouttodlocwe
ball and throwing the runnenlout year received the distinction of grab bag, by th'rd grade; target ...
after each looked like sure listing In the "Who's Who Among shooting, by seventh grade boys;: I tractor be shouldn't haft to
. hits. Wlttkop Students In American Universities movie by seventh grade girls;,
again paced the
play Sony, "" *!)1',1', ms
cal hitters with: two for three. 10.1 and Colleges" Chosen by a special candy apple, by eighth grade boys;
The fielding gem of the series committee on a basis of char. fish pond, by second grade. The among mocIeII...weighing which writ
was credited to the South Miami ,\acter, scholarship, campus reputation fifth grade will sell library tags
t do this against which will do Mar. .. 1
pitcher, who grabbed Barrow's only -, and general student lead- and the Jun'or class I ia getting out ,
bid for a hit In the series, a ership, Turner will receive a placeIn an advertising program. 910 11111111 and ending lllbalt-bwtedcompromiae.
vicious line drve: which the South the collegiate Who' Who along anyt e

I Miamian dived for and clung to|with the nation' most outstanding Young: People Will Show yt Illo $ Th Ford Tractor with Ferguson

while fallng down. It brought institutions' representatives this Mission Films SundayThe Min System i* built not to meet special
cheers from the capacity crowd !i year. .
that attended the final game-the)I! The Homestead youth, a senior condition, but to muter all con- .
Young People of the Homestead
collection from which however,i I in the college of law, is business! Presbyterian Church will dif/on you have on your farm.
did not offset the
expenses. manager of the Hatter, Stetson
have as a special feature of their
Homestead won the first half of yearbook, president of Delta. Sigma evening! service Sunday the
the season and t'ed South Miami Phi, social fraternity, and
This machine i I. built around
showing of a home mission film
for the second half. South Miami chairman of the student social 4 in I II
"For God, America and Mexico,
I won the playoff and then the series!committee I and he has served for Dew and fundamental
which will show the work of the
in two straight game i I I two :years as president of Beta
church Mexican In Texas. or that
1 among principle applying
power
Batting I averages of the local Key, honorary biology club.
There will also be film
j t on
fillers for the season follow: I|I Turner has been active In Intramural Ybor City Presbyterian missionarywork. makes uoneceasary to sacrifice one

Wlttkop _m__._.__. .417 for five years. In 1939- .
C. Bishop .__. __'_ .398 No capability to get another. The Ford
u .uuu 40 he was selected the best intramural Charles Behrens will present the polio
i Mistretta u. ...___ ._ .37t athlete, and he hat been on pictures and Charles Watson will robbin> Tractor with Ferguson System can-
Crime .371Caves the varsity tennis team for three p
conduct the worship.
= == ::==: :.368I years. He has served a* vice- t pfy bins utter flexibility for all crop requirements

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J Clonninger .384 president of the Intrafraternity
with brute strength for
l The wild turkey originally
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IL Thomas .827 Council, clerk and vice-presiden
M. Bishop .._ ._....._ .___.._. .318 of Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity ranged in 38 states but now is the toughest going.
Hobbs ... ___....w_ ..309J. president of the second year found In only 20 states In southeastern
Lee Smith___..---:-. ..284A. law class, secretary of the firs and southwestern United And, it hu the light weight with
Barrow .199 year law class, and boatswain of States. to
j Snyder . m==:::::::=:::::== : the Mystic Krewe, leadership consequent economy operation,

group. He has also been freshman which you used to expect only latiwlai

Thomas J.Hunton Again i j adviser for three years, a member built down to a price.
of the "S" Club for three years,
Serves of Christ r&l
Church winner of first and.second year

law club argument, and chairman Th Ferguson Implement,
Thomas J. Hunton will be minister of the legal argumentation .
a for the Homestead Church committee. J'I a0 which operate a. a unit withLNsVrIA
I of Christ during the winter =
the Ford Tractor through the exclusive
I J months, according to an announcement Apt Question
I I made by officials of the Teacher: "You' should let bygones Ferguson System, do your
church. Mr. Hunton
resigned as "
i be bygones; basic farming operations way,
minister of the church about four year
Pupil: "Then why do they makeus
after a service of several
years ago learn history .s you have never been able to do
year He comes here from i
Macclenny, Fla. TTTTTTT ... them before. And we mean by the
The hours of service will be as
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complete measuring stick of speed
In the past: from 10 till 12 SUnday BOTTLED GAS

forenoon, from 7.30 till I Sun Roper Range and Electric thoroughness accuracy, and cost.
day evening and from 7:30: till 8 Refrigerators I needed advice . .

Wednesday evening. VIRGIL D. LYON i I didn't know where to go
The public Is cordially Invitedto Phone 509-J Opp. City Hall
'attend. A..A..A..A..............pa.. In case a loved one should Ask M to show you that tlMM are
I practical faces Now Is the time to
-- ----- t pass away. I wanted to let set with a Ford Tractor with flit

talk thing over without I Ftrpuoa System. Call today for e t o
a cSem.tIoG.I ,,,
confusion so I topped at I

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Published. Fridays tt H......... n>. Years
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I 4 DEL THSAPMOAVt Of
Oct. II, UUliMn.
: It7IISCRtntOIf RATA MAN ENABLING roDNPfA.e
r base Contp It." J. A. Stephens arrived
4 : 0...,.. W Dads Cm*_ SIAS 1NnJ mE.uw
\ Jt1TN AMalNG SPGGD. oa the rooming train Thursday

y from Sparr, Fla. to. visit her

1 Everyone Else Had. brother, F. P. Gaboon, for a white.

Sleeves With her was Mr, Cabooo's,young-

t y xIi eat child Marion."
By Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick
-"Mrs. B. A. Ttbbits has taken
Ir Last spring when I went out o| k charge'of the .
r town I 1. new"children's hospital -
in Miami, formerly the Edith
I wore my old blue linen town', !I Cav.1l,'and has selected Mrs. Nellie

, Mr old white hat with rounded Moser as her assistant. . ."

crownAnd -- : -"The. funeral services for Herbert -

everyone else had ileevei.Mf Mobley, the fouryearoldson

of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mobleyof
; skirt was far too long and Goulds, were held at their home

wide last Saturday. The service were

But even then It did not hide conducted by Rev. C. M. White of

My cheap white shoes I can't. .- Homestead'. ." -

bide -'I0.. long was rustic to

.; And everyone elM had ileeve Miami Wednesday afternoon being'
in rather critical conditon. He I is
t Ai I walked that air conditioned r sufferng from appendicitis."

1 aisle,, -"The School Improvement Association

It teemed to me It was I mile, (Redland Farm Life
School) has reorganized for
a newyear's
I did not'want a pitying smile
'- work, with the following
And everyone elM, had sleeves.At .
patrons as officers: president, Mrs.

first 'my face got red with W. H. Cauley; vice-president, W.,
shame, I I O. Talbott; treasurer, H. R. Core;

And then I thought, "Why be the'' secretary, Mrs. E. C. Waver ."
lame? I "Wednesday the high school

Monotony It very tame" j (Homestead High School) organUd -

And everyone else had tleeves. t ", two literary societies and
t. a.,, :+lfi' ..... proceeded with the election of of
> ,
; tC'.. ficers. Officers elected were:
An Unbroken Friendship ,.J one branch: president. Esther Livingston -

' t .... ... I ; vice-president, Henry
; By Annie
Marhenr Fitzpatrick
Brooker, Jr:; secretary-treasurer,
An unbroken friendship Is rarer, Exhibiting all the colors of the rainbow, The most remarkable characteristic of Avylee Howard. Of the other

; I've read the little DONAX or WEDGE SHELLS, 'the BANYAN TREE, found in various sec. I i branch: president, Rollins Chamj -

L Than aught else In lite, than perfection daintiest of all bivalves, greatly resemble tions of Florida is its amazing methodof j,bliss; vice-president, Vivian Free;

t r it'i said.I brilliant jewel in the Florida Band where throwing out supports from Its branches j secretary-treasurer: Dorothy Tow.er"A" .
I It
thrives not on promises, carelessly -
broken they are found by the millions. They are which, upon reaching the ground take
,. The of III endless joy to the collector who may root and extend other branches: in their I I beautiful miscellaneous
giving of its
gifts
Is no token. strength make of them many kinds of attractive turn. In this manner the tree spreads over '(shower was given at the home of

,, But deeds that are thoughtful and articles such as gay shell flowers or exquisite a great surface and endures for many ages. Mrs. C. V. Barnes, Wednesday
I from 3 to 5 m. In honor of Miss
p.
+ words that are kind portieres. Both are favorites among One famous banyan has been known to

Are the most potent factors a the .jurists.- Florida, the ticnax has cover enough ground to shelter 7,000 men. Edith be of Neitz Mr. Ben who Is the bride-to-Those

t friendship to bind.Birthday become famous as the basis of a most This tree is of the fig genus. Biggers.
.' present were: Mrs. E. B. Armstrong
,
bll"ln..a
'an..n.
W.'. Mrs. D. C. Barnes, Mrs.

of Navy John Anderson, Mrs. G. D. Camber
-, 'M"I CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY REGARDING Mrs. F. E. Terrell., Mrs. S S.

The' date Oct. 27 on which l BEVERAGE ALCOHOLBy Dickenson, Mrs. A. R. Pratt, Miss.
Congress In 4773 acted to ettablsh Josephine Pratt Mrs. L. B": Candy,

our Navy, If celebrated annually' Eiwta Miner go to the uplifting Psalms and to'loin. G. P. Wright Mrs: 'W.: A.I ,
u Navy Day. The ot'! COMMENTBy I I King Mrs. J. H. Barnes. Mrs. O.
"God Bless America" Is the popular .:
Navy tribute Day to are the to pay a deserved,! AGNEW WCISBKHMrl song and prayer of Americans artificial i 1 D. Taylor, Mrs. Sam McKinatry

the splendid service today. Yet if certain degrading them up high, that it may cast Mrs. Joe Burton, Mrs. M. P. Wai-
In
men the navy hive rendered influences are not arrested and them down the harder. lam, Mrs. Mary Brothers,' Mrs. S.

and In making to better and inform keeping the us American a nation I MMMM M Hotel-O.MMM.Mr. w.ba."Masseuses vhrtkOTUMT moral degradation not checked by Taxing Vice A.. King, Mrs. Neva Cooper, Mrs.

people of what our navy Is and wit' fct Wo ...._a.rs.wt. A..w...N_wrta.es.... history spiritual, America revival In not the be light worth bt The paramount excuse for open (Continued on Page Five)
does for them. When originally I __ Ie ._ ....... may sale of strong drink Is that it Is ,
chosen, October 27 marked not saving. I I taxed and funds go for educationand Children in
One of the stock replies many Court
only one of the mow Important Our moral are undermined by' other civic causes. Perhapsthis
dates in U. & Naval history but"I Floridians throw at an "outlander"who "moderns" who consider It old- Imaginary situation will illustrate ' By Judge Maleohn Batflelal
also the birth date of Theodore4m' dares offer a criticism en any fashioned to exercise temperance, the folly of such reasoning.
existing condition,, I II this: "If youdon't
Roosevelt whose I fe was devoted I( chastity and purity. God has preserved Suppose a man wants to demonstrate
to furthering a sound naval policy like It why don't you" go our nation as long as he his patriotism and sacrificial SOFHISrriCATIONSophistication
for the United SUtes. I back where you came from? This has because of the righteousnessin spirit Since liquors are is perhaps one of
insult cost one Dade County minor It. Yet If the wickedness continues taxed for educational purposes, he the most expensive words In 'our
1 official his Job recently. Let this
to Increase and the that language. Sudden
righteousness reasons by drinking he is sophistication
There 1s Joy In work. The object'of !;)good work, go.on.; be diminished our spiritual supporting a worthy cause. Thento proved to be a folly In the guise

living li work, experience, hap-.'1 level will be about the same go further, he drinks himselfto of wisdom to a young soothes who
pines Some of the Washington news!I as that of Rome during her days deathmartyr to the worth had left a sheltered home,"
Nothing is particularly hard I hawks Interpreted recent remarksof
If;
of decay from within. cause of education) Such logic Is' Thrown into a new mad whirl
you divide It Into small Job*. :< Mrs. F. D. R. to mean t confirmation -
Today millions and billions are utterly foolish. Yet we place I of life, she coon learned that the
The question "Who I of rumor (a
ought to bed a previous
I being spent on defense from a possible I premium on vice. Is that almostSn voice of the world, which always
boss Is like "Who sort of trial balloon that the '
asking oughtto > )
Invader from without. But !: the same level as Cuba, 9JtIlchencoura employs beguiling rhetoric for Ha
be the tenor In President would leek 8 fourth
the quartet? ;how about the invader from within ,.. gambling by financing seductive purposes, ,called on her
Obviously the 'term, And would Eleanor be mad I'
man who. can ling ? We are already Invaded! the government,b, national lottery to change her philosophy: It the
tenor Henry Ford. I If he were elected.
Some who are ardent patriots regarding ? |did not want to be a wall flower.
I national defense In arms Invasion of Society I I|I She observed that many sophls-
Madame Rumor that old
gossipy
Every day .Is Individual, a new))''dame and munitions are not concerned I No society. Is made better by Its tlcated young women threw their
I Ia quoted saying that
M
'. opportunity for success or for about the spiritual defense. Our I drunkards They are a disgraceto caresses around like election clr-
Cliff Reeder .it Miami will
Mayor ,
: failure. It we try to think of It. Golden Text bears careful consid the Image of God that they bear culars. on the streets, discardingold
like this we shall find each day go after Congressman Pat Cannon' eration. "Righteousness exalteth and a shame to the society In fashioned reticences and safs

r holds a new Interest-CrenvllloKlelser Job, come next primary. a nation; but sin 1 II a reproach to which they rooToday In fashlonabl guards. Not wishing to be out-

t i Clifford I* quit. .some. go-getter. any-people." [ society or in the socially done, soon began to cater to the
i Invasion .( AkwehoUe Idolatry lower circles of'the modern salt wishes of the American youth who

The world Is progressing! crawfish I Does it not make your heartburn oon or the roadhouse, one who. urged her to "limber up her con
The BEST reformer the world
; fashion when front scats at : to read of the pagan revival 1 abstains is often out of place. Thei science; and drink and smoke and
has those who
ever teen are com- a prize fight cost $30 $and :you In Germany Yet we need not I i world expect Christians to confonn keep late hours unchaperoned."
o mence on themselves.-Shaw.t ;,can't give them away at a church i to Its I She
cross the ocean to see paganism i i degrading; standards, had formerly observed law
) "M'ice. and when a Miami woman Multitudes are worshipping Alcoholic i and feels offended it Wedo not Indulge .of health, enjoyed a wholesome
:\ the half-e,ay point of a. nit:gave her child poison so she could Drink m their god. Many with them. Drink:, like til life! her new found sophistication

b ton,il total ty contest, bused on each attend the picture shows. Jack go to It, rather than the Holy other sin, is no respecter of persons. prompted her to cast aside good
Hundred million mites of travel, Bell describes a yelling mob of ten Spirit ai their Comforter. When habits. As a result she discoveredh

t Florida's fatalities were given as thousand people in a frenzy of en. weary and heavy laden rather It has ever been thus. that she had cone acted a highly
27 *. Oklahoma was low with 13.? 'thuslastn (mob psychology) M a than come to the Saviour, they describes in eloquent word power> contagious social disease 'The

1 and Rhode Island high with 38.2. I man rode around a circus ring ona go to their strong ttrnk.: When the linking demoralization of social companions who had been the

Ilfiridi showed a 248 per cent I whit noise. Waa it the President they need an inspiration, rescuing banquet or parties at which first to acclaim her a "real! pal"

reduction this year over the past) of the U. S. or of a great from the depths of sorrow, remorse alcohol i* consumed :n such quan- now deserted her without the least

three-year record. i (Continued on Page Five) or gloomy moodi do the.I.Jo (Continued on Page rive) hesitation.r .



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24,1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADBR-ENTERPRISE Pace Fire
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t,*,. r "'Ii' ... "fI : '* '*, I.Tesularoviater.idiots.""* heft.'1It.1'WDI..t.i IMBMV via
CURRENT t a little earlier this year surprint the stork route."
OUR BOYS IN SERVICE all by arriving Saturday Their '"Born to Mr. and Mrs Ben

COMMENT : son HoracVand ht, bride. 4 111 bedowtslater.R 8. Fm at their'. horn to Key Wert
(Florida City last Friday a 1 m pound boy/
.- 011 I'm 31ChIS. 1- I
... 01 I -"The Cohernour family got _"[". S. Mowry, 3rd, wno :ar-
I Continued from Page Four) back front' their trip to Vest Virginia rived Monday at the home of US.
Turner, Jr., in Navy Ralph Fletcher Wins university, a scientist, a poet a I on Monday night . '.",I' .'Mowry, Jr, to the 27th number

rAt Mobile, Has a Visitor Honor in ManeuversRalph I patriot or a philanthropist? No -"Mr. 'Hole and daughter arrived ,'cf the family of which 'Ciran' ad'
Don inch; It WM merely plug- I Wednesday afternoon and Mowry, Sr. is the head."
Chas. G. Turner returned to ,L. Fletcher, son of Mr. ugly a hu-becn pugilist, name of are occupying their home (Flo-i I' -"Mr. and Mr Flak of Miami

Homestead Monday from Mobile. and Mrs. J. L. Fletcher Is now Dempsey. !rids City) 'visited with Dr. and Mrs Eckmana
.
:Ala, where his son, Chas., Jr., has private, first class, in the Intelligence few day last _k."
Will future wars be fought with Ort tt, 1921"Council
Homsetead
been stationed a* a member or that and communications division I -"B. L. Bigger of
electric bullets! ? The lance and :
Kelts of Florida City
Miami naval reserve unit since of Company D, 124th Infantry metIn regular session and Edith
last May 19. Charles, Jr., was spear the crots-bow, the battering on Monday night . Mayor ,,were united In matrimony at the
list Division at Camp Bland- ram, are museum object Artillery .
In Miami Fri-
,
King and church
given leave to spend two days in was present administered Episcopal
the company of his. father. ing. In the recent maneuver in hal been outmoded by the oath of office to F. P. day evening October U. at < o'
The Miami unit! Louisiana he was one of four in a I bombing plane; warships are pas Cahoon and R. E. Caves who have clock. Mr M. A. Brothers a
WM recently : Ted to the U.1 I company of 80 to win the honorwhich I te. If this California scientistsucceeds vacated by W. J. Tweedell, deceased sister of the groom and Mr. and
S. S. Crescent City: a 14,000-ton carries with it an In producng electric bul. and W. F. FVnntngton. re. Mrs. Wm. Myers were the attendants -
combat transport especially designed of pay from $30 to $38. left in war quantities the bombers signed Mr. Cahoon will have at the ceremony. Mrs.
for landing parties, Mr. His brother Jack, is on increa"l I will go Into the discard and charge of the fire department(Biggen had been In Florida City
Turner reports. The transport was, S. S. Tuscaloosa. no longer be a vehicle for human while Mr. Caves will be in chargeof since last year, visiting Mrs.

converted from a practically new, destruction. He gives their enengy street work. . ." I i Myers, a school friend where she
cargo ship D'Orlean en, Kathleen Wagner Rosemary as lilt hundred million electron -"Mr. and Mrs Howard Lamb she met Mr. Biggen. , The
Supplementing the Miami naval Hennlngton. Kathryn Levy Sarah volta-which sounds mighty pow. arrived Thursday morning from bride I* a native of Illinois, while

reserve unit in manning the Crescent -! Vlhlen Evelyn Gossman Marilou erful to us poor. laymen.. Wythesvllle. Va, where they have Mr. Bigger came here from Alabama -
City are naval reserve units Harris, Claudine Mobley Myra been spending the summer. How.' about five yean ago with
I
from Pittsburgh Dallas and Hous i Jane Bashor Gloria Sage Marion Both the DuPont and the Morgan ard I II planning to begin farming his parents, Mr. and Mr*. R. R.

ton. Young Turner is a seaman, Gossman Doris Bitting, Maxine interest arc trying to secure as soon a* water get down Bigger . ,"
second class Cash Anne Hathaway, Geraldine control of the Florida East Coast far enough :the glades.VMr. |, -"The school boys are Indebtedto !
Douberly, Miss Kerfoot, Mrs C. F. railway. The city of Miami Is
Mr. Turner went to Mobile Fri- C. Manley and Son. for the
and Mrs:N. M. Reser and
day after attending a luncheon In Hennington Mrs. A, L. Campbell, casting Its Influence to the Du- heJr daughter, Blanche to'j shower bath they have erected. at
Tallahassee to which Governor and Mrs. Harvey Gossman Ponta because of better hopes of arrive Saturday or Sunday are from ,the school house . ."

Holland had invited representative ..MINNINNN"NwNNNNNNNwNNMNNMLNNN11031ESTEAD. 'location.securing a new depot in a new Indianapolis, Ind. They will winter -"The senior class of the Homestead -
I
governmental and educational: 4-H CLUBBy I iAn with Mr. and Mrs. John Booth. High School held s meetingon
hfficlals for a discussion of the Eileen Fay AmelrcanLegion Mr*. Booth It..a daughter of Mfr1.and I October 13, Miss Dorothy Tow.
necessity of reducing millage rates I i magazine Mrs Reser." er presided as president from the
story says that Cleveland la a j
under the new method of .
assessing I Junior class of last year. The following
property at 100 per cent valu- The 4-H Club this week mad good town to "stay away from- "Mrs. Henry Pridgcn of Miami officers were elected: Miss
ation. Mr. Turner represented the plans for a Halloween party. It if you are a criminal" as its detective ,Is spending a few days with
Dade County Board of Public Instruction Is to ,be held in the city park force always get Its man. her sister, Mrs. R. E Edwards." ,'Dorothy Chambllss Tower. president; Miss
,
of which he Is chairman. Monday Oct 27 at 7 o'clock. I That's too bad for us, for the -"A footstool -ha* been pro. : ino :, secretatf-treas.; : ::

Own."....."'?".............,........."."..."..?."". The club welcomed four new crooks all know) the routes to vided In tha lobby of the post- urer and reporter . The senior
Miami-and the "ropes" when, office for the convenience of
members: Tlnky Shelly, Charlotte they those class this Is composed of the
Homestead Girl year
ScoutsBy Wriker: Katerlne Kelly, and get there. ''I'lwse boxes are too h'gh for convenience ,
students Dorothy Tu ;rr
following ;
BETTY GATLIV. Scribe . , ."
Grietjt Terburg. Nadine Chambllss, Esther Lt\: :1..'
MNNNIIIIINNNMNINNNNNYNNNNwNN11NYInstead Young Harriman told the truth -"E. P. LIvermore: has been laid stun, Virginia Cameron, M, UieGllmer
of the regular meeting CIVICtitles i when he said that every nun who ''i..up tills week suffering from blood Vivian Free Rollin C m-
Tuesday, the troop had a Hallow ,expects to succeed must give an poisoning in his arm. A neglected bliss, Tom Theu. Willard Sey,
een party at the home of Mr,. as to drug men and women honest return for the other man'sdollar I scratch became Infected. . ." John Becker and Cut TVec II,
Barnes from 7 till 10 o'clock. A down toward the beast level. I was doing that once and I(, -"Edwin Law'ience has been Tom Theus, aerv proert ue

prize was given to Catherine I Ilrlplns Moral Cripple ,I darned if they didn't cut my wages j very sick this week and was ..reat.ly student having Joined ug Hands "

Shackelford for keeping her Identity I| Those who are a slave of their along with the rest but I kept I missed by those who were accustomed -"Mr. and Mrs, C C C PC,
unknown the longest. Sev- {appetites are moral cripple. on trying to do. my best I to 'meeting him aroundhis regular winter visitors aree:
eral games were played. Refresh Christians should try to help these' wIn loss father's place of business again from Omaha, Neb otvy:
inent were served afterwards. I 1913 the U. S, the largest
helpless souls.] One way in which I II
Palm avenue"
I.
"Henry Freeman now a rei ing their cottage on
Thos present were: Mrs. Frank holder of gold in the world with
this can be done is to remove the
I of Miami Florida )
dent reports the arrival ( City
Skill captain Mrs. Barnes. Jolyne ,temptations from them as far as J23 per cent of it The advance I.
Mock Barbara Wakefield, Barbara 1 Ia possible. If we could keep them :made seven years ago by the federal -.
Home Joy Peters, Sally Sober I|from falling for a period of time,[ government In the price ,of ,
Connie Campbell. Catherine :they might grow sufficiently .,gold bullion gradually moved our
Shackleford, Ardel Parman, Barbara -,strong to stand without help. So:!folding to its present status, nearly i
Miller, Anne Rheney Kath- whenever possible Christians, 90 per cent of the worlds sup-
erine Kelly, Mary C. Sober Betty ,I should try to forbid the deceptions ply. What will we do with It? e 1
Gatlin, Margaret Barnes, Margaretand of well-planned liquor advertisements I;You figure out that one. I f

Betty Stillman, Patty Robinson and open stores and bars I.NMLNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN.NNMNN.MNMr !
Ruth Rutland and Betty and The ultimate and only really I
20 YEARS AGO j
Ruth Byrum.JvTfTf'yftffffTTffftfTTTT. successful cure is education. Secular .

education has proved inade. ..,......
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Redland Girl ScoutsBy quate. Bible education must (Continued From Page Four) I
strengthen the moral stamina and Black finish. Low mileage. Good rubber.
Rosemary Hennlnftoa R. R. Biggen, Mrs. C. V.
............................................. spiritual resistance of the IndividuaL Mrs. Barnes
Then If surrounded by Will Myers and Mint Edith 1939 FORD V-8 COUPE-DeLUXE MODEL-

The Girl Scout of Redland temptations he will have no desire Neiti. Black finish. Seat
covers.
School at their weekly meeting ( to yield. If you really want -"Mr. and ""fra. H. F. Fatter

the school auditorium on Tuesday ,Ito make the community a better 1937 CHEVROLET TUDOR-MASTER MODEL
afternoon welcomed three new place, instill Into the minds of
members into the troop, Geraldine children and adults the teachingof I Black finish. Four new) recap tire

Douberly Maxine Cash and Anne 1 the Bible against sin in every Mechanically good.
Hathaway. We helped these new form. That alone will solve this I
members to learn the laws and problem to the satisfaction of man 1936 PONTiAC TUDOR S1X-CYLINDER

other Tenderfoot requirements. and God. I A Grey finish. Front seat covers. Clean.
Miss Kerfoot'and Mrs. A. Lr COME TO SUNDAY SCHOOL
Campbell taubtII two songs, SUNDAY I Mans 1935 PONTIAC FORDOR SIX-CYLINDER
'"Above the Plains" and "The
Reconditioned motor. Unusually clean.,
Keeper." We then discussed plans NOTICE HAMS UNPER LAW FICTITIOUS I asa

for the annual Redland Halloween NOTICB: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the His i 1935 FORD COUPE-New blue paint. Seat
carnival. a..aa"d. _lrI.. a .ese" I. .._
Then .nfar the fMftJoia .... *f SMITH. coven. '
took
in
everyone part
GRAVES rURNITCRC COhlM4 to
ipttler-painting, after which we _....* th* ..... Mm* with th* Chit tlUM SpineWHEBE
closed the meeting with the sing. CIr d* Court a> Did C.*...... flncMi
ORIN I: SMITH
Ing of Taps". JOHN ft. CRAVE Bird Chevrolet Co.
Ice cream was served by the I KM. IS. IT. U. SI. 1M1) + STRENGTH STARTS:

hostess Miss Kerfoot OMss4 CbmrreJet Dealer an Fiends Baal CaaTekphmt
Those present were: Marie Rog- WANT ADS PAY Strength and health are Inseparables. Vo aeetesd. n-w. 1$
The first depend on the I
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one to health. The famous Chiro- STOUT or in

like Tropical Cafe for practic Adjustments, which so
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many have told you to much about There b all the charm of
its tasty food,'its pleasant at- o enthusiastically, will help you; famous Colonial artistry In our

Do in too. Mill Work designed In the Early
. mosphere. come soon. HOCKS D 4 American motif Doorway

i Units, for Instance. Or quaint
: Tropical Cafe: I I ':!. .. It: lie 4.M: to STuesdays Window Sash. China and Linen; ,

". I : .:SI to It; S U .J. Closet design we show are
thastely charming. It you would
e I Baadays br Appointment Ef trmanently beautify your
I Home without extravaganceMV --
Dinners We 1.ealartiag I a Mill Work talk with u>>!

II taW t66e IDr. R. J. Elliott

paths McCrtry Arcade BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC.

I rhcM 361WIIOJgt6TirAD Lumber Hardware, Sash Deon. ToolsHOMESTEAD.

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'. 'hJII..{ aalakf, tJldtVle infant I.. rMOlha..ltdtata'IG;, OOt}+y. a:idle itbak4.4* Mng"101" ookif10& lcoq&.-m;

; I dogJ>tr"Born to her tort week + to the clerk of a Waterbury:piperover .
: at UM boapltal: wit be returned to Mr. and Mr* Norman Satin and the telephone he liked:
JlroundHomestead
and .
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In their home at Iilamorada today. two children moved to Homeitead "How much wH| that be?*
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1 i Monday. A' Sixty cento," VIe' clarified
FLORIDA CITY 1I 1---- clerk repUed.Thea"dlnc.
: t By Mn. W. W. severs I Helen Schroeder suffered a dislocated ding, ding."
shoulder last week whileat
The clerk vas puzzled until the
\ play. voice at the other end said:
Mn. S. S. Shield I II confinedto I .
i "' - --, II "O. K. There It 1* I Just
o Mn. A. A. Koeitllne of Bartow lBnnnon and Mn. and Mrs. Harvey her home by illness this week. ,I For Telephone Company dropped It In the coin box."-Editor -
U visiting Mr. and Mn. Dan William \" Strickland. After an unidentified advertiser & Publisher
Mn W r. A. Robertson Is vlilting -
; and other friend In Home- her mother In Cleveland. . . . . . . . . . . . .
ttead. I Mr. and Mn. M. M. Ramsey en- -
tertained at their home In Red- Mri. J. W. Miller left Wednesday -
Mr W. HutchJnion. her FOURTH ANNUAL
A. IOn land Tuesday Mr. and Mn. W S. for a visit with her aon-ln-law
,P Billy, and her niece. Mary Ann I Ramsey of Anderson, S. C. Mr. and daughter, Mr. and Mn. H.: .
\, Hutchinson of Coral Cabin, pent and Mn. H. J. Ramsey and Mn. Pierce and their daughter, Reba,
IOn the In week-end tndlantown.with Mr. HuUfiln- ,M. E. Johnson: all of Miami. In Orlando. : Junior Woman's Club Cabaret

:, .
Mn. Alma Doxiee and daughter
Min Mary Bradley underwentan Mr. and Mn. Frank M. Kent, NOV. 29 1941
I Shirley, have moved to South
their and ,
daughter granddaughter
r I operation for acute appendicltlt Miami for the winter. Little Joanne
Mrs. Loll Kent and Norma Ann
Sunday In the James Archer
\ Smith Hospital Kent, and Mr. Kent'a parent, Mr. Doxiee remained at the homeof Redland District Chamber of Commerce Bldr.I .
) Mn. R. E. Scott to attend the
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andMn. M. W. Kent all of Cedar
Florida City school,
Mn. J. A. Hooks, her daughter Rapid Iowa, have moved to their 1Mrs. I
t and granddaughter, Mn. Virginia I new homes on Naranja road aftera :" DOORS OPEN 10:01 ORCHESTRA BEGINS
and Mr. John Bonana of 11:3 INTERMISSION U.OO FLOOR SHOW
Walton and Patricia Walton and short visit at the home of Mr< I
Joe Frazirur pent the week-end and Mn. J. F. Hammett. Both I Central Valley N. Y. arrived Sunday I.Ot: EVERYBODY GOES HOMETICKETS'
visiting Mr. Hook In Eau Callie.Mn. Frank M. Kent and M. W Kent for the winter. They are living -
: are retired furniture dealen. j I In one of the Tomaul cottages AND RESERVATIONSA

W. E. Rhenejr left on Avenue B. chart te Male has been drawn of the Chamber of Commerce
for Jacksonville to be sunda'j S. H. Fitch underwent an operation -
Building with table set up for parties of I-S..I-n.
mother, Mr. W. P. In the Kendall hospital Tuea.I I Mr. and Mn. R. Abbondola and
afternoon. There will be II RINGSIDE TABLES, each Mating S ONLY
lalllMn. day daughter of New York City arrived
I Sunday. and RINGSIDE TABLES each letting IS ONLY (no moreno -
G. C. Ledlow of Fort Pierce Mn. Frank Morris returned leu). Other table In the aeeond and third rows will teat
arrived Tuesday to peed several Wednesday night from a. three- I I Captain and Mn. J. C. Watsonof four six and eight pcnon
day visiting Mr. and Mri. Henry day state convention of hairdressers Chicago arrived Saturday to Any person desiring to reserve a table taunt make the also
Brooker, Jr, and Mri. B. H. Ed- In Tampa.Mr. I!operate the fishing camp at Shark of his party agree with the seating of the table at Ml up In the
wards. River. CHART. AND ALL RESERVATIONS MUST BE PAID FOR
and Mn. A. Parker arrived I IN ADVANCE.
Sunday from Cullman, Ala., to I
t Recent visitors at the home of
Mn. Joe Gollettischeck returnedto
spend the winter farming South Ticket will be on tale from Nov. 10th to NOT 29th except
Mr. and Mri. J. Lawrence Scott
her home from
Allapattah Garden I Saturday the Sunday, In two locations
were Mri. Lloyd Sexton. Mn. Old Kendall hoipital.
DeiRocher and Mrs Walter Benton 1. Mr*. Roberta Harrison will have CHART and TICKETS:
I all of Miami. HOSPITAL NEWS I I Mr. and M-R. B. Chandlerand at the Chamber of Commerce Building every night from 7:301to

Lewis Vrana of Redland whOM daughter, Wanda, moved to 9:SO.t. .
Hardman Shuman returned yesterday knee was Injured when a t're: he I'Homestead Saturday. Mr*. Fielding Raft will have CHART and TICKETSat
1.1 J from Stateiboro, Ga. to wa pumping blew out on Friday the McCrory Arcade every day from 1-11 a. m. and 1-' p. m.
South Allapattah Gardens where wa taken to the James Archer 1 I Bunny Hunter of Coral Gables
he will farm this winter. Come and See the
Smith Hospital for treatment. pent the week-end with his Early Seating Arrangement
Lonnie Gay of Homestead ''is/| I For Yourself
Mn. Brooks Waters has returned getting treatment at the hospital: )
t J' to her home In Stateiboro, For minor injuries received I while I 1 Price, per person $1.50
Gi., after visiting her oni-ln-law at work at the pipe treatment I] w'w:

and daughter, Mr. and Mr(. Adam plant : . . . . . ._.-
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: Your Needs for the Season





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


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

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

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

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

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

Sulphate of Ammonia is now on the government
Our fall supply I of Tomato Seeds is on
priorities list and the supply will be
hand and ready for the
also
A'rower.Ve
,limited to what the government does not use
have a supply of Insecticides. Copper Sulphate
for defense
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purposes.
. will be scarce as 90 per cent of the copper '

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


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', ,-.'".;. Where IOCCAMATION** Monday, Oct. JT, '


. annual U41, ha observance been set:aside of for navy the i' jStcj:: : : : : 11



...... .called Day, when upon all to American give thought are i


to the importance: of a strong I

-, navy to the continued peace: .
.4: . and welfare of the United What happen if t tailor in the I per hour and carry Iwo or more ;

*'. ". andy U S. Navy get sick torpedo tubes, depth charge, '
State; smoke-acreen apparatus, and rap.
Whereat, the pretent world I There I* a dispensary at every I Id fir anti-aircraft I gun These .

:", upheaval ha resulted In the Station manned by medical officer boat have not yet been Incorporated .

.ite-)* necessity for ships of our navy I who give complete and efficient I Into the fighting fleet In any i

'f'"** to patrol both the Pacific and aid to anyone who 1 Is feeling 111I great number. t

.'" the Atlantic to prevent the a\'llll.1
Does a bluejacket have to pay 1
t."M there any Insurance
dictators of Europe from encroaching -
food md board of
for his
own out s
I able to tailor\ In the United State:
; upon.our freedom, this navy pay?
si. 1e Navy
':*/ proving that the navy I II our A me Yes government Insurance policies I No The government give you \

:*" first line of defense, I up to $10000 are available to excellent food and board free

":' Therefore do I, as mayor of I enlisted men. I I : !
1 How did term "cut of hisjib"
the City of Homestead florida .:
"I' '* How doe the U. S. Navy and originate'In
call the citizen of
upon the day of sailing vessels, .
Naval Reserve decide what
,w::k the community to honor our type nationalities of boats could be distinguished
I of work a recruit 1 Is best fitted
navy In their thought on for' by their Jibs (type of

'.V, Navy Day, Oct. 27, and to do ".tefon being assigned to duties, 1.11). A Spanish ship had no jib
andFrench
English ships had one Jib
"' everything in their power to recruit are given the O'Rourke ship usually two. Thephl'lllt'

a ,. advance the growth and ef. I classification. test which reveals was laxly used to apply to
*.t. fectivenet of this branch of their Individual talent, I
g men and gradually came Into general
-, the country1 armed service I

;l.t.; T. J. HARRIS I Who are the staff officer In the: usage

t Mayor, City of Homestead 1|U. S. Navy?
y: I If I Join the U, S. Navy will t
.................................v There are four staff officer corps have to buy my own uniform
''In the navy. They are: medical :
out
No. You receive a complete
..> J SHIPS AND SAILORS officers, dental officers, supply of-I fit of uniform free when you enlist '

t:1i................................... (fleers and chaplains
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p The ships In Uncle Sam Is there such: thing shore
a*
\ \Mint Is the cost of torpedoesused
outfitted with 11-
are completely duty In the navy?
brll'lli which are supplied with by our navy?
Yes, but In moat Instances men
4 books by the bureau of navigaotion. Modern U S. Navy torpedoes
'i' are not assigned to shore duty unless
from JflOOO to $15000 each.
cost

.' '*lotted thirty. to About quarterly cruisers forty and to books lesser are ai.1 MOVIE STAR JOINS U. S. NAVY I I ',for six they years have-been In the service They are driven are 21 by Inches a mixture In diameter of compressed ,

*ben to the smaller vessel I, air and alcohol and carry
C What I I. the "Medal of Honor"that I up to (00 pounds of T N. T Their

i Is given to tailors In the I speeds :ary from 21: to 60 knot
\ During the past two decades,
IU. S. Navy'It and they travel from 8000 to
t service in the United States Navy I I II the highest individual 30,000 yards.
e hat been regarded a* a career In ,award an enlisted man can receive
l Itself More and more men each It Is awarded by the President .,
year are making It a lifetime vo. v of the United States to the III Join the naval reserve, how

cation probably due to the fact I man who. In action involving actual , lone must I serve?
4 that after retiring, an ex-service conflict with the enemy, dis.' Naval reservist serve for four
man gets his retirement pay regardless linguistics himself conspicuouslyby years Reservists will be returned
\ I i 110 civil life as soon a* possible
.. of any wages or income gallantry and Intrepidity at the
t'he in life after the national emergency I I.
may acquire private risk of his own life
-after: he leave the navy, over w that the term of active
N tr\' w service may be less than four
If I have some specialized train.
\ r .' Ice cream I I. the most popular year
|Ing must I serve as an apprentice
i\1 I dessert In the U. S. Navy. It I* to 1 seaman if I enlist In the U '
.. the sailorman of what offer retirementpay
today rum !Naval Reserve S'I Ones the navy
used to be of .
to the tailor yester.j No. Any man with '!\' ?
j,. j) ,day. {specialized training will be enlisted Yes, It Is possible for an enlisted
to receive as much a*
11 : In a special naval reserve man
ff The U. .S. Navy plant to In. J class and will receive petty offlceit -I$133,79 a month In retirement pay.

r crease its food purchases this year | rating and pay.
w In order to feed It* fast-growing
!.. fleet Purchase will probably bef' I A* It Seemed

( I';In excess of 523,000,000 pounds of I Do seamen In the U $. Naval 1 A woman while chopping
Reserve receive the tame pay asI
; ' lint grade foods. thoughtlessly picked up an umbrella -
I the seamen in the regular n8\'y'
/ Yes, the men In the Naval Reserve belonging to another woman
,i, The most popular In the It.
game I reserve the same pay, food and started to walk off with
\ United State Navy I is "ace-deuce", entertainment, free medical and The owner stopped her, and the
11/1 pronounced acey-deucy, t modified apologies, returned
other with many
?rental care, have the same opportunities ,
r form of backgammon Tournament article The Incident
,\ \ for advancement and for the
are often held and prize to remind her that they
; raining in skilled job as the lea.I served
awarded to the winner
umbrellas In her own
In the needed some
I I me regular navy
Eiulgn Watjiu Morris Seeks It'. two for her
Family, 'o she bought
Uncle Sam* sailors can always Morris recent of "I structloa from who Introduced I I! S, daughters and one tor hersVlf.
be sure pf receiving their full allotment Wayne Itar Nary pilots Does the sailor In the U.
of Wanted Wings,"became*member ot dive bombing,aircraft carrier Naval Reserve wear a different Later In the day, when she was
and
vitamin calories.
t, Meal rationed Uncle Sara Navy In May 1941, and catapult takeoffs to the rest of I unifrom from that worn by regular on her way home, -armed with
Ire In term of when he was appointed. to the rank the world.Also, then are opportunl- sailors three umbrellas, she happened to
.' food value a* well\ a* In terms of Ensign. time IB Naval Aviation for who navy directly opposite
man and saw
(f No, there U no difference In the glance up
),: of dollars and cent They are When asked what he thought of doa want to fly.They can be trained I uniform worn by the naval re her In the, car, the very
(" (Undoubtedly the beat fed sailors the United I State Navy.Morris said a* aviation machinists,metalsmlths, woman with whom she had had

",,.' .,In the world On one single bat. "I think every man who la consider. photographer,observers they can reg-ular the unfortunate experience In the
>; tie ship It cost $179,000 a year to Ing joining a military service should receive Instruction la many other The second woman
J feed them! look into the 'chance of a lifetime'which trade It's a gnat lit In the Navy.* I morning umbrella very
"' the Nary and NavalJW.rveof. Ensign Wayne Mom I II pictured What Ire P. T boats? 'stared at the three then,
and
t
: The sailors In; Uncle Sam's Navy fer to get Into the big-psy field of the her in hi* line of duty as a memberof I P T. designates the new type hard for several minutes she leaned
'i are sometimes called the "best be- future-aviation. la the Navy you the Naval Aviation Cadet Selection 1 motor torpedo boats built In three with I significant smile,
h haYed" sailor\ in the world. In can attend the finest flight training i Board at the Long Beach Naval I experimental sizes, It feet SI feet, forward and sold In an Icy tone:

;*, 1938, more than one-third of the schools In the world, sod receive loot Reserve Air B.... and 110 feet These boats are capable "I tee you have had I Standard.uccess-

men enrolled In the navy were of speed In excess of SO mile ful mornng"Christian_

'Ii, warded the good conduct medal the project that beginner are I[For example, I seaman awarded -

-J aught to turn out In the foundry' the Distinguished Service Medal, I II
Recruit In Uncle Sam' Navy and machine shop. It* made of Distinguished Flying Cross or Navy 1- Learn More About Life in the NavyWithout

learn the rudiments of soiling g scrap metal. Later it will be I Cross, receives $2 extra: a month,:
boat by actually navigating a ves- worked over Into I series of other gun captain receive $2 to $5 a any obligation on my part whatsoever, pleaae send
f tel under the watchful eye of instructors. Object and eventually melted and month extra; mail clerks, $10 to I on free booklet "Life In the Navy," giving fall detail about i

Experience has taught{the metal used gain by the next S30 a month extra: ; expert riflemen ,I UM opportunities for men In the Navy or Naval Imenre.
the navy that this I I. the fastest ''class
or expert pistol shots, $3
most ; Tear out and take or send this to
thorough method of teachingnew :I .tee mon I 'month, sharpshooter, $1; coupon

t men : One 6f tji* mostjfrequent instructions -, extra per month, diver $10 to'; LIEUT. W. J. SAWYER.
I a tailor la? Uncle.Sam '$20 extra each month, et cetera <
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"What, ort thing1 'do you !' Aqueduct Office, Seaboard Station,
receive I the command.
Navy *
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teach the recruit to make in the I Homestead
i Fla.
i "Write to :your parent often, at ,
U. S. Navy service schools?" asked I One of the most popular hobblesof
T! I visitor to the naval least once e week"In i tailor In the U. S Navy and
trainingstation 'Naval Reserve I Is that Of collecting\ Name _..._.___ ._. ...____Ai. ___.
at NOrfolk Va "Well, here
'. I* a sample of one of the IIIOItl. I I addition to the bile pay re. "coven" from the battleship that
... simple object," replied an officer celved by enlisted men In the U. 'maintain their own post office 1: Address. __.... ___ _"'___ .. .

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tny.IOn I II just an ordinary receive additional pay for certain j I regular department.to stamp col:I Two .-.- --..-- ___.__SUlt4I -- -.. .-

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,Pare Eight THE HOMESTEAD. LEADER..ENTERPRISE Friday,, October 24,194J,




I r r r r r Social Events '" in- South Dade . r .





I ,:: GAUZENS-AMES WEDDING TAKES PLACE MISS MART JANE TURNER JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB BUYS BLANKETS
WEDS RUDOLPH rOSFICUZL
( \ IN SAINT JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCHThe Miss Mary Jane Turner, daughter i FOR DEFENSE COUNCIL/S REST ROOMS

of P. T Turner of Redland, -
marriage of Milt Carlotta crepe ensemble with brown accessories and Rudolph Louis Potpichel, son Mn. Burley Dendy, chairman of
Fengar AIM. daughter of Mr. and and gardenia corsage. of Mr. and Mn. Steven L. Pospichel defense for the Junior Woman's
Mn. J:. A. Ames, and Joseph E. The maid of honor wore a gold of Marietta, 0., were married Club of Homestead, displayed at
Cauzens, Jr. con of Mr. and Mn. colored dress and blue accesaorlea In Florida City Community a dinner meeting of the club Mon.
J. E. Ciuzcnf, was solemnized In An informal reception at the Church Jriday evening at 7.41 day night at Tapawingo, fifteen
ti St. John'i Episcopal Church Saturday home of the brlde'i parents followed o'clock by the Rev. W. E. Rowell, dollars worth of part wool blanket
i afternoon at 4:30 o'clock In the ceremony. pastor of the church. purchased by the club for the
the presence of relatives and a The bride was born in Oulrlgua, Miss Alice Wysong of Redlandand Dade County Defense Council's
few friendi. The church was effectively Guatemala, and came to Florida in Harvey Newton of Longviewwere first aid stations.If .
decorated with white 1927. She was graduated from the attendants. Present also 44 ra anyone wishes to donate
gladioli and tuberoses. Redland High School. I ware the parents of the bridegroom blankets, whether cotton or wool
The marriage ceremony was The bridegroom, a native of St and the father of the bride. she may get in touch with Mrs.
performed by the Rev. Allen J.- Augustine, was graduated from The bride wore a navy blue A Herbert Turner, flnt aid chair-
cable of Miami Homestead High School and is street dress trimmed in white and man for the club, and the blankets
The bride was given In marriageby now connected with the FBI In : her accessories were of matchingblue. will be sent for and cleaned, announced
her father. Her litter, Miss Miami. : The maid of honor also Mn. Dendy.
Margaret Amei was maid of honor After a two-week wedding trip wore blue with blue accessories.The Mrs. James L. Bird, Un. Fletcher
and Robert Gauzens, brother of they will live In their new homeat I bride attended high school Bryant and Mn. Robert Glenn
the bridegroom, was beat man. 4351 S. W. Thirteenth tyace, In Redland. and the bridegroom 9 Jr. were hostesses at the meeting.
The bride was lovely In a rose Miami. high! school In Waterford, O. He Prize winners In bunco played
I It now a machine operator at the after the dinner were: Mrs. R. E.
UNIVERSITY CLUB IS ENTERTAINED aqueduct pipe treatment plant. Sherard, Mn. Bruce Ennli. Mn.
I They are living In the J. A. Stanley Wlttkop, Mrs. F. O.
BY MRS HINDMAN AND MRS REYNOLDSThree : Severy house on Fblm avenue In Plumber, Mn. T. J. Walker, Mn.
Florida City. Frank Bernecker Mn. Dexter

new members, Mrs. W. L. not attend are asked to notify one 1 Home, Mn. Virginia! Walton Mrs.
Sawyer. Mils Vlriglnla Frick and I of the hostesses, Mrs. E. H. Collier,1 1I MRS. ADRIAN: JACOBS GIVES Dendy and Miss Pearl Whitaker.
Miss Virginia Stewart, were added Mrs. Lee H. Lehman or Mri. E. BRIDGE-LUNCHEON PARTY Others present were: Mn. E. A.
to the roster of the University Gallaher, said the president. H'j Mn. Adrian Jacobs gave i a [Buchanan, Mrs. Ansel Barrow,
Club Wednesday evening I Halloween prizes were given luncheon party Wednesday afternoon Mn. Augustus Wynn, Mri. F B.
when Mrs. B. M. Hindman and the bingo games that followed the at Bamboo Tavern. The centerpiece 'I'Greene and Miss Geraldine Reitz.
of the table was an attractive .
session. < -
Mrs. Paul Reynolds entertainedthe short business
club at the Hindman home In, Halloween refreshments, dough I arrangement of pumpkin, SERVE BENEFIT SUPPER
Porvenlr. Miss Fern Robertson, nuts, candy and cocoa were pine cones and autumn leaves. I,TONIGHT IN REDLAND:
holder of the club'i scholarship, served by the hostesses. Bridge was played later In the I A covered dish benefit lupper
was a special guest Mrs. W.. R. I Present were: Mri. James L. afternoon at the Jacobs home. FIRST AID BLANKETS -1 for Redland W S. C. S. will be
r Bird, president presided. Bird, Mrs. Ceo. 1. Polk, Mri. Mri Jacobs' guests were: Mra.I I,held tonight in the Redland
Announcement was made that I Green Rives, Mri Geo. D. Rueh'e Frank Webb, Mn. Lee H. Lehman, Mn Burley Dendy, left and Woman's Club building at 6 0'-
MYl. Ruth L. Mrs. C. J. Parman, Mrs. Frank Mrs. Herbert Turner shown
all members of the club are Invited Mri. J. R. Rutland are '
i to attend the Nov. 10 meetingof I Scott, Mrs H. O. Thurman. Mrs. I Hausman, Mrs. A. A. Payne, !\fra.J. holding! blankets which the Junior I I Members oft'h. Y. W A. of the
the Monday Music Club at the, Hugo Vlhlen, Mn. Frank Webb, R. Brooks Mn. E. A. Ames, Woman's Club of Homestead Flnt Baptist Church of Homestead -
? home of Mri Keith Foulk when I I Mrs. Ben Archer, Mrs. W. R.Bird. ;Mri. Julian H. Webster' Mrs. Howard purchased to give to the Dade I who attended the annual
the Unrvtrsity Club under the I Mrs. Sawyer, Miss Robertson, Miss Johnson, Mn. J, Faust, County Defense Council for distribution 'young people's meeting In Central
chairmanship of Mrs Hindman I Josephine Cook, Miss Stewart, Mri. Jesse L. Faith Mrs. Walter to its first ad units. I I Baptist Church last night were
f and Mill Loll Behrens will provide -i Miss frick, Miss Behrens and the Weiss, Mrs Geo. N. Wakefleld. I Mrs.. Dendy Is defense chairman Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mn. J. Lee
the program. Those who can' hostesses. I Mn. Bevo Webb, Mn. W. L. Saw- and Mrs Turner la tnt: aid I I Smith, Mary Frangesitutland, Ann
yer and Mri. Goal M. Frick. chairman: of the club
Shackleford and Melba VanWinkle.
\ I M. ANDERSEN GIVE I - - - - - - "
1\ DR. AND MRS. E. (MISS LEOLA SHELLEY ...><.J<::: .

ILLUSTRATED TRAVEL TALK AT SUPPER I HONORED surprise ON birthday BIRTHDAYA party was I ..n 1 ...,. "' .... :.r,.. ."' (...cU !'1.


j Dr. and 114,.. E. M. Andersen i Mri. Ernest Wade and ion, Mr.1 given Leola Shelley Friday by evening her grandmother for Miss, i 'ask DRUG Howard
i DIXIE
and Mri. Hardeson and son, .
gave an interesting Illustrated Mn. Loren Roberta. Jolt Johnson
travel talk, much of It on the Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mn. Mn'l After an evening of games, Halloween
nIt
I Dane, Mn. Henry Carter, candy, cake and fruit and tillExtra
West at a covered-dish supper A. Waldln, Mrs. Anna !punch were served .o
meeting of the Womaa'i Club of smith, Mn. 'Clna Stewart. Mn. I Those who attended the party
> the Redlandi Friday evening. Dave Kufeldt, Betty and Margaret. were: Misses Myra and Mrie BelL
Present besides Dr. and Mn I Stillman and L. G. Rugglei. Misses Virginia and Katherene [ Our Ic SALE will I

Andersen were: the Rev. and Mn Mn. Stillman. safety chairman Kelly, Miss Dorothy Kuhn, Miss
Geo. E. Deuel. Mr. and Mri. F. W. spoke at the regular meeting of Janet Taylor Miss Geraldine Grit
fitfflman, Mr. and Mn. W. D. Marian the club on Tuesday fin Miss Catherine Rohrer, Misses tart Nov. 5. Bigger than everIf !
\ Mr. and Mn. E. A. Milfred and Warrens Severy, Miss
Mr. and Mn. E. A. Brannon'l Lillian Angelinl Miss Lavon
HOMESTEAD ,
W. S. C. S.
and Mn., If. A. Baker, Thompson, Miss Shirley Doxsee,
OBSERVES WEEK OF PRAYER Mils Maurlne Houston, Wade
RXDLAND W. L C. S FLANS 1 A morning, afternoon and evening Thompson, Lanier Whitehead, JOII are looking for values-and the chance to balance year
ALL-DAT MEETING service will be conducted by George Johns, Donald Houston, budget thai you'll want te attend this big sale now going en
'I the W. S. C. S. of at our store. It's a sale to boner those who have made arhieve-
the John
Homestead Louis Bob
A special all-day meeting to ob. Taylor Murray resent la the Acid f drug and drug store merchandising.There's
4 serve a week of prayer will be.Methodist Church next week to Krome Owen Gooding, Al Taylor, 11 romance and adventure In the drug store and there are values
held next Wednesday, members of observe a week of prayer. and Merle Caves. for you dunn, this ..I..
3 the Redland W. S. C. S. decidedat I Mrs. Goal Ranson will have
a meeting held Wednesday afternoon -charge of a service to be given I twill South Dade Garden Club
In Redland Community|) |I Wednesday, night at the regular hold its tint meeting this
Church. The meeting will be held prayer meeting hour. Mrs. Casper season on Monday, Nov. 3: at the
at the horn of Mrs. Frank Stilly [j Williams will conduct a program home of Mn. Annie R. Butler. 1Jr.M J t

man, and a covered dish luncheon Thursday morning In the I l
served. church and Mrs. T. A. Ferguson
Mrs. Geo. J:. Deuel gave a report -!ont on Thursday afternoon A I I I II" Beep'ag la stride with tile sweeping advances la atedklm dur-
on a district meeting held at covered dish luncheon will be ;V4 the put few,tan bas sees the development of the modem
Trinity Methodist Church in Miaml served. digs ttore. Yet la Rexall Stores the prescription department
t Saturday. Others who attended j i r A special offering will be is ..ri the isf ru. department of the ....... Only fresh, fall
were Mrs. Anna Messersmlth and for both the home and takeD. Most. tutorials are ..... Only capable, registered. pfcarnadst -
Mn. M. M. Ramsey.At mission Held de tile eea eiwdinf.And a deubleheck system tear.atoea .'
the next regular meetings, I I .......,. S remenbtrwhm the Recall
Nov. 11 at the home of Mrs. Deuel, ................,...,.......,.....................,...,,, I H Is a dependable*symbol. Help us honor you see National sign Pharmacy ef
a study course win be started. 1J I IWOcf Week.
Present were: Mn. M. A. Baker, CLASSES
THIS IS NATIONAL PHARMACY WEEK
Mn. Ernest L. Wade. Mrs. Ceo.
W. Turner Jr Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt T* Keep
Mrs. H. J. Armstrong.Mrs. Wide. ,
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Mrs. Stillman, Mrs. Metsenmlth.Mn. i .te. 1 1ace. SUMMER or WINTER tt++
Ramsey, Mrs. Deuel. Miss I i'
SIIVICIIS'YOUI.IOTICTION
OUR PRESCRIPTION
lot oUtari
Estelle Turner and Miss Jean

Moore. I W i d1wrmiqufJ I II Bring your preaariptloa to the Rexall

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Des selsea" sad fasiew die Se pa I
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ALL-DAT MEETING
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The Woman's of the I a 10 _
Auxiliary '- helped. *eeseds bap eIeft P N .
Homestead Presbyterian Church
will hold an all-day meeting Oct. AUme UTY Cream Made Fresh Daily
10 at the home of )In. A. F. Darling I "

In Naranja. A covered dish Dr. L. W. Stebbins . PARLORI in Our StoreMU
luncheon: will be served I 15-11 Nerve" .....a.ta. .
clock. Mrs. Geo. W. Turner. Jr.. 1U3 W. Flatter St. Mlaanl : .. -... O.a..Qa..aM I ITOlUrOB>U1tAU/CIlWAT
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PUBLIC IS INVITED TO CLOSING PARTY HALLOWEEN DANCE:
TO BE GIVEN OCT. tl
I OF BRIDGE TOURNAMENT IN CLUBHOUSE I
Committees from the Woman's

Social EventsPRINCIPAL Club of Homeatead are decoratingthe
I I.I i The University: Club't 'winners In the bridge party held Chamber of Commerce buildIng -

tournament will com to a Friday afternoon at the home of

Thursday evening when brldl'l Mrs. Green Rives. In preparation for the Halloween

.I Others playing were: Mrs. dance which the club will give
nerf of each group of pla Claude Campbell Mr*. A. M. Logan there tomorrow night under the

WAGNER TALKS TO B. P. W. C. compete for the grand prizes at Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mrs. chairmanship of Mrs. Russell An-

ON VITAL INSTITUTIONS IN DEMOCRACY I the final game In the Woman'i I Walter Weiss. Mrs. Paul Haley derson.

Club building at I o'clock. Mrs. Harold Kendall, Mrs. Ceo. M. Music will be furnished by the
Frick: and Mrs. Adrian Jacobs. Williams Novelty Orchestra from
"If I did not believe in church eminent and church that are vital The public U Invited to the tour. I Miami
Mrs. Chaa. Pratt and Carl Wag
doctrine I would still favor and factors In a democracy are thehome nament and table prizes will be Profits from the dance will be

support the churches because the the school and Industry, provided for players not In the ner the won group the that high met score Friday prize evening In used to finish paying for clubhouse

churches foster .morality. When aid Mr Wagner. If any. one In- contest I at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. roof repairs.GLEANERS .

morality Is not fostered-when jtitutlon Is given unlimited powerit The grand -prizes are defense ,Howard Johnson. The bit game

morality decays-civilization de.cI'I" is corruptible because human stamp books-one containing five :will be played tonight thehomeof APPOINT
of : dollars worth of stamps one, three NOMINATING
Carl Wagner, principal nature a corruptible ; Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. L. Polk In COMMITTEEA
Redland School told the Homestead Mr. Wagner was Introduced by dollars worth; and the other; two I Redland. nominating committee was

B. P, W. C. at iU meeting Mrs. E. A. Froscher, public affairs dollars worth. appointed at a meeting of the
Mr and Mrs.
Monday night in"the Chamber-of chairman and program chairman Mrs. James U Bird was made I Playing were: Gleaners of the First Baptist
,Clarence Gray, Mr. and Mrs. W!
Commerce building In a talk on"Strengthen for October. chairman of this final party by Church of Homestead Tuesday afternoon
D. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Wsgner
'Democracy In Our The club voted to serve as co- Mrs. B. M. Hindman, tournament Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Mrs. Ida Kch- at the home of Mrs .7.".
Community. hostess group at a district convention chairman to take the place of Mrs. 1 Roberts where Mrs. Roberts, Mrs.
enberger Mrs. Mie Campbell,
Other Institutions besides gov- to be held at Miami Battle R. J. Elliott who has been til M. A. Murphy and Mrs. Maurice
Mrs. D. M. McGah Mrs. Lawrence
Y.
Creek Sanitarium on Nov. .. Hostesses for [ Craft served
the evening are Mrs. Miss as hostesses. On the
Becker Virginia Frick
Limeade and wafers were served 1 I H. G. fhunnan and Mrs. Ivan committee are Mrs. Murphy Mrs.
I M Heel
Miss Ellen Huff :Us Pennington -
The Calendar by Mrs. Froscher who was assisted Moaer who have charge of refresh and J. A. Rotherham. Henry Olsen and Mrs. D. R. Sny-

by Mrs. Chss. W, .Camp. ments and Mrs. W. R. Bird, Mrs.

O..t 24-Meeting of Dade Coun- Present also were: Mrs. Elberta I I James L. Bird Mrs. J. R. Rutland I der.Mrs.. A. E. Smith, vice-president,
Buie Mrs. C. W. McEwen, Mrs. AD A8TRA TO BIND
Council of Legion Auxiliaries and Miss Margaret Ames who have presided and Mrs. Roberts conducted -
In ty 7ai ion HtU. James Elder, Ben Archer and B. charge, of the decorations I JELLY TO MASONIC HOME' the devotional part ot theprol1'.m.

B. Pullen, guests of the club, and Mr. and MI?. Bevo Webb woo Ad Aitra Chapter of the O. ELi .

..Oct. Afternoon group of the following members, Mrs, Her. high score prize in the team ,5. decided Friday to send a box Mrs. Dexter Home was prize

bridge tournament at home of bert Katz, Mrs. J. E. Gauzenk, I I I. that met Wednesday eve i of jellies to the Masonic home in winner in a quiz contest

Mrs. Green Rives Mrs. Charles Clinton. Mrs. Roy at the home of Mr. and Mrs.E. St. Petersburg, and members were The next meeting will be held

Oct 24--Mlxed group of bridge Chandler. Mrs. J. F. Hammett,I+I B. Blackburn. Mr. and Mrs. asked to bring their donations to Nov. U at the home of Mrs, Labon

tournament at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Archer, Mrs.: Green Rives, Walter Wei** won the second prise. she office of Mrs. A. R. Llvlntfstoiw Bishop, Jr it was announced.

George Polk. and Miss Ann Lee. Playing were: Mr. and, Mrs. Present were: Mrs. Claude

> Oct. 24-Work meeting of Homestead frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Plans were completed for the Chennlng. Mrs J. C. Davis, Mrs.S. .

Art Club In Chamber of, W. S. C. 8. CIRCLES MEET Anderson Mr and' Mrs. Lee H. next meeting, Nov. 7, when worthy L. West Mrs. Russell Home

Commerce at t a. m. : LIVINGSTON HOME Lehman. Mr and Mra. Raymond matrons, worthy patrons, associate Mrs. Geo. Gann Mrs. G. H. heater -
Ward Md and Mrs. Howard Lamb,I Mrs. Russell McGinnls. Mrs.
fAT matrons and patrons, conductressesand
Oct 24-Benefit supper of Red- for a fish fry to be given
II
Jtl. and Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mr. and associate conductresses of the Cordon Ivey, Mrs. Arthur French.
land W. S. C. S. In Woman's Club the municipal park by theWoman's
.,Mrs.. Weiss and Miss Bertha Hill district will be honored. Mn. A. A. Bussey, Mrs. W. W.
6 o'clock. of Christian Service
building at Society
HaUlman.I Allan. Mrs. Dexter Home
I Mrs.
of the Homestead Methodist The charier wait draped in memo
Oct .23-Halloween dance In \ I| Mrs. Henry Johnson got the Smith, Mrs. Snyder Mrs. Olsen,
Church were made at each of the ory of Mrs. J. E. Davis, a former
Commerce building.
Chamber of afternoon. high score prize and Mrs. C H.Steffan member of the chapter. Mrs. Bussey, Mrs. Bishop and the
circle meetings Tusday
I
Oct. 27-Opening meeting of !. the second prize In the hostesses.
Belle Bennett Circle and Harmony Present were: Mr. and Mrs. A.
Homestead Art Club at 3:30 o'- group that met Oct. 18 at the
Circle met at the home of R. Livingston Mr. and Mrs. A. R. VTttV
clock at home of Mrs. Frank Webb. home of Mrs.'Frank Hausman.
Mrs. S. E. Livingston with Mrs. Meybem Mrs. Gussie Joiner, Mrs
Oct. 28-Ladlea' night at Lions At the close of the bridge period BOTTLED GAS
Livingston and her daughter, Miss I Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mrs. Lloyd
Club. Mrs. A. A. Payne poured coffee
Helen hostesses. Deltz. Mrs. Robert Katz, Mrs. J.
of as The Quickest: War I* Osokvntcn.
Oct. 29-All': day meeting and Mrs. C. J. Pannan poured tea.
Mrs. Geo. Ranson conducted the A. Daugherty. Mrs. J. W. English,
Redland W. S. C. S. at home of Mrs. Frank L. Skill Mrs. Frank .
I D. LYON I
jJevotionala for both circles. Harmony Mrs. Sam J. Davis. Misses Helen I
Mrs. Frank SUUman. Webb and Mrs. C. Hagler Rice
I Phone Mt-J Op.. CltHall
Circle held a business meetIng and Esther Livingston and Miss
Oct 28-Social meeting of also assisted the hostess In serving
on the lawn while the Belle Allot Macomber. ''AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
) Homestead Woman's Club In club Nlrt.hmenta.I .
Bennett Circle met In the house.Home .
house. I Present were: Mrs. Ted Stadlg
) made ice cream and cake
Oct SO Bridge tournament finals .I Mrs. A. L. Lanier Mrs. W. J.
served.
I at Woman' Club building. were Members of Belle Bennett Circle 1 Clark, Mrs. Auburn Dellinger Mrs.

) Oct 30--Homestead W. S. C. S., I, Russell Home, Mrs. W. R. Andes s
[present were: Mrs. C. D. Eaker,
Mrs. Steffani.( Mrs. Skill. Mrs.
) day of prayer program. Mra. R M. Gibbs Mrs. Vlvan son e
) Oct 30-All-day meeting of /Booth. Mrs. Selma Reitz Mrs. Payne, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Webb,
of Mrs. Rice and Mrs. Hausman.
Presbyterian Auxiliary at home I
E. S.
) Chester Brown, Mrs. Cap-
Mrs. A. F. Darling in Naranja. linger Mrs. R. A. Ferguson, Mrs. Four players of the men's group'
) Oct 31-Annual Halloween car Lewis Brandenburg Mrs. Harry who will compete in the tournament
are Julian H. Webster, Bevo
) nival at Redland School. Pierce and Lois Brown.
) Oct. 11-Meeting of Redland Those from Harmony Circle Webb, Dr. A. M. Logan and Howard

Home Demonstration Club at 11 JO Lamb.
) who attended were: Mrs. John G.
The third for the man'sgroup
game
o'clock. Williams, Mrs. J. L. Ballard, Mrs.
Nov. I-Business meeting of B. Dan Williams Mrs. Geo. Ranson, : was played Monday nightat I
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
P. W. C.Nov. .
Mrs. H. L. Brown. Mn. C. A. Wil.
3-Business meeting of Manse, Mrs. L. D. Wyman, Mrs. Bird. Mr. Webster was high scoreprize :
winner and Mr. Webb, SMALL- W
'Junior Woman's Club. second Convenient
Dexter Smith. Mrs, A. S. Moye }
prize winner.
Nov. Electionmeeting of
Mrs. S. F. Matthews and two visitors
Homestead Band Patrons at 7:30: In Mrs S. L. Kendrick and Others playing Monday eveningwere
music : R. H. Done, Stanley Witt-
room. Mrs. A. A. Koestline of Bartow.
Nov.: S Meeting of Legion Auxiliary Members of Marian Deltas Circle kop Geo. N. Wakefield. Ceo. M.
Frick J. R. Brooks, C. J. Ferman,
;
hemmed twenty diapers for
:
of Garden W. R. Anderson and Frank Webb. .
Nov. Meeting the Red Cross sewing project during
Club at home of Mrs. Annie R. Its meeting Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Robert R. Relmert and Mrs.
Now the small home be
Glenn Bule were high score prize can built right from
Butler. (t the home of Mrs. J. W. English j jI ".

Nov.' Meeting of Episcopal Mrs. Sam J. Davis conducted the start to finish. It can be well designed. It can
ammmm: IIJ I. OIIIIIIJIIID .
Auxiliary .r home of Mrs. Edw. Bible study course.

SUllng. Present were: Mrs. Casper Williams .' I be well constructed. It can include modern

Nov. Meeting of Ad Astra Mrs. J. A. McNeill Mrs.' :
1 BREWSTER M. D.
G. 0.
. Chapter honoring district officers.i O. L. Showalter, Mrs. Robert I conveniences.The .

Nov. Lecture on pyramids by J Glenn Mrs. E. E. Atkinson. MI'I.j
Ere Ear Neee and Throat
Dr. Wilfred S. Hale in Florida Roy Darby, Mrs. Davis and Ira.1 Treatment

City town haU. I English. small home has never been so usable-and

Nov. 10--Meeting of Monday GlASSES FITTED

Music Club at home of Mrs. Keith! All CONDITIONED' II livable. Home financing has never been so
Foulk. ROLLER SKATE IX COMFOtTAfttnww. NtCrery Arcade, loons 7Heneeieed.
S to I P. ..
Nov. 12-Meeting of Redland W. C1oII4.... IK ....... lie Plus tu Florid practical for the moderate-income family.
S. C. S. at home of Mrs. Geo. E. R.e.Ines. Tilt M JIM P. M.
DeueU ........ lie Nan tax I Office Hours' I to It: Dally

Nov. 17-23-National Art Week Venetian Skating Rink 1 The down payment may be as low as one-tenth

\ ,.observance Club. by Homestead Art IT* L W. IT. Aw, Miami I I. ammIJIID _, I. 0IDIIIIDllJ -, of the property valuation. One loan will .


Nov. 17-Meeting of Princeton I IH take care of the remaining cost of a new home.
Home Demonstration Club at C \it).<' BOOM BE "GOVtr
home of Mrs. Russell Hamms. ztrn J' -: Unusual opportunities are offered Repayment' is made in monthly installmentsout

Nov. ISXBuslness meeting of __ _s .: in Charming Home prop- I
Woman's Club of the Redlands. ,I 1OfT'l ertlee'' at present Unusual circumstances I II' 'of-your income over ample time.

Nov. ItWMeetlng of Gleaners brought these offer
,
.t home of Wrs. Labon Bishop, Jr. ings Into the home-bargain
Nov. 21-Social meeting of C. : market Unusual response to We will help you to put through your application .

Woman's Club of the Redlands. J the appeal of genuine "buys" Is *for an F. H. A. loan.
Nov. JO-Junior Woman's Club Quickly depleting the selection.

cabaret j Therefore, If you are seriously
i Interested In a really genuine
IF[lr. Leohard W. I + e 'buy". get In touch with us I W. D. HORNE CO.

GLASSESS now! : FRANK L. SKILL Owner

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]Former Homestead Girl '

wHAr JT'T I Wins Honor at Stetson ADS
CLASSIFIED
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| Miss r"a-"McG.rrah, former I J. I

1 I Homestead g'rl. Is one of seven coeds RATE: nnf Insertion 10< a lint; subsequent Uwrtlo-W

at Stetson University who have I II 54 a line

I been nominated for
OUT recognition by I ------------
A VVho'a Who Among American Colleges HELP WANTED

and Unlveralt Nominees FOR RENTFOR
FEMALE
are chosen on a basis of character

scholarship campus reputation! and REII.'T-Two.bedroom apartment I YOUNG WOMAN 18 or over, to
leadership by a special committee all electric furnished 9 .
I learn printing trade (t peset-
M u McGarrah. daughter of Mr. minutes drive from Homestead, ting, press feed'n|. bindery)
Home Gardens Can Easily Produce |and Mrs. B. D. McGarrah of De- Federal highway & Biscayne while earning Apply at once.
Modello. Mrs. Eva Col.
I Land U a Stetson senior In the drive Leader-Enterprise. 14 N. W.

25 per Cent of Food Needed by FamilyPatriotic ;school of buslnesi. She It secretary lins. Third St. Homestead.

|I of the Honor women' scholarship RESIDENCE of Ernest P. Roberta,,
I
who and leadership group; aec- Avocado dr. and Tenn. rd. Also LOANS
home and the crop as to much clear gain. I'
Commerce
Mary of the Stetaon
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vegetable will not only con- It It generally agreed that the I cottage on Tenn. near Avocado
Vow
|Club : of the Pan
vice-pm'dent
; LOANS TO MODERNIZE,
For detalla to Martin'sFilling
tribute to national defense, but first effect of war U upon the cost apply
Hellenic council and chaplain of REPAIR AND REMODEL
!Hof I Station. (024-tt)
will make substantial savings In living Price rise on consump. !
I Delta Delta Delta social sorority. Grove, Residential and Business
the cost of living I tion good*-the food we must haveevery 1| An honor roll student, she la aim FOR SENT OR SALE-Store Property an available through
for food are in- the clothe
Higher prices day we wear out
a member of Pi Gamma Mu, so- building with living rooms. BROOKER LUMBER CO.. INC,
It table. and the risk of market and must replace the Items, In
call: science group: Phi Society. Suitable for most any kind of Suggestions:
Shortages of the fresh green protective "short, upon which most of the average
I
honor group; .baa been active Indramatct business. On Key West high Add extra rooma or porches
foods inV income la
produced
so easily expended.
and In intramural for way at Florida City. See Xdw.StlUng New root and other repair
I A'rise of 21 tent In food
per [four yean. At the end of her realtor or write Jos. Convert garage Into apartment
price will place a heavy burden
I second year, Miss McGarrah was KupperU. 422< N. llth St., SL Convert house Into duplex apt
most families if the
upon money chosen a* one of the most "out Louis, Mo O17-31) MONTHLY PAYMENTS
income does not rise In the tame
j standing sophomore co-ed She 100. 11 mo. repay 15.98 one
.
and "
degree; economist soy gained her fret popularity .on the FOR RENT 4-room newly turn-
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(1000 St mo.- DIM ma.
Is always a lag here; price rise drum majorette of the lined apartment. Private bath repay
campus aa .
faster than and salaries $1000 69 mo.-repay til BT mo.
wage Stetaon band during the peat three bottled stove. Reasonable
The home garden can easily grow I I I gas $5000 DO mo.-repay $MU3< mete
rean.I rate. C. H. Lawrence, 102 N.
2} per cent cf the food which
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W. lot St. (A22-U) Loans Can Be SecuredTo
family needs; and this will balance Then art 110 species of snakes I Modernize and Repair

I the budget )I I In the United State*,.and only the FOR RENT-Residence in Florid LEASED OR MORTGAGED

cottonmouth "copperhead, coral City; S bedrooms, fireplace electric PROFERTY

WILL ATTEND PRESBYTERYThe snake, and rattler are poisonousFTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT stove running hot and cold
I water two bathroom; reasonable ; Loans for NEW CONSTRUCTIONof
Rev. Geo. H. Ricks, pastor fT* IIDt..Jp17 Leader-Enter. Commercial Building are alto

I of Homestead Presbyterian Church : prise. available en MONTHLY PAY
/qb 'and W. H. Owens elder of the j MENT PLAN through Brooker

I church will attend the presbytery : i EXPERT = j FOR SALEFOR Lumber Co.WaYllde .
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HOW MUO4 SETTER li TH8fUVOH I of St. Johns at the First Presby. Stands Burnt. Gasoline -

OF VEGETABLES THAT terian Church of Daytona Beach Stations, Utility Bldg. Tourist

NAVE BEEN GARDEN CROWN IN YOUR.OWN j from Oct. 28 to Oct. 30. I i BARBERINGHaircut SALE-Stake body Ford' Cabin, Real Estate Oflt't. Garage

Mr. Rick and Mr. Owens, who t pick-up truck late '38 model, Poultry Buildings and various

!'was elected Sunday to representthe I : good heavy duty tires. A-l con. other industrial and commercial

the home garden, U very definite church will leave for Daytons *' ......-..-..50c ditlon $400 cash. W. P. My- building are eligible Inside or
under war condition, a* the experience : I
Beach
Tuesday. I rick Homestead. (pn.T) \outside city lirnlta.MONTHLY .
of every country now at Shave ...?....., ,_.25c PAYMENTS

war hal proved. i 9 ACRES MARL-Only $500 $100, IS mo.- $1.90 mo. .I
repay
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In the initial stages of a price Shampoo (plain) 40c
when Increase, WANTADSPAV: 1 .down, and $500! monthly full $1000, S( mo.-repay .Ml.94 mov
advance expense '
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price $250.00; located on North $2100 36 $T9 85 mca.I .
mo.-repay
but wages and salaries lag behind Shampoo (Fitch) SOc aide of Mowry drive *4 mile,

the reduction In the household I west of Richard road. Mr. Llch- We also have F. H. A. LOANS
home Massage _... .... SOc
budget possible through a .. .. .
tenberg, Congress BId,, Miami. for New Homes payable'monthllP
vegetable garden may be even! l III (0-24) over 20-25 yean. .-
more important than later when

Incomes are likely to rise to balance > ONLY BUSH'SBARBER J-F-30 Famuli Tractor $<50each. We fiamjsh everything-Ideas;

the price level MONKY I-F.U'Farmall Tractor plans, estimate and materials

Every family which ha a* much! JUNGLE with combination crop duster There li no obligation In dire

aj 200 square feet of soil at its I$ THE U.S.as $850. Call or write Miami Pro- cussing your need with u*. Phoneor

disposal for a vegetable garden: duction Credit Aw n. (010-tf) call We'll gladly explain the

can become largely Immune from P00.10e', MonheIsr4 SHOP lervlce.

the effects of price advances on Pro" so"ou FOR SALE Used electric refrigerator BROOKER LUMBER CO.

':. the food bill by growing IU own Foam it?" on read 211606.Ht..wd South .1. E N. KROME AVE. I good working order. Vir.I Phone II Box IIS

vegetable I R4h.w. lit Lyon nhone 509-J (oSU) Homestead, Fla.

War may Increase greatly the :
colt of fresh vegetables In the market FOR SALE-Baby guineas
h AAA Ah 4 aA5A.ua.A.AA' I REAL ESTATE
i" the . months old SOc each. Helen _
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cost of crowing them In your own 1-- Whiting Ferreyra Roberta road : IF YOU WANT to sell your Grove

garden clGtil.R. Jr! (JUdtG01 . Just north of Avocado drive. list with J. K. Dorr. Grove Specialist. .'

There are two way of figuring I (aS-tf) .I :Miami ria 214 HalcyonArcade

this cost. You may count the time Phone 2-2483 (pn7)
1 you put In spading and cultivating' Sears jaebvckand Co. PAPAYAS, So a pound. .In. Kett: I

: aj so mucl* labor to be charged Jackson 115 S. W. 2nd (t.. I WANTED
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look Homestead. (mU-tfi)
against the/crop or you may
upon gardening a* exercise and BISCAYHEr BOULEVARD AT 131 ST. I TUTPRINO WANTED hlgk

t recreation. a healthful and enjoy. I i .UR SALX ircufv-Ml plants, rat i school an0 grade school subjects

able way to spend leisure hours rut 'trees ana troplcai fruit If Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, B.
season Jungle! Grove, Redlan i Plummer drive and Country
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LEGAL NOTICES i road and Plummet drive. I Club road -

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Call: tot Bid.t I I : M HEREBY GIVEN dial UMidw I IU.K.I.U, of Wllllaai I ." ib M 4HOTICI
loaM. tide will b. ........ kr the City .. .llM4. d_IHnr to nwm kiMlnmrt or INTENTION'T MAKH*
Cmacll of the City of HomoMul, Florida the '! Until 10 a. m.. Monday, October IT IMIM ; DR. C. H. DENBY Intxuii to ........ wM MUM, with IM| la ......., il m Dot I h... f IMml .
the City: Hall at which tin and Plea Clark o< UM Clmill Curt of nude County, final report. aad aMitko.. tor rlnalDterharr
IMP will .. ....... and raa4 aloud. for Florid. i a. Ancillary I Adurialatntor O.T .
the followlMlrnbk IIRI. CLARA THOIfPION.fOot. . A. of the ...... of ..1111.... Park ao.faaoid .
aM toad 100 U 000 fc.a. 4 -..I.., iwrd not man then SMI. ... I will apply to UM HoMrahb W. f.,
t.,...* dirt aonnoctod to suitable NOTICE: UNDER Firrmovi 1'1. ..... County Judge 1 nxto C- .lr.Florida. .
thaw. ft cycle 1100 rolt. renovator and NAME LAW oft
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with two profess McIntosh lh* fictitious urn of CASTRR'SPLATINUM .....
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Fla. Park.
a.ad tnrnaa, ...... engines end O. E.H. SHOP. LOAN DEPARTMFNT Tkk. Smk dar .. >..*... ,..n.r .
e. ... I IIIWIMI to ,.Jo_ UM MM HUMwHk IRA C. R 4 Y'OK.A..II.rr .
F." forthot information call OIl 01' ... (Over Brown's Drug Store) :. DM clock *f the Circuit Coon of AdaihiMnior C T. A.of .
theme .... 'I..h. Florida.Otu4 i r
IL LEd. City Dodo Casty. llw Pause o< Wllllanr Park lMfO .>
K. EDWAIIDI.C this Or hw tmh IMICHARLEJ ( *. 14. St. N... t, u. "4II
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(O.&. 17. i*. I.m M-MM.N.-wNwM W MN,1--e...___N..? W NNMYN/N.mL..y HUBERT L. JONES I It ORIGINAL UMMI>V*
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NOTICE UNDER ,FlrTITIOl I I "' ....... Dad I.....,. .....
NAME LAWHOTICK NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOlfKAMI rum: HFNMAN iris ku.ir"uRrRMAN ..

: I*enticing HKREBY is GIVEN"a"n that he ...thehed.nla.4 ... The World'g News Seen Through I NOTICE I* HEREBY LAW GIVEN thai the AiaA.E: FACTORY, INC.
How ..... tilt '..tit.... items W CENTRAL u.d.nlen.d.. _, .. M oaaaaa la M.1.w LENA FCNIIE.: Planl0fOHM
SERVICE STATION InMtid to SCIENCE :MONITOR i Moor UM ftatltlow, IMM o f ELI
CHRISTIAN RItNU'Y itrf.mhrl
twister saw ..m* with 00.. Ork of the THE rATIO APARTMENTS, Intnuto to ...... CIVIL ACTION
Ctfcatr Own of Dado caws, Florida, /U '.InI''IO." Deify Newiptim I... MM saw wi.k UM Clerk W UM CIl- IN THE NAME: or THF tTATK' of

I E. H. COLLIER.10.ta10.it.24,19411 . I.. Tnath'.a-c.a-ti-Un..t-F- fnm Sm..tioii44.1 silt Cows tI Dale cn: 'I'l.wr... I rtORIDA. TO THE SHERIFF; OR ANT'

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r N Mawachau itPrtee .n_...*. tea*.tr1 fictitious.I M oonx.amt Is at bucl.0w DOPION 'IAN,RED SAUSAGE HrRMAN: dine FACTORY balms IMC... JtFollo la.MI .

x I 11100 Yearly.see $1.00 a Maack.Ssuadav ? BUILDING suRSxa MOP, wtiM WM a cries J TwocnrIVI -'
--. tacUam* Mafwiiw Spcdon} UM a yam ride M Mi5.e at 01011 sect .alt := I : .IU.MI DOLtARa.Ibralm vim Joe
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Pare Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, October 24. 1941if.

tionally known firm of market land District information to be from prospective: visitors. oa the pyramids ID the town haD
OFFICE HOURS analyst I mailed out in answer to Inquiries At the meeting on Oct 18, the in Florida City oa Friday, Nov.
At a meeting of the board erf directors voted to give $90 eachto 7, at 730: clock.
both received by the secretary and to Bedland Dr Hale,who 1
director*. Wednesday night the Homestead and connected with
j (Continued from Page Ont) Mr. Carton and Mr. Qallaher were be given to visitors at strategic school bands. the Winter Educational Instituteof
of western glory, Bve oa hi* own prevent to discuss plan for the tourist centers. He wa authorizedalso Applied Art in Massachusetts:
orange and avocado grove on tilt forthcoming winter and the festival. to compile a list of hotels, Dr. Hale to Lecture and Miami, plan to show the interior
Federal highway just north of ixtomlni bourn and restaurant On Pyramids Nor. 7; of the pyramids by mean
Homestead. Before coming here I The week of Feb. 6 to 12 wa together with their respective of slides.
be was for 10 year engaged in set for the festival Mr. Canon rate and accommodation tor Dr. WDfred S Hale scientist 1 A tree win offering will be col.
market march work with A. C. was authorized to.begin work; of printing on a leaflet to be mailed ,and Near East traveler wOl live teeted. The lecture. I* nende
: IfeUwn Co:: of Chicago, interneR -'compiling a new booklet of Red-1 out la answer to specific Inquiries the tint of a series of ten lecture nomination

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Immediately to get best job in civil life your Navy training will be a tremendous are shown free.Organized recreation,such:

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the world's fastest the beet fun in the world.
Right now planes are rolling friendsThe
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