Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00515
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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: November 7, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00515
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VoL 30No. 44 Homestead. Florida Friday November 7, 1941 Price 5 Cent :

: Homestead Ferrying Base

Of Britain-Bound :Planes? :



: Gets Under Way in Dade Ii

the annual canvass for the American Red Cross i

will begin in Homestead and vicinity on Friday, Nov. 7 and, .
Whereas, this wonderful organization from day to day and --- -

TO BE FILLED year to year li helping mankind as no other organization can, and I WEATHEROfficial ;';600 Men and Million Dollar !

Whereas, now with the world in the throes of a war that weather report of the f Construction in I

threaten to btcomelnlveraal' we need to make the AmericanRed Subtropical Homestead Florida.Experiment Station,I'I I Prospect I!I

BYNOV:20: Cross stronger than ever before to that It can continue to ,
meet the demands upon Its services and resources.Therefore ;'Oct. 30_ ._.__ I 87 I 811 130.091 [:FARM LA"BOR 'CAMP
r- ,Oct. SL_ .... _I 81 I 84 130.001 I i i SEEN AS BARRACKS
do I, as mayor of the City of Homestead call upon :Nov. I.... .. t 1911631! I I
Steffani Says Nation Has the,citizen of this community to respond to the full extent of ,:Nov. 2-.. .. 1 190 I 83 I{: \
Asked. Mobilization their mean In this annual "roll call" of the American Red Cross I INov. i_. _ 1 I 88 1 I es I 29.88.I I:Miami Fields All Needed (
of Agriculture) j''No.. ----1 II 12UOI+ I i By Training Station {I.
r T. J. HARRIS, Nov. 5- .. .1'1 t IS 12'.88, I' and Commercials ;'
Mayor, City of Homestead. j
t Every farmer In Dade County I
x700 ATItEND
Was asked to fill out a farm plan ; BIG Possibility; that the county airport -
sheet for 194J this week In a letter Band Parade and Speech to Open i j row under construction four
sent out by Bounty Agent ChiS 'i: PARTY IN PARK miles east of Homestead, may J be
-. H. Steffani. These. farm plan I Red Cross Membership Campaign: 11 turned Into the biggest North

sheets, showing the. extent and I '! HALLOWEEN American base tor ferrying war.
possibility of production of lands FOLDER The annual Red Cross membership planes to British forces, was suggested -

tilled by the grower, art to be LISTING campaign for Homestead,)I I II Wednesday In t discussion I
completed by Nov. 20. Growers Florida City and Redland will open i It was estimated that some 700.i between army and navy aviation

are asked to call at the office of I HOTELS CAFES at, 2:30 this afternoon with a parade -'I persona attended the community,authorities in Miami. Creation of ,.
the county agent which adjoinsthe by Homestead High School Halloween partj held on the i I such a base would result in the \:
Homestead city hall ai soon GOING TO PRESSOperators II band and a talk in Legion Park munclpal dlamot ball field last'expenditure of from 1,000.000 to t1 1
as possible and fill out the questionnaire by County Purchasing Agent Wm '$1,500,000 immediately in the construction :
ui'ler the
Friday night !
so that the Information I of bangers, barracks and '
may be used In promoting the D. Joyce, announces Mrs. Green the Homestead Rotary Club I.I[other structures It was said thatas
agricultural defense program of of rooming houses, Rives, local chairman. Mr. Joyceis Field day event under the direction | many as 200 of the British-
the county, state and nation. ,restaurant and hotels in the Red- chairman of group enrollment of Coach Rudolph COM. bound planes would be on the :
The Dade County farm survey land District are being listed free for Dade County Chapter of the man of Homestead High School I'around at one time and that approximately I
was started following meeting cfj Hof charge In a folder which the Red Cross and home service chairman bad a full list of entrl.peclal-' 600 men would be necessary '
4he agricultural committee of Redland District Chamber of Com- and shelter chairman of the ly in the pie eating contests. Winners to service them. j
State Defense Council in disaster preparedness and relief were announced over a public Mention of Homestead as the"springboard"
last week which was merce will have readfor committee. address system by Rotarian Stanley for ferrying of )
County Agent Steffani, in Sebrln'l printer within the next few da'l.l Ctrl Scouts and Boy Scouts in Wlttkop. Toward 10 o'clock British war planes to Africa byway
with L. L. Chandler, I Edward Staling, president uniform will precede the band the athletic events came to an end of South America occurred j
the agricultural committee of the Chamber of Commerce, said yesterday The band, attired In white, will and punch and cookies wore when Commander G. F. Began of
Dade County Defense Council and that if any places of this .wear Red Cross arm bands. served to more than 500 who filed the navy air base at Opa-Locka
chair aa, of the agricultural com- I natuvifthad been Inadvertantlyoverlooked1 Mayor Harris' proclamation for In a double line through the park declined to give up the navy's
mittee of the state defense unit; in the canvass made the enrollment campaign appears. pavilion. priority to the Miami master airport
Ceo. Walz, manager of the Miami by Secretary Kit Canon, their elsewhere In this Issue. The Jitterbug contest at tit. He suggested to Col Ben ;
the state agricultural committee; owners she'ild get Sin touch with Red Cross flags will be placed dance, staged in the Chamber of Cassidy of the army, who soughtthe
Production Credit Association; and I the secret y at once either by a along Krome avenue during the Commerce building for the young use of the Miami International
Arthur M. Larrimore, assistant personal call at the office in the campaign folk M a climax to the HaltowfCuntlnurd airport as a ferry base, that the
(Continued on Page Two) I I (Continued on Page Two) The central committee for on Page Four) (Continued on Page Four) .
Homestead Redland and Florida
City, said Mrs. Rives, Is composed :
Artists From North, Now ResidentsTo I of: P. B. Bird, Dr. Carl 1'. Robinson l Mrs. Clayton Sedgwick Cooper to Write :11
I Mrs. E. J. Dyal, Mrs. W.
Exhibit in Art Week Sales EventTwo Weiss, Mrs. Paul Haley, Mrs. J. About Redland District, Now lIe Home :
I Lawrence Scott and Mrs, J. F
Hanunett t
artists who achieved commercial -!To Advertise Delinquent I The Red Cross provided safe Mrs. Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper, Kirby Call MeetingOf
fsuthor, world traveler and
success before they became shelter, sandwiches and milk for map
I I Tax List in December I line contributor, took up residence Xmas Cheer Group
residents of the Redland District S9.000 during the Oct S storm, and
Monday In the grove home on I
I after the freeze last
-Helen Hall Therkildson. Advertising of ;delinquent taxes $1.000 worth of food and year supplies gave Farm Life road which she recently An organization meeting of the t
known for flower paintings, and for 193S, 1939 and 1B40 win be' to local white and colored labor. purchased from Ceo. L, Swan Christmas Cheer Committee for
Elizabeth H. Brocket who special.ires started the first week In December Mrs. said. With her is her close friend and 1M has been called for 8 o'clock (
en; Rives
In ecclesiastical art-will be according to an ordinance: companion, Miss Anne Rv..n. tonight In the city hall by T. E. f
represented by work at the Na- adopted, Monday night by the For many years a resident of Kirby who .)r the fourth consecutive -
tional Art Week sales exhibit Homestead City Council The Lieut Sawyer to SpeakOnKeyWestAqueduht Miami Beach, wbtre her late husband year has been appointed
which the Homestead Art Club Leader-Enterprise was designatedas organized and, until his chairman of the Fouth Dade division -
will hold In the Loaner building' the newspaper in which theadvertising death In 1930, was president of I of the Greater Miami Empty
Nov. 17 to 22. Both are new members win appear. 1 The Men's Club of the Homestead the Committee of One Hundred Stocking Fund. II
of the club. 4j Building permit granted .)n. Presbyterian Church' will Mot Cooper in recent years Attending the meeting tonight, i
Miss Broeker has temporarily eluded one to Jason Avery, for i have Its monthly supper meetingat came attracted to the fruit & be-I Mr. Kirby said, should be representatives ,
deserted her New York studs; to $3,000 house to be built on Lot 7 o'clock this evening at the tag section of the Redland of the Rtdland District
supervise grove work at her home 12, Block 3, Put-burst Addition. home of tilt pastor, the Rev trict and decided to rake bar' Ministerial Association the Home. *
on Tennessee road. Fourteen other I, City Attorney In C Haycockwas 1 George H.'Ricks. future home in the Redlands. stead and Redland Parent Teacher i a
paintings, plaques of the stations authorized to continue negotiations Lieut W.. L. Sawyer, resident Mr. and Mrs. Cooper mad extensive -I' Associations the Rotary Club the 'I
of the cross, adorn the Stored for the purchase of a diesel officer in charge of construction trips in the Far EllIt Lions Cub and all the women's ,
Heart Church In Homestead.\driven generator for the municipal Iof the jeay West aqueduct, win be was their custom to travel for two clubs Any Individuals il Interested 1
(Continued on Page Two) power plant speaker. I Continued on Page Two) ,fare invited to attend. 1r 1


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COOPER j I every tanner to use all his land; -- 1
25 LOCAL ROTESSTAGEPROGRAM I MRS. |and all his sklU for the defense
d A Little Bird
lot America'asld, the letter sent ;
(Continued ;rrwe:Page On l i {out by' County Agent Steffant .L '
years studying custom, condition j I the farmers. "Every farmer must -.
I.psychologies(! (If the peoples In do his part If the -needs cT the Told UsTHAT
AT MIAMI CLUB -countries which they- vliltod, nation are to be met by Ui fame
'I then they would flay at home the defense pro oam. : Please let -shave 4 V __.. ..o.---o_...'!'_

I(third year and.writ*. your co-operation In helping 'so.oooo airplane ferry base being kicked
Twenty-five of the thirty-odd | Ktr Cooper wn the author of, your county 'mobilize Its farm with a
-members of the Homestead" Rotary !IS book on different countries strength to meet the production Mvood la Mlairt It behooves the Bedland District to maintain a 1

Club attended the weekly meetingof and wrote articles for newspaper demands' for" agriculture In 'the full time ambassador at er near these army-navy priority ills "
the Miami Rotary Club yesterday tyndicatet and msgazlnes.Mr I defense program. . Please let us '. "s
noon in the Columbus Hotel 11 : farm plan sheet NOW,
Cooper studied the lUtui iii
1 the the navy and Puerto Rico keep depleting
dining room where" the Homestead of women In various countries and THAT if army
club had been Invited to, In order to do this made It a: FOLDERContinued ranks of the male population hereabouts come cabaret time
'''take'over" and present the entire avoid hotels and apartment -1 man's land.
I practice to I of Commerce building will be no l
program. houses in favor of maintaining .
One) .
TIM president's gavel was relinquished ( from Page
her own bousekeeping'atsbtishment.
to Geo. N. Wakefield,I Her articles In magazines Chamber of Commerce building THAT quite a few nem an having. tamale trouble &.. ..,.
president, of the Homestead club, of this country were widely or by letter or postcsrd. I .' a '
by President James Keller of the read and appreciated Mr their In addition to !listing places
,Miami club. Talk on the history unique quality and content..Books where the .OBrla.ants.eat and .THAT atkast on.prospeettverdlrorce.-iatseds; : 4p : jbapip. ..
ad accomplishments of the Home. she has writteninclude "Lady of sleep the, folder will list, abe the tip In the "BiI-dle'i.Ua _It. ' ' '
....*. dub were made by Julian H. of the Red- '
the QCourtyard", (The the chief attractions
Webster and Oeo. M. Frick. Other Heart at O-Sona-Saa", "My Lady ....a.Dtltrict. Jt will be the first 11be htiwa ie. inroad. t' thr."oltite: 'Sa et

ler talk and weer W. F.made Therkildson.by 1. L..CwIAt of the for Indian Souls"Tba Purdah" Women"The Market at Chamber of several of'4)eaci Conunarce.I1aqa"Jphu. Ipl!4 e''folders the I.*days 110,11110-9d when co des.des. nay 'be 'ob1 1(I'CarsonyAPPLY. : - :. : .- ,(

TweDtytwo'v.U... of tropical Egypt", "Living Up toi Billy", printed this-year to promotethe "
fruits obtained through the courtesy I t"Druailla with a Million- and "The interests of the district
of the Subtropical Experiment -I I Purdah". She also '
!Marten and the Queries concerning accommodations FOR,YOUR
Station were displayed i([wrote a Japanese onect play: of hotels and restaurants In
Is the hoteldining room.' Each TSayonara", which was producerIn I the Redland District have been : DRIVER'S LICENSE
of the Rotarians 1942
was given New York by Maxine Elliott. received by many Individuals and I .
'a Persian lime as a souvenir. Pef.ijaian i Sne I Is at present a contributorto : from such organizations as' the
AT .
lime pie' sod avocado salad '. '
Pictorial Miami s-fashionable i iI Automobile Club of Michigan,,the,
!|were on the luncheon menu i I I magazine tor which she jjcpects.to I Automobile Club of New York and OFFICE'Odd
Sirring: a:\f .led by DrKA.; M I II ji/sTiCE dr PEACE
% ,write articles on Interesting phasesof the ChI08l1o Motor Club. One of
Logan, leader -of the ;
song the Redland DistrictMill the'automobile clubs'wants '
I more'I Fellows Building
stead club.
Ryan was head of an than 1500 of. the folders so that __ iFLA..
a solo and as an encore Hom"l HOMESTEAD
American school for girls In Paris !it can send a supply to each of Its |
Dr. Logan sang a duet. Mrs. when World War One broke out 'branch offices. Ten thousand Open from S a. m. to S p."ni
ster, pianist of the
When America entered" the war I copies of the folder will be printed.I
club, the .
played accompaniments.At
I she joined an driving I
It Is expected that the voider
the regular, meeting of the unit organized by her alma matsr ,
local club held In Legion Hall here Smith College, and drove a truck I Q.r..r"
Wednesday noon Rotarian Chandler I for the duration. At the close of "
spoke on "The Challenge toRotary" the war, she lectured In the Inter
est of the rehabilitation of Frenchvillages.
Later she started a girls'school 'I i jI'
PLUTO RICO TO GET ONE at Lake Placid. N. Y, and i -. .. \)
MORE HOMESTEADERA. Initiated the practice'of bringing : \ ;,
her pupils to Miami Beach for -
O. Buck has accepted A po. 2
sflon as tractor mechanic with the their winter sesiions. Here she
Anmdel Its defense met the Coopers and when she .
Corp. on con. .
tract In retired from school work In 1928 .
Puerto Riqo. He taft '
Wednesday for NewYorkwhere I made her home with them. NOTICE . : :;/. .

be, will take boat to San Juan. Mrs. Cooper and Miss Ryan have .: ,
become regular patrons of Homeatlld'i ,
where ,,6: ".:',..... .- l:. :
library .
municipal I
ARTISTSContinued fj .._ ,
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v several of Mrs Cooper's books are .. U '\..:. 'f ."t -
: : on the shelves. I '
( from Page One). : : ; ;

Sbei: plans also, to make altar : : : < [

painting tor the church. FARM SURVEYContinued I .: ,
Mrs. Therkildson, wife of W. F.

T the,akildson Miami Herald. All Florida, and her editor sister of, ( 'from Page One) .-_:. : have' been .,'directed by the; : \ \

'Mir Elizabeth: S. Hall who lives field supervisor of the Farm Security :
at tile TberUldsoA home, received Administration.Th ,"
advertise and' sellall
early training In art from their I farm plan sheet was designed Council to : .
artist mother Katherine Hall of to mobilize the farm .
Toledo. Mrs. Therkildson has con-I strength of each county to meet the
tisMMd to paint since early youth; the production demands for agriculture delinquent, taxes years
Miss Hall remains Interested In I both for national defense

art but no longer paints. and normal market consumption.The 1938 1939 and 1940 such adver-
Mrs. Therklldson's hobby has I survey will ascertain just what I ,
brought her commercial success I each farmer plans to grow, and the
and has been also an aid I to Mr. Information will be passed on to tisement to be published through
Therkildson In his agriculturalwork leaders in the agricultural defense
In many sections of the program so that they may know I
country. Their home la the Just what each county can be depended the, month of December and such
former Chandler place on Tennessee on to supply. r
road and Silver Palm drive. "The nation has called upbn
I sale to be held on the first Mondayin

January, 1942.



'' Tax Collector,

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FORD, 1941 Deluxe Tudor-85 l\? motor; dup i v "'

equipment; hood lock inside; blfck finish. ,City'of. Homestead. Fla..
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FORD, 1940 Deluxe Coupe-85 liP motor; dual I i,

equipment and radio; battery condition Indicator iY

: steering column gearshift; locally i Y

CHEVROLET 1938 Truck-!% ton short wheelbase

; flat body with side racks; good rubber. ,

INTERNATIONAL 1937-I'/i' ton long wheelbase

; flat body with side racks. Do You Have NEWT. G. BALL

FORD: 1937 Truck-%.ton stake body. ,. 'j' I ; A FURNITURE PROBLEM? I I NOTARY rnuo

DODGE, 1935 Truck-1'/ 'ton long wheel l base; '
flat body. 'I" We will be glad to help you wire it, whether it

I concerns the whole house or an occasional piece Fire Insurance and

Ii Kindred, tines
. 'Bird Chevrolet Co. Smith-Graves Furniture Co. '

'CINttt CfcetitM gle yes .. fUrUa, Last Ceeet Phone 248-J ,*i ...Knows Ate.PareTwo .
........... netUsi'- ? t. , Telephone. IS 11 I Honestead .


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: Friday, November 7, 19-11 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three

J. D. Redd Resigns lata hen and starts our season two I 15 Games Won Out of 50
1 weeks earlier. GALLAHER I
i As Board ChairmanJ. Pitched By )I. fiercer
Judge Allen spoke of the difficulties

{ VOTED AT POLLS I encountered In producing OF COMMUNITY i[i Five games lostout of fifty
D. Redd of Homestead who the tint Orange Bowl Festivalsand ([pitched Is 'the season's record of
represents District Five on the predicted 100,000 persons will Margaret Berger of Hornestead.
IIERE TUESDAY Dade County commission resignedthis be attracted for this one event REWARD PLANEvery star hurler for the lax diamond
week as chairman of the com within two ;years. ball team of New Orleans.
mission.He : I Miss Berger accompanied by her
I. In the school trustee election I gave a his reason' the fact Dr. Johnstone HeadsMinisterial community that makes mother, Mrs. M. A Berger, who 1
Tuesday, the suggested 2'%
I visited her la New Orleans tor
II tax that he resides JO miles away from GroupDr. an agricultural exhibit at the Red-
I levy carried without op-! '>la returned to Homestead.Monday.
"' the county's center of population month )
,'J position In Special Tan) School! land District Fruit Festival, scheduled ,
and believes that member of the .
Districts 7 (Redland) and 9, a J. E. Johnstone, pastor of for Feb. 6-14. 141, will receive !
Is Miami
commission who closer to
I (Homestead-Florida City), and no cart perform the duties of the' office the First Baptist Church of Home. some remuneration for Itssffor.and '! J
I namei were written In on the bal- stead-was elected president of the '
more satisfactorily to "a majority expense in arranging Driver's License Tests i ii
lot to oppose the three candidate Redland District Ministerial Association
for the three places on the board of the people which the it a meeting held at the the booth. even though it should i! !
commission serves. Moreover, h* AT AMERICAN UEGION 1
of trustees of each dlltrlet.I I Homestead Presbyterian Church. not win a prl e. according to an
said, he wants more time to dervote :
I Members of the local board of to his own district in which, The Rev. T. A. Ferguson, pastor announcement made by Festival j BUILDING. HOMESTEAD }
school trustees in the of the Homestead Methodist, Manager Eo H. Gallaher this week. I
two districts
-the pointed out, there are 400 milesof TV. sate .Ura Mat rm u tetor
are: Hom..tea4-Wa. Bird Church, was made vice-president [Further details will be forthcoming .. tart !. .rt_-. Hmm !. __ I
roads, a great amount of needed "'*' ... _. Li.t.. -
Wrn. -1. Geronimo Robert H. Spear, later, he said. .d k Ik* A .
and Frank L. and the Rev.
park development and a large agricultural .... Ton oM 1004r haw r n r viand I
!' the Fes-
Skill of fie nine daYI'wlllm i .. .
Church .
; Redland-D. E. Buhor, J. area with which he wishes pastor of Homestead rN.r. Tm eta s.ta sp.I
R. Hickson made Ural will run will Include one asst.. bleak and W .. w A.m.rm.ea.
Mason Nazarene, was secretary.The
Roberts the
to keep in touch In order to give ....- A.r Tae 0Hr
In District t, Mr. Bird takes the it the proper representation. Rev. George H. Ricks is retiring Sunday and two Saturdays Mr.I -me ....... at as aI_ t
place of A. J. Campbell, who was president of the association. Gatlaher pointed out
not candidate for re-election. In "Our greatest need, as It appearsnow
'Redland, Mr. Roberts take the BAND TO GIVE CONCEXTThe ," said he "is for some person 1912
place of George Cooper,-who also LIONS CONDEMN or organization that will prepare -
Homestead High School
was not a candidate for reelection.Due and serve chicken dinners State Driver's license j
\ band will give a concert In -, throughout the course of the Festival
to-the lack.of opposition to AGAINST'
Bark Friday. Nov. 14.
Candidates and qn We are anxious to make
suggested ndllafe donated the Applications New en leSt
concert a watch, by some arrangement for such si concession
levies alike '
font Only 92 freeholders voting was'voted very DEFENSEWORKChas. Woods', Jewelry Company.. will be and we ask those who may AT \
la Homestead-- : awarded as a prise. be interested to call:: and see us at !
and only ft turned. concert of the band
The formal American Alto
I' once. Legion j
}, :Out- In. Redland.' -. win be given In December In the Suggestions and Ideas of a con.I

Pratt Chas. Cox. Dr. Ceo.DRueMe school, auditorium.: structive nature will be welcomedby Tat Office
;:. ,Finteral"Spited. Sunday. and-John-Neafsey ft+ the festival management Mr.
For. Otis BeD Martin sorted a. round table dJaotueion-of. .' Homestead ,4-H Boys Gallaher said. Open Dally j
the labor situation before the Bad .Itp lacier rare
Funeral services fOr JDtls Bell land District Lions -Club Tuesday Tear Kea.4 SerrleaSe !
Martin..*S3; of.South. Vlaml.'who [night :i f'Cart -Wagner, eta4' M The Jll"ftlde'nt called the meeting garden. Every member must have Krsne Ave. Hemesaad 1
:died Nov. 2 at the Kendall hospital moderator. I Id order. Leroy Fitzpatrick gave a something on his project started t
from t self-inflicted bullet wound, Among points brought out were demonstration on how to plant a Nov. 11.

will be held Sunday at 2 p. m. these: there Is need of better understanding \}
In Turner Funeral Home, with the of each other's problems -
will be in Palm Cemetery at Nar-, by employer and employee; CHEVROLET ,
\ anja.Mr. I labor should police its own ranks' 5 o19ti A<
Martin was born In St. and get rid of racketeering leaden 1 < l
Clair, Ga., and came to South who have risen to power. because
Dade 15 years ago. He was a car. of indifference of union members;
pent r. labor. should have the 'privilege of
He, Is survived by/ his wife, organizing for collective bargain.
Marie, and daughter Beatrice Ing, but should not be permitted
Marie of South Miami; his father, to strike when defense work would
,. G. C. Martin of rerrlne two I suffer and necessary steps to correct
brothers Howard who is in the existing evils In labor unions
j marine corps, present whereabouts should not be by government legislation
Unknown, and Joseph W of Per- \ and control.
' tine; two sisters, Mrs. Evelyn Some members of the discussiongroup
Harper of Perrlne and Mrs. Otto felt that strikes should be
, lyles; of Woodburn Ga.1lgmestead . mediated with a period for coaling iw 1
: I off before a strike was put
Girl Scouts effect Others, objected to.this, Inn

I By... Barbara Milter. Scribe thej ground thatsuch. 'a board '
. -------.. would be a political football and
( This being National Book Week might bring about ..conditionsworse
we celebrated by buying the "Baby than those If tried M
Bird Boole"which has all the birds cure. Most of the group felt that

' of Florida, We also bought "Ad. the policy. of, a closed shop would ttrlHE P
, ventures In Dish Gardening". result In less violence. '"a
This week we are looking for Ernie Seller and Judge Wayne t
! the Pleiades, a constellation. AM
i Allen appeared before the'club
, The girls that will march with with an outline of the Orange SERVICE
the band for the Red Cross on
I Bowl Festival prolr81lor this
! Friday, Barbara at 2 o'clock Wakefield.are: Mary Barbara Suber year. )Pointing out that this activity Distinctive without being expensive
Is statewide and that It help;
I Horne, Connie Campbell, Joy Pe. to unify different sections of the
ten and Sally Suber, Most of MODELS
state while giving vast amounts ol CHEVROLETS NEW T&zt&sie
the band.Other girls march with the publicity this section through

Suzan Brown reported on the U. : Uht: entire draws thousands nation 'Mr.of Sstlei tour Their surpassing quality-plus their
S. O. service of what. we wanted
.c.nollly.h.1II apart
to do to help. (MVWUTAMNAT10NU
Each patrol worked hard on Its from 011 I other "Torpedo" models semi

project for Christmas and to sell Known
Everyone keeps what her patrol TO IIAB W Superlative trace and beauty dlltlnSTYUNG -

is doing a secret We also learned guish Chevrolet's new Fleetllne Aero-

a two-part song "The Keeper". I sedan and new Fleetllne Sportmaster.

) served Betty cold Gatlin drinks.was hostess We closed and e And, of course, they alto bring you all j

with .the good-night circle. Known of the Unitized Knee-Action comfort. ,

TO UAD W all of the, Valre-ln-Head "Victory" per-
I "Beftand Girl ScoutsBy KRFOIMANdO formance' and econoai-J i. . all of thee

J Rosemary Heaalastesi 30-year-proved dependability which char

When the_Redland Girl Scouta acteritc the new Chevrolet-TA, Finttt

held their weekly meeting In the Chevrolet of All Time.

school auditorium on Nov. 4. Mar TO UAI W See these distinguished cart at JourECONOMY r.
I lon Cowman and Marllou Harris
passed their Tenderfoot tests and nearest Chevrolet dealer', and convince

received their pins. yourself that felt pay to buy the leader

We1 then'divided Into patrol I needed advice ,.. and fet the leading buy"
and discussed the party and camp.
f Ing trip which are to be held I didn't know where to go:

on Patrol Armistice made nature Day. sketches The Junior after I In! case a',loved one should IT PAYS TO BUY mE LEADER AND GET mE LEADING BUY 1

which we closed the meeting with! pass away. I wanted to
f the singing of "Taps". -
talk' things over' without Bird Chevrolet Co.

, !IE"G.d _. _IIIJ I.annrrrrrm: :: ., .. confusion so I stopped it II',

, : Turner's No obligation, I. Oldest Chevrolet Dealer on Florida East Coast
0. BREWSTER, M. D. J Just the privilege to tanu '
Telephone 98'
Homestead, Florida. _
1 Err .Ear. None as4. Throat he Novas 0. DIGNml

; It_"..*W. Mewry Treatment St, opposite I. Turner's 'Fnaeril l Home- [ All Chevrolet Are Shipped to 'FIrida-Not Driven--: "

El Pails Apartment Z4-HK..urBVlANClIDVlca

f Oft" Mean' tie II Daily fbeaetra Ua'>.*Attendant' ,BeaaesteaC. "t, ..- so they 'come.to YOU' genuinely NEW! .(IIf'f"

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Pue Four THE_ n_ HOMESTEAD__ _ LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday,_ November 7,1941' ;

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M the swab lIMo 1ah11,01.. Cw..r.sasacalerloie t .. '11I ...th.. Ort.seen lea, ....a. .*..were IIHM. -M4. '
MAT= /r .4 stood Lee-A-v

110 D640 ..... elm OMN a, lift
tl.t.4..6 Den cmaty_ 11M !
*-"The thirty-third birthday ojfJo ,
IS .4dAW&UfSr
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M.- II Itll M UK ewe "1Ioe ..taaad..4 711& ', .J *. Terburg who recently math i
Oahe Ski M .a Homestead his borne, wa celebrated '
'KN WH SOV<<.I$ by a folly dinner party at i
OI"Y1TANIN.Iel the Seminole Cafe Saturday Bight i
Dade County's Red Cross laL Andrew Terburf'brother of '

....-..... the honor guest, was the boat at ,
Dude. .
County Chapter of the ,, the gccat\oQ ."
American Red Cros in thecklng
-"The Hempstead
up Its activities from January toOctober Womart1
found that IU accomplish Club met last Thursday aftenwoi
at the Baptist Church. The following
menu 4n that period were M follow .
*; : list .t officer have been
Trained In tint aid. 1015. elected for the ensuing year; Mr*.
Highway' tint aid stations ap- Ceo Ranson Jr.. president; Mr*. ,
crated 7.Trained. l Green RIvet, second vlce-prest I
In water safety 210. sM 'lti dent; Mrs. Joe Burton recording .
Trained In home nursing 75. secretary; Mrs G. T Fuller Dora
Trained In nutrition with Tl responding secretary: Mr*. S. A.

completing canteen course 196 King treasurer. . ."
j Pages of Braille transcribed, 830. -"E. H. and H. C. Brandenburg
Hour of service given by womenIn of Haralaon Ga., arrived hem
making 180600 surgical dressings early in the week. E. H. Brendan. ;
11,174 garments, and 800 burg has purchased an Interest ,
bam for selectee. 278,827. in the Free it Burton tore and
Hours given by 8] ,members of when the new store oa Krome !
the motor corps, traveling II937 vile .b-'I++t avenue 1* opened, he wW remain)
miles; making 2170 calls, 2.896. f "y1 i lih+e 't a* manager of the present loca'
Hours of clerical aid volunteeredby j tlon. H. K. Brandenburg will
87 staff assistants. 8 S94 farm with J, V. Free.

Veterans aided per month (average -"Paul Robinson Is proudly announcing
), 139.. the arrival of a boy at
Active service! men given ansiiitnnce his home, early in the week"
(94 j
Junior members of Red Cross,I ,

40.000 I ..:..-.. -'. ,.. PLANE FERRY
Red Cross nurses enrolled with .
local committee, 190 'M.IOJ'& or rue cu/fr
Red Croat nurses entered In service -.,.".. SPANISH GCCUfUBQKin (Continued front Page One)

of the armed forces, 19 IN JltOAlDA Tali OIJ) army establish this proposed bat
Citizens aided In ascertaining at Homestead.-

the welfare of relative la war C7t... That a gigantic development wan
arras of Europe Tl In prospect for Homestead- ''In

Food packag sent to prisoner volving an expenditure up, t >

of war. M. .... ,AWVS1lN $9,000,000"-was hinted at by Informed
A very. efficient act capable 14 4ttf.slit" etetettie 'to tile OMNO&' :. sources her last week, Jwt
t mlmpkzTop
disaster ....It.. .stand abd lltreeasb.n.abi. .bo dt lit exact nature not'defititely
read Florida la i*i Miter tat ftdro lianaa 'I was :
.to go Into action when aeeded.-- del ,' revealed until the,teuatete b.-
"AlI put for the Red Crow" u.i8 Ilrrqwe, Oat 4 Ie. -'lilt. A tea Grl L rSaiind rs.ot rhos daye'wbi. tweed the army and navy aviatkM
wbkA I
aa61 "name" :' .tot.s.tt officer week. .
d this It 1* under.Uod.that'
Ia be messiest &M b'dI of '11&II.I thor1da'e thrnall MsIon ..
-. as aphtt J .' 'tb. steps'are *e I Itrt. poa .U' .CITY br, KMland
'CURRENTCOMMENT =. GATW of Araerkat tltr.falBafdiaardara. : District Cuwber, of
great quantity! thaw.. anygz .4"star ..tmot .'ivmantk'.tntln'nt CpmmeKf-officials othtr-cHs

I fpm niolfberry trees product this same' it all wu pus within theft 1IOI'\IlL' ThoM minded, parsons of 'lafluenct to

I oil te-CoMa Colonial Record D.e. wha atop tf namiD" th".carp find, a convince the army of the desirability ,
Illy AGJmr WOWS U7. White tea oranff II lattrattioMJIy' abaft: with the foU inwrlptloni of the county airport at

I known for lu dalldoui taste. onptntirBiy "These gates were begun is a defense Homestead a* a ferry base for UBr1tltbound
few People rMUit IU Importance with t.. against the Ewlsh "'1u"l7i> the aircraft
j.. .. during
r .. o. a.. W" .demo, Pan American Airway l said
Ittion |
-- ... .." to the human system. Ita rich content nltn of Xiac Jbilip V of Spain, In 1804
:\ ::: == of to have the contract for,ferrying
' :e: hhea..is.sweA... ___ vitamin 17 hu caused it to be ten' Ut..te..w."buUt of Coquina by An the planes to Britain's forces Ta
e.ua"MMs. ....... I i Lists = prominent doctors and ole8- tonio Arredoodo, Boyd Eafinw: of Spain. afford Immediate quarter for its

A noted student of child life of the ewer U combctioc diMUM Thia'tablet emoted .tI1..Natioaal. Society servicing and maintenahc per
stale 4hat Children do not.Inherit booJ" "y. A'tentnui daily supply of of Colonial Oan".of, .Amtriea. Bnldtnt. in sonnel the company would be
IntlU of hortastr. neither are they vitamin keeps the birth b..1th,..tIlpa Florida'190' > *"' given the use of the nearby Sot*

born thieve, It.. all a matter Dad Migratory Farm Labor Camp
of proper training of property' 'when It I* completed, according WI
value and the light at others. 700 ATTEND .. .. .. ''' .. 'If' Information gathered from in*
Sometime children take things ta r' I formed source

adjust tome, lack of happiness Jn OUR IN
their own live when they htvenot ,f.0ontlnu from Page ling) at .BOYS RYl.CE IM tMNd Man DIM
MIl party was declared .....
been taught tile proper attitude
toward ttte 1f111IUIIn.\ test a* only M* couple came'tort ., LKSBiBSHitSiMESSAGETROM .. ." En Route W Key Welt
e e e ward. The surprise of the tV -

The. annownaeraent that the USugae.Q0. ., Ming was the excellent daac. *CUM* A' . . -,THE. CANAI1.ZONE Stricken suddenly while aroul., '
to .
*4ducedoeal by a. awiy orsaalad ; Wry, West wKM-h.1* ,wits W
3. .tt _plMMiag as to addaurchtftaajlnf ', orthwtra cbinposeJ 'of low; tUt. ...... 'tHaa Jhe,itate. or at east it aa* edan 21044 his et aattrIts oeloiegl
a* plant at 'doie.boela'your
.ClewlstOA.e* most there. Is not' ctrl Waa4.AinitsW.w.e: CIIIdM],. YGIi III't)' .'.... ,44 me I't.iweewwl b..TFiltritts't717fairNj.. .:

an initial effort ta masse alarch In 004111 8111- -wmar, 'oMwIIIn.ohaMctallhUD' paper brougbi _.-:ne and tAe'elf ifto. .elmdaf'41'.yWt.t:
Florida. rrty .. a.4 Mitt XVkleaJi laiN! a..*... !.WIrtatr..fade OceailaaaJl/ bin'IS.to y
tin-a.OkfeM add ObaervWtWaarM trwio. OuriM M iirtemlailatk:|away IDle the.airHaii...thaUr: alune JMtperhapa 4n .red stand an" i
'*)(, .<'ataxy, 'the Mia Mildred aVixman. xlasghWrK "'a As.si !kreJipiiigo Vtl jrou ar ahav jawd i ithadOsC sal..d the body to a Min
Seminal ta Co.of DaUad, harvested tin. Clifford+ cKpbetl,!...: 1 4i 4 I. t ; for, &VeW dries t,7iorassuleesrJattlrisii' 'r""'

and most Into Staten over. |jooo 'As Insult-u'| amm Jty' .. Sheri I i ieriar :11. "e-bq 6'I&&tbi
tons. of-daMae* M11% iisaaMtnl .teat W sssrtlywarty tU.be .. two ttondks tlhwp. sad tetl .ev.eytNpgtg t>}tl4r' ,
a aIt aoapleM MaUqweeavThe 1'weWf.rr4liaj+MrMasil /Tha anny'post aa) .walen aur
,...". tna ptllaaohy af Edttt 1 "' 'Rot rjdubtJi*- .lar. .. ikcetiiat f. Ms Sh!tftke! iatiaJloft is :Seated*M.eue'ef'the'lq
H.....-* Bye at Potato HUT etI.ta:AaaMla UeiiaA4. ID *thMet .. -tlMdeta Mesk. .tAe trajesuitiful4a mJhara. Ali the t -Ae leepa ::
.ie .troaUattaM' wtfa ... aattallaa Jind. tow\... Mad*ire fitber'pav4
and.,.... ...... a4itaf "\bata I so t.keB. cfltled la '
.mMjarfus-anOaal da4 a Job elst.. *.itallsnr..q"MKf tests fftan,twa.ntl*>ivaa jracrMWtwenty >(ti ploaFSOd dteesiiealhs Sir! +4. w scat
) to express thetf apprecteUoftthe of i r'N .-al4nkg'aard r.ara.'. s'
wouldal ,w4 JII' of *se .toref
r M rorfc, 1ft.me.when' i d
,. 'oosi tontetll.,: . ..
,Mwld'corn .DPG: 1\," Jhavaa I . 1 CNN
which the : a.
yeyatd:.eeple tourMmta7hrfor..hecuba
** ..sM rtluUkuvl,
., . -. taMwwttl> 41 sprayed Pat tae.au
.1 tJMU" bL
." :MUunJ tc t l,61UP+ -VIEW'. fire* tnyarnideitt *y+. .. .... = =Is, It =ty

**iry ,and wngU for Uw 'school .< sitar xa cI, **" & P ** aU MM* rtx tfu4ri
: of the Jlotary Ctuk, .
j p..Dara toryne* 46.VWthllt jtef ; .. ._
wise IhaMi *taerrteee .1. trit.lr ve a 3 +4u
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\ each _1kMft his ... stair. 'hash
(MntutadUe .. ,
: or Maj -
IInDIt drof
I. was :reminded of the- ttty firl wart aukiM tkla ant ...aiiaiij 1181 ,.b Ltlrh'Day -1+ll1 71111sega1a .$bon' ba r pcb sc..q'g..Ilf. t711etwl
"" who was havleainBanar (a1 .'- HaOaweeav pexty: .a-. \, ....Jill. tatlrr 0 i3s gels, :.ell ,t'e lc.rttaa. it .iaa9 1'
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\ i Friday, November 7, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Fire t tIn. !

I broken leg was In the hospital Mr and Mr*. Q. Abbondandola home la the SUUnf cottage on
several days this week. moved to Palm Villa In Redland Avenue B.
and Mr*. Edith Cramer of Miami un Saturday. I

Around ,,derwent" operation In the hospital ".,.. Mr. and Mr*. Jack Freeman and ,;
today. Mr. and Mr*. Salvatore )(uau. children-moved Tuesday from the 4
f Pexttr Albury wu returned to meta and family arrived Saturday SIlverman apartment to the Sim. .
Homestead ,hit horn la Islamorada after re. from Hannibal, N. Y mono apartment on Eighth street.
ceivtng hospital treatment for several \

days.FLORIDA. Mr*. J. Miller of Pennsylvania The Men' Clan of the Com.
I arrived Friday for a visit with her munity Church will serve a fish
em aunt Mr*. Gertrude Batchektr I fry Saturday evening Nov I, in
Mr nd Mr*. Joseph E. OauI Mr. and Mr. Walter Welu have
:, I ten,' Jr. returned Friday from I, ** guest I Min Emma Ackermanof I By .... W. W. SmryMr Mr. and Mr*. L. H. Keiter and the Sunday IChoolrooma.
two-week wedding trip to St. Au.i Long IilandMr family et Cberryvllle. N. C. who .;
Mr. and Mr* t Means and
and point an the wen t
i gusting
arrived lilt
week have taken the
few days' inHomMleed I *. Lucy Hole arrived Saturn.:1'h randy ten for the Key Friday. .
> gout to spend a *. Quincy Myer will return Sevary Sane on Palm avenue for
batons going to their day from Ill. to spend
today from tbaaeaaw
,, mm new ham..,.351 B. W..Thirteenth -, IOn, William week Mien,vlttt In.JacJuon-with her the winter on-ln-Uw Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Temarehle
and daughter Mr. and Mr W. H of New York arrived Saturday
.terrace U Miami.. vllle Hiama-;;
....:........ She< ring from till recent illness and
'. ; )ft. t&d Mr John Andrew Mrs G. 'T. .Tomerlln and I 1* now able to be'out again.Mr tap Court
. Mrs M.
enterti fining Mr Webb'ssoother. SOverman of Miami:
Webb are Edward
returned last
Mr Wm. Webb'of JAM- week from Beach was I visitor In town Mon. Mr. and Mr*. Sat BarbafaUar
a visit U Middleton, Miss and Mr E. W. S yard
Held Ga. and his liter, Mn.;Gilbert day. I daughter, Joan, of Miami vtiltedrelative and family are .visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Torcise.For
Jeaf'of Fort Lauderdale, and
: .
Mia Sue More the here Sunday.Mr.
.1 Jean' baby spent weekend Mr. and Mr Sam LaAoceo
.. Mr, daughter in Coral CoM, and
--=- Jane Fuch visiting Mill soar arrived Sunday from Hanni and Mr*. Antony Fertile results OM Leader
;i. Mr. and, Mr*. Paul' Teuton cJ bal!, N. Y. for the season tad ton Chick, arrived lat week Enterprise! Classified Ada
1 Miami were recent guests of Mrs. Mr. I from New York and are now at
and Mn L.
,11 Teuton'Mr and Mr brother-in-law. T. E. KUbjMr ad. sister, pending Saturday for Kama S. Rogers City after lef are Mr.expected and Mr to*..arrive Hobart from Brocket tbelr I.. . . . aaa a . . . aaa . j
several month In Home

*. J R. Chamblli returned' .lead. summer Conn., this home week.In North Haven, i: How Are These For i :

'i recently from Bar Harbor Mich. -
+ ;where she ha been vUltlngMr Mn K. K. Bradley 'ot. Miami Mr. and Mr*. Phillip tfatoll of .
ana Mr*. Mildred Tyrell of Long Oswega N. Y, arrived last week
: bland visited Mr. and Mr Paul for the winter. i; Used Car' Bargains? :
"* and Mr*. A. R. Meybem. Reynolds Wedneiday. :..- I
Mr*. Cto W. Turner, Miss Helen
Mr*. Selma MatUon returned to :. .
L Llvlngitoq and Mid Eitelle: Turner Mr. and MIL Clifford
visited( Bitcyane Pay Chapter yesterday from Boston Titus arrived fora > 'Cape her ion-ln-Uw Sable Friday after visiting'j:. 1939 BUICK COUPE.: Radio; good tires; origMjnal
daughter, Mr.I
ft the O. E. S In Miami Monday.
visit with Mn .
Titui' father., J and Mr*. Johnny Becker, for six
H. Robert week I. print. Priced to sell. .
Mn. C. D. Bethel of Way crow, I I a
Ga, I II pending a week In Princeton 1 T J. Harris, Cart .
Deden, S. s. Phillip MerkowiU who has cc.cupied I: aa
visiting relative and friend.I I Beam and Jenson Fleming madea the Doxee cottage for sev. 1941 PONTIAC 6 BUSINESS COUPE. Very
} trip to Fort Pierce Wednesday 'eral week moved to Homestead little mileage; new tires; radio. ..Priced to "
Mb Carol Lee who I* a high 'to view the tomato crop in that :Saturday. a sell. *
school senior at Moatverd School ection.
; They report extensive .
of Montverde, Fla. will arrive to. I planting there.JAM2a . Word has been received by .
't" day to spend the week-end with friends here that Ralph Dnmond 1937 BUICK BUSINESS COUPE. Good condition -

Her parent, Mr and Mn Curtis AROrtE SilinsBOSmu Df North Haven, Conn* 1* In | a ; rood tires; radio. a
t Lee In'Sliver Palm. .
NIWI hospital recovering from I (ever* .
u : Mr. and Mr*. Jeff Caitellow of J heart attack. 1938 BUICK 4-DOOR SEDAN. New paint and .
: Mr. and[ Mr*. Claude D lgle arrived Hollywood are announcing the seat covers; radio. Priced right. \1
'. I lat:Friday from .Oornam, birth of a nine-pound daughter, Dr Lenard W. Has&% : a i
Me, to spend the farming season Barbara Marie, la the Janet GLASSES : .,,1933 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR SEDAN, Good .
[ lo'South Allapattah Garden. ,Archer Smith Hospital cm Monday a
' J t \, :...;;;;;;:, Mn..AUaa RUatm,',and .infant I[aaa .lee: '-III' ], transportation.. Cheap .

4 k MrVand Mrs'a At'West,****' ja+th ter..,Loivtta. BootV*yi! be M r" .... r-- I. '1941 PONTIAC' I, C PASWNCER COUPE. .
, diitghter.rarcil e.od.aoe, *lV: ii,4Mn returned. to tbeir Jiome Sunday.Ml ; : . ; .. I
I :. a .. radio almost at used
+ Veto Jlw crrsaels..nd'in.T a e w4er **- -*Pr MJr'AlIen- *' .wrhqliaa..a.I? a 0riIi1.OOO. .; new -
I. tMr"4\I44a&&W<<-in. -- - 'n :. car rice.. Sm'mm tUn $ OO.OO. .

,. 1"Isw.':" ,t.xDerwt-ImpleMre. .. ._tDrkesF : ti ;J.7J iJIi. ..... .'lltt PONTIAC 4-000R DeLUXl SEDAN. J

., This car used to demonstrate) looks and Z I 0
i, | Hen n rieinleta; president
M s toe Red latrd'!:.T..A;-9ia ere- Sears oebUc and CO.BISCAVn : rung like new Save over $400.00. t

turn today from. the convention a

a of and' t the Teacher Florida held Congress la Tampa.of narent' E OULfVAPAT. 13t ST : Preston B. Bird Motor Company : I

Mr*.:grace; McUllan.: Smith\ .
yesterday to spend the' .win,. mmil f. rr D ,,PAf\"fr' rT, SI0f\E 1:[.South'IG'ome Ave It 5th Street Phone IS JSISJB
tit I
; Daughter withher Vr. and aoa-in-law Mr,.Joel and J. I. fustpla . . . . . a 1

1JpI n..I4rI. ,Smotja ha*.been
Visiting her ion, McLellaa Smith,
Ia Washington, D. C. and her
.mnson?.calhoun.Beauehamp in
WUliamston, G*. '

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'- """ 1N std of'Polarir 'sad" :"'-:0..'" about J per nett Ansetolrslssad.jha. .

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I ) . . Social Events. in South Dade : 1

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-- 7-Meeting of Episcopal
Crartr W. Little. Jr on of Thom who witnessed the wedding Auxiliary at home of Mrs. Edw. Plane for holding a cafeteria' one to invited to attend the din
Mr and M.... C W. Little, and were: Mr. and Mra. Brown. Stlllng. I dinner In the Loaner building Sat ner. Both five-cent and ten-cent
Mill Doris Awry, daughter o( Mn.I M.... Little Mn. A. L Bridges, Nov. 7-Meeting of Ad Astra urday. Nov. 22, to get fund for item will be on the menu.
R. O. Brown of Perrlrie, were Miss Llllle Little. Mr. BreedUW Chapter honoring district officer the South Dade Red Cross sewing Mn. Virgil Lyon donated a songbook
married at } o'clock Tuesday night and Wesley and Jean Brown., unit of which It 1* sponsor were : to the club.
Nov. 7 Lecture
lit UM parsonage of the' South The bride wa graduated from, on pyramids by made by the Homestead Business I Member voted to make a chargeof
Dr. Wilfred S.
Miami Baptist Church by the pasfor Ponce de Leon High School In Feb Hale In Fkrlda and Professional Women'i Club of, one dollar for .each time the
City town halt
the Rev. A. L. Bridget.Mr ruary. Homestead at It* meeting In the club piano In the Chamber of Corn
*. Mays Brcedlovt was matron The bridegroom a basket ball Nov. 10-Meetlnf of Monday I Chamber of Commerce building I merce building to used. Mr*. Cha*.
of honor and Ruther Sullivan was iUr,' was graduated from Hane-' Music Club at home of Mr*. H. K4 'Monday evening. I Clinton. music chairman. was
the best man. stead High School In 1938 and WUr Foulk at J.JO: o'clock. Mn. Herbert Katz wa made placed In charge of the rental of

The bride wore a dress of white attended the University of MUtnl.: Nov. It-Business meeting of chairman and all member of the: the. piano. ,
taffeta mad with flared skirt and He to a member. of one of the Homestead Woman' Club In clubhouse 1 club were placed on her commlt-I Plan WIre made for presenting
three-quarter length sleeves. Her pioneer famille of.Homeitead. i at 3 o'clock. tee. I gift of tropical fruit to tate officers '

coinage wit made of pink ,ladloU.Th. The young couple 11'11Uve In, Nov. U-RedlaiM P. T. A. meetIng Others in the community inter.1 at the district meeting In
matron of honor was attired Homestead where the bridegroom in school auditorium. ] cited in the Red Cross project are Battle Creek Sanitarium Sunday
In blue. 1* farming. I invited to contribute "covereddishes" I when the Homestead and Hialeah
Nov. 12 of
-Meeting Redland W.
I or other food and :,club will be the hottest
every group. .
...r S. C S. at home of Mrs. Geo. E. .

I ""* OF W. S. C. S. OF HOMESTEAD CHURCH 'Nov.. -Meeting- of Presbyterian MRS. ADRIAN. JACOBS WILL-AGAIN' BE

Auxiliary la church. HEAD OF HOMES ,PATRONS"Mr
Nov., 14-Homestead P. T. A.

president Mn. L.of C.the' Dodd Woman'wa Societyof elected presented meeting in school auditorium.Nov. *.. Adrian Jacob :; ;reelected : portatlon Mr. And.M .:Ceo. L,. .

Christian Service of the Home WiUiomt. 14-Homestead school band I president of the Homestead Murray, Mr; and Mn Lunar Kin
stead Methodist Church at meeting Present were: Mn. C. D. Faker concert in Legion Park. Band Patron at a meeting bald.4r1ek i mebsbee.Wp.Nit Cart An.,
Tuesday afternoon In the Mn. E. S. Caplinfer Mn. J. 'A. -Nov. 11. -National Art Week Monday night'in the music'room denon;,'publicity,:Mob., Frank, B. '
church. Mn. Dave Williams wa McNeill, Mn. O. L. Showalter,: observant I by. Homestead Art of )he him echool. Rue t.finance,'Jin. David Barnes, .
r4-elected recording .ernta..,.. Mn. H. L. Brandenburg, Mn. Geo.Ranson Jdub.Nov.. I The ether officers are: tint vice, loin. 'W..Eo Rheney, Mn c. H. ,
Others elected were: first vlce- Mrs. A. S Moye, Mn. 17-Election meeting 'of ,president Wm. J. Geronimo;" tee' Steffani, president Mrs. B. M. Hindman; H. L. Brown Mr. T. A. Ferguson,' Garden Club at home of Mn. EU and vice-president, Dr. Frank Scarborough; and chaperons, Mr.
second vice-president. Mn. Earl Mn. J. A.' Antenon Mr.' J. A.Daugherty .- berta Buie. Hausman; and secretary and and Mrs- Murray and Mr,' and

Pacetti; and corresponding secretary Mn S. F. Matthew, Nov. IT-Program meeting of treasurer Mrs. Ruth L. Scott. Mrs. C. Hagler Rice.
Mn. A. M. Logan. Mn Dan Mn. J. L. Ballard. Mr*. Robert Homeeted B. P. W. C. Mn. W. E. Rheney, Mn. Wm. -
Williams was made chairman of ,Glenn, Mr*. Mollie Wlngate, Mn. I J. Geronimo and Mn. Frank D. Mr. and Mr. Curtis E. Lee hadas
Nov. 17 of
Chrl"tlnlI'I'lal relations and local John Williams, Mn. Dan Williams, Home Demonstration-Meeting Princeton I Rue were on the nominating com dinner guests Sunday Dr. and
work Mn. Dave William, Mn. Dodd Club at I mittee. Mn. C. Weston Sander of Ben

Plans for a fish fry to be given Mrs Hindman. Mn Pacttti Mr. home Nov.of Mrs. Russell Hamm. I Mn. Lamar Kendrick was.appointed ton, 111.
18-All-day meeting of W.
tomorrow in the municipal park LoganMiss Jennie Lobdell and
''I historian. Committee
; appointed
were completed, and a program Mist Helen Livingston. I S.State C Park.S. circles at Royal Palm', by Mr*. Jacob were: Irani. WANT ADS PAYTWO

Nov. 18':-Business meeting of I
I "
HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB FOR 194142New Nov. 18-tAU-day, meeting of
I I Homestead W. S. C. S. circles.at, !

Royal Palrn State Park.. I .
committee for U* Sed- June. Nov. .18-MeeUng of Gleanen "
lund Jf"". Demonstration Club Miss Eunice Crady, county home at home of Mn. Labon Bishop,-Jr..Nov. .

were appointed by the president, demonstration, agent, talked on 19" -Meeting of University I
,proper feeding ol the family in Club at home of Mn. Ruth L.I IScott. lot the Price or ONE
Brannon at
Mn. D. M. a meeting
UM defense "
program.A .
only ONE CEN1
of the club\ Friday In Redland I prut
: work meeting to learn Italian .Nov. 20-Work meeting of Red
Community Church. quilting will be held Nov. 10 In land Home Demonstration Club. 2 MORE DAYS
Tile chairman for clothing

Mr;. E. A. Carter; canning Mra.1 the Present church.were: Mn. J.' Lawrence'"Woman'Nov. 21 Club Social of the meeting Redlands.Nov. .of' Fri.-Sat, Nov:7-8

Seymour Dane; 4-H, Mrs. J. Scott, Mrs. H. H. Burbank, Mrs, S2-;..Cafeteria dinner in ,
filled sale. ,
Wysong; home Improvement, E. L. Wade, Mr, Harry Reely Leaner building for benefit Of Miltionfof thrifty shopper Joel for this gigantic .
W. D. Mahan: home management, Mn. J. W. Porte, Mn. Carter, Mn South Dude Red Cross'Unit. On ipeeiel occasions we offer a few of the Items advertised' here at
Mrs. E. r. Ray; exhibit and recrea.tlon. Brannon Mrs, Dane, Mn. Haste Nov. 24-Program meeting of prices lower than regular list p.icei. But at no time do we agar this
.< Mr*. W. W. Hastings; handicraft ing*, Mr*. Wysong, Mn. January,I Homestead Art Club. merchandise at inch rock-bottom prices at during this sate"
Mrs. E. A. Barnes; membership Mr*. Baker Mr*. Bam... Mr*. Ray, Nov. -Meetfng' of 'Woman's Notice Due taxational Emergency Conditions we may not be able
Mrs. A. W. January; food and Miss Estelle Turner. to Add
Club of Homestead. additional merchandise when these Stocks are exhausted. Be
and nutrition, Mn. M. A. Baker; '
I Nov. 25 Guest ltere> early and avoid disappointment.
day meeting of
and garden, Miss Estelle Turner MX. AND MUS. 8. L.. LeCADf
A priM will be given the member GIVE: SUPPE rAITT Homestead at :S o'clock.Woman'* Club In clubhouse AS LON AS THE SUPPLY LASTS

garden who from makes now until the best the last home of Mr. and Mn. S. L. LeCaln entertained . Nov. 29-Junior Woman' Club Two large 50c tolllti of I L.t COL'and Pkg.of '
at covered dish
to -- a supper cabaret. \ 200 Kfenie FACIAL TISSUES
at their home on Bauer drive Dec. Christmas party of Legion A valve that
.d yea will especially "UI< 4m\1\
BAPTIST CO-ED: CLASS the past matron and past patrons and Legion Auxiliary at 8.30 ,.U.... wider *.<*. YM'H .love lppr.Sol for keeping AI& rot
INSTALLS OFFICERS of Biscayne Bay Chapter of the o'clock. 4 e ills mi heads despite wind and son.
George Koconte wag Installed O. E S. and the husbands and REMEMBER-Pies Ors to a Cwtacew .:. 51029e

president of the Co-Ed Class of wive of the honor guests. Mr. and Mn. J. H. Colwell and
the First Baptist Church of Home. Sin IClenzo 2 for 311c Size Slog 8roshloss 2 for
After the supper, contests, garnetj I Mr. and Mn. Eliason of Miami
stead at a social meeting held S"AVINq CREAM 30e SHAVING CREAM 4UeM
singing were enjoyed. I i,Shore were recent guests of the
Tuesday evening at the borne of Present were: Mr. and Mr;: Geo I Rev.,and Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel of ANTISEPTIC .
the teacher Mn W, T. McConnelL '' W. Turner of Homestead, Mr. and i Redland. Their coming was a ours 131 SOLUTION P nfeu7 Rubbing Alcohol

D. R. Snyder wa the installing .Mr*. J. r.,House, Mr, and Mrs J'j I prise,'and they: brought with them lot fo stito so a aodb COMPOUND
officer. i ilI..t E. Porter.' Mr: and Mrs.'W. a picnic lunch.' Wait /w disaaolLA .f For akkresnt er ton 't1 ,

Other officer Installed Were: Strahan Mr. and Mn. W. Cecil i 1 I ) solids. *a a pre).. Am* .we..,......Free A rubdown from 'LList. wi 7.)
Mil Lillian Mira even when d'a yo
vice-president. I Watson, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Swan,. be 1, oil,ay. Aids rid
SwIUey second vice-president Mr. and Mrs. J. A.,Anderson Mr ;
.. Miss Eleanor Sullivan; third -v\ce..1 and Mrs. W.:'D. HlUabaek.-*!*.J]I 4% F4 Zt 50. .a === 2f'c51.1r. j

president: : ,Orvi( Irwin; fourth and Mr*. John J. Holland, Mr. and ;, m '-11-
Miss Lucille West I /i I
; sec. Mrs. J. 1C Robblru. Mr. and Mn.
retary and treasurer Will lam.Me-1' F.'I. Monk Mn and Mrs. Walter I ., i

Connell; and department iupfintendent I H. Combs, Jr*Mrs. Alice E. Baker,'I I 'Z. OU011144
Leon Pane. i THIS ALE ONI
Mn..C L. Grove, Mn. Annie Bolllnger I
Miss Mary Fillet. Mist I I :JOe tubes R.JloIl Milk:of Mogneria' j '
LOCAL PRESBYTERIANS Mary Spach, Winifred Clark and I 3
i TO ATTEND MIAMI BANgCETFigllt I.Clyde Tolson. . )" I : 'TOOTII PASTE ... .... i il
members of the Homestead i '
Presbyterian Church will attend Mr. alljllll'lo-p'ii; Reynolds and l Nere II a lopew wise l-the ...y"; : only 1

the banquet given .at 1M Shenan. .sons. Gene and Joe, were dinner . -. ... i the arses prlco wool Of'-"T Nawalses to a tub"swtts for I'I

doah fretbyterlan Church In Miami guests of Mr.'and Uri Ralph Raymond . lonltmn withTberakja*. awbMterleM I I acidIt clee_ AUf U U*,|Me 491l c 1l
Saturday night lit honor of ,In Miami'Tuesday. method itCoolA l N *. sloes| "(.,,*,'... Clip His CM...
Dr. Ed*. D. Grant Of Richmond sae aom/oelobieI/ ( I t t. ..... slops **.. $

executh secretary of rellglou I l furs 1I
education in the Presbyterian for'PUCE'S _
Re S I .scent wa.cr
church of the United State Dr. rra.
Grant I* to teach one of the five DENTIST : care aMe .
.. courses offered In the Presbyterian | .a.Irw i i M

'... training school that begin Sun. 5>Blee Btfro 10. In. I p. *! f .=.... ,. !
dav>afternoon t 1:3o'o'c\ock., .
...... attend, : the banquet Fes,4ayf* atr 1'Ctoaed ..." "-- ..-. I' ,.

\, ":'wiiI be Mr. itid Mrtf J. W. trwrn Saturdays "II BEAUTY"; I f:JJD XI'DRUG' =

Mrsj op. p. Blake, Mn. 3 It. HoU .
ttrfy "IIGo .,Lola :JBehrena.' Mr I Free Parking Space fj ..T SALOM I :now 38 aw .1.1' '
Johfc A. me*;* and Joe Hlckson.Mr tile -..c.Ie .
*.. .,A. .... and Mr.Hkk- e 7N K.,W, SITU 8T, MLUlrf ,, _gae ah.esd, owseestiwss r :::" 1!' .r. '"nftCC'O..CI'YU"UAt.wAI' :

on' kavt.chaJIVJooa> Mr Uaneot > 001 nme 36,I=I ................. 1It flit _ ,,_ _4... . _ .. .. '..
tor the training schooL i I


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i Friday. November 7, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Seven



Social EventsJUNIOR I Education Week and Book Week ; 111
I will be given at I meeting of theHomestead I
RAIZ First tauertloa. 104 line; subsequent Insertion*
: r'ti.T, A. net Friday :
Afternoon In Eva King Cooper
,School audlurfliWn. .

WOMAN'S'CLUB CESI I I I The Homestead P. T. A. executive FOR RENT : LOANS
AN : board voted Wednesday to 1- I

I COMMITTEES FOR ANNUAL CABARETPractice i give the Homestead High School ,I 4I, LOANS TO MODERNIZE,
partly furnished house.
,band $25, the Christmas Cheer REPAIR AND REMODEL
The:; !I fund $5, the elementary school I 8th lve. nd Ind it, N. W.pn7) I Grove, Residential and Brines
for the fourth club voted to allow the library $27 and the high achool Property are available through

Junior Woman' Club cabaret to Safety Patrol Boy of Homestead I[library $25. It also voted to give j BROOKER LUMBER CO. INC.

be given Nov. 29 In the Chamber High School to have charge of the,two rain coats to the Safety Patrol FOR RENT-Two-$edroom apartment ,Suggestion:
parking for the cabaret boys who are receiving like ill electric, furnished, tfnlnnUi
. ,, i I gifts !
cf Commerce building by the Jun'| I Add extra room or porches
I Present at the meeting were: I from other organization drive from Homestead
1 New roof and other repairs
lor Woman'i Club of Homesteadwill Mn. James L. Bird, Mrs. Stanley Mrs. J. Roman, way and means Federal highway & Biscayne, Convert Into apartmentConvert

start Monday evening at 'I'' Wittkop. Mrs. Ansel Barrow, Mrs. ,!chairman, presented a budget'for drive Modello., Mr Eva Col- house garage Into duplex apt
o'clock in the Chamber of Com.jnerte .'I R. E. Sherard, Mn Oxford, Mn.i ,the year which total $330. tin. MONTHLY PAYMENTS

building, Mrs. Lillian Con-:i Ennls, Mn. Wynn, Mr*. Bemecker, i The annual membership drive
RESIDENCE! of Ernest P. Hoberts. $IOG, 11 mo. repay $5B 'mo.
': ':Mr*. Walker, Mrs. Greene,. Mrs. of the association close today.
: VaMyiwhohsdtrectod'tna three Avocado dr. and Ttnn. rd. Also $1000, 31 mo.-repay $J1.M mo.
Mf -
Turner.. DeBerry Mrs. I
n ? ,
Jprmet jeabarito-.jlvtn.br .Tenn. Avocado. $1000, 60 mo.-ftJlq$2U1 mo
-' : tjie.fjlub: Wright, Mrs. Haivlson, Mrs. Glenn, PRESBYTERIAN AtTXIUARt voltage on near
' .. -'Jmve-iharte ofj this1 ''year'sr''eve t I!Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Dendy. Mn.!HOLDS ALL-DAT MEETINQBandage wia details apply.to Martin' $5000, to ma-repay 101.23,11'\0o.

. *'..t'yDhediartoAsli W participate I'Walton Miss Geraldine Reitx and I for a Presbyterian ho*, "Fitting SlaUoa. ,(024-tf) Loans Can Be Secured

I ,' ; .iiu'tbir.-biaat. ;.b;' kl.the;;:I Min Whitaker.7GARDEN' pita In' Africa were' made a.t an FOR RENT: -_ newly turn. To Mod rnIze and Repair

btt1)dlDCM6Ddg2 c.iu! ids all-day meeting'of the Woman'i toned apartment. Private bath, ,LEASED OR MORTGAGED
CLtH TO ELEcT 'Auxiliary of the Homestead Presbyterian battled gas .to".. Reasonablerate. PROPERTY.

elded. NEW OFFICERS NOV. ITOfflcen Church on Oct. 30 at the C. H. Lawrence, 102 N.
Mr*. 'Augustus 'Wynn 'is chair I I for the South Dade Garden home of Mrs. Carl r. Robinson. w., lat St. (AI2-U) f Loans for NEW CONSTRUCTION

man of the. cabaret. ,Other,chairmen I Club will be elected at a Bight chapter of the book, of Commercial Buildings are also

I :and committee ,are; talent, I meeting to be held Nov. 17 at the -Why Stand Thee Idle", were re- FOR RENT-Restdence la Florida availableon MONTHLY PAYMENT -

: Mr*. T. J. Walker Mr Ceo. H. home of Mrs ElberU Bule members viewed by Mn. Frank G. Hathaway i Cty; f bedrooms, fireplace, aleo1 PLAN through. Bronker

P ;Mlearl Whitaker( decided at 'a meeting held Mn Paul Haley,-Mri..Glean 1 trie" atove'running hot and cold j Lumber Co.Wayside "'

and Mr. Wynn; press and pub'licity Monday at the home of Mrs. AnnieR !Pule Mr*. M. M? Black, ,.ra. water, two bathroom; reasonable Stands, Barns, Gasoline

Miss Whitaker and Mrs Butler. Mr*. YAw J. Norman; l Frank Robinson, Mrs. J, M. Hot rent.Apply Leader-Enter Stations Utility Bids, Tourist

Harold Oxford'; advertising (postal Jr. Mn. H. M. Brown and Mn. I ferty, Mn. D. P. Blake and Mn. priI.. I Cabins, Real Estate Office, Garage,

card, handbills, posters, programs H. J. Derbyshire form the nominating W. L. Sawyer Poultry Buildings, and various
), Mrs. Olin Wright Mrs. committee. A covered dish luncheon was FOR SALE ;Other industrial and commercial

Herbert Turner and Mr. Robert Each members gave an account served. i''buildings are eligible inside or

Clenn, Jr.;" decorations, Mr. of her summer activities. I Present also were: Mn. R. E. 2 FORDSON tractors ready to ''outside city limits.MONTHLY .

Frank Bernecker. Miss Ellen Huff, Present were: Mn. Herman Trotter, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson, work. Reasonably priced. Over- PAYMENTS

Mrs. Whitney Beam, Mrs. F. B. Helnleln: Mn. T. E. Kirby, Mn Mra. Vane N. Harris, Mn. J. A. seas Motor Co. Phone 292. $100, 18 mo-repay $598 mo.

Greene,'. Mri. Bruce Ennls, Mrs. Edw. J. Norman, Jr., Mrs. Edw. 'Ricks, Mn. Jaai Hannon, Jr. Mn. (N7-tf) $1000, 38 mo.-repay $3104 mo.
W W. Allan rend Mrs E. A. J. Norman Sr., Mrs. Mollie Wln.l I R. Y. Burr, Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle. : $2500, 36 mO.-repay $7985 mo.
Buchanan; refreshments, Mrs. Bur- gate Mrs. Ben Young Mn. O. W 'Mn. Glenn Bule, Mrs. A. A. BOY'S BICYCLE-Good condition I -
'ley Dendy, Mrs. Allan; Mrs. Fielding Calkins, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson. Payne. Mn Jas. Nesbitt, Mrs balloon tires; also kerosene wa- I We also have F H. A. LOANS

Ruff. Miss Huff Mrs Virginia I Mr.* M. M. Black, Mr*. Joe Gertrude Batchelor. Mrs. J. W. ter heater. Mr M. A. Berger I for New Homes payable monthly

Walton; tickets, Mrs. CliftonDe Kamps, Mn. R. J. Shepherd Mn. i Irwin, Mn. Geo. M. Frlck Mn. Krome and N. W. 10th. (NT) oxer 20-25 years.

Berry; reservations. Mrs. Roberta i J. M. Dobbin Mra. W. K. Haas, I IMn. R. C. Jackson, Mr*. A. F, Darling, FOR SALE-Stake body Ford I I -
Harrison Mrs. Ruff Mrs. I Mn. W. H. Owens Mn. J. R. i We furnish everything-Ideas,
D. M. Mri. Chas. truck late '38 model
Shetzline. pick-up ,
R. J. Elliott, Mrs. L. T. Proctor. ) Mn. Chaa. Mn. Ja Brook and Miss Lula Redding. A-l I plans, estimates and material,
Ooley, Pratt good heavy duty tlrei. con.
:Mrs ,n.tehfr Bryant Mr*. De.i I There Is no> obligation In i McCready, Mn. Bowen Mr*. Derbyshire ., ditlon. $400 cash. W. P. Mv-
I cussing need with ui. Phone
Berry! and Mrs. Glenn -tables and I your
; Mrs. Buie and Mn. But READ THE WANT-ADS rick Homestead. (pn-7)
rill. We'll the
or gladly explain
Chairs, Mrs. Greene, Mrs. Oxford, ler. -
Mrs. Walton and Mrs Bryant;,costume FOR SALE-Baby guinea*-3 I!service.
:.and cast Mrs. Dendy; contest months old. 5Pc each. Helen BROOKER LUMBER CO.

Mrs.'Entils;vaiters /AausU Whiting Ferreyra, Roberta road Phone tt Box MSHemetteU.

M Wynjv Elbert lk.UvaivlW.W.Allan YOU CAN bEEt. "just, north of Avocado drive' FU.

;, ushers, Olln Wright Cal-U)

, t.4. Oldendorf Fletcher Bryant,. E1 We don't mean_ merely that REAL ESTATE
IF. ilonlt Frank- Bemecker, R. PAPAYAS, 5c a pound. Mm. Keltl i
;you can see reflections In a Car 'Jackson 115 S. 2nd it
1i-' Eherlrd.and Ceo..H. ritzpatrick.V W. ,
( Eighteen "rfoilars and .seventyWfiVe. we wash. W* do mean, you'll Homestead.
.. cents anJAdense4aVings- see the brilliant improve/nent list with J. K. Dorn, Grove Specialist -

uunp--'wrdcti rut trees and tropics fruit k I Arcade. Phone 3-24S3. (pnT
.' bond-anda. be
urkeywill Car'i good-looks! Preserves -
I. your season. Jungle Grove. Reg".read
glverwa jr la-a eontest-tha' night; its finish; keep It young- and Plummet drivw. j I
of Ue cabaret f WANTISDWANTED
1i looking longer--at trifling ex
1I W. M. V. CIRCLES HOLD pense.TEXACO NAME LAW -A few hundred dot.
10 NOVEMBER MEETINGS BnoVnbTnod'otolrtns to *Mta** tm viMlwaa I Ian worth 'of Homestead BuildIng -

1 W. M. U. Circle One ot the First ender PLATINUM ko knltloo. SHOP aaaw LOAM at CARTER DFPART.MENT. S. I tt Loan Assn. stock. Quote

Baptist Church of Homestead voted I ONE-STOP intends la Mlatrr tho MM MUM I J j i price In first letter, Address
with th* Clark of the Circuit Coat of I 1 Box A-13B Leader-Enterprise.
Tuesday to sponsor the Intermediate derideD.t..d ,
Dade Cwintr "
,O. -A. Themeeting was held : IONE.AND. JCISSAMProp this Ortohw tdttl. '141.THARLM (NT21)TUTORING \

:at the home of Mrs. T. D. Fetch% | North. Krome Arcnue Homestead, Florida ROBERT L.I.JONES CARTER I' :-.

and Mrs. Catherine Plckard: and Oct.. 14. II. N<... 1. 14. I'. tau WANTED Higft
Mrs. Piche were hostesses. Mrs I school and grade school subject
''1'. T Bowen will be leader of the HOME NAM* LA.NMICJI" Mrs.' H. J. Armstrong A. B,

group. HOLIDAYS-AT I .............W dailritie FIKHERY t. GIVEN*..... tint in kiwi.IM the. Flummer drive and Country :
Mrs. Bowen spoke on "W M. U. __ tM Thanksgiving Is a HOME-day under the flrlltkMM. ..._ of THE Club road.
Training School in Home Mission rrrt TOURIST HOME. ........ to nthirtIII
occasion. Let It remind you that ..
same with the Clerk of Circuit Court
*"; Mr. Dexter Home, on d Dad eo, ,..,.. Florida.BFRTHA. . IN COUNTY June1' rno5TD.d.
find the HOME County. .... .
we can help you <
"Miking Baptist History in China"; U rm. Owns.to.t
want-that should own. II. Mo*. .. I.. II. 1411 1'1. IIMIMrKMat
Mr*. Pfcckard, on'"A Other See you ;you of William Park, .< *d .
rr 'n}",-. d Mrs. Julia Polk. Ors\ MOM E5 It will cost nothing to Inquire- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I Norms or INTENTION TO M4K.K'
"Tralrtifir' 'Illcrea_ Opportunist' to learn if we CAN find the NOTICE IB HrHKBY GIVEN that th.1 l> kmh (toll Out I haw (IMif
at >.*..*,..**'. ....1.... to a..... In ....,. final mart ... pMHIai for Final r
The hold Home that you have not been MM under the fictitious ...>. of HARRY Dt........ M Aiirtllarv A4mlnt-lratnr C
.. clrela"deflHed to an 8orcain able to find. Finding the hard- WELDING SHOP. I....... to mbM th* T A. vf IK*t'k'N: *.. t
II' day "mission study course ate mid urn with the Clerk of the Circuit IMM<|, and *.
; the home of Mn. Horn on Nov. ISMr to-find Home bargain Is a regular Corm d Dooa C-at <. PbriaaK. Ml. I vlll apply W IM Moooralil W. r.Rlanfaw '
Pt'iCQB business with us! A. HARPER. County Jude. W Dade Count.*. .
*. A. E. Paul will have chargeof 10... II. II.... T. 14. II. 1M1I !rfc..<<... for approval ot Sale final .sot
: the for the next three and for final abrkorta, u AxtlllanF AilnlnlMrator t
program C. 'f. A. of tile ...... of
months, it was decided. Two readIng -' AIR..w" EDWARD STILiNG I ;Willi. Park, d.t.x.4. "
WANT PAY"Dr.'B.F.Stebblns .
wfte given by Mr*. S. A. : At5t1 tor=- { Toll lull liar or OrtoWr, .....
I .. C. REALTOR j IRA C. HAYrOTK.Anrlllarr .
Kin*, "Thank Be to God" and .
mliilrator C. T A. ,
"Gift From God", and Mr*. D. R.I I_ of Ik. Estate cf Wllllaai far%. tkw1*.
p Snyder gave'one reading "Sue- Oat 14, II, No*, f, 14 11411 {

ce"i.: I :. GLASSES j ORIGINAL MMONI a ato
.* voted to hold an all-day TOtJCHE3"t tile loan of Joitfe of ...... }
I HOME -To Keep '. Fourth HMrirt, Dade County, PkxkterRFI
meetins Nov. 2$ at the home of : . t
Mrs. Snyder.Circle j r Wide. > HERMAN aMnf ku.l ao 4
[ Three met yesterday yesterday : Well chosen example of Fine I /1w.leA LENA EUNICE Plaintiff t

afternoon at the home of : Mill Work "make" a new homeor v.JOHN:.HENLEY 1Jaf.....'"
1 Mn. J. Lee Smith. j I i CIVIL ACTION l
remake an old house. Inexpensively
1 Circle Four at a meeting at i : 1,111 I IN THC lAME OP THE STATE OPnxiMinA .
ii A distinctive Entrance Ila-ANY
this home of Mr. T. E. Kirby f I CONSTABLE: OP AID COUNTY II. rl I

\". Tuesday voted to< give $3 to fie ,: or graceful Closet gives Juki You H"t'.J: :..".new ta aa- 1444.

t negro school .cafeteria. Takingpart beauty to a room, a house, out Derailment dad failges 1. M tire.b.w pear hap,,. ma. at r w affk rliaiatia..
one program on missionary : riorU*, oa U. ITtk oar ; Nownkor.
I wort Mr A. L. Bnnnon.i" of,all proportion to its moderate pirate aN be Ij k.d. W1... A. 0.. IMI. Theo ... tWi*. la arawof a
wenr *
'tl. llb helped M sesesd. boy .L.11 = FRED: IIEHMAM *.... oMtaoaa M HEaV:
coati ,
i"i' Mrs: ) Lawrence Scott and Mr*. : i MAN SAL'SAflt FACTORY IMC, lacWI .
: J. R. Pope. : Mfioa epos a rlohoj of TWun.

s} Mr*. *:/ H. Collier ..entertainedI' I, SITE ISIIMI fall -DOLLASULMmta or <.-..a> wli be !
Circle, FJM it her bom Tuesday. : BROOKER.LUMBER CO. INC. I aiwa aolaot kla or ........ ,
Dr. L. W. Stebbins = G.,1 t
t Mrs. C. J:. 'Saunter MIl charger Mr!.aav of Orti>rt..A. D...I4I.
of the CrtveUooah and lira. S. : 0. a. .
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11 j} Pare VAU THE ttftttRRTEAn LEADER-ENTERPRISE .. Friday, November 7, 194'

REDLAND P. T. A. TO HAVE her borne Wednesday afternoon.A LEGION AUXILIABY LAWS
book review program will be Mr*. W. K Gaby, pianist Mrs: Plan for the annual Chrlatnaa
presented eta meeting of the Red- L P. McLean, vocalist and Miss, party of the /American Legion an
\ t :WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD CHANGES ad a T. A. Bert Wednesday at Edith M. Camp and MB. Devil,I the Legion Auxiliary and the
'IS p. aa. ill the school auditoriumby violinist I families were made at a meetinf
FROM AFTERNOON TO EVENING MEETINGS! student of both elementaryand Varian fame were lead by Mr of the auxiliary Wednesday eve
r" -- Dorothy Oowdy. Dine in Legion kail.
high school under the direc\ ,
:'' The Woman' Club of ml the evening of Armistice Day. lion of Mn. Mary D.Nettle,school Present were Mra J. A.Rotller.I The party will be held'SundayDee.
lead voted Tuesday Home-I Mn. Anderson, Hallow*** dance librarian. A clarinet number by ham, Mrs. L. H. Chase, Mn. L. H.leo" . 14. After a buffet upper a
: ,Chang IU meeting hour from atternoon .1 chairman, reported a profit of 151 Mils Sue Robinson, Mia Jeanette I ", Mrs. W. K. Ha**, MM I ISO: o'clock gift will be ex
to evening beginning with Mn. W. J. Clark was voted Into Cot and Bruce Wiener will !,Ralph Klnfman Mr*. Grace Lowe, changed. Each family ia requestei
the bualnes meeting of Des t. the club. complete the programAnnouncement 'Mr*. Oaby Mrs. McLean, Mr*. to bring an extra gift that car
The November meetings will beheld Members present were: Mr*. J. hat been made Gowdy, Mill Camp and Mr be sent to the children' hospita
In tM afternoon. A business F. Hammett, Mn. I. P. McLean, that there will not be a board Davis.MONDAY. it Umatilla.
meeting I is chdeuled for Nor. 11 Mn. J. D. Perkins, Mrs. Anderson meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 11, and Present at the meeting were
: and a social meeting for Nov. 24. Mn Smith, Mn J. 8. Men that current business will be taken MUSIC CLUB Mr*. Ceo. D. Ruehle Mn Wm. J
Mn. a 1C. Foulk appointed Mn. Cready, Mrs. Brooks, Mn. Adrian I up at the regular meeting oa Wed- TO MEET AT FOVLK HOME Oeronlmo, Mrs. Edw. J. Norman
Orin E. Smith! and Mn. W. R. Jacob. Mn. J. H. Dixon, Mil.H ......,. The program of the Monday Mu. Jr Mr*. Gen V. Turn,....Mrs
; Anderson to serve a* delegate tot B. Beittie, Mn. P. J. Trutota, sk Club which will meet at S:30 Harold Sheffield, Mr*. Frank B
the federation netting of Nov. aIn Mrs. Zeke Martin," Mr*. Herbert !ntCCBiTCRIAlf GROUP Monday at the home of Mr H. 1C. Rue, Mrs. Joel Robinson am
Coral Cable Mn. It O. Short, Kelt Mrs. Shore and Mn. H. O. HAS MOONIOHT BATR0B Foulk on N. E. Third avenue will Miss Ruth Fox.
welfare chairman, was mad club CronwelL I The young people of the Home. be presented by the University
\ representative for Christmas Oieer I stead Presbyterian Cbureh enjoyed Club under the chairmanship of Worth yesterday were: Mn. H
f meeting Nov. 7, and Mn. I. It CHURCH NEEDS W8OCS8ED I moonlight ,bayrlde Tuesday Lois Mr* B. M. HIndman, and Min Collier, president, Mn Win. Mustelwhite ,
Brookir Red Cross chairman, was night. Behrens. Member of both I Levis
I !AT COVERED DISH SCTTER dubs Mrs Brandenburg
appointed to represent the club After a picnic cupper on Mrs.Charles who can not attend are asked Mn. B. E. Gallic and Mn. S. L
A discussion of
general to !
I; at the Red Cross pageant in Mia' I Behren'i lawn the group notify one of the hostesses, Mrs.Foulk West.
ments and their need wa held ; Mn. E.: H. Collier, Mr*. Lee
made tour of Matheton :Ham.
by the teacher and officer of a H. Lehman Or Mr*. E. H. Callaner.
MRS. LEHMAN HONORED the Baptist Sunday school at a nock the Redland area and All NDITIONKD
covered dish supper Monday night DELEGATES I isf P. ...
Mr*. Lee H. Lehman wa 'honored In the Sunday school building.A In the party were: Wanda Sickle, ATTEND DISTRICT MEETING Child..., I to .....,tic Vim tumriiw
.' on her birthday anniversarywith study course will be conducted Avis Irene Bitting Jackson, Beth Dorothy Gautier Behrens Ann, Delegate of the Monday Music Admission_ _,_rue_s,._IliM.Sta,P.f\m\IS.lu*
-: I I luncheon party and handkerchief some time within the next two Club who attended I meeting of
shower given for mem.bel'l months, it was decided. Hicluon, Ha Jean Irwin, London Royal Polnclana District of the Venetian Skating Rink
of the Rain or Shine Club Present were: Mr. and Mn. Hlckjon, Charles Behrens. ROM Federation of Music Clubs in Lake I7M .. W. n.ma...* Mini
by Mn. Jesse L. Faith at the D. Shackleford. Mra. J. Lee T'I Reitz, Rex RomaIne, Red Hampton
Bamboo Tavern. Mrs. T. T. Bowen Mn. Frank Blair Hickson and the pastor
: Coven were laid for; Mn. Carl win, Mrs. M. W. Craft, Mn. A. D. the Rev. George H. Rick.
i Deden, Mrs. Frank L. Skill, Mn Smith, Mn. Frank Mcllwaln, Mn.
Julian H. Webster Mn. Frank B. J. R. Byrum, Mn. W. T. McCon- MRS. DAVIS ENTERTAINS
Rue Mri. Fred Redd, Mn a J. nell, Mn S. L. West Mn. J. Tom NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB
: Parman, Mn. J. L. Burton, Mri. Vann Miss Alta Vann, Min Ann Mn. Sam J. Davis entertainedthe I
Lehman and Mri. Faith. Lee..Chas. Schaefer, D. R. Snyder Redland Neighborhood Club at II i
and Dr. J. E. Johnstone. I
T. W. A. MEETINGAt told of their recent trip to Florida BOTTLED GAS
a meeting of the Y W. A. Southern College where they attended I Roper Range and Electric
el the First Baptist Church of a youths' conference. Mill RefrigeratorsVIRGIL
Homestead Tuesday at the home Ann Shackleford told of the young D. LYON ,
of Un. J. Lee Smith, Milt Mabel I people's anoclational meeting ID Phone M9-J Opp. City Ball
Ruth Pope and Mu Theresa Redd Miami several week ago.


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