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: November 14, 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 )
 Notes
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: VID00516
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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t VoL 20-No. 45 Homestead, Florida Friday, November 14, 1941 Price> 5 Cents





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HOUSE IF. E. C. Authorized to Drop Passenger \

I Service From Miami to Florida City
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,ADULT CLASS I O:(continuance of passenger ter. I 1935 hurricane resulted In I, THE WEATHEROfficial Escorted by Major her

vice by the Florida East Coast i abandonment of the Oversea extension wewr'; ; of the Facilities Affordedby
.r Railway between Miami and.Florl- has been confined to that report City
da City has been authorized by the)afforded by a passenger -ouch attached Subtropical Experiment Station
INSTRUCTIONSchool Florida railroad commission, effective to the dally freight train,1 Homestead; Florida. MIAMI: AIlfTRAFnC
Nov It, according to an announcement I which takes between four and six Nov 6.. J i 81 I 64 '2984: 068
I made Monday Freight!hours to service the stations between Nov. '1.1'0 I I 88 129821 0.18 GIVES AREA BREAKNo
trains will continue to operate as Miami and Florida City.,, (
', ,Nov 8_..1 78 1 I I I
Board Votes $5,000 before.F. Similar service which has been i iI Nov 9__ ._!1 'It I Sol 1 | Announcement Seen
Each for Redland and E. C. passenger service, since ;Inforced on the Okeechobee branch I II Nov. 10._ .. u I 78 I 95 30.141 Probable Before Next
I between New Smyrna' Beach and :I I Nov 11..... I 170 83 130.031
Homestead Lake Harbor and on the Titusvlll Nov 12. 74 1 54 |tO.00 trace Week
RED CROSS DRIVE '1 1I t branch' between Titiusville I
Construction of hop building and Benson Junction, will also be : Homestead was given the once

for adult vocational classes at NETS OVER 100 IN' discontinued."ThIs LOW BIDDER ON over this week by army officers

both Homestead and Redland High measure". the press dispatch I charged with' finding a J mpooft
school ws|,authorized Wednesday said "is in line with the AQUEDUCT GOES 1 airport for warplanes to JM ferried -
'by ,the 'Dadi'Couni' Board. of BUSINESS AREA request of the Association*f Amer* ,i to Britain via South Araerl-
lean Railroads' that, during the :ca and Africa.
Public .InstructionChas O Turner. chairman of 4 national defense emergency, the J I OVER PIPE ROUTE I I Escorted by Mayor T. J, Harris,
l the board and member from South With: the annual Red Cross roll carrier curtail unnecessary passenger I'they went over the county airport i
Dad I call less than a week old in the service a* a mean of conserving )(now in process of construction
said yesterday that the '
building would; cost Homestead area .tn. Green Rives power In making equipment The engineer.ng staff of Lieut four miles east of Homestead and
$5,000 each and be approximately financed with local chairman, announced yesterday available for other purpo...." W. L. Sawyer, U. S. Navy offIcerIn [inspected Homestead municipalswimming
money from the vocationalfund that more than 100 memberships C. H. Gatewood, F E. C. agentat charge of construction of the I)[ pool, diamond ball field,
of the county school system. have been obtained In Home- Homestead, said yesterday that Florida Keys aqueduct, I Is engagedin ,tennis courts and its' capacity for
Machinery and other equipment stead proper--flnd the residential he had not yet received any Instructions making t survey of the well l other recreational facilities Recreatlonal .
J* expected to be furnished by the district of Homestead, and the or information concerning field southwest of Florida City activities are an Important .
Redland-Silver Palm area are yet the discontinuance consideration because of
of
federal government, a* most of passenger preliminary to getting out plans .
the adult course given are in the.to be canvassed. service couth of Miami and specifications for the instruction (the estimated 600 men that would
interest of training for This compare with 178 memberships day time'. of the building: the will .be stationed here to service the
person
employment In defense Industrie obtained from the whole house the Dumping plant which{transient war planes If the Homestead
Plan and specification a* drawn campaign last year in the territory Merchants I will tend fresh water through the I airport should be selected a*
to Talk
by architect of the county board from South Miami to the Key 120 mile of 18-Inch plpllne .a ferry base. iI
will be submitted to the state department Largo bridge, Mrs Rivet said Proposal for ,Xmas MIller Williams, president of I i Negotiations for the use of the :
of education for approval I The first membership, a voluntary I Tree in Legion Park I Willams Bros, Tulsa, Okla.. contractors -|county airport as a plane ferry
and a* soon as they are O K.'d contribution of$10,game from who were low bidden for base 110'111uje to be made with .
(Continued on Page Eight) Mill Charlotte Leadley .of Red.I Pros-aJ-: construction of the aqueduct went I thecounty commission But :
:land. At least 25 business houses eonunnnllr over the route of the aqueduct County Commissioner J. D. Redd
from Homestead have 100 per cent Christmas tree In Legion Park II Saturday and Sunday, accompanied [said last night that he could re-
BRING USED TOYS Red Cross enrollment which I male at a. meeting of tile by two of his engineers and, port nothing on the subject It :
Christina
Cheer committee last
means that all their employees, MS I Lieut. Sawyer, in general survey 1 1 wa learned from a reliable source
wen as the owners, have taken I Friday night, will be discussedat lot the project. i i,however, that the outlook I I. optimistic ;
TO FIRE STATION out memberships,, said Mrs Rives. a meetinc ef the Homestead .Formal awarding of the con-j for establishment of the
Solicitation of the bumess sec-| Retail Merchajila AsaorUUon (Continued on Page Eight) 1 I (Continued on PIe Eight)
ton will be completed this week called for 7:3* Monday night at .. :
FOR XMAS CHEER and next week canvassing of the I the Seminole Trading Fort. I ;

residential district and the Red- I At meeting held last week 1 Paintings and Craft Work Offered .
land-SI'er ram, arn will be the merchant association, votedto 1
man T. E.of Kirby the Christmas was re-elec'rd Cheer\ chair-com, started. have street In the business National Art Week Sales Exhibit t tIn
The membership drive in Florida section strung with colored
mitten
by representative of dvf -
club and Other organization who City 1* In the charge of Mr*. llf hi* and Christnu decorations observance fJf National Art ing that special attention be paid
held their opening meeting in I Paul Haley, who also report successful I during the Christmas shopping Week, Nov. 17-22, th" Homestead to article that range in price from t't'I
the city hall Friday night I results I season. Art Club will hold its second annual I one to twenty-five dollars. ,
Mrs. 'Virginia Walton, Junior sale exhibit in the Loaner:, "Dad* County led the sir'* In '

Woman Club representative, was New Market Manager Says Revision j building from Monday nornlng I the number of sales made urine 1"
made secretary, and Mr J. F. II tIll Saturday nlifht Mrs Frank National Art Week last year, aelC'rdina -
. Hammett of the Homestead Wom- Of Charges to Encourage i iI Webb I* chairman of the exhibit I I to Wm. S. W," . an' Club treasurer Buyers [I In conformity with the wished j I I the district art proje of the WP1.and .
Mr. Green Rive, representative I !lot President Booeev who pro.( Hornlead led Dade Count,."
of the Homestead B. P. W. C. ; c. f:;. Phillips, I resident ef the the Florida: City State Farmers':'claimed! the first National Art!I II Among the exhibitor will be
was named chairman of the Christ-, Redland District for 15 yean, assumed Market Re appointed I i I Week last year the art club I III[.I three new member of the club,
Monday
was
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(Continued on Page Eight) the duties of manager of 1 .inviting those killed In the craft Mrs. W F Therklldson flow
by Wm. L Wilson, bead of the,i:a* well as those Jellied In painting painter: Miss Elizabeth H Broeker
state marketing bureau, upon a.' to take part In this sales event painter of etileslas' vat: pictures,
Martin, Freed by Habeas Corpus." rit, I recommendation voted by the local|'said MM. Ben Archer, president R soil Miss Alii Mae kitchen, M la- !
I market committee at a meetinglast 'of the club"President. J artist and teacher A
Nabbed by Police at Courtroom Door'lHabe. FrIday. He succeed Gordon I i Roosevelt object\ I Mr*. Maud E. Chandler, the Rev 1
C. Dill who did not apply! for reappointment .was twofold", the said "H* wished|I[Robert H. Spear, Mr, Webb. U,s. "'
.. corpus proceeding forth I total of 42 day In Jail to the position to make the avenge citizen realit Phyllis Parman, and other 'number '
release of John Martin, Jr.. The habeas corpus proceedingwas Mr. Phillips a native of Georgia, that he can afford to have, of the club will contribute a .
successful became the truck had been manager of the L. R objects of art In his home and large and varied exhibit of recent '
.fJf Homestead, charted! with highway -
driver whom Martin lugged and Becker Packing House In Florida to provide afso' a market for the work
robbery and assault were successful robbed while taking him on an City for the past seven year artist craftsman Sam J. Davis who 1 I. achieving: !
In Dad: County criminal automobile tour of Redland District One change that will be made "OuUUndng art and craft fame a* a maker of fin violin .
court last Friday, but as Johnny "night spots" failed to return to attract more buyer to the worker are resident of the Red- will enter in the exhibit a mahogany
topped out of the courtroom city to Florida to appear against Florid City market win be a r.sj,,land District and we want all quartet and k maple quartet
of Miami police nabbed him and his attacker ducton or cancellation of ail local people to *e* their work. etch composed of a cello, a
be i* now working out a total of In Miami city court into which I package charges as far a* the "Stat and national head in the viola. and first and second violins
$100 in fine, plus court costs, and (Continued on Page (Continued on Pale Eight) 'movement are this year suggest (Continued on Page Eight)




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Pan Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday November 14.1941

.j - -. . TO IXCTVRE ON rTRAMIM mill at 7.30 o'clock.
FIVE CHORUSES I "ThM lectures give scientific
A Little Bird f Dr. Wilford S. Hale of Miami proofs on matters of greatest im-
{ REHEARSING FORJUNIORJCABARET .Iii I win give the second of a acre parlance to the preaent generation I
j of seven weekly lectures: 04 the ," aald local sponsors of thelecture
Told 'Us great pyramid of Club In the *, <*Mareo ccuJ>ri Hate Uan '
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i town ball. In Florida City. this.eve-- interesting ipeaker_ _
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The Chamber of Commerce Til IT ft veteran e tr conarilinai, la going to church more HOME: : "TOiaiES"
bu:Wing
Monday night took on the -
regularly BOW than he eves baa before la sacra thai M year r
atmosphere and Bound effect of a . .
metropolitan stage mow try-out Well chosen example of Fine q
ai Mn. Lillian Connelly, who recent THAT afwr reading the marriage license column the other day
Mill Work make' a new homeor
]. staged her second cabaret people art asking If a popular local physician wit have to bunt anew houae
Inexpensively
old
t the Royal Palm Club for the remake an -
Miami Junior Wonuo't dub,I j, Girl Friday. . A distinctive En-
started rehearsals for the fourth i 1 trance or graceful Closet gives
such event she has conducted for I nUTmu7 who forged hfe base aloalora to ree.mi ; ,
beauty to a room I house out
the Junior Woman Club of:i i aaeadaticaa far raises to the distant Ia...,-.pe got away with"
Homettead of all proportion to III moderate
i U for a surprisingly long tams---and thai to ese Mbjact." j
...Assisted.. Mr*. by Thomas her charming J. Cheeaeborough. daughI-'I ...' a rather talkative geaUeaaaa bee ItttK.to ..,. 'i cost!

Jr. who created the dance ,
routine for this yeart Mow, Mr*. THAT discontinuance) of the T E. C.. five-houe pas.4nge t. : )
Connelly t. ..BJU)61LUPI'EI .
I already bat five choruses vice between Miami aDd Homestead wilt be' faaed'by- fMnr"- s ,
\ win under end way.this week The b7 and-"casts t period will JIow.J _ __ .Lumbers Ilardwan. '.....Doom :I.eJaPOKZSTKAJD. . '
be announced next week. I both morning and evening aer-th| Ooulda Baptist; Church es 1 PJlONK 0 1 .flOUDA wT
Rehearsals of specialty acts will/vice. II a, m. and 7JO p' m", at I IS and M, It was. announced,_ _
begin Monday. One of the out. - ---
standing specialties of thla :year'sprogram RIM= N I I_ammmm: _, III mmmmn1l11IJTU1'UIDJ! I!.. I_annmmD-, r.ammmmII.IDIRIIIIDJ) -I I

will be a tango by Mr. .
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and Mn. Eugene Fontaine of Red- "
land who have a reputation u
accomplished dancer 1 'A' :1' .
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j Featured ion jilt, cabaret pro Phone. : w. ,
f 'gram will be tit appearance of' I
; Min Redlnndi Queen of the Air 67 (J Deliver iu '
(Mill LaNelle fingers) and her '
I
: lades in waitln-. Mill Jonnle Lee S ..e .
Andrews and Mist Jin Gatlln !.s ;;. .- ;::::i
the two runner-up in the recent IS .

beauty Piano contest iccomoan meat for th" : ".,r.mnmm: 011(0 r.-:::: .,. )"II.c:::::: -J loll" u_--J:: m-:: .'_:=J ..1101 cr::' -- +11" :::1"""'.i:: 2:.:; .11.ClIIUD..JlJlloll ; '
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Friday, November 14,1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE Par Three
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GAME 'OFFICERS II. II. S. Has Gold Mine of Hold-overs 1 1i Benefit Dinner to BeI MARTIN {

,'I For 19 1-42. Varsity Basketball Squad'I Served for Red Cross i
KEEP CLOSE TAB I i I ; (Continued from Page One)
-- An abundance home cooked Johnny was haled fur reckless

:: W.th eight, member of Ut old Mcllwaln. Stew Biondo and'food b promised those who come driving, failure to report an ace 1
ON HUNTERS' BAG year's vanity held ever and the Sam Biondo. Also on the squad Is to the cafeteria dinner which the 1 rldrnt and driving while cIruak.in .
Forrest Bell Carl Fredericks Is k! ; of which occurred Just before
I entire lineup of the team that won Homestead B. P. W. : will serve
manager. He left Maml: with hU intended
Sine opening of the duck, feeat the Elgtth. District Junior high The 141-42 schedule will start on Saturday of next South week Dad to raise Red victim Herschel Shutter-Johnny ,

j and coot hunting season on Nov I school basketball championship! with a game' at Homestead on Cross funds sewing for :the unlfi need*. Mn was sentenced to ITS or M dayson ,
t 1,each hunter duly bg ka beenchecked Homestead High School1 basketball > Dec 10 against a team that has ont count. Ill or II days on
Herbert KaU.dinner chairman re
not been selected. The another count and his driver's license -
and officer, instructed squad this year U more promising schedule
J la full follows ports. WM suspended for 12 month ,
to enforce conservation law :
101
at the outset than it has been The dinner will be ..rveclin the
the letter intend to follow rCH PLACE, DAYS: on the drunken driving charge
1 1 same procedure when the season I i[for, several Tears rau.e. Ii : Owls I Lamer building during Art the Week last So Johnny will be out of crcu.: .
opens for deer, wild turkey, quail, Couch, Rudolph Gosunan baa .a n- D0.1.ae.d day of the National latlon for quite torn time and
then.Vft''OM .
and squirrel on Nov. 20. gold mine-of.talent. to draw ors IlL htotoII -M. d. ItM.S sales exhibit la the community Is should it be convenient for the
Vrr swab' n- J..,* K nM City truck driver to return
1C.: a Parker of Goulds' who From laat rea"anit: ) ,squad .- Tai... ...II invited: to help the cause by contributing U Dade County to pr.scharges
wu appointed conservation oftt- earn Ralph DeUmger. (co-captain n. r..Mwi' _. Jan..IIM. a "covered dish or other
In cr.minal court againstMr.
cer on Oct. 19, said he and other Asd ..... IS.M I food to the dinner or by buying
last season), D. L. Bowen,.Matt J. n- .. Martin, he will be available i
officers checked <1' hunters lad a. n- J... said Mn. KaU.
I meal there
Sunday at West Lake Snake Bite Ballaro, Elmer Martin Charles .... W. __ J....IIM II
Coot Bay Flamingo and Cape Rober on.- Don Done, Walter 1'H rhrw J.... I John G. Salley Port of the American -
Sable.A I Bnnnen, Riojhard Biggerr and OoINr n- .... Robinson and Bruce Wagner, accompanied Leclon under the direction of
aa, w. n- r.. .. by Mr. C. A. Gn1.I .
da)'. bag on duck, geese, and Charles SUfTani. From the JUJlkJr'I .Miami a..a "-. Ilk i. Armistice Dayprogram Post Commander U It Pope I
of the
high squad com Flemoy Lett, k r.-. n- raw IsAdo. As I part
I
coot II limited
to 10 31
ducks
..,,_ colors presentedand
Lanier Maw Fns 11 the were
Forte Felix
Billy Bullard
geese, and IS coot, Mr. Parker!I Rdt.d Thew .....Nn. retired by color guard from WANT ADS PAY
laid, and the hunting period U Whitehead Bobby Oellinger. Am-, ,L..ee le n- ....n --- _.- -
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from sunrise to 4 p. m. ,On deer, '
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(buck only) the day1 bag 1* one: Present Church 'Goers More\ Sincere
and the limit for the season la APPLY FOR TOLL
two: hunting period, half hour before ' Than Those of Past Says Minister
sunrise to sumet. On wild 1942 DRIVER'S LICENSEAT
turkey the day's bag U two and
the season's bag, five; hunting Church' goers today art more' part the church Tias played
period, half-hour before sunrise sincere than those of former time: keep'ng Christ and the Bible 1.1
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to sunset. ,On and In the of the Rev :
quail squirrel opinion Roger .
and !In the building of : : PEACE OFFICEOdd
JUSTICE OF
the day's bag Is 19 and the sea Squire, parlor of Rader Memorial :
son's bag 200; hunting period, Church of Miami, Who spoketo !In lodivduals who have the greati i rtllewt Building

half-hour before sunrise to sunset the Redtand District Lions Club est Influence In the developmentof I HOMESTEAD FLA.
There is plenty of quail now Tuesday night this country under democratic Ii
Mr. Parker said and if the conservation "While former generations attended principles". I Ope* from I a.ss.bp.a.
department continue to church to worship they also I Selections 'were played by a trio
r. receive co-operation that, hunten went because It gave them an or cornethts, Jeannette Cox, Sue --

have shown since the opening of opportunity to dress up, meet their J = =CC =OC = = = C = C =XOC C = = = C = = = = = C = = = =
, the duck season replenishment of friends and exchange gossip," he
game In this vicinity will be assured said "Sunday was the one day
without any unpleasantness when people could lather together Hunting Equipment is Priced for Savings_,

Hunting methods prohibited are in. this way."Social ,
specified as follows by the conservation pressure also. forced at Sears Complete Sport Shop
department: Use of shotgun many people to attend church.
larger than 10-gauge and. of Many of these people, naturally! ,
more than 3-shell capacity (gun were hypocrites and caused I great
may be plugged so as to limit capacity deal of harm.
to not more than 3-hell Today we have other outlets
and find other than from shoulder for meeting with friends and we
; shooUaali bj oover batted are kept Informed by the prttt
areas]'shooting quad on ground, ADd radio. Social pressure does
bunting turkey with dog; huntingor not force church attendance
killing deer while swimming, ,Therefore, those who attend do so
use of artificial light, fire, net, because they want the comfort
trap, snare, poison, salt-lick, or and help the church has to offer
of airplane automobile, power I "Wrong dong of-church mem-
boat; sail boat, boat or craft under ben as Individuals has led to
Mil or towed by my of aforementioned II severe criticism of the church.
devices.J. However, we should recognize the
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EDITH CAMP
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J. T. Godwin, president of H. H. : : LS ?R 1. v yn ,
& Class of TEACHER OF VIOLIN w e t H
1941, was elected president ;
of the freshman class at Abraham I I nIl.,..'. Classes In Plan and
Baldin Agricultural College, Voice. Price aWe :
In Macon recently. He was one i : PHONE SI2-J-2 !

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LEADER-ENTERPRISE '*'' 11111IUIWWWWHUlIUIUUUIIH} IIUI1 Will Celebrate 15th


!t tsda OUR BOYS IN S'E"'n'VICE, 20 Years Ago Anniversary of Churdt>?

Jar AICIIEL-'....... .... ; stst Plans for colr rating the fif.eenth .

.AaJOBfl LBACM: akC lEI_I .. .. anniversary of the Home-
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DJ IRlfilllnnllfllmmmUlmnmlllU lead Presbyterian Church on Dec t
I ENJOYS THRILL 01 FLYING S were made by the Men' Club

........... rrw... .--I.J. Fto, The ilia L"7 :: tote* goreS .t its meeting Friday evening at _
IT fie Smsb Dad f....101I... OMtuv. Editor, Leader-Enterprise: stayed there all night and flew l:.b ere t4 i KW. 116 th* manse announce Wm Payne
n..ca1P'rlO1I tags I t wish to Inform back to New Orleans the aextmOl'lllnl. as 5555 r1..M. a.aw In president of the club. .
r you of my ..roes or IS """ ass w Nowoft" -
PAR 0. .
toovum. ISM sure
., change of address from Spartan It was fun seeing is.Nevi ."'- George FrIck, Van Harris and!
lIMo _
c.-tr .1M
I School of Aeronautic.. Barracks the old place a le, litl Dr. C. F. RoWnsosn were appointed ->'
11:..... M used tllM man MtMT No. 0, Tulsa, Okla. to 21it Bomb The ether day, despite bad to plan with the Womaa's
a.awa.aclose.r.rrh, tf. lilt ae ::...aa M i Sqdn., 80th Bomb Gp., New Orleans weather, we took off on a local -"Mr. and Mra John R. Campbell Auxiliary for the anniversary sup.
-- a I isrt Air Ban*. flight Shortly after getting upstairs entertained it their country pea which win be served at the
Is sure is swell to get the Lea d- the heavy overcast closed horn near Princeton r..., th e home of Dr. and Mrs. Robinson
er-Enterprize each week when so la over the field. The pilot decided family of brothen and sisters of The speaker for the meeting wa
w. Z. far from home. 1 enjoy y our to try to land before U got Mr. Campbell, In honor of Mr. Jeut. W. L. Sawyer who told of
"Our Boys la Service column too bad. We flew through rain T. J. Mothers and N. -W. CampbeUof the origin and present state of
Br Aral Maybew Fikpa A section of fore shank that once hear what the other boys are do- this. field. On the flnt annnurh were: N... W Campbell Un. T. J. aqueduct system
cost a dime Ing. the pilots had to fly too fast-to Mathers and two sons, Fratelgh Mrs. Glenn Rule and Mr*. John
b the piece de resistance of this ran on flying\ pay and snake keep up in the rough air. When and R. X of Madison Fla. Mr. and'(A. Rick were hostesses at the
vitamin rhyme. i Iqulte a few flights during the they saw we weren't going to Mrs. W. W. Campbell of Miami .upper
A spoonful a/ o.tnvalmaU week. This month I have bad make it they gunned the engines Mr. and Mrs R. J. Mothers of

handfull of rlc. about twenty-five) hour in the and went on. We overshot the field Miami, Mr. and Mrt. T A. Campbell Churches Will Observe
A grating of nutmeg-a bay leaf air. All of the boys In my class, twice before finally coming In for > of Homestead Mr. and Mr*.
for spice, after graduating from a six-month a rough landing. It's excitement J. I* Chambers of Princeton Neil Men and Missions Day,
Some later and onions and carrot course in air mechanic it the like that that make me love Campbell of Redtand, only surviving -
cut fine Spartan School of Aeronautics flying all the more. uncle of the family.. Alvin Many of the local churches will
A handful of strlngbeini fresh wanted some time to fly bach and Your Campbell of Homestead, Mae and join In the eleventh annual observance .
picked from the vine, give the place the once over Veil, truly, Lucia Campbell of Miami, Thelma of Men and Mission
A quart of tomatoes ;you canned about a week ago( I did Just that. JOE PICHE and Marie Campbell of Miami, I Sunday, Nov. 16, and will stress
In their prime I flew from New Orleans to Tulia list Bomb Sqdn-t Mildred Campbell of Homestead the; value ot their foreign work,
Some aalt and some pepper_ Saturday afternoon In a Douglas 30th Bomb Gp .Ir. and Mrs. A. J. Campbell and announces the Rev. George H.

small sprig of thyme, I B-18 twin engine bomber There: New Orleans Air Base, two sons Cliff and Harold, of Etlcks, resident chairman of the
Some corn and come limas-a few were four of us In the plan We I N. 0. La. Homestead, Mrs. W. D. Home and Laymen' Missionary Movement.
English peat, I laughter of Homestead Mrs. Lydia The general theme this year U
And .just before serving a grating;L .LIFE IN THE NAVY Gos man of Redtand. I "No' Blackout of the Cross", B*.
nf cheeseSome cause of previous plans the Homestead
Editor Leader-Enterprise -"N. E. Hainlln= has returned
celery and okra and parsley ; following may not take me Into the from the I Presbyterian Church and
hospital
and such I have been reading the navy air, but I'll be on the ground of Mrs. with the body Silver Palm Methodist Church will
Andover. It all pour the water- recruiting ad appearing In varl- 'Keeping them flying" Halnlin who died there observe this period later in the
Monday and
the funeral
as much ous paper with a great deal of Some will be 1 winter. Last
of these about
days Ill be year two
| held
Interest comparing Friday afternoon at the Red-
As If you feel that tie folI .
will It thousand
cover nicely and simmerall note with friend I left land cities united In observance
I lowing would be of Interest to church. Rev. Wm. J. Carter,
morn- your behind in Dade of the day.Children .
County, and havea
officiating. The
)reader, please feel free Interment will beat
It will make W Z. Just as cure to pub- hunch many of them wilt btoaylng I the
Naranja
lish ,
It. It cemetery. Mr .
a* you'rt born. may result In great '
"I
with I had
benefit to joined the Halalln was only 21 old." Home Head
And oh, do eat softly, if you'd aot I some worthy young man navy when you did" years
be a loop In our community. Will Conduct Revival ..
Naturally, a few months from .
White you are absorbing your Just about three months ago, on -
July 22nd, to be now special schooling such a* I CURRENT : The Rev. Harold B. Barnes,
your wegtubble coop exact I made a I am getting may not be I sup*
decision to offer my service to in the easy to get erintendent of the Methodist i
Uncle Sam At the dams time navy. COMMENT children' home at Enterprise will
Indians Seek EducationThe I was equally determined to get : If tI attn' should result In conduct revival cervices at the <

late a Branch of the service vh**> Just one More teem* for this By AGNEW WttUHEdtorc .I Perrln Methodist Church from ,
Indians have been referred, I might bent myself. great navy of out. I shall feel Nov. It to Nov. 23, announce the I
to as a "vanishing race* but a-|, I that I have done fcwt little .WYN.NNNWI.NNWNW W WN Rev. Jess II:. Waller l
Ytm guessed it . .1 )obe the voce .,...., tit. Wcbfe pastor of the
cording to the latest lataraaattan'of navyt than having offered ny services, M_ .. ... "Ca. _... __- church J
th* Indian Service the Indian:, Chief Clarke navy recruiter from One Dad County Cracker she with he his Is eeiataae.aer..s..aa. Adds w at_...... I Colored moving picture of the
are I Miami who know a good thing when b* .af... he Mani W.#. 133 children In the home will be
na looter gave me
vanishing tome
o. are good a'i.eeei* I am, shown. ,
they lacking in education Ta- and I followed it I am sow If Major R. H. Fleet, of an aircraft I Service will be held .
Very dally af
[.the naval air static IB Jackson. sincerely yours corporation know the situation I
Indian showed1
11:30
of 1030
census
': a. m. and 7.34: p. m. Good
futons I under Instruction for duty WALLACE R. GARRETT w art In for a long siege, I music i"
170,000 and the Indian population I1,with aviation ground crew 'i Seaman 2nd Class V. S. Navy. as he says It will take eight yea promised.n .
Increased by over W.OOO to MUHt 1 I Mr. Barnes, a former pastor of
In 1MO. No, I had no previous! IXpere \- Naval Air Station to conquer Germany. : to which Old Livingston Memorial Church la
1 -. Hundreds of Jacksonville Toot replies "By I
Florid Boys 6are Fla. golly guess w 1 1 Jacksonville, came to Florida from
Observer close to. tadlaa affairs Inexperienced the: oyselt/ Home Address got that many an' a hull lot more ,the New York Central
I' Conference
hiv attributed this rather herewith me. The studies ( am I I Box 1022 Homestead, Fla. and some to spare.. I t In 1931.
startling Increase In numbers .
the 1 Everyone I is invited to hear him. j jFI'E !
benefits
: of education derivedby NEWS FROM PUERTO RICO An ex-cavalryman and former

that growinggeneration.. A member of Troop D. New York
greatly increased number of In-1 The following extract are. from such a large place when we arrived I* seeking to organize a state cavalry , Five members COMPLETE COURSE
dlan student have received dip-!a letter received by Stanley Witt- here. The Island is abou troop In Miami, a complete' Presbyterian Church of the Homestead

lomas from advanced schools. i(kop and Clinton Bishop from Robert one hundred miles long and abou organization requiring 108 mem- I th* Rev. George H. Ricks the Mr.pastor and

The growing Indian empire 1st i Bell who ti in the 24th Air forty-five mile wld*. There are beer Jacksonville's Is one of the,;,!Mrs. A F. Darling, Mr*. John A-
composed of two hundred tribes,Base Group at Borlnquen Field at least five army camp here anc tint tq organize in. the U. S.: 1 Ricks and Joe Irwin hive com
with huge In there may be more which I don't .
acreage twenty.lour)Puerto Rico: I 1 pitted the work of the training
.bit4' I know about I am at one of the The American
I am fine and having a lot of Medical Journal school held in Miami every night
In recent years, the Indian race r fun and the best of all gaining two air bases on the Island. We print a story to the,effect that ltd or the past week.,
has contributed to society such weight. I have gained about tit are but staying in old barrack now the modem business man want to Others who attended sessions of

men as humorist Will Rogers;I teen pounds already. If I keep t It plan the on moving into new avoid chilling his stenographer he I the school went Mr. D. P. Blake,
Charles Curtis former vlct-presl- no one will know me when I ones end of this week. They must wear a double-breasted 1 1I Mrs. J. U. Helferty, Mist Lola
dent-of the United States; ZaneGrry return which will be quite some of are the really nice. Brand new and I dimity suit and a peek-a-boo shirtwaist I Behrens, Mr*. irwin and Joe Hick
novelist; Acee Blue Eagle, time I guess They say that we latest equipment and strut Oh, they want a look-see son.
artist; and Jim Thorpe, to stay at least two year lure. They are building new air too,,eh? How about a sun back? +.
champion. cdown here before plane hangar and runways I . .r.N..N.ww..r d
w* get a fur ,
There wen 12.000 Indian vol.1;<', ugh but lam going to come b*. have never seen any quite a* largeas A cannery at Tltusvllle 1 I. cred REDLAND P. F. A.
unteer during the First World fore then If I get half a chance. . th_. None of them I Ie'completed ited with putting into can 2,500 Br George Wlagale. Reporter
War. I' "I have been doing a lot of' yet but three are almost t pounds of crab meat each day of --
The | ready to b turned over to the gov'ernment the season.
coming /traveling Uncle
generation of Indians
oa Sam'l
account': Redland Chapter of the
F. F A.conven.d .
will be ..bll0 fill [I1 lnc* I left home. I : for use by the contra '. ,
hew '
manypoaltlons
really: at 7.30 In
l Item 11 tors, I think that by the time I Sholem Lodge the chapter
of ,
trust and nsponllblll some beautiful country and>j!It Is Independent room with President Donald Graft
ty that will be their at a result;110m.'' dirty title 1 think the!I completed this will be. the Order of BTfai Brlth. a Jewish presiding. .
) of their heightened interest in ed-p i[ one was St Louis. No. I world.most beautiful army: post In the organizaton: has voted $2,000 to Committee reports were heard
/I' ucntlon. :wouldn't live there for equip a memorial room in the
thin and
acted
1 I allY "The climate upon, and then Rex
here I
II like
just i It
t unless I had to. While t South Florida hospital for
I '
crippled Seats
was there I II at home. We have told of the F. F. A. Fedora.t .
TheM ire times that try men's", enjoyed' my stay though at It' qultoes her more nor children now being completed a tlon meeting he and Lynn Goody.,
souff The summer soldier and I was all rev to me. I had more than and they are smaller I Miami at a cost of 250000. Earl WvionB and Donald Grafe
the sunshine patriot will. in this, fun In New York than I did any sleep under they are it home. We all attended In Miami Nor. 3. Rex

erji| % ihnnk+ from the service of place: that I've. been. I never re-1|but the mosquito nets at night Norfolk, Va, are now enjoying a stated that our chapter Installation
their country; but he that stands, allzed that It was such an I Iro-1 day time"mosquitoes go away la i the furlough at their homes. When team Installed the federation officers

it now dosscvw the love and I.menee city. I saw almost everything I' ROBERT BELL they return to Norfolk each will)1) for liMl-42 Including Donald
thank ot n .t and woman there that hears i be sent
one the | to the navy trade school Grate at treasurer and that the18ederation
TV i mm. Iflw hell. Is not fully most about. Vraoa and myself! he prefer. I i has decided to have
conquered, yet we have this eon knew a girl there and she showed Willard Hendcrshott s the annual field day In Miami
solution with us. that the hardrthe us the whole town and >h* would I Is Air Corps Officer PRESTON VISITS MOTHER with Miami-Butts Chapter designated -
conflict the more glorious 8Ie,not let us pay for anything All to be host and Risk all
'IUlllph.-Thomll Paine. 1778. I people that I have run across th'l Willard L. Hendenhott son of Freiton H. Lee of the Bah A..,R necessary plan and arrangement
j[Just a* nice to the soldier as any Mrs. J. Carl Hobson has received Gp of Elgin Field, Fla. who was After this, w* took up regularnew
If WI desire to avoid Insult on* could want them to be. his commission a* second lieutenant formerly stationed at Maxwell business, and our president
must be able to repel It; It we ....1 "Now Puerto Rico 1* much dif In the army: ah corps reserve Field, Ala, has returned to his appointed Rex Seat) Earl Wyiong
Ire to secure peace, It must be ferent It you see any American and has been assigned to Barks camp after : ten-day furlough I i and George Wlngate, with Bruce
known that we are at all time women at *n they practically Ignore dale Field, La. spent with hi mother, Mr*. Ruth I Bitting is alternate, to b* our
ready for war.-George Washington ; a soldi- n-7 Lee of Goulds. [chapter project committee and

1W. few of them down her fields, art mom: ON rVaOOtTGHADm .make a report and recommend

I sot married. About all the wonwawe We** Kastraga and Alfred John a Bailey Post of ,,the floats regarding chapter project
They bat five up essential *%-<1 ever ass an tile MV: girls 'C. Yanade ad' ......... MIl American Legion Homestead wa at out next regular meeting.
a arty to oMalav little temporary II and you cast understand them .Hone-W. 00MtaIe ef Florid City given a place on the Armistice

safety deserve neither liberty or and they rant understand ua who bar completed the six-week; Day pvegrmn* Ja. Miami ,Wednes- adjutant of tile loot post,. Mahe,

.safety. ,-BeajiminfrankHa I ,,,>??.<- '! 'WM I recur Surprised ta see- aaval tectuit I er i47V' arof.1K. dajiTwaea.'William! :'J, ,GefUmo;{blFtiral9Gdlg !!, :aa'. Lcm..... .:i.U




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November 14, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE _Fire i

Mrs. J. A. Rocks and her granddaughter :copied the words and hope to know. I
Patricia Walton, will return Homestead Girl ScoutsBy them by the next meeting.
Sunday from Eau Gallia One patrol worked on tint aid
and Around Barbara Miller. Scribe
In where they ere spending the week reviewing all the things you '
with Mr. Hooka whoa farming should do In caseot accident.: The
It ItMiss '
In that'Section.1' Th SatUfdajf before'Christina* other patrols worked on their project

Homestead the Girl Scouts will, jselp the a . *.1'!*
FLORIDA CITY Christmas Cheer fund by having Boll was called to fIDeS out who
By Mia W. W. tow a tag day.Dec.nber. brought note hooks, and a silver
-- j 22, at Biscayne Park star was given three girls who

Huff aDd her nephew, Miai Emma the girls In uniform will sing. did.We {
Ellen Ackerman who has Mr. and Mn. C. S. Phillip and discussed the flag and \
Dickie; Huff, left; ,yesterday for a been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter family arrived Wednesday --.. On the minstrel badge, Connie ,Warned bow to told It and hangit
two-week vacation in Winston- Weisa for two weeks will leave log from Cochran, Ga. Campbell and Joy Peters taughtus different ways, and how to destroy '
today for her home -
la Long bland two longs, The 'Night Herd1naIIII" It when it to worn but.
Salem. Ed. W. Weiss et Mr. and Mrs. Lucclo Accunlo ,
Saddkdver N.J..
a cowboy song, and "The Betty SUllman. hostess, servedsee
a brother 0 t Mr. Weiss also is and family of Everett, Mass. returned
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Vkk. who vistttaa at their home. to reopen their restaurantIn Sea Scout", a scout song. All cream.
have been visiting la Afflano O. ..rte. the. Terrine building on Palm
have returned to- their. home la Mrs. Helen Hackler left Sun. avenue. I.
Goulds.Mr day for Fort Macaya where she t e
plant la spend the winter. Horace Goodlft arrived from
Walter friend of Win. Norfolk Saturday for a one-week NOTICEEffective
low. Ariz.. arrived Friday to Mr. and Mrs Jules Abraham furlough with his family.
spend the season developing her of Coral Gables were visitors olMr I _
grove which ta Just west of Mn. and Mn.J.B.Byrum la Bed Mrs. W. F. Robertson returned ? November 16, 1941
Chat. W. Camp'i place on Bauer land Sunday.Dr. Tuesday tram so extended visit
drive between Tennessee and [ with relative In Cleveland.Mr. PASSENGER EQUIPMENT will be DISCONTINUED -
Farm Life roads. At present Mn. and Mn. B. 1:. Gatlin, their
Friend II a guest of Mrs. Camp. daughters, Misses Jane and Betty, and Mrs. Herbert Young on the following: Florida East
'Miss MaryUelle Gibbs and Joe and Ernest Campbell of Klklns, Coast Railway Branch Lines and mixed
Mrt. S. Grant of New York City Vale spent Sunday at Key West. W. Va., arrived recently for the
who It pending the winter in Miss Gibbs was accompanied home winter. They have taken the Collier Branch Line Trains
Miami was a week-end guest of by her niece, Patricia Gibbs,, who cottage on Eighth street.,
her cousins, Mr. and Mn. J, E. 'will spend a week lure. OKEECHOBCB BRANCH
Cauzens. I S. E. Pocplchel la ..mplored'bukher as
at the Tladal store Trals N*. 131 and 1U. between New Sauna Bah ad
Joe Vale of Kansas City who
C. Hagler Rice has been unableto has been employed la the office Lake Harbor
i Mrs. J. H. Dixon Is confined to
direct the manual training work the
at pipe treatment plant for
Train US between TlttuvUle and Beacon
Not and Uf
her home week
this by Influenza.
local school for
In the : the peat several months, left yesterday to
week because he Injured the first i work on another defense projectnear .I..Uea.
and second fingers of his right Memphis. Mr.and Mrs. Johnny Becker and MIAMI-FLOMDA CUT BRANCH
band In a power taw. Fred Redd enjoyed a hunting trip
I Carol Virginia Lee, who la a to Cape Sable over the weekend.The Train Nan 41 and A between Miami and Florida City.
Dr. and Mrs. Carl r. Robinson pupil at Montverde School Mont- FREIGHT SERVICE will Mntlaae to be provided' eat
had as guests at their home In I verde Fla., returned there Tues W. S. C. S. of the Florida I the above Branch Lines and Branch UM Train
Redland Wednesday, Mn. B. F. :day after several days spent visiting City Community Church will hold
Whita of Burlington Vt, and her her parents Mr. and Mrs. Curtis a benefit Thanksgiving supper;
telia E. Lee ot East I Nov. 20 In the Sunday school
daughter, HainJUA drive. rooms. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYBUDGET
I 'I
Mrs. J. A. Hudson and Infant Mn. Otis Brannoo. of Fort My ; I
son, Wade Hampton, born in Fort ers spent the week-end with her Mrs. J. K. s-ti I to visiting relative
Meade, Oct. 20, returned to their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T,Lee. f In Miami for several weeks.
home In Homestead Monday night I ,
1 Dr. and Mn. Frank Jones of II I 1111"11111"' C " 111 " '"',', I :''' ' II:; I:; 1111'' I '" ," " '11 "''IY !:!' "" 'PI

Mr. and Mrs Louis Muench of Boswell Ind., and their daughter,
Springfield, Mo., are announcingthe Helen, are visiting at the home -
'birth of a nine-pound five. of the Key. and Mn. Geo. E. Deuel :
ounce ton, Paul Webster, on Nov. In Redland for two weeks.
T. 'Mrs. Muench' --
is the former "
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Long otParkriver
Miss Bemlce McEwen daughter of N. D., arrived last week PLAN
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Mr. and.Mrs. C. W. McEwen. In South
> Allapattah Gardens to
spend the winter.
'I Mr. and Mn. A. S. Moye bad
j as visitors Sunday Mr and Mn I Mr. and Mn. :.Guy Harvey of
1 H. D. Coppedge, their daughter, Woodbury, Conn., arrived in South
I Jayne,and Fred Haddock. all ofCoral AUapattah Gardens this week, to PAYMENTSFor
Gables. I(spend the season arming.


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1941. ACCESSORIES

LOOKS AT

1916 AUTO REPAIRING



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,F AUTO UPHOLSTERING

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\ I J.HINCS have changed

,, / lot la 21 years yet
20 DOWN
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there is much that is the same :

la 191tf it was Preparedness; in 1941, National De

fense. But now the scale ll bigger, the pace is faster.
Balance
Easy' Monthly Payments ii iiI
There was pressure on the telephone business then. The

pressure Is infinitely greater now. New training camps; Hi I :'

new aviation fields; new munition plants; new shipyards "- q'

and many other defense industries all need telephones. .

Everyone 2s moving faster . and, when a nation hurries .Come In and Talk Over Your Needs .,.I.

; it does so by telephone. Southern Bell spent about
$4,600,000 oa new construction in 1916. It is spending jr:


over The$51.000,000 entire Southern la 1941.Bell organization serving nine Preston B. Bird Motor Co. I ISouth

i bouumrj wcte*.is giving "fnt ulT to Defense. We be-

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I I h : .I-. . Social' Events in South Dade SEMEN .




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MISS IRIS CAPLINGER WILL BE BRIDE BOOK WEEK PROGRAMTO DISTRICT'S RARE TROPICAL FRUITS
I BE GIVEN TODAY

OF PAUL CLIFTON HERNDON IN SPRING j I A program on National Book ,I ADMIRED BY FEDERATION MEMBERS

Week will be ,
st meeting
-- presented a --

Mr. and Mr*. E. S. Capllnger of cat there. I of Homestead P. T. A. this Member of the Homestead B. fruit it brought for state,,officer

Homestead are announcing the engagement Mr. Herndon, son ,of Mr. ..ndMI'I. afternoon at I o'clock In the school I P. W. C were co-hostesses with Mrs J. F, Hammett and Mrs. Cha

of their daughter. Mary auditorium Mn. E. H. Gallaher the Hialeah club at a district W Camp mad the fruit presentations -
K. of
O. Herndon Springfield
Irl. to Paul Clifton Herndon of librarian of Homestead High meeting of the Florida Federation Mr*. Ben Archer, president
has been In Homestead about l
Homestead and Springfield,. Tenn. ayear I School, will speak the high school of Business and ProfessionalWoman' gave a brief summary.of theclub'
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and for time served '
a a* band will play, and of
pupils the
The wedding will take placein I Clubs held at Miami Battle activit'esOther ;:.
minister of the Homestead Church
the I elementary grade will put on aPlay. Creek Sanitarium Sunday. members Of the local club'preaent.
spring. of Christ He was graduated from '
Unusual Interest was shown by: were Mrs. B. A. Waldin,
Miss who born In David In N h-
Capllnger was Lipecomb College *
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: 1 the federation memben In the Mn. Cha Clinton and Mn. Virgil
Homestead and attended the vIDe and will enter College
? Harding -
I beautiful sprays of Ceylon Lyon, members. and Mrs..Mar-
( Homestead schools: wn graduatedfrom In Searcy, Ark., In Januaryfor The CalendarNov.
I berries which the local garet Kennedy Mrs. Flora D.
Northilde Technical High! further for the .
study ministry.At 1001II"1
i brought for table Myrn and Mrs. Lloyd: Delta,
) I School In Miami In June and ti present he I* visiting his parent I -
in the basket of rare guesU.
i DOW working. for a trade certiflUNItERSrnr I In Springfield. 14-H6meted P. T.; A. I

meeting. in school. auditorium.Nov. . .
14 Homestead school band 'I B. P. W. C. TO MEET Lean is arranging a musical program -
STUDENTS CECIL DODD ELECTED I "
concert In Legion Park. I' AT AVOCADO LODGE for that day which will include -
GIVE PROGRAM FOE CLUB PRESIDENT OF CLASS
I Nov. 17-23;-National Art Week vocal solo by Mn. T. J.
Three pupils from the music department I Cecil. Dodd was elected president -I observance. by: .Homestead, Art I "Our, Country In a War TornWorld" Hodges, violin solos by MU Edith

of the University of Miami . of Wesley Fellowship Das dub. I Is the theme of a program Camp and piano solo by Mr. Vane-

I. appeared on a program at the of the Homestead Methodist Church I Nov. 17-Election meeting of which Mn. J. E. Citizens, International Harris. Mr. Adrian Jacobs' will

Monday Muilc Club this week at at a short business meeting held Garden Club at home of Mrs. El- relations chairman will introduce the speaker. Hostesseswill

the home of Mn. H. K. Foulk|[during a wiener roast at the Mowry berta Buie. present at M.nda.venln,'. meeting .' be-Mrs. H. K. Foulk. Mn.

I when a committee from the Unl- street canal Tuesday: evening. He I Nov. 17-Program meeting of of the Homestead B. P.-W. Cat H. O. Cronwall Mrs. A. L. Campbell

I venity Club. Mn. B. M. Hindman|will succeed Min Antoinette Move Homested B. P. 1t. C. a meeting to be held at- Avo- Mn. Herbert Katz and Mn.

and Miss Lois I Behreni, presentedthe who resigned from. the presidency cado Lodge.WOMAN'S O., W. Calkin
: j : Nov. 17-Meeting of Princeton
to become
program and member of the superintendent of the .
Home Demonstration. Beginning with the executive
University, Club were guests I Methodist Sunday School. Bob Club at CLUB PLANS
; | home of Mrs. RusseL' Hamma. board meeting Dee; 2, all meeting
Cast
Herbert Lsvlnson played four was elected vlcepreatdent'Mn. Nov. GUEST DAY MEETINGA of the dub will be held af 81
\ violin selections. "Melody" I| David Williams, Mrs. Lloyd -Alt-day meeting 0' W.
by Field and Miss Marybelle Glbb S. C. & circle at Royal Palm talk on defense work for' o'clock In the evening It wa an
Gluck arranged for the violin by
State Park. Dade County will b Dec. ( nounced.
given
Frill Kreister "Hebrew were hostesses at the outing. i
Lullaby"by
Achron for I Present were: Mr. and Mn. Nov. 18-Bu.lnesa meeting of In the Woman's Club building to Present were: Mn. T. E. StadI,;
arranged the violin
Woman' Club of the Mrs. Walter Weiss. Mrs. J. B. Mc-
Auer Leslie Dither and ion, Shirley, Mr. the Redlands. member of the Woman' Club
by "Summer
Idyl' by Bur-
leash and "Mazurka In A Minor",and Mn. Field Mr. and Mn. John I II Nov. It-All-day meeting of of Homestead and all othen interested 'Clung, Mn. Herbert Katz; Mrs.

Whichard, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Es j'I Homestead W. S. C. S. circle at member -decided at I P. J. Franklin Mrs. J. D. Perkins
by Chopin arranged for the violin' -:
by Kreiiler.. Douglass Brenner tell Mr. and Mn. William, Mr.j I Royal Palm State Park. meeting of the club Tuesday: afternoon :j i I Mrs. H. K. Foulk Mrs. H. B.

and ;.. Dodd, Mn. Rudolph I II | Nov. 1 -Meeting of Gleaner in th clubhouse. I I Beattie Mn. Jas. McCready, Mn.

fang "Sylvia" by: Schubert, "Hills'(Young. Miss Allle at home of Mn. Labon Bishop, Jr. Mrs. J. F. Hammett i Irene Shanklln, Mn.-E, E. Crawl -
of Home" by Fox, "Traveling" Ferguson Mil: gave a report l
Endres and "For You Alone" by by Mary McNeill, Mines Antoinette,!j Nov. -Redland P. T. A. benefit on the Christmas I Cheer committee I j son, Mn.:C. B. Wlthauer and Miss

Geehl. Mill Edith Adam playedthe and Helen Moye, Miss Effie Booth I II )I calendar party at home of Mrs meeting and asked the'I('I Norma Holecek. *

accomovniment for both. I I Miss Martha Close Miss Gibbs.j Ida Elchenberger. members of the club to contribute ITUUUS
I(WUlard Norman, Roy Nelson and'I I I Nov. l-Meeting of University to the country store planned forth j TO BE

. Hostesses were Mrs. E. H. Collier Mr. Cast. j I Club at home of Mrs. Ruth L. Christmas Cheer matinee and i SERVED IN FLORIDA CITY
I
Mrs. E. H. Gallaher Mrs. Lee! I Scott
H. I --- I Ij ;: to help get contributions of food I The W. S. C. S. of Florida
Lehman and Mrs. Foulk. ]j Nov. 20 City
,
-Turkey
|ROOM MOTHERS upper at for barrels which will be placed In
'" Community Church will begin the
; Others present were: Mrs. J. D. HOLD MEETING: Florida City Community Church. various stores. ,
,.j I Redd Mrs. Carl Anderson Mrs. I Nov. 20-Work meeting of Red- serving of Its annual turkey supper -
I The Mn. S. S. '
Redland McCahHl.
Ceo. N. Wakefield, Mrs. Wm. Mus.wlwhita. .' P. T. A. room land Home Demonstration Club. scholarship In the Sunday school: room on

." Mrs. Bevo Webb. Mrs. ;mothers voted to assist In the Nov. 21-Social meeting of chairman for the Dade County Thursday, Nov. 20, at 6:30 o'clock.

Lloyd Dells Mr*. Frank Webb membership drive In every way Woman' Club of the Rectl nd.. Federation "Women's Clubs; will The committee In charge Is com-
I I
d I possible when be guest speaker at the social'! of Mn.
s', { Mrs Howard Johnson, Mr. Julian they met Monday; Nov. 22-Cafeteria dinner In posed John Rohrer Mri.Cha .
H. Mn. afternoon at the home of Mr. D. Loaner meeting of the club Nov. 25 at 1 *. Clinton, Mn. Roy Chandler,
Webster Lewis Brandon building for benefit :
E. Bashor In Goulds. Mr. W H. of o'clock In the club building It Mrs. V. D. Well and Mr. Boyd
Mrs. South Dade
burg, E. H. Collier Mrs. E. L. Red Cross unit.
Turner announced.
was Mrs. I.
membership chairman. P. Me- Cohernourvowa .
Lawrence. Mr. Fred Redd Mr Nov. 24-Program meeting of
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Coo. M. Frlck Mn. J Tom Vann, which gave a short talk on the drive Homestead Art Club. .
will close
"'n. B. E. Oatlln. Mn. H. 0.Thurman .I Nov. 18 Nov. 25-Guest day meeting of

Mn. L. L. Hood Mn.O MI'I.Present were: Mrs J. C. Craft Homestead Woman's Club In club-

I. Gault, Mrs. A. M. Logan,I IMn Leo Bernecker, Mrs. Joe I house at 3 o'clock. /
Fennell Mr.
Frank
Geo. D. Ruehle Mrs. A. W. 'Mn. W. W. Hathaway, Nov. 2 unJor Woman' Club i
Bethea Mrs
Gordon
Hutchmson Mrs. Gordon Ivey cabaret "SAIE !
Bill. Mrs. M. M.
Mn. J. A. Elder Black Mrs. Nov. 28
Mrs. Sam J. -Meeting of Redland W.
Homer
Davis Mn. R. E. Edwards Mrs. Mn. W.Bitting E. Mn. Arthur Davl.1 S. C. S. at home of Mn. Frank, tt > ,-- IT*)*!* *rrt* TO TJV

W. B. Mill. Mr*. J. R. Rutland, Gaby: Mrs. Carl F. W. SUllman.

.. Mrs Carl Wagner Mrs.Ceo. L. Robinson, Mrs. Dorothy Cowdy Dec.Semlnole Indian curio
Polk. Mrs. Clarence Mn. Herman Helnleln, Mn. E. S. sale, food sale Jack* Howard
Gray: Mr and bazaar of Episcopal -
Jensen, Mrs. Turner Polk DIXIE DRUG Johnson
: : Herman Mark Mn. E. H. Galla- Bashor and Mrs. Auxiliary In Loaner building.Dec. .
.
':. = tier Mn Bertha Nill I -Builnes* meeting of
. Mill Edith Camp and H.Ulman'1 Homestead Woman's Club at 8 Phone 3* and 9111Keeping
EPWORTH LEAGUE GOES
: ginia Stewart p. m.
ON TREASURE
HUNT i'I
I Dec. It--Christmas party: of Lesion -
i KEDLAND W. 8. C. S. The Epworth League of the Flo- and Legion your health up to high
Auxiliary at 6.30
. A ride '' : est standards mean complete
TO BEND GIlTS I City Community; Church en- o'clock. diets. Often diets are lacking In

A nominating committee wa appointed toyed; a treasure hunt Monday I Dec. 16-Business meeting ofWoman's sufficient vitamin and at such .

I Wednesday at a meeting,evening. Club of the Redlands. 1 times poor health gets JtJ start. ET1'
ef the Woman' Society of Christian After the hunt game were For that extra >-H
I played: In the town hall. Hot cocoa where diets are lacking In..vita- -
Service of
m Redland Community and Raybum, Lanier Whitehead, Wil- mini be aura you get Poretest
t Church at the home of the sandwiches were served. bur \ tt
I' I Cave, Merle Cave and Owen Vitamin Products There's a i i
Rev and Mr Geo. Deuel. On tthe Those present were: the Rev. and Horace Qoodlng.ALICE'S type for every ased.Uyofie-in' .

committee are Mrs. M. A. Baker and Mrs. W. E. Rowell, Mr. and with now-ee* ear A.eliK.e.Larn

Mr*. H. J. Armstrong and Mn Mrs. Clyde NleU and daughter VITAMIN PRODUCTS why Retail Vitamin Product ,

Geo, W Turner Jr. Officer will Virginia Clair. Mines Louis and are of the highest grad.

be elected VlrInJr Brooker, Mill Geraldine wawa our M Mb* I* MM rid h.
stj next month. etas.w malls. stool
Mr. Deuel conducted a study Griffin, Ills Leola Shelley. Mile dqx JE

period on the book "Jesu and Catherine Rohrer. Mill W.rreneSeftry of
Social Redemption." Miss Lavon Thompson.. Old aliLdKiY/sfJGl ;/fJI".t"""'

The members decided to George Johns. Al Taylor. Lamar MODERN
bring to CHARM'y E, ugh' to last you a
the meeting on Nov. J8 at the Griffin Wade Thompson T. J.GLASSES 1- .. long time. Fine duality

o.! home of Mrs. Frank W. SUUman Facial Pads Ideal fat cleansing! re-

L:. a gift to be sent to the Wesley 1ii Forqulck! cleansing, raving ::-r value etc. "
lew's .
.
> .' a
Community House at Key West : \ removing makeup
"G Delight; I, stirnu- . MODEM! CHAUM'old
P. T. A. CAUCNDAR PARTY lating. '
-To Keep Cream
.1 i TO BE HELD WEDNESDAY I Ill '
ou
..pkr.ttq woven oee'uklblo..lt 49 PADS CI. A -
Mr. Ida Etchenberger, Mn D.I i Awab1 ..week with'( h.mqtr, the \.I": '" 1 POUND yO :

i E. Basher and Mrs. Ma Campbell boa IRLe I 9'0 CIIaI.aaft. a base a.oma ewe N secs?ell
t ;jwlll be hostesses Wednesday eve-] tabIa1w 1 1smathod

1 Ding at a Redland P. T. A. card ,all '

calendar party at the horn of Mrs Dtftndtr Nose and .ant ztBOKICACID

aichenberger.Chinese 'd
Throat ATOMIZERFor
checker will be provided POWDER
for thoee who do not care Deardase sal retie.. due fs ., coU and stuffy conditions
I Into M* ko fcmha4. jlmM get this atomiser that Hakes ideal solution to sooth

Everyone I Invited T.bllpial" raw helped Ami416 hasp a" 01 11....._ gives you dependable service. dust or other Irritation hi the
ies..e" Waves For ail or aqueous solo eyes. Other uses,
door prise and grand slam Sifter
tloili. taw top.
I'rI.re promised a* well a* the Dr. a F. Stebbins BEAUTY r 4i)2

aeries 'prl.... I I 99c- 111121s
Dr. L W. StebbinsUM SALON ,

55.55 IIIICIw9 .....
W. Flailer 8L. Iliad ....
nEiJIE WANT-ADS Pr.a.e.wo..e.e .
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,AUXILIARY FOR A Seminole FOOD SALE SETS Indian: AND DATE curio BAZAAR sa'e: CLASSIFIED ADS

II I food sale and bazaar of the Wom- j
I Social Events .an's Auxiliary: of the St John's It I t

Episcopal HATCJlnl ihiertla 101 a,,line} subsequent Insertion
< ... . .. [ Church wlllrbe.held
... .r.... ., __ ." .' ..,-, |Dec., 6 In jhj LjMncr building: 50 A Bad
was decided at a meeting of theauxjlary
:.I Friday at the home of LOANS -

1 AD ASTRA CHAPTER OF 0. E. S.:HO'NORS Mrs Edw. Stiling In Florida City 1-- FOR ROT

'I The Rev. W. J. Pendleton
gave I LOANS TO MODERNIZE
OFFICERS OF DISTRICT TWENTY-NINE FOR RENT OR SALE Store
i I a talk on the work of the auxiliary. REPAIR AND REMODEL
Mrs. Ralph Kingman, presidentof 'building with living: room I Grove, Residential and business ,,,{
Officers: of District Twentynineof orlal services Nov 30 at Coconut the auxiliary, will be Ita rep.. Suitable for most any kind of Property are available through '

the O. E. S. honored at a '.Grove. resentative at the district meetingto business. On Key West h'gh-! BROOKER LUMBER COT INC.Suggestions .
About I be held In way at Florida City. See Edw.
hundred Nov.
one were pres LVray 17. j
meeting of Ad Astra Chapter Friday ent.INTERMEDIATE. Soling realtor, or 'write Jo. :
n'ght in the I. O. O. n hall SHOWS VIEWS OF DISTRICT KupperU, 4221 N. 11th St, St. ; Add extra rooms or porches

included past worthy matrons,I( : G. A. I Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin has been Louis, Mo. (NI -tt) New roof and other repairs
showing his colored moving pictures : Convert garage Into apartment
past worthy patrons, worthy :MEETS AT BYRUM HOME
i ; Convert house into duplex
I of the Redland District at FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Mn opts
matrons, worthy patrons,, associ1 -;I Ruth Byrum entertained the Intermediate -I meetings of various club and associations L. T. Proctor. Over Better Food i MONTHLY PAYMENTS

ate 'matrons- associate patrons, G. A. of the First Baptist ' In Miami. Store.. (N14-U) I $100 II mo. repay 1&.118 mo.
. conductresses and. associate tonI Church of Homestead at the I'$1000, 18 mo<-tepay $31M mo.

I aa4at.r ... ... !I home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 0IIIIIIIIJ1D J 111I "I11I11'.I.' : FOR RENT.Twe-bedroom apartment -i $1000,. 60 IIHX--repay' $2l. 7 mo.
I Each guest was presented with J. R. Byrum Monday.. After the aU electric,' furnished. S$5000, 60 mo.-repay $1081} mo,
:.
1'lft'and each made a short Ullc.Mrs. .' business meeting various games G. 0. BREWSTER, M.:D.; minutes? drive from Homestead' _
..I. PL McLean-sang several were played. I Loans Can Be SecuredTo
Federal Its
highway Biscayne
} solot to fcMnnpahWint'played' by Present were: Mn. T. T. Bowen, tie EarrKae and Threat drive, Modello. Mn. Eva Col-j, Modernise and Repair

Mn. Whitney Beam. L. A. Young i I Mrs. Byrum, Barbara Jean Smith, I I Treatment Uu' LEASED OR MORTGAGEDj
gave a chalk -talk with violin Winifred i j PROPERTY
accompaniment Danzey, Catherine II W. Mewnr 8C. ppwlte !I
by Miss Edith I
Camp. Shackleford Jolyene Mock and El ratio Apartments, RESIDENCE of Ernest P. Roberts !j Loans for NEW CONSTRUCTION
Ad Astra Chapter decided Betty and Ruth
to Byrum. Avocado dr. and Tenn. rd. Also :of Commercial Building are also
unte; with all other chapters in Office Boors' f to IS Daily
The next meeting will be held I : cottage on Tenn. near Avocado. .I available on MONTHLY PAY-
the district for the, annual memOFFICERS I at the home of Jolyene Mock, it For details apply to Martin's MENT PLAN through llrooker

was decided I J CI -S'J I"' arrmmrmllill Filling Station. 024-tf) .Lumber Co.Wayside .

ARENAMED Stands, Barns Gasoline
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FOR ROYAL AMBASSADORS I FOR RENT-4-room newly\ (urn' Stations, Utility Bid, Tourist

.,. Officers for the Royal Ambassadors for Delicious Home CookingYou'll I ished apartment. Private bath Cabins, Real Estate Office Garage,
of the First Baptist Churchof bottled gas ito\e Reasonable Poultry Buildings, and \nricus
Homestead were appointed at I j rate. C. H. Lawrence, 103: N other industrial and commrrclul
a meeting In the church Wedns- like Tropical Cafe for W. 1st St (A22-tt) buildings ire eligible liuidr or

day evening They are ambasisdor its outside limits.
f tasty food, its pleasant at city
n-chlef, Virgil Radford; I FOR RENT-Residence In Florida' MONTHLY: PAYMENTS

first assistant, Bobby Morgan; sec- mosphere. Do come in soon. City; 3 bedrooms, fireplace, electric $100, 18 mo.-repay $308 mo

ond assistant, Nickls Sincere; recorder I stove running hot and cold $1000 36 mo.-rcpny $.11 94 moJ300 .

Billy Scott; custodian, Jack Tropical I Ia water two bathrooms; reason $: : 30 mo.-repay nil h5 mo.
Morris; program envoy. Jun'or Cafe: able rent. Apply Leader-Enter1 I
s Pope and nightly deed envoy, prise. i itOlt We also have F. H ,. M'AMjfor
Billy Melton. New flumes payable monthly

The officers were selected by over 20-2S yeari.
Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott, leader, SALE !,
Dinners w. aIM We furnish everything-idea*,
Mrs. Frank Irwln and Mrs. J. Tom
V Ifm. LIVING ROOM SUITE bedroom plans, estimates and materials
Starting at
Bobby Morgan S. O. Wood, tij ester Itaoo suite (twin beds), breakfast set, There Is no obligation in discussing -

Bobby Hall, Billy Bryan and Gorge parties and Individual pieces of furniture your needl with UK. Phoneor

Sprinkle. took part in a programon Sell all or any part J. I. call. We'll gladly explain the

"The Baptist. Missions in South i a 0e Coker. Apply Mrs. W. D. Coker, .rrvlce.

America". 330 N. Krome Ave. (PN-14) BROOKER LUMBER CO.

Present at the.,meeting were Phone 6t Box US
Billy and Irving Melton,' Victor - ; 12 FORDSON tractori ready to ; Homestead Fla.I "_
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work. Reasonably priced. Overseas
and Jack Morris, Richard and Billy "
Scett Charles Stevens, Tommy M Motor Co. Phone 292. I .MISCELLANEOUS"

Clark, Toni .nd' B lly Bryan, Bobby I lN7-tf) i ,
Hall. Bobby .Morgan S. O. I
FOR SALE-Baby guineas-3 LODGE and
AVOCADO rooms
Wood, Oeo. Sprinkle: and Mrs.Soott. old. We each. Helen
. months
.' I i I bath, meals. Modern home surI -
Whiting Ferreyra, Roberta road I soundings, reasonable. RedlandI

t Just north of Avocado drive.' I rd Biscayne dr. Phone 5B4-W.
0 (a8-tf) (n4-tf
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NEWT/G. BALL I ...Ah! la t tSMALL"6ttt PAPAYAS, :Jc a pound.. Mrs. Ke.tl 'COLOR_moving pictures taken
II
I Jackson, 111 S. W. 2nd it. shown, all occasion L. C.

NOTARY PrBLIO I Homestead. (ml -tf) I Shanklin. Phone S-79S1:
I Ir (pn-21)
': r dt I
i FUR SALE lYopfcai plants _
rut trees ana tropicai fruit to

,_ Fire Insurance and J season. Jungle Grove. RedUm | WANTKD_
Convenient I and Plummet] drive.
road .
Kindred Line : WANTED-A few hundred do|
worth of Homestead BuildIng -
ORIGINAL Rl'MMON:11n | Ian
I 1M ('..... of just" ad P-Srs. ,
((1 tnwai '.... .. & Loan Asm. stock Quote
.
13 N. Krowe Are. ) .....a. I..rtrt, r1-d. ( I'llr.ED
paymerdit RERMAN dn1.r horn,, a.NEkNAN : price In first letter Address
I RAURAr6 FACTORY, 1140. I Box A-139, Leader-Entrrprise.
I LENA fcUMCE I'Ulnllff
i (N7.21)TUTORING
.
join HENLEY !)of....... I .-
Now the small home can be built right from ma ACTION WANTED Mgft
WHY DONT YOUTBYCHICOPDACTIC IN THE NAMIC or THi STATIC OF school and grade school subjects \

?'.! start to finish. It can be well designed. It can CONSTABLE FLORIDA TO OF THE SAID BHUtlFf COUNT' "R ANY j Mrs. H. J. Armstrong. A. D. I
van >r> .krrrbr fomnwndrd W swum \ Plummer drive and Country :
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Joke N-.lrr. Hon Florida. Mhrfor a
be well constructed. It can include'modern I pwr _. .! mr nffln. HoiiMnti> | Club road ;
1 FIortde. on Ik. ITtk lUr PI 101............ - j
A. D., 1041 Iho* m4 ...... la ...wr I IV COUNTY JIIX.IS' (' "ii'
II conveniences.The FRED HERMAN 4nlnit fc...ln, u HER. lIMe C...." n.,MaIIMI I IHa
: MAN SAUSAGE FACTORY INC. In a i
I rtvll krllon Mpott It claim. of TWDfTT.I I 11..1:01.. of Will/m. r..... _t!.
i FIVE IS2>M DOLLARS.Horolil
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small home has never been so usable-and I foil ix*. or JvidfilMltl will W NOTICE OP INTENTION TO' klAMII'Nport A
A "aI
f
alms -.l..t bin kr 01 ; IIh.... curt i
I that
Nlea :5. i.e sly
livable. Home financing has never been so lard aands day o.wA.mr hand.. P.L.,and,UNII8ICIt.I.tl.''I.I. oil. this. Inv ntortum final M Ancillary>.,) palU..e A4mlnlMraiir foe that C. (.

... of T. A. of the ootoU of William PirtyJ- '
practical for the moderate-income family. 41k District.. .w..d I and that w the 24th . I
H.a.M.bk W. p.FlorMo.
1041. I vlll oi.plr to Uw
lULl ..,.. t
14. II. Ko.. t. 14. IMI) Hlanb.R. Crony Juf.5 Dap. eo.
100rt. fi.. ppro..l '* MM fli.l wrrfrtM
DO NOT "WAIT" I The down payment may be as low as onetenthof NOTICE I'M>.11 FirmiOlSNAMB .mlnl.tr.for final C...Ioo-h.T. A....01 M 1M AMllbnr 04.16 A4...fwnll. J

The longer you delay seeking NOTICE 18 HUtHlY LAW GIVEN th.t tkokiwtanlrnxl .. 1'.... -...
Chiropractic's aid in Illness the the property valuation. One loan will .. desiring t* ....... In ...1- This totk "OJ'' of OetuUfr I'4I. !'
I ol HARRY SWELDING IRA C. HAtCXM K.
longer you may longer in unnecessary -, take care: of the remaining cost of a new hom nw..n/et 1M HHnP flrtllloM hilo4 um W rrvtowr. 1 I AMllliry AdmtR.....'.... C T A. {'
suffering. So many who rid .._ with the Clerk of u.. Circuit !I of lh r.,.... *l Wlmrn Park. DM'd.lOrt .
came to ui finally, tell how they, Repayment is made |ii monthly installments I Cart: 01 1).. *..*.IL' A.**MARPER.toes. ,I J4. 111. N... 1. 14. "4I| tl.I .

wish they had come-and benefited', H. M.... 1. s4. II. I.4II '1 1ri I NOTICE i'Nnm LAM ITIOVII :.
-very much, earlier. So bring out of your income over ample time. I NAM* I
I NOTICE 11 HEREBY OIVM that Uw
your ills here, for help, today. '..M.nbrad. dearlne is .na.A I" Mlnem.der
Learn what is what I : : j the flrtitlom Mm of CAH1PLATINIM >: ',
Chiropractic ; # .
R. S. LOAN DrPAKMFNT. J
I We will help to put through appli- j SHOP .._
it can do for you, you your Ms-d2 a ,.rla.r the rid I

HOURS i iI I cation for an'F. H. A, loan. .AKERSi:! i 1'with DadCony.doo Clark. Florida.Datd d the. CL.W5 c.of j jI

r I:}* to Its I to f.SO; I to I I I Office Bevti I : I this (CHARLES**r tMk. IMI a. rATt.. I II

a Taeadam t J* U U; S I* tM I .. ..SloaUIT. L. JONES..
,', W. D. HORNE CO. .....,.: i I (OJt. . HOT 14. tl. l l> 4

'I,. Sugars by,Appointment J JDr. peeed $ I NOTICE IMDPH LAW PKTmOdSNHS I

Elliott! FRANK L. SKILL, Owner NOTICE 1( HEREBY: OIVTH Hut UM
..R. J. Parking Spare ._...... ",PI.. to gnome, too I..t.moe .
Hardware, Lumber and Building .Materials Frre ; urirf th> flrtllloM' Mme f* THE
PITS TOI1RISI HOH I. hM so _Mw
Arcade '
Mooney I I
lIte", f1a. n-e "'-. 174 N. W.. SITU 8T. MLuri. ,,rid "_ whit ikt Cl>rk of ClmM tort,
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net* 261WBOMESTLADe non s-tiit ,of t Me Co..tr. "..,......
; BERTHA 1. Pm.(04L f fS
FLORIDA !, I I1. N' T. It. III. 'I 1M
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. + been Invited to put In woodwork Frank Hau m n amid that the Merchants' Association, Mr. Kirby
FERRY BASE BUILDINGSContinued
SHOP
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pieces. Charm strings, also, are Homestead Girl Scout will II In tald. If
desired. the past conduct a tag day for:I The tomm.ttee: will meet agala
: (Continued from Page One) ( ;i"Pap One) All who are Interested In Joining the Christmas Cheer fund.. I Thursday evening at 7.30 la that',
t and returned construction win be In the art week sales eventare DD. J. J:. Johnston, president, city balL M
ferry base at Homestead. It was: started Mr. Turner laid. Invited to bring their products ot the Rcdland District Ministerial Anyone who knows of a family\ ]'
laid that no announcement would, Adult classes are how being to Mrs. Webb te the Losner buildIng Association, announced that the 1 that will need help at ChriitnutJ
probably be forthcoming before conducted at the Homestead school tomorrow. Thanksgiving service collectionwill I time la asked to send the carnal
next week. In auto mechanics metals and gas The art club members are: Mrs.1 be put In the Christmas Cheer and address of the family and that
Air traffic congestion over Miami and electric welding. The welding H. A. Ekberg, Mrs. Frank Skill, fund. names and ages of the childrento
due to army and navy air classes which m held from 8 Mrs. Lonnle Hood, :Mrs. Frank Ii> accordance with a custom of the Christmas Cheer chairman
training activities and arrivals and! p. m. to midnight still hart room Hausman, Miss Bertha Null Haus- several yean standing Homestead Others at the meeting were Mrt
departures of commercial planesIs 1 for a few more pupils. The metals man, Mn. W. R. Anderson, Mri. fireman will repair, repaint and; M. F. White and Mrs. Kirby from
one of the principal factors thatturned and auto mechanics classes beginat Jesse Qossman, Mn. B. E.: Gatlin, rejuvenate lined toys brought to the Homestead P. T. A. Mr. '
the eyes of the army men T p. m. and end at 10 p. m. Mrs Alex Hammings, Mn. Russell the fire station for the Christmas! Hammett from the Lions Club, E, \
toward Homestead In the search The metals class has room for a Home, Mn. Henry Ruegg, Mrs. Cheer committee to Include In bes- J. Norman, Jr., from the American i
for a springboard for the British few more pupils and there Is Alva H. Crowe Mn. C. A. Ehstr ketf to be distributed at Christmas Legion and L. Brawn from the
tighter planes.It plenty of room for additional pupils on, Mn. B.M. Hindman,Mn. Paul time, Chairman! Kirby an- Woodmen H.\1\ World. f :
Is understood, moreover, that In the auto mechanics class.: Reynolds, Mrs. Ralph Kingman, nounced. I
the attention of the army men was Conducted under the supervision Miss Parman, Miss Elizabeth S.' Toyi should be brought to the
called to the solid rock foundation of the vocational agricultural Hall, Mrs. Tberkildson, Miss' fire station. by Da*. 1, Mr. Kirby ems SKATE CONDITIONED IN COMFORT I
which an airport In this section department of which Ceo. N. Broeker, Mn. Chandler, Mn., ROLLER.Afmw .. I p, *
would have, as compared with the ,Wakefleld b head, the adult classes' Webb, Mrs. Archer and Mr. Spear.I said.Flam for a community Christmas I auoa- IS. *............. fta Ira \
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ill to 11 P. M. :
sandy soil which forms the foundations -
have already been furnished with Honorary members are MissJ tree will be made after a consultation IK i... t.. j I
for airports In the Miami four welding machines, lathes, anda J Kitchens, Clarence Wooton, O. r. with the HomesteadWANTADSPAY I
Venetian Rink
Skating
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area. complete assortment of mechanics McIntyre and Wm. E. Wood ;
nn s. w. ana ATV. ariu>i
tools. When the two
shop w tt"
I II
buildings are completed,
more ,
LOW BIDDERContinued equipment li expected' to be In- TOYS

stalled. I j

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trac. delayed pending validationof ART WEEK mas matinee and county store \\0 ;
bonds Issued the Florida "
by wTilch are counted on to raise "fa \
Keys Aqueduct Commission, will (Continued from Page One) funds. Mrs. Hammett, Mrs. R. O. ,
not be made until tomorrow or The viola li made after his own Shore and other members of the ':
shortly thereafter, Lieut. Sawyer pattern but the other Instrumentsare Woman's Club were asked to secure .
said. Signing of the contract Is from Stradivarlui patterns. donations for the country to\\\et'
expected to take place tomorrow, Since Mr. Davis make violins as store, members of the Junior :
and work of laying the pipe will a hobby he has been generous Woman's Club were asked to take
begin within a week or 10 days about the price, and often a child charge of ticket sales and theatre
afterwards It was said. hal been given a $500 violin for decorations and Robert Glenn, Jr.,
Lieut. D. O. Spellman of the $100 If the family could not affordto was asked to arrange. for pub-_
bureau of yards and docks U. S.
: pay more. Some of his Instru- licity.
N., will report here within the ments are In the Miami University Barrels and money boxes will
next few weeks to become assist Symphony Orchestra and the violin be placed In stores as In the past,
ant to Lieut Sawyer in supervising teacher, Joel Belov, owns two. It was decided.
the construction of the Miss Bertha NiU Hausman will Mrs. Russell Home and Mrs.Dr. ..rIET
duct. He will be ,exhibit hand-made aluminum
his wife and child. aque-I rays: Mrs. S. J. Lynch, plaques; Leonard W. Masking
The treatment plant of ,G4o. L. Polk, articles made of mahogany -
Standard Asbestos Insulating and and other ''local woods; GLASSES
Manufacturing Co, manned by a ae..dl.l.e I. sse s..l..ar..switd.s I
Mn. R. L. Hobson stamp pictures; [ u4 a.w.tea *lIII NoI
skeleton crew, Ii awaiting arrival
and Mrs H. J.
Armstrong, coco- N. H ruse Ml. MI.Bl. fta.
of 4,130 feet of 18-Inch pipe. 650 nut tree products. e..1p AIr comitw.d
feet of 12-Inch pipe and some Local high school boys have C-.In' T_
special fittings to complete its Job ___ I
of coating and lining.
FEEL THANKFUL I ,I r. .1 CT' t r 'f I: 'C' I ., pI
'
MARKETContinued Double the pleasure of your
salt .. I
-; ) Thanksgiving drive or trip
r wtth Auto Insurance! Insurance
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Do You HaveA
buyer Is concerned, Mr. Phillips safeguards from loss, relieves
said yesterday you of traffic-fears. Any car
"Other markets do not discourage P owner becomes a better-safer! FURNITURE PROBLEM?
the buyers by making them with hit mind Insuranceeased
par a package charge", said Mr. -driver. We will be glad to help you solve it, whether it
Let ui tell\ our
Phillips, "What will probably be you
concerns the whole house or an occasional piece.
reasonable Auto Insurance
decided upon Is a charge for platform i
space to the buyer and a ra tel.
per package charge to the grower." Smith-Graves Furniture Co.
No arrangements have yet been EDWARD STILING
made for erection or operation of seal fw AlUuM
=
the old Self-Help Co-operative] .. c*. REALTOR I IIh Phone 248-J Homestead

canning machinery which has been
stored at the market since It

opened. It Is understood that wa'i ___ =-1111
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under -
gotiations are still -- -
'induce the Farm Security Ad. .

ministration of a building to finance at the construction marketto Our Local Plant 'All Set'

known house also this that machinery.several canning It la to Supply

firms have been making Inquiries ,
about the machinery. The demandfor


defense Insure canned the program establishment goods In Is expected the of national a canning to- Your Needs for the SeasonWe

plant by some Interest at or
near the market.

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e

- have been fortunate in securing an Humus that is mined and processed at Tarn
'EXPERTt I
ample supply of fertilizer materials to pa, which growers are finding gives better

BARBERING i maintain our standard quality of mixtures results in setting pine land tomato crops

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

It supply of Chilean Nitrate of Potash and contains about 3 per cent Ammonia and
Haircut....- 50c II thus has a plant food value that Peat Moss
Nitrate of Soda to supply our customers'needs.
Shave25c does not have.
TffiSulphate
Our fall simply of Tomato Seeds is on
Shampoo (plain) 40c of Ammonia is now on the hand and ready for the grower. We also

Shampoo (Fitch) 50c government priorities list and the supply have a supply of Insecticides. Copper Sulphate
will be United to what the government does
will be scarce as 90 per cent of the
f Massage _...50c
I not use for defense purposes. copper tniined is ,going into defense prod..

2 We also maintain a stock of Vegetable ucts. .
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SHOP. I Florida East, Coast Fertilizer.,

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ti e N. KROME AVE. II Telephone 16 FRANK B. RUE, Manager Homestead, Fla. ,
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