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 21, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00517
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I Legion Urged 20 Years, Rotes Told

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:I75! TO 2.75 AT I.; ..' Day at the Rotary-Force of'the First World War accomplished I TilE "Only" One Way to SettleIt
Said Last Words
noon,'was marki'dby nothing Mr Lambert Official :"'" ,
said, that In his weather report statlon.,1
an address by Al Lambert of opinion If it had Subtropical Experiment Before Shooting
r nof been for the A. E. F, the people .
FLORIDA CITYState Miami, captain of the American of America would bl speaking I Homestead. Florida ,SHOTS SEEMED LIKE
Legion Guard of Honor
and secretary German today.
Nov. 13.1 78 i 83 130,001 0.2'
of the Dade County unit The American Legion has been Nov. 14., _I n 1 [129.801 "GOOD HARD SLAIS"Cries
of the Committee for the Detenuof I II working for 20 :years to get the [Nov. 15___. ,184 170 1.15),
F a r m e r s' Market America. nation to do what the government Nov. 18._.__ 78 I I of Woman Bring
Sends 325 Boxes to i I Replying to those who declare I ia trying to do now overnight the iNov, 17. .. . .1 81'' :. [trace Tenants Breaking
I that the American Expeditionary speaker said Nov. 18.. 11 I 17 130.081 0.:1: I Door
Jackson. Miss. We Leglnnalres hated be' Through
war Nov. 10. I 83 I 51 130.041
I cause we knew what war Is," said
LITTLE DAMAGEBY BONDS OKAYED. he. "We knew also, however, that I" I With two shots fired from a .38

,Iln order to preserve pace the caliber sawed-off revolver, Adolf
HEAVY RAINS' H. SHEFFIELD NOT
PIPE LINE TO BE,I United States should have a largestanding I !Dreyspringrr; 37, fatally wounded
Glad-c.OD; i! :, army and a navy large ,this wife Gertrude, 31, and then
Early to Cut
enough to patrol both the Atlantic'and BLAMED IN DEATHOFCHAS.W.BECK ,
the took his own MJ last n-ght.in: their
Down Let-up Follow :BEGUN IN'30 DAYS Pacific.
I 'al the E1Patio
ing Pine Land Mr. Lambert told of the beg!fining I one-room apartment
of the American Legion when on W. Mowry street.

Tint pine land-tomatoes of the With validation of 11.750000: I li& was organized In France after The couple, who came hers from
the Armistice -
1941-42 bonds of the Florida Keys Aque- under the name of Pahokee on Nov. 8 so that Drey-
season wen shipped from Chas William
the Society of Lafayette The Beck. 79-year-old
duct Commission
Homestead and Florida City this by the Florida Supreme upheld yeater.day Court, American Legion now has I mem. resident of Redland, was injured springer could take a job as a
.. .week.. tondr Genii pf ,200,000, he said HToldorthe 'f rooftr on the white migratoryfarm
' Three lyenty-Jvj. lettingof, C ,."fasaimstrucUonef fatally shortly before 1 o'clock ,.
boxes many bills for rehabilitation last Friday afternoon when hi., labor camp project had spent
bought at the Florida City th-plp tiN U etc"+
pected to be announced momen and recompense which the car collided with one driven by'i practically the whole day In the
i State Farm n' Market for cash on I
tarily. Legion has successfully sponsoredIn Harold Sheff. ld, Homestead electrical 'company' of friends who lived in
tin" barrel head brought prices Williams Bros of Tuba congress and of the network contractor, at the intersection -,I the apartment next to them, Mr.
ranging from $1.75 to $273 to low bidder on the project Okla"j (Continued on Post Four of N. W Sixth avenue and;'and Mrs. B. B Stewart, and were
growers that Included Paul Haley been getting In readiness Eighth street H, died in a hospital -['said to be apparently on the bent
C. E. Elchenberger George W. I job for several months, and for',LIONS UNVEIL Monday. j of terms when they left to go to
Smith and John :Rohrer. mat announcement of the contractby A coroner's jury Impanelled by their apartment less than twenty
I Justice of the Peace Sid L. Kendrick -'minutes before the shooting.Mrs. .
They wm bought by D. B. the navy will be the signal for
McDonald of Jackson Miss, who- the assembling of construction PORTRAIT OF I 'exonerated Sheffield front| Stewart said that only five
blame of,minutes before the she
Tuesday. Testimony shooting
plant to have a truck at the mar- I crews, machinery and material
according hre. Aal construction Is witnesses showed that Mr Becks had come from the Dreytprlng
ket platform each week, ex- '
to C. S. Phillips, manager of1 I!'peeled t bj under way In less WM. I. FISH !I car going north on Sixth avenue apartment where she had gone to
the market I I than thiiijr days. had struck the aide of Mr. Shelffield's !speak to Mrs Dnyspringerntzabeth .
I which westboundon I Dreysprlnger worked under
Prices would have been better I car was
considering earliness of the season -, Thanksgiving Service I f In memory of his outstanding I Eighth street Mr. Sheffield 'Stewart who Is a roofing foremanon
weather accomplishments as a Lion, the suffered cuts and bruises but escaped the white housing project.
,(Continued but prolonged On Page warm Four) To Be Held WednesdayThe ,:Ridland District Lions Club ,unveiled without serious Injury. Mr.I| Mrs. Dreysprlnger was woundedIn
a large portrait of the late Beck suffered fractured ribs which the left side, the bullet entering
II I annual community Thanksgiving Wm. I. Flsk at the regular meet. penetrated his lungs j I'Just below the breast and passing
I Red Cros Dinner to Be
service of the :Redland fog Tuesday night Chas Pratt Witnesses were Mrs. Irene Co- out through the right side of her
! Served Cafeteria Style District Ministerial Associationwill spoke briefly; of the great amountof of Eleventh strict and Red-]body. She died in the James
bt held In the Homestead good Lion Flsk had done and h.nt Continued on Page Four) I,Archer Smith Hospital a few seconds
i The :Red Croif dinner which the Church of the Nazarene on West the untiring manner In which he I after being taken there by
Homestead B. P. W. C. will serve, Mowry street Wednesday Nov. 28, had served this club. I PERMITS GRANTED I. Turner ambulanci. Her husband
cafeteria style, in the Loaner at 7:30: p. m. Program Chairman Cart Wagner I Building! permits granted by the died shortly after neighbors
' building tomorrow will ,be ready The :Rev. T. A. Ferguson pastor conducted a quit program 011 city council Monday night Includtd !crashed In the door when they t
for the first cuitomen it 11:30: of Homestead Methodist Church, "Know Your State". with the following a 8UOO addition o Landon Car-.heard the woman crying for help
o'clock Mrs. Herbert KaU Chairman will preach the sermon; Dr. J. E. Florida Crackers participating ney's packing house on the F. C. M she lay dying. The bullet he
announces. Serving will 'Johnstone, pastor of the First Bap. : R. :R. KInard J. S. Peters C. right-of-way north of 'fl"[fired Into the center of his chest
continue in the evening tioun. list Church of Homestead and Robt. Glenn, Jr., Paul Losner, Horne '-.d station, a $::10' '' Whole cake, pies and potato resident of the association, will :Ralph Edward", Chas. Cox and In colo.ud town ""d. 1300 garage' r ysprlnger was dressed In undershirt
I. salad will be sold also. live the Scriptural reading; and Wilson Cash. to be built bv G. V'ynn at his,' and trousers. Powder f':
Die dinner will provide fundi the :Rev. ON. H. Ricks pastor of Musical entertainment was provided resldnce on X M, Twrd street (Continued on Page Four) :
for supplies needed byHith the Homestead Presbyterian by a sextet of :Red..nd High I I
Dade's Red Cross sewing un.t Chu-ch. will give the' Invocation ( Continued on I age FOUl)
which is directed by Mn. B. A.]Mrs. T. L. Hodges will sing. -- 13 Local Painter Are Represented
TJbbiU and ether volunteer All a-e invited to attend the 'Franfj: eriynr' HeldliesUrday
\t ,workers..,' service. 4 : Stores to In Nat; ,,/nal Art Week Sales Exhibit !

Close All Day Nov 27 **
Miss Edith 'Camp:Pics Violin Made I 9Slorea t The National Art Week s.Jes exhibit ( H. Broeker. New York "*i

fa Henaea ** will which'I' being old in tr ,artist, whose grove home I I. on .

'. <.._ :By! Amati, 'Teacher ,of'Stradivarius .ales-n-'eI tit day aQ Thanksctrmf Thunder s. Loaner building by the Mom teau I Tesmessee On the opposite road. wall altiotlotiia ,

Kiss>Edit.iCsjnp' hu recentlyopened College,of,Musk-and Metropolitan .''Dar.AN. ssasrissuiswltk rats Art Club- fills. not. wily the main -aught b, an exhibit of water i.
? '.ttidlo"for isutrtactioo in Conservatory in Chicago and recalled a"* '.4 k* tie Unwound .* I room but ., the two' jlces eofor and oil paintings by Helen ?
a
a "degree H.pu':1fe school .tag tfctcauas AssstssHim. early which. front on N. W. First street Han TberkUdson who specializes '
Yoke:and vtolin ii "it the"home of must la)Columbia ScbonJ' of Music Ibis year.Yeatenlay. In both of he amal'.-r room la Cowen. Mrs. TharklUaon, ,
I .blr and XTS. Sans' J. .Davis- on in Chicago In Cblcafo ah* wits '" ; ,WM ljecrve4 a* arc Msg pete'..ig* ry )I....-Mat '. It the wife of W. T..TherUUaon, Vagriculttril '
.' Farm Line road/and local music also a pupil of Herman Felbcr and ..tVukartrtBff>Day .y ,the IMS*. J:. Chandler. On 'of the loon editor of the' Miami f
lovers have been Interested in bar Otakas .Sevclk. effleeav. by_ jatt wasters ef law la devoted t" Chinese sasses and Herald
playing and la her violin. la, Paris she studied at Soda ....., turn taker eaaa.*and pictures painted during her twe-! The next exhibit U outstanding !
The violin Is'a wall presented Normal de Muatque. bit .....,see *. the staff .*. year play In China and mina her _. striking group of still life pinto
node i a :Amati. teacher of Stradivariu' Chamber Music, Player, the flkaf!* Is AaWVtV OT o..data...... six alas Thursday afternoon.In I IParman[ .wfeo studied with Den.
Hiss Camp had come to Miami Knoxville String Quartet and the at aw ....... Keys Mswtfwe the main room two big'{,man Fink at the University of
Beach for the season but moved to Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, Thanalay. If.... Z*. WM wethin".ll..kasiving tiand-paJatcd screens of wood and!I Miami two years and bat spring
Homestead after she had met Mr. and she baa taught at Howell Day *yrresUes an ecclesiastical picture painted .ttendfd the Chicago Art Institute.
and Mrs. Davis. Mr. Davis if now Neighborhood House In Chicago, Maasistsli but she Ctaosary .- on metal attract much attention,,I, The next group landscapes
making a copy of the Amati violin. at Camp Greenwood on Ellison: las Thsniay BS.worm*n- reports Mrs. Frank Webb exhibit;flowers, still life and portrait by
Mist Camp studied at Cincinnati Bay,'Wla,.and at KnoxvOM. I bee WM Proclaimed far .,..... cbainaan. They ate the work-of;I (Continued on Page Four) .

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Pare Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE _ Friday, November 21,1941
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.. Inebbriated Gun Toter festival will be In charge of Mrs.
LO.O.F. RED CROSS GETS
.24th YEAR FESTIVAL QUEEN
Victim of Own Trigger T. E. Kirby who will be ..ulated'Ib1 ,
Mrs. A:. D. Smith. Exh-blt
HERE MARKED BY! i --- I II CONTEST GOES TO space In thin department, limited,, 161 MEMBERSHIPS "
i Driving hie car up to the fire! ,In .the .pRitt will be greatly Increased .
station late Monday night T. I j
1142 festival abd1many
In the
VETERAN AWARD\ I jChilders. 40-year-old 'Homestead REDLAND AGAIN, articles which could not be i $220 CASH HERE;
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fruit packer, brandished a M automat |lulled bfore'will be welcomed by I
I e pistol while he told all .
Mrs. Kirby. Jan of fruits* vegt-i, -
Presentation of a 23-year veteran land sundry what IP Intended to do The conKst ; selection of a ,[tables and Jellies that have bean One hundred slxty-on paid
Joe M. with It to a certain person for queen of the Redland District Fru t, be for table use'
jewel to Scarborough, !l for can prepared :memberships 'with total cash reM
whom Mrf Childers evl desired. Those
marked the observance of the 24th are'especially
the Redland P. T. 'I f celpU of $220 40 it the result so
anniversary of the founding of' no great brotherly love.Whther A. whose staging can furnish product for exhibit)I .
of ttis lint contest of f far of the Red Cross drive in
Homestead hi this kind I \
Lodge of Independent meant to punctuate In the woman's department are
j Order of Odd Fellows Monday,h:a remarks with something more at test sr'. festival was a big I asked to get In touch with Mrs.|;Homestead and Immediate vlcln.ty; i
'evening In the lodge hall emphatic than picturesque language attraction. AM for many years I Kirby or the festival management, Mrs. Green Rives, chairman: of the
A military detail from Canton or whether hi Just got his pad have, the charge Homestead of the ad-eelllng P. T. A. will and I said E. H. Gallaher, festival man- local drivj announced yesterday. "'
Dixie No. I, the uniformed rank fingers tangled in the trigger of ager. '
pr.ting; of the premium books. Tht figure! does not Include re- .
of Odd Fellows, Miami, escortedMr. his gun is not known. Any rho .out of eight community .
Scarborough to the point.of way the gun went off and a bullet The woman's department of the booth chairmen have accepted ctlpti from Florida City whereMrs
presentation, which was made by went coursing up the side of the ' 'I their appointments; Mr. Callaher Paul Haley Is chairman, or '
H. B. Beattie of Homestead, past Inebriated Mr. Childers' right tem. Will .Show'ChildreiesHome announced, and1 be expects .that the greater pari'of' Redlancl tin. '
grand master of Florida 0dcI-F... pie. Witnesses were satisfied that Films. In Redland .'the remaining .three >will' tx In Rives said; .Tba goal An this. dis *:'!
J wL I his Intentions were anythliu. but harness next week. trlct la $300.Those .

The speaker of the evening was suicidal. The.Rev Harold-Barnes,'superintendent .The .bingo concession of the :fe .. who have not been given i.,
-W. Raleigh Petteway of Miami The police,on duty at the time 6f the MethodlsOchii: fcval will agate :be In the hands an opportunity to Join or eontrlbutj >
.whose theme was "Happiness'*.I were out on patrol when Childen *, '" Home at"'Enterprise Ft*,* ef 4h --Redlan.District L:on* Ctab- became they were'net at home
Mrs. Wm. Muu.lwbke.IIII, two drove In and they returned onlyIn will show colored moving p: tures with a locatioa more suitable than when canvasser ;called.'or for -ti
solos to piano accompaniment by time to witness the shooting.On I of the home at Redland Community that of test year. other reasons, may do so Saturdayat
Mrs. Whitney Beam. A saxophone -i I Tuesday Mayor T, J. Harris. Church Sunday morning at the The South bade ,Garden' Club 1 I beoths which will b. established '.
duet was played by Joe enlarged the) police force W l!* Sunday school hour. He win be has begun arrangements for another -, In front of the Dixie' Drug'Storeadd
Scarborough, Jr and Barbara I winter time strength by addingR. I gin'promptly at 10 o'clock: creditable exhlb: of flowers'' the Loaner building (old Citi- _
Jean Smith. H. Worley aa patrolman and You are Invited. and plants, Mr. Callaher said. Later, refreshment" were servedto I gave strict orders that one man
the more than one hundred was to stay on duty at the station
persons that wen present from I tat all times.
the district that Includes the ter- ..!
ritory from Fort Lauderdale tot I To Hold Funeral Today ,
Homestead, Inclusive1.
For Claus E. Vihlen
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Recruiting OfficerIs
Funeral services for Claus E.Vihlen. .
Here for One DayFor 49. Eureka grove owner,
I who died Wednesday after a long
the benefit of Redland District [period of 111 health will bJ held.
men who wish to enlist In at 3 p. m. today at the graves ds .'
the regular army, Sgt. John M. In Palm Cemetery at Naranja
Taylor, Jr. of the army recruiting The Naranja Masonic lodge will
.mice will be In the post office I be In char,!. .
building In Homestead from S 30 I Born In Sanford, Mr. Vihlen jJ
a. m. to 4 p. m today. Applicant 'came to the Redland District 38 TYaRISb.,
accepted may be sent to their stations yean ago. He leaves his wife. ?
at once. Nan two children, Clara and a .cf tor11 finds _.__
At present thre are unlimited Siegfried, and his mother, Mrs. Zt -
vacancies l In the army air corps, Clara Vihlen. all of Eureka: two
said Sgt Taylor Requirementsfor brothers. Ed of Eureka and Hugo
air corps enl stment have ben i of Goulds: and a sister, Mrs. W. B.
lowered and now only require an I j I Savers of Eureka.
eighth grade education provided Turner Funeral Homt has

the applicant Is above average I charge of funeral arrangements. I Theses M blackest M comfort uj plMran far Thuks-
telligence as shown by an _In-I giving lea the U.S. A. EnoT| Thanksgiving dinner with
gence test High school I Miami, originally numbered 28. UM fell* . ec Me Amrie a gnat battles elFr the
t
ates who enlist In the air asks H possible lead
corps I I Those who will receive certificates srldir.era. qu.nl departures go

t are now eligible for pilot train: ,. :' Towns whenever Too ptoaae.
I an: Mrs B. F. Dendy, Mrs.
Fred Suber, Mrs. L. L. Field Mrs. !.% 4Uf M ftwMtf Trip
Fourteen Will Receive ,E. A. Buchanan, Mrs. Herbert
First Aid Certificates Turner, Mrs. Ansel Barrow, Mrs. / HOTEL REDLAND
[:T.J. Walker, Mrs Ceo Fitzpatrick, i J Flaclrr Avenue Rom stead Phone 50
Fourteen local women completed Mrs L. Fontaine, Mrs R R. Kin- '
a t'n-week first aid course 'ard. Mrs. M. P. Walker, Mrs. R I
when they took an exam:nation B. Chandler Miss Mary McNeill !1F7:,
Wednesday night The class, which and Miss Marybelle.Cibbs. d
has t*>n taught by A. H Bliss of : --- "

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I 1I J EXPERT i'I We hate been fortunate in securing an Humus that is mined and processed at Tam. ;

ample supply of fertilizer material to pa which growers are finding gives better

I BARBERING I. maintain our standard quality of mixtures. results in setting pine land tomato crops (.

for the coming )'car. We will also'have a than Peat Moss does. This Vegetable! Humus .

::1 I supply of Chilean Nitrate of Potash and contains ebout 3 per cent Ammonia and A

I ; : Haircut I ...............50c : Nitrate of Soda to supply .our customers' thus has a,plant.foed value that Peat Moss ,

; i Shave .......... . ...25c i needs. does not have.

, Our fall supply of Tomato Seeds'Is on
.i Shampoo (plain) 40c i :
Ij Sulphate 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 tupply of Insecticides. Copper Sulphate -
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i be limited to what the
j will government does
Massage .............. 50cBUSH'S not for defense will be scarce as 90 per cent of the
i i ii use purposes. copper miined is going into defense prod

,i i We arso1 maintain i stock: -of Vegetable acts v '

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.! N. KROME AYE. .i Telephone 16 FRANK D. RUE Manager Homestead, Fla.
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Friday November 21,1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pane Three

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Told UsTHAT : : "This is how :

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.,.a certain mm widow complain thai then uw too I,: I served my :

many swains whoM Idea tl aa trtn'jtft tnterlslnrstnt'la to bar : s

a girl a bottte of pop and.&*. spend UM rest of aM time trying j :

s to posse It eat of her. :: THANKSGIVINGDinner .

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THAT certain lady who swore last weak that she would never '

marry aga'n astonished friend Wednesday by announcing that I. "

she would again be a bride( -untU stv explained It would be only,:: ---

for the cabaret.
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THAT spicy bit of Information. divulged by a prominent .

matron at i highbrow club nvetlnc the ether night wm a toothsome ..

morsel about a toothless labJeet'
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THAT many ice now the wisdom of the Legion's pe.rlllhn but])

ai yet unsuccessful, efforts to have labor and capital *f well at fightIng -

men drafted in war time. I I
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INTEND to serve this year's dinner just the : tl
THAT the young orchtttra member and the clothing store j
salesman are bump'nf Into each oth-r quite often In front of a way I did last year's, because it was such a big

certain gate these. day. .-or eights rather. *- j Success. Of course I bought everything I

I needed of Wollam & Kendrick because I was

CHORUS CASTS .1'Oxford, Mn. Ennis, Miss Andrews i sure of the quality) and I Knew that their prices
Whitaker.
Miss
and I IAn
Intermezzo to be lung by were always as low as possible. It was a regular

FOR CABARET i Mn. Wm. Musselwhite has the feast-turkey and all the trimmings. Hut WE II.\O pumpkin pie, too and
following a* tentative selections listen- If I do tt10 nnH-ll II was gt
to depict brides of various periods awfully (IMH|, This rear I can
ARRANNOUNCED!: : Mn. Virginia Walton Mr*. ;; Plump, TerderYoung Tom or lien Irt a lovely pumpkin p'. b)
,J. T Hammett Mrs Herbert Katz, i eI using Moklr
.--- i Mrs. Turner. Mrs. Ennis and Miss' S Tana
Curt for the choruses of th' I Whitaker.A : TURKEYSAnd
fourth annual Junior Woman i, specialty In Addition to the: PUiMPKIN..25rAnd
Club cubirct to be given Sotur- :tango to be danced by. Mr. and
diy, Nov. 29 in the Chnmbw of MM Eugene: Fontaine: will \f a':: -1E::!:: .., I made somecranberry 1'1JI<'ed

Commerce building ww an- ,dance by Mrs Cheeiborourh. cr*. hr l! SUGAU.51b.29rfactor
pounced this Week us follows: I i utor of the cabaret dance fuutin-i, 11 Gt. M 1. :_ : sauce
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"Brngn (sung dv Howard and Miss datlln :11 1I f.- *' pocked
Wett numbers 'f '.t r"Y+tY 4)( ton*** I could hav rotten
)-Mrs. Dexter Home Ms. | Music for the cabaret .
And fresh
Oo If Fltzpntrick.: Mm FranhBernecker well for dancing which' .j 4 some MpliMii cranberry lane,
ni as the
II ....::: In cam Woilsm & Kendrick : :
Mm T..i. Walker, Mrs. i, will pnccdj and follow them witbe u. I EGGS..Doz.55r
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II t-n Father always liked It freth.
OUn Wr (ht, Miss( Pearl Whtaker. '! played by Frank Stanley 'and .. .II Ii
DUB Q:rildfM Relte 'Mice KathlcfcrfMl1jrT Cuttme Kftnttlhe I of rVa' : 'IJI': brrr. wrr firm anti tart
I charge' re* on<< a. BT'M'ER II 3J
High Bowen Charles Steffanl I Mrs FHd.ng; Ruff and Mrs Role t end trneVrCRANBERRIES .. ,. "i-( a
John Barker Stuart! Hill Die 1
I'r aria Harrison. .
Henderson Howard Went and Oeo, ', lb. 23fThe ea .
e a a
K. ritepitrJrk Band Pat ron Gather :

"Hi! Nj.glibor" (tuna by Mr Paper for Music FundThe And we had candied r n .
E. A. Buchanan)-Mit. Bruce En-I
nli. Mm Herbert Turner, Mrs Sweet
Homestead Band Patron Potatoes 5 Ib*. 25c
Thomas Che aboroll9h. Mrs. Elirt- I
Association 13 collect nfl, old papersand
bet!, Connelly. Mrs Stuart milt, a
rfiagn' not for sale to raise And our \vegetable:! buttered :
Mrs Wriuht MM Walker, Miss ,
money for the band
mtin"Ju'njle Mildred.' P:rrymnn and Miss Free- Any ty'rllon or business house CAULIFLOWER 2 headV25c' i
MEAT
having an accumulation of papers
Drums"-MM. Harold end magarinvi I asked to call Mm
Oxford Mr Erm, Mrs. Hall Adrian; Jacobs, president of the One of the relishes was Y a
Mra. Fitzpatrick, Mn. Cheesbor- Band Patrons' Association
ought Mrs. Bernecker, Mn. Walker I CELERY at only (stalk) 12c Is "
Mrs. Connelly, Miss Reitz, Mm DR. SAUNDERS TO PREACH
LaNalle Rogers (Miss Redlnnds). For Dessert had
Dr':c. Weston Saunders, of Ben- we mince pies were a bit ncren. -
Mill Jane Gotl:n end Miss Jonnie
i well me had several desserts
ton, I1U who Is spending the win-!
c
Lee Andrews (tadlei-ln-waitlng to Of th'y should alike
But I knew how the children roune
ter in Miami, will preach at both j
Mill Redlandi) :
a rich, fruit and nut filled
and services in
morning
evening have bern because I used that
"Daddy" (sung by Mrs. Buchanan the Goulds Baptist Church Sun-I rake to I got one at Vtolkun !
)-Mr*. Cheesborough, Miss J Kendrlrk'a thai "'II. lot better marvelous Non- 131/c'
Marie; Rogers, Miss Charlotte Ger- than any I could have made. Such mines meal. !
onimo, Miss Dolly Barnett, Mia This was really dellc'oua
Freeman Mill Andrew, Mill,Gat- I I
lin and Miss Pirryman FRUIT -Merita & Nat. Biscuit Co. !
"Cynthia" dung by Stuart Hall) i ,
-Mr*. Turner, Mn. Home, Mn. i
Connelly; Mn. Fitzpatrick Mrs We had 1000 Island Dressing: over the sweet weal- :

RAISINS ........p k g. 12 c.
I. LETTUCE, head.............._............._ 2 for 17c a j
Driver License Tests SutmredDATES t
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1 1I : .And stuffed the turkey with 10 oz. pkg.. 27c a !
AT AMERICAN LEGIONBUHJJINC
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a' PURE PORK SAUSAGE DRESSING.... 32c A-OH. sexed ,

; HOME8TTADTtU : ., NUTS................Ib. 35c I

tM.Mr,..plus"-AM'. NraM Fee mm hi m.tkrw .... '. And, of course we finished up with caiif.ia !
toW b .t Uw Am bee Uf... a.d.I.e.
TM *. am kT to MluMto BLUE PLATE COFFER 29c FIGS '___.__.pkg. 29e
take M. Tw ... *as.. seta wfUttOMt :: .._.._____.____. j
Mull wrf ltt M ... _
... L.a... AM Tit Ofnat .... ..
,.... ......, en _rear..r didn't know: :: "And you should have seen the way we all en- I

1942 what to do.. . ': joyed it. This year it looks still better."


State Driver's License It In la times hard of to such think confusion clearly., I:' GET EVE Y FOOD NEED HERE

But Turner's proved to be a !
Application New ra Sato real friend by handling I.
AT everything. Remember them .
-they stand ready to help
:ypu. .. Q r
American Legion Auto .
The ROUSE or DIGNITY ,
Tag Office .

Turner's Funeral] Hume '.
Open Dally .
I .D AMBULANCE 8EXVICELady
Tear Round service :. dins -
Attend***
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rMms. S7I Hemeetead
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rate Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, November 21, 194t


IHELEADEROTERPRISEMX ( : .'*'' :* Farmers Asked to Save TOMATOESContinued

I Their.Fertilizer Bars
UR' .
0 BOYS IN'SE..RVICE
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..CRERP_U..l mi Miller Tallahassee Nov. 20-Florida's
ASJORIC LEACH ARCHER .. .... w I 60000 farmer wean called on by detracted from the quality of torn
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I the state defense eouftell today to of the fruit With cooler weather
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IIIIIIHT sad Tim m -- - -
HOME FOB 1* DAYS conserve bag and metal container prevailing fruit now maturing is
Upon his return to the training
to be of much
for resale to Ttitoer and Insecticide expected higher
F.61116" rrid.r" .1 Now_ewd. FL, station h* will enter a navy trade and
quality consequently will
or slat twtIo Dade rnbll.h/as CwVaar. Charley Garrett has returned school of his selection announces companies for reuse with
SUBSCRIPTION RATES home for ten days of recruit leave Guy F. Hun, chief carpenters in the state."There command higher prices, it was
outRecent
It bass c:..... 11M after completing six weeks of mate who is recruiting officer for are Indications! that pointed
oat.td..1 Dada Cesar_ ar.w thin may soon be a shortage of heavy rain arm said to
training, at the 17 S. Navy training this BP'a with headquarter at
Fertilizer bag and metal drum have damaged only I few
in Miami
the office
national a. -.I erns waR post building
..... It lilt. M Ik* w! station at Norfolk. Va ill which Insecticide are hipped planting below Royal Palm State
--."U'It.Meeting. Fiorilloi. ..... SM w 61aro.a Lieutenant Francis Fitzpatrick unless CODIumtI'Iln the state conserve Park but field of mature plantswere

mdlWlmnU1I1UDIDUIWIDIIIIDlIIt! has been transferwd from Fort than materials for reuse,' not injured a* they were

Sin, Okla, t o UMh Field Artillery !.George L. Burr, Jr, executive direction strong tough -withstand the
of the' Barnyard 20 Years AJI Battery C Mfe DivisioBt, at Camp of the $DC commented. showers, which wer not of prolonged
Shelby, Hiss. AH of the other The defense council's fertilizer duration
Luncheon ClubBy officer at Camp Shelby are from and Insecticide committee at a recent Between five hundred and six
Anal Majrhew Fitzpatrick 1 Illinois meeting urged Florida 'producers -' hundred boxes of tomato were
IlIi !I111iIMIIII11iaIIif1Th. using fertilizer and insecticides picked this week and three tune
(President Turkey presiding) that quantity Is expected to be
r-gotae.. w e.w.a "wMe. Star all Her to retain containers for
About this invitation here from .- .M. 1 ._. .a..daawawa..054d aa. ...... Sentry "Haiti Who goes there?" sal to concerns supplying state' picked next week for shipment
the folks out In the town, I W Sawa rtw4a. Samoa ror. Voice In the Dark: "Cook, with annen. 1 from Homestead and Florida City.
I tell you very frankly the thing t ... .. ft __ doughnuts for breakfast" County Agent c. H. Stjffanl

has got me down. Sentry "Pass, Cook. Halt i said last night that extensive early
Tis they whorl gobble on that, -Mary Becker Is Improving doughnuts."--Exchange, SHOOTINGContinued glade plantings from Peters and
day-my gobbling will be over rapidly from her rates t operation Perrlne south would maiD I steady
Mow, Mrs Hen will be there and will be taken to her home In
you ( from Page One) flow of tomatoes for shipment all
a* pleased a* pigs la clover" | Florida City on Friday (Florida Homestead Girl Scoots season ai these glade tomatoes
The ben arose and nervously began -: City) Br Barbara Miller Scribe burns on his undershirt and on his now coming up will be ready for
.. to twitch her talL | _"The regular monthly meetingof chest and the absence of such evidence harvest when the pine land crop
She said, "The very thoughts of It the Ladies Aid (Florida City) I on the body of his wife,! Is finished
turn my comb and wattles pale.; was held at the horn at Mrs. We worked on handicraft for who was fully clothed supportedthe
Thou folks go In for dressing Even last Thursday 'a m:1: the Christmas Cheer fund thisweek. theory that he wielded the
The Girl Scouts last year gun LIONS UNVEIL
The following named
Though I'm not one easy bluffed officers wereelected
Tve a feeling that I'll be there and I for the coming year: : collected more money than any A tenant in the apartment house
most likely overstuffed." president Mr*. L. Taylor first other organization in Homestead told Constable J. M. Scarborough (Continued rPal'; One)

And then ha turned to Mrs Duck vice-president. Mr*. Tracey, see-, A Christmas song, "Deck: theHalls" who with Justice of the Peace Sid I School girls singing under the dUrectlon
"Will you be there to quack II and vice-president; Mrs. Gable, was sung and everyone L. Kendrick started an investigation of Mrs C. A. Cray In the
She said, 111 be there roasted and, third vice-president fn. Schwit- copied the words. of the case last night that his group were: Mis Jeannette Cos,
flat upon my back." i see; secretary Mr*. J. W. Edwards < First aid was reviewed by all little girl reported she had heard' Mis Kathleen Wagner His .
The goose responded to his quuti,J ; assistant secretary Mrs.1 patrols We learn as much as fighting in the Dreysprlnger apartment Louise Rosa, Mia Rosemary Hennlngton -
with a melancholy hiss ,IHenn| ; treasurer Mr*. Shield; we can about first aid It will and a slight bruise under Miss Avis Sitting and
And said. "It seems these holidays'''committee to visit sick Mrs. Hennl I give you a badge, but most important one of the dead woman a eyes Indicated Miss' Fay CampbillJos .

.re things I cannot miss" J I and Mrs Simmons I ; flower comjmittee we will know what to do foundation for this report Hickson, Jr. and!, L. R.
Dictation please, Miss Guinea! Mr*. Potter . ." In case of accident or sudden illness Another tenant said that just before Becker were welcomed Into the

Hen-here, use one of these s -'Mildred Campbell celebrated the shooting he had heard club as new members
blanks I I her 16th birthday Friday evening, The Grizzly Bear Patrol Is goingto the man say, "There Itn't but one Lion Sam J. Davis announced
lust say we'll all be thankful to with about 40 of her friends present have a day camp at Mrs Skill way to settle It." Then came the:;that he I* arranging a musical

help the folks give thanks" . ." home on Saturday ,two shots in close succession I program for next Tuesday night
-"The school faculty of Red- There was I vote on where we J. M. Reynolds which will be
-...--- I an employee on a ladies' n!ght
land Farm Lit school had beach would like to go on the Friday the colored farm labor camp proJ-

I party Friday: evening Those attending after Thanksgiving It was voted ect, who has an apartment acrossthe
CURRENTCOMMENT 1, here were: Misses Clyde ,by everyone that we go to Fairchild court from the Dreysprlnger U. S. TRYING

and Clo Smith Marguerite Cidiwalder Gardens and Mathoson IIam- apartment said reports of the pistol -I
Jennie DeVane and Selma i :mock afterward shots were not loud but sounded (Continued from Page One)
I John Prlncton) I I' Barbara Jean Home served ap- more Ilk' the sound made I for veteran which has resulted
Bv AG"EW WELSH I -'Mrs W. J. Clark entertained I'pies and cookies. "when someone 1* slapped real|;:from such legislation.
i Iin honor of Mr. Ernest Zuma 'hard'. Immediately Legonnalrj present who
_..........,....,_ ., afterward are
o. -w- |Crow ley. In contest loot member
guessing i of
a on HOMESTEAD 4-H CLUBBy ,Mrs Drjyspringer was heard callIng -I! the Rotary Clubwere
: Ulwr" Nona Mr W.Uk vans." the various kinds of rose Mr. I, : Lawrenc
fear Pope E. J. Nor-
repeatedly and pain forOlive ,
*MM.KU .n hl> "Co..........* whah.e Eileen: Fay
that M la .._., .. at Talmo" ,Morton won the prize which was (Mrs Stewart). 'I man. Joel J. Robinson Joe Sear-
with feto ...In..... Address ..sa..ittM. ia lovely box of correspondence'card Stewart who said he knew borough I Preston B. Bird, Dr Geo.
Drey-
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to Aunrw W-1-11. Sat N. t: One of the Dade County 4-H
Seth 'trw& Miami. Fla. *. The booby prize was won spring for more than a year anda I I D Ru-hle, B. W. Morris. Ivas
I I by Mrs. Chas Fuchs Those girls won a trip to Chicago Miss 'Moser
I presI'ent half In Pahokee and Belle Glade and Allen Bar,>r. Legion
The University of Chicago is were: Mrs Lee Lehman Mrs I D'laney gave out a recipe forThanksgiving a said that the murdered woman'!'naires present who are members

making a new dictionary of the )Wm. R. Crow, Mrs Chas Fuchs, relish She passed was Dreysprlnger second wife,:of the club were Frank B. Rue,
English language and the 13th volume 'I Mrs. Wm' J. Mrs W. K around samples of It. '
-. Bradley that he leaves a divorced wife and I Charles T. Fuch. L. L, Chandler
takes n down to "O". Inde-i,', Walton, Mr. Joe Burton Mr*. ...-- two children. ,J||Fred Redd W. E. Rheney Ben
I fining our ,>ft-u *d "0. K." lex.l1 Horton, Mrs. Edward, Mrs Dr R. A. NEWSBy A coroners Jury which vlewdi I .Archer, William J G'ronlmo and
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cographentrnci' its origin to.Shields. Charles Steven the bodies; last night I will continue'1 I I John L. Mathers

President Andrew Jackson poor:i -Anton Walden made a hur- ."'____ o"'.._ its inquest at 7:SO p. m. Tuesday,
spelling He wrote on a document rind trip to Jacksonville this week. :In the office l of Justice of the '!LOCALPAINTERS!
.
The R. A of Homestead had
:leaving Sunday and
I
e papers are oil korrectnd \ returning Peace Kendrick. .
t "'Tuesday1 a meeting Nov. 19 at the church '
I have marked them O. K. !
( thus git Ing'the people one of their'most :' -"Mr.. A. B. Cain Mr*. Hobbs with 12 member and one new I'I (Continued from Page One)
popular expressions and ion J. A. Hobbs are expected member. We worked on a muralof BECKContinued Mrs. Webb Is also popular exhibit -

a this coming week They are motoring South America and our missionaries .
from their home in there. Mrs Jesse Gammon exhibits
Too frequently we,refer to the gia" Goof Our new member was Donald ( from Page One) several pleasing landscape on the
Chinese a* the "heathen Chinee," land road, who wa wheeling her back wall.
I -Marlow Jacobsen I* expected Posey. The following boys were There also are varied
but hundreds of year ago they,home from hi'* vacation trip in'a than: Charles Stevens, Dickie baby east on Eighth street and saw exhibits by Mrs. Alex Hemming
f had a philosophy that we mightwell the collision from a short distance
few days." Scott Blllle Scott Bobby Morgan and Mrs Alva H. Crouse.
followthat we are all chlldr < -"After several day negotia- Bobby Hall, Billy Bryan, Thomas Mrs. J. E. Hewitt who Joan Levy, only exhibitor note
'n of one Father: that man'tion, J. V. Davis, J. M. Lewis an Bryan. Tommy Clark B.Hie Meld watched the accent from the member of the art club, show
c- n.t, begin to really live untilcnulrcd rear window of an automobile''I
|J. S. daatelow have purchased the ton and Irvin Melton n pleasing group of portrait and
I 'i toleration for- Homestead Filling Station from W -'''....'.. which had just passed tile Interaction ,other picture
old I "II" '" of feel- tr.i\ong weft on Eighth ,
K. Bradley end C T Ivey The ReR H. Spear has on
h 'Hi hi I fellow In ,1Not I CI1URCU NuTICFSCIi" ,I 11400'r; : U 'witt who saw the ''"v.h'bil work in
.. MI heUheiiHi drew --Tie Toullix Shrew held I,,.t .. . ...,.." .., .... ,.. .. ,.. Ill'S 'rr soli, Sty alt* the thr.e mediumsc -
.
lICIt'i.1 1 I. .
Sfclurd.ly Ud.. thc auspimToning ,, ( 'ValM..tmd chswfoatMi .
',,' Isn" 11\. .' UK doc f'rtt\i 1J."p; ,.1: II d I I 11'11 it tltl6rn obit.
,,, A*'ochtion, wi n de 'dedTlmri I' Ptph Kinrrin fhOMi a
I .,. <. Id both preach :jrIN ,t word 13 coups ofAlthough "Th-rice! t. ni.'" IE the -U'C' t o f lily tun .. t 1.0 to hl tper I t ) muMr ra on". ood, HijorfraH aril a
1 ::.,.t'db,91 tom' Uswnnatmoo ll'l1chtWI be, a f Ira;" 01, n' ) '" ,"
i
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I o" : and pot air !; t 11'or,', : ;, } ,, | 'e
r -" ra"iMf, . 'l'CUjd'In( the' FIorMa( City C);w,' On the coro *f.. tS/ty, wi: BB M:11: / JI{. AnrtM'soh It 'ri.pr*% a'
j e i i., n nerd 01 .c lIt'tI.1t.'ft1 vntchsj; rim rH lfI'fjIM. 111.' is. (lOr r Dirt" ;**S >fI\t t. 'one TMilkitigixlnir .Pull 1. w. J. Mwrtrifi. DrcttkHrne 'I nttJ I h x
f I 'be I lIo."ts". V.e havItrd (*dti*'. the ** Ar:' ? C'.IWer O DAV : J. a MrMts, Herbert W \ ?nd a I r rr flower picture.
.,r r S we: 'vi mean backward'hi '1 rheti'odi: n Ttxt i.* "Odr unlo TUJ tier a'i,! J.: H, Bobeiti, Si Mm Beth Archer shD.I nurnx -
had I :. i 'p1+ltijr*' and th. ruoci 'rvn'> |4T Mi P'rkI '
: \ n- the rn' : I 'i" ''': 'tttuirs thehad 1 pay f otuf r fkwu and fni t-pteTvtt -
I i rhrte UL I 1.IV I vaivgtatt fir the t'-j rnvnt of thou, ,.vo-w!' unh the past High: "ttd< Vl 1 I 'wV c ndu ted at 2. p. m W., d I t .r.:!\ and abor'R'i$,
t I tan vex I "Id rule ,''I"dro.: the! H !linn'ten relebialif 'upon me 'n the dsof trouble I l ,Malay: ft Turn,1' fNtnerul I IIL ..JI"by \ .i Bertha lJ ; Tn ell ullf .""; ,,.1 bet in the fire hal last Fnda*. i,.1 ,will deliver the. and thou rhill L the R<."\ W. E. Ruwell, past 11'i III tH q'IN'IIIIItr" the club, is r p-
t twrrn the t the. a .. crc nie.Iiltfl n' vsjntri! A feature of th **'. fI'tartly *,." ttfelms **: (4. IS). I of Bedhnd Community ChHToh iBlinal stilted by threi hand decorated

f the t\\ s n oasis line who"I" nlng wm the popularity contest' I i i was ,n WoodlnTi. Ct-mct .lyl'aluminum tray, and her mother. ,
,tst l' '1 Id inert mint n by ANIfOVlfmlUVlClII t in MiamI. I'
> r. won herds Droofcer . I |Mrs. Frank Haumtsa, by an un-
{ of It v ho oi'! t welt' "1110 4 "Mr' Louis Cable Is home "Priver and Thwdkrgivlnq". 'r t, Mr Beck cam' to the United: u!un charm string.
I 441 I'I heads' irl" 'ihi't, inut; sifter en exienlfd visit to her homer 'the sntyett for Bible surely atC- States W years ago from Germany I! V astonished Jt rot tt*:1
II, ;. II' "If ,m :10' 11. 1'"l; their !',stein Cnr..d ', Mr. and Mr*i oclork: Sunday in Homestead I He had been a fruit groweroh 11131' violins! shown are ,
1 'I; d I ,ii tons were made. there (able w ,!11 I soon begin contraction Church of Christ, announces Tho Walden drlvt for f.ve years 1'I mach in the Redland District said
"t > ti east Viols hii No.Yot1c, 1 '"f a homo on the Ditto HttfhwrrJjfMorlda ." J Hasatcut'ealpisser.' He is survived by: his wife: N.Ii i j,|; Mm. Webb. and they an admire;
,)"i" u' Bominor : slur aging "W |' City) : At 11 Vdack Mr Bunion willi,1 I lie M. of Redland. a on. Charles the workmanship shown In Geo.
Hang John Brown on a Sour Apple -I]I -"Mr. and Mrs J Strim pie I'preach on "Whom the Lord Lov- William Beck, of Detroit, fou'IL.i| Pelks display of articles: made
Tree" and they did, there wa who wintered here two year ago i, eth." At T 30 p. m. there Will be. grandchildren and one great-1 I.from local woods. r
a 'Bleeding Kansas" and when landed back in Homestead Wed- ,a sons service and sermon on grand child I Mrs. R. L. Hobson has a pleasing
the North or South extended ilnenday,I morning Mr. Strimple alootiy''ready -i"Presting Toward the Mark." j exhibit of tamp pictures Homo
hand it was ".CN* a bl '' has farming plans made"I,| Prayer meeting and song practice :- lie Mast Have demonstration club wall decorations -
chasm' but we lived through lei"Mr.!! H. S. Wood, of Steel*i. are announced for WednesdayI Husband: "Darling, this (teak are shown by Mrs A. D.
IlL Frenchmen beast "There will I N. D. arrived in Homestead evening at T'X. taste like burnt leather Smith, basket and mats, by Miss
always be I France" and with i1 Monday and Is visiting at the'boast A cordial Invitation b extended Wife: "My, what strange things Josephine Pratt; and a pair of coconut ->
hundred less reason for such i home of S. F. Matthew and Fred to the public to attend all these you've eatca in your Uf*"-AtLuta. frond covered bookends by

than we have .I,Ildclntire.a service Two-BtUs. j:Mrs. U J. AnnUrong. I


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November 21,1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADERENTERPRISEPareIn Fi.'ei '


i bama Polytechnic Institute arrived -I Mrs. M. SuVerman .t Miami I Mr. and Mn. James Green of
Wednesday from Auburn to pent Tuesday with Florida City I!Vanderbilt, Mich, have rented a
spend t few days with his parents'friend cottage on Seventh street for tM
and Jlround :Mr and Mrs. J. Hickson, In/ I I winter.
Naranja. "R. j jI + "Mrs>J. H. Dixon to reported to
I be in this -week i I alls* Isabel Becker who row
I I lives in Miami la reported to be
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I I Paul Cox who is stationed at
Homestead Fort Btnnlnt Ga. ls spending Mrs. Joe Hunter is visiting her I recovering from a major opera-

,two weeks her with his father, son M. Mahlon-, at Miami Beach. tion.

,I Chas Cox. ; Harry Degler came from Key, George Cummins of Atlanta,
r. l( West to spend the week-end with in
: Mich. bought the Fortyth place .
The Rev. and Mrs. Ray Ballard
)It. and Mns. William Dunlop with Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm McLaughlin his family here. Florida City several days ago for
of Hollywood arrived Thursday to
former residents of'Homestead brother and sister-in- : future residence of Himself
the
Bf Miami visit the Rev. and Mrs. Ceo. E. of Hartford.
and Redland, apent theweeksold law of Mn. Smith and Mrs. Decree H. Todd
and
In this vicinity. They Shields. "a Deuel for several days.F. Conn. and Fred Brocket of North family. .
Haven, Conn. are expected to ar-!
and
of their frteods Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shafer and
visited many W. Carter of Ashby. Mass, '
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Unti rive this week.@hamaauei
at Redland
attended the services their two children of HoMeetoadmoved
has rented the Kenneth Stone '
Church.Mr of Salem. Mass. moved to Homestead I into the Leach bungalow
Community Smith arrived Fri
from Miami Tuesday and I place on Halnlra drive for the
wmter. He was accompanied from day from North Haven, Comn. Saturday.
have taken
HolUster Sag of an apartment in theGluzea'
and Mrs. 'the north by Miss Katherine F.
have returned residence on N. W. First
King avocado highway grove after spending avenue for the winter. .Mr. Lantz I Simonds, his nurse, a retired school
Chair
to vic-presldent of the Salem teacher. .
In their Connecticut -
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several month I ATFLT rot TOUR
Savings Bank and for many years

home. was chairman of the board of FLORIDA CITY 1942 DRIVER'S LICENSEAT

MIL Thomas Brewer ha returned park commissioners of that city. By ..... W. W. .every

from an extended visit
John Effers of Chicago, cousin
with friends in the North. of A. G. Raab, of Redland spent Mn. J. B. Seats left Wednesday

Mum Teddar-of Key West visited Sunday with Mr. and in-Miami. by Puerto plane Rico.to loin her husband In JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICE
Mr. U
from Friday till Tuesday with Eggen visiting Odd FMlvwi sandbag
his cousins Mr. and Mr*. Jo*. W. Mrs. Johnny Becker and daughter BOMISTBAD
FULOaea
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Salter have -
Low of Jungle Grov I Norma, are spending this
returned to South Allapattah Gardens week In Miami with relative from I a. m. to I p. m.
after a summer in States-
MIL: Fred Brengel of Coral boro, Ca. Walter Fred-accompanied; ; by his
visited In Redland reoantly
Gable housekeeper, Mrs. Anna Baer is
with her aunts, Mrs. U. E. Martin C. Hagler Rice who Injured two expected this week from New
and Mrs. M. K. Hull, and her fingers two weeks In the
ago Jersey. He has takn an apart-
,uncle Geo. W. KoseL l manual training department of ment at the home of Mrs. Walter for Delicious Home Cooking

Homestead High School was able 1 SchuttMr.
Harvey Rue Edward Kirby and to return to his teaching duties You'll like Tropical Cafe for
Alley Pope, all students at the! this week. I and Mrs. R. A. Warren and
University; of Florida, spent the; family of Athens. O, who arrived its tasty food, its pleasant at-

week-end with their parents and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Robertson recently for the season are livingIn mosphere. Do in
come soon.
attended the Florida-Miami football I spent the week-end) visiting In the Fred Henn cottage on South
game In Miami Saturday; Fort Pierce. Broadway I

night I Private Thomas Veal of Fort Mn. Frank Stalling of Miami Tropical Cafe:

Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Moye and, Bragg N. C, is visiting Mr. and and her sons Skipper and Robbie,
daughters, Misses Antoinette and Mrs. C. T. Anderson In Jfaranja. were Saturday guests of Mr. and .
Helen, spent Sunday with Mr. and "' Mrs. W, W. Severy. .
Mrs. H. D. Coppag and family In Mrs. Quintile Sherard returned Mrs. Waivers \P
Mr. and Clyde Neill and We alas
Wednesday from visit
Coral Gables. Another of their evening a
daughters, Sue, spent the week- with_relatives In Gainesville. daughter, Virginia Clair, were I starting al CAter to
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
end with Jane Fucbs In. Coral HlcklO--;;: ;
Gables. John student at ..Ala Rudolph Mattaon of Fort Pierce. gal parties

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Ss H. Fitch who underwent an . -- .
operation in the Kendall hospital I. : I'
How Are These For -- -- -
seveeial weeks ago, was returned :
home Friday.

tt',Mrs. W. E. Rheney returned last'; Used Car Bargains : \
week from Jacksonville where she sSMALLbut
!luQbeen: several weeks with her
c
mother, Mrs. W. P. Parker who .

wjrtsriously IlL 1939 BUICK COUPE. Radio; good tires; original '
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:1L.M. Lyon who was critically : paint. Priced to sell. :
I if $lest Friday Is reported to berating
? comfortably at present. ---.

i/ fg Miss Bertha Mill Hausman- home 1941 PONTIAC 6 BUSINESS COUPE. Very .

.j economics teacher at Redland High little mileage; new tires; radio. .Priced to

f School, and Miss Alise Tyree, sell.,
*j ttunty supervisor of home eco- ..

X lomics, attended the state home 1937 BUICK BUSINESS COUPE. Good condi- .
it I feonomlcs convention in Jackson- Convenient
j,| fie Nov. 13-18. tion; good tires; radio: ;.. 4

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and a 1938 BUICK 4-DOOR SEDAN. New paint and ,i
> it. Sam Shields of Philadelphia,
seat covers; radio. Priced right. .
ho vacation In
,, are spending a
farm, visited Sunday In Redland 1935 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR SEDAN., Good .

r transportation Cheap. Now the email home can be built right from
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1941 PONTIAC: 6, 6 PASSENGER COUPE. start to finish. It can be well designed. It can

6,000 miles radio almost at used
Only .
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be well constructed. It can include modern .:
than
car price. Save more 10000. .
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I I. This: car u ,cd to denonslrale; looks. aj'lnn a .

'I. ,. 7'?,, _?.," ?:.*-;> our S' IOO.Qf. The small home has never been so usable--amilivable. I
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: .. -../'itIVS Preston"B.TU:: .doctor} -f mpapy :;; ..practical for the moderate-meftnte, family. : 1 j

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cusstdsi Wjoicf! Uu 1', s B r 1'1__. .II_..._. .. . M . . . . of the property' luaUon. One loan will ,1
salon ttmt, lUyajoad [, L.'" 'cIl ;
Aalth. '.I rv nt' crtt6A'nds takfe' care of th4 WMwfning cotrt of a new horn I j
"have' DRF AM-<"OMf-TIU.iE: !
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,lea serious cauld pi c' ,', :n- tr "Wu.lintf" r,m become loa- I IJilt' 'Repayment is made h! monthly installments

\.-fit in the good health cl.>-., If I so quickly for the family I ..out of your income over ample time. ....>'
y would be governed by our : :
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; "in; n Home-buying np-
insel and I let us :djutt tier -
.raeal troubles If do ant }, f po \\tm\\ It is WIse to w.nt for .
you
We will help you to put through your application
er'tand the principles of thiactic rilE chnnce But unwise I 10 deI -

let us explain li.i, once It presents Itself! for an F. II. A. loan.

; ItOt"Its9:30io121I.1:30StoI 1 i NOW we have several barga,ns
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in modem Home properties
esda:30 to 12; S to <:30, W. D. HORNE CO.
NOW Is the time for Inquiring
Sundays by Appointment I
v -calling us on phone!
your
4'r. R. J. Elliott FRANK L. SKILL, Owner :

MeCrery Arcade |, U"t r "so" EDWARD STEING Hardware, Lumber and Building Materials

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:MISS LIDDA ANN LEE BECOMES BRIDEOF RALPH IANDBUM WEDS FAMOUS WRITER DELIGHTS B. P. W. C.

I CHARLES SCHAFFER OF NEW JERSEY I I MISS Miss ALBERTA Alberta Worth WORTH of Perrlne I WITH REMISISCENCES OF LIFE IN JAPAN \

-- and Ralph Herbert Landrum of

Mill Lldda Ann Let of Horn* School of Laboratory Technique In Homestead were married Mondayat I In a talk bubbling with humorInd China, China's wonderful spirit \

lead and Charles P. Schaffer of I St Louis. For the past twelve 12:30: o'clock In the Dade Coun alive with pertinent facts Mrs. may b, Illustrated by the Burma

Medford N. J. were married Sat. yean she has beat employed in ty courthouse. Mr., and Mn. Albert,Clayton Sedgwkk Cooker told road. When it .if bombed thousands -' !

urday it 1:30 o'clock In the pas- the offices of Dr. J. A. Smith. Worth, parents of the bride, and i members of. the Homestead Busl-1 of men and women come

torlum of We' Pint Baptist Church She has also been.an active mem- Mlsa Christine Worth her abler,>ness and Professional! Women's pouring In from everywhere and

of Homestead by Dr. J. E. John- ber at the Homestead Business,witnessed the ceremony.The I'Club Monday night why Japan Itl in twelvi hours or so the road Is

atone, pastor of the church. and Professional Women's Club. bride wore a light blue .to be feared. repaired".

Mr, and Mr*. R. E. Edwards The bridegroom Is a son of Mr.r crepe dress made with. three-j. Mrs. Cooper who recently pur- "China's only hope of arms," she

witntssed the ceremony.The and Mrs. Harrison H. Schaff.fr of quarter length sleeves, square I j chased the Geo. L. Swan place in pointed out, "is from theUnited

bride wore I dark blue New Castle, Pi. Since his graduation neckline, and pockets on a gored Silver Palm, was honor guest and States."

street length dress made with I from New Caste, High School, k.'rt Her hat and other accessories speaker at a meeting of the club Sandwiches, cake and coffee

bracelet length sleeves, rolled collar he has been engaged In. agricultural matched her dress In color.l at Avocado Lodge home of Mn. were served In the sunroom by

around a v-neckline and silver work. For the past four I' She was born In Moore Haven Herbert Katz Mn. Cooper was the hostess group Mrsr Katz, Mrs.

trim on the belt. Her accessories years hshe has spent the wintzr but has lived In Perrine'for the i presented by Mn.. J. E. Gauzens. J. Hammett and Mn. Chas. W.
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were bluck. In ,Homestead wherehe past eight :yean, and she attended j J International relations chairman Camp, hospitality chairman.

Immediately after the ceremony, has h ",.lln charge of pSAt Ponce de Leon High School I I land program chairman for the Other guests at the meeting! were I

they left on a short wedding trip. breading operation,for the Stokes The bridegroom is a son of Mr. :I I night Mrs. Ben Archer pre.lI Miss Anne Ryan; Mn. Walter D.

The bride, a daughter of Mr. and Seed Company. and Mrs. Herbert Landrum. early :,I dent, presided. Friend Mn. Guy Brewster and I

Mrs. J. T. Le of Homestead, was| .They are 'now living In FUke settlers of the district. He attended I Mn. Cooper began her talk by'relating Mrs. H. O. Cronwall. Members

tnTmfr Homestead High I!Manor on N. W. Second avenue i Redland High School and !,' soma amus'ng, even start present besides those named were
School Midwestern at Second street Is now connected with the Joseph. I ling incidents that happened during Mrs. B. A. Tlbbits, Mrs. Mae !

Cordon, Inc., packing: house. I her first summer lr Japan Morris :Mn. Sylvia Atkins, Mn. I

. I They have postponed their'wed-1 when.Mr.'Cooper'was the'Amrl-I Green Rives, Mrs. E. A. Froescher, !
I 1\ MRS. ANNIE R. BUTLER IS ELECTED ding trip and are now at home to 'can consul at Shanghai Mrs. Chaj. Clinton and Mrs. Clna

SOUTH DADE GARDEN'CLUB PRESIDENT their friends In the Hammett house j{! Japan now has modern cities, she I j|Stewart I

u__ u __ on Narnnja road between Coconut |'sold, but the homes are so flimsy I I'
Palm drive and Silver Palm drive, I that airplane could easily burn!'HOMESTEAD: F T. A. HEARS
"Mi Annlo R. Butler was elected I Ipn Seeds and Althea cuttings sent .. .. .. cities. BOOK WEEK PROGRAMA : ,I
:Mont of the South DjdJ Garden by Mrs. 11 11. Ewing were given The CalendarNov. .1 UPTtirJa ; I(
Club! at a meet held Mon,1 tl\f members present. ....."......... : ... : . ...,_,...: people do notewent book week program was pre. \
wj fto
war with the United States sented at the meeting bf the Homestead .
-v .illcinnnn J at the home of Mm I I.n.ifi Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Gal- 21-Social meeting ofWomen's {I they do nut want war r tall. she; P. T. A. in the Neva King
5.1! Bule. Mm. W. K. Haas''liher, Mrs. H. 'Drockett, Mrs., Club of the Redlands. |said. They Cooper* School auditorium Friday I
are
\\ K <,1! elect vice-president< and''Ja,. M. Dobbin. Mrs. Chas Pratt, Nov. 22-Cafeteria dinner In normally a Jnl'vpeople afternoon.Mrs. .
nrtistlc and 98 ,
M' H Ruegg, P orot.iry nni Mrs. Grace Mct.plnn Smith, Mrs. |Loaner building for benefit of'literate, and they are now p-r thout cent E. H On'I h"r. librarian, r I
(t. 'FlU rr. , I IJ. ];. ahtphcrd, Mrs D. M. SheUlljlfe South Di.dc Red Cross Unit 'II and w d.'cusaod book In general, and J.puk'
food because
\V< r .1 tAlk by E: H. GWWierl!' Mm If. n Potter, Mrs Herman I Nov. 24-Program meeting of' money of the of the value of a library to I
four-year with
war China. Th-
(.-T1 FruM Festival plans. a eomnvltu H inleln. Mrs. O. W. Calkins, I II Homestead Art Club. I II t a child.:
Mrs.. M. M Mrs. Nov. :25! -Guest day of military caste, however, now dom.metes J
composed of Mrs. Ji: .n, I Black. Edw. Nor- 1 meeting Selections from "Tom Sawyer", .
all
the
MiJus." McCfctdy and Mrs. H | man Sr.. Mrs Edw Norman, Jr , Homestead Woman's Club In Clubhouse resentnllve-of ven emperor, rep- "Llttl Women", "Robin Hood" "
Mrs. Joe Mrs. at 3 o'clock a 2500-year-old dy-
f'ronwaTl. wan appoint to. Kgnpps Ben Youna.I and "Miss M.norva: and Wlllam
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l Mr,. Mr Mrs. Nov. 2ft -Meeting: of Itedland W. 'nasty. "
n :nr.< or"the club's prt (In the Butler Sale Robttm unhaRtp-t OMen lllll" w-re drnmntircd by :
fi livnl ,I >it, Mn. Ooley. Mrs. Doll, Mrs 'I Ii IS. C. S. at home of Mn. Frank I I JapanM. armlet are ,{pupil from the fifth and sixth
she Mid, by bulky 001'/IIII--
A .ear buck comm'tle Hang, Mr*. Derbyshire/ and Mrs. gtillmao. I Ij I
com- !wary gratia The high school I band
[ departments. Each soldier gavea
pos-rt nt Mn..MeGready. Mrs Joel Bule.CANH1.NG. j Nov. 19JunlorWoman's Club :
flfteen-m'nuto
rec M
i carries his own Mae and fish.i .
Robinson and Mrs. Edw Mor- I j cjibaret. j i Rudolph Jn8 IPRI'11C'ETOY 'i'M'inS Dec. Business | Mrs. Cooper praised the Chr.'stljn : -
in.Jr* and a by-laws committal meeting of; grade room and Mn. Edna Bird's
: m'ssion schools
and their! doc-
i pd of Mrs Hjiai, Mrs Chas i MMO.VSTKATI4V |;Homestead B. P. \' C. i I tors In China. "The Japnnes' fifth grade room von th dttcnd.no. .
t v :md, Vr*. H. J Derbyshire..1 I Ii "Ways of canning" was HIP topic I|I Del1Garden Club meting ;nWoman' aregoing .' pracsEnterprise
hACk tn their o'd relic\\ on-;
lnBH by the of o m-etinR of the Princeton Club bu.lding i I
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_._- Hume Demonstration J Club hold I,I I Dec. 2-Bus ness ni?tinK of,|she Chil.t'111'PAId "but. the Chn, >c ,air/. i'II'I' rl''III;, ., :. t' 1.1 (Ir.r. I

I 1 "tH'It'llteJJUTBltS: Friday afternoon the home of| Homestead W. ft C S ,L can't I 1" ,.. ." (,h W'd; Ad
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rani .n
( 't \I K ON e. GARDEN-4 'Mrs. Ruse-ll Hfttmns in (;nlld] | Dec. 2-Work meeting of! 1" I
I Miss Eunice: Grid.v.: county hOb Princeton Home Demon>tiai '", n
< brat vrty to f \ r rr.doni
dcmon5tr.it, on agent demonstrate Club at home of Mrs. R. L S it.
crl.00 can ba cult \ ated
) {the use of the pressure cooker j Dec. 1I--St'lIIllIo1e Indian cur o'
iniild OJIP
i on top of the rock
I. N. Waif-field told members nnd shewed various jars and cov-I!sale, food sale and bazaar of Fp--' 01 q

of the Unlvwjrttv Club In a tall I'.tie to be used In canning. !Sev-I copal Auxiliary' In Loaner bulldinir- I
f3Mr* of mixed vegetables and Dec. 9Iiuslnessmeeting of
i"' w.'i :gardens nt the home nil
Mi Hath L. Scott Wednesday'j of carrots were canned during the I Homestead Woman's Club at 8

t nLt; afternoon I I P. m. I / L4 F
I The Christmas party of the club I 1
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Dec. 11 Work
oI\e loll hauled In and mIxed meeting of
with hurnus": he advised. "The I will be held Dec. 12 ut a regular I!i Princeton Horn) Demonstration

built-up land will need no more ''of meeting of the club at the' home ;Club at home of Mra. A. W. Mc- Jack DIXIE DRUG Howard
watering than the surrounding Mrs. Ted Stadig In Princeton,1It Vicker. folk Johnson
was deeidJd. A meeting will beheld ?
land Grass and shrubs on tits Dec. Dec. 12-Princeton: Home Demonstration Phones SO and 8101
2
at the home of Mrs I
built-up stage of the outdoor Club's Christmas partyat
R. L. Scott In Goulds for doing
theatre at the high school: thrive 'upholstering home of Mn. Ted Stadia in i
work and Y
fully ds well as those on the lawn making slipcovers 1 Princeton. HA
and a meeting will be SHAVE
held pt10NGoM5
4 fertilizer.and they" get no more water or Dec. 11 at the homj of Mrs. A. W:t| Dec. 14-Christmas party of Legion tITUBE

I McVicker for making Christmaswreaths and Legion Auxiliary at 8:30:
Lavender SHAVING CREAM
He alII Q advised the making of o'clock.Dec. .
a compost heap to turn waste and centerpieces.The --! .. end 10 Memo SUFH-THIH BLADES
hostess served djvU'i food 15-Reception and Christmas -
products such as paper rags and cake and No more need to dread your morningshave.
coffee party of Homestead W. S.
branches into humus.Mr. Here's a combination to start
Wakef told was presented by Present were: Mn. B. D. Smith C. S. your day off with a smite. You'll say Yawe
Mrs Paul Reynolds. Mn. Mrs. J. L. Murray, Mn. Roy W&tenwyKT Dec. 18-Business meeting of Lavender's eobl, easy lather shave h BOTH FOR I,
W R. Mn. R. L. Hobson Mn.' Woman's Club of the Redlands. ,the beat ever. Every Klen>w Blade
i Bird, the president, presided.The Walter Peterson. MI'J. W. 'W. guaranteed. 9MM ,: 17h {1\. \

club- voted to give I small Bethea, Mrs Chas. Beh na. Mrs I aan 'Jk7a Nocs % )
loan scholarship during the second =
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L. C. Smith
Mn. Ben I
Bitting,
semester to Miss Katherine Or-

i Florida fanedes State'who College la a freshman for Women. Bryant Mrs Sam Mn.Murphy D.: J.,Kellum.Mn. ,C.Mn.A. ( I X'.ut Clgor'ctm tf 1ttlHf.7J,-". luPhrslclau )

Scott, Mn. McVicker Mrs. Stadig, OMiMa4 dependable D4uda.Tha"'. p
Mrs. Scott
and Miss Josephine Mrs. Hamma, Miss Jean Coldrwi bottles and other Eanleek.
Cook, the hostesses served open- and Miss ; choice of asasy ahreieiass. "
Grsdy.
lace sandwiches, cakes and tea) .. Simple Jet a soave I I
Present besides those named 1- en the corrupted side a
i "'Dr..lAon flaakin"GLASSES I : while tad smooth side give. J
rd W.
were: Mn. H. O. Thurman, Mrs. .. Itersa are canlll.... .
Ivan Moer. Mrs. J. R. Rutland. i iasedn.e Iatbssk'' '. '
WATER MOTTLE J'' OD
Mrs. B M. Hlndman. Mn. Geo. D. ; w.
w are .... 1TTLE.BOTTLE ..
Ruehle. kin. 1:. B. Blackburn Mrs. I eau.6 sad ..,..:: :; I ion I 8..,..... $0 -
/ G. Wynn. Mn. L. R. .. .. ... .. ...., .... I
Becker'j Bashes/ .A4 c-...... kANitase keen
{ Mrs. Ben Archer, Miss I C..e./wt ,_ I I ee.Iodine wo.se ctesquMte
Frlck and Miss Virgins Stewart .... i 1 =with Thsnotqua. so
method Cool 9121
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. DENTAL NEEDS
JW For
Do You Have VITAM/MAAVIVMO1(75

f Both these Important vitamins Mt-U Selatkm ..,. tie
luMniquL !
A FURNITURE PROBLEM? in one tablet. Here i* law eott-
I vitamin A and D proMcUon. Sod!eat Per Borato. _. ISo
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We will be glad to help you solve it, whether it i rn.sea.e es 11 Aloe__Warts I j I \ BOTTLE 100 or 89 KJeax AnUsr,Oe.. ...- toe

concerns the whole house or an occasional piece. I Kleam Teeth Bnah_... lie
I II ALICE'S BEAUTY

Ii Vfcarl Tooth I'rIIerI"
Smith-Graves Furniture Co- j SALON I TY .11

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KEDLAND P. T.A. PARTY IS ,

GIVEN Mrs. AT O. CALKINS W, Calkin HOME and her CLASSIFIED ADSRA'Z'E

I Social"I daughter entertained Mrs at a Herman calendar rWnleln party, 11 I

luncheon farjthe Redland V. T. A.. : First Insertion 10* a line; subsequent Insertion
trWay ayuts. home 11' ttn.
After the luncheon Calkins'a gamj. of I ....__ ______ .

question and stunt was enjoyed. LOANS
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FOR RENTFOR
MRS..HERMAN HEINLEIN GIVES REPORTOF Those present were Mr S. J.

CONVENTION AT P. T. A. MEETING Lynch. Mrs. E. M. Andersen, Mrs. RENT OR SALE: Store I LOANS TO MODERNIZE,
J. L. FVnneU, Mrs Jay Newton building with living roomi. I REPAIR AND REMODEL
Mr*. M. M. Black Mr*. A. A. Suitable for most any kind of Grove, Residential and Business
Mn. Herman Heinle, RedlandP. child i* loaned for a prlod of Bussey, Mrs. A. Arrant, Mr*. JoelJ. business. On Key West highway : Property... available through
T. A. president gave her association time; the husband and wife have Roblruosn
Mrs Grace McLel- at Florida car See Edw. I BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC.
at its November meet- pledged themselves until death. lan Smith, Mr .
Herbert Kate, Billing realtor, or write JofKupperU Suggestions:
ing a complete report of the Bj big enough to gave: In and try Mr J. F.
Hammett and Mrs. Nor- 4228 N. 11th St? St. Add extra room or porches >
state convention of the Florida to agree Never let the child know ma Kent. Louis, Mo. (N14-U) I New roof and other repairs
Federation of Parent-Teacher A you disagree: ,t Convert garage Into apartment
sociation which aha and Mr*. W. "In a later address Mrs. Myers MISS MART MeNEIU FURNISHED ROOM for rent Mn I Convert house Into duplex opts
H. Turner, Jr, first! vice-president, said. 'Apply this emotional maturity -' L. T. Proctor Over Better Food MONTHLY PAYMENTS
HEADS OUTLOOK
attended In Tampa *:cent!): test to'ounelfl How well CIRCLE Store. (N14-tf) r
$100 18 mo. $598 mo.
repay
M1II.M8I' McNeill elected
) was
Mn. Mary D. Nettle was elected can you take difficulties? Are youa
leader of Outlook Circle of the FOR RENT-Two-bedroom apart- $1000, 18 mo.-repay 131M mo.
secretary to replace Miss Jewel public nuisance? Can solve I
Turner who-had resigned. problems? .Do you. seek you halo Intelligently .' W. S. C. ,$! .. of Homestead Methodist ment, all electric, furnished, a $1000,. 80 mo.-repay $2167 mo.
After discussion a, ,budget of and, apply the help Church'st a meeting Tuesday minutes drive from Homestead,: $5000,, 60 mo.-rtpay $10)1.H. mo.

$250.forth.'Jur was.adopted.Portions 'given?. Can you get' along with evening the home of Misses Antoinette Tederal highway III Biscayne Loan Can ;"SecuredTo

.of Mr*. Heinlein'a ra-. people you don't, lib Do you and Helen Moye. Mr*. drive, Modello. Mn. Ev Col- I Modernize and Repair
port follow: treat people with consideration? David William WM elected secretary liu. I LEASED: OR MORTGAGED
''The keynote address 'Florida' How well can make and treasurer.
you yourselves RESIDENCE of Ernest P. Robert. PROPERTY
In Community Living', do hard ? Election wa foUowed by discussion -
problem Jobs Can you 'Avocado dr. and Tenn. rd. Also
wa given at the opening session wait for rewards? Thj small child of the cook book which the cottage on Tenn. near Avocado. Loan for NEW CONSTRUCTIONof

by Dr. John E. Anderson chairman need praise; the adolescent should member are compiling. For details apply to Martln'i I Commercial Buildings are also
of the exceptional child commute have the satisfaction of achievement Present wire: Mrs. J. Peeler, Filling Station. available on MONTHLY PAYIMENT .
of the Nat'onal Congress ; the adult should feel joy in Mrs. Cecil Dodd, Mr. Ivan Moaer, (024-tf) PLAN through Broker
of Parent and Teachers. HI work and growth. Do you want Mrs T. A. Ferguson, Mn. Williams FOR RENT 4-room newiy (urn. (Lumber' Co.

message was to this effect: the right: amount of attention? Do Miss Marybelle Gibbi, Mil: Jelled apartment. Private bath, |j Wayside Stands, Barns Gaso-
'Instead of saying the childrenIn you dress for a purpose and then Allie Ferguson, Miss Nella Sauls, bottled gas to\e. Reasonable line Stations Utility Bldg. Tourist
a certain community are bad forget your clothe? How resourceful Miss McNeill and the hostesses. rate. C. H. Lawrence, 102 N I Cabins, Real Estate Office, Garage,

we should lay that community is are you In behavior W. 1st St. (A22-tf) {!Poultry Buildings, and various
not doing enough for Its children.It Everyone want to feel adequate. suppers. Pay all bill by check other Industrial and commercial
should turn their energy into Everyone want to feel comfort a* there should be no servlci YOU SALEFOR I building are eligible hHde or
constructive channel able. Make other people fool 1 charge for the P. T. A. After the '!outside city limits.MONTHLY .
'Do the best you can with what worth while'. budget I I. approved no vote of the SALE-Ch'ckens, ducks, turkeys I PAYMENTS

Income you havi. "Dr. Wm. C. Carr of the Edu- association I I. necessary to pay out Dr Irene Shanklln corner $100, 18 mo.-repay S5 98 mo.
'Set a good example. Take cat onal Policies Commission: In a money allowed In the budget. All I Palm Ave and Redland Rd. ,$1000, SA mo.-repay $11 1.94 mn.

leadersh'p. Don't be always talking talk on education and national money should be mad ethicallyno (pn-29) I$2500, 36 mo.-repay $7985 mo.
Instead of doing.' moral said In substance: 'Make bingo game or other game of USED gasoline and kerosene stoves,I -
"Dr. Anderson spoke of thre the world one large community. chance. Proposed money mak'ng and refr:gerators. Virgil D.I I I j We also have F. H. A. LOANS
kinds of love parents show: sentimental Love one another You say this schemes were a yearly pageant I Lyon phone 509-J. (n21) {!I for New Home payable monthly
love that results in talkIng I I. not practical? Is It practicalthat that used every pupil and an evening 'over 20-23: years.
but not doing; protective: love the world should be plungedin of living picture. 19-INCH ventilator with 18-Inch I! We furnish-
II everything-Ideas,
that maki things easier for the war evry 25 yean? Homes "The closing address was by : wind elbow. No. 3 Could dou- ,j[plans, estimates and materials
child without teaching him what and school train youth to meet Governor Holland who said the I bli-action hand pump. W. E. :
There Is no obligation In disIcussing -
to do for himself! ; and effective world conditions. Let us teach new tax program spread taxation Gaby, b mile N. E. of R. F. L. i
love that act*. Instead of putting freedom', fairly. He called on the P. T. A. School. (pn-21)l I I your needs with us Phoneor
call. We'll gladly explain! the
a policeman at a dangerous cor- "In a conference on financj and to help operate a decent stet*
ner he would change the corn!., budget the following points were government and by so doing show 2 FORDSON tractors ready to I{('I service
"Women1 organizations". said made: There I I. a federal tax on the world that democracy will work. Reasonably priced. Overseas RROOKER LUMBER co.
Dr. Anderson, "do much for the admission charge but no tax o work.I Motor Co. Phone 292. 1 Phone tt Box 40S
betterment of this and future gen-/ (N7-U) Homestead Fla.
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eration I FOR SALE-Baby guinea*-3 i --
"A conference on home serve: I months old. SPc each. Helen MISCELLANEOUSAVOCADO

conducted by Mrs. Walter Beck- | .1I Whiting Ferreyra, Roberts road
ham and Mn. Garry Cleveland Just north of Avocado drive.
Myers, associate editor of the magazine I (aB-U) LODGE, room and
'Children's Activit.es': was bath meals. Modern home surroundings -
to me the outstanding feature of PAPAYAS, 8c a pound. Mrs. Keitt I reasonable Rcdluml
the convention. Among points Jackson 111 S. W. 2nd it. rd Biscayne dr. Phon 584-W
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brought out were these Homestead. (mld-tf (n4-U)

phase of P. T. A. 1

I children character bu ding: it rlll/loU.1 FORD( 1911 Deluxe Tudor-83 HP motor; dual Full rut SALE V"* -And nophrft TOPUki. pirfnit fruit. in i It ,COLOR shown) moving All occasions picture I.taken. t.

outside regular hood lock inside black finish. Shankur, Phone 3-79M
1 Influence: it join in programs I equipment; ; 'RS>*" Junglv rr.i\e Re<11atvro (
rt Vind Plummet drive pn-21)
with other character building) FORD, 1910 Deluxe Coupe-85 IIP motor; dual
agencies: such Bibb class.
us story
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e* and boy and girl defensj clubs;> equipment and radio; battery condition indicator t'NDERLrIcriosos'a I I IHfKKHY I WANTEDWANTEDA ;
NOTICE: III GIVEN Ih.t ttirHni
it pay attention to hobbies, to, ; steering column gearshift; locally .n.....'.""" ....' to mm In ......- dollars
family game, singing! and the.Scripture n_ iVr the. """lIn.. ..m. ut HARRY few ir.
*. I owned. WELDING aHOP Wand.n _..... lk< ,> worth of Homestead Building \
uM mm with the Clark of the ClrtuU
"Mak a child feel hr is helpingto CHEVROLET, 1938 Truck-1 / ton short wheelbase Court of Cult Count*. Florida. I & Loan Assn. stock Quota

bu Id the home; It I i. his responsibility flat body with side racks good rubber. (Ort It. Mu*. 7. I 14.A.II.HARrrit mil j price In first letter. AddressBox
Give him pleasant tasks ; ; I A-139, Leader-Enterprise.

a* well a* humdrum tasks. Let ..; 11 (N-7-2I
INTERNATIONAL, 1937-I1/, ton long wheel
him have a feeling of ach'evs-j --
'. | base; flat bod/ with side racks. $\GLASSES

: "Bossy people have an inferior) -.y \
ty complex. Try to show them)! FORD, 1937 Truck/t ton stake body. t.Jff.T.. Keep>> 1-----

i kjndni** -and. understanding. ] WW.
"Doht let ,ch ldr r> coma bs-' DODGE, 1935 Truck-V/i ton long. wheel base; i 'Aw k. .

t 'moher and father. The_ I flat body.Bird. I Club road

I -? tW ; I, NOTICE "iiTHCMimr"t! ,. J"TFNDKR .
FINAL MU: Or -
full Court PI !ode (Joun.,.'Fl.f.ils, I. The
NEW. G. BALL Chevrolet Co. swend ; MM of.tit ol.t R.L._the_followMs... Mo*ho1*-

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Oldest Chevrolet Dealer on Florida East CevatIfcmestead 0.. : foe9.. ""' .. ey. ; wilt Iou .sod at JI. .. I the
XOTARt PUBLIC Florida Telephone tl ..to.1otk k.i.h.4. 6u_ bmM4.1..-uwllose'0-ee 1641.",t Rh:t 1'-1'MHlo.w I.I .
have helped ffcottundt keep .I lt>rtl : Florida.) told k.. 111 as rulhwalas
.. a _10.11_""'". of 1.-t. 14.tl..M .

,' '. -. .-. -..-, ,, Dr B. F. Stebbins j I .Ia. III TATUII'S RIDOFDALRAddist.
,' "rI'tIY'o.'II'NoI'-.v. .. .I'o. " W.S"rS.YN1Y VYYLnfN 1..
and _.
Fire Insurance : s.ets a aa4 a. "... h .. D".d
,4 MATERIAL COWORT3 r I SAY II and U. ".._ Additknt.I .
Dr, L. W.Stebbins I .,All MMusM sad ass, am tM and.tod.A.
Kindred Lines I j ,r '1jf.;' Build ng material! of ,quality I a. t.OWAJlIIR
r ., .//11I tIn Flailer 1 City flesh.
W. St, Miami ', '
I It contribute a* much to_your t\llolo. II. I.. ItU'. .
IS N. Krone Are. I Phone 1I31SDRH&S.AKERS ,
WALL
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home comfort a* your furnishings I .
II 'BOA Monet 1'wnrai' rirrm iMAMB ;
I : and the things you eat and tAW ,
HEREBY GIVEN: ton Out
NOTICI I*
: wear- Choose Just as .n..._..'. ........ .. ...... I" .... .
I -----I : 'i dr ,lit ,.."' ...... saw of CAIITJCK .
rfullyl It\Volt are planningrxpain [ : II rLATWUM: SHOP. LOAN OrpAltT.:

! i QQLCD.ILZ' 1 L. .il ..!JJ 1 s .S' replacements: ,,new IDENTIST''r' | with Mir NT. "
bode c-"r. riorMi.PU4
call and .select
construction; ,
G. 0. BREWSTER. M. n.I I: from- our tar-stock/"the roofIng. ;.1fflct How*: I a. Wits I a. .A: this Ortnfc. naoi,. f IMICHARIES .CAR'R.. ,
ROBERT L. ION*
Eye Ear. Note and Threat : wall board and other materlal ] fndarsi to I! \ .(Oft. U al. Ko. T. 14. SI. IMP

Treatment you will i closed Surdrs j: NOTICE i'"rr nrriTioiKAMI '. l'

If W. Momrr St. opposite INC. I' : II HEREBY LAWNOTICE GIVEN that: UKun

El Patio Apartments j 1 BROOKER LUMBER CO., f | Free Parking! Space = .....n.......f... the e"Ir/ne flayu.W'son u nir ,,to I**. THSJ knitrm ).
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Onto Hours' I t. 12 Dally Lumber Hardware, 8sh. Drors. Tool i((1111 N. W. S. .BOM1" ..Laren Cl..11 l mfcto CMrt*

I j: PHONE IS HOVESTEAD: FLOKID'f ,i move: ,.!U\ r [*a.. l r t -.s.. .

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i Pare Eight 'THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE ''Friday:,November 21, 194'

winner at the Thursday Evening an' Home Mission Council of the Others present were: Mrs. J. V
; ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS Bridie Club party give Nov. 13 Federal Council of Churches, at Holferty Mn. Jo*. Haglnt Mn
by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnaon. a meeting of the Woman' Auxiliary T. L. Hodges, Mn. J. A. Rick:
I C. J. Parma won the guest prize. of the Homestead Presbyterian Mn. C. Ben Plummer, Mr* R. I
W. S. C. S. CIRCLES ARE ENTERTAINED Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Church In the church Nov. IS. Trotter Mr*. Carl F. RobinsorMr
frank Webb Mr..and Mr*. Bern Kit Etudley win work also In the *. Vane Harris, Mrs. M. V, I
BY HOSTESS OF ROYAL PALM STATE PARK
r Webb Mr.and Mn.Ceo.N. Wake- migratory camp when they are Kent, Mn. M. M. Black Mn
I field, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chu. Behrena, Mn. Frank
.. Rawney completed.Red Robin
Mn. E. E. Atkinson hostess it Present were M. C. D. Eaker,I
I Mr. and Mr*. J:. B. Blackburn,' Cross sewing wa distributed ion, Mr*. Paul Haley Mr*. N. Vo
Palm state Mrs. Williams
the. lodge at Royal Caspar Mn. Dan ,
Park, entertained all five of the I William*, Mrs Ceo, Ramon Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Parman Mr. 'and to the memoen. Geldren.
of HomesteadMefhodlit d Mrs. Webster.-Me and Mn. Lab-I
W. & C. S. circles John William r. Adelaide
: Church at an alldayraeeUng I Mayo Mrs. T. A. Ferguson Mrs.Roy man and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. i
Tuesday.The Darby Mrs. J. U. Free. Mrs. \\atQulil'II'' /Wi/r/l lI Yy:: 'j FOR THE HOLIDAY
circlet decided to hold a reception O. L. Showalter, Mn. J. P. Anderson ART CLUB TO HELP I \
for the Incoming and outgoing 1 Mrs. Magdalena' Barnes, IN F. T. A. TOT PROJECT ..1I"1 Let your car reflect :your own
officer! at the annual ChrliU Mrs. N. G. Ball Mrs. J. D. Redd, Members of the Homestead Art fi. .. Thanksgiving spirit t -Immaculately ',
Mn. J. A. McNeill, Mrs. H. M. dub will spend Tuesday In Miami I
mat party which will be held Dee. ! Our Auto Laundering
., Mn. A. M. Logan, Mrs.B. painting faces on doll which the
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t M. Hlndman,Mn.J. W. English, Dada County Council of PannI.I f.\1 will restore showroom brilliance I
They decided also to lava Octagon I I I
Mn. J. A. Daugherty Mra Annie Teacher Associations will distrI- and attractiveness to your
soap coupons to tend to theorphanage Nabon, Mrs. H. L. Brown Mrs.A. bute at Christmas 1 N. ....,. car-Inside and'out We charge
In which "
Enterprise S. Moye, Mn. L. D. Wyman I They will accompany Mn. M.
M little, for the big Improvement I
I hope to secure enough coupon I,Mr*. S. r. Matthew. Mn. Mollie :F. White, Homestead P. T. A.preildent Auto.
to exchange. for a truck. Wlngate, Mn. David William, who has already dj- we achieve.. Drive In today
: M... Cecil Dodd president an I Mn. Brandenburg, Mrs. Dodd, voted two day to the toy project LaundryTEXACO Or phone us to call for
i I Bounced that committee would be Mrs. Atkinson, Miss Helen' Livingston .I :your car.
: appointed at the bUliMIa meeting and Mill Jennie Lobdell.MR. PRESBYTERIAN! AUXILIARY
I OB Dec. 2. HEARS OF NURSE'S WORK
; N.... Lewis Brandenburg won .. AND MRS. JOHNSON: Welfare work that ft being done I ONESTOPDONE
: the prize In a slogan guessing contest among the less fortunate familiesIn
ENTERTAIN BIDGE CLUB the community explainedby AND KISSAM, Props.
; a feature of the day.A Mrs Julian H. Webster and Lee Miss Agnes tu-e: a registered I North Krome Avenue Roagrttead, Florida.
covered-diih luncheon was H. Lehman were high score prize nurse sent here by the Wom
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j a "Our Deepest, Most Heartfelt. Thanks,


I 0 Lord, for the Blessings Life,


I Liberty and Material Well Being, and . .



r for the Joys of Family, Friendship ,ancLHappiness" era:






J J. HIS Thanksgiving, 1941, we see our country


; engaged in a tremendous effort that is testing all


: of our capacities for ingenuity, for skill, for courage -


and patience. We can be Thankful-and with
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t confidence in the future-that the past has proven -


ou r ability to meet problems and to solve them,

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and that while our present position is a new one


; in history, it is not without precedent in kind and


t most certainly will yield to solution by the com-


bined efforts of a people made incredibly strong


\ by the blessings nature and three centuries of

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J 1 11 A S indiriduaIs.as a nation, as a people' under


': i God, we have ,much to be thankful forjthis ''


individually I or


;' as family groups, offer our thanks as"' we,-sit


j' down to that bountiful feast that is the:outward.


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