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 28, 1941
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID00518
Source Institution: University of Florida
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-VoL 30-No,. 47 Homestead Florida, Friday November 28, 1941 Price 5 Cents






; Farmers' Market Halves ChargesIn








Bid for Patronage of Truckers








j Cabaret Preview RevealsWealth STALL-RENTS CUT TO. WOJ




of Local, Talent $25 BUYER'S FEE WIPED OUT

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DANCE-OF VEILS I! Lions Campaign Sponsor Clean-up for All Redland, Fix-up District BY COMMITTEE OF ADVISORS




AND FAW' DOWN!I The Redland District Lions Cub-tive new resident I THE WEATHEROfficial Growers to-Pay 2 Centsa

voted Tuesday: night to sponsor a The Redland Ensemble with I Package on All Produce
!'"c'ean-up! ,and fix-up" campaign Walter Witko of Miami as guest weather report of the Sold
|for the Redland District following director and Mrs. T. L. Hodges of subtropical Experiment Station,

CHORUSESTOPSItalian {a talk by Lion Chai. J> tt out- Homestead as soloist, furnished an I Homestead Florida. -

I lining his Idea of such a project I evening of chamber music. Nov 20... 83 t 84 '129.8'71| 0.12 FAIR TO GOOD PRICE
and the benefit to be derived fromit Tht program consisted .t the RANGE AT PLATFORM
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Nov 21.. .. 82 58 ,,29 MJ 0.01
in making the district more attractive following numbers "Marche Mill.
NOV 21.. . I 82 80 !I \
to visitor and prospec- talre" (Schubert)J "Waltz No. 8"1 J Tomatoes $1.50
Opera Singer, Recent ,Nov. 23JtI I IS 1118 I I I I Bring to
(Strauss) vocal solo,
; Nov. 24 --1| 85 84 '!'SO.021 0.02
$2.25 Squash $2.25
Arrival Here in (Teresa del Riego), ; ,
'lIomln'1 '
Nov 25---1: 82 ; 8430.05] 0.07
Two Numbers ;ILL HEALTH SAIDRESPONSIBLE |Hodges; "Song Nov 26.. .. . I I-70 I 115'130.05 trace I to. $2.75A
(Tschaikowtky); I' lude" (Rach- I

MUSIC STARTS AT 10 j[ IN Imanoff); "Drink to Ma Only reduction of practically 50 percent
I With Thins Eyea" (arranged by :
j TENNIS TOURNEY hat been mad, In the rental
TO IORRO\y NIGHT I Pochon), first violin, Walter Witke I
I second violin Roy Nelson, :charge for truckers' stalls at the

Program W.11 Annual Jun-i DOUBLE TRAGEDY1 viola, Miss Edtlh Camp and cello, STARTS ON CITY ,Florida City State Farmers' Market .

ior Club Event Be1 1 1 i -- George and Lex;"StarrSpangled and "Home on Ban-' theRange" ' i C. S. PIillllpn, _manager! announced .-
thla
gin at MidnightIf Th body of Adolph Dreyiprlni. I (Continued on Page Two) COURTS MONDAY week.
I who shot his wife Gertrude and I Stalls on the main platform are
: I
all the numbers on the program then turned his gun 'on himself : I now rented for $50 instead of $'75,

of the Junior Woman's Club I,Thursday night of last week In JURY FINDS Starting Monday, the 1941-42 and those at the rear platform
Redbnd District tennis
Cabaret are as good as a few witnessed their El Patio apartment on W. tourna- rent for $29 Instead of $50.

by ye editor at a rehearsal Mowry street, was sent by Turner WOMAN TOOK ment will get under way at the A charge of two cents a packageis

the other night the annual shindig,Funeral Home Wedesnday to Montgomery municipal tennis courts. The tro- being made to the farmer on
Jphy t events are mel.Inllea,
thrown by this wide-awake organization *I Ala. where burial was OWN LIFE I women's singles, girls' singles and, all product sold through the mar
will b* well worth at-I;to take place.. boys' singles. ket. Stalls are reserved In the

tending.The "Braggln"* chorus Is amusing The body of his wife 'was sent Tht boys' and girli' singles are I I middle of the main platform fur

especially where the cast falls Saturday to Kosciusko, Miss. Mrs. Laura Hajek Vrana, 48, I open only to students attending the free MS of farmers displayingtheir
whose body was found hanging high school. A sliver medal will I
down like a pushed-over row ofj I While not brought out at the be awarded to the runner-up In produce
from a grapefruit tree In the Weibon. -
playing cards, but for smoothnessand inquest held In the office of Justice grove In Redland early Tuesday leach of these events. I The reduction In charges to 'the
beauty of rhythm, Jungle j of Peace Sid L. Kendrick
the I Gold medals will be awardedIn
Drums" steals the show. That'swhere afternoon, came to her deathat truckers was made by the market
Tuesday night It was learned from the men's doubles, women's
they dance with veils, boys,!! her own hands according to a committee to encourage more to
"reliable
that
a source Dreyspring coroner's jury which completed its doubles and mixed doubles. Hun-
fcttt don't get Ideas. Nothing Is patronize the market, Mr, .PhllHps *
suffered from disease longstanding
discarded. The local under a pf Inquest In the office of Justice of, nen-uilin the men's and women's
girls that may have been responsible the Peace Sid L. Kendrick Wed, single will each receive a silver I pointed out. No charge Is nude
the efficient tutelage of Mrs. Lillian '
for the double .
tragedy.At medal.
do truck
hesday night 'I to buyers who not use
Connelly have developed into) the Inquest Erin Juanita No be
entry fee will chargedfor
I chorines that would do credit to I The body was found by John M. stalls. The old fee of $25 charged
(Continued on Page Two) competition In of the
Lee any
tractor driver for Holland and
many a professional stags. | buyers; of this type has been removed -
Cox, as be was engaged in making,events. I altogether.
the
"Cynthia", parasol chorus is
'I The "honor roll" for tournaments
Livingston Making
a flrt guard around the grove of
number. I
a charming held on the municipal courts since Price range at the Florida City
Then there is Madame Eva Atlas of Homestead which Emil E. Vrana, husband of I
I the dead woman I Ia caretaker. i their establishment three years market were reported Wednesdayby
Georgians Italian opera singer The body was suspended from aI I ago I* as follows, according to Art Mr. Phillips as follows! tomatoes -
who has to the Redland District atlas of Homestead containing -
come 4n '
McKee of quality fair. $1.50 to $2.50
manager the municipal ;
limb of the grapefruit tret by the i
to.make. her home and fa. maps of all subdivisions and
recreation facilities: squash, quality good, $1,25 to
(Continued on Page Two)
lending her talents to make the!showing block corners and alley
I 193S summer inaugural tournament $2.75; lemons, quality good $t.OO
Cabaret a success. She sings "In-/!corners marked with iron pipe and winner. Vernon Turner; a bu.; limn, quality fair, II00 bu.;
termeizo while the ladles depicting concrete U fait being completedby CONTRACT STILLUNSIGNED runner-up Arthur Hemmlngs. grapefruit, quality geed $1.21 bu.
brides of various periods A. B. Livingston civil engineer -
.ta"1 1 1934-39 mid-winter tournament box; oranges, quality good $t.00be.
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a little pagiant. She also sings J who has a contract from the (Continued on Page Two) box.FirstStudentSponsored.
"Ay, Ay, Ay." In other words. city on this project. .


I Florida History by Ruby Leach Carson I FOR PIPE LINE Dance Held I

To Reach Bookstores About Dec. 20 In Homestead High'!.School GymnasiumRedland

.Neither official word nor unofficial I First of a series of dances sponsored high schools and graduates -
Miami, Nov. 27 (FNS) "Fabu: assisted her In the biographicalsketch Intimation has been received council of who have been out of school
the student ,
1 lous Florida new tome on Florida of colonial Flo ids. at V. S. Navy aqueduct by not more than two years, and their
According to the publishers, headquarters here concerning the Homestead High School was held
folklore, designed especiallyfor permits: will be admitted to these
Hanfrltd, Van Nort it Co. of Dallas signing of the contract for construction Thursday night of bit week In the school sponsored dances. Mr*. U
children, will reach Bookstores "Florida' Story for Children" of the water'lIne to Key
school gymnasium. The new local R. Becker, dean of girls of Homestead -
about December 20, according to I It a real contribution to Florida West, Lieut W. L. Sawyer, naval High School, annovwri
Ruby Leach Carson (Mrs. James history, and will be of Invaluable officer In charge of constructionsaid orchestra composed of Howard
M. Canon), the authoress Instructor assistance to grownups a* well as yesterday. West Augustus Wynn, Charles A Redland High School teacher
of history at the University children of Florida who wish to It is safe to say that no contracthas SUffani Willard Norman John familiar with pupils and reetntgraduates
of Miami. get Inside" folklore Information I been signed yet, It was laid Mclaughlin and Mica Ila Jean Ir- of that school and aHomestead
Mrs. Canon. a former newspaperwoman -, about the Sunshine State. since some tine will be required win, furnished the music free of High School teacher
1 charge and there was no admission who knows the pupils and graduate
did considerable research for engraving and printing the
at the British Museum In' Mrs. Carson Is the daughter of bonds of the Florida Keys Aque- charge to this dance. of this school will be stationed d das

London before compiling data for,Mrs. J, Milton Leach and a sister I duct Commission which the supreme Next Friday night a square the door of the gymnasium.Mrs. .
her new book. She also had scon -I of Mrs. Ben Archer of court of Florida validated dance will be held la the gym at Becker emphaslaed the fact
Jo the volume hi the state \She helped start the last _ek. The Reconstruction which there will be an admission that parents of student and eligible -
library at Tallahassee where Librarian Leader In 1921 and for Home.tead.1 finance Corporation will not advance charge of five cents. W. E. Rheney alumni are cordially Invited to
W T. Cash himself author a year was a member any part of the $1,750,000, will can the numbers. I attend til the ichool-iponsbrrd
of four volumes on Florida i torlal staff. (Continued on Page Two) Only pupils of Homestead and dance





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Inary' to the drafting of plans and the white homing project. repeated shots, and then she was calling ,
CABARETContinued TENNIS specifications for .the pumping i on the stand substantially all the time"; V2

.. plant that MIl send water to Key ,the1 same Information he gave the Other witnesses at the '*\I' 1
West and the other. Florida. keys 'Leader-Enterprise Shortly after Included B. F. King. HomeiteW I
( from Page On) (Continued from Page One) communities I the shooting; to wit: Mr. and Mra.Dreysptinf 1 policeman, and W J. NI
cabaret patrons will get a sampled winner, Ansel Barrow; runner- had visited with him I patrolman, who answered calk

fraud open talent u well si. up Don.tllbot I.and htswife hrtJ trap*rtmentmos*l help telephoned to the police tbV 1,
turn town, musical comedy talent 1(39 mummer tournament:' winner ILL HEALTH et the afternoon and Went back to losing the' shooting -and Juuai I
The cabaret program will start Anael Barrow; Tunner-up A. their .-awaapartnunt'..tajoanftif 'Martin MtynoMs.Dreyspriarwas. : I
.t 1110 on the dance floor of O. Logan. that ot the Stewarts'at about ':45. IT and hl. wife !

the Chamber of Commerce build. ._ "Anyone who play tennis or baa) (Continued tram Page Om> He brake-1nW"tbe" "Preyspitec 1I-'I'bt7'eame here fl'Olll--haka, '
Inf. Dane music will begin al a desire to Warn should sign up apartment .and found: Dreyspring on N v. t. .y A.
10 and for this tournament" Mr: McKee Mock who liver in' apartment. .. -
except for the Internatsslor lying on the bed and. . Drey ICdowa'aurvlvorr' of Drtysacta; '
the D -eyapriD(*
north of the' one
for the program, continue' un- said.Prospective Mstafied.thdt she heard spring reclining 0a: the bed leaning are his:'mot bet, Mrs' Ette Orey.
til i a. m. or later. entranla'ma signup occupied, on J er'elbow..' A friend of a.'sprint :.and a sister Mrs. ,Frank (

The program M announced 'byMrs. at the municipal pool "" Dnyspring"There's say; to settle It;, )'Iar'! standing he Clasped: a hnd'of Bradley Oadaden, Ala: Mrs. Dm: :
Bird reads: one way of them arid by that time spring has
each
*. a brother Alton Ms*
both Fibs
rm going to kill us I
"HI Neighbor" sung by Mrs. X JURY FINDSContinued ,1 the"room 'w a 'tun of people, hesaid. say, who la an attorney In KosdJusko.
quarreling
beard scuffling or
A. Buchanan. Chorus, Un. Stuart no He repeated that 'both of .
Hall M.... Stanley Wlttkop, she said. them had been in good sp'fits dur. !k
Mn. Bruce Ennis, Mn. Herbert Julia Mae Reynolds, 11-year-old I Ing the afternoon and there had
( from Page,One) daughter of Mr. and Mn. Julius
Turner, Mn. T. J. Walker. Mn been too argument before they; left
Thomas P. Cheesborough, Mn. S. cord of a dreaming gown which was' Martin Reynolds, who hive sag I the apartment.
Stewart
N. Connafly. Miss Kathleen Freeman tied around her neck. and her apartment across the court from
and Mix Mildred Perryman. kneel were touching the ground.Dr. .i that which the Dryiprlng occupied Questioned as to a'mark under .1
Dance, Maud Dodge and RannyBream A. I(. ,Logan who examined said she was walking by the I the dead-woman's eye, both Stewart !
of Rosco Studio of Miami.' the body said she had been dead Dreysprlng apartment and heard and his wife said on the witness -

Tango Mr. and N.... Eugene about two noun.E. a noise "like something being stand that It was a birthmark
Fontaine of RedlandCynthia" I M. Trans, brother of Emil dropped and told my father that, and noW a bruise thought
Wltt E.Vrana,testified that she hid been he (Dreyspring) must be .pankln,1 have been inflicted\ tiTblow from
sung by Stanley J !
kop Chorus, Mn. Dexter Home,I mentally ailing for several months I her and then I beard the shots and. her husband before he fired the I
M.... Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick Mn. and only last Sunday had tried to I Mid he' must be whippingher",)shots. With referent an almost
Harold Oxford, Mn. Turner Mn open the door of his car as he and I, (Those who heard the shots said !,empty'whiskey bottle found In the j'i '

Ennis" Mrs. Connally, Min Pearl his wits were taking her for they sounded' more like flaps or Drijrspr'ng apartment, Stewart
Whltaker and Miss' Jonnie Lee An. ride. .1;I;small firecrackers than pistol. said. he had, seen ,his J friend drjnk
drtwi. Dance. Betty June Wilson I She spent part wfi'grow ,shots.) :. a quart at a Urn*-that a', pint
at Rose Studio. him and Ms wife; Is I Mrs. Ruth Tower Dodd who with Mouklnt even make him "high".

.The 'Pour Leroyi" 'of Roscoe near the' Welbon place-and part her husband Cecil.Dodd, resides -. kri.'Stewart said!' !,thai she and
the time her Own home hesaid. in a house adjoining the.II Patio J
Wudle.. :: : ., of at Pin:; Dreysprlng had plinatd'oo i
""' said she was washing dlallel'ln .
"Dipsomaniac" Bud Thomas of I
ping walking that evening. She
Miami She'WI' born In Cleveland and I the kitchen I of her home.when' she : .' .. know
tiad" bur.,;s housecoat-hadn't "'I didn't 1
came to the Redland District23years heard the shots and looked out her
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"Blue'Champarne" lung by Stuart ,dressed all 'da,. When Tgol
ago.. window In tim: to set Mn.: Drey what' to'do. . j i iJn.Unwl '
HaIL Dance by Mn. Cheea- 'dressed:;. Mold her r Would -wa1t _
Members of the Jury were: spring fall over 'the bid. The .
borough and Miss Jane Gatlin."Bragglie" ,
until she
'out In the court got
Howard Preston B. Bird, foreman, Chaa.Cox. .bullet that passed through the : ot sueh-conAiahm,.
sung by IreiMd.: she tailed
West Milkmaids, Mn. Frank Ber- ., John M. Lee, J. S. Holland, woman's body ricocheted from Pretty rnk'she soon couldn't .It Is hard to think Clearly; .
to and told
me
E. M. Vrana and Herbert Turner. wall of the Dreysprlng apartmentand : go. But Turner's proved to be jreal"
necker, Mn. Walker, Mn Home. !
walkinj'I: went to the door ,
Mn. Besides her husband, Mn.Vrana burled Itself in the outside friend by handling
Mn.
Fitzpatrick. ,
Connally ray and hewaa lying on the cot
leaves her two daughters Lois and'une ,wall of the Dodd house. everything.! Remember thenrthey :
Miss Geraldine
Reitz Miss
Whlt
'resd'ng a -d.tedive.IIUazlne and .
aker and MiA Freeman Farmer, of Redland, a itepson Har. "I beard the shots and naturally j j'j'I 'she looked like she had been cry- -- ,.stand ready to help
old E. Vrana of Baltimore; a I looked up, and, saw Mrs. Drey you.
Eugene Fontaine Charles Steffanl, ,
Ing. I told him to get up put on
brother James A. Hajek of Perma, spring stagger and fall across the
John Barker Hugh Bowen, Dale till shirt and let's go walking. He THE: nousc: or DIGNIT'lTurner's
Ohio two sisters, Mrs. Mae Staral ,bed moaning and groaning". tea.I .
Hendenon, Oeo. H. Fitzpatrick, ; I I !laid no, that she was mad but she
and Miss Anna Hajsk of Cleveland titled Mn. Dodd. "She lay there
Stuart Hall -
and Mr. Wett.Ay
'would get over It. So I went back Funeral Home
Ay Ay" lung by Madam Eva ; and her father Jos. A. Hajek I![calling for help and one time she, to Mn. Reynolds' apartment ,
In Czechoslovakia. ,said '011, my god why did you do Z4-HK AMBULANCE SERVICE
Ceorgana of Redland. j
1 She (Mn. Dreysprnf: ) had been
Funeral 'services will be it!' . Then I became frightened
conducted : Attendant
Tina" danced Lady
"Play Play by
house coat on when I heard the
at 2:30: p. m. today In Turner and left" |
Katherine Challle and Bud Thomas
I Homestead
I and had Phone (70
botH of Miami. Funral Home by the Rsv. A. Ben Buford Stewart, roofer with ,putting on her slacks she I

"Jungle Drums". Chorus, Mn M. Vlven.; I whom Dreysprlng was working on just about had time to put her !

Fitzpatrick Mrs. Walker Mn.Cheeiborough ----_ :
Mn. Hall Mn. Ber- PIPELINE t

neck r, Mri. Ennls, Mn. Oxford I APPLY FOR YOUR I NEWT. G. BALLNOTARY ,
and Mill Hfitz. Show girls Miss (I
LaNelle Rogers, Miss Catlln and (Continued from Page One) I I
Miss Andrews. which the aqueduct commslslon 1942 DRIVER'S LICENSEAT PUBLIC r

Song and dance, Bobby Josephof will contribute as its share of the'' >,
Rosco Studio.Intermezzo construction cost until the bondsare ,
sung by Madam Eva in hand, and the United States' Fire Insurance and I
Oeorgana Bridal chorus, Mn. J. Navy will not sign the contractor i JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICEOdd

F. HammMt, Mrs. Herbert Katz, starting the work until all 011,i Fellow BuildingHOMESTEAD Kindred. Lines e
Mn. Virginia Walton. Miss Whit. the money la In Its hands. I I
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aker and Miss Rogen. Meanwhile I Lieut Sawyer and FLA.Open '
I IS N.; Krome Ave
"Daddy" sung by Mrs. Buchanan. ill eng'neering staff are proceedIng from S a. m.to8p.m.
Chorus, Mn Chpesborough, with a survey of the well field i
Miss Charlotte Geronlmo, Miss southwest of Florida City, prelim. .
Marie Rogers, Miss l Dolly Barnett,1!1

Miss. Freeman Miss Qstlin, Mill t .. ,
s Ferryman and Miss Andrews. i I
"Finale." :


LIONSContinued Our Local Plant 'All Set' to Supply



( from Page One)

ner" sung by Lions Club led byMn. i

The. Hodges.ensemble was called on for I Your Needs for the SeasonWe

several encores of the and group at the numbers conclusion ,

George Lex played select'ona on I
the musical saw accompanied by'I'I'Nn.
Joseph Elder. I I

Local musicians who are have been fortunate in securing an Humus that is mined and processed at Tarn'
ten of the ensemble and
mem.1
In the program are: Mn. ample .upply"'of fertilizer 'materials to. pa, which growers are finding gives better

piano; Miss Ed.th Camp. maintain our standard quality of mixtures'results in setting pine land tomato crops
Kendall. Mn. Herman
I Marks Harold Roy Nelson and William, for the coming year. We will also have a than Peat Moss does. This Vegetable Humus

Krome.-Iollna; Mrs. Davis.'v'ola! ;I supply'of Chilean Nitrate of Potash and contains about 3 per cent Ammonia andthus
Mrs. Brynolf Vihlen. and Mr. Lex has a plant food value that Peat Moss
eel'..: ,Mn. Jose Gasca, double'' Nitrate of Soda to supply our customers' does not have. 'I
bass; Frank Hausman. flute; and needs.

Miss Louise' Ross, c'arIMt.Th. I Oar fall supply of Tomato Seeds Is. on
regular director of this Sulphate of Ammonia is now on the
hand and for the also
ready
We
group U Jose Gases and the en! grower.
tire program was arranged by SamJ. government! priorities list and the supply have 'a supply of Insecticides. Copper Sulphate .
will be limited to what the does
government
Davis I II will be scarce as 90 per rent'of the

I not use for defense purposes. copper miined is going into defense. prod.

i e CJJIIIIJIW) IIJ l!.. t i We also maintain a stock of Vegetable ucts. .


G. 0. BREW TER. M. p. '

lye Ear. Nose and Threat* JTreatawat ,,3

''.. I Florida East Coast' Fertilizer Go.

II W. Mower .... eavoalte I In .
hUe Apartments {

I Office Heam.. I to U Deny I Telephone 16 FRANK B. RUE, Manager Homestead, Fla. I


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: Friday, November' 28 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Three

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Orange Bowl Fete Seen Greatest TO HOLD ,
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;I 119,12 Show Ever-Held.in Miami Area' llETllER ; 4tg t.: A Little Bird

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d i, "tar
f The Orange Bowl 'Festival th'z |lto guard again ticket scalping by I fold
i :year will b; the greatest four-day |I peculators. A complete sell-out l-. RITES TODAYMrs. UsTHAT
how ever staged In the Miami Indicated for the stadium, he said

r: area, according to James E. Fus- .1 r 1 J

sell, chairman of public relation, Death Takes Mrs. Brodie, Laura Hill Hetherlngton a < a certain beauty culturlst must be thinking a lot abouttaking'
and Keith Phillip, member of the
i resident of the Redland
Redland Pioneer District
out difficult-to-understand insurance
]jI
executive council of the Orange ,!some
Bowl committee, who outlined tine :2i: died early yesterday .
I Funeral services for Mrs Emma I the residence of Mrs( :
stead plant for the big event to Home Brode, wife of W. M. Brodie, of B. A. Tibblts on N. Krome avenue ;THAT what bothers eerta'aj talented male tvtnber *f this
Rotarians at their meeting:
lomestead. Funeral services will BmnU'" ebons else at his hate
In Legion Hall Ridland, who died Saturday were more Was aaythtnc grtlng
Wednesday noon be held at the residence at 2:30p.
held at Turner Funeral Home :
mooed tm the falling act bat what bothers sense of the atria
The Orange Bowl Festival begins Monday at 2:30: p. m. 'with the, m. Saturday: with the Rev GeoE. .
. with a fashion show and pageant Rev. J. E. Waller, assisted by Dr.' Deuel officiating. Cremationwill most as the braises they boiled woes they fall .a their en Iaeutomlea.

In Bayfront Park at B:IS J. W Porte, officiating follow In Miami. .

II Pot m. on Dec. 30. Miami made Mrs. Brodie, who was 87 :years Born In Parka County Indiana .
fashions and Miami models will be old, came to the Redland District Mrs. Hetherlngton was; the daughter .
I featured, the speakers said, and 27 :years ago. She was born In of Harlan and Jane Newlin, THAT come of the hunters who shot at turkeys In trees yesterday -

( the Rotes were nr that At Cincinnati In addition to her I pioneer Indiana family. She received found they had brought down turkey-buzzards.

1 the fashions did inUrest-tbem husband, she is survived by a son her education at the Friends ',," a e e
. the models would.Seventyfive Moomingdale Academy Earlham:
.
by a former marriage, Joseph' THAT.... R4ary Bleb member* will always remamhtsi th*
t floats 'and 75 Blacker"Of Coral Gables. College, and DePauw University
; marching units and bands are expected She was a birthright member of donsert5eai.4 artery eareaas that WM ysusdwd tall ef ...-... '

U) be In the -parade of the the Society of Friends. hake ky taw ameeeasf wends determined to keep a. as*
North Canal Have
I Orange Bowl Jamboree,. scheduled to She was a teacher In the public
t gar the evening of Dec. 31,. Mr. Width of, 50 Feet schools in Indiana and at Bloom. Beans*** at an eata. I

Phillips said. The Orange.Bowl i it tngdal Academy. In 1M2, she

t committee Itself will, ,have ten Widening of the North Canal was married to Dr. Henry B. Hill
Local Descendant Elder Brewster
!floats costing not lest than $1,000 from the six mile bridge west was of Logansport, Ind. He died in of B

I each, In the parade,'he said.. started early this week by South 1120 and Mrs. Hill and her son,
Biographer of Pact AuthorAt
J New Year's Day will be the big Dade Farms, Inc.; with a dragline Harlan, moved to Miami. In 1824 Mayflower
t day of the Orange Bowl Festival, dredge owned by Powers and ihe was married to Carleton C. -- i
t of course, with an Orange Bowl'Archibald contractors In the con. Pritchard, a college classmate and the Florida state meeting of William Brewster who wrote the

: handicap race at Tropical Park In1 I struction of the county airport. pioneer. Dade County developer.. the Society of Mayflower Descendants I Mayflower Compact which was
the morning, and a football 'gamebetween When the work U completed They acquired grove property at
held in the Casa Loma Hotel signed on board ship Nov. 20. I no,
t two evenly matched, out.the canal, which heretofore variedin Waldln drive and Richard road in
f standing teams of the country' width from U to 50 feet, will Redland. Mr. Pritchard ded: In Guy Otis BreWster of Homesteadwas Dr. Brewster la the author of I

played' In the Orange Bowl at II'have a uniform width of 50 feet. 1121. Mrs Pritchard married Dr. elected surgeon-general and biography of Elder Brewster, The

p. m The teams have not yet John T. Hetherlngton of Logans member of the board assistants for Pilgrim of Nottingham", and la
been selected.Ted ]Bush Re-elected Noble port In 131 and they divided their 1842 At banquet which negotiating w.th Cecil B. de Mill
a followed
time between their Indiana and for Its production as a motion
Huslng, nationally prominent -(Grand by Odd Fellows the Dr.
until meeting Russell A. Williams -
of
death The Compact
radio sports announcer, will Miami hornet the of Miami picture Mayflower -
Dr. Hetherington in 1931 Mrs. was guest speaker. la said to be the first declara-
broadcast the
day's events over the' w. Y. Bush was re-elected noble A direct descendant of Elder
Co'umbla network Hetherlngton then moved to South tion of self-government In Amer.
I grand and M. C. Boatwrlght was
The Miami where ahe resided for three lea
greatest water carnival
ever elected vice grand at the annual ton and Lester Lawrence.
health anda Mrs. Brewster Dr.
Due to falling accompanied
seen will be held In Biscayne Bay years
on January: 2, laid Mr. Phillips meeting Odd of Fellows the Homestead Lodgeof desire to be near relatives and! Turner Funeral Home has chargeof Brewster to the meeting of May.
Tuesday at the
and the end of the Orange Bowl friends, she later disposed of hr arrangements. flower Descendants.
lodge hall N. W. First street
on _ _ _
Festival that night will be-marked South Miami property and returned . - - - - - - -
Other officers elected were: H. 1- . . . . . . . . . . .
her
to Homestead to make
by 'a mammoth display of fire
B. Beattle recording secretary C. -
. works. ; home with Mrs. Tibbits, one of her
P. Grlnold financial secretary; E. .
Mr. Fussell told of steps the A. Buchanan, treasurer and C. M. closest friends.During
Bow committee had taken ; the past ten, years, Mrs How Are
Orange These For
i Barrow, trusts*-for three)'.ara. Hetherington suffered from a very: : :
Mr. Beattle was elected representative -
condition which
I painful arthritic
to the grand lodge with .
, REDLAND F. F. A. Mr. Bush alternate. became progressively worse and
as 1
. Berge Wlnrate, Reporter.. Before the election took place, for the" bedfast.past year she was completely : Used Car Bargains? :
venison from deer killed Tom
a by
addition to her son,
President Donald Graf called Survivors In .
Theus vice-grand of the lodge, I .
the Harlan H. Hill of Philadelphiawho
chapter to order in our chapter
room at 7:30: p. m. Monday night I was served by Mr. Bush and Mr. arrived In Homestead Wednesday i.
Theus. The venison feast cookedby
( After the minutes had been I to be at the bedside of his
approved Mr. Theus and Elmer Sullivan : 1910 DE SOTO 4-DOOR
, and committee reports {mother, are as follows: a sister, i.I TOURING SEDAN- :

,\ heard, new business was pre. I,constituted rand', and vice-grand the annual"feed'noble. ..Mrs. J. E. Elder of Epmore drive'l I I. Radio; original paint; good tires. .
sented. It was decided that our Redland; a brother,
recreation committee will have'Miss !Newlin of Pasadena, Cat; a grand- - -
Ernst lt
I Marilyn I
charge of our participation In I'child, Patricia Hill of Phlladelphla I-
our 1935
FORD
r sub-district field day at Miami- Pledge of Chi OmegaMiss : and six stepchildren, J. W.I 2-DOOR SEDAN-Good: Transportation :

Edison, Saturday, Dec. 8. Rex I I Pritchard, Miss Elizabeth Pritch I Hon cheap.
I Seats called attention to some Marilyn Louise Emit, ard, William Pritchard and Mrs _
items In our program of work that daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Lenore McGowan of Miami, C. CPritchard ] .

I, need Immediate attention. Among Ernst of Avocado drive, was one of Jr, U. S Army sir i 1937 BUICK BUSINESS COUPE. Good condi- .
' these are preparation for field day the girls chosen to become a corps and Mrs Leona Elder of -
and Initiation of chapter projects. pledge of Chi Omega, national sojclal Charlottevllle, Va. tion; good tires; radio. :
I' Our program consisted of a short = sorority at the Unlversty of Pall bearers will b*: Joe Eldera .

talk, "Origin of Parliamentary: 'Miami, where..she Is. .In the freshman nephew), Donald Neese, J. W. -
Procedure and Use of thj Gavel", i, class I Pritchard, Art Rjlchert, J. L. Bur- I- 1938 BUICK 4-DOOR SEDAN. New paint and .
and some chapter drills In ceremonies Miss Ernst was graduated from
I! In which all present took Ponce de Leon High School In THE WANT-ADS I. seat covers; radio. Priced right.
READ
. part. I Coral Gablea in June. I- '
; Present besides those named
above were: Eugene Ingram, J. L. ;'" : 1933: PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR SEDAN, Good

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The Mfevlw Mnw are tatw MM ,
FrbUn M x, ....... ?\o.. hue. Inm IU. .1 U.. U.MMM4 .
// tlsORA4TJ Rawnwin -,JIlabia M.r. Ik. .
Ir UM sash Del Pahl hone Uww.scBirRirrioN I Yft: .' W Smith nags a.nJr .
RATES Ay ..... 0... tr. jNIo with w 5.= .
.. Dodo Co Btr- , II.N ..... IAC .
0.W..f Dodo Corny_i Stele /& retcn or AMa: oe tfotiISU k jIN Nov. 17. ISM 't r

....... a ..amid .1000 Seed 1i AND HIS fieST lAtXHXr I '
SWOON a SOIL .s } I'UUW17II1 l THCtuurs snow -"About 21 of James Wallam'e .
iu... steal ini.. Florida.rah :-&M. not :: .y rN& aACrSTAYAfAARCrrDpiGlatf classmate enjoyed a tacky-kid. >

i. ,. I" rue. aecoeoor vceffMM t party at his home, November 7th," .
', I& TIN TO TUC MQOfft Many kid game were played and
+01 a .I/Ai rYGt4/DIAJ also the fish pond where they
Rhymed RiddleBy _ 1 fished for "sucker (allo4.,. 'i

sucker). This being James1 15th "
Annie Meybew Fitzpatrick
o s re b birthday, he hat many pleasant ',
K Doctor Smith' wife while tendIng ''. k' t > -. reminder of a happy time. . ." ?,*
t r .cA4I 01' ifill" ---J.N '
her fish \ ', -"At a meeting of the Parent-
Scalded her forearm while filling ,, Teacher Association: last Monda"f
their dish night it was voted that the presi- '
dent Joe Burton, select a commit.tee "
What might you lay a* she grim' G : '
-b of ten to solicit aid from the "
'
redwith pain"That '
parents and other individuals In
wu said long ago to King, '" raising a fund to repair and 1m- ']
Philip of Spain? prove the plumbing at the school :
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i ., building. ,
. -"The Homestead High School ,, '
4
Marines Celebrate 166th basket ball team played its first '

; Anniversary' ,t. .. ..rte toMrRffi3RANiJ'MMGL 1OCAf7Y game of the season Monday,.November .'
14th, with Redland beatIng .
) From tailing frigate to amphibious them with a score of 10-7. .*

tractor, the V. S. Marines I II "Honor roll for the second

have kept pace with the advance month of school (Homestead '

of military and naval science since School) ending November 11th: .
High school, fourth yearNinaDrew
the recruiting of lei soldiers was
Esther Livingston, Willard
authorized by the Continental Congress Severy and Carl Tweedell. Third

in November, 177) They year-Herman Pike and Mary

have just celebrated their 166th I Tower. Second 'ear-Deslle Mc- '
anniversary, 'I Owe WPLORDAs' Cullough Julia ..Musselwhit and ,

Fifes and drum were calling -.;.., Catherine Sheffield. First year- -,
'I Arietta McCullough and Rose
mm to the color In 1775. Men to '- MA a/ME Tower. Eighth grade-Mildred .

man our fighting frigate were I Brother and Tom Loom!*. Sixth '
among the crying need of the trade-Elsie Campbell, Lldda Ann.., .
hour, and there wa an urgent '. "' ''-a..., ..-......__ /Lee, Ruth Mowry, Barney Murphyand t

call One for by marine one a little fleet of fightIng Of PONCE DE LEON'S DISCOVERYOF I'ia'd, which was In thirty degrees and eight Velma Shaw. Fifth grade-

craft began to assemble on the I FLORIDA there it but one auth- minutes (latitude), they ran along the I Louis Bigger, Carrie Hook Fitzgerald Haael
Mildred Haael
Delaware River at Philadelphia.' entic record Herrera, who, writing in 1601, length of coast seeking harbor and at night Nixon and Fisher Pearl, Whitaker. Fourth i

j On November 10, 177S. the Continental , aid: 'They set out from her (the.B&- they anchored near the land in eight fathoms I grade-Marian DOrsey. Thelma

Congress resolved "That hamas) running northwest, and on Sunday, of water . "At this point Ponce Bigger, Dexter Horne, Alton
two battalion of marine be the 27th (March), which was the day of went ashore And took possession. Home, Dorothy Conner, Alberta
reined" end that date hat since the Festival of the Resurrection, which While the LANCELET is classed with Pacetti and AJonza Slstrunk

birthday. commonly they calP'of Flowers', they saw fishes its zoological position is still uncer I Third grade A-.Ad.lle Jones,
These, continental Marine an island and did not examine it And Monday tain. Its fins are undeveloped, its mouth a Myrtle Morgan Arthur French,
etched their name deeply In the the 28th, they ran fifteen leagues by mere alit and it has no jaws. So quickly M Julia Brothers and Roberta Hone." '
i record of the Revolution. They the aame direction, and Wednesday they, its eggs develop that if extruded and fertilized I Third grade B Louise Grantham.

battle engaged and In numerous land and sea proceeded in the same way, and afterward, at sunset they are already hatching Mildred Sullivan- Ovid Sullivan

the winning played of our a valiant Independence. partIn with bad weather, until the 2d of April, by the dawn of the next morning. It attaJiu and Anton Waldin. Grade 2 A-

-Their tint expedition took running to westnorthwest, the water lessening a length of only about 2% Uwhea *ad ia, William Krome, Alvin Simmons

them to the Bahamas, and In subsequent to nine fathoms at one league from found on both eosuta fit j''ltuilts. -Erma and Cecelia Cahoon Stallone., John Drew Grade, M 2_B

yean there I is hardly a Secklnger.
Use Paeetu and Ralph
spot on the globe whet the tea
and ordering that half the property Tint grade-Burton Branch Wil-
soldiers have not landed while
engaged In some mission for Uncle I' acquired during their mar- Children in Court bur Free, Randolph Glass, Ruth
CURRENT Humphries, James Loom! Elmer
Sum. Marine have fought In all ried life should go to the ex-wife
By Judge Malcolm RaUleU Sullivan Allen West, Eva Sullivan
I the t-ig| and little of "if she know the virtue of the
war our
country Stephen Decatur wit- COMMENT catechism, castor oil, paregoric and Robert Krome, John Kalker
I I
Elfrida Walker, Janet Bowen and
i nesaed their valor at Tripoli. They hickory: tea. Mr. Judge, those UNPOPULAR, UNATTRACTIVEAND '
I things are no longer In the matrimonial UNWANTED Margaret Wallam. Florida City
shared In Oewey'i victory at Ma By AGNEW WELSH ,
arade-lJllle'
honor roll First
Rills Bay aided in the destructionof phamacopela. An adolescent wayward buy presented :
_____. Robert, Tom Whitehead and J. W.
.
f' the Spanish fleet In Cuba, and K I I a difficult case to Juvenile '
Stanley
shed their blood on the battlefield t.I-. 11 Ml Mr. W as..MS lib "Jo", _..." .Mth.e Mr. Isaac Tootleberry came In' in Roberta. Third grade-Marf
Of Franc cooperate carrying out
UNV *. SB MIIUMll .4 ri any pro
1 Monday, madly waving a copy of. Jean Fourth gradeLillianRhodes.
I for his reclamation.The .
During the 200 or more landing with kta Mlabsa. AMnv MMiiWit.wloiu gram designed
.. .. the morning Herald and shouting: Fifth Nancy Jack-
la A> I they have made on foreign toll, ink tJiTMt, ..Ia.... ,Ia. "Look at this old doodlebug snorting average judge has observed son. Sixth grade-Lillian Kling
they curled Old Glory to Korea, scores of similar youngster who
: Sumatra, Samoa China, the Philippines The U. S. Sugar Corporation has about this country going to could be classlfed as unattractive,I and Mabel RogerUon."
and far-off FIJI Island bought an additional 1,200 acgesof spend ten billion for amusements, unpopular and unwanted children. -"Mr*. B. R. Paschsll, of Miami
..porta1' etch tomfoolery this has been visiting Mr. S. F.
The old-time marine went Into Such children are frequently not
I battle armed with a musket,, Everglade land with a three year. W'y. that' the new way o' endowed with any of the Inherited 1 Matthew and Mr*. D. P. Hark-
pike, or outlaw. His modem prototype mile frontage along the St Lute doln' thing*-pull yourself up by trait which characterize the normal ness the last ten day She I II t
I* equipped with practically canal, In the Jndlantown nICIII.1 your own bootstrap; spend all you child. These children are a former resident of her and find
vary conceivable military weapon Whether to be used In enlarging' can lit or borry. Wen I was a real challenge to society for they Homestad is growing rapidly." ,
their of lemon for young feller pap was alien tellln "Chas. and Bill Bryant, A. B.
used Oa land or sea from machine planting grass or are difficult to manage. They are
and anti-aircraft gun to starch production was not stated. me to save' my money an' someday often outcast with a strong desireto Cain, the Belles brother and Mr.
fighting plane and amphibious After the oil has been extracted I c'u'd sit me a piece o' land belong to some group within Hartley went on the morning trainto
tractor from the grass, the residue i* said and hav" a home o' my own. NowIt the community. Unless they can Jewfish on Thursday to go
During the more than eight I to make an excellent stock feed '* spend It all and w'en you Sit be Interested and made part of a I fishing. . ." jo
core yean since they were flnt with the addition of another of old let the gov'm't take keeh o' definite worthwhile group, they I "Cashier Newt G. Ball of the 't.
organized, the V S. Marine have I I their waste product, molasses.It you but dum me effen' I kin thinkthat's are likely to become member of I Citizen Bank, has recovered from
built up a tradition for valor unexcelled t the right an proper way to vicious gang who prowl In the I bill attack of the. dengue. Mr*.-

by any fighting unit any l U touching to note how moat do. streets doing all aorta of mischief. i Ball returned from her northern "
where. dog crave human sympathy, A child of low mentality can I trip' on Wednesday, accompanied -
'companionship and affection A bowl la going up over WPA more readily be persuaded to commit by a number of friends whOM
How many ofII know that,,small thing so greatly craved, so worker allotments. 'The five dlitricts anti-social acts than one of destination were further up the : I'
Sarah Josepha Hale, editor of easily given. It ha always oclcurred of Florida supposedly allocated normal Intelligence with goad line. It I* hoped to have the '"
Oodey'i Lady Book. t* the real to me that a boy and a dog to proportionate population family background. garage on Mr, Ball's lot completed f'b
mother1 of Thanksgiving This I f were natural companion for the have the following number on at an early date. It la two .

Intrepid writer espoused the cause.dog give the boy an outlet for their roll District 1 (Tamapa area 1 sect where them durned show stories In height with dimension
and Induced President Lincoln In[affection that would otherwise be 11.714; S (Jacksonville), 8,178; of It 21, tile construction
people tryln' to tell howto
people
1183 to make the tint national [repressed to the boy' detrimentT S (Tallahassee), ,226; 4, (Miami),I live happy w'ea married looks -"R W. Johnston and wife left '
since shall never forget the J.6S9 I (Orlando) 4,848. The two ; .
Thanksgiving proclamation reply a ; like pot callin' kittle black Wy on: Wednesday Tor Jacksonville
the day of President Washington boy made me when I asked him western, districts have more (26, just look at the de-rorce court, to attend the state fair. Mr. John- I"
thai setting ,.a precedent which he would sell me his dog: "No, MB) than the three other combined 'out there. It's like said about ton U Interested IB Homestead'

hill been faithfully followed by ; he's my friend.. ". -19,711. The grand total 1* Mr. Flnnegan's train you-'oft ,,.1D.1] exhibit and was !very helpful hi I.
succeeding! presidents. Ilf 38,831. getting it together. LaMonta l
on sin, coupled: 'up anW'Xoneag'lnl' :
Florida' supreme court has a Isaac, you are more right Craw left wttluMrt! Johnston on r
Ita 'do not make common \ who I II both jurkt and humorist Mr. Tootleberry came ta wear than righteous ' Wednesday night:' Mrs. Ranson
cause to save the good old ship, On numerous -occasions knr the aspect at having had hit v 1 I was busy till the last moment Insecuring
of 'the Union on this voyage; nobody {Judge Tnretl ha Injected bit of breakfast toast garnished with God grants liberty only to contribution toward the
will hare a chance to pilot i humor into his decision A re- andspurs, but the disturbance those who love It. and are always: expense of the Homestead exhibit I
her on another voyage.-AbrahamUacoUvlMlr cent example wa his W1'ltlnllnto proved to be Merely mental. L6k'e ready to defend it-Daniel Web- willeD It U believed will rank: withr .
CFD). ]a.4torc* .petition tAt je:beartng be4y, AAbar:: Mid tho.irate baa*, *t ,'1MB.' tb.aks ...

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! Friday, November 28, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Five

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I Fleming of Miami Beach and ttteu -
daughter, Susanne spent 1h
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i week-end with Mr. Hutchinson InIndiantowp. wM

In and AroundHomestead i( ..,?.

i Mr. and Mr*: Gordon Ivey, the
(daughter, Lou Ann, and Mr. and
i Mrs. E. H. Collier spent yesterdaywith OUT At
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burnett! _
'and Mrs. Vera Summarlin in Well t v ?
Fl.lm Beach.

Mn. F. B. Wakefield of Apalachicola -/, Miss Annabel Redd, and two
U visiting her son and guests, Miss Ann Nell Coleman of FLORIDA CITY
daughter-in-law, Mr. and lira Tennessee and Miss Virginia Solo- By Mr*. W. W. stovary CHRISTMAS VINE
Ceo. N. Wakefield.Mr. mon of New Jersey, all students at -._ ---

Florida Southern College at Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. David Snow Lovers of tropical flower grow, beginning to take on the biasing
arrived
and Mr*. A. L. Lanier have will spend the week-end Monday evening from Bran-. enthusiastic when they: see the glory that has caused It to be admired -,
M guests this week: Mr. Lanief's I with Miss Redd' parents, Mr. and ford, Conn, to spend the winter, heavy bloom of the Porana panic- the past few winters.
listen, Mr*. Jesse Williams of Mrs, Fred Redd. at their home on Eighth itnet ulata at the home of Mrs. R H. Much admired all through the
i Dougherty, Ga.. and tin. Roscoe Ewing at IS N. E. Eighth: street year la the extremely tall hedge of
of Portal, Ga.: hit ice, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Belts and I
Hulsey Mrs. J. Chandler and IOn Bill The vine, commonly called Christ- single scarlet hibiscus under sn
Mr. C. 1. Field of Dougherty; Miss Frances Lamb left yesterdayfor arrived last week from Clarkaton mal vine or snow creeper his' Immense woman' tongue tree between .
Mi brother, W. J. Lanier of a visit In Baltimore and Phila Ga. for a visit with her son and I masses of wondrouf,tlor Iprlya'bet the home of Mrs. Ewing
Charleston, S. C.: and i nephew,I delphia.Dr. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. cover six trees of varying' and that of Mr. and Mn. N. O.
Davis of Milan, C*. height I
Woodrow Roy Chandler and family.Mr. and spread over the garage I Ball
and Mrs. Frank Hausmanhad and along wiring leading to the High In the woman's tongue tree
'Mr. and Mn. Early Dandy of as runts Sunday Dr. and Mrs. and Mn. E. J. Reid ol, house. are to be seen the Immense leave
Homestead art announcing the 'Jas. H. P. Mendel and Mrs. James Johnstown, N. Y. arrived Sundayfor Sprays that covered a seventh of pathos vines.
birth of a seven-pound son, Ron- with the American Telephone and for the season. tres-' a heavily laden orange tree
ald Dean, In the James Archer 'Bird, all of Coral Cables. -have been removed Mrs. Ewing Doat forgot the St JeW Cpto-

Smith Hospital Friday. I Mrs. Johnny Becker and dough said. sepal Auxiliary ...... Dos .. lathe
'I Early Dendy will leave Monday tor, Norma, returned Saturdl1from The poinsettia hedge on the leaser .1I oIbII'. All .... Wfood
Vernon Turner, student of Stetson Telegraph crew of which he 1s a a'vlalt with relatives in Mia Ninth street boundary of the EwIng *. eepeoklly fruit eaa*. and
University and a classmate member to work in Louisiana and mi. home was Injured by the cold Chrbtoaa gtfto.DR.R.&AKERS.
Karl Kesmodel of Birmingham I Texas. Mrs. Dendy and their weather last winter and I* now
are spending the holidays at the newly-arrived Infant son will join i Fred Parlln of West Charleston, '"'"" ""../ """""" "' """ 11111'
Turner home In HomeiUad. him in. several weeks. Vt season.. I* expected this week for the PROMOTEDE. : -

F. Marshall, Jr. U. S. N.. whois
Elbert West Is visiting an uncle Mr. and Mrs. C E. Graddock of DENTIST
stationed at the U. S. destroyer |
Mr. and Mn. Frank Stalling
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bur
In
Miami have taken
an apartment
and son, Sklppsr, of Miami wen, bas in San Diego, Cal.. baa been .
nett, In Powell, Ga. the Joel J. Robinson house. Sunday visitors at the home of, promoted to petty: officer, second 1 Office Heint I .. ... to I .. m.

L. C. Aldrich.Mr. class, according to word received I \ sanders: I to 11
Misses Iva and Nina Dyal, students r Miss Marjorie Moser, a senior at by his parent, Mr. and Mn. E. F. I Closed Saturday
at Stetson University at I Florida Southern College, I Is spending and Mrs. H. J. Dedbyshlrc! Manhall of Homestead and Red-!
DeLand, and their roommate, Mist the Thanksgiving holidays
were Friday visitors In Miami.
Marlon Burger of Dayton O., and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. land. Marshall enlisted in the Free Parking Space i

Miss Alene Twynlng of Cleveland, Ivan Moser. Mrs. J..W. Miller returned las arrived Wednesday to spend the week from a one-month visit In I PHONE t-tm I
Thanksgiving holidays with Mr. Mr. and Mn. Jack Gatlin of Orlando with her son-in-law and II I CAKE
and Mrs E. J. pyal In Homestead Miami and their baby son visited,.daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce I
Mn. Gatlin' parents, Mr. and Mn. Matthew Lowe of Key Largo
Mrs. Virginia Brooker and son, I Vane Harris, over the week-end.I Miss Milfred Severy returnedFriday I whs winner of a fruit cake In a AIR SKATE OONDTIONRDROLLEa IN COMFORT
Bobby, have returned to Macon from the Kendall hospital. contest conducted by Mrs. J. R. AII.._ I a I P. M.cased. .
after t visit with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Betty Blake student at ___mm.______._______ Brook for the benett of the Girt Ibe A...... .... she ama..ly.
a .
Till ta lee P. M.
Tom Harris. I the University of Miami, will I R. A. NEWSI cake Scout was troop made of Homestead.and donated The by ....-.. -- .... ... ban

Webb spend the holidays with her par Charles Steven Mrs. Frank L. Skill captain of I Venetian Skating Rink
Mrs. Bevo and daughter, ents, Mr. and Mn. D. P. Black, in I ITtk ,_ *"TI-|
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Tallulah Ann,' will visit Mrs. L. South Allapattah Gardens.I. I
The R. A.' of the Pint Bat
f B. Sommtrs In Miami over thee I *,
< week-end while Mr. Webb and Church i of Homestead enjoyed
P. McLean returned home
\wiener roast at the home of Mrs
Mr. Sommers are on a hunting Saturday from a stay of nearly two Frank Irving Wednesday. Everyjone .
trip. weeks at the James Archer
Smith s
All
had a good time. of the
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members were Initiated.
t J.T. Godwin and Kenneth Glenn, 1
I The following boys were prs"ent .
students at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural Ernest F. Coe, secretary of Everglades : Bobby' Morgan, Billy Melton,,
f College, arrived Tuesday National Park Association (Irving Melton, Billy Bryan, Thomas
night to visit their parents here. and Mrs. Fled V. Hughes, Bryan, Tommy Clark, Mickey
,; both of Miami were visitors at the Sincore Dickey and Billy Scotland
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Warren of home of Mr. and Mn. A. R. Livingston Charles Stevens.
Homestead announce the birth ofa in Homestead Sunday.
nine-pound son, Robert Warren,
Jr., in the James Archer Smith Mr and Mrs. J. M. Holferty of READ THE WANTADTDr. S
Hospital Saturday. South Allapattah Gardens had as(I
dinner guest Tuesday Mr. and
Sergeant and Mrs. Dukes West Mrs. F. J. Kronmelrer of New Leonard. HashfaGLASSES SMALL-but Convenient
of MucDill Field spent the week- York City. ; ]

end with Mr. West'i parents, Mr. I ........... la are E..L.wow I
and Mrs. G. A. :West, in Home- Mn. A. W. Hutchinson, her sort Chary. ad ......... atC 4
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stead. Billy, and Mr. and Mn. EdwT j MI ..rW C. riw.P0W" +y'ayma

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FOIL FLAMES Now the small home can be built right from

Doe it require a Fire loss to start to finish. It can be well designed. It can
remind you that Household

Insurance J* a necessity If you be well constructed. It can include modem
could know how many policiesof
protection we are asked to conveniences.The .
write-after Fire and loss have
made that lesson plaint Do not

delay. Insurance Is necessary small home has never been so usable-and
Kutfia6 nte Sea us before it get too late
, Contents tChia livable. Home financing has never been so

Fire Insurance EDWARD STILING 1 radio 'All t1 ip'houDELAY practical .for the moderate-income family.

Amt h> ...... AHUMPlMM REALTOR
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Ml-J Florida City. Fta. WONT HELP The down payment may be as low as onetenthof
i Make up your mind to seek Chi-
ropractic' aid immediately. Turn the property va1 ation. One loan will
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appointment You will know take care of the remaining cost of a new home.
The World'g Newt Seen Through ol relief Immediately you
a sense Repayment Is made b monthly installmentsout
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR have made this start Don't be
other have of income ample time.
IntmutxmJi Duly NnnffptrbTruthM discouraged because your over

<:.- r .-. sblow&-Pw how .......... failed to help you. Chiropractic'snatural i
ism_Edi...... An TtaJr and Inxracti**, ..4 Its Daily methods have. afforded relief -
f--- T....... With .. w...., ......... S.arse. MaheIh. to thousands whom others We will help you to put through your application .
M-.it. Ideal Nnoop..... got 1M U- could not help.
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Price f 12.00 YMrlf.M II 00 a Moak Tared.ys:8:31M123to9:31Sundays W. D. HORNE CO.
StninUf IIMI Including M.-adw SKttan. 1240 a T'aiIauoducoary by A.platmea
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FOUR MATRONS HOSTESSES AT DESSERT !: The Calendar I SCHOLARSHIP. REPORTS- AND MUSIC ARE

II' ,BRIDGE AT HOME OF MRS. RUSSELL HORNE. ,' 1 I 'I FEATURES OF WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING

Nov 29-Junior Woman' Club

A dessert bridge party was given |her Mn. W. 3..Clark, Mn. Frank:'I. | A program of musical numbers Women in Tallahassee She also

Saturday afternoon at the home of|Hausman, Mrs. Frank Webb, Mn Dee 1-Business meeting of arranged by Mn. I.. P: Melees read a letter from Graham Mc-
Mra. Russell Horne by Mr. Horne, Elroy, Redland graduate, who
[ B. P, W. C.
R. Brook. Mr*. Bevo Webb, |was presented by Mrs. Vane Harris .
Mn. Ceo. D. Rushle.
Mn. Gordon through the club obtained from them
Ivey and Mn. Paul Reynold IJ. C. J. Parman Mn. Julian"'H. I Dec. lJ-Meetlng of Homestead Mrs. T. L Hodges, Mrs. Sa I county federation a parttlmtscholanhlp
Mn. A. A. (Band Patron Association In school
Payne, Mn
Mn. Auburn J. Davis and Mill Edith Camp at t at the University of
Delllng.r won the D. Perkins Mn. W. R. Bird, music room at T:30 o'clock. I I I
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high score prize: Mn. R. J. Elliott Mn. Frank Skill, Mn. t. H. Col. Dec. 1-Election meeting of Lib-.',R guest day meeting of the Wom- Miami.
the second prize Mn. Howard Her Mr. Faul Haley Mn. E. A.f erty Rebekah Lodge. I an's Club of Homestead Tunday Mn. H. K. Foulk, president, announced -
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Johnson the low score prlae: and Buchanan Mn. J. A. Webb, Mn. Dec. I-Garden Club meeting In afternoon. that 'an executive board
Mrs. Preston B. Bird and Mr. C Adrian Jacob Mn. Woman' Club building. |I meeting will b* held' Tuesday
,; W. L. Sawyer I Mr*. 3. S. McCahill, chairman of.
H. Steffanl. floating prize : Mn. O.o/ M. Frick, Mr*. Dec. 1-Business meeting ofHomestead the county federation' scholarship Dec. 2, at S p. m. In the clubhouse.

Cake and coffee were served be-' Glenn Bule, Mn. R. R. Relmert, W. S. C. S. |I committee told of the work her: She announced also that -a defense

fore the garnet and punch 'was Mn. S. J. Lynch; Mn. Harold Kendall Dec. *-Work meeting of,commlttt Is doing. Mr*. J. T., mejtlng will. be held In the
served throughout the afternoon Mrs: F101'Watson, MI'I. Princeton Home Demonstration ammett, program chairman reada clubhouse Dec. 9 at t p. m. and
from an tee bowl surrounded by Claude Campbell, Mn. Robert Club at home of Mn. R. L. Scott.' letter from Miss Virginia Klnnerof that a business meeting at 7.30

croton and pine cone The hoUR Glenn. Jr., Mn John Grave, Mn' Dec. Meeting of Legion AuxIliary Homestead who through, the will precede, th*.defense meeting.'
was decorated In crotons pinecones John Julian Mn. Geo. Polk 141'1.1 I 'IL Hall.Dec. 1 i Homestead club received from the Mn. J. P. Perkins Mn. Orin E.

and yellow and red and or. Henry Johnson, Mn. M. F. White, S-Benefit chicken supper',state federation a scholarship at Smith, Mn. R. J. Elliott and Mn..
1 ange colored flowen. Mn. R. R. Kinard. Mn. V:' 'D. of Naranja Chapter of O. E. S. In i iPtrrin the Florida State College for Adrian Jacobs,. she said,. will be
Each guest. received a souvenirash Well*, Mrs W. R. Anderson, IMF,' *. I I hostesses from the club at the
tray tilled with mint Walter W.U.\ Mn. R.' J. Hester I Dec. 5 Annual supper of H"' Christmas party, .which will beheld
Present betide those named Mr. L. L. Hood Mn. Vane Mar.ri'Mn. lad Presbyterian Church af MISS AWE MAE. KITCHENS Jointly with the Junior.Woman's
were: Mn. A. L. Lanier Mn. R. home of Dr. Carl PEAKS ON MODERN ART
Geo. N. Wakefleld, Mn'C. F. Robinson I IJ Club.
f H. Don*. Mn. Lloyd Witt, Mn. C. Hagler Rice, Mn. Joel J. Rob. o'clock. at'// Miss Allie Mae Kitchen of Miami
Mrs. O. W. Calkin, Mn. Herbert
H. honorary member of Homestead
Denby Mn. C E. Elchenberg- Dec. l-Semlnole -
inion and Mitt Martha West Indian curio .
Katz, Mrs. O. H. Cronwall
sale, food '' Art Club, spoke on modern
sale and bazaar of Episcopal ,
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Mn. Foulk and Mr*. A. L. Campbell
art
at the November
II LIBERTY REBEKAH LODGE PRESENTS I Dec.Auxiliary-Business in Loaner meeting building.of :!the club, held Monday meeting afternoonat of served cookie and cream.

SKIT AT DISTRICT MEETING HELD HERE Homestead Woman' Club at B '' the home of Mn. B. E. Catlln.Mn. Present besides -thosi' named
D.. m. "I W. R. Anderson gave current were: Mrs. Zeke Martin Mrs. Ja*. .
Dec.' 11 Work events from the world of art McCready: Mrs Minnie Shores,
At ditrict meeting of
a meeting held ini I Refreshment were served In the,Princeton Horns Demonstration :and: Mn Frank Webb showed Mn. R. O. Short, Mr. J. T. B.
Homestead Monday night, a skit banquet hall.Offlcen Thanksgiving picture and aMcElroy, Mn. Herman Heinlein,
!' Club at home of Mn. A. W.
My Hat", was presented will be elected at the Vicker. MC-I famous painting from Rockw.ll I Mn. O. W. Calkin, Mn Grace
by Mrs. Jat McCready, Mr*. H. B.I next meeting Dec. 1i Dec. |I Kent' "Modem Painting." McLellan Smith Mr*. Joel J. RobInson -
12-PrInceton
Seattle, Mn. Irene : Horn Demonstration -
Shanklin. M. E. H Gallaher, Fruit Festival 1 and Mn. C. B. Withauer.
I Club'
Blanche Chapman Mn. i GLEANERS' Christmas partyat
Harry M CLASS
manager, laid that prize would be
Degler and Mn. E. S. HAS CONTEST PARTY home of Mn. Ted Stadlg in
District Princeton.Dec.1 : given for five or six group competition MRS. FAITH HONORED
Deputy c.Pllnger'l I The losers In an attendance contest by club member and BY CLUB MEMBERS
Brand of Coconut Grove of the Gleanen' Christmas party of Legion :
Visitors Class of the and Legion Auxiliary at 6.30I that additional space would be I Mn. T. J. Faust gave a luncheon
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present were: Mr. and First Baptist Church
Mn. of Homesteadentertained I o'clock. I provided In the festival to car party for the members of the
D. W. Hamilton and Slgmund the I I I
winners Tuesday: .for this competitive exhibition. Rain Shine Club
Bournsteln of Dec. IS-H. H. S. band and glee or in the Bamboo
afternoon
Miami
Mr. and .Mr*. T. A. Beach and I don Ivey at the home of Mn. Gor-:club: concert In school auditorium Mn. Gatlin and Mn. Lonnit L. Tavern Nov. 20 in honor of the
Russell Mr. Assisting
Mn. Ivey'at 8P.M. 'I Hood, the hostesses, served sandwiches birthday anniversary of Mr*. Jesse
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and Mn.
James
I Hendry, Mr. and were Mn. A. E. Paul Mn. Jas. H and coffee. I
L. Faith. Mn.
Dec. IS Faith was given a
Mr. A. C. Witt Mrs. Martha [Roberta. Mn. Earl --Meeting of Homestead
Kravey and Art Club Present were: Mn. Russell handkerchief shower by the club.
Nicfctrson at home of Miss Bertha
Mn Ethel Mn. Orlando
t Mn. Harriet Vandecar,I Wollam. Mrs. A. A. Nill Hausman. Home, Mn. S. J. Lynch Mn. E. Coven were laid for: Mr. Lee
Tallman, Mr*. Bertha Bustey was leader of the losers M. Andersen, Mn. R. R. Relmert H. Lehman
Dec. It-Reception end Christmas Mrs. Julian H. Webster -
Perry, Mn. and -
Alma Mn
Daisy: Qironlster KIoppel of Coconut and'MI'I I the wlnnen.Mn. M.. A. Murphy, leader of I party of Homestead W. S. Miss Bertha Nill Hausman Mrs Mn. Frank B. Rue, Mn. C. J.Ftorman .
Grove. C. S. Ben Archer, Mn. Webb, Mn. An. Mn. Fred Redd, Mr. I
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W. W. Allan was prize winner derson, Miss Kitchens and
Dec. 18-Business meeting of the Frank L. Skill Mn. Faith and
Other Homestead members present in a quiz contest and Mn. Woman' Club hostesses. i'Mrs. Faust.
of the Redlands.Dec. .
were: Mr. W. D. Mahan Mn. Murphy, In a word contest Mn
17-Meeting of
Edna Strickland Mrs S. L. West gav several University
humorous
O.
C. Rad-
Club at home of Mn.
ford, Mn Carrie readings. Frank Webb.
McCullough, Mrs.
smith, Mn Sandwiches, cake, Dec. IB-Social meeting of
Florence PacettI and mint, hot
Mn. Cora Belle Grlnold. i tea and coffee were served. I Woman' Club of the Redlands.

Present besides thOM named I, --

DORCAS tLASS '|were: Mn. Russell Horne Mrs. Mn. Paul Haley gave a talk on
TO JI.ECTf I
Claude Chenin,. Mr. Bryant "Education for the Church So
OFFICERS IN JANUARY Beam, Mrs. Henry Olsen. Mn. | ciety" and Mn. J. M. Holfertyand

A nominating committee Mn. i John Walker, Mn. J. C. Davis, Mrs. J. A. Rick discussed the

I T. E.: Kirby. Mrs. T, T Bowen and Mrs H. C. Hurt, Mn. A. E. Smith work the Presbyterian churchesare Jack

Mrs. A. D. Smith, wait appointedby Mrs. F. D. Mock, Mrs. Geo. Gann, doing In Dad County. DIXIE DRUG Howard
i Mrs. O. B. Adams Present at the meeting were: Polk JohnsonPhones
Mn. A. D
Mn. E. H. Collier, president, I Mrs. Wm. Lountberry Mr. N. Van
I Fogl Mr. Don Talbott, Mr. L. SI and 1101
at a meeting' of the Dorcas Class K. Bishop Jr., Mn. Auburn Dell- Ge'dren'! Mn. F. C Robinson, Mr.
of the First Baptist Church of Ingcr, Mn. Maurice Craft and Mrs.I R. E. Trotter Mn. C, Ben Plum-
Homestead Tuesday afternoon at D. R. Snyder.AUXILIARY rner. Mn., Jos. Hagin, Mn. R. Y. HA
the home of Mn. J. Lawrence : --a.. Burr, Mn. Frank G. Hathaway, SHAVE
Scott In Redland. Officer will be PLANS Mn. Carl F. Robinson Mr. M. W.
elected at the next meeting, In [ANNUAL SUPPER Kent Mn Vane Harr: Mn. A. F. TUBE lovend.r SNAVINC CREAM

January, at the home 6f Mn. E. L.I Plans for the annual supper Darling, Mr*. Geo. M. Frick, Mrs.J. end 10 Memo SUPERTHIN 8A DES

Lawrence.. marking the birthday of the Homestead G. Weatherly Mn. T. L. Hodges, .1.. No more need to dread your morning,
Mrs. Julia Polk gave a reading Presbyterian Church were Mn. M. M. Black, Mr*. Joel J. % .have. Here's a combination to start
and Mn. Scott conducted the de- made at a meeting of the Woman'* Robinson Mn. Grace McLellan day off with a smile. You'll say Na.Y'too
yotlonat I Auxiliary Nov. 90 at the home of Smith, Mrs Haley Mrs. Holferty, Lavender's cool, easy lather shave is IOiH FOd
Present were: Mrs. Cha*. Martin the president Mr. Oeo D. Rueh}:. Mr*. Rick and Mn. Ruehle. aster the guaranteed.best ever. Every Klenso Blade',

Ifn. W. T. McConnell Mn. Col The upper WU\. D* held Dee. a at 39Ca.
lier. Mn. C. A. West Mr*. Cha*.:I T o'clock at the home of Dr. and I +t .n > osuos

T. Harpir. Mrs. J. R. Pope, Mn. Mn Carl F. Robinson. I

Cha Robertson Mrs. W. L Ber All visiting Presbyterians are Invited 7h T 4t'Ck t#1ItaHf
ten Mrs. Kirby, Mn. Bowen Mn. to attend the supper it was
Smith, Mrs. Lawrence Mr. Lan- announced. @ Physicians recommend dependable p lduet.. That'swhy
X.nU..k water bottles and other a.nUHIe
don, Pope and Mn. Scott. The rummage sal which I.0 rubber goods are the choice 01 many ph.lcl.
be held Dec. 13 alto wa discussed.Dr.RF.Stebblns . For Instance, X.nU..k' simple Jet effective! If

B. P. W. C. TO MEET: beat bottle rives yea on the corrupted aide a
Hl I"I '-11q ".I FTa.yrJ = soft eomforttng .heat while the smooth aide gives
MONDAYNiGHT direct full best AU Xantlttk: Items are ruarantttd.KANTLIEIC .

The Homestead B. P. W. C. will oao" C.1 3DMO twO HEAT WATER IOTftI$2.OO w.

hold an Important business meetIng + y ItANTUEIC REGULAR STYLI IOTTUI.50--
In the Chamber of Commerce I -To Fi.. Yew UA......' 5..... .. .

building Monday night I 'Mil II N""OM'" aANTtaes Wassr
I oaf ,tosHag waves 01|taquWt
Each )
member i
requested to I torillnssjs with Thtetilque. fie
be present to fill out her PE'1'IOI1a11 ao.tsrUea a thod . CDoJ. SpcJ4lS" o*
card for the file of theNational 1 Oak -'xtabkl 'I I I
en"
s. Business -I JUfotALICE'S DENTAL NEEDS
and Professional Women, Club VITAMIN A AO D TAILETS

1 1pee.iaeu d1tvrnn.tquh Beth those Important vitamins MI.II sautes, ___ tie
NA1ANJA Ok Ft S PLANS sad feNpe Ali' 4 era la one tablet Her M tew el
BXNEfTT SCfTEJt Orel* sea be beaihed. Ilse 1 vii mla A and D prateetioa. 8"M Par BsaM:_.... .no
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A benefit chicken: pilau upper bear bled s oodlose" "q I 011 ._...... tOTTIOi 'ZkosoAaWPW.4fe.
will be sponsored by NsrtnJ ''''"- Ir_ Ir a 3 '

Chapter of the O. J:. S. It was de. BeAUTY a Kktti T4k BrMtu .ifs

dded at a meeting of the chapter Pearl: Tt0i raider- S**
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Nov. SO. The supper will be liven Dr.. L. W. Stebbins i SALON
Wednesday. Dee I. at the home I 1
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of F. W.Walker In Perrlne.jTh . UtS'W. FUgH St. adaaU 1rtM Asia, ...... o.aew..r.,

I. meat will b. served from *- 3lS "'-la' t.tIE .'1'" ,'r" .) 'II .
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I :: HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS I High Visit School Aviation Seniors School

I CLASSIFIED ADS 11

I )llam!. Nov. J7-Members jot the Il

Many Activity Clubs I Good Manners in the Home I'senior class of Homestead HighSchool *ATXnm tnaarttoB 1 j' recently visited tht technical -
At. Homestead High I By CaihcriM Skeafefr4 division of the Embry.Rlddle ,900 UM

Good In the Uane-Is
manners .
School ot Aviation here today and
Each itudant In Homestead High the most Important branch of good I how LOANS
saw plane are made. FOR RENT I
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School ha the privilege of incmberihlp maraw Most people think polite- I| In the huge building, constructed -
to OM* if fit*'many .dubs ness in public U enough. This I* to'serve
u a luxury hotel and LOANS TO MODERNIZE
1 40 ACRES
hla'bnt high grade farming
land
not Everyoni-should
the needs and ,interests use J
formed.to'meet now the headquarter of the tech. I REPAIR AND RDlO Uo
manners at home more than for sal or rent, located I milt
.of._the,'group. elsewhere. I IIf nteal school,.they visited the various east ef highway on south side of Grove, Residential and Buslnes

The vmriou*'club*' !meet for 30 you are polite at home classes and watched students Florida City canal O. B. Parker, Property are available through

minutes on Wednesday momlnf. you. I being Instructed la welding, sheet Alpine Grove Dairy. (nM-dlt) BROOKER LUMBER CO, INC.
are sure to be polite when In com.
Each ii sponsored' by a teacher metal work, riveting, aeronautical Suggestions:
The children and older
who if especially Interested In the pany.members of the family shouldn't!engineering drafting/ and design.. FOR RENT: OR SALE Store Add extra room or porches

,particular work of the club. disagree at home. They will do'thii One of the highlight was the building with living room New, roof and other repair

The group doing active work' while they wouldn't think of wrecked DC-J Douglas airliner Suitable for most any kind .f Convert gang Into apartment

are u follows: Canter Club Mr. doing so with thslr best friends i from which the metal was being buslnes On Key West h'ghwy : Convert house Into duplex apt

Hindman; Glee! Club and Twirling I outside. Yet they should show the I stripped to be used again becauseof at Florida City.: "See Edw. MONTHLY PAYMENTS

Club, Mn. Milli: Art' tie Typing, greatest respect and kindness to the nation' metal shortage. Stlllng realtor, or write Jos. $100. 18 mo. repay $5.98 mo.

Mn. Scott; Wood Collecting Mr. members of their own family. I Mora than two hundred fifty KupperU: ,' 4226 N. 11th 51.. St $1000, 38 mo.-repay $31(4 mo,

Rice; Journalism Club, Miss Good mannirs are essential to Embry-Rlddle!: technical school Louis, Mo. (N14-U $1000, SO mo.-repay $21.(7 mo

Fletcher; Pan-American, Miss everyone and should bfo practicedby graduates, they were told, are now $5000, 80 mo.-repay $101.33 mot

Stewart; Girls' Reserve, Miss everyone at all time assisting: their country and themselves ''FURNISHED ROOM for rent Mr*.
Cook; Four-H Miss Behrem; Library i i in defense positions at International iL.. T. Proctor.;.JCfver Better Food Loan Can Be SecuredTo

Club, Mn. Gallaherr Hi-Y, Aircraft Corporat'gdcomer Store. : (N14-U) I Modernize and Repair
HELP RED CLOSS ----- LEASED MORTGAGED
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and Girls' Clinic Miss I
Mr. MacyJ: ,
This year the Dade County Tuberculosis , Erwin PROPERTY
Ferguson. Kathryn from Tame FOR RENT-Two-bedroom apartment ,
These clubs are an asset to: Association: called on. the' all electric, furnished, 8 I Loans for NEW-CONSTRUCTION'

Hlmtstead High School because I commercial departments of the'11 I The fifth! and sixth grades: have minutes drive from Homestead, of Commercial Building are also
students are allowed to pursue ac.'tivitlea'aong' high schools In the county to d o some new book In their I brarles. ,Federal highway It Biscayne
lines of their own their part for the Red Cross. 'The''I I A contest In good citizenship isbeing drive Modello. Mn. Eva Col- available on' MONTHLY PAYMENT -
PLAN Bmoker
interests and hobbles., Each club I need. ,addressed. the. en,, sponsored by Mrs. Moser : through
veopees
ha officers- and'formal business d for the tnaillgc ol t[.homeroom. The class has been Lumber Co.

meetings thus'providag'training: the Christmas Tuberculosis seals. ,,t divided >Into two sections, with RESIDENCE!: of Ernest: P. .Roberts 'WaysideStands, Barns, Gasoline -
Our school addressed 2000.." ( Stations, Utility Bldg., Tourist
In parllamentary'procedure.1L' Arthur Bradenburg! and Louise Avocado dr. and Tena rd. Alai,
Mrs:Scott This. wortrwa Cabins, Real Estate Office Garage
says. <'.William a* captain Each aide is ,cottage on Tenn. near Avocado.'
,
a '_ lbut'on' toward a 'worttl1I beginning with 1.000 poInts.' The For detail apply to Martina: Poultry Buildings, and various
O.:;8.OUW OOTN8K cause and at the same Umj gave>I aide having the highest number ef Filling Station (024-tf) other Industrial and e mmi 4al

Homestead; ,ghSchool, has some excellent practice." |points at the end of the next six i building are eligible IncUr or

opened classes in: metal craft,I I'm sure we all agree with her, weeks will have won the contest. FOR RENT-4-room newly turn- outside city limits.MONTHLY .

we' lID', and avte-mechanks. The and are glad that Homestead commercial Thanksgiving novelties' were made !abed -apartment. Private bath, I PAYMENTS

classes are open to boys and young students were able to do> by the clas*. bottled gas stove. Reasonable $100, 18 mo,-repay $508 mo.

!men who are not In school, This. evon a small part for the R edSTART; rate. C. H. Lawrence, 102 N.I $1000, 38 mo.-repay $3IM. mo.

,work Is being-done .as.a part of Cross RHYTHMIC WORK W. 1st St. (A22-tf) $2500, 38 mo,-repay $,1.85 mo.
our national, defense program.t I All the phyical education classes I

There are also classes In welding LIBRARY NOTES are starting rhythmic work this FOR SALE W* also have F. H. A. LOANSfor

open to N. Y. A. students. !] Mrs. Gallaher has announced that[week. The senior high classes I I New Home payable monthlyover

IMS worth of books have been or-, have just finished aerial ball while PUMP AND MOTOR with pipe;I 20-25 years.

DRIVE: FOR BASKETBALL dared for the library. the junior high classes are leaving a dandy wash'ng outfit $2500,

Monday started the drive for 1 Recently IS new book have bee, speed ball. hand pump'with pipe, $3:00; I We furnish everything-Ideas,

sell'ng ads for the basketball pro- added to the shelves. They are::, The seventh and eighth grades flame gun, $10.00; doublebedand 'i(plans, estimates and materials

gram. This plan affords a methodfor "The Mystery of the Moss Covered[ played each other for the junior mattress, $5.00; used celery'j There Is no obligation In discussing -

obtaining a large portion of the Mansion" by Carolyn Keene,,' high championship; with the eighth paper at your price. Box 1182,J your needs with us. Phoneor
grade coming out on top, 4-0. A
"Stratosphere Jim and his Flying Homestead. (pd-5)
money for the basketball program. __ call. We'll gladly explain the
of aerial
game ball between the
They collected about $175 In cash, Fortress" by Askar Lebeck and I servlee.
but have $150 more to go. Next Gaylord Dubois "Nams on thBracelet" e third' period and the seventh period FOR SALE-Ch:ckens, ducks, tur'BROOKER
Sutton,, : class ls scheduled. keys. Dr. Irene Shanklin LUMBER co.
week the season tickets go on sale by Margaret corner
and the ,physical education department "Wings of the Navy" by Eustlc I Due to the popular.ty: of the Palm Ave and Rcdland Rd. Phone tt Bn MI

la expecting the gym to Adams, and "Swift L'gtnlng"! bJames y school dance last week all the girls (pn-28) Homestead FU.
are anxious to get Into rhythmic
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be full for the majority of the Oliver Curwood -
1 The display cabinet in the library . work to Improve their dancing. USED gasoline and kerosene stoves 3IISCELLANEOUSWILL
games. Tennis practice is being held and refrigerators. Virgil D.
contains most Interesting ar
The girls who tried for cheerleaders -
; every Monday and Wednesday. Lyon, phone 509-J (n21)
ticles. Displayed the presenttime t
voted for
last week
were The cheer leaden I I15INCH GIVE!: amall children ,lItcMmother'l
are models of clothing worn, practice on
I
,
unanimously.The care In private home
Tuesday and Thursday. ventilator with 18-Inch
In the band have by the prssldents' wives from,
students
wind elbow. No. 2 Goulds dou.: Mrs. N. Deno, 7th at. Florida
promised to sell fifty season tickets Martha Washington to Eleanor ATTEND COUNTY MEETING City. (pd-5)
ble-action
hand W. E.
and In free to all the Rooieve't. This display is of i interest -. pump.
get games. Representatives of the Homestead I
to the home ec students. Gaby, Vt mile N. E, of R. r. U
High Pan American Cub School. ( -21) AVOCADO LODGE, rooms and
p
PREPARE FOR FESTIVAL i 1 ELEMENTARY NEWS attended the county meeting held I bath, meals. Modern home surroundlngs .

The manual training classes are Jackson's have made at Miami High School Tuesday af- 1 FORDSON tractors ready to I reaionable. Rerlland
Miss pupils 1
getting material ready for displayat collection of toys for the firemen' ternoon Nov. 11 Since this Is the work. Reasonably priced. Over- rd Biscayne dr. Phone 584-W
the annual Fruit Festival Due a first year we have had this club In seas Motor. Co. Phone 292. ; (jiH-tf)
to mend for Christmas. TuesdayOf
is : our school, we deem It quite an N7-tf
(
to the fact that the festival last week Doris Parker'i )
earlier this year, work Is being and the was class celebrated 1 I honor that the president of our' :COLOR moving pictures taken,
birthday
pushed rapidly. organization, Ann Shackleford,, FOR SALE-Bjby guineas shown, all occasion L C.
: the first perfect day foia '
Members of the mechanism by hav.ng was elected v.ce-presldent: of the months old. SOC each. Helen Shanklln Phone 3-7991
long time. All of the children 1 I
county league. Whiting Ferreyra, Roberts road (pn-21)
drawing class are find ng the work I
glad to have eight mothen 1 I
were
have be- The Pan American Club has forits just north of Avocado drive.
most interesting. They
on Open House Day to Visit them,',
gory working\ with Ink which calls! i Mrs. Thurman's room Is glad t1, natural purpose ties the between strengthening North and ol (a8-tf) 1 WANTJDWANTED

for palns-tak effort.MUSICAL hays a new pupil Robert Rogerafrom South America through study of, PAPAYAS, 5c a pound. Mis. Keitt

Highland; Park In Miami. The the language, customs and culture Jackson, IIS S. W. 2nd .U -A few numbed dollars -
NOTES I class had a ba'f-hollday last Friday -' of the South American con Homestead. (mltf-lf) worth of Homestead Building
The band and glee club will,, and some of the children cele- tinent. I & Loan Assn. stock Quote

present a formal concert 11the brated by going to the circus In The members of our club look FUR ALE -. Tropical plants, tit price In first letter. 'Acid,."*
auditorium Mhml.I rut trees and tropics fruit ti I Box A-139, Leader-Enterprise.
Nets, Kng Cooper forward to active
a very and interesting
Monday night; Dec. IS. at B o'clock.1 I I The children of Miss Ra,', room year. season. Jungle Grove, Redlaal (N-7-21)

AH bind !members will be In form-J|'r.joyed the novelty of a pet In I road and Plummet drive j, -- -

.1'uniform and all g'ee club members -,''school last Tuesday 'when Billy i GIRLS' PHYSICAL ED NOTES NOTICE Or BALK'- TUTORING WANTED high'

vdAA'"e attired In the'r news Poniard brought his new pet squirrel Th. week we finished football NOTICE I* UtXKNY GIVEN school and grade school subject
uniforms. ( to class. The class has been,and speedball, except for at least UNDER FINAL UKCRKR OF. TH THAT i Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B,
| ..M Court rf lIMe ('_ftl... .lorU In ran j jM
boys reported to the studying the Pilgrim story and has one period a wek. Some of the e. .* city of HoMMd n. Mofenlwill 1 Plummer drive pad Country
Twelve 'a Thanksgiving border around the I classes want to continue. Next: Maw .......... .t .I. 1M 'o11n.Me Club road.
music room Friday for the purpose IM uM It UUm ..... M 11_". _.. . .
The pupils have been hav. week we will start -
room. on some rhythmic .
of organUng a glee club. Carl DwmWr I, mi. II 16 w. w h'"
Instrumental In Ing physical tducatipn classes In work. much froM done tt Ik* Cmirt HMM In' NOTICE 1'NDE0 PlC'TITHJUI
Frederick was Mtanl. Leeds, MM bu MM u lollmi, NAME LAW
the under Mr. Gossman'i .up-!I i Those Interested In tennis
gym ar*
rousing the Interest of these boys Lot t. I MoMltMan .f IM H.IS. }
class will rvlslon. !I urged to come to practice on Mondays and It, *l TATUM RIDftKDALie j NOTIfK I* HEREBY GIVEN that tho'ad.elawd.
The
In glee club work. The students of Mrs. Hood'sroom and Wedesndays. AMttlMi. | fedrtnc .. .mama Mi InMtiMMdrr
meet the third period on Mondays!land Recentlythe laU .lU S. Rlork *. Dbnufd Part.UM .. the rirtUloai Mm of (..ATrWATTOl'RIBT
and will be opento are glad to hairs Dixie Jean tennis team1' want to Miami to It and ... Adam Addl"",.. HOMK.: I.U *I W ,._ Ik*
Tuesdays Brunkow buck In school after a see a film on tennis technique. Alt townrad mat we .... ._....Hl. MM MM With Clark nf the Olm"IsCosrt
boy above the eighth grade.) R. B. EDWARD. .
any TIn 0 t Dodo s FbrWa
her grandmother.
visit with Some of the play were Illustrated City Clerk.INw. .c- a HutuINM.
Mrs. Clarence Gray and Mrs. :children have been working on by Alee Marble, Don Budge, and I., t.. 1011) e 'I t*. t>... s. IS It. IMI)
Margaret Mill will leave Fr'day,,their customary : j Bill Tilden. Those who saw it saidit
for Dayton Beach to attend a Thank.vln"ar-I' .. ....
---- ---- --
tide j f. was an excellent picture and
two-day session of the Florida i| In Mrs. Cooper' room each student 'gave them many new pointer

Band Masters' Association. Theyi has ben studying the pic/ The cheerleaders art pract'clng

are stopping at the Barbe hotel on! i ture. "Age of Innocence. Everychild qn Tuesday and Thursday: They DR. C. H. DENBY
I
the beach j, has written a story about the say they ,are getting used to the .
Hubert Smth played a-cornet I picture and an have ben placed I routine and will give the basketball 'r .

solo for the Thanksgiving program' ,temporariy In'a' booklets They" team valuable support during !JI' Osteopathic Physician
,
given) the elementary school on:, I are going. to write more. stories' ,the.se*oiu, ( "
Wednesday. He played variations I and after a fw have been written,;. I. l ._. . '. .
of "Tramp, Tramp Tram "] ,,each pupil will make a booklet'of I MR. RICE WELCOMEDBACKS.veral : Phone 39Homestead '

to accompaniment by Mrs. M Ms 'I 1 his own. I day ago Mr. Rice's fingers -

The band members will spend i j The student In Mrs. Bird's room, were severely cut while be Fla.

Dec. I< at Miami Edison High, Ire proud that they won the P. T. wa working with a band saw. (Over Brown's Drug Store)
School to rehearse with the sixj I ,A. dollar. They bought new mama, Member of the manual, training

other,bands In the county for the d i and pirate with the money, Th classes were very glad.to. welcome

Orange Bowl game on Jan 1, ''e class i* glad to welcome! a n w- him back this weed. ...Irw.rw.wwwww .www.w.-wa,.+u '



Pare Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, November 28 1941

been mentioned in the New York Fruit Festival on their broadcast,I Writ. Sherwood Hodson health tor two years and for the
FERTILIZER l friends here. She bad been Jn Ill
Packer, and many other nationaland Mr. Gallaber Mid. Dies in IlendersonviOeMra.
state publication including A Florida fertilizer company has health for two yean and for the
ON PRIZE LIST the Florida Grower, and* the Florida offend 800 pound ol fertilizer u last two months bad been seriously -
Irene HodMtv widow of III. Following tuoeraJ'Ml'Vte-
Time Union..111 tarry an- tint priMl and 400 pound of trUUier -
& H. Sherwood Hodaoav boom-Urn real e* held in tile Uendenonville
nouncamenta: of the event
OF FESTIVAL at second prIM tot the best Methodist Church, the body WM:
Cillaher, ffstival manager said estate operator and, later, postmaster -
exhibit of citrus fruits at the fruit sent to Laurel Del* for burial
this
died
of Homestead Sundaymorning
I Mr. Hodson died five
Six national radle programs festival; and hat offered similar yean ago.
N. .
C
Date oi the 1M2 Redland District have beta contacted regarding prize for the bert exhibit of vegetable in HendenonviHe Surviving are three children the
I
fruit Festival,Feb 6-14, have mention of the Radiant District *. according to word received by1 eldest of whom is 16

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