Title: The leader-enterprise
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 Material Information
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: March 20, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00534
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VoL 31-No..t% homestead Florida. Friday, March 20. 191 Price 5 Cents
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I' 3rd Draft'Serial Numbers, INSTEAD: OF 10% INCREASE




Available, at Fire. Station PUT IN EFFECT WEDNESDAYON I


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FISH BOWL'S Liens and Rotarians Get Behind Drive FRUITS AND VEGETABLES


For Dade County Community ChestWalter
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MASTER LISTNOWAITED I THE WEATHEROfficial An annual saving of 1X340.443
s Weiss George
Cooper, Homestead Rotations voted at ,
\ in transportation charge to the
R. B. Barfleld. W. H. Owens and
Robert MacDonnell as captains their weekly; meeting In Legion I weather report of the Florida fresh fruit and vegetable
will select their own teams from hall Wednesday' to give whole Subtropical Experiment Station, Industry was effected by the fight
the membership of the Redland hearted support to a short Inten- I Homestead, Florida. made by: the Growers and Ship-
Oil to.e.l|yl..I Bar. I Itta pen League of Florida againstthe
District Lions Club sive drive for the Dade
to solicit contributions Count March II I 61 | 81 {I28MF proposed 10 per cent Increase
," 4 to the Dade County Community Chest which will be ul '
Three thousand one hundred .March I 85 I 136 129.011| In freight ntea, reports Luther L
.,. thirty-three men within the jurisdiction Community Chest In the Kcdland conducted In' South Dade with March 1488| | 881 j I Chandler of Goulds, who represented
District, exclusive of Homesteadand
.. of Draft Board No. 7, which Mrs Adrian Jacobs a* major. .March IL_ I 88 I | j the Florida vegetable Industry -
Florida City. .March H._ } 4 I 162 |129.1171|
includes the Redland ? at s rats hearing before
District, ;
must Glenn Their action followed talk made ,
Gold
Miami businessman March IT .._. f 86 I 88 I2S,95|
await the arrival of the Interstate Commerce Commission -
master lists
Glenn
by Gold chairman of the
I I and chairman of the business
of order numbers before March id.. J 80 | 70 |129,871| In St. Louts, Jan 5-14
they: can division of the chest, and Mrs business division of the chest, and i
learfi the order in which they: will Adrian Jacobs, local drive major James Fuisell another chest official The decision of the commission,
II be called Into the army: a* a result [at this week meeting of the club and the Introduction 'of 65 FORM NUCLEUS issued on March I and effective
of Tuesday's draft lottery for (Continued on Page Eight) Mrs. Jacobs as bead of the local March 18. allows the transporter
men between the ages of 20 and drive.. tlon lines sn Increase ol only 2.
I 44 not affected by the two pre- The Rotarians learned that although OF DADE COUNTY per cent on fresh fruit and vegetable
vious drafts. SUGGESTIONS ON4A this area contributed very freight rates although permitting -
Whether on account of confu- a 6 per cent Increase in
I' little V the.ftjesj.jest-wec f1.716
> eloQ U t areas becauw'bf'l4"1J.c ; FARM BUREAU the generaFTWI" struclu,-. Mr. P
BOTTLENECK' was patd out by that organization -
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error In jirintlng ,the num- Chandler said.
in the .area from Kendall
! bers because On the basis of 1(40-41 shipments
or of other reasons, south. The speakers said how- !
the order numbers The Dade County Farm Bureau! of 138,782 cars, the
' have not been ASKED BY STATENo ever, that last year's small con- : proposed
published In full or otherwise tribution from south Dade was i was organized with a nucleus of 61 10 per cent Increase would
made available I have amounted $3,357,901 whereas -
unofficially.: attributed to the fact that the member at a representative:
Serial numbers of men registered change will be made in the county organization had sponsored meeting of the three per cent increase allowed -
and
growers dairymen
In the 20-44 draft were made present route of state road 4-A no organized drive here. would be 1017459.
heid In the auditorium of Perrlne Broken down to car-lot
available for public Informationat through Homestead for at least t Emphasis was placed: on the single
the city hall in Homestead year and In the meantime the fact that the community chest at- school last Friday: nightWalker costs* these figure mean that a
Tuesday: morning. This list is in state road department will wel- (Continued on Page Eight) I J. Fowler of Perrlpe Is carload of citrus fruit on which
the safe keeping of the police department come suggestions from this community I temporary president and Harold the charge I* $264 would have
and may: be seen at the : as to possible alternatives Kendall of Goulds was elected been increased ,by $2640 under
police desk in the fir station. I to the route which would take the ALL P.O. BUSINESS permanent secretary-treasurer bya the proposed 10 per cent Increase,
The awarding of serial numbers highway around the southeastern board of directors which the but because of the successful
is the result of a lottery, also, edge of Homestead to connect with NOW CONDUCTEDIN membership chose a* follows: W. fight made at the hearing it ac-
conducted by the local draft South Krome avenue, beginning H. Owens of Goulds, Chas Prattof (Continued on Page Eight)
board. The names are shuffled of the Oversea highway Homestead John Dunn and Dr. .
i and re-shuffled with a wooden This 1* the Information received NEWBUILDING J. G. DuPuls of Miami, John Municipal Library Now
i pitchfork then the chairman if by Secretary Kit Campbell
: Carson of of Coral Gables, Mr
i the draft board, who for Board the Redland 'District Chamber of Kendall and Mr. rowl r. A Has Nook for SmokersA

i No. t U Wm. J. Geronlmo draws Commerce ,in. response to tnquW The Homestead< post office meeting of the director will be
: ,.. names out of the pile,while blind -;> made compliance moved into its new quarters: yesterday. held tonight In the Porcine community nook for smokers was op-
folded. The first name drawn'is with a vote of the chamber membership : ,[ 110..... ened yesterday in tho municipal
assigned Serial No' 1--and.' because ,1Nt-_II:. Patrons,'woo 'called .for I their} The location of a county headquarters library by: Mrs. J. E. Gauzen.
this Is thethird.dreft'theContinued Sheetsof'money and tnatcICootinnex mail,at the.old building :yesterday wu left In abeyance librariaa It Is located In the
( on Pace Eight ) on Pas*'Eight afternoon found their boxes pending more thought on obtaining north reference room
t gone 'andwere-- told to- call at on*. readily; accessible toall The 'new defense literature
I the new.pudding; Last night the I part of the county. which 1* being coUected I II lodged
SCHOOL BOND
ISSUE5 WILL MEAN 'j
I front.door ef the ol* post office The pre-organization meeting in the bookcase which contained
NO MORETCOLDiCLASSROOMS building.were locked, for the first wu called to order by Geo. H. the nucleus from which the library
4 time since, the'post office was Cooper of Princeton, temporary grew. Two or three new
I moved to that location more than chairman who Introduced E. W. book as well a* many: booklets

: Br been set up erg the first floor 1Q.year ago.AH tins, manager of the American and leaflet are added each
I Pfcrent sueRbdoee.l' post,office business will be (Continued on Page Four), month. Mn. Gauzens say*.
of '
conducted-la tiwanew building
t Florida ctty'Wii; for placing the bonding -
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1 died) to "en-...bsllot, will be in starting.' .this morning: : Growers Become State Cage Champs
1 thtt year' : Ii Q1riat.il' Monday ;night:
tram,sitting in "schoolteacher"'Kai ""one, 'Mr rirpokVto Outline For First Time in School's History I
I ream* during "it one in tile office of School Nursing: Course Tonight
cold weather, /Wmr"y.- Oeronlmo th*
tklngt at races ; .Tig;Agency one In the-of Aa outline ,ol t!e.O-boIIrRed For the first 'hie in its history, accumulated during the season: by:
I t. They : of School-Trustee W. R. Bird Cross, course -la home nursing Homestead Hlaft School won th- 1 Homestead team, and mom
" for, submission *. Birds Chevrolet CD.andiltsmlth..B4tber wt.\Cb..wjl1'\ be: started hero next state basketball chomp:onihlp Ir victories out of gomes played
: school *- Bhop-i week undcr"the aurplce of the the Claw B division when tits than any: H. H. S. team ever did
'I'' the primary 'UIe. ort of the twiLitt' Junior Woman's Club of Homestead Grower defeat. St. Leo High! before, with 25 games won out ".
d peBtlbon snuat ltfstraroll'W ,ol Homestead and f'"- ,* will be riven' tonight a*i ih e*_!. It-28, Saturday: night in of S3 pate played. Ralph Del-
\ 29 per cent vt, ''Blhop mind Ktttlcn' 7:30 inlhc-TCvmin't dub building hj flirts *( the tour:::= :nt. beld Unger art Knottier record by:
tM* school: '' W N. W. tijrtn [by, Mr.: 'J. R" Brooks, who 1* a at Mount !)n.... I coring 173 points, the greatest
be tiled with : registered. nurse and will probably: The tournament, played Thursday number of point -vw ch&ad
boar ty '. .*fnoooboldcra, wilT be' askldl be instructor of the etas Friday and Saturday at the up by: any H H .-,. player: durl",
1. They -$tlOOOO': worth of bonds 1 l r ''Rt'lkWation for th- court will Mount Dora High School gymnasium a aeason
.
have In Miami ffida>vote* the county setxrV + NOYr M... Brooks' explanation. marked the tint time in six Homestead will place two men
and register s ha pledged,"itself 'to Inv i I ,The frequency,' time and place years. that any team from Homestead Dcllingcr and Charles Robertson
they did not I' sale, of only sufficient of meeting will b!! decided tonlitant High had reached the Cnals. 0.1. the all-stnte team when It I*
when the over$30,01" 'orth--to actual Instruction will bo f. Two other records act by the announced. Flernoy Lett Dellingcr -
epee In the << heating 115'.OJ In the started at the next meeting Grower under Coach Rudolph and Rob-"t.'-'. ww "''lets on
must register and make neeemaryanl [Previous instruction In Red Gammon this year (his tint at I th*' allrdlitrlct .....'".
,how many Improvement to tile!,Cross first aid 1* not a prerequl-i Ilu-n',.&Cae! High) were: the greatest I Miami H"h School won the
to before. rContlnued: on Page Two) ite for taking the course. | number /Of point, 1,170, ever (Contln;. a m Page Four)





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PERSONNEL NOVCOMPLETED \ Air Raid Warden Injured on Beach !STORE 1IDEVFSFORCED I Robert In Embry-Riddle Cast Is Enrolled School 1

Husband of Former Joy Ann Calkins 1 I
FOR TO USEROPETWOWAYS, Miami Fla., Much 19-Robfrrt

B. Cast 23, son of him Bessie
SURGICAL ., Robert O. Ward, _-In-law of 1 ion Miami Beach where Mr. :)Vardl I Cast of Homestead Fla., has UNITS Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Catkins of la caretaker of aa estate. ;; \ In the technical division of

Palm drive. west of Florida City All Miami Beach ocean front 1 the Embry-Riddle School of Aviation .
The personnel set-ups of the' was seriously Injured last Ftt- lighting has been ordered partially la Miami for a course fitting
Thieve who entered the Frank.
emergency surgical stations at day night while carrying out blacked out to reduce danger of; for a part In the nation's war effort
Homestead city hall and Perrine I| Instructions given Miami Beach hips being silhouetted against the j,tin Grocery Wednesday night by In the aircraft industry
S community house have been com'|air raid warden to see that glow, of Miami and Miami Beach i mean of a rope posted throughthe Cast who was graduated from
pleted by the Dade County Be-1 t jail automobiles dimmed their I for the benefit of enemy submarines -' skylight found they had to Redland High School in We and

Tense Council with the cooperation .i' lights while using Collins* and air raid wardens,'depart In DM same manner when took a two-year course In '....
of Miss Josephine Cook; volunteer ocean front road of the have been called on to aid In, enforcing ation administration at Alabama
Red Cross first aid Instructor I I Mr. Ward was struck .nnu.'j the order.BOND they got through eating chocolate Polytechnic Institute, will take a
and physical education las he approached, --- candy tin and rooting the cain course In celestial navigation

director of girls In the Homestead :]I hand, to admonish the driver to R: ISSUE I register of about $10. starting In April He wants i 14 be
High School dim his headlights. He was taken I ,a bomber ferry navigator ?
I I The rope iucd after a pane of .
to St. Francis Hospital with a I, I -- -- _
Both units are under the direction -|I I the sky light had been broken
radial
fracture of the skull that!
of Dr. J. A. Smith, ai sub- extended to ,! (Continued frorj Page One) .was found by officers on the roof I
the sinus eavlIt I
chairman and chief surgeon. buildings and croundu. Construe-1'of the building. Both front and APPLY FOB YOUR a
was at first thought that lie would I
The staff ot-the Homestead 'Lion of a new gym, a new auditorium back doors have two-way locks-I
not recover, but now his condl- *
gical unit has been and conversion of the old which made it Impossibjp\ for the 1942 Drivers
lion is reported as fair and his I lchances License
follows: .ur-I auditorium Into a cafeteria. will thieves to open either door oh the "
Custodian of keys-R. E. Police for have recovery not arrested good. the'I In VII probability be postponed for Inside. A sticky coating of choco- AT ,
the duration of the war emer.' late was found on the knobs and ,
ard.Medical officers-Dr. J. A. occupants Ward of the car that struck 1 gency, because conditions will not;locks of the doors and on the cash Justice Peace Qff ice.
but
Mr. their |
Identity
Smith Dr. A. M. Logan Dr. C. known. 1'1, be favorable as long 'as the war register, which the thieves evidently i
O. Brewiter Dr. Frank Haus- MI Ward I economy Is In progress.When : tried to jimmy before they Odd Fellows Building
married Miss
man and Dr. R. J. Elliott. Joy, the war Is over and labor .found the combination of keyslo HOMESTEAD '
Ann -
Calkins In 1940. TLA
They and I
Registered nurses-Mrs. James their and materials are again available'1 press that would open the drawer .
Nesbitt. Mrs. M. E. Stevens Mrs six-months-old child reside, and not prohibitive/ cost thei Open from 8 .. ... U g p. av,
A. M. : 'bonds will be ready for sale. Per .
Logan Mrs J. R. Brooks |'Oilinr i Red Cross Issues Call
Mrs. O. O. Brewster, Mrs. W. A.; Or N. W. First Ave.I haps only a portion of the issuu For
Overdue
J. Kopp and Mrs. B. A. Tibbits j) Authorized by Council will need be used if the govern'merit j jI Garments 4
Nurses' aids-Mrs. T. E. Kirby, I I j' adopts the gigantic public ip '
Mrs Eugene Fontaine, Mrs. Augustus >: |i Paving and oiling of N. W. First I works program that is expected to p i Mrs. B. A. Tibbits. head of the !lQR. R. S. AKERS ,"
:
Wynn, Mrs. M. McLaugh. avenue from Tenth street to'follow I the close of the war. South Dade Red Cross sewing
DENTIST i
lln Mrs. Alton Horne, Mrs T. J.'I I'Kings highway was authorized by School millage does not apply unit In response to a request :
Wslker Mrs J. E. Gsuzens, Mrs j the city council at its meeting!'Ito homes having a valuation up from headquarters Is Issuing a I
James L. Bird. Mrs. R. R. Kinard, '!Monday night In accordance with! r I to $1,000, and on the propertythat ,call for articles long over due. I Office Hours I a. m. I* 5P. A

Mrs. L. L. Fields Mrs. E. A. Bach' |j I' request made by Councilman Is taxable the amount of the 'I Garments to be sewed or knitted I Sundays I to ItI
anon and Miss Mary McNeilL (! Henry Brooker, Jr, street committeeman I millage assessed for Interest and I fro materials obtained here sev Clean Saturdays J
Casualty clerks-Mr. and Mrs : Oiled pavement of:I retirement of the $30,000 of bonds feral'' months ago, she said, shouldbe I;
Sam J. Davis, Mrs. A. E. Barnes 'N. W. First avenue now extends''' that will be sold fur heating and brought In at once. If those Free Parking Spare
Mrs. Ed Brooker, Mrs. V. M only as far as Tenth street exceptfor improvements will be so small 'who took materials out do not j j
Grennell Mrs. Frank Hausman a short section directly In I i,that it will hardly show on the I'have time to finish the garments,I 17(4 N. W. Sin 8T. !MUM]

Mrs J. O. Douglas, MI"! M. A.Berger I front of the James Archer Smith I i tax bill 'I'I workers In the Red Cross rooms PHONE t-titi /
Mrs. Cecil Dodd Vsra Hospital !I I So, get to a school bond petition .will .do so.
Rheney, Greltje Terburg. Charlotte -I The Installation! of a bell to be.and: sign it between! now and -
Geronimo, Hilda Dodson and used as a fire alarm Instead of the I Monday if you own property In 1- -
Mary Tierce. I city hall siren silenced by the !|I this school district, then REGISTER

Stretcher be.rera-L. L. Field, general order of the Dade County as soon as you can. ) 'i

C A. Frame. Curl A. Field, BcvoWebb. Defense Council, was authorized. USED TRUCK TIRES!;
Walter Weiss. Cecil Dodd,I Construction of a permanent
Henry Brooker, Jr., Johnny Little, 'wooden awning by Burton's De-
Roger Glenn and John Kuhn. I partment Store, to cost $250: was
Orderlies-Bobby Spear Tom-1 approved; a permit -was, granted HOMECOMES AND TUBES .
\ tay Harris. Hubert Smith, Paul Zeke Martin for a $160 addition to ] ,
,
Rue Milton Hunter. WadThompson .his building at Krome avenue
e
Tom Hodges, Billy I Jacobs j; and Kings highway; and' J. D. .in the following sizes I

W. Austin, Bobby Ch am- I Redd was granted. a permit for ;
"bllw, Dorothy Sullivan, Clarice i|;:erection of a building (n Fresd's 600-20 30x5 ,
I Dodson and Lois Pierce. 'Thlrif-Addition (colored town) at IPouts

Field workers-Mrs. T. T. Bowen -I l la I coat of $300. '650-20 32x6 8 PLY l
Mrs. Auburn Delllnger Mrs. 1
.H. KI| Foulk, Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson LJlrs. E. A. Frcscher SaidI IlltST! '
Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, Mrs.I i On Way to RecoveryMrs. 700-20 32x6 10 PLY

Grace Ward, Mrs. J. B. Weatherly.|I -
Mrs. Andy Terburg, Mrs. Leslie E. A. Froschr well known 750-20 32x7 i
Dltter Mrs. A. F. Arthur Mrs. Florida City real estate broker And so Lomes should be
Frank Skill, Mrs. M. Ashe. Miss' Is recovering at Jump Archer kept fully repaired-- I 825-20 34x7 t

Hazel Prnnlngton. Miss Mosely Smith Hospital from what was described needed'allocations should 900-20 1
Sever Miss Athlev Kemp, Miss as a slight concussion of mafie 36x6
be and comfortaJblaLousing
Ellen Schallrrn, Miss Rita """I. the brain which she suffered at
Mint Ann Srmrkleford and MU .the result cl an automobile coUi- provided for the ,975-24 . 36x8f

Geraldine RelitTke |lion Wednesday near Coconut f4J11J1,. ' c
personnel' ft the emergency 'G_ : f r > .38i7of .
.. Kiwi unit at the Perrlne O>msnwittj ->t. Mr. and sir*. (Voucher and :Mrs. I The ABC Monthly Payment' '- .' . k
I 'leir e> Is at foltewmCnKtodian 'BaUantinr,guest the ?rftsrh n flan now give*bcme.own* ; 40x8 . _r 0L
of key-Dr. Oiri F, I rooming house in Florid City, err the opportunity to make '
Roblnron and Mm/CfTde Hll\l ln. 'were driving south on tae In- every needed repair andimprovement >: Phone viiit or call for prices
Medina "mtf'rt-Dr. J. A. 'grabom highway at Coconut and '
; Smith Dr. Robinson and Dr C H 1 Gave when .the eolj!<* in ocurrcd. .-- arrases on the sizes you reed
Drnby.Numrs. Mr. Froschrr and Mrs asyaod convanien.
j -Mr* rtyde Hitifon.Mrs. .Ballantioe escaped wltft bruises monthly paymecU.Lnmbrr .
t P. M. Flnle,. St .UprhurchMm Ada Beal MId Mrs Arthur was thrown aunt the car.Tyre BROOKER LUM@E3'Ch.
J I
; Harris.Wiirxsi.
i .idJII'9. M T. llAian Vtctar Peterson, James p..1 Hardware Tool, Saab JOl. $. W. First St. Miami
Ma. J. a Cain Mrs. Ri.. Pishop. tcn. Albert Wirth Colby Doom. .
; Mrs. Gary Fowler, Mrs. James Allen Pearson and Mr. Bishop. .r'l Phone 13 Homestead Fla.t .; Phone 26133for

1 Clark and Mrs. Edward Xnt.hl.I I Orderlies-Mrs. Gladys Temple . .
Casualty ekrks--Mrs. Ooo S'r- !!Min Francis Knight, Buster Tyre,
i mans, Mrs, C L. ICnlirht Johnny Douthit and Joe Douthit.
j Bob Wagnon, Mrs. C a. filM: Field worker_Mrs. Nina Salter ', '

'M,.. HsiiJip. Mrs. Ann ifolton.Mrs. . Mrs. Y. F. Blantnn. Jot,.. Geo. i
Duke Sims Mn Let L ':Pcderson, Mrs CUIton: DeBtrry; . 'Delicious. Home Cooking j jYou'll
I' I Penny and Mrs. T. A. Ifolton. 4saV :Mrs. Vtck Ptdcnon. Mrs. Nelson -

Stretcher b.nr.--M. T n>(. Henry Wcb-r'n*. IlarotJ Up Tens Chapman and Mrs. Dill 1 a r e3 t111t1W. like Tropical) Cafe Tot 1

Church. Jody I.'o'runbech. P O 1 Harbor! -- its tasty food its plcnsant at ..

mosphere. Da come In oon. .1'
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EDWARD STILING I DR.J.I.A.BERGER. .. . TROPICAL. CAFE ,

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I Dentist w' 0 .

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Real Estate General Insurance. W.
First.Nations.1 ; '
Bank sterovic to1s. ; te. i
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NOTARY PUBLICCor. i Building! i : : Parties' :

Palm Avtv And Are. n Florida City Fla. .
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I It RESPONSE GOOD I


. TO NAVY'S CALL
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'f 8 'I FOR BUILDERS 1 Opposite 7W-Z71 Ej PhoneMcCrory's 61 .

Three
men from the Redland
II .District have volunteered wll'lI I
d llfct U. S. Navy for service In conj j
'"{ruction regiment, and. with 28J 4
I other COUItruction01unteen,I I
a / give been sent to Jacksonville for j I
n *,|. final examination and enlistment.- DELIVERIES
C They are Cecil Ravenel Let oflfomfltead

'i,Florida:City, Willie and Allen C. Chandler M Moseley of 9A.M.-10:30AA1.-2:3O P. M.-4:00: P.M.- P.M.SaturdayPILLBDRY'S

y Oould
4, ,Applications from skilled ant I
Irml-skllled men for enlistment In

;been the construction very gratifying regiments, stated have Guy I BEST FLOUR 20 LB. BAG 99c

t fjf, Hull, navy recruiting officer I
whose headquarter are Room
331, Post Office building, Miami
.These regiment are being formed
lor the purpose of building and repairing ,
bases outside the contljental -: FRESH MEATS
limits of the United States
re being accepted are: carpenJfers -
,
IoJ blacksmiths coppersmiths
deckhands. divers, drillers fire-
. j )Den '(bo'ler), laborers, hunch STANDING Rr, ROAST lb. 3c
, Jeft, crushers (quarry), blasting! ,
powdermen, riggers

. ,wharf pipemen.raters bulders engine'pip" fitter, \ItfelWOrkerl'l) LAMB SHOULDER, '/ or whole, lb- aGe:

The i" '.v recruiting station In _
flaml h", rnl 1 td a total of 80-I IIt1rn
sn: Dee 7. 1941 and lead
//I rf'",,,, it rip sttitions, In the, ei Country Roll Butter .lb.3'c
II" 'nu'h' in di trict
I ._____ _
I M'" T i HOOOO men hctr- I
isteri t the navy since the at, i
J4 ck on Pearl Harbor, announces I i FRESH PORK BRAiNS lb0 ZZc
n :.... he navy department, which ,
Is to continue enlistments eo-I
entirely voluntary basis.
In answer to many queries com-I''
FRESH PORK LIVER lb.
n.lnto the navy department the': Sc
thief bf the bureau of navigation I i
[|tai stated that men registered

..bnder'the. free to selective enlist voluntarily service system Jn the I Ian Fresh Pork Neck Bones lb. lie: :
ri vy up to the time they are inducted ,
into the army. It Is understood -
1 '
that registrant now are
w .inducted Into the army Immedi- T-Bone ,or Sirloin Steak lb. 35c
;cicly ;after examination by the ,
.rm1 medical examining board
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Death Comes to MotherOf
Fine Granulated
Ira. Sylvia Atkins

Mrs: Sylvia Atkins left by air-
?lane-Saturday morning for Havana SUGAR 5 lb. HIT 33c
, to attend the funeral of her,
mother Mrs Alice Rousseau of
that city who, died Friday. I i
Mrs. Rousseau spent last wlnte
n Homestead and before that had: Campbell's *
visited here frequently. She be-,

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of dns'Tallahassee daughter,and Mrs.granddaughter John Roberta I Ige. oz. can

little Patricia Roberta, new to Havana -'
to spend the holiday with -
'her.Other GLASS JAR
survivors of Mn. Rousseau -
are a son and daughter In'' SPAGHETTI
Havana and'a grandson. Manuel I! 15c FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
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HOMESTEAD LEADER1 CURRENT KNOW YOUR' NEIGHBOR I fllIlIlIlIlIIlIIlllllllllllllillllllnm


i AND ENTERPRISE COMMENT\ .;r7e ,* :* '* 0:*' *' * 20 Years. Ago" ;


j .UBJOK1I CM ARCHta.HACK_...rraUml ARCHSS.Mi_sister By AGNEW ;.WELSH .,* "* 'V* ** * trbe warner eases we laser a. t
base from ..... .e 1M 8..rrR.t.r
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Braes Newt rn sera w.r..mee M Uw Milk Fields BUM u]
Palibh.J .......,.. at Roeel..d. b., mmwb as his 1QWWm.s0'" seethe NICARAGUA-OCEAN. LINK OF TOMORROW MT-.4 Get SJ. INI. with *. Urn.MMi .
M aIM hoP t..do .11olo1.. Com.anv.eoasCRIPTION ... .. Us-.
bu A:
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-. lakes nearly
.ATEI. w A_ ,.,...... I" .. Lam Nicaragua if the largest of the Togther these cover '.
U Mt *.-T "L* -. rant 1'1a.. Central American republic Iti 3,500 square miles. These lakes ''I/I/ llllmnUllllllllllllllllllnmmP.tn! ,
"... and the San Juan River long have '
OitoM Date T VLSIMm <
An' American army: Officer who territory, about that ot Wisconsin, Fett. M. im
M .mesa.i... _n natter been discussed as possible route .
Sank IS, ROIL; .M :: -alM",= Nrom.M.d once trained with the Japs says forms an Isosceles triangle wedged of a second canal linking Atlantic -"Mrs. W. H. Krome, who has
"' tt been visiting her son,W, J. Krome
sunk .. fns.Ballad. their men are hardened by: such tatt the middle of Central Amerln. and Pacific. In the days of the '
Is spending a few days in Key
endurance testa as a continuous with the'Pacific at the western California "Gold Rush, there was West before returning to her home

of a NobodyBy 24-hour march. What a howl of boundary and the' Atlantic, :I lively Interest In, the possibility.: in Edwardsville, IlL Mrs. W. J. \
A definite step in the direction of
Ante Marhew Fitzpatrick protest would go up if we did the Caribbean Sea, is the eastern. 'such I waterway: Is a treaty: n- Krome and Masters William and '0
Robert Krome expect to spend
Somebody mutt be nobody, and in that. . From northwest to southeastthe gov-ernments: : Saturday visiting in Key West"
this case it's me extension of the Sierra Madre ,, -"Ora Neff, who has been in
If who U. Sians are a queer lot and cuts through Rica, for the canalization of the .
every one were somebody mountain system Miami some few weeks Is back In
much given to Idolizing the great 1 I San Juan. This would open' the
would the hoi polloi be? Nicaragua dividing it Into two Homestead again 01bla place
An uninvited nobody I chuckleout Just now it Is that fine officer parts which have, as yet, little way for navigation ot ships of Mrs. Neff Is expected down soon."
and gentleman, General MacAr- I I medium size from the Atlantic to
.
The smallerof
with glee access to each other -"C. T. Plummer left this ,
When others have to go upon an thur. after whom everybody wantsto : these, the narrow Pacific coast I Lake Nicaragua and speed the development week for Lowell, Fla. to visit Mr ,
enforced spending name something. The only safe is about of the of the whole region.
spree. region a quarter I and Mrs C. Ben Plummer."Mr. .
4 Now no one deigns to look at me time to pay: homage to a man Is country's total ana of 67,000 Columbus was the tint white Floy W.llolof Blakely '
down an elevated now after he Is dead. Tomorrow square miles. But here Is most : man to set eyes on Nicaragua1:?* In Ga.. is down for an indefinite*,
: For since I am a nobody, I pack night may bring a change-and of the agriculture of the nation September of 1502, according to stay: with his sister, Mrs. Vance I
\I no social pole there will be.other. .tomorrows. and nearly half its population of the story nearing the Central Loyless." ,
I'm ostracised, an outcast-a no- about a million and a halt. Here, American coast on his last voyaju, "Seymour Dane is In the PostGraduate
body, tee heel! There Is always a way to meetan too, on the southern shore of the he was overtaken by a storm. Hospital and will be '
It has it's compeniatlon. I can be emergency and the big concerns famed Lake Managua, about 200 Finding safety: In an unknown operated on' by Dr. Eckman."
myself-Just me. with their millions and research feet above sea level, is Managua harbor, so great was his relief -"On Saturday night was held
staffs, usually: find the- an the capital city. that he called the Jutting point jf the official town caucus called by j
Let's Work Together for swer. The General Electric'c new I Almost completely destroyed by: land "Graclas a Dies," (ThanksBe mayor and council. B. H. Edwards -'
black-out street lamp Is Invisible to God). So the northeastern
earthquake and fir in 1931 the declared the
Victory was nominee
to air pilots but gives a light about
I city has risen again more mod- corner of Nicaragua got its name. for Mrs. Wm. Myers '
I By Francis J. Brady equal to starlight and permits objects ; mayor. was .
Give us those guns and help us I to be distinguishable at a'' ern but fully as beautiful as of Conquest did not follow closeon the nominee for clerk and L. F. '
win, I distance of thirty feet. old The larger eastern section the heels of discovery, however Chapman for re-election for marshaL -',
We'll stop the Huns and take Ber of the triangle is for the most part It was not until after Bal The nominations for coun. .,
Un.Keep. I Some mountainous. Most of the large boa discovered the Pacific and cil resulted in the selection 01.j
one aptly remarks thatgathering .
at your work send out those coloring matter from rivers emptying into the Atlantic claimed It all in the name of the J. M. Kiln,, Mrs. M. H. Schweltzer j
tanks, postage stamps is about on a rise in the central Cordillera region. Spanish king that there was begun M. H Poacher J. F. Rohrer, '
They'll wish they never saw us 1 with collecting milk from ant par*' The Rio Grande de Matagal- a period of conquest and A. W. Jones, J. W. Edwards and '
Yanks. cows. Oh, yes, they hove them, pa flows eastward through a large Spanish rule, to last for three W. E. Myers. . .." (Florida City),
in the mountains, and in its three centuries
beyond
Keep your heads up you do your but thehl! gap years f
bit valleys: are most of the cattle Movements toward Independencethere Feb. n, 1922
And keep Mils Liberty's torch lit A recent Issue of Nature ranches of the country. were, but the country's development "Bryan Ketchel and Miss
Let Hitler beware the Yanks are Magazine'carried a story by'Wei- Lying placidly between mountains into a free nation was Kate Lee were married Monday j
there. don F. Heald who says: that at and coasts are the two delayed by attempts of various; morning at Palm Beach. Miss Lee]
We'll stop this war and peace declare least four times In its development fresh water lakes for which Nicaragua -I foreign powers to administer the' is W.: F. Fennlngton's slster-in I
has the earth been coveredby Is famous. Into them emp- affairs of the Nicaraguans. At law ,
glaciers, or icebergs, of moreor ty the mountain streams of thewestern last, rid of foreign interference, "Miss Mary: Lake from Me
So act that your principle of less lengthy: duration; that today slopes. The smaller of Nicaragua was to enjoy a periodof phis. Tenn.. Is visiting Mrs. R. H.]
action would bear to be made a : there are six million square these is Lake Managua, 38 miles I tranqulllty: which has been Fitzpatrick." ,
law for the whole world.-Kant. miles of this chilly covering, or long and 10 to 16 miles.In width. marked by a steady: advance in -"Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Sauer, on j
--- less than one-half, he says, thatIt The other Lake Nicaragua is an the political and economic life of Palm avenue,, gave a little party jon
'J had 23,000! years ago. elliptical body of. water .0 miles I the nation. Saturday evening. Those prerj
Children in CourtBy long and 39 miles at Its widestIt In the world-market of today I I lent were: Mrs. Minnie Leach Mitt J
Is' about 130 feet above lea Nicaragua can offer gold, coffee,I I Ruby: Leach of MianuV Dr. and)
1" Judge Mafeelm Hatfieldw 'FARl\1: BUREAUContinued level and has always been an important bananas lumber, cotton, live stock Mrs. S. S. Shields and Stuart,

r- factor in the transportation hides, and sugar. To supply its, Shields. . ," (Florida City: )
ONE PROBLEM AT A TIME ( from Page One) of the country. Davila, the own needs the country: requires -" >11'10 Florence Rives, teacher ,.
Communities which are deeply Fruit Growers at Kendall and a first Spanish conqueror, called it from other nations, cotton goods, in the primary department of the '
interested In preventing children member of the executive committee "Freshwater Sea. From Lake machinery, tools,' Iron and steel Florida City school was taken ill *
from becoming delinquent find of the Florida Farm ,Bureau Nicaragua on its way to the Atlantic products, .oil, chemicals, drugs, Friday. Mrs. Carter of Home
h that better results can be achieved Federation. Mr. Line explained! flows the San Juan River. automobiles and trucks. stead is supplying." (Florida City)'
if each of its Is solved ['the Notional -
M problems : basic principles of the ----------
t in proper turn. The attempt to I Farm Bureau organization I GROWERSContinued :and Coach Gossman were the faculty IIE'1tfAIL BOX
cope with several Issues at the I In which some 800,000 American : members making the trip.Followln .
same time disastrous.The farmers and their families '. "' ....
may prove I are en. Is the box score of
sponsor of a delinquency I rolled. He pointed out that the ( from Page One) 'the championship game with St. SUPPORT CANNON
t prevention program must first determine farmers of the nation as never Class A tournament held at Tampaat Leo:
if they will direct their before must disregard their the same time the Class Btourney I ST. LEO Editor Leader-Enterprise: '
heavy artillery against organized rugged individualistic tendencies was in progress; so Dade g f pf tp Those Attending the fourth j
t or disorganized crime, If they: Other speakers were L. L. County: schools came home with Latto f 2118 congressional district contemn|
decide to first make the public Stuckey a vegetable grower of both championships. Radel, f 0010 and dedication services at thsjj
I conscious of the existence of organized Pahokee, also a director of the i Redland High School's Diamondbacks Keegan, f 0000 new Townsend hall of Townsend!
crime, it Is well to emphasize state organization and chairmanof who went to the state Livingston, f 5 1 2 11 Beach!
Club No. 3 of West Palm
I the fact that systematizedcrime its vegetable commodity tournament as runner-up team In E. H's'n, c 1 343
cannot exist without the 'mittee; and Geo. I. the district competition, were defeated Ahern, e 0 000 on Saturday March 14, were the]
!il i protection of prosecuting attorneys 1 New Smyrna: Beach, a com-I 40-73! In the quarter-finals M'D'h, g I 143 Homestead Club president, S. IV

sheriffs, mayors; and ward I II'grower and president of I by Chumuckla High, which won Park g 1 224 Matthews, Mrs. Matthews, Gordon j
politicians. I Farm Bureau Federation, who I the Class B championship last W.Ha'ng 0020 McDonald and the club secreR
N An Important contributing fats |I discussed fully the details of the I,year. a - - terry, J. D. Wysong
tor to the prevalence of juvenile!|! Interwoven state Homestead, winner of the Eighth Totals 10 8 18 28 By: Toll call vote the district*
.\ crime Is found in the indifferenceof tional jet-up fn'e farm a'I I High School District tournament, council unanimously voted to sup-S

the public. It Is of little ,use I I ,The non-sectarian, nonpoliticaland was i seeded second In the state I HOMESTEAD port the candidacy of A. Pat Cam*
to formulate methods of curing non-commercial of the tournament.
aspects g f Pf tp nan< and for conreaamalat large,j
Juvenile criminals if public cooperation farm bureau organization were The Growers defeated Tarpon Forte.f 2116 the Hon.; Lex Green These twO
cannot be gained. 1 emphasized. by: all the speakers. Springs, 48-23. Thursday: night Lett, f 1 '8 110DelUner congressmen have supported the
Therefore; if any delinquency: When Chairman Cooper called and Mulberry, 48-38, Friday.In : c 3 137 Townsend Plan in congress this J
prevention, group expect to accomplish for the reaction of the meeting the semi-finals Friday night,' Robinson, g a 1 311 past session to the full extent of '
lasting results it should talks In favor of forming the Jay High School rent down before Ballaro, g 0 1 1 1 their power; therefore those who <
not fall to take the public into its I I county unit of the farm bureau the Growers 30-28. Due to Bowen, g .010, 1 0 do support the movement <.la :
confidence. Once the public be- federation were made by County an electrical storm, all lights were - - Washington will be supported bfl .
comes Interested it Is less diffi- Agent C. H. Steflanl, Geo. Wait, out for an hour and a half preceding Totals 11 12 11 34 the movement at home. I
'cult to break the alliance between secretary of the Miami Production the game and for'a half- Score at halt: Homestead 18, St j. a wysON'Q
the uaderwerld and corrupt governmental Credit Assn, L L. Chandler, hour between halves. Leo 12. Homestead. March 16. 1M2.
officials.Newspapers president of Goulds Growers, Inc. The Homestead team while at -::
which stir up controversies and Dr. DuPuls, a leading Dade Mount Dora stayed at the Mount
en the subject of crime County dairyman. Following arising Plymouth; Hotel, where a private
arouse Interest In criminal activi 1' vote in favor: of immediate swimming pool badminton courts,
ties. Little can be accomplished organization, M men came for shuffleboard courts) and a golf
If the press .quotes certain overenthusiastic -' ward to sign as members and to course were available to the FUNERAL
citizens who refer to pay: the annual duet for themselves boys. Coach Cowman was com.pllmented ERS,
local law enforcement officials as and their families These on the good manner
scalawags" and "scoundrels". members then adopted the charter and behavior of the team by: the Hom
Since a crime prevention program and by-law for the orflamlzation hotel management and tournament j
necessarily 'requt.... the coordination -' and proceeded to elect a board of officials.
of numerous achievements,. directors Players making the trip were: .24.1 lour Ambulance Service I
here will always be I conflict Mr. Line was appointed chair Flemoy: Lett Billy Forte Matt
between different Interests. Newspapers man of a membership committee Ballaro Lanier Whitehead Steve LADE ATTENDANT )
should not exploit the controversies which Is to conduct an active Biondo, Arnold .Mcllwaln, D. L '
Phone Fla.
Homestead
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which take place be- drive throughout the entire county. Bowen, Ralph Delllnger and ,
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moved Saturday to the SUverman .' *' ,
, apartments on Eighth street SERVI"CE

and Around OU'R BOYS IN rl

In : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flynn of ..
: Miami were Tuesday guest of .... --=:=--. .
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sttling. -

HomesteadMiss Elmer Martin Now CadetIn same old grind again, up at 4:30: ,

I Mr. and Mrs. C E. Pearce and U. S. Naval Air Corps chow, barracks: cleaning shower,
family moved (Wednesday from shave, shoe shin and drill from
the Palms hotel to the Collier t till 10:30.: We then eat and go
made
Unusual is being
progress .
1 clock. .
to gun practice at
cottage Eighth street.
Marjorie Mosef and Miss Among those who were award on by Elmer Martin, now a cadet In I made a perfect score of 400 In
Lorean Cunningham student at ed Florida teaching certificates the U. S. naval flying force at rifle range 30.cal . ,"
Florida Southern College, spent recently was Mrs. Dorothy Bos- L. C. Smith moved to Homestead Norfolk, according to word received -
Tuesday and Wednesday with tain Gowdy of Homestead. this week.J. by his parents, Mr. and Robert Gauxena who it now a 5
Miss Moser's parent, Mr. and Mr*. J. T. Martin of Homestead. staff sergeant In the U. S Marines
Mrs. Ivan Moser. Both girls are JAMES ARCHES SMITH .. Collier left Tuesday for Hugo, Following are excerpt from a has been transferred from Opa {:
members of the college glee club HOSPITAL Okla, after a visit with his letter Mthlch he wrote to his Lock to Cherry Point N. C Mrs.
that sang In Miami this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Underwoodof brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and mother on March 12: Oatuens Is in Homestead with
Naranja announce the birth of Mrs. B. F. Collier. "In the past two week aU 1 Mr. Qauxens' parents, Mr and
Mrs. Will Webb who bas been a seven-pound son, Robert Harold, have been doing 1 II working, takIng Mrs. J. E. Oauzent.
In the James Archer Smith Hospital tests, marching and wishing
visiting her ion and daughter-ln- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stalling
clothes. The test that we have Radtd'h.1 !
law Mr. and Mrs. John Andrew Friday. and sons of Miami visited relatives William been transferred -
taken were given to 1,500 men.
Webb, returned to her home In and friends here Sunday. from the navy air station ,
Mrs. J. F. McKinney Is patient i Out of the 1,500. 1 was 47 from Orleans.
Fort Fierce Sunday. Mrs. Andrew a in) Opa-L< Domlngu of Fort Pierce, Mrs. In the hospital. the top mark. My average was: Mrs. Radford, the former Miss '
Homestead Girl Scouts
98.2. There were 400 questions
Will Webb's daughter, spent the i Louise Barnes, has returned to i
week-end here and returned with Danny Williams, son of Mr. and By Barbara Miller Out of the 2,500 men there were visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. f
her mother. Mrs. L. Williams of Homestead, 60 of the top ranking men taken B. Barnes, in Homestead. S
T to take intelligence test, and
was taken to the hospital Tues an '
day for treatment. Our troop was 100% in owning of this test there were 25'thaI Earl Field has been transferred
Mrs. Chas. W. Camp had as I made 100%. Then the
defense bonds or stamps. Roll passed. from Opa-Locka to New York. \
guests from Tuesday until Satur- was called also for the victory 25 men that pasted had to takea
day Mr.:and Mrs. P. A. McCuUom book drive. stiff physical examination.From I
of Ames, Iowa. FLORIDA CITY Each girls is to bring plan and the 25 that took the exam BIDS WANTED
By Warrene Severy menus for well balanced meal at there were only IS that passed. Bids for labor to build lat-
Walter D. Friend arrived last our Easter camp. The less uten- "We were told that for the first Network In tae Rrdland DIs-
.
week from Winslow, Ariz., to sils needed to prepare the meals time In the history of the navy trlct .Chamber ,of .Commerce '
spend a month with his wife on J. F. Gammon has succeeded the better. they were giving the ehllsted men building will be received bjr the
their grove In Redland.Mr. V. D. Wells In the Florida City Mrs. Skill explained and demon- a chance to become an officer or Junior Uomaa'a Club of Home "
branch of the Florida Power strated flag signalling. Everyonetook better known as I gold braid. . stead en or before Monday
and Mrs. A. I. Diehl left and Light Company. Mr. Wells a turn and did some letter The 15 had a chance to go to noon Mar. SI. Prospective bidden -
Wednesday Jor Alliance, Ohio has been transferred to Miami, for the group to figure out. Annapolis Naval Academy or to should see or communicate
where Mr. Diehl will farm this and he and Mrs. Wells will move A quiz of national folk dances become an officer or ensign In at once with Mr*. Awuatua
summer. They will return next there Saturday. was given. We played a Kentucky : the air corps. My choice as you Wynn, chairman of building
;+ September. Mrs. Diehl was formerly mountain folk dance. can guess is to fly. I am now a committee. Junior Woman's
:J. Miss Helen Bradley. Mrs. C A. Rhodes and Mrs. P. Mrs. Skill thanked the group cadet In the U. S. naval flying Club of Homestead, Homnalead.
A. Bowman of Miami were Tues- for the lovely flowers and cards forces. Florida.
1'', Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson day guests of Mrs E. J. Rhodes. which were sent to her when she "Night before last the officers
:. who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes spent the weekendin was ilLThe of our base, our C. P. O.'s and 10 r
.",. Mrs. C. T. Anderson in Naranjaleft Miami with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. last meeting was postponed flyers gave a big banquet in out 1
last week for their home in Rhodes. because of the death of Mr. Julian honor. . .
Oconee, Ga. Webster. "Today we are back on the
Mr. and Mrs. R. Cockerel Our eleventh birthday will be ,
Mr. and Mrs.. W. K. Haas have moved Wednesday to Matecumbe celebrated at court of award in -
as a guest for several weeks Mrs. where Mr. Cockerell is employed.
LOTS HOMES
LANDS CITY -
TRUCK -
LANDS -
May.Mrs. GROVE -
Albert E. Underwood of Minonk,I McGarrah will be an as-
EL Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Richardson sistant leader and her daughter, Price Were Never S* Lew-Plenty of Good Valise < :
I Worcester, Mass. who have Joyce, will be a welcome ammo
Mrs. R. R. Boyer of Miami spent 'been spending the winter inBradenton ber. II. 'A. CAMERON
last week visiting Dr. and Mrs.,
arrived Thursday fora We missed Mrs. Anderson and
Frank Hausman. week's stay with Mrs. Charles Marion and Betty Byrum who REAL ESTATE
Clinton. were absent because of illness,
Mrs Vernon E. Beecham of Margaret Barnes served ice HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Homestead and infant son, Henry Mrs. W. E. Myers spent Thurs- cream for refreshments.
Zugenewho was born March 10 day visiting her daughter, Miss Opposite Odd Fellow's Building
in the Kendall hospital, were Bonnie Myers of Miami. Bonds buy bombs, stamp buy KetaMtebed 1KI
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brought home Tuesday. Mrs. bullets Buy U. S. defense bondsor J
Beecham if the former Miss Merle Miss Mary Becker of Miami stamps every pay dayl
Jenkins. visited her mother, Mrs. Charles

Becker, on Sunday.
Miss Alice Brady of Fort Lau-
derdale visited in Homestead over Mrs. W. W. Severy is confinedto
the weekend.Mrs. her home with a badly sprained
ankle mused by a fall Friday.
W. U. Wells of Ashford 4A
Ala., and her ion, Webb Wells, Johnny Becker returned Fridayfor
are visiting Mrs. Wells' brothersand a week's stay in Tavernier.
sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.I
Frank Webb and Mr. and Mrs. Cpl. Richard Mattson of Mae-
Bevo Webb and her brother-in- Dill Field spent the week-end
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. visiting his brotherInlawnd
N. Fain. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny

Becker.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lawson of Columbus -

0., are visiting Mrs L w- and Mrs. Joe Slough and
son's father L. L. Thompson, her daughter Billie Dunn, Mr. and ,
aunt, Mrs. O. L. Showalter, and Mrs. D. McGee and Mr. and Mrs.
her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Paul Carter of Rock Harbor
McKinney and Mrs. Donald Gra-

ham.. I. .i
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Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Morton of
New York City and Mrs. Jules EXPERT
Abraham of Coral Cables spent
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Byrum. BARBERING

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GLASSES'T Barest _..._ r Me
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Awake, Slut Facial_ 5a MeMaslaeM j 'IPOWEI i i'a

Facial hell __ 1SocbIaaUoa s

FaeIal- The amphibian trartor-*atartibf product wit merg-MjM providing power, foe tank i
Toni: U Amertaaa fnduetsiat fcmenulty-delhwr* and plane plant, shipyards and arssaal ,
Trim _._ 110 wtMarf power whew It wffl 4*the most good. alraoat anywhere eve sight .'
O..od..w ..d hueee.a he "a.
,h.M ..e ae beahIel, ilasw.he The electri network-another example of The careful, planed production tt etetrl
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will aontlmie we pledge it .ua. E
re lt.1p,4 I tttew.ade Ue.eleiH Industrial r.ovreufulne.e-eonn.eb bnndred power
BUSH'SBarber of operating electric companies sad delhrentlttMt war I* won-onto Am rIe.'* tractor tarn
poses at point of ..... foes dealing deal to planting peaorfid Astd ;

DrvB.F.StcbbinsDr. Shop Boat by die auemeas men wile manage
up
I .L.-W. Stebbins Ae+erka'. electric companies and produce It Florida Power & Light t Co. %.
Han of America1 this eatton-wMe web of
# 1ZSI W. Flatter SI,, ......, i Of, City I lectri line .pas power pi-re4: m viUl yaw fa tile nsrida City ROT CHANDLER, Mgr. '

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TWENTY-FIVE CLASSES OF HOME WORK HOMESTEAD: P. T. A. HEARS ; MISS ALMA JANE LINDGREN IS WEDDED
ABOUT BOND ISSUES
. ; JUDGED AT PRINCETON CLUB'S EXHIBIT I Plans for the bond 'Issue to provide i i TO LIEUT. FRANCIS X. SWARTZENBEK
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heating for the Homestead
Articles In twenty-five different Mrs. L C. Smith received first schools and a new auditoriumI Mist, Alma Jane Undgren, accessories and I corsage of gar
classifications were displayed by.I for home grown honey and special I were outlined by Wm. J. Geronl- "daughter of'Mr. and Mn Carl J. denias. Lieut Clinton Schoolmaster *
handicraft and third for 'mo, chairman of the. Tocal board of the army air corps was
members of the Princeton Horn Lindgren of Couldn, became the
Christmas gift Idea. She received ,of trustees at. meeting of best man.
Demonstration Club at the exhibit! also mention for crystallized I bride of Lieut Francis X. Swartz-
special ,
'I the Homestead P. T. A. Wednesday -I The bride, a graduate of Red-
leld at an nil-day meeting Friday fruit and home-made Soapy I I afternoon In the school audi- enbek, son of Mr. and Mri. Eugene land High School and a student

at;I the home of Mrs R. L. Scottin I Mrs. P. S. Stapleton won second I II torium. W. R. Bird, another Carl Swartzenbek of Nutley, N. J., at the University of Miami, wag
Goulds I IU'hre i prize for Christmas gift Idea, special school trustee, told what the In St. Andrews Church In Tampa the 1941 queen of clubs at the
>' members Mrs. Sam I handicraft and thrift dresses, I benefits would mean to the school on March 8. university where she was a member -
Murphy, Mrs Roy Wittenwyler I and third for canned meat. j! Mrs. M. 1". White, president pre- The bride wore teasprajr crepe of the Chi Omega sorority
and Mon Jean Coldren, each received i Mrs. Walter Peterson won first 'sided. with coral redingote, white accessories The bridegroom attended Lafayette
four first prizes, one second for Christmas gift Idea and second Mrs. Jack Polk Mn. Green and corsage of white or- College and Rutgers Uni-
prize' and one third prize. I tor tooled painted met r pic-I Rives and Principal B. M. Hind- .. Mist Martha Gifford of versity before he attended the
Mrs Muiphy received first ture and wooden tray.tor'a man were elected to serve as a Miami maid of honor wore a University of 'Miami from whichhe
t prizes (or homegrownegetables,), W. W. Bethel' won first nominating committee. rose beige gabardine suit brown was graduated.
cut" flowers, dress for girl under I and second for rolls. I I Attendance awards.wer won by'
,10, yeari. of age and wooden tray,I! Mrs. Russell Hamms won second Mn. Edna Thurman's room In the I B. p. w. c. INVITES South Dude Red Cross sewing unit
second far jur of vegetables; and!; for knitted sweater and third,I grammar school and Mrs. J. R. I1IALEAII CLUB of which the club Is sponsor.A .
.third (or special handicraft for tooled painted picture. Rutland's room In the high school.J The Homestead B. P. W C. nominating committee composed
Mi, Wittenwyler won first j] Mrs. Ben Bitting won first for -"-'"'..WW voted Monday f>i.,ht to Invite the of Mrs. E. A. Froscher, Mrs.
I for n J jar of fruit, a three- I Aileah-- P "V. C. members toa J. E. Gauzens and Mrs.: Virgil
rolls.Miss The Calendar
,Jar contest and marmalade and, Murphy of the home demonstration pot-i' er April 20 at Lyon was elected.
I ,. second for a Jar of meat;I office In Miami judged .........._........._.._W. Avoesif '., home of Mr*. Present were: Mrs. Mae Mores
and und, for a Jar of vegetables the exhibits. All first prize exhibits I 1. Mar. 20( -Local exhibit of Herbert t The meeting was ris, Mrs. Green Rives, Mrs. Chns.
Mi Toldren won first prize, will be displayed on county Homestead Home DemonstrationClub. held on the po.h of tho Seminole Clinton, Mn Roy Chandler, Mrs
for ui t i us cake tropical pie cotton achievement day In Miami during Trading! Poet, and Mm Cilia Ben Archer Mrs. Katz, Mrs. Lyon
4 dre) unl knitted sweater; and I April. I| Mar. 20-Westing ot Ad Astra Stewart of the Trading Post, program land Mrs. Stewart.
t'., ori ,nd third prizes for cook-i A committee to make a club tag I|I Chapter of O. E. S. honoring district coordination chairman, gave I
I for the county achievement daywas officers a quip! on air raid
precautions. ,I *
U. S.
I Buy defense bonds and
M" Ray Srlmclder wins first1p appointed by the president, Mnr. 23-Meeting of Monday ,
1'' Fi,11 meetings It wns decided stamps. tho I. 0 U of the red,
j i "' cookies thrift dress ,and Mn Bcthea '
On the Tuilc/
committee, Club with Homestead Art
I u ill I b I I'' < H in th inims or Hi white rand blue!
kn:l' : small article; second for an Mrs Peterson, Mrs Schneider Club in Legion hall at 3;30.( I :. = ... _
bf. 'I I Id dress 'tin girl under 10( ,' nnd Mn Ilimms Mrs. Hamms Mar 24-Poetry Week program I I .
tttnri i 1':1' ,I : for roll, I _coorJr""""' '':'' '-' "-"'
i : will have charge of the club stunt of Homestead Woman's Club at
M 1 nil war f rut for mail-1 :,r.I. Schneider told how to buy clubhouse tit 8 o'clock. SATURDAY LAST DAY OF
gold nd tooled pointed metal and to prepare the must economical Mar. 24-Redland Community I
I
plcttlu second for wool coat and!i cuts of meat. Mrs Bcthea readan Church benefit fish fry.
third for wooden tray. I Iprle I article on buying clothing. Mar. 25-Meeting of University
Club at home of Mn. J. R. Rut- REXALL Ic SALE
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BESSIE HELSTROM TO SHOW PAINTINGS i land I
I' Mar. 28-Benefit dinner and
TO ART CLUB AND MONDAY MUSIC CLUB i supper of Ad Astra Chapter of ,
,1.1 Pint
O. E. S.Mar Full Site

'l ''An exhibit of paintings by' the club. Other musical numbers I' 28-Dance In Chamber ol AG -REX COMPOUND 2 for $1.01

Bessie Hebtrom, Miami painterof 'I' will be a piano solo by Mrs Commerce building given by lie Size .... .f 5 Klenso Super Thin .'
flowers, and a talk by the artist Frank Hausman and a vocal solo Homestead Woman's Club. RAZOR BLADES for
will be the feature of the by Mn. T. L. Hodges. Apr. Meeting of Garden 2 20c,
Homestead Art Club meeting In I The meeting will begin! at 3:30: Club. II.SI Bottle ef 1M Size Punted
'Legion hall Monday afternoon o'clock. Hostesses will be Mrs Apr. Meeting of JuniorWoman's VITAMIN A & D TABLETS: : .2 for! _$1.2t
'When Monday Music Club mem- Ben Archer, Mrs. Jesse Gossman, Club. '
....
I Bite Lavender .
ben will be guests. A film on Mr.- Paul Reynolds, Mrs. B. M. Apr. Meeting of Homestead . .
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flower arrangement, also, will be Hindman and Mrs. H. A. Ekberg B. P. W. C. In Red Cross roomsat BATH POWDER : 2 for $1.01

,shown. I The art club members meet to 8 p. m. 3Se She Medford White Vellum
Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg will studio Apr. Meeting of Redland
paint each Friday at the In POUND PAPER for
'sing "Motherhood", the new song Mrs. D. Q. Spellman' home on Neighborhood Club at home of . 2 36c
written by Mary Ferrell Dlckinon N. E. Seventeenth street Anyone Mn. J. A. Rotherham.Mar. fie I os. Else WoodBrlteFURNITURE ,
i who will be a special guest of Interested Is Invited to attend. 27-Al-day meeting of POLISH 2 for 26c
art club in Spellman studio. .
Apr. Installation dinner of 50e I os. Size RenO
I DR. AND MRS. R. ABBONDANDOLO GIVE I Woman's Club of Homestead and GYPSY CREAM . '" 2 tor 51c

GARDEN PARTY AT THEIR REDLAND HOME Junior Woman's Club.O. SOe Bile Hens Cocoanut


Dr. and Mrs. Renzo Abbondan- -Palumbo, all of New York, and Plummer Mrs. Augustus Wynn OIL SHAMPOO v 2 for 51c

'dolo of New York and Redland Mr. and Mn Frank Panno, Mr. and Miss Geraldine Reltz. Door JOo 4 oe. Size Kexall
garden and Mrs. Sam Tomassl, Dr. and prizes were received by Mrs. SHAVING LOTION"r 2 for 31c
gave a party at their Red- Plummer and Miss Reitz.
Mrs Flore, Mr. and Mrs. Todaro, ...
land home Palm Villa, ale I 81u RcxaH .
Sunday Mrs. Gaby 'and daughter, Margaret Others present were: Mn. Olin "
evening. Dr. Abbondandolo, Mn. Sam J. Davis, Mrs Wright; Mn. Roberta Harrison EYELO, With Eye Cup 2 for 51c'
Master of Commercial Science, Maud E. Chandler Miss Elizabeth I Mrs. Robert Glenn Jr.. Mrs. R. E. !lie Slie Fkc. art II Reran .
author and linguist received the Broeker Mrs. Josephine Orlflcl, Sherard. Mr*. T. J. Walker, Mn. SPRING TABS
honorary degree of Doctor of Law F. Orlflcl, F, Panno and Tommy Ansel Barrow and Miss Birdie I 2 for 26c
from Blackstone College of Law Panno. Horne. ISo Stan H _1% Solution with Applicator

in recognition ot his courageous I ;MERCUROCHROME 2 tor 26c
pioneering' In the field of educa
\ tion. In this country and abroad CLUB SELECTS DATE READ THE WANT-ADS 7Se Fun Pint size Furetett' .

he Is considered an authority on FOR SPRING DANCE MINERAL OIL 2 for 76c
market analysis. A date for the second annual
Mo Pack 1M Size Bexall: Little '
'Dr. Fibre sang several songs, spring dance to be given by the '
arias from opera. Mrs. W E. Junior Woman's Club of Homestead 'LIVER PILLS : ', ,. .2 for 26c

Gaby who played hb accom. was st for April 11 at a U* 1 .*. She Protest
panimenb played also several sobs dinner meeting of the club Monday
ZINC STEARATE '' '
and Lila Abbondandolo played bight at the Trading Post \ : -'. <,2, for: 26c.'
two piano solo. Hostesses 'were Mn. James L. ; Me Fan Pint Sin "

Game and surprise were enJoyed Bird, Mrs. Virginia Walton and NO. 6 DISINFECTANT 2 tor 51c
on the lawn and a buffet Miss Pearl Whitaker.. .
luncheon served :> ISo She rkf. W IS-1M Oil ThUmln Chloride '
was there. High in
score prizes rummy
The guest Included Mr. and VITAMIN Bl TABLETS -. tor'
: were won by Mrs. E. A. Buchanan 2 26cMe
Mrs. Cisuno, Mr. and Mrs. Vito ,. Mrs. Stuart Hall. Mn. Burley Sbe CMeafe Swirl Laid _
I Orllta, Mr. and Mrs. Vbcontl Dendy and Mb Margaret Al .
STATIONERY :
Mr'l .biIno--of uquIIItaIooelsnMI. 2 for 51c
and Mrs. Sadaro, Mrs. Mary bright. Low score.prize winners .. '
Mrs. Abbott and Mr. and were tin. W. W. Allan, Mrs. r'l beotsria weduod010 ::"CaoI. ,lie large Size Kexall with Tweeter .,k '

I saps oossfcslobleI TOOTHACHE DROPS 2 ,for 26c

I JaIl toas ITe 4 ... aloe Protest

BORIC ACID POWDER lqr
Telephone I-MM Established llfl d1tvcmiqub 2 18c
We C er<. Size Poreteat Aromatic

SUTTON JE\VELRY'CO. .... CASCARA EXTRACT' 2 for 51c

....._r-a-I.o w._ I5e. SU Pkc. of Ml ranged

Miami's Oldest Jewelry Store A JZ1s'lATif9 SODA MINT TABLETS 2 for 26c

DJu.ad.W.hJn"elr8Unnran>
SALON

I.... t..C...* AnIVMT4. Jack DIXIE DRUG Reward
IM C. Flatter Street Miami, Florid Also sa..t, O .e Pock JohnsonFt

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March 20.1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Seven >'j 1


- ':'MRS. RVEIILE REINSTALLED -- -


I AUXILIARY Mrs. Ceo. D.PRESIDENT Ruchle wa reinstalled //1 CLASSIFIED ADS u

president of the Woman's
I Social EventsMONDAY -I:
i Auxiliary of the Homestead PrecIbyterlan -
I First insertion 10* line
Church March 12 I In the! RATE: : ; -----1." n
54 )toe
I j 1 church by the pastor, the Rev ,
'
Gee. H. Rick Other officer reInstalled L .-

i| were: vice-president, FOR RENT3ROOMandbath I LOANS i iI
MUSIC CLUB. PROGRAM IS GIVEN i Mrs. C. Ben Plummer, secretary Z

BY STEPHEN FOSTER JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB I Mrs. N. VonGeldren; treasurer: cottage, fur LOANS'TO MODERNIZE,

I I Mrs. Carl F. Robinson; and hl... I REPAIR AND REMODEL :
-- nished. $20 i month to year. '

Memben of the Stephen Foster cal solo "The Star (Rogers), MaryEllen Itorian, Mn. Frank G. Hathaway.Chairmen round couple. No children. 2 I Grove Residential and Business '

Junior Music Club presented a bearing; piano trio, "La- !| Ruehle appointed Paul by Mrs.; mi. north of ba-nk. Krome ave Property are available through '
are: Mrs Haley \
Iota Aragdheca" (Arnold Saft,). R. O. Shore. (pm-20) BROOKER LUMBER CO. INC.
program at the Monday Music Christian social service; Mrs. A. A.
rlo)I. Hilda Clarice and Doris Ada Suggestions:
Club at the home of Mrs Bevo Dodson; flute solo Allegretto I I Payne, synodlcal; Mn. J. A. Ricks, SPECIAL long term rate, J bed- Add extra rooms or pnrthet

home circle; Mn. M. M. Black room electric furnished apartment New roof and other
I repairs
Webb on March 16 when Mn. (Godard), Frank Hauaman; and
home mission assemblies; Mrs. Hot water. S minute to
Ceo. N. WakefIeld two piano solos "Nocturne"Cho Convert garage Into apartment
Mn. C. H.Stettanl. I
I Plummer literature; Mn. T. L, Homestead. Mn. Eva Collins, Convert house Into duplex apt i
pin) and Etude (Shuett) Mabel
,
Mn. A. M. Logan Mn. Ruth Pope. I Hodges. education and ministerial Federal highway and Biscayne MONTHLY PAYMENTS

Lee H. Lehman, Mn. H. Collier Present besides those mentioned -, relief; Mrs. J. M. Holferty for. drive,. Modello. $100 IS mo. repay $308 mo.

and Mn. Webb elgn mission; Mn. Geo. M. JS $3184
were hostesses.Mrs. were: Mn. A. W. Hutchln- $1000 mo.-ffJJa1 mo.
Webb and Mn. Wakefield son, Mrs. H. C. Nichols, Mrs. 'W.I Frick, pastor' aid; and Mrs. JoelJ. FOR SALE $1000, 60 mo.-repay UI n mo.

are the sponsors of the junior club. U. Wells Mrs. Frank Hausman. Robinson next ,meeting publicity.The will. be held LIME, orange, tangelo and kum- $ OOO, 80 mo.-repay $101.S3 mo.

The program consisted of the Mn. Lonnie U Hood, Mrs. W. R. ,
quat trees, all sixes. Mn. Chat SecuredTo
March 19 at the home of Mrs. W. Loan Can Be
following numbers: a poem, "His Bird, Mss. Herman Marks, Mrs i Camp, East Bauer dilve.
and
Modernize
H. Owens In Goulds, it was an Repair
tory of'Muilc" by Annie May- Wm. Musselwhite, Mn Jos. Elder. nounced. ( ) LEASED OR MORTGAGED
mh20-a31)
hew Fitzpatrick; Hilda Dodson; Mn. Sam J. Davis Mn. Lloyd )
Present were: Mrs. A. F. Arthur PROPERTY
piano lOla "Tarantella" (Piei- Deitz, Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg 1MO PONTIAO coupe, A-l condition I'
Mn. H. O.
Cronwall Mrs. Cha
onka). Junior Pope; cl--inet solo, Mrs. T 1.. Hodges, Mn. E. L. Law. with only 3,000 miles on Loans for NEW CONSTRUCTIONof
Behrens. Mrs. Glen Buie, Mn. R.
Joe Reynolds; vocal ?, .o, "Drinkto rence, Mn. Howard Johnson, Mrs new set of tires. (.. J. PArmnn Commercial Buildings! are also a
N. Herman Mn. A. F.
Darling
Me Only With Thine Eyes", Frank Webb Mn. Paul Reynolds (mhZOtf) available on MONTHLY PAY. '
Mrs. R. Y. Burr Mrs Carl F.
Arthur Brandenburg; piano solo I MM. Quln Word, Mn. Ceo. M. MENT PLAN through Brooker ,j
Robinson Mn. Payne Mrs. JoelJ.
"VaUe Brlllante", Anne Rheney;| Frick, Mn. Carl Wagner Mn. C. FRUIT SPRAY machine with tank Lumber Co. j
Robinson Mn. Haley, Mn
Violin solo "Song of Summer'''A., Gray Mrs. E. H. Gallaher Frick Mrs. Ho'lfertv Mn HodgesMrs. I II and motor. Also steel barrels, Wayside Stands, Barns, Case- /

(Brown), Ruth Rutland; piano j I Mn. J. Tom Vann, Mr*. E. Forks Plummer Mn. Hathaway, used cross ties, and 600 sacks line Stations, Utility Bldg., Tourist

solo, "Llebstraume" (Liszt),I Mn. Bruce Langdon, Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Black Mrs nicks Mn. lime. L S. Spencer Navy Yard Cabins Real Estate Office Garage \

Frances Rutland; piano duet Mills, Mn. Flay Watson Mn. B. I Ruehle and Mr. Rick (m20-U) Poultry Buildings, and various \
"Good Night" (Nevin), Ardel I E. Gatlln Miss Bertha Nill Hauimjn other Industrial and commercial I

Parman and Vara Rheney; cornet: Miss Kathleen Wagner Barbara buildings are eligible Inside or'
BAND PATRONS WITCH WOOD. small, paying avocado -
trio, "Sails on a Silvery Sea"Slprm Jean Wakefield, LIlli, Little outside city limite.MONTHLY .
( ) Jack Barnes TO HOLD SALE and orange grove, small :
Hubert Grlelje Terburg and Bob Cham- I PAYMENTS .
The Band Patron Associationwill house. Close in. City water
Smith and Charles Coalman; vo- bliss. $100, U m ,-repay $508 mo.
I hold a rummage sale Saturday and advantages, mall delivery.No .
$1000, 36 mo.-repay $31.94 mOo
In the building adjoining the city taxes. Hollister Sage
$2500, 36 mo.--repay $7985 mo.
I MUSICAL PROGRAM IS PRESENTED I Homestead Grocery Store. Tin City. (pm-20)

AT GLEANERS' MEETING IN CHURCH sale Wa originally scheduled for We also have F. H. A. LOANS

last week. FRUIT SPRAY MACHINE with tor New Homes payable monthly

i! tank and motor, also steel bbl., over 20-25 years
A musical program was presented West, Mn. Gordon Ivey, Mn. S. NINA DYAL ELECTED:
see L. S. Spencer Navy pipe ydfZOtf
at the meeting of the H.. Fitch Mn. Ernest Eby, Mn.'SORORITY RUSH CAPTAIN We furnish Ideas estimates, and
)
(
Gleaners In the First Baptist I D. R. Snyder Mrs. AJec Lanier,I One of the co-eds recently materials

Church Tuesday Arthur Brandenburg Mn. Russell Home. Mn. Horace chosen as a social leader on the 170 ACRES Includes 90 acres po- There Is no obligation In discussing

sang a solo, Mabel Ruth Brown, Mn. Bryant Beam. Mr>.!Stetson University campus Is Nina I, tato land. 50 acres tomato and I your needs with us. Phone

Pope and Mary Frances Rutland IL C. Hurt, Mrs Laban Bishop,Dyal of Homestead who wo bean land, and 40 acres scori or call. We'll gladly explain the

played piano solos, Jimmie Watson I,'Mrs. M. W. Craft. Mn. Jas. Rob-,elected; rush chairman of her fled pine land, only $125 per (service

a cornet solo and .Jack arts, Mrs. Matthews and Mrs. Geo.Gann. |sorority Delta Delta Delta. Miss acre, Federal Land Bank mortgage 'BROOKER( LUMBER CO. ;

Barnes, Hubert Smith and Charles '! Dyal Is a daughter Mr. and of $7,000 at SV41. can be Phone II POX 4lHemeaiead. .

Gossman a cornet trio. Mrs. .W. I- Mn. E. J. Dyal. asnumcd. Also 12 negro houses
-B. Mills played the accom&anl.'menta. .(CIRCLE SURPRISES '-- Fla.
.. INVALID MEMBER j|I Mr*. W. H. Cast was honoredon arid big barn. (mlJ-20) .w

MnEskew Smith gave the welcome her birthday -annversary! with LOSTSPECTACLEa
Memben of the Perie DavY FRUIT STAND with living quart.
dinner at
a given Sunday Tap-a-
to Mrs. Earl
guests, Byrd
I Circle of the W. S. C. S. of the Wlngo Inn. Present were Mr;'and ers, bath and 21 Mi acres good location blond |)'i*.ic
gave'the1 devotional part of theprogram
and Mn. Howard Johnson -I Homestead Methodist Church Mrs. C. R. Singleton, Mrs. Cast $900. frames, lost about Feb. 13,. pos
gave a surprise shower Tuesday and Robert Cast. sibly at Fruit Festival BOIL

announced the program num for Mn. Elms Massey who Is confined I ACRES bearing avocados enclosed 1 A-l 37, Homestead Leader and
bers. Mrs. A. E. Paul read {
wo I to her bed at her home In' with woven wire fonc. Enterprise.

poems. Redland. The shower took t'.el] -0 Nlta eo e 10 acres scarified Jand 2 at'ret'I
Mn Byrd Mn. Orlando Wollam'
,
-
,'place of the regular circla meet- AewalAl plneland no buildings, all for WANTED
and Mn. W. W. Woodson.' a "_
hostesses, served cokies and ing. 1 $5,500-one-half cash required. WANTED to rent. baby bed for

orange juice. Those attending were: Mri Geo.S 30 or 60 days. Mrs. N. P Rob-

Others present were: Mn. S. L. pith, Mr*. T. A. Ferguson IIII'>>. 10 ACRES Includis 6 acres Valencia b'n'! 117 N. W. 3rd st, llonui -

J. W English, Mn. L. C. Dodd 411 oranges and small cottag i stcnd (p- O)
Priced at $2,503. Terms half _
and Miss Helen Livingston.Presbyterians "
GARDEN CLUB MEETS JL cash. 1 TUTOR )WANTED ,nips

AT BLACK HOME f to Hold i school and grade school subject'

Mrs. H. O. Cronwall spoke on Plenty of other Rood values. | "'n. H. J. Armstrong, A fl,

native wild flowers and exhibited 1 1.several > Three Special Serviccj I II. A. CAMERON Plummer ilii lye rind Country

varieties at a meeting oft t ." Phone 73 llamuaMutd. r.... j Cluu Mud
..
the' SouUv Dude Garden Clubiftfondav To prepare'for the Easter sear; at fm27) __ . .

afternoon at VIe home of!son, -Homestead Pmbi-terlan t a-aM wll _nt ...... eeeah..., Mrs lbe
..
I Sri 4." at Anrll A. n. IN' Wnt s-5
Mrs M. M. Black. I|Church plans a'' series of three WHAT AILS TOUT DOCKS windows, screens, secondhand
Mri. IL J. Derbyshire, conservation special services on the general gUvani/cd ah nalc Cul i f t(<.. nt rhto vMloc, lu mill nf .eb.de.
If feel out-of. I ,4 uM CnnH, n a 111. Pa.rth flomt /h.
chairman told et articles -, theme. "A Forward March With you constantly at Eva Collim',lInrTl!! In Modelln o.h, r'au..tr C.o.. liD.... .. ..II data..e .
sort*-and if others are beginning I 1 .. ..
Chrtat. ow sane .-" P.titb..ri MyM
made from at
aharks. Mn.
: noon.
and remark j jfOH beard. 1ft '. ..r by'. '.
to not'ce on It. ____ ___ grew .
Black urged all who own cats to : Dr. Robert Exccll Iry. new pastor I .Thlo moth Amy .r ,..........,. A. n '''
coma to Chiropractic What yov SALE Troplai plume, I'll them :
keep coot ned at mpht since of tho Hollywood Prcsbyk'nan i R MANOUM
need 1* an Adjustment. And only
thatIs tho time when they kill'(Church will begin the series I alas tree and tropical fruit ii 1 HKKDHIOKH C "("' t llirKIII
Chiropractic meet that netd. Sc Jungle Grove, Realism I I II I I N. B. HUNDHK-K
matt bird. I Wednesday night March 25, tt 8 1I'fI1I\IIJ. i r .
many who have benefited by I 'I 1 I lollrll.ir* far PrtHImm
drive.
road Plumroei
Urs. H. J. Brockett spoke on p. m. Dr. Fry was for a numberof and I iFMl. It MM a. I*. t* tau
ChlropracUo Adjustment, testify ----1 I : :
billboards. yean pustof of the historic'(a its bodily aid. Cornel! shop snuff. I 1 I i Nrvrini "P iMTrvTiow To .t KI ..ri

Cake and punch .were,.served 6y ;Presbyterian 'ChU1'of Augusta, Old oily Ollie oil old oily outon. PHT4TIOK foil AlWirTIONIVOTKS ur
the twiltsiieii Mrs. Black and Mrs. Ga. HOURS CHILD
IOn Frank threw Fred three fr,' ; ii'Hin. iiy civ-v' " the u*.
Cronwall I jPresent Thursday night the Rev 1:11 t. 1!) S te 4.J4; 4 to ? throws.-Ex.rw I 1 4rr,5,0.4 will on low find in> gash
: Mn. ElbrUBule : Norma j tats, at I :W cilick .. m M i yrlMinn
were Zul uf,pastor of rwOnrIOn TsexUj9.JO to131: t to I:31 and maple i <,. HSn, ".I. W th W.
Mn J. C. Ely Mrs! AnnieR. Memorial Lutheran Church I Iand Sundays by Appointment TRR rinmrr rniinT or THI HTM T"m-'I ,.ft<. .,' ,... JuHof IH CJ*
Butler Mrs. R. J. Shephard, president of the Miami Mrals-1 I jirmcttbriHti'iT .IN ANn nm PAUF I I..sit Gee' d* Ota CimUi, "'rlrit. or. InU
COUNTY, ru>KinA ,
aaof low
l or 1. J 1 In a rt. I
Mas. Fred Fuchs, Mrs. H. RucgK serial Aitecjatloru, will, ipeak !) Dr. R. J. Elliott NOTICE ::"_r (;mart ; Ih- Clrtkll C:.iri lot u
TO WHOM W .U CONCP.RNtR..Arls4 : ., ,,,.. <"
Mn. W. K. Walton Mr*. Joel J. ; order .10'1.ho 4nr'Ml t tr -*
The series will close Friday; tbft Jabs W. Miimnl seaWalsh ... .
....dor'I1.: .ct Wll.lnm AI . *. R I
Robinson Mn. C. Ben .._. *..<. *., pI .
Plummer ClnROfBAC'JOIL Mara R 11. I Iin ,
night with a sermon by' the Mar III. and In mint >h' Wll.
,Mr*. Chas. Pratt Mrs. W. K. HAl A. R. Batchelor of Orlando. J ReY"j( 'MeCrory Arcade al .,..... nd B,.,motli... /udM JwKrlal*f Oi"C''fll0.Cktult C.wr, i,4| Ilor .I IS.. 04_.... M.rWr. Wklb'. ..<..1 l ,

Mrs. Virgil Lyon Mrs. J. f. bytertan director of religious education These I..WIIOMES'IU. IM..>.C tact. "..,.. .. law the .4.fitlM |) airrTT JU ill 3 WAL'.LHIMIlirnrrrn al

Rohrer. Mrs. R. O. Desmond Mr*. for Florida. ( .>>. tlOKIDASPECIAL ..d beat ItIrh.,,,._. Parbw._ s. >W ul are ckllA, end a Mlnonth. WPII- At..irn,.n for Prllll fU.r .
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... Brncldft Tics Cionwall and Mrs. ,I w ir'r ISTItNTlOV TO Arrt'lTTH
Black. I ; IT IOIIT FOR A+I
I ORDER TUOR'ZINO THE ADOF-
Took" vr ANN BAIIIIAIII 41BB..
ROSE: CrSIIM AVAILABLE A MINOR

AT' VOCATIONAL Aa D8PT.A .,:' 27 In.. x 4.4 in. ,FELT PUGSBrown ONLY -Nonce.nl".'d,u nmlimu urituiv (tivm ml rllboM WKI eil i4Itaito ..

shipment rose btnha rreelved MONUCY } I'-ranW. Stitr oW Hart**. tmrnm line
j! Clue Greet : / will emir I >>
the of
by department vo-| *-* JUNGLE lilt. M *,11I1 .. a.? Or ISO pawn U MlfkM
rational agriculture ebuirtinint| \ 11U THL U.S. UM aa" t* ........ I" Mae .f the

ef Homestead High School will bt $1.00 eachSmithGraves Ivlrm Dade Owl.> that, far Oi.'aa
told to the public at a very noml- i paw Pbataa'. aWAt.J. ....HMW1 *t AM P..*.... Route. ,i .

Mal prick, announce Go!*. N. Furniture Co. .. is /1 1n 0.4ISO .ifcNir. fey tM M4.rfcn.4. Uw
cuss ewd IS .f v*. r VIENT mirr M.
WakcficM. head of the! djpnrtinent ] I'r. ra, .a MIsae > rvw.ru o MMITK,
The rose bushes may! be V rxHlMMfcloflcrn
Homestead nnnujf.Altnrarf .
Phsnt 2!S-J U
obtained al the vocational agriculture : the PMltlniwtl.M .

building at tba school ,' I ,..., 1e. M tt *>*.. t. M. -'NIl

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Pan Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISEFriday, March 20, 1942 .


Twenty-two agencies participate Lions art being arranged. Mem- .Y

DRAFTContinued In the chest and they can render J HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS ben are expected to.make model

more valuable assistance over the airplane for use in defense.

( from Page One) entire county when they receive All girls', physical education
letter T precedes each number. support from the entice county Homestead High Band the muscles an given strenuous classes are receiving training la
concluded Gold. exercisewhich makes them first aid. Teacher also belong to "
Serial No. T-I was assigned to J. To Present Program and easier to control. .i
R. Brooks of Homestead The effect of the war on small stronger a first aid group. .
president Last the first
was year
of Brooks, Inn business WM the subject Jot a Homestead High School Band year The 4-H Club under Miss Ben-
It became
that the girls had track and -
The first number drawn from talk by Walter Weiss Homestead will present the following variety a favorite with all the ten's directions It making a special ."
the big fold fish bowl in Washington buslneaman and club member. program March 20 at I p. m. In closes It waa something different study of food and clothing .
on Tuesday will be ... "Every' bulness and industry i* the Neva King Cooper auditorium: and really required -tome for defense. This club i* affiliated '

lined to the man holding Serial affected by condition which 'Marine' March.._........ChenetU hard work. Diamondball has always with the national organization.The .
No. T-l the second order number paw| come about to gearing plant "Lyceum Overture"Taylor"Novelette" been popular with the girls. sale of defense bonds and

drawn foe to the man having for war production said Weiss. (trombone The junior classes are really stamps i* a major project ot each .-
Serial No. "Much as wt dislike It rationing ___ ___MartinHilda
solo)
T-2 and 10 on. of manufactured enjoying badminton because it home room. Both students and N':
articles
However because man gets seems Dodson, trombone teachers art vitally Interested la '
much
can be a lot of fun without
to be the best to that
the first number drawn from the way see such Frances Rutland, accompanist skill. Learning to keep score has having a part In this work.
gold fish bowl does not mean that goods are put to the best possibleuse Concertino Rldlcolo-.Vltello proved to be about the hardest
he II to be the la conducting the war. Paul soloist
lint man Inductedin Rue
part. Some of the students are ELEMENTARY NEWS
the service. The flnt number "Whether or not any business Vocal aolo___.____.._.._Selected
survives these condition depend turning out to be regular Robin Billy Mizell I* a new pupil In
drawn from Ellen
the gold fish bowl Mary Dearing"Who's
largely on the Individual initiative Hoods with the bow. This sport Miss Jackson's room. Judy Mc- .
might be 3,133. This order num- Afraid of the Big :.
used Jn 1* helping a lot of postures as well Garrah Is absent from schoolwhile -
ber would be assigned to the holder making adjustments to Bad Wolf___._Churchill :,
as lot of fun. ;
providing a
meet them. her tonsils are being re
of Serial Vocal Florence Nelson
No. T-l but it wouldmean refrain -
Roger Glenn of Homestead These sports are open for the moved. Shirley Mayfield is being
that he would be the last High Hilda Dodson Harry .: ,
girls after school almost every
School and Walter Kufeldt of transferred to the Marathon
in thU Don Done
man draft board jurisdiction Bishop
to be summoned for aerv Redland High, School attended the: "Village Chapel" (cornet day. Quite a few era participatingIn school The children have a turtle '; ,

ice. Likewise. the holder of Serial tint of four meeting a* cubs-of- solo __....___,_--Rabble I this extra time but there is which they art studying In ft'
ihe-month. They art the second room for many more. their science lessons. Also science
:
No. 3,133 might get Order No. 1 Jimmy Watson (third grade) .y.
boys to be selected for this honor. booklets are being made about r.
and be the first man called. Music's Part In Winning War" .' t
R. R. Klnard. Harold Kendall Clarice Dodaon High School Is Busy animal ;

and Don Talbott were appointedto "Sails on Silvery Sea"...__.Storm At Defense Activities Mrs. Edwards' student art ..
FREIGHTRATES arrange for the Lions carnival Hubert Smith Jack Barnes, making picture Illustrating the I "
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to be held In April to raise funds Charles Gammon Homestead schools are giving Mother Goose rhyme .

(Continued from Page One) for the various activities of the Etude r.tnt George Lease and Marlon Mayfield -
special training to all students In
tually would be Increased by only club.Announcement I Frank Rice two pupil of Miss Ray's: t P
$7.M-effecting a saving of $18.48 was made of theclub's "Sally TromboDe'\--FUlmore I.regard' to air raid drills. Each I room. are leaving-George to New

per car Similarly, a carload of meeting with the Homestead Allegretto (flute )_Godard room has made particular prepa- York, and Marion to Marathon. '
Rotary Club next Tuesday : The student made a Dutch bor-
vegetables on which the shipping Frank Hausman"Olympla ration for this purpose. All possible
charge had been $250 would night in Legion hall at 7:30 o'clock. .Ova1ure"Zamecn1kStudent precautions are being der In connection with the studyof
have beenincreased by $25 under Director Charles Holland. In ttht room's post :
|tressed for use in case of emer- office last week $4.00 worth of
the proposed 10 per cent hike but Steffanl
will be Increased by only $'1.50 ROTESContinued 'Drummer's. DtlIlbt"-Edward. gency. defense stamps were told. .'J
under the three per cent increase Charles Steffant Several projects related to defense The girls of Mn. Thurman'
allowed-which mean a "National Emblem March"BagIey work are being sponsored by room art going to be queens in the
saving of $1750 on each car of ( from Page One) National Anthem Key various departments. The voca- operetta that the elementary
vegetables. fords protection to the business tional agriculturedepartment un- school Is planning to give. Char-

The fight against the proposed house and Individual against SCIENCE NEWS der Mr. Wakefleld'i leadership is lotte Greer Is a new pupil who

Increase was made by the Grower fraudulent and promiscuous charity Mrs. Field substituted for Mr. sponsoring classes in mechanic, came from Redland.
and Shippers League of Flori solicitor since all recognized Hester last week. Mr. Hester metal work, and welding. Also, Ruby Mae Orman. one of the

da with Mr. Chandler appearingfor worthy charities are provided for went with the basketball team to gardens for defense' are being pupils In Mn. Sager's room I*
in the chest. Another point made stressed. leaving for Texas.
the vegetable Industry, Walton Mt. Dora for the state basketball
Rex member of the Florida Citrus was that these organization art tournament. The home economics department Shirley Greer from Redland I*

Commission, representing the all listed on the back of the con- Mr. Wakefleld and Mr. Hester la giving particular attention to a new pupil in Mn. Cooper"

citrus Industry, John A. O'Rourke, tributor's pledge card and If for art exchanging classes to study of foods and clothing as room. The children are beginningthe
secretary-manager of the league, any reason he does not wish his next week. Mr. Wakefleld starting will related to defense work. Foods study of Holland, and a sand

testifying as traffic and rate witness money to be used for the supportof teach the eighth grade girls for victory is the special) proJ- table is to be set up. Six persons -
and the league' attorney, one or more of these organizations while Mr. Hester teaches gardening ect of seventh and eighth grades, art back In school now after.
J. R. Wells conducting the I he may draw a line through while the advanced classes are being absent for a long time. ,
came
the boys studies
,.such name or name and his dealing with elec featuring studies in clothing for The children of Mrs. Bird1 s,
I '
wishes will be respected in the tricity. defense and grooming for morale. room are working on kite for the '
4-A BOTTLENECKContinued ,budgeting of the money that he I The ninth grade science class I.I la fha manual training depart thrilling kite contest that will ,
studying the fundamentals of ..IeeI
contribute I :- ment la sponsoring a class In soon be held.Claudette .

( Page One) Mn. Jacobs announced that the tricity. bomber mechanics. Entrants are Mayfield of Mra.1 a

rills makes It certain that no Rotarians would be assigned the I limited to those who have already mosses room has moved to Mar-
action will b4t taken on reroutIng City of Homestead and Florida GIRLS ENJOY BADMINTONBy been working on model airplanes athon. The boys are proud to ,

the highway this year and although City as their territory to canvass I Athley Kemp for government use announce that they won after !
state road officials declined as the Lion Club had volunteeredto !. Badminton, archery, and deck A knitting club managed by playing the sixth grade girl a '

to commit themselves, Mr. take the rural districts. tennis are still holding the spotlight Mrs. Becker meets each Wednesday good game of baseball.

Carson gathered It was not very She announced captains from this week. Diamondball during activity period.A A Dutch border of little Dutch ,
probable that the cut-off wouldbe the Rotary club as follows: Lee tumbling, and track will fill the model airplane club, sponsored girl wearing blue dresses whitecaps i

constructed next year. H. Lehman Wainwright Ernst twelve weeks. remaining. by Mr. Blackburn: also and wooden shoes encirclesthe ,
At present the highway meets Ben Archer, Stanley Wittkop and Tumbling is an excellent sport meets during activity period. This blackboard In Mrs. Wynn'* i

a bottle-neck at the intersection Dr. E. M. Andesen. for securing physical fitness. All group is so large that two sec room. '(

of Flagler and Krome avenues, I .
and the state road department I.

known to have surveyed a route
that would divert Florida Keys
-
bound traffic from Hauler a short
distance north of the municipal
airport around the southern edge DON'T: W-AST-E-.1FERT.I.L1ZER.I

tf" tilt town into Krom avenue

but S. E. Fourth street At the
thtsnber .of commerce
meeting . .
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Thursday night of last week, It "
WM reported that a route di- It. . .
verbal truffle from a point still

, tart-tr Berth to enter south
Krome at a point that would miss '

the.town, entirely ,was content'Bitted. .

II IF./THR WEATHER IS..DRY, : '

LIONS .. .

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I DOKTWAIT:TO;;IRRIGATE OR ; '

(Continued from Page One) .

ttrtline tile purpee of the..chestendttht D- ..' p'I
remit obtained In prior ., IF TIMVEATIIF \' .TD'U1Dm"CU"I': ; . ,
yearn -
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"Administrative! method andeostr I '

are controlled by, local MIa :. Y01JRFERTIT.. : ,.APPLIGA'v,
edam and compare-very favorably


twrfd with) Gold.those of"Some other communities.may question! :I . . . TIOK I.*, HAL& :AND; APPLY} <:" .. .

why w* ,want contribution from ..
this) area and) the best answer to c L .

that la that last year the cheat TWICE AS OFTEk; :. .
spent through regular agencies in :

this section tt, oo while it re-
calved 0* $300: In contribution J'i
tad feat from a very small group : .


roDr. Leonard Vr. QasL KGLASSES i Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.:' .


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