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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.
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Publication Date: October 30, 1942
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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CoL Burrows Decorated by Britain THEATREMESSHALLREADY .


CIVIC ,HEADS] For Facilitating Ferrying of Planes, . -


Last Friday, two days after he dedicated the Homestead air base, THE WEATHER Tomorrow Is the last day of Pan

AND OFFICERS() as an.Important link in the Army Aair Transport' Caribbean Wing! weU-; of American Air Ferries pl1ot-tralft.o
Official report the
which he commands, CoL Paul E. Burrows was decorated by the ing operations at the Homestead
I Subtropical Experiment. Station,
British government for out*
Homestead, Florida. air base. On Sunday, Nov. 1. this
standing work la faciliUting !
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OFBASEMEET phase of activity as well aa thi
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the ferrying of aircraft
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t to'war I Date M.a. al... 1 Bur. I R.I. work of ferrying warcraft to the
'l .k.."f ", Atlantic. zones acrossthe Oct' 2L..real 88 1 811.12U'71| | 003 battle fronts, will be taken over
,} 16 ,Oct. 23, 88 I IS |2 .ttl/ 0.01
"'. Authorized 'last night'at a meetIng The presentation was Oct. U_?( 91 j Itrace by the Army Air Transport Command
of civic leader to Invite the made' at Boiling Field oct. J5 III I 81''I 0.23 with Lt. CoL. Wm. L. Pluin.
D. C., Viscount
Washington by
I
Oct. 28. __ 89 i 651 j in command of the Homestead
USO to set up a recreation center Halifax, the British |\ I mer
aeMc. Oct. 27. .| 87 I 82 12(86 1 base of the Caribbean Wing
for men of the'Homesteadarmy : ambassador to the United
States. ,Oct. 28 J' 88 f(80 |1211.I81| Used only for pilot training lip
air base, Mayer Tom J. Har. ,
I to the present the runways of the
CoL Burrows left
for
rls called for a' meetlrlg next I I Homestead air baae after tomato

Thursday)' night of official 'delegate a Washington dine given directly,In his honorat after :PLANtNORMALrmOp row will be used also for the take

from.each.group to organize the BambooTavernnby. off of big bombers and other largeweraraft'
"" permanent executive committeeto Lt. 'Col.Wni; Mummer" r. whfc/ pilot -bt,the air ...
;CHANDLER transport command will ferry to '
work with the USO. Present commanding officer of theHomestead
,Africa India, China and other
air base, following
also at the last
meeting night were battle fronts of the United Nations..
officers from the air baa and the dedication cer URGES FARMERSDr.
representatives -
_lea on the afternoon Many of the army pilots will be
of
the USO Dade
former pilots of Pan American Air
County Defense Council and WPA of Oct. 21. No Inkling of
the purpose of his trip was Ferries who have accepted commissions
recreation department Bowman F. Ash, southeastern .
in to the invitation
given however, until thefollowing response
,
Each church, civic organization, director of the.war manpower
extended them by Gen.
and club in the area will be in-. memorandumwas commission left for W.sblnltonesterd.y
Continued on Page Four) I released yesterday to I r to fight for Immediateadoption Harold L. George, commanding
the press: general of the air transport com
of a plan for farm labor
The rank and Insignia of mand, when he announced mole
an Honorary OUicer-of the :relief in this section. (Continued on Page Two>
CARIBBEAN
WING COMMANDER
AMENDMENTSMAIN Although he could not reveal
British Empire (military ,
I details of the plan which wassubmitted

I division) was conferred upon Colonel Paul E. Burrows U. S. Airl' to' CAMP REDLANDTO
Washington officials
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ISSUE INVOTETUESDAY Corps by Viscount Halifax, K. G, British ambassador to the United Luther L. Chandler, Florida con-
States, at a ceremony at noon Friday, October 23, at Boiling Field,!
sultant to WMC and chairman of
I i (Continued on Page Two) I'Dade County USDA war board BE KEPT FOR

gave evidence of optimism yesterday
--.;.. 30 Soldiers Clean Pool I GAS FOR TRUCKS I, when he urged Dade farmers FARM ,WORKERS
A recent news story In a Miami i To Be Reopened Sunday by "hook of crook" to get their
paper Quoting the county commission '!crops Into the ground.
as "unanimously approving"the I I The municipal swimming pool DEPENDENT ON Complete facts and figures on No plans are under way for takIng
redistricting plan which goes 'will be reopened Sunday, after the local labor situation have been over Camp Redland for army.
before voter of the state Tuesday having been closed for several REGISTRATIONS:submitted to the proper government use, It was learned from authoritative .
gave an erroneous Impression, according ; days this week to be thoroughly ; authorities said Mr. Chand. sources this week. The
to County Commissioner I:cleaned and sprayed with bluestone ler, and now the burden of supplying camp, completed last spring .
J. D. Redd. this section with farm labor for migratory farm laborers by
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by a detail of SO soldiers
To get gasoline, tires or part,I
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"At the time of the meeting I from the Homestead army or: rests entirely In their laps. the Farm Security Administration
was out of the city on a business. base. I farm truck operators must have The molt critical labor shortage,I was leased for several
trlp..,sald Mr. Redd "and at no!I, Pool facilities will be offered certificates of necessity by Nov. at the present time Is In the Ever.1 I months to the army as quartersfor
< time have I approved the redisltrictlng [Without charge to service men, IS, according to a warning Issued,glades area p here beans are readyfor a combat* teams of Infantry,
plan, which is against the'' and Capt. Raymond Martin, special \-1 yesterday by County Agent C H picking, he said. Some of the but was released recently and
interest of this district.* |I services officer at the base, Steffani. No extension of the: responsibility for the very real opened for its original purpose.
. The Dade redistricting plan I* and Coach Rudolph Gossman of j labor shortage here he ascribedto "Fifteen soldiers from the airbase
contained In the seventh amendment I Homestead High School are mak. deadline will be'given. j the general consenus of farm and their families have
to on the ballot proposing to I lag plans for pitting army againit I Application for certificates may leaders that no outside aid would 1 i,rented cottages at Camp Red-
, merge Commissioners' District 4 high school teams In organized be made at Mr. Steffanl's office, be needed before the middle land", E. A. Roberts, manager of
otj
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(Continued on Page Eight :water basketball and water polo.I or at the ODT office, 1505 Security (Continued on Page Eight) (Continued on Page Two)

Bldg. Miami. ,

: I $100 First Prize To Be Presented Today slow Duplication registration elsewhere reported of here the'I APPEAL TO STATE PRESS BEARS FRUITSince

f To HIM for Scrap Total 1 of 211,313 Lbs. has created such a grave prob- appearance of the Leader editorial two weeks ago sp,
lem in the Office of Defense polling to the state press to fight the Dade County redistricting
. Transportation that W. J. Keown, amendment. Ruasel Kay, secretary of the Florid Press Association
; A check for 1100, first prize of the drive. A total of 211,313 assistant! ODT regional manager and head of the Florida News Service, has reversed his previously
i won by Homestead In the high pounds, with a per capita averageof arrived In Miami from Atlanta on expressed stand In favor of the amendment.
school division of the countywide 43370 pounds, captured tint Wednesday to confer with T. B. In a news dispatch two weeks ago, Kay advocated passage of
fl.300 salvage contest, will place for Homestead, and second McGahey, bead of the board there. the amendment This week in his column "Too Late to Classify
be presented at a special assem- prize of $75 was won by Redland Only 80,000 certificate applications be advocate Its defeat stating that its passage might set a ,bad
biT this morning to Bob Spear for a per pupil average of Ml.01 are being bandied daily precedent (Kay's column as well aa his FNS dispatches are
+ president of the student council pounds, totaling 13T.737 for the by the Detroit office of ODT widely read over the state and the Leader hope his reversed
by Ceo. N. ,Wakefleld, chairman school which Is geared to handle 100,. stand nay help defeat the districting amendment
ct the local salvage committee. The 43 pupils of'Florida City 000, Keowa said. Should the last The Miami dally'press supports the amendment and Miami
r Vindicating confidence In their Elementary captured third place minute rush swamp Detroit facilities Beach will work bard to get a separate district at the expenseof
Iscrapping bfflty.three Redland in the grammar school division many operators will be un agricultural South Dade. Therefore, voters of the 4th and
District schools won 1221 top I and were awarded ISO for their able to receive certificates before 5th commJ sldhen' districts must turn out solidly and vat
prizes last Frlda/; closing date (Continued on Page Eight) the deadline, he warned. against Amendment No. 7 next :Tuesdsy. .._


The .Amendments : Vote FOR first two' and AGAINST last three on November 3rd-


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P. A. A. F. QUITs ARMY WELCOMED TO HOMESTEAD AT DEDICATIONOF him.I cannot" speak too highly of.


LOCAL BASE OF AIR TRANSPORT COMMAND Other British representativespresent
(Continued from Page One) at the ceremony were .

than a month ago that the army - -- - .. _--- -- --_.._._ ---- Air Marshal D. C. S. Evill, bead"
would take over the ferrying operations of the/ Royal: Air Force. Dele,..|

"so well performed up to Lion in Washington, and Air Conv.modore .

new by Pan American." t H. N Thornton,Jt B..E.;,
Tie Homestead air bate, activated air attache at'the British em..
on Sept. IT with the arrival
bassy Also present were Lieut.;
of Col. Plummet and his nu- enant General Henry H. Arnold,

tiers of I staff, if growing rapid commanding general of the Army

ly since its dedication Jut week,, Air Forces, Major General George

aa constantly arriving troops settle E. Stratemeyer, chief of air
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down in the new barracks + e staff; Major General Harold L,

bu:Idmgs and a steady stream of ., r f S George, commander of .the Air]
r. N n
supplies of all kinds pours in. Transport Command and Colonel
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Both men and officers present I J:.' P. Sorensen, Air Corps, of the

4 snappier appearance as the tempoof air staff. ,
activity at the base la increased Colonel
I Burrows Is a native of
and military courtesy is morecll.el ,
Washington and
1 "p' was born on Au-
observed Several new es !'
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lUst 1893 He entered the
buildings and roads have been aviation
section of the signal
completed sine the dedication. .! I
corps In 1917 He received his
One of the new buildings It a
ground school training at Prince.
meal hall. ton University and fifing train .'
The base theatre now has seats,
ing at Scott Field, Belleville, i
And on Monday or Tuesday a tra
Illinois He waa commlw'oned 'a f
velog picture will be shown
cov-
: second lieutenant
In the Army Air
erin, : cruise from New
an Ir York: '
:Service bn JuljTS. 1918h and In
City to Rio de Janeiro and Including I
the regular aa first
army a
the colorful Rio carnival. I .
I i' lieutenant, on July 1, 1920.
Bachelor officers' quarters are Washington; D. C, th.e War,Department .
nearing completion and soon will announced.
be ready for occupancy Married a
'j | In a brief address accompany.
officer and non-commissioned
dicers have found or are looking j ing the presentation,',Lord! Halifax

for houses and apartments as said:
close to the air base as possible, t "I feel It a, great honor, as representing
His Majesty the King
but In some case they are as 3
to present this decoration to Colonel .
much as nine miles from the base, ,
while some are even forced to This picture shows Mayor Tom Harris and At extreme right Is Lt Col. Wm. L. Plummer'j Burrows .

, leave their families in Coral other Invited civilians at dedication of local airbase commander of the Homestead base, "The decoration Is not merely

Cables and MIami Oct. 21 assuring Army Air Forces officers right is Capt Henry S. Brooks, army engineer a recognition of the valuable services .

I The call issued last week by I that the Redland District extends a hearty welcometo under whose direction the base was constructed he has rendered as liaison

Capt A. W Gilmore for furniturefor the personnel of the Air Transport Commandthat Civilians are, left to right; John Graves, vice- officer between the ferry commands ,

day rooms for the men at the will man the base president of Redland District Lions Club (partly of the United States and I II

I baae has met with excellent response At the extreme left ia Col. Paul E. Burrows, hidden); Mayor Harris; Ben Archer publisher of Great Britain. It Is also the lym. J

says Capt. Raymond Martin Caribbean Wing commander, who two day later Homestead Leader, Vernon Van Ness, publisher of I I bol of a most happy cooperation

special services officer. Mrs I'at Washington received a decoration from '.thl Redland District News; and Roy Chandler, presl. i between the United States Army'' .'

Ida Eichenberger of Naranja, British government for his work In facilitating the dent of Homestead Rotary Club. (Photo CourtesMiami y Air Forces and the Royal Air \

1 whose IOn, Ensign Charles E. I ferrying of planes across the Atlantic to RAF bases. Daily News) Force It is the s;mbol of a comradeship 1

Eichenberger, Jr., was last week I In arms of which the
reported killed in action while CAMP (attached to this command) since Royal Air Force Is day by day 4.
REDLANDContinued
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I COL BURROWS
more proud. We see this .'
piloting his plane against the Japs August 1, 1941 His duties were partnership 4
in the Pacific, has given a piano to assure that all American air at work in the air raids over J.

to the base, and several phono. j craft to be ferried over to the Europe.. We see it In the Middle
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graphs have been donated, together ( from Paie One) (Continued from Page One) United Kingdom were handed to East We see it in every part of
the migratory farm labor the world
camp where
American ,
. and
with chairs me 'In a most expedient manner
settees and other : Chief Marshal Sir Frederick W
, furniture. said yesterday "The cottages were Bowhlll and fully equipped except for British airmen fly and fight together ;
commander- In- chief
rented to the men as individualson : And it Is right that
certain items, for the Atlantic we
Donations of
furniture and Royal Air Force Ferry Command
bocks are still needed, and any- condition that they vacate on was read by the air chief marshall -: Flight He has carried out this should bail and honor it, both
three days notice should the housing for its own sake, and because It
one having to work in an outstanding manner
is
any give asked :
facilities be needed for agricultural is the surest guarantee of vic I
to notify the Homestead I l'
Leader.
< workers "Colonel Burrows has beer: I tory "

The offers will be transmitted to "Under like arrangement, defense f liaison officer of the United State:I "Colonel Burrows has always The following recommendationfor

i be the sent air base for the and gifts.army trucks will I workers are occupying some Air Corps Ferrying Command 1 I been of the greatest use jo me. the decoration made by Air .

of the houses. but tile project was
Among new arrivals this week 1
built primarily for accommodation -
are Maj. Clifford B. Could, Bir. I
I of agricultural labor and it
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mingham, Mich, who is attachedto
the 427th base headquarters of course, will be given first consideration .1

and air base squadron and Is detailed At present there are '
40 families occupying the. camp,
as technical executive; CaptJohn
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A. Jernigan, public relations approximately one-40kwhom 0 ,
officer for the base. nd are employed on Iarmt"' I To Our. Customers :
tThere i .
of the 84th ferrying squadron; seems to be small doubt

LL Chas. R. Alt. 427th base headquarters -'that the army on Nov 1 will take -'-- .

and air base squadron, Aver Camp South Dade with the'other "
assistant to the base engineer: and ,!' facilities' now..operated by <

Warri Officer Forrest C. VlckMth I Pan American Air* Ferries In.. 't'r; :,
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retrying squadron S Owing to conditions
. t manpower beyond our
f In civilian life, Capt, Jerniganmade I Bated base technical Inspector and t! '

his home In Richmond, Va,j{, chief of flight test sections this control(we have closed our service station and

and Coral Cables where he was[I week. Promoted to "top" sergeants .

active In real estate development were Sgt Ralph P Brown, repair garage. We hope to reopen the garage

He represented the Llndsey Hop. 54th ferrying squadron; Corp
I kina properties In the Miami area: I Robert A. Shannon. guard squad at a later date, but the service station as far as

and for a time was Identified with ron who Is in charge of all guard
the Carl Q Fisher properties He, and military police duty at the we are concerned will probably be closed for the

was graduated from the air forces I base and la Homestead and v'cinl- i duration.We .
'I officer candidate school at Miami ty; and Tech. Sgt John L. Wlmberly -

Beach on Oct. IT t 427th base headquarters

f Capt. Lester H. Doan was deslg- air base squadron regret exceedingly the necessity of this
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Friday. October 30, 1942. HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pace ThreaUOLLISTER


SAGE'Whiners Lose in Dr. L Q. ,. .. ,.. Townsend Club to Hold

i Contest at Lions Club Opening:Meeting Sunday

: STRICKEN ON TRIP I, OUR MEN IN SERVICE
It wa a case of when you win The public 1* Invited to the

you lose with Lion and ladle .. "" ... opening meeting of the Homestead
TO WINTER HOME:who knew the right answers to,+ Townsend Club Sunday afternoon

:; 1 the questions propounded by "Dr,I Fred Fuchs, Jr., sophomore specializing !stationed at CaP Endicott I at 2 o'clock in the Neva King
!I I. Q." and his assistant at the in agriculture at the:::Davlsvllle, R. L I II Cooper School auditorium.The .
; friends here have received wordof I Redland District Lions Club I University of Florida, enlisted In local club was organised
thf death of HolUster Sag ol 1 Halloween party Tuesday party. the army air corps as an aviation I,I Corp. Thomas H. Mulkins, .Nov. 4, 134, said Secretary John
.. Homestead, FU. and North Wood.. George Cooper as Dr. I. Q. ask. cadet in Gainesville and returned,bombardier from MacDill Field, D. Wysong in announcing the
. bury Corm., on Oct 22, In Petersburg .I ed. many leading question and hem*. Saturday to await his call!Tampa, visited from Friday till meeting. That Interest I* stttl
_ Vs. Mr. and Mrs. Sage were his assistant .took great delightin I service.. He has made an A rat.I Sunday with his parents, Mr. and keen In the Townsend National
en route to Homestead at the time awarding the prize which j.\l1'1n the R. O. T. C. since be en,:I Mrs. Wm. Mulklns of Plummer Recovery Plan U shown, he said:
.. Of htt death and had stopped I were much in the nature of surprises the university. drive. by recent Gallup pole and a sole
overnight at a tourist camp three to the winner ,One person ; . conducted by the magazine Frtwo.

t trifle south of Petersburg According I won a cake of ice, another I Archer Dodson, son of Mr. and\ R. M. Wlmbish, state fruit in.
to Richmond papers, Mr. got an egg shampoo. Opinion Mrs. J. H. Dodson of Homesteal specor, will take the oath of of.
: Sag died of a heart attack while varies a* to whether another contestant has been sworn Into the army air flee In the United State Naval ATTEND CLINICA

j i-I making preparation to leave the had a banana pie pushedIn forces and Is waiting call as an Reserve In Miami today Sunday school clinic for-".
t camp for the da,'. drive. his face-or his face pushed In aviation cadet. He wa graduatedfrom fleers and teacher In 'Central
i For many year Mr. and Mrs. a banana ph.Alllltin. Homestead High School in I Lt J. Q. Caldwell of Fort Baptist Church of Miami. la MIni -
: Sag mad their winter home al, Dr. George I. Q. were 1M1 and has been employed since Sheridan Ill. spent several days attended each night this week
their grove, "Witchwood on' Walter Talbott Dick KInard. Ed that time by Eastern Airlines In 1 here last week visiting friend by Mrs. Co O. Robertson. Min r-
: King highway. Mr. Sag was an, Norman, Walter Weiss Larry Miami Lt Caldwell formerly taught at Robertson Mrs J. R. Dorsey, "n!.
. active worker In the First Baptist Pope and Johnny Lynch. 'I Redland High School. I I Ii W. T. McConnell, D. R. Snyder
Church of Homestead and often: Preceding the quit program, Sgt James Wollam, who was to . I and Lynn Irwin. Dr. Johnston,
I j contributed to the local press Al, Mrs. T. L. Hodges entertained return last Saturday to Camp I i When Pvt. Carson Malcolmwas pastor of the First Baptist Church
t the time of his death, he wa (4; with vocal solos, accompanied by Livingston, La., after a ten-day transferred from La Guardia of Homestead I I. spending tho
. yean old He and Mrs Sag had I Mrs. Vane Harris. furlough, was taken 111 with a'. Field, N. Y. to Atlantic City week In Miami and attending the
been married 55 year Three new Lions were Inducted I bone infection of' the foot and Mrs Malcolm, the former Miss study course
with appropriate remark by R. following an operation la confinedto :Virginia Fr:ck, who had been with

1 P. Barfield. They were E. A. Rob.I the home of his mother, Mr him In New York returned to ents, Mr. and Mrs T. E Itlm,.
Johns Infant BuriedIn 11 j erts. Vernon VanNess and the
M. P. Wollam .on E. Campbell dr.I Homestead for a visit with her He was stationed in Fort Lauder.
Daytona CemeteryFuneral 1 Rev. O. Sewell Palmer. I I parents. Mr and Mrs. Geo. M. dale, but hal been assigned to

: Corp. Paul Banks Byrum hat,,.Frit*. While at La Guardia Field, the Miami bate for two weeks.
service were Law-1 I POULTRY COURSES OFFERED I'been transferred from British Guiana Pvt Malcolm was class leader . .

Thursday, Oct. 15, for David Unless as many as ten persons to Puerto Rico, according U, and acting sergeant Barney Godwin, son of Mr and
renc-Johns, new-born son of Mr,are enrolled for the course, the an air-mall letter which his pa. i Mrs R. L. Godwin, has been
I and Mrs Wm. M. Johns of Day.I'] Victory Garden class will have to, rents Mr. and Mrs J. R. Byrum, I Emmett Anderson, who was Inducted transferred from the Miami
tona Beach. Mr. and Mrs be discontinued: Instructor GeoIf received 24 hour after it w ay: Into the army at Camp Coast Guard base to West Palm
resided In Homestead from JOhn.\\ Wakefield announced yester I written. I Blending last week, Is spending Beach.
cember, 1933 to April, 1938. day. The class, which meets each i i"I i Several days at his home In Mo- .

In"termenwal In Daytona Beach i Tuesday from 7:30 until 9 p. m.l Carl Tweedell, son of Mrs J. A, dello before reporting for active Sgt and Mr*. F. L. England

Memorial Cemetery. I Is open to any adult Interested In I Daugherty, left on Friday nigh:" duty . moved Tuesday Into the Joel J.
Mr Johns Is program director home gardening Mr. Wakefield I for Camp Blending following enlistment -, Robinson apartment on S W. First
of radio station WMFJ In Daytona. laid. in the army air forces, > Albert Reiti is In New River street Slit England i Is stationedat
Registrations are being acceptednow I Mr. Tweedell, who was employed i N. C. at a marine shooting range. the Homestead army air base

Junior Red Cross Will I for classes In poultry produc. as a projectionist in Fort Lauder.. I . .
Members' tlon which are scheduled to begin, I dale, made his home with Mr. I Pvt Chas Sullivan of Fort \Mrs T. Orfanedci was Indebted
Campaign for In two weeks.Homestead. Tweedell at 801 N. E. 70th street' Jackson, S. C., son of Police Chef to a rousing ball game for her
: I i|M nml. He has lived In Home,: and Mrs O. H. Sullivan, Is on last letter from her brother, Pvt.
Junior Red Cross enrollment| .. maneuver at Nashville Robert Edward Grubbs who I*
stead most of his life, was graduated
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will be held in the local schools 1111 " '" " " I I " I I I '" : '
j jI with the coast artillery In NewCaledonia.
from the local schools: am I I
Nov. 2 through Nov.15, reports Girl ScoutsBy *
from ,, ,,,, ,, went two years to the Unlverslt r Edward Pacettl of the U. S. .
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Herman Heinlein Junior '"" I " "" "" '''' " "" "
Mrs. of Florida. Coast Guard, who arrived In Mi-1 "After being on night duty I
' Red Cross chairman for this CATHERINE KELLY ,I I amt Friday from his base at'tr'ed to go to sleep," he wrote

' area. I Wm. Payne, cashier of tie t t Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, visited "but this enthusiastic ball game
Teacher sponsors are Miss Allis The regular Girl Scout meeting First National Bank of Home.. his mother, Mrs Florence Facet- just outside my window made It
Wm. Gee for was held at the home of Mrs.,
Mrs
Ferguson and !stead, will report to Camp Bland. tI, and other relative here on impossible, so I decided to writ
Homestead schools and Miss Sue Frank Skill Tuesday afternoon
ing for Induction Into the arm y Saturday I[to your
Robinson for Redland Farm Life when plans were discussed: for the I on Nov. 6.Harvey . It'* "mall day" once a month at
School Miss Eula Ray and Rudolph Halloween party. It was decided . I Edward Kirby, who enlisted recently .I his post he says, and the boy are
will be chairmen that guests would be Invited. A
Gossman
U. S. Coast Guard to hear from the
Newton who enlist I I In the really eager
the Homestead school member:game called "Observation" was en- I'
of : "Seabeei" ii Sunday here with his par- folks at home.t
recently In the I i spent
... ... .
y thlp drive and Miss Robinson, JUJTCUPlans
( chairman of the Redland school were made to observe
membership drive. Mrs. Heinlein Girl Scout Week by swelling the
will be assisted In the district Girl Scout victory fund. Each
work by Mrs,.Hugo Vlhlen.' Scout pledged herself to buy one
Member are enrolled by classrooms additional war stamp each week
90 cents for each room in until Thanksgiving day, when the
I the elementary school: and one drive ends. On the anniversary w
dollar for each room In junior and I of Pearl Harbor. Dec. T, the funds

!senior high schools Also volun- will be presented President Roosevelt .
contributions for the Nation. '
,
tai
Cross Children's fund Refreshment ,were served by
will
be accepted. Katherine Kelly, arid Anne Rhone
The children will make scrapbook I / was named hostess for the
) and Thanksgiving and next meeting
Christmas cards for hospitalized I Homestead Girl Scouts Inaugurated

service men. Making thlldren'll) their 31st annual Girl Scout
:slips will be a project Week by attending their respective .
economic classes, and all children ! churches on Sunday In uni
will be asked to collect shirtbuttons form.
i iments.
for use on new gar
Metal ash trays will besought READ THE WANTADSa
also for use of soldiers stationed I

at Miami Beach, Mrs Hein

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Red Cross Chairmen I EXPERT

To Attend WorkshopA
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BARBERING
meeting of surgical dressings
supervisors and room chairmen of

the Dade County Red Cross will Haircut __ _, lie r

be attended tomorrow In Trinity, Shave __u____ tile
Methodist Church.Miami, by representatives .
shampoo (Plain)_____. 5e
from the local work
Shampoo (Medkate4)___ Tie
room. Ar'I
Scheduled to be present at the' Sing tile '

meeting which will be In the nature Facial ?_ lie P
of a workshop for the discussion I, Facial Pack 75e r
of helpful ideas and suggestions
Combination FaciaL__ 75e
are Mrs. Lee Lehman,
I Took fee
chairman of surgical dressing
Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mrs. J. Wolfe, ; U..taehe'TI1D lie
Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Mrs. Sam J.

Davis Mr*. L. H. Klopp. Mrs. H. BUSH'S 1 1I
J. I W J. Krome.
Ii Mrs. A E.repr Mrs. Geo. N.:

'r Wakefteld and M..... E. A. Rob- BarberShop I

w erts, 1'00IIchairman.. Appointment -
? will be made at the meeting Of*. City Ban
t' of a surgical dressing supervisorkreplac.lrrf6B.Reimert I

7 who e'
I
recently moved to Atlanta
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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND Analysis of Proposed Amendments I THE PAVE WAY i.


ENTERPRISE To Be Voted on Nov. 3 HOME tl (Continued from Page One) ;

Founded 111 till FRONT vlted to name a delegate to attend
BY ATTORNEY ERA J TOM WATSON I enieiut erne or was IHrOKMTWI the meeting next Thursday which

'11..... Fridays .t ft.toM PIa., will be held at 7:30 in the council
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be 1M south Dad. ,......hl.. c-: ..... Seventh AmendmentThe election In 1944 and thereafter '
being asked to at the Homestead city hall
proposed seventh amend-i shall hold office for I term of Restaurants are room
I regular orders of The at that time will
continue serving group ap
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PEN ARCHER ment relate to county commissioners fear year The powers duties ( '
t meat but to offer half portions at I point an executive committee of
1"-" wad kdltorMARORIR of Dad County. It requires .:and compensation of such county :I
customers who five member to .
to probably
!reduced prices coordinate
LEACH ARCHER that the county commissioners -j commissioners shall be a* from,
I in the move to activities of the various
Managing Wttoe who shall be electedat Urn to Urn provided by law. are co-operating
election in 1142 I cut down on meat consumption.Prices I organization and USO. '
MARY r.unL DICKINSON the general (Underscoring our) I
New and Palau shall, Immediately after the beginning Each of the matter sought to be I Under a plan tentatively adopU
Important to all ed when first invitation
of pork a was 1st
of their term of office accomplished by the proposed
Southerners, are going to be held sued to USO during the occupancyof
VMTRIPTIOH BATE re-district Dade County into amendment (with the exceptionof
I. De" Cou.tr. ...--..-- .....1 five county commissioners' districts the matter relating to the tenure .: down, says OP A. I! Camp Redland by army combat
Coueti_ ... ,& teams in the spring, the Chamber
UortaWo ot Did -- five '
to be numbered one to of office) could well be ac.
.tV1 ( Canned sauerkraut Is "frozen" of Commerce building will be used,
the
s respectively and delineate complished by .the enactment of
VM.od as .mail rlr-ff. wail matter. boundaries of such district in sucha :special legislation relating to Dade But It may be sold in bulk. Thuswe i a* a recreation center and the
M..tT'IS.! lilt. M the post offle .tHtAoo4 return to the "kraut barrelera. municipal pool, tennis courts and
HorUm.. under the Ki of manner a* to Include within the County, thereby making possible'flexibility I
." Before this thing i* over other facilities win be
....h I.,.ISTS respective districtscertain designated with respect to future opened
territories. Therein 1* set! varying conditions we may get back to the friendly, without coat to the service men.

on and forth with particularity the territory Eighth Amendment days of the old cracker barrel. Frank Rue co-ordlnator of Dade
the Lips I
Smile
A
I County Defense activities in this
the territory .
that shall comprise
This proposal would permit 25% I
A Song In the HeartA of each of the five county of the salary wages or income of Drafting! of 18-19-year-olds will area presided at last night's meet.
commissioner district created not only help the army be moreeffectivecasualties ing In the city hall. Brief talks
any person who I* the' head of a,
gsbble-a giggle less
: are made C. E. Van
were by Orsdel
pursuant to the authority of the family residing in this state to be: I
An ecstatic wriggle.Come
among young than middle-aged | chairman of the recreation division
.
amendment.The I
gals, left get something proposed third paragraph of the proposed garnisheed If such: person's salary !soldiers-but many of the boys I, of the Dad County Defense Council
exceeds $25.00 per week. It would I
begun. amendment I* worthy of will learn useful skills and trades.America ; Ceo. J. Brautigam, director of
I have the effect of modifying an.
I A whllpe.anlcker particular not. The paragraph other constitutional has a tender spot reserved the Miami USO unit; Capt. Ray.
About torn high kicker. v I provision now for its youth, but untrained mond Martin, special services of.
mentioned la quoted:
t Com on, gab, let' get some contained In our state constitution I I boys of IS were sent into actionIn fleer of the Homestead army airbase
Said district
"Another of the
which exempts from
levy or execution
'
work begun.
the War Between the State ; Capt John A. Jeralgan, public *
shall comprise the territory and property of the value of
I 'with insufficient food and relations officer
poor and Miss
;
Every one Idles only the territory which was on j $1,000.00 of a person who is the
While somebody sidles the tint day of April. 1M1, embraced -;head of a family residing in this ,equipment Our 1S-19 year olds Elizabeth Push supervisor of
I will have the best today. AH will
tale from the WPA.! CoL Win. L. Primmer
Around with tome In Commissioner District,state and also a statutory pro.
be thoroughly trained.That's I of
commanding officer the base,
street No. 4 and Commissioners' DistrictNo. vision that exempts wages when I
Well, thit'i nothing new I 8, as described In Book T' of due for personal labor or wages why we have rationing was represented by his adjutant
I shortages-to give our ioldlers all Capt. A. W. Brecht.
It'i what we alt do the minute of the county commissioners ,due any person who Is the headof
the breaks in the world. Andthat' from
Among representatives
When with friends and of said county at pig, a family residing In this state.
meet why we have price ceilings clubs and organizations in the area
once we .cqU.lnt.1 104 et aeq; I From a moral standpoint there -to keep the shortages from hurtIng -I,were: Rudolph Cossmsn, local de-

On a big river boat, (Underscoring our) Its absolutely no reason why any- the poor more than the well tense council recreation chairman;
Whatever they tote. It noted that in describing the body's wages should be secured to-do. I Mn. Carl Anderson, Homestead

The roustabout shuffle and territory which hall constitute the .against lawful debtl that they have Demonstration Club; Mn. August

ling.Twlxt remaining four districts, the inclusion ( incurred and that I* true be the The government drive to round us Wynn, Junior Woman's Club;

4 landing they snooze, I of other territory 1* not prohibited ,,debtor rich or poor. . . up extra tire got off to a sip ni, Mrs. E. A. Buchanan, Woman's

Play crap, win or lose ; however It Is definitely'i I am inclined to the view that start in the South. Old tire an, Club of. Homestead, Mrs. J. R.

When working, the long 1* the provided that the district to be' the proposed constitutional amendment "Golden Slippers" now. The Railway , Brooks, Homestead Girl Scouts

thing.In I created under the authority of the I t if adopted, li not selfexe- Express Agency, picking uispam. 1 Roy Chandler, Homestead Rotary

4 'I paragraph above quoted shall outing and unless the legislature The government li paylni I Club; Art McKee Red Cross Water
those long ago day comprise the territory and oat'
passed an act defining "the neces- for them. Safety; Mrs. Annie R. Butler
Of tall and main stays the territory which was, upon thl slUes of life". I doubt seriously I Five tires per car are allowable t Homestead Garden Club; Mrs. M.

It was ra -bo and raz-bo and first day of April, 1(41 embraced 1 If it would become operative. I -,extras must be sold and there'ia A. Berger, American Legion Auxiliary

ray In commlwioner district No. 5 ai a also believe that the exemption stiff penalty for holding mori t ; Mrs. J. F. Hammett Homestead .'
Now the hell crew of Yale described in Book 'T" of the minutes -'
provided under the proposed than flv. B. P. W. C.; Mrs. H. Collier,
May know little of tall of the county commissioner '
amendment relate* to a subject Homestead Music Club; Miss
But they ling at their oars all of said county page lilt et **q. 1 I
matter which li best handled Farmers with pick-up trucks, si I Bertha Nill Hsusman, Homestead
the way. lam inclined to think that throther through statutory law rather than well ss owners of regular commercial , Art Club; Mrs. H. L. Brandenburg .

When Sou have a Job four districts even thoughnot constitutional provision. vehicles, must fill out I"eerufleat. I Homestead P.-T. A.; Kitor
7 They seldom play bob lit apart under the mandatory Ninth Amendment I of War Necessitythey '' Carson Redland District Chamberof

Though they struggle and grumble language of "and only the terntory. -) The effect of the ninth amend.. won't be able to get tires, Commerce; and Mrs. A. A.

and pant are nevertheless Just I' ment would be provide that gasoline or part after national gai I Payne, Homestead Nutrition

+ And rve noticed this permanently designated and fixed any property held and used to the I rationing goes into effect- groups; Dr. Carl F. Robinson, Red
invulnerable to change by
and ,
How seldom they mil extent of one-fourth for religious,: land District Lions Club.
the legislature, a* the one district Travel by but and train, already\ .
.
When they strike with the mall.et. scientific municipal, educational,
which hat such mandatory lndentiflcation. somewhat .
difficult be further

may
They chant j,literary, fraternal or charitable restricted. READ THE WANT-ADS
I purposes, shall be exempt from
In your home, fart or slow I In dividing a county Into five 'taxation. It add another large

To your own radio commissioner district, the constitutional volume of exempt real estate from I

In. your work you go scamperIng ; provision that is apPllc.'! county ad valorem taxation and A WONDERFUL JOB 111

about. able generally to all county com.,1 by so doing increases the burdenIn I
Or perhaps youTl be bentOn "mlssloner Os: |, this field upon property remaining -I That's what the scrap drive of our schools was.

your sewing intent I (Section S, Article VIII, Florida subject to this form of The enthusiasm and patriotism of the pupils was Inspiring -
Ai lilt to blue linger ". to us and mad us more determines than ever
a 0
you and each
Constitution) taxation. Existing Section 1* of I to do our job well.
ihout I district shall be a* nearly a* possible Article XVI of the constitution W* will buy your scrap. Bring It In or ten us

Way back in tint pad equal in proportion to popu. provide that the character of where to go for It. .
!
Mind the gesture you mad I latton, ". property in question to which the I

In a thing that was called At present re-dlvlslonlng thereof amendment relates, namely religious WOLFE AUTO WRECKING CO.

tion ton g"T my be made by the legislature] scientific municipal, edu- P. o. BOX 7M
Applied educationOn .ac.1 I or the board Itself. It the amend I cational, literary, fraternal or Directly West ef Seminole Trading Post

this AIM occasion ment I* adopted, should there be I charitable, must be used exclusively ..I.. Krame Av*.-Florid* City Line Homestead.. FU.'
Might hasten Red Crow work a shifting of the population with In the Income therefrom or

( along. in the district, the creation of actual use thereof, for those purposes -
,
I which 1* contemplated by the proposed -!I before It would be ex- "

let me give you tip: amendment, *o that it became empt. . '

Keep a smile on your Up desirable to decrease or Increase Thus the proposed amendmentIn For Complete Home Furnishings

And a song welling up from the size thereof, it would'be all probability would make it

your heart. Impossible to bring about the I possible for corporation engagedIn \

It you must talk-chooee thing change desired without first obtaining I religious, scientific municipal, SeeSmithGraves

And not people. It bring an amendment to theamendment educational, literary or charitable

Leu recoil when you are apart now proposed. Whether i purposes, to devote only one-fourth

or not the population within of the property in question to the

orl I the territories described I* more I specified enterprise and emplo
It I Impossible to mentally Furniture Co.
*
Socially enslave a Blblereadln,1JIt'OPI. 1 or less stable 1* a matter of Important I II ,the remaining portion of the property .
consideration In determining a* a revenue-produclni
.. The principle of the
i
I the wisdom of such a propos source, and use the revenue thus
{ Bible are) the groundwork of human I
freedom.-Horace Creeley. al. produced a* the corporation may i Homestead Phone 24SJTURNERS
M The last paragraph of aid proposed 1 see fit. For example, a corporation I

amendment provide: in the favored class maya erect ............ ...." ".."",, .......".................. ""."""."
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Every: family I* asked to return "Th* county commissioners who four-story office building and
to circulation ten pennies, In shall be elected In Dad Count I I use only one floor for the specified -

order that copper saved might be at the general election In 1(42 1 purpose, entitling It to the
used for manufacture Squeeze I than hold office for the term of exemption, and with the remainIng /

baby bank for Uncle: Sam. two year*' for which they shall three floor enter into commercial
have been elected and their term competition with other FUNERAL

of office shan not be affected by businesses under more fsvorabU
Good alarm clock: and repair this amendment; but thereafter circumstances and without contri.

part are fait disappearing from there Shan be In each of the districts buting to the cost of the government 0M E
the market Better get your fixed established by. and In pur. which afford it protectionand

before the part and the clock wane of. this amendment I county an opportunity to exist! and

repairer depart I commissioner who shall resideIn carry on Its functions, and at the amour Ambulance Service[

hi district but who shall be same Urn divide its profits from

Uncle Sam request 1141 hunter MSBteate4 and elected from the such property in the form of dividend LADY ATTENDANT

to bring back their discarded county at large. Every county I or as* them for such other Phone 270 Homestead, Fla.::

shells and cartridge: which eontali -I commissioner of Dad County who purposes ar the corporation may

) IMftfed} wf materials. duty '.be) elected at, the, general,I..de.lrt. f a (1



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Leo who I to give Immediate first aid to the
I Bishop is
employed
farming again at South Allapat-
Q by PleatantvUle Construction 'i I tab Gardens area In time of emergency
Homestead company In Nastsu, spent several 'whether it may be air raid or

days in Homestead last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. Leroy Williams hurricane the Homestead Casualty
of Station I* handicapped by a
of Miami brother-in-law and
0. # Robt. D. Frier Is limited personnel and by an
I
seriously Ill In
sister of J. R. Byrum, and Mr. ani
III Mill Betty Jane Meybem, Mn. tudolf Andersen of Bauer' the Kendall hospital.Mr. Mrs. Virgil Sprinkle and acute lack of necessary supplies,
daughter of Mr. and Mn. A. R. drive has returned from Jupiter' family,say Miss Josephine Cook cap
,'U Meybem ha accepted a civil where she visited her,mother who and Mrs. Paul Teuton of were home dinner Sunday.Mr. guests. at the Byrum tain.I .
in service position In the accounting Is 111. Miami were guests of Mr. and The trained corps at the station -
<7 department of the Homestead air I Mrs. T. E. Kirby this week. Mn. will be unable to cope with
and Mr*. Ignacio Garcia of
at she graduated from Miss Teuton Is a wide-scale disaster, unless reinforced
bate was Frances Davis of Nashvillehas a sister of Mrs. KIrby. Miami visited Mn. Garcia' mother .
elt Homestead High School In 1941 come to spend the winter with I by other worker, said
Mrs A. R. Livingston Tuesday
on
'd and attended Wesleyan College her brother and stster-fn-law,', Mn. Willard Lewis and Mrs. and Wednesday. Mr. Garcia Miss Cook In making a call for
it In Macon, Ca., the following send Mr. and Mn. Sam J. Davis. Last,' Robert Smith, both of Key West, left on Thursday for Camp Bland. volunteers. To be ready for emer.
last week she received week and I spent the week-end genies, donations of stimulants
mester. a part of this she was a in Homestead Ing where he will be Inducted
,'1 diploma from the Walsh Schoola. guest of Mn. Maud E. Chandlerof Their mother, Mn. Jesse Goss. Into the Mn. Garcia until such as tea, coffee and soups are
Science ln Miami man army. being accepted at the station.
ef Business Goulds. spent the week-end in Key her Oct
marriage 17 Miss
on was
1* where, she finished a complete West 'I There Is also a need for old sheets
Mary
"I* course In secretarial science. Mrs. H. H. Ewing returned last Bradley. |I to be used aa emergency band-

t. Friday from Washington D. C., Henry Dodion, Jr., of Lake Mrs O. C. Hole of Danville IUV jages and for blanket for hock
'I 4 Cast of Homestead were among month of Mr. and Mn. Kelsey Mn. J. H. Dodson over the week. the winter with her soninlawand I Members of the local group
n the mechanical Gardiner, her son-in-law ', end. visited the Coconut Grove casualty .
25 men completing and daughter Mr. and Mn. Harold :
* training course at Pan American daughter.She also spent some I Sheffield, at their home In I station Tuesday night for observation -
;;;;of
of Air Ferries' school last Saturday. time with relatives In New York O. W. Calk the plant Inspection Florida City. i of Its working methods
toO City. service will come from 'and routine. Going from 'Homestead .
f- 'Boynton to spend the week-end I besides Mill Cook were:.
Mn. J. A. Smith left Tuesday'c
S. W. Smith of Hollywood spent
.Mr. and Mn. L. L.
Field. Mrs. W.
' morning for a visit of several Among those summoned to serve .t'hll home on Palm avenue west :
Saturday night with bit on-ln-i| A. Kopp, Mrs. Frank
of Florida Hausman.
* weeks with her brother-in-law on the federal grand Jury In Key City.
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs
Mn. Ethel Ail Mr .
Frank
Skill
a West I I )
and sister, Mr. and Mn. Stanley Monday are B. C. Murphy I
.
Augustus Wynn, and Mr* Smith,
and Miss
Mn. Helen Livingston.
* George Smith and Charles Connor. Stephen Mrot of Palm
Casper in Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. who has been visiting here, returned -
Beach
r- Casper will be remembered a* ---' spent the week-end withLieut.
home with blm
Sunday.
*, Miss Harvey Mae Palmer. j Mill Dora Scott former Red- Mroz at his apartment In Officers Are Chosen
I. land High School pupil Is attend. the J. A. Daugherty residence. By Methodist ChoirAt
Ing the University of Miami in Mn. Mroz plans to move this weekto FLORIDA CITY
and Mrs. J. D. Redd
, Mr. returned -
? the forenoon and studying steno- Join Lieut. Mros who la stationed Mr Warreee eneir the organisation meeting of
Oct. 22 from AIken S. C.
,
'. typy In the afternoon. at the local airport.Mr. i the choir of Homestead Methodist
hm they visited relatives.d I I
,. I I Mrs. Alice I Oxland Is confined to Church Oct. 22, H. L. Brown was
Madene Gilmer will be returned and Mrs. Robt Glenn Jr.. her home by an Infected arm. I|elected president; Miss AntoinetteI
s Capt. and Mn. Raymond Martini the latter part of the week from and son Bobby, have moved from' I I I Moye secretary-treasurer; Ivan
are occupying the Henry Levy I I the Kendall hospital where she I II tile'Knowles apartment on S. W. Grady Mills I* reported to be Mover, librarian; and Mrs. Win.
>; :house on Bauer drive. Capt. Marl I[Underwent an appendectomy. Flnt st. to the house at the corl recovering at the Kendall hospital.. Musselwhlte, custodian of robe
tin Is special services officer at ner of N. W. Second ave. and |I Irving J. Lyon Is director; Mr*.
{. the army air base.IF Mn. Blaine Bryant underwenta it Mrs. R. J. Shepherd arrived W. B. Mill, assistant director;
j r I
r major operation at the Kendall Sunday from North. Haven, Conn., Mn. J. D. Redd, pianist; and Mr*.
Miss Esther Rlvlngton of Mun. hospital on Monday morning. Miss Eula M. Ray returned Saturday -I for the winter. Bevo Webb Assistant pianist

'* tey, Ontario, Canada, Is the house '" from Maysvtlle, Ky., where
r, guest of Mr. 'and Mr*. Charles Charles Card, Homestead employee the body of her mother Mn I, Mr. and Mrs. Toy Hobbs movedto i I Miss Ingeborg Mattson left Friday .
: Pratt at their home on Waldln of Cleary Bros. Construction Paul Frank Ray was buried. Miss Homestead this week. for Coral Gables where she
.drive. Co. Is being treated In James Ray resumed teaching her third ._ 1* employed.
.. r. "I Archer Smith Hospital for Injuries grade at Neva King Cooper School 1 Mr. and Mn. John Bonano of ; '
", Mrs. J. V. Davjs of Homesteads sustained in an accident yesterdayat on Wednesday. Syracuse, N. Y. arrived Friday i!! Mill Be.trl";" Cline returned
1* recuperating In Baltimore from Jewfish Creek. Ja*. E. White for the winter. They are staying Sunday from the Kendall hospital
* a successful eye operation pert :also of Homestead, was taken to Mn. Mettle Crawford U expected .j In one of the Tomassl cottages. where she underwent an appendix -
t formed at John Hopkins Hospital. the hospital Thursday for treat to return today fromCharleston operation.Mrs. .
Mn. Davis and her youngest I ment of accident Injuries. He I Is S. C, where she wai Miss Mary Beaker of Miami arrived .
r daughter Miss Naomi Davis, are I employed by Archibald and Pow called to the bedside of her son to spend the rest of the Dorothy Barker returned
\, sharing an apartment there. ers. who was critically Injured In an I week with her family. Monday from a visit with Mn.
''I accident In the shipyards there Anna Williams of Allandale, S. C.
. Mr and Mrs. R. H. Atkinson of Mrs. Arvllla Booth visited In In a wire to friends here she said Miss Beverly Cline of Buffalo
. 2508 N. W. 30th street Miami, are Coral Gables from Friday till that his condition was unim- will arrive Wednesday for a visit J. H. Booker has arrived from
the Tuesday with her brotherinlawand proved. 'with Mn. Naomi Dano and Mn. Hendersonvllle for the winter.
announcing birth of a son,
*t John Davis, on Oct. 20 In sister Mr and Mn. Sam Edith Tamblyn.
* Brundage.Mr. Mrs. Beatrice Cash of Miami 1 AM**. .....* mad Measles
lOG Memorial Hospital.
I kinson visited her parents Mr. and Mn Stowe Nelll of East Bend S. -4he three MM mice. Mttethem
I Davis of Is Homestead.the former Miss J.ck.1 and Mrs. E. R. Nave and L. Anderson In Modello on Wed- arrived last week to spend C"J I no with tea .....! ef
two children of Mountain City,I IT nesday. Mr. Anderson Is critically winter with Florida City rev berate I* War seas
nn., are occupying the house of 111. tives. every fr day.'
Mn. Mary Whlchard of Battles .
burg, Miss, has come to spend a
few weeks with her son-in-law 1 r
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bevo
Webb, and her son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Which'

ard.' '_ REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS

Mr. and Mn. W. C. Morton have
moved here from Key West. Mr.
Morton who Is connected with the
,Overseas Aqueduct Commission'J '
0
has preached to many North Flora
da Church of Christ congregation I
and In Key Weit recently organ '

led a congregation which holds Consult about fertilizer
us require-
services In the Monroe County i your
court house. They are living In Ij

.the Caves apartment- building.Mrs. I; ments for the coming year.


Ralph Klngman returned
Saturday from a ten-day visit i i Due to government regulation and shortages -
with her son, Capt. Dan Klngman, I

who pltal Is in in Columbus the Fort, Oa Banning, M.-/' /f of several materials we will not be able to "

ing from Injuries received .

parachute Jump. His wife and two make ALL of regular mixtures. But will ,
children have come from San I our we r
: Angelo Texas, to Join him in

I Columbus. I do our best to supply as near as possible what

J.: W. English
on Tuesday un
V derwent an operation In Jackson you will need. .
Memorial Hospital Miami for an
arterial clot In hU leg His condition -
yesterday was reported as
o satisfactory.Mr. .

'0 and Mn.-Palmer Peeples of Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

Princeton are the parents of an

debt-found four-ounce son,Jam**

James Michael,Archer who was Smith born Oct.HotpitaL 24 In L Telephone IS FRANK B. RUE, Manager Homestead, Fla.A. .

Mrs. Peeples Is the former KIll

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I MR. AND MRS. W. A. THOMPSON OBSERVE t The CalendarOct. b MUSIC CLUBS WILL HOLD DISTRICT' 11\

THEIR SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARYMr. J MEETING IN HOMESTEAD WEDNESDAY. J
1
SO-Redland School carni ;: I
and Mrm. Walter A. Thompson stage and radio entertainer, paid vaLOct. I Representative of Roy.i--B. M Hindmari, .a musical program :
celebrated their twenty-firth,glowing tribute In'rhyme to the SO-Meeting of Homestead eiana District of the Florida Fed. will. be presented by Mrs.
family aa a "whole and to his Home Demonstration Club at 9.30: eretlon of Music Clubs will be entertained W. B. Mills. Vocal solos .will be
wedding anniversary Sunday by host and hostess and etch of their a. m.. and of Redland Home Demonstration / by the Monday Music given by Mn; Wm. Musselwhite
entertaining relatives and a few, seven children, Walter Wanlta Club at 1.30: p. m. Club at an all-day meetsag on and Miss Mary Ellen Dearing and
G friend at a banquet at their home; (wife of CpL Buford Creel who 1s Oct. 31-Junior Woman' Club Wednesday. Nov. 4, In the church the) club chorus accompanied by
in Redland. Mrs. Thompson, the serving overseas), Wilma, Wanda, Halloween dance. I school building of Homestead Mrs. J.' D. Redd will present lev.
former Mildred Cowman, daughter Willeta Willis and Wayne. Nov. J-Meeting of Garden Clubat Methodist Church. eral selections..
of Mr. and Mn. C. A. Cowman Among the many treasured home of 1101.... Annie R. Butler. Mn. Geo. C. Barco of West Members of the chorus art
was the tint white child born In lifts received by Mr. and Mrs. Nov. Meeting of Homes teal Palm Beach, state president will Mrs. H. L.. Brandenburg, Mrs.Mn. .
the Redland District I Thompson was a chest of silver B. P. W. C. at home of M.... Frank be a special guest, and Mrs; H. Gordon Ivey, Mrs. Bevo
The banquet was served on the from their children. Morris. S. Searle, vice-president will preside Webb, Miss Bertha Nil Hau,
lawn, and at IU conclusion a pro. I Quests present Included: Mr. Nov. 4-District Meeting cf at the meeting, which. beginsat man Mn. S. L. West, Mrs. Lloyd
Cram of music was given In the and 1101.... C. A. Cosaman, Mr. and music clubs: in Homestead Methodist 10:30: a. m. Deitz, Mrs. Frank Hausman and
specious living room. Mrs. Clifton cowman and daughters Church. During lunch, which will be Mrs. H. Collier. Special music will
When all had assembled around Doris, Betty and Carol, Mr. Nov. Meeting of Homestead served by members of the W. S. be presented by a trio from the
the banquet table. Mrs. Thompsonread and .1101.... Phillip Beams and P.-T. A. executive committee.Nov. Ie. S. under the direction of Mrs. Homestead banii.
a long letter recently received daughters Ruth and Dorothy, Mr. Meeting of Legion"
from Sit. Walter Thompson, Jr. and 1101.... Robert Lance and daugh Auxiliary In Legion HalL LIBERTY REBEKAH LODGE ENTERTAINS
of the U. S. Marine Corps, her eld. ter Rose Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Nov. S-W. M. U. circle meetings I
'1 ant son who is l serving tome place Donald Thompson and IOn, Ronald : One, with Mrs. G. A. Westat PRESIDENT OF REBEKAH ASSEMBLY
In the Pacific. Later, everyone Mr. and Mr*. Walter Blatt- 3 p. m.; Two, with Mrs J. R.
present wrote a note to be included ner, Mr. and Mn. Paul Sears, Mr. Chambllss, 3 p. m.; Four, with In-honor of 1101.... Irene Millers 1 gift, defense stamp, to the p.....
In the next family letter to this and Mrs. Maxson. Mn. Lydia Mrs. Howard Johnson, 3:30: p. m. of St. Petersburg, president of the ident. The presentation was
I much-missed and much-admired Cossman, Mn. Willard Lewis and Nov. Meeting of Episcopal I Rebekah Assembly of Florida, LI. made by Mn. Irene Shanklin,
+1 member Mrs. Robert Smith of Key West Auxiliary with 1101.... R. G. Huff. berty Rebekah Lodge of Homestead Mrs. Boyd Cohernour and M....
,''I At Mrs. Thompson cut the wedding Mrs. Margaret Otis 1101.... Neva Nov. 0-Meeting of Monday gave a banquet at Bamboo,A. Gorday in light furnished by
cake beautifully decorated Flannlgan M.... Bob Pruitt. Dr. Music Club at home of Mn. Ceo.I Tavern Monday evening. 18 red, white and blue candles.
and dated In silver, George Max. Matthew Torraya, Charles. Gosi- N. Wakefield.Nov. Twenty-five guest were .e.t'l Patriotic reading were given
t I son, family friend and Miami man and Jay Newton. 12-All-day meeting of ed at the tables which were love- by each escort, and the audience
---- Presbyterian Auxiliary at homeof ly with: flowers arranged by Mrs.i Joined in' slng'ng "God Bless

MRS. CLAYTON SEDGWICK COOPER MAKES I Mrs. Carl F. Robinson. I 11. P. McLean. At each place WM America' while the light were
I Nov. IS-Meeting of UniversityClub. flavor which could be used as dimmed.
OPENING ADDRESS AT ART CLUB MEETING! ''a lapel pin. Corsages were presented freshm-nts were served downstairs *
Nov. 18-Meeting of HomesteadP.T. by the lodge to the honor after the meeting.

f Mn Clayton Sedgwltk Cooper. recently painted by members of; A.CONTESTS. guest and to M.... H. M. Degler
world trawler author and analystof the club. noble grand. MR. AND MRS. FORBES ARE

oriental character spoke bril.I Mrs. Hindman, hospitality chairman -I FEATURE After the banquet the state HONORED AT DINNER PARTYMr.
A liantly on life and art In Japan I reported that the Nov. 23, ROTARY ANN NIGHT president made her official v'sit and Mn. Chas. Pratt enter-
and ChIna to member of the meeting win be held at the home] A "truth and consequence'* quiz to the lodge and a patriotic tained at dinner last Friday eve.
Homestead Art Club at its openIng .of Mn. Frank Skill and that Mrs.I, In which losers had to perform was given. In keeping with program nlng for Mr, and Mrs. Jas. G.
meeting. Monday afternoon(Skill and 1101.... Russell Home will I I stunts and winners were awarded the occasion the hall was decorated Forbes, whose marriage was ,a
at the hume of Mr. B. M. Hind be the hostesses. The speaker fore I i I war savings stamps, needle- with American flags. recent event. Mrs.'Forbes is the
man. A Yew art treasures werused "'-that meeting announced Mrs.|Ithreading i and balloon glowing t!I i former Miss L. Jeanie. Campbell,!
to Illustrate the talk. Webb, will be Miss Elizabeth Hall contests and "bingo" featured the After an Inspiring talk by Mrs.Miller !of New Jersey
1101.... Cooper wa Introduced by who will talk on stained glass. I I'ladles' night program of the Homestead -. Mn. McLean tang "Ded.lication" Other guests were' Mr. and Mrs.H. .
Mn. Frank Webb program chair Present were: Mrs. Wro. Gee,I Rotary Club in Legion Had and "I Throw a Kiss in'I II L. Nichols. 1'011' and Mn. J.
man, who also spoke briefly of M.... Frank Hausman, Mn. Wednesday night A quartet com. the Ocean" to accompaniment Hannan, Mrs. J. R. McVean, Miss
acme early American artist ert Katz, 1101.... H. E. Schaff posed of Stanley Wittkop Dr. A.I played by Mn. E. S. Capllnger. Esther Rivlngton. of Munce)', Ont..,
The Rev Robert H. Spear Mrs. Green Rives Mn. C. H. Herb-I M. Logan Ceo. N. Wakefield and The lodge then presented its and Miss Margaret Eadie.

Webb and M.... Maud E. Chandlerwere 1101.... W. J. Clark Mr*.., Geo. M. Frick, members of the
appointed to serve a* a National B. Bird, Mrs. R. J. Hester, club, sang two selection ,I 'I ..-u ".... ,UC' u. ,u..llII,
Art Week committee by I Francis S. Graham, Mist France I Champion balloon blowers were
i' the president, Mrs. Ben Archer. Davis of Nashville, M.... Cooper, Mr. Wittkop In the men's contest
.
The committee will put on exhibit Mn. Hindman, Mrs. Webb, Mrs. and M... J. R. Brooks In the wom. ,! Jack DIXIE DRUG
during that week Nov. 23. Chandler Mn. Archer and Mr.I an' group. .Adrian Jacob won :ea:: .
f 20, a small collection of pictures Spear.I.p the needle threading contest for
J men. Mr. Frick program chairman .I I Phones Ei and $111
"
was master of ceremonies.
SGT JAS. WOLLAM HOME ON FURLOUGH
,
i I Rote and Rotary Ann present: ,
I ENJOYS EARLY THANKSGIVING DINNER were: Mr. and 1101.... Ray Chandler

Mr. and Mn.. W..E..Rheney, Mr.1and

In honor of Sgt. James M. WoUlam lam, who received birthday gifts. Mrs. Brook, Mr. and M.... O.!
of Camp Livingston, La.. who Musical numbers were given by B. Parker. Dr.. and Mrs. Logan, SUPERFATTEDFOR
.is home on a furlough, his moth members of the family. Sgt Wol Mr. and Mn. Wittkop, Mr. andMrs. I DRY SKIN Your Reels jer Beauty
: er M.... M. P. 'Wollam. held her I lam played the piano; John Kuhn, Jacobs, M,: .and Mrs. Frick!, Care. Try te equal this
t !and their daughter, Mn. Canon Fine quality-for thole value Cheese from
annual dinner the
Thanksgiving partyfew trombone; and Robert Kuhn,
with skins, '
I I dry
Malcolm Mr. and cold
Mn.
Frank Rue,i dunning finishing
a week ahead of the regulation the violin and guitar. The Kuhn 1 eats to lime
Mr. and Mrs. '" or skia cream.
Ben Archer Mr. and
date. It wa, however, a real brothers and Charles Fleming sangnumerous I' : A-.Mf
Mrs. Lee H. Lehman Mr. and Mn.! V
Thanksgiving' dinner with an song with guitar ac'
I abundance of the spirjt of Thanks companiment. Chas. H., nlnrM.d bin.Wakefield. 390 990
giving a* well a* an abundance of Present betides those named Mr. Fred ,acetic, t
\ Turkey and "all the trimmings." 'were: Mr. and Mn. L. P. Ken-I Redd, Mr. and Mrs. Max Loaner,' a &aaa "or
( The dinner likewise marked a drlck. M.... C. Champlln Miss Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Geronlmo I
birthday-that of Mrs. Wollam' Dorothy Kuhn, Joyce and Mary their daughter Charlotte, and I Modern Charm 74AA 'A.wdrs.Ifl
daughter-in-law. Mrs. O. J. Wol I Louise Wollam and O. J. Wollam.I)!their visiting nephew Lt. Rothen- PL4OI
.l berg. Mn. J. H. Webster, Howard FACIAL PADS s
Johnson, Tom Hogan and W Y.
CHOIR DIRECTOR IRVING LYON HONORED I Bush. Quick, delightful cleans Give your skin protection
II 11 11IIIR. ing for make-up. from roughening effects
BEFORE HIS DEPARTURE
FOR
ARKANSAS
i of cold and wind. Soft,
AND MRS. IVEY Ile PADS pleasant
GI'E1ESER ROASTMr.
Members of the Homestead sented to Mr. Lyon. I NOW
Methodiat choir and their husbands Those present were; Mr. and I and Mrs. Gordon Ivey were ONLY > 190 390411ir1
;, and wives enjoyed a pot- Mrs. Wm. Musselwhite.:Mr. and host at a wiener roast Friday
I luck supper given at the home of Mrs. Virgil Lyon Mr. and Ma.: I night. The guest were Mr. ana I
/' Mr. and Mrs. D. C. William Fri. H. L. Brown and con Charles, Mrs. John Graves and children,I? -
\ day night In honor of the director Mr. and Mr*. D. C. William., Mr. Kenneth and Warren Mr anoMrs I
Irving J. Lyon, who left for and Mrs. Ivan Moser, Mr. and Wm. Ewing and Mn. Au..
..* position In Arkansas early this I Mrs. Ceo. Estell, Mr. and M.... burn Dellinger and daughter, Margaret 1 MELVIN'S T00TN PASt7'OC I
week. I J. E. Close Mr. and Mrs. Mills, 2/a OZ SIZE

George P.inson: expressed for. Mlu Antoinette Moye and Irving,
t the choir its appreciation for all Harold and ,Don Lyon. bor.SIeStagAfterShave;
that Mr. Lyon has done during I ICE CREAM
For Prompt
ten years or faithful service. Mr. The Homestead Garden Club' Lotion 490
Lyon responded and asked that will hold '.It* first meeting this'
omtlnued cooperation be given toM season on..Monday'afternoon at 3 CAB SERVICEat Made Daily Stag
successor, M.... W. B. 'o'clock, at the home of Mrs. AnnieR.
.t ? 'A gift from the IJ'OUPVII 1'0111"//: Butler, 47 Mowry at1FDr. I' reasonable rates In Our Store Aftcr-Stav Powder I9oPalle


'. ,, coxorrm.ISof : .Leonard W. Raskin'I PHONE 9108 or 389 Lavender
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rs rev C'O.P'OU I ......".... la an 1.- 1 IrsNM
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saMee,ait w Ilee P. M.i Me -.... ". ., I 11 Shoving owl 69
........... .... also ... GLASSES HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE .
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r Rink M M. B. Pass a*. attM.. ..* 'I ICwshtl r. a --. Prest
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p Friday, October 30, 1942 %S .rnu.m:' guv qtmM IJVlttI"rnlJ Pare. Seven



; 1 CHANGE UNIVERSITY IN MEETING CLUB MAKES NIGHT I

The University Club voted Wed. CLASSIFIED ADS
I II
] Social EventsHALLOWEEN I nesday night to bold Ita meetings I
I hereafter on the third Monday of
(,the month instead of on the RATE First insertion 104 a line; subsequent inserttoi

:fourth Wednesday. It voted also H a line

}to do some Red Cross work. ,

DANCE CHAIRMAN REPORTS II"held The'at meeting the home, a 'social of Mrs.one,J, R.I, FOR RENT WANTED

NUMEROUS RESERVATIONS BEING MADE [Rutland, and Mrs. Rutland and
,' Miss ERNEST ROBERTS residence on SECOKD-HAND bicycle In good
\ Virginia Stewart were ho*.
Avocado dr. near Term. rd. Electrically condition. Write or see Capt
: Up until noon Wednesday 891 Black cats, skeletons, lanternsand te .. Mrs. Howard: Johnson directed equipped, 3 bed rooms. R. H. Martin army air base I

eeeervetioos had been made for bright-colored balloon will a program of gamea. Martin Service Station, Krome headquarters bid I., Homestead. t
Present were: Miss Lois Behren .
be used In the decorations. I aV.'at King hwy. o23-n8) (po30-n8)
'the Hallowe'en dance of the Juni. .1 t
*. president Mrs.
According to Mrs. Allen Heal B. M. Hind- p

|"r or Woman' Club, tomorrow night charman: of the dance, profIts man. Mrs. Coma Davis Dellinger f HOUSE for rent in Redland. Furnished WANTED Furnished house-In I

,'la the Chamber of Commerce from the dance will be used J Mrs Ivan Moser Mrs. Geo. D'I ..Brooks, Inc. Phone 78-R. or close to Homestead or air

jjf building, announce Mrs Augustus for Installation of electric fans In,, Ruehle Mrs. Ruth Scott, Mr*. J. (ol8U) base. Capt R. H. Martin, care

'Wynn, president. Most of these the Chamber of Commerce buildIng I, G. Wynn Mr. Johnson, Mrs.' Army Air Base Homestead,

I are for parties of from 14 to 20 to insure comfort at club Rutland Miss Allle Ferguson and I FOR SALE Fla. o30)

/persons each. dance Mill Stewart I

WANTED groves with homes,

'ENSEMBLE CLASS PRESENTS PROGRAM I FRIENDS GI\OWEK.: 'ROSES-19 for l.oo.-&nd only what have you* Wanted to

IE FOR MRS. $1 for 10 EVERBLOOMING: 2- trade nice home for a grove.

AT HOME OF MRS. R. H. FITZPATRICK || Mrs: Stewart SPRINGER Springer was given j, year field grown plants. Shipped Will trade gas station and home
month for
a shower freshly dug GUARANTEED to income lIDO per ,
Wednesday afternoon at'
(T.' The Ensemble Class gave a re- Irwin Hooker, Helen Hooker the home 'of Mrs. Jack Gadway reach you in planting condition grove and home. J. K. Dorn

i'cltsl at the home of Mrs. R. H. Waltz _....... ....._.. Godard In Modello by Mrs. Gadway Mr*. Other bargain offers. Free 226 Halcyon Are. Phone(S2S-023)3-243.
Il! Fitzpatrick on Redlan Road Dorothy Kuhn I Clark Robert and Mr*. Julian An-" rose described in our free fold.

,K Tuesday evening. The program "Green Cathedral" _'_n. Huhn gelinl. er-Send nowl Want loads of :LADIIS' bicycle. W. A. Kissam,

K' wa M follow: Sextette n._ ...._. Donizetti After the gift were opened Ice I cut flowers Then plant TYLER Texaco One-Stop, N. Krome at

b-Alrj Fairies" ___. Spaulding Helen Hooker cream and cookies were served. roses-send fl NOW) TYTEX 4th .Homestead.. (023)

ft Rachel Dodson, Mrs. 'Fitzpatrick "March of the Dwarfs*.._...Grieg Those present were: Mrs S. J. I. ROSE NURSERIES, BOX S32,

> ,"Five Little Melodies" ?' Gaynor Them from "Concreto" Grieg Lynch, Mrs. Ernest TYLER TEXAS. TUTORING WANTED hlg

.',' Louise Strickland John Pope son, James Clark, Mrs. Lawrence--- school and grade school subjects

jfr"Streamliner" _._._ Thomas "Berceuse Jocelyn" _._ Godard Smith Mrs. Ferris Minnerly, Mrs. DETROLA camera, case sunshadeand Mrs. H. J. Armstrong. A. B.

5 f? 'Hunting Song" ..:.__._ Thomas Robert Kuhn (violin) Chas. Pope, Mrs. Paul Loaner and filter. Camera hal fastF Plummer drive and Country
', 3.5 len and shutter, speed
? Jackie Polk "The Chase" _._ RheinbergerHilda son, Melvin, Mrs. Julian and Club road.
'l from time to 1-200 second. Excellent
"Little Tunes" __ Gaynor Dodson daughter, Sands Mrs. Gadwayand

; Margaret Anne Polk Impromptu In A Flat _' Schubert daughter, Mary Elizabeth condition. Reasonably lon IT. "....hlp M .".lh Ran** SS
"March of the Penguina"Holst Frances Rutland Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Springerand priced for person wanting good Fads onnlalnlni S nerve MM or Men V
.
' camera. Apply Leader Enter In tk County of Dad. Sot of Hurt.TtM
;. Ren* Hooker, Mrs. Fitzpatrick I "Down the Road"n........ Dvorak ion, Michael. d.. to<..11.
prise, 14 N. W. Third it. (o23tf .......
Three folk songs __ Traditional "Beautiful Dreamer" Foster Gift were received from Mmim..t of ..'"! nvrrl
'''n'"
the MM crrtlfkal no ta Uw MIM oft
Den Strickland (accordion) I Charles Fleming (vocal) P. Tuccl and Mr*. Earl Crtvey.GUESTS MY heavy Buick car 4 fairly good ,c.W. WII..".
Polka . __, .. Streabog "Polish Dance" .... Scharwenks MrII'l U.lees .M a.rdflr.te .Mil 0* frdww.d
tires, 2 old tire for spare, new according to law th. nraprmt ofHM
t Patriotic. __ Traditional .. h......t M.MMt
song "Hope" Mendelssohn SEE AND SAMPLE battery, master 8 engine. Make f tk.r.1.the will Court M HOUM wdd to done' the 1 ln lMnndir
< Rene Hooker "Finale from Rhapsody" _. Liszt PRODUCTS MADE FROM nON I good farm tractor. Price hero I In the moth of D,:.nher. IMS.which .
,,RockJng Horse" Paul I....
Clarice Dodson U the llh day of Duwnbt*
.' The use of honey in making $50. Dan M. Robert, Roberta Dftttd. thM lath day nf ftrtotor. .....
,
"Sunset" _. ___ .
Paul The guests Included: Mr. and jelly was demonstrated for the: Nurseries E. Epmore dr., Home I K. ?. iKATHKKMAN

Rachel Dodson Mr. Henry Dodson, Mr. and Mrs. Redland Home Demonstration:1 I stead. (018-n8) I Ort Dad of(_*rirruH..1". rVrtda.CMI Ooort..

'long Long Ago" Traditional I Hooker, Mrs. Luther Strickland Club by Mrs.. J. D. Wysong presl.' C-rltajjl i
. Helen Dent, Mrs. Fitzpatrick Mrs. L. P Kendrick, Mrs. Jack FORDSON tractor. Runs and I gTKRIirTr D. alOrt.
dent of the club at held ..
.
a meeting It. IS, SO Mo I. It HI
I; "Valse Brunette" Severn I Polk Mrs. Julia Polk. Mrs. Pope Friday at the home of Mrs. Seymour , looks like new. Also two disc _

Ruth Rutland (violin) Mrs. Floy Watson, Mrs. W. B. Dane. Will sell reasonable Wolfe Auto NOTICE' "TIT'ot'lI

Mlnuette ..........._....__ Mozart I Mill. Mrs. Robert Rutland. Mrs. Mr Dan Wrecking Co., Homestead. MIND LAW
k.'Indian' Dance" L1..u Maclntyre Lee H Lehman Mrs. W. J. Krome. th,* use of gave honey a In demonstrationof cookie and]! (o8tf_ ) I., Iciwd.N.Mlc.doing la hereby kutlaM ulna undo that the" the' fktke.m.,den

"William Tell" ._.._._ Roslnl I I Mrs. A. M. Logan. Mrs. C. H. in julep and served the cookies NICE clean lame tree JOe eachin Ho_food. Fla.. t.,..... to reseteill.
"Brook In the Forest".r.. Holt Steffanl,, Miss Virgil Stewart and julep a* refreshments. ( lots of 50 or more. Mr. C.,, .. sold .... with the ...... ..I the ClIOCo.

Noel Steffanl I I I Doris Ada Dodson Oulda Turner Present besides Mrs. Dane and W. Camp, Bauer drive. Phone I evil ." oDade .....nly.W. 1.40"K. R........'.

"Marching Tune"n, Terry and Robert Chambllss. I Mrs. Wysong were Mrs. Howard I 882-M-2 WHO I" IS SO No' >. .. It4
Greene, Mrs. M. A. Baker Mrs. I
KATHARINE: WEBER a Hallowe'en party Monday evening Ray Isgrig, Mrs. W. D. Mahan I CHRISTMAS vines, rooted; young NOTICE Or APPLICATION

CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Ijolly' i at the home of Its teacher Mr*. J. T. B. McElroy and Mr*. mango tree and papaya Mrs. rim TAX. !..r.>'KKiFll
Mrs. O. Sewell Palmer: ; N .G. Ball 13 N. E. 8th St NotiM h hereby. atthat MarakallWllllamiun
A birthday party was given I Addle McGrlff of Miami. hnWrt .. "eef.o.of City of
yesterday In honor of the I The children came in costume I (aTtf Mouth Miami Ta. ....1Itc-... Nomhrrrd S4.d .
and Halloween and >ud the 1111 day of Jun. A. D. ISM, hMfllrd
eleventh of Katharine game con.
anniversary METHODIST WOMEN GIVE I tenable. Mr. M. A. Berger N Mid Cwtlftato In my nI flr., and has
Klngman Weber; daughter of Ma. test were enjoyed.Refreshments Krome ave and 10th it.. Home.stead. mad npi'ln-allon f.w tau Mod to tau*
'j
WEEK OF I
PRATER PROGRAM nrmrdanr with law KaMCrrtlflrau
jor) and Mrs. Frederick R. carrying out the themes In .
Weber, (m-tf) r..bntu. In* fillowln d*
at Together, the home of her holiday motif were served to those I In observance of a week of!I ..'11.... ,,"'....rtr. .it....... In Dade County
present: Mrs. J. E. Close Ray and prayer which began on Monday .1.,1". to..ft:
grandparents, Col. and Mrs. Ralph LEGAL NOTICES Lot ((. murk t. Franklin Now, Plat
Klngman. Fay Caplinger, Jennie Lou Davis, the Woman' Society of Chr'tlan: %.* I, Par. 14. In the City of froth.
Service of Homestead Methodist f Miami County "f Dade. Slau of .kirlTK -
A Sallie Suber, Marian Anderson and 1 I
grab bag, a punch game, an 4.
apple game and bingo provided Mary Ann Vanden bur,. Church yesterday held an all.-day NOTICE OP AW NATION FOR ', mnmmnt of Mid ..r. orrty undrfI
shoal ..> In the nam* of
meeting in the church school TAX PEED I the Ortlflrat
entertainment. Chapter 17417--Arta of loss I K. of P. ........ .{..I.....'. u._ MMCcrtlflrnl
rP.-T. building File A.IUO hall k. -... ...ortln. U
*
Birthday cake Ice cream and I A. WORKERS ATTEND .. ... ..... .. the
Mrs Dan Williams led the morning ; )lOT'CIIII. HEREBY GIVEN that M E. law, > deed will b lh>
capdy were served. DADE COUNTY COUNCIL '4 Roman. holdrr of Slaw mitt County T.IOrtlllMto 4th day .1 bfvtnhrr. A. n IIMtCtork .
The services from 10:30: until noon, .: No.' mil. Issued the and 4.. Dazed 11I10 111h day of 0.'......'. A.'tl,
children who helped Katharine t.; Representative from Homeeteait and Mrs. Lloyd Field wa in'I of Jun. A. D. 1954, hu ftl.d ..... In mr IHL
celebrate were: Betty'Joy and Redland Parent-Teacher as. raffle. and bM mad application for a ta. F.. H. .r.ATHY.RMAPI,
lee charge of the afternoon pro.r.m.l(deed lo k board th run. Bald Onlflratambrafa of tin-ul tourtia .
,. Janice Lee, Julia Ann Lee> soclatlons to the first Dade County A covered dish luncheon > the following dncrlbtd prnprnyIn | la Oninty rlnrMa..
Mary Lou Harris, Elsie Sprlngfels, Council In Miami on Wednesday was,j the County ot Dad*. SUM of Fit"rid*, Circuit Court ...1
served. werei n. c.
'AIIK.R.:
Special offering owlttII By J. K.
Patty; Robinson, Margaret Gaby, morning heard Dr. Garth Ak taken for mission school In South, of ItH of gWV, of SWU. (M. l0.t 10. ND. I. 11. 10. 11. 1"1

Marian Holmes, Dora Singleton ridge talk on "A Strong AmericaJs America and at home. '
and Frederick and William Weber. "
a Trained America. Dr. Ak-
Katharine will be week-end ridge has charge of vorat'onal! PLATE GLASS QUICK REPLACEMENT

guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. training In the county schools G. A. ELECTS OFFICERS j .
Don Topping In Coral Gable AT WEDNESDAY MEETING: of shattered plate gins hen

'I group Representing were Mrs.the H. L.Homestead Brandenburg Catherine Shackleford was elected I I N.S U RANGE and windows I. assured when
covered of
they are by one our
KEDLAND FIRST AID STATION Mr. M. F. White, Mr. A. president of the G.A.of the First strong Insurance policies Full
Baptist Church at a meeting held
W. Hutchinson and Mrs. Auburn
BENEFITS FROM BOX SUPPER Indemnity I* provided at lowest
Wednesday afternoon at the homeof
Fund sufficient for buying the Dellinger. From Redland went::i Mrs. T. E. Kirby. Other officers possible premium consistent
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagner, Mrs.
Individual tint aid kits for field with a superior service that
chosen
were: Marian Smith,
Herman Helnleln. Mr*.A. L.Camp-
workers of the Redland First Aid .. safeguard you from financialloss.
vice-president Ruth
; Brum, secretary
bell Mrs.
him C. F. Hennington,
Station were raised at the box ; and Ruth Rutland .treasur- Rates and other Inform
Arthur Davis and Mrs. W. H.
social given at the Redland Worn er. Wlnlfrel Danzey, Barbara Uon on requestEDWARD
an' Club last I IMrs. I I Turner, Jr.
Friday evening. Jean Smith and Jane Moon were '
T. V. Moore director ot
named a* a program committeeand STILING
y. W. A. NAMES OFFICERS
welfare for Dade
County, speakerfor Mrs. Kirby was made publicity
the AT FIRST MEETING OF TEAR Alain for AD/aae,
evening, praised the workof chairman. '= BSALTOa
those who are teaching the first Officers were elected by theY Others Cw
I
present were JolyneMock
Phone MI-J Florida City, n*.
aid classes and stressed the word| W. A. at Its first meeting this and Mrs. Chas. Schaffer.' ,

portance of advancing the !season, held Friday evening at the I The next meeting will be held,,.

in that community. She also offered I home of Mr*. J. Lee Smith. Nov. 16 at the home of.Ruth By-|
to assist In Ann Shaekleford wa named .
any way possible,, /Ur". I
in getting the station establishedand president; Frances Rutland vice- GROVE: LANDS-TRUCK LANDS-CITY LOTS-HOMES
I president and Marie Bell secretary -
equipped. ;
MRS. BARNES IS HOSTESS
Mrs W. E. Gaby played piano,I I and treasurer. June Vann Is TO JENNIE LOBDELL GROUP I rrleca Were Never Be Lew-Pte.ly *f Ga"4 Val_

numbers and Mrs. I. P. McLean program chairman; Mabel Ruth Mr*. George Barnes was hostess
sang. ',",,1 Pope, pianist; Marie Bell, Myra Monday evening to Jennie Lobdell I II. A. CAMERONREAL
Bell and Frances Byrd. the social
The boxes and cake were suctioned Circle of the W S. C. S. Mini I
committee: and Dorothy Moon,
by r. W, Stillman. 1 1MU. Lobdell conducted a lesson from' ESTATE

publicity chairman. the study course, "Our Times. I
Miss Virginia Stewart gave the HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA

PALMS ENTERTAINS devotional, and Mrs. Smith talked I
WITH HALLOWEEN PARTY on "Ways the Y. W. A. Aid la I, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bird entertained *1 Os***IU Odd FelleV B.lUInf

The Star class of the Junior department Helping Others. After group the Neighborhood Bridge TeL ".. 71 .**sbUtw4 IM
of the Homestead Wethodtat singing! was enjoyed Mrs. Smith I Club at their home Thursday ]

Church wall entertained with served cookie and cold --'rinks. ; night I.

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Eif'ht: HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday. October 30. 1942


1# Aqueduct Water by Sunday for Homes Redland Halloween School Gives Carnival Husband of Redland Girl Is Missing BIn

; In Key West, Commission AnnouncesNot Recent Bombing Raid Over Europe B

Featuring everything from a -- .. -
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later than Sunday, water]'A. C. Deputy to ResignAs chicken pie nipper to a black face Word that her husband, Lt. In September Lt Schwanenbtk

from the wells near Florida City Chief of Fire Dept. ihow, the annual Halloween carnival Francis X. Scbwarzenbek, 1* missing r was recommended for the Distinguished
will be delivered through the of Redland Farm LIfe School Flying Cross for safely
in action'
Florida Keys aqueduct for Key: will be held this afternoon and was received on ringing back to England his bulletriddled -
;West civilian consumption/ press Resignation/ of A. C Deputy as tonight Monday night by Mrs. Schwarzen.bek Flying Fen-tress chrls.
dispatches from the Island City' municipal fire chief will be submitted The supper will be served In the the former Mis Alma Jan tened the "Alma Jane"for his wife,
revealed this week. I to the Homestead city school' cafeteria from 0 till 9 p m Llndgren of Gould The message after having farced his crew para
If working plan proceed a* council Monday night Business and a pet show popularity con- cam from E. C. Schwarxenbek chute to safety.Graduated .
scheduled, today will mark the conditions were cited yesterdayby teat, boxing bouts In the gymnasium of Nutley, N. J.. father of the from the Universityof
delivery of water to homes and Mr. Deputy as his reason for and the black-face show In flyer.It Miami In June, 1941, Lt. Schr
business houses, but in any event, his deciding to resign the auditorium promise gala en- 1* believed that Lt. Schwar- warzenbek received his wingsat
date of delivery will be not later tertainment. zenbek who was serving with Barksdale, La., last February.
than Sunday. the U. S. army air forces In England He was married In March to Miss
Chlorinating water lines within CHANDLERContinued Local Rationing Board was lost on the recent raid Lindgren, daughter of Mr. and
the city I Ia under the supervisionof : over Europe when three Flying I Mr*. .Carl Llndgren, and went
the State Board of Health. Tworeservoirs ( from Page One) Not in ConsolidationThe Fortresses were reported missing oversea in June.
with 1,000,000 total
November. During the entire month
capacity have been leased for of September applications were local rationing board with
storing water for emergency use, male throughout all Dade County offices on South Krome avenue Violins Made in Homestead'Are Given I
and will be used also until completion -
of the commlscion' storage For tober only there 167 laborers were approximately, and In Oc- will tet-up be consolidating unaffected by 18 the of new the Place of Honor in.New York Exhibit

tank ITS such applications. At present county board, report Secretary
A minimum rat of $3 monthly 1.500 to 2,000 workers are needed, A. R. Meybem. The Miami area Salvage of Cans Urged Heading a display of 150 Ameri
will allow consumers a maximumof
Mr. Chandler, said. board will be consolidated Intoa can-made violin shown by Rudolph
4,000 gallons, it ha been an* By George Wakefield
consumed Several thousand laborers in the headquarter office at 227 N. Wurlitzer Music Co. in New
nounced. For all water '
soutbeactern state are available E. First street, Miami, leaving local -
between 4,000 and 15,000 gallon York the past two week* 'were two
for Florida farm work accordingto boards at Homestead and Three-fourth of a pound of
an additional fee of M cent a Fay H. Hunter. chief of U. S. South Miami only. pure tin can be salvaged from instrument made by Sam J.
thousand gallon win be charged Employment Service farm placement I 400 average tin cans, says George Davis of Homestead. The Davis
fifty-five cent will be levied for
each 1,000 gallon between 25,0001 bureau and the hope had Homestead Pastor b N. Wakefield district salvage violin were, placed on a velvet-
I been advanced that such domestic chairman, who urges every house the
covered table at head of the
and 80,000. and above that figure
1 Installed in Miami wife and food establishment
source might solve the local labor to .
M thousand will b racks containing the exhibit work
cent a gallon ___ ,
problem. 1 I( save the can* for delivery to t
charged. The Rev. collection bin next Bird Chev. of Y maker In *7 states.
Commenting on a new dispatch George H. Ricks, for-: to
Thursday that Gov. R. M. Jeffries mer Homestead pastor was installed -1 rolet Co. on N. Krome ave. Plans One of the violin Mr. Davis
ELECTION of South Carolina had ordered pastor of Northeast Presbyterian j I are being worked out for building displayed wa* made from imported
state constables to arrest all out- Church In Miami Shores I other bin at convenient pointsfor wood whkh he cut by a pattern

(Continued/ from Page One) of-stat labor solicitor "including at five o'clock Sunday afternoon. collection of the can. traced from the original L* Maggie
and 8 and give Miami Beach aseparate federal employment service men." Seven pastors and assistant pastors :: .-Already the,Offloe.-1t of '"Price Sradverius.thev| ; ,was, made,
district. Mr. Chandler said that the dispute of all Miami Presbyterian 1 Administration, ,cooperating ,with from American woodcut, belo
Poll for the general election was precipitated by-Jndependent churches participated in the sere=: the ,War .Production Board has the' Civil War.
Tuesday, Nov. S, will open at T I labor recruiter posing a* federal ice. The new pa/tor was Installed -I,'placed a onefifthcent ceiling on Mr. and Mrs. Davis spent a 'week
a. m. at the old post office building official It wa hi opinion t hat by J. M. Holferty Homestead large tin cans;,In,order .to dieI of study at the Wurlitzer plant,
Homestead (Precinct 113); the situation would hasten the ap- elder, and A. G. Veach,I courage'the practice of telling the Mra.Davi.. ,enjoyed particularly
I Northeast to' beer,and soft drink dealers the privilege granted of playingon
Florida City town hall (Precinct; pointment of United State Employment Presbyterian elder representing cans
I
114): Ilathla store, Princeton (Pre Service a* the over-all both big old and Ma new I to be used for caps. Previously one, of the company' $20,000
clnct 112)Gould; Vegetable Growers .l labor recruiting agency. charges. Mrs. T. L. Hodges ofHomestead as much a* three cent ,had Stradivarius violins.
Gould (Precinct 111); and Foreseeing the drastic labor a sister ;, Mr. Ricks,1.been paid for, large can*. Allen Eaton, director of the departments -.
Perrin. community house, Per-)shortage, caused by diverting presented a vocal solo, "The Lord To ,prepare can for salvage, of art and jjocial work
rlne (Precinct 110). Poll will roughly one-third of our population II my Light" by Oley Speaks/ tops and bottoms should be removed of the Russell Sage Foundation,
close at sun down. ) to armed service or defense Others from Homestead who attended all part washed and dried Interviewed Mr. Davis,with r
Serving on the election board work, and realizing that agriculture -I were Mrs.> Holferty Mia thoroughly, and the cylinder flattened view of mentioning him in a book
will beJPrinceton; J. W. Campbell -I would be the first affected oa Lang and Tom and John Hodge for easy packing. he I* writing.
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clerk, Mrs J. R. Byrum Phil account of the low wage scale,
lip Smith, George E. Deuel, and I month ago Mr. Chandler advanced -,
Miss Estelle Turner, inspectors; the idea of Bahama labor ,
Homestead, Mr T. E. Kirby a* a practical aoluntlon of the

clerk, and Mrs. S. L. Dickinson, problem. Washington authorities TWO JOBS
C. W. Little W. B. Caves, and M. have agreed to the importation if Railroads are Performing

A. Swan, inspectors; Florida City, domestic labor can not be foundto

Mrs. Lloyd Deitz, clerk Mrs. Johns supply the need. 'l/t1 the Life of the !
Becker Mrs. W. W. Severy and ( to Nationi; ,
t Irving :J Lyon, Inspector__ 9, and Wolfe Auto Wrecking, local i

salvage firm expects to load t {
SCRAPPRIZESContinued five car here by that date.

Giving hauling appreciated the scrap for assistancein weighingin 4r \

( from Page One) were Corp. Steven Surlk,
total of 19,048 pounds which averaged I No 1
Corp Jack Ziff and Corp. Edw. I tr t' t ,7 i4
4S6.68 per student. :Waslnski of the motor pool In j
These were no easily won vic Miami. The soldiers' co-operation/
tories. Getting in the scrap was I went far toward helping Homestead '
a dirty and an onerous job, but I. win first prize, Mr. Wake- Speeding (
smudged teacher and field said.

with worked fevesish right up to the PUPIII'to'I OUR WAR PROGRAM '\


win.Mr. Troop must be moved bags
Appetising
Wakefield and his Future T
+
eTer-iacreoamg quantities el .w -
Farmer boy did yeoman serviceat SANDWICHES lions,supplies and war materials must
Homestead and from the first be kept Bowing. This k the railroads' .
grade up each pupil strived to I DRINKS L No. I waMime -.pmeal. J
be on either the "reporter" or SnORT ORDERS
the "scrapper" list. E. B. Blackburn '
was chairman of the Homestead J"

drive, and D. R Snyder wa Unlike other industries, the railroad
in charge at Redland. At Florida DICK'S BAR.B-Q in time ol war take on heavy military t I u No. Z

I City, .Ira. Green Rive, senior dune without giving up their peace-time I .
teacher, directed the drive.
C. 1.1 at Ilk Street occupation. They alone can provide' tbt'
I The departure of the second
,'f "vic ory train" of scrap from Miami Homestead FloridaBuild's' bug extra volume el .transportation required , Maintaining00R
ha been postponed to Nov. to wage a total war but at the .
l same tim must continue to meet civilian CIVILIAN UFEha4dldoo.cMUaBMlsBra

need. That you win taut.is a pretty .
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c f tough assignment < *.

Ma ana4s an.YTIIINQ: 1'0. 'I1 f In performing those two great imam BMC Cnft. feed feel aMrdMadbeend
and doing them wells the railroads are ether asesasln. el ew ekflr He
N BCILOR proving' dispensable to he very lie and egad geminate to mess es key M

A complete line of material continued freedom of the nation during peaecte. ;
A 4 I
?; v for concrete work, a* well The facflitie of the Florida Boat Coast

o0 a* Lumber Paint Hard- Railway like, those ol other railroads are
o d t
warty dedicated Cm ol aD to winning Out war s,
.f MrvhraL B our regular service does '
ar Let xu estimate your build-
.3 .fey : ing need not always com sop to normal peace- I
u time standards we trust you win make

due allowance lor condition JIll our III I

earnest desire to give you and your com
munity the beet possible service the
BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC. tIDII'CJ.nC'Jm permit. .

Limber Hardware Sash, Dean, TltBOMtSTIAD
non a : FLORIDA A SERVICE VITAL TO FLORIDA AN2 THE RATIONI '*




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