Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: November 13, 1942
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00568
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Vol. 31-No. 46 Homestead .Florida Friday November 13. 1942 Price 5 Cents, S






Farm Labor Rates. To Be Fixed 1








At Meeting Here Next WeekU. '





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S. 0. Men, Coming Here. GLOWERS ASKED TO DISCUSS




To Plan Recreation CentrRESPONSE. PROBLEM WITH WAGE BOARD




TO -Schools Inaugurate Victory Corps AT C OF C.BLDG.) WEDNESDAY


For Student War Service TrainingFollowing -


BID MADE BYKLEADERS I Miami conference study to meet the requirement MUST REGISTER for To farm determine labor local memben wage of rate tho

I Monday t' school leaden with I outlined by :Commissioner JohnW. agricultural wage board will meet
Lt. Edward B. Moylan, seventh I .Studebaker of the United State TIRES: ONLY 5 TOCARAFTBNOV.15: with local growers at 10 o'clock

office of education.In Wednesday morning In the Red.
naval district I
liaison
| officer and keeping with Victory Corp
land District Chamber of Commerce
director of training, the national objectives, special attention b being :
high school Victory Corp 1* getting given in both schools to: guidance building. All farmer are
I under way at Homestead and in critlc.llervlcea and occupations urged to attend this meeting and ,
w. R. Darragh of Atlanta, special Itedland Application blank for registration -
high schools. wartime citizenship: phy., to take part in the effort to workout
USO campaign representative, Ceo. N. Wakefleld and D. R. sical fitness, military drill, com of the aerial number of On: leal.
will came to Homestead to con.fer .J Snyder,, corps leaden at Home. (Continued on Page Eight) five tlm allowed..each. passenger' I satisfactory wage
dead According to leading ttowerthe -,'
with Mayor Tin Harris and and Redland, respectively I automobile art iasbrie liana ..tell
I I'conferred with other.school ailing'lour'Wage itt,for
other civic leaden In regard to representitive LOANS tire dMtetr II* Homestead and !
F.S.A.
FOR
( and Lt. Maylan It the"Meting i agricultural workers has been adbnperta
ties establishment here of a USOareewttoq 4n the county school ad. >Princeton Vho h4ve been 4eaig.
: ,, ;causing
that :
center for service men.I ministration.JSuilding..]&At 1{the vrrAI1.cm AIE MteiJnsWtoralic:>v" ., V \ !
Ii teayor I lPWiI'-.Armi present labor .shortage and H labop4.
Harris .
r..t' received a lei* IUcei';program at All lint above five to the car
: ""gram"from Homestead che if'TuesdayMr UafAMhhi meeting. such
Mr. Darragh oo. Wed ; be '
mud
turned IB.to the government -
neajay and"nother : Wafce/ietdt passed on to the students AVAILABLE HEREProduction difficulties cart be ironed out.
saying that be by Nov. 18, warns. E. A.
web of the:Information on Farmers are urged to file their
USO representative would, the corps given by Lt. Moylan. Carter,. chairman of the board. labor needs at once with W.
arrive here "at the first possible A voluntary organization, the of truck crops nee Owners must deliver the surplus R. Bird local representative 'of

moment" to work out plan I Victory Corps' aim I* to prepare essary to supply essential foods Is tires to'the Express Railway Agency the United State Employment
A formal invitation, offering student for war-time service and being stressed by the Farm Security Service, or County Agent Chu. H.
the.
where will receive
to this end the schools are step administration which I* offering they pay- Steffanl In order to avail themselves
ue of the Redland District Chamber I' ping up their regular courses of loan to small farmers ment. In South Dade the office of the agricultural labor

of Commerce building and' petence In science and mathemat- through the office of County of the express company arc located supply now being recruited from
other facilities, was issued USO H.
Agent Chas. Steffanl at Homestead
In the railroad stations of the Southeastern state
by Mayor Harris two weeks
ago. and In Miami.
turned in by
estimates
Last week a local board of directors LOCAL JAIL GETS I Capable farmers handicappedby the various communltlei. farmers Prior to de.
were only a survey
headed by C. J. Farman was I limited finance are urged to No new date has been act for
termlne the labor needs of this
named to work with USO representatives obtain FSA loan application blanks registration of users of kerosene.
I I section, It was emphasized yesterday
when the recreation IMPROVEMENTSGRAND from Steffsnl's office. Speedy action and other fuel oils, It was announced '
Harold Kendall secretary
center la established. Is promised aa extensive yesterday. Registration 'I' by
: pro. of the Dade Farm Bure.1Itwho
County
I JURY ASKS duction of vital crops such as was act originally for Nov. 5, 6 strewed the necessity! for
Sunday Made DeadlineFor snap beam, lima bean, tomatoesand and 7 at local achool building but (Continued on Pare Four)
Truck Certificates English pea I* being empha. Insufficient form were on hand
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to supply applicants.Payment .
sided by FSA.
In line with recommendation
Warning that owner of com, made by the Dade County grand I Special consideration Is being F. HcCRIHHON
tnerclal can and trucks have only; jury, Improvements are now underway given mall farmer equipped and Order Issued
until Sunday to obtain certificate i at the Homestead city JaiL .experienced In poultry raising, asa For Blimp Base Tracts OF TOMATO FAME]
10 cent Increase In chicken
of Commenting the per
war necessity, was Issued this on adverse report
week by H. E. McDaniel, district of the grand Jury which was production for meat has been Orders giving to the Per,
manager of, the motor transport submitted to the court Monday, called for.AIR rine Grant d'b and $ TAKEN BY DEATH
division of the Office of Defense Mayor Tom Harris said: "We have the Model Land Co. for land. Included

Transportation I Ian obsolete building and even BASE PAINT i In the 1,820-acre tract acquired
Owners must have their certificates suggested improvement it by the navy for Richmond Funeral services for Dyncan
not later than Nov. 15 In I I will still be out-of-date. How- .naval air base were signed on1 I Frank McCrlmmon, 60, pioneer'
order for the rationing board to ever we have already begun installation SUIT APPEALEDTO Monday by Federal Judge John tomato grower, were held Wednesday

act upon their applications before I I of new screens, improvements W. Holland. I morning In a Miami fun,
the Nov. 22 deadline. No tires, in the plumbing, and HIGH COURT The action was tiled by Stuart eral home with the Rev Rex
tubes, gasoline or repair part can other suggested changes." Fatten, special attorney, lands division i Wtike. rector of St. Stephen'
be sold owners who do not holeleertItIc.t. South Miami Jail also drew department of justice. The 4 ttwo Episcopal Church, officiating.

.*. sharp criticism but Dade County Appeal to Florida supreme court firms were only two of many Burial w. in Woodlawn Park
home and the county hospital at property owners Involved.IAJOR'S Cemetery with John Campbell,
Kendall was filed Monday io Dade Counts Luther Chandler, T. E. Kirby
Citrus Packers Work won a "generally satis-
factory" rating. circuit court 'against. an injunction Frank Pepper H. H. Hector, L. A.
Sundays During War restraining the Miami Paint LEAVESREWARD Jones, Frank Aufford and F. U

War ers' and Decorators' Union from Herbert. serving a* active pall
Bond Given in Name '
Citrus packing houses will be bearers.Mr. .
enabled to operate on Sundays Of Ensign Eichenberger disciplining members using spray BROOKS. McCrimmon died late Mon.

Just a* oa other day of the week, machine Instead of paint brushes day at his home, IS S. E. SeventhSt.

following a recent decision of the In the name of Ensign Chas. E.; oo 137 buildings at the Homestead BUILDER OF BASE ., Miami after a brief illness.He .

state citrus commission to permit Elchenberger, Jr.. of Homestead, army air base.According came to couth Dade County
inspection of fruit on Sunday asa who wa reported killed in action to testimony offered, 40 year ago form RochelleOs

wartime move.. Sept.. 12 in the Pacific a $100 war the union proposed to tine 20 of Capt. Henry S. Brooks engineerin and wa actively engaged In tomato
The Sunday ban was lifted to bond has been donated to the ch.reof construction of the farming on a large scale
co-operate with government requests Miami Auxiliary of Navy Relief Its members $600 a day for acceding army air base at Homestead, wa until his retirement .several yean

to relieve transportation by friends of the family. to the demand of an army notified of his promotion to major ago. He wa* a veteran of the
and market congestion and to use Ensign Etchenberger'i wife, the engineer for the (we of pray machine Saturday and wa transferred to Spanish American War a memberof
available labor to the best advantage. former Mia Phylll Parman. asked Instead of brushes a* specified Drew Field Tampa, that afternoon the Masonic lodge, Mahl Tem
Sunday operation will.to designate the organization to in the union contract. He has been replaced here by pie and B. P. O. E. Lodge of
be effective only for the duration receive the bond,.'chose: the Navy The appeal which Is being tak. ;E. F McCollum cIvilian area engineer J Miami.He .
Because of recent wage increases Relief as the most en by the law firm of Worley and! from the Jacksonville office I leave: his wife, Mr*. Nellie.l
In war plants the War LaborCommission I charity to receive the Gautier of Miami and by Joseph of the United State Army V. McCrlmmon: a daughter, Mrs.Don .
has been asked to allow plication for the bond IPproPrla"l A. Padway American Federation Engineer Corps. j Elliott of Miami; and threw
operators to Increase wages :lent to the Federal of Labor general counsel will Under Major Brooks' direction sisters Mrs. P. A. Henderson and
U per cent over those of last i In Atlanta, said Mr*. charge that Circuit Judge GeorgeE. the Homestead army air baN was Mr A. M. Dooley of Miami and
January rather than 20 per cent,yesterday. Mr, Brooks headed Holt erred in granting the In commissioned 40 days ahead of Mrs. Marvin: Turnipseed of Albany -
a. previously recommended: '!i the group mak'ng! the'gift 1 junction. schedule. Ga.l' .




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Pare Twb HOMESTEAD' LEADER ANT ENTERPRISE Friday, November 13,1942,t


I Meeting of Gulf and Arctic Streams New Tires RestrictedTo .
Trucks Here
Responsible for Peru's Guano Deposits Heavy OUR MEN IN SERVICE "

-- No new tires will be available .

MEETING-tag __ .__ _ since then Insures a plentiful supply for pick-up trucks and station ..-.-.. .
The reason for the presence of for the duration of the present wagons, it was announced ;yesterday :r
countless myriads of bird that are conflict, be aaid. by Chairman E A. Carter Ensign Froscher HereOn land, S. C. Lloyd was born In)\
responsible for the vast deposits Asked by Rotarian Clarence of the local rationing board. These Visit to Parents Princeton and attended Redlaod?
of guano long the coast of Peru Parman why farmers In the earl y classifications will be eligible for 'schools. At the time of his enlistment -,*

was explained by Frank B. Rue, days were able to average 800 and re-capped tires, Mr. Carter said, i he was employed by Clear] ,
HocDMtcad fertiliser manufacture 600 bushels of tomato* to the but new Urea must be reaervd for Ensign Clarence Froscher who 'Bros. 'Construction Co.

er, in the court of a vocational acre whereas now 100 to ISO heavy trucks with greater hauling baa been serving aa assistant gunnery I' *
talk before the Homestead Rotary bushels an acre Is a good yield"I capacity. officer on a destroyer In tho John Barker1 left Tuesday tat
Club Wednesday noon. Rue Hid This move Is made necessary by South Pacific arrived by plane ,Camp Standing where he will be'
The Gulf stream and the Arctic "In the early days this was'!the lowered allotment of Urea to Wednesday night for a visit with Inducted Into the army, !
Dade County which this month his parents, Mr. and Mrs E. A. J
stream uncontaminated
meet at a point off the virgin by; I
Peruvian coast, be Mid, and millions plant disease With year-after-1 I' was about 40 per cent that of two Froscher.: He has been back .In Elbert West, Howard West rind
of organisms In the warm year of one crop planting, diseases months ago, the rationing chairman -,the States for about a month. Billy Walton have been transferred
Gulf stream are killed by contact crept In. We have no freezing said. 1*, While on board ship. Ensign from Camp Standing to St. PeW
with the cold of the Arctic itream. weather to kill plant diseases' 'Froscher had charge of the antiaircraft ersburg where they are receiving
The minute bodies these but 'BUICK I machine guns,' and be la their basic training in the ground
organisms -1[I once a year, In the early days
float to eo surface and we did have floods that washed -PONTIAC !I'slated' soon to enter a gunners' crew of the army air forces. ,
provide an abundance of food for I away disease fungi. A* drainagewas '!school for further training. I I I .!
the birds, and the deposits at their I I extended, however this periodical ! GARAGE OPENED j jI He was graduated from Annapolis Willard Barnes will report N ,.']
rookeries over hundred of yean flushing of our farmlands ,, and received his commission 17 to Camp Standing for possible
have of : became on June 11 of this year after Induction Into the '
built up one the greatest less and less frequent, BYJ.E.TOEEDYThe army
soured of organic fertilizer In the until now excess water Is taken which he spent brief furlough In .

world. off almost as fait as it falls. Diseases -I Homestead before being assignedto Mrs. W. S. Hathaway Is
BUlck-P-U:;; .
The operations of Axis submarines and the lack of diversification service gar, active duty.; Lt. Hathaway at his station
e e
In the Caribbean have cut I in my opinion are responslble age formerly operated by Preston' I Angeles Mrs. .
down the Importation of nitrate!| for the cut in our yields. We lB..Bird Motor Co.. at Krome ave. Naval Aviation Cadet Clyde former Miss Lucille West Vllllln'1
of soda from Chile and thus cut){ used to pick: 9 to 11 times In a I S. W. Fifth st. was reopened Chambers of Princeton has completed the trip by plane.

f off one of the fertilizer Industry's I season, now we do well if we,'Saturday by John E. Tweedy, who his pr-flight studies at the '. .
'
greatest sources: of nitrogen, Rue,, make four pickln,.." came from Houston, Texas; to University of Georgia and has Among 21 men enlisting
lease the business.Mr. I II been ordered to the naval reserve
aald. In the First World War Rue said that his father once r'
had Tweedy, a native of Canton i air base at Glenview 111., for navy Tuesday was Cleveland l
the fertilizer of ,
potash was Ingredient a crop tomatoes that yielded -
Johnson of Rock Harbor accordIng .
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most curtailed but discoveryof '' 1,100 bushels to the acre. I Ohio. was associated with the primary flight training He la a .j
announcement of Lt M. '
to an
vast deposits In New Mexico] ,Rotarian Ceo. M. Frlck, another service department of Preston B.' ion of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Char. C. Rhodes, Jr., who has charge of'
,
Motor hers and a brother' of the late
local fertilizer dealer rose ..fterRue' Co. in 1941 and made many
recruiting In South Florida
!I talk to credit the speaker acqalntances while here. He has Lt. Kenneth Chambers who was navy 4i
WEATHER
THE with been engaged In automobile killed last summer In a plane accident i i i i iI
being one of the first repair '
Official weather report of the 'I preach diversification of toj' work since 1934. While he In the Pacific. |I Pipeline Pump Station "

Subtropical Experiment I Station, i j and the first fertilizer dealer to" will special! on Buick Pontiac!I i . I Machinist Dies Here "
Homestead Florida. ', introduce manganese sulphate, a Oldsmobile, Cadillac and other, Harold Lyon Homestead Jeweler -
I secondary plant food that makes General Motors cars, he is trained will leave Tuesday for Camp .The body of Ernest Carl Massey, _
Mar ,IM".I IMIn.I, Per. I 110'.1' possible' the successful growing of sn dequipped to do general repairs ,Blanding 47 who died TuesdaIn James 1 j
Nov. 5.. ..._1 I 58 128.1171 I
beans and other on all makes, he said. Archer Smith Hospital after a
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green vegetablecrops
Nov. 8 __' as I 68 12Uli 0.311 I. !
in this region. Mr Tweedy has a wife and a Lt. and Mrs R. N. Snow of Ar- brief Illness, was sent yesterdayby .
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Nov. 7. : Ie I 12 I I
0.011 three-year-old daughter who accompanied .!'cadia, Cal., are announcing the Turner Funeral Home to ML ",
Nov. I. ,,14 I 167 I I 1 i
1,031 him here to arrival of David N. C. for funeral services
Altar Society Elects make their a son, Page, Erie .
Nov. II.. .. .1 I 14 I 67 12uel Ul
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Nov. 10. .......1 183 I 88 :30.001 0.08 Mrs. Pope President future home. /Tuesday morning Mrs Snow Is and burial. ,
The business will be operated the former Miss Eileen Vercoe, Mr. Muse had been employed I
Nov. 11. .... i n I 81 12U2,1r.ce,
under the of BulckPontlae'C.ra niece of four months ..
name Mrs. Lawrence Becker of for the past, as machinist -
I The Altar Society of the Sacred ,.. Taken over with the'Florida City. at the aqueduct pumping
All Hands "Stand By"I I Heart Church met Sunday mornIng lease from Preston B. Bird Motor . station near Florida City. .
A> Storm Shifts Course after Mass to select officers. :Co. Is a large stock of parts and\ Lloyd Cash who enlisted recently He la survived by his wife Mrs.,
i Those chosen were: Mrs Charles !some of the best automobile repair In the United States Ma Bernie Massey three brothers and
Disaster relief committees "stood I Pope president: Mrs. John Gad equipment in Dade County. 'Ones, left Tuesday for Parris Is three sisters. '
way, vice-president; Mrs S. J.
by; schools were closed but linessuspended :
Lynch, secretary; Mrs. F A. Min-
from and men periled and planesevacuated nerly recording secretary; and "Life Death"'
Mrs. Stewart :Springer, treasurer. Beyond
it) ened when this a tropical section hurricane last Frld. areas'l I Present In addition to the new

officers were: Mrs Clark Roberts,
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Casualty and first aid
Mrs. L. C. Smith Mrs Robert
: I at Homestead Princeton and Red. Chafer Mrs. Angelinl and Father Hear N. Wallace gin clear, emphatic Bible answer to per.
land were ready for
emergencyuse Michael J. Nixon. plexing questions on this great subject.
should the storm strike her*.
Plans for the coming year were I
Local children enjoyed an unexpeMpd
holiday, many of them befog cussed.formulated and war work was din SUNDAY, NOV. 15, 7:45 P. 31.
turned back
on their way to
classes by the Joyful news "No
school today1All S. J. Lynch Describes What will take place at the resurrection ,i
workmen employed by Fruiting Ornamentalss.
Cleary Bros bridge contractors,: : ? Do departed loved ones

and by the state road departmenton J. Lynch assistant horticulturist know what is happening in this:
the Oversea Highway were at the Subtropical Experiment -
!a world ? What is meant by Soul
evacuated from the keys to the Stat'on! was guest speaker now

mainland.I Fifty men were removed ! last Wednesday at a meeting ol and Spirit, words used 1,700 times 1 ter
from a section base at the Miami Garden Club at the
Summerland Key where they I I home of Mrs Ralph I. Vervoort.Mr. in the Bible? ,

were beginning construction of : Lynch spoke on "Tropical ',
A of comfort and hope :
the Oversea Highway. Planes st, Fruiting Ornamentals" and emphasized message
the various air bases throughoutthe I the fact that gardens can to all who mourn the loss of loved

county were reported to have be decorative as well as useful '
been flown Inland to places of He described many seldom-used
ones.Miss
comparative safety I{ fruiting ornamentals such as the Sarah Kaplan of Miami, a ,I
And then after all the elaborate blgnay, star apple, jujube caram
preparations had been made the bola black sapote, dwarf avocado Jewish woman, will sing "The Holy

hurricane veered southwestward and mango akee loquat, tamarind City" and tell of her conversion to
and dissipated itself In the Gulf Ceylon gooseberry, flacourUI .
of Mexico. I I ., carlssa and Redland guava.SUBSCRIPTION Christianity. a
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"WHAT AND WHERE IS HEAVEN. ?" Will we Know 1

Leader-Enterprise .._.._..__,_., 1942 each other in'our future life? I j. '

14 N. W. Third Street, THURSDAY NOV. M, 7.45 P. M. '

Homestead, Fla. "MAN'S GREATEST QUESTION IN THE WHOLE.
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I Friday, November 13, 1942'HOMEb"TEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Three t
IJ
I' for Cleveland to visit relative Homestead Red Cross
,
J ; FLORIDA CITY She wa accomupanied by Mr*.
Unit Again at Work
Bf Warren 8eT ry I M. Palmer who ha been visitingher
t In and Ground I- daughter, Mr: W. F. A. Rob- -
I 1 The annual turkey dinner of the ertson. : The Homestead Red Croat work..
I Florida City Community Church I II I room reopened yesterday for making
i I will be held Thursday night, Nov. Mr*. Harry Degler left Tuesdayto surgical dressing .after a
Homestead \\111 ,In the church building. spend 1 few week with her temporary shutdown caused by a
{ husband In Key Watt shortage of supplies announces
r r Word hM been received that Mrs. B. A. Tlbbits South .Dade
I ILen re' MUnimeca, 10 JOunced Mr. and Mr*. Hobart Brockett chairman
Mr* B. A. Tibblt has returned Mr*. Arvilla Booth will spend daughter of Mr. and Mr*. S. Muse of North Haven, Conn., arrived The surgical dressing wortv
from vacation three and a the week-end In Coral G.blet'wlth umeca, died Friday of a rare blood hart week for the winter. room will be open from Monday
ball months spent mo.tl1la Mich; her sister, Mr*. Sam Brundage.Mrs. disease. Mr. Musumeca hat till Friday, Inclusive, each week t
II 'igan.' Ten day of her vacation, farmed here several winters. Mr Wm. Hannah of Princeton under the direction of Mr Lee R.

however, were spent In Toronto, T. A. Holcomb returned arrived Monday for aa extended Lehman surgical dressing chair I
:' Canada, two week la Minnesota Tuesday to her home In Greenville Mr*. Mary Hlgginbotham of visit with. her aunt, Mr*. Aaron. man: she said. The hour are .
I' and three weeks in St Louis where Miss. after a visit of several Miami was wtek-end guest of Gorda,. from 1:30a.m.to3P.m.
tier ton daughter-in-law-,- Lt. week with her mother Mrs. Mr*. Alice Oxland. (I The hours for sewing and knit.
and Mrs. Allen Tlbbits, reside. Lydia Coplinger, and her brother Mr. and Mr*. J. T. Arnold of ting and for getting supplied for
:
Lt. and Mrs. .Tibblt were with and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mr*. Mr*. L E. Fih': b III at bar Hobe Sound and their daughter, sewing and knitting will be from
her at'various times through the 11;. S. Capllnger.. torn*. Juanlta, are visiting Mr. and Mr*. S to S on Tuesdays and Friday
summer and fall. ----- Fritz Schroeder. The materlalawere/ brought
Mrs. Q. Myer underwent an > Mr*. M. D. Ingram' Miami is from Miami on Monday and the
, Mr. and Mrs. W.J.Vlck returned operation Sunday In the Kendall visiting her mother Mrs. L. J. Mr. and Mr*. H J. Derbyshire room were cleaned and made .
last week to South AUapattah hospital. Rhode spent last week In Miami. ready for work on Tuesday and ;
Gardens from AUI..nce, O. " Mr*. H. J. Booker and children Wednesday.The .

Mr*. Earl Cravey left Sunday Mr*. Ted Oldendorf and Miss: work period has been extended -
Mrs. A. C. Easton was .removed for Fitzgerald, Ca, where she will Bonnie Myer of Miami were Sun- arrived this week from Hender- from Dec. 1 through Aprilof
Tuesday afternoon to James Archer visit relatives. dly guests of Mr. and Mr*. Wm. onville, N. c.. for the winter. Mr. 1943, and the Dade County goal
Smith Hospital where she IIcrltleall1.11L E. Myer Booker has been here several has been Increased from "a mil ,
week lion or more" to more than 1.010.
-.:.. Mrs. J. T. Tomerlin is Ill at her 000 dressings. Receipt of gauze for
home this week. The Rev. R. J. Mllllgan of Ml. Mr. and Mr has permitted
C. H. Freeman of 300,000 dressings
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gaffney ami preached Tuesday at the Free
Fort Lauderdale and their 33 Dade County work
daughters reopening
have returned to their winter homeon Methodist quarterly meeting held
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams
Loll and Katherine closed this
,
arc rooms, temporarily
Federal of
the highway north have moved to Homestead here.
camping by the farmer market. summer.
Homestead after a summer at from Fort Lauderdale. Mr*. Williams
their home in Farmlngton Mich. Is the former Miss Leola Mr and Mr*. James Green and,

,Little. Mr. and Mr*. I. Perkins of Vanderbilt .
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ekberg have Mich., are occupying the A WONDERFUL JOB ! !

returned to their home. on Silver : Mrs. Eleanor Robertson returned Tamblyn cott.ge.on on Seventh at. That's what the scrap drive of our schools was.
Palm drive. Mr* Ekberg who
Wedesnday from a visit with relatives The enthusiasm and patriotism of the pupils was Inspiring .
spent the summer in New York in Covlngton, Ga. A league party will be held at to us and made us more .determine! than ever
joined Mr. Ekberg In Chicago for the Community Church Friday to do our Job well.
thpetumtrJP-- .1.I s Jim Mrs. O. B. Hunt of Goulds Is a night at 7:30: o'clock to which all We will buy your scrap. Bring It In or tell ui
I the people are Invited. where to go for it.
young
medical patient In James Archer
Kr*. Aruthur Tracy, the former II
Miss Betty Blake, I I. making a Smith Hospital. Manuel Smith of North Haven, WOLFE AUTO WRECKING CO.

visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Laura Davis; of Wrights I Conn., I* occupying the Brockett I P. O. BOX 796
D. P. Blake, Jr., while her husband vllle, Ga., Is a guest of Mr. and garage apartment on Eighth atreet.i Directly West of Seminole Trading Post
Is stationed at Camp Bland- Mr*. A. D. Smith, her soninlawand S. Krome Are.-Florida City Line Homestead, Fla.
In,. daughter. 'i I Mr*. Fanny Turner left Monday

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Mill Margaret Barger Is .serving , Mrs. Harry Lee Finder of Fort J
as laboratory technician in Lauderdale is working this week
the offices of Dr. Marvin Smith a* secretary In the city clerk's cAt
on Coral Way in.Coral Gables. office.followlng th* resignation of

Miss Barbara ..Do.n.
Dr. Ira J. Haynes, who was Your Service
stricken ill Saturday at his homo Mrs. A. L. Hutchinson and
on N. E. 10th st, was reported to daughter Margot, of Tampa are
be a little better yesterday.Mrs. the guest of Mr .and Mr*. J. A. WITH
Pollard. They arrived yesterday
Geo. Murray spent the with Mr. Pollard who visited with
week-end in Tampa with Mr. and' them briefly while en route from Quality Groceries
Mrs. Roy Johns, her brother-in-' Columbia S. C. Mr*. Hutchinson
law and sister.Ormond Is Mrs. Pollard's
......, I sister
QUALITY, as in nothing else, is so
Cash and Ralph Moon Miss Evelyn'Sullivan of Miami
returned Tuesday from Boca Chics was the guest Sunda,.' of Miss necessary in the food you eat We

I where they have been employed. Ann Shackleford. insist on the best brands for your pro
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Miss Nella Saul has been transferred ! tection and for our continued success.

j from government offices In WANT ADS PAY > And with such high quality you get
Washington, D. C. to Miami Beach
where she will be employed as i real values, as you'll note here.
Junior clerk typist Miss Souls
has been spending this week \tIR' NORTHERN TOWELS..3 for 23c
blng friends in Homestead and
her brother and sister-in-law Mr. HOTELPATRICIA BIRD'S-EYE FROSTED'FOODS

and Mr*. Lloyd Souls, (In South 4 PEAS .-.....Pkjf. JOc
Miami. She will begin work at 1 (Serves 4)
the beach on Monday.J. .

LIMA BEANS.........?.Pkg. .32c
W. English was returned toM 312 S. E. 2nd Ave.
home yesterday from Jackson STRAWBERRIES .........Pkg. 32c
Memorial Hospital where he underwent MIAMI +: (Ready I* Bern)
an operation on Oct. 27.
TURKEYS ..........................._.....Lb. 63c
Spending Armlsice Dar fishing Overlooking bay and river.
south of Royal Palm Park, was a
fishing party composed of Mrs. M. Two blocks from Flafler WOLLAM & KENDRICK

A Mowry, Mrs. Alfred Tomerlln, Street.
Edward Little, George Dickinson,
'jiI Harvey Dodson, and Alfred, Helen Quiet cool comfortable- -ae I Opposite McCrory's Homestead, Fla.

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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND CURRENT' Our (Great America & A&7yvx ,

ENTERPRISE COMMENTBy 20 Years Ago
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AGNEW WELSH i

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and leper Ie A._ w..... sea N. Lsot i .. ::!->
\ strut, Mhos J'Ia. IH souMTf ou AMemcA-- THERE AM " .UlOJUI LUCII .JlCBU ACRE CEVOTIO TO THE .OWIHtf OF rOOO AND TIXTHE CROPS), I DIIIIIIGllUlhIIIIIlllpllii11t1B11IutptlNor : :
"_I.. serer Dayton Beach Observer, AND THERE ARE AEXMJT TWICE THAT MANY ACHE *141C*IMAOOfTIOM.
MARY nUF.LL DJCXtNlOMII. laments that but 6% of the voters ABE DtVOTEP 10 THE GROWINS Of TttfffAlTHOOi / I >, 1121"Su..t
sad .a.mp
of Florida decided that the legislature I I Committeeman R. f.

should -emend the ray |Cave I I. having work don on the

Dvto SUBSCRIPTION eo.."._ .. ...KATESIn .._.____ s100 stitution. Well, the . I town'.treett, especially around '
VutoU .* Dado C.u.Ur_. -_ '1.10 con-I
put the feed In the box and if I the Intersection of Krome andFlagler

wild asses of the pampas didn't i avenues."
Entond: u wand rlM Mill Batter i
MwHl II, ISIS. >t tin pet afflra M car enough to come and eat It, L. KIllian of Kendall, I
)1,_..... 'Iurl,,". leader tile let 01 that U their fault. I I"n.
Hunk 's, 1171. a elected member of the

In 1824, Sunniland. a Florida ,\ltt'IIIJWI'\ I county commission, was a visitor

Red BirdsBy magazine (Hollywood) offered .FJ. '0\\ I to Homestead on Friday where he
prize for essay that should determine made the acquaintance of one of
Annie Mayhew Fll p lrkkOne who THE U" COVfttNMtNT:
were the ten greatest X his colleagues on the board J. D.
10'% or ALL Monty PAID I
I red bird teach comers
day saw I men In Florida history The .
FOR MOVIE ,,CI her blrdltngi how to fly, winner was Mrs. Louise Reuttier, ESTIMATE THAT AEOVT 9OOO4OOOff U.* IMPORTED 9O%Of TMC .
She coaxed them up from twig to of St. Petersburg, who named OPtS ATTEND TMf I"IOYIIlIACM OVER O"O IN'Nil COUNTRY. "Miss Virginia Cameron gave
wr fit_it TAKE OVER TWO YeARS AMERICAN: tNVtHTIVENEM.CMAMCtO dance Monday evening. Music
twig, until from rather high M. a
Henry Flagler Henry B. Plant, W COLLECT MOURN MONEY AT THE 7NAt-7opAY THE U.E. I .
She launched them both. The Napoleon B. Broward, Duncan U. BOX OFFICE TO GUILD ONE Ut1llfltll\ MAKE 95X or m own oVE,X was furnished by a Victrola. Those
i twain Fletcher, A. A. Murphree Dr. enjoying I good time were: Mart.
Just missed the goal She coaxed John M. Corrle William D. Blox- ... an Loomis, Leona Quinlff,' Louis ,
them up to try and try again. ham, S. M. Sparkman Charles D. Sykes, Aldus Matthews, Charles
Haines and George S Candy, THE Children in CourtBr Sheffield, Roy Myrick and J. B.Simmon .
One night I taw her sitting all their rating being In the order HOME *.'* \
alone beneath the caves, named by the majority vote of the Judge Miteola RaUlet.PItOBATlON' "Mrs. F. T. Johnson and little
I thought ''0 little mother bird contestants. Others named were fRONT son of Miami spent Sunday M the
I know how your heart grieves, W. J. Bryan Marcus Fagg, Thomas M.,*.....: agrees If' wen '"raa.-.Iae AND PAROLE guest of Mr*. Johnson's parents, ,
For I have launched my blrdllngi A. Edison Roger W. Babson Parole authorities were surprisedto Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Umphrey."
and taught them how to fly Carl G. Fisher Richard C. Call Farm income this year I* the discover that a first offender -"The first floor walls of the
I know how lonely It the neat, W. p. Duval John B. Stetson and highest In history-about a million who had stolen an automobile was new high school building! are now
when eventide drawl nigh. Barron Collier. dollar above the previous able to reform more quickly than up, and the contractor I* starting
We would not have them weaklings 0 a a high record of 181 g. a chicken thief who was a third work on the second floor." .
I but 0 'twould be sublime Beginning Nov. It all resident With more money and with offender. Many wrongdoer are -"Miss Helen Brooker gave I
II It they could grow down little of the Atlantic coast regions of ,shortage In thing we usually under the impression that they are i card party on Wednesday eve
very night at sleepy time. Florida will begin wearing Identification i spend it for, prices should be punished according to the natureor I ning. Those present were Irma
tags as a federal re higher than a kite according to enormity of the crime com Shaw Velma Shaw, Pauline Mc-
1= Nazi Emigration Laws quirement. the old economic law of supply mitted. Therefore, the average I Duffle, Cecil Hook, Edwin Hook,
.. a e and demand. OPA I* sitting on minor second offender cannot understand H. I. Chapel, Calvin Smith, Julian
History through the age has One need not be surprised at the lid-trying to hold them down. why he Is forced to spenda McDuffle and LaMonte Craw.
revealed that the tyrants, after the almost unbelievable scientific Some things are going up . will longer time In the state reformatory ..''Miss Leona Matthew gavea
.P. once conquering a country with statements mad in Colliers go up. But it Will be I slow rise, than does the Individual who lawn party on Saturday eve
their armed hordes, hive taken Weekly, that by moans of radio so gradual that stocking up or committed a more serious first of ning. The lawn was lighted with
t all the young male and female short wave a steak can be cooked hoarding won't help anyone. fense.. I electric lights covered with Japanese
'j I population with them or shifted while frozen In a cake of Ice: This clearly indicates that parole lantern, which made I very
I them to different conquered lands that the fragrance of flowers can Last week OPA announced boards have not stressed the fact pretty seen. The :amusement
9 lands so that they wlU forget their be photographed. Increase of 10 per cent In men' that the individual Is being treated were field race and other sports ,
It homeland It Is unfortunate that, a a aIn and bo,'* ready-made lults. and not his offense. Such conditions About 40 young persons were
: during this century of civilization: his book "Four Centuries of illustrate that when the parole present. There were four colleges -.
tt the same cruel method Is applied Florida Cattle Raising". GeorgeH. The new taxes are going to put system was first conceivedand represented: Yale, Amherst,
I with more shrewd torturing ..ndIf Dacy says the Industry ii the a damper on a lot of foolish spend tried In practice, sufficient efforts Princeton and Tifton."Accompanied .
i Scientific means, to the unhappy I oldest of Its kind In the Union, ing. A preview of what' coming were not made 'to educatethe by his wife and
Poles and Czechs by so-called civil : i begun by the Seminoles 400 years 1* found In the November excise public to a true understanding son, Dr. J. A.. Smith returned
lied Nazis.Since ago at a time when these Indians tax upping the cost of smokes of its principles.It Sunday night from New Orleans
the Nazi occupation of were a small tribe classed by the and drinks. The old S cent cigar is doubtful whether ninetyper where he attended the American
Poland the annihilation of 700,. English along with the Creeks, I* I -center now. . Bonded cent of all residents in the Legion convention M I delegate
000 Poles has been officially re- a general head referring to those whiskey U taxed 26 cent more United States today have a general from the Homestead post.. .. .
ported. Bessarablan Germans, Alabama-Georgia Indian who In. a pint understanding of the real nature While away the doctor combined
numbering about 50,000 have already habited a vast region with many I of probation and parole. Too business with pleasure and took
creeks and small
been settled In Danzig and The branches thereof. Hat maker are facing a shortage many educators look upon a parole a short course In a large hospital
West Prussia, and many more are industry now Involves a million I of felt. Wild rabbit fur Is as a lenient method which there. He spent two week and II
expected.To worth and a half head of cattle used to make felt, and line rabbits will enable offenders to get off half in study and acquired considerable
a gathering of 3,000 German term "renegades"ISO million dollars. This destroy crops, we can kill two easily. Possibly one of the chief I 1 Information. A tree
student settlers In Posen their Seminoles applied to the bird with one tone by hooting reasons why both parole and probation clinic in connection with the
and
leader said: "The East is not to said to mean Just rabbit are under tire today is school furnished plenty of actual
be a colonial territory but I home- that, I Ia said to have had Its origin that many of the court and law- practice.**
among the tribe
land for the best parts of the In a letter dated at themselves. No more safety razor will fce enforcement officers who supervise -"D. H. Flower returned
German nationality" and on another Towne" In "Charles made for civilian use. Blades, and direct probation and parole Friday from the west coast, where
1788 John
occasion: "The German In ertntendent of Indian Stuart,, sup. however will still be manufac do not understand the deeper we are sorry to say Mr. Flow;
this country Is the master, the wrote: "The Creeks who affair, tured. implications of these humanitarian ors has decided to make his
Pole his servant" the Cherokee towns frequent Use of stainless steel In I long measures. There have been too home. i. ."
At Lodz a "rice-official1" collects by their countrymen are considered list which includes thing from many cases where the offender -"R. P. Kuhn usually step on
whole families of blue-eyed outlaws." as renegadesand coffee pots and knives to farm themselves, M well as their families his motorcycle' for all that It'*
blondes for special camps where a e e machinery will coon be I thing of and the general public, had nb worth but fortunately he was well
they are forced to become Germans Statistic show that of last the past. No copper may be usedIn understanding ot what the officers within the speed law the other
and 1,000 of these are, each year's Florida citrus building from now on. who direct the probation and parole night. Kuhn was riding north on
month, sent to Germany. This best purchasers ranking crop in order our All new farm machinery Is system were endeavoring to the Dixie Highway when John S.
Germanlzation Is most Intensely were: New York, Pennsylvania i I frozen. accomplish. To remedy this situation Lowe backed a Ford truck out of
pursued In Pomerania and Silesia Massachusetts and Ohio. ,i every prisoner and his faml. his driveway. The- motorcycle
where youngsters are forced to a a post a flat transportation fee of I ly should be taken Into the confidence light wert' dimmed, and before
Join Hitler' Youth. Fifty thou Last year Florida marketed S3 per worker regardless of the of the probation officer, he could prevent It'the accident
sand Polish farms and 100 small 48,400,000 boxes of citrus fruit. distance he is hauled, and nonworking so that those most directly" con occurred. The machine wa almost
estates have been placed at the This year's crop Is estimated ..tIT.200.ooo member of the laborer' cerned may thoroughly understand a total wreck, but Kuhn got
disposal of 80,000 families of Germans boxes. If you liked a family are transported free. The what Is expected and required of off with minor Injuries to his
transplanted from Germany. steady Job and could count about worker 1* guaranteed employmentfor offenders when they are placed on hands."
All Poles are forced to work, 40 boxes a minute, by working 75 per cent ot the contract parole, "Chas. T. Fuch. E. P. Livermore -
except children under twelve, eight hour I day with no holidays period with no contract to run J. D. Redd and wife, A. R.
women over forty-five and men It could take you nearly MO less than 10 day I I held In the Urmey Hotel. Principal Livingston and wife, Sam Me-
over sixty. The men Ire takento day, or about two and! three- A telegram from Sen. speakers were Geo. I. Fullerton Klnstry and F. H. Lindeman visited -
Germany but the women remain fourth year, to count them.FARMWAGES. Pepper Inviting Florida 'ClIUd'l federation president; Dr. the Shiinen convention In
In Poland. ture representative to B. F. Ashe, regional director of the I Key West on Saturday afternoon."
This plan of supplanting and special session with the War Manpower Board; Walter] -"J. S. Horton and Roy Murray -
shifting the populations like cattle sub-committee on education and Randolph, president of the Ala i ii returned from Cuba on Wednesday
from one country to another labor wa read by Luther L. I bama federation; E. O. Todd, state morning. Mr. Horton expect .
Is applied without mercy and the (Continued from Page One Chandler of Goulds, Dade County 1 i federation treasurer; John Ford, to go back In a few days."
Nail think that this will solve grower to apply Immediately foi, U. S. D. A. war board chairman. secretary; and R. O. Arnold southern i -"J. H. Hilliard left for the
the complex problem ot minorities farm workers. iln It Pepper pledged himself to regional representative of the government hospital In Milled,.*
In Middle Europe.So A contract covering wag scale, do everything possible to expedite American Farm Bureau Federation. vtlle Ga, where h.'Wm receive
transportation fee and working, I solution of the labor problem. treatment for an acute nervous
let It be. In God' own might condition for the Importation ol The matter of draft deferment H. L. Cox and Harold Kendallof trouble from which he ha been
We gird u* for the coming fight, domestic farm labor wa presentedTuesday for agricultural worker wa discussed Goulds, president and secretary suffering for tome time. Mr. Hil-
And. strong In Him whose cause I I at the Florida Farm Bureau by MaJ. H. J:. Couchman, respectively of the county federation liard' trouble developed while lathe
II ours Federation meeting Miami. head of the occupational deferment were official hosts at the service. . .
In conflict with unholy powers, The major change In the original division of the state selective meeting. Other officer of the: -"Mn. dual Joiner and Mrs.J. .
W grasp the weapon He ha I contract la I clause exempting the service organization. county group who were present E. Davis left Friday for Washington
atven.- .- I farmer from labor obligation More than 7S delegate were were W.It Owens of Goulds treasurer D. C, where they will attend -
The Light, and Truth. and should t disaster wipe out crop present Tuesday at the first an- I and J:. A. Ame' of Red- the Ferlpral-Grand Chapterof
of .....-W'bIWet. rm.j i'Under the) plan, the grower will 1ItIII,1 It1\t\ of,, ft*.(tote. Piss eq. i o4... '8Mhlec\.. the Eastern Star"-


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Farm Security Administration Post- Eleventh Hour Mission I xloiuly: lion 30 years ago and engaged hi
"Are you hurt badly! ?" I fruit growing. He leaves one niece,
Is Awaited by Former Park WardenMr. Is Now Holding Revival i "Never mind us," screamed the Miss Carol Rhodes of Andover, I

driver, "look and see If the tires,Mass. \
-- A revival meeting Is being held 1 are all right"-Ex. --
and Mrs. E. E. Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson have Sunday, Tuesday Thursday and
warden and hostess, respectively had the pleasure of having as Friday of each week at 7.45 p. m.,I!Ernest Theron Rhodes'Funeral
't of Royal Pslm State Park, are guests some of the country's leading In the Eleventh Hour Mission, '.
Stopping temporarily in Home I naturalists and scientists In East Mowry at. and Second av*. Service Today For Presort
stead awaiting word as to Mr. At- addition to hundreds of other announces Its minister N.Wallace. 1
kinson's appointment as assistant lovers of nature who visit the Tonight subject Is "The Bible Funeral services tor Ernest, CAB SERVICE
supervisor under:. Farm Security park to study the tropical section Under the Skeptlc'f X-Ray. and Theron Rhodes, 13, will be held _
Administration with head of continental United States. on Sunday Mr. Wallace will speak at three o'clock this afternoon la at reasonable rate
quarters In Lake Worth. J. A. With this chance for service cutoff on "Life Beyond Death;' Sue Turner Funeral Home with the
Texada, state director has asked by the war Mr. Atkinson was ceeding topics next week are '
for this appointment and ls dally anxious to get into somethingthat scheduled ft follows: Tuesday, Rev. O. Sewell Palmer officiating PHONE 9108 or 389
w expecting confirmation of It. had a greater bearing on the "What and Where Ii HeavenT"; Burial will be In Palm Cemetery 1
-,. The Atkinsons have been at the war effort. The program of the i Thursday, "Man's Greatest Question at Naranja. HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE
park for over ten years and dur. FSA will give him the opportunityhe I in the Whole Bible"; Friday, Death occurred Tuesday after a
fog this time a great many im- desires. "Are the Ten Commandments lingering Illness. I F. O. rUmmer Prop "
provements have been made in Mrs. R. H. Worley who for sev I Out-of-dateT, Mr..Rhodes who was a nativeof I .
both property and equipment. eral winters has helped Mrs. Atkinson 1 All subjects are illustrated by Reading, Pa.. came to this sec. r
One of the early CCC camps was in the care ot the lodge has vivid screen pictures.The .
created to clear up the old burned been employed by the FlOrldi'l Eleventh Hour Mission ;
and widen the hammock'Federation was
area of Women's ,
built from native rock by Mr. Wallace .
trails during this period. i MILl W0Q
look after the property. 1
___ with his own hands for the ,
promotion of the Gospel, and he MODERNIZE
Cash Donations Asked Legion Hall Is Made serves without salary sis pastor. .
For Local School Band Scout Meeting Place Your kitchen will be a Joy
I There was an auto smashup, and to work in with cupboards

Money is urgently needed for Boy Scout Troop 25 will meet the driver was slumped, bloody 1 conveniently arranged. Paint
Homestead school band, ..aldMI'I. and battered, by the side of the walls too '.
the regularly at Legion Hall on S. road. His wife lay In and brighten up the
groaning
a
Adrian Jacobs,
president ot
Krome ave., Instead of at the mu- small ditch.A for added beauty.
the Band Patrons' Association, la
nicipal swimming pool as before, passerby hurried to the man,
terday.an appeal forecast) donations )'e..,I I announces Dr. E. M. Andersen, turned him over and asked an-
chalrmn of the troop committee.
The band receives no financial!,The meetings will be held from I '"" '" "' '''''' '''''''''"''"" ,'''""''' "' "'''
support from the county school TSO till t each Monday nightA I REPAIRS AND SUPPLIESfor
board or any other source, said special meeting Is being Typewriters. Adding Machinesand BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC.
Mrs. Jacobs. Expenses have been
I planned for Monday night when Cash Registers
met far by bake sales Hardware Saab Dean Tools
so concerts Wally Budach a member of John BOB rALLIGANT Limber
and other benefits, but tire G. Salley Post of the American Care Leader-Enterprise FROM: U HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA ;
and gasoline shortages have made Legion, E. B. Blackburn, speech .
unuuunnurnnurwumrnuunm' rwu'vuam
these methods inadvisable.At Instructor at Homestead High I--
this time, f 125 Is due on the I School; Geo. M. Frick, member of i
two sousaphones purchased by the :the troop committee, and Dr. Andersen -I
band and there are other pressing i plan to be presentArcYouSuffcrinJ
obligations, Mrs. Jacobs said. I II
Those desiring to help are askedto
get in touch with Mrs. Jacobs I ? I
or with Mrs. W. B. Mills, director.At .
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Monday night's meeting theWoman' Help Your
Club of Homestead made
generous donation to the band,
Mrs Jacobs reports. Iia t

;'" Miss Laura Ellen Ewing Government!

,Dies in Topeka, KansasWord

trrga
has been received here of tjwwn

. the death Wednesday night ot Miss
Laura Ellen Ewing of Topeka

Kan Miss. after Ewing a week's, a retired Illness. schoolteacher SEEK BELIEF HERE: Equip ,yourself for a position in a v.

was a sister of the late Learn what benefits a ChIro-
H. H. Ewing. She was well knownIn practic Spin Adjustment offers defense office.
Homestead where she had often In easing pain and suffering
visited. Many others, who sought Chi
I ropractic's relief finally, freely
Farm Market Director confess they Wish only that they Nine pupils placed since Januarytwo
Here had come earlier. If each day
Optimistic on Trip
that you delay coming, brings
Optimism ; ;;"good"season' further suffering-why delay ( this week-all with less than

was expressed by Wm. L. Wilson a
state director of farm markets, on Dr.. R. J. Elliott

a visit Wednesday.Okra to Florida. City farm market CHIROPRACTORHOURS three months' training.We .

avocados and a few hamp I
en of squash are now on the tJI .. U; S to I i
market reported Market Manager Evening by Appointment
C. S. Phillips. Okra Is up a little KeCrery Area* concentrate on essentials, in
In price this week, with fancy Phone UlWHOMESTEAD. I
duality selling at W.75 i hamper FLORIDA
and choice at $1.50. accordance with the war time need for
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Earn $400 or $500 in the training



time saved, instead of paying $50 a

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAi TNURSDAYJ

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YeaTl be helping everybody U you amid
weekend trip whenever poMibl That's
the time when trawl facilities are snort
crawd4 tke only time when many war Business
worker and men on furloughs can go. Stanley CollegeMae


Viet HOTEL REDLAND Morris Bid*. Homestead, Fla.

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LIEUT. WILLIAM ALEXANDER ARTHUR ETHEL ERNEST MUEEELL AMERICAN MUSIC IS THEME'OF PROGRAM
I I TO SPEAK sal:
NOV. M
WEDS DORIS CONKLIN IN WASHINGTON Ethel Ernest Murrell,'of the Na.I PRESENTED AT MUSIC CLUB MEETING, I a
I Itlonal. I
Moman'i Party, will speak --

Lieu William Alexander Ar- wore I gown of aqua crepe with 1 lat 8 p. m, Nov 23 in the Woman' A program of American music The next meeting will be held

thur, U. S. N. ion of Mr. and a matching hat and I corsage of Club building under the auspices,I was presented at the November Dee. 14 at the home of Mrs. Frank
Sit. Alexander F. Arthur of Homestead orchids,. while Mrs. Arthur, mother of the Homestead Business! and meeting of the Monday Music Club Hauaman on King Highway, it
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WM wedded Saturday eve. of the bridegroom, wore I ma- Professional Women' Club the ,at the home of Mrs. Geo. N. Wake- wa announced.
nlng to Miss Dorl Elliott Conklln. rine-blue and gold gown, with Woman* Club of Homestead and I field. I Persons who have game, sheet

daughter of Dr. and Mrs.: Coarsen gold Juliet cap and corsage of the Junior ,Woman'! Club. A The room were decorated with music or .magazine to give to

Baxter Conklin of Washington, In orchids. cordial Invitation i* extended the rose bouquet .M..... C. H. Stef- army camp were asked to get la
St Alban Church of that city. When the young couple left public.to attend this meeting fani, Mn. Geo. Frlck Mr*. Keith touch with Mrs. J. D. Redd.

The ceremony was performedat for a wedding trip in the north, Mrs. Murrell, a prominent Mia- i Foulk and Mrs. Wakefield were Those present were: Mrs. A. W.
7:30: o'clock by the Rev. Charles the bride was wearing a suit of mi attorney, will be accompanied the hostess Hutchinson, Mrs. R. E. Edwards
T. Warner before an altar banked bride' blue wool with matchinghat by Mrs. Molk Reich and Mr Mrs. Wm. Musselwhlte tang Mrs. L. L. Hood. Mrs. S. L. West.

with white chrysanthemum, terns and accessories of alligator. Vines Betterly. first and second "Land of the Sky Blue Water ''M.... Lee H. .Lehman, Mrs. W. E..
and palm Among the out of town guest, chairman respectively of the nonpartisan by Cadman and Mrs. H. L. Brandenburg Rheney, Mr*. A. I. Burgreeo, Mrs.

The bride was escorted and llv.n attending the wedding were Mr, organizationwhich cam. sang "Beautiful Dreamer"by Lloyd Deitz.' Mrs. J. A. Elder
In marriage by her father. She and Mrs. W. T. Atkins of Lewes, pains for equal legal right for Foster. Miss Virginia Stewart Mrs. Wm. Musselwhlte, Mrs. H.
Del., grandparents of bridegroom women. Brandenburg.. W. B. Mill.
wore a gown of white satin and the poke on "Event: In the Life of Mrs.
lace made with a tight bodice, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rui. Foster." Current event. were Mrs. VT. R. Bird. Mrs. J. D. Redd.
long pointed sleeves and full skirt sell and Mrs. John Watson of Wilmington SCOUT COURT OF AWARDS J presented by Mrs. Carl Wagner Mrs. O. Sewell Palmer. Mrs. SamJ.

.. with e long train. Her long tulle Del* and Mrs Gilbert TO BE HELD HERE NOV. 24 and Mrs. J. T. Vann. I Davis Mn. W. E. Gaby Sirs.
Veil fell from I coronet of lace Wiltbank of Lewes. The Girl Scout Court of Awards Mr. J. A. Elder gave a piano J. R, Rutland, Mrs. H. Collier Mrs.
matching that in her dreu. Her The bride was graduated from will be held Nov. 24 at 3:30: o'clockat solo, "Witches' Dance" by Mc- A. M. Logan, Mrs. J. T. Vann,
shower bouquet was of white tar George Washington University the home of Mrs. Frank Skill Dowell. Violin selections, "Adora Mn. Herman Marks Mn. E. H.
de !a.. ... I" where she was a member of ChiAeeus leader with the troop committee I tion" by Felix Borowski and "PlayGypsies Gallaher Mrs. B. M. Hindman,
and the mothers of members Em- Mrs. H. L. Johnson Mrs. Bevo
Miss -' as Dance Gypsies" by ,
of the Mary bride Posey Conklin, sister The bridegroom, a graduate of special guests.A merich Kalman, were presentedby Webb, Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs.
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was her maid ofhonor I
She wore a gown of wood I Homestead High School, was] final check-up of merit Mrs. Herman Marks A piano Carson Malcolm, Mrs. Carl Wagner -
violet faille taffeta with I fitted commissioned an ensign at the badge In preparation for the solo was given by Mrs. W. E. Mr*. Clarence Cray, Mrs. C.

bodice, bouffant skirt and three.. United States Naval Academyat court was made Tuesday at the Gaby, and a selection was pre; H. Steffanl, Mrs. Geo. M. Frick

quarter length sleeves, and a Juliet After Annapolis service last December regular meeting with Mr. Skill. seated by the club chorus.: and Mrs. Wakefield.
as a recruit re- After
observation
an game, re-
with
short
cap a veil matching
the dross. She carried an arm ceiving officer at the Norfolk freshments were served to Anne ST. JOHN'S CHURCH HOI DS preparations for the annual Christmas -
bouquet of American Beauty roses navy yard, hewa* promotedto Rheney Katherine Kelly, Margaret 'ANNUAL SOCIAL MEETING bazaar which will be held In

Miss Mary Frances Arthur grade the last rank month of lieutenant and junior Barnes, Barbara Horne The annual parish social melting a down-town bulldng on Dec. 4
was given
ulster if the bridegroom Misses special training Joyce Walker Gypsy Howard of member of St. John's and SThose,'
on a battleship Ruth and Betty Byrum and Con. presnt were: Mrs. Lee
Mary Elizabeth and Nancy Jane He is now assigned to service Episcopal Church wa held Tuesday
ona nie
Conklin. sisters of the bride, and new deittraver which will K. Campbell. I night when a fish fry was H. Lehman Mrs. Lee Fennell,
Betty Stillman will be hostessat Mrs. Ruth Scott Mr. Wakefield,
Miss church lawn.
Fay Griffith were the brides commissioned early i In given on the
December
maids. Their costumes were of the next meeting Approximated one hundred Mrs. Henry Brooker, Jr., Mr. W.

hyacinth blue, resembling that of Before entering the naval academy ...............,-................,........""...- friends and members of the church K. Hans, Mass: Virginia Haa and.

the maid of honor, and they car Preparatory he spent School a year In at Bullls The Calendar were present. the hostess.

ried bouquets of yellow rose his Washington.. --."....--.".-"...
During senior at
year Annapolis MRS. BCRGREEN HOSTESS Mrs. Clayton Sedgwjck Cooper
Lieutenant Arthur' best Nov. 14 Dance
man he was third in command In sponsored by
i TO WOMAN'S AUXILIARY will speak, at. the, dedication of
was Lieut (J.
g) Samuel Davi the regiment of midshipmen Woman's Club of Homestead in
::f( The ushers" ; were: Lieut.' (J. g) Lieutenant and Mrs. Arthur Chamber of Commerce build In:. Mn. A. L. Burgreen was hostess the Simpson Memorial library In
are Miami Tuesday when president
Gordon Greenfield, a fellow officer i Nov. IS to the Woman'i Auxiliary of St.John' .
at -Meeting of University
present residing In
Kearny N.
of the garden clubs of the district
of the Episcopal Church Wednes-
bridegroom Lieut. (J. J. Club.
but when Lieutenant Arthur will be
>) Barker, a former classmate at dty afternoon when plan were special guests.
goes on sea duty his bride will Nov. 1 G. A.
meeting at homeof
Annapolis. Lieut made for sending gift boxes and
(J.)
C.) John return to the home of her Ruth Byrum. '
Hadler and Ensign Kenneth Sim- parentsIn cards to men in service. The South Dade Garden Club
mon. With their swords the Washington. Nov. 18-Meeting of HomesteadP.T. Plans were made also for' the meeting scheduled for Nov. 18
ushers formed an arch under Mr. Arthur left Homestead Fri- [ A.Nov. work meeting which will be held will be held Instead on Dec. 7.

which the bridal couple descended day to attend the wedding and he 19-Annual turkey dinnerof next Thursday at the home-of Mr. Mrs. Joel J. Robinson will be the
from the altar.Traditional returned Monday. Mrs. Arthur Florida City Community Geo.. N. Wakefield to continue hostess.
who had been visiting her parent Church.
wedding marches In Lewe for
were played by the church organ. returned to Homestead several last weeks night Nov. 23-Meeting of HomesteadArt ...., : "IG, ttO .. .,n& O. .. u........
1st Club at home of Mrs. Frank
accompanied by their
daughter,
Immediately following the cer. Miss Mary France Arthur of :Skill.

emony a reception was held at Miami, who had gone to Washington I Nov. 23-Club sponsored addressby Jack DIXIE DRUG Reward
the home of the bride's parent In with her father and had remained Ethel Ernest MurraU at 8 p. mIn Palk Johnsonrhene

Wesley Height Receiving with for a short visit with her Woman' Club building.Nov. .
the young couple, Mr*. Conklin'grandparents. 23-2 -National Art Week II and ltl
--- exhibit of Homestead Art Club

WOMAN'S '' In window of Homestead Furniture ,
CLUB
I VOTES TO USE ALL DANCE Co.

PROFITS FOR BONDS AND SCHOOL BAND I' ..

in to the grocer

Available fund of the Woman1 During the social hour, Mr. Qfl4uRTRxFR'spRoF
mittee heads: Mrs. E. A.
Buchanan
H.
Club of Homestead and K. Foulk, hostess, presented the
all profit advertising; Mrs. A. E. Paul, game of word golf to the club (
from
club-sponsored P ntot ASPIRIN TABLETS
dance will reservations; Mrs. Herbert Katz, Mrs. Katz was awarded first vend too
be prize
Invested In war bonds, the club I
voted at the November ticket: Mrs. I. P. McLean, and Mrs. J. D. 'Perkin .second. You can buy this tasteless, BOTH FOR
meeting J. F.
Hammett, Mrs. B. F.
held Monday night One hundred and Mrs'l Fruit Juice was served. edorles* lubricant that"is
Mrs. Adrian Jacobs,
ti Members and
dollars worth of bonds has already guest present non-habttformin AND
been bought by the club. The refreshment bar at ,were: Dn. Hammett Mrs. Foulk, a. 1100 dependable quickactmg 89ADKHNNi

In response. to an appeal; from I(I dances, It was decided will be Mr*. Perkin. Mrs. Jacobs, Mr. | Aspirin Tablets.
; Mrs. Adrian Jacob, managed by the Princeton casualty I Paul Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Kent,
president of
the Band Patrons' station which will use the profit Mrs. P. J. Franklin Mr*. Katz and
Association the to buy Mrs. J. V.
Down
club voted to divert five dollars 1 necessary equipment. A 1 leMrlnMK
from the profit of each talk on the work of the station The next regular, meeting will
dance
to
help finance the Homestead was made by Mr M. r. Kent be held Dec. 14 when Mrs. Katz
band. school .co-captain, who asked for volunteer will be hostess. / OF MA9NLSJA Qvick REI.SELTZERDoe'

The club decided to Join with workers.Into the Mrs. Kent was welcomed F. MEETS ALL THEM: na uA the Trick I \'
club
as a new, MAW" carttul \\\\11'\11\\\ \
the
Homestead Business and Pro. member. Dr. Leonard W. act of V.S.P.stable For discomfort d\1 toof

Tensional Women's Club and other Mrs. Buchanan i ....H.... h an ......._ end strength.pu"nity headachta .tc,
group of the district In reported 182.08 \I rNM.e OW ......... ..rGLASSES \ ," money. 0'l'r.lndu1Ienu. _...
Ethel Ernest presenting clear profit on the last club dance.' )ton for yo Gives lIew.lIef'3 C ...:::-...
Murrell 9
prominent Mrs. Hammett president urged''I w. I 16 ot a 2S J
MI B.
Miami woman attorney nm M. MI..L via I ;at
and Mr. ,
Vine tint members prepare their tin 'I C...pli ilF 4k Ct.m4MtaM I IK -' ,
dent Betterly of the National second vice-presi Woman'sparty can for salvage and turn them OtMwtart T.ra< I

I In Florida In I program on ." ..." ... ...""............ ".. ... .... . . .. ... .. . ".... .." . .. ,,,,, . :
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"Woman' Right In Florida" to :
be held In the' Woman't Club ASTRINGENTAfter BADS
For Complete Home ; FACIAL
Furnishings
building Noy. 23. daytime cream clean.
Mr' *. Irene Shanklin was named Ing*'use this tingling; astrin. The modern,'eon.*

chairman of the club dance to be 'f fo'1tt:: refresh your skin. lenient way to
SeeSmithGraves its glowing effectand clean and refresh
held Saturday Nov. 14. She will tendency to lessen oili-. your skin. Used
t* assisted. by the following) com t Ties during summer weather. by most womeneverywhere.

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sew rho us I lot deem Made Daily ha OuOwm
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Friday; November 13,1942 HOMESTEAD LEABBR AND ENTERPRISE Paws SevertI'HOMESTEAD

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HIGH SCHOOL NOTES I II! CHURCH NUTICES''''


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JUNIOR RED CROSS AT WORK: student to have i part In this war*I CHRIST
I for freedom. Nov. 15-Mornln.lubjeet: "The AtATZ: rival Insertion It* a line; subsequent tnaerUim'

The Junior Red Cross ii beginning i Assembly wa dismaised after I'More Excellent Way"; evening M a hM

its annual membership!}I the singing of "The Star Spangled subject: "An Analysis of Love".

drive. Because of the large membership -;;l:Banner", HOMESTEAD RENT TURKEYS for Thanksgiving.Place .
METHODISTNov.
our achool organization order Irene
early.
ha been divided Into two MCtlont I TIT WAR-TIME RECIPESThe ject: "Evangelism"PRESBYTERIAN. 15-p-Mornlng sermon sub ATTENTION SERVICE: MEN Shanklin your, Florida City.

-Junior High and Senior ninth grade home ec classes WHITE frame bungalow blue
USED electric refrigerator $SS
High. are learning how to feed a family CHOtCH shutters, 39-ft. livingdiningroom
cash. Virgil D. Lyon. (n3-20)
f Both division are sponsoring according to the war program Nov 15 and 22: -Morning sermon airy porches, 2 bedroom,,

button drive. The button are to which Include rationing of food by the Rev. Marvin T. Murphy of bath, shower, loft garage, hot 6 INCH by 4 inch Barnes Irrigating

be used in making and repairing and a study of food shortages. Chattanooga.IN water, tome furniture. Half. pump. 1,000 gal. per min-

. clothing in the part of the world I ,The second year class la experimenting mile west of Gould on Talbotrd. I ute. Direct connected to 4 cyU
THE CIRCUIT 'nt'aT or Till $25 a month. Tom Smith Box
. where disaster has descended up. with new sugarless RLRVKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or Le Rol engine One Caterpillar
on the people. I receipt and learning how to make FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY 'I 85, Route 1, Miami, phone 4-06881 "1$"' tractor new track. Brook,

, The next project to be : adequate menus in spite of meat I No.In Chancery KIOI.A or visit property Sunday. (pn6) I r Inc., phone 7S-R. (n6-tf)

. taken by the Red Cross under-I shortages.The HILL TO roRKCI,OSR I '
TAX BALE rKRTIFICATH ] BEDROOM for one or two per,
collection of tin cans. eighth grade girl are mak. I CITY or HOMF8TEAD a municipal sons. 944 N. Krome ROSES-10 for MOO-Send only
ave. i iI
Ing play suit which will be at- corporation of the ",... of Florida Plaint I, $1 for 10 EVERBLOOMINO. 2-
:'11. ... THEODORV BAILEY at al. Da.i I .. (nlStf)
r LOCAL GIRL WINS CONTESTThe tractive as well a* suitable for any ''"4..,.. year field grown planta. Shipped 1

active sport wear. ,, NOTICE. la hereby or MASTER siren that*under AI.KNotln. and I' FOR or RENT: 20 acre : freshly dug GUARANTEED to

student of H. H. S. are The seventh grade is getting acquainted h. authority .., the Final Tbrrn of glade land, tone mile east of I reach you In planting condition -
very proud of Mary Ellen Bearing with the sewing machineThe ForMloaur tendered be the Honorable Other offers Free
Paul D. D..... one of the Judges nf the ; highway and 40 acres south of; bargain
who won first prize of (5.00 on girl are making colored 'Circuit Court of the tl'.v-mh Judlrlal I Florida City canal O B. Parker : rotes described In our free fold

the Crusaders' program on WIOD 1 checked pinafore in, preparation,Clrrult.of In Florida that la aartalu and for rauw Dadt In TmintvFlorida. aald'j' Alpine Grove Dairy. (n6-13) ': er-Send now! Want load of

Saturday morning. Orchids to I for their study in the foods laboratory {Court pandlni In which Cll. of HemMead. -. cut flowers Then plant TYLER
Mary Ellen for fine next semester. I a mitnlrlpal eorporatlon nf the i HOUSE for rent In I TYTEX
you, your State of Florida la complainant and Thco.dorua i Redland. Fur- roses-tend $1 NOW!
performance! I Balky at al. ... defendant. I aa Viitihed Brooks, Inc. Phone T8-R ] ROSE NURSERIES, BOX 532,

I The school wa glad to heal: Itha Special Court Matter.an Mid In Charmer d.._. under appointed and by hyIrtua (olltt) TYLER. TEXAS.
CAPT. JERMOAN SPEAKS I Mr. Cossman'i announcement that 1. of, the term. tharaof. will offer I II I
I there will be basket for sale and aril at piihlto outcry to the FOR SALE NICE clean 1: trees 30c eachIn
: a ball team highest and beet bidder for ca.h nt the. i me
In commemoration of Armistice this year with plenty of interschool ''front door of the City Hall In the Cll. of'' Iota of SO or more. Mrs. C.

&ay/ special assembly was held ,, competition. Season ticketsare .'..Honmread. the 7th Dada Hay c...of.,'.I>
'Tuesday. Captain John A. Jer- to be lower In price this year. Mv42 between the hour of eleven o clock. made Into' 2 apt., $2,100 cash. 5e2- 1-2. (lUll)
A. M.. and two o'doch, P. M.. the some '
I nigan spoke to u* on military! but the expense of having these helm a leeel sales day. and the hour the Two iO x ISO ft. lot and house,
courtesy. The main point that I game will be larger.We are leral hour of .. .. the Ml.wine described I I' $2,500 cash. WANTED
property, situate In Dad County lorlda, I
he emphasized was the importance asking each itudent to stand be. to-wltl I Itt j Lot 50 x ISO, house and garage, I II
of being polite always. Capt Jer. hind our team with strong cooperative 4. Rlk I and Tot 14. Hlk 4. I j $3,600 cash. 'AT dairy. married man to work
ROYAL PALM ADDITION. Plat Book ,
nlgan defined courtesy as "ex- support. ... logo '7. : All of this property or part of it and live on farm. Comfortable
pression of consideration for I... I and 4. Blk I. 8ARDFR" ADo i I furnished. O. B. Paiker
DITION. Plat Rook I. once 1&. I for tale. Each place rent for house
others. The student council has deviseda Lot II. Blk I. COMMERCE ADDII I| $23 a month unfurnished. Alpine Grove Dairy. (n3-20)
Mary Ellen Dearlng "White TION. Plat Book I ,.- '7l.rt I
sang new plan for saluting the flag I, Blk. 10. TOWN OF HOME. I{List your furnished house with me. rowboats
Christmas" by Irving Berlin and every Monday morning Each STKAD. Plat Book 4, Bate IILota i Benjamin Warren Morris, registered WANTED to buy-3

"He Wears a Pair of Silver Mings'ly Monday after the student body Is FRS ADDITION.I. 4, S and Plat S. M Book P. WALK.*, pan real estate broker. (pn3) good condit:on, $10 each. South i

Maschwltz-Car assembled b/ the bugle call, a et6ta 'I I Dade Farms, Inc. (no)
t and S. R, L. MORFR ADDI.
Mr. Wakefield
outlined the different home 2-BURNER electric stove
will
room have TION. Plat Book I. pate 141 oven I Ii
program for the Victory corps, an charge of the Bible reading, pray. I'm14.. M and 14. J, U. rRFIT i $300. Mrs. Eva Collins, MOo SECOND-HAND bicycle In good

organization enabling high school i) er, and flag salute. ADDITION.I..... II and Plat IS Poole SEVIII I. pate ADDI.T*. I dello Biscayne drive and Federal I condition. Write or see Capt.R. .

I TION. Plat Book S. peee lit I highway (nlStf) : H. Martin army air base,
............ ........ I..... II IS and SI 8CVILLA AD. Homestead.
a Samoa .......... sided. Mr*. West was appointed POTION. Flat Book IS. pan '0. headquarter bId,.,
The said property aa aforepald. toawther'DETROLA camera, case, sunshade
SOCIAL EVENTS chairman of the children' home with all the ............ h..II.ola. and WANTED hl*>
| and filter. Camera has fastI TUTORING
u......... bet I.
................................... committee. appoeten any sets..ppert.inlns.em acini mime cold. to e.aatbfy I F 33 lent and shutter, speed school and grade school subject

MRS. WRIGHT HOSTESSTO Mock Mr*. Bowen and Mr*. F. D. amid. this detest.Dated nth. day of November A. D. I I from time to 1-200 second. ExI Mr*. K. J. Armitrong. A B,

presented the program m<. cellent condtion. Reasonably Plummer drive and Country
NEIGHBORHOOD
CLUB which GEORGE CBFRTKOF.sn"dai .I
was on "The Voice of
for road.
I priced person wanting good Club
Matter la Ch.ne.rp.IRA
Mrs. Geo. P "
hostess
Wright was ,Faith. C. HAYCOCK I camera Apply Leader Enteri -
to the Neighborhood Club Nov. Solicitor for Complainant.No NOTICE: Appl.I'ATION FOR
on ; Congealed salad, saltines and ( .. IS. SO ST. Dec 4. 114. i prise. 14 N. W. Third st (o23tf) OT Ax DItItO
4. Following the devotional cola were served to those present: Chapter 17467-Acts, of IMS

which wa conducted by Mr 1 Mrs. C. E. Saunders, Mrs. Irwin, READ THE WANTADSGLASSES i NOTICE FOR or TAX APPLICATION DEED NOTICE 1* HEREBY File A-aMU GIVEN that M. K.

Ralph Klngman and Mr. Fred- Mrs. Ben Young, Mrs. Rex Martin, nit in"*? Gorman holder of State nod l.umr *"
erick S. Weber, game and con- I i Node Ii hereby fives that Marshall Certificate/ No. IMH. issued 1:1.::
Mr. Mock, Mr*. Bowen Mrs. I : filed
iWlll.amtoa. holder aa aMlynee of City, oT'linnh of June A D l o. la.
tests were enjoyed. Mr*. Reid Jenny Smith, Mrs. W. B. Cave Miami Tn certificate/............ SI, and has wade application for a ..*
Holmes won the "mystery pack.ae" ,dated the 0th day of IBM has I Slid to to Issued Ih......n. Said Certificateembrace.
and.Mrs. West. ;,i111.d MM Certificate t/B.:., and has I the f.llow1no. described proprrtrUM
by guessing that it contained ,made application, for tax deed to ...... I. County of.. Uad. Star of rhiHda,
The circle will meet with Mrs
defense stamps. Ithereoit In accordance with law aid 1"wilt
Irwin In December [Certificate emkrarea the followlne da.jarrlhed I tES( of sW'4 .t NwVi, S-
Those present were: Mrs. SamJ. I __ _ property, .Ituated' la Dade County. 1 16.17. Town.hlD 66 fculh. Han" ttut
rlor.... ..-..It' .......,01.. S arm more Dr h..
Davis
Mrs. J. A. Rotherham i
LEGAL NOTICES 1 Awalei I Lo'H.. 810rk f. rnnn| || guM. put In the Counts of Dadt. state uC .......
Mrs. Robert Simpson. Mrs. W. E. I I Rook S. Pa.. sIn the City of fourth I to-wit'
Miami. County of Dad. state of Flort. TI..a.wment of Bali pmtwrtu uadjftiflcaw
Gaby, Mrs. Holmes Mrs. Law NOTICE OP APPLICATION I d.. I .the sold ... .... la the name afi
rence Klopp Mrs. Mary Furry, FOR TAX DICED The cumrtit of mid property under C. W. 16 'Its, a.
i ... ............
Chapter I74t7 Ana of loss the Certificate Iowa was I* the name of Unless red: ....In.... ah.n
Mrs. Chase, Mr*. E. B. Isler, Mrs.Chas. Flip A-tSIS K. of P. Udee ,iColoredl' L'nl.emid necording tCI I.... the Property described
Calderwood and Mrs. Web NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai Hair Certificate hall he redeemed accordlnl to. therein "III he sold to the hl"hrol bldd.rat I
F Mann holder of state and County Ta< law. cox deed will t..ue thereon on the : the Court Houm door tea the tI"
er. Certificate No. MIT .....d the Ith day of Ith day il December. A. D. ID:J. ', Mi d.r In the Month of D0..mb t. 1910.
I July A. D IM7. bas filed. some In my oretnis.M sea (Mies. Aa ill ay*. I 1 Dated this iih dar of o.t....... A. D. which; U the Tlh dar ol D .inh.r, 141.
office, and has mada application for a tai Orals W kaaiihaJ. dciaMk I 1841. Dated. this lath ". nf II.......... 1942-
CIRCLE TO SPEND DAY I deed la ... Uiiird thmon. aid Certificate MI | F.. R. UATHr.RUN.1! I r. R. 1.P.:4THtKMAN.ff..k .
AT MISSION STUDYAn .1 ambrarat. the foUowiat dWrlBid property *" k.lpa 1 lUwMBwt toa* whrll I Clerk of Circuit Court. I I of I'Iteuit Court
I. the County of Dada State if Florida, Dade County, Florida. Dade Cotl./ fk..1da.
all-day meeting will be held !, towltli ''Circuit Court eV.lI Circuit Court .a..elSly .
i Lot I. Rlorit' *. K_ Gardena. Dr. B. F. Stebbins i I Sly L. 1C.: PARKER. D. C. N. C. aTERIITT. I C.
Wednesda/, Nov 19, by Circle I I Rubd, Plat Hook t. Pat P. In the I'I'I I On. .... Nov S, IS. il), 27. l>41> ,Or I'. IS I", N... a. 11111
One of the W. M. U. at the homeof I I, County of J>..... But of Florida Dr. L. W. Stebbins I -- - -----o
I The assessment of Mid prnparty ender
Mrs. G. A. West for study.of the aald certificate was In the name ofUnknown HIS W. Flsiler SI. Miami
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the mission book "Pioneering with Unless asks certificate hall to mfcwmnlareordlnc Phone 3-2315 INSURANCE lUBE NO FEARS
Christ in Chile"; A covered-dish to law the property darrll..dthar ,
ln will the hlihr riCE! :: AUTOMOBILE III Insure with u* and rent satis
luncheon will be served. : H''hd blI".11i :; I .
the rtia
at on - ALL ELKS I fled that have "covered"
Plan for the all-day meeting In the month of Dwrntor 1944. you
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:i:::. Ii the 7th day of thwrnitor. 141DaUd \ against all the most common
made Nov. S when circle
were the |, this Ird day of Novtmtwr 11,42. I IB I of Iou! Fire. Auto,
met with Mrs. West. Mrs. FrankIrwn B. LEATHFKMAN came
Clerk .f Circuit Our!. s Burglary, LI.blllty.I.nce
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gave I report .of the W. M.I Dadt County Florida I
U. association meeting In Miami. Circuit Court 8x1 4 ) at your evening paper showshow
II' N. C. STERRETT D. 0.Woo. : EXPERTBARBERING necessary these forms of
Mrs.T. T. Bowen leader, pre-1 .
e. I'. 10. 11.
Insurance are! Don't wait until

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and enjoy peace of mind.
ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK I .

Redland Road between Avocado and B'scsyne Drive I -?__ Sic
EDWARD STILING

Pianoforte and Theory Shave ___ !St I Anal far American AlllaaInaaranra

Shampoo (Vials)-. .__ Sic C. REALTOR
Violin Xylophone Fiano-Accordian i

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:;:', :;; ;;-..........."' '.V"'. ............'.........................v..............."....... .1 air base, and he It U who equipsthe VICTORY CORPS I UviUef committee are: Clarence
ships with ordnance and armament Gray, M. A. Baker, C. L. Ooley.R. .
Base for overseas combat duty. I X. Trotter, Miss Bertha .NU1Hausman.
: Homestead Air 'was Inducted into the service: and (Continued from Page One) Mrs. Mary D. Nettles,
I became Private Frank N. Conrad lea, and other subjects valuable to Min Sue Robinson, Mrs. Alice
'whose home address was 202 Sum pre-lnduction training and community Edwards and Mrs. Dorothy Gow>
News Items mer at, Cresson Pa. (suburb of i services. I dy, each of whom heads a special

Altoona) where be was the lovingson Although no guns are available.l division responsible for definite

(As released..by..Capt. ....Jobs... .A..Jernlgan. .... .. ....puMla.. .....relations...... ..emotr.. .. ...).. of Mrs. Myrtle Conrad. He military drill has been begun at:activities.On .
.................-- -- ---- -- - -..." . ...". ... ... .. ". . i"hit the ball" and negotiated the Redland and courses are being of.ered .I the community advisory
HOSPITAL OPENED companied by two short comedy saws of private, corporal, and sergeant 'I( there in automotive mechanics committee are Geo. Cooper Root
i pictures.Lt. and cam in home as sec applied physics mechanical McDonnell and J. A. Rotherham.
Safety of persons and the healthof ond lieutenant at Lowry Field drawing advanced mathematics, i Members of the Homestead High
Col. Plummer and Capt I !
those persons li one of the first Armament School at Denver In pre-flfght training and other School war activities committee
Brecht and other officers and a ,
considerations of the army and I II March, 1842. In civil life he was:subject which will dovetail Into headed by Mr. WakeUeld are;
\' provisions therefor are much in large 1: gathering of soldiers were a graduate of Pennsylvania State i the Victory Corps program. M. I Miss Lois Behrens, Miss Allis Ferguson -
I: evidence out at the new army air 1 present for this showing, and a" College In business administration}A. Baker U Instructor In these R. J. Heater;Thos 8. Stark
r. b... The spacious new hospital pleasant evening :' had by all. and advertising, and Immediately courses. and Rudolph Gouman. The com-

building is completed and a large II prior to entry into the service was Principal Carl Wagner .la super munity advisory committee has
:: part of the complete equipment I ATTEND M. U..N. C. GAME doing commercial advertising with I visor for Redland and D. R. I not been named yet Mr. Fake-
for it has been Installed under the Transportation was provided WBJK radio station in Detroit. Snyder director. On the war ac- field said.
able _guidance and supervision_ of
and a healthy. happy group of
Capt L. R. Varon, the surgeon of
I soldiers went Into JriiimClnd-saw
the station hospital.Asslslting I
'
"North Carolina tear Miami University's -
I him since dedicationday pants to the tune of 2
has been Lt. John J. Hamley.the .I I ,
to 0. They had fun and "youcan't
medical officer, and Lt Ernest '
E. Falkenburg, the beat fun"The ANNOUNCEMENTThe
officers of the air base are I
There has now
I' the Homestead High
dlnt.llllr'eOft'l now playing
Teasdale
I! R. ,
) ficer. School soft-ball team. The score '
", and the victor will have to be announced I .
There are now several patients ,' .later.LOVELY Preston B. Bird Motor Co.,announces
in the hospital and sick call are I I '
t .
being held dally, and the health I .
of the personnel at the base U being LADIES AUUTE: the leasing of ,its ,garage,' including ,the equip '.. .
Jealously guarded. Quarters .
Here Is real Home
some oew -
have been provided and the nurse ;
stead has won again. When Staff ment to
'I contingent Is expected to arriveon ,
Sam W.
Sergeant Shepherd came
I
the 15th.
'I to the army air base he brought
The authorities at the hospital'along his lovely wife, Vivian A. '
r would greatly appreciate the 40R -t Shepherd-one of those attractive John E. Tweedy ,

nation from the good citizens of Irish type) ladles, who has become .
the Homestead area of such plants':the personnel clerk at the air

4 and shrubs as would help to make b.... She has also become the
the grounds surrounding the hospital teacher of the 14-year-old girls'clap a specialist in Buick and Pontiac service and an
I more pleasing to the eye, and at the First Baptist Churchof I

\ of such would ismes be and reading matteras up1' Homestead. We ask you: whatmore in and carburetion work who
I conducive to the could a family of two do for expert ignition ,
building of the health and mental
our country In times like these
outlook of the patients to be
I
; ed there and nursed to full Homestead can not rightly take
tnat.1 all the credit for out of her Has Reopened
Capt. Varon .
was a neighbor Naranja, came Marjorie,
physician In New York City Campbell, the lovely daughter of
t to coming Into the service. Re !
,
,W. C. Campbell, a "Good Earth"man
received his medical education at I i who took a place at the airbase :
the Long Island College ol Medl. in the civilian personnel sec Buick-Pontiac' Garage .
cine and at New
York University
tion where all who pass by are
{ It la thought that Capt Varon and charmed with the golden glow of!

\ his augmenting, and staff of medicalofficers I I I autumn in her hair and the blue I for General Repairs !
nurses enlisted per of the sky In her eye. Both these
sonnel together with the faculties
ladles say they like working for
\ and equipment of the hospital are Uncle Sam and even like the food On All Makes of Cars
now able to '
properly car for all
at the general mess "most of the
physical ailments from the Irritations time." *
of sandspur to leprosy. (May South Krome Ave, Opposite Legion Hall
: there never be a case of this). e e

I le.- GETS SILVER BAILS FACTORY-AUTHORIZED BUICK-PONTIAC SERVICE
I PROVOST MARSHAL ACTIVE Here .la a record for any one to

Safety of persons and shoot at-Second Lt. Frank N.
property
has also been provided for by the Conrad has Just become First Lt STOCK OF PARTS ON HANDREDLAND

commanding officer, Lt. Col. W. Frank N. Conrad'and has laid
I L. Plummer In his appointment aside the old gold bars for shiny
of Lt. H. J. Brrnnan as provost new silver bars. Lt Conrad Is the
marshal of the base. I ordnance armament officer at the I -.
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Lt. Brennan. a doer has thought ,
fully provided for a full
went of military police comPII-1
Homestead area between \
and 11 p. m. each day of the week '
so that law and order among the: BRAND FERTILIZERSConsult
soldier personnel in Homestead I'
will be maintained. Lt Brennan
came Into the army from
I ton Valley, Pa. (a Huntln'.1
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Philadelphia) where he the
supervisor of the gas 6' .
the public utilities of Philadel.I I

phia. He served "''
as ass'stant! provost marshal at
requirements
Morrison Field and so Is entirely us about your fertilizer -

competent to secure the enforcement I
.
of law and order at the army
for the coming
base and Its environs. .y> year.
*

CONDUCTS Safety of morals Divert has SERVICES been Initiated Due to government regulation and short-

by the conducting of divine _

services Chaplain at the Capt theater Cunningham buildingby ',' ages olf several materials we will not be able ,to

who spoke on "Prayer" and said,
A The effectual fervent prayer of \ make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will ,-
: a righteous man availeth much".
The services were well attended.
This shows that the officers and do our best to supply as near as possible what

men at the new air base realize

that "There is a destiny that I ........... will need.
shapes our ends, rough-hew then you
M we may" and that they want to
ally themselves with that Destiny
Divine


.BASE An work THEATU see and no OPINED play makes Florida East Coast Fertilizer] Co. -

Jack a dun boy"-eo Capt Martin,

the special services officer arranged Homestead Flat.SRC' .
is.o.L- B. RUE Manager ,
the opening of the base f'elephone FRANK ,

theatre on Tuesday evening with
tU showing of "A Yank at Eaton"

featuring Micky Rooney and ae. ---


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