Title: The leader-enterprise
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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: October 22, 1943
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00617
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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' I ESSENTIAL! South Dad*'* Modem general
Second South Dade Man I
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clinic on W. Mowrjr it wen open

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JI .. LOANS (OFFERED for operation next Week:, open
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: houM ,U being planned for Sunday -

4\ > Appointed to Port Board LOCAL GROWERS I Oct. SI, from I,to !$ P. m.

when. the clinic will be open for
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_F; .1" South Dad won a second rep-Grades Study'Conversational Spanish To timulat the local production County*f the commission county ,health.representative service.,

. ,,: V,'. ') talye.CJG the Greater MiamiPore To Aid Latin-American Understanding of tomatoes, Irish potatoes, and Homestead city officials will
: Authority on ')leads,' whenLuthtf I beam and cabbage government attend and will make an Inspection
t Chandler loan art being offered South facilities
).i' wt appointed of
"'. : to the board to reprteent'Coral' If your Ant-grader greet you achool Instructor ,of second year Florida farmer by the Regional The new clinic I is In a bright I T
\: H. In the morning with a cheery,]'Spent* conduct a short oral lee Agricultural Credit Corporation slry'rebuilt structure with ample
Brook ;
Gabln..I. of Peterslast
'' the office
t t"Buenos dls!r and your little pa. .' week WU named to the Grades the Neva School Chaa. Steffenl.To the
per boy murmur ,i'i'I King Cooper doctor county Burling service,
_ leVeDmaa.boerd. a* ,.representai be eligible for a loan, the
PllTt'OW'1IPft1d1' and
I senores" when you I a laboratory, separate reception -
,. '".. i of the county at Urge but don't think :you're"hearing applicant must be an established and v.atment'roomt' andsanitary

1 Mr, Chandler;.Could grower{ things". If just thatthey FUNERAL RITES farmer approved by the USDA facilities for whites and ..
'Who recently, mad his homl'lnCoral are teaching the kids Span- war' board, and must have been negroes The interior 1*, ,..blM
: Gables, i* adviser to the turned down by the Production
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Uh now! with Ivory woodwork. A big sky"
'+, War rood Administration, Dad BID ON MONDAY Credit Association and by his local light numerous.wndowtand the
v To better
I foster a understanding
County budget commissioner, bank He I* required to put upsecurity
of brick and
use permit
of Latin America, Instruction in gUM no
county chairman of the USDA war for the loan. sir to reach every of the
board, and tonsulumt to the War'conversational Spanish 1* being FOR H. K. FOULKFuneral In line with the government building comer
(loitered this year for the Ant time
Manpower Commission. B* 1* .a policy: Increased acreages of The exterior I finished In
to all *
of the
pupil first tix trade
: past president ot the Homestead these four "essential" crop were smooth white stucco with pakl
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Rotary Club and a member of Miss Virginia Steward high services lor Harold asked fat the meeting; of grower green trim. There" a small lawn, '
< 1 i John O.Sailer Port Of the Amert'f Keith roulk..4Q., wore field" by and 'rep'resentative of*,Florida '
set to gT* knd'fhrubberr Pt the
'f '>,' n'L gioiiXj ,,'. br : fa.. afrteMWrtl afeteled and th. War
101 A if rN A.t. Burgreen at 4 p Monday east aide'of the bunding and i
> A native of Florida, Mr. Chandler Food Administration In Gainesville
r 1'1 j afternoon In St. John's Episcopal concrete walk lead back to the
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.t was bom at Fort Drum and Church. Burial followedlit on Oct. 14-18. entrance to the
negro waiting
.,. Fame from Kiaslnune with his R. S. CHANDLER Palm Cemetery In Naranja, Additional plantings of sweet room. Adequate and accessible

J parent, to the Redland District under the direction of the Turner potato, teeburg lettuce, pepper, parking space I* provided at then
Jl on June 10. 1101. H*attended the Funeral Home. cucumber, lima beans, carrots,' >.r of the clinic for the utomo
pioneer Silver Palm school and a NEW PRESIDENTRoy I Apparently stricken with a escarole and eggplant also art' bile* of patient

Miami high school He served (heart attack while on his way desired, It wu announced I E UMI.hment of the cllnlo and
) in World War On with the navy.' Chandler home In his Butomoblle Friday General 1044 goal adopted by purchase of the old HomesteadEnterprise
.., '' Actively Identlned with FloridaI S. ot Florida City the conference, after thorough i
i afternoon, Oct. IS, Mr. Foulk building from Mr and
I (Continued no fag Four) was ,elected president of>he Red- managed to pull to the tide of the consideration of expected labor Mn. Edward StiUng for tt.JOO
land District Chamber Com and equipment shortage call for
road and top the car He wa (Continued on Page four)
merce at the meeting Wednesday higher acreages of food and feed
SELL SURPLUS''night Other officer are W, O. lying on the ground and had been crop and mailed production of
t ; dead for some time when found $25 Donated Dasketball
'Talbott of Goulds first vice broilers and hog
B. of Homestead ,by Homestead police summoned Team by 'City Council,
)resident; Frank Rue
: FARM
: EQUIPMENT I
: : : second vlce-preildent! ; T. by person living near by. "
!'E. Kirby ot Homestead, treasure;i Mr. Foulk was supervisor of 67 The Delta ; Corporation,

1 :, GROWERS ASKED) ,land Kit, Carson of' Homestead,.district inspection one bureau.of the He state woo citrus bornIn REPRESENTEDON which operate dusting plane
here each Issued a
secretary. season ws
.,.1 Atlantic PI. and
was graduated
SERVICE
'.. I Mr- Chandler received the from the University of FLAG permit by the city council Monday
? Grower art being requested to gavel from. A. W. Undgren, retiring Nor1IC.roI.Ina, H here 15 sight tq bullet a ,400 warehouse
qr tilt for sole their surplus' farmmachinery president, who thanked the came on the site of the :city klr
'e' i I:yean ago from Crawford County, Seventy-sis former of
In a form letter issued former officer for their support pupil port.
In
Pa, and 1932 married Miss
this week to every farmer In the and himself to cooperatewith Homestead school who are serving The council made I donation,
pledged ,
Anne Polk of Homestead.
are by County Agent Chaa. H the new officers and directors -,I H* leave betide his wife- with the United State armed 0' $25 to the Homestead 'High
? Steffsni.. In the Interests of the Redland : force are represented on a redbordered School basketball,team which "was
His office will not art as isles District i a 10-year-old. son John Keith; service flag which wu represented at the meeting by
his mother, Mr*. Jennie Foulk of
4 agent for the surplu*'equipment I presented to till school at a recent Coach Paul L. Worl y. A bill
ys Mr. ateffani said but will merely Issued I Fayetteavllle, N. C.l a brother, sssembly by Tom Hodges, was approved for payment of
r Invitations
56 Basil Foulk, U. S. Fort
'a army president of the student council. .
refer prospective buyer to owner $2 4 of ,th. lilted equipment. Vied Soldiers on "Guest Day"Sunday Bragg, N. c.: and a slater. Mr*. A nevi blue star for each new for repairs to Mr*. Willa Ander-
machinery I* not rationed and -army I D. M. McLat" of Raleigh' N. CoActive service man will be added a* necessary son'i automobile which was

v. may be purchased without a pea win be "guest; pallbearer were FredLuffman'of to the whit field, PrInci- damaged In a collision With the
ts' ,jnlt, b* pointed out day" In the Homestead area, andS Miami, R, M. Wfenbiaft pal B. M. Hindman laid. city garbage truck.
Effective Oct. 15, only II piece $ service men and women have of Miami Beach, Paul Cramllng
of new term machinery are now received Invitation to boon dinner , (Continued on.Pan Four). '
t rationed. Application must be in local homes it wa reported -: War Ration BOok.4 Will Be Issued 'I
USO Director W Ward TeSs How Rotary
reads through Mr. Sleffsnl's of- yesterday by
nee for both the rationed equipment L D. Ward. Bridge G Jfg in ImK Oct. 23-29 by Block Plan WorkersIsnianc
s, and for non-rationed Items. The Special Service officer a1 1
Which will lit distributed tillers the field I* l'tIIIaterlnC'lrmt per W, it D. Ward, director of the -
$ev.,1 on a gusts hui: Mft eartthwta sonnel. Mr 'Wart.said,_and the Homestead U. S. '>. and a veteran of W.r'Ration Book Mr*,.A J:. Paul will be hi chargeat
win t* fMuit d for pur- V8O b\maJriae siiMjnnsnla and!Rot rIan. spoke to the Homestead fl; will aiart.tomorrow at Homestead Homestead, Jot.Y.. W. Bathed }.

+ eta*.) Of,am-lalKaal avdprncnt.I notifying those concerned. ''of. the'Rotary Club Wednesday the and Redland ,schools and< at Redland : and Mr*. Roy 8.Chandler .. v
*. MM. final arrangement ] at Florida atAppUcttaot /.
a advantage a small club ha* la .t Florida City town'lid' ft wee '
the development of fellowship.Mr. ; for Book 41. mustpresent
., announced yesterday by Mr*. 1. one Book! I far each new
Mayor.Proclaims Wffecftday Navy Day :Ward also told of the wooers '
;: 'Rotary ha, acre lsbed lathe T,' ,Hammett local gone J4t boat they wish "obtain.. Mach

_ Legion' to Program, at SchoolWMday. :W.bUit' HO..hAwdsq. ae% of bun. Dad*County Drtens* CouncH Book I should have the name. and
: -- ":.s! eaeaw aavreg HiIidto nssssre III black ptaft. Tbt...... .... the fittta of' the owner M IU

', Oct. 87t has been I obey at aasarhaaitlng 1te 'fk-tar.1 lit wa far a now yew* a Jasisjis- to 14 lor almost two coverall* sad
t ...... ..,. Day by May fT. ;fore. ......i of our amid. mighttheworM. 1. M. C. .A. official bi loft mead yew, will ta la tilt h4 of All That whoa* names betrid with
J Barrio of HooMatead. MIff ,Arespsort nd '.,.-...1 04101 (..mss by Oet M she sold. A; B. C aa4 Dow aakad'to re-,
: a sagas pecdraer will lie pmrssrI.. 01111111111111111AS. tile ....... (Mitord .1W; denim Wrtkdar. Ww ,...,. Sleek ....-will be at these pert to aturdays B, F, O and H. f fan
,110',':' tta Jete O. aaBey Port ot the ddOy with a now'.....!: dot a eotrlbuom 11INIa ......... la******* to_ NMJV apc4to*<.. Mmean 1. J: 1C and t. M
" ,|jBlHlni LOws tender tile ..- hnrtncihl fore of naval aft on,I Itd.ardSUN" CI.1'IaiMa City, foes WM a. m. to p. .eoorrow Tuesday;., H .and O W Wednesday .:,
... of Dr. Gee D. Miss ... eomAv W and cr the see. which I* who tad reached bas Mrtf anadvenavy. Mr*. HwMMtl ..... tress :' p, 9 and Ran ,Thursdaya ;
all a strudel sown at drrvtoc bass iM ly tack on' Mr. MUw. we"usable Monday, Oct, 2$. Owes. fH4' y.' T sod V on Friday and ,V. W,
', MM Hens OH. ...... am, .,.., and'W1tHRIA& I to attood taw usiirahg bastes ol Oct, *, regular hour win lie ,JC,' T Mad Z on' Saturday ThaMM
Aw, Mkyorli proclKMttc fatsMa -I I. the port year ta In boom but am* Ida WrtMisy from. I *: n. to ,.. XL ta ...... to scene tai tb* 4y <**...-
.. ',lose tIps United stases Hay'es- n t by rson-in-law, to prevent .oonftict with Khoolsctivute nalM will ta tttan com of
.- vibitod 'NowW (Cteailtmsif3 !1M"r four) .1 =: r'r *. )" HannaM aid efMr IQI.
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LEADER I CLINK ;- THE WEATHER r H. K. FOULK ''.on Cape Sable, std now conj

__ extensive armiiu operation*,!,
i i (Continued From.Page Two) a--OftIrW'o......... .e(1. a.bee.err"...... (Continued from Page One) Goulds. He originated and tougH
"y > AND ENT RPEISE ,were approved on War t) of this -T : of Vote Beach and James WoJ- lueccssfirily for the plan of I "
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f. to lilts year by the county commission Dale Mai. JrU., Bar RAIN lam, Albert Cave and L K, {porting Bahama field hands j
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t. 1.11.5.4 TrMtn .. H-.*" .... Plans drawn by Architect Clarence Oct. 14. 1 I" ,l (129.93ITrace: Bishop Of Homestead. +1 ease the Florida labor abort
at 1M lla.th Con"", J Parman of Homestead for Oct IS _...I ,99 I 159! |tzultl| &0}; Honorary pallbearer were: In addition to his other inti
: = remodeling UM building called Oct K ___ I 811 j tt2\ M\\ Mayor T. J Harris Dr. J. A.Eking vice-president of the
for Ute...apendlture of between Oct 17 -.1 I 83:I I :59 !I2S.Ml Smith Lee H. Lehman E. J. Oyal Co.
r_ ... ",000 .and 5000. The property Oct It ? ,.1 I 80 I .l 12"i .8.l I, E. A. Carter'Charles Cox, J. R The other members of the \
iT MASMaaR LIAC1I acna hat a ,..toot frontage on Mowry Oct. 10 _I 13 I M IBJil Hickion, H. E. Schaff, Harry authority sire) Miami City 'Ma
.,. RJOWrAIT i It and the building is 'S feet by Oct M I II I 87 !29JKTrac | Cooper Frank a .undH ager A. B Curry, Chan C Bl k
.1 n1Aru.L nfCK019011tv. ,39 fast, Johnson, J R. Brooks James 1 James M. Hoffman, and OQ.J
... ad laud, Weston of MiamiMrs. I Price of Miami and John l
I I tober 27 184J ai Navy Day and f. L. Hodges was soloist Montgomery of Miami Beach
; j PROCLAMATION call the citiiena of I
; 5 WIIIC.IP'TIOM ATM upon you
.. at the service This body will )taut
\ Dodo C..q t 1 eat charge<
i TIe t Homestead to take part In ', Il'I eea1..t n.+, C..'.\.O _' sties| (Continued from page One) I of this day through' the many i for Basil the funeral Faults, left'who yesterday came here for;'|seaport developln and( the transportation; county's airpr-fite

4 'i! aLila.et.Nts.Sill. panel at t rate unprecedentedamong channel open to you, and to Join I his station at Fort Bragg Mrs'ties
bwn4 the world' navies, and, In a fitting salute to the United I '
1 r aroM .Iaae mad Jennie Foulk was unable to come -
: rr b It, .. .. ..' State and Hi coodlnatedteagoing
t It. 81 00 9M "WHBUCAS.: by national tradition Navy
117.Emow' .... ... ... aIt on account of illness. Methodist MinisterResumes
the MarineCorps
i I 01.b the recognition the people of might I
I .the United States owe their navy Coast Guard Naval Aviation . PORT APPOINTMENT: Activities]
I It annually mnphaitied by the and the; Merchant Marine.
. :' Squally Days I
setting aside of one day to Reclaim "WHEREUNTO. I have act my j I (Continued From rage One | The .a.v. O. Sewell Palmtt
f .'t I II' Bjr Annie' Mayhew FltiM k .that branch of the armed forces: hand this 27th day of October, fruit and vegetable growing tie!pastor of the First Methodist!

; The brightest of skies are soon THEREFORE I, T. J. Harris. ., 1943"T j says, 'I have been a firmer all mylife ,Church . i overcast, mayor of the City of Homestead i. HARRIS, j ." A* a very young man, he; been. III will resume chargechurch [,
; The wind starts up and the rain hereby proclaim Wednesday, Oo Mayor' City of HomesUid Fla' grew peppers and other product activities. en Sundar.DICK'S ,

f comes fast, --
11- t There's something about that
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1i That's reminiscent of a hurricane,j BARB"ECUE-

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t t chilly, ...
: ; You sort of get scared but that Is1
t i silly, -1|
1 ;; There's much to Ionia and little
f j: to.III'. J 1 e.
: By being atrafd of a hurricane., t)I l
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i For signs of:'Weather you. cast-, .
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: DELICIOUS SANDWICHES
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I shoulrt he '" FOR MORE EFFICIENT SERVICE
i Taken direct to the mortuary" TILLING YOUR I
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TU take nine ,with toe" She ', ;
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October 32, ,1943ROMF.STEAD_ __ LEADER: >WD' ENTERPRISE Par Thwir

Mrs Chai iplin 93 Dies 'i aft Children Jack Q rece Cairo rI
FLORIDA'S PART IN SHAPING Sa NAVAL HISTORY ,
Ma awl
Ugat I Donald Jamee, Annie
Here at Wollam HomeMrs
IS RECALLED IN PREPARATIONS FOR NAVY DAY ('Betty.ie Stepp Jean of her Hendersonvillei mothet Mrs Dee'f tae

Nancy Cordelia ChnmpHn sisters, Mrs. Irene King, Mrs. ,
A* tM nation prepare for 'Jackson gathered together MOO t I district are located In Miami died at 2:1J p. m Saturday, Oct. ,Mettle Jwttua, Mrs, Mary R. Bed- i
celebration of levy bay on di'Tenneean and a, horde ot Indians At Fort Pierce, thousand of It at the horn of Mrs. M. P. Wol- dincfleld and Mrs. Fair McCtU.
17. Floridians art reminded I marched on : sailors, attached to the' navy's lam with whom be bad lived for all of North Carolina, and Mia
the treat part the Everglades selced it front the PenaaC01a'1 amphibious force-the force that I the past 13 years. Her body has Margaret Slepp ot Baltimore: and
t Slat has played In shaping. naval drove- the war vessel I helps take the beach heads a* we been tent to Fulton Spring, Vla* eight brother Grady and Frank
history Currently. Florida Is probably I' stride in victory after the Nazis I fur burial in Walker's Chapel Stepp of Homestead: Boy Stepp,
With a coastline l roger than busier with naval. activity than i.and Jap*-are la training Cemetery by the aide of hr husband U S. army; palph Stepp U S. N.,
aU the rest of the Atlantic inboard any other state In the Union For I I Naval air atlona'of primary 1 M Civil War veteran! who and RocW, Fred, Blaln and
ac Florida! took prominence years the navy's only air station i I importance are located throughout died 31 year ago. [Plato Stepp, |U of North Caroline
in North .America,naval history 'was located at Pensacola, an 1 the state M,.. born Oct. IS .I .. .
from! ChampUn ..M..i................... ..
long before there was a, Ualttl practically all of our top ranking *I'I Navy warship, ranging l.4t, was 85 years and one day ,;
Your
mall patrol veatel to the deadly Dates
States navy aeronautics officers were ,
old at the time of her death. Sheis 1i
et Was I 11! 1585 -337 yean graduated from there i efficient; destroyer escort vceticl survived by: a niece, Mrs. Nora With' Uncle Sam

that Sir Francis Drake 8aO-I! But today practically every blji/i I Out are* safely npw bringing across the our sea mightyconvey under Sears of Kalamazoo, Mich ,i..".................................
Captain Davis, of the
!city and many of the smaller onesare ;
Mrs and Mrs. William
1 British Navy made ,;: the very noses of lurking wolf Chsrnplin FOODS: X Y
teeming with naval building i .PROCESSEP
.fee{ ] st. Augustine an4 plundered ,and ,training or .administration The packs are being constructed at were neighbors 'then both lived Z are valid through" Nov 20.
Alabama
burned the town then und r Tampa, Jacksonville, Panama I In t
headquarters of the commander
... ... MEATS. FATS: Brown stamp
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I' City, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and I
Spanish rule. <
of the Gulf ttrohter and the ,
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tea Daytona Bach.Great J JI ;JC, D, E, F valid through Oct. I"
diet Since that time until Immediately commandant of the aeventh naval, of i ii King Funeral Services
has] following our War of Independence i-r- ----'I I a* has been .the role To Be. Conducted Today ; SUGAR: Stamp U good for Ave .
with J,3ritaln. pirates, I i Florida in past naval history it! ,pounds through October No*.
privateer. freebooter and block- Erben Baby Succumbs 4. playing a far greater one todaya US and H valid through Oct It
ade runners found the many deep To Pneumonia in Miami] part that will loom large inj I Funeral servicesUl fce held.for five pound each for canning.
inlets and small bays here Ide.11,, dealing the future knockout blow for Mrs Dorothy Sue King 34, at Housewives may apply to their
places for miniature naval bases I I Sydney Walter Erben atlxmonthold to our --enemle I t p. nv today by the B.v: W. E local' board tat additional ration
In these hidden sea recesses they sod ot Sgt and Mm Melton, pastor ot Homestead If necessary,
put in for, repairs, supplies ."eSthe Walter Erben and grandson of Ministers to Elect Church of the Nazarene, at Uu t> FUEL OIL Period 1 coupon
distribution of their loot. before Mrs Pauline Insua of Homestead Officers Wednesday graveside In Palm Cemetery! (ttNaranja valid through Jam 3.
their next sallies against the died of pneumonia on Monday. .. Funeral arrangements
Indies ships and their fat, rich Oct. It, in Jackson Memorial Hospital Officer of the Redland District will be directed by Turner Fun- : GASOLINE: A-coupon I load
cargoes Funeral services were held: Ministers' Association win be eral Home for three gallon through Nov. 21
Although a definite campaignwas Wednesday afternoon In St elected Wednesday evening, Oct Mr, King wife of Willie King STOVES: Consumer purchase
launched by the, young 13 Stephen' Episcopal Church in,1 I 27, in the First Methodist Church of Homestead died on Wednesdayat of rationed stoves must be made
slates against the big business Of Coconut Grove, and burial follow I of Homestead The association Dade County Hospital alter a ,with t certificate obtained at local -
jplratinjc About 1780, It was, not ed In Grtceland Memorial park will meet at 9:15 p. m. after the short Illness, She came to Homestead war price and rationing board.
until the, early 18001 that, the in Miami prayer services, announce the eight years ago from Hen- .
I bloody raiders and pillagers;were Sgt. Erben was transferred to president, the Rev O. SeweU dersonville, N. C SHOES: Stamp 11 (in sugar
finally towed and curbed. North African duty "shortly alter I Palmer. . Besides| her husband, she leave: Hook) valid for indefinite period.
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It was )n that era that United the baby' birth here in James
States men-o'-ar came spanking 'Archer Smith Hospital, and his'.
down to Florida's east rand, west wife and. eon, had been making i
coast and one of them pursued their home at 16619 Onaway dr., InMiami
and defeated the brlganttne of with his parent, Mr. ,and
Captain Jose Caspar, alias.,,Ga&- Mrs Philip Xrben.
parllla, alias the "Couer de JJon'. !,Ira: Erben 1*the former Mils:
ll near his Charlotte headquarters Anne McConnell of Homestead.
i on the southwestern end .ot the The baby had been 01 for ,several Y
} state month and was in the .,,It- t ,r ; Yw ,rti
Caspar was one of Piratedom'smoat al he, past nine weekS. PrnUUln..
successful operators "for the, newly-discovered drug con
I years /and took plunder with, fined) largely to military use, was
fcn estimated value of 130,000,000,released by. Dr. Keefer, Boston"penldllta
II during his career ; \ 'I ctar* Anx'a vain at-.
He *as a power,ottwidesprtadInfluence tempt:to, save the.childiejife. :
within the Florida "
I boundaries and in the' many:settlements Local Couple ObservesFiftieth" :

oq the seas adjacent to I I Anniversary:
It, and was. known as a fearless i I i
nan I Friday, Oct .. marked half a
Yet, when retribution overtook I'century of marriage for Mr, end
him and his capture by ,his naval I Mrs. B. B, Pulleit of HometUad. ,:
toe teemed certain. committed I Mr.. Pullen and the former Miss
suicide by jumping overboard I Vlana Morris were born find
from, the quarterdeck of his ship. reared within nine mile of each
His career a* one of the world's I other In Grave County, Ky. but
great pirate still lives on how never met until they were fula
ever, and 1* perpetuated by .nl(They were married 1893 and
annual celebration In his memory i are the parents 6f '.six, children es w?
which 1* marked by a mock invasion :,three of whom are yet living, .,3tlk
of Tampa: Bay 'They aUo have four grand children
With the launching of the War ,
of 1912, Florida again I same fo Mr. and Mr*. Pullen and their
the fore in naval history I'!I family cams to Homestead In
This country military leader I 1920 from Harrison, Ark.. where
feared that the British would attempt 1 they had been in the dairy buti'
an Invasion of the United nets A graduate Of Hale' College -
State by, way of a Florida I'W'WI In' Missouri Mr. Pullen had
), and President:Madison dig 'previously taught school and
patched two army officers-General owned and oper. ttd:9 tobacco
Matthew and Colonel MoKee farm He 1* Kentucky colonel
-to negotiate with the Spanish II'' and baa served at president, of
ruler of the territory for the Homestead Townsend Club
b temporary usa of the northern I,
section by,the, union. i "
,They were given authority..to' Amhuk.nce
,pledge return of the territory; :
when hostilities with the British'I t
'were concluded !I Sc rvicc THESE ARE AMERICAN' SOLDIERS GOING INTO ACTION. tou

I proposal The Spaniards,by declaring countered Feman the i need not worry about their flinching or failing-no matter' what tough

dine a free port, which threatened -'' going they may meet. You can count o them to do what we're askingof

.' seed the Its Union'security.plan Whereupon and mem-!I: them-:to pay, with their lives if need be, the price of victory. But vie

'nine V. S. warships were tentsouthward . tor/cannot be bought by these men alone We've got to pay our. ,share of ,
.
and captured both -
Fernsndlna and Amelia Island, ,the cost'too.. Invest in U. S. War Bonds TODAY.
Modern
Equipment"coMrorr .
which gave the Union Uw naval .
-lose it desired. .
: -
Peosncol played Its Bnt big Twt'iiii
ink In naval atOr) 'In ItH, whca" provide our Asnbulanee'Service' BONDS -
'TH"E. WAR
.seven British warships,.,entered for an JU or injured one for whom BACK ATIACKWITH ,

the harbor and took eontol of the tyou'desire the utmost In comfort ,, :,., ,' (,
*ty; > Every modern prevision for transporting ,
But Andrew-+."Old Hickory"-' the afflicted is furnishedby ,

II; '- our Ambulance and Its trained r This advertisement I It a contribution to America' aU-out .war effort by . a,
s. L. KendrkkIUTICE personnel. Charges, are moat
r"t, ; or TSFt \, ..Tasji.Me.f ',,' !,. b" !* P'RAY'$ ; ) & SUPPLY; STORE SMITH-GRAVB6 FURNITURE 'CO.,

!!"' rCACKMHli Twaer Heateslead. IU.. MoamiMd- .' FU..

;;, .r oaed,.Oerttfieatw; aetaeerledsed aa4 souses sad .de...... 'F.R iaI' lime: ", 0 r REDD'S DRY CLEANERS t 'J

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Psge Font HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE .". ._ &tober 22. 19fj I'
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Warren Morris, fireman
"" """ !,OCS Graduates British General's Son .
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class and *lrtrMumate.. IT

1"1010" OUR MEN IN 81 ER''VI'CE' 1:S.Salomon N.. arrived, lid., to Wednesday spend ;a Short from j!,Recently Stationed at Homestead Field ',;

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leave with his parents, Mr anal! .--
I .;;....-. -- i Mr*. Benjamin Wariest Morrlt 1 O/C John T. Caulfeitd, formerly Artillery H* wt educated In "r
'Warren was a ionic at Home-j, of Homestead meld made hlfjlorr England and wjm hit B. A. and
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itl r PFC. ROBERT AMES t I Pvt Felton Brannen, ion of M{. 'lead High School when he enlisted .1' 'M. A. at Oxford Cnlvenlty H*",,
be graduated att '
when was
.land I Mr Alee Erannen of Homestead -:i Mar. 21 in tht navy lose Oct. II hat traveled widely and speak .'
r U ON MANEUVERS It serving In bid la u a .,received bit boot training in :Jacksonville -;from second Officer lieutenant Candidate M School to1''language fluently .
---- 'I and recenUt completed'' "
communication lineman with Miami Beach. Caulfelld ll the;: U Caulfeild was one of the ty
\ Iit { the U S. Army lilt two brother :1 1* week of training at Morehead;i,ton of a British general, and he,I men In bit class at OCS On the ',+
also are .to the armed aervtcet.Pfc I State Teacher College In :NortI -, lieutenant Irk the eve of hit graduation he said to it
'was formerly ,
I Archie Brknnett U stationed I bead, Ky, before being transferred -.British army.Lt I a gathering of hit friend In Coral J((1
t ] with the army at Camp White to the Maryland station i iI CaulMld who baa been atlgned *-' Cable: "1 am proud to carry oa \'
Ore and Emory Brannen, seaman my father great profession under ..:;
second class, U. S. W. it I Pvt and Mn, Leonard Greer1! to duty In Washington D'I the American flag Teamwork .,
,I I training at Sanford, Fit. and their Infant daughter, Carol C.. WM Stationed for three between out two great countries ')
tlaine left Monday fur Camp:this wring at the toe.ll1.ld
I U the foundation on whlciUt' "tiworid'r
; TlUt Ill, where they win makti ht was t
; I futur* will be built
Pfc. Harry Pierce ha* bee their time for the time being i iPvt baric training it the Second OTU. ,
!. transferred, la Camp Claiborne Oreer has been spending al I! Be was alto motive In the Moral !
\ 1" s La. after having been on extenilve furlough her with bit wit and Re-armament program to.,.which- Former Pastor Recalled
t ; y maneuver He write his baby and With,, big parents, Mr.(ha has given an of lilt time for tht i l By Church ol NazareneThe '"'t
i i parent Mr. and Mr*. H. R. Pierce and Mrs L. H. Qreef put 1m ,..... Ha was Invited I*. -
of Homestead 'It's good to deep 1 the United State In its tG take' Rev. Walter E. Melton hat
,
indoor In a comfortable bed Cpl. Howard' 'Wett retorted' lass Part IH M Re-armametit'i. na.ttonat I been called to the pastorate of the _
(. ,, again, after having roughed W fee week to bii post at Mltche>rieWIn I campaign for'te.mworb'tn''I Homestead Church of the Nat** ',1'(
10 long"a New Fork after spending. a Industry and -tIcIftaI,1Ift1t7 H.,,'rene and will take charge of the '
.
e a furlough.here?at Jbe..hMne, of hit, helped;produce the-moral>re-':terviet Suncla,. Mr.* Meltott +,f
Edward Kirby of Ctu Oalue. parent, M,. and Mr*. S: L. West, ,armament handbook? 'Tow CaD,j was pastor of the local church 11

machinlsty'mate second class, U. Cpl. w'ltIIl Kaacnel, 01.id- Defend; America" with Id tore-,',;year ago and I* watt known InHomeateadL ,.'t
S. C G. and Mrs. Kirby visited son fid'wa.' '
word by Gtiu Penning y.Hs jnd Mr*" MeKuMj. .
ward Ktaebal ef Homestead M <
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aver the week-end with MrKlrbyl y director of the )patriotic war,: arrived Monday"from ft.Myeri
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Oct. 18 left his ttatlon M- Can* "
parent, Mr. and Mn T. revue of the same name which where he bat preached for. the.
maneuversis J
Swift Tea to ,o\
go 1
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a: Klrby.: touUlaht. CpL Kaacbat" W'was ntacc4.ii Miami an I. nation- part four year*. : ,' '
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e e eB with .,wide tour list year. I ITb t On' Sunday morning Mr Mel-
serving teconniliance troop* '.
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r. King /r, a U. S. Marine jtx-foot two-Inch Caulfetld':,ton't sermon ,topic wilt be "The
hit returned from a voyage and WIII'-\\has had an Interesting'career Hewai 'I"Man Who Obeyed God", :: ;.
It "temporarily Now York. Mr *MM>lhlag owe t* yea tin born,at Simla, India, on the'': The Rev Paul Scott ha besot :j:i
King telephoned hit parent, M,.I! last *a .teet'ae*** ta mks I northwest frontier where his',transferred to Lake City and he <|
and Mn. Ben King,that he hope a.aL"f1r rt H eat jrOTetf. father, Brigadier-Gen. CaulfetM and Mr*. .Scott have moved to <|
I Ito cOme home before ailing' .,.In.. we serving with the Royal Horte'their,new charge.._ '._v 'IIf



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; ver* of Marine at Camp SUN MO" UK WED TH FRI SAT
t' I leton. California, It Private
rust Clan Robert Ames, ao-
t 1' of Homcitrad Mr and Mrs. 1. A. Ames of 2 3 4 '6

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.t\ 1t : Lt. (J<.) Clarence aj T. rro"i 7 8 1011 213 .
has returned to tea duty on a ,
newlx comotlMiOMd clemo,..... A ., .
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I veteran of Service In the Pad Ac, 6 17 18 ZO'
t,I' he Spent an August leave here
with; his parent, Mr and Mr*. 3242 S 627
E. A. rroacher. .

l' Pie and ...Orin Smith arrived ss.aa.ksh w
fromS
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Camp Crewder, .
furlough
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Mo. Pfe. Smith WM Inducted In Memo '' :
'1 March and this U his Ant leave '
\ home. "
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Roy Pullen.. former Homestead
boy was graduated at 1( from ,
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Tuesday
before: the TUCJOB High School, and had a -


1 l air force this year at the age of Traveler
18. to Thursday
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; William J. Clark. It, naval V.
I 11 student et Duke Unlvertity. I*
: expected home tomorrow for a
I; brief visit with his ptl'lll'Mr.. .. If you must travel these dy, be ,a Tuesday tc I -1I

end Mr*. W.a J,.Clark.ar Thursday tranl.r. Moving troops by special train takes

r i IX Henry Pridian UJJW has I : a lot of railroad quipmant. With what ia left the Florida

r i returned from li montha active XUat Coast 'Railway and other railroad must handi

i ; duty In PaclBc wets, and U te- t : much heavies traffic than usual . many service men I.'I
San Pedro Calif. He
,\ : babe at R. .h.nIi indWdually in small folks to ,
*n by Mr*. Prldgen < v or group going
t: : and- /I: daughter, Mar. I,,' ti': ..sink... keys in oamp men on important war bucincm. :

"R, garet their May,home who have In JackionvlUe.been, making : Weekend travel is unusually heavy. Added to the' ;"
,
:: U. Prldgen J* a nephew M Mr*. I. normal'load many service men.and others are free to .,:,1

i I I a X. Edward. of. Homeatead.. .Y. :takes a little trip. There may be standing room only on, J

: Iverett Walter 'ShuJer eon', of ,.,; .,.... some of the more popular ........, I. ;'-1

1 Mr*. Fannie Shuler of Horaeetead < ,' SOY you' oaR arrange to fcefte and and your J.&urney a

has bee enrolled aa apprentice ., : d\iftftith. week Tuesday tlwough Thursday tt teK "
Y seaman at the U. S. Naval Reserve , '" :
Midahlpmen'i School at the .: Y ',4 . ..M..w.thIn9todoYouWmh.naWWar..., :

Vnlvenlty; of Now Dam After of aooommodatioru find trams ks crowded. .i'
One Month of Indoctrinationhi
will be appointed a mldahlp- ', AndrememberyouoanhalpsMedwartimetraA.- ,

man and tepee completion of 'hit. , :.......111.. tyav.Meg aalp+l hen l\.....,. J.y t. y, "
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{ MISS ELQISE GOSSMAN BECOMES BRIDE 'EASTOV-tEHTS MARRIAGE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ENTERTAINS

Il111 f OF LON M. SNIFFEN IN HOME CEREMONY j SOLEMNIZED ON 8U\D\V I I FOR NEW AND RETIRING PASTORS

t Announcement was mad this -- -

Mian. 11:10OOlll8l1n: became! parents on West Mowry itMra. week of the marriage of Abram The First Baptist Church ot Jr::, Mrs; Carl ByrJ Mn Frank
I the bride ot Len M. Sniffen In I Sniffcn was graduated In Christian: EanhSQ of homestead to Homestead entertained Friday irwin. Mri: T. t ;Klrby.: Mrs
J638 from Homestead High School MrK. V.rna Versa Lewis ot Coco, Skeet, "Mrs 'Kulp, Urt. James
,11 i a simple ceremony performed ly .
;| at the horn ) and
I nut Grove.i i I II veftng of oil, !,
i, the Rev. U B. Crantford pastor I where she Wit active In the Girls' Roberts, Met H J. Oavla Mn. .
6 t pT the First Baptist/ Church of Glee Club and In 4-H Club work i I The ceremony was performed:['Mr*, Jlow'afcllohMOD In honor otjIS : Coma Davit pelUnfer. 1-1,.. O.
Homestead, at ISO: p m Saturday She was graduated from Stanley tn the presence of a small group new pastor and his wife,' theIR Sewell Palmer, Wrt Ernest
I'i at the home the the bride's Business College and for the past Of friends at 4 p, m. Sunday at i and Mn L. B Crantford, ant i Francis Mi re Margaret Barnes ....
hat been the home of Or, and Mrs. Stewart; 3 .Mina Barbara 3 Home, Miss
parent, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E.Gownum IB months employed as o rh* retiring pallor Dr. J.I: m
: r I secretary, !no' tht/ purchasing department I'Lee Jeffrey at 4022 Douglut rd.'fyo: 'hnstone.Others ; LAntw; Shackleford Miss Catharine
,r The bride wore a 1alcred suit! of th*' U. S,. Navy in [In Coconut Grove I In the reetlvlng line II | ShackMord, Mile Barbara Jean .
Of aqua aheer with white accei-' Key West J" Mr. and Mn. Easton will make wards! th* Rev A. W i il Smith. Mia Ruth Byrutii Miss '
t1: t. sortie Mr*. Gottman was attired 1 I Mr. SnUd-n 1* a civilian\ { draftsman I!their home In Homestead, where I .. itw "trf Stanton Memorials|,Betty Byrum Mint Connie Caqfip-
to' j In a blue hamburg print and Mn at Homestead Army AirField jh* I Ie ronnectel: with an insurance Church In Miami, Mrs. bell, Janice Howard Johnson H.
.. I Mm W. a Home, Mn J. Collier, .claude Campbell GOT
)- Walter Sniffen; of Miami Mother''I company. Renel'l
of the bridegroom: wore a gray i, .. L land and Mn S. L WeitMn. don Ivey, J. D Barnes. R J:. EdwardsS. .
: print USO PLANS MIRTH-PROVOKING FEATURES I Russell Horne L. West, J. R. RuUand,
'. Following1 the ceremony, cake ,Cordon Ivey presided at the and pllly Byrd, ,
i and punch were ssrved. Those,I FOR HALLOWEEN COSTUME DANCE OCT. 26'p 'nth bowl. Th table wa laid VNn-ta51'
who witnessed the ceremony I [with lace cloth and rout In III ', CLUB HOLDS
"' \ were Mr. and Mn. Gossman, App bobbing, a ple-eatlnt witche ,world wilt provide a I[crystal. basket carried out the FIRST 'MEETING or TEAR
, \ Mr and Mrt. Walter Snifters; Mr. I contest and other mlrth-provok- spooky abc>>plere. The OTU',pink, and white color scheme. ).4n. W. R Bird and Mn J. O.
I and Mr*. Robert Smith of Key big featurea are being plannedfor orchestra will provide, special, arrangements I' Assort jd open face sandwicheswere Wynn were hostesses Monday
Y. I West, Mr. and Mrs. W R Porter the Halloween! dance to beheld ,ot dance music In: served b* Mra J. Lee Smith ,evening at the opening meeting
i and Charles Goatman, brother of at the USO Tuesday evening. keeping with Halloween. IMnv Millard Gaddla. Mra. Wayne 'of the University Club In the Bird
{ j1. ,the bride. !Oct U. Service men wilt wear Tonight Mn. Al Wolf will be''Adams,,Mra, Paul Cox Mra. A. L. horn in Povenlr Mitt Virginia
l t Immediately after the recap i fatigue uniform and girls, fancyor hottest and will serve refreshments ,Lanier, Mrs. J. D. Barnes, Mn. i Stewart; president, conducted the
t, tlon, Mr. and Mrs. Sniffen left on farmerette dress, and t>rlei and tomorrow night the'Claude Campbell and Miss Lillian I business meeting.
a ten-day wedding trip. For will be awarded for the moat distinctive usual dance will b* held front Swlllcy. ,pthen assisting In en- Others present went Mn. Ivan
t tertalnin were. ),fn. R. E. Ed- I Moter Mrs. W B. Mills, Mn. K.O. .
: traveling;, Mrs. Sniffen wore a costume (Continued on Page Seven) "| ,
t I navy blue suit with gold trim Garnet, decorations and refreshments -- i wards. Mra. J. R. Dortey. Mn. Thurman. Mn. J. R. Rutland
IS, A. King and Mn. H. CoUier. Mrs. H. L. Brandenburg Mrt L.
I 'I and matching accenoriet. After will all carry out the Halloween HOMESTEAD MEMBERSHIP J
Present besides those R Becker,Mrs. Ruth Scott Mn.
menItloned -
Oct. 29 they will be at home {
motif, and, hobgoblins, DRIVE: TO CLOSE OCT. 29
I at the residence of the bride's black cat, ghosts fortune teller were: Mr, and Mn. John Carton Malcolm and Jan Thur-
The annual membership driveof .
ison Dr. and Mrt. ,. T.Burgree-, man.
1 ,and an assortment of, denizens -ot the Homestead, P. T. A. will I the Rev. and Mra Marvin T The club will meet Nov. U at
t MISS \\WILUAM4! OBSERVES I clou on Monday, Oct. 23, 'When I Murphy, Mr. and Mra. W, T. Met the tipme'et Mn.; Scott.
t BIKTIIDAY ANNIVERSARY NOMINATING GROUP room mothen 'will inset at 2:45: ,Connell, Mr. and Mra. Lobar
Mr. and Mn. Casper Williams APPOINTED BY W..M. V. for a final, check-up. ;Bishop Jr_ Mr. and MM. A. D.
entertained at dinner Sunday In At the October meeting of Thf drive, of which Mn. A W. Smith, Air, and Mrs. 'T. D PicH
honor o( the eighteenth birthday :the w: M. U of 'lh. FIrst Baptist Hutchinson' la Chairman, began I'Mr. and Mn LeRoy Kulp, Mr.
anniversary of their daughU Church Homestead, Mn.O. Oct. 13. and M.... T, C Shaekleford, Mr.
i Barbara Cuetta were MUa Thel- A. West Mrs. E 1+ Lawrence land Mn. O. C. Robertson! Mr and It
t ma Cole o( Nassau Miss MavtiWatta and Mn S. A King were appointed '|TEA PLANNED I'OR1VE8 i'i Mra. J. R. Byrunt,'Mr and Mnr. .
1 Mir Lenora Williams, MIlS to serve .at a nominating com ENLISTED PERSONEL L. Mcllwalo. Mr. and Mra. Wm
{ jean Cpldren and Clinton Pepper, mittee A "get-acquainted. tea for the ':Musselwhlte Mr. and Mra. J R.
Later in the evening the birthday Mn. L. a Crantford, Mn wives of service men wilt be held ',Pope, Sgt and Mn. Douglas. Du-
cake WIll cut and served with Rank N TrwIiCTHnTS.:; L,"West it i o'clock Friday afternoon ..Bote ." ..
S k* cream Others, Joining the I and Mrs: S. H: Fitch were appointed Oct 20 'in the USO Clubhouse *' Mn.: Catharine 'Pickard, Mrs
'group were Mr. ,and Mn Fred I I to represent the group at.the At this time, plan will be made '& fl. fitch Mra. T. T, Bowen,
Fucha, Mr. and Mra Dan Williams jaiaoclattonal meeting todayat 'fop recreation and other ictivi- I 114m Fred Redd, Mn. E. L. 'taw-
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and Chart and Webster Witlisms. Central Baptist Church'in Miami 'I ties and the wives of enlisted men Irene*, Mra. Chat. T. Harper,Mrs:
11 Circle Two was placed In chargeof are urged to attend. 'J. R. OiambllH, Mra. WB. Caves,
the program for the next meetIng. .
.. H. ft. TO GIVE ANNUAL F. ,
HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL Circle One presented [ lack
i I t I II program DIXIE DRUG
t The annual Halloween carnival in which, Mra Crantford. Met O talk Job! ws dr

win b* presented Friday night A. Welt, M.... Irwin and Mn. T. Phoebes at and .111I y 1 OfCfWTM' tf
,, Oct. 28 at Redland School. T. Bowen took part. Others present :
F A chicken dinner will b* Served I were: Mrs T. D. Ptche. Mn -f:
+ at T o'clock in the cafeteria by the Catharine Plckard, Mn T. E. !
P. T, A. after which carnival Kirby, Mn. A. D. Smith. Mn You're Tkrillet! .'
barken will hold, nay on.. the Gordon Ivey, Mn. J. R. Chamb- ,
+ school grounda. nil, Mn. R. B: Edwarda.
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I' : Bandage production: of the Red So monthIngs have i
I land Red Croat Surgical Dressings Oct -Meeting of Redland Ass 11
l Room totaled .6,851, for the Home Demonstration club, ,Ate" u. Old 11.6, ?43Sil L ton happening since ,:
IH- Wxtth of Sept 11 to Oct 15. It Oct. 23-USO dance. NASAL SPRAY with school 1.d.-so "
Mrs.f Oct. 24-UO open house many
was reported yesterday by sponsored 5jue/
'If '
? Lawrence Klopp, chairman. 'The by First Baptlat Church. t1a1DtIN1 .... .... alt row friends to talk to, and
j' MIl ., I' t. .... I'Nriff AIR TONIC .
I record number of Hr ulngi made Oct J5+Meeting of HometteadAit 10'.much to tqlk about.. :
) during in afternoon period vat dub at home of Mn. Frank. ASPIRIN TABLETS Don't allow unruly pr
I ; 'i f!} M34. she said and 1,82Swal the Hautman.: knit ra sell your op. r f I,, Certalnly-'you're
... Use
; h.! record for an evening tetaloiC Oct. -Halloween. dance. at : ton 101! 39& peraas.tsirToaice.e'd4 thrilled, young lady!. But .
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.. ,. "The production alnc Oct 1 USO. J..
haa been moat gratifying 'Mn.Klopp Oct.'2 -Meeting .of Homestead before coifing, please remember ..: .:. ;

aald "and at the present W.s.C.s" that.all/ telephone
!? rate w* should be well over the Oct -USO dance sponsored MONACETCO.'OIlNO EASY TALC lines are crowded now. '::
by Homestead
top by Nov II"CLUB PresbyterianChurch. teaista I -' i .
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'. Soothing lobtbfsA If you're a party line user
It. N NAUCS DELEGATES Oct 29-USO tea for wives of Marelies..': 25 sender skis. ass I it's espedafly important to* n
k t. TO DISTRICT: MEETING enlisted span rinse erhea u4 eons sad 'd
l.f' Mra. Seymour Dane Mr*. W. OctGamet night' at US<>. ,, he.iOahesr avoid unnecessary calling 1
< D. Mahan and Mra. M. D. Bran- Oct 30-USO 'danc*. - ,... "a"ss' Putt .tutu RIKER'fI1 -and to speak briefly ,
.0 nan Mill been named delegates Oct Jl-USO open hdute '
from the Woman's Club of Red- Nov. Meeting of South Dad N Yea M p"SACCHARIN AM MM PE ROFOL, always. Telephone mate ', ,,

tend to the district meeting of Garden Club. : ..jtAI"n \. MitfML OIL rials aren't available to '
e the FdraHaa ot Women' Clubs Nov. '1-P.W.C, .meeting''with H.gily tyieeJ Qe
r ? which will lie held Oct.' M at the Mra. Ma. Morrla. .4t Ww&* it SftkW lip 6' build ;.n 0 U gk: lines for .:.',

Woman' Club of Miami. The Nov. luncheon meeting Of One b bid = A. ednrle*hUdele everybody, so we must :1
made Legion Auxiliary ""tool" 179 7
hppoinlmenta were Tuesday sechaaioal lanum .
i afternoon at the Ant meeting .of Mow. J-All-day study meeting a..nOa.: e ti a.aaEr :RMHI9 ItHI = vf the fa.CAN"
the club this aeaaon.ThoM ot Homestead WJUXS. ", we .
present were W.... Frank Nov BVSt>etlnt of MooAayMuaWi ,; OUR Yew hiMM {. ,
,W9ttO.OUT Mp
: ,Mn. A H. t.epleg
W.: SUlhuan. Mn Dave Kufeldt, I CM I vwlUk... , l j'1
11,*;. On Stewart Mr*. B. A.Mr Logan,; PRESCRHTIM SERVICE Mstet clear wilt, 'be :
j Wb14in; *. Brannan Mrt Nov, 2-DSO dance sponsoredby .ipp eeieAed byes let'efnow,
Raman am *.. Dana Woman't Club of Homestead
..' 'he W DNa scare II ,help POW..9 tat :.
,1 I tetatjBVMea ..... u ,) wt asoK itaao*. a
ANNIE: MAYHEW PTTXPATMCKt taat esytatiiM Im om seen Oalf ntttlr..,
fatale'fhtnitrita,...*e precut..MML wtwkiT
,+e Stood t pMjl|" | vVtWIMI'AVMMBO Lad MVOtlyiM: HFIVMaadTSMory c..... -w.. ,..,...... r, ,
.. ,,.TW .*M tine In 1M lUaatt. tires ) Ire saaeeetsl. aOw1F./ 1 e :

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:::20) MeNKILI HOSTESS .
'1 AATX Fist Insertion )0* a ttM< n
\ R, C S. CIRCLE TWO 1: N BM
n. r. I 3 A. McNeil was '-' *' I
....,: afternoon to W. S. C. S. j I" '
FOR RENT HARE TROPICAL TREES shrubs
.... Two. Tbt..I1.-yteQ
.14....,lit".... . was five, and plan were r 1 ornamentals palms. Phone Ca).
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kiss MJ-W. eni. w. of Florida
_. ROOMS and apar\ineou, a.uo.
Nosier for a rummage sale to b:
: able hot water and show. City. (|23U)
.. rates.
4 m the old poIIoffice
: Those present were: ere Palms Hotel. Florida City.] PERSONAL I

t "An Gee. Bauson Mrs. W. R.
speed. Mrs. It 1. Brown Mrs. fait SALE FREEt: If excess add Causes Yoe .

IS to M : 1 Booth, lira 0. U Showal- DOUBLE BED flat springs Inquire pains of Stomach Ulcers, Indl.
,requested ... Robert Mclaroy and N.W. 6th St. and 2nd'Ave. Session, Heartburn, Belchiiut'Bloating :
Mayor S. O. Sewell Palmer Nausea flu Pains, t
(poS3
:". "Charles next meeting will be held tej. free sample, lid,., at i:
e. '. church home of Mrs. Palmer .FOR SALE: :Twin beds complete. Brown's Pharmacy. (poll)

,*.. lilt ( Three of which Mrs. J. I 1M S. W. First st !poll) |

d Mr. and is leader met at the home 1 FOR 'sAli-Model A l5 ton WANTED '
A. 8. Moye. Circle One Glade an4"'Fordaoo '
t Buggy ,WILL PAY $1 to $J3 for Junk {\
[ Mr for meet Tuesday
Tractor, Also BO 'II. oil drums. '
cars 'also farm machinery. :
', Mr* Wolfe Auto Wrecking, P. I Wolfe Auto Wrecking. P. a Box
evening of arrangements, was assist! Box TIM,,Homestead, Fla. 0'1, '9f, Homestead, J7a. Phone .!
,Dixie Mrs. Herman Heinleln, Mrs I StI-J (o boo Tavern ol-lf)
MlM Eichenberger Mrs. L. T. I \1
I to her I Mn. W. H. Rusclt, Mrs LEGAL NOTICES EXPERIENCED waitress to begin'!'
after a i D. Nettles, Mn. Carl Wag\ dinner hour. Good pay. Must i .
along the Mrs, Charles Hennlngton. NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR furnish character reference. Alto 1
ica. I I A. J. Campbell. M.... Ceo. semi TAX DSKDCIMMW ArU .f lad smart colored bus girl Bam
.'. -I. i. and Mrs. E. J:. Vihlen. rife A Hal boo Tavern (ol-tt)
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HOnOK IS HKKRBV
Princeton : presentwere Mrs. Adrian W. .,.... IwliWr '"l area ..JOmMy --
house: tot ., Mrs Clifford a Could., Ux ruHirirah N..I."A.tot
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,,'1. Mr. Philip ,Ryan ...,Ind."u.. ,Mire...,. -k-to.wl.IIM the,Maw Itk as II of Of .(llc*. Slidku D. I'm h"mpt
tnoved 1 ..*. <..pllik.. tee > lu *" wk I
h*.nl thong (Ul* CMI'toto M .-,
on ]I 1 for distinctive dancing ter.., Ill. eItll.wtnt dwolbed J i": i II' CAB SERVICE
Cooper c5)I awarded to Miss Martorli' to Uw Camtr rf DUc. awe 'CI .
-C B < I and Jimmy Moore, "\- .t. wit !. i
iL'd' l*.l I tomb 1. Ularh.I l w. a sub Plat
t orn"i' second! clfss of the Ilome- ', B""f* Ptn sigh Uw (.." orwK / I reasonable tutee ,
j >. 4.. of :. _, >..--t taCmlflnM
(a radio squ. oa..at the 4>nre' M*. leis. '".,. MMmuMof I
.. r The ) night of last week MM tmntrtr uiu).r the UM 'cwttfl.. I Day Phone ..... 9C8
dl rge of Wit sponsored by the,',, soar leas a. Wait ass t ta, Hl Hw"MV.*..*.. .it s .Ukkwivii.IM ...... Pint I
went on ) 'I >gion Auxiliary. Cpl ,:'!Wok U, ,fM IT. In Ik. Counly 4N41 I Night Phone ..... J89
f VJWkta, MitMtw ) Ciao.
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Wednc d n B
of the 76th Squadron .. MSS. yiiMi.M.V MMW
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the door prlie. Music was saw O.rarries.: M.
': HOMESTEAD StBVICIf.
la.Clty i' by the OTl) oVchettra ,1111-111 Vale,I. She said mm VaNtltoooMI fM ttakSes's.obi tw r cAB
al pain a large number of Junior 6-Or-4 .emsdlar" w I.... u.to. .- M se1'deii"Nd . O. plummer Prep.
week on ;, 'attended. Cupcakes evil'] 5544.thanta the Will Onnrt. N HUMM 1. t" d.th.hIhat --- ._---
KJ,h-av : : I: punch were served by UM a. bpi Mawliir hi (W nNulvr E.. a'r -
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I tiM ri Ik eto71dfit M.ic.vTII"" Fua-
it. to ), !, hostesses: Mfr Wm. U at w.b.oleMr.:: IMS.1MJ. 4. f 4x imrtv '
Into the $ I Mrs. Edward Norman, .Dead ta& sass : 4h fah ril.K. NO. srefleNUTrl
lnIIrl111t\, B. 55. t.XATRPMxt : I. nrKMV inikM
H. H. Ewing, Mrs. Frsn'l ,
,, '''Mr- I'' U.... 'Joct t.' Riibinnon,, C1.rh.4 .4 rv"C 1'v's", ." ".t.D It..oIIIn CAT1M_ ,., vvi.two. '" r ri':,10''I'.h'..... T.. ..H.
.yhornrs ; Gene VT. Turner and 1(.... i er N. t'. a'rwnas IL r . "' ,00',41111.. I.'t' end' t . .41d.. ,
art r "f ) "r. An" u- KIKWR
(. Wa hlnato< Vihlen. ,., 12 jl..i) cameras ... nre ,7t h...
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ass in I giblet pn Qrity' !felted ** "'rt, rrv.
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Page EightHOMESTEAD'LEADER f AND ENTERPRISE' October,. 22.194i
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n, by plane plan to visit Well In land ,where they attended he Mr. and Mr*. A. B.-Langhaoi
New Orleans and Oklahoma City nual conference of the \ and children, MarJorie, Audreyand
f In and Ground ",i before returning to Phoenix early the fburene. -j Wayne .( |X Ill were
if !inDecembajI Mr., and Mrs. a. 1t'.. {' week-end guest of Mr. 'and Dire' .
,I O 1. Ill Homestead 'Inunlgratfcm Miami B acl> have bought and art ,J. 8. Cave. '
Inspector, has returned occupying the former K. K. Clarke Tony tort tpiwteh., ]tats, u.
Homestead 'tram Bcndl, Hi, where. lit was reddens oa Coconut Faint dr. I rived Saturday to farm this *JON ,
U called by the death .f his mother, tee,
[ I Mr*. Margueritta Roman FLORIDA CITY t Mr and Mr, B. Hoffman and '
I The Rev, N. Wallace, pastor of By Warrens Sever family and Mr. and Mr*. U. Mahoney _
Guests ot Or and MM Guy of Miami, spent Sunday la Naranj the Homestead Eleventh Hour of Ohio art expected this
Ill returned on Saturday Mi*. H. J. Shepherd of North week to spend the winter,
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at the .
t OU Brewster, art Mr. and Mr* home of Mr* Cash's parent
Leo Grant of Barranct-BermeJa i *, Mr and Mr*. L. Andenoa, from a ".-weetc trip to point Haien, Conn. will arrive Sun Mr. and.,Mn. Silly ronyth of
t S. Aand their In New York. New Jersey, Pennsylvania day to spend the winter *t.her Miami were -week-end futf of '
Colombia daughter -
Mr. and Mr*. A. Tom McCrlteof horn 'hers.,
and atLMlelte Mr. and M/, *. L, E Forsytb
Mill Peggy Grant, who arrived Phoenix, Arts.. are guest of ,. Shortt, son of Mr, and Mr. and Mr*. Charles Lee are Mil Eunice Stanford lilted.
her after visit
I yesterday a Mrs. McCrite'a ton and daughter- Mr*. Ralph Shortt, I* recuperating' occupying the Kennedy Seaman, 1-e and Mrs. James B.
\ x with relative In Canada. WashIngton l la-law, Lt. and Mrs Robert D. from chlckenpoxMr . Mr. H. J Derbyshire Adam of Miami several day
'I. f ; D. COo and Philadelphia rinklea, in the Johnson apart R. H. Spear, Mn. David to her winter home here cottll'j tart week. Mr. and Mr*. Adam
win return to Colombia by
,. They menta on N. W: 12th st Mr and Fredericks and Mr*. J. V Free day after pending the were weec-end guest at the'
Clipper early next week. Mrs.Grant Mr*. McCrita, who cane to Miami Jr., returned Friday from: Lake at bet home to Flint Mich. Stanford home here.
I* a sister of Mn. Brtwstor "

!, Clarence .3 Parman left Tuesday -
for New York where he win
be Joined by Mr*. Pertain who
t has been Visiting la Toledo the
y. put two month with her eon-in-
law and daughter Mr. and Mr*.
t John Fre,. Mr. and Mr*. Parman
I will return to Homestead after I Landscaped ComfortableSemi
y A, a week In New York. ,
Mr and Mn James Sottlle win
f leave Saturday for Baltimore
n S where Mr. Sottlle, who has been
:, In 111 health, will enter John furnished Home
I fl Hopkins Hospital for observationand : :
t treatment. They will be gone '
two week e I
f r Mn. W. E Koon wa returnedto \
j her home on N. W. Third at ., .
n f from Jamea Archer Smith Hospital j
" Practically fl 1lishecl"house beautiful .
t J Saturday to recuperate from landscaping ' !
\ a severe attack of pneumonia.. _.
Mile Thelma Cole of Nassau ha with plenty of fruit trees tropical ornament
been a house guest of Ml** Barbara !,
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, William <

Mr. and Mn W. / Clark, and : als, and garden. Price right.. 0
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Mr. and Mn R. O. Huff and ton,
Dickie and Bob, returned last
) from Wlnston-Satem N. C. i
week
i ,\ Mr and Mn Clark had pent the Furnished house and two lots. Shade and fruit, ii i!
last six) months In North Carolina i
; engaged bi famine operation .
g. *. and Mr, and Mr. Huff and trees. $2800. iI i
children had been on a two-week I
vacation. ., :
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t. t' Frank of Homestead Webb and S.and L Charles Dickinson ....' Hewse. and two acres jawing. cIty uts.Wortlt. .. .:. ,:: ,' .

1 t Graham of Gould are NI'VInIla "', 1"" -
I j Miami for two week on the petit the price asked. \ : I
; Jury of the United State District ,.
Court
Mr*.. J Tom Vinn has been \I,
visiting In Vera Beach with her The best
t husband' brother and sister-in- property in Homestead for present, and ;

law. Mr. and Mn D. W. Vann.
i Porte The Rev.have and returned Mn. John to their W. future business. You can obtain convincing details : ;

home In Terrace In Red-
Sylvia
\ land after spending several week if ,you come to my office. Price $21,.. h '
I la Stockton N. J.. with their
1 daughter Mr*. Emmett R. Wilson
t and la Washington D. C. with $11,000 cash, balance in one year. v- )
t : their ion Wm,'r. Porte.
{ Pensacola : !

i t ;: her mother. Mr*. T. C SelfertMr Ten acres of land with 3-bedroow he'ase..Five .
i i *. SeIfert spent last week-end ** ; I

t. .'i t 'Mrs.la Miami Lena with BechdoL another daughter, acres planted to avocados and citrus. Faces east r<,,: I I

t . Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Walker
I have returned from Oklahoma Two-car garage. Some farm equipment inciting ' 1
where they visited relative
In a Wm L. Neeley, who I* farming '
}t tt ZeHwood, na.. U IIeIId1JthIa I It tractor. Half acre of red dirt for year'-roiiid.: : ;
t a' week her with his family. 11'

t T .,t returned Mr. and this Mrs.week-from J. W. Johnston Hendersonville :: garden. Price right and terms. ; I

X ; ,and i are making! their I r
.
l. home In the risk apartmentl ont :':11

i oJ,. If.Mr W*.first Philip ave.A. KrIll and Miss 100 lots in Homestead colored ." "Ui..- amide lets;" 'q:. : !

Mirgl Sackett of EvanvlU.
Ind, arrived Tuesday to visit Mr. $150; corner )Jets, $175. ( )
and Mry Adrian Jacob eo
{It Mrs Lloyd Witt Underwent ,a 'i
!
; major operation en Tuesday at ail W-
Ten-acre .
') Victoria hospital la MI.mL. I tracts m
: Mrs. J. A. Pollard and Mrs. '

'i .. t got. Hutch arrived_Saturday and daughter.from .A.j : ter buys ,far retams. on htveitment""f"., ,

ford,' ,Va, to spend the winter
here. They are occupying |the
Vannt lee Harris house on Pence
de Luc .... t
Mia. Martha Close, rideet4augM : : Y
:. B k *a tu aa e A d l| ltBBV| M E M'
r ,of Mr. and Hrs. J. E. '. ] '
.Chi**, to is..tnyii' at the Conatnaeary ,.Be...." : 'WiWurw.M.' '' JHPp,..e
of .Aeronautic to Mew :
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.. Mn. Btairiat c.iIa.. her ,' : J. "" ,' : ; ( ::

daughter, Mn. Harry Wright beth IftALMEATCmaKXItOfiiiili

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