Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00565
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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: October 23, 1942
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00565
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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:VoL 31-No. 43 Homestead Florida Friday October 23,1942 Price 5 Cents

Flag Raised Over Air Base Here I Ij'

j' 40 Days In Advance Of Schedule i

270,000 Pounds Seen Total (MAYOR EXTENDS WELCOME

Of Districts School Scrap'! TOOFFICEUMENATNEWffARPLANE .

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;,' BIG' TRACTOR Furniture Gifts Sought for Soldiers'Day FERRYING POST.

Rooms at Newly Opened Air Base I_ ____- ______ "

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TOBMSTPllE'AERE10TONS( ) Donation, of living room furniture donate are requested to notify the ITOWNTOLEVYIO\ The Homestead air base Wit
dedicated Wednesday afternoon MI'an
pianos, lamps, books rugs! Leader-Enterprise, .nd'ann "'
trucks will call for them. Important port In the army airtransport \
and any other Item which will I The army is furnishing one day!!|MILLS TO MEET command's chain (if I
: make I room homelike art being ferry bases by Col. Paul E. Bur.
room or living room for each of'!
sought 'for furnishing/ day rooms I,the five or six squadron areas at COST OF AUDITTen rows, Caribbean Wing Command
I I for the use of soldiers stationed tt the base These rooms, which are er, in a flag raising ceremony
I the army air but Mar Homestead.I'20 :x: .100 feet, will be used for i I attended by his entire staff from
Zeafcusl/ guarding their exact Person having ucla artices to .recreation, reading and loungingby mill has been set up In Morrison Field. West Palm Beach,
figure en the amount of scrap I I troop while off duty the personnel of the local base
next year' budget to cover the and invited
civilian guest from
collected in the It-day 'county "Wlth'youager men coming Into
'wkle school campaign, local SUPREME COURT the army under the lowered draft I I estimated cost of the state ,audit, Homestead headed. by Mayor Tom
act it I* essential that they have jOf the' Florid City book now 11I1 Harris.
schools art today racing to get Lieutenant Col Win. L. Plum-
some homelike recreation center"j prOl.lceor lft, to Mr. Flora
4 p. an. deadline. ,According M 1..1'd..capt..A. ot these boy will Field with the'nutleu of Jtaff
L Ordered "by .Gxjv. .S,.... L on Sept. It mod UXk Command nl.
unofficial estimate yesterday the be away from home for the first r ;'I"
Holland,in response W.petition the Homestead base 1e4 the a:
toUf area time, and there i* nothing quite somisersble arrajs
for the from Perrine to .
'Ii, "-Florida City 'IJ1tuit.., wnr-.p" i '; I M a bojneslek, boy; .'? clreulat t by:H, E,.. ':"DIb *{hesuditwwhicli errs dedication! and the,iiyJUvM-hnrt civilian delegation, foM: at) .t "'.\
Appeal to the vaitedtatet supreme r w* begun on' September
proxiiaa,2&',000 pouted*. I court will be the n *Vmov '19 by three examine a buffet ,dinner In the Bamboo
A. It-ton tractor will be delivered In the union-carpenter legal battle IfrNUiTINOPEN: from the office of State Comptroller -: Tavern afterward.
to Homeatead'i cchool'l rrow-I over the use of brushes or spray- J. M. Lee, has already cost the, Introducing commander of
ing amp heap this lag machine: at the Air Force FOR BAHAMANS town more thin $1,000, Mr*. Myn 1 the Caribbean Wing of the air
...1II11f a Cowboy tractor trailer -' Ferry,Command'base near Homestead transport command, Col. Plummer
leaned by South Dada farms,I ,' it was indicated Jilt week 'said.The three state auditor, employed aaked him to take over the dedi-
Inc., and a derrick loaned by Pan: by Attorney S. E. Thacher Of ASLASTRESORT at $15 .day each plus expenses cation. After stressing the Importance .
American Air Ferrlea Under the I of the Homestead airbase
Washington member of the general were reduced to two after
direction of George N. Wakefield, staff of Joseph H. Padwsy, //r (Continued on Page Eight: ) In the plan of the ferry
school "scrappers" have, worked general counsel for the American Immediate attention will be given command CoL Burro"hank 1
untiringly this week spurred by Federation of Labor. to certifying importation; of'Ration Board Issues gayor Harris for the co-operation
the determination to place Homestead The prediction followed the Bahama field he and the city had already given
.workers, If sufficient
-i New B and C Books
the and had promised to give the personnel
among winners.As granting by Circuit Judge George I farm labor cannot be obtained I
the limit neared army trucks E. Holt last Thursday of a per. of the new pott
from neighboring states I All day today ,nd until He
were pressed into service at Home- manent Injunction restraining to alleviate noon congratulated and thanked
stead ftedland and Perrlne schools Miami Local '383, Brotherhood ofi the critical worker shortage I tomorrow, members of the ration Capt Henry S. Brooks, resident
In an effort to get in all the scrap Painters, decorators and paperhangers -I here, assurance was given this board will be at their office on officer In charge of constructionfor
South Krome avenue to issue re- the army, for the work; he had
for official count Three such of America from week by the war I
trucks were hading metal salvaged Its members for violating it mission manpower com newels of B and C gasoline ration don. (Later, at the Bamboo Tavern .
by the Homestead school on law*. This ruling, tlnln'l Wtahlngton. books which expired yesterday.Applicants I Col. Plummer disclosed toreporters
(Conttoued on Page light) (Continued on Page Luther L. Chandler, Florida consultant are required to present that Capt. Brook had
to the war manpower commission their license plate reglstra- puahed construction work so effectively .
I tion certificates and to turn in that the baae had been
and chairman
of the Dade]
Ensign Eichenberger Killed in Action t County USDA 'war board, is expected -j their old books when receiving made ready for occupancy 40 day
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new ones. The
I same rulings wills ahead of schedule)
Sept. 12 in Pacific Theatre of War to have some'definite !i apply to all book' expiring! at t Addressing the officer and men
I when he returns tonight from:later date.. (Continued on Page Four)

Ensign Charles E. Eichenberger! from the shock and grief of their i i Washington where he went on I- -

. Jr.was killed in action oa Sept. 13somewhere bereavement, it. was said yesterday -'Tuesday to help thresh out the''!U. S. Sends Check for $500,000 to Start
in the Pacific theatreof by other member of the labor problem. II
war, according to, positive verification family. I I Farm placement officials for Work-on Oversea Highway Short Cut
this week of report received Ensign Eichenberger: was born!seven southeastern states were
\'; SatdaVy, by his wife, the. at Naranja.,22 year ago. He attended I slated to meet the latter part of -
,former Mia Phyllis Parma,. and Redland,Farm'Life School the'week la Atlanta"to'determine I To begin construction Of the been sent from Washington to
by his mother,' Mrs. Ida Eichenberaer. -, (Continued-On Page Four) I what emergency action can be,$2,400,000 Overseas highway shortcut Chairman Thorns A. Johnson Cf
1 I(taken to move agricultural! labor from Florida City to Key West! the date road department. Advance -
,The' tint i report was Joe cur from those states into Florida. I a hair-million dollar check has notice of the check and confirmation
ternary guarded official announcement REGISTRATIONFOR Should Bahama labor be calledIn of the federal govern
and did not give the date worker would be certified by HELP ment's agreement to pay tt pet
death occusred. Because Enai nFJchenberaor British government to the state, OFFERED cent of construction cost of the
. i bad been seen at his KEROSENE department,'' and furfds' for trant- project were received la Ttllthassce t

baa recently .by, I friend whose ,donation of such worker without l INFARMTRUCKREGISTRATIONS I on Wednesday.Work .
. report of the Incident bad been TO START OCT. 28 cost to local communities wouldbe i* elated to begin next \
received only.a, few days before, furnished by the Farm Security week on the new road which will I
verificationwas sought in Jthe Administration. shorten the distance front Florida
faint hope of an error. Registration of dealer in kerosene I. Closing of all Juke Joint* in the City tq Key West by 20 mile
From l high naval source how. and other fuel oil, originallyset I state at midnight and all day Sunday Assistance In filling out application 1 through the use of the abandoned
ever'It was learned that positive for Oct n.a.et the office? of : wa urged Tuesday in Lakeland for truck registration' right of way and bridge of the
Identification had bees mad and the: fiition board on South Krome ; by the Hate a 1eultural'labor under the recently announced Office old F. E. C. railway. Offices Iri
that the young pilot.attached to a avenue may be postponed to Oct committee whlcb'lacrlbecl of Defense Transportation requirements the Preston B. Bird building on
fighting squadron of the naval Mr 21-29, it was announced this week. 1 much of the..labor problem to Inefficiency will be given farmers South Krome avenue-from which
carp, bad been killed an Sept. 1>. This registration will be preliminary resulting from dissipa at .the county agent' office in I the work win be directed-were
Temporary interment has been to registration of individual Homestead and Miami and at leased some time ago by Vie road
made near the base at which Ensign user at school house* I tion.Similar action was advocated t y John W. Campbell' packing house I department Scheduled to be finished
Eichenberger: was stationed, At present dealers win require 150 prominent grower* tt Card-'at Goulds, County ,geM Charles within the next eight month,
the official report stated. Any written pledge of purchaser to well who organized a stabilization H. Steffani announced yesterday. the new road will te built by
plan for a memorial service win turn .In sufficient stamp upon Issuance committee for the vegetable division I'These points have been designated "..... labor" employee under the
be deterred until the wife and of, kerosene ration book of the state farm bureau far by the County Farm Transport I direction of engineer and supervisors *
mother have recovered somewhat.to.cover their prior purchase the Everglade there on Monday (Continued on Pall Eight) ft the rod department

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Pare Tn HOMESTEAD_LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday October 2.1, 1942 '

- 'Pants Tale Follows I Ij Salvage Campaign Is !SNYDER NAMED

lIENIN'SER Wollam Home on Visit' Here "For: Duration"


It wasn't Just a family visit! -it I The local It\etalacr.p campaign

.. << .... I was a visit to the whole town when Will continue for the duration, the
: Sgt. James Wollam, former Homestead .!;I public wa reminded yesterdayby SUNDAY SCHOOL

Tom Collins on Leave GETS OLD RATING grocer, arrived Saturday to' Ceo. N. Wakefield chairman
stay through next Sunday
Wearing Gold Bars I Fielding A. ("Red") Ruff left'his first furlough line he was inducted on of the district salvage committee. D. R. Snyder was elected gen.
on Friday for his station at..the into service Jlmmy'l days I' "Although the special school I oral superintendent of the Sunday
Lt. Tom Collins arrived Tuesday Key West Naval Bas*. Mr. Ruff, here this week are filled with tel drive ends Friday, there can be no School of the First Baptist Churchlast
from Camp Berkeley Texas, who saw service with the navy In ling old friends about life in Uncle lessening of our effort to get In Sunday. With him will serve
for a visit with his mother Mn. World War One has enlisted at Sam' army, and the army retaliated the scrap," said Mr. Wakefield.I T. C. Shackleford, assistant super
Eva Collins of Modello, before reporting I his old rating of quartermaster, by telling something on "Until the conflict end, it I* the intendent; W. T. McConnell Sr,
Oct 29 for duty as .n administrative second class. ,Jimmy. job of every one of u* .every dayto general secretary; and Miss Ann
officer of the medical Her 1* what the public relationsoffice' turn'In all available scrap to Shackleford. '
unit at Morrison field, West Jack Turner at Duke at Camp Livingston, La. keep our war Industries produc Departmental officers are:
i Palm Beach. Tommy received his I I said about its new quartermastercorps I II I ing" Cradle roll superintendent
: commission on Oct 17, but let the Named on "Dean's I sergeant In a press release ,Mr*. Howard Johnson; Mrs. Alvin
public relations. office of Camp I sent to the Leader: INSPECT FOR RATS Campbell. r.
Berkeley tell about it: 1-dean's ;tf'af" Oct. 22-On the 1 Camp Livingston, La., Oct20. I I Beginners superintendent, Mrs.
Duke University, Inspectors from the Dade
Medical Replacement Training :If the rains come to1' Louisiana, I Orlando Wollam; Mrs. T. C.
this Is John M. (Jack board of
) health
year have been
Center, Camp Barkeley, Texas, Sgt. Jim Wollam Is ready. He has Shackleford. .
\I Oct. 17-Sgt. Thomas Atkln Collins Turner, son of Mr. and fn. ,trouser legs hiked up several Inches -i survey of business places hero I primary-superintendent, Mrs.J. .
23, ton of Mr*. Eva Collins of I Charles G. Turner of Homestead.Men above the proverbial high this week in a county.wlde'effort R. Dorsey; secretary, Frank Me.Iwain .
1{ Homestead, Fla, today towed students making a "B" average -I water mark. ,to eliminate rats. ; teachers, Mrs. T E. Kirby .

aside his non-commlulon stripe I and full rate class standing. But he didn't exactly plan it I Mrs. Albert Bussey, Mrs.
last semester received this distinc.tion
and assumed the gold ban and |that way. Among those scheduled to leave Frank Mcllwaln, Mrs. Charles
,' commissioned rink of second lieu. which allows them study prlIvlltges i i He took a pair of pant to the yesterday for Camp Blending,'I I' Martin and Miss Mabel Ruth Pope.
tenant. ..< with unlimited cut of tailors told them to lop off a were Charles Ewing, John Bar.I Junior-superintendent, Mrs C.
The new officer, after eight classes. Turner, a senior, is also couple of inches and they did. ker, Roy Martin, David Fredrick JO. Robertson; secretary MIa Peg.
weeks of intensive study, was an army aviation. .cadet. at Duke. I BUT-he'd taken the wrong PIIlr,' Marvin Pritchard, Joe Harden"|gy Byrd; teachers Mrs. A. D.
1J, graduated today in the fourth.and as he discovered the next time he' Raymond Wilson and Robert Smith Warren Morris, Miss Fern
largest class of the Medical Administrative Drilling Socks Off Now i put them on. The legs of the Sykes. Robertson, Mrs. Earl Byrd, Mr*.
Corps Officer Candi Reports Hugh E. Bowen "chopped off trousers had been I . I T. ,D. Fiche, Mr*. Bert Andrew, !
School since the school was I a little on the short side to Pvt. Howard Lamb, Jr., who I Is Mrs. Pete Morgan and A. E
organized a few months ago. He "They are really drilling the'with! | stationed with the army air forces .,,Smith.
was given his diploma and cer. ; socks off u* now," reports HughE. Sgt Wollam Is from Hometead, at MacDill Field, spent a 72.I I Intermediate superintendent,
t'4ate Illicit of commission personally Bowen of the U. S. Navy in a(I Fla.. and arrived at Camp LIvIngston hour leave her last week with Lynne irwin; secretary, Wilbur
by Brlf.-Gen. Boy C. Heflebower' letter to former employer Mr. several week ago from his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Caves: teachers Mr. T. T. Bow.

: MRTC and school commandant, and Mrs. Fred H. Redd. |Camp Shelby, Mis*. I Lamb. .. I en, Mr*. Fred Redd Mr*. W. C.
luring ceremonies conducted by Other extracts from the letter1. i I . 9 I Campbell and Mr*. H. Cooper ,
.- I. George E. Armstrong follow: |I Billy Walton Elbert West and ,Ed, Pacetti of the Coast Guard Young people superintendent
school director and assistant com' "I am sun In Charleston ..nddon't Howard West left Tuesday night ha been transferred from. Key Leon Dame; teachers, Mr*.. Floy
.. mandant. He will go at once on know yet when we are going I I for Camp Blending after enlisting West to Guantanamo' Bay, Cuba. Watson. and Charles Schaffer.
leave returning 10 days hence for to leave for school. It should In the ground crew of the . ....dultauperlntendent.. A. D.
alignment of duty not be long now. . We (have a army air forces Elbert and How. William Angellnl *f Florida City Smith; teachers, Mrs Catharine
A student before entering the big dress parade Charleston the ard are cousins, the sons of Mr. left for Camp Blending yesterday. Pickard Mrs. Julia PoHc, T. D.
army, Lieut. Collins Is a graduate 27th of this month-that I I. Navy and Mrs. G. A. West and Mr. and . Plche and Mrs. S. L. West.Booster .
at Homestead High School anda Day. . We had to change to Mr*. S. L. West. Billy Walton I II Pvt. Richard Heinlein has arrived ,
former student of the University wool uniform Thursdsy. the younger son of Mrs. W. K., someplace ,overseas, accordIng Pumps Urged
of Florida which he attended I "We went down to the naval air Walton to word received by his parents For Oversea
for three years. He cam henfrom {I station the other day to land a e Mr. and JoIn. Herman Hein. Aqueduct
a medical battalion at Fort i blimp that was going to Edward lein.
MI.ml.1 Kirby, son of Mr. and The Installation of booster
Clayton Canal. Zone.. I Boy, would I ,hay liked to go Mrs.'I', E.: Kirby on Wednesday I pump by the navy to relieve pressure -
along!" began service In the U. S. Coast Sgt Martin Bishop of Morrison on the 132-mile West
James Field Is LuckyIn . Guard at Miami. Accompaniedby Field, West Palm Beach, was a [water aqueduct baa been Keg requested
Missing SinkingsLuck FRED SHINER HONOREDA his bride, he returned from the I week-end guest at the home of I by' Rep. Pat Cannon of Miami.
farewell dinner for Fred Leroy University of Florida on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin. Cannon believe that such In.
has been with James Field Sklner who left for Camp Bland. for a short visit with his parents . I stallation wpuld give a larger flow ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Field Ing yesterday was given last before h* enlisted. His wife will I Clinton Bishop who I I. stationedin with less pressure. He has been
( of Homestead who I II serving with Sunday by his mother and grand[continue to make her home In Miami with the Coast Guard advised that the navy would take ,,
the navy In the Pacific. James!mother, Mra. Mabel Skiner and Ocala where she I* employed. I early this week visited his parent, I proper action upon receipt of report ,,
+ I aw duty on the U. S. S. VlnceDnea Mrs. F. B. Danzey. '! . Mr. and Mr*. Laban. K. Bishop, of hydraulic engineer who
which later was sunk near j The other present were: Mr. Pvt. David Robert, con of J. H..Sr. I II I are studying, the leaks. '
x f the Solomon Islands, and was refund and Mrs. Howard Smith and I Roberta of Homestead, ha been'I'I .
transfer to the U. S. S. children, Patricia Ann and Douglas transferred to the army medical o = = = c = = = c = o = c == =
Houston which went down In the ; Mrs. Raymond Greer and corps. David, who enlisted on May I t
f, t' Coral Sea. He has been In the children. Nancy Lee, Bobby and 19, is stationed at Camp Wallace, I|
navy seven years. His parents Irene; Mr Jack Dolar and children near Galveston, Tex. I
bad a half-page letter from him Vivian Thomas, Jean . I
written Sept. II, with little news Joyce, and Charles; and Viola Freddie Chapman left Thursday I YOUR TIRES!
other than that Ms mall was not Betty, Richard, and Frances for Camp Blanding where he will
coming through. Sklner.
be inducted into the army.
. . I
Serving In the Hawaiian Islands .w
Following enlistment In the
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wolfe have
to Pvt. Daniel C. Miller son of Darwin I Camber received
U. S. CoaslGuard. should be
their first letter from their inspected ;
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Miller of has been sent to New York your
Pfc. Slgmund Wolfe, who I
son *
Homestead, who enlisted In the his
City where he will receive
serving radio with the
as operator
own protection
army about 11 months ago. Miller basic training.At .
Marines at undisclosed stat'onIn
attend the Homestead high schools. the time of his enlistment
the Pacific. The letter, which yes
e Darwin had been employed for
written on September 13. told
Aviation training at the Jacksonville more than a year at the Vulte lot arrival his
I Slgmund' safe at
naval air station the Miami. He
was Aircraft factory In We Vulcanize '
new station, but gave no other information -
choice of Howard Grouse of wa graduated with.high honors j
Homestead who enlisted last Wed ,from Miami Senior High Schoolin . i iPvt

nesday. This, branch of service 140. James Hardy hat completed
was chosen by lit of IS navy recruits his basic training and has been And
enlisting at the sam time, Mrs. Sidney L. Kendrick. Jr. Issued tropical clothing, but he RepairPermanently
It was announced by Lieut. N. C. I will leave today for Goldsboro, doe not know where his next
Rhodes Jr. officer In charge of N. C. to Join Pvt. Kendrick whois top will be, according to a let-
navy recruiting for South Florida. stationed there. ter sent from his station In Tent :

SUBSCRIPTION BLANK' .. City near New Orleans to Ms par.
ent. Mr. and Mrs. Bird Hardy.
Pvt. Hardy enlisted In the army ,
Tire Cuts and Bruises ;
Leader-Enterprise _.....__.__..._...,,1942. air fore September. . tl.

14 N. W. Third Street, Harvey Newton who enlisted
Homestead Fla. 'recently in the Seabee reportedto b
Miami on Sunday for active WE RECAP
naval duty.

Inclosed herewith is $1.00 for which.. send YOUR OLD TIRESand

the Leader for one year te:
F. Preens
carry a complete line of new tiresto '


supply, your. certificates ,

Mail Addres...:.-...-. at rsaaaaable rate =- '


I !.uo If papas ia to be mailed Outside Dad County. .

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Friday, October 23, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Three 1

FREE I Republican Candidate BLANKS Wollam Tells Lions JIMCS AKCIIEK SMITH
i Visits in Homestead Of Life as RookieSgt I HOSPITAL NEWSA

FOR CAR OWNERS OBTAINABLE AT! James Wollam; member of seven-pound two-ounce .
I Bert Leigh Acker of Miami, Republican the Redland District Lions Club daughter, Olivia Katherine, was i
candidate In the general born to Mr. and Mrs Owen Ken.
I !
WIIOJOIN V.SoL. election of Nov. t for congressman,COUNTY OFFICE! who is serving with the United neth Bryant of Princeton in UM \
States Army, on Tuesday night
enj j
from the fourth Florida district James Archer Smith Hospital on j
was In Homestead on Wednesdayfor I I I tertalned the group with stories of j Oct 20. Mrs. Bryant Is the form. ,
I his experiences "rookie", Sgti:
Formation ;;Homestead chap conferences with local party I Application blanks for Farm' as a !er Miss Catherine Steffan daughter ;
'I Wollam, who la stationed with the
ter of the national Victory Service ,committemen and residents. He Security Administration loans to of County Agent. sad Mrs. 1
I at Camp
League, a national alliance of:I was accompanied by his campaign low Income farmers may be so-I quartermaster corps Chas. H. Steffan I
Livingston near New Orleans, Is
S motorists, was announced here to- manager, George B. Griffith. cured at the office of County I On Oct 20 a daughter weighing
I home on a furlough this week.
"' ay by W. R. Bird, president of I Mr. Acker, a pioneer Miamian, Agent Charles H. Steffan It was' Introduced as new members six pounds eleven ounces was
the Bird Chevrolet Co, which will operated the first theatre In Mla.1 announced this week. Such loans'I of born to Mr. and Mrs Clayton 1
I 1 were E. A. Roberts,
I manager
serve ai local headquarters of the ml. For the past"ten years are in line with I the FSA six- I Collins.
Camp Redland, migratory farm
new organization Mr. Bird recently been a public relations counsel. point, war-time program for Increasing I and
i labor camp, and Vernon Van Ness, Mrs. Olin Wright baby ,
returned from Jacksonvillewhere food production I I daughter were returned on Tuesday
editor of the Redland District I
he was formally ducted as I! Mrs. Holland BuriedWednesday War orders from Claude Wick. News |i to their home here The baby
Homestead chairman of the VSL Miami ard, secretariat agriculture, are I
in Mrs. L P. McLean gave a vocal |I born Oct. 18, weighed eight
The Victory Service League, according .l being put info effect locally by solo, with Mrs T. E. Hodges at pounds, fourteen ounces.
to Bird, hai been founded I Funeral services for Mrs Lillian M. A. Boudet farm supervisor' of the piano. I Mrs. E. B. Blackburn and In.
I FSA In Dade County. In an effort 1
at a patriotic organization of car Brown Holland, 34, who died fant son, "Bunny," were returnedto
and truck operator who are pledg.''Tuesday after a seven-day illness to eliminate wasted labor, Rev. Robert R. Spear I their home Wednesday
wasted time, and wasted produc-
Ing themselves W car conservation'Iin aMlaml hospital were held at Mrl. Floyd Turner and baby
tion, the following six points are Will Seine SupplyThe
in the interests' of maintaining .two o'clock Wednesday afternoon as 1 daughter were returned to their
America's civilian tin the goal of the program, Mr. Bou
transportation I Goulds Baptist Church with the det said Rev. Robert H. Spear who home on Thursday
system.In I Rev. A. V. Plnnell. officiating
II 1. To put the small farm operator recently resigned as pastor of
addition the league will pro' Burial was In Graceland Memorial Homestead Church of the Nazarene
with Idle labor and resources -I Body of Henry Rucjnr
vide motorists with a correlating Park under the direction ofI will
serve as supply
to work the nation'sproduction pastor
which I Turner Funeral Home. on Sent to Union City N. J.
agency through they can line, and to keep him until a successor is found, he announced ,
participate in nationally-, Besides her husband, Edward A.
any yesterday I -
there, by: (a) credit and supervis
sponsored activity designed to fur. Holland, she leaves two daughters :on, (b) a program of medicalcare Mr. Spear, who has served hers I I The body of Henry Ruegg, whQ
ther the country's war effort, Bird Edith and Myra Gall, two
I In order that he may per, three years, resigned his charge died last Tuesday James Archer
Mid sons, Stanley and David, her form his farm and home workefflclentJ recently to accept employmentwith I Smith Hospital was sent by the

More than 8,000 Chevrolet deal. mother, Mrs. Georgia Brown of ,; (c) debt adjustmentand Pan American Air Ferries Turner Funeral. Home on Monday
en and 75,000 of their employees Miami; four sisters, Mrs Irving improved tenure arrange' Command He Is secretary and to Union-City N. J., for burial
comprise the basic about.I!Holland of Princeton Mrs Eugene treasurer and his
group ments. of the Redland DUtrlct Mrs Ru".". his wife,
which the Victory Service Leaguehas A Harper of Naranja, and Mrs 2. To establish, on the basis of Ministerial Association and has brother, Ernest, who had been
been,established. This group Marvin A. Jackson and Mrs J. W. individual planning food production I been an acth'e worker and officer visiting here from Hohokus N. J,

hat a twofold purpose in making Bridges of Miami, and two broth. goals for all borrowers. Iin the. Homestead Art Club accompanied the body.
effective In the ers, C. M. Brown, Jr., stationed I I
the league war
I I I 3. To develop food processing, I
with the Coast Guard at Card I
effort. First they have taken an (storage, marketing and tranpor-
Sound, and Archie D. Brown of I
active part in four of the nation'sgreatest I tatlon facilities

patriotic drives They.Miami. 4. To develop plans for housing I I
were extremely effective'in the Mrs. Holland came to Princeton I I
transportation and adjustment
drive to establish the ten per cent seven years ago from Jessup, Ga, of farm labor. I
bond program. Second, they actively I and moved a short time ago with I I 5. To strengthen. tenure arrange.
her family to 3548 S. W. 13th terrace I
engaged in the scrap rubber 1 ments and to call the public's nttent'on . announces its appointment
campaign and the metal scrap Miami. She was a member '
to avallibility of land for
campaign. ,of Goulds Baptist Church. as Homestead Headquarters
lease or ownership
The purpose of the Victory I 6. To help small farmers overcome .
I of the
Service League Is to assure conservation I Presbyterians to Hear deficiencies of equipment b\ i I II

t of passenger cars and l Rev. W. Garret Blair I pooling their resources and efforts:
' trucks and will bring to the nation 1----1 I and buying. and using machinery i VICTORY SERVICE LEAGUEA
:. a full realization that the motorist .together. !

'must protect his equipment to t I II. the subject chosen by the Rev.,

get the most economical mileageand Garret ,Blair of Miami who (Death Takes Grandsire I '
to prolong the driving life of:will fill the pulpit of the Home Of Mrs. Augustus Wynn new national organization 'llMal '

.,, the car ,or truck he is now using .stead Pesbyterlan Church Sunday I of American
in his country's service. morning Funeral I,
services for Robert
"Automotive transportation is I The Presbyterian Men's Club Early. King, 77, grandfather all)I car aid truck owners -' i

' Americas vital life-line" Bird will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Augustus Wynn, were held who are uniting to /
; said. "The 27,000000 passenger Mr. and Mrs J. R. Brooks. Mrs. Monday afternoon In Combs Chap.'!
/ cars and the 000,000 trucks now i l Brooks and Mrs Paul Haley willserve el, Miami with Interment In Co-I "save. the wheels that l

. operating in this country constitute : dinner to the group coplum cemetery South Miami. serve America." r r

:,; a great source of mobility in Mr. King died on Saturday In

the hands of the general public. I trucks are urged to sign the VSL Hollywood nt the home of his America's cars and a
, How that essential mobility in con- pledge he pointed out and the I daughter, Mrs S W. Smith MrsWynn's .
servi .\ h.-s .irry direct bearing fact tflat'local headquarters will mother. Mr,. Wynn spent trucks must be conserved -

j on the v\ ,,II" program It IS tie 1 I-P the Che\ rolet dealership has last week in Hotly wood and after if Amt>I'ir:1: N '::
, im ,.f tin VSL to luster uiit'on the aims and intents the funeral I
iw bearing on brought Mrs. Sm tl)
t ".b'l! ocnicn" itlon of transputt'li of the to Homestead lot visit to be preserved You
I _prigram.. .__.__ a .
.nr th'I'' > "
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-- can hole vam' ('nuntby joniihtf I
1 T7" ,nlional slogan of Uwvsr i "
national Hiance ui ino'orM' who arc I
,.' ,
I futrtpd is,
i\ WiuI', ; I.The! Serve .;:'T1'f. Inn "w conservation! tm Victory 'I' 1

I"U.III I Waist b? translated into ac' in\ ii., I I
motorist is ellgille and is cordially i I.
tuilnHiitf the VSI affords inexiellcui
" ned'urn for so doingVSL .' .A COUNTRY HOME join the VSL. There Is no charge, of tun. r i f t

members, BM ssjd, will i
And we are offering a free car comet: Vctt1PIl
receive a free car conservation inspection -
r when they sign/ the national inspection when you join . in order to help t

: pladge In addition, they WANTEDWe you help your country. !
I will be given membership cards
and emblems to display on their

u i cars. Come In today for jour free membershipcard

I t Owners of all makes of c.nand have a client for a desirable and car emblem. And1)Hng jour car I

' country home. He prefers that there in for a free conservation! inspection. I

t EXPERT be a bearing grove and some farm land !

I adjacent, but these are not as importantas THE BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY I

: BARBERING the condition of the property.If Homestead Headquarter of the National 1 I

Haircut tOt you hue such a property for sale, VICTORY SERVICE LEAGUE

1 Shave ____ !3eWe

Shampoo .(Plain)_ write us at L
Throw Your SCRAP into the Scrap!
Shampoo (Meditated)_ 159
, Slage . ? lit 1127INGRAHAM
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' Facial l'aek. _____ _,75ecmnation MIAMI, FLA. .

. Facial- litTeatot orP1IONE'MIAMI ; Another Victory Train. !

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Pare Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, OctoUr<< 23, 1942.'* FiI

' I Dart Cast. Btymond Martin ape. "'
HOMESTEAD LEADERAND ur Great American i RAISEDContinued clal service officer ,
( front Page Onel j| Lieut E. J. McFadden. asst ad
jutant and consolidated met of-

rowUW tm lilt of the.new ba.., CoL Burrows said: fleer; Lieut H. J. Brennao pro.

: 1 I "Be' ready at aU times to lay vost marshal; Lieut Bernard :
P..Ihh.1 r_" .. Ne..t.w. 19., ACROSSINC Stein, assistant
he be awth Undo r1lWioao1M l.a: wat.i down your lives for the flag that quartermaster
i I II raised her today. We art resolved -, Lieut T. B. Royal, post engineer j

trey ARCHER that no other flag shall ever Lieut R. G. Brow! personnel Id1"

r.- and Fdit.e5ARJORIE fly from this staff." I. jutant; Lieut D. M. Carpenter au. :

(1 : LEACH AICHER following prayer by the wingchaplain tomotlve officer Lieut E. E. Falk.' ""I

.._10' renter Cpt J. H. Cunningham,1 enbuurg, post dentist; Lieut Frank ",'

. IIAlf naUI.L DICERts011N : the Homestead High' School band H. Hewitt mess officer. micil
... and sunhatsuaacRirrION played the national anthem as CoL I I Lieut D. D. Henderson, men

--- --- U Burrows holited the flag toII..'officer; Lieut. C. G. Browse assistant 1

BATE top of the flagstaff. Paced by 1' quartermaster; Lieut Franjj

U IMU _... SIM half-a-dozen pretty drum major.'rll Conrad, ordnance oft! cer; Lieut P.To
; 1 OHM, Jp-Cwailf._ , MM attest the band paraded and played R. W. Mullis, air corps supply of.' \ an
------- afterward In spite of muddy. fleer; Lieut J. J. Brennan, assist !

....... w _. elaN mad Mott" ground and damp uniform causedby ant operation officer; Lout R. J. '.
..... 16. 1.1.. as 1M err elf.... ..tNaa"t..d
rh.td.. peed" Ow ass at a downpour of rain that delayed -I Stacey, assistant operation offl.cer. .;, w<
Mar,* a_ UTI, the dedication for more than : '.
an hour. be
After the flag had been raised ENSIGN

: No ArgumentBy ",\'. ... ...'4".,..II -=. CoL Burrows liked Mayor Harristo I Its
1 .- address the officers and men -
Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick -seab.... ;;:;; ]
I WoMtZTMMMTO'U.tr.MnMMMI .a..w ....t.=.. of the base. On behalf of the (Continued Page One) .' M
: ,,
So often I have ha-ed a "ha"And I, K__ MtMKWm__l =-._jjji j. __ city the mayor welcomed the newarrivals and wa graduated from Riverside
for good measure added ttimrfoe.il MI moucicnyey isle --II-__ ,;Military Academy During his va-'
), I ....ear"A me mmve_-.% or.PI 10AW.M.lee and Invited them to makethemselves 1
''hI.," L"M:.n..oo. ,' cation he assisted In the management
:v MHHIMH M t, = '". "at home In Home-
; And later found that I was much I TwW'--I">p rwi nwe ns --"ws" stead." I of the filling station hoa

.. mistaken. Invited guests from Homestead which his father has owned and

.. So now if folks say black I* whit I present at the flag raising and| operated 'In Homestead cine pioneer Tdiy
I I chirp right up "No doubt you're dl'l.
it the sumptuous repast In the
right Analysis of Proposed AmendmentsTo Bamboo,, were Mayor Harris: Roy Enlisting a* a naval aviation\ )4'N'

And let them gloat that they've Chandler president of the Homestead I cadet after two years at The ate.

fetched home the bacon. Be Voted on Nov. 3 Rotary Club; John Graves, del In Charleston young lichen. rid ti or

I First vice-president of the Redland berger received his training at

District Lions Club; Ben Archer; Pciuacola 'and Opa-Locka wherehe
: Veteran's Heart president of the Homestead Lead. was given his commission last

Fourth Amendment ( give to the board, or commission er, and Vernon Van Nets, publish December. H* wa assigned to ioj

Don Standing, 47-year old lecturer The fourth constitutional amend'exercising supervision of salt water er of the Redland District New Norfolk on Jan. 18. hem

J \ poet and artist, who left his ment in Its order on the ballot if fsh and salt water product of Lt. Wm. I.. Sawyer the navy' H* and Miss Parman, daughterof
i the state the power to make and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Par.
I, home In Fort Pierce to join the passed would make the circuit resident engineer In charge of'
colors as a private, this week released I judges constitutionally elective establish rule and regulation for construction of the Florida Keys, man of Homestead were married

the following eightlineverse I judicial officers and take them out the oonservatifn, preservation and :aqueduct was a special guest I In Raleigh N. C. on March 25.

which he state I I. intendedto of the present category of being protection of such salt water prod : On Cot Mummer's staff at the,They' remained together-after he In

explain his re-enlistment In the constitutionally appointive officers ucts, without'regard to the uniformity Homestead base are the following:, was transferred to Oakland, Cat w he

army. He entitle It "Veteran's I but actually under the democratic of the application of such i Maj. Carl Godwin, base quarter-i late In May until he went over. Slth

Heart", and has authorized Its release predominance prevailing in rule in the different portion and master; Capt Arnold W. Brecht,I tea the following mdeih. Since

to the newspapers of the our state, and by virtue of the part of the state. At the present base adjutant and commanding' then Mrs. Eichenbergejt bal been
democratic elective time, salt water fish and products officer G.| with her parent In Homestead. .
state through the Florida News primary system, ; guard squadron; Capt.
Service. The verse follows: [ In fact It Is a good amendment are under the supervision,regulation E. Osborn, c. O. !54th ferrying to
for those who desire these and protection of the state squadron; Capt. A. W. Gilmore, LABOR BATTLE tit,

VETERAN'S HEARTI i judges to be permanent In the board of conservation which con. adjutant air base squadron;,Capt
{status of elective official 'It I is a|slats of the governor cabinet and L. It. Varon, poet surgeon; Capt.I -
am sorry. Yet, If Fat should bad amendment for those who has 'administrative. head of all I T. H. Bondurant, operations offl[i (Continued from Page One) .

say to me I'I want these judges to be constitutionally *1'1' work under the conservation' .[national significance "ai the first orA''

"Rest; Soldier reef Dismissed.. appointive subject to "board. All duties, powers and authority after:to apportion the represents.tion .(time in history a court had Interfered thbe
Put down your pack." I vetted In the state geologist wth the Internal workings
democratic nomination predoml- in the senate, limiting the
,. Each nerve and muscle would nance.I the shell fish commissionerand [ fered wth the Internal working to
apportionment to forty senatorial
make tired urgent plea j I the state game commsslonef,1 of a labor union", also held that toof
To listen and obey A moment's I If this amendment Is rejected by as these existed prior to the 133session districts and specifying a* the the court Is the proper forum for

slackWhile |I popular vote, the selection of ctr. of the legislature are now bails for such apportionment lathe the relief of union member
cult court judge under the constitution Senate to be, is near as pos-
i sleep's Insistent fingers [ threatened with disciplinary actlon. .
press against wlU remain ** one of the Bible as equal a population. prac Judge Holt was commended
j my eye I
ticable in each senatorial district m
And languor slow drugged executive powers of the governor,con- for his decision by the noted oomI Si
wine dull sounds of strife. i I Such a judge cannot hold office for It of also provide for apportionment I, mentator H. V. Kaltenbom, In a trT
representation in the house orepresentatives
# Until my Veteran Heart, protesting -!longer than qne six-year term the board or commission havingin upon the samebasis radio address Friday night
cries without reappointment However I1 I The dispute begin when J. V.
charge the administration of the as the present Section 3 of
unless and until the
right now
"Fall In. Soldier. Forward. HoecherInc., painting contrac- .
laws governing the salt water fish.
Article VII of aid constitution,
March . to lltel" given the political parties to rec- ton for 137 buildings it the airbase
Ing industry and salt ,
ommend to the nominee water products to-wlt, three representatives. teach o G
governor acceded to the demand of
to regulate their an
conservation of the five most populous M
for such official positions Is withdrawn -I
engineer for the of
accordingly conditions army use spray
the effective practice of as in any counties and one representativeeach to W
Future Farmers making the selection of such ap-;\ given locality of the state may require of the remaining counties.To I j I machines Instead of brushes is
specified In the union dim
without violating
jolntees one of party nominationmore I any con analyse this proposal any
Helping to assure themselves|i than one of executive I choice, stitutional provisions other than further than is set forth above i|The twenty painters Involved M
agreed to the of machines
and their country of lasting security will continue. The trend of the the heretofore existing uniformityof one would have to deal with the use un- P
der the condition that be
243,000 Future Farmers of'I,times seems to be toward allowing. law requirement of the coifstltutlon apportionment program of legls.latie they w
'protected from the
t America In 7.500 chapters through.out people to select by popular vote| representations in the senate t fines threatened by $600 the I union.day N
the country have In the and house of this itate. Certainly | G
past,all public official in all branches i It should be noted that this provision : Hoecherl then petitioned for the
\. :year invested more than $1,500,000 1 of government upon (he theory doe not authorize any the proposed amendment injunction.

( In war bonds and stamps, announces -: that such Is the dwnoncratlc way board or commission now existing, Is no worse than the existing section I Harry Harper and Steve Franko,
W. A. Ross' of the constitution for which
executive hereafter created m
101' te establish
i Whether this ought to be i ,business agent and president re*
r secretary nt FFA, U. S. office of I rules and regulations without M- the proposed amendment Is offered g,
,applied In the instance of our clr. .I i spectlvely, of the local, Immediately -
education in Washington. C j I gard ;uniformity: of application, in substitution. In this respect C,
cwt court judges Is one that maybe and | resisted the court suit and the
Mi "An FFA member I'I a farm boy': argued against the theory of1 I but rather provide that the let Is- sense the substitution presented .j matter was deemed so Importantthat w
i is not a scheme of I b.to.
store vest In representation
who I* studying vocational may such boar4 the
agriculture -[keeping the courts free from the but Thacher was appointed to
In his local high school.contaminating influence of mod-|power of making such rule and really nothing more assist R. B. Gautier, union coun-
than the
and who U developing his own I era day politics. Of all Institutions regulations, thereby retaining In creation ol two new senatorial set. Hoecherl was represented by

complete farm program for the: of government our court1I the control of the legislature the districts, one from South William J. Pruitt.

I: future," said Mr. Rot' "Thl entitle -I should remain aloof from this in-'t]right to withhold, change and alter da.Florida There and one Isn't from North Flori m

him to membership In this.fluence. Any judge who knows:jor recall the power to make the very much controversial nl

national organization of farm boys.Sometimes .I that his decision in a given case'I rules and regulations, and throughi matter or elective choice 1 it YWA
the exercise thereof I presented by the proposaL k ntthe i"irAns
also the form [
getting a start In his may alienate a group of voters or I Ii I' (To Be Continued) .
farm plan with his father' and character of such rule and
help,i convert mother group to his support |,
or often largely on his own initiative In an election, may find iti t regulation !

he eventually becomes self.{difficult not to give some considl -: This amendment will give the Home rovemcnts
sufficient and keeps his own farm|oration to his course of action I legislature the power to permit m

business records to prove It. from the standplnt of the effectof I the state conservation department i! financed I Under HOME: REPAIRS

"Hundreds of PTA chapter are I that alienation to provide such regulations without !
I discrimination and with due f Now there Is no need delay.
buying bond regularly, a* are It ha been Aid by those wise Lh1.
; hundreds of Individual member,I In the Judicial administration regard for all existing and Involved Ing those much needed Home

: .R from the profits In their livestock,i \ea'I'u ought to! conditions, seasons and conservation Improvement of Roofing-
,'t or crop project In some cases.I I approach question Involving the Painting.

ITA member are converting theirtire rights, and legal Interpretation
Sixth Amendment For details of
... profit Into war saving. i[with the utmost caution, free from our financial
The proposed sixth amendment assistance In Building call for
1 all restraint calculated to Impose
"Hawaii leads with a total of '
Improper and non-Judicial Influence ! creates two new senatorial districts an Interview.
Into the realm of his judicial i jln i the state, one to be composed ,

t "Besides their war savings,I consideration, and only with a conaclousnees -|:Jot Broward County and the other .e.

nearly 50,000 member are In the of his own sense of self to be composed of Calhoun and

armed force Member nave(restraint and of the lam and fact Gulf counties, Broward to be the BROOKER LUMBER CO.
collected Over 77000.000 pound of.Involved I Seth Senatorial District and Cal ,

crap metal, over 30000.000 pounds houn and Gulf to be the 40th Sen- .
Lenber. ....... Saab Dean, TeefeHOMTSTKAD
Firth AsneadmrmiThe
of paper, over 1700,000 pounds I atorial District It require the
of rubber and ever 00,000 pounds fifth amendment If passed j,legislature In I'IIIIIar.loD In] SHOP! u FLORIDA

'of rag*.- i,would permit toe. legislature tai!i 1M] Md every less year there.


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. Friday_ October 23, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Pit .j

Miss Madene Gilmer underwent Fort Myen within another month. D. Baldwin of Dalton, Pa, u. ::1'

an appendectomy Monday Roy Neill Is expected hit week rived Wednesday to spend Uu {
night in the Kendall hospital.Mr. I from South Bend, N. C winter with Mrs. Edith Tamblyi

It and Around I and M-J;:: and Mr*. Naomi DanG l;
D. Barnes are
I I Miss Dorothy Barker left Saturday -
I entertaining Mr*. Barnes' father for a one-week visit with Pot A. L Mills, Jr, returned to
Homestead !John F. Hummer wh arrived I Mrs. Annie William of Allen Fort Benning. Ga. Saturday situ I
: last Thursday from Covington, Ky. dale, S. C. i a four-day visit with his parents '
i i ii Mr. and Mr*. A. X. Mill*.
Mrs. Henry Kufeldt has been ill I
r Mrs. R. J. Shepherd of North
at her home this week.
i I Mia Beatrice din (a recover.
I Haven, Conn.. will arrive next
_ Mrs Herman Helnleln. a chairman Archer Oodson and Charles week.A log from an appendix operation in
of the county P.-T. A. council -I Connor are expected home soon L. A. Young who was associated the Kendall hospital.
. and Sin. A. L. Campbell and from a trip to New York Oty. with the Gulf Oil Corporation has i -
tin. W. H. Turner of the Redland accepted a position In the local pot-luck supper will be Charles Willis, Jr.. of Lakeland
: P.-T. A. will attend the state coo. Mr. and Mn. Carl Anderson and I post office. served Wednesday at the Community arrived Sunday U spend the win-
notion in Jacktonvlll Nov. 3 daughter Marian, have moved' Church and Bible moving pie ter with his sister, Miss. Catherine
and *. I I from the J. D. Redd house on N. Mn. S. A. Turner I* employed ture will be shown.A. Mock.
I I W Fifth street to the adjoininghot t let the McCrory store.
L. Mills, to
Sr. returned
Mr. and Mr*. J. D. Redd who] i on the west which they Mrs. J. 0. Murphy of Miami and
Mr. and Mn. D. C Safer. Jr Cape Sable Monday after a oneweek -
were expected home early this' haw bought and remodeled, children. Mrs. O. R. Brown and
visit with his here.
week from Alken S. C, have moved recently into one of the i family i her grandchildren, Dollie and Olin
A. R. Singleton has returned J. U. Free apartment on Flagler -
been detained by serious of their Wright Jr, Mrs. Lula Free and
aiiter Mn. Iva Arthun. from Victoria Hospital to his homeon street Miss Bonnie Myen of Miami Martha Rome fret were Sunday
Coconut Palm drive where h* I I spent Wednesday night with her guesta of Mr. and Mn. K. E.
L. Anderson ii critically ill at ia recuperating from a major operation Mr*. Mettle Crawford on Wednesday parents, Mr. and Mn. W. E. Myen. Scott
his dome in Modello morning was called to .
Charleston, S. C. to the bedsideof
Rudolph of Fort Pierce
Lewis Brandenburg la expected Jesse Soper--called to Atlanta her son who was critically injured I Mrs. Loren Brown and two visited relative here Monday and \ home today from Cay Ga. to resume on Sunday by the serious In an accident at the ship children and Mr. and Mrs. Way- I Tuesday
arming operation her. 'illness of his mother Mr*. 3. A. yards. land Demere and Infant on of y! i

Mn. Brandenburg and ton Arthur Seper. ,Chokoloskee spent Sunday In I Miss Ingeborg Mattson of Mia. ,.'
who had been staying with Mr. and Mrs Paul Newmona :Florida City and were accompanied ml arrived Wednesday for a two- I
Mr. and Mn. J. Ton Vann line The Rev. George H. Ricks.and and family moved Wednesday to home by Miss Peggy D*. week visit with her sister, Mn '
returning In September moved his mother, Mn. John A. Ricks, Venice. Fla. I i mere Mrs. St. Clair Demere and Johnny Becker.
on Monday to their home west moved on Tuesday to Miami i son accompanied: them her and I
of Florida City. Shores where Mr. Ricks has begun Mr*. D. L. Bowen 1* visiting I:remained until Wednesday READ THE WANTADSBUT ;
. his pastorate of Northwestern her sister, Mrs. R. J. Zissett in]
Mn. Alice Oxland of Florida Presbyterian Church. Mrs. T. L. Savannah. Mr*. Bowen, who left
City, daughter of Mn. R. J. Shep. Hodges sister of Mr. Ricks, and for Savannah on Friday, will visit SIGH
herd, U serving aa assistant In the her sons Tom and John. will con. relative in Metier, Ga. also be-I '
municipal library.Mr. tinue for the present to make their fore returning home. ACKERCONGRESS; y
home in the mans her*.

and Mn. M. A. Swan have Miss Ann Shackleford on Sunday ! fee
a* home guests their daughter- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raymondof visited Lieut. and Mn. Paul,
in-law Mn. Noble Holland, and Miami were guest of Mr. and Mitchell In Miami Beach and:
her two children Dennis and Mn. Paul Reynolds several day Miss Evelyn Sullivan In Miami.

Sharon from Memphis, Tenn. this week. I l-Farty Gvt Candidate tu 1
Mn Pete Morgan and Mn.
i Irk Ceag.:: Dtotrlci
Miss Martha Close who Is em- Virgil Lott are spending several
Miss Wilcox of
rlo manager Yea ems veto tar Aeker *. ;:
day In West
Key with Mr.
ployed In Miami spent the week- and
the Western Union office, hal re- '
I Nev. S M (Miter how
Mn. Gotch Kufeldt and rjvaied.
end here with her parent, Mr. )
turned from a two-week vacatiOn .
and J. Kufeldt. their later, will He b at a rbb *
in Avon ark. Mn. E. Close. return 1
spent siaaq,
with them for visit
'-.. a t! '
Mr*. W. S. Cheshire returnedWednesday relative here, with I
Mr, and Mn. Robert R. Relrnert (laid foMtleal AivertlscBknl)
to her home In Okee- A
and eon, Philip, left Thursday for I
chobee City after a visit here with Mrs. J. C. Lott and Mrs. A.
.. . .
Atlanta where they will make .
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Riven and son Sherwln, .
their home.. Mn. Relmert baa 8.1
and Mr*. Charles Tldwell the week-end In Miami with
been serving M dressings Inspector -
in the local Red Cross work Lott who U employed there. For Complete Home Furnishings +I .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spear have
room and she has been a memberof
returned to their home In Prin. Rosemary Dickinson. daughter
the Homestead Art Club.
ceton from Gainesville where of Mr. and Mn S. L. Dickinson, See j c :
they spent the summer. was ill for several days this week. i ierr
R. H. Worley, Homestead patrol. .
man, was removed at two o'clock
Mr*. J. V. Tidwell of Brook
Sunday morning to a Miami district FLORIDA: CITY
hospital for treatment. villa arrived Wedesday to visit Smith-Graves Furniture Co.
her ton and daughter-in-law, err Warren Sewry ; i ir
Mr. and Mn. Charles Tldwell. ,
Mn. Joel J. Rob.lnson returned
George John returned Saturlay
fast Thursday from Williamson, '
Fred Suber began work this from Fort Myen after a two- Homestead Phone 243-J ,
Gs. where she visited her mother,
week In the de- month visit with his Monroe
Mrs. Grace McLellan Smith. partment at the quartermaster army air base. Johns. He plans uncle to return toI .. . . .... . ........ . .. .. .... ... . .. .. ... .
While In Georgia she attended the I
dedication In Marietta ot the I

memorial to her aunt, Mrs. Alice I
McLellan Blrney, founder of the "
Parent-Teacher movement, and I eQSS -
was a guest for three days of Mn

Ga.Nicholas Westbrook in Griffin I REDLAND BRAND: FERTILIZERS

Mn. John Scarborough and her .

mother, Mrs. Emma Wright, have
gone to Join Mr. Scraborough in I 3
Corpus Christi, Tex. where they 0 0 0
will make their home. Mrs. Scarborough
has been employed in the -

local port office. Consult us about your fertilizer requirements -

Mr. and Mn. R. E. Atkinson are

moving to Lake Worth. For a for the coming year. '
number of years, Mr. Atkinson has
been caretaker at Royal Palm I "

park. I Due to government regulation and, shortages i

I .
AaneuiceaMit ' of several materials we will not be able to :


aa. ., make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will .

DR. C. C. RAY do our best to supply as near as possible what t

.are New _laW with

DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST ." you will need.

Offle He C7eset anwtkm rn9&aLIs2P.AL SateHay I to U I Florida .East Coast Fertilizer Co. J

ITH w. w. lira: IT, MUM I Telepham W FRANK B. RUE, Manager Homestead, Fb. I

Y" 4tq j

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< Pare Six HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, October t1, 1942

If I . . Social Events in South Dade . . 11


-- Mrs. Roberta Harrison at a spaj- --

Miss Mary Agnes Bradley became her home here since infancy and hetti dinner given by: the Junior Elaborate preparations for the I Mr*. Walker, Mrs. Wlttkop Mrs.
the bride of Ignacio Garciaon was graduated from Homestead Woman Club of Homestead Mon- Junior Woman's Club's annual Hall and Miss Birdie Horns will
High School. She attended the night at Tomassl's in Florida City. Halloween dance are being direct serve as hostesses at the door.
Saturduy morning in Miami. Stanley Business College Mrs. Harrison has joined the W. ed by Mrs. Allen Neat, general Favors will be' given guests as

For the ceremony, Which was performed Mr. Garcia a native of Cuba, A. A. C. and Is now awaiting her chairman. they enter the door. .
by Judge W. F. Blantonin has made his home for the past call to duty. Mrs. T. J. Walker, decoration Profits from the dance will be
his office in the court house, eight years in Miami where he The president Mrs. Augustus chairman, Is being assisted by used to purchase electric tans for
the bride wore a brown linen suit is chef at Manning's Marine Ter. Wynn; and Mrs. Harrison were,Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop, M<*. Burley installation the Chamber of
j enhanced by brown accessories.Mrs. I race. He will be inducted at hostesses. I' Dendy Mrs. Stewart Hall Mrs. Commerce building to insure com-

1 Garcia, who ii employed by Camp Blanding on Oct. 29, and After the ,dinner bunco was John Barker, Mrs. Bruce JEnnls: fort at club dances. The refreshment
the War Department in Miami if Mrs. Garcia will continue to make played. |!Miss Birdie Home, Mrs. Augustus concession will be handled
I a daughter of Mrs. A. R. I her home In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Others present were: Mrs. Stan- ;I Wynn and Mrs. James L Bird. by the Redland First Aid station
ton of Homestead. She Llvlnp-j Garcia spent the week-end hers ley Wittkop, Mrs: Bruce Broils, 1 I Mrs. Roberta Harrison and Mri"Dertdy which will receive 7S per cent of
In Damascus Ga., but (-at the home of Mrs. Livingston. Mrs. T. J. Walker Mrs. Allen :1: will serve as cashiers at the net proceeds for the purchaseof
Neal. Mrs. Budley Dendy Miss the ticket window and Mrs. Neal, needed equipment.

STEPHEN FOSTER JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB Birdie Home, Mrs. Delma Rhodes, I I .
I. Mrs. Stewart Hall, Mrs. James L. HOMESTEAD P.-T. A. BEGINS ,Corps Is serving somewhere in the

I. garet Albright and Mrs. Arthur The annual membership drive|I Games and songs were enjoyed.

1 This year's opening meeting of Cookies, candy and punch were Frandi. i of the Homestead Parent-Teacher Gifts were presented to Mrs.
the Stephen Foster Junior Music I served by the hostess. Association was Inauguarted at Creel In a large pink boat, "Ship
ART CLlTO HEAR 'Buford," which carried the American -
Present besides those named the October meeting of the association -
I Club was held Friday night at the were: Mrs. Howard Johnson and TAUt BY MRS. COOPER | held yesterday. I|I flag.

borne of Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefield, Mrs. Bevel Webb, counselors, Mrs Mrs. Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper) Mrs. M. F. White is chairman'I Chicken salad sandwiches, can.
organiser of the club and pact I W. B. Mills, Ruth Rutland, Anne will talk on Chinese and Japaneseart for the high school and Mrs. I dy, coffee and punch were served.

counselor. Rheney, Diana Springer Gypsle at the opening meeting of the Green Rives, for the elementary,,' Present besides the host hostess
, Vera Rlieney made the addicts Howard, Barbara Wakefield, Homestead Art Club at the home'of grades, it was announced. Mrs. and honor guest were: Mr" and
of welcome; Marian Anderson Frances Rutland, Dorothy Moon, Mrs. B. M. Hindman Monday Rives will be assisted by Mrs. W. Mrs. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs.
gave a boll lyre solo; Mary Ellen i Doris Ada, Hilda and Clarice Dod- afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. .L. Sawyer. Wa/c Blattner Mrs. Donald

Hearing, a vocal solo, John son, Hubert Smith, Joe Reynolds, "As I See the Future" was the Thompson Mrs. Nancye Strands
i Huehle 4 clarinet solo; and ArdtlParmtin Frank Hausman, R. E. Chambliss, GLEANERS' CLASS NAMES subject of a talk by the Rev. O. Mrs Seymour Dane Mrs Wm.
; a piano solo. The program Arthur Brandenburg, John Pope, NOMINATING COMMITTEE | Sewell Palmer of Homestead LlttlecHld. Lee Sinter, Mrs.
closed' with group singing of John Ruehlo and David Fred. Named the ,Methodist Church. H-nrv Tmlnr Mrs. Paul Seen
on committee -
patriotic songs. riche Mrs. Virginia Edwards' room Mrs Matilda Levy. Mrs, ShirleyKelly
of the Gleaners' Class-of'
-'- -- Miss Wilma .
and Thompson.AD
won the membership award for
First La-
Baptist Church are: Mrs.
ALEX IELTON lift.\NSEN |i home of Misses Antoinette andHelen ban Bishop, Jr., Mrs. J. H. Roberts Neva King Cooper School and ASTRA
OR.ICIRL: I Moye Jr .. Miss Lois Behrens' and Mss! AllieFerlluson'
on Tuesday night" and Mrs. E. Camp BENEFIT PARTY TONIGHT
t Announcement made :: Sandwiches and bell. The eighth grade room won,
yes punch were appointments were
A benef t party will be held tonight -
terday of the marriage of Alex served. made Tuesday afternoon themeeting .the high school award. II I
hea I in the r. O. O. F. hall by
Frlton Bran nen of Homestead and |i Those attending were: M.... of the class at home ] Ad Astra Chapter of the O. E. S. I I
MlH Bettie Wood of Rome, Ga., In I!,George Eaten, Miss Mary McNeill of Mrs. Earl Byrd.Refreshments NOVEL SHOWER GIVEN I to add to the fund which is neededfor
Rome on Sept. 13. I Mra. Dave Williams, the Revk' and were served by FOR MRS. BITORD CREEL the meeting of the grand chap .

The ceremony was performed In I.Mrs. O. Sewell Palmer, Mrs. A. S. the hostesses, Mrs. Byrd and Mrs. : Mrs. Buford Creel of Miami ter session In Miami in 1949.j . {
the First baptist Church of Rome Moye and the hostesses. A. E, Smith" I I was honored by a few friends I)j Last Friday night Ad Astra
by the pastor "nl the church, the i I "The Silence of God" covering I The others present were: Mrs.' Saturday evening at a cleverly:Chapter entertained in honor of
Rev. R. H. Whitehead. Miss' Eve.I the period between the Old, and I J. C Davis Mrs. A. E. Paul Mrs planned shower given for her at.the grand representatives and star
lyn Adams and Buddy Wood, a'I New Testaments was the subject D. R. Snyder, Mrs. David Matthews -,the home of Mr. and Mrs. George points of the district.
I. brother of the bride were the attendant \of study by the Perle Davis Circle I Mrs. Lyman Williams Mri. Maxson. 1898 N. W. Seventh I I In observance of the twenty-
*. The bride wore a suit whch met with Mrs. A. S. Moye Bishop Mrs. Campbell Mrs W.I} street, Miami. Mrs. Creel Is the 1 ninth anniversary of the chapter.
J I, of navy blue with matching accessories -!I Tuesday afternoon. The lessonwas 'B. Caves, Jr., Mrs. C H. Denby, | former Miss Wanlta Thompson,Miss Helen LIv'ngston! gave a his.
and a corsage of pink conducted by: Miss Helen Livingston ': Mrs. A. A. Bussey, Mrs. M. A. daughter of Mr. and Mri. Walter tory of the organization and his-
: rosebuds. I and Mrs. George Smith ,Murphy, Mrs. Gordon hey and Thompson of Redland. ,tory of the local group.
: ..'. She Is a daughter of Mis. A. L. gave the devotional. I Mrs. J. V. Downs. I Set Creel of the U S. Marine Iced tea and cake were served. j jl

Wood of Rome and a graduate of Those present were Mrs. Smith,' ....".""'"..-......."............."..".....;.. /
Rum High School In the class of) Miss Livingston, Mrs. Showalterand ;
f i 1941I I. Mrs. Moye.1IRTSID.tT The Calendar I t J]

I 1" 'I In':( a SMI of Mr I .,w.-.wwwn".........'"'.....-.................... -
'I' i t', ,\. L. Bra e? of Mime116 I Oct '
r.nTmH: 23-Meetings of Horn I Jack !:. 1I'I\:1rll: I
I attended! Rodland High ron MISS UOLA 8IIFII: .FT ,' Demonstration clubs Homestead, Folk DIXIE IftUI
.1} il i John oDI
for (
woonri. has A birthday party t honoring Miss 9 30 pm : Redland, 1:30 p m -
., ti,>, 11 tIfP\'TlI| ""n PUIVAlihiMi. 1 lioli :Shelley; was g\\tn\ Friday' OH 23-0 F S benefit p it t I rho"l, 311 Ind 9101 I

.i} :, :. Hid 'fonnoi.J ,.. '.t. Uaud., City t home Uv .M.... In I, O O F hnll ---. -,
.J *" Ctrl! Jetfrcy. Oct 26-Meeting of Homes!,.r,'i i ';
: J.. " >ik> then home In'' Art Club
j ng
,,. Cakt and punch were rved. at.home of Mrs B, M
1 " !
: t Those pl't'Sfflt'f'r<': !Miss, Catherine ; Hindman. : j
Rohrcr Mill Maurine i Oct SeOfflcial visit ft Rebekah .
tV :x. t" k. UJU1ES tools I ton! Miss Virginia Billiard! sta'e president ,
OCTOBER MEETING Katherine and Virginia HOUS'I Oct. M-Meeting of.: Jennie Lob- FULL QUART RIKws PETROFOL

Mrs J. E. cioe was hostess on Min Mildred Pwrymon dell Circle with Mrs O Sewell
Tuesday afternoon to Belle Bennett Gristle Terburg, Miss ,Palmer. and- loo /w / ASPIRIN TABLETS
Circle of the W. S. C. S.' Following Accurslo Miss Angela Oct. 28-Rotary Anne night at
; Miss Rotary Club. You ran buy this tasteless, VOTH FOR
a devotional by Mr*. Dan Frances Foster Miss
; .. Williams Williams Oct. 30-Redland School earn!. odorless lubricant that Isnonhabitforming J
a brief business meeting Miss Charlotte Dallaro'l
o,I f was held The rest of the after- Miss Lllllnn Angelina vat. AND 0 C ;1 1s
Oct. 31-Junior 100
Woman's dependable qulrk..ct.In
fred Club
noun was devoted to work on A| and Warrens ,
quilt whch la Peggy Demere Misses Halloween dance. AspIrin Tablets I
being made for thai I Peggy andFrancis I
Red Cross. i Byrd Miss Bellegene Bui- NOV. 2-Mffttlntf_m__ t\f-- .tTnntao._mw.-.I*..-AI I ...oaKshan
B. P. W. C. at home of Mrs. tank!' 4
Jello with whipped cream and I lard, Miss Nellie Moon, Miss Betty Morris
cake was served. Lou Shelley Alfred Saunders,
Present were: Mrs. J. A. Me-1(Glenn Schroeder John and Al P.-T.Nov. 4-Meeting of Homestead {

Neill Mrs..E. S. Caplinger. Mrs.I j Taylor, Lanier Whitehead Sam A. executive committee. OF MAGNESIA SEITZER
Nov. 4 RFX
'I -Meeting of MjIK
R E. Atkinson, Mrs. J. L. Ballard )Accurslo. Earl Smith Clarence Auxiliary Legion TESTS baitk I
iHfr Trick
Mrs. George Eaten, Mr*. Close and Williams, Bobby Delllnger, Lewis Nov. }-Meeting Legion Hall.of A tearfully rnaout av Does the relief 1 11! !,11111 {
Mrs Williams Lett, Owen Gooding, Louis Murray Monday For di scomIn.rt
I Music Club at home of Mrs. Geo. tstret, headaches du.ateurtt7
The Sam Harris
all-day ,
meeting of the MarIon Billy Dickinson, N. Wakefield. over-indulgonea,
Fleltas Circle with Mrs. George Steve Roberts and Donald Hous. for yo III money (
18-Meeting of Homestead lore Gives new C
Ranson on Tuesday was devotedto ton. P.-T. A. C
sewing for the Red Cross. A I

covered dish luncheon was served. The University Club will meet -
Those present were Mrs. Caj-I lat. o'clock Wednesday evening at Leonard >V. lUskln I

per Williams, Mrs. H. L. Brown. the home of Mrs J. R. Rutland. ............ In love I.UIMOM.GLASSES AIR UNNf rfDacia
Mrs.'Roy Darby Mrs. J. A. Dough.It I 1 /nits ... a.a.M"e OIl ,

erty.,M.... Jesse. Shujer and Mrs. A wekly nutrition class instructed I IMi ASTRINGENT
Rmson.Mb. N. ''at. MiMk rib ,I I After daytime ereant cleintln -
by Miss Bertha Kill si .
Hausman. C O. Hl..i< The modern
..trl. con
O. Sewell Palmer directed teacher 'L C."waa T..ra.s (* use this tingling _-
domestic science was dREAD "skin. wnwnt to-
refresh way
continued atudy of the mis-
: t gun Wednesday night at 1Je.-j') rot JOY* Its flowing' effect clean and refresh
slon'e.book, "Our Times", at themeeting High School. THE WANT-ADS .and tendency to lessen eili- tour skin. Used
r Outlook Circle at the Less during summer .ath.r. most women

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tt..we.taerttaeP.N. Redland Road! between Avocado and Biscayne DrivesPianoforte 1
114% On Ifts I See (Yeses Mad. Daily In Oar

Venetian Skating'Rink 'I' and Theory ow. $two 1

I. MS n. W. lYe Am. MlMS- Violin Xylophone. Plano-AocordUe.
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'it Friday* October B 23, 1942 tfmm srntDItIJcr: aNY ttKranit tL KOD Pain SeversliIlllCfllIIIIIIIiIIUIIItllill(1C111Lilll. i

1.. ._............... .... 1 .
/ ( { ( ( ; wane: home, for burial, The other ......e.......'
I victim: Otis Bennet, was at first
thought seriously Injured but Ia111I4 .
I ... .......... ..... CLASSIFIED ADS
20 Years Ago to be recovering nicely" ; .e. ............. 11 ,1
-"The first of the weekly band . V. MEETS SUNDAY
concerti will begin next Wednesday '1 AT A. E. MIX HOME I RATE: First Insertion 104 a Hoe; subsequent Insertion

Winning hMW in tatMMI evening, Oct. tl at 8 o'clock.' The B. X t line
S'toL. III.. .< ........ I T. U. of the First Bap.
pt Id U a The opening concert will be held: tist Church will hold the second I" ----=..tIOnabl.
=.II ::: ,
,, =eoz-I wIT, Ila4 with w 11-. in front of Homestead hotel It j of its weekly study periods at the I j FOR RENT .. Mr*. M. A. Berger, N.

= ..,. li planned to give these concert home of Mn. A. E. Paul Sunday' 1 Krome ave and 10th .t. Home

on Wednesday evenings in front of I afternoon at 4 o'clock under the stead. Cm-tf)
IIlUliUm 111I11111:11I1111( : nmUII1I1'ilII. {' the following business places in leadership of Mr. and Mn. Chas. ERNEST Avocado ROBERTS residence on
dr. near Tenn. rd. Elec-
consecutive order: Homestead Ho. Schaffer and'Mlia Fern '
1$. 1942"With tel, Seminole Cafe, J. D. Redd and Those taking the RObertlOn.I' trically equipped, 3 bed rooms FOUND

death of A. Joe Burton. The band will playon i Mary Frances Martina Service Station, Ktome I
the Barney Rutland. Mabel
av. at Kings hwy. (o23-n6) BUNCH of B keys opposite mall
Waldn: Thursday at midnight, the new bandwagon. The truck Ruth Pope, Lynne Irwin Warren box at Alpine Grove Dairy.

there passed out of the world one was furnished by Henry Brooker' I Morris Joe Byrum and Albert:!I{!HOUSE for rent in Redland. Fur. Owner please call. o23)

of the pioneer spirits that made and the lumber by Jefferlei' sawmill Byrum In the senior group; Bar-!!j I nlshed Brooks, Inc. Phone 78-R.

South Florida what It if today. and was constructed by carpenters I I bara Jean Smith, Myra Bell, Alma (olBU WANTEDLADIES'

Mr. Waldin was born in GermanyIn : J. M. Dobbin, Otis Rad. ,Pierce Louise Pierce, Rith Byrum.

1858. . his father was a ;i ford, T. L. Gravel and Virgil 'Ruth Rutland Catherine Shackle- UPSTAIRS apt., furnished. 123 bicycle. W. A. Klssam, I :

colonel In the German army and Lyon. i ford, Marie Bell, John Pope, Vic i i W. Mowry at., Homestead. Mrs. Texaco One-Stop, N. Krome at

to give his children a better chance -"Mr.'and Mri. L. O. Hall have I tor Morris Homer Byrum and' D. K. RItch. (p-ol -23)FURNISHED 4th'ft, Homestead. (023)

Jn life became to America set fold all their holdings In West : Wilbur Caves In the Intermediategroup

tling near Quincy Ill. Palm Beach and will be down In ; and Billy Byrd and Jack', house for rent. See WANTED groves with homes,
a few days to stay with their Morris the Junior L. O. Hall at Berger residence what you Wanted to
")"Coming South in 1904, Mr. Wal ion. group. I :.e.eh : ;i
In-law and daughter, Dr. and 10th and Krome. (JyStf) trade for a grove.
din Joined the engineering da
A. Berger. Later Mr. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Dave --- Will trade gas station and home
F. E. C.
on partment the extension of the to Key working West.I build one or more houses here."B. MrS'j'M. 'will be hosts tonight at Wllllam'j! FOR SALE Income $100 per month for !
eel dish 'gToand home. J. K. Dora, \
During the hurricane of Oct. 1906 C. Murphy, Henry supper for the choir of
he and his son, Anton, were I L. S. Mowery, Sr., left last week the Homestead Methodist Church. AUSTIN coupe, 4 good tires See 228 Halcyon Arc. Phone 2-2483. M

washed to sea along with 142 for Fort Meade, Fla., to attend a I Husbands and wives of the 23 i( Harold Lyon. o23-30) (125-023) y

f'then. Mr. Waldin was picked up camp meeting. They expect to choir memben also will be guestsat TUTORING WANTED big .j
the [ROSES-10 for $100-Send only
12 hour later, far to the north,I I I leave there Sunday supper. |( school and grade school subjects.
$1 for 10
rand as soon as he left the hospital -"P. M. Manley will start erec. !I Mrs. K. J. Armstrong A. R, ]
Mr. and Mn. Charles Martin year field grown plants. Shipped (1'1
went back to work again to lion of a new combined business Plummer drive and Country ,
hii taik. house and dwelling entertained at supper Friday MI"I.Willa I freshly dug. GUARANTEED to "
finish on Mowry Club road.
I I Inlow Mn. Marion Armstrong reach you in planting condi-
street between Krome and Pine
: 'In 1908 he settled in Redland
I and little daughter, Nancy tion. Other bargain offers. Free ,
avenues. The structure will be
; with his second wife, the former LEGAL NOTICES
Ann, and Miss Kathleen Freeman. roses described in our free fold.
25 x 25 and two stories In height
Miss Nellie Budge 'of Miami. At er-Send rtowl Want loads of
the time of his death he had one The construction will be of cement The Rev. and Mrs. cut flowers? Then plant TYLER
R. E. Hastings I NOTICE: 11
block on the sides and stucco front .KKVRr"011"
of the largest and belt avocado {
\ were dinner roses-eend $1 NOW! TYTEX
guest Sun
and rear. Mr. Manley Intends to on Notk b hereby KM A** t*. ..- i.HnH .
groves in this section. day of Dr. and Mr. C. F, Wald- ROSE NURSERIES BOX 832, < *> : .liwM .,*, IW NrtMlaM ifMM
divide the first floor into store .Th"'
it"T nf BAR-B.Q.
,B. McGahey, Miami con space for two store On the second ron. TYLER, TEXAS. ..... NoiiOTWwl. ru. ,...... h> rwtawr

tractor tract for was i4S.nwoo given the at street the con city floor will be living quarters ...... .. ...., .... ........"..........,",.,,,........... DETROLA camera, case, sunshadeand ....)HM Court..._.f f>with*... 00.ih.*..Ink'.. norU... the. Clr.. I Wnr '
W. R Rlwnq.o.
council on Friday night The bids which "he will occupy with his CHURCH NOTICES filter. Camera has fastF ( ... ,t. II. M. N.... .. 111421 '
famll ,
) nnnuunuunuuvummuunnm' wlnurrumm 3.$ lens and t
were very close, there being lest speed
than 10 per cent difference between -"The members of the Longview CHRISTIAN SCIENCEOct. from time to 1-200 second. Excellent I NOTICE or Apes irATioN pni .(. .:I
TAX punCk.pta
the high and low Club were entertained witha condition. Reasonably ..
man. I14M- AM IMS -trite
lovely luncheon and an all-day : 23 lesion sermon topic priced for person wanting good A:ItMNOTICUMHMFIIYGIVHUIirtll :
'"The marriage of Miss Freda .
'Probation After Death. K. 1Gorm
meeting at the home of Mn. F.
camera. Apply Leader Enterprise .. iOrtlflMte >
Beraecker and Joseph Terburg will holibf .f lute and CMMT Tata
L. Webster on Thursday, Oct. 19. 14 N. W. Third st o23tf) No. n IMM the SH *M J Jof
take place next Sunday at three I Those present were Mn. C. W. CHURCH OF CHRIST f.J. P IMt>. ku flM M.e I: OW l
; ku to for tat
M< plbo.mM
p. m. The wedding will be at,Weldrlck, Mn. Tom Tucker, Mrs. Oct. 23 morning lesson: "One MY heavy Buick I car, 4 fairly goodtires ...4 to .to ...... ._. ..*M C.Uflmbe
Immanuel Lutheran Church, corner ..Onee .k. (ullo.liur 4owrlknl;: ..- 1\
N. W. Fifth avenue and Fourth 'Grlnold Mn. Seattle Mn. E. C. Bread, One Body"; evening lesson 2 old tires for spare, new I I. Uw Orantr .. l> *. Wait, <* ...........
Loveland Mn. R. L. Moser Mn : "Personal Liberty. battery master 8 engine. Make twit
street, the Rev. H. W. Niewald; ) I:' .f IC\6 of 'w .1 NWIO. _
Epperson, Mn. Peter Peterson good farm tractor. Price here it"1,. T.wn.hip M '
officiating. The bride U the \
I II Mn. F. H. Whitney, Mn. L. D. 150. Dan M. Roberts, Roberta ...to a..i.limns I ..rwrwr.t.-.WI. 4
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. to .... dwilr at ....... state of KWtb. \
Wyman Mill Mullan, Mn. L. W. GLASSES Nurseries, E. Epmore dr. Home- < .
o-Pitt f'
Bernecker of Homestead. Mr. Ter- J
stead. The --t of .w prep."y ......
H. *
Taylor, F. Whitney, L. D. Wy. (oln )
.. ..
burg is the senior member of the Id* mid.1lII.te w III the .
man, and several other guests." _T C W. Wll....
firm, Terburg Construction ComP WHITE leghorn hens, $1.00 each. UnlM MM ..rllII..... .hall l.. t
D1. He li well known as a con "Council met in regular session i Mri. D. K. RItch 123 W. Mowry tK Me..I."IllVk. .*.U the.to .she..,. kJlMM. .tiMrrt
In the town hall
tractor at Miami Homestead and on Mondaynight st. Homestead. (p-ol8-23) Uw Court HUM dam mm the. flrrtMimitar
i Hialeah, where he has been doing with the following member In Ik. iNiilk of Donnbrr. IMI, t.
ii wkkk I Uw tlti day U l>, Mi>>r, 1949
I considerable work. present: W. M. Bradley, R. E. i FORDSON tractor. Runs and bawd this ISIk *.. of CMokrr. Ml
Caves, O. H. Sullivan C. W Little K. H. tKATHKMAir.Clrrk .
; 'Lester Lawrence was robbed I looks like new. Also two disci. or UrruH 0..,...
Tuesday night of about $8.40; $3.40 and J. D. Redd . the clerk .I Will sell reasonable. Wolfe Auto act c....... rkrkta.Clreult J
I ....
authorized advertise that Court )
was to Wrecking Co. Homeitead.
on the punchboard;.14.00 In nickels C. CTERHITr l> 0.
; $100 worth of tobacco. It Is the council would receive sealed OrmlMM sad 1.54.1 40 ie eye (o3tf) Ort IS.!!80. N... e, IMII

believed that the same party triedto bids for a town park ste: until 8 s rsla "a be.ai.h.d, 66""
break p. m. Nov. 20,"' 0lre b.lped Iha.aade 60P al"" NICE clean lime trees 30c each
into the Seminole
phar- In Iota of SO or more. Mrs. C. DR. M. A. BERGER
macy by breaking the lock on the -"C. C. Weaver and wife are
W. Bauer drive. Phone
back door." new arrivals from Edison, Ga.; Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr. 582M2. (slit Dentist ;

--"Given getting here Thursday. They drove I
Victor and wife returned L. W. Stebbins :
Thursday night from St. through in their car and are ". CHRISTMAS vines, rooted;
Louis ing with Mr. and Mn. B. L. Brownin 1:25Y.. Flatter St, Miami l young! First National Brink
J Mo.. where they have been mango trees and Plga,...
spending the summer." one of the Carter houses With none 3-2313 N .G. Ball, 13 N. E. 8th Building
them was Mr. Mills, also of Edison Sta7tf)
-"E. A. Sistrunk, who has been =t I
pending the last two yean in ," I Office Hours 8:3fr-4:30 !

Miami has decided that Homestead -"Last Thursday evening Mr. I-ACRE lime grove, 2 miles from Open Persian bf *MM>lMnesjt
If better after all. He it and Mn. W. E. Myen entertainedat A H4ad ch4' I-bank bid,. Can be bought rea

planning to move here this coming cards In honor of Mr. and Mn

week and If making arrangement Ben Blggers' first wedding anni Has a causesC1RIROPRACTIOTHE t

to have alteration made at his versary. After a pleasant evening I GROVE .LANDS-TRUCK. LANDS-CITY LOTS-HOMES I
1 home on Center itreet Just north light refreshments were )
j of the J. D. Redd home." served the favors and decoration rrices Were Never Be Law-Plenty nf Good Vstws

"Mrf. Guiile Joiner and Mri. being In keeping with Hallowe'en. !

f L. G. Olllver motored to the county (Florida City) I r II. A. CAMERONREAL

i feat on business on Wednes-, -"Mn. John Leach ii beautify.Ing .
day." | her home with a coat of paint. ESTATE f

-"Driving without lights) was (Florida City"Lake )
responsible for a wreck at 1 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA t.
Goulds J' Delta returned from
Wednesday night, in
from West Virginia last week." Opposite Odd Fellew'f Building }
boy was killed and another seriously -
Injured. Roy Silas, driver of (Florida City ANSWER TeL Nab TS ItUbHsht KM I

one of the trucks owned by J. R. "Mn. David Kufeldt and Henry So many will tell you that they

Hlckion of Naranjai was almost Geltler received sad news last found the "answer" to Headache,

Instantly killed. Hit body was week of the death of their fatherin problems through Chiropractic.Why .

hipped to Newberry, Forlda his Chicago." (Florida City) do you not try? A Chlropractlc -' .
Adjustment approaches the I The World's New Seen Through

cause of Headarte-"directly. At TIlE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

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Pare Eie-ht HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday October 23.1942

DISASTER GROUP !Mrs. Paul Frank Ray SEABEES( OFFER National Victory Corps

Buried in KentuckyThe --I
. Approved for Florida High

. SUB CHAIRMENCommittee body of Mrs. Paul Frank i NAVAL RATING ,

Ray, who died last Thursday evening II i Tallahassee, Oct 22 Every hUh boys and girls to obtain the understandings -
FOR MEN 17-50
ANNOUNCED In James Archer Smith Hospital school pupil la Dade County will and skills that will
was sent by the Turner Fun. soon have the opportunity take be most essential for wartime
oral Home on Sunday afternoon service '
Committee sub chairmen of the Miami, Oct. If-Seventy-four a definite place in the ., effort
to Maysville, Ky. for burial. Her The program has been endorsedby
South Dade group of the Disaster!daughter Miss Eula M. Ray, accompanied ratings are open In the Seabees I by enrollment In the National State Superintendent Colin
'. at the present time, it Is announced Victory; Corpi.
.Ytpsrednes and Relief committee the body. English, and the state departmentof
were announced yesterday by Funeral Services were conducted today by Lt. M. C Rhodes, Jr, The Victory Corps li under education in Tallahassee will
\sslstant Chairman Preston B. Saturday afternoon In the Homestead :officer in charge of navy recruitIng leadership Of.Paul. V. McNutt, be headquarters for 'the Florida!
Bird. Presbyterian Church by the : for South Florida. chairman of the War Manpower Corps.

Working under the American Rev.'George H. Ricks. Pall bearers The Seabees are the navy con- Commission. It Is competed of The program la Dade County
led Cross this group will serve were: Albert Caves, Chas. J, struction battalions who build and high achool volunteer who as- schools will be under the leadership -
'he area from Goulds south. A Caves, Lee H. Lehman, Oeo. M. defend the advance bases for our sums the obligation of preparingfor of James T. Wilson, county
representative of the master com- FrIck forces. future service. The national
Chas. L. Ooley, Chas. Pratt armed superintendent.
-nlttee will meet with local work- office of education has called upon
"All men from 17-50 whether Pupils who are' qualified and
hs at an early date to outline more every high school to make adjustments -
skilled or unskilled are eligiblefor volunteer for enrollment will be
wily the duties Mr. Bird said. HELP OFFEREDContinued that are necessary for
the Seabees", stated Lt I expected to wear special insignia
Committee sub-chairmen, each Rhodes, "and men with a trade which can Include a service cap
.f whom will name his own groupif should have no difficulty securing carpenters, construction worker, A "V indicates general member-
workers, are: ( from Page One) a petty officer rating.' crane operator, dredge deckhand, ship. The "V" will be luperl .
Clothing, Paul Leaner; cesnimuIcatlons first week. The report Is expected quarry driller, electrician, engine posed by special insignia if the
A substation is located
to be
'! Harold Lyon; finance, completed for forwarding operator, fireman (dredge), mechanic volunteer qualities for any of.
In the office.
fat Lamar; food and purchasing, to the comptroller's office (shop and station), crane and the five special divisions.
Continued Men should bring three employ
on Page Eight)
"h-lando Wollam; marine rescue, engine oiler crusher quarry mech- One of the moat popular divisions
oha Henry Webb; medical aid early in November, at which time ment references covering their last lanlc, shovel' operator (gas and will probably be the group
'").. J. A. Smith; public Informa- copies will be sent the town council few years at experience' .when diesel), printer, launchmsn pile- preparing for air service. A typical .
'on, Ben Archer; registration and and the group of petitioners.There applying. driver foreman, pipe layer, pow program for these pupils would
'formation, Vernon Van Neu; had been a misapprehension Lt. E. R. Bonacd, navy construction derman helper, rigger, road machine include three of the following five
*ecue. F B. Hobbs; shelter F. D. that the state would defray engineer, will visit Mia- operator, sheet metal work activities: (1) courses In physics
lock; survey Intelligence Frank expenses of Bush an audit saidMrs. mi on Oct. 29 to assign r tl.... er coppersmith, sheet metal worker and mathematics, (J) a course la
'Vebb; transportation, W. & Bird; Myers, but Section lIT, Point All men desiring enlistment should steelworker, telephone and pre-flight aerenauUc. (3) I course,
'uel A. C. Deputy. CI of the 1M1 statutes plainly: apply at their navy recruiting switchboard man truck driver,;j W ante-mechanics, radio electricity -
A shelter survey of white and states that expenses of such examination substation before that time ln'order water tender, welder, wharf build or shop werk related to air-'
tiered South Dade schools by Mr. shall be paid by the to have the pre-enllstment: er, baker, boatswain clerk, chief craft, (4) program for physical
lock reveals available facilities said municipality. papers completed in time. for his of party, ship's cook, construe I fitness, (5) program Of military
"* housing 2,500 persons In time It had been estimated that the visit I tion workers divers, diver tender, drill.
\t t emergency, Mr. Bird 1I1i!. He city tax budget could be reduced Ratings open In the Seabees at draftsmen (electrical mechanical
i pressed his gratitude to the sux- from 87 mills to 47 next year, saidMrs. present are: blacksmith, blacksmith -, and sir. steel), mess attendant and I
'lary firemen headed by Fire Myers, but the old figure helper: bull dozer operator. officer stewards. READ THE WANT-ADS
will have to be retained to cover
A. C. Deputy for contrlbutif -
the cost of the n41t.
materially to the organization
f the local disaster committee. Forty-six names appearObenshauVs on -.


I (Continued from Page One) (Continued! from Page One) Help Your
uesday and Wednesday and the Uon committee working In Cooperation -
: I umber was doubled yesterday as with OUT and the V. S.
!the deadline loomed. Department of Agriculture.

1 Official weight receipts from aUunpetlng Yesterday, today and tomorrow .
l 1 schools must be held by wert set by ODT for registrationof Government!
l, ruperintendent Janus T. Wilson farm trucks.
: "t tour o'clock this afternoon so Mr. Steftani warned that It is

i I tat Judges may determine win- necessary to answer accurately ail ., '" ..,
!, in of the $1.50 contest Xlghn questions on the application, givIng .-, v t), ,,' ,!' ;;
capital prizes, ranging from special care to those on mileage .. .' .' "
'100 for first to $11 for ninth trips, gasoline and loading capacity t'

lace, win be awarded on the basis for 1M1, 1M2. and 1MJ, ,,. :Equip yourself for a position in a
r the amount of scrap collected and the 1841 title certificate. .
t proportion to enrollment Members of the Farm Transportation *
1 Hopes are running high that as committee are: L. L. Chand. defense office.
". many ss four cars of Junk can be let chairman Goulds; Carl J. :
: xitrlbuted from this section toe Llndgren, Goulds; Robin Bryant,
'> second "victory train" which Princeton; George H. Cooper,
ill leave Miami via the Seaboard Princeton; R. W. Jones, Miami; A. -
illway on Nov. I for the steel F. Arthur, Homestead; and D. P. 'Nine pupils placed since Januarytwo

Ills. Blake, Jr. Goulds.
This would bring the total to six
irioads of scrap salvaged from ( this week-all with less than
Ms area since July 22, according
\ Al Wolfe whose wrecking yard

the local salvage receiving dent HOTELPATRICIA three months' training. .


'eresa Redd Appointed I
College Band Corporal I We concentrate on essentials, in

312 S. E..2nd Ave.

Lakeland, Oct 22-Miss Teresa \ .
'.:dd, Homestead student at Florii MIAMI accordance with the war time need for
i I 't Southern College, has been ap- lli
'ointed corporal in the .
'. 'tnd, according to Band Director college OveileeaNt bay ui river. intensified, shortened training period, : : : <

Paul Creech. Toe Ma aa frees FlaglefStreet
Miss Redd, rated on the campus

a, 1 a freshman plays the oboe and ...... ... .....
xordlon. She Is a daughter of Quiet eeel, eeaifertaMe.teflae Earn'$400 or $500 in the training
(r. and Mrs. Fred R Redd of .. J'
feat Avocado drive. ............ '

Organized along military lines time saved instead of paying $50 a
'or the first time this year, the
liege band will make Its second SPECIAL RATES

npeannce with a patriotic conTt oiethoos"of.instrutj
in the L. N. Pipkin bandsheQer. TO ,SOUTH D DERS. month on pre-war .
\ .10. . 4
1.50 -
$ Single

$2.50 Double i tion.Stanley. .., ,... .t-.tI : . : 5

AppetslagSANDWICHES 1 I t
f ,

DRINKS I I ,Business ,.'Cc.'lege ; 4

Slay eremisM finial
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<' Mae Morris Bldg.hHomestead'Th, ;
as .... .
traasaetlsc year >e l eas save -

KICK'S UI'B-Q i eJMlher trip (much wears gas, \ ,"

Urea, time a.4 sterna).
tt B.* at Itl Street

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