Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00567
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: November 6, 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: VID00567
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
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,_VoL 31-No. 45 Homestead Florida Friday, November 6,1942 Price 5 Cent

I Want Defense Area Declared

I To. Permit Big Housing Program

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State Sets Up Headquarters' COUNCIL NAMES COMMITTEE

I' Here !tFor Keys Road Jf ork;I TO ASK FOR UF1G OF'BAN

:WORK'CAMPS Changes, New Arrivals and Promotions ON NEW CONSTRUCTION HERE

Are Order of the Day at Army Air BaseMaJ.
I To Ivestlgate the possibility ot

Clifford B. Could has beta 54th ferrying squadron are tnd BUS TO AIR having the government restrictions

ESTABUSHED.j assigned to command of the Mlh I iLL,r Frederick L. Baxter Capt. BASEl on building materials

Ferrying Squadron.." it was announced I Donald L. Marshall, 1st Lt Truman ! AND RETURN Uited In this area so that
this week at the Home- L. Terry, end 2nd U. Nell H. houses may be constructed to meet
'FORHHMY Dollard. Second Lt. Harry S.'ON HOURLY RUN I II 'the present critical shortage, the
stead army air baM. I Powell and 2nd Lt.. Paul R. Sev-
Capt. Arvllle W. Gilmore has nlch are assigned to 427th base city council Monday night appolnted -
been named commanding officerof : headquarters and airbase. squadron. a committee composed el 1
the state road department last the 427th bane headquarters and I I Hourly ..bu icrVlc between the Councilmen Ben. Morris, Henry ?

wk moved into the Oversea'1 air baM Gilmore squadron. la civilian lifeCapt. j I Capt Donald M. Carpenter hall army air base and Homestead has Brooktr and Mayor Tom Harris t
was associated with been transferred from Homestead' been tttablianed and all Florida
In thePreston
Highway headquarters I .
General Morris who Introduced the
Electric motion
Supply Corp. In ,
B. Bird Motor Co. building I I I to Morrison Field a* Caribbean Motor Line busses between
Kansas City when be for appointment
j, was a, Wing'automotive of the com)
an South Krora* avenue, under an I Snrmer Rotarian and membe ef. Capt.Carpenter's I Homestead and ,Miami have mad mlttee,' was named chairman lit
family is
0 arrangement Operative Sept. 18.'I the chamber oleomraerce.New I| West Palm Beach where living his two In the base a scheduled (top,' I Mid yesterday that work bad a)-. 5{

The adjoining welding shop was' arrivals! awlgfoed! te the son arc in school. I I The.air base-Homestead busses I ready been started to have Ihlsectiotl.dedamt.

')easel Nov. 1,for we .s a garage.I Rapid advaar *Mirt seem'' are those tourists which' in pt'etwar.q k/ ..* defense save
took .fit-Retni' Mia-
I In Predicting a $10,000 to 112,000
Building of the Oversea Highway -' 6,000: CERTIFIED Order *t the new air base and an[ml, with the hurricane-beached ,increase in the revenue' of the

over the old F. J:. C. roadbedIs Imposing list of promotions, has square-rigger aquarium at the :municipal light and water plant f
been teleaaed
under the direction of E.'C. D* FOR FAR I 'YORKINFLORIDAAR I starting and finishing point. Operated should WO to 700 medlum-sl/e
Garmo, stat road department engineer -: I Promoted from private to pri- by the Flosida Transport- houses be built on available city
vale, first class, are Charles Fury,. tlon Co., of which the aquarium light and sewage lines Morris
I Edward Rignoli. Jas. A. Cavanaugh owner It the principal stockholder<: urged tile council to "ilrlke while
In an effort to obtain steel and Wm. V. Hoge, Hubert W.' the busses leave the air baa on the Iron Is hot" Work beginning
concrete needed to replace wooden! Childress, Elmer Horton. Fred G.; the hour and Homestead on the Immediately on the Overncws
bridge* en tile highway, representatives .' Certification to Florida two days Berlin and Frank H. Bunch. I lalr-bour. highway by the state road department
of the road department, ago of 6,000 farm workers from From private to corporal: Wm.: The busses are well filled on .may bring aa many as
public highway administration, the Southeastern states makes the (Continued on Page Eight) I every trip. '300 families here, he said while
and army and navy on Tuesday agricultural labor situation look unofficial estimates are that as
sought assistance of the Miami decidedly brighter says Luther L. Homestead Residents 'many soldiers' families also will
priorities division of the War Production Chandler, leader in the movement I Are.Principals I be seeking homes. Civilian work

Board. It was explain to Import Bahaman labor If the i In Florida's First Mexican Divorce ers at the army air bane also court
that the wooden bridge deilgneo' domestic labor supply! falls this' Test (Continued on Pug Eight)
to support weights up to six ton winter.W. I' i\

are unable to withstand the reav): R Bird Homestead automobile -I Homestead resident became ered with a claim for divorce 'Three Cars of Scrap
(Continued on Page Eight) I dealer, on Monday namedUnited principals in the
II was first contest in which was dismissed in a final de- Are Shipped This Week
I States Employment Service i Florida of the legality of Mexican II'jcre* Issued by Dade County Circuit '
TIlE WEATHER representative for this area. He divorces when him Estelle Hall Court June .
I on IS, and Mr : .Three carloads of metal,
(Continued on Page Eight) Berger obtained a temporary in. Berger was granted alimony (I scrap
\, 160,000 of the 400,000 pounds col.
Official weather report of the, junction 1
i yesterday against Dr.
Subsequently, Dr. Berger Ob-
Subtropical Experiment FINES ARE PAID IN CASHCash M. A. Berger and Mrs. Mamie lected In the school scrap drive,
;,tamed a Mexican divorce and on have been loaded and shipped this
Homeatnd Florida. st.tlon'l collections of all fines B'ggeri! Horton which
assessed -, restrainsthem '!
Sept. 24 married Mn in'
Horton : past week by the Wolfe Auto
Data .. I B. in October was reported byChief i "from. holding themselvesout !Dothan, Ala. Mn Estelle Hall Wrecking Co. of Homestead,
. 130 0.03 of Police Q. H. Sullivan to as husband and wife announces
Oct. 28 or representing -
Berger alleges the Mexican divorce ,
/ Al Wolfe,
Oct 10. I the city council on Monday night to the public that Mrs.I proprietor.
j..I. It Invalid because Dr.
Berger Tomorrow
Mr. Wolfe will begin
Oct. u. ]trace I Records for the month showed Estell Hall Berger is not the legal, has been a resident of Homestead -j| the loading of the heavier-
Nov. I. 14 arrests, 13 found guilty and sole wife of Dr. Berger"
.mount-I for 22 years and has never pieces those that weigh from five
Nov. 2. .1((87 113 not guilty. Fine collected Judge Paul D. Barns of DadeI been a resident of Mexico. to seven tons each.
Nov. 3. .) 811 S1 30.001 led to $132.90, and $7.80 was spent County Circuit Court Issued the,
Nov 4_ .J 88 -1111 28.1181 r feeding prisoners. ,I temporary Injunction.
According to the brief of J.!I South Dade to Lose Commission Seat
Fritz Gordon, Mrs. ::1
Berger's! attorney -
I Nov. 15 Is Deadline for Truck Owners I abe filed suit against Dr.i Tuesday's Election Returns Indicate

Berger on Feb. It, 1942, for separate
To Apply for Necessity CertificatesUnless maintenance, and he count- local I -

Extremely light voting at
applications; for certificates ' Schools Build Bodies polls marked the general election
REGISTER USERS with 264 ballots
on Tuesday only
of war necessity are speeded For Army Says BleierTed cart at Homestead 190 at Princeton TO U. S. O. CHOOSE
appreciably, hundreds of commercial -
and 59 at Florida City. I,
vehicle Including farm OF KEROSENE AT
Bleier, county supervisor ofph'aical
Unofficial returns show Over.
unable to operate
will be
trucks education who until little: BOARD OFFICERS
helming rejection by this area of
after Nov. 22 says County Agent
more than a athletic
year ago was
SCHOOLS TODAYApplicants I Amendment Seven the
whose office b.ve.been
coach and physical education, In-'
aiding former In filling out their ttrtrtor at Homestead High' merging of South Dads' twocommissioners' 1 I c. 3. Parmaa is chairman of the +
I districts Into one,
applications. I School was the speaker at the board of directors chosen last'
for kerosene ration and giving Miami Peach e separate -I|I
Steffani must I
said that owner Homestead Rotary Club luncheon might of South
by representatives
I district, but state-wid returns -
book being registered today
hare their certificate not later Wednesday In Legion Hall
and tomorrow *t the local schools.It Indicate that the amendment Dad organization to serve with,,
than Nov. 15 In order for the stoning Bleier told of the increased em.phasi I
board to act upon their was announced yesterday by that I II being placed on will carry. the USO when recreation center;
applications before the Nov. 22 Chairman E. A. Carter 6f the rationing physical education In the schoolsat Apparently winning local' rati'ficfction for service men I* established in
deadline.No board. Registrars win be the request of the army and were the following this are*. Mrs. J. R. Brook U
tires, tube, gasoline or repair at the schools all day Friday and navy, authorities Military drill,'amendments: vice-chairman and .Mr. E. A.
part will be sold owners who from 9 .. m. until 12 noon Saturday calisthenics, tumbling and swim 1. To earmark the'OCMd' of Buchanan, secretary. fi
de not bold certificate said Mr Carter.It ming arc taught this year, and an two cent of the gasoline tax for Other member of the board ol
Application for certificate will I* imperative that user of attempt I* being made to inculcate 50 years to retire county road and director*-which chose Its own
continue to be received after Nov. kerosene be registered In orderto a spirit of aggressiveness and the bridge bond and build roads officers-*r* Edward Norman, 101,.
21, StcUant said, but owners win make purchases when rationing will to win into the boy at their without continuance of the prop Brooks Walter Weiss and Mrs
(Continued on Page Eight) (goes Into effect, h* aale!. 4 game and contests be aid. (Continued on Page Eight) I lUJiUnued on Page tllhtq )





I Lt Tom Collins hal been mad Magazines for Soldiers, ,

BEACH AIR" ,. *' '-*- l assistant detachment commander Are Sought by Library! ,

S"ERVICE and personell'oUicer of the medi- ......... ,
OUR MEN IN I cal detachment at Morrison field

FORCES PROVIDE West Palm Beach. Lt. Colllnt Scientific, mechanical, sport and
left his assignment a week .detective magazines are 'being
.. '-. "'" l for new
/sought by'the Lily Lawrence Bow
LIONS' PROGRAM ago after a short visit with his \

Corp. Lester Smith Now i how food I am. And boy Tin mother, Mra..Evaf Collins. 'I Library for distribution at the ;
.. Homestead army air base, reports r
got to be good! *
m>la la a war of the pagan At School for OfficersKey "To. be checked out u tint pilot Ted Oldendorf: h... finished al I Mrs. Fred Suber librarian. TIle.

nations against the spiritual and Barracks !{ you have to pan a day and course In motor mechanics at the magazine should be delivered to ,

democratic nations and we need West Nov. 2-. night landing check also aD ,In* David Ranken Trade School In the library, says the librarian who' "

Gods help to win" said Chaplain Corp. Lester B. Smith of Homestead I atrument check under the critical I St. Louis with an average of 113.I will see that they are delivered. '
has ,
who been stationed with I,
Soldiers have a standing Invitation
David W. Isaac of the Army Air eye of our flight commander, MaJ. With two of his classmates he
Force of Miami Beach In a talk the U. S. Army's harbor defensesof I Herblln. After I had completed I hal been sent New Mexico. to avail themselves of libraryfacilities.
Key West has received orders
.to. .
before the Redland District Lion my minion with him, he laid, .0
to report at the quartermaster officer j ] The public also la urged to bor. :
Club Tuesday night Terrell, that was an extremely I been '
Two letters have received
candidate school at
orl.lal Camp row the new fiction and non-tic .
Chaplain Isaac told of the good ride! It made me feel pretty
Lee, Va.. where ,he will take from Corp. Eldred Deweese.since ,
a iron volumes with which the
of the chaplain's corps of the U. good, aa I undentand he passe has island
he reached his
course which will lead to
a com. shelves stocked.
8. and the tremendous task few
mission as second-lieutenant In base in the Pacific, report nisi
which it faces in guarding the | Among recent donations to the

morals, the morale and the spirit'I the quartermaster corps. It'i Air Cadet Joe Piche now. mother, Mra. Oasie Maney. He I],I library was a collection of hlstorl.
Corp. Smith entered the armed la getting Invaluable experl.nee'j j! cal reference book valued at 1200
ual life of the men In the army ,Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Piche have re- I ,
services at Camp Blanding In he writes, going places and seeIng .
today. i ,celved word that their ton has given by E. E. Ehart of Miami
March, mi. and was transferredfirst things.
"The Is of the oldest ( all hit examination '
corps one successfully passed
to Camp Crockett, Tex. then ( Another IOn,' Pvt. Von De '
branches of the Irffl'hi said. and hai gone Into training I
to Fort MacArthur, Cal,., and lat.I weese has gained eight poundssince Junior "Soap Artists"Celebrate
The need for chaplains was rec. aa a pilot. Cadet Plchi ia sta- 'I
er to Key West.Heinlein I he hal been stationed In I
ofl Zed In the Revolutionary War tloned at Santa Ana, Cal. Halloween I II
the Panama canal Mrs.
0 0 0 lone, !
when they served primarily ..I 0 0 ,
I Maney says. Both boys are marines.
teachers to soldiers and civilians.In Sons Serving I Joe Byrum who was sworn In I Although some churches and organizations .

1781 they received direct com II Somewhere Over Seas aa an army aviation cadet on June I I I provided amusement

missions and' have played an Important I 3 will report Nov. 13 at Nashville, I II Resplendent In his new "blues", for the young fry at Halloween

part In army life ever Edsel Heinlein fire controlmanIn Tenn. Joe la a IOn of Mr. and I Clinton Bishop, who ia stationed parties Saturday "night,., groups

since. I the U. S. Navy and IOn of Mr.I I lMr : J. R. Byrum of Avocado I with the Coast Guard In Miami. 1 1I surged uP and 'Clown the atreet ..

"In 1920 congress passed on act and Mrs. Herman Heinlein of Red.I drive. He was graduated from I vlsvlted his parent, Mr and Mrs. taking their fun where they found ,

providing a chaplain for every land Is somewhere at sea. His|Homestead High School In 1M1 Laban Bishop early this week. In it. No acts of vandalism were reported .

1,200 men In the army. At present wife, the former Miss Clara Sayresof 'i'and attended the University of spite of ita being "always June In by' local police, however,

the corps lacks some 4,000 men the Redland school faculty Is I'Miami last year. Miami", the boys all went Into who said the youngster apparently
due to the Increased of .
personnel now making her home In Norfolk!I : winter uniforms on Nov. 2. confined their activity to
the army and the very high standards Va. I Henry Dodson., Jr., eldest IOn of ;!| applying liberal amearlng of soup

act for chaplains' Besidesthe Richard Heinlein, second son of I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dodson, will Coast Guardsman Edward Kirby :I| to store windows,

physical and mental tests required Mr. and Mrs. Heinlein,' Is at an ,leave for Camp Blending today I of the Miami stations visited herewith ,I
of the average soldier the for service In the .
army post somewhere in the At. ground crew ofI
chaplain must have a degree froma lantic. I the air Since his his parent, Mr. and Mra T. guard, principal guard,' head
army corps. E. Kirby early this week. automotive mechanic
and guard, refrigeration -
university a theological Both Edsel inAfllchard 'attend,graduation In 1940 from Homo-,I I III 'I of
englneman, operator
school and in addition he must ed Miami and Edison high schoolsIn stead High School, Henry has been i -
have had three years of success Jobs at Naval Station gasoline distribution system, parachute
employed Ink Worth.
ful ministry Miami and were employed by : i II I. mechanicheat treater

"We must reach the same unity a photographic concern there before 0 e I Open for ApplicationsCivil painter englneman, and senior
entering service. Walter Branam and Carl Alexander I
I fireman. ,
after the war that la typified by I. .
who enlisted last Friday in
the post chapels built by the service Job with pay
army, i iI the U. S. Marines. are leaving today scales ranging from $7.68 to $10.08a
where the some altar can be used II Lt. Ferrell First Pilot for "boot i
camp" Parrla I
for Protestant Catholic and Jew. For Action in Fortress day'are open at Richmond Blimp
Island S. The AwetlilnirSANDWICHES
hilt ceremonies." I. boys are the Base and at Melbourne, Cocoa
1 sons of Mra. M. F. White and Mr.
I Vero Beach, Fort Lauderdale andMi.mI
exceptional musical
program Lt. Frank Ferrell has been and Mra. Sam Alexander.Chas. .
naval stations, It was an.
preceded Chaplain Isaac's talk. checked out first pilot of his flyIng -' I
nounced this week. DRINKS
Corp. Salvatore Randauo, concert
fortress he revealed In a letter
singer who lived In Hartford be. this week to his S. L. Tldwell. manager of the now being accepted by the SHORT ORDERSDICK'S
sitter Mrs.
local McCrory stow left .
fore joining the army air forces I Dickinson. yesterday I S. Civil Service Commission.
sang four numbers, accompaniedby I I II for possible induction into the Workers of the following classifications I at
"Was checked out aa first pilot
Staff Noble I army at Camp Blanding are desired: electrician,
Sgt. Barbee, who '
three weeks ago, and since then Sgt. Jaa. Wollam left by bus Joiner, machinist, metalsmith' .'
was a music teacher In Decatur I I I BAR-B-Q I II
Ill. Sgt. Barbee also played a they have flown the pants off me.I Sunday for his station at Camp plumber, sheet metal worker toolmaker
usually fly In the afternoon I
I Livingston, La. Sgt. Wollam was wire worker, automobile
solo number, "Cuban :
Danceby and one night shift over I U. S. I at 8th Street
Mana Zucca. i scheduled to report to camp on truck driver and englneman. Otherclassifications
24 hours, and besides that have I I Homestead Florida
Oct. 25 but
received an extension needed
Next Is I are: oiler
Tuesday night Father
and Son (or Daughter) night and etc had. on numerous combat Jectures duty. I'm, pictures gettingall ,1of I' leave due to Illness. gardener, painter welder, aenlor ':I'

each member Is to bring his ownor I can out of it, because Lord I

a neighbor's' child. ,. knows I'll need all the experience

I can get when I go into combat.
roa TAX DEED I. "I already have my crew. The 'I I
Ct>.Pt.r I14IT -A... '"( ISIS 1
Pll. A.tUS |I co-pilot navigator, and bembar*
.NOTICE IS HKRF.HY GIVEN thai Hurl .dler are commlssjoned,officers; the
,. Mann Acids of SUM and County Tax I!!others enlisted ANNOUNCEMENT
'' 8427 hMKd '. (Ui day of are men rankingfrom
1': .. 'z.'rr''i. 'KM flW woo lit my ]| aergeant to private. . W* i l i
file*. and ki wads mlk-ltlon. for a tax iI
..... lob. Idiml .Ito_... lnM Ortlflrot. :,' fly aa a crew all the time and I '\
onkMH th* followlni onrrlM eropmj i: will have opportunity to iron out '. .
In ,.. County of Do.... slate i>f I "
0- 'r FIOWlda'l i any 'bugs' that Will crop up. . .1 The fieston B. Bird Motor Co. I
.... I IIwST. announces
Lo< I. Block I. K. c. 'These' are the eight men .1 will . .
: riot R.ok *. P... 2.a the ;
oitr ell Do.... State, of riorHi. I!take with me--co-pilot, navigator,
The MW.-m.nl of mid Idwrrty ..do', bombardier engineer, assistant'engineer .: the Ieasint' of its. including the
....-11101 .-" ,..... ... In the paths ..IfUnenw.a. '! radio operator. assistant ... ;: garage, equip-

MounUn ll iM uM to U MMIflrate.. I th. .holl-of rmkoiMo. radio operator and tall gunner. "' f to ,*'v i r .
thml will W old lo h.'i.7.'h.br .r|I|I "My responsibility aa first pilot
M Ik* Court H.'M. tint Is a man-sized job as decision
....,. every -
Mitndw In tho month of Does
whkih I If th* Ilk IMMl, this end day of N E: B LEATH : rests with me. As my decision isfinal John 'E.
Ark of Circuit CourtDid I I It has to be right-there can Tweedya
County Florid
Circuit Court 'Km). be no haphazard way of doing
N. C.rressrrr.D.C. I things of the moment de-
"l :i no spur
... :
'N. Is. so. 27. 12421
I cl.lonl. My life as well as the
specialist in Buick and Pontiac service and
lives of the other members of the an
crew depend to a great extent on
SUBSCRIPTION BLANK .. ii i expert in ignition and carburetion work, who

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Y Friday, November 6, 1942 .... HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE; Paw Three
i i 'Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hoffmanand I JAML Altai SMITH Schools to be ClosedWednesday

I: sons, Wilford, Ronald and Ed I HOSPITAL NEWS I for Holiday !
, ward who ,:-Arrived. Sunday frontMackury
v In : Ala. are staying la the Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Cogglns of
andAroundI Local schools will be closed
. Brockett house on Eighth it. Florida City are the.parents of a
s I I I seven-pound eleven and a quart Wednesday' in observance of Arm-

. Mr, and Mrs. R. R. Warren of er-ounce son, born Oct. 30 at Utica Day. At a special program
James to be held at 10:50: Tuesday morning
: Homestead Newport, 0., and their sons, Jack Archer Smith Hospital.
0' i|and Mark, arrived Sunday. They A eon weighing six pounds, In the Homestead school auditorium >
. fart[ staying In the. lieu house on fourteen ounce wa born Nov. 3 Capt John A. Jemlgexv
:Broadway. to Mr. and Mra.\W.; a Harden of public relations officer of the
,. Homestead. Homestead army air base will
'Mr. and Mn. Win Clark left ment. Mr. W rle1. WM granted with emphasis
Medical patient are Sgt John peak on courtesy
Tuesday for Longview, Tex.. a leave of absence from the Home Mrs. Joe Collettacheck: of Miami .
Bailes military courtesy.It
of the on
where Mr. Clark will be employedby stead police force- because. of. his and her lOll, Buddy, visited hereTuesday. and Mrt.Homestead Wm. D army Levy airbase of U understood that mall services
Williams .Bros. ConstructionCo. illness. : Homestead. will continue as usual on the.

-=-:-. Doris Singleton has returned to holiday with curtailment only: en
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sybil Mas- Miss Milfred Savory works In her home In Redland after spending rural deliveries.The .
e Dr. and Mrs. Pliny Harold mine are announcing the birth oft the TlsdaU Grocery on Saturdays. two days in the hospital for Homestead casualtystation;

Hayes of Buffalo, N. Y.. and Rose ,nine-pound icon, Friday,. Oct 30, medical treatment. will postpone its Wednesday meetIng
0 Hill, Ontario, will arrive today to In the Kendall, hospital Edward Tisdale will leave Wednesday until Thursday.
,. be guest 'of'Mr. and Mrs. Fran. for a two-week visit with "

ell S. Graham at their home on Mrs. Alma Shetzlin returned, Texas and Alabama relatives. TROOP 25 BOY SCOUTSBy South Dade Residents '

Newton road until after the first Tueidar from a visit with relatives Leroy Fltshath BesorlerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAA
Get State Certificate
of the year. Mrs. Hayes Is a cou. In Orlando Mn. AugustaMyer; Mrs. Ruth
1 sin of Mrs. Graham. Vanake and Mrs. Walter Deker
Mr. and Mrs; Belmont Cameron and daughter of Godferry, N. Y. The Homestead troop held a Tallahassee, Nov. 5-A Floridi
. Dexter Home returned Saturday and family of Miami were who arrived Saturday art stayingat speech contest. Each of the contestants I teaching I certificate based on four
the Graves' apartment said a speech about "Whata yean of college training has been
tom Nassau where he has guests on Sunday of Mr. Camer
t been 'mployed.Mill on'a mother, Mrt. Mollle Cameron.Mr. ., Boy Scout Can Do to Help Win Issued by Colin English, state superintendent
1 I Mr. and Mn. Wm. Forsyth of the War." The boys that partlcl.1 of public Instruction

SI.. Barbara Done this week and Mrs. Chester Salathe Miami were Sunday guests of Mr. gated were: Billy .. during the past summer to each
I.I submitted her resignation as sec have moved from West Palm and Mrs. S. E. Forsyth. Douglas Leroy ]iUhugh. Joe Sin- I I of the following Mary Dana
core and Calvin Schmidt. Ostlund Nina Pearl Bush
retary In the city clerk's office to Beach to Homestead. Mr. Salathe Brown ,
accept a position at the Homestead has accepted employment InBueb' Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Wagner and The prize choice, between an Fern Kathleen Robertson, Dorothea
army air base. She will begin ' Barber Shop. child of Detroit arrived Mondayfor Ever Ready flashlight and an Ev- I Eloulse Williams, Mary EV-
her new work on Monday. I the winter. They are staying ersharp pencil was won by Joe, anor Williams. Ronald E. Kerfoot

a a I I Mr. and Mrs. Jules Abrams of,lilt the Sullivan house on Caves I Sincore. and Miss Margaret Jean Mustard. j

r Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kendrick Coral Gables were gueits of Mr. ave.
of of Miami a son Beach Theodore are the Louis parents , and afternoon.Mrs. J. R. Byrum Monday Mr. and M;:;. Hobert Brocken !I A WONDERFUL JOB ! !

1 I' who was born Oct. 28. The baby\ .rMMNNNNNN.NNNNN.NNNMwN ..N.NMNH.NN.FLORIDA .I are expected from Cllntonvllle. I '
That's what the drive of our schools wan
I. was named for his father and his Conn., this week. scrap .
t I CITY i 1'1 The enthusiasm and patriotism of the pupils was Inspiring
paternal grandfather, Peace Jus
to us and made us more determlnd than ever
tlce Sid Louis Kendrick of Home. ., B, Warrens Sewry I Joanne Doxsee of Miami was a I II to do our Job well.
r stead. mN.N1? NNNwNNMNNNNWNNNNNN.NNMNNMr. I week-end guest of Miss Helen We will buy your scrap Bring It In or tell uswhere
r I, and Mrs. Jos. Benson are''SchroederI to go for It.

'; Mr and Mrs. John Lewis of announcing the arrival of a seven I, -i 1
Miami are announcing the birth pound ten-ounce son at the James Men are dying for he Four WOLFE AUTO WRECKING CO.

on Oct. 24 of a daughter who has ''Archer mith Hospital Friday Freedoms. The L asl we can P. O. BOX 796
I been named Vicky Louise. Mrs. t do here at horn Is lo buy Directly West of Seminole Trading Foot
::1 i Lewis Is the former Miss PrlscillaFreud. I I J. L. Arnold and son, Horace. War Bondsll% for War S. Krome Ave.-florida City Line Ilomrstrad Fla.
and James Black all of Hobe Bonds, every pay day.
f I Sound visited Mr. and Mrs. FritiSchroeder ..
: several days this week. A '1 __.:A:._ .
h I. : Mrs. Hattie Gay of Gainesville! : 1
arrived Wednesday for an ex,I Mr. and Mn. Maiden Bethel of)
U tended visit in Homestead with Rock Harbor visited them Sunday. cAt

her sisters Mrs. Q. Sherard, Mrl.
Q. Myers and Mrs. J. B. Beck and Mrs. O. J. Beesley of Kenta,
other I N. C.. arrived Wednesday for a Your Service
1 relatlves..2Mr. : visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. ..

.. GeO. Day and small daughter Mills, her son-in-law and daugh -

Vashti, expect to leave Nov. I ter. WITH
12 for Canton 0., where they will
ytslt relatives. .1;I Word has been received that D.I|
H. Freeman, son of Mn. R. J.I I Quality Groceries
Mrs. D. L. Bowen returned Sun.I Freeman of Wheeling, W. Va, h
day from a two-week ,visit with been inducted into the army and
relatives In Savannah. Macon and'is- now stationed at' Fort, Mc:- QUALITY as in nothing else, is so

Metier, Ga.o Clellan, Ala.- .
in the food eat. We
'I I t- necessary you

. Tom ,Simmons spent Friday .itMacDiU ; Mils Bevtlrly-Cline rot' Buffalo, insist on the. best brands for your pro:
N. .Y.. arrived Wednesday' for"-aI '
Field hU
where Ie visited
tection and for continued
l4",.'.Naomi Da no/ She our success.
; I
brother Pvt. Rob( Simmons. I
.1 j
: | employed, In Homettesd. : And with such high quality you get

:, :. 1 Danny":Williams, ton of Mr,-and real values, as you'll note here.
Mn: Lyman Williams, Is: recovering '

frorti his I recent Yln .., ., r. Bnrrs-ETE FROSTED. FOODS

'. Mrs :S.: L. .Kendrick ,Jr. ..returned ' /HOTELPATRICIA- PEAS ......._._............__.............Pit*. .30c
I -, (Serve I)
Tuesday from Coldsboro;

N. C.. where she visited her hus'I LIMA BEANS...........................Pk& .32c
band. Pvt. Kendrick, who Is stationed :

there. I STRAWBERRIES ...................Pkg. 32c
I (Ready to Serve)
2nd Ave.
312 S E.
Mr. and Mn. Paul Ashbrook of ,
Lumberton, N. J. and daughter, MIAMI '
Paula, who have 'been vl.ltllIjbrk l TURKEYS 7 LDS. TO 14 LBS.
Mn. R. O. Dick, sister of Mrs.: .
1 .
; will I leave Saturday for Overlooking bay and river. I
Tallahassee where they will VI.it1
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Byrd parentsof I Two blocks from Flagler WOLLAM & KENDRICK
Mrs. Dick and Mrs. Ashbrook.R. Street

H. Worley left Tuesday night Quiet, cool, comfortable. .rye, Opposite McCrory's Homestead, Fla.j .

for the Bay Pines veterans' hospital -
Refined atmosphere.SPECIAL .
where he will receive treat-,


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$2.50 Double I I

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gal Walt .e prsdeas IM altyssyhil Stay venlfht to finish l
seen .s w a.. I
-be .w"60"a., traaaetls yew basin---save I
seem at pow or.-sm-Aad how"M
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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND UII1lDlllllIIIlIllIUIIJIlIIlIlIlIInIJlllll: by Theo Orfanedes who has bad ....

some year*' experience the busi I f THE

ENTERPRISEIttt : ness. Mr. Orftnede who I* a : T;

20 Years Ago I son-ln-Uw of W. L. Orubbs of mt

Its ItttDBKCRIPTIOM Florida City spent last winter at I ,

Florida City handling tomatoes aaelaa.aK .. .... ._........
Pumlohed Prldsrs .t 19u. .... ..'o.. .
be W s.str be" Pub/Mime c-Msr.iromm& not.a..1. NMM sea MM w and decided this was I good open
kMta tnm Mm *> MM ,..- nl 1:41:
I i..er..a rl.rlnrd _.. .1 Iola.r log for hint. Men who enter military service &,
w S-sle ,.... 5.5..1 ... -"Mr. and Mr*. Frank Skill re.I must return their ration books to I &*: k:
"toMARJORtg .we.e O.a If. nest. der we __ ear f
sa.. eras L.--. quest your presence at the (Tom their local board. VII ot these Solana

: LIACII ARtrxsllaaaelee Thumb)'marriage of their daughter book for anyone except the person -t ..11I.. .
baits UIlRurlmllllllmrnummnmmmlNey : ( ( Elizabeth Pearl to Mr. James'
to whom it'* issued 1* Illegal| The

MART nu.JLL: DICKINSON t, 1J2I Daniel Redd at the school .
Now aN SucMW<< um Friday evening, Nov..Udltorl-I After November 28 'I
-"C. E. Schaff who has been I o'clock. every mem- ml
Howard eat her of the family over 13 year o f of two
visiting Schaff
and his'
*ATE 'I -0. B. Parker report the loss will be entitled
i age to one poundof
I. D>* Cwntr..._ .......___._ "M wife left Wednesday for hit home']!, of a roll of bills between J. DRedd's i coffee each five week. ing $
upr/d..6" II.... Cooolr.Kmi .. ...-__ 11." In St. Louis, Mo." store and his home. The I I I

- --- "Mrs. R. K. James, and new finder will please return and : I ( .
..4 ,a..a.ad. also' *i.U. saaim baby Addle, left the Homestead!'; a reward" No foreign import duties or ,i;I pleasant
Mirrh l>. I"', ml Uw port vfrira M Hospital last taxes Ire required on gifts sent to''ones
ttuM.W... t.luoIda. wear Ik* sad W, I "Fred Link has leased the American soldiers ',
Stuck .. 117. -"A real estate transfer of Importance i south building In the new Red: I I Ii i overseas. I creasing ,,
took place this week Frorlda
;i block on Krome avenue and will'move [
Put ration book
under lock
when F. L. Webster your In
and B. C. .
Roads and PathsBy Murphy traded places. Mr. Webster -i, his barber shop and poolroom and key. Local rationing board s''state :

transferred to Mr. to the new location this have authority to withhold I new'I:
Murphy j week." ;
Annie Mayhew Fltrpatrlck book for sixty days while they II
his grove and home at Longvlew 'It paid
Roads Ire prosaic and path art =A white man and two ne.
investigate the truth of
of four your story $
consisting acres of citrus ,
poetic, gross, one a laborer and the othera that I
someone your
and avocados all bearing, and six book or dollars
You never can guest where they section hand, are dead as a result that you lost it. Sixty days Is along I
acres of raw land. There i* s the
lead. of a wreck a mile south of
five-room modern time to do without sugar and the
They dip and they curve concrete house Everglade on the F. E. C. Thurs coffee.

They twist and they swerve on the property equipped with IdlY shortly after one o'clock. The 11 figures

And they are not conducive to.peed. running water and sanitary con are E. A. Edwards, whit the war
veniences. Mr. Webster receivedIn Men on furlough may get sugar In
( I Ragman on the local freight N/).
the transaction certificate from local ''lobs
Murphy 22; Sam Porter, a negro employed rationing'

A road goes along by the lines o n grove of two acre in the city ,on the work train, and Tom Por. 1 boards. .,,1
limit which It I II understood he I II A
the map tier. a negro section hand. . ," I I :
With Intends to divide at a later date." -"John I Gift kits containing shaving!of
houses and fields either Haney, a resident of
aide "Last year 318 garments were colored town where he operates cream or toothpaste tube can be I!|

You meet autos and teams collected and sent to the Chiledren's a cold drink stand, made the mistake .'I purchased for member of the, service,

But you never dream'dreams Home Society at Jacksonville of selling a Coca-Cola bottleof I armed force without turning In and that

On a road that Ii smooth, long and by the local branch of the shin to Sheriff.J. H. Dixon of an old tub, provided gift boxesare I the end
Needlework Guild of America. Florida delivered or sent direct that
wide. City on Wednesday night. to the
The entire collection. !* year will As a result he was placed under man In service by the seller of the that a*

A path starts out here and It wants be sent to the home unless cases arrest and his place searched. . article. relieve
to of need are reported. The following A crippled known They
go yon negro, aa "Crip"
But it ramblei along alt the ladies are directors: Mr*. W. wa also taken for having two In 1942, coffee has been consumed -'

way. H. Cauley Mrs. W O. Talbott, quarts of shine In his possession at the rate of 12.S pounds of

You never can guests Mrs. Luther Chandler Mr*. Seymour The raids were.made by Dixon, annually. One pound every five months.

What you'll see. But I stress Dane Mrs. Geo. Kosel Mr*. Marshall W, E. Busy and O. C weeks isn't such a drastic reduce good
i E. A. Froscher. Mrs. J. C Davis, ,
It arrives at that spot some fine Radford. tion-
Mr*. H. G. Carter. Mr*. K. L. I promise
i day. -"Alton Waldln, con of Walter -
Wolfe Mrs. J. R. Byrum. Mrs. W, 'I
I Waldln of Miami, has rented the The dread help
A. King, Mrs. I. R. Matthews, Mrs.S. W E. plagir* disease-ty Tense,
Marines Observe 167th S. Shields." Brown house opposite the I phus, i* on the increase in Nazi: York

i -"The infant son of C. L. Popeof electric light'plant. ', 'He'moved 11 held territory, especially in the ,
In with !
hit family onNov. 1. Mr. Balkan I
Typhus thrives in colweather
d '
Peter died Friday afternoon I
On Nov. io Waldln has rented the shop formerly and reports from To
the world-famous last at one o'clock. Funeral servIces oversea PhwetSJlI'j
( V. S. Marine Corp will observe were held in the open air and will occupied by Paul Tumult reveal something surprising-th*.cated

JU 167th birthday. chapel In Naranja with the Rev.T. tomobile make paint In I,.specialty" of au German vaccines.army Is unable to get typhus -'I b

Founded by the Continental W. Whltworth preaching the -"Mr. I with
and Mrs. Alfred French New
Congress on Nov. 10, 177S. the sermon over the little body. Four have vacated the Collier reports of food shortages,roofing
Marine Corps Ii the oldest branchof little boys, themselves scarcelyable and cottage are also trickling in from our information - moisture
are at the home of J. A [
our fighting forces. Since 1773 to walk, acted a* pall bearer IOW'CIIln Nazlland. Th t'.durable.
Severy for the
the corps has served In every waand carried the body to the grave City) present" (Florida: only decent crop this year wa ob1|{ bricks
f talned
sea battle In which the Unit rThe' King Undertaking Company' =MI'. and Mrs. H. B. Potter Meat from the lowly potato :of a
State hat taken had charge." supplies are so short the:
i part. Early roe who are regular winter visitors' Italian cheapens
ords reveal that the first Marine -"Roy Myrlck returned Saturday here have written getting only five ucts.
: they I ounce week
were recruited In Philadelphia. from to I per per person. I
a trip Tampa Sarasota leave Connecticut next week fore .1

i The Marine emblem la not Just and Clearwater where h 'I' the Sunny South." Florida City) There I Is hope that -tires can b I The U.

a pretty trinket: It symbolize spent several week looking -"C., P. Sheffield Is enjoying a furnished for "essential" / *', Ing to

Leatherneck employment. It ex around. Apparently nothing lookedas I short vacation with his family next year, but that's driving.to'' billion

i plainest a glance that Marines good as" Homestead' a* he III here it having been necessary to leave a heap of folks out going In It I* in
take active parts In engagements back again leave his work (
near OkeechQbeel cold. The dope Is
now that .il1'I'
on land, at *ea and In the air, -"Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Baker due to the recent heavy rain theti rubber tire may be I

hence the combination of the have rented a house in Redland there." (Florida City) able for family use sometime then /
eagle, anchor and the hemisphere. where they will spend the winter.Mr. "William Hen I It oa the sick: 1944. ,

i A* you follow the accounts of and Mrs. E. H. Hiner are list this week." (Florida City I .I asked to

Marines/ In the present war the coming down to spend the witstoo r"Little Bonnie Belle Myers Workers on WPA roll To

appropriateness of the emblem Is according to Mr. Baker, who quietly celebrated her second reclassified Some are being,:Mint
will be
apparent. Is Mrs. Hlner' father. put
birthday last Sunday. (Florida work on farms. toj' -
Marines are at present attacking +"Although they admitted hav. City) coin and

the enemy In the Solomon Ins cussed Dade
Islands County roads -"The regular meeting of theLadles' OPA announced that the local I
which they recently more than before
wrested from once they left .Aid wa* held Wednesday War Board has : '

the Japanese. Marine/ units are here B. C Murphy 1. S. Mowry, afternoon at file home of Mrs. H. tion on a new alternative complete informs \\nlture I

also training with the Commandos Jr. Henry Dodson and J. M. Scarborough B. Mos with IS ladles present. pricing methodof but the
In England. have sugar breakfast cereals -
nothing but good After the routine business1 had coffee lard, canned vegetablesand I"when
word for our roads now. They been '
transacted, the annual 'crair
election fish, and other items. This i* .
1 War Hastens Discoveries returned early In the week from of officer took place with I will help storekeepers.All iwpa

Fort Meade where the party attended -I the following result: president' I I Repair

That the world of 1940 1s even a camp meeting. Roads In Mrs. L. W. Taylor; first vice- I hunters out for
are being
now I part of antiquity, at least Dade and Palm Beach counties are president Mrs. S. S. Sheilds; second :- I pick up all discharged asked to I .

so far as scientists are concerned,I I fine Mr. Murphy said but in vice-president, Mrs. M. O. 'shot-gun shell and rifle and barred by

was one of many statements toarouse Broward and Brevard they are Tracey: third vice-president, scrap collections give them to I I Iclally In

the Interest and perhaps !.':?-.:& or words to that effect I J. F, Rohrer; secretary Mrs MI'II'j'are requested to save Bird down hunters:I which
challenge the layman had it not -"Th. Variety Store has, Moss; treasurer. Mrs._,B. L. ,:''art '

com from so authoritative a changed hands. L. W Taylor purchased -; germ. . .- (iioriaa Cary } '

source as Dr. Charles M. A. Stlne, the store from A.;L.. Ster- -"Mr. and Mrs W. 11:. Barnes .WGH nessng .RWUlnW unu
i I Corbett
vice-president of the du Pont rett ." and Geiger, Oil!* Robertson.,
baby of Selma Ala
and Nita
Company and consultant and director Just M soon at the Fuch Saturday to spend a few day with I Selby. Virginia Cameron Davis, Alverda I Ij i
of Its research activities. building on Flagler la Alvin
avenue vacated relative in Homestead, Miami and I
Campbell, James Gretch-
Speaking before the American by Fred Link who I* running I Silver Palm. ,
en Turner E. D. {
Chemical Society at Its meeting a barber shop and pool room -"A I Taylor Claude
party w.lven Miss
Campbell, Mildred '
In Campbell
Buffalo Doctor Stlne told of there I complete electrical shoe Ploy
I Fitch on Monday night at her.Watson, Mark
the marvels Loretta
It bringingout repair equipment will be installed
home. It being
near Halloween I Home Willard
of this war, marvels, which, I MacDonald Kathryn -
the decorations were in yellow and I Drew. L. E. Bennett
but for this war, would be several of
the of !
decade removed from actuality.MIAJ' discovery I sicontinent black crepe paper with 1ellow'pumpkla Smoak. David and John Barnes. ,'

face hanging from the Rose and Mary Tower." |
of these lvmlent
are Aluminum and megneslum will: Game
were played *otn e'The honor roll for the second
secrets at the moment but ,be 0e.desw
among among the material that will of them
being """'e' music. for- month of high school is '
the Item mentioned by hllnfuels as fol- firsts e.m (
tre be vastly Increased la
better than gasoline glass production/tune In the bottle. The baseball I lows: freshman class, Alice Fer-: .,... ,
and use for their Increased
output contest was won by Claude Camp yell: sophomore class, Russell
that float, those without leather will be found. The bell. .
development ,
Refreshments of cake, Home, Rose Tower Leona Mat.
midget auto for Dr.
children window r
of explosives In this and Ice
cream were served at a thews, Helen Brooker; Junior clams
t screens that have no wire, new and .
on I wale hitherto not attained late hour. Those enjoying the I Wesley Matthews. Mattie Lou Dr.
fabric for clothing, better
new will result In fertilizer party were: MarfanLoomils./ Henry Theus Gretchen
Turner UZI
and cheaper housing, and a mul chemicals that are likely to changes Brooker Julian Tucker Little Sheffield j
; senior
class Loretta
titude of useful devices from plastic
f trend of *griculture. Berm Leon Matthews, WcsUr Horn. Julia Musselwhlt Alverda
tone that will t>rove the equi- i Matthew*. vH.l *V Brookw Lpr. Selby,' Mary;rower j


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CURRENT la the past decade Miami wu den and homkidee-11.1 per hundred to cut ever M stumps from U now demanding that Uva
one of four Florida cities that built 'thousand population, where road. The pilot was James .. make good their promise of
COMMENTContinued JJ.152 homes and on January 1 at the national average to six and lln, III accompanied by war front to Invade occu-
last It was credited with having two-tenths. Georgia comes tec- E. Sebrlng with I New York France and Germany. For
99,868 dwelling unit. end with I ratio of 20, while the tographer, r. Edward Spencer. expeditionary force Gen Ike
( from trail Four) e e II "dam Yankee1 Vermonters are the return trip they missed bat been selected. He
man who was (II dressed up and lowest with less than one killing road and were lost in the the "generals' favorite", la a
no. place to go. The census bureau revealed that per 100,000 of her people. glades for two days Over the .1 and hat the earmarks of
* e I then are 490,000 native Floridians I most-perfect U. S. Highway aiel.&b the right man for the >place.
That 100,000 small retail store who have no birth certificate and 1 and
lazy along
the next you can ,.. ,, ,,,, ,,..,,,, ,
will ail within rear un- the longer they put oft the more The distant between Jacksonville the trip In ten hour*-or '''''''' '" "'' ""'"'' ''' ,,,
esa they get financial aid, is the difficult will be the task. and Miami Is S68 miles. The until rationing data came. WAXES AND SCTTUM
statement of the under-secrtary of Dayton Beach Observer says that .
e e e e I s i Maekinmand
commrce who want I board of In January, IMS, the first auto- Typewriter Adding
administration for them at which I There are many things of which mobile ever to drive over the route Either Russia was misquoted Oua Raiders
old Ike snorted, "W y we got more the Peninsular state may be proud reached Miami In six days, much the Information was without BOB FALUOANT' 3
durned board an' rich V we gotgood but not of the fact that we standat of the road being through swamp, thority when she wu reported Cam Leader-EBterprtae
timber to make 'em outen." I the head of the nation for mur. mud and water; they were obliged have declined our manpower ''''' ''''''''''''''''' '''''''''''''' '''''''''''"11

The Voice Bible Prophecy Speaks Today

OA Great Revival


A Message of HopeIn

These Days .

N. Wallace will hold a series of lectures, illustrated by vivid

screen pictures, on the greatest events of Bible Prophecy taking

r place before your very eyes now and in the near future. It is now

high time for everyone to awake out of his sleep. What does it

mean the crash of mighty nations! destruction of every side;

men and women speeding ahead like ships without rudders, un-

controlled; the youth of our nations spending their time, money ..

and energy in bar rooms, places of excitement ("amusement", so

N. WALLACE called), unrestrained by tide or time? Where are we going?

What are we facing? Unless we prepare study our Bible as never before-we shall

all likewise perish.

Every lecture is of vital importance. Don't miss any of tjiem. Learn how to use the,

key to open your Bible to get the pearl of great price that is hidden in it.


Sun., Tues., Thurs., Fri.

7:45 TO 8:45 P. M. .

Beginning November 8, 1942






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Pare Six HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, November 6,1942 .

I. I . . Social Events in South ,Dade -. . . 1



-- voted Monday night at a meeting
The marriage of Miss Marjorie cessorles. Their corsages were held at the home of Mrs. 'Mae ,plea far the revival of the by members of the W. S. C. S.

,. Motor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I fashioned of fragrant whit gar Morris, to buy bonds with $75 of grand old hymn was piade- by I under the direction of.Mrs B..M.
Ivan MoMr, and Robert Bruce.denial. its building fund and to cooperatewith Mrs. Charles Alderman of Palm Hindman, a musical program was
Cut, son of Mrs. Wilmer H. Cast, Present beside those named the Redland District Cham Beach, state chairman of philanthropic \ presented by Mrs. W. B. Mill*
WM solemnized Saturday afternoon -,were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taylorof bar of Commerce In helping the music when representatives Vocal toloa\ were given by Mrs.
at I o'clock in the Homestead Alliance, 0., and South Alia- USO. It voted also to help arrange of Royal Poinclana Districtof Win. Musselwhite and Miss Mary
Method Church. The mar. pattah Gardens, Mrs. O. Halnlin 'a meeting of club women the Florida Federation of Ellen: Dearing and Instrumntal

riage service was read by the Rev. and daughter Elizabeth, of St. here at which Ethel Ernest Mur- Music Clubs were entertained numbers, by Hubert Smith and
A. A. Koeitllne of Barlow former r Petersburg, Mrs. V. O. Rohrer of ell of Miami will speak on equal Wednesday by the.Monday MUll Jack Barnes of the Stephen Foster

pastor of the church, who used Miami. M.... J. C. Vann and Mrs. rights for married women. Club.:* hymns should be sung 1 Junior Music Club. Several..
the double ring ceremony. I Koestlln Bridge keno was played after not at home, said Mrs. Alderman lections were presented by the
Tall standards of dlrylanthe- I Pictures in kodachrome were the business meeting Mrs. Roy but also at war 1'eCre&.1 Monday Music Club chorus accompanied -
alums, gladioli and baby't breath i,taken of the bridal party after the !Chandler won the high score prize tion centers where they by Mrs. J. D. Redd.
carried out the all-whit motif In ceremony.A and Mrs..W. K. Walton, the low warm approval of service men. The next annual meeting will

the decorations, and green contrail wedding dinner was served score prize. Mrs. H. Collier, president of the I be held In Dania, it was decided.
was furnished by palms. Whit'at the Barcelona in Coral Gables. The hostesses, Mrs. Morris and local club, and Mrs. Frank Haus- Announcement was made that the
tapers Ip tall seven-branched can.) Both bride and bridegroom were Mrs. Herbert Katz, served ice man, second vice-president, extended :state convention will be held In
L delabra provided lliht I born here. The bride was gradu. cream and devil's food cake. a welcome to delegates i Tampa the week after Easter.:
Mrs. J. D Redd -played a soft ated from Homestead High School Present were: M.... J.- F.- Ham-/-- ,'who attended the all-day meetingin ; Mn. Garland McNutt of Coral

prelude of nuptial music before and the bridegroom, from Red. mett Mrs. T. E. Stadlg, Mrs.' the church school building of Gables presented a resolution of
the processional, the bridal chorus land High School.In Charles Clinton, Mrs. Virgil Lyon, Homestead Methodist Church. appreciation In behalf of the
from "Lohengrin." Vows were June, the bride received a Mrs. Morris Mn Katz, Mrs. Mrs. Mabelle Ziehl of Palm Bench guests. Fifty club women were
taken to the muted strains of "I bachelor's degree from Southern Chandler and Mrs. Walton. made the response. Mrs. H. S. present at the meeting
Love You" by Grieg, a favorite of College In Lakeland where she Searle of Palm Beach vicepresident
11 i the bridegroom.The was actively identified with the EERIE: HALLOWEEN PARTY presided. ,GARDEN CUB TO MEET
bride was given In marriagnby I Southern Singers, V. W. C. A., GIVEN FRIDAY FOR B. T. U. I Mrs. Ceo. Pawley of Coral ONLY ONCE A MONTH

her father. Mr. Carleton'I Vagabonds and Future Teachers' An eerie Halloween party was Gables spoke on "Opera and Orchestra. -! Beginning In December, but one
I Singleton sinter of the bridegroom,'I Association. She will continue in given last Friday night for members ." I I meeting a month will be held by
( was matron of honor, and Roy her position at teletype operator of the B. T. U. In an old Highlights of the recent state I the South Dade Garden Club, it

Nelson life-long friend of the in the communications departmentof house just off Campbell street. board meeting in Lake Wales were i was decided Monday afternoon at
bridegroom nerved as best man. I Pan American Airways In Coconut Amazing fortunes were told by* given by Mrs. Geo. Barco state a meeting held at the home of
The bride wore a tailored suit 1 I Grove. "Miss Cockle-berry": and one by president. Reports were given by Mrs. Annie Butler, president.As .
of white wool a matching small I After two years at Alabama one the guests were Introducedto the following atate executives this was the first meeting of
hat with off.the-fdce veil, and I Polytechnic Institute of Auburn, a "corpse" In a "house :of Mrs. Leroy Smith' of Miam1 the season. each member told cow
0 other accessories of white. Her Ala., Mr. Cast became associatedwith I tombs". A ghost story was told chairman of war relief Mrs. W. she had spent the summer months.

i corsage was made of orchids. the Subtropical Experiment by Charles Schaffer while candy, E. Tedder of Palm Beach; corresponding Refreshments carrying out a
The mlt'un of honor wore a dress 'Station In Homestead. He recently apples and drinks were served. red, white and blue color scheme
and Mrs.
secretary AnnaO.
of soldier blue crepe with bronze I completed a mechanical Group singing of patriotic songs Suh of Lake Worth; chairmanof were served by Mn. Butler, as.
buckle at the throat and waist engineeringcourse at Pan Amerl. and hymns also was enjoyed. I the junior department. Reports misted by Mrs Ben Young, Each
The accessories of her costume I can Air Base. Those present were: Mr. and guest was presented with a tore
past year't work
were navy In hue. Talisman asters They are making their home ut Mrs. Schaffer, Mrs. A. E. Paul, mad were nla, a small orchid-like flower. .
by the club presidents
were used In her corsage. present In the Vedado apartments, Mrs. Frank Irwin, Mrs. Earl Byrd i the district. of 1 Present were: Mm Chas Pratt
The mother of the bride was 2312 S. W. 17th st, Miami Future Mary Frances and Ruth Rutland, Mrs. Sam J. Davis Mrs Elberta
gowned In rose crepe with matchIng .plans are uncertain, as Mr. Mabel Ruth Pope, Nellie and Dor I Tablidecor.tlon.ln the national Bule, Mrs. R. .;J.; Shepherd Mn.
hat and white accessories. The: Cast has enlisted In the army andIs othy Moon Myra and Marie Bell, colors were secured by the use of,James McCready, Mrs. J. M. Dob
mother of the bridegroom wore awaiting assignment to active I Mary Frances and Peggy Byrd, red hibiscus and Schlnus berries: bin, Mrs. J. F. Rohrer, Mrs. Young,
fall-green sheer with white ac- duty. I' Ann and Catherine Shackleford and white star In the centerpieceand -Mrs. N. O. Ball, Mrs. Joel J. Rob-

Charlotte Geronlmo Louise Ross, blue touches In mint cups and, Inson, Mrs. B. F, Collier, Mrs. J.

MRS. ANNIE FITZPATRICK ROBERTS Juanita Smith, Bobby Joyce Towers favon. ,G. Patrick Miss Esther Rivingtoa
I I Arnold Mcllwaln, Carl Smith, During lunch, which was served and Mrs. Butler.

IS WEDDED TO THOMAS SEARLE STARKOf Mabry Scarborough, Alfred Saunders --.--

Billy, Dlc.Cln8OlLy. ne and "Iff., ... .... ,ern.' ,... '!II'''.'11'
Orville Irwin, Billy.Byrd, Joe, Albert -, '
unusual interest was the Mr. and Mrs. J. Carl Hobson.
and Homer Theodore
marriage Saturday of Mrs. Annie Bingo was played during the I Byrum
Fitzpatrick Roberts of Redland evening. The first prizes were Orfanedet and Hubert Smith. I Jack DIXIE DRUG Js

and Thomas Searle Stark, teacherof awarded to,..rs. Cilia .wartand 1 cap::

manual training in Homestead Mr. Stark .and the-consolation ,The CalendarNov. .
..... II Rtsd $112Ww
High School. prizes,' to Mrs. Stark and L. G. .
The ceremony was performed by Ruggles.
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Judge W, r Bl ft Meeting .of Episcopal 1 :
,nton at his officeIn Coffee and cake were served. with M..R..O'
Auxiliary Huft
the county court' house In Present besides these mentionedwere '
Nov. t-Meeting of Monday "t.
Miami. Miss Lavern
Bush and '
: Mr. and Mrt. JOB.
Madeira Music Club at home of Mrs. Ceo. 1',
Bowls Johnston
served as wit. Mrs. Dave Kufeldt, Mrt. Lena
N. Wakefield. rt
Mites. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Know'let, Mrs. J. R. Bevit, Mrs. No12AlIday meeting of SUPER-FATTED .' .1

Stark of Key Weak ton and daugh Walter D. Friend Mrs. Wilmer H. Presbyterian; Auxiliary homeof FOR DRY, SKIN' Your rX *f i.t f* .* awt pt f wrFla. .
ter-in-law of Mr. Stark, also were. Cast Mrs. C. R. Singleton Mrs. Mrs.. Carl F. Robinson. qw11q--the" aTM."Tv"o fwiJttal Hum
pr..wltThe Helen Roddick ' eataelChe..* t ram.tUamtng .
Carla Joyce Hob- with skins,
Nov: 14-Dane* sponsored byWoman's dc. "
bride wore a drew of navy Dr. M. H.. Post cbidanh&&ng'is ;
ton and. Gordon 'sins. Ies
blue sheer with white accessories. Club of Homestead In or skin crtsm,,
Chamber of Commerce building, \ w Any 1 far
Mr. and Mrs. Stark spent the I 3 9o'
week-end at Mr. Stark't residence Nov. 18. -Meeting of University 39
at 8118 N. W. Fourteenth
Miami, his home for the past 20 AT PICNIC IN CITY PARK Nov, It-G. A. meeting at home wean A Nun ftcouCr
Russell Horne, Jr, celebratedhis 'of Ruth Byrum.
years, but they will live on the I
former Roberts grove, owned by eleventh birthday anniversary Nov. It-Meeting of Homestead Modern Charm ,, /
Mr. Stark. Sunday by being host to a groupof P.-T. A.Nov. .
hit friends at a picnic upper 23-It National Art Week FACIAL PADS #6 /IASD1
Mrs. Stark Is a Daughter! of the
Iin the city park. exhibit of Homestead Art Club
late Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Fitzpatrick Quick, delightful cleans-
I Present beside the young host In windows of Homestead Furniture Give your skin protection
who cam here in pioneer Ing for make-up.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Co. from roughening effects
days from Montgomery Ala., and 'Home, and his sifter Barbari, Dec. Meeting 'of Homestead III PADS of cold and wind. Soft,
homesteaded on Eckman drive, ,were Mr and Mrs. Dexter Home B. P. w. c. __ a pleasant.
and she It a sister of R. H Fits- Now
and children, Sherry Lou and Dexter
Patrick and Mrs. Lonnie Home, ONLY 190
'r 390
Jr. Mr. and Mn. J. D. Perk- Pi ; leap
Mr. Stark has made his horn ns and son, Billy, Mrs. W. D. Leonard W. Haskin
} In Florida since 1910 Ha taught Horn, Mrs. Floy Watson Ann .....H.... hi tn R..I... ._ \II ? ef r ,o0S tti .i. i Moouc,
rlttl.Arl. ml to"
a manual training at Andrew Jack- Sullivan and Glenn Dickinson. I GLASSESMl 1 1MFIVIN'S
ion High School In Miami fourteen
and Inter 8Instruc.. N. .. row It, .,.... *_. I I
years .
C.O./.b Al c..It-W
tlon In woodworking at the CCC WANT ADS PAY G: .'e.ies T.._ a TOOTH PASTE *f\ I

Camp at Kendall. At the time he ... uu _. 2h' OZ. SIZE /C

accepted appointment to Home- ..u. .. .. ........ ...... ." .." .. .. . ..... . . ..0... .. . . 'I. '' '' .- ,,
atead High School h* was I member '

School of the faculty of Arlation.Mr. of Embry. Riddle : For Complete Home Furnishings, [ I ICE CREAM. Af/tr-Shov Ibr.SreStag; Lotion 49o

and Mrs. Stark mere presented
with a floor lamp at a Made Daily
elghborhood party given for them!I See Stag

Wednesday nlght-at the i home of. In Our Store Afto-Shm* Powder /9

AIR CONDITION I Smith-Graves Furniture Co. LtWltldet
BOU.M stAT n COMFORTgw.w. v'
raM eo lit* P. .. Shoving bowl 690
wboen .... plea trs

Venetian Skating Rink. J Homestead Phone 243-J . -
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1 Friday, November 6; 1942 snrcrngjJ&: aNY P8)re Seven

the game. The Senior scored the:' -
f ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS touchdown and won the tourna-''

': J; VOTES TO USE BUILDING FUND FOR BONDS EATXinrat Insertion 104 a tine; subsequent InsertkiMMa"
Mia Mary Ellen Dearlng will toe

: sine "Old Folk at Home" by .
f. War bonds will be bought withtth delegate to Thursday nll ht'a Stephen Foster Saturday morning' - -
Junior Woman' Club building meeting of club leaden with at 10 o'clock on WIOD. Miss FOR RENT MY heavy Buick car 4 fairly good

k fund, It wa decided ate meeting' USO and army executive In the Dearing baa sung OB WIOD's "the! Urea, 2 old tire for spare, new

.,. Monday night at the home of Mr. city han.Profltl. Ypungsten Entertain" programand ATTENTION SERVICE MEN battery master I engine. Make

i ." James L. Bird. Bond will bed from the Halloween dance we feel that a very talented WHITE frame bungalow blue good farm tractor. Price hen

, purchased alto with the proceed will pay for the two big electric: girl 1* in our midstELEMENTARY shutters, 35ft. livingdiningroom $50. Dan M. Roberta, Roberta

>it of {he dance to be held Saturday, fan purchased by the club, reported airy porches, I bedroom, Nurseries, E. Epmore dr. Home

21Nov. 21 with Mn. John Barker Mr*. Allen Neal, dance bath shower loft, garage, hot stead. oIC-n6)

, as general chairman. chairman. ASSEMBLY water, tome furniture. Half-
GIVENAt NICE clean: lime tree SOc each
r Mn. Barker war recreation Mr*. Burley Dandy and Mrs. mile west of Gould on Talbotrd.
in lot of 50 or more. Mr C
chairman and Mn. Augustus Stanley Wittkop will be hostessesat the elementary assembly the |2S a month. Tom Smith, Box W. *
Camp Bauer drive. Phone
! Wynn, president were named the next social meeting. following numben were given: ; 8S, Route 2, Miami phone f-0881 82-M-2.. (slltf)
"Activity March" by Bennett) or visit property Sunday (pnt

, :, pmS: COLLECTION GOAL I was named chairman of the sale'elementary band; 23rd Psalm, Jan-f FOR SALE or RENT: 20 acre CHRISTMAS vines, rooted; young
I I I et Cooper; sacred medley by Asch- mango tree and Mr*.
,I ,OF LEGION AUXILIARYOne Mrs. H. L. Brown, Mn. J. D. glade land one mil east of papaya;
hundred per cent collection, Redd and Mn. O. Sewell Palm er, Calvin Waldron and Raymond highway and 40 acres south of N .O. Ball, 13 N. B. 8th Si

of dues by Armistice Day is the participated in a program on al Pierce; piano solo, Jackie Polk;I Florida City canal. O. B. Parker (a7tf)

, goal of the American Legion Aux. cohol. ,"Merry Peasant" by Schuman,!' Alpine Grove Dairy. (nIJ
'illary: which la making special I I.j Those present were Mn. Lloyd'cornet solo Jimmy Watson; vocal) FOUND

drive for that purpose. I Field Mrs. Earl Pacettl Mrs|solo, Betty Perryman; piano solo,']ERNEST ROBERTS residence on -

The unit has been Invited to at- Palmer, Mn. B. M. Hindman, Mrs. Rachel Dodson; and patriotic'I Avocado dr. near Tenn. rd. Electrically I FEMALE Walker fox hound. "

!.tend parties for the department I+,I A. M. Logan, Mn. Brown, Mn I,songs, assembly. I equipped 3 bed rooms.Martin's Owner may have same by callIng -
'' J. R. B W. Avocado
which Service Station Kromeav. >rum,
president arc being given Geo. Hanson Mrs. Sam J. Davis I ,
:'by the auxiliaries of the Harvey Mrs. Redd, Mn. Casper Williams. The gh-Is' physical education!I at Kings hwy. o23-n8) dr.. phone 581.

Seeds Post In Miami of the Llnd- 'I Mrs. Dan Williams, Mn. C, D. classes have completed physical!HOUSE for rent In Redland. Fur-I
.!Icy de Carmo Port In Coral Cable Eaker, Mn. J. A. McNelll Mn. fitness tests and are looking for nished. LOST
Brooks Inc. Phone 78-R.
011 Nov. 12 and -13, it was announced I Mollie Win lat.. Mrs. H. L. Brandenburg ward to a six-week period of1
at the meeting of the Mn. Palmer Mn. A. S. basketball, tumbling and pyr-'. CAT-gray with black marking

Homestead auxiliary Wednesday I Moy and Miss Helen Livingston. mlds. FOR SALE Reward. Phone 77 (n8)

Bight ,, 11,1 .
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Present at the meeting were: CHURCH NOTICES 'DELCO auto radio with telescope I REAL ESTATE

Mrs. M. A. Berger Mrs. Ed Nor. Alice's Beauty Salon 1"1"" '.u ,"ur..nnurt: u, uu.nn, ,, , antennae perfect condition.
Jr., Mrs., Geo. Ruehle LOT 75 x 150 with house. Can be
man Announces New Harold Lyon. (ne> ) I
Ceo. W. ,Turner, Jr.. Mr*. Mn'j OperatorMrs. maCK OF CHRIST mad Into 2 apt*., (2,100 cash.

Robinson and Mrs. Frank Rue. ( INCH by 4 inch Barnes IrrigaUl I iTwo 50 x ISO ft. lots and house,
R. 0. Dick Is Nov. Morning subject: "The $2,500 cash.
now con Ing pump. 1,000 gal per min
RUMMAGE SALE PLANNED I nected with Alice's Beauty Salon Unity of the Spirit'; evening subject ute. Direct connected to 4 cyL: Lot 50 x 150, house and garage

BY METHODIST CIRCLESA : announces Mn. R. E. Sherard, pro- : "The Band of Peace"HOMESTEAD j Le Rol engine. One Caterpillar I I 13,600 cash.

rummage sale will I be held prietor. Mn. Dick, a graduate of "15" tractor new tracks. Brooks,I All of this property or part of It

ty the W. S. C. S. in the tiegro | the Miami Academy of Beauty METHODIST I Inc'phone 78-R. (n -U) I I for sale. Each place rent for

quarters Nov. 28, It was decided Culture for the past six yean CHURCH I 125 a month unfurnished

Tuesday at a joint meeting of all'served as operator In Fort Pierce Nov. Morning sermon: "Cod ,ROSES-10 for $1.00-Send only List your furnished house with me.
Metho.1d1st II for 10 EVERBLOOMING 2- Benjamin Warren Morris, reelsI I '
the circles of Homestead and West Palm Beach beautyshops. Will Not Be Defeated" evening ,
Williams'' ; field plants. Shipped tered real estate broker (pn3) \
Church. Mrs. Dan 'sermon: "Nineteen Dollar and year grown I,I _
freshly dug. GUARANTEED to.
Forty Cents.. : ,
- - - - - a - - - w - reach you in planting condi, WANTED i
aan an an an an an an an an - - - - - -

HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL NOTES i REVIVAL BEGINS i roses tion. described Other: bargain in our offers.free fold Free, WANTED to buy-3 rowboats In ,

. . . . . . .. . . . . . . A revival meeting! will begin er-Send now) Want load of, good condition, $10 each. South ,
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Sunday at the Homestead Church cut flowen? Then plant TYLER Dade Farms, Inc. (n6)
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PRIZE .PRESENTEDLast BAND PERSONALITIESName of God. Services will be conducted I roses-send tl NOW! TYTEX 1.

at 730 each ROSE NURSERIES, BOX 532, SECOND-HAND bicycle In good
week in assembly Mr. ..Robert Spear Ing by the
Wakefield presented the school Date of birth.. March 26, 1925 i i pastor, the Rev. 4. Hastings.. t'I, TYLER. TEXAS. |I condition. Write or see Capt.R.
H. Martin army air base
with the hundred dollar cash Place of birth. Buttzville, N. J.I' '
camera case, headquarters bid,., Homestead.
award for winning tint prize in Schools last attended, ,. .-Avon I NAME LAWNodee
Park Jr. and Homestead';I I to brrrfcr given that the ....... j I filter. Camera has fart. (po30-n6)
the Dade County scrap: drive. High Signed' taint business under. Ik* fktltkwran F 35 lens and shutter, speed|
Clan .. .. Senior of TEXACO BAR.B.Q. s. Knmav 1 '
Following usual custom of .n' TUTORING WANTED Ugft
our .. Homitad. Fla., intend to ralatr I from time to 1-200 second. Excellent
having an amateur show once a Office held.. President Student ,the sale name with the clerk at Uw (" condition. Reasonably school and grad school subject
Council, president senior class,:!:cult Court of Dad Cmntr. Finials.W. 1"1 I Vr H. J. A. B
year, the rest of the assembly wa Rhranr. I priced for person wanting good Armstrong ,
devoted to a variety of act performed band captain.: I I I Oct. l.. IS. 10:Nor. t IMS camera. Apply Leader__U__ Enterprise -'! Rummer drive and Country

by talented students. ;Instrumentclarinets i: NOTICE OP APPLICATIONFOB i 14 N W. Third it o23tf) 1 Ji Club ro.i!.
Favorite classical selection.. . . TAX Dean y
First on the program was the I Beethoven' Symphony In B Flat I! Flla 16167Notfc .
eighth grade boys' band led by to hereby dyes that Marshall I LEGAL NOTICES In the County of Dada. Suit. U ...rIod.
Favorite composefSou", Williamson holder ..
M anlia of City of towltlTh
Virgil Radford. Bety Lou Shelley Favorite march Washington Post truth Miami Tan errtlMeau Nunhrrrd 14. NOTICE DP APPLICATION POBI assessment of sold pru"fl* ands
sang a cowboy ballad., Noel Stef. dated the alb day of June. A. D. I MR. has I i TAX DEED th* mid. certificate w.. In the same atC ,
fanl Favorite orchestra leader I IM MM certificate: In atr offk... and hal I Chapter 11 7.-Aria of till W. *tla. <.n.ValMa .
played "BrookIn
a piano solo . Benny Goodman made application for tat deed to tatu1thron Pile A.s620 mid crtlfl.aw shall ha I redsoawd
the Forest" by Host. Clarice, n. I la aerordanc with Uw. raid NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that M E. acmrdlni, to law. the proprrtrttxrrln drerrfbed
Hilda and Favorite patriotic song "We Did :OttlUrat mbnm the follcnrln dirribd .. (!orn n. aold.f irf Rut end County Tai will b* ..ld u ta* hlili-M hMdr
Doris Ada Dodson .
It Before and We Can Do It prop rtT. situated 'In Dad Coiintr, Certificate No. 1K7II. issued the In dar i at the. Court Huux alms on the flntMundar
played a piano tro..La.J.: .ta Aragonesa" Florida to-wlli I IL.I |lof 4un. A. D. 1U40 I... filed Mm In mrofflr I In the month uf Itrrrmarr. 141,
Again". I H Block 9. Franklin .u...... PM .. and kai made Application for a la; whys the flh day of Itoonli'r. I'H
by Sortorlo. Arthur Favorite popular song __....."Ho Rook .. Pan ... In the City of loath died tai U .honed tIw_.. Said Crtlflcu Dotal this lath day "f Det.1wr. ,ou.K .
Brandenburg sang "White 'Cliffsof I Miami County of Dad, lute i>f FlorlI I embraces the. ""Iowl.ri...... r'npmir N. LKATI..NMAN.Clock .
Wears a Pair of Silver WlJles i I In the .r l.1mit
Dover'* do.no. OvuM of Dada state of rVrlda, Castle"
by Burton-Kent. John aMfwnwnt of laid property under ,W wltlEU I>todI' County. rh.rfds.Clnrtdt .
Pope played -"March of the the Cnffltau. Issued was In the name of of IKU of of Awl. *** Court Rest
SENIORS' TOt'ltNA\IENT"! K. .f P. Lodr* iColorrdl.. U.I_'aoioIl floe IT. Ti wnhlp:M fcnth Aan" MEa By N. C. IITERIII''I'I'. 1'1. C-
Dwarfs" by Grieg, and an encore, WIN Cartlflnt boll b. redeemed. amordlnt b',' >U .mtalnln, > gene mar or kM I OiL. 16. II ID. Nor. t. hill
law tai dead will a u* Dim** on the _
"Theme of Grieg Concerto. Diana In the final game of the interclass 4th dar rte Drxmbn' A. t>. 1MJ 1 i iDated
Springer vocal solo this 11th dar of ort.n., A. D.
sang a football tournament Mondaythe 1942
"Roses of Picard?" by Haden Senior*, defeated the Juniors, R: II, LEATHER-MAN A Home PIBSE-PLAVNED. TOO!

Wood. Virginia Walker enter 3024. At the end of the game Clark Dad of County Circuit, Florid Curt.. to Fit We will help you find a Home

talned' with several selections on the score: wa tied 24-24. The!Circuit Court .>al.. ; Your exactly planned to meet your

her piano accordion and Wilson team played overtime lor two Oct.. 10. N,KrL.lt.., e. II, Sr PARKER 17. l Ui D. C. :, Purse family' every need. In style,

Austin proved that the hand is minutes with the score still tied.: size, location room arrangement -

quicker than the eye by performing 'The boys had to sudden ; and to fit your purse, In
some Intricate card: tricks. i',death, after lgah: Doss- 1,1, g price, financing and 'terms."

The assembly adjourned after I man announced that the first team I EXPERT 1 Very likely our expert Horn'*,

singing the national anthem. I it this minute! Why not
"''''''" .", '"
BARBERING phone us, right now, and see

ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICKRedland j Your "Perfect!" Hornet

Road between Avocado and Biscayne: Drive I Halrrol _____ 5*> EDWARD STILING

Pianoforte and Theory Share __u ___ tSe As.al far Aaukaa AIMalaaaraac ...
Shampoo (Plala)___ 5c C*. REALTOR
Violin Xylophone Piano-Accordian : I""IJ Florid City. Fls

lunnurtunuumunr..numrr, , , ,,, ,, ,..,,.,I., ,nr,, ,.r,,u', m", emu,, nnn,,,mr, ,, .r,,rnru, m n"'avnu'' Shampoo (Medicated.__ 75e
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Ambulance Service

LADY ATTENDANT ] 0**. cloy Ban OrawtJte M4 Paltow' Building

Homestead, Fla: TL He, W Ma>.bllabe Iftt
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fght HOMESTEAD LK".DER Awn ENTERPRISE'' Fr aav.. November_ n ft._. 1_<_U9__

I Florida Power & Light Co. Judged DEFENSE AREA Food Producing Class ELECTION

To Start
Best in National Advertising FieldFlorida Monday NightWar (Continued from Page One)
(Continued from Page One) arty taxes levied in many coun.
Power-Hi' Light! Com be housed,, he pointed out. time demands have caused ties.
These people will have to live the federal to 2. To
pany advertising which has been CERTIFIED government make allow submission to the
appearing In the Leader-Enterprise 6,000 somewhere*' said Morris, "and if food production Instruction available people in M to 180 days ot emergency

baa been adjudged the bit utility Homestead makes no provision for through the county vocational amendments to the const*,
advertising the country for the (Continued from PIe One) them, some other area"will do so department, said Ceo. N. Wake- tution . so that Florida may
and reap the revenue. field yesterday.A more quickly meet
year ending Oct, IMS. v changing tax
Is authorized to handle farmer
Declaring that rental houses already
class la and other conditions. .
Each month throughout the egg production will
labor problems, said Mr. Chandler
are practically non-existent be started Monday 2. To set up I and
advertising of the nation's utility night In the game freshwater
who that
growers acquaint
In the city limits with only a few
agriculture class fish commission
companies Is rated by Public Utility room with Jsmes empowered
the new U. S. E. S. repreA -
till available In the
Ad-VJewi on the basis of copy, Nesbltt local poultryman, as Inmuctor. to reulatl.aeaaonl and bags.
meeting of representatives of Councilman Morris said that
art work and appeal. Advertising asa On Thursday night, 8. To set up a salt water conservation
of 172 utility companies was the United States Employment real estate dealer he is already James Johnson, South Miami board, to do for such
Service and of the War Manpower receiving ss many as a doz- fishing much the
Judged. poultryman, will begin teaching a same as Amend
Florida Power it Light Com- Commission will be held In Miami en calls a day and that the Influx class In broiler production. Victory ment I. . .
this morning to further of home seekers has
expedite Just begun.
pany acored 50 points to 39 for garden classy are being offered Unofficial reports show rejection
Duquesne Power and Light Co. of relief of the acute agricultural The new engine at the light each Tuesday night by Mr.' of the following amendments:
Plttaburgh. the runner and to' bar shortsge. Mr. Chandler Will plant can furnish sufficient cur- Wakefleld. 4. To provide for direct electionof
attend the meeting and has suggested rent for the proposed new houses
18 for Philadelphia Electric Co. In Should the demand warrant circuit Judges . but extend
'third that several representative Morris estimated. Should the restrictions the terms of sitting Judges. . .
place. Florida Power ALight classes will be offered in milk production .
growers be Invited to sit In building materials be
on on
Company finished third lathe I commercial 8. To create two new state sens'
the conference. It Is hoped that lifted, he said FHA would become' vegetable tonal districts for
two Browsrd . .
previous years.Bernal growing, farm
machinery repair,
today the last obstacles to obtaining operative here, and local people Calhoun and
I. Clark. advertising auto mechanics, metals and electricity Bay counties, In lieu
adequate farm labor will be
have voiced
a willingness to
construct -
of the
manager, went Into the armed Mr. Wakefield said. Persons reapportionment of the
surmounted and that a definite houses for rental. It
was 38 .
present seats. .
service several months ago as afirst Interested are asked to get In
relief program can be announced. pointed out that when congestionIn
lieutenant in the army. Ted touch with him by telephoning" .. To allow garnishment Of
Johnson other sections has demanded,the of wage of heads Of families
who did some of the 75-J. up
copy writing In the early stages government has declared "deferIMareal" to 29 per cent. . .
i of the campaign, entered the army PROMOTIONSContinued suspending priorities and I >. To exempt from taxation
In February and U now In officer -- permitting construction of necessary ,Organizing Counties property owned and occupied to

candidate school. X. If. Grout ( from Page One) housing. : To Fight Forest Fires the extent of 29 per cent by a
was at Key West
who wrote much ef the copy, became ,corporation devoted to religious,
D. Pittman Stanley L. Seabrlght where hundreds of houses have
I lieutenant Of) In the scientific, municipal educational)
navy Sept 1. George M. Baker, Geo. A. Bishop Comer W. Collins, been and still are being constructed Claude De Vane, district forester literary, fraternal or charitable
artist\ and layout man is a veteran Chaa. R. Dlttman, John M. Klarlc, : to house the families of servicemen with headquarters in Lakeland,

of the first world war. Jes. R. Roans, Richard T. Llpke and civilian workers of the was in Homestead yesterday on a
Functions of the advertising divl- and Benj. L. Santos. army post and naval"aUon.. tour to organise counties in forest purpose.DEADLINE

item are under the direction of It From private, first class, to, The resignation of Fire ChiefA. fire-fighting service.He .
B. Roberts Jr, general sale man. corporal: Jas. C. Cuevln, Frank E. C. Deputy, effective Nov. 24, will work through various (Continued from Page One)
ages I Holy, Lavent L. Kesan, Alfred L. was accepted by the council. defense councils to enlist volun not be permitted to VII their!
Page Andrew W. Pool.' Louis H. Business conditions were given by teers. Names of four or five men trucks, while awaiting the certificate.
Pruitt, Wm E. lt eerol,- Harold Mr. Deputy as his reason for deciding in each county will be submitted .
USO AIDS Ruslander, Emmet J. 'Toll and to resign. the state forestry committee which The current "S" gas ration

Vincent & Burke. will name one as county chair. books expire Nov. 22, and seven

(Continued from Page One) From private to sergeant: Kenneth KEYSROADContinued man of the fire fighting group. to ten days are required to receive
John Barker. M. Todd, Richard S. White, Chat. H. SteffanI county agent, certificates from the centra} office
Serving with,.the directors will,Tech. 4th grade, John H. Peters will serve on the Dade County of defense transportation In Detroit -
be Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, personal'.nd John H. Smith. ( from Page One) committee, he said. he pointed out

representative of Mayor Tom Barrls. From sergeant to staff sergeant: military loads of 20 to SO tons.
Jas. M. I The road department will give an
I Appleby, Roy J. Edwards, '
The ""eldirecton were elected Albert Feldman, Michael Kuzma, Inventory of necessary materials r Y
by representatives of the local Gerald .. SaiU and Mark A. Braz- to H. E. Enyeart, bead of the'Mia. D A BIG CVtnOVEMXNTin
churches and civic clubs and nelle. ml priorities division, who will your home will be an accomplished -
other eruditions who at the request From to try to secure delivery.The AND fact when you let "
I sergeant technical
sergeant I
of Mayor Harris first contingent of office old-fashioned
met for : Lynn J. Alonio, Wm. A. WOOD us replace your ar
that lilt workers arrived In Homestead Oct. doors and other woodwork
purpose night In the Blackmon
I( Ceo. Botha), Arnold SMusel. .
: council chamber of the city hall. John 27, and three additional ones came RK} with new millwork of style
A. Smith
Vincent K.Vermillion .
t Frank Rue, co-ordinator of the Marlon C. Warner and In Monday. Equipment: Is being M and distinction. The resulting
county defense activities In this ,I Joe W. Worley. moved in, andit was learned that transformation will greatly
area, presided and Kit Canon two road camps have been esta d4 increase the value of your
', Chamber ot Commerce ItCJ'tta17,1 From technical sergeant to master blished. m C qpill "M home and give you renewed
served as secretary I sergeant: Hillard Pekoe.I Under an agreement ratified Ca tit pride in its appearance, at an

"Our aim" said Mayor Harris, I+I Protestant services were held early in October, the public roads economical cost
"Is to do for the soldiers stationed I(I Sunday morning in the theatre administration is bearing 79 per
here what people all over the building at the base by Capt. cent and the state of Florida, 25

world are now doing for our Cartwrlght visiting chaplain from per cent of the $3,400,000 cost of NtOOKER LUMBER CO. INC.
It will take the united bo''j Morrison Field. The theatre Is building the road. The state Is ,

all the people in South Dade, I,expected to be open 'for opera- also responsible for furnishing Lumber, Hardware, Saab Dears, Took
however, to make this program I i lion by Monday or Tuesday) It necessary labor, labor camps, materials .
what it should be.* I(,was announced by Capt. John A. tools, machinery, power I PRONE U HOMESTEAD, FLOUDA

Church representatives presentwere i I:ernl.n, public relations officer. and equipment for the project i
: First Baptist Church Dr. J.
E. Johnstone and Mrs. E. H. Collier -

; Homestead Methodist Church,
the Rev. O. Sewtll Palmer; Homestead
Church of the Naiarene, the
Rev. Robert H. Spear; Sacred
Heart Catholic Church. Father REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS

Michael J. Nixon; Presbyterian
Mrs. Brooks; St. John's Episcopal
Church Mrs. Lee H. Lehman.
Club and other organization I|

representatives Included: Mr. Par .
man, Rotary Club; Mr. Norman
American Legion; Al Llndgren, I
.. Chamber of Commerce; Art Me.

Kee Red Cross; Walter Weiss, Consult us about. your fertilizer requirements -
Merchant's Association I ; Mr&Buchanan.
i ir.
Woman's Club;; Mrs. J.
Hsmmett B. P. W. c.; Mrs. 1.1'.1 for the coming year.
A. Berger, Legion Auxiliary; Mrs.I ', ,'"....
Annie Butler, Garden Club: Mrs.1 I I

W.dub E.::Mrs.Rheney Ben Archer., Monday Homestead Music I ..*. Due to government,regulation and short- )..

Art Club Mrs. J. S.
; Halsllp Per-
riae Woman's Club; Mrs. H. M. ages of several materials we will not be able to : w i..
Dealer, :Jtebekaha; Mrs. OrIn: ,

Mrs Smith Paul Home Haley Demongratlon Ffcrida> City Club and;!, make ALL of our regular mixtures. But.we will : {

Mrs. Ceo. Fitzpatrick Radland.Fee .

!! do our best fo supply: as' near as possible what ;l..

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you will need \ ...


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PHONE 9108 or 389 i Ii i Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

i Telephone 16 FRANK B. RUE, Manager Homestead, Fla.P"v'e .
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