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The leader-enterprise
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Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
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Leader enterprise
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Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
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Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note:
Ben Archer, editor.

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V.L 31-No. C8 Homestead Florida Friday November 27. 1943 Price 6 Cents

Growers Tired Of "Run-Around" 1'

Chandler Wires Manpower Board ;.





'Volume One, Number One of Clipper

f Is Issued for Personnel at' Air Base I

Mil DM Volume'.One, Numb. One of,Raymond.Martin,, special service The red tape of treaties doe not stop the Importation of labor

the Clipper official newspaper of officer, a real newspaper ha been tram Mexico, to why should it prevent the importation of Bahama
full of live news stories,
Homestead base of the Army Air produced negroes to make! possible the planting and of Florid*'*
personal items,, and humorous
LABORCAMPConstruction Transport Command, made its appearance comment written by men in various winter crops?

Saturday and was warmly departments at, the base. This Question was put bluntly' to Paul V. MrNutt, chairman of

/ received by the enlisted personnel Among those who have contributed the War Manpower Commluion, In a telegram sent yesterday by the

whose interests it will signed stories or column are conunlailon'a Florida consultant, Luther L. 'Chandler of Goulds
of an FSA farm labor Sgt Tony Matturro, Sgt EarleT. .
serve. The name, Clipper, I* tern telegram was Inspired by published report Thursday
ump to house approximately Williamson, lit Sgt E. W. morning that a spokesman for the War Manpower Commission

.. 4M negro workers will be begun porary, however. Suggestions for Este and Pfc. Nick April had said that it had tabled the Bahama proposal because of the red
a permanent name are being Under the masthead we find tape Involved in suspending Immigration treaty provisions.
..Ii.within the next ten days In the
,' sought stated the paper' aim: "We are I "That spokesman for you IBid that such a ,,1.1'he Bahama
Homestead quarters, it was
i negro Under the direction of Capt. part of a new air field and we are proposal) li out," old the telegram, "but the possibility of importing

'learn d here yesterday. FSA rep. I giving our all to make this the Puerto Rican laborer might be considered. We will not attemptto
reseiitatives Parker and Vander- best and most home-like air fieldin
plant crop with unsatisfactory Puerto Rican laborer who spank
sdnouw, during a visit to Homestead USO OPENS HERE this, our country." a foreign language" 1 1t

< Monday and Tuesday, completed Several commendatory letter TEXT OF TELEGRAM GROWERS MEET TONIGHT
,negotiation, .with Henry ,the first but of ,the.
on -- .
I' The full text of Chandler telegram I An forum for alt South
Breaker, Jr. for a desirable camp have been revived at base head-
to McNutt follow
: *
quarters. One of them! from the, I Dade grower is being called for
site.The "Article Miami Herald today
camp, which reports say special service department of Mor,I War "T.SO tonight in the Perrlne school
state Manpower Commission
win be a ,teat city with sturdy risen Field described the issue aa:'
I'i met yesterday consider Importation by H. L. Cox, president of the
wooden platforms, will be used to "The best first issue of any l
Dads County Farm Bureau, in
i Bahama Island labor forFlorida' I' an
home both permanent and migratory post publication we have ever I I.een.
That a USO recreational center
farm labor.A ." vegetable Industry; th.t.pok.aman effort to work out a simple acceptable
for service men will be officially for you said such planIs
migratory farm labor camp The paper Is printed by the plan for supplying farm
opened in the Chamber of Commerce out but possibility Importing(
for negroes, built by he Farm Security I building within the next South Dade Publishing Co., I Puerto Rican laborer might be labor in the current worker shortage

Administration near what i I three weeks seemed almost certain Usher of the . pub-I'considered; (that) such later proposal '
later became the army air base' I Representative Pat 'Cannon will!
i I' after a meeting Tuesday noon i tabled for present. Reason
landing field, wa* recently incorporated [of the local executive committee !liven (why) Bahama Importation attend to get the complete story

a* part of the base I with J. I* Zwingle, regional USO FLORIDA CITY proposal denied would involve red for presentation in Washington.
and facilities. 'I
heuslnc Instruction 'executive from Atlanta, and Geo. II tape existing treaties and restrictions Unless the labor situation I I.

The necessity then was created{Brautlgam, director of the Miami j solved speedily, not more,thin SO
for other negro farm labor housing BOOKS BALANCE i
unit.At "Article further quote Inter. or 60 per cent of the normal
accommodation the meeting In the Chamberof 'vent'on! unnamed labor leaders :200,000 acreage In winter vegetables -

Commerce building, the com AUDIT REVEALS i iI against plans admitted by spokes I will be planted, it was pre-

LAUNCH FARM mittee named the YMCA, one of man. These labor leaders consider:'dieted Wednesday by Luther L.

the six philanthropic organizations I Imported laborer would work for .Chandler, U. S. D. A. war board

making up USO, a* Its chosen I I Florida City book were found lower wage than now prevail In chairman and spokesman for local

SCRAP DRIVE agency to handle the work here. I this country. Ultimate decision (rowers., This :mould< result la *
"balanced to a penny" in the audit
Although official I operation I of a ;laid to be In your hands. Miami:)loss vf from ii.UbO to SO.OiO M-

IN local unit must wait approval of I submitted Oct. 30 by state examiners -I Herald reliable newspaper there-|load of produce at a time that

DECEMBER New York headquarters, the local', to the office of State,fore assume this report correct If' (Continued oa Page :Two)

I, committee advised by Mr, Brau- Comptroller J. M. Lee, it wa reported *o, In behalf of Florida agricultural I'
tigam is making plan for Immediate
i vegetable Industry which _
The government I* asking the, .t the Florida City council
entertainment facilities for I grew 200,000 acres vegetable last
American farmer to dedicate the meeting Tuesday nightCop'es
service men stationed here. produced over 70,000
year carloads ,
remaining month 'of 1942 to ad 1n.1 A trained USO director and two of the report had been foodstuff and la in desperate

teniifled scrap hunt according to I hostesses will be named to have received by both the council and: I. condition tor labor now, that VISITS AIR BASEFred

I telegram received by the-:I j charge of the local center which the 4< petitioners, headed by H. you reopen consideration importation

Leader-Enterprise from War Production : (Continued on Page Eight) E. Obenihaln, who had requested Bahama labor; (and) per-

Chief Donald' M. Nelson the audit The council voted also mit Industry be heard since they Suite, Jr, in his "Iron

Wednesday. PRESBYTERIANS to place a copy on file at the office are paying the bill, taking all of i lung" and Mrs. Snite paid a visit
"Steel mill need :
mores heavy I of Mr*. Flora D. Myers, town the submitting to all sort of I to the Homestead army air base
scrap and the firm are one of the
clerk, where It will be availableto restriction and conservation Wednesday afternoon and expressed .
beet source ef this type of motor I
CHOOSE PASTOR the public. plans, assuming all risk of loss If surprise at Its site.
be said "W need further
your I The books, such a* they are, crop falls, paying most af profit I At headquarter they were
help la this farm drive, and la "
_ are well kept by the town letk, in taxes If crop successful, yet not greeted by Lt. CoL Wm. L.
aiding our salvage committee to: The Rev. Marvin T. Murphy of said Examiner J. E. Madigtn la now given lightest chance be ,Plummet, commanding officer of

continue this effort throughout the I Chattanooga will on Sunday I his report to the comptroller' office heard. i the bur, Cspt Arnold W Brecht
next few weeks.
"AH salvage committees are be. morning preach his first sermon ,' "and due to tier long and. "This I* major problem. ,Industry I base adjutant, Major Bennett H.
t* pastor of the Homestead Presbyterian intimate knowledge of the bUll.I must be heard either director !Griffin, head of the new operational
log Instructed to to make
continue Church. He succeeds the 1 I nest and duties of the office, she through One as consultant for! v.lninIIIIit, and Major 1.
available to the farmer all their
I Rev. Ceo. H. Rick who resigned wa a great help u* In making industry to War.Manpower Commission -1 Clifford B. Gould, eommsdlng

transportation, and to co-operate facilities and In everypossible manpower to accept a call to the Northeast (Continued on Pat Eight) or Dr. Ashe, your regional officer of the Fifty-fourth Ferrying .

Presbyterian Church In Miami director or Representative Pat i Squadron. Mrs. Snlte wa

The nation wsy. is looking to theAsMrican Shores. "Well Sieging" will be THE WEATHER i Cannon through whom matter i presented with a bouquet of
the subject ef Mr. Murphy's sermon was presented last June and gladioli and Christina vine.
farmer. I he ;
am sure Sunday morning.The Official weather report of the which matter baa not yet been determined I After a tour of the base. Mr.
come through.
new minister received his I Subtropical Experiment Station until now. Red tape (of) and Mrs. finite topped at the

OUTDOOR LIGHTS BANNED A. B. degree at the University Homestead Florida. treaties doe not top Importation I general mess hall where I large

I I Chattanooga end his B. D. degree [Date HIM.I IN].. I Itar I lulu labor from Mexico.: Why shouldit 'part of the base personnel had
Elimination of outdoor decorative -, at Columbia Theological, Seminary Nov. II J S3 I M ISO[ .111 0.13 stop Bahama labor assembled to greet them.

Christina lighting I* requested ' In Decatur Ga. lie has held pas.torate Nov. 20 182 j J8 13013! "Meantime growers began planting CapL John A. Jerrican public

by the War Production Board. Tullahoma, Tenn. Del. I Nov.: 21 t 84 '| 58 | I crop depending upon employ relation officer who tt"x them

City officials chamber of com I evan, in and Fort Myers, Fla. Nov. 22 I (2 I 60 1 f 1 0.02 menf service procure labor from I through the base, in 1638 tailed

merce ,merchants, and individual Mr.. and Mrs. Murphy and Mar. Nov. 23. I 112 t 90 12U71| I domestic sources but failing that with Mr. Soil from New V TV to "

citizen asked for cooperation 'itln Jr. are expected to arrive InI 1 I Nov 24. I M 57 129.S3! 0.041!procure willing farm labor from Peiplhi l where Mr. Si :*. was

M more measure. Homestead tomorrow. Nov. 29 82 44 |2I.SR| i (Continued en Page CUM) I stricken wish infantile partlytta



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Pare Twe HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, November 27,1942.

$1,175 BONDS l Methodist Church Installs New Organ; r "" "' .. '*

ARE SOLD HERE I Children Contribute- Pennies to Fund fl, OUR MEN IN SERVICEMAN '.j

A new Hammond organ wu Installed pennies were donated by 'Mary .... ..,. ..
\ BY GIRL SCOUTSOne Tuesday morning In the Lou and Bill Musselwhite two $5

Homestead Methodist Church. The war stamps .were given by Marian THANKSGIVING Local Men See Action '

thousand, one hundred console haa been placed on the Anderson, and contributions were On Boise in S. PacificSafe ;
end of tho mad by Ray and Fay CapUnger. I
main floor at the west '
nv-llve dollars worth of
bonds and stamps were sold war by choir loft, and the sound cabinet The committee appointed to solicit LETTER[ COMES I ,
the I and sound after *
sits on the pulpit platform against funds for organ composed service
Girl Scouts the
five during the walL Mr-.. 1. D. Redd will be of Mrs. W. B. Mills, choir with the cruiser, Boiae, credited
weeks they operated their organist. director, Mrs. A. M. Logan Mrs. FROMSANJUAN I 'with sinking six Jap warships In"

sales booth In the local McCrory The organ purohas li made J. D. Redd Mrs. Bevo Webb Mrs.B. the Solomon Islands, Lt John j

store, according to a report made possible contributions, in Which M. Hindman and Mrs. I. P. Marshall Lee, son of CoL Aha
this week by Mrs. Carl Anderson| This real Thanksgiving message
Lee and Do 'le
children of the church are taking McLean. ached the George Calkins,
chairman. I I IThe ''an active part. Fourteen hundred The piano will be used to begfcr- LeaderEnterprisethis son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne T.:'
local has week In a letter from Corp.
troop co-operated i 't I
Calkins, have
the church service Sunday morn- returned to tile i
100 I Banks B/rum of Homestead who .,
per cent In the Victory I! i Ing. and during the first hymn United States. )
Drive reports Mrs. Frank Skill,1' Rotarians Hear Talk I will be suoDlanted by the organ. was transferred not long ago from Calkins, who has the rating of
captain. The drive Is a national On Soil Conservation I British Guiana to San Juan boiler-maker, first class, wired his
campaign to recruit every Girl I I II Puerto Rico: who .
I parent now In Miami
Scout and leader to buy war Theresa Redd Picked j "It really seems good to be I and ',
"Arriped safely feeling fiat,
stamps for conversion Into bonds I Soil conservation was near home In si city that tends to. AmO.
For All Team
) Campus K."
CUlled by C Kay Davia of 1
which will be presented by the! dil'l ward American customs. I have
In I previous letter,
Lauderdale, project ,
manager not seen of the Homestead
organization to President Roosevelt any
-| the Soil Conservation Service Lakeland, Nov 23 (Special)- while in action In the Solomon] I
on the anniversary of Pearl people who are living here pn the "
Miss Theresa Redd of Homestead Calkins said: "We have a wonder.
the Homestead en
Island, since most of them
Dec 7.
'J Harbor Upon maturity, are
Mr. Kay ha* been selected for the all campus ful ship bristling with guns,
Wednesday. displayed
the bonds will be used for the aid some distance from San Juan.
maps showing the types, of soil (women's1 speedball team at believe me, we'vegot Tokio Thai
of However, I am looking forwardto
needy children Mrs. Skill said. :
Florida Southern I is the tail and wt-'r
found in various localities, and explained It an. seeing them."Here's twisting.
their Composition. nounced by Miss Eulalie Glnn I Jap don't like it a bill" t1Robt.
i ( hoping that folks
Dec. lIs New Deadline \ education director. you i
Guests were John W. Heuberger. physical have a pleasant Thanksgiving. We .
For Turning in Tires i I Miss Redd daughter of Mr. and
of Selbyville, Del, Burton Troxell -
do have so much to be thankful !1 Fisher to Train "
Mrs. F. H. Redd Is rated
as a
of Olympia, Wash.and Tom
for still, for we can fight and '
The d.a Ii'Urement ofIdlt freshman the I For Carpenter's Mate
Hogan of Chicago. i .on campus. and '
give everything
tires, has -been extended to' 'chrlltmOl I Next sport on the Intramural
The club voted to hold Its -] knowing that in the end the right I
Dee. 1. After that date It will be I calendar Is scooter hockey, which 1 '
have party on Friday, Dec. 18, in will win. Should our time comet Robert F. Fisher, son of Mr, and
Illegal to more than five) begins next week.FARMERS. i
Legion hall. to for what we wo Mrs. F. A. Fisher of Princeton, is
tires for a car One tire Is allowedeach lei
running wheel of trailers. 1 know that by so doing are! slated to attend a carpenters' trade '

The last-minute date for truck 0. II. Parker EntertainsOld MEET giving the young men of the future -I school in Norfolk. He has sl-f

owners to submit their certificates I Friend This Week I _.. . I j' a fuller life and keeping them ready had six year of woodwork
1 ( from being just 'cannon todder.1 In the manual training classes at '
of war has likewise been
I Continued from Page One) '
0.I That's I lot In these days. j Redland Junior and senior high
moved up to Dec. 1. The same Burton Troxell, old friend of foodstuffs are vitally needed In 1 schools.

dute has been named as final for' B. Parker arrived on Sunday from the war effort, he said. 'I I! Fisher enlisted in the Oct.

registering tire serial numbers. his home In Olympia Wash., to' In the government contract Lt. Fitzpatrick Tells i|128 and Is now' at boot navy camp rer

i spend Thanksgvlng with Mr. and which the farmer is asked to sign Of South .Pacific Isle,!i I calving his recruit training. w
Nylon Hose for War Use Mrs. Parker. | he has been exempted from '
{: In a recent letter home, he told :
Collected McCrory'sUsed Their friendship dates back to responsibility In case of flood A recent letter from Lt. Francis]jI I,of not having seen much yet of'
._ ._ I 18(0 when the two first met in or other catastrophe to the Fitzpatrick I stated that he was now
Norfolk as "w* have an eight :.
silk and nylon hose are i Cuba For about ten years they; crop, but he Is not guaranteeda allowed to disclose that he was on''I nine-foot fence with strands or of

being received at the local Mc I were associated I in business in definite delivery of labor and he an Island in the Southwest Pacific: i,barbed wire on top around a >
Crory store for the Homestead Red Mexico, after which Mr. Troxell' Is not guaranteed that the work and he told of fruits and vegeta-i' three-acre
or place, and
Cross chapter, announces Mrs. B. moved to Olympia where he II'ers will "stick" it and when de- lion that are similar to those of go out.. .'' tWO"'f
i A. Tlbblts, chairman. second tax assessor. They have livered. The contract still ask Florida. < .
The hose, which will be used kept In touch with each other guarantee of employment for 79 Among other Interesting things ;
I In war production must be clean through the years, and are havinga per cent of the working period. IS he spoke of was salt that is made' Pvt. Henry Dodson, who Is stationed -+',1?

Mrs. Tibblts said. Rayon hose are pleasant time reviving old memo a worker flat transportation fee, from sea water and sold in sticks with the army air force la/

1 not being collected. ories. j 30 cents an hour minimum wage, I foot long and sis inches thick. ]Miami Beach, spent Sunday herewith ]
his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. i.
freedom from discrimination In Fishing is good, he said. The'
lassssl ' Homestead i employment because of race, color natives fish in sail boats. II |H. Dodson. Henry was transferred
Girl Scouts Rated First creed or national origin and from Camo Blending last week. .

provision of free shelter. When I John Kuhn, elder of Mrs. .
In Nature Study by Scout Executive'Designated son j
;confronted with two and one-half L. P. Kendrick, enlisted recently Ens'gn! M. E. Potter and Mrs. :
pages of government stipulation, I 'I Potter, the former Miss LouieLong
In the navy and is now taking, ..,
as the outstandingGirl garden flower finder, Ann Rhenle -\the average fanner's reaction Is. .training as aviation machinist'mate I Fitzpatrick, are now in Vir "'
I "To hell with the contract!" said I i' ginia. Ensign Potter la stationedat
) Scout troop In the county In i at the naval air station
outdoor and nature activities the I I Pioneer, Ann Rheney Margaret Chandler.In !Jacksonville. He was graduated Camp Bradford and Mrs. Potter
Homestead group led by Mrs. I Stillman, Mary Catharine Suber;' contrast to the Involved government I in June from the government a via-I is living in Virginia Beach where

Trunk Skill, was farmly praised needlewoman, Ann Rheney, Margaret contract Chandler la ad. lion school at Miami Senior High, many of the other navy wives Ire
,t1 by Miss Gertrude Steiner Dade Stillman; dressmaker Margaret vocating adoption of a brief an-1 School and worked until his enlistment -,staying. They will have I furlough

County Scout executive, who con I Stillman, Mary Catharine simple agreement which Includestime | as aviation mechanic at is a few weeks and spend 1
) ducted a court of awards Tuesday Suber; laundress, Margaret Still-,a limit for delivery to theygrower ,Pan American Airways in Miami. the time in Connecticut with Inv I
of domestic labor, and a sign ......'* father.
I- afternoon at the home of Mrs. I, man: housekeeper, boating, hostess -) I
I bibliophile Patty Robinson. provision that upon failure of the
t Skill. | Ensign Vernon Turner who hat,
domest'e! plan, without further
The tent pitching contest was
Advancing from "tenderfoot" to I completed courses at Corn.1IUniversity
first class scout at a court of I won by Joyce Walker"Sally Su- ] ado Bahaman labor will be im: and Washington D. C.'
awards is the unique record of ber and Gyps! Howard, led by ported. I Is now on active duty In the Du
Mrs. Carl who untied.I The farmer la In a particularly ,
t Ann Rheney who was given her Anderson difficult situation right now, said I Pont building in Miami. Mrs.: HOTELPATRICIA ;
unrolled and properly pitched Turner la completing her senior
f. first class rating. '
Chandler as he finds himself
their tent in three minutes! \
year Stetson University and
Others advancing fd'first class squeezed between government-de.
and Barbara
Campbell !serving as an assistant In the
were Betty Catlln Barbara Miller Home tied'for first place In mand higher wages and vegetable school of music there.
Mary Catharine Suber and PatH achievement ceiling price set by govern ,

Robinson Margaret Stillman attained The meeting was opened with tent decree. As an example of .....................................' 312 S. E. 2nd Ave.

second class rating. j the presentation of colors, saluteto what the grower Is up against, he GIFT BAZAAR "

i Merit badges were awarded as! the flag, slaving of "The Star quoted the December potato ceding I MIAMI

i follow: minstrel badge, Margaret 3 Spangled Banner", and giving of, price of S315 a hundredpounds Genuine Seminole Indian :
Barnes, Anne Rheney, ConnieCampbell !the scout promise. Ruth Byrum set by the government
: attendance star Margaret and Connie Campbell were color when It Is costing $3.14 a hundred Craft Work ; Overlooking bay and river.
Barnes. Connie Campbell!bearer and Betty Byrum and Barbara to grow and deliver them sacked

Bety Gatlln, Barbara Home, Bar Home, color guards. ,for transportation. DEC. 4 AND 5 Two block from Flatlet

bara Miller, Ardel Parman, Anne I;, Punch was served In the dining' No new orders for seed potatoes, Street.

Rheney, Betty Stillman Margaret room from i bowl wreathed with have been mad sine that ceiling OLDP.O.BLDG.HOMESTEAD
i price was announced Chandler Quiet cool, comfortable.
stillman, Mary Catharine Suber,. Christmas vine and fern. The
Sallle Suber, Patty Robinson, Su. hostess committee was composed said, but many growers, including) Reflated atmosphere.
sann Brown. Betty Byrum: my of Ann Rheney, Margaret Barnes himself, have cut and treated their! Benefit SL Ioa' Epic Church '

troop badge. Suzanne Brown, Betty and Barbara Horn. potatoes and are forced to god' ....................................
Gatlin, Barbara Miller, Ardel Mrs. Skill exhibited a sample, ahead with their plantings. As a: SPECIAL RATES
Parman Ann Rheney, Margaret housewife or mending kit which result of the situation a reduction

Stillman. I the group will make according to'In potato acreage from the normal, "AD TMal TO
Outdoor cook, Ruth Byrum, Bar- Junior Red Cross directions. 7.500 acres to. S.OOO acres la estimated. SOUTH
I ._
bara Home, Ann Rheney Blank 'jot I
; stamp cards saving to
craft, Ruth Byrum, Connie Ca :1,defray expenses at We Snapper $2.00 Single

bell, Betty Byrum; book finder, I Creek camp, were distributed.The .
$3.00 DoubleStay
Mary Catharine Suber. Patty troop plana to bicycle to

inson; book binder, Mary the country this morning on an

tine Suber: bird finder, Bety ROb-I' overnight camping trip, Th* girls

lln; first aW, Anne. tbeney: will sleep ln,seal t*ad.,:pok over TURNERS I

mer, Ann* Rheney, o an outdoor fire,!:;; /<* ;WaJXer has j

Home; path finder.! : Ann;Rheney; charge of the .IJ". ty i k. '.the trip. ERA't vcnhjMtrantartlac to nakh

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ft """"" "" .year. ........-...
2iHour Mther trip (wkfeh noises Iii
RedUbd Road between Avocado and Biscayne Drive
Pianoforte and Theory U D1'ATTBNDANT-' tire, time and xwrres).

Phone 270 Homestead Fla-:.
Vtolfct ,Xylophone PianoAccordiaui

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Friday, November .d, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pace Three

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R. O. Dirk to Take Puritan Principles Are Suggested

Homestead Air Base:I WAVE Pharmacy Course I As Basis for Enduring World Peace B

I Mrs. R. O--Sk: : of Alice's
I. --
Beauty Salon has been sworn In I
News Items "The of dividualista who believed In-
as a WAVE and may be called for principle self-govern I re*
training a* early a* Dec. 9. ment which our Puritan ancestor llglous freedom for themselves.
(A* released by. CM*. John A. Jeratfaa, pcblie rcUlloni officer.) At Miami where she took her to us should be the basil he said, "yet drove Roger Wil-

...............,:....".....-............../--r..r.-J........... "..'"...........v....."'...........1 tests she was the only oar of eight the gave peace when that time comes 0'1 I dared liams from to think their differentlyThey'colony when*

to the test and
Lieutenant Frank H. Hewett, nineteen when he died he had applicants pass said Roscoe Brunstetter left us a great heritage and many
Jr end Dolphin D. Henderson,(I negotiated the grade of private usual.her average was pronounced un' attorney and civic worker. In al i I of the institution they starts

private first class, corporal sergeant : Thanksgiving address to the Red- 'still used.
officer of the general mess of- I After five weeks of general are They gave ua the
and start sergeant fine land District Lions Club Tuesdaynight first public schools and later
fared for at State Teachers'College
came thanksgiving to training Iowa. :
i record- and his squadron mate "A just and lasting peace started the first circulating libra.
In Cedar she will
baN'i Rapids
the personnel, military and lament his taking off. He had' must be based on tolerance and I ry and organized the first firetighten.
in and
,civilian with their menu for been In Florida nearly a year. take a course pharmacy understanding There la no room They even tried 'communism
chief officer.
emerge as a petty
Thanksgiving Day dinner which . I for vengeance and a peace based but rugged aa they were,
[ on hate will breed hate and bring could not make It auccevd because
wa' ai follows: cocktail and appetizer Thanksgiving surely had an Sugar Stamp Is Valid
about another
war. the frailties of human nature
ensemble of fresh : added meaning for Master SgtThellan '
an For Pound of Coffee Brunstetter out that the .
D. Cox who has been pointed could not be subdued and selfishness
Florida fruit, crisp celery hearts Just
German people and the British and greed crept in.
and fluffed Jumbo olives; salad, raised In "* from private. The
avocado 'fact is that "sergeant-bird tame Rationing of coffee will start at' people have a common ancestryand "Their town meeting was the
lupreme, .thousand 12:01 a. m. Saturday; Nov. 29, that while It would be expensive fore-runner of our democraticform
dressing saltines entree to the base In coveys lately. Pvts.
; roast
when Number 27 In to teach Germans self-
coupon every of aelf government and .wo
young northern tom turkey, Club Ernest B. Allen, Joe' O. Clewls.
Concordia John W. Class, Denny W. Des- adult's sugar ration book becomes government after generations of could well afford to return to abetter
dressing giblet gravy, valid for the purchase of one military rule, It would still be far application of local self
candied mond Robert D. Edwards, Stoy
vegetables, Georgia yams,
pound of coffee. That pound cheaper than more war. "
government today.
Jones H. McMillan and
French buttered Virgil
style south I
peas must last until Jan. 3 which In tracing the
means history of Wendell Eaaon: sevenyearoldson
John R. Woodson all had their
ern corn saute; desserts, overstuffed
about day. I Thanksgiving from that first celebration I
plumage changed to the stripes one cup a of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Easei,
,, pumpkin pie a mode,
Children above IS of by the Pigrlms In 1821
of technical sergeants. To be staff I years entertained with violin selection
Southern California
grapes; beverages are classified as adults In coffeerationing Brunstetter said that they hal
I and led the Lions in a communitysing.
sergeant there were Lester E.,
tea and. milk. Edenfield Henry E. Hewitt Way- I said A. L Meybem, secretary I given us much to be thankful for He was accompanied by
ot the local I rationing board today. Mrs. Euson who also
From the Sam Stein Department land C. James, Earl W. McMur- I I played a
Mr. Meybem warned that penalties "They were a strong band of in- piano solo.WAVE .
(don't tell Fred-he might
Store In Greenville Miss, ray
will be Imposed If a No. 27,
of Delta Jealous). Ralph R. Mickles, William
(the heart the ) came Lt :
is missing from the ration
Bernard Stein via Camp Selby E. Smith and Alfred E. stamp for Uncle Steve Featured Now Permitted
book of a youngster Ineligible
Fort Knox. the officer' candidate Spears. Then In came Pvta. Cecil I coffee. I In New Folk Lore Book i To Have Army Husband
school at Camp Lee and Morrison D. Brown, Joseph N. M. I. (no I

Field to the army air base here'middle initial as per army par Uncle Steve Robert and I ;
315 Girls at F. S. C. W. Women enlisting In the Women'sNaal
where he became a colorful con ,lance) Carson, Leon C. Cham- I II
atltuent of,the base quartermaster bless, Clyde F. Hinson, George C.Stubbs Earn Part of Expenses Cape Sable area are featured in I Reserve can now have a

corps where he Is now executiveto Thomas I. Tarbert, GeorgeN. I I Stetson Kennedy's "Palmetto:'husband serving In the army.

the base quartermaster, assist Nash (never made an auto), Tallahassee, Nov. 28-Approxl*(. Country"' of the American Folkway Previously women who were qualified

ant rail transportation officer, salvage John T. Penton, John F. Rothert: mately one out of every six stu-( Series which was published ,' for the WAVES had to be
officer and QM property Hugo A. Mayer, and James (NMI), dents, or a total of 31) girls earn last week. I II ,discharged from service If their

classification officer How often Munro Pvt. Roy O. A. Nelson part of their expanses at Florida I Uncle Steve, who has spent prac husbands were drafted or volunteered I
we hear the word "salvage" repeated got two stripes and 10 is now I State College for Women according I jtlcally half of his 92 years on the for the army

today-It Is one of the most ,Corporal Nelson. to a report Just Issued by the I Cape, Is quoted as verifying the 1 Lt. Serepta B Terletzky, rankIng .
important words In our war effort. . personnel office and placement I Indian story of the "big snake" of WAVE officer in charge of ,

The salvage officer see that all From Sgt. Matturro and Miss bureau. : the Cape Sable country reportedI 'enlistments at DOS Langford Building
salvage is turned in to the proper 'Marjorie Campbell are the following The number employed Is less have been killed by a Seminole Miami pointed out that there

hands. for war production-every. comments about the civil than the 418 of last year, owingto In 18112.I are still restrictions on married f

thing from broken needles and Ian personnel at the base: a cut in funds allotted by the I women, however. WAVES cannot
bottles to "busted-boilers" (including I Bonnie Groover, "the girl of National Youth Administration. forbidden "to carry or use a camera marry during their four month

razor blades and "razor- the hour" who sits behind the Types of Job vary from sales I' . upon any vessel or ater. Indoctrination period and married
back" hair). READERS, HEAR desk and hands out gas-ration clerking in downtown stores and front facility found by the district I women cannot have children under -

YEf SAVE=, SAVE, SAVE to VIC.TORYI .I I cards really bowls the boys over coaching fellow students to serv-I coast guard officer to be Important I U years of age at the time of t'
I !tSgt. during the day with her good Inb in tearooms and working as to the national war effort."i their enlistment
. o
looks and efficiency and at night lab ....I.tantHowever, a majority
-C. Breske of "f.rwsy" Rah- set out for the bowling alley and of employed students are

way, N. J, Is our expert In 'talk doe an extra good Job of knockIng departmental assistant or hold

ing about the weather and never down pin. dining room scholarships on the
doing a thing about It"-but hecan When you lift up the telephoneto campus. General work classifications
tell you it will be "stormy make a call and hear the melodious and the number listed under

weather" (If the sun doesn't strain of "Operator", the them are shown on the report I
shine) and did tell Wrong-Way chance are two to one it will be a* follow: departmental student' re.w sN

Corrlgan what the wind and Miss Elizabeth Hall of South assistant, 100; dining room scholarships

wave over the Atlantic were sayIng Krome ave. Homestead. You've 101; miscellaneous appointments ....
end doing and planning when probably _no WI petite blonde I 13; N. Y. A. itudeifU, { f *

he took off. His six year in the beauty showing her ware on the 85; tearoom girls, IS.
army with two years specialized wood clad roller-skating arena in
weather training and service with Miami. I CAMERAS FORBIDDEN

the bomber group at Mitchell Kathleen Freeman also a resident I Miami, Nov. 26-Wartime restrictions HELP WANTED

Field where he gave the weather of Homestead is a native of on photographing vessels

to a large number of our leading West Virginia. This Jitterbug and waterfront facilities, or other
flying officers of high rank make pounds on typewriter making places used for national war purposes FLORIDA MOTOR LINES' eontinung contribution; of th

us feel that when he says "all- "tally-out during the day and ..again are being called to trained men te fit ..y position* hi the armed forces he

clear" we can safely put our tops reverse the procedure at night ona the attention of the general pub- opened desirable and important position in this essential

down and take-off to.a picnic.e dance floor. Her dance routines lic by officers of the U. S. Coast industry. This Is o War of Transportation' . and

e e draw plaudits from the on-looking. Guard, seventh naval district. Florida Motor Lines employees are doing their bit SUp"pyi"9
With regret we report the deathof audiences. Unauthorized Individuals are / vital! transportation to all phase of the war effort.

Staff Sgt. Paul H. Smith of the Fern Robertson daughten of The opportunity U now open to YOU to join this woe

427th Base Hdqs. and Air Base Charlie Robertson, lives in Home essential group.
Squadron early Monday, Nov. 23 stead. She I* a Sunday schoolteacher Noffcdintf>
at the base hospital where he had and a member of the First
been) ill only a short time. Headquarters Baptist Church. We have re- up to
officials Immediately no. ceived Information from Captain '
titled his parents, Charles E. and Doan that SHE Is HIS very efficient t COACH OPERATORS Age 21 ami up; good

Hazel Smith, on Route 8, Koko- secretary. pareGET driving iperience (heavy equipment preferred).
mo Ind. His remain were cared 6 feet 7 Inches, ISO pounds, minimum 8th grade

for by the Turner Funeral Homein The writer wishes to make the II education (High School preferred).

Homestead and have been sent following Thanksgiving wish: Steward Garage Employee
with an enlisted man as attendant Happy Thanksgiving,
The deceased enlisted in No its nor buts.

October. 1941. and had served Everything perfect FOB MEN and WOMEN
welL Though little more than From soup to nuts.
I Ticket Agent, Baggage CWlt Bookkeepers, Calculators

ADJUSTED! Stenographers, Typists Clerks, Janitor
ond Qeaneri.
i mr fe Years of enjoyable good health

may be lost through failure to It has always been our policy fa give preference tn employment .

It you would permanently learn of the bodily benefit obtainable to men and women Swing along our routes.

Cl i beautify your Home without through Chiropractic.With If you are Interested, mail postcard or Utter, giving
so very many others offering "name address, age, sex and Indicate position you ere
extravagance-have 'a talk evidence of what Chiropractic has ,best suited for to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR. FLORIDA

with ua about painting, plant done for them, should you hesitate 'MOTOR LINES JACKSONVILLE, FLA',An application

i and remodeling. tlsk precious' time and ,f HenJ! Will 6e mailed to you, and If you are." acceptable

off health? Stop by, today: -i.., anfTrmiitIca 3s open arrangements Will W made for a

personal! Interview' end further tcwidtrttion.

Dr. R. J. ElliottcmaoPUC'Toa

.:!. U lit ate < '
venlnn by App. toM"tMeCnry LURID M0T0R NfS
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Page Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, November 27,1942

LEADER I 1mIIIIIIIIIWlUlIl1t1InIlInIllIiJIIII111: E. Rogers, sisters of W M. Brad- celebrated her fourth birthday

HOMESTEAD Joy, both of whom will spend several Nov. 11 at the home of her paw

AND ENTERPRISEtIACK NOME i month here." rent, Mr. and Mn. J. H. Graav

20 Years Ago : -"W. O. Webster, one of the old tham. Th little folk were entertained jl

AN lots fRONT guard, I* expected to arrive soon, by Mr*. C. R. Daniel .

......,: w ... -- I i coming through in his car. Mr. with several game Refreshments

P..ihh.e t>,fdse at B_..... fill., Tie .r.a..t ... Webster mother arrived last of Ice .
.,.. a we t. w. cream cones, cake and ....
bp the -- rubu"ing
IF.RzM awe ........
i The crowing shortage of spaceon res -- d w week. . ." i;:onade were served . those pn*.
trains and busies has prompted: ft..ras a.:: Veldt w:: 6.'' -"With temporary shelving eat were Bobbie and Marguoril

ARCR6aP' sod ZdkmrMARJORTS ODT to Issue a toot travel appeal ::r' OM. '". MM. vkk *. show In place, the J. D. Redd Co. la Crow Elizabeth Caalinger, Ices

tIACK ARCHBaa and launch a stay-at-home coring this week Into its new Murphy, note and Mary Brad:

MaasW campaign. Civilian will 1* urged wurmmrmmrrmmlUnmmmrtJll.u !home next to the Bank of Homo ley, Pauline Loylasa, Myrtle: and

MART rnULL DICIUJIIO to "*tay pur during the'' Christ.mas ... stead. :|I Louise Pennlngton. Johnny and
members of the Homes -
Now w wowst'asCRIPTtos and New Year holidays _"..Ia Beasi and Eulie Camp. Tommy UoUett. Harold and Lots
Baptist Church attended the
Mat soldier' may go home oaleave. bell, Eleanor Bauer Martha 8erI -, Taylor Roberta Selb,., Coma
meeting of the Miami Baptist Association
aADI. necker, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Davis, Nellie Belle Janis EsteU
: held In Buena VUU. . I
0.. 'eooootr ... ___ M leowoft With Intercity travel by auto out Dele.atfrom the local Ward Bill Ward and fritz Rutzk Bowen, Francis Brown Gladys and
14 C.e.tr_ sLM of the picture and troop move I church attend the dance last Saturday Jewel Campbell Ellen Huff Fay
mere Mrs. W, A. King, Mix Jo.sephine .
menu In this country on the Increase -', evening at the Homestead Cafe.'I,i,Johnson, Louise, Jeanette lad loa

F..... r .... ... owe pleasure trip must be put Pratt. Mr. R. E. Edwards, -"I4r. and Mrs. Chas Schu.,:Grantham, Eloise and Eugenia Me.
M.rrk 1L EEL .1 U. POM .n. MHMM.M oft ODT until the day of:Mri. S. A. King Mr*. K. L. Wolfe,
] nHank _, car set .. say Mr C. N. C. !macher motored Wednesday to David. Betty Lou, John and Rob.
Walker. W Moon
.. victory.A I Hialeah when they wen having:'ert' Grantham. also Mr E. lie-
M. Muuelwhitt
O. L. Strick1 'I
irn.What a bungalow built by Terburg Arthur, Mn. F.A. Grantham. Mrs
of It? program has been worked out|land, W. D. Horn, A. J. Drew I brothers. . ." I||: c. R. Daniel. Mrs Claude He.
Rev. C. N. Walker.
for the production of Ice boxesDext ;land -"Carl Schumacher and 'Besslf David. Mrs. L. B. Candy Mia
By Annie May hew FllspatrltkWitn year, but there an no provisions "Mri. Frank Skill entertained .1
and Eulie Campbell wen visitors: Jul Petty and Mr*. J. H. Gran
the "Owl* at card last
for new mechanical refrigerators a party
and and art hear
sugar coffee creamas week to Tbos. Poet and tham.

they are Tuesday evening Tone present Ceo. Kosel's radio concert L Bachelor, a recent
were Mr. and Mn. Lee H. Leb- ar.
And other things, also, on ration, -"Th. Homestead school honor I I I"N.
la atan-
An ample supply of arsenic In. man, Mr. and Mn. MOM, Dr. and
Some people an forming a habit I for
Mn. Mr. roll this month Is as follows on residence in Flori.
secticides Is assured next year for Smith and Mn. Frank
that's bad'I! eighth grade-Louise Wollam, da . "
City. .
cotton growers and fruit farmers. Rue, Dr. and Mn. F, H. Lindeman.
Of somewhat In this
faihlcn.Today conversing. WPB has frozen halt the butter Mr. and Mn. Chai. Fuchs, Jr.. Udda Ann Lee, Thomas Loomis, -"Miss Ruth and Anna Wallla,

now In cold storage; that will assure Mr. and Mn., Carl Deden. Mr. and Earl Matthews; seventh grade who have been visiting Olivia

an adequate supply for the Mrs. B. M. Duncan and Mr. and Elsie Campbell Mary Elizabeth Barnes for about 10 Jays returned
I I tell
<, went shopping. boys in uniform. Mn Skill. Horn, Ruth MoWl') Jack Rhodes, to their home In Selma, Ala.. oa
you, my dear, _"Charlie Cave Mabel Robertson, Olive Kennedy, Wednesday.1*
baby which
Most everything's off of the kerosene Sheffield
John Sixth .nct.-Wal-
market Users of and fuel oil has been tick for three or four ; -"One of the most unique

With government orders on tires who have given dealer! .Jproml- day hat recovered." marine Haun Mildred Lightsey, event bold in this section was tile
Whittaker '
Hazel Nixon Pearl
t n'' and gas, wry notes" in order to obtain fuel "City Engineer R M.: Duncan ; Tom Thumb wedding In Homestead -
fifth[ gnde Edna Martin, Roberta
We can't drive our car, we must lately, must exchange coupons has contracted with J. 1. school auditorium Monday
Horn, Marian Dorsey fourth
park It." from their new ration books for Haiti for the construction of a night The affair was given by

their notes in order to get more modern 7-room house on his lot, gnde-Anton. Waldm, Wm. M.Y.. M. Bradley's Sunday

Of course, you must lUten but pa. kerosene now. 'on Campbell it. adjoining. 'the Krone, Dexter Home Alvah Taylor school class of the,M. E. Church,

tenet grows thin Price) ceilings have been placed I I E. Z. Crowley residence . ." I Ovid Sullivan Stewart Hall South: . The bride; Elizabeth

1 Still hoping that they'll rise over Irish potatoes, dry onions and]| -"Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams Alice Hobson Myrtle Mowry. Eva Skill, carrying a bridal bouquetof ,

above it turkeys, and the local rationing I!of Norfolk Va, spent the week' Rill, Jeanette Chapman, Marie I roses and fern, looked very

I But when you have stood all you board has full Information about just past with Mr. and Mn. C. T.; Campbell; third gradeJohnThompson sweet standing beside the "groom,"

think that you can the new OPA. ruling.The Harper. Mrs. Williams Is Mrs Christie Taylor, John James Redd who was very formalIn

Just answer them sweetly, Harper's sister. They wen ac- Drew, Marl Loylets, Carrie Bell I his full dress suit Both bride
office of Informationat
war Caves Thos. Carter Wills Bell
conupnled by Mr. Williams' and have red hair which
groom :
What of it? 1
the of the War Man. .
f request Bowen, Lloyd Field, owing to illness
mother and drove through In their added to the effect . Eloise
Commission is sponsoringa the second teacherwas I
i you do go without all ',Irar.- Bradley sang "0 Promise Me" . .
recruit and to .
Supper' campaign retain unable to report and therewere :
,.11 I -"K. C. Martin and family an Joe Burton wu the preacher .
on farms the labor necessary honor In the first
Till youthingsr and each vet- \expected soon from Damascus, no pupils I I Frank Sesaler was best man, and
tebrae rattle; for next year's hsrveat The area::1 I Ca They will live here permainently -. grade" I|, Dorothy Grantbam maid of honor.
Immediately affected those
: The boys at the front art not griping I With them are coming The Peerless Literary Society i Mary Bndley, Betty Lou Gran.
where livestock and
dairy, << poultry
as much :Miss Willie Bradley and Mrs. J, presented the following program: than Luulll Turaage, Jeanette

They an personally fighting production is Important. N.N..N..NNN..N... sonf-Glee Club: reading-GleulaDendy I I Grantham and Grace Hobson acted

your battles. Cast Iron skillets, griddles and 1' ; play, "Morning Callen"Edna -. as bridesmaids, whilethe dipl.i .

kettle, familiar equipment la,! CURRENTCOMMENT Smith Ila Nixon! Orln i> fled usher wen Edward Little

I Instead of bemoaning the things I thousands of kitchens, an feeling: Smith. Luther Strickland, Rose.iChas.I Glenn. Evans and Ceo.

, you can't buy the effects of war. The variety Tower Olive Jeffrey Nita Davis;i Johnson, and Randolph Glass. A*

(Those few measley things your and types of these utensils for'I I By AG.VEW WELSH piano duet-Lula Smoak Theresa'I flower girls. Marguerite Crow and

an lacking) household and army kitchens alike I Carmichael; reading Frances Leola Little were delightful, as

Start thumbing your nose at the I will be drastically curtailed by the';1 Mrte'e .1tw.t' Mrs Perkins." ]1 I was Katherine Taylor ,the ring '. -

Axis and liT I WPB. This move will conserve "Little Dorothy Graotnam' bearer . ."
"What of It* It's our boys we' Vital scrap and pig Iron for mon I with its :.:: Add am can :eftsodon
to A.... Welsh, ... H. ILaril
are backlnaV : weapons and equipment to kill I, IInoI, ...... raa. I.I I.
Germans, Japanese and Italians .
One of Florida' odd 1 .
crop *I . - -
Christian Science War I the raising of !"chewing cane" of:
gone direct from Boston to Russia,' which
'I one county will market I
ReliefThe and knitted goods have been sent,50,000 stalk onll-half "
there from branches of the committee ! aTheyofind
''cents each.
a ready In
Christian Science War Re. '
lief Committee of The First Churchof In England.Throughout the .entire ChristianScience I market In the South and even in I

Boston many northern cities where "k.lda"are
Christ Scientist in ,
which was established in September movement workers are I fond of extracting tbe sweet
making and collecting clothing of Bill Smith
UfO, has recently releasedits i I Juice by the chewing proc....
all kinds and, sending it to Jhe a
second annual report. This depots when It Is carefully.lnapected *!
I It 1 I. amazing what latent
{ shows that It now has more than sorted and packed Inwaterproof powers -fta wboIMttlltd
torn men pouts Not many gay
1,900 branch units active In the canes for '
shipment yean ago In a North Florida town
1 United States of America beetUtei One ,of the most recent of the
many more in Great Britain, Canada I committee's activities has been the I was a photographer who was "no roes ,
1 Australia and the Union of gnat shake but now the eyes i
sending of weekly food packagesto 1'
of the nation are pn that man If""
South Africa. I "
Brillih prisoners of war in Germany Kaiser who bunt several great "
. The committee has assembled and Italy. This can be done
dams and ships on the Pacific I
I since Pearl Harbor over 61000 according to the Geneva Convention coast Now be I* turning bit attentlon . . bull '. on lows
j pounds of durable clothing and Only an occasional package
to planes and their car from lie Solomon,
! bedding In waterproof mothproof haa gone attrsy. Correspondence rlers. I blonds show,and fit
.ti wooden cases, at convenient locations ha been started. with many of the *
on the Atlantic and Pacific prisoners and with their families GOING JACJ
$ Florida has been '
. coasts, ready for Instant UN In England. Some package have Its divorce Justly Now flayedfor is 1 fvrf dropped ** 10"" you'* boys III the A.LF. or*;

. should emergencies arise because been sent to civilian In occupied easy It grateful to the /otti bock home who ore doing ovarytbngt
that la
being charged Sanford and
i of local enemy action I France. It hat not been
possibleto Pensaeola marriage has been made possible to help war ptNw Oll. Everything thai Jttfp war.
Mon than 1100 garments have reach the prisoners In the Far, ,
" !easy by court deputies carrying production helps w a* the fro*.
been distributed, through military I East.
to their homes blank licenses
It' distribution centers, to men la the I The total value of materials In I be issued at any hour of the nigh to! V helping to keep long distono: telephone lIMa deaf ts writ

" United States force A large clothing distributed is estimatedat for "uniform coils, you help speed war production. War sells an crowding

;' British transport vessel which had tl.533300. In addition to this e marriage e e telephone Imei- especially the "Iont haul lines wK.. or*

1\ ) arrived from tropical watenand 1 money gifts have been sent to I Northern .people who the moil heavily loaded with war business. The greater She I

: I was being repaired at Boston re. ,China and other needy countries nickel for a small sack of pay peanut ,a distance you talk, the greater the likelihood of ..Waying vaal

t : calved 100 overcoats for otflcen.t ,and three" motorized canteens nave may be Interested In knowing war can To keep telephone line dear for ewe anal fcrcat,

t Folding cots have been t been Milt to EntJand I that Florida raise about 114 war Industrie and civilian absent oaende *. a. aw .fea-kenctfboma. "
overcrowded teamen's dubs. ( .
0.-1 million pounds of them each year.About .
Iliana lit the United States ff During a battle
J Ing because of 'war or negro regiment noticed that one I fatten hogs. i es pe fly needed to equip our fIgh....Thorefora to sea..*

action have been provided with of his dusky men seemed tote! room on crowded .lane ctataaea line for bneortonr war --j'1

.l clothing and other forms of re devoted to him and followed him!t. Cold I* such a drug on the, nets, telephone Mrs are urged to shake only abecJvlety a

lief. ev ywlieie. At length he remarked ,(market now that the machinery: hoi calls and to be brief in oil conversation. .

One of the most Impressive : "Well my man, you have>,Jot! Georgia' famous Daconega War take no holiday so plea** do not w* long aV*

branches of the work from the stuck by me well during this engagement" , mine has been sold for scrap metaL lance to exchange Thanksgiving oreeting -

start before America entered the I

war fees been the distribution of "Ye, euh!" said the colored sol.Her. \ ..
clothfaag and comfort to bombed.out . "Man of mommer beck la Stalin says' that It I*- historythat

people la Great Britain and la Alabama done toP me to stick sea makes men. It work the t..un

refute, from Holland Norway. do generals aa' ah'd be Ole Dm I other way around also for tat theM 1I

Rusts, Poland. Belgium and other generals newah feti. hurt ah* "
t, Europe* .......... QothUt baa' ajar-Grit': lit LfJ.4 ,'. ., -" : i ru I -' r.* rf I f : I > I I HtU.I : j e U I U I II I




I ter. They win occupy an apart-I children were Sunday dinner son were returned to their >hcme->
i ment I at the Schutts home on guests of Mrs. Becker. In Naranja Sunday
Tenth at. I Ruth Sprinkle medical patient
\. In and Around I I Min Ingeborg Mattson of Coral,I was released from the hospital on
Mrs. Walter Schutt of Walled Gables wa an overnight guest Sundav.
:Lake, Mich, arrived last week to Thursday at the home of her I I J. W. Walker of Princeton was
':spend the winter at her home brother-in-law and slater, Mr. and' a medical patient for a few day
Homestead [I here.. Mrs. Johnny Becker. this week.
F. A. W. Fisher wa retunct
Mrs. Alice Oxland underwent Mrs. .. S. Shields to still critically Wednesday to hit home In Prtoceteo. -
.. an operation Friday at the Kendall ILL .

Mr are and announcing Mrs. H. O.the(Bud birth) Harden on Naval Paul Air Tanner Station, of was the a Opa weekend Locks hospital la reported foe to an be arm recovering Infectionand Mr. and Mr*_. W. W. Severy and ............................-.-

Nov. 20 In Jackson Memorial Hopltaf *- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joke Mur. satisfactorily daughters. Miltred and Warrane GIFT BAZAARGenuine
of a even-pound thirteen I ray U Princeton. On Saturday were Thanksgiving dinner guest
ounce ion who has been evening, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hayes Albert Phillips wa taken to of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Derbyshire.JAilIES .
Robert Gregory. Mrs. ua-I of Chapman Field were hosts at the Kendall hospital Weldnesday Seminole Indian
the former...Hip Lena nocLJoIn. dinner to Mr. and Mr*. Murray for treatment ARCHER SMITH Craft Work
Mr. and Mr*. Joe Elder Ruth I HOSPITAL NEWSMr.
Murray Margaret Anne Elder and Mrs. Cha Clinton returned and In. U H. Watkins of
DEC. 4 AND 5
O. J. Wollam left Mondaynight Homestead
are the parents of a
Mr. Tanner. Friday from a week' stay. In Key
; for Cairo Ca. where the West son bom Saturday, Nov. SI. at'
will Join her brother Seaman T 1 ; James Archer Smith Hospital.A i OLD P. 0. BLDG.
J. Colling Jr, In spending( FLORIDA CITY daughter was born Sunday:
Thanksgiving Day with their Mrs. Claude Sperry of Ocoosso HOMESTEADBenefit
patent Nov.
il to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilson
By Mrs. W. W. Sever
- *. Mr*. and Mrs. T. J. Cuts Mich, and her cousin George of Homestead I Iloin. 81 Jena's I,... Ckmh
lips,. Seaman Collins has Just Mr. I Cummings of Atlanta. Mich, left Howard Mills and Infant ....................................
been released from the hospitalwhere and Mrs. Ralph Desmond of I for their home Friday after a
he received treatment for! North Haven Conn., and Mr. awl visit at the dimming home here.r .. . "" .... .. " '" . .
injuries received when hit ship: Mrs. David Snow of North Branford al+ !
was torpedoed at tea.Mm Conn. arrived Friday evening Mr*. L. E. Fonyth was ill For Home
I for the winter. week and I* now recovering Complete Furnishings

Lola Vaa Arsdall of Miami Mr. and Mrs J. E. Reed of Mrs. C. Phillips of Cochran, Gi,
peat Thanksgiving la Homesteadwith Johnstown, N. Y. arrived Wed. arrived last week for a visit with SeeSmithGraves
her Il'IndlllOthftMn.. L needay to spend the winter at her ion and daughter-in-law Mr.
Nixon, and other relative T'I their trailer camp-on Eleventh. at.I and Mrs. Carlis Phillips.

Lt. Mr.*. Ceo; E. Bead who I* Mr. J. H. 81_. I* recovering H. M. Degler of Key West spent Furniture Co.
' ously ill was removed Saturday I -from her recent heart at-t the week-end at his home here.
from her horn In Bedland to the 1 tack. I
home of her. niece Mr*. Flay Charles Becker of Key West
Camber. ,11'1. Anna Baer and Walter spent the week-end visiting his : \ Homestead Phone 248-J \
: Fread of New Jersey are expectedto mother, Mrs. Cha Becker, Sr.
:I arrive tills week for the win I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Becker' and I .. .. ".......... .. "........ .. ...
Ben Archer spent the first'two
" day of this week at Camp Bland
ins taking volunteer officer's candidate
test '

. Robert Lynn camping Kuhn Irwln.enjoyed trip Bob over Spear a Thank boatingand and The Voice of Bible Prophecy Speaks Today


Frank Banacb: wa returned
Tuesday from the Kendall hospital -
where he underwent an appen
dectomy. Mr. and Mr. Banacn A Great RevivalEVERY
,l recently came from Dunkirk N.
Y. where they spent the summer

Mr*. Joe Svetlay of Birmingham -
Ala. Is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Zeke Martin. her son-in-law

and daughter._
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Mrs and Mr*.. Frank Umphrey
of Miami visited Mr-and'Mrs. W. SUN. TUES. THURS. FRI.
_ H. Booth on Sunday. ,

Miss Mary Pierce, who 1s employed -
in Key West; spent the; a 7:45 to 8:45P. M.
weekend with her parents, Mr
and Mrs. Harry Pierce. !
r AT
Mrs':.J. C. Norris ha*' been 111 I'
at her home this week. '

The.Rev and-)il'l. .J. E. De- ELVENTH HOUR MISSIONCOR.
Garrao of Miami and the Rev.
and Mrs. R. E. Halting and
daughter Caroline. were dinner
guest Thursday evening of Mr. E. MOWRY ST. AND 2ND AVE. .
and Mrs. Henry Kuteldt at .their

bow in- Redland.- Homestead - 2 Blocks East of Hotel Redland
..:...-' N. WALLACE
Mrs. J. F. Bane pent SundayIn Explains IN.easelas
mete with her grandmother
.Mr*. F. Kewlan.Cha . .
--=-- Sunday, Nor. 29: "THE KINGDOM AND WORK OF ANTICHRIST." Who U he? Witt
*. Fleming I* expected te
return on Monday from Wofford yen be able to know him? If eternal life IMaM something to you don't miss this important
Ky. where he has been visiting
relative study. (It Is very plain.) Special singing by Mianiaa .

Mr*. Earl Mitchell ot New York
has been visiting her mother. Tuesday, Dee. 1: A HEALTH LECTURE. Stop wishing for health. Yon can hare it if
Mrs. Esther Wood ot Princeton
and other relative In Miami. Mrs. you want it Come and hear. Question, answer.
Mitchell the former Mill Ethel
Wood will return to New York to
. spend Thanksgiving with her fam Thursday Dec. 3: "THE FALL OF MODERN BABYLON.1 What church doe M' call

.y..1 Babylon :Another rreat'.tudy.. (Plain from the Bible.)
'Ci ..rr1 es Friday Dec. 4: "WARFARE AGAINST THE CHURCH. OF GOD. A great persecuting
; ; .
1. CAB SERVICE power appears upon the earth Come, hear and see. :

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I ::1 r . . Social Events in South Dade " 1.1



Nov. 28-Junior Woman's Club
dance In Chamber of Commerce l Miss Elizabeth S. Hall read a "World Famous Paintings" by Mrs.
Mr Flora D. Myen on Monday She stressed the fact that the only building.Nov. Webb
paper on stained glass at a meeting -
night was named chairman of alocal right now guaranteed women under 30-Meeting of. group to Of particular interest was-as
Homestead Art Club
the Constitution la that of, of the
with the National work with National Woman's Partyat exhibit of six pastel portraits by
grWp to suffrage She urged the local, Monday evening at the home of
B p. m. In Woman's Club build" Sgt. Steele 'who was made aa
Woman' Party, the alma group to campaign for the amendment I Mrs Jess Gossman, and told honorary member of the club.
explained by Ethel now on the congressional I Ing.Dec. meeting of Ad
of which were 4-Election' a Christmas ttalned-glast Announcement was mad that
Ernest: Murrell at a meeting held calendar which would removewomen's Astra Chapter of O. E.: S. West
I' project suggested by the Mist Marie Capplck. a Key
in the Woman'i Club building. A legal disabUJtiasvMra. )I Dec. Meeting of Garden Club committee of which she Is a member of the club whose *x- .
meeting for further organizationhas Murrell: a' Miami attorney, at home of Mn. Joel J. Robinson. 'ber.. OJ cellent Art Week exhibit at her
been let for Monday night, ii vice-president of the National > Dec. Meeting of HomesteadB. The club approved the home Is attracting much atten-
Nov. 30 In the clubhouae. Woman's Bar Association She;, P. W. C. at home of Mn. Green I tion that designs be worked tion; could not be represented at
Mrs. Murrell asked the enlUt. spoke In Homestead under the auspices Rives. and placed In a downtown the Homestead exhibit this week
ment of all women In the fight of the Homestead B. P. W. Dec. 14-Meeting of the Woman's 'ing as a holiday' window, .... because government shipment at
waged by the non-partiaan Wom C.. the Woman'i Club of Homestead Club of Homestead. I'tion and the following committeewas Key West were so heavy the express -
an's Party to establish equal and the Junior Woman'I Dec. 14-Meeting of Monday I named to plan and execute i iI company could not send her
rights under the law for women. Club. I Music Club at home of Mrs. Frank I the project: Mn. Wm. Gee,' Miss I box of pictures.

Hausman. Hall Mn. Frank Webb, Miss Spice cookies, sandwiches and
JOHN WHICHARD IS ELECTED PRESIDENTOF I Dec. 15-Meeting of University I Berths Nill Hausman Mn. Mary I punch were served.
I CHURCH GROUP AT DINNER MEETING Club at home of Mn. B.: M. Hind- D. Nettles, Mn. R. J. Hester, Guests and members present In.
I j I man.Dec. I Raymond Martin the Rev. MI'I'I eluded: Mrs. Preston B. Bird Mrs.H. .
18-Rotary Christmas ert H. Spear and Staff Sgt. Arden -' E. Schaff Mn. Carl Wagner
John Whichard was elected sung and comic speeches and party. I I C. Steel of the Homestead Mn. H. D. Long Mrs. Maud E.
president of Wesley Fellowship stunts were directed by Mrs. Es.I Dec. 20-Whit* Christmas Service air base. ; Chandler, Mn. C. H. Steffanl, Mrs.

k Class of Homestead Methodist tell. at Homestead Methodist I Other numbers on the program Ben Archer, Mn. Martin, Mn.
November social Later, group singing was enjoyed Church. were an Illustrated analysis of one Nettles, Mn. Hester, Mn. Webb,
Church at the
to organ accompaniment Dec. Chr'stmas tree programat of Gilbert Stuart's' pictures of Mrt. Gee, Mrs. Gossman, Mitt
{ meeting Tuesday night In the played by Mrs. J. D. Redd Homestead Methodist Church. i Washington by Mrs Gee and a Hall. Miss Hausman, Mr. Spear,
'I: church school building Other officers Present were: the Rev. and Mrs. Dec. 27_Christmas cantata at continuation of the review of I Sgt. Steele and Charles Gossman.
f for the new year are DavidC O. Sewell Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Hi"nstM Methodist Church. I
Williams \ke-president, and)I David C. Williams, Mr. and Mrs i Dec. 28-Meeting of Homestead'JUNIOR MUSICIANS MEET Present were: Mrs. Howard
Mrs Williams secretary ,trealurer'l Whichard Mr. and Mrs. Olin Art Club at 8 p. m. at home of, RHENEY Johnson, Mrs. W. B. Mills Mrs.
The recreation chairman 'Wright Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Field, Mrs Frank Webb. [ Rheney, Ardel Parman, Nadeno
Ceo Vote]] and the publicity,I I I Mr. and Mrs. Eaten, Mrs. Casper The November meeting of the Ruehle, Marian Anderson, Dottle
chairman, Mrs EstellA Williams, Mrs Redd, Miss Antoinette MR. AND MRS. FITCH WILL Stephen Foster Junior Music Cluawas and Betty Luke, Gypsle Howard,
chicken supper was served In Mo>'e. Miss Helen Moye Miss CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING held Friday evening at the Hilda, Clarire and Dorrls Ada
the recreation hall which Aida Pearl Miss home of Mrt. W. E. Rheney.
was Walker Mary
I Mr. and Mn. S. H. Fitch will Dodson, Barbara Wakefield
decorated with autumn lea\e McNeil), Miss Barbara Williams, Hostesses were Vara. and Ann Brown Janice Johnson,
celebrate their golden wedding
Cut flower- on the tables carriedout Miss Myra Swindell Miss Helen II anniversary with open house at Rheney and Hilda, Clarice and:' Vara and Ann Rheney, Helen
the green and yellow color Livingston Willard Norman Leslie Dorrls Ada Dodson. Ma.
I I their home on Kings highway Hooker, Charlotte Geronimo,
scheme DUI ina dinner song were Dittert and Fred Fucht, Jr. from S to 6 o'clock Tuesday A vocal solo, "Carry Me Back I,ri* Bell Frances and Ruth Rut-
to Old Virginia", was given by,'land, John Ruehle Hubert Smith,
: MEMBERS STUDY MISSION TEXTBOOK LIVINGSTON MEMORIAL: Arthur Brandenburg. Frances, Frank Hausman and John McLean.
I PRESENTED O. E. S. CHAPTER Rutland played a piano solo,
t "Llebestraum", and Hubert
In memory of the Jate A. R. SOLDIERS ARE GUESTS
-- Livingston, past patron of Ad As played a cornet solo, "Addah I THANKSGIVING BOARD
} Members of Circle Four of the,\ Allies of the Church,* by Mrs tra Chapter of the O. E. S., a Bible Polka." John Polk gave the current -I AT
'I' VI M. U directed study of various . McConnelLThe given by Mrs. J. W. English, events. Group singing of,I Thirty Homestead families were
chapters of the mission book morning and afternoon set.I .. worthy matron was presented to patriotic tongs was accompaniedby hosts at Thanksgiving dinner yesterday -
"Pioneering with Christ In Chile" lions Hilda Dodson. evening to 60 soldiers! from
I were opened with prayer by the chapter at the regular meetingon
at the meeting Tuesday at Mrs. Pickard and Mrs. McCon.. Friday evening. The presentation Hubert Smith, president, pre-,I the Homestead army air base.' Th
the home of Mrs. W. T. McCon-I nelL A covered dish luncheon was was made by Mn. Angle sided at the brief business meet.. men were invited by two's. Requests
nell. The chapter on history was,sened. I for guests were handled
I Mank, past grand matron of Dis- Ing.Refreshments
directed by Mrs. Catherine Pick- Those present were: Mrs. Henry trict 29, and accepted by Chai. were served. 1 through the local schools.

I' ard; on "Religious and Social McMurria, Mrs. J. Lee Smith Mrs. Turner, worthy patron of the
Background", by Mrs. Arthur Julia Polk. Mrs. Pickard, Mrt.'T. chapter. ....., ci'n.o; 1t.U, mi tev ? *? ..aUUlI:'

( Smith; on "Evangelistic Pioneering D. Piche, Mn. T. C. Shackleford.Mrt. Plant were made for tending ai
7 i ," by Mrs. D. R. Snyder: on Howard Johnson Mrs' Arthur Thanksgiving box to the Masonic)
"Development of the Baptist Smith. Mrs. Ivey, Mrs. R. E. home at St. Petersburg. At the lack DIXIE DRUG Howard
Church and Auxiliary Organizations Edwards, Mrs. Snyder and Mrs. next meeting, Dec. 4, officers for Folk Jobases
," by Mrs. Gordon Ivey; on Rudolph Gossman.Mn. the new year will be elected.
Punch and cake were served.DOROTHW Posses 31 am list

4 MRS. HOODS IS HONOREDON Harold Stelnruch, treaiurer.
j Mrs. Esther Woods was given a members and arrangement for PARTY FOR FRIENDS f
I : surprise birthday dinner by the making shopping trips to Homestead A surprise party marking the
members of the W. S. C. S. of were discussed' at the business fifteenth birthday anniversary, of
.( Princeton. Methodist Church on meeting. Announcement was Miss Oulda Turner and Miss Mau.rln FULL QUART RlKWS PETROfOL
Wednesday evening Nov. 18 In the made of various home economics Houston was given by Miss
home of Mrs. Cora Lott on Farm. classes to be held upder the supervision Dorothy Kuhn Monday evening at TABLETS
life road. Many attractive and of Helen Whiting Fer- her home on East Campbell road. and too Amjea ASPIRIN

j useful gifts were Deceived. reyra, home mana ment super A' double birthday cake with You can buy this tasteless BOTH FOR
Quest were: Mr. and Mrs. John visor. pink and blue candles centered odorless lubricant that Isnonhabitforming
Murray Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Helium After the meeting, }Thanksgiving. the table. Games were played AND
the Rev. and Mrs. M. E. recipes were exchanged. and a record was made of the e
100 dependable quickacting -
Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Witten- Present jvert: Mrs. Lucille guests' voices.
wyler, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Smith, Blackmon, Mrs. Ruth Dixon Mrs. Besides hostess and honor guests Aspirin .
Mr. and Mrs. Denneaton Rivers Perry Norris, Mrs. Phelps, Mrt. I those present were ,Miss Madene
I Mr. and Mrs. H. Cross, Mrt. Edith Senykoff. Mrs. Grace Mean, Gilmer, Miss Latrell Waters, Miss
Mamie Bryant, Mrs. G. W. Drig.gees Mrs. Griffiths, Mrs. Teymeyer, Natalie Dlnltall, Miss Winona Williams -
Mrs. Mae Taylor, Mrs. Merle Mn. Odi Swann, Mn. Roona and Mils Helen Dent.
I Bryant, Mrs. S. Odum, Mrs. R. C. Hensley, Mrs Sttelnruch. Mrs. BobB. I OF M sNESI REY SELIZERiAEETS
Jackson and daughter Mrs. C. A., Battoe Mrt. Robert J. Donkln.Mrt. SYLVIA BARNES MARKS g MfiK TESTS Oakk Trick I Id
ChambliiM. Mrs. W O. Watkins Anton L. Ptarek, Mn. Le EIGHTH YEAR \\'ITlII'AaTY Ail TftE masutseta d fo IIIII'IIIIi
Mrs. A. W. 'McVlcker Mrs. J. D. pore, Mrs. Lucille Pruitt, Mn. Pete'I' Sylvia Barnes marked her eighth prdr'ct of U.S.P. For omfort ch es d
Ramsey Mrt Will Wood of Miami Allred Mrs: Kathryn Roach, Mrs. birthday anniversary with a party sable of Indulgsnee reteepi
Mrs. Earl Mitchell of New York, Sara Glaiex, Mn. Jerry Slellckl,' Sunday afternoon at'the home of tor your m only' aver s .
i II.... Lott Mrs. Wood and Staf. M.... Ferreyra and Miss Virginia her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Geo. ere 14 oL 3 Q rive.=f TASLEiS 3 _:
ford Bryant. Yttes. Barnes. ,
,, Games were played and after
w CAMP REDLAND WOMEN: JENNIE LIBDELL CIRCLE the gifts were opened, Ice cream
At the organization meeting of The study of the book. "OurTimes The guests were Emma Jan PADSAfter
," was completed by Jennie .Rivet, Jane Thurman Joyce En. ASTRINGENT TA AI
Redland Lobdtll Circle of the' W. sIt C & vela| and Maxine Walker. daytime cream clean
Edith Lepor was ele ed'prnl- a meeting held,.Tuesday nightat lop use this tingling astrin 'The modern, convenient
dent; M.... Ceo. E. Ptrfps.'l) vie- the home of l1 s. O. Sewell (Field, M.... George Barnes Mrs.A gent to refresh your -akin.You'll -war to I
and refresh
president; Mrs. Constance Tey- Palmer. M. Logan, Mrs. Earl PacettI Mrs. love Its glowing effect. clean skin. Used
meyer, second vice-president; M.... Those present besides the hat Olin Wright Mrs. B. M. Hindman, -'and seas during tendency summer t* lessen westner.eilt- your women
Blanche Griffiths secretary; and and hosttess were: Mrs. Lloyd Mrs. Chipley and Miss LobdelL v rj>her v

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OLLIS HAT re COMFORT ........+e N ass h HaSldDl
for Typewriters, Adding Machinesand ... + lee Cream Had Dally tsi oar
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AA.W.a piss lIS Cask Registers I s / "nK' + 6w store

BOB FALUGAXT ... . nm ss KM*. I
Venetian Skating Rink ... .atr ," .. ,
Cat Leadtr-EntcrsflM r411 II tIMlt' : : ,11'0" 11011 It v t A
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,Block Leaders Receive 'Training :Migrant Workers

1- In Rules of Meat Rationing Plan I Assured-of Gasoline: CLASSIFIED ADS I

-_ Jacksonville, Nov. 2*-Migratory

I.,', District leaders of the block plan':will show the registrant's county,) workers, Including farm laborers RATE: First Insertion KM a line; subsequent

Zone One met Wednesday afternoon who move with the harvest from 14 UM J
In :community[ and name, by a number I.
one part of the country to another,
In the auditorium of Neva,I and letter system filed at i iI
need have no fear of being I
Cooper School to
King receive, headquarters
'I on a permanent master stranded FOR 8 INCH bj 4 Inch Barnes
training In preparation for the sheet | away from home because I RENT Irrigating -

drive of Nov. SO-Dec. 5 to acquaint I After successful completion of of the gasoline rationing Rubber pump. 1,000 gaL per mint
"Czar" William M. Jeffers ute Dl.rectconnected to 4 cyL
has announced 3-ROOM house, partly furnished.
and this
every man woman project, block leaders will I
child with. rules of the meat ra. I tackle the government-requested according to the Florida Adam Ennia, near Seaboard station. Le Rol engine. One Caterpillar

tionlng plan.Essential survey of the aged and Infirm. State Chamber of Commerce. (pn27) "13' traitor, new tracks. Brooks
I Those now away from home who Inc. phone 78-R. (n-U)
rationing Information
I decide to stay In areas where they HOME with land suitable for raising
was given which will be passed ROSES-10 for $100.- end only
Mrs. Bow Has Article are employed will be entitled both chfckens. $22 month, Benjamin -
'on to every home In the district : $1 for 10 EVERBLOOMiNG 2.. .
to gas rations needed to Warren Morris. n20)
on I
In National MagazineAn carry
by the "grapevine" of the year field grown plants Shipped
their work and to get back to
block plan. Mrs Sidney L. Wein..Itraub freshly dug GUARANTEED to
BEDROOM for two .
their home towns when the Job Is one or persons
Dade County chairman ofd article "From the Editor'*, done, Jeffers said He emphasized m N. Krome ave. reach you In planting condi

the plan, and Mrs. Edward Wright. Slant" by Lily Lawrence Bow that workers on farm and wart 1 (nlStf tion. Other bargain offers Free

3d, deputy were in charge of Homestead pioneer who is now roses described In our free fold..
construction: projects rank as e..j 1
Wednesday's meeting FOR SALE er-Send Want loads of
living In Houston, Tex, was presented sential workers and can use the, or RENT: 20 acres now

The set-up of Zone One second; last month In the nation- rubber they need. glade land, one mile east of cut flowers Then plant TYLER

in the county to be organized Is ally distributed American Poetry highway and 40 acres south of rotes-/end $1 NOW,! TYTEX

being perfected under the dt- Journal. ?..yTTTrfTWTWTT..?wwwwwww..1 I Florida City canal. O. B. Parker ROSE NURSERIES. BOX 532

section of Mrs' J. F. Hamme't,1 Mrs. Bow editor of "Cycle TROOP 25 BOY SCOUTS I i Alpine Grove Dairy. (n6-13) TYLER TEXAS.

tone leader. The area Is being, a poetry magazine! started the
NICE clean lime trades 30c earls
divided into ten sectors each of, Homestead city library which I FOR SALETO
In lots of 50 Or more Mrs C.
which will have a leader assistant now bears her name.CHURCH .
W. Camp Bauer drive. Phone
leaders and block leaders The weekly meeting was held SETTLE ESTATE OFFER 3

This last group is the Important .1 Monday night at 7:30: In Legion HOUSES IN HOMESTEAD.: 882-M-2 (slltf)

connecting link between govern- NOTICES I hall. We played several games. i ,
... .
... 1I i LOST
ment agencies and indivldunl .1.1I We had two new scouts at the I 164 N. W. First Ave 2100.00 .
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homes for delivery and reception meeting and wish to have more. 1r I
,Sunday evening at the Metho-r STRAYED Chest W gcltllng
of essential information Mrs. All boys Interested In 402 N. W. First Ave 2500.00 ,
diet Church Dr. A. M. Vivien will j) scouting are horse. Please notify C J Pur
Hammett said yesterday. preach on the question "Why urged to come. !
I 702 N. Krome Axe $3.600.00St. man. Phone M ar J60(
Assistant zone leaders helping Does Not God Stop the War'' I I There will be a Flying Eagle

Mrs Hammett organize the area _____ I-Patrol meeting at the home of WANTEDWANT
I I your or write or
are: Mrs. A. E. Paul of : Patrol Leader
Homestead The hour for the Sunday eve- I ; Leroy Fitzhugh phone Joseph Blacker, 811 Na

Mrs Roy Chandler of Florida ping service of the Homestead ;Friday evening at 6.30. j varre A\e, Coral Gables Phono to buy Homestead homeat

City and Mrs W. W. Bethea of i I Church of Christ has been changed I Miami 4-3194. (pd4) once $500 cash $2} a month.

Princeton.As ; :from 8 o'clock to 7:30.: Phone 5 tI-J. (n27)

soon as the meat rationing Sermon topics announced by 3 horsepower Fairbanks Morse

program Is completed block'Thos J. Hunton. minister, are TOP THAI gasoline engine, large centrlfu. AT dairy married mini to work

leaders will begin the registration '"Words Easy to Understand' for gal pump 1,100 gallon cypress and live on farm. Comfortablehouse

of every man, woman and 'the morning hour and "The Gospel tank Box A-134, Leader-Enter. furnished O B. Parker

child In Dade County for Identi. :I Re stated' for the evening servIce Prize (n20)2BURNER Alpine Grove Dairy. n3-20))

ficatlon tag dlstribut'on! These i I The public Is cordially In. 1 X
WANTED to buy-3 rowboats In
fire-proof, water-resistant tags vlted to attend .( electric stove oven,
ARS good condition, $10 each South
: $5.00. Mrs. Eva Collins, Mo-
Dade Farms Inc. (nt(!)
dello, Biscayne drive and ttd-

I Hc1\iEST.EAD. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES eral highway (n3tf) ,I SECOND-HAND condition. Write bicycle or see In Capt.good

. . . . . . . . . . . . .i i 'DETROLA camera, case sunshadeand R. H. Martin. army air base
BUY WAR BONDS I filter Camera
has fastF
Girls' Glee Club Makes I BAND PERSONALITIES 3.5 lens and shutter speedfrom I i headquarters bId,., Homestead.

\' Its Initial Appearance Name .. Hilda Dodson II I time to 1-200 second. Ex-i 1 TUTORING WANTED high

Date of birth. July 20, 1925 j II I cellent condition.I Reasonably I"I school and grade school subjects.

The Girls' Glee Club made Its .place of birth. Homestead' IN TUB CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT op TIlIIELEVIINTH 0''LORIDA. priced for person wanting good 1 I j! Mrs. H. J Armstrong A. B,

first appearance this year at the Schools attended Homestead IN ANn FOR DADS COUNTY camera. Apply Leader Enterprise -]i Plummer drive and Country

H. H. S. assembly program given Class ..ltnlor''!I In N.Chancery 7.101-A 14 N. W. Third st. o23tf) j i 1! Club road

I Friday by the music department. Offices held . .-. ?1 HILL TO FORECLOSE NOTICE OF APPLICATION

\ They presented "Rain and the .. second It. of Homestead band]I CITYT"ox BALE HOMESTLAD CERTIFICATE. a ..unkipl'corporation NOTICE FOR or TAX APPLICATION DEED. I'I FOR 11461Arlo TAX DKhllChapter of IMS

j River by Fox, and were followed Instrument _. .. trombone'' of the Slate of Florida. Plaintiff >/lk> StM7 File/ A.IMSF
.... THEODORUS BAILEY at aL. le i Notice la hereby Aiwa that NanhallWUIIeimon 1 NOTICE III HEREBY GIVEN that' Mosel
r by the band with "Olympla Overture Favorite classical selection Tschal.kowsky's . holder .. w// ... of ... "
|I fandanta i I. Chi of Mann. holder of II. and <"'unly Tag
". I "Piano Concerto in NOTICE OF MABTIR BALE I II I Mouth Mom Tan ....\1,..... Nninhered ... Certificate No. MI7 toned the Ilk day ol
Group singing of patriotic and Bj I|I Notice la hereby .1... that under and I dated. the th day of June. A. D. KM. has I II July. A. D 117 baa filed aame I. my
Flat Minor". I i Iby, authority" of the Final terra ofForecloawra IM. Hid Certificate In my offkv and hu office and hal made aupllcatk foe n tag
popular songs was led by Mrs. W. Favorite _. Beethoven rendered by the Honorable. 1 made application for tan deed ta have deed to be loued thereon. HaM Certlflealo:
composer ,, Paul D. Barn., on* of the Judna of thai I thereon In accordance with law told embraces the following described property
B. Mills with Hilda Dodson u Favorite March"Washington I'9&t"l, Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial 1 Certificate etnbracea the. following deaeribed I, In the County of Dada male of rh......
ompansti4; Especially enjoyed Favorite orchestra leader 'I Circuit of Florida, ,la and for Dad. County I property. .1\..... !I. 0...> County wish t
Florid*. In that ertaln oaua In Mid Florid, towlliIx I Lot I. Block t. Hew Gardcna, a
was the round, "I've Got Spurs",1in . ...Guy Lombardo Court pending In which City of H .I M Block *. ....kll. SuM. Plat Subd. Hat Book I. Page I. In the
which Mrs. Mills was assisted I|',Mead, a municipal corporation of Book S. ran ... In the CUt of North County of Dade. State of Fk rida.
Favorite patriotic song . BUM of .... ..., MI... at .
Florida U .1.1. and th.l, County lteK Stale of FlurlTk The ao.mmrnt of sold Pr w'ny under
by Miss Virginia Stewart and, .. .. "Anchors Aweigh"i i,dorua Bailey. .. aL art ..t........ I dL the said aerUflral ... In the name ..
Coach Rudolph Cowman. I,Special II..... In Chancery appointed aamement of aged property under Unknown.
Favorite popular song...._ . ... the Court In Now decree. under and by the Cenlllraw Wad w.. In the nan of Unless Mid certificateahall. be redeeme.
I "When the Lights Go On Again")i Victor term thereof will offer I K. of P. Lode redl. Unlrea said according to law the property dcecrlhedtherela
OBSERVETHANKSGIVING far Ode"on--sell (t public; outcry to the Certificate .hall he r.d..nnd according to will ha said to the klghe.1"
'I :p'.......t and beet bidder for .ooh at the 1 I.... tea deed will !...( therm on the the Court Houa door on th* oralMonday
A short play "T for Thanksgiving LEGAL NOTICESFecerleaura front of the City Hall In the City di j 4lh day .0 Derembri'. A. D. IMS In the month of December IVt..,
was presented by Mrs. Hanv 5d. Hade County, Florida, on Mon.1' Surd this STth day of OrUbcr. A. D which la the tth day of December. .....
Iday 7th day of December. A. D 1141. Dated this Sod day of Noveml r ltl
Cooper's fourth grade at the NOTICE OF SALE i II.4I I between the hour of elrren (.clock. K B. EATHKRMAN. I i E: B. IFATHrKMAM.:; ,
of H.wwd
Thanksgiving'program of the elementary I City Tot Certificate |A. M.. and two clock. F M. the name! Clerk of ClrcuH Clerk of Circuit Court.
being legal talM) I Dad : I Ct......
,. n day' lad the' hour the County Dad n..1dotCI..1t
school Wednesday morn. vnd.r the Lee of a final decree In i ten hour, of aale the: following described 'Circuit. Court ...1. eo.1 I Court Heal
the Circuit More of Dade County. Flor-
Ing. I property, situate In Dad County I II ar I. K. NRKF.R. I By N. C. iTFRRFTT O C.
j 1 I lid.. a Special Maitey will aril at publicmet. toowk r1t FIorId.// 10et. 10. N... .. Is. $0. n. ...11 i 1)I, II to I'. IV4II
Janet Cooper recited from memory to the hltheet Udder for eaek'clork'on !i I'I e. Blk I and ,.... 14. I -- -
Monday. December 1. 1049. nt II ROYAL PALM
the 100th Psalm, and readings A. M. at the front door of Uw CITY 17
were given by Jenny Lou Davis HALL Hmiratead Florida Uw follow. L QUICK
ins described lout
DITION. Pint Book <.
Mary Ann Vandenburg and Ren 4. pare 16
Lot a Illock I. and Lot 14. Block Lot SI. Blk I. COMMERCE ADDI I
Hooker. ROYAL PALM ADDITION flat Book TION. Pint Book 1.1.... 71x4 ot ihattered plate glass doors
pan 17' I, Rlk 10 TOWN OF HOME. I
I r1 and windows I. alllured
I "d 4 Block 5. BARBER AD. ITEAD Plat Rook 4. pan I*. I
Led by Drum Major John i DITION Plat Book <. none 21 I Lola I. 4. I and I. M P. WALK they are covered by one of our
Hodges, members of the Homestead Plat Bonk I. pan '7. 9, pan strong Insurance polities Full I
Lot I. Sleek. 10 TOWS Or HOME- Is provided at lowest
band I Lx4a T and I. R L. MORSE ADDI. L Indemnity
elementary staged STEAD Plat I took 4 fan 9a TION Pint I Rook 1. pan 141 I
their first drill with instrument 1 Lola t. 4: I and S: M: P. WALKER i L ADDITION Plat Bank t. ran $4. I ADDITION. Plat Book I. pan 71 1 with a superior service that
Friday. The band paraded around LcH T and S. R. L. HOSIER ADDI. : Lam IS and IS BEVILLA ADDITION financial
the block, playing the "Marines 1 TION Plat Book I. pan 14iLot. Plat Book S. pan 121 safeguards you from
Hymn. II II and 84. J. ;J. FREER AD.I Lota II IS and 17 8EVILLA AD- loss Rates and other Informa-
I I DITION Plat Pmk I pan 7a I MTION. Pint' Book II, pan 40. ''
SEV1I.LA 'I tion on request.EDWARD .
Lot. II and K. ADDITION. The said property a. iforeuld together
". Plat Book *. pan 121i i with .11 the tenement, kcrcdltamente and
i Late II. M sod 17 VILLA: ADDI. ........_, thcreunt belong-In' ; a* is'1
GLASSES TION. Plat Hook II pan 4<1. j any wHe appertaining' aim old to at- I
T>>l. sal. will be abject to It4t City' We Mid decree i, STILING ,
ft ""........ t.... and (:.".," Slaw Dated thin It* day of Norcmber. A. D. I Asest for America Alliance
To and Coanty tue.. dclnlla of which mir S4S. ,
Keep be hU at the Clerk. office and. to U' GEORGE CHTRTKOF ia..rass c. REALTOR
Wide. ...r...... (I the Jln. of ..1.. 1 special Maataf to Ckannry' ::1, I Phone Ml-J Florida City Fla.
Awake R. 3 EDwARUe.C71y i,IRA C, HAYCOCK I I Ilolkltor
Clerk and T.. Qdl.ctee.Now. I t<* ComplahianLNoe. <

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J.We J. Prices Here Never to Low-Plenty ef Goo Valacs
Do.ea4 ...... a"isorw .
skew .w M ........, 5'-- tog
.,.. iMfeW ....... ainMsir. d.Al scrap 'ess for the war effort yea get cacti ). your r ';--H.: A. CAMERONREAL

pocket Steel the satlsfactlesi .ef cntribnuhx a slap. at a.Jap I

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Plane '-2115f Directly .1. TtMUmf red ''Tel M* 78 .CsUbHW4 intFrfdayNovember2'1.1942
8. Kmoe Awee-rVsrUa City UM BonnUadl Fla. i .

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EfjrJit> HOMESTEAD LRA t)ER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, November 27, 1942
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1940 ______ 15.70e.77 Farmers Mar Appeaf
TRUCK OWNERS Homestead Art Club Presents Work Closed Bank of Homestead :
Truck Gasoline Ration
Of Eleven in National Art Week Exhibit certificates_ (17.75
Real and personal property -
no _.._.__. ........ W.eiMa Farmers allowed Insufficientgas
by their certificates of war
The work of eleven local art js a radiant bit of sea life paintedby _
APPLICATIONS Phyllis Parisian Elchenberger. Total "..n___.___ $8 2 necessity, may through the county
enthusiast If displayed this week
agent's office appeal for supplemental
Much admired is "Butterfly
In the National Art Week exhibitof Liabilities I motor fuel to L D. Chandler .
Blossoms", I water color by the
Accounts payable.. ._. f 7(974 chairman of Dade County farm
the Homestead Art Club In the
Even If they have received their flower painter, Helen Hall Ther-,
,Notes PIY.I I....__.. ._ 19S74 transportation committee. ODT
certificates of war necessity, truck windows of the Homestead fur- kitdson (Mrs. W. F. Therklldson). --
:Past due bonds and ec- appeal forms will be available
owners must make new application Co. Most of the pictures Nearby Is a small but striking
j crued Interest ._ 2.88(68 there as rapidly as they art released *
for Dec. I water color landscape painted by! -
at the
gasoline by are new and none hat been exhibited {Surplus ..__ .... . ,82,504,26 from ODT headquarters,
local rationing board it was announced : her sister Miss Elizabeth S. MalL Chas. H.
before. Steffanl county agent,
Wednesday by A. L I Mrs. Maud E. Chandler Is chow, A water color that fairlysparkles Total .. .. . . .. $86,31742 said yesterday.The .
Meybem, secretary.: This It neeeeaery it Mrs. Frank Skill'spainting local rationing board It
he explained, because the tropi-cal I of a heavily laden sprayof Following are excerpts from the authorized to Issue motor fuel'permtti
government la twitching from Scoupons antldesma, a little known examiner's report:
mingos, tropic waters, palms. and to persons completely oat of
to T coupon tot truck flowers though beautiful tropical fruit. i 'Records' : The only books covering gasoline, Mr. Steffanl said,, and

use.Dee. I Mrs. E L Stream shows three Richness and depth of coloring the audit period art a cash such amounts will be deducted at
I Is the deadline for obtaining characterize a small oil fainting cash disbursement later date from
works in oil a hibiscus study, a receipt book a a the fuel alowance ) -
fuel oil ration books, Meybcm small memory picture of her old of red hibiscus bossoms In a blue book mayor's court docket, and specified by their certificatesof
said. After that date home and a large memory pictureof vase, the work of Mrs. Skill's: the tax roll book. Statements war necessity.
kerosene or other fuel can be pure'' daughter, Elisabeth: Skill Gentner. made and
a market in Juarez Mexico. are up monthly annually
chased without delivery of ration The Rev. Robert H. Spear Is I Beautiful clear color distinguishes on sheets of paper. These uso I
stamp? Application blanks are represented by I tropic beach Mrs. Frank Webb's entry statements are not complete inthat

available at the local office. scene of rich color and a landscape an unfinished study of amaryllis they show no capital accounts

both In oil. I blossoms In a yellow vase. such as tax certificates on (Continued from Page One)
TELEGRAMContinued Mrs. Jesse Cossman shows two Only one portrait Is shown, that hand, no schedule of real and personal possibly in time will cater to at

pleasing water color landscapes, of Mrs. Chandler, painted by Mrs. i property, bonds outstanding many u 10,000 men, it was learned i
both woodland views. Ben Archer while the model also etc. However, the town clerk, Wednesday. ;
y ( Page One) At the north end of the exhibit was at work at her easet I II Mrs. Myers, showed a willingness The Chamber of Commerce I

Bahama Islands for use that sap I to adopt a double entry and purchased building, described by USO bffl. i

ply as reserve always predicatedthat durtkm food production: program the necessary form and dale at an Ideal et-up for: the i
labor from domestic sources this area. I AUDIT REVEALS I I binders at a nominal price. Your center,'will be renovated and Im.proved. .
and foreign be treated, paid IdenU ? I i auditors instructed her In the Among recreational' facilities
"My industry has been Improperly -
Iran* ..m.. (Continued from Page' One 'procedure to be followed and she planned for are pine pong,'
"Newspaper states two unnamed considered, Improperly handled the audit" Mrs. Myers has been'hat posted .U the October business pool,., bowling, daftcea;, variety
kicked about by bureaus and
: labor leaden Intervened. Apparently departments In Washington who town clerk sine int. in the new system. If kept shows and plays. A library, photography -
their advice consultations Ordered by GOT. Spessard Holland -I up and I believe it'will be, it shop and extra facilitiesfor
either care nothing for facts ,
, accepted when Industry itself aM who listen to those who do not In response to the petition will at all times show any information ,boys interested In various
consulted. This situation terrible. circulated Oben.ham the desired. Statementscan crafts also are planned.It .
by ,
know and art tired 'of this
we '
i Confirms minds opinion my Industry situation. was begun Sept. 20 by three examiners be quickly prepared and audits is possible that a USO mobile
that labor is running the from the comptroller's should cost much lest. unit will be stationed here to

show In Washington regardless of "We refuse become party to office After the first weekthework "Cash: During the 14 yean and serve the local station u well,at

effect on Industry or war effort wasteful uneconomic program and was carried on by Mr. Mad)- nine months covering the audit station on the Keys, according to
Including food production. How we are now going to tell government reports made Wednesday
San and C. B. Parker. period, many thousands of receiptswere
could an Industry this site be what we will do Instead of
During the period of the audit, issued and checks drawn.
treated this manner with our nation their telling us foolish things to from Jan. I, 182', to Sept. 30. 11143, Each of these were checked
do. We will not
attempt plant
at warT cash collections, plus the S341S6balanct against the receipt and disburse-1
"I demand who are those two crops without labor supply. We on hand, amounted to I! ment cash books, and at the first, (
labor leaders. I charge labor will not attempt use unsatisfactory 72550.81, according to the report.I)trial the total disbursements subtracted .fir
Puerto Rican labor who
tenders In Washington cannot Cash disbursements of $72,08288 from the total cash
know economic problems' correct)speak foreign language."We left a balance of $48783 which ceipt figure balanced to t r--I
answer. Same of vegetable Industry will use labor from domestic tallied with cash In the bank and This it tobe commended
and they either Ignorant br so United States when willing, on hand. All statements were checked]

Inconsiderate of food production able workers be supplied us and Following is the financial state through the two banks coveringthe :t
during this war time that they use Bahama Island labor for reserve > ment as of Sept. SO, 1942: period and the bank statement -
Insist labor policies be forced up- so when we plant crops we reconciled O. K. 'I

on vegetable Industry regardlessIts ,will at least know that we will, Assets "Real and Property:
economic effect. I charge this not be throwing away money, Cash In bank (general Schedule Four is an Inventory of'' UalEnacttfrpt"Old

la not patriotism but worst form creating great waste and leave fund) ..... _.__ .... nn' 48031 all property owned by the town.. efsiWlrawwrssaMS-
of greedy, unpatriotic attitude and out* crops unharvested In the Cash on hand (general The largest Item is streets, park I .rr so ages aw

attitude this kind can lose war fields fund) __...._ 763 ways, trees, shrubbery, S48(00 rasp isw w"Who-bad stases
will selfish interests placed above, "As con.ulIanlOur commission, Cash on hand (fine and approximately the same figure as .. In 0"see" ofh1ioMo. @wep

food production to feed our people If above is wrong attitude and forfeiture fund132.99 shown In the 1927 adult report. .,*aaadaoaaaa roe gases
and my boy and other boll now you want to discharge me pleasedo Tax certificates held by However these palms and shrubs,

fighting for this country. so publicly and attach to such the town. .. .._. .___ I.74SM over 700 In number, are probably
"Economic situation Impersonally Uncollected taxes 1834.ora Mom. -.. _
discharge copy of this telegramaa worth several thousands of dollars -
viewed demands sufficient reason for such discharge. I more. If they had to be replacedin
labor willing work wages farmer have courage to tell you and un- ., this ares Friday night the same size. They are well
can afford to pay be supplied or as known labor leaders when you are open forum discuss this situation. cared for as shown In the recordsof

leader farm labor situation South wrong and in this you are definitely "Please wire what I may say to the purchasing and placing ef WANT ADS PAV: 1
Florida I say any farmer who wrong. Mass meeting them." fertilizer."
plants another seed In the pound ----- ,
la foolish and adding to situation! 1i
which can only end In disaster I

i unless this program solved. i
"Many stories wrong or untrue I
have been told about labor situation .

here. I demand opportunity REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS i
present facts, plead this ease be I
fore your commission as representing
industry, at least be given
tame consideration labor leaders
were given. If labor supply not
assured my Industry can only cur .

tall planting operations as labor :' : .;

It found which means drastic re. / !

.w Consult us about your fertilizer requirements ,


EXPERT v: for the coming year. ; (;


BARBERING :' Due to government regulation and short- . . .' .

BaJresjt.have _,-._ III of materials will be able .
i ( __ lie : ages several we not to ":

DAN*" (lain)_ Us make ALL of mixtures. But will .. .
Shanpee (Medicated)*,.-_ 110 our regular we ,

.tag. ISo

Facial: Ise do our best to supply as .near as possible what. ,

Facial he 756
."t\I' :
0-........ hcIIaI- you will need. '

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MastMfceTrtsaBUSH'S_ I" ,

BarberShop Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co..

On\ City Ball Telephone 16 FRANK R. RUE, Manager Homestead Fla.Pare .