Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: September 5, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00506
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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iVoL 30-No. 35 Homestead, Florida Friday September 5, 1941 Price I 5 Cents





I HIGH SCHOOLS. OPEN THURSDAYTwo I








I $12,000 Buildings 'REGISTRATION SEPT. 1M2: ;





.. ._ Seen- for Welding Classes i ELEMENTARY GRADES BEGIN.



SCHOOLS ''Bleier Selected to Fill New Position MKONMONDAYISEPT.15Goulds !


BOTH Of County Physical Ed. Supervisor

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IN PLANS FOR Theo 3, Bleier, for six yean The local Junior high basketball Girl is ChargeOf Art Dropped From Curric-

physical education director and team has won the Dade County Defense RecreationMiss ula : No Change in
Class B. championship for three
athletic coach at Homestead High successive Grade Teachers

School, was promoted Wednesdayto More years Elizabeth Bush, daughter of
Important than
the spectacular
DEFENSE NEED a newly-created position of accomplishments of his varsity E. T Bush of Goulds, resigned rwo LOCAL GIRLS ARE

county supervisor of health and teams however Is the program Saturday as director of recreation ADDED TO FACULTIESMiss

physical education by the Dade of Intramural athletics] which at Moore Park In Miami to acceptthe

900 Welders Said Wanted County school board has been inaugurated In the Homestead position of divisional directorof Sue Robinson to Red-
schools under Bleier s regime defense recreation for the east
at Shipyard in Tam This announcement was made Under the intramural plan, prac- coast of Florida Her territory land, Miss Allie Ferguson -

yesterday morning in Homestead tically every child In the school extends from Vero Beach and HereThe

pa Alone by Chas G. Turner, who represents (Chas an opportunity to take part In Okeechobee to Key West I
'a wide variety of games and contests back-to-school;: ;
South Dade on the board, of Miss Bush attended Redland movement
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1ELECTRICOUTFITSFORAGSHOPATHHS which he Is chairman I High School and was graduated for children of the Redland District -
I New physical education
Homestead High School has been adopted by the Dade requirements County- from Florida State College for will begin next week when

outstanding in sports and physij j school board require every ele- Women with a degree in physical pupils will be registered at Homestead -
i 1 educatioo She is a niece of Mrs
Instruction to Be Resumed
cal education under Mr. Bleier s 1 mentary pupil to take 30 minutes Nellie A Bush of Goulds secretary High School and Rcdlund

With Appointment of coaching His basketball teams of physical education per day Pupils of Dade Count chanties High School on Thursday and Friday .
of Grades 7
TeacherTwo have won 80 out of 108 games they through 9 must Sept 11 and 12. CI.u1"rk ;
New
; take 50 minutes ,
per day and
played during the last four years |i
in the two
Grades 10 high schools will tart
through 12, 50
In 1938-39 the H. H. S. team minutesthree
won
| WALKER\ AWARDOF \
$12,000 buildings to house 23 out of its schedule of 26 games I times a week Only a dostot's on Monday Sept. 15, when the

classrooms and shops 'for defenselasted -I Last year's basketball tefmTwon certificate stating that It is unsafe I first full-day session will be ',icld

welding schools are projected ' IT out of 23 games' played and I for will a excuse pupil to him take from the exercises them. P. 0. LEASEIS Registration and clau work for
went into the iemi-fnal! of the
pupils of the elementary ,des
for the Redland District- These gi
state tournament at Gainesville: , requirements, however, 1
one at Homestead High School and I will not effect much change in the CONFIRMED will be held on !Monday, Sept. 15,

the other at Redland High School I i physical education program of the :. (with a full-day session scheduled

The buildings would be con F.E.C. TO PERMIT Homestead schools, because suniiar I II I I No changes in faculty if ether j
,I requirements have been in force I Postmaster S E. ingston was
structed with county agricultural 1 I Homestead or Redland clcmei tory
i here for more than five years. I I notified
Tuesday that the proposal]
funds and placed under the supervision SHUFFLEBOARDCOURTSJNPARK 1 Mr. Bleier only recently returned schools will be made PI e8f'n' indications

of the vocational agricul- from Nashville where he received 'iOf M r Walker to construct a are that neither H .,me-

ture department. Each building the degree of master of arts in I I building! to meet requirement ofI stead nor Redland will have ,4" art
physical education from Peabody. the Homestead post office had been
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would be 36 by 70 feet teacher this jear
He received his bachelors degree [ approved and Mr Walker wouldbe
Classes] in electric and gas weldIng ] i from the University of Miami In At Homestead High School die
have been conducted In Homestead The Florida] East Coast Railway I 1 11930. He came to Miami from awarded a 10->ear lease upon Allie Ferguson daughter of the

as a defense project under Co. has no objection to the con- I Appleton, Wis completion of the building Rev and :Mrs T. A. Ferguson, nf

the supervision of the vocational struction of shuffleboard courts In.Legion .i The state department of education i| The building will be con.tructt'dI I Homestead, has been appointed as
has recognized Homestead's I on a corner location, with S.
Park, which Is leased to ,
agriculture department of the ,1 (Continued home economics teacher to tnk' the
on Page Three) .First E'I I
the the railrod for $1.00 [ avenue for its eastern of Mrs Webb.
school At present classes havebeen city by a place Gladys resigned -
year age and what Is known as B ck. 1 Miss Virginia Stewart
suspended pending the appointment ONFIFTHI with will teach the Spanish and English
street as a southwestern :! /
of a new instructor Up This was mad known at a meetIng FIGHT ,1 frontage Beckwith street angles!classes formerly taught by Mrs

to now the classes have been held of the city council Tuesday 'Wm. Gee, who has been giant d a

In a commercial welding] shop but night when a letter from the rail- ,I COLUMN SEEN AS : across from South Krome avenue .years leave of absence

Arrangements have been made to road company to the secretary of to S. E. First avenue, about JOOJ j i The appointment nr The J

install four welding machines in I the chamber or commerce was I feet from the Western Union Telegraph Dieter as county supenlsoi of
DEFENSE TASK
the vocational agriculture shop at read. office The rear wall of physical education leave the position

Homestead High School. Council President J. O. Wynn I I 'the new post office building will of boys' physical education

One welding class is taught appointed Councilmen W. R. Bird, i "We are facing-today the anv ''be within six feet of the, east end director at H H S vacant .nd
three hours night while another Henry Brooker, Jr. and Benj. W. also makes It necessary to selecta
I problems England faced: ,before osttillties of the Ford garage building The successor to Mrs Bleier, senior
is taught six hours a night Morris to work with the chamberof
I began over there and we I new location will be within 200 high school English Instructor who
Geo, N, Wakefield, 'Instructor of commerce In securing funds to
vocational agriculture at Homestead carry out Its recreational projectin { have learned much from her in '!feet of the present location. I II Iia resigning from the Dade County
|preparing! our national defense
High School, said yesterdaythat Legion Park. I The teaching corps
lease the
on
declared James N Hoffman cha: present quarter -
r- i I of the
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Following a meeting (l'Ua. I
900 welders are needed for Bids were received and openedfor '
I{man of the morale committee of expires Oct 31. It was slid tees of Redland school last night,
construction in boat the needs in
supplying city's
hip yards at ,
the Dade County Defense Council. ,at the Walker home last night that !lit was Indicated that Miss Pdl.I' -
Tampa alone,. Hence, the intensive gasoline and lubricating! oils and
speaking to the Redland D.atrict Sue Robinson, of Dr.
effort to' train welders under referred to a committee for tabulation erection of'the new building by I'cllla daughter
Lions Club Tuesday night. I and Mrs Carl F Robinson of Rod-
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'the defense proarllm.In that time would be Impossible because *
"The' economic and physical welfare land, would be education j
i girls' physical
addition to the welding machines A permit for erection of an $800 of the shortage of materials I
of
our country will survive Instructor the first llc-
a medal lathe will be Installed addition to the packing house of
'Co. only If every Individual fives his It was not stated when construction I censed Instructor In this dep..rt-
Parman-Lehman
In the vocational agriculture the Packing
whole-hearted support to national would begin (Continued on Page Three)
and Permits for
assortment granted repairs
shop a complete was "
defense, said Mr. Hoffman. "Tht
of mechanic's tools will be to various buildings were granted
civilian has bur.
population a great
supplied In the aggregate amount of $2,250 den to shoulder In modem warfare Road Patrol to Give Driving Tests

and w* In south Florida are especially 'I

II' Pan-American Clubs in Schools Here to dependent other sections on maintainingaccess of the I Today and Saturday for 1912 Licenses

Rote Good Will country As an example, milk Is --
Suggested as ProjectEstablishment the only product of which we First driving tests of applicants of Justice of the Peace Sid. U

have a year-round supply. for 1942 drivers' licenses will be Kendrick Odd Fellows Hall building -

of Pan-American history, customs and economics of 'More' than 100 units in the coun- made In Homestead today and tomorrow or at the American LegionAuto !

clubs In Homestead and Redland the 21 Latin-American countriesand ty defense system are functioning between 12 noon and 7 fm. Tag Agency Krome, Legion, build- !
high schools under the sponsorship Canada: Acordlngly, member but there remains I vast amountof Ing, South avenue
The tests do not have to betaken
of the Homestead Rotary Club was ship In the club would: be limitedto work to be done Driving tests will be given by
suggested in a talk made to the 22 students chosen for their "Aside from actual Invasion, by holders of 1941 drivers' I state highway patrolmen who will

club by Geo. C EstUi. chairman of scholarship, outstanding citizenshipand there are the menaces of sabotageand licenses who are applying] for re I be stationed at Legion Hall. The ,

the international service committeeof leadership ability. Each member espionage which we must ever newal. The IM1 licenses expire testing will be duos on South

the Miami Rotary Club. would be assigned one of the be on the alert to discover and Oct. 31.The Krome avenue from the Legion

The purpose of the clubs would I 22 countries to study and reporton stamp. out," concluded the speaker 1942 drivers' licenses maybe building to Palm avenue In F or- ..

be to promote knowledge of the at meetings of the club. applied for either at the office Ida City.



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Pate Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday September b.1941


that air can circulate between for a sardine sandwich I Imported 25 cents." l'
$''III'EI'fl! lhIIiIUIIiIIiiIIIihIUIIIIIIIiI! them "Would you like the domesticor I "The domestic please. why

Put the largest log In the back Imported" ..aldh.. waiter. should I pay their Tare ov'

20 Years Ago !; and roll it forward when It Is t "The domestic are 15 cents, the I Wolf Magazine of Letters. If

SOUTHERN4' burning brightly replacing it with
another Pile smaller logs in front I -7]
Imllllllllllllllllllllli 1111I111I IIIIIIIIIII: ! I with small sticks sandwiched between -i,
,
.
,. If logs are perfectly smooth
.
TIM Mtevhi tlnu .N ffetfa .... .- II -_ ...-' _._.. .-.... APPLY FOR YOURI"
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'.. fib* .* .... Y..w.ta1..r1..r.11.l1.d ."/ - .M. .. ..' ... and straight hold them apart with
M.r. II. lest ..-.._-. ...-. ..-_,_ too small pieces of wood. Ignite the
Y ua..1a a.._ ..down" I __ __ .....
Ort. If, IMI. wllk M>* seem- wood by placing a wad of excelsior
mind w- I or a lightly wadded piece of

If'". I. IUL TACKLE SAVER newspaper where the flames will 1942
Hooks and artificial baits by the pass up through the piled wood.
-"Th. election on Tuesday I well-sea-
dry
Always try to use
thousands are lost by becoming
when selected to
trustees were care loned wood. j I
for the affairs of the Homestead- snagged on submerged logs and

Florida City school district, was'other debris. AI. tackle saver About States

quiet, and a fine vote was polled,land, i cuss preventer, we've found 1. What Riddles state Hks never beer:|, Driver's License i
many being cast by women. Ai the effective ,
following : Fatten a needs
married? 2. What state a
total of 184 votes were cast, J. L. strong rubber band between bait
? 3. What state is the i
physician
Burton being the high man. His land line Ordinary heavy bandswill I
? 4. What
degree of a physician
vote was 144, the other successful : do for a small fish, but an
candidates being A J. Campbell,I j jwithlM inch wide band cut from an Inner state Is very useful In haying: at. ..
time 5. What state Is very exclamatory
i votes, and S E Livingston -
|tube should be used on rigs for
with 103 Mr. Burton Is head ,]large fish ? 8. What state is busy
I on Monday? 7. What state has
ef the local "Parent-Teacher's Now when your bait snags, pull shelter in time of ram? 8, What
sociation . t the line taut, then let go. The JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICEOdd
state is dear to the Mohamme
-"Th. local Baptist church will fully stretched rubber band, upon
dans? 9. What state Is very pious
DO longer be an 'orphan' after next 1 being suddenly released, will snapback
I 10 What state never says can'II. \?
Sunday when the new pastor the I and automatically loosen thesnagged Fellows Building:
What state could go out rowIng -.
Rev. C M. White, will preach. Mr. bait-Southern Wildlife
12 What state Is daddy to
White and family write that they, HOMESTEAD, FLA.-
them all?
will arrive I Friday and be ready OPEN FIRE TECHMQIE
Ret down to business Sunday lies I I Answers
"t' To avoid the annoyance of a I 1. Miss 2. I" 3. Md. 4. Mo.I t'' '' '' ''
has a wife and two children. .
smoky, smoldering blaze lay the 5. O (Ohio). 6. Wash 7. Ark.
-"It has been found necessary I]logs In the fireplace In such < WaY 8. Ala. 9, Mass 10. Kan. 11.
to change the name of the 'Nar, I ii 'I
. I Ore. 12. Pa.-The Progressive Mc
anja Citrus' Crowera' Association'I!
I Fread . Farmer.
to 'Silver Palm Citrus Growers'
-"Mrs. M. A Berger and daughter I
Association on account of there beIng -
leave Friday for West Palm Two workmen sat down to eat
an old organization now long Beach to visit with her mother, their lunch, and one began unwrapping -
dead by the former name. The /
about 18 to 20
j Mrs L. O Hall. i a parcel /
change has been made and incorp-'
-"A. C. Craw arrived from Inches long."What's l lSMALLbut
oration . "
proceeded with "
that? asked his friend
Philadelphia n ai
-"'EL, Lawrence Is expected month's vacation In Ne'; Jersey 'I "Well, my wife is away so I

back In Homestead again this week and Pennsylvania , Mrs Craw made a p.. for myself."
|
after a trip of several weeks duration will return in a few weeks:' I "A bit long, ain't it?"

In Georgia" I Leonard Chapman will start I "Of course, it'a long It's rhu-
-"Mrs. Sam Mclnstry and fam- soon the erection of a modern t barb.-Tlt-BiIB.

fly returned from Pahokee Wednesday I house on the lot just west of his''
after a few days' visit She |present residence" (Florida City) I A New Angle '

was accompanied' by her sister, -Miss Annabell! Lochrie Entering a crowded restaurant Convenient,
Sadie ;Mrs Alicia Tyree went to Fort.l I the gentleman placed his order
'Ah'in Campbell goes to Miami 1 Lauderdale Wednesday to take the"

this coming Monday to remain uni t examination for school teach, For results use Leader- I ( e ik m'/f(as.( /paym nz )
til December He will take a bus- era" (Florida City.) Enterprise Classified Ads
loess course while there." |I -"'-
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on Wednesday. Janitor evening of the. Home1stead O fHarkness. I I Now thermal! home can be built right from I


driven school by C., V.was Barnes struck and by knock.a Ford :, PAUSE AND REFRESH AT I start to finish. It can be well designed. It can,

ed to the ground It Is believed! he't
be well constructed. It can include modern
suffered
concussion of the brain. i

Mr Harkness was leaving the hall{ conveniences.
PIPE
LINE
to to home and got on his bicycle II INNS. I i
and rode Into the street without I

looking up He. rode directly In I W. 6th Ave. Homestead The small home has never been so usable-and '
front on Barnes' car which hit him i

broadside . livable. Home financing has never been so I
-"Mrs. H: R Prldgeon of Miami! Opposite Aqueduct Treatment Plant
spent the week-end with her sister, practical for the moderate-income family.
Mrs. R. E. Edwards"

-"Mrs. Ceo Ranson Jr. arivedhome
on Thursday after an extended SANDWICHES i The down payment may be as low as onetenthof

In Jtarksonvlle visit with relatives" I and frlendij I the property valuation. One loan will

_''I. D. Taylor Jr., who Is a e CANDIES, CIGARETTES take care of the remaining cost of a new home.
member of Uncle Sam's navy arrived

Friday last to spend a few CAKES, PIES, COLD DRINKS Repayment is made in monthly installmentsout
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with his
days-"Mrs. G. parents.I. Gault returned this of your income over ample time.:

week from a pleasant vacation trip TOBACCOS

to with Pennsylvania relatives. She where took she up visited her We will! help you to put through your appli-

.duties In the Bank of Homestead I cation for an F. H. A. loan.
.gain on Wednesday" ALL COLD
DRINKS 5c '
-"I.. A. Wise and wife returned Ii IiI'

(wane Tuesday from their motor | W. D. HORNE CO.
trip to South Carolina With them ", : I'

was Mr. Wise's brother-in-law, J.i : Mrs. E. G. Hill FRANK L. SKILL Owner
I. Davis, of Hephiibah. Ga . 1 1"Roselle : Manager ,
Camber arrived Monday "I ill Hardware Lumber and Building Materials

morning from Fremont, Ind, : ...
to visit with Earl Gamt er and fame I i i1J1. J.....................................................NI I Homestead Fla. Phone In.

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-"Thelma Redd arrived: home'
from the north on Tuesday "
-"Mr. and Mrs Lee Fread haves l 'j I I for Delicious Home Cooking HEAR BETTER New ELECTRONIC

their house gutsta Mr and Mrs. .ADd EnJoy We RADIOEAR

,Ceo. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs I You'll like Tropical Cafe for With
Martin of Port
Orange Mrs.
Thompson Is a sister of Mrs. I I its tasty food, its pleasant at- 41

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I Friday, September 5. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISK ran"" 1


, Locals Win 4 to 3 I Lehmon Groover DiesAi" SCHOOLSContinued


From Perrine In I Home in Clewiston ( from Page One) I: A Little Bird i


Funeral services for Daniel
Duel of Pitchers
ment for Redland school. Another
.
Lehmon Groover 30. who moved
I IHom probable appointment is Miss Mary Told Us t
from Homestead to Clewiston two
Annie Wilson of Miami to take the
sttad'. baseball defeated years ago, were conducted In the
team -
place of Miss Helen Daniels as instructor . ,
; Perrine 4-3 in t great battle Homestead Methodist Church Wednesday of Spanish. Miss Danielt ,

on the local diamond Sunday. afternoon by the pastor, the has been transferred to Miami. THAT if all that is said about a hunted suspect In these parts
, J. Lee Smith'i mighty homerunhit Rev. T. A. Ferguson. Burial was
Roger Jarman who late last year Is true there is little wonder that he is sought after \
In Naranja
Palm
) In Cemetery un-
, over the left field fence to the was appointed mathematics Instructor

Chamber of Commerce building der the direction of Turner Fune- i
to take the place .f J. Q.
' was the deciding I I factor. The veteran I ral Home. Caldwell, Inducted Into army service THAT a man was recently seen dashing out of a crrtUm '
Thomas, twirling for Homeitead Mr. Groover, a Diesel mechanic
will return to this
position beauty parlor here with his pants In his handi- pair left
and the youthful Freddie died suddenly at his home Mon- for the 1941-42 year.B. .
i Fuchs, pitching for Perrine, hookedup there by the cleaner by mistake. ,
M. Hindman remains
In a real pitcher's duel, with day.ihe''jll; bearers were: Mason cipal of the Homestead and as Flor-prin- a a ,
, Thomas having a slight edge, striking -
Roberts, Rudolph Gossman, Harry ida City Schools and Carl Wagner THAT mullet almost the size of young tarpon are to be seen st
I out 12 and allowing 9 hits,
Hiner Edw. Barnes Paul Reynolds -
remains of Redland
principal
local fish market this week
a
while Fuchs struck out 4 and allowed and Frank Berneckei. school.

9 hits. .
a
Mr. Grooxer Is survived by: his The Redland faculty list was not
Wit\kop'a single In the first inning wife. Elizabeth; a daughter, Alta available for publication last night THAT two boys who made a trip to Cape Sable Sunday

which scored two men put Jean: his mother Mrs Hassie The Homestead faculty list I
was were Impressed most by the fart that bare feet' are the approved -
Homestead in the lead which was i Groover of Homestead: and three given out by Mr. Hindman as follows -
held until the fifth when Perrine :sisters Mrs. Ruby Lee Akers of : fashion at Flumlnio.

! scored two men. Homestead again I Cherryvllle, N. C., and Mrs. Clin- I The high school faculty consists -

' took the lead In the seventh, and ton Cooper and Miss Bonnie L. of the following: Mrs Margaret I A Generous Nephew' ,you like to give them something
: Perrine again tied it up with a run. Groover of Homestead. Becker social studies Miss '
: "
"Those little door
boys little
poor next just a present
I Then Smith stepped up with the Lois Behrens, junior high mathematics I 1
count 3 balls and two strikes. I have no mummy or daddy, and I "Yes, rather,"' he replied quickly.no .
George F. Mayo Dies and social studies; E. B.
Freddie tried to sneak a fast one Illness Blackburn, speech; Miss Josephine dear Aunt Emma," said a moth- 'Let's give them Aunt Emma."-
After
I through, but Smith slammed the Long' Cook girls' physical education; er to he.llttl. son "Now, wouldnl Ex.
next pitch for a long home run Miss Allle Ferguson, home economics -
Funeral services for F.
l and won the game. George
Mrs. Aletha Gallaher librarian
;
Mayo, 74. of Homestead were conducted -
r DicK Kinard and Charley Sullivan I
; R. J. Hester, science;
f both of Homestead but playing Tuesday afternoon at Tur- I
Mrs. Margaret Mills music Mrs.
ner Funeral Home by the Rev. T. : 1942STATE
: with Perrine. had a couple of Emily Murphy, mathematics; C.
, A. Ferguson, pastor of the Homestead -
chances to break the with
up game H. Rice, manual training; Mrs. J. R.
Methodist Church, Burialwas
f hits when men were on the bases. Rutland Junior Mrs.
high English
, ;
In Palm Cemetery In Naranja.
but cagey old Thomas struck them Ruth Scott, commercial
Mr. Mayo, a retired carpenter, subjects:
out and left the runners stranded.M. .
Miss Virginia Stewart
Bishop and J. B. Ckmlnger died at his home Sunday after a Spanishand
Geo. N. :
English
lingering illness. He came tohomestead ; Wakefield. ,
with beautiful Driver's LicenseAPPLICATIONS
came up some plays I agriculture; and Mrs. Loretta Wat-'I
five months ago from
and A. Barrow threw off his batting '
son registrar :
West.
Key
slump and got a dandy Texas
The '
I elementary faculty Is com
Surviving are his wife, Adelaila
leaguer for ..Inlt.Greer' .
a
Mayo of Homestead, and posed of: Miss Mary Jackson first I
daughter
fielding featured the a !
Perrine defense I Miss Inei D. Mayo of Brewer, grade; Mrs Virginia Edwards, first
grade Mrs Edna Thurman
Me. ; second
, Homstead players and fans travel e i grade; Miss Eula Ray, third grade: NOW ON SALE
J
to South Miami Sunday for a' Mrs. Miriam Hood, third grade:
Funeral Services Held AT
I
: at 3p.m.
game Mrs. Gladys Cooper, fourth grade, I
For Robert Carpenter'' Mrs. Edna Bird, fifth grade Mrs.

, i BLEIERContinued Robert I Lorene Moser, fifth and sixth AMERICAN LEGION AUTO
Funeral services for grades: and Mrs. J. G Wynn sixth
if ( from Page Four) Keith Carpenter, 10-year-old son I grade.
t. of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Carpenter The
Florida City teachers are
TAG OFFICE
"physical education department as of Florida City, who died at Mrs. Patricia Blackburn, principal, I
one of the strongest in the state his home Thursday were conducted and Mrs. Kathryn Singleton, grades

The selection of Mr. Bleier to fill at Turner Funeral Home Sun- one to three. i Open Daily Year Round Service
the newly-created county position day by Dr. i,. E. Johnstone. Burial I
continues the Redland District In So. Krome Ave. Homestead
In Palm
was Cemetery In Naranja II
For results Leadu-
its role of training ground for Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter came use I

, Dade County's school system ex to Florida City seven years ago I[Enterprise Classified Ads II III

ecutives. Chas. M. Fisher who from Cherryville. N. C, .where _'aH.' _
was superintendent of public Instruction Robert was born. I

I for 20 years, stepped Into Besides Ills parents, he Is survived ,I

I that office from the principal- by a brother Arthur Jr, I
ship of Homestead High School. and three sisters Mrs. Juanita i

I James T. Wilson the present superintendent Banster of Florida City, Mrs. Betty I fc o/t/Cbfltqe

r Is a former principal Lou Jones of Paducha, Ky., and I an

I of the local schools, and Dr. Miss Billy Jean Carpenter of Flor- \
I. T. JJearson, county supervisor ofI ida City.
I BACK TO SCHOOL BY {
BUS
of
I teachers Is a former principal II
Redland Farm Life School I

Mr. and Mrs. Bleier will move I

i to Miami as soon at they have selected -ill II
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I living quarters in that city. ,: d1) . ,

i INSPECT GENERATOR -
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Frank Rue, light and power committeeman - ---

and Gordon Ivey, superintendent I
of the utilities department -

went to Key West yesterday I

afternoon to view the operation Sweets ud amMM of Aitn's **UM vU MM U M Hub
of high speed Diesel generator war Nell to ....... . tanHif fcr Adds Mote Uses to HT*
similar to that which this PEACE AND QUIET I JM sad fcr wastes,_..-. Ato c. dllto..< sawn dtput from
city b considering; purchasing. Ilea cutac .! tnra Md lake IkMi rtM. .*> to Ik* CUMMU gabs
BE THEIRS .I ..r ........ Make TOO1 plain .... . br co-tort loc contltmet.
its Hii-jl back.to K....| bf FbtVU Motor U_
7 Food Storaca Zones Those for whom we grieve

.*Tub NOT know eternal peace II b BACK-TO-SCHOOL' FARES

these who an left who bear TAMPA $4.55 TALLAHASSEE: - ".15

i the burden of grief. When MIAMI .0 GAINESVILLE - 5.5S

yon are sorely tn...... went ATLANTA f.9DELAND U. Po

you let M help you? Weca*. REDLAND HOTEL
lltccmc ItUlllUllAnNI
know, because of
yon assay Fls.l.r AM. Phone M
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FOE LEADER-ENTERPRISE fj f=i.O RZ I DA f"IJC-a t! JSi.JftS: 1y 1'i 00J REDLAND DISTRICT..

Publl...... Frldwt >t HiniMtoU FUkv .. I .
the South Dade Publishing too.p: ..FKnttrH BEHIND HER BOYS
u Mwnd .!... Mil matter IN CAMP
Mirrh II, H1I. at lh> offlra lHoiMtrad J
tferUi+ ..r"tbe M( :* 1------
Murk I. 117*.
The Plche twin, Jud and Joe,

DEN ARCHFR President and MUM recent graduate of schools of

MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER_ aeronautics, are spending a few
t ___ ____.StmUiy sad Treasurer days in Homestead with their parents .
Mr and Mrs T D. Plche and

SUBSCRIPTION RATA their grandmother, Mr. Catherine
l. Dade Coasts_ II." Pickard.
O..Ide c( (tad*
Chanute Field, Ill hat been
aligned to the 99th Air Base
The Old Homestead
Squadron of the 69th Air Base

By Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick Group at Kessler Field, Biloxi,
Miss
The doonlll of this old log houseof
mine I Joe Ren was graduated front

Ii worn by those who knelt before the Spartan School of Aeronautic
the shrine I at Tulsa, and hat been assign

Of Music And the old house bears 70DIVNE ed to the 21st Bombardment

the scars Q BELL Squadron of the 30th Bombardment
/ Group at New Orleans.
.1 Made by the. Ponds of those po .
tential stars _, DEfo SEA MOATTEQS'ArM
Whose mothers hoped that I might 4,2NELANDZOPDPI CAMd Charles D. Sullivan and Eugene

add the charms ':'- = Q / t'LY AS BELL R/NGS W. Campbell have been Inducted
Of ton and rhythm to their little M into the army and will leave with

arm others from Board 7 for Camp.
The dust motes In my precious old Blandmg on Sept. 11
.. s>vESt' ssatAutSLAVD ,
lug house .
?"'" vaaFt
Dance to the tunes of Chopin and / TJV.4T G EiY The biggest U. S. Marine eve

of Straus : > OUT Of E SEAS rYi1 Z"4WZ enlisted according to the records,
While ghosts lurk In the comers, Reuben
was A. Pratt, who was a
MANY GIF TJYE
undisturbed kEla'N FL shade taller that six feet eight Inches .
t% r.rOVTN FLOG/DA G tf UP
Of chords Beethoven wrote but wA esl and weighed 287
fQOM THE OCrA V pounds.
never heard AZ049Z Pratt' unlorms were a difficult
Sometimes In tones high and sweet problem for quartermaster
and thinHarmonies .
( on a ghostly violin)
I catch again the lovely "Sere We folk here at home and our
nade" [young men in the camp must know

Most beautiful of songs Tram more about one another at this.
Schubert made. time we are separated These nationwide -
Or report about our lack
sometimes when the lights
very dim ire iI I IIIII-- -......;-:": ::-_' of moral will vanish Into thin

I hear the echo of a well loved Strange as It may seem, denizens of land foundation. Coral polyps are small air, like Goebbels' fairy tales.when .

hymn, the ocean depths, immediately respond to marine animals-tiny tubular creatures the other we is know more about what
Or coming, faintly, as from outlive the hug bell at Marine Studio Twice a that bud and bloom like flowers e upon doing The thing thaiannoys
us right now I It
sky day when it is lowered and rung underwater the petrified family tree of their ancestors. I don't get why we
enough newt back and
The chorus of my babies' lullaby announcing: "luncheon" at Marine- From minute food particles taken in through forth from our two front
that
Tis *-
That little It that 1 ask of life I pray land they lose no time in arriving: for the flower-like tentacles they deposit carbonate at camp, and the front at home.
Ui may be vouchsafed to us feast. It is, of coarse, not the sound, but of lime upon the parent stem. As each ,

In stay old its accompanying vibrations, which came individual polyp dies its offspring con. New Year'
our home to act always coming
as gracious on
hosts the various inmates of the great tanks to tinues the process, developing additional Monday. They fix Jan I 1945

To our few friends and to my mu- realize food Is about to be served. Marine branches until the bottom of the ocean as the date for its going Into, us_
siC ghosts."Wanted. Studios are unique in the fact that here is becomes a vast jungle or reef of gaily maybe.
the only place in the world where fish colored coral somewhat resembling dead . .

mammals and turtles are called to dinnerby trees. Into this etensive network of petrified A wag says some women the?
-
for Murder"
a dinner bell.Thousands fossil remains la deposited a conglomerated over-dressed ones- are not dressed

Tens of thousands of police "fli of years ago, where you mast of drifting sand debris, coral ; they're upholstered D'y'u mesaoverstuffed'
er*" tearing two likenesses: of now see island around the southern tip line algae and other materials by the chang

Adolf Hitler, with fingerprints of of :Florida, was nothing more than a rolling Ing currents of the sea, the whole being . .

right and left hands, and with the expanse lapping waves. Down below the firmly! cemented together. Thus, in time, as "When this cruel war Is over,"
heading "WANTED FOR MUR. ocean depths innumerable colonies of little the network of coral extends upward an I to quote a line from an old song
DER". have been distributed by the I workers-coral polyps-were laying the is- island appears above the surface what will the steel producers do

Fight for Freedom Committee to with their immense output for

every community In the country, CURRENT ta circulation of newspapers in the conservationist when he said at the' which inventors are providing sub.
ranging from cross-roads hamletsto world have failed to train peopleto conclusion of the war, "He is the stitutes' One of the latest of these
cities. read and reason, to cultiv.lepolae I'greatest patriot who stops the most Is substituting ply-wood for aluminum
The "filer" describes "Adolf Hitler COMMENT and mental balance If we [. ..." in building wings for airplanes -

alias 1 Schlckelgruber," as By AGNEW WEt.SH have reached the state of mind . .
"wanted for murder where we must be I . .
arson, grand constantly
_,_.... _... rEdit. Size isn't always the factor 1 In
larceny possession of amused and entertained Would
firearms, piracy we mightas determining you believe it? A Toledo
bravery Some
.
and ... Near .,. welsh .._ well let the whole one store "
treachery topo&
religious thing advertises
go
persecution 15000 varieties
_..... M his 'Commit." wkMt once said that an elephant is big
." Under the heading. tkr M l> MIIIMIM .. M nrlWM ;. .U Isn't worth saving. Evidently enough to catch a mouse and wouldbe of quality foods"Children.
with bit t.l._ AMm. IIM-IntloM mechanized
"Particulars the Nail chief b our has given
reported age .,,,
.. Aeww ,WMsA I afr.ld.of it, anyhow This is 1 -- .
to h-vo a "tendency to become us more time than we can profitably
student at the University ofChicago : I,inspired by a newspaper paragraph
hyitc.-v-.i on slight provora. employ in CourtBy
describing a soldier
"Dick Lee
; as
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working fore degree wrote I
turn, has been known to throw him- who looked like
a doll and
fought
self on the floor and a* his thesis a dissertation on ants Sedge Malcolm BstfleU
gnaw rugs; An observer and chronicler of I like a devl!."
.
has gutteral voice apt to rise to Now don't sneer th.,.'* a whaleof event says that both Montreal . -, .........-
shrill tones when excited or a lot of Interesting things about and the New York press are against MAGAZINE ftoucrrots
thwarted He has these humble.. Industrialist I In his book on the South, "tan.
delusions, particularly the plan of converting the entire
about his powers over most of us.do not know. St. Lawrence River into a navigable 1 i'tern Along the Levee," Wm. Alex- Several young men in one community

vast numbers of people. He la sadistic . I stream to the Great Lakes It I I ender i Percy say the share.crop* were soliciting subscrip

malicious, bombastic, vengeful In the Germanizing of doe look a* If we were getting )ping system Is one of the best ever tions for magazines. They presented
mystical, maniacal, addictedto France the captured German along fairly well with the Wetland J land I II devised if honorably administered, the plea that they had won
public hysteria on '1'1" purity' tle flags have been removed thjt I Canal the odium attached to it U a scholarship to tome distant college

suffers from dreams of persecution. the museum and the starts of l'f . brought about by dishonest landowner and needed only one more

He I is a congenital liar. He ha Ith Cavel, hot as a spy In the ] '1>robabl7 moat pipe smokers *. In my newspaper"morgue" subscription to complete the work.
worked at only one known trade- mer world war, has been I ware that their "hay-burners" are work. It was my rule that The public did not know that
are the
poorest
house-painting destroyed, aa was the forest made from briar root Imported I better system well workedwas scholarship to accredited school
"If captured, dead or alive, the the peace treaty was signed from Europe. Since that supply ly followed.than the best one poor could not *e won by selling rntga
. tine
reward will be freedom for the en- has been shortened maker are . subscription.

tire world, and peace for all na Mental scientists affirm tb. tour .turning to the laurel root of theCarolinasfood Woman' Page Writer Such grot mlsrepreeenuttonal
tions.! I modern soldiers, with better education substitute, too. Thompson that Dorothy practiced by boys In their teen

and 'more nerve set on a . too 'much and BOYS do not women realize talk the are laying foundation for questionable -

A woman who creates and sustains and more emotional.Ism. An emeritus professor of history value of soul-rest that comes careers. They become'
i home and under whose are more likely to go to piece has written the story of German through the quiet moment. Now hardened by lying and Imposing
guidance children grow up to be under lIIi tra1n-the1 called It life, attempting "to set down It a mere man said that It would upon people. With such a bad
strong and pure men and womenIs shell shock In the first world war naught In malice" but showingftt be Just too bad-for him. start they easily drift Into more
a creator second only to God.- than the mf*iljmphatie, lets they have been a warlike peo- . pernicious "rackets."
Selected. nervous oneff AAother exam pI0? !pit never loving peace. For data Our marines are shocking the Fraudulent peddler and solicitors
ftcaUon.ot the*old adage, "Eadt lie goes back as far as 113 B. C native Hawaiian In the pronunciation can be detected and discouraged -

The secret to success is constantt generation Is.Weaker e'Jay and wiser'" when they over-ran Italy, and follows \ of their capital by caling it If every prospective customer

to'Dun>oe. ,Disraeli. e their military carter oa down Hahn-a-LU-lu. whereat the proper !would demand to proper credential
Franklin names)aoredom through the page of history The pronunciation I 18 Ho-noh-loo-loo. *. Including :authorizationcard
the Inability to pleasantly and profitably ;' fact are rather hard to controvert . i from the chamber of com
A word or a nod from the good . .
use one' time the
n't Just mere
too
bad they didnl get '..
has mpre weight than the eloquent cause of the breakdown of Morale Patrick i
Henry won Immortal dl' (things fixed right the first attempt.
speeches of oth.-Plulllrch. throughout the country, both In the tlncUon In that little
Virginia Now the World Calendar Said
Associatioa the client to his lawyer,
I armed and civilian force- I* it church when he stood
.to, declare la trying to revise that Important "I trust your fee U nominal."
Your original investment In defense possible that an our secular efforts l"O ve 1M'"nnwrtj leg *et.* aieji (actor la our every-dav 'And when he got the lawyers bill

paving bonds Series C: will suck as public schools, circulating 'death." It nowrtranpinethat he hf*: they want each month to have It.... just thlt-pbe-D miN1

, Increase 33 M per cent la 10 years. libraries Del la* greatest per capl-. :was probably-U ftM'no..1OiI |:tt work-days wife Caristsaae Sod -He*.,y' Stuff



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Friday, September 5, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Five

I Mrs. A. D. Fogle had as week meet jriday evening. The W. S.with her mother, Mr?. F. M.
end guests Mr and MM. C. W. MeGinnls C S. met Wednesday at the home Batchelor.Mn. .
of Orlando and their daughter I of Mn. John Rohrer.,
In and Around Shirley. C. W. Palmer and Miss Lo.
Cormla of Cleveland
Miss retta are ,
W. E. My en and daughter
guests of Mr. and Mn. W. J A.
I The Rev. Howard Field of Lou- Bonnie Bell Man, returned Sat
RobertsonMr.
Homestead don, Tenn.underwent an operationon urday from a two-week- visit with I _
his nose last week in a Knoxville MA Myen' II.ten1hP Iladelphla.Mr. .
!
I and Mn Albert Brown have
hospital and la now at his '
ranted the Cuchlella cottage on
'' home according to word received and Mn. S. Roberts movedto
West Palm avenue.
here by hit parents, Mr. and Mn. Homestead Tuesday from the 1
Mr and Mn. Ulric Free announce their IOn, Bobby and Mr. and
Carl Field. Mr. Field Is filling Fred Brockett cottage on Tenth Howard Thompson returned
the birth of an eight-pound-six Mri. J. R. Gillespie of Jacksonville. the pulpit of the Loudon Nazarene street. Wednesday from a visit in MU j
ounce ion In the James Archer I church for the fifth year. Sterling, Ky.
Smith Hospital :yesterday. John and Edw. Hickson of Na- _
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,,, Carl
-- "" """ toss of Flamingo Is visiting
ranja have J. D. Nail \
ai guests and Mn. Edith Tamblyn and daughter
his brother-in-law and Mr'
FLORIDA sister
Mn. Chas, W. Camp will leave Duncan Conner af Auburn, Ala., CITY and Mn. Harvey Rohrer. Jeredean and Mn. Naomi
Sunday for a month'i vacation In two of their classmates at Alabama By Mn W. W. $every : Dano an niece, Genevieve Cline, "

Alberquerque, N. Mex., and Chi Polytechnic Institute.Mr. -I Miss Warrens; -Severy was a returned Thursday from Hancock

cago. V. D. Wells who Is employed by: week-end guest of Mia Dorothy N.
and Mn. Dan Smith and the Florida Power and Light Co, Kuhn In Homestead.Mrs. ..._..._..........
Mn. Herbert Katz returned daughter, Peggy, left Tuesday suffered three broken ribs Monday Y.BOTTLED
Tuesday from a aeven-week trip morning for their home In St.Louis when he fell from a light pole Mr.I M. Silverman of Coconut GAS
to Long Island, Rldgewood, N. J., after visiting Mr. Smith's broth W.llli. at the University HospitalIn Grove la a guest this week of Mr. '
Washington D. C., and New York er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mn Coral Gables where his condition and airs. J. H. Simmons. RANGES. REFRIGERATORS
where the visited friends and rela J. L. Hickson of Naranja. li reported to be satisfactory.The and WATER HEATERS

tives. Mn. T. T. Turner left Friday for Virgil D. Lynn, Phone M....

Miss Virginia Kinner who has Rev. and Mn. W. E. Rowellare San Antonio after I month'i visit ..M....'_..__._.._..._.......

Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick will worked In Washington, D. C., part expected to return Sunday from ........................,...,........................................
leave today for Everglades City of the summer and visited relatives their summer trip to Georgia and
where the will resume her positionas In Lawrenceville Pa* arrived North! Carolina.In 1 EAT FISH FOR HEALTH
teacher of home economics In home Monday.Mr. .
the high school. honor of the birthday of Dr.
and Mrs. C F. Waldron have S. S. Shields, Mn. Shields entertained | AND ECONOMY

Dr. and Mrs. Carl Robinson and returned from a visit In HighPoint Monday evening with a family
N. C. dinner attended by Mr. and s .1
their
daughter, Sue and Patty,
have returned from their summer Mn. Stuart Shields of Miami and I Chesapeake Bay

home in Burlington, Vt. Walter Kufeldt will attend a and their Walter.children Martha Gloria and I OYSTERS, qt. 90c. pt. 45c
Church of God meeting In Fort 1
Mia Betty Brown, Miss Virginia Meade over the week-end. 2 West Coast ii
Mn. S. Mattson of Cape Sable'

Kinner Miss, Min Mary Katherine Engle will Orfanedesand leave Mn. John L ScarborougrTwhoit arrived Monday for a visit of several j MULLET lb. 12ll'C and tOe
weeks with her Mn
daughter,
Saturday for Tallahassee where now a clerk In the Homestead =
1
Johnny Becker. Large OceanSHRIMP
they will enter their freshman year post office, spent Wednesday In I
at Florida State College for Women. West Palm Beach. Harry Degler who Is employedin i lb. 35c. small 30c(

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James Rotherham will returnto Key West,spent the week-end at I''
his home here.H. COOKED CRAWFISH, lb. 19c
Mr and Mn. Jesse Gossman, his home In Redland tomorrow .

their daughter, Rachael, and ion, been from visiting Melrose hit, Mass.father, where J.A.he Roth-has Obenshaln arrived last Sat I GROUPER, lb. 15c SNAPPER, lb. 20c
Charles, left Saturday to visit Mn. erham. urday from Roanoke, Va., for the'
Cossnan'i mother, Mn Ila G.Amanof easoa.
Shady Grove, Fla. Mn. Eunice Drlscoll and Miss 'I Overseas Bait & Tackle Shop

Jane Gatlin attended a house partyat Miss Mildred Severy returned =I. 8. KTMM Are. at Lacy 8U
MM- Bertha Nil Hausman returned from the Kendall hospital Satur!
Daytona Beach from
Hendersonville.Tuesday from a vacationin Wednesday.Mr Sunday until day... I 1 Dixie Highway Fish Market I

The W. W. I I. Placer Ave. Phone Ml- I
and Mrs. Frank Calhoun of F. C. class of the Florida

Prof. and Mrs Floyd Arpan will Nashville, their daughter, Marian City Community Church will f........................,...,........,..................................

leave today for Shelf .home In na, and sons, Frank, Jr., and Dan, ..
Evanston 111., after a visit of several and Mils Lola Calhoun of Jack !
weeks with Mn. Arpan'i par lIOn, Miss, left for their homes
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holftrty Tuesday after visiting the Rev. and r
In South Allapattah Gardens. Mn. T.A. Ferguson here.
I

Robert Caves who has been Mr. and Mn. J. E. Aman left
I..
working! In Galneevllle during the Monday to visit relatives In Shady UseRedland
summer arrived home Friday to I Grove, Fla. .
spend several days with his par
ents Mr. and Mn. W.B.Caves, be- Mr. and Mn. T. Orfanedes had
fore returning to the University of aa week-end guests Mr. and Mn.
Florida where he will begin his Lonnie Alderman of Hollywood,
senior year. Mrs. Harry Brannon, Misses Gloria
and Gladys Hughes and Miss Martha Brand
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Field and Edwards, all of Lake Worth.
daughter, Margaret, returned Sat
urday from a three-week vacation Mr. and Mn.Ceo.Fogle returned .
, in'Pennsylvania and Ohio. to their home In Naranja Monday
j after spending I week with Mn
Misses Esther and Helen Livingston -' Fogle's mother, Mn. E. J. Smith, FertilizerOn
returned Sunday from a visit I' in Fort Myers.
of one month In Hendenonvlle.

I LOCAL HOSPITAL NEWS
Mrs. E. J. Dyal and daughters, I J
Iva and Nina, returned Saturday Mr. and Mn. Frank White Of
from their summer home la Hen- Homestead are announcing the I Your Groves
denonvlle. i birth of a seven-pound daughter,
Shirley, In the James Archer
Mn. Leon Burnett of West Smith Hospital Tuesday.
Beach and ion, Buddy are palmi Mn. Raymond OUdden and Infant -
ing Mr. and Mrs. Cordon Ivey this ion born last week were returned .
week, ,to their home In Ooukb
Tuesday. For Results

Mri Vera Summerlin of West Mn lame HcCrtady was returned \
Palm Beach I II spending the week to her home Sunday.
with Mr. and Mrs L H. O>Uler. Alta Jean Groover was taken to ..
the hospital Wednesday for medical r
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lawrenceand treatment I n PAY

ion Wayne,' returned Satan Ite iW'M ... rwiUtoe* fee
day from a month'i vacation spentIn AIM CONDITIONED I
le fe 14 Hk rsXOimf law
ou.au MATE M conrostrAnwMMu
various of
point Georgia and
at Panama City. CWMr_. ... ,AM s o*i tt r... Urn M. ttt U O4 c.....*
a..MssIA.dsiss. .. M.
Aarr.s _.... piss .as
Mr. and Mn. Adrian Jacob had
a* guest Sunday Capt. and Mn Venetian Skating Rink .
Robert Young of Coral Gables and ales a. w. ma a_ ...
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BASKET SUPPER WILL BE GIVEN MONDAY BRIDGE LUNCHEON: IS 'MISS MELBA SEVER BECOMES BRIDE

I FOR CAPT. AND MRS. R. F. BLACKFORDMembers GIVEN Mrs. W.AT E.RHENEY Rheney and HOME her: lister i OF CHARLES CARPENTER IN BALTIMORE

Mrs. W. L. Shackleford of West!

of the Sunday school petted to arrive tomorrow for aweek' Palm Beach, who has spent the Miss Melba Lois Sever became High School. Until her marriageshe
the' bride of Charles C. Carpenter I assisted her father In his store
of St. John's Episcopal Church stay during which they will summer at the Rheney home, gave i
pack their household belongings a luncheon and bridge party Fri- >of Baltimore Saturday at 1 o'clockIn at Florida City.
will give an informal get-together
for shipment to Atlanta. day. Mrs. Shackleford returnedto ( Baltimore.: | Mr. Carpenter was graduated

and basket supper in Homestead The church group invites all who her home on Wednesday. The bride wore a navy blue and; from Llncolnton N. C., high school

municipal pack Monday evening wish to tee and visit with Capt. Mrs. B. M. Hindman won the white street-length ensemble with and from the University of North

in honoi ,,f the rector. Capt. Randolph and Mrs. Blackford to attend the i high core prize at the party: Mrs. I whit accessories and a corsage of Carolina at Chapel Hill. He li

F Bltickford chaplain of picnic. I Geo. N. Wakeflcld. the second,gardenia now employed by the Glenn L

Lawson General! Hospital in Atlanta Supper will be served at 5:30.: prize: and Mrs. Adrian Jacob, the' She It a daughter of M. E. Sever Martin Aircraft Corporation in

and Mrs Blnckford who Everyone Is asked to bring his own ,I low score pr le. and a granddaughter of Mr. and Baltimore.

ha-, spent the summer In Seattle. plate and cup. Iced tea and coffee I I Present were Mr. Julian H. :Mrs. J. S. Caves of Florida City They wit make their home la

('apt and Mrs Blackford are ex- will be furnished by the hostesses. I Webster. Mrs. C Pan-man. Mn. and she i is a graduate of Homestead Middleriver, Md.

I Lee H. Lehman. Mi.F R. Brook

i Mrs. R. Henry. Mr, a .>* ttalli.I -
ENSEMBLE
CLASS HAS END-OF-SEASON
I' I man Mrs Frank Webb k. How 'BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE GIVE PARTIES

RECITAL AT MRS. FITZPATRICK'S HOMEThe 1 ard Johnson Mrs Jacob Miss.i I FOR MEMBERS LEAVING FOR COLLEGE

Hindman. Mrs Wakefield.

end-nf-the-senson program '''Grandmother's Minuet" Grieg' Alta Webster and Mr*. Shacklefordand --
I Member of the young people's per at his home Tuesday evening
cf the Ensemble Class was given'] 'Argonaise" Massenet' Mrs. Rheney.

Wednesday morning at the home I Junior Pope I |department o( the First Baptist| and later the group went skating

Mazurka.. .. .. Chopin' SUNDAY SCHOOL. PICNICS Church of Homestead who are|'at the Venetian Skating Rink In
of Mrs R. H. Fitzpatrick on Red- .
"Song Without Words" IN MATHESON HAMMOCK planning to leave soon far college Coconut Grove.In .
land road. It consisted of the following
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numbers: .u. Tschaikowtki i Members of the Silver Palm have been entertained at a series I the party wire: Mm Mary

"Three Little Tunes" Hilda Dodnon"Rustle Methodist Church Sunday school ,,of parties given this week. In the .I Frances Rutland, Miss Betty Ann
Lowe of Spring" Binding .
enjoyed a swim followed by a picnic group are: Miss Fern Robertson, asenior : Marshall, Misses Catherine sad
Buddy Horne, Mrs Fitzpatrick Frances Rutland"Romance" i I
"I Heard a Cuckoo Preston'Song .. Sibelius lunch at Matheson Hammock at Florida State College for I!Phyllis Bell, the Misses Vann Milt

recently. (Women; Miss Don Scott,-who will ,Grennell, the Misses Field, Miss
of the Drum" Hoist
Mable Ruth Pope I, Present were: the pastor, the be a high school senior at Norman Pope Miss Swllle,. Miss Wysong
"Merry Warbler" Jenkins' Guests present were: Mrs. Judson Rev. Jesse E. Waller, the Rev and'Junior
College at Norman Irk, 'Miss Hodge Miss Robertson Miss
Rachel Dodson Strickland, Mrs Chesley Saunders Mrs. Harley R. Core, Mr. and Mrs. !Ga.; Robert Willets who I* studying Scott, Mr. Irwin, Mr. Grennell, Mr.
.
Old Bohemian Carol Klnchella and her guest, Valmont Carder
Clarence Cray Mrs. Ralph Proth- for the ministry at Mercer Un:- Kocontes, Mr. Fain Mr. Newton
B.irbara Horne Mrs. J. H. Dodson. Mrs : B.Mills ero, Mrs G. C. Rivers, Mrs. Den. i
rs" I Iversity at Macon; and Allen Pope !Mr. Dope, and Mr. Willets.
To Butterfly Land" Weston Mrs. J. R. Rutland Aria nlston River, Mn. Ida Woodard,
a sophomore at the University of
Elaine Strickland kins, Mrs. J. R. Pope, Mrs. D. Mrs. McDonell, Mrs. Nan Vihien, /Florida.Mr. After prayer meeting Wednesday

Three Ditties Robyn W. Hooker, Mrs. Russell Home Mrs. Ellen Keen, Mrs. Esther Lambert evening, Mrs. Roy Darby, motherof
Louise and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott Mr. Willets, entertained the
Strickland Miss :
Dorothy Moon and Miss Va- Mra. J. L. Fletcher Mrs. D.
Sweetheart" ( violin) .. Fox ra S. Conner, Mrs. R. A. Holmes, entertained the group at their homein group with a waffle supper at her
Ruth Rutland Rheney.'I Redland with an ice cream freeze home c:: N. W. First street.
I Mrs. J. A. Rotherham, Mrs. Fisher,
"Off to Camp" Anthony Mrs. S. H. Fitch Mn. T. E. Kirby Miss Peggy O'Brien, Sarah Vihien, Monday evening. Present were: Present were: Mr.and Mrs. Leon
Misses Ellen
Irwin Hooker Mrs. Fitzpatrick and Alta Vann. Miss Dame, Misses Ellen an Alta Bann,
Mr. J. Tom Vann, Mrs. Irwin, Mrs. Alene and Marlene Keen. Kather- Goaldia
"Cinderella" Kuhn 'ine I Lambert Grennell, Misses Mildred Miss Elizabeth Mcllwaln, Miss Annette
Scott. Mrs. Brannon and Mrs. Pope. Miriam Holmes, Margaret and
Dons Ada Johnson Margaret Field, Miss Mabel Slstrunk of Miami, Misses
Circle Five met at the home of'I Gaby. Betty Lott Ethel and Ruth ,
,
Pope, Miss
"Lrs Pci-les Lillian Swllley Mildred and
Margaret Field, Miss
BurgmullerOld Mrs. M. W. Craft Tuesday! afternoon !'Helen Blanton, Joan Core, Hugo Miss
German Dunce . Phyllis Bell, Mill Alice Wy- Grennell Mil Scott Miss
Ditterdorf Robertson
Vihlen, Dale Fisher Francis
and Mrs. Craft and Mra. S. I and Miss
Helen Hooker I song Jewel Hodge Mist Sophie Mr. Kocontes, Mr. Fain Mr.
Richard
L. West conducted the devotional I- Pro the r 0, Marshall
"Gipsy Hondo" Bargardt, Miss Robertson Mill;Bullock Mr. Strickland Mr.
Haydn :Holmes Sid Vihien Irwin
,
The next meeting will be held it Bobby McDonell. Scott, Orvil Irwin
Myron Gren
Ruth RutlandW. I Mr. Willets and the hostess.
the home of Mrs. E. L Lawrence David Jensen and Bobby nell, George Kocontet, Maurice

it was announced. and Thomas Cor*. 'Fain, Harvey Newton
M.-V. flRCTES HOLD Present were: Mrs. C. E. Saun- | Miami, Lee Strickland, Ira Bullockof :I Mrs. Adrian Jacobs and Mrs W.
of Miami
SEPTEMBER: :MEETINGSAt den, Mrs. Georgia Blggen, Mrs. H. man Mrs. J. H. Cliase Mrs. L H. Mr. Pope and Mr Willet 'iC.I Norman were luncheon guest

the meeting of W. M. U. Circle E. Redin Mrs. Gerda Freed Mn. Klopp, Mrs. Reed Holmes, Mn. Mr. Wlllet Wednesday of Mrs. Robert fount

One at the home.of Mrs. T. T. Bow. J. C. Vann. Mrs. Ora Frailer, Mrs. Oaby, Mn. Wright Mrs Davis. gave an outdoor sup. in Coral Gable

en. Tue.dll11..... Catherine Pick. Lawrence, Mrs. West, and Mrs. Miss Eva Rotherham and Mr .
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ard gave ,i talk on a Chinese prov- Craft. Rotherham. ."ca, U, 'uaGal"

e.rb, "When one drinks water think 1.,_ ,

of the fountain" Mrs. Julia Polk "'0 1AS'8 CLUB WILL rack Howard

poke on '"Chinese Baptist Youth", MEET ON TUESDAY The Calendar Poll DIXIE DRUG

and Mrs J. M. Forte, on "Over I ,... Johnson I
At the monthly business meetingof
coming Handicaps". Mrs. T. D. the Sept. Luncheon meeting of Phone 30 and 9101
Woman Club of Homestead
-
rich told the story of a Chinese Episcopal Auxiliary with Mrs W.
vacation Bible school jn San An. to be held Tuesday afternoonat R. Bird. It' the taut week of this timely ale so be sure you get all your
3:30 In the clubhouse revisionof needed items now. Prices real low for this
are Ant quality,
tonlo, 1 Sept. S
Texas. -Meeting of Art Club's
the by-lawi will be discussed guaranteed merchandise. It' the type of merchant! you need!- I
Mrs. Forte and Mrs. Bowen were and a report will be made on the painting class In Chamber of Commerce with prices that mean real savings for you. Be her early and
hostesses.The I building at 9 a. m. save plenty.
dance
sponsored by the club Aug
next meeting will be held Sept.8-Business meeting of Junior
I 16. Members who have not paid BrifMTOOTH
Oct. 7 at the home of Woman' Club.
Mrs. Polk,
dues for the year are asked to pay .. .
it was announced. i Sept. Meeting of Homestead PASTE
them to either Mn Herman Helnjleln. -
Present were: Mrs. Harry Hal 1. recording secretary, or Mr Woman' Club. Briten'i site flotation SPECIALS

Mrs. Pete Morgan Mrs. W. D. P. J. Franklin treasurer.Mn Sept. Business meeting of W process wastes away
Coker. Mrs. Polk I Mrs. Pickard, M. U. circles. food particles, i that often .
Mn. Plche.; Mn. Forte, Mn. Bowen I H. K. Foulk, president, urges Sept. 12-Meeting of HomesteadArt decay and cause bad FRESH PEACH CREAM
all
members to be present at the breath.
Delightful flavor.
and a visitor. Mrs. H. L I Club painting class In Chamber

Mrs. S. A. King HeRth'l meeting. of Commerce building. / 25cta Buttered Pecan Cream

cle Two at her home Sept. 15-Program meeting of e., 390

ternoon. I KEDLAND CIRCLE MElTS Homestead D. P W. C. In Chamber rNa aUAIL ague stoats Pineapple Ice Cream:
WITH MRS. ROTIIERIIAMMr
of Commerce building at S
Circle Three met yesterday afternoon p.m. '
J. A. Rotherham entertained
<
30cpt.b0cgt.Briton .
at the home of Mrs. T. C.
Shackleford. the Redland Neighborhood Circle

at her home Wednesday after
Circle Four voted at Its meeting
noon. Mrs. Walter Gaby played
Tuesday afternoon at the home of several piano selections and M.... TOOTH POWDER sv/ > SHAMPOO
Mrs. J. R. Pope to give two dollarsto
Ceo. Wright reading. Mrs.
a
the society to help buy clothe gave Soaples, yet it his Give
Sam J. Davis conducted the devo- re- your hair the
r1
for the orphan at Arcadia which maskable penetrating real
Uona Ia. cleansing of
; the local W. M. U. Is clothing this and cleansing characteristic -
rear Mrs. Frank Irwin read Present were: Mrs. Ralph KingGLASSES 71 *. Particularly ."'ec. Siktu*. See hew it remove
an .
I five !In hard water dirt faker ite.
article entitled. "What Pastor
a 1
t Thinks of His W, M. U.*, and M.... :> 'YJ ... 1 ... Leaves tit hair soft.

: J. Lawrence Scott read one enti aile

tIed. "Youth In China". Mr. D. -To j Vie! 39c 1 .s.
Keep 390 a.1M' e
:
M. Brannon conducted the :
t Uonal d.V0-1 I DMO.IcutinoWQ..ol.) .. 515
t + Awake loWllnMS, with Thwmlque, the HUlL INS
t Resent were: Mrs. I* A. Wise,! Uatul M method . Cool anus frog 11011Silqll.

safe comfortable!

DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST I Mr,;* 1 e$50* 000j

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i fhmlhAbe Choeoleh-Flovor d:

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>laadays: 9 Ie This famous syrup ,

Closed Saturdays Dr. B. F. Stebbins ALK 'S BeAUTY HAIR TONIC In dessert a. horot..,save six**, etc.far.

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Psychology In Is"Problem"Success School ""r g ADS _1 II>



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T)IERE ii an unfortunate term used to designate terraIn young sinners Uel\ne

bon' usually between the 'get of thirteen aid se\tnfCll i0(

that term it "mcomgibles." It has a hopeless sound for a country like IT "'
the United States. Fourth ".. I II

One .woman however, has prov'en to her own and many others' saris On I : 1.

faction thai there is no need for the term. The woman is Mrs. Lillia .

Ra.hkia; who, for twenty.flv. years.'. ) I'
has made I career of befriending the other children. The entire effort Sunday '
the worst-behaved boa the could of the teachers it to print
find Gmta Palmer in the October' rather than to belittle v S
issue of Cosmopolitan tells how Psychologists and persons Int. .. NOTICE : I
Mrs Fashkis works her miracle ti ed in child behavior are ..
In New fork City there it a tensely interested In Mrs RsihV a Num..

building off Park Avenue with the successful methods, 6500 boys hate NOTICE... 1
official name of P. S. 37. To thousands gone through the process and she of guest Florida to 1I I
however It Is known u Op. has never given up any case as MURPHY
portumty School. To Opportunity hopeless. A few of her rues! art land la D.
School are lent the boys who have equally applicable to home treatment offered for
fined the authorities in their own as well as school rliht Niche"f and thr I
schools to Rive them up at a bad "Never threaten a child* prorrmrnt !
lob They remain with Mrs Rash "Never punish him, except t>> at the Court (
ai3: woo it In chares of Opportunity simple. naturaly retribution If h< A. M. on ... :
School for two months or morethen ; has destroyed something ht must will moot be fur_ I
return t$ their regular school replica it, but thsts his personal which here
Mrs Rauhkis first rule Is that misfortune for which nobody tccMs! 1>.: .. ;
any child given a chance, would him" Lot I. HI I
rather behave than not "A bad "Never correct s child for at--- leah a .
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boy" says the 'is a discouraged thing without praiiinff him In file 41 Lot E.I. Shook ;
boy Make him happy and self-con. lame breath for something he ftt I oo. II.
ildent and he will soon liehavt" done well" to Plat Bonk
Infractions of the rules are notIgnored "Never demand anything of a Lit 10, '
but they an handled: tact child; ask him, ai a favor to da ing In. Bee to.Plat IK.
ally I Each offence U studied carefully something for you and he will hvvo South M ( !
by the teachera and every the great pleasure of feeling .....tIt 17 ft of S
effort is made to get at the seat is a voluntary gft., B. suit 1C Manor. .. I
of the trouble by determining why thank him." 1 lo See Plat 14,Bk Tw, : ;

the rule was" briAen In some cases ;Id, regardless nf hu aa Lou ....
a smaller weaker buy wa; Stealmoney "arrhiltto'rch: take it for grantee Section. .... ;
to treat the others and tl input that his past mistkkes art a hr. I9.
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himself on an equal bums with lobed charter" Eat It 4S ,
less N. II
them. In other cues, ronanti! I "RcwaiJ ciiistructivt action Central I M.
boys like to think of themselves Hiaventurers lav:th!v. anal 1 ti'e: < I'.trtcuon of uttruitnt ". kn. In
( full of tUnnj Offenders (uiuuct will gradually!l according to !
are never pumud i" it to disappear fee the .. I
feet. Central I
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IN COUNTY Dade ("..JIDTEI.". ....Id.COURT 14.Lot Twp a. "II I, ;

: Estate of Charlea No. 1(041Re w. Hope .....,<1. Twp Bank II U at B, 1 I
NOTICE/ OK INTENTION: To MAKE : '

APPLICATION% I. hereby FOR liven FINAL that DIPCHARtKNode. I have filed ,,n Lt Brc.15 12. I
my final report and petition for Final lib.oh.rre ni to plat
.. Administrator of the ......ur Lou la ;
Charles W Pope. droraied ; and that ..n subdlvl.lon.. : : : ;:
the I'th day of September. IP4I. will appllo I> E accord. .. ( I I
The Honorable W. F RI.n'on. C,'umJudn Lot x
of Dadt County Florida. for approval Ore. 12. .
nf said final report and for flnadlarharct t. I'lit Rn
.. Administrator of the rotate o f Lot S. 1
Charles W. Hoot, dectaanlThla Crc. II. T. ) 1,
85th day of August !'41. I. Plat Reek )
IRA C. HAYCOCKAdnlnlatrator Lot 11
of the Estate of Chu W. TCEATED TMCOUCHCHIPOPUACTIC" dn.. In Be*.
Hope DertaftrdAut alto Bee S. I)
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It hereby give that Bailiwick.
I..... bolder aa aaalinra of Drainage Diatrlct Ixl 1. I I :
Tax Certificate Numbered. IM>0. dated i Liver and Kidney Troubles] are wild Park.
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the Ith of E: .rdl. I
day AuititU A. D. \>U Jim ,approached by the direct Adjustment '
South SO I
filed mid .
Certificate In aiy office and bat
made application. for too deed to issue technique, by Chiropractic Park. a .u" l'1: I
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thereon In accordance with law. Raid CtrtUlcatt IIf other means hive sappointed: 17 I i
taibmraa the following dncribrdproperty pan
situated In Dade County. Florida ,1 you, why not try Chiropractic Lot II
to wit, i without further loss of time-with* In Bee tl I I I
1:. 110 "-. Lot II. C L. Braot. { cording ta
Subdn, Plat Pock S. Pact ... locatedIn lout extended delay and suffering? Lota IS .
Dada County. ".... of Florldt. Decide to do so before anotherda'a r""art PI.. '
The aMtaament of mid propeny media 40 E.. .,...
the mid Certificate waned was In the I.am I Lisa I ..
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Dnleta laid CartlflraU" hall he redeemedaceordini E. m........1.
u law tax deed will Iwtiethmon i Iota I to
oa tile 10th day of Btpttmbtr 'M to 12; S to f:3e; ( to I lubdn In .
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How To Make Good Iced Tea I


By Katharine Fisher

barmier Goof HoutttffHg least esr

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Confess. now, b root Iced tea delicious u you'd UK Its LCov 1ouI
o A lint It a bit OB the weak side I sometimes"an'd'at others strong enough ta e uQ1entc sane. '
pucker roar mouth Have yon wondered why Iced tea sometimes ..bli I J {
cloudy, and how yon might brew It crystal clearl Well, here an some of ,
the thing 'v* 'leaned bout brewing' Iced tea alter making an eiten I
give study :our Institute: laboratories.Fiat ham 7

cf all. you must lean to measure accurately both the amount
Flower and vegetable of first when buds at tea and water used, and brewing tin, a* well. Standard measuring I Ziff
appear
teaspoon and half pint measuring cups should b* used. You au varyMeaaareoeaui M
quality can only be produced Roses Feed one rounded tablespoonful to tut your tests In strength and flaw, bat once yoVv
when the plant have abundant to each: square foot of OB the right combination, tick to It, and the brew
space around the bush. It 1* 1mmv always be DM tame,
nourishment Size, color vigor food tea aaa fee made without clouding bj using
and yield small affected by feeding a7' .1 Cold-Waur Method. Measure I tap, of tea M rCM.'v ,
% half-plat measuring cupful of cold water la AA1t1
to a marked degree, The, tkv a 1 1By
IlUt ). pitcher e* other China or glass _talnr.
heaviest feeding should always' : : II stand ta the refrigerator from It to M boon
to earliest, for It la at the atari I strata lee and serve M usual. With tab method
day't needs tan be prepared the Bight before
of their growth that plant need I e lone tine cf brewing la coM water doe aot saw Suchaw'
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stimulation. A* they grow stronger the lIa.CIf..Dd oar laboratory aaalyaU showed
to be no more stimulating than tea made by hot.IAIMAMM 1. Mil canned appleeaceTaadprepared
and larger they.. better ableto
rreuwa KM1.9 NIMH water methods la which smaller quantity ol tea: aorMradlih to last Thl*
forage for themselves as.eser of la wed unusual combination salts baked
Perennials, annual and roses Old ..... ham to a -T". Try I** '
;: : For toed
"SAM a.r :;: tea la a jiffy use l Up. of tea to 1 nt -
all benefit from a regular feeding of hot water. The hotter the water the quicker the X Mil 4 tablespoons lemon Juice;
program. Here 1* a feeding iched- flavor la extracted grow front I to 8 minute, or even I minute, accordli I tablespoons melted butter and t'
ule to remind you when to feed } I to your test In strength and flavor. Then pour the hot tea directly tablespoons sag tr. Bring ta boll'over
your flower ever the lee cube*. training It, of sparse, Tb dilution resulting from low cu flam*. Brush petletf
the melted tee will compensate nicely for the eitra strength of the bnw. green rip bananas OR all aide with
Annual transplanted from flats: this hot mom Broil banana about
Apply the plant food when preparing /tANtsoo 1 A slower method, bat till a good one, call for the DM of IK tip *( I Inches from Same ID a modern1
the bed I* for annual town Krw r1 tea to each K half-pint! measuring cupful of hot water, brewed for gas nag broiler. Turn frequently.1
f minute before ItrIIllln,. The resulting brow I* then allowed to cool 1 Try baby pie*. Sake crust IB
where they are to remain; or portant that this tint applicationbe '....... refrigeration for about three hoar*, or an long a* neetaiary, tiny pass and All with fresh ttrawJberries.
you may mix thoroughly one made a* soon II the rose start I'i before will and erring. This method help conserve lee cube, a* fewer Or emit may b* ted for
level tablespoonful 0 f complete growth. When the tint color :cubee be needed to dull the beverage that when using the jiffy clniaaoB squares, .orange rin(
plant food with the coil In shows In the buds make a second I method described above. strips and tarts
the bottom of the hole, before feeding of half thl* quantity Feed Serve your lead tea comfortably! Use a man plate under the glass '
setting out the plant Feed again 3D I nther than the usual _ter. A bread-and-butter plat .la fin*. It will wr ww.ums aM.r..wea.anueuaw.r....
every day until the middle of
catch condensed moisture and provide a secure retting place for the
August ,semen, and squeezed lemon a* well. Some people, particularly men prefers
+4-4-v4"f. +++++4-44--4-++ Annual town directly In bed: wedge-shaped piece of lemon, rather than a alica. Via easier to squeeze
1 Prepare the seedbed thoroughlyand I than a slice. Does Your Car Have

Hints toHousewives apply a pint of complete! I> Lastly dont worry about the taffeta and tanak add ta yon tea.
plant food to SO square feet oft I Neither U .harmful or habit formlnt Th amount of caffela In t glass
Rake this lightly into the i.of Iced tea, or a sup of Innnltailmal. If* a mild attrauIsnt Any of
(: yea, but a harmleta one and form no habit and leave no "bang.lower. .
mixing well, before sowingseed. I I .* Tannic acid I* found In all fruits and nut, and In tea I* harmless, '
When buds appear, feed 'too. It add pungency to flavor, but being astringent It may detract from These Faults
.again giving half this amount. Ifaor, If the tea ta evsrbrewed /
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2 pounds
country style sausage EXPERT Lack Power and Speed
2 tablespoons waterS .
tart apple Hard to Start
H cup sugar
Cut BARBERINGHAIRCUT Use Too Much Gas"'
country style sausage Into 4.

inch piece Place In cold skillet "Vibrate or run rough
Add water, cover and simmer until

water evaporate Remove cover, ...... 40c s Sluggish and No Pep
Increase the heat and cook until

sausage is browned Rl.'moto SHAMPOO ...... 40c
hot platter and pour off all but 4 r

tablespoon of the fat Wish apple MASSAGE ...... 40c I
*, cut In eighths core and i Drive Into our garage and have I
brown In the sausage fat turning
occasionally Sprinkle with lugar, BUSH'S the engine SCIENTIFICALLY

cover and cook slowly until ten. l I TESTED with our new SUN i
der Pile apples in center of chop
pint* and arrange hot sausage BARBERSHOP I MOTOR TESTER and see foe

around the apples Serves 6 I yourself what I* needed le put I

Frankfurters, Plain
and Fancy
It la first class operating con
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Wieners too, han
a place on the dillon.
Informal bill of fare. !
They're always I
N. KROME AVE
good a* just plain frankfurt-

era simmered gently until hot and s 1 freston B. Bird Motor CoI
puffy,but they. do have Sunday go
to meetin' possibilities vvvvvvvv I South Kreme Ave. Ph. IS
For Instance baked ..tultedfranld'umn !
are made by splitting I OPPOSITE TAG AGENCYL.eaen.ewve''w.

the "franks" lengthwise, then filling .
with a breed crumb stuffing, a .. .."v wsa rR'

alice and mustard of cheese or, plcallllll finely chopped, dill pickle apple I ."S.SSyStiyyti".....................""'................."......."........"'...................

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