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: January 23, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00526
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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1I I II ''Fruit Festival Seen as Morale Builder SAW'INTRANSPORTATIONTHE

SERVICES SETINMEMORYOF

I / And Aid to Defense Council ProgramIn -


I In deciding to go ahead with principle theme of the Fruit Festival WEATHEROfficial The "Buy Dade County Fruit
,.plant for the 1942 Fruit Festival, this year", says the bulletin, and Vegetable slogan suggestedby
the director: of the) Redland District "And, running for ( days, Feb. weather report of the Frank B. Rue of Homesteadat
Chamber of Commerce have 8-14, Inclusive, will provide government Subtropical Experiment Station,
2 LOCAL BOYS :joined other Florida executives In defense committees withan Homestead, Florida. a recent meeting of the Rod-

the determination to "carry on" excellent mean of reaching Date ,tat, s..llIln! nr. > Mla land District Chamber of Com.
when a scheduled event can contribute the visitor a* well as the resl Jan. 15, i I 77 58 !3013': merce .is being promoted Intensively
to the pleasure, morale and dent of Dade County to acquaint Jan. 16._ I 78 54 130.141 by the Dade County De-
A memorial service for Earl education of our people, states a them with essential defense Information Jan. 17. _. 1 77 I SI I fense CounciL A bulletin received
Smith and John Anderson ArrantHomestead bulletin Issued by the organization. Jan. 18. 78 88'' from -
"National defense will be the, "Six such defense mmltteea Jan. 19. 77 88 '3006' 0.22 council headquarter
youth attached to the have already been assigned spice Jan. 20. 78 83 13002! in Miami this week slate that the
I V. S. S. Arizona when It wa sunk In the Fruit Festival building and Jan. 21 75 48 ;,30.091| "Buy Dade County" campaign U
I In Pearl Harbor by the Japanese 60. TIRES ASKED are now at work on their display being pushed with signs and pokers
I oft Dee. 7, will be held at S p. m.I" so a* to make them effective In in
every grocery store a* well .4..
riR'j- First to all of whlf ROTES IN MIAMI
$und071n the B.i't.1 Cllunh BUTONLY17AREGRANTED conveying M weI a* in the newspaper and radio ,
| L Of Homestead. I can da to help I win the war, station.
I The .two local men were reported I I "This year the exhibits will be DUE AT NOON ONTOUROFSECTION I "Mr. Luther Chandler, chaimun
> mining In telegram sent HEREWith viewed with new appreciation by of the agricultural division of the
'| I all for we can't help but realize
Dade
by Defense
s u the'navy Department to their County Council' ,
1families here shortly after the that the ability of South Fforlda states the bulletin, "ha a heavy
I application for more than I I (Continued On Page Four)
of schedule of
torpedoing the battleship. Last speeches to P. T. A.'s I
week A. D. Smith, elder brother 60 new tire on file this week,1 I I and other large group of women. :
and former guardian of Earl, received the Redland District tire allocation Ii A motorcade of several hundred Hi message to housewives Is: 4
board could Issue permit for the H. II. S. TEAM GOES Buy Dade : : j
a telegram stating that the I i person, including members of the County Fruit and
navy department regretted to Inform purchase of only 17, E .A. Carter, vegetables, they are fresher, they I
him that hit brother had chairman of the board laid :ye*-:TO REDLAND FOR Miami Rotary Club and Rotarians' are cheaper, and by Insisting on
been killed In the service of Ms terday. No more certificate can, visiting In Miami from various home-grown produce women can
country and that it would be impossible be Issued until next ,week when'' parts of the country, will tour the! relieve the strain on railroad/ mid
\ to lend his remain home. the quota will again be 17 for that GAME TONIGHTTonight winter farming section of South' trucking line and help Dude
A* lOOn a* it It recovered, the part of Dade County youth of i Dade County this morning and arrive County agriculturist.1*
body will be burled In the locality Silver Palm drive. In Homestead at noon to be I A letter sent out by the defense.
in which Smith lost his Permit granted this week were: will be another one of entertained at luncheon In the council to retail merchant of
life, tHe telegram concluded.At at follows: those night-of-nlght for pupil Chamber of Commerce building by' fruit and vegetable' contain the
the came time, J. C. Arrant, Perry Reese, farmer, 2 tires of Homestead and Redland high the Homestead Rotary Club. following
father of John Anderson Arrant (Continued on Page Four) I I school, for at 7:30 la the Redland The feature or"the luncheon 'If each store buy 2,000 pounds
received word that his ton was gym, the basketball team of these will be a quiz program conducted' of Florida grown potatoes Instead
still mining and that there wa no institutions will clash for the second by Don Quiz of Miami in which of 2,000 pound of Maine potatoes
doubt that he had been killed In LARGE BOXES TO I time this season. question will be based on products -I. each week, it will cave transportation
action, although his body had not The bands of both high schools ,, climate and progress of the space totaling 4,1)00
been recovered.The RECEIVE PAPERIN I I(will parade through Homestead Redltmd District Some twenty-I pounds. (If the Florida potatoes
memorial service Sunday ,at 1 p. m. today to herald the fact five or thirty boxes of frullt will ire not told here they are trans-
afternoon will be conducted by ,that the game will be played to- be given a* prizes. A consolation ported to New York and, of
Dr. J. E. Johnstone, pastor of the, WAR ON WASTELarge night. prize to each person failing to course Maine potatoes must be
Homestead Baptist Church, u- I The lemon's first encounter between give correct answer will be three transported to Miami before we
slated by the Rev. Noah Peterson the two traditional rivals' Persian lime can cell them here). Diversion
L. B. Sommers of Miami, principal wood--a_ will be I I'early last month was won by The motorcade, sponsored Jointly of this business to the Dade County
of Homestead High School placed In strategic location in the II i Homestead, 28.18.Homeatead by the Miami and Homestead grower will help the,growers
when Smith and Arrant were students business district of Homestead to! swamped Andrew Rotary Clubs, will be conductedby and at the urn time help to re-
there will also be one of receive waste paper and card- Jackson High School, 54-21, in the County Agent C. H. Steffani. lease a steamship to be used In
the ipeakar Resident member board for reclamation by Miami I Miami gym Tuesday night It will leave from the Orange!I I transporting war material to
of the clan of '1137, of which paper mill This announcement I The local boys also mowed down (Continued on Page Four) necessary point."
t Smith wa a member, will attend wa made this week by Mrs. H. K. the boy of Delray Beach High -
I I v In a body. Arrant quit school Foulk, chairman of the Redland 'School, 54-11. when the OIItof'towneq JuniSr *:
Q I In his freshman year to join the District salvage committee of the|. played here last Friday R. O T. C. Units Should Be Put
navy Dade County Defense Council. night The wore at the half wa .11
:{I: a The; public la Invited to attend Just when the boxes will be In 24-2. In High Schools, Says Lions SpeakerMilitary
\ the service. (Continued on Page Four I In a close game with the Flying
I L'. of Fort Lauderdale Jan. IS In .
; I training would disrupt country n not afford to be
the Homestead the Growers
Jury Exonerates Driver of Handcar ; won 42-38. Robertson gym accounted the lives of young men leas If they caught ping.
,
1/ for 11 of his teammate 42 point received It a* part of their regular "We w now that many men
That Fatally Injured Modello Woman i!i if if .work: !in high school and college wan have I iuse i killed they In were our not previous prop.

County Grews Planting: Instead of having to give "
-- upa erly led said Mr. AUiwe-rth.
1 Struck by I handcar ;;;;car, testified that Mr*. Wu-I Trees in New City Park year or so to army life after they "Our lien have never been
crossing the F. E. C. track near I llama wa approaching the track'along reach maturity, said E. L. Alls- tra). armed or ready for any
t her home at Modello shortly before a private pathway and not+ County park department worker worth Miami school trustee and war i the time we Intered. This
S o'clock Tuesday morning. at a public or private crossing, under Foreman Judson Strick veteran of the First World War, has b. on due to a large extent to
),fJ'l. Charles A. Williams, 71, died wa exonerated of blame by the land and assisted by county prisoner in a talk to the Redland District pub' opinion which for genera-
In the James Archer Smith Ho*> verdict lie laid that Mrs. William *, are planting several hun- Lions Club Tuesday night. The ,Ik'<< hat been on Isolationist line
b pltal eight hour later. A corV *, who wss hard of hearingand dred subtropical tree and shrubsIn school district which Mr. AUa- have learned the fallacy of
! t oner's jury last night returned a wore an earphone at the time the five-acre block In Flak worth *ewe* Include Miami High attitude and have wen that a
I verdict that the accident was unavoidable of the accident, failed to heed Manor recently acquired by the School and Andrew Jackson: High I Uuge, wealthy, unarmed nation I*
following an inquest warning he gave by backfiringthe city for a park. School. In constant danger from predatory
conducted by Justice of the Peace motor of the handcar and The work wa authorized earlyIn Mr. AlUworth'i talk wit prenu II nation
Sid L Kendrick.Martin never looked up a* the handcar.. December by the county commissioners lead on the belief that military "How large a permanent armed
Feaster Smith, 26, of j approached. He estimated the I on motion of J. D. training win be required of all : force we must keep remain to
Homestead, driver of the hand-! (Continued OB Pap Four) Redd of Homestead." !1 young men front now on,since this j I I (continued on Page Four
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INy7we' "'THE 'HtMBOTEAP'.tE A Jim :-" ; iFriday'JalltJary:

Air_ Wardens to Meet south-Witt 'ne**t I!* *
13 GIRLS IN RACE:I : ; -:;:. A t f Ply 1IaII Tardgbt night in tlsetiioogestaad ettyW.

A :tttticTold Bird ' Air raid and'fire wardens In R Bheaq., 11 act I' .

'FOR QUEEN TITLE the territory front Waldln drive warder said 7eaterday,, 1.oW


AT FESTIVAL -UsTHAT "" t


a local fertilizer manufacturer and a feed supply house Opea rntil I
Thirteen girls already have en.
tered the contest for the title of I manager made an Important trip to Miami Wednesday afternoon, and .I Saturday

Jueen of the Fruit Festival, it was j It wain't in the interest of home defense either
announced this week by Mrs Herman .
Helnleln president of the j
THAT the best torn* weaves can ur about that Monde
Redland P. T A., which Is sponsoring -
the event for the second en the_hottest calendar In town la that her shoes an pretty.
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The title of Fruit Festival queen THAT with a $2OOOoon;' 000,000 army bomber bat slated lashionlailoredSUETS ] !
Will go to the girl who sells the II | .
than citizen 1 II asking why plant are not
most votes. With the title win go I for Homestead, more one ,..t.
a $100 wardrobe. A voter grand I changed Jp male OO'lphtypant addition twice a* large and a search I .: :
Jjrlze will be a combination radloDhooofftaph begun at once lor'still another engine J I ..
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55 Affy girl IS years or older whop| -
.Nilde In the territory between| SacreMag fWill be Presented '"'
fPerrlne and Florida City, Inclusive -,
1, may enter the contest Con'fttstanU Sunday Night in Episcopal ChutehA. r
: 19J75
far I
10 are: Louise Ross, Y w 4tyi
tfia Jean Irwin, Betty Ann Mar! u.
nhall, Sophie Bogardt, Jonnie Lee, ..pa jeanUirt tr : :j I John the Baptist, FranJErv o4.
ndrews, Mavis, Watts, Betty Rae' vel ltll1t"'A hope fjji..\.(ear;1 i Stillman; traveler, Mrs >A i 8aF :* b
Clark, Kathryn Marsh, Dorothy I slah in the Old Testament anuTTs,, Caves; watchman, Mr StilltrRiA; Actual 323.50
jHalrllp: Peggy OBrien, Annie fulfillment 1at1A 1i'eV.'tIl'c-.l1\e.u herald angel.. MaVgaret Stillman; ValifcIiMnl. /
I t
uHuth Lee Mary Mlnello and Kath-' will be pre.dtioti .1\1 It\"oftl\', othef angels, Anne Rheney Barbara r R

ripen Freeman. "II" .."i j l Episcopal;! *Church*** .5uatTft'cIT lng:I' )Wakefield\ ; shepherds Philip! T..a7A. '.:wt 4
J= All entries should be male by 1,"", -n l f'1'e 11\ Shelmarf, NortonWakrffne, Sensational Buys a&
jeb: 8 'to any of the following: ServtceLeagul': under'the "dlrEc-'>Johnnie Foulk; the Virgin Mary,
fSClis Julia Sullivan, Mrs I ton bf ff W, H K. Pendleton. 'I'Vara Rheney;Joseph, Bruce Scott; This Low. Prleel i t
)..Ienflftgton, Mri Chal'll'l I The.VYimatlc features of the children, members of primary department : J
Clarenoe Gray a musO program rendered by ; women, Suzanne Brown,
The contest will end Saturday, service...will, supplement, by,I.Bettle Stillman, Barbara Miller,
Eeb 14, the last day of the festival I the cholrof the churcth, Q] Doris Singleton, and the wise men 's ,
;and the, queen will be crowned The cast characters as t&cy ap-I the Rev Ceo H. Ricks, Mr,. StUl- t 1Kate
.that}Itht at 10 o'clock. I pear follows: \mon and Stanley Wittkop Featsn!O g 1 w
I I AdamFrank Mausman; 'Eve,I Mrs Ceo N. Wakefield it :as- t tsa
Inzanell Roman; Abraham, Bruce aistant director of the pageanf; '11wfe >d
Scott;.Moses, Frank Rice; Jloseai ,I Mrs Ralph Klngmlln, costumer; -
'lWhatY I i i Norton Wakefield; Arfios,' Trhest i and Mrs Julian H. Webster .organist Alt w ohs Lope d r .
Jenner, Isaiah Wilson Austin. i cs
and tot
Io1R fed boa
Both ,bleat
v off-t Val they

CONSERVE TIRES- bold a press. double t:


' O ENGINETRANSMISSIONEVERY- VITAL PART bTested Yleafastened. single trousers of ,twill nude .


Chevrolet'i "Car Conservation lined' .
new pew e r 1 ,
i Plan" Is designed Ilapdsomeo oy,
to help you keep your car ,
Cb
rev/ I
es
serving faithfully lot Hieduration I r angreen' d

and Invites your I
cooperation on the follow- I
ing points ((1)) Observe the I

simple, fundamental, thrifty
I
; rules of car care, such a* Y
I ,II Biscayne Blvd, at 13th StFX "
tirt Inflated
: 1 keeping properly
i I f Lauderdale 1(1 ff Andrew s AveMJROTM1.
: I checking battery
s water,oil, etc. . ((2)) Get a I
>: K'-A .WIM:
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5 simple! service "check-up".
{ I 1 at your Chevrolet dealer's' I - ': r
t
: d now, and avoid major troubles
later. . ((3)) See your L'J I
Chevrolet dealer regularly.

, MAKE ROOM 'J

, There are waste corner and'

1 spaces In your home In wluelt
nuu CMVtDUT"WNuivAnoN Miim VMAUZIw MIVICD" [ our M 11 Work w.11 make )Juxu;*

' 1 to A* MM .. Un w* tiwkt I rlous' shelf-and-closet room*"

1 1. Till IIIVICI (I. .....n. I attractively *- ponvenlently
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i L RADIATOR (H Gar ee.rd cook, \ i
log ,,_). ;_ call us In-for a'talk
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aM 4. CAIIUIITOI AND 'UllPUMP I Lumber, Hardware, Rash, Doors, Tools '4
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MINT (MtM NTMa. lad b.eare.e.w..a -
w rabbae,. t
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wi..le0aeh.ked.IMM4 +..W.pd NWOdrwrChewew ,aI.eA PAINTING, llflMSHIN, ( ,., .
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31 ocrION ....---.-..- -REDLANDOISTRICT'S-LEADING sGRO CERTDELIVERIES l ,.'

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pN FIRSTID :, '.,:

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-: E Sixty-'. \a penoni have signed
Sip so far for the Red Cross first
.i mild classes taught by MIM Jose-
. shine; Cook under the auspices of
Bhe Junior Woman Club of
Qiomestead. _e'
5 First Instruction was given to I
Mass' of bcf Dnert:Monday after.
- noon at the clubhouse of the

.o',.:: this'.Woman's was' followed Club of by Homestead another class and 9 A. M.10:30. M.-2:30P.M.-4:00 P. M.-. P. M. Saturday

ff ,
be&lnQera'orpnlzed. in the
School art room
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1 3HomeskeaHigh; .
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6 A cbss In advance* first aid -
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Swat: otfanbed;,*t,'Uft, IQaman'i STANDARDCORNED
+r .dint at 3M.We taeads a L .
J' -hrt Mfw,Cs.h' reviewedtt ?

.".'. ".,e. 't\t4-bfan-ar'kA.tJr efii b a3mst ,'.'.''wert 14 dear.gr3uar'peaatici : ".! '. .:. BEEF ib...can tic: '

*.ted: -1'bta CUSA open .to
.pitee* who1 hare TlasCn4 the .be- Limit"One To Customer
r flits-'s'' course '!. first. aid,,,win -
saeett ff'*- temv plaice'"'eveWedeelderlsltht' rr' . .
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tor five weflu -
nor the course of 10 hours I PREMIER
:. .Those who were not Able to atJend FRESH PORK FANCY BEEF
,the first session of any of SPAGHETTI jar 45c
tbdt classes will be. ,
admitted next '
:wads wreekl; Uptake;.ncl' arrangements up the first will lesson be NECK BONES Ib.l2c Chuck Roast, Ib.. 32c OSCEOLAVACUUM

:!'ro 'Then on, however: ro adds CORN 12C
:iional members'Avill be admitted I I3leu1ar !I FEET _ _ Ib. 15c PACKED
attendance is ,
required of
etirolUng. Sliced Bacon lb. 32c
{: Tt8molled in the Monday I TAILS - Ib. 18c WINDEX bottle 15c
tfteMeginnen' first aid clan3t .I .. -
tl'iawoman's - ---
club building BLUE PLATEHAYONSAISE
are:
glr.J1d Mrs Sam J. Davis, Mrs'I EARS - - lU 15c
Jrank Hausman. Mrs E. B. Mcapnrralv FILLETS OF SALT t pt. 31c
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Mrj. M. Ethel Ash, Mrs-1
j.i(JK*Jl-ield. Mrs. Leslie Ditter ,
I JIiJK:, -?:bris Peterson, Mrs. Ada I Pure Pork Mackerel 2 for ::15c ,
IpUde: JMri J. N. WeatherlY, Mrs.!I I E ;sfEW.lge.can:1Sc: :
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nft Field Mrs. Frank Mcllwaln, -
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31n.uburn Pelllnger, Mrs. John I HomemadeSausage '
W.!Graves, Mrs:_Russell Home, MORNING BRACERCOFFEE :
r :Jlrs::Cordon Irey, Mrs T T. Bow I Fresh Killed 4
;Jn, Sirs. 6, L. Dickinson, Mrs Ib.3Oc Ib. Z3c.Poultry .
;7. Waldron and Miss Maggls ,
:jay.L C'j BULK BROWN
EnfQlles
in the Monday
Beginners, clans at the high 31b. 2Sc
re: Mr and Mrl Adrian Real Barbecue SUGAR
JDr. and Mrs Ceo D. JaCObS'1! _
fend Mrs L. C Dodd, Mrs Ib. JOLLY TIME
;"lawyer, Mrs Walter Weiss Mrs. SPARE RIBS GEM OLEO i9c
POP CORN 3
:}L K. Foulk, Mrs. M. A. Berger, cans 2Sc .
::1ofn.lIprry'O ,
Hall Mrs C. Hag
.Jer Rich Mrs Henry Brooker, Jr."I !
Mrs, Annie Brooker, Mrs. Arthur
: 'Vlretllo, Mrs Herman Marks, Mrs.I \
John Coss, Mrs. J. D. Perkins, GUAVA ORANGE
f Miss Mosley Sever, Miss Hazel
[Pennlngton Miss Barbara Done, j
t 'Eaton Misses Miss.Esther Geraldine and Helen Reitz.Living Miss Jelly or Marmalad )b.can 19c

:Phyllis Parman, W. E. Ewing,
Harry E. Cooper and Jai A. El.jder -
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Members of the advanced first HEINZ 57KETCHUP t
aid class which meets In the wom*
'.an'. club building Wednesday VEGETABLES bottle
Ige. :I9c :
'!nights are: Mrs James L. Bird ,
{l''Mrs. Augustus Wynn, Mrs T. J. ---- ,
Walker, Mrs Frank H. Bernecker,
I Mrs M. McLaughlin, Mrs R. R WINESAP BEEFSTEAK,
Klnard, Mrs Geo, H. Fitzpatrick, '
APPLES 4 Ibs. ; SAUCE w 25c
!Mrs Eugene Fdntalne., Mrs T. E 25c
Kirby Mrs Annie Bellows, Mrs ,
j IJ. E, Gauzens,Mri E. A..Buchanan 4TIESH
LOCAL
; Mrs. A. L. Home, Mrs L. L. ,
j Field and Miss Mary McNeill. =CUCUMBER FICKLE. bottle
I LETTUCE 2 for 17c Ige. 25c I
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. 'READ THE WANT-ADS
SUNBEAM

RUTABAGA - lb. 4c TOMATOES, 2 cans 25c


Body and RED BLISS CELO

Fender Work I POTATOES 10 Ibs. ,,33c Marshmallow, pkg.' 17c ,:


COOKING YORKAPPLES

PAINTING VINEGAR qte bot. 34c
SEAT COVERSUPI1OLSTERY 5 Ibs. 25c ,

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i band will also collect paper forth the Homestead Methodist Church, '

I IBELEADER-ENTERPRISE TROOP 23; BOY SCOUTS I benefit of its music fund. in charge. Turner Funeral Home I CURRENT t

II I Scrap metal will be collected by was in charge of arrangements. T

OF AMERICABy the Homestead Future Fanners. A The body was aent last night by COMMENT .1

DIN AUCHEB. _.._.'_Id..' Sad Miter' Leroy FlUhurh, Reporter I' telephone message to the office of train to Eolia Mo. escorted by I
Ceo. N. Wakefield, C. W Reynolds, a son of Mrs.
adviser
their
AkJORIC LEACH ARCHER __I .1[ By AGNEW WELSH
1-rmiT ..* Trawer r 73-J, will bring a truck to pickup William by a former marriage ---,- -
The regular weekly meeting on who flew down from his home in
any metal anywhere In the Elites' Motel Mr. W.bktammmlf .;.._
Monday, Jan. 19, was opened by ..
Topeka for the funeral __
P.bu.heJ FI..,. ., H_...... Pia.N the flag salute and the : I district I Mrs. Williams who camel to the M U am MrrMMM kl< 'Vammfmtt.ttor or .t M-
,
tIM South Dade ,.bl..I., C-...... I electedI The meeting of the Redland District Mil kk aplnloM. AddnM MMMBU
UBSCRiniON RATES Theodore Oifanedea was salvage committee was attended Redland District six years ago eat... to A.n_ Walsh, t-M.-I.: rj fc
scribe. Billy Murry Henry Peters shortly after her marriage to Mr.WWJama lath street Mitral, IT*.
!. O4 CoK.tr- __ ,IMOatolde by Mn. C. H. Reeder of
K Dodo Coat-H.M and Leroy Fltzhugh were ap- I Miami, chairman of the salvage Modello pioneer, leaves Among the IncongrultUes the .'
pointed for the program commit besides her husband and the son
'division of the Dade De-
County
Entered: no ..stead el.. .all ..the i war has brought In It a return to.
Slant ii. UIL of 'M Pat Sinter NH.e.t.ad tee.John fense Council and by Grady realy mentioned, another son, J.
Piselds. wader 'M alt oC McLean, Billy Dickinson :Phelps of the salvage departmentof H. Reynolds ol Venezuela, a lortc-and-buggy days. A southern -
,
March L In. and Theodore Orfanedes presented the city of Miami. daughter Mrs. C D. Lovell of i Indiana carriage maker, the

I program consisting of discussion Uilia: and three sisters, Mrs. J. P. I art of his trade, baa ordera for

The CTC of the defense need of salvage I, Dye; and Mn. J. W Gillun of 1100 buggies and one of them U for

materials. They also held a TIRESContinued Bowling Green, Mo.. and one other Walter Chrysler. But where if old
In response to a demand for a tracking contest liter whose name was not Dobbin? Oh, he will belong s

clear-cut explanation at to the I A committee was appointed to I : arned.JUNIORR.O.T.C.. ; the Chicago horse market,

purposes behind: the CTC, a statement make arrangements for the booth ( from Page One) closed 20 years, U to reopen. And : '
in the Fruit Festival On the I and 2 tubes; Virgil Lyon, bottled
has just been Issued from, committee come next spring, you gals' will ,,
are: Billy Melton, Billy !I gat dealer, 1 tire; Daniel Williams, be making your own laundry lOOp
the Florida regional office at the Dickinson, John McLean, and Joe farmer, 4 tires and tubes; H. L. out in the back yard. :1'

University of M:ami. I Sincore. All of the troop will help'I Cox and Son, farmers, 1 tube; ,. e :

WHAT THE!: CTC IS: The Civ- i these boys.A I John G. Williams, farmer, 2 tires (Continued from Page One) About 2 p. m. on Jan. 20 the .

illun Technical Corps Is a nonmilitary special meeting was called i and tubes; O. B. Parker (holder of be decided, but if we can eventually several times repeated rattling of
non-combatant of I
pnid volunteer, c.villan: craftsmen body I Friday, Jan. 19, to discuss "Scout government contract to supply give military training to thebo'l windows in Miami made some: \
Participation In National Defense.*: milk to the army garrison in Key in only our senior high think we were being bombarded "a
established the British '
to maintain by and government tech-I On Saturday, Jan. 23, the Boy, West). 2 tires and tubes: J. E. schools, It will furnish a nucleus but it was determined that the "'.

repair Scouts will make a of the'I Campbell farmer, 2 tires and and (
nical used by naval canvass reservoir of partially trained Incident was due to alight earth i;i
equipment
military and air forces of the British -. Homestead area to collect old tubes; Dr. C H. Denby, 2 tires and men which will be of great value tremors, the first of record to fart (

and their allies. U. S. citizens, worn out tires, bottles, qewspa- tubes; R. D. Frier, farmer, 1 tire; to our country my knowledge ,oei: Guest we .

mny join without lost of citizen I pen, and scrap metal, Wm. Musselwhlte, farmer, :2 tires "One group looks upon military have a right to one once in awhile " I

ship. There la no oath of Proceeds from this, collection and 1 tube; Clifton Gossman, raining in our high schools.as a haven't we? Anyhow there ,t",

glance to the king. The alll-I I will be used for defense stamps farmer, 2 tires and tubes (obsolete federal government problem. This I. no need of alarm for oil well .

a uniformed civilian or' and for scout activities.The I size, not counted In quota); Frank group says that when Washington drillers find we have torn 5,009

KIND OF MEN Homestead troop received i Irwin, road patrolman, 2 tires and Is ready, it will set up junior R. feet of rock below ut. Then too, 1

between the ages of 18 nlzauon'l a letter of appreciation from the[tubes; A. L. Lanier, farmer 2 O. T. C. units, and furnish necessary we would have to have several Jyt
.
needed at radio mechanics chief of police orMlamt to th*VMS and tubes; C. F Waldron, equipment and training personnel hundred to keep up with: Califor-. ;,
five boys who aided in directing Ureduce dealer, 2 tires and tubes :;
metal workers, electricians, In- ; \, and then we can apply for nla' record.
trument repairers (such as watchmakers traffic on New Year's night. The [Bryant and Lounsbury, farmers, It; in Dade County. e a e t.' .-,

and jewelers), automobile five boys were: Sam Biondo, Ger. .' 1 tube. "The other group says that our The Dade County banks fold .: '

mechanics, and men with various aid Andrews, Joe Sincore, Billy The office of the tire allocation educational system Is a state and Curing November and; early De- ;. f

kinds of training in the maintenance Melton and Leroy Fltzhugh. j board was changed from PrestonB. county proposition that our local cember war detente bonds to the ;

and repair of electrical All boys Interested in joining, Bird Motor Co. to the office of school boards and county superin amount of $122,717 and the vsri- .

equipment. the Boy Scouts are welcome.. Our,!I the county agricultural agent, adJoining tendentlargely control what Itot OUt post office sales were $130,071. ... .:;1 ;

HOW TO SIGN UP- Men who I regular meeting BXJ on Mondays I' the city hall at the meet Is not taught here, and that

t are Interested may join the CTC i at 3:30: In the Future Farmer club bigot the board Wednesday after hey should take the lead in establishing . Dr. Britten to Speak ,.

by filling out an application blankat \house. t noon. County Agent C. H. Stet military training now At Townsend Meeting '''7.:1

the University of Miami. fanl will act as secretary and A. when most of the boys want It '. -" -
WHAT HAPPENS IF ACCEPTED I ''H.' Meybem has been appointed functioning 'Ott
Homestead Girl Scouts When we get it and Dr. fred Britten will addretf
: It accepted, a CTC member is I inspector. when our government is able, we dub lithe
j the Homestead Townsend
sent a* soon at possible to Canadafor I. Barbara Miller, geribe "The change was made In order can ask for federal supervision .
Neva King Cooper School :au-, .,
I short of I after us"A to remove any room for complainton to
a period training, I and establishment of regular junior
aternooti. ..
dltorium at :3 o'clock: Sunday -: t
which he iafl. tar England to assume At our meeting Tuesday had; the ground that the office ofI R. O. T. C. unit. After all, His subject wlll" >eThe':?

hit duties'.under the supervision colors repeated the laws and i I the board was in the building of in a democracy, the federal government Next Amendment to theTohsfltu- -

of the corps. I promise and sang "Hall to th in': lire I dealer," Mr. Carter said. frequently, f not always, tlon of the United States of Ai4url.ca ...
WAGES AND LIVING ARRANGEMENTS 'Several protests on this ground rather than I"
Scouts", "The Keeper", and follows public opinion LFESTIVJiT
: Free board and "Hymn of Scouting". :! were received.. I wish to say creates It.

living quarters are provided by I i I A badge relay was played with however, that the services of Mr. "I advocate this latter.course, g

the British government. Salaries/ one person illustrating a badge Bird as inspector and of his book- for In every community there are '
.
range from 24.12 a week for basic picture and then I keeper, E. F, Marshall as secretary men who have had sufficient
by drawing a (Continued from Page One) 3
workers to '3 W3 a week for chief were entirely unselfish andVie military training to make them ? '
I the rest of the group figuring out to produce food during TCVERJf
foremen. board Is deeply appreciative of 'capable of teaching high schoolboys
what badge it is. .
MONTH or THE YEAR )1 delja
FREE CLOTHING Distinctive 1 j.JJi* time and effort that they have at least the fundamentals of _)
The senior patrol la going to in
tined to an Important part |
I play
clothing with special Insignia: is J devoted gratuitously to tire In- army drill, and I am sure a sufficient
decorate the Girl Scout booth at our winning the war."O! I 1 i- 1.
provided fret by. the British government ejection and clerical work in con- number of these men wouldbe
the Fruit Festival ,
I I i fA.I The bulletin, which4befog.. r i
The Grizzly Bear patrol worked 1 tiectlon with the Issuing of per. willing to give of their time sent to hotels and other tourist i:
FREE; MEDICAL CARE: Free 1 I I mlts. without compensation to do this I
which look
on their dish gardens '. centers in Miami, advites the prospective 1
medical and "Of the tire sales
treatment hospitalization -i authorized by, work until better arrangements "
very nice. follows;:
facilities provided by the this board to date two have visitor aa :
are I I only can be made.
Sally Suber, hostess, served "If don't have a car or wantto
you
British government. In the eventof been made by Mr. Birds service "This work could be carried out
chocolate candy. save your tires, jusUakfi-A-but -:: :
death attributable ,
a or disability station as part of our physical education ,-
to service, pensions will be j:;;.Persons who receive permit, program, possibly one hour a day from MIami-It will-iwag".You ii} :
Food Be Sold : to the Fruit Festival in t
Stampalo ; right !I :
paid on the same scale and under fail' Carter warned, should be for three days a week. Nothing "

applicable At New Location: Here|careful to return part C of the will do a boy more good than to Homestead.Other Florida hich are i II'

permit to the secretary or they learn something of military disci. schedule
i ? VACATIONS WITH PAY: Basic United States Food Stamps will I will find themselves ineligible to plane and etiquette. It teaches being held as thefbllowlng.in spiteof .

worken all receive two weeks snot i be sold) here on Jan. 29 butI' receive certificates In the future. him to respect authority, honor the war Include
Kit Carton:
leave with pay per annum; chief sale of them will be held Feb t his flag and love his country and according to Secretary *

foremen receive three week leave I' and Feb. 12 at the old !Enterp t*, to be honorable and obey orders Pinellas County Fair; The Orange
f RS. Edison
I WILLIAMS Festival Florida State Fair, -
with
Insteadof
pay. building on Mowry street "Some schools In Florida already -
WORKING HOURS: Volunteers i at the Chamber of Commerce have Junior R. O. T. C.unitsnotably. Pageant of Light, Central Flo-

i are on call to work with the unit! building, it was announced this. "I lq (Continued from Pale One) Robert E.: Lee High I rida Exposition, February Rodeo, t.

to which they are assigned. Mini week. iliiindcar was traveling at about 20 School of Jacksonville and some Strawberry Festival, DeSoto Pageant I

mum hours are 48 a week; maximum \ Interruption of the stamp sale 11! miles an hour. When he realized Tampa schools. Boys from these and Festival of Statet.

60 hours. and the change in place of sale U:i that the woman was stepping into schools who go on to college l\IOTORCADE 1 It

I PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT: |necessitated by the fact thai i Qledie!', path of the car, he applied the having R. O. T. C units will posses

Volunteers wU! be assigned to,, Chamber of Commerce building r i brakes but the locked wheels aUdi a decided advantage over boys : E

posts in the United Kingdom of'!must be prepared for the F ruff i$>n the roils which were still wet who have not had this preliminary (Continued from" Page One) ''f i
elsewhere overseas. Ass'gnmentimay : Festival to be held Feb. 614.SALVAGE .- 1 Iron dew he testified.Constable training.
Bowl Stadium at 8,30. drive I
change from time to time.
J. M. Scarborough 'Many school 'officlalll, Including -
l throulht Grove and take !.
LENGTH OF SERVICE: Volunteers skid that measurements he had Mr. J. T.'Wilson, county superintendent -
enroll for three yean or for 1| the East Dixie highway to Chap
taken showed that the handcar and Mr Colin En- I
the duration of the war. which- man Field, the first stop. From
l had proceeded 31 feet after the glish, state superintendent favor
ever la the shorter period. "I (Contlnued-from Pile OfftM Impact, which had thrown Mn.I military training U it can be there the Rotarians will go to

RELEASE TO U. S. IF NEEDED: place will be announced on /I I Williams beneath the motor. handled properly. Others are South Allapattah Gardens and I

If the U. S.-government should of word from the mills which. ......, Replying to questions by Coroner skeptical of trying It until federal thence via Mowry drive through
services of the East Glade farming section to II
require the any mem-
i I furnish them. Kendrick, both Smith and Ms supervision can be provided"Miss
ben of the CTC the British government I of the local 'and Henry Homestead. An exhibition of crop 1i
At a meeting superior, Harvey D. Boone of SI. Elaine Frey '
has agreed to release committee last *week It 111\11"1 Augustine, engineer of water service Perry of Miami played two accordion ,dusting by airplane wlfl! be staged \\1

them mimedistely.MEN cided that proceeds from the Ml, for the F. E. Co,. said that I medleys, while GutW'IIII" for the vision an the East Glade
ACCEPTED if they are of I After the luncheon, the motorcade
In the boxes entertained with
of the paper placed railway handcart have no horn, Orchestra
draft age, will be deferred from will be used by the Woman' Club siren or other warning device several dance numbers. Membersof will be conducted through i:
the U. S being the fruit-growing section of the Ii
service la Army by :
of Homestead and Junior Woman'i i but rely on the unmuffled ex'plosions the orchestra are: Ila Jean Irwin i
This authori i District The Subtropical
ClasTl-B Redland
placed, in Club of Homestead In joint promotion -' l and backfiring of the piano; Bobby McLaughlin
IIItIon, whicl).opmet from, the national I of a program on entertainment -j motor to give warning of their ap- and Cut Wynn saxophones; How- Experiment Station as well a*
of the U. S. of the district r
show
headquarters and recreation for the' proach. ard West and Willard Norman, other place .
has been I will be vislt d. The last place on
Selective Service, ap-
i !
soldiers stationed in Homestead The accident took place near the trumpets: and Charles Steftandrums. ,
because of the Importanceof r the Itinerary of the visitors will
proved and the nearby Florida key*. t north end of the Williams packIng .
the CTC willrenderin be the of DwIght NayjMlaifmi
the service
1 grove
soldiers stationed at
Paper brought to the receptacles house. Mrs. Williams was on Nineteen -
the "A'd to England" program. should be tied in bundles or placed j her way from her home to the Homestead were guests of' the clubat Rotarian, on Redlard; rend between
Word has been received by the Silver Palm And .l }inllk
| In sacks! Mrs. Foulk said. home of a step-ion Dan Williams, this meeting.
Florida regional office: of the Civilian I drives where each family represented
School track. Mn. Clayton Sedgwkk Cooper,
I; The Homestead High on the opposite side of the
Technical Corps that packages In the motorcade will be*
who
and world trawler, I
Funeral service were held at author :
sent to member of this corps In the Redland District given a bag and invited (o pfck1 !
j 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon lit now live, .
should inquire at Room 102, Administration : home
In England are duty-free. Turner Funeral Home with theI will be speaker next Tuesday j 25 pound of fruit to take _
building University
Qualified mm who are interested i souvenir of the
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Rv. T. A. Ferguson pastor of ladle Bight -
In enlisting in the corps of Miami In Coral GeblM. I ,






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:Friday Jariuary 23, 1942 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Five i

Archer Smith Hospital will be returned Young and daughter Juanlta, otPawsuska Mr. and Mrs Frank Bass who i
to their home In Hialeah i Okla.. arrived last week have been living in the Brockett .
I
today. to Visit Mr. and Mrs Willis Clark. cottage are now making their home t
In and Around I with Mr. Basso's mother, Mrs. (
Frank Little of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Fritz Schroeder visited Mr.I Regina CaregnanL w
Iowa, is visiting his brother-in- and Mrs. E. H. Chase In Miami ,
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law and sister, Mr. and Mn. f. Tuesday. I I Mr. and Mn. E. R. Tlsdale ot
Homestead M. Kent. I Redland have rented the Brockett
:i Harry M. Deglar returned to' cottage on Eighth street
Mn. Ida Smith of Lakota, Iowa, Key West Sunday after a weeks'
. Is visiting Mr. and Mn. M. C. visit here with his family Joe E. Faller of Miami ts visiting -
, Kent, her brother-in-law and Mrs. N. M. Dayno.
:
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Mrs. Jas. T. White of Washingt Mr. and Mrs. Louis McNeill the sister. Mr. and Mrs O. S. Dasher of
t' ton, D. C. visiting her brother- Rev. and Mn C. W. Sanders, Mr. ElUcott City Md., who arrived Miss Ingeborg Mattson who has)
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Curtis Dodson, Mrs. Either Carl Lindgren of Goulds was Monday are visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. been visiting at the home of Mr.
L. Skill, for several week Smith, Mils Anne Page, Miss '
, frank taken to the James Archer Smith H. Simmons. (Continued on Page Eight)
-- Winnie Dougan. and the Rev A..Z. -
Hospital for treatment.FLORIDA
yesterday
t I
: Mrt. riieldlng Ruff left Sunday PenneL Mr. and Mrs. G. Cummings of SAVING TUES
111:for New Orleans where the will I Atlanta Mich.,, who arrived In To tires automobile
ft take a 'boat for Puerto Rico tor Kenneth Graves, son of Mr. and December save companies
are remodeling their
. i Join her husband who is em- Mn. John Graves of Homestead, em home say transfer front tires to
i on Eighth street
diagonally opposite rear wheel
t t' ployed there. fell while playing at school Tuesday By Warren Severy I I
____ and vice vena, every 1,000 or
and broke his collar bone.
; John Graves returned to his,
* 4 000 miles
of Chief ofI
i James Sullivan ion
home from the James Archer
I 4 police and l>1rL O. H. Sullivan, 1* H. L. Davis, superintendent of Mn. E. J. Rhodes was a week Smith Hospital on Monday. Mrs I,
, fin the James Archer Smith Hoii construction for the oversea pipe end guest of her daughter, Mn F. Turner of Cleveland arrived .
at pltal receiving treatment for injuries line, has rented Miss Bertha Nil W. D. Ingram, in Miami. Mrs 'Saturday to care for him.
; "j' received when he fell from Hautman's house in Porvernir. Ingram tailed Monday for her I EXPERT
, a Bell Telephone truck Tuesday. home in Delicloso, Cuba. Enjoying a fish fry Saturday tt ,
. the home
of
Mr. and Mn J. S.
; Mr Sheldon Lindsey returned Harrisburg, Pa., left for their Mrs. Mabel Haskell of Endi- Caves were Mr. and Mrs. J. Coker BARBERING :
In Clearwater .
; Sunday to her borne week-end with home yesterday after visiting Mr. cott, N. Y. spent three days at and Mr. and Mn. J. W. Caves andsons
jTafter spending the Ruffner't brother-in-law and sister the home of Mn. Edith Tamblynlast
" f her aisler. Mn Lloyd Byrd, in Mr. and Mn Dan Williams week. i Ronald and MerrelL"' Haircut.. ......._. SOc:

r ;Homestead. of ModeUo. I Mr. and M-A;: : S. Rivers announce Shave .__. ._... .._ _"_' 15c
E. L. Lawrence Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hall of Fred the birth of a daughter on Shampoo (Plain) .. __ _.__ SOc:
, "''..accompany. his mother, Mrt. M. M. for Mitt admission Celia Harper's to Richmond application Medical rick, Okla. and Mr. and Mrs. B. lan 20 at the Kendall hospitaLBEAN j Shampoo (Medicated) __.. ?Se f

; u Lawrence to her home In Damas- College hat been accepted, according since . ._ ...... .. tic

. jcui. __ to word received by her Facial ._ ... _..____. aGe
Howard Parman of Chicago U mother, Mn. Chat. T. Harper. Facial Pack .. ..__.___.M 7S 1
/ 'is visiting his brother and ilsterln.i Mist Harper will receive a B. S. Combination Facial ._.._ 75
Mr and Mn. C. J. Parman, degree from Florida State College CLEANING BELT
flaw hit father, William Parman. for Women in June and she will Tome . _. _...__ 15c
; I vand enter the medical school In July. Mustache Trim ... . ...._.._.. 110BUSH'S
f'' Mr. and Mr-: C. T. Anderson ,
. s of Naranja entertained on Tuesday Mrs. William A. Kopp and Infant and
Mr.'and Mrs Grady Davit of daughter, Elinor Stewart, \
: Lyons, Ga. .and on Wednesday, born last week in the James I
r Mr. and Mn. ,L, ,H. Hllson of Archer Smith Hospital, will be BarberShop
1 TOMATO WASHING MACHINE
-
' Miami. returned to their home tomorrow. i iI I

William HaW of Goulds Joe Nesbitt son of Mr. and Mrs. Op*. City HallDoyouiree1 I
:j underwe tpl>:,f>e'raUon Wednetb James Nesbltt, suffered a broken
day In the James Archer Smith arm when he was bit by a volleyball NOW IN OPERATIONFOR !

.I Hospital,. -_ on the school grounds last
week. .
Mr. and Mrs: Curtis E. Lee had CONVENIENCE'
I-. as visitors Sunday Mr. and MnI1 Mn. Ted Wt and Infant : ,

t Leo MCNallytiof! ; ;.Louisville, Ky. daughter born_.in"the, the.JamesTURNER'S .
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i Phone 270 Homestead, Fla. Chiropractic Is doing its share
in aiding the nation to improved :.
health and efficiency: America
needs the best you can give, at
1 I this Emergency time) Let Chiropractic : \
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1 i' Anticipate Your Fertilizer Needs I Ij today.1:30:122to4:306toI: HOURS: | f t I

Tuesdays: ':31 te nIl to I:SISandays

; by Appointment i

j! Some fertilizer materials have gone under 0. P. M. Dr. Re J. ElliottCHIROPRACTOR j


!II" control and the supply will be limited. Others have ad- McCrory Phone MlWHOMESTEAD.Arcade I


!: vanced in price due to heavy buying. There will be a FLORIDA l


;1 shortage in some materials due to boats being called into I DR.M.A.BERGERDentist I: .


il government service. Anticipate your needs for the next 6> ." I


I' ,months and advise ,your dealer, manufacturer so he may Pint National Bonk !

Building
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i I .', place his orders to care for normal consumption. ..w: Office Hours 8:30-4:30

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100 Ib. bags, all brands accepted if in good condition. Don't L

I hold bags too long as they will rot.
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I AUTHOR SPEAKS OF MARRIAGE CUSTOMS The Calendar' MISS CATHERINE STEFFANI IS BRIDE:

WHEN B. P. W. C. HONORS BRIDE MEMBER I-------- OF KENNETH BRYANT O.? PRINCETON

Jan. 23-All-day meeting of -__._--
Mrt Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper, report called for by the president, I Princeton Home Demonstration Mr. and Mn Chas H. Steffanl Mrs Bryant has spent} most of
author of "My Lady of the Chinese Mn Ben Archer, Mrs. B A. Tib- I Club at home of Mn W. WBethea I are announcing the marriage of I her life In Homestead where her
Courtyard" 'and- numerous other bits, defense chairman and head their daughter Catherine, to Ken- father, county agricultural agent,
books, gave a particularly Inter- of South Dade Unit of the Red I Jan. -Meeting of HomesteadArt neth Bryant of Princeton on Jan and her mother a former,P. T A.
eating talk on marriage customsin Cross which the club U sponsorIng Club at home of Mn W. R. 7. The marriage, which was a surprise I president, have taken prominent
China and other oriental coun- reported that the linlf work Anderson. to both friend and relative, part In the community life. She
tries at a meeting of the Homestead is steadily increaslnf and 'that t Jan. 28-Meeting of Jennie Lob- took place In Fort Lauderdale attended Homestead High School.
Business and ProfessionalWomen's much more financial aid will be dell Circle at borne- of Mn A.. M. where the ceremony was performed Mr. Bryant Is a son of Kin C.

CUb Monday night when needed from the sponsor ,Lagan ._. by Judge. Bojf4.ILAaderUrLuid Proton,*.He.was "
roll frail response* were good The Junior I Woman's ;,Club of Jaa: 28-Meetinl of Dade County son, -' ABff:1pf., Redland.j- Hijth,
Women'
Federation of in
wishes to loin Charles Schatter. Homestead, she said, hat agreed to I Chiba Mn. :W. Slnuxosr ot School"and hmniaeaanihtad.wiin.Ms. : '.'t49iw
the former lUll Ann Lee, and a take, over entirely the, first aid Redland.Jan. Called' Miami were the attendants nnrletM- t-inshnrywln-a\ *., :
M
gift from the Other Humbert was : phase ot the will _*Xtt> -Fruit Ho Ulftea4' P. 'T. A meetingof.: executive f-f'D..'' bride .wottfa 'bbscktao* ,paesdnsM>iiasnH tq liiil.i.r&ti : .:
pmeatedL to. the bride, Mn. r.t4MaI.aDcL the,first std quarters board at 3& e'clock.' I white snemblerwKh-waits 'ae.. ., --= >l frits' i>***''tar: : :
Cooper told also of vroman'a work will be inside.the cottoga,booth ,Jan 2 MeejQRg pf Redland .W: .eenofle 1 .and aco age.4f.swet. *j th..Lcsshempwbnessts dos '. y..;
and status.M'China' Mob al- b.118' Lumber Com .. ., ,Pe1tcetotr s ; ta.aR r .,,
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medaa couatrtei' and of changer a. C, S. .at_,Abase.est Mrs. Z'lrog; ...,; 4tr
pew 4e this year. offs lag t.4he BrewerJan : '
westernisation haa brought, Red Cross. JO-Book' tea *t Dome of MISS GLADYS CAMPEELL'WEDDEj'e': : ;
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The meeting; was held at the This will leave the-Bttsm.tts.and Mrs. W. J. Clark..
horn of Mn.. J. Kammett on Professional Women Club;: she Jaa 11-Wbte. elephant sale TO HARRY C. -HILL!OP-SOUTH. MIAMIA :
.n road. Mrs.. Charles Clinesmiled said,. free to sell fruit' juice'and sponsored by Homestead Band Patrons .-_;" _.to' __ "_'; _1r ...
the gift to Mn. fruit from the cottage porch Mrs. I I surprise to friends and relatives -. ict..Sha.attslded. ,Honof*. .
jr.Herbert W. J. Krome and other have Feb. Meeting of Garden Clubat was the marriage of Miss High School and has recently
Katz, program promised to jive fruit, and Mrs, home of Mn D. M Snow in employed by Fucbs Baking C I
olik.. jn for the month and chair. Krome will furnteh an electric Florida City Gladys Campbell, daughter of Mr. pany of South Mlamt -'.
man of a special Fruit Festival Juicer I f Feb. 2-Meeting of Junior Women and Mrs Ceo Campbell of Homestead The bridegroom came to Homestead -
committee, announced that the Mrs Froacher was made chairman '* Club in clubhouse.Feb. and Harry Clemmer Hill, with hU mother About fif-
club will\ be permitted to sell Juice of the fruit and juice project.'1 Meeting of Homestead son of Mrs Maud Hill of South teen yean ago Heattended
at the festival for Its Red Cross I Hostesses for the evening, fill'I B P. W. C In Chamber of Commerce Miami. The marriage took place Homestead High Sc.hooJ." and nowIs
fund J. E. Cauzena and Mrs. building I Jan. 4 In Everglades City a salesman for Fuc s Baking
Mrs. E. A, Froscher, public affairs were assisted In serving Ice cream, I Feb. 3-All-day meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bowden of Company. '::'__ _._ .
chairman, stated that Invei.tlcatiin cookie and coffee by Mn Ham- Presbyterian Auxiliary at home of Homestead attended the ceremony They are making their tame .In
i discloses a need of addition ./ mett and Mrs. Katz. Mrs. Vane Harris. I The bride Is a member of one one of the Paxton fapariVicnt{ $:"'In.
'I properly planned function1 Present were: Mrs Cooper,.Miss Feb; *-H. H S senior play of the pioneer families of the dls-I{I South Miami. T, when the soldiers Anne Rynn and Mrs G. O DreW-I 'Midnight', at 8 p. m J
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taw Chamber of Commerce stcr and Mae MorrW
building I guests Mn
I HOMESTEAD: P T. A. Woman Auxiliary TctS1., : ::tuiut'aEpiscopal
I ( ,n meet girls of the Mrs Chas W. Camp Mrs Sylvia
HOMESTEAD: CLUB HAS I I
EXECUTIVES TO MEET Church at ,tle of
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1 mun.1Thp club voted In favor Atkins, Mrs. Roy Chandler Mrs, CANNING DEMONSTRATION I '
I Mrs W. J. Clark trfldai'! afternoon
if d I ig "nmethlng to rcm d,' the B. A. Waldm Mrs. Virgil LyonMrs A called\ meeting 'of the executive :I nq
I A demonstration of the use of from 2 to S clo k. Rtclt
0.1 committee of the Homestead 9
situtn and the committee "' Clnj Stewart, Mrs Schaffer
J instructed to proceed with Its'' Mrs Gaurens, Mrs, TibbIts, the pressure cooker and sealer In I P. T. A. will be held Wednesdayafternoon I.I. guest is 'asked to bring a, 1 took; ,
plans. Froschcr Mrs. Katz, Mrs canning was given by Miss Eunice' at 325: clock. In the and books will be sold.
I In response to another defense' Mrs Hammett and Mrs. Mr"1 Grady, county home demonstration school to discuss plans for the I I I Bridge and other aJl1f1yi1 the
agent, at a meeting of the| dinners the P. T. A. will serve at played, and table prfoo*: : 'REMEMBERPEARL Homestead Home Demonstration the Fruit Festival prizes are promised. . 1
II HARBOR" IS THEME I Club Friday In the Future Farmer Tea will be served.. from 4 to
OF DINNER :MEETING OF JUNIOR ,CLUB clubhouse. Tomatoes, beans BOOK TEA TO BE GIVEN S o'clock.
and a soup mixture were canned i BY EPISCOPAL GROUP
I The equipment may be used by| Everyone Is Invited to attend WANT ADS PAY
1 Remember Pearl aHigh and place cards. any member who wishes to can. a book tea _to be given by the
1 the theme carried out at score prize winners In Liverpool member present were:
: ner meeting of the Junior Woman rummy played after dinner Mn,wAd i Jacobs, Mrs Jack\
f were Mrs. Ansel Barrow Mrs.James Polk, Mr, J, D. Perkins, Mn A.I
; I I Club of Homestead Monday L. Bird. Mn T J. Walker M Logan, Mrs W Hutchinson '
: r. evening at the Seminole! Trading and Mrs. Virginia Walton.. Low Mr*. Gordon tvP Mrs Paul I
: : Post when Mn Olin Wright andy : score prize winners were Mn Reynolds and Mn John R. Graves I -!
+ y Miss Geraldine Reitt were hostesses W. W. Allan, Mrs. R. E. Sherard I
: t. Mrs. F. B. Greene and Miss Pearl DEMONSTRATION"
Z On each of the tables were toy Whitaker. Mrs. Augustus Wynn DOES RED CROSS SEWING I
I' soldiers, tanks, gum, sand bags received the door prize Members of the Princeton Home "
) } and tents, and surrounded bp ferns Othen present were: Mn E. A. Demonstration Club held an all- Jack Howard
j and flowers on a side table, was Buchanan, Mrs. Robert Glenn, jr. day meeting Friday at the home of ,I DIXIE DRUG
, t. a large mirror lake, boats, soldiers Mn Frank Bernecker and Mn fo'Ir. J. L. Murray in Princeton to Polk Johnson
i i! and hula girls Toy soldiers served Roberta Harrison. do Red Cross sewing A covered Phones SO and (101
dish luncheon was served
i if ; ;i The group decided to hold another I We're stretching prices right out this month-right out to the
; I MRS. DEGLER INSTALLED NOBLE GRAND I meeting today at the home limit during this New Customer Sale. And these prices will

h : OF LOCAL REBEKAHS BY GRAND MATRON of Mn W, W. Bethea .. I make our old and new friends happy. Only a few days more so
hurry Remember more for your money or y --
Mr. and Mn Paul Reynolds entertained
f. Mn Harry M Defiler was installed -'''rled pink gladioli entwined with at a spaghetti dinner,
i noble grand of Liberty fern They presented various Monday evening at their home Firth ASP/KM ,
1 Rebekah Lodge Monday night In formations and concluded witha Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ruffner of fyu&MtpMt
I: I the I. O. O F hall by Mrs Edith cross formation while they sang Harrisburg, Pa.. Mr. and Mn Dan j
t Brand of Miami, district deputy "The Old Rugged Cross. Williams and their children, Le- BOTTLE When headaches and other discomforts of
\ president Other officers Installed They presented the noble grand tiore, Webster and Charles, and OF 100 you simple want aches quick and, dependable pains are relief bothering: Get ;Pure-you,
j were: Mrs. Florence Facettl, vice- with a huge bouquet of gladioli. Mrs. Chas Otis. j test Aspirin In addition: to its quick,.effeck -
r grand: Mrs Blanche Chapman Gifts were then presented to the I ONLY twe relief you get more for your jaoney.
I recording secretary: ; Mrs. Goldie Installing staff, the incoming noble
I I McCready. financial secretary; grand and the outgoing ftoble j 49c A ssaff '.ODUCT'
and Mrs Irene Shanklin, treasur grand, Mn Chapman, also, 're.1 r
I I calved a gift for having perfect Ktesi '"
i erApjtolntlve officers Installedwere attendance .record.Refreshments ,
t : Mrs. Carrie McCuIlough, were 'served by
warden, Mrs. It B Beattie, conductress Mrs. Joiner, Mn Shanktm and .
Mr*. Dixon. e1ast4p/ Acuson
( Mrs. Anna Messenmlth,
t chaplain: Mr*. E. S. Capllnger, musician Rf ffRRttRr+ififtfRllT'G )
'I' \ : Mrs. R. O Moon, right i
Get relief from the discomfort of stubborn
supporter to the noble grand; Mrs. i' coughs due to colds with two action Cheerstt
K W D. Mahan, left supporter to the sote. It gives surprising aid In relieving the
noble grand; Mn Clara DIxon, -To Keep = Dsep, wave of/exquisite : Irritation of your cough and it checks gastricfermentation
t right supporter to the vice-grand; WideI lonltm**, with Thetmlqu*. (hebMswles often associated i the
r and Mrs Quisle Joiner, left supporter Awa l method . > Cool, tourh.CHERROSOTE.
I s to the vice-grand comfortable I i } 154 a askNow
i I t Grand officer assisting Mr*. MMALICE'S Sserail 69.
: y Brand In the In.lallatlOlwere: I
Mrs Ethel Vandecar marshal A mosses
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, \ Mn Rachael Witt, warden: M.... dlwcmiqulJ f

Martha Nicktraon, recording secretaryMrs. 0 .shaesis cal LNO.e 4.o i4 eye; = Abe ,m-MEHJHO l KlSHZOfACIAL,tlSfOtm
Minnie King, financial
secretary, Mrs Cora Russell!, hive"a hasped ease be/As.ade fill else) pwMaso"011 11__Wag" THE CHEST Rill a The sanitary way Jo.r fa
treasurer; Mrs. Alma Koppel!, Get relief from the 7hari head colds, for repor I
Mrs. Lela Kant inside BEAUTYSALON discomfort of chest maun Ing make-up Softyi t
chaplain, ,
and head colds.Soothes
Dr. B. F. Stebbins
guardian: and Mrs. Barbara Hen- : and comfort Irritated "' absorbent, tough,
dry, musician. Dr. L. W.. Stebbins; : I bronchial tubes," air PkgeflMj
The II Mod escort of the Installing . Asa..esssssi 'o..w a .passages, etc. Plea*
1121 W. Filler Miami w
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ntty reiaxing'v 13crr.JI"
staff wore long white lace -
dresses and corsages of pink and I Phone 1.1S1I : I Phone SM I J ... Jet ONt.r 5O I

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I Mrs. K A. Bkberf HOMSI win tell of CLASSIFIED ADSfUTX

: the life of the art student In Paris J 'I;
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: c'l" Social Events |'and win talk Miss, on Bertha the general NIU principles Hausman nnt Insertion 10* HM line; subsequent Wttfan


of Interior of the decoration Homestead at the Art meetIng Club-, M t'


Monday afternoon at the home of LOANS
.. ALLEN NEAL .IS GIVEN BRIDAL j[' Mrs. Russell Anderson on Kings FOR RENT 1

SHOWER BY MRS. CLAUDE CAMPBELL ; highway. Mrs B. E. Gatlin will FURNISHED room for rent. Hot : LOANS TO MODERNIZE

give a reading and Mrs. Alex bath. Week $2.00. Geo. Campbell I REPAIR AND REMODEL

Hemmings will report on current N. W. 7th St. (pj-18 Grove, Evidential and Business
Mrs Allen Neal was given a Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Lonnie L. events In the world of art. Property are available through

miscellaneous bridal shower Friday Hood, Mrs. J. L. Delk, Mrs. J. L. Mrs. Ralph Klngman will be co- FURNISHED ROOM for rent Mrs I BROOKER LUMBER CO.. INC

I evening by Mrs. Claude Camp Burton. Mrs. Lyman Williams, hostess. L. T. Proctor Over Better Food Suggestions:

s bell at her home on N. W. Tenth Mrs. W. D. Home, Mrs. S. J, Store. (NU-tf) Add extra' rooms or porches

street Mrs.. Neal Is the former Gibbs, Mrs. Robert S. Dunn, Mrs. niRTIIDAT. CELEBRATION: IS New roof and other repairs

t, .Miss VerrEtelk. I I,' Annie Brooker Mrs. Herman':I, GIVEN FOR MARILYN BETHEA FOR SALE Convert garage Into apartment

'Mrs. Adrian Jacobs played aeveral .Thomas, Mrs. Paul Loaner Mrs. Marilyn Bethea's ninth birthday Convert house Into duplex opts

piano selections, Miss Mary DUn Wright, Mrs. Flay Watson, <, anniversary was celebrated Saturday : ; P1 d LOTS .Ith'variety 'of MONTHLY PAYMENTS

Ellefl- Deartng tang to piano aceompinlptent ,I Mrs. Vannle Lee Harris, Mrs. P. ',I by her parent. Mr. and Mrs. : fruit ,lrees, 7-rooll\ residence. $100, 18 mo. -p repay $108 too

> by Mrs. Whitney J. Franklin, Mrs. W. F. Beam, sirs. W. W. Bethea of Princeton, whd In the heart of downtown $1000- 31 mo.-i pay iii.04\ mo.

Beam; and.Wrs. William McMlch. ,j i Homer Davis, Mrs Russell Anderson ', gave a wiener roast In her honor! I Homestead. Bargain price and $1000, 69 mo.-I't'p\l' $21-67 mo.

. aelT pratedth Ie accordion. Mrs ; Mrs. Orln Smith, Mrf/J. I,, Janice Lee won the prize tot Aownablerma.'\ See Sid L. $5000 60 mo.-repay.: $!08.33. mo.

.'t 'Steve-CHawrOnd told fortunes. 1 j i R. Dorsey, Mn. A. t. Lanier Mrs. ''I moat correctly pinning a bladk I '"TWMfick I ,,Justice of the Peace 0Ie

: ;t ;tM'*> *"*ere brought to Mrs.,,I Dexter 'Hortie, Mr LITK.: Bishop, ,heart on a Japanese and Grace] : ',5 QddTellpwl Dld(.', Homestead. Loans Stti-'Itrtrt'

: Neal -Bv' >46y truck bearing the {|''Jr.. Rise! Gwendolyn -Walh "urn :|! Murray won the prize in a guess ilnrl" (J-23tf) To Modernize and RNpsir
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: rluuIle.' ...I firm of which Mr. 11 I and Min Evelye'Xnlllngert' '.. i contest """ b. LEASED OR MORTdAGED'

x'.it i KeiinivriBaqager. The.truck 'was I Gift: were received' from:' MnI.FredPenninllt.on. I.1 ling present were: Mrs Waiter VIIUL RY-COMPOST from broilmes rROPERTt1'_, : ' I I IJ

l. pedaled Into ,the room by Jimmy Mrs. W. E. Rhe- Peterson, Mrs Charles OUtjMn. I II planet41 a'yard-you haul for NEW CONSTRUCTION !

" Campbell: : I I ney, Mrs. W. H. Wood;Mri. Jesse '| R. A. Bethea Miss Maria "I'ltyPIM RId, -PIIlnI dr.. J m' ,f ns Commercial Buildings .r. also

Pink wing iced cakes deco- pL Fait, Mrs; R9bart) Daj-eljig I ; Bashor Geraldine Lewis, Myra I west Florida City. Phone 298- available MONTHLY> .PAY.I .

!. rated In bell design were I I j I -. Carl Deden. Mrs'.T. J. Harris,i[I jane Bashor, Don Cooper J,!*.* ios "p..b : 4y(116'1) I i MENT PLAN on through Ctooker
t""IIJ'VH'coUee, mints and Mrs. BJ C. Murphy, Mrs. H. Elder '
a Margaret Emory Peterson .
'. f. nuts I|I Thurman, Mrs. Don Talbott, R. A. Bethea, and RaymondLee. TXCRS' ,gjt'varilied.widows, screens, secondhand I Lumber Co.Wayside .Stands Barns, Casa

Present besides those named Russell Horne, Mra. J. B,. G'I shingles. Call
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Mrs. | ] it Eva Cantos'\ hijme In Modollo line Station, Utility Bldg., Tourist
Robert
w ret;Mr loyd Witt, Mrs. E. A. Glenn Jr., Mrs. ;) _
itt Cabins, Real Estate Office Garage,
Buchanjuv ,!4r-. C. E. Barnes, Mrs. S. S. Beam Mrs. A. W. "R. C. S. CIRCLES MAKE . lloon. r'APLANTSpeppets't and v.irlous

berge/"Mr)! *,. Howard J EIChen-I I I J. Campbell!, Mrs. A. A. Payne PLANS FOR STUDY COURSE j. cabbage and other Poultry Industrial Buildings and commercial
Mrs. .Ansel' Barrow Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Brooks Mrs. Fred ,
Redd, Plans for an all-day study class* collards Marler's Plant rarm'l buildings are eligible inside! or
Sherard, Mrs; Henry Mrs. A. R. Meybem, Mrs. Geo. M. and a covered dish luncheon for '1427 E. Main St., I outside city limits.
Mrs "Vlrg' ( .:"prennell; Jr.. Mrs. Frlck Mrs. B. M. Hindman. Mrs. members of the W. S. C. S. of the I : MONTHLY

'MoHle Thonias. Mr*. John Graves, |I I A. C Deputy Mrs. A. M. Logan, Homestead Methodist Church next FOR SALE-Baby guineas '$100, It PAYMENTS$5.1)1 mo.

Mrs. ,Writ: Ewing, Mrs. Gordon Mrs. Henry Johnson Mrs. J. E. Tuesday in the church were discussed months old. SOc each. Helen $1000 38 mo.-I't'pay $31.04
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;Ivey, Mrs: Geo. D. Ruehle, Mrs'ML McClung. Mrs. E. H. Collier, Mrs. at each of the circle meet Whiting Ferreyra, Roberts road mo.-repay mo.
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$2300, $798 mo.
I Ij Auburn Dellinger, Miss Hazel Pen- ings Tuesday afternoon. The Rev.T. Just north of Avocado drive. mo-repay

AND MRS. O. W. CALKINS nlngton. Miss Annette Campbell, A. Ferguson will direct the (aB-tf We also have F. H. A. LOANS

'. GIVE BUFFET SUPPER I I Miss Marjorie Redd, Miss Mary clans. IN Tom 'lIlrI'lT Collett 0" ToTH I for New Homes payable monthlyover

Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Calkins en. Delk, Miss Nella Souls Min Lillian I Mrs. S. E. Livingston and Miss JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR KAIIRCOI'NTY : '[ 20-25 years.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY \
tertained at a buffet ati Swilley and Miss Geraldine Helen Livingston were hostesses ,
supper I (1ARMO Pl.lntlff, vi I
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,'1 : their home Tuesday evening Mr. Reitz. I to the Perle Davis Circle which m ALl'H.8HI HE GAIIMO Dt '! We furnish ideas, estimate, and I
,.,toms materials.I
and Mrs. 5am Light, Mr. and Mrs.I met at their home. NOTICE TO APPEAR i I
a. Wilson Ludlum, Mr. and Mrs. J.I| NEWS OF WAR ZONE MISSIONSIS Present besides the hostesseswere TO BLANCHE MUKHIfUIN DR GAR- There li no obligation 'in discussing -
: TOLD TO W. F. M. S. MO. 141T E. Illh Strert. nilh.. Salt Ukr | your needs with in nr :1 1service.
Anderson, ,Howard McCallahan : Mrs. L. D. Wyman. Mrs. C. city utiiii.
and Charles Stevens. | News of Nazarene missions In 1 Hagler Rice, Mrs. Selma Reltx I I A lull for dlrnrre, hu bmt fast ...,... or call. We'1II..dly\ exp'i, the :l

-- I China, Japan. the Philippine Islands Mrs. A. Mayo, Mrs. J. W. English, Yowl In the Circuit: Court. of IS. Kbwnth .
I Jndlrhil' Clmilt. In .n<| f,. !>..). County, I
AD ASTRA CHAPTER PLANS I and other war zones was I Mrs. A. S. Moye. Mrs. O.'L. Sho. HothU. b, ALVA R. UK CARMO. You I I.n i BROOKER LUMBER \
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FOR VISIT OF GRAND MATRON related by Mrs. N. L. Chambers, walter, Mrs. E. Dcttrick, Mrs. Ferguson roqiilno thereto: to 1 li rile.-: your rivrtMlllin.nm* nno OR> mniwor or i Phone 62 Box 40SI \.

Plans for the visit of the worthy president at the quarterly fellow. and Miss Esther Livingston.Mrs. :heft. February LdI oUwrwh the I Homestead. Fla.
w .11...,.ons nr Mid, bill of .....,..,., will i I
grand matron to Ad Astra Chapter ship meeting of the Woman's Foreign English will be the next 1 I k. tlk.. U MHlfMMll kr ,.,u. i iLOSTOpenface
of the O. E. S. on Feb 6 were Missionary Society of the hostess. It h .further orrf-rrd tint this order I.I I I LOST i
at of Nazarene '''..11...... rare a work for fan ronwutlr.' !, .
made a meeting Friday In theI. Homestead Church the The Belle Bennct Circle met I I wrtkt In tW lender Knbwrkn: open,.. .
O.;qt: T. hall A banquet at on Jan. IS. Mrs. R. H. Spear, 'with Mrs. C. D. Faker at her .r niblhhnl In sold County and But -. I ID.Ud I iu gold watt' t >th
the of of at MUml./ Pals County. FlarUli.:: Initials 11. O. C. engran on
Avocado Lodge will precede | superintendent study, spoke home. Mrs. Sam J. Davis con. this ..
the Salk day of Jew !<) I back. Reward for relii'n to'
the church's work In SwazHafdA.'rlca. 'ducted the devotlonals. ; I I.l' H. 1.F.ATHIiRMAN'Clark. 'II
meeting for the lodge I Mrs. Cleo Lee and Mrs. Also present were: Mrs. S. F. Circuit Court. ItaoV Count Klorlrt.By Lender-Enterprise office d 1111 i
R. H. KICK, 4r ,
fiHerS.iwlttAa held In the hall ) W. J. Brooks offered prayery -. Matthews Mrs. L. C. Dodd Mrs I '>OOP.t, Clerk LOST-Irish setter named stole

n lg At. a d Jock when instruc.tCUt..wi A covered. d.I luncheon. _was. Miller Mrs. E. S. Caplingpr, Mrs.J. Atln'MORROW...... for MAVr'S I'Mnllff' tgUTTO! Hud on chain collar. Folder

( .. Li 'iven by Mra. Clara I enjoyed. A. McNcill and Mrs. J. L. Dal- I i (Jv... M. o. ...h n. IS. 10421NOTICg I phone 328-J-l. Reward. ii-.l, >
Mta1T.. aud Instructre. : -- - - -

C., Mrs. Frank L. Skin, Mrt..wi:. i lard.The next meeting will be at the I I I'vnru saw I'tTITI01'sNAME :MISCEI.LANEOI: : S

jI t.B PLANS Rheney, Mrs. Frank B. Rue.. Mrs. home of Mrs. Billiard. NOTIfK .W....1 rl'TOK1v, In.t o filVEN iirn>v In Hat bn>l.tbr.- .1'I Iondrnlirnnl. _
FOtr ttg'I'rV L BOOTH I Fred Redd Mr*. Jesse L. Faith. I The Marlon Fleitas Circle met',I ntnlrr tho findki.ii name ..t HIT? THK:'. AVOCADO LODGE!!:, roomMd
Plans for the booth at the: Fruit Mrs. Cart Deden. Mrs. Julian H. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Casper '''Till regleter!. FLORIDA the CITY. n.*.. let'-nd. t-' bulb met It. Modern heir I I'! <

I IfesflvaC'weretTnade by member I, Webster and Mrs. T. J. Faust. Williams in Modello. :|1 i tho Circuit Co.n.- I poundings lenionnblf. H i'l

df fti*' South MDadc G: rden Club rti j.I.KTIU H MIIWH UtR'K PtRMERJin. ; nl. Bi.c .)'ne dr. Phone .1" .1 I W.

at the home of Mrs. J. H. DMbyshlr ( 25. m.1.011s. 1. is, mil (nil rt)

In Florida City. Mrs. Herr DO YOUR: BIT I ,NOTICE 1'.1eS ::rtry l7S- : WILL GIVE small chlldn: 1 tlmother's
raan ItdrllblH gave a talk on palmo.iSartdv NAME 5WNOTICE '
cure in prlvan-' "in-
III H'ieply fIVF4 these 1aa.Mnlen.d -
f4 i j., eke and punch i In the emergency. Keep your .. IMdrlnw to ..,.... I. business Mrs. N. Dano, 7th st. F ,1.1 ,
\ ere served bv t..* hostet.sfs, Mrs. Have ........ tfI.Sbi, ... ..,... .., MIDWAY ( -i 1 .i
smoothly. City.
t : ir runn'ng us
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THFATHK. fru-Uor KI.A. Ivr-vta t"
lcrbyiUirv.Mr*. Jas. M Dobbin
rel., the Bald' pith the rl-rk n1
Lubricate scientifically at
t 8f>f)-Mrs,- J.'PiRohrer.j regular tilt Circuit Court of D-a' ,. ....<. Vim*... WANTED;
j Present were: Mrs. Annie Bu14r > Intervals. Avoid needless 1. H 'IIIIn.
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.r. H. '1. Frii. a. II. 11411 I
.. t4aIdie! McCready, Mrs. wear on parts, reduce fuel con- -- TUTORING WANTED Alta

H. J. Bro kett. Mrs. Grace Mc. lumpt on. Save for yourself and NOTICE OP Tax APpltPATIONrow rrrn :I school and grade school subjccM.

IJellanSmite!!. Mrs. H. F. Potter, Uncle Sam too. Leave your car Ch.rtoo.f1ft7.'-,-.. or loss I 1 Mrs. H. /rmstrong, A 0.
Mrs. C 1.Coley, Mrs. Virgil Lyon, File A.JIHS I'luinmrr drive and Country

\rs, ..Hollister. Sage. Mrs. II. J.Shepherd with us, or phone and we will Perth NOTICE Poortil W HT-UKIIY. I.. ..d GIVEN Norton' that I...FAA..... I ('I"" row"

,<* Mrs.. W. K. Bass Mn.Bbertar call for It. r....'!, hwbond. und wlf*. hubk.ri of ..'.. : -
.iroKim rf i'..T IN
nd Cminl Tn rrrtlflmto No liltT h> iv Tile WITT
Bule-,' Mrs. Joe Camps, oust tin Led due of Ainrmt. A .D. Itll.k AND rOil DAi>r COUNTY rtouiu
2r*. Ben Young, Mrs. H. M. n IM MIM In mr (frk* end dive road.! jofillrntlon IN PRoaATBIN
for n taw ...... to no knot lease
Brown Mrs. Bishop of Perrlne, sold ('.....'fI.... _h_ P. IN RI': E8TATR Of H, W. ."' ..1.11.:1.II" .
) I sfilgthr, Mrs. Snow, Mrs.9.Rohrer TEXACO ONESTOPDONE following oVorrlbiNl nronrrtr In the Cou... d.epaae
of "" ..., Pt.tf riorM. '..-..11' STATE 0" FlORIn
and Mrs.Ilerbysh Lnt I, Rlork ,. '1"1""'. SWondAddtvM >i NOTIIR or PRHAT.
re U : AND KISSAM Props. Hp.wsd. f> Atibdn.. Tint I I TO ALL VKH: .- >NII INTFRF'Jttitl" IN
Hook 7 .T.iw "IM, In the County oj : THK; KdrATE OF PAID DKrKlltromnniul : Nr
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North .Kreme Avuue Homestead FloridaC9.iDIETE I no.... (M..-o of F........... /j jIS. I Yme" henhr nmifl.A that a wt.1, a
qtEANtE&TO BUT t The ...wment of MIA pnurrtr and.- 1..1 purluetina to do lM ,..1 wJ11od
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M Inw. 4H*. nfrr ilM -'Hhtrabi 4 4" m, -tit. en,. IF .1st. '
lap C: ',yh! of Homestead : r LET US ADVISE .wftlAkiM t* the "''''.'-1 W riade'iflans iq,par tor a window .1 the 4 n ".. dens on UM fine M.... .Id Onset ..A 'w ....., If .. "
I t Our Insurance Adviser will I IIN. I hr ."ilh xf tUnrft." l.rj which r_n wh0 I,. s. .. of ..1<1 1 del I., I. p
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do"nit the homo of &Trs. Geo. : URANCE point out vital facts you probably I"a .I >O/\i.ol.'j.:2.. lost I I I stun ..nrok d.:
... never considered Iq InC R n. f.FATlFRMo'l.Clark : K f 1' .ViOV.f .
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window of CinuR r.m. I5.A. /,.'ut. Vt. 'u.Mf .t. If.-.
cQJorred nljsi und it will cost ap- i iJfoX C t surance. Frequently, our expert IT N.: C. BTERRETT,'O.'C.l: l i nr GLADYS V. RUI.I.IVAN' ,
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advice results In more ample Cirri* Court ".l. e.
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.I Du !flS.lal hour, the mem 1 1'ra i ) 'i more protective coverage Jut ft Jn-"r- < n. ,
the Red Cross. at no more In cost We can- : or AP nr TioN i i Jan. ii. so; r*. s :.d it.. .UK)
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oil's '(3e60-1ti ENTERTAINS/ .1 make all' forms of Insurance N...... N twrthr wises that I. R. R... I I The >M>wn'fit as iM slow 'y Ass ,
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t' tK-rriberi of the Rain or I I I I STiLING Artlrirat. In mr silts. n4 has "- A. P. l.'l.tlilo '
Shine Club'at*a luncheon at herr .ieEDWARD ..",...tto. for tog dead to k.wnnrn I mud aced day of Pormkir, A. D. ,
ti M \- A, 80 la with .low. Law "II.
h honor of the .g..e
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RIALTOR Certifies" .-brew the following V 1L L UATHUMAJI.
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Pace Eight THE HOMESTEAD L ADER-ENT RPRISE"FridAy..Janul 23,194$

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Fiction and Technical Books Sought I Milk Deliveries Made Churches to Unite in Presenting p
I Here Every Other Day

In National Victory Book Campaign : Every-othetxtay; ..deliveries of Famous Evangelstic }Missionarj

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-_-_ I milk were) started In the Redland I
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All Individual or organizations trict will be sent to Miami. main District this week in accordancewith ,Julia Lake Kellersberger, evan.gellstlc of Agree Scott CoUage. :|nd ef
of the district who wish to Join sorting center of District ll of action taken by mlilk pro missionary, will speak on Biblical Seminary In New VortL
In the national Victory Book Florida. > ducers of Dade and Broward I "Watchman What of the Night?" la well known-In the_South.ee' f
Campaign which aim to provide "The general policy of distribution -I counties to comply with the movement In the First Baptist Church of director of young people'',werl.In .
soldiers, tailors and marines with Is to use the books ss near to for the conservation of rub-. : Homeattad Monday evening at 1(30 she married Ore Cure: *
T 3d, announces.the Redland District Kellersberger and with
worth-while book are requestedto the towns where they are col- ber.Alpine went hail
brine their contribution at once lected as possible to save time I Grove Dairy, largest Ministerial Association which to the Congo missions. Last yeas
South la bringing her to HomeUad. All they returned to America to talon
milk
to the Homestead fire station, announces and shipping costs and to give the producer tedIn Dade
Mrs. J. E. Cauzena, municipal citizens the satisfaction of helpingfee I' county, the reduced of the local churches are coOperating : up the interdewsnlnaUoria'F;) rE
librarian. armed forces of' their own schedule of deliveries on Tuesday In the meeting, and alt'f of the American Mission tlIt.eperi
and had it in full force by Wednesday the pastors will assist In the sets Mrs. Kellersbergey the ottual
neighborhood.
The Girl ScouU have been askedto I
; according to O. B. Parker, of "Congo Crosses" used by all
assist by securing from business "Unbound back numbers of magazines iceThe :
owner. Similar schedule have Lyons brothers quartet and churches as a study book aria o|
houses paper carton In which ,are) not beinaj asked for in
the book will be packed. this campaign been put Into effect by other counties Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg will sing "God's Ravens", a new book
of the state and nation Mr. I .
Mr
Kellersberger, a graduate
TM V. B. C. should not be
"Fiction books desired are: adventure Parker illes.School .
confused with any locally sponsored stories, aviation stories, I
effort to collect books; said historical novels, humor, mystery, Dance in Gym Bean Belt, Tomato Wash WHY DRIVE ?

Mrs. Gauzens I sports and western To Be "President's Ball"Homestead's Installed at MarketA
"The Victory Book Campaign Is "Technical and scientific: books

sponsored by the American Red are wanted. However, those ear- only ball to celebrate bean belt and tomato washIng SAME '
Cross, the American Library Association lier than 1935 are generally' not the birthday of Franklin D. machine have been Installed
and the United Service useful. Roosevelt and raise money to be at the Florida City State Farmers'Market
Organizations for National Defense "Camp librarian report that used In combating infantile paralysis by; A. J. Pisa, canners'I
Inc., or U. S. O. as it Is the following are the types of ; will be a dance tin the Home purchasing agent from Silver TIRESL
called. books in greatest demand: applied stead High School gymnasium to Creek, N. Y.
"The U. S. O. Itself, I* made psychology, current'.ffalr. which only; pupil of Redland: and C. S. Phillip, manager of the
up of six organizations: Y M. C military publications, crime, and Homestead High School and the market, aald that such facilities and automileage '
A, Y. W. C A, National Catholic I ;F. B. I.. police systems and fingerprinting graduates of the clauses of 1940 would be a great convenience and
Community Service, Jewish Welfare English gramman. and 41 will be admitted. benefit growers patronizing the
Board, Salvation Army and arithmetic, algebra, geometry, Parent of pupil are invited to market.
National Travelers' Aid Assocla trigonometry, calculus,'accounting, attend also. "Most buyers prefer to buy
tlon. shorthand, business, salesmanship Music for the dance, which will beans that are cleaned and packed
"Nine other national organlzatlons lettering, mechanical drawing be "formal", will be furnished by right and tomatoes that are washed
have agreed to help In the photography, cartoons, books about Qua Wynn' orchestra of Home- and culled," said Mr. Phillips. "A
book campaign. Among these are music, sports, noveland .play-'! stead. Supervision will be. pro- buyer la willing to pay more for
the National Congress of Parents writing, poetry, plays, aeolr.phyItravel ; vided by members of the faculties such products and we know thata
and Teachers Boy Scout ol (last 10 years), biography; of both schools. satisfied customer always comet
America and Girl Scouts, Inc. I (shorter type) and history .(since back."
"Books from the Redland DIs 1900). Cut Flowers Are Needed

,, _._ Among the slogans suggested Says Festival ChairmanBecause she said, "and every offering, however BY TRAIN
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for the drive are these: "Give a small, will be appreciated."The .
FLORIDA CITY Man a Book He Can Reid", "Give the Fruit Festival to two new contests, dish garden Why put mire assess your tires
..._ u__... Away the Book You Want Yourself be held unusually early this year contest and the table floral and auto when you eon make the

(Continued from Page Five) "Give the Book You Are fewer cut flowers than usual will piece contest, are creating unusual Mm mare comfortably trip fcr trailJ-foster.sod e* .law safer tea,
and Mr* Rudolph Mattson U now Reading Now to the V. B. c." and be available for the South Dade I Interest. panto. No traffic hazards or
staying In Homestead where she "Keep 'Em Rending". Garden Club's display and con ana (tram i VM can .tit.S
Is employed. "Books not needed In forts, tests, said Mrs. W. KTHaas, festival rest te mite, male rthtiktd.Florida .
comps, posts stations or ships will chairman who has been East Coast Railway now
Mrs. Alma Doxsee and Mrs. E. be used for U. S. O. houses outside seeking to interest every flower, Han fast caafaataat. madam.
H Brandenburg of South Miami the camps and for the American grower in forcing blooms for the genies to local ..,..110.!, .<... Mall
and her son. Bob, were Sunday Merchant Marine Library Association occasion."It principal citol..f the Seedy
tail and Mid Watt Sow
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E.Scott . If any are left over Is Important that everyone for otMnhol Mme :ata. Pies p.sea yaa*
they will be sent to industrialareas I should understand, moreover, that I next trip away by tI!"". '
where there are no Ibrar- even a small bouquet may; mean
Mn. C. D. Wilson and Mrs. G. I..." I much to the committee In charge", Fr FARES ARE LOW
Harding of Miami were guests
Wednesday at the home of Mr. and : These temple aaa.way farM foIrani .
Mrs. J. S. Caves. Iii IiiI IiiIT streamliner chair cart or
.Ivory coaches shoe bee little It
Mrs. O. Monroe; and Mrs. C. I + cam. ($% Federal. tai not hchidad -
Tarver of Texas and Mrs. Helen ). '''
Dodge and Mrs. Luke Smith of HOW MATERIAL SHORTAGESAND
Tulsa were Monday visitors of MIAMI TO:--
Mr. and Mrs. W. Clark. I Jacksonville*_.*. *f CM
DEFENSE REQUIREMENTS W. Palm Betchl. ... .- 1.01
Miss Bonnie Myers of Miami Atlanta 1I...'
; ... P '.. Th .
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visited her
parents Mr. and Mrs BirmlagharK, .IMS
Wm. E. Myers, on Monday, EFFECT TELEPHONE SERVICEFrom _*_.. D.at.
Mrs. Ann forPAT10SA1 New York___ _':'.: 11.4.;
Porterfield of Miami -- -...
and Mrs. J. Neary of Coconut 9Untl Washingtonsimilar .11MChlclfO ;

Grove spent a few days this week 11 'r low terms M ether crH,.,
with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. A. Rob- ,,' .1 I van...Yms.......anWnaMaw.Adtts .........., Ikloeto .. Mm ear tens
--- Make e."r.aH..s wee
j ertson. I so peaa in ....._ Call Uw Tick* tuts..saes. .
io-- '! s at awis how their -

j Mr and Mrs. M. E. Woods and $e wt. phew It leg a.a TeleplsireetI
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t family of Miami and Mr. and Mrs to We they" am It
H. L. King of Naranja were Sunday '1-. agent fee. W4 son ..Wwb.ads .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. It a ....", tttr.tttlftcowmtv
Mills. 1931 nrouKlT939 Southern Bell service was broughtto FLORIDAlASTCOVSt f l
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a peak of efficiency never before attained. ( \
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t Mrs. Herman Goezola and Mr*. During these years we had full margins of plant facili- v/ '

B. Sabin of Toledo who have been ties, and most telephone workers were veterans with years of

visiting In Miami were Wednes experience and training..Ijtiese conditions created a situation
daYIU.at. of F. B. Lrnlnger.
I ideal for concentration on the betterment of the speed and ---

Al Taylor returned Sunday from Quality of our aervicea. .... r..- ,
:
.. a West.Mr Visit. with T. Baondo in Key Now the situation b reversed.Defense requirements! ,both Do You Have iKffi" }T '. '

military and industrial, as well as unprecedented demands for I.... :.t.. 'iW:;

f and Mrs. A. B. Langhamof individual service,have placed exceptional burdens on our physical A FURNITURE PROBLEM?

While City and their thlldren, resources and manpower. Added to this is the tremendous

visited Mr. and Mr*.. J. S. Caves increase In local and long distance calls, which combined have We will be glad to help you solve it, whether it:

Tuesday.Mrs developed service demands without parallel in our history. concerns the whole house or an occasional piece.

Thousands of new workers have been employed and
E. Mills and Mb Jeanette
Taylor were Wednesday guests of trained, and millions of dollars have been spent to expand out Smith-Graves Furniture Co.
I Mn. 11 t. E. Woods of Miami. facilities to meet these heavy demands ,

READ THE WANT-ADS ,Wf hope you will agree that we h'IY.1O far been generally Phone 248-J .II ie&tead

successful in meeting the demands for telephone service,

AIR ro"nrnn..n great as they have been. Because of conditions beyond our con-
JOlUa .KATIIN COMPORT trol such the of' and other essential
at.r.a to I P. M.a1M.w. as shortage copper materials -
( ., IM Advise, t.. pus UsA&bioa it be time that continue
rear nay at goes on, we cannot to
M JUSTICE FlCE'
OF PEACE 01
tlp5... meet the demands in certain congested areas with the same

Venetian Skating Rink success. However, we pledge you that we shall continue to"do ATTLT FOE YOUR .1
e, A_ .w _
tree w. ate zaeadDr.'ewWNia .
our very best, with the determination to accomplish the impossible AT "

rather, ,than_. trying to.show;:why the possible pre'',be done. Odd Felleort building 1J tl ill t.CID.
w. ... ._ --.0.---
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t o 4J.:1::: : heO..w..t.rt at CompanyMcoaroiATiB I FLA.

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