Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00532
 Material Information
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: March 6, 1942
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00532
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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.voL 31-No. 10 Uoomestead. Florida. Friday. March 6, 19.2 Price 5 Cents

Dive Into Canal* Seen Expected

Of Human Torch by Abductors J

[ Tf PA in Drive to Supply TERRIBLE LESSON- NOT DEATH,



; Homestead in Florida's 'Top Big Ten"

IN I Homestead with 14 enrollees In chlr' ..t. Orlando, Is more th.DI I BEN ARCHER

the marine corps Is In the state's pleased ...Ith.&he backing this Did Frank teplns die because be told the men who set
"top big ten" and leads the small state Is giving the nation's oldest
him afire that be could swim, when as a matter of tact he-
er towns of Florida In number of fighting force the U. S. Marine could not?
WAR EFFORTFanners enlistments since the corps opened Corps. Just before the three abductors poured gasoline on him sun ,
state headquarter In Orlando on touched off their human torch with a lighted newspaper, they
.. Dec. 15 1941 according to word asked him It he could swim. He answered in the affirmative.
received here yesterday. START PETITIONS because he was reluctant to admit his Inability or because he
In Dade County are Since that date well over 500 had begun to be suspicious when they drove from the highway
advised to get In touch with WPA men have enlisted In the marine IN SCHOOL to the road along the Florida City canal.
headquarters in Miami. 998 W, regular and reserve corps and BONDS It Is just possible, If the fifth column theory I* true that
Flagler street, If workers art Florida has stepped Into a challenging the abductors wished to teach a faltering member a horrible
needed for their farm, L. L position for leadership of MONDAY NIGHT lesson, and provide an example to others but Intended to stop
Chandler, chairman of the agricultural the entire southern recruiting distsjct short of murder-to protect their own hides.
division of the Dade marine headquarters re- -- Since Leplns had said he could swim, did they not expect
County Defense Council, said yes ported. Petitions to place; the proposal! that he.would immediately dive into the canal to extinguish
terday. The state's top! big tea" In for a bond Issue of 1150,000 before his flaming clothing? He still could not escape without terrible .
Anticipating' !Increase tyum.la-J enlistments are, in order Miami the freeholders of the HomedMFloflda burns that would mark him for life, but the perpetrators'Igdn1lr17St1svtT"lduidef'charge
""bor demands "as a" result of the (topping the larger Cities with'111 "t=I1.1 spe&TaTTaf] '- hanging over their heads to
war Wilbur E. Harkness Florida enlistments), Jacksonville Orlando school district will be started at a endanger them and their future work.
Work Projects adrainlsrtator, his Tampa, st. Petersburg Day- meeting called for 8 o'clock Mon But Leplnj could not swim and between what he thought
ordered a "vigorous farm placement tona Beach, Lakeland Palm day night In the Neva King Cooper would be certain death by drowning and a chance that he might
program'1 In an effort to Beach, Homestead and Arcadia. School auditorium by the local beat out the flames on his clothes, he would choose the latter.
provide farmers In every county Major A. M. ,Robbin( officer in board of school trustees. Anyway, this theory "holds more water" than Mr Worley's
with efficient labor with which to The signature of 25 per cent suicide deduction.
meet the stepped-up demand of the registered freeholders are Now for the story:

placed on them by the war effort: 60% INCREASEIN nesassary to have the bondingproposal' Frank Leplns, 58-year-old Ger. out aid, but groaned In pain as
put on the ballot at the
Instruction were issued all division man-American from Jacksonvilleand he lay down and his burns came
heads and supervisors to P.O. RECEIPTS ,May primary, Miami, died In James Archer in contact with the bedclothes.
maintain active contact with representatives The original proposal for a Smith Hospital here early Wednesday No one else came on the scene
of the WPA's trainingand $123.000 bond Issue was Increased from burns he said he received from the time Neill found Leplns
re-employment division,I to $150,000 at I conference of when three men set his
until he was put In the ambu
which Is being charged theresponsibility HERESJNCE1935 Dade County' school architect afire threw .
with clothing and him froma lance. The Florida City man, a
of placing farm labor August Geiger, and the local trus- north bank'
car on she of the resident of the section for 10
wherever the demand exists. An Increase of 60 per cent In (Continued on Page Two) Florida City canal half a mile (Continued on Page Two)
Harkness said that WPA reemployment 'postal receipts at Homestead from from the Oversea highway, shortly
representatives In 1939 through 1941 and an Increase DOORS FOR FIRE before three o'clock Tuesday
every county are attempting to of 38 per cent In papulation between afternnon
make plane In advance to meet 1930 and NO OPPOSITIONIN
1940 is proof that
STATION OKAYED) Leplns his clothes burned away
local farm labor demands In aU the capital of the Redland District except for shreds hanging from
cases where worker are avail has been going at a steady, FLORIDA CITY
his belt and hU collar and shoes,
healthy and 3Y CITY
able.District increasingly rapid COUNCIL was seen standing in a bent-over
WPA offices serving rate, points out Kit Carson,
posture at the side of the road by
agricultural areas will have special . (Continued on Page Two) I Roy Neill of Florida City as he
re-employment*,, representatives The installation of doors to
was returning with a truckloadof
to assist In carrying out the C. OF C.TO MEET close the fire station from thepublic
farm placement program. A close A membership meeting of the was authorized by the city I Icoun I tomatoes from his farm which Florida City's biennial"election
two and half miles east of
relationship has been established Redland District Chamber of I at Its meeting Monday I)(jls I the Oversea a highway. Ntlll will take place Monday under
with the farm placement serviceof Commerce will be held at 7:30: night after Mayor T. J. Harris Identical conditions which characterized -
the t S. employment service, Thursday night March 12. It laid that such measure had been stopped his truck as soon as he I Homesteads election last
could and went back to the naked
the bureau of agricultural economics will be followed by a meeting of recommended by the state defense 'January.
the agricultural adjustment the board of directors. council. man. I Mayor Lawrence Becker,I* unopposed -
administration and all the I Erection of a steel fence to enclose I "He said he had been set on for re-election, a* are
other agencies Interested In agrl- THE WEATHEROfficial the yard b*.X of the city i e and thrown out of a car", also the following councihner
: C'llrural employment Haikness -:... jail was discussed "And Council old Neill. "He was terribly blistered Charles Clinton Paul Haley, J. .
announced. Farmer may register man E. C. Chronister but not charred. Since I Rohrer R. L. Neill Alonzo Lewis
weather of the
{ Job opportunities through any Subtropical report Station committeeman was bulldln'//bad only my truck, I went to and Herbert Hun- ,
.. of these agencies and the .wp A Homestead, Florida.Experiment investigate suitable Myers filling station (st the corner A candidate m.... be written In
will refer available worker ion] ate IMu.' ..*. I Bat fencing available.At of Oversea highway and Palm the ballot to fill th" vic.ncy
i response to these registrations.The Feb. 26 72 41 \129.96| ] the suggestion of ih* t'vor, avenue) and phoned for Turner's caused by the death of d. V Mul
farm placement program Feb. 27_, J78 I) |r IZi'trace: all fire wells Homestead. J be ambulance which got him to the line last year.
will start '''I south Florida Immediately -' Feb. 28-162 \ cleaned out and ,-.,W In orderto hospital less than f minute af-. Mrs. Flora D Myers town eland
'j b. foD, attempt to pro.'"* March 1_ t 172| 391 f j make sure they *T be available ter I found him." W n. 3. Oron'' 'O,. marshal
eutfcden' ibor-rs yr "plvttin March 2__ 4.71 89 |121.181.| t as -sources of wt4 I *u| / Neill wt' bask with .C.MB- are also unopposed
agar cans and ruck r'opa chick March S J 70 50 |MOO| both for tire ana ) bulance to 'td Me The pb.t Pwn hall Open
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I :I I II I FARM LABOR Homestead Girl St { ]

By Barbara Mine I
ENTERPRISE I (Continued from Page One) wFrank j I

ASKS WHY INTOXICANTS HAVE PRIORITY II.I Ire In great demand on account of' M.rrrww Hausmaa ,,JbaS

MM ARCHEFroiio ball Lanes OVER JkULK IN THE USE OF TIRES?, the wir. be for'.' charge of .the meeting In the absence
will not necessary
AJUORJI LEACH A&eIlIL-: __ of Mrs. Frank Skill'our. I
loii.un M4 Tim irn t lb I IIi farmers to go outside their own:,leader who If In the tosplut,Ws
Editor Leader-Enterprise avail
: counties to check T>n the :
,|opened the meeting with the sin ..
Pdl6heJ rpmm II Hewa+d.'PL.,Ii Recently at the Baptist Church In Homestead Dr. : i able labor, Harkneu ing of "God Bless America ,
Or Me South Lade P.bllolllq Colossus.aueecumoN emPhl.IZed.l which t
In each agricultural
Johnstona made the Incredible statement that Intoxicantshave I was followed by sentence prayer

Is DoM Casa RATES ELM priority over milk In the use of tires. I had mental it work a WPA closely representative with ,the county who 1 for Mrs. Skill. Barbara Miller d

I Own. Dodo Gooses '1." I reservations and hoped that the pastor had carefully checkedhis agricultural agent whoa office I was hostess 'MSJ S
rained so seeelm wan matter The troop wishes to thank 'III 1 a
Ins. source of Information.The li I focal point for farm labor de-
= t w&lle":: :: I the adults that worked hi 'Oat 1I a
,. next day I picked up a copy of the Minonk (IlL) mandi. To simplify the procedure II booth at the Fruit Festival fraj
ai much as possible whatever requests I IIJ
\ editorial The money that each patrol I
News-Dispatch of Thursday, Feb. If. The first made by farmer directto I
made will be spent for (
More Than something
a Ship read as follows: the supervisor of an individual
that is needed
,I the scout park ; a
Americans can do It! "Fred C. Bale, former Judge of Mercer County, Ohio, In WPA project, the supervisor has ;I or little house v
That's what half I world had been Instructed to make qualified i ij
a speech at the Methodist church last Sunday nigtit, brought ;
been shouting. workers available.During NOTICE l.IIF.I''CTrrlounl i
out several ideas worthy consideration. One was when he the last six months of I j'I' NAME LAW JoH j t
And the rest of the world had 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IkotS ,
been whispering It. told of his recent auto drive from Evansville, Ind., to Chicago 1941 more than 216,000 farm jobs:| ondonlmiod. dnlrlni to .....* In toil... 11P
Those who were free shouted it Trying to conserve on his worn tires he drove 35 to 40 were filled. throughout the nation I I GROCERY under the flrtHlout Intend to name Minter. of A the 4 oi I r.

Those who had lost their freedom models of by WPA workers, according to reports ,same with the Clerk of the Clroilt COM
miles hour. Hundreds and hundreds of all '
whispered It. per of the WPA' division of'of Dodt County. FIaW.MRS.. i e
vehicles him. i A. A. FIItHar, F
Americans can do itl! passed training and re-employment. Figures f..b. to. IT. lUr. S and IS. .\10. ,

Then the walling. "Among the number were those big transport trucks, for Florida are not availableat i 1: that'tI r
"What are we waiting for, some with sixteen super-large tires. On the sides of the this time. will 1 apply to MM Hi nonbl Arthur Gamin, 1!, j
America?" I 1 MM at the Circuit Court 1,_. ot till
trucks were the names of such-and-such a beer or breweryor 'r ..a February SIM. "41. .t kit a.i .-. I f
Still the waiting. had dark hair and were about the In Court Howe to adapt Room
I 11.i Step
"It's later than you think, the name of distillery or whllke). When Mr.:Bale woke same height The car was I wood 101...._.. minor and .km hip ammo f
Americans!'' up the next morning In North Chicago he heard the long- green or blue late model Cadillac'I i, twain 101 PAULINE A. InIji i iI

It was. I time-ago clatter of a horse's hoofs on the pavement It .was with a. Florida tag ,I --IF.h..-11, to ,'1. Mar. 4. Is.50MSa f

In fact, it was December 7. I I the milkman using a horse for delivery. Later, shortly before midnight NOTICE OF lrU"ATIOW- :)

And then silence. . Tuesday, Sheriff D. C. Coleman: I! DEED fOAl'TAX
And still the waiting. I "Reports are coming out that milk will soon only be and Ray Mills Investigator for i, Chapter.'17417-11. Al-Art." ot : '

"Shipments to Russia smaller' delivered but every other day on account of the tire ration- State Attorney G. A. Worley, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tWt.lt.<<

than promised" Ing. This means that Nature's greatest food is being held came to Homestead and ques- Cortrionto fc. Uobbo, bolder No. I.of"SUM. leaned and the Cooov Sri Tox a*. .t

"Air powet key to Jap victor. tioned the burned man. From'Lepln' '' of AwwW A. D. I0a1. OM filed MOW kmy t
ies." up-It seems that families without electric refrigeration i orflro. and ban made oppllootteo' lor
answers, they: 0 tu dead to bo faoood tbrrooo. See C*
win have milk for their babies when the applicationIs I
"Where's the Navy? poor ; gathered that three men whom tiflroto omkroooi tko following dootrSproportr

But America could do It. extended to grocery delivery it means that all other foodstuffs had met in a bar the night h'l I .. to-wlti I. tho Count of Dodo, SUMFlorid. ... I

Wasn't that what they all said? must be carried home. fore had proposed to take him Lot 9. Block. 101 Coil Conk ..... .
America could . ,? the then ... a... Part No. S. Rev- Sokowriot
Tuesday pointingout
"Still, beer and whiskey can be delivered hundreds of races Book U. Pun IB, In tko CooM'
"Planes promised""Billions that It was too early at 91a. i>f Dooo. state of Florida. .
appropriated." miles while milk and groceries may not be sent to the home. m., proceeded to drive about'I Tko ooMowont of Mid proprty Wes
I I.
the MM corlKkoto WM the saw II
"By this time next year-'* Is it unpatriotic to ask why breweries and distilleries be the county. At the canal II. Krom Co.. In*,
But down the 0:1:1! tlnboi Mid oirtlloeoorilu .... .hall 100 ndwl
over steppingstones
the asked if he could
not forced to use the railroads? President Wilson stoppedthe men to taw tko Propertytb.rdn -...
of the Pacific turgid Leplns said, and he replied ,that will .ko sold to tho ..._ tdew-
streams from Nippon trickled, sale of alcoholic liquors during the last war. Judge he could although, he told thai i t'', 01 tko tuurt HOUM door on UM tintHondv
tumbled Bale said it would have to be done again if we are to win lo the Bwoth of April 1141.wWdtto 1
Officer, he could not :: the at* dw or April Ml. Dfitoi
"Too little . too la.te." the war. At least, people are going .to kick about not He said the men then held him Soul dor of '....1.. B.1S4S (

Even America? getting city delivery of milk and foodstuffs, if liquor is al took his wallet containing I between I I1 I Clark:" of ClrniM ..I
.. .
00. .. .
Then creaking and a groan 1250 and $300 and then Undo Co.
lowed tires for transportation." (End of quote) ]I; ft M. C. ITERRET. ..
ing.The one of them poured "something; ,Circuit Court goal.
blunt Impact of battering On the surface this Is amazing. However, the average from I bottle' over his clothes],i I'.... II. 2% IT. ..... S. 1941DISTRESS
ram on wedge. : reader Uke myself, does,not know all the elements involved struck 11 match to"a newspaper i i I BALI -i

They: are "driving her uP-up" la the but Is strongly inclined to conclude that some and .set him afire, telling him togo In OM Cases of tko I..... of the ._ '
case '
Fourth DMrict. Dod. Conolr. FhrMo.
onto the W17l.Thlrty.flft takes walk.Lepin'i .- ; ,
powerful mercenary force has succeeded In thwarting the i i WkoroM o writ of attachWood
thousand tons of glasses, his false teeth,:, lo the eaoo of ben L. J. Gllojoo

her. rule of simple equity, defying the obvious spirit of common a ring, and an empty bottle wenfound ,,unpaid plaintiff kouoo, ... .sat. R. one Rlni lot U.of..k._...k.U for

Thirty-five thousand tons of American Justice, as generally understood. near the spot where Nelll''rood, oovmd k. MM attachment will ko
flight old to tho beat .... knhoit bidder OBUbodnr
Someone can render a real public service by telling us. found him His charred wallet,i Mink 14. hi front of the JtmUM.
Thirty-five thousand tons of empty,of money end identificationCards I l[I.' the PMOO onirt room In HaoioUoH Flo
"America can do if all about it, taking us over the route by.whlc'! the! .board was found in the pocket I>.ud thin silk..
Multiply It by nine months. arrived at the conclusion to grant, priority for alcoholicsover of his burned pants. ,I UUOM.U.O' B. x. KENDRICE.

Because nine months" ahead of milk. Yes, of course, millions of us want to know why! The manager of the hotel"at j 1t' Fmrtk Dhnrtrt. Jwtlr.. lha.I of Coonir th Fooott, I In.
time the "Alllbt> slid dorm the
"I' T. D. PICHE. which Lepins told Kendrlek, he /Fob. IS. M. '7. Man S, IS4IIIK _
ways to wa>er. stayed, Identfied the man 1n the I -
Nine r.xxith that could havej I Homestead, Florida. hospital here as one who hadregistered TRI Clltl'," r Cm1'RT OF THE IITH
been used ip by strikes. > --- .- ,
there Thursday of last COUNTY PLUM 114NOTIfrS
Nine months that could have :

'been argued away, over contracts.! P. 0. RECEIPTSContinued LEPINS I week A woman as Al Dllllngham.who said she and | TO WHOM.d......IT that MAY John CONCERN W. Mnnfim IBo mmil .

Nine months that could have! I II III Leplns were married in ,. Mary E. II....... Intend lo apply
September to OM of tko Judges of tko circuit Carl
been eaten up by spreading the' I I One 1941 I of the Eleventh .
(Continued from Page ) I arrived here from Judicial Clmilt l ool
effort a little thinner, making) ( from Page One) and at member Jacksonville for Dade C nntr, 'FI........ for tho adoption
a Tuesday in
years present night'
of Richard ,
retary ol the Redland District I' Ptrkor. a nnlo chill a minor
mere work- for more men, for of the town council, had corns In time to talk to Lepins before he ....... .lxt... monthn of .... and APpl
Chamber of Commerce.
lo <-r.N I cents will pennant their petition on tko
lunch died.
I from his farm for at 1 Yesterday it was learned
Figure obtained from Postmatte' see dw of April. A n. 141.: IooIq mmvthan
> a months of "time to spare"the | o'clock and had back at 2 that he had wife and ..
S. E. Livingston show that gone ; a three, thirty dose fr i tho t puMkotlon
uuld have been consumed I but neither did he children In of thin notlM. ono of 'h. 7-14M
on trip see grown Ingalls Mich
.. post office receipt here In 1935 of MM. rtirt. o* the Fourth Flout the
wit ut getting one minute behind anything out of the ordinary-a 'when a son Flank, Jr., telegraphed Dodo Cam. tr Court HOUM, ro Mid duo
were 11,784 while last year's total .
Kufdule. I. or M onun oo prtHloMr> MWko
strange car or strange men along authorities he would ..... .
"It's only :' I receipts were 18,784.. The I In Person or or __
one ship the canal road. claim! the .... INI.
increase for body. I ILepln. Thin totk dor cf "' "' A. D
rate of postal receiptsfor
But it's the America we've been >
At the hospital, between lapses had told both wives that
Homestead has averaged about MARY E. MAMaUMMENDRICKS
for."We'll .
)1 twice the percentage of Increase Into apparent unconsc:ousness, he was coming to Miami to go ) a HrNUklCXHBr
have to have more ships! Lapin Justice to Trinidad. B. E. HENDRICKS
was questioned by Port of Spain, to take
for the entire country over tho Solicitor for Petit
than that"But of the Peace Sid L. Kendrick of a construction : .: !
way same period, says the C. of C job. Wife No.2 Fb. IT. Mor IS. 10. total
this Is the
way we can Homestead who Sot the following said he had been employed In an
get them. Information from him: explosives plant at St Charles,
Mr. Carson gathered this dataIn
This Is the way we can Ret answer to questions asked by He came to Mlamj Thursday of Mo., and this and the fact that ha .

planes. last week from Jacksonville and Is of German
I'an Important firm wanting facts descent started
This Is gets 1 EXPERT
the way. we .can about Homestead. had been staying at the Bristol speculation that he may have paid

tanks.. j .1 I 1 Hotel near Bayfront Park and with his life for failure to live up

"Us: Is tilt way we. can get, he had come from Green Bay, to, some sabotage or spy agreement -

"lhOr)'. j PETITIONS WIs, to Jacksonville. He was although: State Attorney BARBERING

This Is the way we can "'Vi| picked Up in front of a Miami Worley; ;yesterday announced it as I

peace.-, -Editorl.il u Christian. Octene baP at about 9 o'clock Tuesday his belief that Leplns committed HVre . . ._ __ .." lift
Monitor. (Continue frvtni Page One) 'three
t morning by men, two of suicide.A .
Shave __ ____ .. .
-- ----- tees here last Friday. At vis con- whom wore light suits while the coroner's Jury will conclude

China's Schools Full- 'crence opluion was un. "'nous ,,other wore a dark suit The driver Its Inquest after Investigation ire Shampse (1'1.11) . see

.tat the tu'allation of neatin. I of the car 'wore a light cap ell complet*"' Sbamrwo (5tedlc-ted), ..__. "JsF

Around fifty thousand s'uden' system w. uld bt the first im- Shjeial___ ... . tie
a gain of ,.nost 20,000 nice thebeginning provet nit to he made 10 the
.__.. . lie
of -
the crowd
war, sow bond Issue it voted.

Chit .o'. college and ,.u1wnnl...r It Superin tdent Jaa. T. Wilson I Facial ,rk _' ....._. 750

Wh ? China ha that many stu- Is IT it to address the Comb: tie. clal. _. ne

I deLta of higherlearning tojty'meeting ht ,*lll send R sut-l'..te tURNER'SFUNERAL Ten'e ___ -.. -._ Po

there wee only Sl.vtXt when the,county official to do 10, It announced 1 Mtsstavue rrin _, .- ._ ._ lie
,Japane rt began their Irvo-, 4 terd.y,

.alas In 'IMT. This Increase has I! Other f- rovements tot... nodewith

beta carried out despite th. war,t lone; from the p. lid 'u JJ b II'S .

the uttering of dim's copies. ,oord issue are construction vt an i !

and the renroval of et ools to the 1 auditorium and a gymnasium, cod, .2UIour Ambulanee Service f : Barber

I, laterior of the country. And, ac.,version of the present gymnasium > _: : Shops

.ordlng lo Zing Yang Kuo, CM.steee late a cafeteria, general repairs to LADY ATTEMUVTPhone
educator adlecturer China)all buildings, and construction of i 0... Ctty'HiD.r

_, J expects an Increase of several j!bleacher for the baseball park i70' Homestead FJa. ;
thousand students a year I and outdoor stage. I ..
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... i Friday, March 6, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Three J

- Ii j PAPER SALVAGE I 1 Eliminate Petty Politics From War j: vnl. ARnlAN DIES '! L.To Earl Wardens Curry to at Speak Terrine .

TO BUY SCOUTS I Effort Is Plea to Congress by Lions !
.0.: Harold Kendall assistant to Division I
our Elimination of petty political In- that fact. I Air Raid Warden Bob ,Bar-
We1oS FIRST AID ffl. prference from the national war "We Floridians propose to hold CLARENCE field of Perrine announced last
a;: effort Is demanded of congress in i Jour Washington representative :: HERE I I night that L. Earl Curry, chief
salvagedrive j letter from the Bedland District air raid warden of Dade County
7 a to even a higher standard of --- i i
weU& Money from upaper; Lions Club to Florida's representatives I' statesmanship than the people of I'I William Parman of Toledo. Ohio I I II would meet with all air raid
of the Homestead Boy at Washington, authorized Texas did recently "their communications wardens of Mr. Barfieldi division
Scouts will be used to buy first at the weekly meeting of the club to their congressmen. I who had visited with his ton, who have not obtained Identification -
all aid kits for senior scouts, who in Tuesday night. Any time another politician sabotages Clarence J. Parman, In Homestead ;! cards at the Perrine Com-
lilt accordance with the precendent The club voted to request other our national war effort we ':for the past 17 winters, died at munity House from 7:30 to 9:SO
a \ set by Boy Scout at Pearl Harbor Lions clubs in Florida to write demand that you raise your voicein I! the Parman home on N. Krome I, next Thursday flight
t and action taken by the Dade similar letters protest end condemnation. I|! Air raid wardens of any other
avenue early Wednesday morn-
County scout council!, will serve j
Inc district who wish to obtain Identification -
The of "Modern warfare has made the j jdlaeaae.
action the Redland District Ing. Death was due to
ark a* aids and runners for air raid o I cards may do so at this
entire of
Lions was preceded by a discussion population our nation .
. t wardens. led by Lion Carl Wagner, combatant and this makes it necessary | Mr. Parman, who was 81 yean meeting, said Mr. KendallTo
i Senior scouts of the Homestead principal of Redland Farm Lire to have our conception of old, retired from the mercantile! get their Identification cards, !
'j and their I air raid wardens must bring with
I troop scoutmaster, Art School. treason redefined. All patriotic buiineta In Toledo last year and
....raI. McKee, attended a county-wide "Politics in peace time is a Americans now have only one objective :, when he came to Homestead several them two small photographs of
I II! senior scout meeting In Miami democratic luxury", said Mr. I -to win this war. Any kind I months ago planned to make themselves.. ,
e Monday night at which an FBI Wagner. "Unfortunately some of of sabotaging of our war effort his future home with his ion and -- --
= fi expert spoke in preparation forgetting our congressmen are still playing I by any soldier, sailor marine!M I daughter-tn-law. He suffered Caretaker's Quarters
at. them fingerprinted and low, selfish politics to the detriment congressman or citizen is treason hit tint heart attack on Jan. 12. Slated for Bay Park
s : Ittiotographed. Arrangementswill of our defense program. We and must be dealt with as such I!| Mr. and Mrs. Parman left for -'
I be made to have a first aid i must Jnslst that this, be stopped", "We have unalterable faith In I I Toledo Thursday with the body i Construction of caretaker
- I Instructor conduct a class for ,' The ,letter tQ Florida's repre our government:destiny and officials following arrangement made byTurner quarters at the county's Bayfront
:: sesJor. scout here. uSenlec Koutalan Park, nine miles east of Homestead
I aentatl'VII. add .aedatars .iD congees : W* shall see to It that Funeral Home. The fun-
w- boys of 19 lied over, j .Js as follows: his faith is Justified' 'The French I eral WM tentatively set to be held will probably be" started,
r collection will he pre Tntr people ef' Florida have people Ilaof Uke1 fl''kpoa '] Monday. next'_ County CemmlsaionrJ.
i u.eaa-I' D. ....... id last Bight.
by solicitation nade.bp..ra I ,
with the
.r twea-digosteft comp eeac selves 11) w41 shit Their Survivor ladudr another son i ijmpeevemests
ot fCQUII. hl'SllQl..baft : <> wjtsrtlra* a* aonessenttalsv'Sktttot Justified. and France felt America : Howard ft. 'Paratan of Chicago; Dock have .beta built and otter- 1
I C" emulations. of eld pewtaaaan.L et .ur. aeVbuVpft.UtteBr : .deserves liasMMT.'lbJaX effl-I two.date s.-Mm-UarMa Neunfcb nude at an. I Idill'e
ate aids Ui. give the '. .- the activity 'aa* catering tospftHT tint representation fB Washing-j ter 'of L Santa Marino Cal Hit *f Sl9.tfA.Mr. I" ,
.J(, K jf Dta without-walttn far.their .latesests Uut aas- tike.piaorbafote too"amTyevr"record' .vlDdi- Lou Rohloffof Crsrtown,. 0.;'aDd A, government departau '.1,.
,, ttliecUoovtnttk'm7-rtag off and site the Pearl asked tnttunl*>* r, we ".( i tt
: tate ur'1aHhCohlMeifce, 14 re" ewe broUIen. flarmast and.. Chris
a deutions to tbe Rnmactead Ita,,*"' episode: We realize that hance'hr"3et. . : 7 -", Panaaa of Marietta. O. boat-stock at the pack II sons et,
.t Swimming Pool building; said Mr. tries' things have bee toleratedby 24-keurwatcb ever Ute property

.:... McKee" ,;.who. is ,manager, of the the America people in peace Barn 'Dance Raises $85, i Funeral Services Held can fee maintained
pool. J time. However,' we wish to .assure ,I r. s. o. w. GIRLS IN DCFEWS*
i you that this b one time Another Set for Mar. 14 I For Wm. Franklin LinesWm.
Talk on Incendiaries when everything that interferes Tallahassee, Mar. 5-Home
Slated Here March 13 with the war effort must be The barn dance given by the : Franklin Lines, who came nursing, first aid and even auto
Junior' Woman's Club of Homestead to Cape Sable ai a fisherman 20 at
yaw stopped. We have never spoken mechanics are being taught
.i... Three hour of Information and to you with the sincerity and alt Saturday night was years ago, died here Feb. 24 at Florida State College for Women
Instruction regarding incendiary determination with which we now such a financial success that the the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. as extra-curricular courses. Other
:: bombs will be given air raid speak. clu bhas decided to give another Radford with whom he lived. I I defense courses Include communi-
-, wardens firemen and auxiliary dance on March 14 in the Cham- Funeral services conducted I
Nt "You have been elected to act were cations, gardening, household
ads, firemen from 8 until 11 Friday for us on matters pertaining to ber of Commerce building to ob- Saturday at Turner Funeral Home mechanics food conservation and
aOf. night Mar 13. By Capt. Jeff our national business You are tain funds for contemplated building by the Rev J E. Johnstone pastor I! so on
Davis Of the Miami fire department not part of a labor government, a improvements of the First Baptist Church of 1 Homestead girls who are enrolled -
,oIL farmer' bloc or a governmentof Arrangements are In the handsof Uomr tead. Burial was In Palm in defense courses are Mist
0< W. E. Rhenejs division air raid any other special interest a committee headed by Mrs. (Cemetery at Narnnjn I Dotty Drown who la taking auto
warden, said yesterday that ad- group. You are now the American Roberta Harrison. i I'mechanics and Miss Cecelia
-' dit'onfll! air raid, wardens are government and your record I Eighty-five dollars vies real- j( amount will go toward the club' Harper who it taking household
needed for the northwest section must now harmonize itself with |l lzcd from the barn dance. ThisGROVE > scholarship fund I II mechanicsSPECIAL
;:. WHlc'JI' ('* bet*'Urtlaldm drive: I ----
... and Eighth street, west of Krome
avenue. Volunteers requestedto I LANDS-TRUCK LAVDS-CITY LOTS-HOMES
Apply either to Mr Rheney or
4ti to A. R. Livingston, district air Prices "'eM.Neyer So Low-Plenty of Good Values
raid warden. 27 in. x 43 in. FELT RUGS

'Mr. 'Rheney said that W. II. II A. CAMERON .
c."a. Woods is making Identification Brown Blue Green
holographs for air raid wardens REAL ESTATE
at the nominal charge of two for $1.00 each
M .---- Smith-Graves Furniture Co.
Three Faculty Changes Opposite Odd Fellow's Building 9

Made injtedland High Tel NO. It Established 1920 Phone'2IS-J Homestead
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4as Miss Anne Wilson, student .
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teacher at Duke University has
replaced Miss Helen Daniel as I s
a teacher of Spanish and English In
Redland High School. Miss Wilson I
has been working for a mas I

n.v s ter's Mrs.degree.Alice Edwards of Prince- HELP THE DEFENSE PROGRAM
n.t. ton has been transferred from
South Miami to teach the Latin
t.Y and English classes formerly
!1f taught by Mrs. Shirley Harknass
Mrs. Dorothy Cowdy has replaced e .
Roger Jarman as teacherof
mathematics and history in the
Redland school. -
New Potatoes are now' being dug. Lay in a supply for the
Miss Lela R. Hook Dies

At Home of Mra. Booth

Funeral services---for Miss Lela summer and save hauling back from the North later. These

Roxanna Hook, 72,who died yesterday I

Mrsr E.at W.the Booth home after of her a lingering sister-, locally grown potatoes will keep until July or August if storedin

illness, will be conducted at

4 p. Home m. today by in the the Rev.Turner T. A.Funeral Fer-- a cool, dry place. Buy a bushel or five bushels if you can

guson, pastor of the Homestead
Methodist Church. Burial will
be in Palm Cemetery at Naranja. use them by August. Help your local growers and also save
Miss Hook, a seamstress came
to Homestead 17 years ago from
Lexington, Va. She was born in :hauling costFlorida
Buchanan, Va. .
Besides Mrs. Booth she Is survived .
by another sister, fra. Ceo.Ttinty t"i' .t ,. .
of Lexington. : .


"Gentleman Preferred would Asset like to meet j East Coast Fertilizer Co:
attractive young lady with four
good tires-Ad in San Diego I Ipaper.
by wan Street I
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bright spot in the University Vladivostok. I Mn. Augustus Wynn was elect-i April 28 when Mrs. Sydney L I

'* calendar was Wednesday Mra. Cooper stated that .she had president of the Junior Woman' I Welntnub, president of the Dad
'* dinner meeting when Mr. I once refused to make her home In ,fed I( County Federation of Women's '
Homestead at the
Clayton Scdgwlck Cooper, gifted Hawaii because of its large Japanese Club Clubs, will be guest speaker and
j, author and after-dinner speaker, population "I fear the say annual meeting of the club held Installing officer.

i i gave her Impressions of the Japanese r Japanese men," she said,n.t; j Monday evening In the clubhouse. Five new members taken Into
among whom she had spent can't be trusted. You tell 1 She will succeed Mrs. James L. I the club were: Mrs. Alton Home,
many summers while her husband ; what 1* behind those Impassive Bird who has held the office for Mrs. C A. Lounsbury. Miss Lois

Ii was American consul general facet." ( two years and will now become Kent, Miss Birdie Home and Miss

of Shanghai. The meeting was ;, Mra. Cooper related many a member of the senior club. I Margaret Albright
it held at the home of Lieut. anj amusing experiences of her life In Other officers elected were:1 The club voted to sponsor a

Mrs. W. L Sawyer, and the din- I Japan, and closed with a plea for lint vice-president, Mrs. Burley home nursing course: which will
ner was served by two members I the adoption by residents of this Dandy; second vice-president, be started March 21. Anyone Interested -
of the club Mrs. B. M. Hindman I district of China four-slde-nelgh- a Mn. Olin Wright; recording secretary in paining 1s asked to

and Mrs Sawyer, to add to the I bor plan. Mn. Roberta Harrison; register with Mrs. Bird or Miss

;, Club'i scholarship fund. :I Mrs. W. R. Bird, president, presided I corresponding secretary, Mn Reitt, Red Cross chairman.

The war will last several year and Mn. Ben Archer Introduced Virginia Walton; treasurer Miss Announcement was made that .
:\: now that,Japan has raw materials the speaker. Mn. Ivan Geraldine Reitz; auditor. Mrs. An $IS wa cleared at the-bor'aa dance

lire. Cooper. Mostr and Mrs. Archer were host- ,rMrs 'sell Barrow; and sponsor, MYs.. sponsored by.the- eW 4as,Saturday
t r predicted. 'A territory U un- seem ps Bird. TJae.,iM>aesAi ia4 t placed far'
bellev-M. end 1M'scorched TIM other* present. Included: Five, other members of' :.silo the pobi igrfetaiC -_ a. <, trrYttt .

earth .Y be overcome by Mr. and Mrs L. R. Bec er,,.IIl. 'Augustus newlslected Junior club besides Mrs. Bird.In. ; "waQ:" .
| > : Z;A. Buch l8,,. itttfjrvGreene a ""' >m''T."jl. 7 r
Japan, of workers:, the and Mrs Paul Reynolds, Mr. anal .. president TJftheJT nloTWoman's . 1" .. .
.aid "J.j u both, army,and Mrs. E. &, BUckbum. Mr... sod Mrs. Tlobert .ClWUs-A; -.t+ ;p ati .;riazillut.;. ..
navy and, the .*e'fervidly,:fan- Mrs, LBOAltL. Hood MrjiKi Club of Homestead. Mrs R E. Sherard and MlsrjPealt Maw t.cPp igditr q Itll....sod. M1'I \,:- .rl

ticalty patriotic. Mrs Bevy Webb Dr. -and lira I Whitaker, sled will be graduated 1IaJIn.; W \lta1)Ic 'bgts =

"The f e-year Chinese war bas Ceo. D. Buehle, Lieut and Mrs. .The. Calendar'. Into the Woman's Club' of Homestead -- r.wt"'ltgssc> s.dlq/tslawh&IIenrdW .
worn the Japanese down a little. D. O. Spellman,. Mrs. JT C. Wynn In April. Masc Buchasmn-' Bans...Mn.Mrs. ;. .
In spite lot lack of proper arm Mrs. A. D. Hardin, Mn Howard Mar 6Al1.daymeeting., 'of Officer* of both! clubs' wilf'SeJ! Wytmt .,'Green,'. Miss Home, '

every Chinese farmer U a ,uerllI Johnson, Mrs. frank Hausman, Homestead Home DemonstrationClub Installed a dinner meeting on Ml8S.Whitak. and14)31) Relt:

la. It we could get arms to China Mrs. J. R. Rutland, Mrs. Ruth L. In Future Farmer. clubhouse.

she. would fight our battles for Scott, Mn Moser, Miss Lois Mar. 6-Dinner meeting of EASTER IN THE EAST TOPIC .I hostess.
Ui.* I Behrens, Miss Virginia Frick, Presbyterian Mens Club. OF TALK AT REDLAND CLUB I j f I The next meeting will be held

Incendiary bombs could burn Janice Jdhnson, Lieut. Sawyer ,. Palestine at Easter time was described ,I April 8 at the home of Mn. J. A.
Mar 6-W. M. U. day of
an of Japan she said, but now I Mr. Bird Mr. Hindman, Mr in church. prayerprogram by Mrs. Maud E. Chandler ': Rotherham, it 'was announced.

they would have to be flown from Archer and Billy Sawyer. I at a meeting of the Redland II Present besides those mentionedwere
Mar. Honoring by Ad Astra
Neighborhood Club Wednesday a : Mrs. L. Chose, Mrs. Dorothy
I Chapter of O E S. past matrons)
SARAH ALBERTSON WOOLLEY SPENDS DAY and past patrons the home of Mrs. Reed Holmes i,I Gowdy, Mn A. H Crouse,
II' Mrs. Clayton Sedgwlck Cooperand : Mrs. Sam, J. Davis, Mrs. Rother
WITH HOMESTEAD ART CLUB MEMBERS I Mar. Meeting of Monday Mrs. Chandler both spoke on I| ham and Miriam Holmes.
-- Music Club at home of Mrs Bevo Palestine.

There i I' more beauty in ideal- 1 be held at the home of Mrs D. DSpellmnn Webb at 3:30.: Mrs. Gco. Wright gave a read.I FLORIDA CITY W. 8. C. 9.
Mil painting than In realistic on N. E. Seventeenth Mar 10-Election meeting ol Ing "Tapestry Weaver". Piano 'TO GIVE BENEFIT SUFFER

tMintmR Sarah Albertson Wool)', street it was decided, after Mrs. Homestead Woman's Club. selections were presented by Miss I The W. S. C. S. of the Florida

noted New York and Miami painter pellnum had offered to let the Mar. 11-Rotary Ann night at Judith Williams of Minneapolis, City Community Church will hold

told members of the.Homestead :club use one of her ,rooms for a Rotary Club dinner. Mrs. W. C. Gaby, Margaret and I a, benefit covered dish..supper in
Art Club, Friday "The studio.A Mar. 13-Meeting of painting Marshall Holmes and Lila Abbon- the Sunday school building,

idealistic painting always offers 1 bountiful pot-luck luncheon group at home of Mn. D. G dandoes.: Thursday, Mar. 12 at Q o'clock
you something new," she said. was served buffet style to those Spellman at 9:30. Chicken sandwiches and hot
( The realistic painting leaves present: Col. and Mrs. Kingman, Mar. 13-Exhibit of Princeton I chocolate were served by the READ THE WANTADSJack I IDIXIE
nothing for the imagination." 'Mrs. Woolley, Miss Burkhlmer.I Home Demonstration Club at ----
'Mrs. Woolley was of the Miss Elizabeth S.
guest Hall Mrs. MaudE.
home of Mn R. L. Scott.
club nt an all-day meeting that Chandler, Mn Frank Webb,
1 because of rain and wind was[t Mrs. Spellman, Mn. E. L. Stream, Mar. 14-Dance in Chamber of

transferred from the municipal Mrs. Alvah H. Crouse, Mrs. H A. Commerce building sponsored by
pork to the home of Col. and Mrs. Ekberg, Mrs. Archer Misses June the Junior .Woman s Club. ,
Ralph Klngman on Klngman road.I' and Lois Vrana and the Rev. Robert Mar. IS-Garden Club meeting
it home of Mrs. M.'M.
I Black.
ls the
"Simplicity thing you:i H. Spear
should strive for," she said. "Blot Mar. 1ft-Meeting HomesteadB.
out all MRS. P. W. C.
non-essential details. I BURR CON'DUCTSAUXILIARY
'And don't be afraid to add to PROGRAM I Mar. 18-Social meeting of

or subtract from what you actually Mrs. R. y, Burr conducted the I Junior Woman's Club. DRUG Howard I
I Mar. 17-Meeting of HomesteadW. Polk
I see. The artist rarely finds program at a meeting of the Worn- Johnson ,
things placed an's S. C. S. circles. Phones II and (101I '
to suit his purpose, Auxiliary of the Homestead
so he shifts and eliminates and Presbyterian Church Feb. 27 at Mar. 19-Baked ham dinner of I I It's rood for customer! For the
I \ Altar Society of Sacred Heart news our Spring Clearance Sale
.dds--In short he composes his the home of Mrs. Ceo. M. Frlck. Catholic Church. meant greater values In dependable merchandise And you get
picture. Taking part on the program! full also packagm-freth full quality merchandiae. And our fast, I
"Don't entitled Mar. 20-Local exhibit of f friendly service goes with purchase.
i Pa'; paint Just anything, "Christian Ambassadon" Homestead Home DemonstrationClub. every
only the things that really were: Mn C Ben glummer, MI'IP. .
I appeal to you. There Is ,where I I Frank G. Hathaway, Mrs. J. A..
you'll find Ricks Mrs. Man. 23-Meeting of Monday
I Inspiration. R. E. Trotter and
i At the request of the club Mrs. I Mn. J. M Holferty. Mn. A F, Music Club with Homestead Art
I Club in Legion hall at 3 30.
I .Woolley exhibited three of her Darling had charge of the devotional SAYS MRS. HOUSEWIFEYou
Mar. 28-Meeting of University
paintings and answered numer I part of the program.
Club at home of Mrs. J. R. Rut- can make your spring nl Just
ous question of the local group. Mn. Geo. D. Ruehle president,
land get Rtxall Dreg Store Caning
: At the close of the talk she offered presided over the business period t and a,e how much fun Spring your cleaning can need be .

kindly criticisms of work I Othen present were: Mrs. R. N, . Here are a few tnggmtlonai Defender Rubber
done by the club members. Herman, Mn. T. L. Hodges, Mrs Glovte. Elkay'a Glut Cleaner, Elkay'a Moth
Miss Mary' Burkhlmer, an artist I Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. M .B. Ho- Crystals Elkay's Insect Killer and other need.
from East Orange, N. J and mine; Mrs. N. Van Geldren, Mn. See them today.

Miami spoke briefly Mrs. Ben W. H. Owens. Mrs. A. Arthur THE UXAU DlUft STORE
I r;
Archer, president announced that Mw. Paul Haley. Mn. M. W.
. a national Red Cross poster contest : I Kent Mrs. M. M. Black and Mn. .AtnliU
}; t Is to be held. Frank O. Robinson.

j i The Friday meetings will now I I I 'lllt+rttrtfm++rtfrtfRift} ., :> YEAST TAIltTS AND IRON mr WIN AND IRON


I TO HEAR JUNIOR MEMBERSThe Yeast Vitamin andIron A big favorite for

1 \ Stephen Foster Junior Music .To Keep .. la one tablet. ? many years.Alds appetite
Club will the 1osItno--ofnqulll" too.PunteSt .
present =
programI wideI with Theis.Iho 9oTTLI o.
the Monday Music Club March AwaleOre.irlseta Ma= lsahod . c too 590 fULL PINT$t.9
B at 3:30 o'clock at the home bf soig eomfortobisl
I I A 7ttaa Nose -}" ,Olraa -
Mr*. Dew Webb Instead of at .
the home of Mrs. Ceo. N. Wake- Ask For

field. Hostesses for the occasion 1 mON liVER AND VITAMIN 9
will U Mn. Wakefleld. Mrs. d1tvcnniquL 'ONE WAR99W
Webb,, M.... C U. Steffanl. Mn.
E a.d httew d., I. pw simple er nutrl.tlenal Popular way
A. M. Learn, Mr H. Collier .... Vtu min
,Mkt eM 1M (rsltaar. 61.w.. .._..... anemia. Rich bmeflu of
and Mrs. Lee U. Lehman. I heblp.d Ikwa..da bq ai.Al Forma.0ad _._ Important Iron. Hand G when there
Aide is a deficiency of
AIR CONDRn1NFn ALICI 'S BlffiOY? tine formula. these i n,
101.1.'.. IaAYI IN COMFORTAtes.sa.IF.X., Dr. I). F. Stebbins SALONAmM.CY..ra..w ,r lot $4 00 too.Stimulate* appetite 6.R

cww.-: I" "..... nh ,Iva ass
Ie 1'IG.OF $1 39
...!.(. ids to ii.e P. M. Dr. L. W. Stebbins Sac ,
AA.Md.s-..alas set ,' .. M .
a 7" mom
I 1 HIS W. FUgler 81. Miami : --'"'!' Ina -
Venetian Skating Rink Phase 200
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I Social Events. NEVIS

i" By special Invitation the Hon.,' BATE: First tnserUoa 10 V't* a lint lint; subsequent taucnlnn*

'Wed High School Is giving aa : ,

I hour .concert and drill at Taver-I ,

I nler Friday, March. The trans : SALE 3;
1 FOR RENT I' -Bauguineas--
FRANK portation Is being furnished and months old. SLc rarh. Helen

PIANO RECITAL BY HANNAH ASHER I the band receives one-half of the II FURNISHED 4 room modern Whiting Ferreyra: Roberts road

I proceeds taken In.vThe Band Pat- house, $20. Call Mowry BoardIng just north of Avocado drive.
rons' Association purchased a a8-tf)
Frank Hagler Rice was pre- Mrs. J. R. Rutland, Mr. and Mrs Conn trombone.The House (pm-')
recital R. J. Hester Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
tented In a piano Saturday ,
girls 'and boys' glee clubs
evening at the home of bU parents Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs. W. B : are enjoying preparing for the FOR SALE LOANS

Mr. and Mrs. C. Hagler Rice, Mills, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Galla- operetta, "Rose of the Danube." FRUIT SPRAY MACHINE with
Asher of the her, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hindman,
by Hannah Spiro
tank and motor, also steel bbl., LOANS TO MODERNIZE,
school of music of the Universityof Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Andersen, Dr. BASKET BALL NEWS . REMODEL
I see L. S. Spencer, Navy pipe yd.(120tf REPAIR AND
and Mrs. Frank Hausman. Mr. and
Miami. The local boys had one of the ) I Grove Residential and Business
The fifteen-year-old musician lain Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mrs. O. I. I I
most successful seasons In years.Out Property are available through
the tenth grade at Homestead Gault, Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mrs. Coj of a possible 21 games we FINE POTATO LAND, (0 acres at BROOKER LUMBER CO. INC
High School, and he plays the H. Steffanl, Mrs. Floy Watson, lout but four. The fourth game I $220 per acre. An additional Suggestions:
tuba In the school band. He began Mrs. Ruth L. Scott, Mrs. J. D. was last 61 acres adjoining for only 1210 I
Friday: night when we I Add extra rooms or porches
Of music three Redd, Mrs. J. W. English Mrs.'I' cash.
the study years ago lost to Fort Lauderdale by a close New roof and other rep' irs
under the Direction of Claudine W. E. Rheney, Mrs. H. E. Schaff, score of 32-34. Convert garage Into apartment

Mendez, "If nothing interferes. Mrs. C. J. Parman, Miss Virginia ; Ralph Delllnger has a total of FRUIT STAND with living quarters Convert house Into duplex apt

Frank Hagler should do great Frick Miss Bertha Kill Hausmart, 250 points. Flemoy Lott 188, and bath and JH acres, good location I MONTHLY PAYMENTS
music" Mrs, Asher's Miss Sarah Norton Miss Augusta 1900.ACRES .
In Is
things I Doc Robertson 137. An the "B" $100, 18 mo. repay $5.98 mo.
Brown Miss Lois Beruwns Miss '
verdict. team Richard Diggers has total .84
a $1000, 38 mo.-repay $31 mo.
Vocal numbers for the recital Clarice Dodson, Miss Mabel Ruth 8 avocados
of 69 bearing enclosed '
Arnold Mellwaln has 74 $1000, 60 mo.-repay $%1.67 mo.
furnished by Douglass Bren- Pope Miss Van Rheney Miss with fence
were and Lanier Whitehead has 68. The woven $5000, 60 mo.-repay $10833 mow
ner of Miami voice pupil of Sarah Ardel Parman, Misses Mary: "B" team lost S out of 14. Our 10 acres scarified lr 2 acres "'
Folwell of the school of music Frances and Ruth Rutland, Ceo. first game in the tournament will plneland no buildings, all fer Loans Ca-B;; ; SecuredTo

faculty who played his accompaniments. M. Frlck John- McLean and Frank be against St. Patrick. Homesteadwas $5,500-one-half cash, required. Modernize and Repair .
victorious over that team In
The program follows: "FlghetU the two previous games.BIOLOGY 10. ACRES, Includes acres Valencia PROPERTY
(Bach), "Invention No. 13", "In- GARDEN CLUB TO BUY ,. I orange and small cottage.
vention No. 8", Frank Hagler IS* WORTH OF BONDS MEWS Priced at 2500. Terms, half Loans for NEW. CONSTRUCTIONof

Rice; "Aus Mien Grossen" Fifty dollars worth of defense Mrs. Hester's' biology pupils are cash. Commercial Buildings are also

(Schmerzen), "Ave Maria" (Franz I bonds and stamps will be boughtby now taking conservation and available on MONTHLY PAY.

Schubert), "Wanderer's Song'1 the South Dade Garden Club health and heredity tests, to prepare Plenty of other good values. MENT PLAN through Brooker

(Schumann), Douglass Brenner; with money realized from the them for their next project. It. A. CAMERON Lumber Co.W.y.ldt .
"The Harp" (Chopin"Nocturne I flower show at the Fruit Festival The ninth grade science Is now Phone '71 Homestead. Fla.m827). Stands, Barns, Gasoline

C Sharp Minor" (Chopin), Frank it was decided at a meeting held doing experiments in the labora ( Stations, Utility Bldg, Tourist.
Hagler Rice; "The Hills of Home" Monday at the home of Mrs. JoelJ. tory. Cabins, Real Estate Office, Garage, I

(Foil), "Into the Night" (Edwards Robinson where Mrs Robinsonand The pupils In.the eighth gradeare DOORS, windows, screens, second Poultry Buildings and various

), "Traveling" (negro spiritual Mrs, Grace McLellan Smith working out a nutritional pro- hand galvanized shingles.: Call other Industrial and commercial j
), Douglass Brenner: "A were hostesses. gram. at Eva Collins' home In Modelloat buildings are eligible Inside or t

Sigh" (Liszt), "Concerto A Major Mrs. O. W, Calkins told how to noon. outside city limits.MONTHLY tI

-First Movement" (Mozart), root cuttings, Mrs. H..J. Brockett STUDENT COUNCIL NOTES FOR SALE Tropical plants, ill PAYMENTS
Frank Hagler Rice with second spoke on billboards along tin The student council now taking rue trees and tropical fruit u I$100, 18 mo.-repay $5.98 mo i

piano part by.Mrs. Asher. highway and .M.... M. M. Black Immediate steps toward the season. Jungle Grove Redlarw $1000, 36 mo.-repay $3194 mo.

Ice cream and cake were served talked on bird purchase of a school pjaque. On road and Plummet drive. $2900: 36 mo.-repay $111.85 mo.

after the recital- The next meeting will be held this plaque will be placed the I We also h.ve"A., LOANS

Guests present were: Mr. and at the home of Mrs. Black on names of all the students that fifth and sixth gradeboys and I for New Homes payable jnonthlyI
March 18 and Mrs. Black and MrsH. have attended Homestead High
girls baseball last I over 20-23 years. sjl
played week
HOMESTEAD CLUB WILL .O. Cronwall will be hostesses, School and are now In the armed -
SPEND OAT CANNING it- was' announced.Present service. ot this country. The and the boys won. .I We furnish Ideas, estimates, and!

,Homestead Home Demonstration besides those named plaque will be In the shape of a GIRLS' BASKETBALL materials. y..
member will spend todaycanning Were: Mrs. Ben Young, Mrs..R. a shield large enough to hold the TOURNAMENT. There Is no obligation In discussing -

and making green tomato: Desmond, Mrs. .H. J. Derbyshire names of the boys now enlisted The senior high school girls' your needs with us. Phoneor

pickles .and relish in the Future I Mrs. J. A. Ricks Mrs. Albert and the ones expected to be In basketball tournament was held call. We'll gladly exp'aln the

,Farmer Clubhouse, The meeting Buie, Mrs. Joe Kamps, Mrs. T. E. their country' service within the at Miami Edison gym Wednesday, lervlce.

will start St 9.30: o'clock and a : Stadig, Mrs. H.J. Shepherd Mrs next two years The purpose of March 4. Those going were Athley BROOKER LUMBER CO.

covered dish meal will be servedat W. K.. Walton, Mrs. W. K. Hats this plaque is to honor the boys Kemp, Dorothy Sullivan Evelyn Phone 61 men 4.S
Mrs. Annie R. Butler Mrs. Goldle who are willing to their livesIf
noon. give Sykes, Ellen Schallern, Catherine Homestead tin.
The local exhibit of .th< club 'I McCready, Mrs. N. G.: Ball: Mrs necessary to their country, and Rohrer Florence Nelson Ann

will be held Friday March 20,.In T. L. Hodges ..ndII... Esther also to let their names be remembered Shackleford, Dorothy Kyle, Clarice
tile clubhouse. Blue ribbon win- !Rivington.: In. the school for the yearsto Dodson Annabelle eters. LOSTSPECTACLE

mrs will coirpete 1n the county: come.
achievement flay In Miami: sometime W. S. C. 8. VOTES TO HOLD FORMER HOMESTEAD GIRL blond |>'*rtlc
In April MISSION STUDY COURSE ELEMENTARY NEWS HONOREDMiss frames, lost about Fell. pos.

.' The W. S. C. S. of the Homestead ,Miss Jacksoa's roow won P. T. Betty Brown, talen'ed 11 til' at Fruit Festlvitl. Box

W. M. V. OBSERVES Methodist Church voted at. A. money at the last P. T. A. Homestead girl who Is a freshman A-137, Homestead Lender and

WEEK OF PRATER a meeting in the parsonage Tues meeting and has bought with it at Florida State College for I EnU rprine.
day to hold a mission study class and additional money seven pain Women Is to be honorary cadet I
An In the First '
all-day meeting some time in April. It voted of goldfish and a dozen new snails. colonel at the military .ball given WANTKII
Church will
Baptist today close also to send $15 to the girl In The fish varieties acquired are: by students ai the University o* I _
the W, M. U. week of for
the Methodist orphanage that the blue moons, green sword tails Florida Marsh 6. . .
on Friday .
home missions. Mrs. J. Tom RFD \*>D h...n 'v th nutuuP iI -
society Is sponsoring red moons, llmia fish, zebra fish,
Is the
leading social event .
Vann will have charge of the pro- < i I u .uitabl ft r 'U' ry,
Curing the meetings of the Individual hybrids, and goldfish. The children college year, ide foi e" J Nor eat /:..a.I .
gram. circles, it was decided. are very much delighted at I
Services have been held each ml I om'!. Am er at ac t-..ane.
members wU sew for the Red watching and studying their fish. LIBRARY NEWS '
Dex- I Eleanor Fros.ncr, one
morning India church. Mrs.
Cross. Doris Parker is welcomed back
The library has been ena. ed
ter Horne was In charge Monday;' A pla)|jt describing sanitary after having been sick with the by the addition of new bookshelves I_
. Mrs. D. R. Snyder. Tuesday; Mrs. conditions in India was presentedby chicken pox. Lawrence Westbury and cupboards. The PIRSJN to keep house ;:;fire:

R. E. Edwards, Wednesday; and I Mrs. Sam J. Dsvls. Taking has recently been sick with the study h.llls being pushed back sit Jiiid during the day. Light
Mrs. E. L. Lawrence Thursday.The .
part were: Mrs. C. D. Eakjr flu. that we may have a larger and .cork. Off any evening P. O.
monthly .meetings of the teacher: Mrs. T. A. Ferguson Mr Seville Pheln.n from Atlantais nicer library. The thanks for this I r < 10, Homestead Flu.
circles also were held this! week. I J. A. McNeill Mrs. Dan Wllliami a new. pupil in Mrs. Edwards': work goes to Mrs. Callaher. (pm-8)
Circle One met wit- Mrs. Harry pupils; and Mrs Davis fie mis class: 1

Hall Tuesday afternor Mrs. Dex. sionary. Mrs E. S. Caplinger conducted A Dutch scene for the monthof HIGH SCHOOL NOTES TUTi.,BIND WAN"'!:" Mgti' I
ter Home presided ai. Mi*. T. T. of the March Is border for The education ,
the devotional part a pretty girls' physical: school and grade school subjects
BowlI1 oeonducted the devotionals.Others program. Mrs Thurman's class blackboard. classes welcome4 Miss'Cook bach M:A, H. J. Armstrong. A. D
present were: Mrs. T. D.Prchd Present besides those mentionedwere Many Lou Lawrence was pro- Monday. She had ben 111. Plummer drive and Counrj

Mrs. Catherine Packard : Mrs. H. L. Brown ilrs. J. gram chairman is a quizz pro- Mrs. Brandenburg substituted Club road
Mrs. Julia Polk and Mrs. M. A. L. Ballard, Mrs. O. L. ShowalterMrs. tram by Miss Rays 'room. Mrs. for Coach Gossman Thursday.Mrs. i -.- -

Beef r.Circle. Geo. Hanson Mrs. CarparWlliams Sawyer was the class's lue.t.I Carter substituted for I ". KOI kill or Apri.ICATIOK FOR
Two net Wednesday withWell Mrs. Lloyd Ft. ld. Mil I Three do"ir and ninety cents I II I Becker Monday 1 I Cho17"t TU nxin tUU IMSI

Snyder: Clrcl TLree, Thursda I J.jn Avei. Mrs. /. u. logirMm. I worth ot tamps were sold last Hubert NIchoN was wilco... ]I Fete AJor" -"
with ).n. O. A. West; Circle J. W. ,"I llsh and Min Helen, week In the room's post office. back into the e gnth grade Jiisj I I < e: IP ..rrp r. .vw fcwRkk.
I .. A..IIt ... .... .. st.t."A
Four TuesJ-v wii Mrs. S. H.'I Livingston "''11, A. S. f'"lI"r: and Laurell Walker, a member of week. He Is a former student of'his I I''rum ,.. m."KlrlU. M,. 1'd !*....*
Fi.cn; and :;..ercle'e Tuesdaywiit'Mre Mn. Maude burl -.ere visitors I Mrs Sager's room ha ..novBaltlmore. school ut has been awn the I f ,r d Air1.. .". P. IM ....
I L. Lft .nee. j I flM 4H. I. w. .1> K Me ..d' .w
t The students elI a year f ,I a half.HOME . rlll'_ ,... a Ul ".. hi., I l>4llMn ,I
",. Si' ,mom .- Ik
The Cf
MR!. SOIL. ZELUR HON ICED j 1 Tl... Mcnfe! Club ;: th' Hornstead I -jme, new monitors. pt : EC EM. f ale Swr A e.rar I. t1'. ..st5 \i
Presbyterian! Clh will is Ang"lyn: Bussey; secretary: ..., wet .r .... I : ,
ON EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAYMrs. Nancy Ruth Cra Mock: ; and librarian As their contribution fo. r.' I k I .ri.r l lk
i '1d. dinner meeting ght ate II .A'j.:: !
> ab.bd. Plat
1 i
John Zeiler was honorejon ) I, home of Win. payee I Philip .Tuesday, Red Cross the home scone H m. to C... fit II _. ,
her Both blr'nday anrrivenarSoturdH I the Filipino! boy gave a perform- girls are going to make rave' t .%* at nwMl.t .
) evening at her home la with in h. hot water bottles and Witty >-- 'L .* mrM .f a a wrrir M.tthe
; ,nee, his';y0-70 ) grammar .Hi mrtHlfmH VM W >r r e e'V
Florida <:ity. "::)a ..house.. 4beautifully I I Mr. and Mr Adnovtorwinea i yi acheol auditorium. This was for the convalescent arcs ' der
South h Cardans ha ..k ......,..... ....11 IN ... VOW
Allapa also
will make
decon.tcd with Rattr greatly enjoyed. ,Dixie Jean sailors. They m. 4 1 I 9 .. to H. Ik* "sse Lwh.d .
flowers. Sun-'wfchi; rotan.,. dinner gueptiunday the I..,v.:I' Brunkow who moved to Key coven for Easier. .....van 'III" t.h.. klilint U>df .
ctie w"re .en' lid during. tm:''eve- and Mrs. .', r nell of Gou'd-. Wet for two weeks, has returnedto As an introduction to the clot.-, at l., .jMft." IM e.RJar<. t '"<*r K.iris M VM.M. .-. ,'''"hd1. .'
sting< :- I[ this school. fog unit the ninth grade girls are to lk Stk day rf A nl. .... tidal Uto
Mrs. idler: 'WHIia'm in studying good grooming.To ISik day W S.....".. >*WK. .
recelvedmanyglftsend 'Anna Baer Mri. oIII-1 Bobby Nichols Is a new boy I.U".ur.
4elegrama. mo, Mrs Anna Rothenberg' Mr. f Ilrs. Moser! class.: The fifth and help with national defensethe I rloo
Sme =
_Present were: Mrs. ,Joe Kup- I and Mrs Herman KammererJ 1 1I sixth .grades have started on aa advanced class Is experimenting r
D. c,
N.0. rrhntisrr
perU, Mrs. F. Turner Mrs. Walter I Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Henry i operetta. The students also have with the use of bong In foods p....... 'f'_ ..*.. .
Scout. 'Mrs. J.. Carpeau,. Mrs. .Baum. seme new wekljeaders.. The In the place of sugar I Id 1,I (r.L I" .., n. .... '. 19u1r'v;

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pa.re. Ef s ..ht HOMESTEAD LEADER 'AND ENTERPRISE Friday, March 61942

Home Nursing Course won them In a aids contest.
I l"If ,* * * * Has 15 Already Signed The quit contest was baaed on

Information that had appeared la

: In and Around Our 1 Fifteen women have already recent,issues Luther of L.the Chandler R6tariaa placed magazines -

Boys in Service signed up for the home nursing tint and was awrded a box of

class which win be started March Cigars, and Geo. M. Frick won

Homestead * * * *** 20 in the Woman't Club building second prize a tin of cigarette
under the sponsorship of the Mr. Frlck a non-smoker, put hit
James C. Vann Jr. prize up for auction for the Girl
:.III Junior Woman's Club of Home-
1011 Crosses the Rockies stead. Scouts, and Mr. Chandler fol-

Mn. DeVort Mackey left yesterday patient there. The Instruction which will be lowed suit Tom Hogan was successful

for her home In Black- Mrs Elaine Wright of Miami California Is half covered with given by a registered nurse, will bidder for the cigarettesat
shear, Ga. after spending a week underwent a major operation yesterday mow and half covered with rain, be from 7:30 until ISO: each Friday $3 and the cigars went to

with her parent Mr. and Mr say Pvt. James C. Vann, Jr, in evening. Persons desirous of Bill Geronimo at the was tame price.
J. 1. Delk. MU Mary Smith who was op a letter to his parents Mr and taking the home nursing course The quit program compiledby
erated on last week will be returned E. B. Blackburn. j i
Mn. J. C. Vann of Homestead. are required to have taken
Mr*. M. M. Massey left Friday to her home Sunday. following are parts of the let- tint aid.Anyone. Next week's meeting of the club

for her home In Columbiu Ga., -... ter: interested in enrolling Wednesday night

after visiting her on-ln-law and FLOIUDA CITY "Tell everyone hello for me. We in the class may do to by getting
daughter, Mr. and M/t. J. L. Bur Warren all enjoy the home-town paper.I In touch with Miss Geraldine 200 donors responded to the appeal
By Severs
of the Dade County Blood
ton. have been busy and traveled along Reitz, Red Cross chairman for the
Bank In one day, A. J deary of
---" Junior Club. She be
way. I certainly have teen can seen or .
Mill Jane Gatlln If expected Mr. and Mrt. John Bonano of some pretty 'country. We left telephoned at the LeaderEnterprise Miami reports. Blood stock on

home today or tomorrow after Syracuse and Fulton, N. Y. who Jackson, Miss., Monday night office.Puzzling. hand was depleted when quantities ?
spending a week In St. Augustine i are regular winter visitor here, about 7 and got Into San Francisco i were rushed to West Palm

and Jacksonville.Mr. i celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Saturday at J a. m. Parable To Be Beach recently.to aid train wreck victims.

on Feb. 19 when they "Talk about mountain, t have
and Mrs. t. S. Morris of held Sunday Sermon Theme"A
open house to their many seen some of the highest At one
Waupaun Wii, are spending several friend time we were tome 10.000 feet
week with Mr. and Mr above tea level when crossing the Puzzling Parable" will be
Vane N. Harris at their home on Of Interest to all his friend I* Rockies. Talk about tnow-this the sermon topic at the Homestead UPHOLSTERINGSlip

j Silver Palm drive. Mn. Jack the report that Edward Sailing U weather of California beats me- PresbyterianChurch Sunday "
o GatUn and ton, Miles, spent Tuesday recovering front hit recent ill half covered with mow and half morning at 11 o'clock, announces CovenI
I with Mrt. Gatlln'i parent, Mi and it able now to up. the pastor the Rev.
r.lnln-but it it pretty. . .
Mr. and W", .Harris. George H. Ricks. Draperies
Mr. and Mrs. H. Bohl of Miami JIMMY."
I and Mill I Mr, :TUcki. attended 'the wedding -
Lehman of Miami .
i .. Y. Burr and Arthur Sag of a former classmate in
were Sunday guests at the home Cecil Let of Homestead who
I who have been spending tile farming Lewltburg. W. Va last week REPAIRED
of Mr and Mrt. Edward StIUn,. enlisted in the) U. S. Navy last
, season at Indlantown have spent several days in
week, will leave Washington i
I far ack-
returned to their home la Gould Mr. and Mn.:V.:O. Rohrer of D. C. I Ii
wnviW.t We Can For and Deliver
.. i
M I Miami I
were Sunday guettt at th I I
Mr. and Mn. Henry Shaman home of Mr. and Mn. John Girl Scouts Get Money Ph. Muaaal IMIIUMBRELLASCANVAS
accompanied Mrt. Shamano't Rohrer.
mother Mn. Nettle Chalker to We wish to express our sincere From Auction of PrizesSix
her horn In froitproof Sunday. Mill Ifil/red Severy was taken appreciation for the many floral WORK
Mrt. Chalker had been visiting to the Kendall hospital Tuesday gifts and kind words of condolence dollars was realized for the MIAN UMBRELLA '
Mr. and Mr Shaman In Home- seriously I1L Wednesday the was during our bereavement In Homestead Girl Scout Troop at ,

lteed.i reported to be recovering.Mr. the passing of our husband and the meeting of the Homestead UPHOLSTERING CO.
Rotary Club Wednesday noon In

i Mr. and Mn. F. M. Hleranymui and M-: Cullen Bassett of father.MRS.. CORA E. LYON. Legion haU whe na box of cigarettes IMS .. W. tin Street

have moved from Porvenlr into Connecticut who ar' spending the VIRGIL AND ELLA LYON, and a box of cigars were Miami Fla.
winter In Miami, were guests auctioned off by members who .
the Vannl Lee Harris house on IRVING LYON,
Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs.
N. W. 14th itreet. Snow. HAROLD LYON

Mill Eloise Cowman moved Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carlin of 1NSURE.NOW WARNINGSNo
Sunday to Key West where the Miami Beach were Sunday vial CARD OF THANKSWe
will be employed. She was accompanied ton at the home of Mr. and Mn, wish to thank the friends man can fonee accidents

i i there by her sister and Wm. J. Geronimo. who to kindly gave assistance, .., In which he becomes retpontlbl -
I brother Mitt Rachel Goatman sympathy and flowers for the .r. for losses suffered by
I and Chariot Couman. While In Dr. Lewis Rothenberg left Sat funeral of our dear friend, Wm. others-nor forestall them.
I Key Welt, the will live with her urday for hit home in Coscob, Frank Lines. But!-any man CAN shift the
father Jesse Gossman. Conn, after a visiting Mr. and MR. and Mn. O. C RADFORDand I burden of compensation, to Liability
I Mr*. W. J. Geronimo. Mr*. Roth Insurance companies we
r Mr. and Jin. Russell Home visitMr.enberg remained for an extended represent. Take heed-In time

I' : spent the week-end In Valdosta
GL and Mr*. Anthony Gucclar- mother Mrs. Charles Becker.

.e_ ''do of Tamp visited Mr Gucci 'may
o ardo't Sunday guettt of Mr. and Mrs. EDWARDSTILINGaULloa
Allen Chamberlin Kimball, and Torcla parent. Mr. and Mr*. Joe John Zeller were Mr. and Mrs. Aral l t AMrfm Alum*
) Henry Vincent Couper of Massachusetts recently. Edw. Fuhruman and Harry Richards Imrmil C*.

who hive been winter R. H. Chandler of Toledo. Ohio, of New Jersey. MMM Ml.J Florida City, Fla. "
guests of their aunt and uncle arrived Sunday for ..
a visit with
I of Mr.Naranja and Mrs., aie Henry now on E.their Klmball way his and brother Mn. Roy and Chandler alter-ln-aw Mr. Dr. Leonard. BaaUaGLASSES '

) home. They plan to visit another I" .1'
i aunt and Uncle In St. Petersburg Mrs. C. Pierce was returned to ........ M the BtMrtrtttta ......
and then take a mld-wettern her home Monday from the James M4 awaat.e .. MAD ROOM
IU M. B. FM M, fta.AS .
route north and atop at places of Archer Smith Hospital 9 11O >: ? :..
I Interest ..'wa're Tans
on the way. and
Miss Ethel Pierce of Miami wasa There are waste corner

t I Mr. and Mr*. HolUiter Sage week-end guest of Mae Rosa spaces in your home In which
hope to tell their avocado grove Evenge. Mitt Xverage accompanied [ our Mill Work will make luxurious

on East King highway and get Mitt Pierce to Miami for Giropracticr ..laelfandclo.eroom: -'
a de,* visit
t a smaller
place with less responaibUlty attractively conveniently -
I ";
In the tame neighborhood. The W. S. C. S.:of the CommunIty r really thriftily! Stop in or

Church next Wednesday at call us -for a talk.
Mrt. H. C. Nichols and tons, .the home of Mn. a J. Breckett
Hubert and Bobby have returned
: ; to Homestead from Sebring where Mitt Grade Torclte, Miss Florence
they have been 11' jig for teveral Pearce and Mia Janle Black
!t months. 'enjoyed a picnic.at Miami Beach Bloom LUMBER CO., INC.BaHwara .

i r C L. Stone and Kenneth Stone, umber Saab Dean Ted
I ,
i hit ton left Wednesday from their Mr. and Mrt Walter Potter of

I winter home In Redland for Ash North Haven, Conn, visited Mr. raws u HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
I by>> Matt, where they own and Potter1 mother Mn. Catherine
o I operate large apple orchard I Potter from Saturday till Wed UNSEAT THE CAUSE."Dsepseated" .
nesday. On Monday Mr. and Mrt. C
I ROlri' L NEWS Potter enjoyed trip to Key West It doe complaint -

to many sufferers have of their I..for Delicious Home
ap"lpendectoaor Little Charlie Barker It Cooking
Mitt Antoinette Moy U an I recovering maladies and disorders. It la in
i : paint at the Jam M i from big forest Pact .
ar.o.ly such taIlS that Chlroprae.U
Archer Smith Hoej. tal 1 I 'jTier Mary: and r-abel Becker '*.. not at the effect u'4ietroC I YouI'll"like Tropical Cafe fort

Frank Ells: ,of 1'nftetttaa hAT a of Mia ti spent Sun**' with their but right to IU Mat A... its tasty food, i*' pleasant at-
fare rTrenderinc V) g "dee
-a..aaari'- i seated trouble try 0 t altoaVit" re. Do e. wi In soon.TOCICJ . .

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