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: May 29, 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: VID00544
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I Liquor or Rubber? I FLAVOR LEAVES NEW PIPES


Here is the 'lead paragraph in a dispatch from Wash

Jnffton appearing in the morning papers of yesterday: I -,

"A 90 per cent cut in hard liquor production is plannedby THE WEATHER I A report that Camp Redland

the end of this year, a WFB spokesman said Wednesday, I would be abandoned by the army

M that the nation'slltllls may be put to the task of turn Subtropical Official weather Experiment report Station of the, because of Impure or conUhlnatcd
water obtained from wells at the
ing out alcohol for use in the manufacture of synthetic Homestead, Florida .camp, was branded .a an unfounded
I'T rubber and other vital war products." Date 111..1 III.. I .... I Rah! rumor Wednesday by

Why under the sun can't the distilleries be put to May 21.. ,,18 i 158 ;2UIII| Lieut-Col. J. D. Mcintyre, commanding
May 22-1| M Cl ,;'.M| officer of the battalion of
: work on the rubber program now? Why wait seven months? '
one
May U--_..__I .9 I 163 I lose I IMy the I04th Infantry now stationedat
I
i City A production of 240,000,000 gallons of alcohol is expected 24 "__ I tt I" I 1 1 the camp.
at the in 1943 from distilleries\ now producing beverages, May lL "'''' I M I 144 'eo.t>0i| I "We may Steve Out tnmorrow or
Oversea the dispatch states. On 'that basis they could produce May 24. as f4 ,iN.eel| :we may be here for weeksthatI
Florida con. 140,000,000 gallons in the seven months remaining of this May 28. 87 I 64 |M.00| 0.11 ran not disclose; but If we
leave, It will not be because the
May 27 I 17 1 68 ]129.981| 0 SIGRADUATION
short water here has been found to be
year.Automobile I '
manufacturing plants were commandeered impure" said Col. Mcintyre.

to be*I for the war effort long, before the outbreak of actual hostilities SET I! From other sources It was
,learned that the rumor probably
Scores of other industries asked to civ-
were stop started from the fact that Camflj
I iliac production and derate theirs stocks on hand and their I FOR TUESDAY AT .Redland nas-fceen getting arinking -'v.,
been future activity to supplying the needs of the armed forces. I water in tank trucks from the

remain special !This is as it should be. I, HOMESTEAD HIGH Homestead municipal plant because *
the brand new water system -
It there any reason for making an exception of the j at the camp has hot been In

of unessential liquor industry? I Both use long -enough for the pipesto
the and the will
re army navy
be flushed clean of grease, oil
on the, be represented in the eclm ItIIoo-:
and flavor.
I REDLANDHOLDS |[Medical Corps to Drill I ment exercises of Homestead High The paint army moved Into the camp
who Is School which will lake place at Io'clock
Wednesday Evening before Its
: water system was entirely -
t officer' Tuesday evening on the
COMMENCEMENTON outdoor stage of the high school completed.
of the i I
The Homestead Auxiliary Medl.'. grounds. Cordon' tvey, superintendent of .
by cal Corps will hold an hour of drill the city light and water department -
First Lieut.
Willard M.Flfield
that WEDNESDAYTh Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock! said yesterday that samples
of the air candidate schoolat
place in In the Homestead High School, corps : of water ft'onthe municipal well
Miami Beach, formerly ofHomestead
gym announces Miss Josephine. sent to the slat chemist for periodical
In Cook, All and more recently a to receive
captain. members .reured analysis continue
1942 .
la the commencement exercises member of the University of Florida
to attend. exceptionally high rating I.0
'-*. of Redland.High School wiD faculty, will deliver the commencement -
A meeting was held Tuesday: purity.
I be held at I o'clock Wednesday address. Among the
IJ night in the gym to acquaint the! graduates will be Second Class **
evening in the Redland school auditorium. i members with the organization.! Seaman Elmer Martin, who Joinedthe 1942 U. of M.Girl CradNNow ;

J Miss Cook appointed Mrs. Ted I navy immediately after completing Subtroa Chemist
! Judge Walter H. Beckham of: Oldendorf ,to serve as co-captain. his high school: course here .-

I TO Miami Dade County Juvenile I at the end of the first semester.He MJsa Margaret Jean Mustard,
Ij court judge, will be the speakerand : arrived yesterday from Portsmouth who was graduated early this
j Superintendent of Public Instructlon HALF HOLIDAY I Va, to receive his diploma week from the University of Miami
: with the other members of his with the degree of bachelor of
I Jame T. Wilson will present TO BE GENERAL 1 class. science, has accepted an appointment
\ the graduates with their diplomat James,T. Wilson Dade County as chemist at the Subtropical
! *United The invocation will be (Continued on Page Eight Experiment Station.
.* ac given fey the Rev. Harley R. Core' HERE NEXT : -
j and the Rev. Jesse E. Waller, :
*city of pas.
ji tor of the Silver Palm Perrin 'i McAllister\ Volunteers to Organize I

i a and Princeton Methodist Churches Home.ted' business houses win
Defense Militia Unit in Homestead
jI service win (renounce the benediction.A . all be closed next Wednesday of-I I ! ,
building presentation of awards byJMntipal
I ; Carl Wagner will follow ternoon. It was Indicated Juter-I A Redland District uni.-ru-;; ; the lead In organizing the local

J" the presentation of diplomas.The day. Miami stores II McAllister Volunteers, military unit.
I II from Redland school band will I weekly half holidays this Wednes.sy. drill organisation of Miami, will Men who have joined the Mc
i Vasntofton as to deration of mmUrj thrniih the musical interlude. be oganlzed in Homestead If a sufficient Allister Volunteers and later entered -
have
j the armed service
'I and naval establishment in Baccalaureate services for the '
II ,'(tIratJ tmkd on Page Eight (Continued on Page Eight) I Despite the fact that fertilizer number of men between found that the drilling and Instruction -
I houses started the Wednesday' the ages of 17 and 15 apply tot received In this homo
membership. A membership defense organization enabled themto
than month ,! application
I Closing more a ago
Many Merit Awards Made YesterdayAt book nay be signed at attain quick promotion, Mr.
followed last week by the beauty
the Homestead tire station. January said. Moreover, when
Final! Assembly ff Homestead Hi parlors and this week by furniture The McAllister Volunteers were civilian guards are needed for defense -
r stores and some of the filling stations organized under the auspices of projects, members of )IeA1I1IIee.
-r Pisentatio of awards to y Ralph Dtl1in l'. there was' talk of waiting the McAllister Post Veterans of Volunteers generally are
', .f HomeslMd Hugh School Who The American legion citizenship I until June 24. Ynte.-fliy, however Foreign Wars, at Miami, t* serve given preference because of the
.4w demonstrated outstanding qualitiesand medals lor pupils of the ninth ,holdout capitulated and general la tin of heed as a substitute for training they have received and
.. abilities during the school year grade were awarded to Tom I closing for next week was the national guard which has been the patriotic purpose of their organ -
lust ending was made at the final Hodges and Barbara MlBer. I agreed upon. inducted into the regular army. ication.
assembly held yesterday morning( Gold basketballs Were awardedto Last year the Homestead Retail Plans for forming the Redlani Plans are. to start the first drill
in. Nave King Cooper School audlTh : Ralph Delllnger. Charles Rob II IIertJon. Merchants Association mad early District unit grew out of the lire bar on Sunday June 7I a sufficient -
aum. D. L. Bowen Matt Ballaro announcement of half-holiday shortage and rtmUne rationing, number of members sign
Preston B. Bird, Jrmenvorial Bin* forts, Flernoy Lott, Arnold! date and set a schedule of full which ma4, it difficult for members -I I up. A drill period of two hours
'. trophy, which goes each yea McDwam, Lanier Whitehead and! holiday Insufficient attendanceat of the unit residing la this win be held each Sunday and one
to the member of an athletic team Steve Btonta. I a meeting'called for this purpose area to attend the meetings and or two nights a week, accordingto
who is adjudged most outstandingIn Players receiving ten-Inch let-. was riven as the reason for I drills to Miami, according to A. W. the wishes W the members,
ti si sportsmanship, was awarded to (CunUnued on Page Eight) not doing so this year. j January of Redland who la taking Mr, January said.

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Page Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday. May 29. 19

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John'sTo Rubber Junk Metal I Citrus Industry Helped*
j .- New Rector for St. *
,. Be Here for June 14 Called for by CouncilAn By Regulatory Program

I : OUR BOYS IN SERVICE '\ Lakeland May 28-Th. federal

Dr. W. H. K. Pendleton. who administrative function of grade and size regulatory program

,"" ''' .. .. ... ,I I came out of retirement last winterto Dad County' Defense Council, for Florida citrus, which went Into
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become supply rector
)I heretofore Mattered in several effect more than three year

Herbert Turner NoW'In school year and Joined the navy. John' Episcopal Church will downtown office, are now under ago has been operated at an annual
He has been stationed at the leave next week to return to his cost averaging lets thai
U. S. Marine Corps Portsmouth Naval Hospital, but home in Spartanburg, S. C. H* one roof at Central School Third $90,000, representing an aa

he says when he return be win will be accompanied by his wife venue and Third street N. E. ment about one-sixth of a cent)

,' Herbert Turner enlisted In the be cent to the navy flying fieldat and their ion, Gary. Miami. This grouping of all offices a box on this seasons shipments;,,
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U. S. Marine Corp* and was sent Anacosta. Washington D. C,II Capt Randolph F. Blackford, will permit closer co-opera. records of the Growers' Admin

to Orlando Tuesday to be sworn for flight instruction w an aviation who was given leave of absence Uon and lessen delay, Aid Bryan trative Committee show

in.Island.He I* now stationed at Parrls cadet with the rank of ensign I from the rectorship of St John's Hank, chairman of the defense Each season the budget baa per

e awaiting hi* successful cam- when he was called to active service council. milled a rebate of several thou*

pletion of the course. a* chaplain from the army officers' We want the people to know and dollar to shippers, and It b
fames .WoDam Scores e I reserve corps sent in his the telephone It -144I, Hanks estimated that between $4,000 and

High in Army Tests GIVES GIRLS A TIP resignation last February and the Mid. $5,000 will be available for re..

Rev. A. L Burgreen of Palmettohas A telephone switchboard cap. turn to the handlers at the end

Scoring 132 out of a possible total Editor Leader and Enterprise: been called by the church. able of serving a small city, ha* of this season Manager Frank

of 150. James Wollam, local The following poem has been I' With his wife and three children been installed and through this Seymour of the OAC said today

grocer recently Inducted Into the made up by the boy at this camp: Mr. Burgreen will arrive here In center all calls for the detente There I II no accurate way to e*>

army was high man of 200 given You can have khaki time to occupy the pulpit on June council pans Volunteer operator timate the amount of money the
your army
examination at Camp 14. are on duty at the switchboard
ability You can have blue committee have made or saved
Shelby Mist, and baa been assigned But there's still your another navy fighter night and day, even for call for for the Industry In three and a.

to the quartermaster corps. til Introduce to you. Station the filter center and observation half seasons of operation but !la-;
James writes that letter from Experiment poiti. proved market levels testify to the
Hi uniform U different
friends here will be exceedingly The best you've ever seen. Visited by Seniors Volunteers are needed for dutyat fact that elimination of off-gradi
welcome. His address be obtained >>- observation post throughout the
may The Hun can him a Devil Dog and off-size fruit from Interstate
from relative here.R. But his real name I* Marine. Floyd L Northrup teacher of county, says CapL John E. Red. commerce has meant money In the
. mond
de who has charge of observa *
He I* trained at Parrl Island vocational agriculture at Ponce grower* pocket well qualified observers -
E. Grubbs Writes The land that Cod forgot Leon High School, and the school's dote poets Women especially are point out.

Of Stay in AustraliaThe Where the And U 18 Inches deep' senior class In agriculture spent needed for staffing the posts
the throughout the day. Church Honors Its
And the IUD I* scorching hot I Friday forenoon at Subtropical
Experiment Station. Emphasis I. being placed againon School Seniors
following extract are He ha* set many a table the High
salvage drive
quoted from a letter which Mrs. And many a dish he has dried. I After a tour of the station, Mrs. Cliff directed by I
R Reeder Rubber Senior Sunday was observedat
Theodore Orfanede ha* received He ha also learned to make a bed grounds and test plot, they were tiles are
and Junk metal of all the Homestead
kinds Presbyterian
from her brother. Pvt. R. E.Crubbs And a broom he cure can guide. given a demonstration of the ate.tJon' should
I be gathered by the people Church at the morning worship
: He ha peeled a million onion methods of potting plants,
and sold to junk dealers so that on May 24, when the high school
-We've had quite a spell of And twice a* many spuds making plant containers, grafting, these
necessary articles will find graduates of that church
budding, and planting and were
continuous rain here. Juat..thome And he spends his leisure time papaya their
after a rainy spell the mosquitoes I In washing up his dud Persian limes. Important fruit way into the war effort special guesU. ,
"Rubber and junk metal In the honor MissIle
are terrible here. The Now girls, take a little Up; diseases were described and vegetable are among group are:
the chief needs of the nation in Jean Irwin, Miss Helen Pope,'
varieties suitable for South
country I* similar in many respects I am handing it to you.
fighting this war and the Vernon Jackson, Blair Hlcksoi
to our itate. Much of the foliagei Just grab yourself a good Marine Florida were discussed.In people
must co-operate Mr*. Reeder and James Nesbitt
the same. Because there' nothing he cant the senior group were: James
< "There I* good hunting and fish do. Heinman Edwin Johnson, Claude

ing. . We have a few wild hogs. And when he get to heavenTo Everett James Adkinson. William

However, don't think we're just Saint Peter he will tell. Adklnson. F. J. Scott and Curtis

having a well time because I "Another Marine reporting, sir; ScottMisshaDyalWillGet Whatever the! Make Whatever the Model
mentioned hunting and lIahln,. Fve spent my time in helL I

You ask Hubert what life Is
can
PVT. RICHARD L BIGGCRS,
like when soldier 1 Buick
a overseas
Platoon 342 Recruit Depot,
A. B. Degree Monday
during war. Marine Barracks, on
y 1'\e done quite a bit of travelIng .
Parrls Island S. C.Lieut
In the past few month rvebeen . DeLand. May 28-Among the

in Australia. . Australia 90 graduates on June I. at Stetson C sCONSERVE'
and Mrs. Frank Potter of
1* a place with a future. Of University, Is Miss Iva Oral of
Miami left for New Or
Friday
| course, they're quit 4 bit behind Homestead who will receive aBachelor
; us but after all a place ha to bet leans where* ,Lleut Potter I RO. of'Arta degree.Miss "
\ t T. C. man, was assigned to the ( YOUR CAR)
pioneered. Dyal who la In
prominent I
air base. Mr*. Potter is the
1 made tome very good friend her
social sorority Delta Delta
former Miss Edith Behrens
J I there friend I.will never forget Mary Delta If secretary of the International Service I
of Mrs.
daughter Charles Behreni
Tm not in Australia now but I of Relation Club. She JM I
Princeton.
can't tell you where I am. also member of .
a the Women's b designed U Insure the maximum usefulness and performancefrom I
The weather Ian t warm here- Athletic Association and the Art .
"' George Carlton of Princeton has yew automobile by giving It regular carefully planned
It's just plain hot That Is whenit Club and has served a* freshman attention.
limit raining. It Is just coming completed his preliminary training adviser
into early fall and winter. I at Norfolk naval training station A special kind of service designed for the times We i

"Our time I* U hour ahead of and win now enter a trade ... must conserve cur can because we are no longer sure we can

your so I suppose you are sleeping school. GLASSES get new ones when ne want them. '

while Fm writing this." I Too turn ever to us the Job of remembering everything

e Sgt James G. Wilson has been year ear needs done for lubrication, change of oil furl
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Elmer Martin, seaman second I transferred from Keesler Field, To Keep filter cleaning, clutch huh check, engine Inning tire switching

class, U S. N, arrived in Homestead -', Miss to a technical school squad 1 Wide. I headlight Inspection, oil filter renewal, wheel bearings lubrij j

yesterday morning from ron at Miami Beach.. Awake cation brake adjusting. Inspection and filling ef batter 1

Portsmouth. Vs., on furlough to I -- checking of cooling system, and checking of master brake

visit his parent, Mr. and Mr*. cylinder.

J. T. :Martin, and to receive A C-Y-C chart lists all these serrlces--and more-and the i

-. hh diploma from'Homeitead High APTLY FOR TOUR 1Oesedser mileage at which they should be performed. We set n, a

School with the other members of record fur your car and the attentions given It; all guessworkand
the class of IM2. Elmer completedhis 1942 Driver's License ..d i Iie e der Se eye. trusting to memory are eliminated.

i high school course at the end .feel. zee be h aiked. W.,.
{, of the first semester of the present AT h .o helped Ih euade lisp .1.e1 We call for your car regularly,

Justice Peace OfficeOdd service it regularly, bill you for a small
AIR ro""pT1O""En" Dr. B. F. Stebbins
: ROLL[. IKATB ix coumiTnmm
amount regularly-and that's all thereis
I to I F. M. Fellow Building
Clad.... lie *....... It*. ohm UlIn Dr. 1.. W. Stebbins to it.
tiM M It-*> r. M. HOMESTEAD FLA. .
M. - IZU W. Flagler St.. Miami
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Phase J-M1S Tear car not only receive the regular preventive care
Venetian Skating Rink Open trwaa. cm. to S p. am.
that pats oft major attentlone aa long aa possible, but yen
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j get plenty of advance notice when inch major operations are I
I about te become .- I

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May 29 1942 HOMESTEAD
LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paw Three
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Mrs. Chas. Pope Talks I the Redland District played sev I Some Sugar for Canning: Garland Wynn DirectsExperimental I hated by Mr. Wynn and It I*
1 On Health Education I!oral piano.classical compositions on the' Available, Says BoardThe I Course being directed by him. :7
I On Sunday Mr and Mrs Wynn I
1 tin Chas. Pope, I resident of' Harley Core paid tribute to A.! I entertained at their new home. HI ''
the Eureka section of the Redland R. Livingston, former club member ' local homemaker who desires Garland Wynn,.Jr, who U now N. W. nth street In Little River '
I who died last week. sugar for canning or preserving teacher of social studies at Little .
District, spoke to the Redland Di._ Acres, Mr. Wynn's parents, Councilman I
trict Lions Dr. W. Gorczynskl of the University may obtain from the lots>,;: River Junior High School, Is brl1lI and Mrs. J O. Wynn and '
I t Club Tuesday night on of Miami will tell some of rationing board at A. R. Hey- !ing.to a successful close this ae-I their small grandson, Brian Wynn, ,
, "Health Education. Mr*. Pope the reasons why Florida has the bema place of business Form No. son of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus
served for several year at director ' best climate on earth at next Tuesdays R-J1S which permits her to buy I.mester an experimental COUnt I Wynn. j
of health education for the meeting. five pounds of sugar for each planned to prepare Junior high!
member of her immediate family i school pupil for Miami Technical
state of Kentucky and u I member says E. A. Carter board chairman I High School. The course was orig READ THE WANT-ADS 'j
of the welfare bureau of the New Ice Plant Head
This Is all the sugar she can obtain I
Metropolitan Insurance Co. Takes
House in SevillaD.
this year for canning or pre
Health education, she aid, has serving and It must be used for YOU CAN BUY GOVERNMENT
meant many things to many people this to Irutruc.
W. Brown purpose according
who came here
but
the best
definition is that lion tent the rationing board. The BONDS AND STAMPS
of Dr. Thomas Wood of Teachers six weeks ago as manager of the
Colle,.. Columbia I Homestead plant of General Public sugar may be bought trout any
Health education Is i Utilities, manufacturers of ,dealer. By selling your old cars scrap iron, metals, tires,
In unlvenlt:1,Royal Palm Ice baa rented the Sugar stamp No. 2 In the regular -
experiences school tubes, sacks and rags. By so doing you are help
,
where which J. U. Free house in Sevilla, at ration book can not be wed
habits, attitudes favorably and knowledge Influence I 1N. E. 11th street and First avenue, after this week. ing your government in both money and material.

relating to Individual, community and will be Joined Monday by Mrs } WOLFE AUTO WRECKING
and racial health. Brown who will arrive from West of J. P. Reynolds, Mr. Brown had
"At first this education was car Palm Beach. 1 been assistant manager of Gen-I fast Off KraaM Are. Directly Weal ef Seealswle. Trading Peat
ried on by private organizations Until his arrival here to fill a eral Public Utilities plant at West P. 0. Box: lilt, Haowaiea. Fla.

working independently said Mrs.,vacancy caused by the resignation Palm Beach._since .1135. .
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Pope. "Many of these organizations i
are no longer In existence t
since the work la now being done
more efficiently through the:
schools and state health boards. I
"Included in the program of education
la the school health service I: Opposite 4 a D D Phone
by the health department,
which Includes pre-school clinics,
immunization tuberculosis check.I McCrory's 67
tips In high schools and among
teachers; physical education which
emphasizes sports, muscle building -,
and the proper use of leisure:
time; establishment and practice I
of health rules and habits with DELIVERIESDAILY
especial attention to the develop,I
ment of correct attitudes; and I : 9:30 A. M. 10:30 A.l\I.. 3:30 P. M.; SAT.: 9:30 A. M, 10:30 A. M. 4:00 P. M. 9:00 P. M. .
proper surroundings such as -
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comfortable I
seats, adequate lighting,
proper ventlaltion and good water BARTLETTPEARS LIBBVS
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upply."Vht school administrator isl I'I! SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER PINEAPFLEJDICE

responsible for carrying out this':
program In the schools He shouldbe No. 2/ Can 2 Cans
assisted by the physical educs-j '/
1 FRYER 2 LB.
tlon aclepce, biology and home ZScKIDNEY Z3c
economics teachers and even by1
the janitor. .<_ | 1 Peas Beans
"Health is a personal matter I can or String CAMPBELL'STOMATO
which can be gauged by the following , BEANS
five points beauty reflect+
ed In good complexion due to eating -/ 2 No. 2 Cans 1 pkg. ROLLS JUICE
and bathing properly. and': ,
2 20-Oz. Cans
good posture while standing or 21cBREAKFAST 1 head LETTUCE
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sitting, vitality which gives sufficient ..
energy to do the day'a work 21cROYAL

and have a little of body left because over; unconsciousness allj FOOD 5 Ibs. POTATOES

parts are functioning properly;' OF CHAMPIONS ARMS
nervous balance, which gives stability , 1 Birds- PeachesAll
pkg.
Eye
''f even In trying times such as: WHEATIES GRAPE JUICE
we are going through; and social;
balance, which enables us to get; 2 Pkgs.. 1 Qt.
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along with others" For $1.69
1
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Charles Helger a newcomer to Me 35cr
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FRUIT 2 FOR

i HOTEL COCKTAIL No. 1 (tall can 35c MEATS

FANCY BEEF LB.

PATRICIA DELMONTE LB. 'CHUCK ROAST 32c

COFFEE Limit 32c
312 S. E. 2nd Are. ,
COUNTRY ROLL LB.

MIAMI Fresh FRUITS and VEGETABLESFANCY BUTTER 43c

Overlooking and river.
FRESH LB.
Twe blocks from Flatter

street. CELERY 3 for ZIc SPARE RIBS - Z5c

Quiet eeeJ, eemfortable.
YELLOW RING LB.
!t Refined a !>>here.PECIALRATES.

ONIONS es 3 ibs. I7c BALONEY - 25c


FRESH GEORGIA 2 LBS. FRESH LB.

TO SOUTH DADERS Plums or Peaches 2c I I PORK LIVER Z3c

$125 Single

$2.00 Double WINESAP 4 LBS. FRESH PORK LB.

Cooking APPLES 29c NECK BONES lac


LARGE HEADLETTUCE HOT DOG JAR

Star evenltlii t. nsdak

bra aetisg JeW bteea-eave each I2c SAUCE l5c:

scoter trip (which waft gas, GREEN TOPCARROTS HEINZ SWEET LB

Urea, tine a4 across). '
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h HOMESTEAD ENTERPRISE LEADERAND i"l[ CJ nrGreatAm.erica( '& bit ligon 'I New Insignia Military AdoptedFor Aircraft '



MacDIU Field, Tampa, May at
10 ARCHULAtJOIlB VTn.N.at eel UJIaI
-To the .
remove possibility of
LUCK AEOUU 1JKI UJ.AHMY stow.ti' .
confusion of U. S.
Tr military air.
i SiamaT Hi M rr AMTI>AlCRArrStAJUHlMNTS
craft with enemy plane, a nv
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M w oath kde x.510'51.' cIUIICIIPTIOIf -.,. r HAVIAftANOKOF9&MILIS identifying insignia has bean

RATES II adopted for all combat aircraft,
101 Dad. Coosa. $Lee i
the Third Bomber Command Mae-
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CAST
o.to.... tI Dade Consist- Slat4enteral AND AltAH
.. ..a.d Also ..u e.iWrBare. of 104004000CANDU Dill Field, announced today.
Is toll. at the teat at t Th red circle In' the center of
,.... Chews, and. .. = :.tAlan. POWER
1,-r1T.. \ the wing Insignia, which has been
used sine 1919. has been lknU

noted and replaced by a fly*. ".
I Want to Go Home pointed whit star within a blue

circle. Red and whit tall mark.
Bjr Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick ..ew Ings also have been eliminated.

I want to go home-iff springtimeAnd r During the World War, U. S, air
e UMCU IS KNOWN 6010 M THE UNITED
the meadow 'neath the hill
craft wing Insignia was three con. ,
Is greening with a lustrous tint STATES TODAY TO PAYS AGOLO FENtteOF centric circles, the center being ,

That mocks the artlifl skill. 20 HEAVY STRANDS AROUND AU TOUR red, the middle circle whit* and

If you scurry down the hillside, BORDERS OF THE COUNTRY. the outer circle blue. In May,

And climb the pasture fence lilt, the white star was added,
You'll find the Johnny-jump-upi making the insignia a white star

In clusters, there, to dens with superimposed red circle

You feel wour greedy fingers within the white and blue circles.
Can fill your bucket up
But just a little way beyondYou e '
Mj titled "Whos Who In America. ;
tee a buttercup.And LEAVING SEED
It carries brief biographies of
,
ru.h0 thatA t TiULS STANDIN5MODERNt
ai you garner less
more or distinguished citizens.
perfume In the air 1.064913 Knot FOX T111Ftmra.
t The current issue has 31,69 "
Betrays that trailing arbutus A SINiu MATVUY
and of these 3.50U are new '
I hidden there somewhere.
P1111 TAU MAY DROP AS names. Death removes many each
You pluck: a brace of mandrakesAnd
Mutt AS 10.000 SUDS year and others are deleted for '
lady too
some slippers, ,
cause. After being carried a fixed
IN AsiNG4t sEAlow jr
And If you're extra luckyA "
number of they with
years
gentian, fringed and blue.I SEEDTREE appear
this notation Jones .
: John, attorney J
could not scale those pasture bars lAu .
', New York, see Vol. 21.
Nor boggy pasture roam;
"The new Issue bears the
r newnames
I 'ipect it's just my spirit a of 46 Floridlans.
That wants to go back home. .

Fort Lauderdale has effected I

National CemeteriesDotted I louT 21.006 SETS OP TWINS AU BORN economies in its city administration

th..el mw YEAR IM AMUUCA. u that will save taxpayers $82,000 I
here and there over this year. But why waste it in ,

United States are park-like spots, I the first place Maybe if these ;

studded with flowers and shrub- I II 1 I :public officials had to make it they
bet) and kept beautiful by perpetual -- ----- I tubes, strands, fibers, eta, and their city a wall the stones of wouldn't be such free spenders. t:

care, where the veterans of CURRENT that will not get sticky, hard, uneven I I which were so regularly cut that -. 0 0

Uncle Sam's fighting forces may or brittle. They will be use ''they ama modern builders Ai I At the beginning of the war the .j

gather at last. They are the national COMMENT I ful for a thousand household purposes with most primitive nations an .annual average individual consumption 1
cemeteries, and any veteranof including milk bottles-but abundance of sliver and gold was of tea was as follows. : .

the armed forces who has been By AGNEW WELSHa.V.w..w..e. you must wait until we win the I used for decorating their bodies: England, nine pounds; Australia j 1
.. and their cathedrals and not for
honorably discharged, is entitled war. eight; Canada and Holland, three 'j
1 ...,...'. o coinage. I II
to burial there Motet Mr. Walak *aUoa aatoamaaki [each; the Americas, three-quarter .
*
To gain permission, the family *w.-M his "Cnramu* wtatba I An Illinois farm woman Is not I I 0 0 0 I[of a pound; Russia, one-half t.

must take the deceased veteran'slast one act a/Vim.. Ci.h Addna.. eta_N..seal.abbeo So. Impressed with the idea of citywomen Each two years there is published .I I pound; Germany, one-fou"'j\

discharge-and It must be an IStk street, Miami' 1".. replacing farm laborers.She r In Chicago a large book en.'I pound J
honorable discharge-to the superintendent Infers that they would thrillat ,
of the national cemetery It Is nice to be resigned to the wearing t uniform but as a

The superintendent then wires the sugar situation: the docs tell us farm hand-well, that is something KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR

quartermaster ,general Washington we have been using too much anyhow else again. She thinks better

for verification of all information for our health. results would come from their going -
contained In the discharge Into the kitchen to "do" the * * 6.\\ * * *

If the information Is found to be Your guess Is as good as any. dishes while the farm women went

correct, the quartermaster general body's 810 the duration of the Into the fields, and Mr. Tootle- * * V* * * *
wires the superintendent the verification war. One observer declares Germany berry remarked, "Durned effen
OP.A.U.
and permission for the is on the verge of starvation she aint more five-fourth right' 1

burial A lot Is then assigned and ; another, after a lengthy stay . 0 BRAZIL-"A WORLD IN ITSELF"The

arrangements made for the interment in Germany and observation of Just now the food value of the ,

including the date and hour Its farming, declares It can not several saccharine substances is of domain of Brazil, the only steel products. Here too, In a

of the funeral. This procedure be starved out for four year vital Interest and a hospital die- Portuguese speaking nation mem. I region'of halt a million square .

usually requires about twentyfourhours. 0 titian rates them as follows, per bar of the sisterhood that comprises "(I miles, less than a fifth of the

Last year the women of the pound: sugar from corn, cane or i,country's area, lives sixty per cent
Th family or friends then arrange U. S. spent nearly six hundred beets la of equal \alue-1.805 the Pan American Union, of a population of forty-four

h the services desired In such million dollars for coametica-In units; maple sugar or syrup 1.160; coven only a little less than half millions! seventy of every hundred ,

manner that the body will arrive keeping up a good appearance" honey, 1450; of the syrups; that the total area of the South Am.I I at work In agriculture or
.t the cemetery at the hour set .is one paper puts It. My, that from corn rates 1345 units; either I erican continent. stock-raising.

They will arrange to handle expenses money would buy a whale of a lot cane or sorghum, 1.215; and molasses Rudyard Kipling, seasoned trav. Brazil Is sending to the arsenals

covering all services suchas of powder to help win the war, 1.110 for light and 1.000 eler, wrote of It a* "A world in of democracy manganese for the

embalming, clothing, casket. 0 e for dark. I Itlel,". The proportions of the I manufacture of much needed steel
shipping box, hearse, transportation e e e country are gigantic The const and oil from the castor bean essential -
The F. E. C. has begun
etc. The government bears railway Miami facts-25,000 white school quent variations In life, climate, to the. lubrication of high.
replacing (0 pounds to the yard
the experts of opening and closing pupils are served 125,000 meals a topography resources and prod. speed engines of fighter bombers
steel rails with those w.IhlnlllJ
the grave. However, after the week by 41 cafeterias at an average ucts are In keeping Brazil's and pursuit planes. The turn of
pound and in stretches of M miles
burial, those obligated lor the expense cost *f eleven cent each. The frontiers are so far flung that they world events promises to reinstate
a At that rate It will be
of the funeral services rendered year. work requires 180 adults and 200 meet with those of seven of her Brazil as one of the rubber centers
obliged to lay mil week toCOWl' '
may apply to the Veterans' a a student helpers. . On a recent nine sister republics ra South of the world.
.
its SOS miles from Jacksonville
Administration with the properly Friday 64,354 bus fares wen rung America, and embrace a country Rio d* Janeiro, the capital. Is a
endorsed invoice for services and tq Miami, or a total of sevenyears. up, an Increase of 1,474. over the larger than our continental United city of more than a million InhablUnts. -
The rails will place
will be reimbursed to the extent new corresponding one of a week ago, States, larger than all of Europe, But there Is no congestion
the road In
the Clue A equipment
of $100. showing the effect of a gas short excluding Russia. I even here. Famed. one of the
Provision Is made also for burial rating.A age. Nearly half the population ol most beautiful capitals ef theworld

: of the veteran's wife there, but o 0 0 South America makes home of I a city of marble, palm and

when the wit dies first and Is greet rubber concern says the The Republic, one of the several Brsi.ll. Front the equatorial broad avenuet "Rio" ls also center

burled la 1 national cemetery, theI synthetic age Is coming and a* part great steel eompanie. says It has jungles .t the basin of the ana.JU e{ commercial social and cultural

i I veteran must sign an agreementthat of It they mention flexible fabrics, 44 producing and fabricating plants Amaion In the north, Bra. development seat of a governmentthat

he, too will be burled there, waterproof plain or colored that for making steel, special alloy zilian territory, with an Atlantic: has given education high

At the time cither Is thus burled, can be used for shelter.coatings., steels, sheets, plates, bars, bolts, coast line of 4,300 miles, sweeps place In Its activities.

reservation U mad for an adjoining nuts, tee. turning out each slay through pleasant nd productive The Brazilian constitution divides -

grave Site for the other. such u drowning, an airplane) ac. thousands *l tons of those ...... upland far into the south tern power between national and
i
The burial of minor children and etc.. the government will Its motto to "Civilian needs mint perat* ax n*. state authorities :Th* president

unmarried adult daughters Is permitted pay expense Incurred la the recovery wait until w* win the war" These central and southern up.' th* supreme authority charged

under certain conditions, of the body In addition to 0 lands are the heart of the Brazilof with directing the policies and

i provided there It room In the lot embalming clothing casket ship A shortage of box wire and nails today. Her are the most Xer* maintaining the welfare of the

t assigned to the Individual veteran, ping box hears, transportation, Imperils the marketing of next tile lands the best grazing tress. state. H* Initiates legislation, may
but the wit only can be interred pall bearers and an escort. fall's citrus crop From here comes the famous coffee nominal one candidate In elections -

prior to the Interment of the vet. If a veteran of the Spanish. o 0 base of about three-fifth of to choose his successor, but

.,' era, Lot are not assigned In all American or First World War dies A teacher In a Texas college, the total value ot the nation's ex- by a two-thirds vote ofwOo

1 cemeteries.In {Iin veterans' hospital or soldiers' writing In the American Observer Parts From here come the cotton how parliament, can be overridden

ease a member of any branch! home and his family or friends de- an educational publication'says of fruit and livestock hides, wax, In his vote of legislation.

of the armed services dies while on sre that he be burled Ina nationalcemetery Peru, that Cuzco, the Indent In. tobacco and other Items, which, The nation has been a growth

I j active duty, burial may be mad In permission/ I* obtained can capital had a population of with rubber and nuts from the not an eruption Its natural wealth

a national cemetery it the familyso from the quartermaster general 200,000 long before Columbus discovered Amazon country, Brazil offer la has hardly been touched; its native

: I desjrej, and the governmentwill I by request from the manager of America. Its elevation exchange for bet needs In ma.chintry genius hardly revealed. Its potentialities >

bear all expenses up to a car-,.th* Veterans' Administration facility approaches 10,000 feet and these tools, fuel wheat, chemist, are far beyond present

t lain figure. U death to by accident ;: by wire .n ter.? Inhabitant .built ijow falser .aut mobiles and. Iron and, reckoning.


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May 29, 1942__ HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paw Ffaa
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II Dr. E. Z. Tyler, superintendentof :ITire Thefts Prevented I lock U effective whether the part
the Miami district, presided at U carried upright or flat The
: and a quarterly conference of the/ By Pontiac Accessory set can be easily installed by the
In Jtround Florida City and Redland Methodist .I motorist
churches here Monday night A factory approved anti-tire
I
.1 I
theft device known as the Pontiac CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

: : Homeslead Mrs. Edith Tamblyn Mrs. Naomi I Theft Deterrent Wheel'Lock now
Dano Masses Beatrice and Gen e-It* available, according to D. U. May Lesson-sermon subject: :
vleve Cllne. Jeredean Tamblyn. Ancient and Modern Necromacy:
Darlua Baldwin Donald Stark and Bathrick, general salesraanager of Alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism
,.. I Joseph Ferrara attended a district Pontiac Motor Division. Denounced
Dr. Francis Tucker and his wife, North Woodbury, Conn. home. quarterly conference at Green- Reasonably priced it may be ob-
Dr. Emma: : Tucker who have been r Mr*. Sag uttered a dislocation of acres May 11-24. tained through any Pontiac dealer, Sam Ellis: at Winter Garden auggeeta -
visiting the latter' brother-in-law the thumb of her right hand during and also fits Oldsmobile and Cadlllae that J'IoridlaDaInwet their

and sister Mr and, Mr*. J. it the trip. District Elder R. 1. Mltligan will can. reatt In victory* He says: "No
Holferty ha South AllapatUh Gardens conduct service at the Free Methodist It consists of six lock auto which arm goods a wet la Florida If
left Monday to Auburndala Mia Virginia Delaney, a.__. Church on Sunday Dr. and replace regular wheel. nut en the all people ere like me you should
Mass, where they will spend the resident ol Redlaad who Ilea been Mrs. Mllligan will be guest at treat and -o: wheel OH tub I I get a million of vests and
;' summer. They planned to visit living in Miami for several year, the parsonage from Saturday tilt trent wheel leek nut hold a think of all orW:1 for reclamation
relatives In Orlando on the way will leave Sunday for Orlando Monday.Mrs. steel (trap-Included In the de.I! that would bring..' This time
north. where she will be employed. vice-- ver the wheel hub. On of year i( a good time to divest
II Donald Sullivan and chil- each of the rear wheel which are I oneself of a'Nt for victory-
Mrs R. B Brown, her daughters Mr*. H. A. Love who now lives dren, Margaret and Donna Lou, fattened to the axle only one lock J Florida Civilian Defense News.ONLY .
Misses Mary Dana and Betty, In Washington, D. C., and her, returned from Key West Friday. nut I* needed. Each nut 1* tapered ,I Ir
and her small son, Bobby, returned small ion, Herbert III are visiting They are staying at the home of and hardened ao that it cannot be I,
Tuesday from Tallahassee Mr*. Lo\e' parents Mr. and Mrs. her father M. E. Sever. Mr. Sullivan Stlllion ripped and turned by pliers or a I
Mrs. Brown attended the graduation Wm.. Sykes. I I. still In Key West wrench.
exercise of Miss Mary Dana The spacing of the three hole -
Brown from Florida State College Mr. and Mrs. James Wallace of on the face of each nut have Iwide
C. S. Phillips of -Fort Pierce range variations and can MONKEY
for Women. Miss Brown Homestead
Betty announce the birth ofa
spent the week-end with his family. I
be fitted only to the similarly
JUNOLLtN
completed her freshman year seven-pound daughter In the .
paced pin of a special wrench
there. James Archer Smith Hospital TH9 ILll,
which 1* provided with each set
I Monday. R. H. Worley la reported to be The wrench 1* small enough to be
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burnett Of, a. Florida% M.teJ..el.
ill at his home. carried In a pocket or concealed Defw W..
West Palm Beach and their small I Miss Katherine Orfanedes and about the car. a. eu.t fees a..ss .f
sons, Leon, Jr., and Robert were Miss Virginia KInner have returned Jackie Phillips hal recovered Also available U a spare-tire lock rawan Reassessed sass..r.PIION U1806..
week-end guests of Mr. and Mr*. from Tallahassee where from the chicken pox. which consists of two hold-down i F
O. A. West. they completed their freshman bolt drilled to tit a padlock. This l ON di:I 3sistj
year at Florida State College for i Mrs. Ida Silverman returned

Harvey Rue Fred Fuohs and Women.Mr. Friday after a two.week'lIlt with,r
Herbert Booth students at the her son, Myer Silverman In Mia, E 530-J
and Mrs. Frank Halada
University of Florida returned to of mi.
Homestead last week to spend the I South Allapattah Gardens and I I The Welding ShopAt
their daughter left
Wednesday for
summer with their parents.J. Word has been received that'
I,Detroit where they will spend the Mr W. Schutta, now in Detroit, I I ( rear ol P. B. Bird Service station)
O. Douglas has a government summer. I is recovering from her recent 111.nes .
for service all kinds of
appointment In the port of em- *. on
barkation at Charleston Geo. F. Archer of Key West who electric and acetylene: welding: and
was returning from a visit in Bobby Brandenburg of Miami I
Lester Archer underwent an Tampa pent Monday night here spent the week-end with Mr. and MACHINE SHOP WORK

operation for appendicitis at Columbia with Mr. and his son Mrs.and Ben daughter-in-law Archer. Mrs. S. E. Scott. Mrs. Scott li.I No job too biff. Bring us your troubles
Junior College In Washington recovering from her recent tune .
D. C.. Wednesday. **. I R. L GODWIN, Mgr.
Mrs.
Chas. Little, Jr.. was takento
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w Mrs. C. T. Anderson and Mrs. the James Archer Smith Hospital Miss Warrens Severy has recovered ------------ - -
Mary E. Anderson left Friday for for treatment Tuesday. L. from the measles.
Dublin Ga. They were accompanied O. Hall haa been there sine Wednesday The World's News Seen Through *

aa far as Mitchell Ga. by Mrs. Clarice Leonhardt Mrs. Albert Brown left Saturday THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
of Miami and J. M. Reed are sur.
Mr*. Lester Braddy. for Key West to be with her
gical patients._ husband who la employed there. A* Ittlmttniut IW> NfU'iftfff
Elbert West and Howard West its TYveAful--Conrea -un.F free s.-tL.aIo
Dr. B. E. Gatlin
Homestead ... -BdiKirUli An Timely and iMnMlve and lie Deity
Mr George I
who Harding of Miami I
are employed at Daytona dentist Is planning to work part :and her children FMIWW, T..-.. with she Weekly" M.gu..e .ci>... .UNAN ,
4 Beach are pending the week with of each week In a Miami clinic. I Betty and Roger I bte.it.e u UM NmnpapOT foe the .
their parents Mr. and Mrs G. A. I II arrived Monday to visit"Mrs. R. _ _!!. I
West and Mr. and Mr*. S. L. West, MWYY/WMWYIIIII.YYW W W.W0,-I a Burly. f The Christian Science Publishing society I
respectively.Mr FLORIDA CITYBy One, Norway.-, Roan, MuuckuM ,
Warrens Revery Price 111.00 Y. rlr.. of II.00 a Mouth
_", __ ilaskla'n.ie Saturday Issue, including Maine! fccnon '10M I Yeas I
Or. Leonard
and Mr W.
Chas. Tidwell ol
introductory IMUM Ctnta.M .
I Otfec 6 2)
Mr. and Mrs. H. Petzold
Jacksonville In the were ... fc ._._
are now living ** are !t. .
Lawrence apartments. Mr. Tld- returned home Saturday from the I I rouse M4 ......... .. \ -. - -r I
Kendall hospital. Mrs.
well I* manager ot McCrory' store Petzold GLASSESMI Address --

and Mrs. TldweU is the former I condition Mr. Petzold Is greatly condition Improved but --".......PIM. j..ssir1' JI SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST 1
Miss Sybil Cheshire who residedin : U still critical i ir c-....... t.... I
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Homestead.Mrs. A.
,
Helen Hackler of Miami la ::
visiting Mrs. Lee H. Lehman for
several days.; 4

Mr. and Mrs Hollister Sage are
DON'T WASTE FERTILIZER
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CHIROPRACTIC ''.. '}"''

TRIED ALL ELSE THE WEATHER IS WET, CUT ". .) ,

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Doe your search for relief from '

Digestive Trouble seem endless YOUR FERTILIZER APPLICATION , .
't fruitless? Decide to come and If
do. Realize why *o many other '
discover Chiropractic' benefits IN HALF AND APPLY -
before you utter another day.
Learn what an Adjustment win
praise Chiropractic so earnestly. I TWICE AS'OFTEN. '
Decide! Come In, today.

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a ELIZABETH SKILL AND ROBERT CENTNER- F MISS HAZEL PENNINGTON IS WEDDED I

TO BE UNITED IN MARRIAGE SATURDAY The CalendarMay I TO STAFF SGT. H. S. BELL IN TEXAS

-- 29-H. H. S Junior-senior --
An outdoor wedding Is plannedby Scout troop of which her mother banquet Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Pennlngton suit with navy blue and white

Milt Elizabeth Perks Skill and hat been leader fine 1930. After May SO-Memorial Day dance are announcing the marriage of accessories.
: her graduation from Homestead given Woman's Club of Homestead She 1* a graduate of Homestead
by
GenU
her fiance, Robert Nichols their daughter, Hazel to Staff SgtH.
High School ihe took a premedical In Chamber of Commerce High School and she attended the
net of Washington, D. C., who will course at the University of building. S. Bell at 1 o'clock Wednesday University of Miami and the Walsh

be married at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow Maryland and hat been doing clinical May 11-R. H. S. bece.laureate'aervleea I' afternoon, May 20, In Brownwood, Business College in Miami.
afternoon on the lawn of the work at Doctors' Hospital in at 11:15: a. m. Texas. Sgt Bell, son of Mn. W. A. Bell
brldrfs parent Mr. and MVi. Washington. When she completes May 11-HH.S. baccalaureate The ceremony was performed in of Jackson, Miss, was educated
Frank Lassiter Skill. her hospital work she will be address at 5 p. en. the pastorlum of Calvery Baptist In Mississippi and Texa
The Rev. T. A. Ferguson, putor graduated a* a medical technologist June Painting session of Church by the pastor, the Rev. J. They will live Brownwood
of Homestead Methodist Church, from the University of Mary. Homestead Art Club at Spellman H. McClain. while Sgt Bell 1* stationed at
will perform the ceremony. Mrs. land. Miss Skill also majored in home. The bride wore a navy blue Camp Bowie.

Ted Oldendort and Archer Smith, social sciences. She li a memberof June I-Bu.lnea. meeting of B.
Jr. will be the attendant, and Alpha Delta PI sorority.Mr. I P.W.C. MISS LUCILLE WEST TO BECOME BRIDE
Mn. "R H. Fitzpatrick will play Centner, a son of Charles: June Business meeting of I I
the OF LIEUT WM. S. HATHAWAY IN JUNE
nuptial music Gentner of New York City, was Junior Woman' Club. ,
A reception will follow the cere graduated from the DeWitt Clinton June 2-H. H. S. commencement I -

mon,. i School and from the Collegeof program on outdoor stage at I Mr. and Mr*. O A. West'' of at Mars Hill, N. C., and the Homestead .
The bride I* a member of a the City of New York. He .Is employed 1pm. Homestead are announcing the engagement [ Business College. This season : -
family prominent here line pio- In the publications divisionof June 3-R. H. S. commence she has been employed by the
neer days She wu a charter the navy department In Wash. ment exercise at t of their daughter,. Lucille Barnes Transfer company. -
member of the Homestead Girl Ington. p. m. to Lieu Wm. S, Hathaway
June Meeting of Legion Auxiliary Lieut Hathaway I I. a ion of Mr.
in Legion HalL of Goulds. The wedding will take-j and Mn. Frank G. Hathaway of

H. H. S. JUNIORS TO BANQUET SENIORS June Meeting of Woman's place at the West home on. June Goulds. He was graduated from
I IN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE I Club of Homestead. I 7. Redland High School and for four
BUILDING June 12-Meeting of Princeton The bride, only daughter of Mr. summers attended a C. ML T. C.
-"" Home Demonstration Club in and Mrs West, was born in Homestead camp at Fort Screvens, Ga. He
Patriotism Is the theme of the Mabl. Ruth Pope, Miss Betty Jane Princeton Methodist Church. She was graduated from received his commission in March
Homestead Junior-senior banquet Kilburn, Miss Theresa Redd Miss I I Homestead High School and attended and I* now stationed at Fort

which will be served this evening I Grace Torclse, Miss Evelyn Sykes, i MRS. W. H. K. PENDLETON Man Hill Junior College Meade, Va.
Mia Geneva Vann, Miss Melba
in night club style In the Chamberof IS HONORED BY AUXILIARY
Van Winkle, Forrest Bell, Jr., D. I DINNER PARTY IS GIVEN (land Community Church.
Commerce building I Mrs. W H. K. Pendleton !
L. Bowen J. was
.Harry Bowen Ralph FOR MRS. THOMAS STRAUM I Mrs J. A. Rotherham, council
The national colors will be used I Dellinger, Lamar Dickinson Lewis honored with a handkerchief
Mrs Thomas Straum of Quaker-(representative, presided.
shower and tea by members of the
C. Eaker, Carl
to decorate the building, and the Fredericks, Wilburn Woman's town, Pa., who is visiting her sister I I The others present were: Mn.J .
Auxiliary of the St-
H.
tables will be decorated with' (Barney) Godwin, Harry Mar. John' Episcopal Church Mn. Eva Collins, was guest D. Wysong, Mn. E. F. Ray, Mr
'tin
James Nesbitt Friday
miniature tents and toy soldiers I I Robertson, Paul Jr, Charles afternoon at the home of Mrs of honor at a dinner party given,J. W. Isler. Mn. A. E. Barnes,
Rue, Bruce Scott, by Mn. Chas. W, I Mra. E. A. Carter and Miss Estelle
Camp Tuesday
The banquet will be prepared b y|I Charles Steffanl, Jr, Matthew Frank Hausman. Dr. Pendleton,
the Junior room mothers and It;I Benton (Q) Lowe, John Sykes and temporary rector of the church, Coven were laid for: Mrs.
I I Mrs Pendleton and their Straum Mrs. Collins, Mn. Jas. E. TaU Stories
will be served by the ninth grade, Elmer Martin. ion planto I
hiss dressed In red, white andj I Junior class members areMls leave soon for their home in Elder Mn Walter D. Friend, Mrs: "Yes, I've seen a few bad crop
: Harold
blue military costumes Ruby Callahan, Miss Betty Rae Spartenburg, S. C. Kendall and the hostess. I yean in my time, too: One year

Miss Charlotte Geronimo, junior I Clark Min Mary Ellen Dearlng, Mrs Robert R. Retmert played our string bean were so poor that
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president, will make the address Mist Hilda Dodion, Miss Charlotte several piano solos during the af REDLAND CLUB STUDIES the crop didn't even pay for the
of welcome and Harry Martin Geronimo, Miss Helen ternoon. FURNITURE ARRANGEMENTA Ting."
Hooker,
senior president will give the Miss Athley Kemp, Mill Mary Mr*. H. E. Schaff presided at talk on furniture arrangement: "That's nothing In It 14 our
potue! fur-1 f Mistretta, Miss Dorothy Moon, the punch bowl and Mrs. Geo. N. was given by Miss Eunice Grady, com crop was so bad that my dad,
GUI Uynn's orchestra will Miss Lois Pierce, Miss Thelma Wakefleld and Mrs. Reknert ..- county home demonstration agent, who had a small appetite, ate up
nlsh the music for dancing Radford, Miss Mary Roberts, Mm sisted. Mrs. Ralph Kingman Friday at.. meeting of Redland] 14 acre of corn at a single meaL"
Special guests at the banquet I Catherine Rohrer, Miss Mary president of the auxiliary Mrs. W. Home Demonstration Club in Red-, -Independent Forester
will be Chas O. Turner memberof Frances Rutland, Miss Ellen K. Has, Mrs. Pendleton and Mrs.
the Dade County Board of Pub- Hausman received the guests Mrs.Lee .
lie Instruction, and Frank L. Skill,I I I Miss Schallem Mavis, Miss Watts Dorothy, Miss Sullivan Virginia, H. Lehman, Mr. M. F. White, 'ONU"" ,..II' noa.. .".. flit :' .U.....

Wm. J, Geronlmo and W. R. Wood Carl Alexander Mat Ball. Mr*. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Wm.
local trustees. aro, Richard Bigger, Walter Bran. ';Smythe. Mrs. J. 0. Roman, Mrs Jack Howard

tend Faculty members who Blrd'j!an, Don Done, Norman Ernst, :C.Mr*Hagler. Albert Rice Caves, Mr*and. W.Miss J. Clark Virginia , folk DIXIE DRUG Johnson
are Principal and Mrs. Dayton Camber, Roger Glenn,
Hlndman Mr. and Mr*. L. R. Fred Hobart, Milton Hunter, Mar. I Haas. Phone 1* and fill
Becker Mr. and Mr*. R. J. lowe Jacobsen, Robert Kuhn, John Mr*. Edw. Sitting and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Little, Warren Morris, T. G Ray. I,Bertha Nil Hausman sent gift*.

Mrs Ruth U Scott, Miss Heiter'l burn, Robert Spear. Wade Thomp. SHARE THEIR JOY WITHGRADUATION
Stewart, Miss Josephine son and Clarence William:
Mill Allie Ferguson. The ninth grade girls who will MaU GIFTS
Members of the senior class are: ,serve are: Ardel Parman, Anne
al Miss Edith Bevls, Miss Rose !,Rheney, Barbara Miller, Jenny Graduation day means a task well done-and j
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lello, Mia Annette Campbell, Hardy, Mary Catherine Suber,Nellie one to b* rewarded with the (finest of gifts.
Mary Jo Close, Miss Marjorie BI.I Moon, Pearl Shuler, Alma 1- B* sun to get the**gifts at the Resell Drug
tier, Miss Rita Dent, Miss Pierce Lillie Little, Betty Gra Store. For hen art those different, delight
Forte Mm Kathleen Freeman ham, Myra Bell. Mil/red Severy, the ful gifts that tire the greatest pleasure.And
prices will
Miss Barbara Hill, Miss Wave Hor- Fay Pierce, Doris Ada Dodson, our assortment more now. than please you. See
ton Miss Florence Nelson, Miss Elizabeth Peterson, Frances
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Helen Norman. Miss Annabellel'etera ) Leoln Shelly Katherine Kelly and
Miss Mary Pierce, Miss Virginia Walker. Deeo. lastinc waves of exaul. Ill,
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Friday, May 29, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER ENTERPRISE Page


,Road". Davis Stevens, Mary Ellen .'


Bobby Adam Correll, Jimmy are back! Baker after, having and CLASSIFIED ADS


I r[Social Events I "New the measles Testament Stories", a new I

Bible story book, was bought by BATE: First Insertion 10* a Da; subsequent insertions

Mrs. Thurman't class with the P. ft* a UM

T. A. attendance
prize money, recenfly -

I TWO ILLUSTRATED TALKS ARE ENJOYEDBY Calvin received.Waldron of Mrs. Saeger'i 1.- FOR RENT; LOANS

MEMBERS OF HOMESTEAD ART CLUB class recently went to see his PARTLY furnished house In Florida -I RESTRICTIONS:BUILDING
uncle at a defense factory In Fort
Lauderdale. City; running hot and coM Government Building! Order will

Member of the Homestead Art Anderson, Barbara Home, Connie to Phillip Springer Is water; fruit trees; nice yard. permit the following:
going have
dub and their guest, the Homestead Campbell, Margaret Barnes, Anne 11 Miss class a birthday Sunday. Apply Homestead Leader, Phone BUSINESS or COMMERCIAL

Girl Scouts, enjoyed two illustrated Rheney, Barbara Wakefield, Catherine of Ray4 sold $8 worth 2. (a24tf) BUILDINGS costing SS.OOO or
last
war stamps week. David
talk yesterday at a Shackleford Ruth Byrum, 1.... -

meeting held at the home of Mrs. Patty Robinson, Ardcl Parman, Frederick Hodges and bought Doris$5 Louis worth. John FOR SALE I FARM BUILDINGS, coating $1,000

E. M. Andersen on Biscayne drive. Margaret SUllman, Mary Catherine are out or les*.
with the
Mrs. Maud E. Chandler spoke on Suber. Elizabeth Stillman, measles. Fred Suber is 24-INCH RESIDENTIAL
DISC Additions
back after the saw, latest type, or new
Art In the Holy Land" and Sandra Joyce Walker, Barbara having chicken pox.
Mrs. Moser removable teeth. Also mandrill, construction. costing less than
Showed post card view and a Miller, Betty Catlln and Sally school last was absent from $35; concrete mixer, 20. Bauer 500.
Monday because IbeweD't
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series of water-color flower studies Suber. dr. and Country Club rd. Phone REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE of
to
she bad painted there six year' The other present were: Mrs. Jorie see her daughter Mar- 245-W. (my22-Je5) all type of buildings I Ja encouraged .
She
graduate home
Frank Hausman, Mr D. G. Spell- came
Government and
ago.Mr. Andersen, a landscape man, Mrs. Henry Ruegg, Mrs. B. last Monday evening. The pupil GRAPEFRUIT, and Eater price limit by i It placed on cost no of

architect, spoke on ".AI11n Landscape A. Tibblta, Mrs. B. E. Gatlin, Mrs.l are glad to have her back. lilies, also small loquat and work done. The design though
Design and used color W. J. Clark Mrs. C Rice There waa a kite contest held
photography Hagler mango trees. Mrs. N. G. Ball, should not be changed by repair.
slide to illustrate such Mrs. W. K. Walton, Mr*. W. K. by Mrs. Wynn'i class a few days 13 N. E. 8th St. (myStf) ABC LOANS are still available for
the definite formal Haas Has Mrs. ago. The winner for the boy
points a* very Mill Virginia the above type ol
Improvements
and intricate design found in nature Ben Archer, "Mrs. Andersen, Mrs. were: Jilt prize, George Dickinson GROWERS OF LILIES, we ask be
to in
repaid monthly
the vista, the axis, and the Chandler, Mr*. Katz, Mrs. Reimert ; 2nd prize, Bert Smith. For you to offer us your lily bulbs. of

marvelous harmonic of shape and Mr*. King-man, Mr Pendleton and the girls, there was a tie between Kromhout Flower Co., Vero payment$ 100 for 12: mo. 0 $ ..,.,

color. the Rev. Robert H. Spear. Wanda Smith and Virginia Nixonon Beach Fla. (My 15-Je 12) 200 for 12 mOo 0 17.54

Roll call answer were art plan Mr*. Archer was re-elected first prize.
The sixth FOR lasting beauty, plant cala- 1.000 for 36 mo. O 31.94
for the summer president of the club at the annual grade teams tromMI'I.
Mrs. W. H. K. Pendleton read a meeting, May 25, at the home of, Wynn'e room played the seventh I mondin. Full line of citrus trees. 2,500 for 80 mo. 9 34.16
Ne Dow
clipping about the work of her Mr*. Spellman. Other officer reelected i grade test Monday' afternoon. Robert Nurseries, Epmore dr. Payment
Homestead. N* Red Tap
home-town art club. were Mr*. Frank Webb, (pmlS
Come in and see us for additionalInform.tlon
Katharine Weber, Mrs Ralph first vice-president, and Mrs. Cat 1 II. S. Grads to Emerge 400 LIME TREES. 9 months old, or Phone 62, Home
King-man's ten-year-old granddaughter lln, secretary. Mr*. Hausman was sacrifice price, 35c each. Cleo- atead.
who has Just arrived made second vlce-prealdent and With Wings in Months patra root stock-superior to
from Hawaii of the I Mrs. treasurer. Brooker Lumbe Co.
gave one native Klngman, rough lemon for disease and
Hawaiian dance while the The business meeting followed Miami, May 28-To the high drouth resistance. Buyers remove .

club was enjoying a cake and a pot-luck luncheon. school graduate of today the navy trees Geo. H. Fitzpatrick WANTEDTO

and punch course served by the I' Entertainment feature were offers a real opportunity. Chief Naranja rd. (a24tf)

hostesses, Mr*. Andersen. Mrs. several Hawaiian dance and the Carpenter' Mate Guy F. Hull, re- CARE for house for rent or
Herbert Katz and Mr*. Robert explanation of their meaning by crulter.ln- huee of the local navy S-ACRE lime grove 2 miles from
house
rent at summer rate.
Relmert Katharine Weber, and a twelve- recruiting substation, said today. bank bid,. Can be bought on
Must have 3 In family.
garage.
In-the Girl Scout group R'I minute original oration by Frank Those men between the ages of terms. Mrs. M. A. Berger, Inquire Box A-140 Le der-En.

Mrs. Carl Robinson, Mrs. Hausman, thirteen-year-old grandson 18-27, tingle and able to pass the I Krome ave. and 10th street. I terprise. (pmy29)

Anderson, Betty Byrum, of Mr*. Hausman. nav/a mental and physical tests, (m27tf) _

!I Hull said, can enlist a* aviation :FOR I I WANTED to buy for Iaahmall
SALE
Tropical
dt
j I cadets, and some 11 months later plants, I power mower (not lawn mower)

"OTESI!I emerge as flying ensign at a salary I rug trees and tropical fruit It i either Gravelyn or Jarl. Call
1 HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL f of season. Jungle Grove, RedlanrJ l
around
$243
month.
a College road and Plummet drive. 1 Monday or Tuesday or write

. . . . . . . . . . . . education i* no longer re- i Bob Felton, Box 436, Tennesseerd.

II. II. S. Athletes Make and everybody that went enjoyed J I t I quired.Applicant will be given examinations I.I LEGAL NOTICES i ij near Hainlln dr. (my22-29)

it much. The patriotic spirit I
very |
Outstanding Record I here In Miami and if suc WANTED a '1'0Wilt exchangemy
wa aroused and much enthusiasm NOTICE OF APPLICATION
lee.slur, will be sent to Atlanta 8-room house S collages, I
was shown. The character in the FOR TAX DEED
By Lanier Whitehead I!for appearance before the aviation I store lot 100x130 on 71 h ave.,
of
play did a very good Job presenting cadet File 35194
This year Homestead High will l It, and were complimented election board for final Notice i* hereby given that Jack Miami. Income over $2,500.What
end one of its most successful examination Applicant are not have J. K. Dorn 226 Halcyon
you
time after time. The director and enlisted I A. and Llllle A. Rezuta holder as
season In yean. For the first teachers were proud of the students flight until they are assured of I{assignee of City of Miami Tax Arc., phone 2-2463.

time the state championship\ basketball and certainly let them know I Once training.admitted Into the service I[Certificate Numbered 39359, dated (my22-Je)

title was won. Only four It. I I the 4th day of July, A. D. 1932,
they sent
are to
a training school
out of ; TUTORING WANTED highs
game were lost total of have filed said Certificate in
29. Ralph Dellinger made a total CLASS TYPES PROGRAM I for ground, study courses and physical I[office, and have made application my I school and grade school subject

of 373 points, the most yet made The first year typists have been training. After preliminary I for tax deed to Issue thereon in I Mr*. H. J. Armstrong A. B.

by any end player on the Homestead having one-mlnu'e and fiveminute Instruction the prospective ensign accordance with law. Said Certificate Plummer drive and Country
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sent \S a flight training school.
Club road
team. typing speed tests every day. embraces the following[

During the 'Tack season, Charles The papers are being saved and at described property, situated In .
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pros ede4 asain.e to IUw t Steffanl broke the Homestead the end of a two-week period the Night Fishing on Coast Dade County, Florida, to-wit: I I i Stark 4. Royal Palm' Addition. Homo.lIMd .

record when he cleared the pole papers are handed out to the students Coast Guard ProhibitsMiami I West 23 Ft. of Lots 123. I nnardlnc I.v I'lil llooV 1. t.n .tl.,
Public Records of Dndt County t l-rt. .
In a high Jump of live feet 11 and they check them to find I 4-5 and East 23 Ft. of Lot 21- '!' Lou 7 and S. R. L.. M.... Addlllon,u
Inches. which one is the most accurate 22-23-24-2S, Block 12. Highland H..mfU.d. ... nlln. u> Plat Dunk 1. pare
May 28 (FNS) Night I I j 14t. Public R.cordo at I>.do County. 1'1."..
Although the baseball season and also the one In which the I(fishing on the Florida east coast Park, Plat Book 2. Page I I ... Uu IS. M 14 .f t. I". Frr. Addition
was not successful the team most stroke have been made. from ,,1 I 13, In the City of Miami, ,i to HunwMMd. rrordlm to Phi Hook I o.
very Tavernier north to Cape line. 'A. Public R..... .f II.... County,
gained a lot of experience and The highest rate so far has been Canaveral all has been prohibitedby !! County of Dade, State of I'flfurther ordered that thli onto M

next year' learn 1* promising. 89 4-5 words, gross. \ the coast guard. The restrict.! Florida. :.ubl....... oM Track for four ronnomtln

The senior typists are workingon ed area covers a distance of approximately The assessment of said property ;, womb In, TIM Hawmuod Uvdrr. a pd Btorprtto -

CLUB NOTES the programs for class night 271 miles or from a (under the said Certificate Issued County Md But nrwupnror*. published nt said

next Wednesday evening In the point opposite Cocoa to half I was in the name of WITNMS njy sand and the offlclol Mil
The last activity period of the way i Unknown//'of this own o. tko nth day of M.,. 1942.
Neva King Cooper auditorium. down the Florida Key along the Unless said Certificate Ii. ... LPATHrKMAM.Clrnlt .
year was held Wednesday morn. Oversea Highway I redeemed according to Olnk.of the 'I..ul& c..rt
HELEN HOOKER WINS HONOR (deed will issue thereon on the ht|I e..nl", floride
ing.The The order, Issued this week, I* I ( Covet toil Day
4-H olub discussed summer Several girls from Homestead intended to prevent any charter or I day of July, A. D, 1942. R. H. KICK: I'.,

camp and, clubs. Due to gas and High School attended the contest i commercial boat from leaving the I Dated this 26th day of May A. 1 C. HATCOft.I4 Deputy Clorfc.IHA

tire rationing the girl will not sponsored by Richards Depart harbors of the district at night D. 1942. Attorney I II a Cool.for....Plaintiff.Issas Bid... Mltinl.. florid.

attend camp in Miami this year ment Store in Miami.: Girls from I The area covered by the order include E. B. LEATHERMAN, a. Is. Is. a.. June s. IUtl

A dimmer'club will probably be the ninth grade were a* follow: I some of the world' finest I I Clerk of Circuit!: Court,

started during .the first few day Grletje Terburg. Virginia Walker I fishing ground and it 1* In this I Dade County, Florid LEGALIZATION NOTICE TO APPLY OP ADOPTION FOR

of July. Maragaret Booth, Jenny vicinity that President Roosevelt 'I By L. E. PARKER D. C. NOTICE: I* Hk-KTBY .tv.. that the
Several of the boys of the model Alma Pierce HardY'1 I Circuit Court SeaL midrnliMd' will M Ux lath day ml Jam
Mary
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has done much of his deep sea I' Ittt. t l A. M. of u coca thereafter m*
airplane club have made airplane ber, Clara Roland, Anne Rheney, I fishing the (May 29 June 5, 12, 19, 28, 1942) ou..ooI may Ita ....... make application
past.Annoanrtmenl
Hononhle .... .
Ike Arthur Go.
a Circuit
*. Hubert Smith is on display and Barbara Miller Helen HO"k-1 II NOTICE TO access OR ORDER fOR Judge of the .r.1o..n. J.dkl.t. 'IHUIa fib
In the library. I er attended from the j PI'RI It ATIOM end for l.. > County Florid.. at eh...,_
if Twit rmri jou count or Till it the Dido County Coin Homo. MbmLrbwUn.
The student of the mechanical i grade. The contest wa held on ruEVFXTH JUDICIAL CIRCi.IT it for .. ...... uthorlilni thodoplk
drawing class are making detailed j th. sixth floor of the department I AND" FOil HADE <"OI "NTT. FLORIDA, .f Jcn KlrkMUIrk. kr thonlu
i I IN BA"'t" ( nays CASE No. 14 HI A. tholr. douchwr In Mtordoim with the
assembly drawings cross sections, store. DR. R. S. SPICKARDand CITY of Nomo ... n tonlrtpol tor.oration eta utov I. u.k MOM _.. nod __.
and isometric drawings.The Helen Hooker was one of the I of the Rloto of Florid.. '1.1."", lutod it "".1. Florida April HHk
... Tkoodonif Bnlloy tt on, ot .... Dofrnd.i"m Hlt"
library club ha* received four from all the school to receive SAMUEL / nt CARLO,
new material for its vocational honorable mention on her i TUB NAME OF THE STATE OF HOSE DI CARIOII .
DR. C. C. RAY FLORIDA *""...'
guide. Eighteen non-fiction and dress. : ,. It appearing that the )low In nock HM H TAYLOR.
moor .... pMridod bas hove complied with Attumn fnr ,....""'.....
fourteen fiction book have been I are new associated with p'I. the above entitled Mw. the title of (may Is. U. la. Jane .. 11. l'4f)
put on the shelf; other book are ELEMENTARY NEWS I wklrii told onuw k l .rrt>y nodf n port
out. The member of the club By Aida Conner I kor.*f .. Uioafk fully not forth koroln.ontJtllni NOTICE TO ITOCKHOLnKaS
tko Pblntlff to Notlot An. .
DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST n to Notion In hereby Vice n that are mending books, checking on Miss Jackson class celebrated :send or order for Publicalk4k dlroctod. M of the _......... o< the rUrio.
magazines, and supplying various Billy MlzelT and Elaine Bussey'i : ,'"-J Itue Cooot Fonlllior-...,, will nn held
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THTRerORE. TOO.
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at the of fir* of On mnnony nt Howeabo d.FMrid. .
club with much appreciated material I birthday. last week. Each was I III I".\Iop. It* Won "tit SHnot, Now TorkCky. ,. Tuesday JnK 0. 1141. M p. ..
ba Now Torn, Jok C. O... and Odlo for too ..__ W ._or n board of di.
The class
seven year of age. I Godwin O...., kin ... No ... .
Office Hem I a. ... U I p. A wHo act often find mk "'tbw Maiaeeso
The grooming club baa been Interested II a new beautiful bird and bird County Nonk, Caroline ........u In may same before tho _I...
old onnof, wnoro noon are ever twooty nni ,_....
Sundays: 11 11 G. W. MOODY .
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in cosmetic and hat been cage. "Peter Churchmouse" a new ,
you non roildfntn of tho twto of PTorfc A. D. FOOLS Swr pry and .
discussing proper method of ap book given by the Episcopal min I Closed Saturdays koroby _If.... ordered nod ro. (mar ice. to, Jame 0. IT-
le.b.4 to file yon appearance hi new
plyin81nake-up. I'ister1 wife, Mrs. Pendleton Is or pov.redtna on or before the lot*

being greatly enjoyed by the student ,r 11M N. W. inn BT, !MIAMI : dny pas onnfoioo W Js....will A. D.no 14 entered*. otkMwk nnhM yon.Tho doctor. Your ad looks t'lce.1

JUNIOR PLAT A BIT *. I estate of Mid cover or nroootdlnlnntfiot in the tabloid Leader-
.tUI biff
The Junior play "American I The children are beginning anew I PHONE I ron. w, romtlonnn of Tu RolfCortHlenton.

Fanport", was a grand success reader entitled "The Story t I 1 'I'.I peasants Enterpme.i .

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Pace E bt HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday,_Maygg 1942 ,;


IIIlImannllIII( 1IIIIIIIUlllllllmllUIIlI; L. Hook, Jr., Edwin, Hubbard,'lilt which Instruction in Uklr.4 Slid 1! AWARDS REDLAND HOLDS I
IE. Hood, Miss Elizabeth' Sie developing pictures la given; !

Miss Viola Siebold Miss dancing lesson (rhumba, la conga I -

20 Years Ago Jessie Siebold. Later in the evening etc). (Continued from Page One) (Continued tram Page One)

Henry Braoker, Jr. and Walter 'l'uescla1-USO day off; recrea.tlon ten were: Felix Bullard Sam Bl. Redford graduates will be held at

Hobbs arrived . ." center closed.Wednesdaydancing. ondo, Bobby Dellinger, Don Done, 11:15 a. m. Sunday the Redland
..sae... Ln..n.e from rose I..of. am.e _5.0006-A_ -''A Chamber of Commercewas and orchestra Richard Biggers and Richard Sum school auditorium. The sermon
28".k..0NMY.. U ARMs organized last Friday evening music.Thursdaysports. mers. will be preached by the Rev. W II:.
W ase.a ".,., 0 ...- d.w".4 ; ping pong
with Edward Stilling Rowell Redland
president of the
Oft If, 5554 "II" w __ as Junior high players who received pastor and
.... &.e-. and A. W. Jones, ecretarytreasurer. billiard etc. six-inch letters were: Harry Florida City community churches.
. .* (Florida City Friday-dancing and orchestra; Bishop Robert Sullivan, Billy Js- The invocation will be given by
1tI111lf1Cmmm11iJm1UnWEUltIUilApr. floor show.Saturday. robs, John Bllello Billy Dickinson the Rev. Geo. H. Ricks pastor of

25. Inl May 4. 1921"Council -barn dance. I Theodore Orfanedes, DonaldHouston I the Homestead Presbyterian
-"Th. Wise home was the center met in regular session Sunday-any and all types of, and Charles Martin. Church and the benediction, by
of a Joint anniversary celebration on Monday night, May 1. . activities; organized fishing trips; Cheer leaders Who received let- Mr. Waller. Scripture readingwill
on Tuesday night Mrs. L. A. F. B. Rue, manager of the Dade sight-seeing trips; swimming in.' ten were: Wave Horton Charlotte be by the Rev. C. P. Crsu
Wise celebrated her third wedding County Telephone Co. asked that Coral Gables Venetian pool; musical I Geronimo, Evelyn Sykes FlorenceNelson well, pastor of the Princeton Jli.tarene .

anniversary and Mn. R. L. Kennedy the town engineer be Instructed Dances program.and other social function .I Marjorie Connor, Louise Church.
celebrated her fourth. ," to give him lines for setting new attended Dearlng and Harry Bowen. Two selections will be sung ,by
are by Victory girl
--Mrs. Fred Kosel and her poles on. Considerable discussion enlisted and chaperoned by the Awards In the girls glee club the Redland High School chorus.

two daughters, Dorothy and Alma, followed as to whether It was USO. No liquor, beer or wine is were as follows: Mary Ellen Dear. Members of Redland JUhSchooI'
left for the home In Hempstead, up to the town or telephone com. permitted at any of the USO centers ing, tint soprano: Mary Jo Close graduating class are:

N. Y.. where hey have a large palO 4o pay for this work, It being , or functions, and no girls under second soprano, Hilda Dodson, aloe Mary. Lela Ball Marie Baahor,
argued by Mr. Rue that he ; Mable Ruth Pope and Frances
13 ire permitted to attend the Sophie Bogardt, Nellie Cart Jeannette -
Eaft'll."Mr.. and Mn. H. B. Seattle bad nothing to work by, and that entertainments the Miami USO Rutland, accompanists. Cox, Mary Crauswell. Doris
left Thursday for their,home in K he set the poles In the wrong director said. Band awards (made at the final Cross, Mary Lois Durrett, Jeanne
Cleveland Ohio. . ." I I place, the town would' make him concert of the school year held Coy, Marjorie Fogle, Nathalie
"Mrs. Minnie Leach accompanied move them. , ." ,last night) were as follows: Ami- Griffin Jewel Hodge, Ila Jean Ir.
H. II. S. GRADS don award for band etiquette, musicianship
by her daughter, Miss Ruby -"The field day exercises, win, Annie Ruth Lee, KathrynLevy
L clof Miami, has returned (Homestead school notes) proved, W II scholarship and performance Lois Loper, Merle Lett, Ger.
from several days trip to Cuba." to be great success. . The lint (Continued from Page One) Charles Steffani, Hilda trad Odom, Helen Pope, Rosalyn
Dodson and Paul Rue service
(Florida City) honors in the declamation contest superintendent of public instruction i ; Powell, Mildred Reams, Eva Ros

-."B. M. Duncan fend wife have of the high school boys were won will present the diplomas. ,Vera awards Rheney Billy, Jacobs Marlowe, Bob Jacobsenand Spear, borough, Louise Ross Lois Vr nt,

rented the Brocket house on by Rollin Chambliss, second by Presentation of scholarship and : Dorothy Sullivan. Mary Warden, Alice Wysong;

Eighth street fur the summer.", Russell Home, third by Claude activity awards and presentationof The seventh grade boys H. A. Amen, Eaton Anderson,
presented
(Florida City) Campbell. The fint honors of the the senior class' gift to the high I the band with a new bats Richard Ball John Chambers,

high school girls were won by, school will precede the graduation 'drum at the final assembly, which Kearney Hennmg Blair Hickson,

Apr. IT, mt Mary Tower, second honors by ceremonies. I lasted more than two hours. The Jack Hilson, Vernon Jackson*
Eleanor Matthews and third by Musical numbers will be furnished .
-"David Barnes was "honored bya presentation of awards was pre- Richard Jensen, Raymond Lee,
surprise party at his home last Mildred Campbell. The grade by the Homestead school ceded by a one-act play presented Carl Llndgren, Jr., Ballard Lewis
Thursday. The party was a farewell school girls who won honor were: band, and Mrs. T. L. Hodges will by the girl of the high school dr*. Walter McVlcker, Wilbur Peeplesand
o one for David as he left for Marlon Doney first; Francis slog. mattes class and was followed by a Philip Reams.
the west coast Parkin, second; Lois Bryant third Baccalaureate service will be
on Friday. fashion parade staged by the pupils The senior will hold their class
-"Mrs. Hawley of Redland,: Earl Matthews won first honors held Sunday at > p. m. in the Neva of the home economics department day exercises tonight In the Red-
cousin of Mr. Haggles, left for of the grade boys. . ." I King Cooper School auditorium.The i land school auditorium.URNERS .
I
New York to spend a abort vaca, -"M1aI Lena Sykes and Albert , sermon will be preached by
tion. Mr. Hawley Is at the present L. Johnston were united in the Rev. T. A. Ferguson, pastor of
time In China. matrimony at Miami on Wednes the Homestead Methodist Church,

-"L. A. Webb who has been' day. Min Sykes has been wintering : and the Invocation and scripture
living with Ms brother T. B. with her brother, J. Slstrunk reading will be given by Dr. W.
Webb, during the winter months and Mr. Johnston Is employee H. K. Pendleton rector of St. FUNERAL

expects to leave for his hugs iB of Chase &On."Born ." I John's Episcopal Church. A

Branford, Fla. In a few days. Mt. to Rev. and Mrs. C. M. of girls from the high group

Webb held a position with the White, a boy, Saturday morn club will aJnc.Memben O ME
of Homestead
last High ,
y Standard Growers while here" ing !
"Marshall W. E!:. Bussey arrived School senior class are:
"George W. Turner, Jr. left
for his home in Baltimore Md., In Homestead Thursday after Edith Helyn Bevis, Rose Marie! 24Hour Ambulance Service

hat Thursday night Mr. Turner accompanying the body of his Bllello, Mauna Annette Campbell,
Jo Close, Marjorie Juanita
brother Mary
to Georgia.
Is connected with the Baltimore LADY ATTENDANTPhone
-"Mn. W. M. Bradley who was Conner, Rita Marie Dent Edna
and Ohio Railroad. His wife and Fla
270 Homestead
children expect to loin him In a operated on by Dr. Martin and Earle Forte, Kathleen Freeman, ,
Dr. Smith Barbara Lenor Hill, Wave Cor
few months' time. They have been returned to her home
from Mrs. Flsk's Post Graduate delia Horton.
residing In Redland where
have they I General Hospital Wednesday Florence Marie Nelson, 'Helen
a grove. Norman, Anaabelle Peters, Mary
morning."LIttle, . ]
-"Mrs. L. L. Bow will leave for
Allen West celebrated' Louis Pierce, Mabel Ruth Pope,
New York on Saturday where she
with tlf Betty Jane Kilburn. Mary Theresa \
some his playmates, his
expect to spend the summer Redd Grace Patricia Torclse, Evelyn
-
seventh birthday
months. on Wednesday SERVICE ALL MAKES of f CARS
-"Mrs. Francis Dolan of Miami afternoon. . ." Melba Sykes Louise, Geneva VanWinkle.Mae V'M'I on

was in Homestead on Wednes r Forrest Varlne Bell, Jr Daniel I
day. Mn. Dolan will be down uso I Leonard Bowen, Jr. Harry Bowen,
next December to become a permanent Ralph E. Dellinger. Sterling Lamar -\

resident. ." I I Dickinson, Jr., Lewis C. Expert Mechanics
(Continued from Page One)
"Paul Z. Camp who has been this area is BOW awaited beforenegotiations :Eaker, Carl P. Fredericks. Wil-
I with the Hollywood company for i burn Harry (Barney) Godwin,
are concluded for I
I the past year and half, left rental of the big I William Harry Martin, James Nes-
four-winged exhibit
Wednesday for Indianapolis wherehe bitt Jr.Charles.
,
is connected with the Hollywood adapted structure admirably which to the can simultaneous be. ; Daniel Robertson, Paul I Repairs Financed Through GMAC

I office in that city.. H* staging of various William Rue, Bruce Lee Scott I
, sper4 a few days with his motherrecently and other form of recreation games and Charles Henry Stettani. Jr M.t.1
and will return to Miami amusement tbew Benton (Q) Lowe,
I
in the fall."Tommy .." This Information was divulged Sykes and Elmer Martin. I

,: Carter Is Just about at the meeting of the Homestead Have your car put in perfect shapeto
getting over the measles.1* Rotary Club 01
Wednesday noon In
get the most in riding comfort at
" -"Mr. and Mr*. Hubert Potter Legion Hall by George Breutlgam, .

\ left on Monday for the west coast director of the Miami USO who ... minimum cost.
ney will spend at few days at St gave a talk describing the activities
1 Petersburg before starting for carried on by the Miami
branch In behalf of the servicemen
their home in Connecticut" (Florida > e > aWe
City stationed in and passing

-"Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brocket through that area. EXPERTBARBERING

leave on Sunday for their home in "keep The 'em purpose smOlag"of the, Mr.USO Branti-i* to have five new trucks on hand.

North Haven-., after spending -
t the winter with Mf. and Mrs. Sam background skid-to furnish for the a recreational soldier or I Get yours before it is too late.. See us

A. D. Clinton. Mrs. Brockett I*
/ a sister of Mr A. D. Clinton." sailor and keep him from losinghis Uaircat i for details and ire win help you make
social Identity in the changing lie
(Florida City)
I conditions to which he Is subjectThe shave lie i' application to the truck board.
\ -"Miss Jacqueline Edward entertained
Miami program for the
shamspee (Eves)_ lie
a few friend at bar week Is generally something like
t home in Florida Siarpeo (MetleaW)_ 75e
City
Wednesday this, said M>. Brautlgam. a a s a
night. . Among the guest were Monday evening camera guild Stags is ,
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