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: June 5, 1942
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00545
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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VoL 31-No. 22 Homestead, Florida, Friday, June 5, 1942 Price 5 Cents





Mass Meeting Called for Monday \








On Paralyzing ODT Truck Order








I 1200 Local Men Given Jobs 75 PER CENT RETURN LOAD




Sottiles Get Contracts, REQUIREMENT NOW SLATED




ALL TRACTORS I I Ball Demonstration Park to Be Scene Next Wednesday of Fire Bomb NightAt TOGOINEFFECTJULYFIRSTTHE -


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A mass meeting has been called
DRAFTED FOR 7:30: next Wedneslay night ment and local auxiliary firemen. WEATHEROfficial by the Redland District Chamber
the Homestead municipal ball park "Fire Chief A. C. Deputy, yea
I I of the of Commerce for a o'clock Monday -
weather report
will be the scene of a public demonstration erday, urged that everyone attend -
Subtropical Experiment Station, night In the chamber of com-
of methods to use in the fire bomb demonstrationand
BOCA RATONPractically exterminating incendiary bomb get acquainted with the methods Homestead, Florida. merce building to discuss an order
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Date I IY6S.1mi I *.I| I main
Tht demonstration will he of controlling and extinguishIng Issued by the Office of Detente

,_ staged under tht direction of officers fires which may result from May 21. t1 I e3 128.121 Transportation which would require -

I of the Miami fire depart air' raids. May 28. --.. 83 et 120.06 trucks to carry at least a,75
every farmer and ment with the assistance of members Also,, demonstrated next Wed. May 10. .. _j 81 et I ..:
cent load return
every available farm tractor and, of the Homestead_._ fire depart- nesday night will be the prepare. May 81- 60 e3 1June j per hauls when capacity deliveries-on mAde '
Other land clearing machinery in ion families should make to protect I. I ee I8J21
8'j 1 15 miles.
the Homestead area were roundedup their homes from destruction June I. I el12U91 4.03June over

by South Dad Farms, Inc., WAR BOND RALLYIN I b y fire bombs, said Mr. Deputy, S_ .j 87 I 'fZ 121.831 .3' I into The effect order June was 1 scheduled but was to postponed go-
within the past week and rushedto who Is deputy fire warden of this ,
to July 1 at the request of
Boca Ratoa where the Home- LEGION PARK, district In the set-up of the Dade .
Wholesale
the National League f -
dead Arm has a subcontract for County defense council 'j
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable
LINE MEN MOVE
clearing an,100-acre sit for the '
Distributors to allow the produce ., ", j
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big them army air base to be established SATURDAY NIGHTA 2 Pipeline Workmen LEMONS) : industry a breathing, spell 1ft. .
TO PUSH
at Marathon'Two which I to work oft pUns to meet
Nfreg Injured
yk 21A
->- >ca Raton-subcontract : :
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the situation a : ". ,
was awarded South Dade Farms war bond rally will be staged OFF ARMY MENU The industry hopes to evolv* a 1
last Thursday. Saturday night at 8 o'clock in men on the Florida Keys solution which will satisfy the .
On Monday, June 1, James Legion park with Roscoe Brun- pipeline crew at Marathon were ODT objective of conserving l
Sotllle Sr, president of the com. stetter, prominent civic worker of Injured this week and brought to trucks and tires and at the same
pany was advised that his firm had Miami, as the main speaker. the James Archer Smith Hospital A personal canvass ofhe I time avoid a demoralized state of (
been twardel an initial contract to In Homestead. larger of the wtem
Presiding will be Preston B. army camps : affairs in the distribution of per.
supply the Richmond Field blimp Bird, chairman for the sale of war Lee Hunt, 38, of Tulsa, Okla.. United State is now being made ishable fruits and vegetables.
base with 100,000 yard of road bonds and stamps in the Homestead suffered a broken pelvis Monday by a representative of Redland Speakers at the mass meeting
base rock-which will amount to alto will when a cable broke and 1 let a District growers and shippers in will include representatives of the
and present
approximately 75000. area E. dynamite mat fall oa him. Ho*,' an effort to have Persian limes Miami and Fort Lauderdale chambers -
be Postmaster S. Livingston
Two hundred or more local men, pital authorities described his' substituted for lemon in the sol.diers of commerce and truck company .
of bonds and
with plenty stampsto I'
have been given employment on condition as serious bill of tare. executives. Kit Carson, secretary .
hand
to
over patriotic
pur-
the two contracts. H. H. Jones, 19. a native of This tour, which is being made of the local chamber, acid
chasers.
The mount of the Boca Raton New Hampshire, sustained a broken -' by Carl Plowaty of Princeton, anda that since the ODT order will effect .
contract was not available for "Everybody should come out leg yesterday morning. radio advertising schedule were practically every class of cU
publication. The land clearing I and buy some bullets and bombsto Both men were brought to decided upon at a meeting Wed- tIzen in South Dade, everyone is
contract was subcontracted to seal the Jap, said Mr. Bird. ,Homestead In a Turner ambu- need ot three principal Persian urged to attend. Carley J. Smith,
South Dade Farms by Southeastern "Mr. Brunstetter will explain lust ance.OTYEMPLOYEES. lime shippers in this district: Par- president of the Miami trucking
Construction Co: of Miami how many bonds can purchase a I man-Lehman Packing Co. Harold firm that bear his name, will tell
The South Dade Farms contracts, rifle, machine gun, plane, or tankor I E. Kendall and Florida Avocadoand of direct Information on the sub.
obtained at a time when all farmIng -j_ even Just a few effective Persian Lime Growers. Ject which he obtained in a trip to

in this section has been completed 'rounds of ammunition. I Some of the army camps In ODT headquarters in Washington.

"take up the alack" for Member of the John O. Salley WHO ENLIST TOGET south Florida are already using Railroad facilities are now taxedto
both nun and machinery here. Post, American Legion, will circulate limes instead of lemons as a capacity and they can not take
South Dade Farms catered the I'I among the audience result of effort previously made care of any part of what the trucksare .
contracting business to provide salesmen for the war bonds .I I JOBS BACKCity by the local Persian lime in- now transporting protest to
(Continued On Page Four) savings stamps. (Continued on Page Eight) I| (Continued Oft Page Seven)


Prizes Presented Winners in EssayOn employees-who enter the 12,126I1ours of Work, 2,269 Garments
1- armed service of the United States I
Post-War International Relations will be given their jobs back on Is Record of Red Cross Unit for Year -
their return to civilian life if priorto
their enlistment or induction -
The three winners of an essay 'International relations have they had been in the employ of the Two thousand, two hundred) hand June 1 was *23I, Mrs. Tib-
contort in which 116 pupils of been more strained so tar after city for one year or more. sixty-nine garments were com-' bit report
the Homestead and Redland high wan thaI before the war began. A resolution providing the foregoing pleted and delivered Miami by I Mrs W J. Krone, a worker
schools wrote oa Ole subject ofpostwar The victor demand reparations will be drafted by the city South Cede Red Cross sewing unit''I from the beginning and secretary I
world relations were presented which leave the nations which attorney as a result of action by in its first year which ended June (Continued oa Page Seven)
with prizes at Wednesday's have Jon In serious economic troubles the city council at Its meeting 1,'reports Mrs. B .A. Tibblts head 1!
meeting of the Homestead Rotary This cause hatred againstthe Monday eightSuperintendent of the project This includes -,
Club, sponsor of the contest victors and start the vanquished I Gordon Ivey of sewed, knitted, and crocheted articles Merit Award Made

The prizes, $18, $10 and fS in rearming with a still I the municipal light and .water and quilt, many of them of i I To Redland Students
war savings stamps were awarded (Continued on Page Eight) plant was authorized to make a full bed size. The time given, as I I -

to Miss Kate Qautier, Miss Marie trip to Jacksonville la company computed under Red Cross rules,' Merit award to pupil of Red.
r Bashor. Miss Helen Pope, res- James Nesbitt Cited with" Consulting Engineer Wm. was 1X126 hours. I land school were anade a* follow
pectivtly-aU students ell Kedland First in Scholarship Sydow to interview United States The local unit was sponsored by at commencement exercises held
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& gds hers, the Homestead Business and Pro-I .
High School Job army engineer* tegardiiig require in the school auditorium Wednesday '
chairman of the club's International Merit award to members of meats for electric current to be fessional Women's Cub and organized night

,) service committee, who Homestead furnished.by the City ot Homestead by Mrs. Tibbits and I
of
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of
,originated the contest and person. the das to the bomber ferry and' Green Rives.! The B. P. Scholarship-Helen Pope. i
ally offered the prize, made the High School were made as followsat pilot training! base soon to be established !. used it* treasury fund to J4n.1 Activities-Ba Jean Xrwin. '

'prasefttattoa the commencement exercises at the,count airport the project aad in addition Citsemhip--Marie Basbor. I .
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'", 'Tike club heM the wiaaert.ef held to the Novel King Cooper Mr. Ivey returned from Jacksonville . several money-raising event during Athletic-Tart Liadgrea, Jr. I
1 first and second places read their School auditorium Tuesday eightScholarship Wednesday night but said the summer and tall, and la Music\ Jeannett Cox. *
James he could not make commentas February under the leaclenhlP'of Iisay: -Helen Pope. iAmerican
eaaay*. but all three will be pub- -tost place, any medal-
., ,lished'la the leader Miss Cau-I Nesbltt; second place, AnnabeUe to the outcome of his Confer.owe MIL E. A. Froscher, conducted Legloa and
Chamber
tit& appears herewith in this Peters. with the. army representatives. - a fruit Juice-booth at the Redland Charles Rosemary
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June 10, in Legion hall ',
day night Typhoid Immunization
CHARRED BODY:I" Officers-elect are: commander To Be Given :
Ed J. Norman; first vicecom.1mander Wednesdat!

In and Around :.,OF STRIPPED CAR ond vice-commander, Dr. Geo. D. Ruehle, Joel; sec J i Typhoid Immunization for adults! '?''

and for children over three
I Robinson; third vicecommanderJo yean '
,LEFT NEAR TRAIL M. Scarborough; adjutant and of age wlU be given in the cllnl4

Homestead ;I I finance officer, Wm. J. Geroni- room of the Neva King Cooper

Olin S. Wright; was notified late mo; chaplain Joe W. Irwin; ser- School in Homestead from 2 to" 1

last week that the automobile geant-at-arms Irving J. Lyon. o'clock next Wednesday, June H'

r: I'i stolen from In front of hU residence by Dr. T. E. Cato and a staff of
Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb and land who with Mr. i at 33 W. Mowry street May CHLORINATINGUNIT nurses from the county health department .
daughter Tallulah Ann, returned has been Dr.ndenbur'l',IS had been found-stripped of
Sunday from I vacation In Hot Beach I* in St I tires, battery, electric heater, radio +
Springs, Ark. They visited also receiving treatment for an ankle!t:'and speedometer and the body ORDERED All residents of the district, front'

In Vicksburg and Hattlesburg, broken in a fall. I j I gutted by fire.Highway Pertine south, who desire this

Miss, and Ashford, Ala. Mrs. Russell Home will return patrolmen found the FOP CITY POOLA free Immunization are asked to
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Howard Johnson was called to today from Quitman, Ca. where I car early May 25 on Bird road, come at this time. Three dose
Wrlghtaville, Ga.. yesterday by the Mr. Horn is farming, to spend a !two miles east of Krone avenue will be administered at weekly
illness of his brother, Herbert few days at her home here. Her 'Bird road enten Krome avenue chlorinating unit has been intervals. j ,
Gordon Ivey returned Wednesday children,'"Barbara and Buddy, will two miles south of Tamlami Trail ordered for the Homestead Municipal Colored residents of the district .
night from I business trip to accompany her when she returns After stripping the car, the thieves swimming pool, Manager Art will receive immunization Monday "
Jscksonville. to Quitman.Mrs. threw the discarded: hub caps Into McKee announced yesterday, morning at 8 o'clock In the Home

Miss Edna Booth has resignedas C. T. Harper and daughter the body, saturated the interior "This machine la designed' to steed colored school. 1
with gasoline and set fire to It. f
stenographer in the office of Cecelia, returned last week I guarantee to patrons of the pool .
The fire obliterated all of Sherard Takes
trace Ernest ,&
from Tallahassee where Miss
City Clerk R. E. Elwards, and security against any possible infection ,
Miss Barbara Done has been employed Harper was graduated from Florida ,fingerprints on the hub caps and as the chlorine with which Position With Turnery
other parts of the car. :
In her place. State College for Women on the pool I I. treated I* powerful -
and daugtv May 23. Miss Harper will leave Officers believe the theft was enough to kill all germ and yetis Ernest Sherard has accepted the.
Mrs Combs Young
the latter part of the month to the work of experienced automobile
1 not objectionable or harmful to of ambulance driver
ter, Mary Lou, and Mrs. Harrell I position and
enter the Medical College of Rich. thieves. Mrs. Wright and
Bishop and daughter Kay, are expected mond. Olin Jr.. (, saw the car driven humans", said Mr. McKee. assistant funeral director, at Tur."
to arrive today from their off Two new diving boards are being ner Funeral Home to' fill a vacancy ;
by a man on the afternoon of
,home in Daytona to spend the I Dr. and Mrs. W. H. K. Pendle- May IS, but thought Mr. Wright Installed at the pool and general caused by-h recent enlist
week-end her and attend the ton and their son, dry, left yesterday I had sent someone for It When renovation of the locker ment of Herbert W. Turner In the'U. "
Hathaway-West wedding Sunday. for their home In Sparten- they saw It continue through an rooms Is under way. The roof of I S. Marine Corps. ''JIf
Mrs. r. M. Hieronymus and I burg, S. C. i alley past the rear of the shop I the bathhouse Is getting a heavy I Mr. Sherard entered upon his,
daughter, Trans, who left here Mrs. J. W. Parker who has been 1 I where Mr. Wright works, they application of red lead and paint. new duties Monday.BROKEN -s
several weeks ago are visiting Mrs.Hieronymus spending several month with her(spread the alarm. Police broad- I' The old set of bleachers will be ,
parents in Pones son-in-law and daughter Mr. and I i casts failed to locate the automobile torn down and replaced and at
City, Okla. They plan to Join Mr. ,Mrs. W. E. Rheney, left Sunday because It was not taken least one additional set of bleachers LENSESDUPLICATED \
Hieronymus in Temple, Tex, in a with her son William Parker, for through any patrolled area. It will be constructed.The '
month.Mr. her home in Jacksonville. Mr. was last seen a few minutes afterIt pool flood lights have been Repairs on ......, adjustment '
and Mrs. Homer Jenkins Parker came here Friday from his was stolen as it passed O. B. fitted with shields so that they I MARION O. BREWSTEK. R. N. ;
birth'of a five-pound, six-ounce home In Savannah to take his Psrker's Alpine Grove Dairy, two may again, be used to light the Office of Dr. G. O. Brewattr '
birth of a five-pound, ilk-ounce mother back. I miles north of Homestead on pool for night swimming and yet 36 W. Mowry Street II
son, James William, in the James Mr. and Mrs, A. E Blake of I Krome avenue. Confederates were comply with screen-out require
Archer Smith Hospital Sunday Tampa were week-end guests of evidently waiting for the thief at ments.
Mrs. Roy Cavender and son, Mr. Blake's brother-in-law and I Bird road and Krome with tools Patronage of the swimming pool
Roy, Jr. will leave next week for sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Blake, In' and transportation.The last month showed an Increase of :
visits in Fort Mead and points in South Allapattah Gardens.I. car was Insured against fire more than 100 per cent over that ;
Georgia. r Newbury of Arlington, Ga, r and theft.T.T. of May, 1941, Mr. McKee said.
Mrs. C. G. Taylor and children spent last week visiting his aunt I

will go to Okeechobee: Saturdayfor VIrs. A. R. Llvlngstnoon,:csnd1\r and D.L. Bowen Back Redland High Girls Ifa5tivTroub1(2!!
a visit with Mrs. Taylors uncle and aunt, Mi*, *. I From Burial of Brother Finish at Montverde I"IJ"or
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children. Gordon Ivey.Bernard I
Mrs. Clara VanWlnkle and and Dickie Hindman, : T. T. and D. L. Bowen returned Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Lee left (
daughter, Miss Melba, will leave young sons of Mr. and Mrs. B. M.::to Homestead Wednesday night for Montverde yesterday to see
today for Washington, D. C., where Hindman, underwent tonsil opera. I i from Metter Ca, where they at- their daughter, Miss Carol, receive TryailROPBACTiCl:A J
they will make their home. lions atthe James Archer Smith I tended I I the funeral of their brother a diploma from Montverdo
Mill Lorraine Barnes who has Hospital Thursday. Other patients:! Lester, 51, on Sunday. School. They were accompanied ;
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. all the hospital are Mr*. Jerry Accompanied by Mrs. TK T.I by another daughter, Joy, and on
Barnes has returned to her homein Leonhardt who will return to Mia ,;Bowen, they left here Saturday the return trip the family will
Covlngton. Ky. mi today, .In. P. P. Alliston who:after receiving word that their be joined by Miss Betty McCauslin TRIED ALL ELSE?
Mr and Mrs. Wm. McMIchael, will return to Miami Sunday, Lee,|I brother was critically In but did of Pittsburgh who will visit them
Jr. have returned from a vacation Hurst who Is recovering from an I I not arrive until after his death. here.Another Does your search for relief from'Digestive
spent in Atlanta and New Orleans i accident and A. H. Jsrrett, a I Mrs."T. T. Bowen remained Into member of the Mont. Troubles seem endless
Lamar and George Dickinson,i medical patient The) following i''I.Metter spend a few days with verde graduating class is Miss fruitless? Decide to come and
sons of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Dick patient returned to their homes I relatives. Dora Scott of Miami, former Red. do. Realize why so many other
inson have gone to Hurtsboro I during the week: L. 0. Hall M land High School girl, whose pa. discover Chiropractic's benefits
Ala. to visit Mr. Dickinson's parents ; H. Owens, J. M. Reed. Dave Wil-r Legion Post to Install rents and brothers, Mr. and Mrs. before you suffer another dar\
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dick-'I llama, Mrs. Shafer, Mrs. C W.i j I Officers Wednesday J. Lawrence Scott and Dick and Learn what an
Inson, and Mrs. Dickinson's bro- Little, Jr. Mrs. Clifton. Mrs.'I Billy Scott also are attending the praise Chiropractic so earnestly:
ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and I Bechter, Henry Curtis Allen and I i i Officers will ; Installed and commencement exercises. Decide! Come in, today.IIOt'RS
Mrs. J. J. Chambllss. ; Mrs. Jas. Wallace and baby. #I refreshments served at the meet- I
Mrs. W L. Neeley has as guests ___ ,.. _I\ Ing of John G. Salley Post Amer. Enterprise Classified Ad ."g
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her sister, Mrs. James Stewart I 1 lean Legion, to be' held Wednes- For results use Leader. 9.30 to U; I to' .I,
and Mrs. A. A. Flchtner of Lakeland FLORIDA CITY I I Evening by. Appointment _j*

who plan to return home ,B> Warren Sewers i M i I Thursday for Clermont, Mo. Miss *-' Haskln' ,
-1"--- Dt. Leonard W, Elliott9.CHIROPRACTOR
Saturday.Mr. I Oracle Torclse will accompany Dr. Re J.
J. Hester and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Becker I sssd.lld.e I. r... Its.ale.rw
and Mrs. R.
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son, Peter, will leave Monday for will leave Monday for Mountain ;i will visit her brother-in-law and I GLASSESMl '
where Mr. Hester will City, Tenn. where Mr. Becker will "
Pittsburgh I!sister Mr.and Mrs Guiccu- McCrery Arcade
Tony H. L fins W.. ...... Pity
attend summer school at the University farm this summer. I lardl. : c--: Air ('.0........... I Phone !t1WHOMESTEAD.
of Pittsburgh Mrs. Alice Oxland returned Friday I Mrs. Selma Mattson of Flamingo ... c.._.... 'r_ FLORIDA '''
Mrs. E. H. Gallaher plans to. from a one-week visit in spent the week-end here. _
leave In the middle of the month;I Miami with Mrs. Mary Hlckaba- i Mrs. M. Silverman and grand- "H"", ,,' ," "II", ,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,II """"" ,,, "" "" ,,"'" ", '" ,
for Cleveland where she will attend ham.Mrs. i:Children. Marian Gloria and Alfred
summer school at Western O .M. Lmdsey of Jacksonville
spent Sunday in Florida
I I For Complete Home Furnishings .
Reserve University.Mrs. spent the week-end I
Glenn Bale returned this Mr. and Mrs. D. W vtaJun'l City.Mrs.. Nina Brandenburg and son. .
week from Patrick, S. c., where, C S. Philips returned I Bobby, and Mrs. Alma Bosses and .
she has been visiting her parent from Fort Pierce.H. I I daughter, Shirley, all of South SeeSmithGraves 1.' t
Warren Burger of Minneapolis Is I J. Derbyshire returned Monday ,I Miami were Sunday guests of Mr.
visiting his uncle and aunt Mr from a two-week business trip I i and Mrs. R. E. Scott.
and Mrs. C. O. Calderwood in to Flint Mich. 1#

Redland.Mr. Mrs. Ell Blucket left Thunda'i Furniture Co.
and Mrs. E. F. Ray will for Wllsall, Mont, GLASSES \
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leave this week to spend a month's week visit with her parent. Mr. -
vacation In various place in Kan and Mr*. Herman Petiold. who .
.sas.rMn.. have been seriously 111 : Wide.M I Homestead Phone 248-J j
,: A. Brandenburg of Red. Mr. and Mrs. R. Black; left I
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MORE SPOTTERS]10f; Africa, in Queensland, Australia Rotes to Go on Fishing Allen West Will Preach Miss Annabelle Peters

I and, in on Paraguay the west around coast of Asuncion Mexico.",. I Trip Next WednesdayNext Here Sunday Morning:I I Gets Club Scholarship
The morning sermon of the First
NEEDED FOR DUTYliIN In some of these, the seasons are Mill Annabelle Peter, who was
I reversed week' meeting of the Baptist Church of Homestead will I
t "Climatic Homestead Rotary Club has been be preached Sunday by Dr. Allen graduated from Homestead High
study serves scientific School has been
THIS SECTIONListening abandoned in favor of a fishing West pastor of the Woodmont Tuesday evening
-' purposes and It 1* also practical. warded the Junior Woman's Club
It aids In providing Information trip which members will make at Baptist Church of Nashville, it I I$100 loan scholarship, announced
the of the losing Inan announced Dr.
expense team was yesterday by
to attract
tourists to an by Mrs. Bruce Ennis, scholarship
post In the Hom*. are and in the introduction of attendance contest which recently J H. Johnstone, pastor of the local I I I chairman. Th money must be

stead section of the Tint Inter- new plant and crop to a particular ended. The winning team! church. spent on a business course.
ftpter Command are functioning section." wa captained by Dr A. M. Logan Accompanied by his wife and Mis Peter, who has taken a
smoothly, thank to patriotic cltlnctor Sam J. Davis was elected lion and the losing team, by Stanley' Infant daughter, Janet Dr. West I commercial course In high school,
yesterday He said howten tamer for the coming year to succeed Wittkop. will arrive today to visit with 'plan to study for civil service
who art manning them, said James Wollam who I* now in RotarUm making the trip will his parent,, Mr. and Mn. O A. ;work.
Wm. J. the 1"7.W. West and administer the marriage -
Geronimo tubdlitrlct diem assemble at I o'clock Wednesday
that nor volunteers are W. Allan showed the club morning in front of the .American I vow that will unite his liter, Freddie Baker, in Homestead
needed to a hundred-dollar war bond that Miss Lucille West to Lieut Wm.
operate the plant Legion building, and truck will colored town on the night of May
spotting poata at maximum efficiency. has been bought with ten-cent take them to the key where boat Hathaway at the West home Sunday SO.
fines collected during the year. 1 afternoon.
.' furnished by Chas. T Fuchs Jr, The stabbing which occurred In
"The work la not h.rd'.nd I* John RMather and J. R. Brook I front of a "beer parlor", resulted
extremely interesting,". h., _lei. Hotel Patricia Makes will, take th.mto the fishing McAllister Volunteer from a quarrel over a darktown
"We have | few women plane .. Low Rate to South DadeTo ground At 3 clock the boats I To Drill Here belle. Laster was committed to
potUi and can us* more, for ""-- will reassemble at Angel .fish' SundayThe the county J.nlor trial in clreult
women ran man the listening posts South Dade residents who Creek for a fish fry
.fa. the day time and release mentor have more-business' to transact I tint drill of the local unit
of McAllister Volunteers will be
,, the night watche. Miami than they can ..AccomplishbV
Water Tank'Marker
held In front of the Chamber court.-4
"Men and women who c",' go one day. She Hotel Patricia. tSll'S ,. Commerce building at 2:15 .
,. .. to the front can have the satisfaction E:, Second-avenue Is making .4 Ordered' fainted Out' Sunday, It was announced yesterday p. m-. WAREHOUSE
of doing ,their bit. here at special rates The ,Patricia J by A. W. January of Redland.1 =0-_-
,The name Homestead painted
on
dome waa recently taken
by volunteering to aerv at .over by Fred
member of the Miami
the sponsoring en
whichever of our'eight listening H.: Carpenter: who wa manager 'toP. of the municipal water
,,, posts they may be needed Who of, I the,.riorida Cast .Coast Rail- tank yean ago a* a guiding mark- unit.AU
er for airplanes was painted outthis men who wish to4 Join the F. E. C. SIDING
way's famous
know bow .soon the time Royal Palm Hotel ImMiami
may local military drill unit will ...
week,In compliance wltb arequest.raceived
) for.II .
come when the warning from one years by city authori- semble at the Chamber of Commerce ,
,of these Intercepter will Resident 'ot':Homesteal .Cln '
pow aavethe
FOR
save.gasiodl.tlreslend. ties from the. department of com- : prior to the drill Sunday.A SALE
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live of hundred of noncom' time by merce. drill sergeant from 'th*'Miami
batant men, women and childrenin staying overnight at our, quiet,
post will be in chargeNeirro .
southeast Florida cool and comfortable hotel", said Obliteration of'.n' Identifying I 1500 iq. ft. in heart of

Mr. Carpenter "The Patricia marker\within an area, of 150 Goulds on main highway
I I overlook both river and bay and mile Inland from the Atlantic and Is Charged With j
No Climate Perfect, I* only two block from Flagler Pacific coasts has been requestedby Second Degree Murder see
Scientist Tells Lions street-Just a block north of the the. army In order to forestallany I

- Southeast Second avenue bridge" opportunity' for enemy aircraft A coroner1 Jury in the court of i IRVING moms CO.
Florida has ; ;magnificent climate The special South Dade rates to orientate themselves, the Justice of the Peace Sid L.Ken-j
but it I* not perfect, laid at the Patricia are $US, single letter from the commerce depart- drlck Tuesday night held Johnnie SUl Mala Highway,
Dr,W. Gorczynskl. Polish scientist or $2.00, double, Mr. Carpentersaid. ment pointed out Lee Laster, colored, on a charge I i coconut Grow rbene 4.-M71
Of the University of MIami In of second degree murder for the I]
commenting on the best climate L. L Chandler NamedTo will be held at the chapel in Pal fatal stabbing of another
On earthbefore the Redland District War Appeals Board i Cemetery at Naranja ate p -1 I 1a I I nel1'O'l
Lion Club Tuesday night No Saturday for the purpose of electIng All CONDITIONED
Climate It, perfect, he >ald. Luther L. board of director and transacting on ta scare IN Announcement
Chandler of Goulds ANMM* I to ( r. MCklUfM. .
Dr. QorczyniU has spent 40 and ten Mlamlans wen named any other business that Ik AMn. Sta. N ta
S. SPICKARD
R.
DR.
studying climatic before I a..dna, rtaa HIM r M.an I
yean. condition! Tuesday to the board of governor may come the meeting, according aaat-I.e ftm *u
and solar radiation In variousparts to an announcement sent
for the Greater Miami War Appeal and
of the world and 'wai al Board I of by W. B Caves, Sr. secretary Venetian Skating Rink
member of the Polish Meteorolog Designed to regulate war relief of the association ITM L W Silk awl sass I DR. C. C. RAYare

ical Service In Warts for many, appeals In.this area. the board will
yean. A delegate to the International Dew aaseclated wits
hare a* one of its tint duties the
Union Geophysics conference determining. of quotas which YOU CAN BUY GOVERNMENT
held
Washington I laW9 DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
I head of national .
appeal organlza.tlon
he intended to remain I in the
BONDS AND STAMPSBy
United State for a few month to: might assign to the .Miami
area The board will also determine
".,.but observe because the climate of California' ", the. .times. of, various relief selling your old cars, scrap iron, metals, tires,
of the war he did not! I Offlee H.*jft 0 .. SB. te5p.t.
". return. He I 11 the author of many drives tapping in order to prevent over- tubes, sacks and rags. By so doing you are help. seadaya: 3 to 11

scientific book and papen on climate ing your government in both money and materiaL.
closed Saturdays
and solar radiation .t'
present i* preparing ., Cemetery Assn. Elects WOLFE AUTO WRECKING
'(If. the climate of south I Directors TomorrowThe n4 w. w. srra' BT. !MIAMI
Jut Off Krem A ve. Directly West of Seminole Trading Pest
'with world,that of other part temper-1 annual meeting of the P. O. Box 1326, Homestead Fla. raoxi t2inDON'T

South Dade
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Yuma, Aril. has the distinction of
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Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, June 5.1942
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HOMESTEAD LEADER !,, Our (Great America &V*= Children in Court 1 I 't i

AND ENTERPRISE: : By Judge Malcolm tUtfleld "i
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UN .ABCBMPiwWM.... I PKOSECtTOR AND! SHEllEr ,
.AMOKII UACH AKXI: | AT FAULT
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An entire neighborhood wentto

fH.*f ..... Via, a mother's aid when she sought
Ir Hw south. Loose ral"Le.XNUMIUrnott CMVU* to have her wanton son returnedto
t'FAoLI
tATiab : her.
Dttt OMIT . luesOraM OP This mother had been deserted!
.< lIMo C___i LIe b ten years previously by her bus .
.. ...we .t..e wan ..cave a tus
1tt. .' son r ) band but the authorities Informed'
::1.m /keel.. =" .0 :: ,:; I ?JrLe08 g her that they could not afford to

Spend the public funds to local
JUm. Therefore, toe: woman war J|

McVicar/f*'of) a SaturdayBy I forced to seek employment In e ,
factory to support her three chil
Annie Ma,hew Fitzpatrick .t. dren. '
I like a little country store t.j Since her work kept her away| '
Where loungers loiter round the j from home every week day from tt
door, 1 o'clock In the morning till I J
The shelves well stocked to meet o'clock In the evening, she could 4
all need not exert proper supervision over'i
From groceries to flower seed ZA.jil her children. Consequently, her /;
A shiney tub for ornament, son became implicated in a caseIn
Soft drink for those on pleasure which he and three boys were .
bent. charged with "joy riding"' In A
The imell of feed .and cheese endloap borrowed automobile.
After the son had been returned
I law lome medicines and rope.A to his mother's custody; the judge
little girl with painted lips remarked "I have observed that
Nail polish at her finger tlp. I sheriff and a prosecutor will
Off to the len they keep the mail spend hundreds of dollars to catch
Eniconed behind barrier fraiL a thief but they condone wife and;
Tin radio makes iteady blare I child desertion. It your husband '
The storekeeper with snowy hair, had been returned and forced to-
Mikes out receipts ao folks can do his duty, his ion would not
Vote.I ?(SERE ARE MMIF um have been In court today. With

notice buyers have to tote 5IX MILLION this sort of thing happening every
Their own bag out Curb ,,!,\. day I am heartily! In favor
Ice? No.Painstaking. BOOKS of all floaters being required to
t service, kindly, alow. present a clean bill of health from
With time for friendly quip and IX TUB IIWARV or coMfferssIT their home town sheriff or'chief
I Joke. THREE noons pert SOCK of police before they are per.
"HI, Mrs. Lawrence, have a koke". E/6"#0PM A W. -NI INTI" (AND AIiIA OF GHRAUwy NIT mitted to settle and find work In
I WOULD TAKE ONE MAW OVER LI'55 THAN ONE'FrlJIlTH, AS LAACiEi
"And Carrie, now, about that 6000 EARS A4 _N9 6' A('Res era=' a new locality. There is little
I ham. I'ORIlST 000,000j..... r doubt that thousands of such deserters
I 70 RMD M
I have It for you and I am I who were evading their
1 t Quite sure these hams are Just as, responsibility today would soon
nice. I I be located it they were required
This Is the last week at that I pose It Under such regime the .. to report their various residences
price." il Jugoslavia government reports during the past fifteen yean to a '
And Carrie wild "Right after work I that more than 443,000 Serbs have OUR BOYS IN SERVICE central bureau."
I'll call for It*. I'd like to lurk been slain. That one fact alone Is
About that little country store I|I sufficient rounds for bringing -- 200 LOCAL
MENContinued
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And get to know those home folks I I down upon the Axis powers the
more. I condemnation of the civilized I ( from Page One)
world-If such a thing yet *.- Clarence Bell Air Corps l1\las5 Enlistments Will .r

..R mains. Gunnery School Student I Mark Pearl Harbor Date all-year-round use for its big ;;
CURRENT . ditchers, dredges, graders alld'

f: A South American woman Jour Las Vegas, Nev., June 4-A I Florida Is In the; midst of .I bulldozers which the company eequlred '1

COMMENTBy inalist, with official connections Homestead, Fla., soldier li now nation-wide navy .recruiting campaign to create ant maintain tin '
1 says that they arc thoroughly! disgusted I(I canals and roads in Its water-ton .
taking the course at the air this
AGNEW WELSH corps week so planned as to
with our "good will mis trolled farming area. All this .
gunnery school here. He la Pvt
close with coast-to-coast demonstration
R II sions' to them but they Just adore Clarence E. Bell, who la the son a equipment except for machinery '
I4lt.r1 Meter II,. W.M inlM I next Sunday afternoon
.MMW.M M hisO.wwwM" wbah our comic strips and study Ameri- of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell of' which will produce rock for the) :
tkr b* to aepww.at or at *.. with.i big M"'l-A.= :.:'.sera Mm.Mth N.''K 'I I I i' eAt Redland High School II the Japanese attack on Pearl Boca Raton f

Mill siren, ..... Fit. j j, the Florida state legion con* Prior to Induction In the United Harbor. The clearing and road making '
The Florida Grower makes the vention they voted unanimously! States army Oct. 8. 1 41. at Camp Under the program every contract of the Boca Raton project .
navy
statement that for an emer.enCfI I to regard present service men as Branding, Pvt. Bell was a car- must be completed within 41
dressing for wounds, nothing III eligible for membership In the penter. recruiting station In the country days and army officials are strainIng I
better than honey a* no germs legion --- will stage mass enlistments at the every point possible to haw

can live in It; It 1 Ia also recom- e Dukes West, son of Mr. and Mrs.O. precise moment the first bomb the contractors shorten the time
mended for old sores. The bee Is We have become extravagantand A. West has been promoted to fell on American lOlL Naval officers to JO days .I
our most useful Insect and the wasteful In merchandising. technical sergeant In the medical I will give the navy oath of James Sottlle, Jr. field managerfor
only domesticated ene. Its product In unwrapping a five-cent cake department at MacDill Field. South Dade Firms Inc, 1 U \a
allegiance of these Impressive
as part '
Is the oldest and best of the of hand soap a customer first took charge of the company's project
sweets for about 73 per cent of It' off the cellophane cover, next the ceremonies.In St Boca Raton. Moving there also
Paul Cox
goes into the bloodstream as predigested *I' fancy wrapper and lastly a light Redland, has, son been of promoted Chu. Cox from of Florida the navy recruiting was J. W. Collins, the firm's of-
tood. cardboard protection Maybewe stations are located at Jackson flee manager. Rudolph Oossme
to
sergeant staff
sergeant at Pen.
'I will be obliged to return to having Is time keeper.
I I dleton. Ore., where he la stationed. Petersburg More than $10,000,000 has been '
To unobserving people all tree the naked cake handed to us *
bark look: alike but a lexicon I I wrapped In a newspaper and it lahassee and each of these Florida appropriated for construction of .
shows 32 different forms they take would beat "no soap" at that Corporal Is the rating Eldred cities will be privileged to partake the Boca Raton air base. When
on American tree e e e DeWeese has Just received In the In this great coast-to-coast completed and In operation It win

e A new type of aeatlghter has marine corps. He Is now stationed commemoration.The be comparable In magnitude Md .'
been at San Diego.AmtOAttS. natton-wlde plan was first Importance to Camp Blandlnav 4Is
The war production board has developed, the Q-boat They
ordered a :30 per cent decrease In are small fishing craft fitted with announced late Saturday afternoonby said.
the output of meal from cocoa concealed guns that can quickly be NEWSPAPER Lieut T. J. Needham, Jr.. of
beans from which chocolate I I.Dlllde. I. brought Into action and powerful Editor I Leader and Enterprise: Jacksonville, otflcer-ln-charge for Disapprove* Writing '

It has no relation to coconut enough to penetrate a tub, the U- wish for to express my appreciation navy recruiting Florida. To Unknown Civilians
boats. the weekly paper that Scores of young Floridians can
. you have been sending me. I enJoy prove, he said, how well they remember -'
at very much and look forward pearl Harbor by enlisting MacOill field. Tampa, Julie 4-
Didy'u eVer hear of a karakul The lilt ol sweet potatoes as I I to each and every edition. I ant to serve with America' first line The War Department does not ap
Sounds like some "furrin" substance \ coffee substitute Is being tried oat 'still In the, 15th Coast Artillery of attack. pities correspondence between soldiers

but It is the name of I The boiled potatoes are sliced Into I but at present am stationed In The navy, recruiters have) point and civilians unknown ts
breed of sheep that the promoters "shoestrings', then roasted, ground Camp Pmdleton, Virginia. ed out offers a volunteer unlimited them MacDill Field advised today.
claim areas hardy as goat "pro- and mixed with coffee-about 10.SO I Thanking you again and looking opportunities. Steady employment Vader no circumstances win soyplan

motors" did you sayT Yeah I ratio. forward to the next edition I remain good pay. travel, opportunity to to encourage or promote such
Florida concern Is doing that; I yours sincerely learn a trade, free education systems correspondence be approved. However
claims the lamb wool la so wonderful A woman Journalist expatriated J. Co Mt1I..UNs". free medical and dental attention kindly the motive betriaft
for use a* fur that the pelt from France and resuming her Battery E, 13th C. A. ,'good wholesome food, athletics them may be the department believe
Ire worth WO and they win pay work In this country, says the Camp Peadleton, Va.t free amusementsallhandinhand go such plans sire liable lie
J that for the lamb for breeding French people call Hitler "the lit- I with a program abuse by unscrupulous persona

purpose. Sheep are the finest of tie black devil". She affirms that ;tar 40.'; cheese, 6.3; Into evaporated which has for Its main purpose
the live stock but Td fight mighty Franc will live again as a whole i milk, 4.2; Into Ice cream, today-the crushing of the Axis. Had the Cover On m
shy of any promoting scheme like and free nation when It throws .41; sundry met, 3.3 per centA Ages for enlistment range between '"1 take off my hat to people 3'
that out the men Hitler Imposed upon e IT and 50. One) can enlist olio can eat oysters. I tried them t
e e It but Hitler will get the French I cabinet Ihak_. Is predicted for I full term of six yean, or he for dinner last night and one was }.
Tim was when war's cruelties' fleet first for Spain by C<<'t.elft1III1Itar), may for the duration of tar Umlt" '
a :
e r.up '
and totalities were limited to those monarchist and conservative elements the "What.. the matter? Weren't i
of battle Under Germany's new A survey shows that the national They spend lots of their Local applicants are urged to see they fresh What did they look ',
order of affairs It.eUeo weak milk production goes to the tine fomenting trouble. It Is also a navy recruiter' Immediately If I like when you opened the ahellsT t
neighboring countries and execute I following lUll: at a fluid (for hinted that them Is a secret den -j I they wish to take an active part "Oh, do you have to open them!".
tkoee d th* .opIe tore driahiM, **.>,.4U per cent; bet si to swing away Iran HMetv i.ire e.rer.aiw .....,.. tUHatrated Weekly ol Indiai' "



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: June 5, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE PAPA Five i



.p. Class Day Program of Redland High School Graduates :: I I'i




i way, here conies one of my patients \ I
Class of 1942 Reassembles in 1952 now, I Last Will and TestamentWe
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(Enter Eaton Anderson, John
,,1\ (Signs are put out Applause-Loper, Jewel Hodge, and Alice Chambers, Blair Hlckson Eva the members of the graduation *I I my ability to get good mathemaU
\ quiet. H. A. comes out on stage.) I Wysong.) i, Rosborouih, Helen Pope.) I dm of the Redland High lie grade to Walter Rutike.
} H. A.: Ladle and gentlemenand Ad Lib.: What was that? Anyone Eaton: : Yea, that wa a terriblesea School, being of sound mind and I I, Sophia Borgardt, do bequeath
i what you haven't got In your I hurt? battle we were in but we certainly I balanced Judgment, do hereby! my ability to keep a secret to
gas tank We bad Intended to Jewel: I'm a nun, can I be of gave those t Saps the work make, execute, publish and declare : Ruth Ooenel May She torn day
"i welcome you but our welcome U any help? That fighter plan and I cam to : toll our bit win and testament -:I learn.
being rationed.7(Laugh.) Wo-will f 118' Jeesr Are"yell ft-gursse', be'. good friend. ., and do pereby revolt ill t, Nellie Cash do bequeath my
not say that hope you will enjoy I LoW: l'fOi I'm oa--wattree at the Blair: We-'certalnly gar the will made heretofore by Individual *1 ability to keep oil the good aide
our program because we know M and M Cafeteria In Miami CeYmani a time oa the Atlantic, members ,of the claM or by I''fof Ms Davis to Richard Hichsoa.
that you are thinking of the gas Annie: And I'm a secretary. And, too. I received my- commission a* the clan as a body, and we do I I, John Chambers do bequeath
and tires you wasted coming out(! boy, you ought to see my boas! admiral after my division of the hereby revoke my promise made I my tail fish stories to Jack Campbell
here. (No booing.) We hope the! Alice: rYe taken a first aid fleet had bottled up. 2S German by Individual members that might I May the biggest CIne never
curtain will open (due to prioritieswe course and I'm now a nune.' aid. vessel la the English Channel conflict with the clauses of this get away
have no rope), because we, (Off stage Wilbur Peeples, Ray- Blair (to Helen): Helen, that document. We do, hereby declare I, Jeanette Cox, do bequeath my
hope to give you a glimpse of mond Lee, Louise Ross, Rosalyir, coffee of yours surely la an im- this to be our last will and ability to play I comet to Betty
things which have been those,Powell, Mildred Reams, Marjorie proved brand. Do you like South testament on this 211tb day of May Stlllman. May the never strike
10 many disturbance for the Fogle, and Walter NcYlcker.) America? I 1942 A. D., and the one hundred' tour note,
12 In ease of an air raid Helen: Yes I've installed and sixty tint of the Independence I
yean. Raymond: Forward! March: a scientifically -, year : Mary Crauswell do bequeathmy
the door to the right leads to a (All come in marching), improved process of of the United States of quietness to Ruth Hiner.
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1 shelter. (Curtain.) Raymond: Fall out! grinding coffee. How are the America. I, Doris Cross, do bequeath my
i' (Curtain partly opens In midI Walter: Whew! I thought those I marines, John First: To all good friend and I'r ability to get my husband beforeI
I die and closes gain. Then both English: generals were strict but I John: Well, I did my bit and I relatives gathered witness this graduate to Jane Thompson.
/. curtains go to one aide Then' they don't hold a candle to General left them in Madagascar. By the celebration we bequeath our best 1 I I, Mary Lois Durrett, do bequeath -
they go straight and open on Son Lee. I way, I saw you down there, Eva, wishes and hearty appreciation for i my ability to go with other
/, lor Ctase--eorn* seated and some, (Raymond take a bow). on t transoceanic flight 1 I what you have done for us In the I! boy and keep on the good aide of
,I. itandlnl.) Marjorie: I noticed you were Eva: W* stopped there to refuel I past You have been patient and I mv steady to Patty Robinson.
t. Jewel: Hey, kids, where H. A.? never fond of marching: either I certainly was glad to see someone kind fit more patient[ and kind I, Jeanne Eb,., do bequeath my
f (Loud tamping and H. A. enters here or over there I I knew for a change. than we deserve, and we hope to, cymbal to Frieda Engle. May
I wiping off forehead.) Walter: All right, Lt. Fogle. No' (Sophia Jeanne, Doris, Philip in tome measure at least, make up she some day make some racket
H. A.: Goodness, those curtains! tales out of school Richard Ball Nathaline Lois to you and our beloved country for I, Marjorie Fogle, do bequeathmy
Say who called me? Mildred: None of you had the I Vrana, Mary Lois, Mary Warden.) whit you have done. We hope knowledge of history to
! Wilbur: Where were you? Tne thrill I did. I received the message Jeanne: We always seem to be that you will not feel ill your efforts Charles Sweeting.I .
meeting is all over. over the wire at London and late.Richard wasted even though we shall Nathaline Griffin, do be-
Louise! Well, you didn't hear relayed It to Rosalyn at Washington Ball: Last but not least never be able to repay you per- queath my ability to get along
! our plans for our class reunion of the signing of the Armistice Nathaline: I hear you were a sonally. We ask that In the future with Miss Sullivan to everybodyleft
since you weren't here. Raymond I Rosalyn: And I mean it was a secretary too, Mary. yean, you will be, ai in the past, behind.I .
,; tell H. A. our plan I thrill! Mary: I took a secretarial course "toO our fault a little blind\ eel Kearney Hennlng, do be-
Raymond: We've decided to Wilbur: Say, Walter, I noticed after graduation and was immediately virtues I very kind". : queath my South American congo
meet the day the Armistice 1s It took you an extra long time to employed In the civil serv Second: To our parents we would to Wilson Poppell
': signed right here in the auditorium recuperate from that injury you ; ice. My that' a zippy dress you bequeath a special expression of; I, Blair Hlckson. do bequeath
. \ got over Berlin. I was scared that ,have on, Lois. gratitude. You have been morethan my excessive height to Webster
f H. A.: That' O. K. by me, kid. time, too. But not for long, when Lois: I design my own clothe kind, you have had foresight Williams. May he some day grow
p Everyone: We'll be there! (Ad I found out they had put you out now in my spare time. But my love, and determination combined up.I
lib) of action. I thought I'd be your job as a designer for Vogue does with your patlnce and kindness Jack Hllson. do bequeath my
1 (Curtain.) co-pilot all the rest of my life not leave me much leisure time. and you have made our happy baseball ability to Willard Thomp.
t (Father Time goes around the but after that wild trip back to Sophia: Jeanne, have you ..... school days possible son. '
i front of curtain with '42 on him. Wale I was given a commission tied down to a quiet home life yet Third: To the teachers who have : I, Jewell Hodge, do bequeath
v Then new year '46 comes in and I Louise: Oh I was In Wales, too, or are you still working for Pan directed our studies I and enduredour I my ability to write editorial for ''*
goes out. Then 80 comes and Raymond: What were you doing American shortcomings throughout the I the school paper to Virginia Sa... .
goes out '!Then'S3 comes In. All I there, Louise? Jeanne: rm still trying to makeup yean we would bequeath heartfelt The pleasure I I. all hen: r
through this we hear Walter Win- Louise: I wa an army nurse my mind. How 1* the singing thanks and appreciation. We know I, Its Jean Irwin, do bequeathmy \
chell giving new flashes behind and I surely! got around. telegram business now, Sophia? that they have labored and ability to be elected the moat :
the screen.) (Buddy,. H. A.. Marie, Jeanette Sophia: I'm not singing them planned that we might measure up talented girl of the senior class to
Winchell: Attention, Mr. and enter.) any more. I'm an Instructor now to certain standards of scholarship, Betty 1'1" -.1
Mn. North America and clippers Buddy: Hello, everyone. In the technique of crooning achievement, and conduct We I, Vernon Jackson do bequeathmy
and ship at sea. Let's go to Everyone: Ad lib. Hello, etc. Speaking of crooning, how many know that we shall appreciatethem ability \o fool the teacher toEd
.press!! Jewel: Hello, Buddy. Bay what times I night do you have to sing more a* years bring us better Underwood. May he succeed
1941.. Wa.hlnKton-Ceneral Mac- have you got there? those twins of yours to deep judgment a* well as struggles and i better than t.
Arthur plan great offensive to- Budy: I won the Distinguished Donor Joy. I, Rlcharl Jensen, do bequeath
ward Toklo. Congressmen want Flying Croat for my service In the Doris: Oh, they are both readyto Fourth: To the junior clan we my reckless driving to Charles
another raise in pay. Tiger Squadron. tart klndergarden next year.It bequeath the old, old, course of Chamber May he keep out of
1948, Flaah-(London-Yank* approaching Marjorie: Well, Jeanette, did seems no time line I wa Study that we have completed.The all scrtpes.
Berlin for the tint time you ever get that job you wanted? graduating. Philip I I. it true that same classrooms may be I, Annie Ruth Lee, do bequeathmy
since 1911. Pardon me, folk, a Jeanette: Oh, I should say. I'm you were in the Tiger Squadron their, the tame seats, and they ability to skip school and getaway
flash just came In. ,' the pianist in Bell' Symphonic and Wire mad an ace? may use the Same textbook We with It to Jack Marshall.
Madison Square Garden-Th* Orchestra. I Philip: That' right. I shot also bequeath countless tests and May he never get caught In the
heavyweight champlonahlp has Annie: What have you been do- down 10 Jap planes-the extra five examination throughout the coming future.
been wrested from Joe Louis in Ing, Marie? I Just for luck. Did you may you year. May their strength never I, Raymond Lee, do bequeathmy
the first round by Superman Marie: I'm the head Interior were with the Atlantic Coast LineR waver, the examinations we naturally curly hair to r. O.
(Laugh.) decorator of Macy's departmentstore R. now Richard? I.I.I mesa Steven May be never have to
18JO Port Darwin, Australia- in New York. And it'* real- I Richard: Yep, rove been an engineer J'1tOWe: bequeath Individuallyto get another permanent
Tokyo In flame Hundred dead Interesting.. What task are you I with that line now for even .1 other student In high school I, Kathryn Levy, 'do bequeathmy
and many wounded by Americanair now performing, H. A.? year Twenty or thirty yean Our respective trait and abilities: ability to win the heart of
raid. Hirohito commit hart,I H. A.: I'm president of the 'from now I can retire with a pen. I, H. A. Ames, do bequeath my Key West boy to Susan Pope,
karl. Fu Manchu. Jr. take com-'(Southern Division of Texaco deal- '..101'1.I speed on the .basketball court to I, Ballard Lawn., do bequeath
mand. Berlin Germany receives 'ers. I had a pretty hard time during I Mary Lois: Well, rye been doIng ,UlrIc Vehlin.I my bashfulness to Adolph Lopet.
wont bombing since the war bas the war but I'm O. K. now. work for the government but I Eaton: Anderson, do bequeath I, Carl Llndgren, do bequeath
begun Hitler jilted by lover, (Kearney, Ballard, Merle, Lela, now that the war I* over. I guess my ability to deep through all I my ability to go with the under
Anita Mussolini. She Is hunted by Gertrude enter.) I'll retie for a rest seven classes and keep my average Clasamen to Francis PTother
the Gestapo. H. A. (Slap Ballard on back): (Enter Mary Cnuswell. Nellie, above 70 to Frank OrtflcU I, Loll Loper do bequeath my
1012. Washington-Tbkro and Wall, old boy, What hare you been Kathryn and Vernon.) I. 1..1. Roll do bequeath __ ability to keep quiet. about ray _.
Berlin Invaded and left In ruin doing?! Raymond: Say, Nellie. are you rtntl Bill DuMond.; mane m-I&-t\ AIM
London-Hitler has been assasslBated Ballard: I'm president of the sail Dr. Nolan'i assistant? I'h ,. he some day stop growing.I Weekly May aha always kea
by Anita Mussolini. WashIngton H. B. P. of C A. Inc. Nellie: Yes, I'm still working Richard Ball do bequeath my military secret.
-Armistice Is signed H. A.: What In the world I* that there I'll be able to g. out on ]' to lose my girt to some oat L Merle Lott do bequeath aver
(Much cheering U heard off You really have succeeded my own soon Mart, art you still !else an every beach party to Frank ability to pick out my better hK
Ita,.. Curtain. Aa it opens Jack haven't you? a* quiet u ever? Panna. before graduation to Phariba O..
Is looking around stage. Ha Jean Ballard: Yep Hobo ProtectionOf Mary: No, I've gotten out of I, Marl elliot, do) bequeath toe. May she. some day settle
Irwin I* following him.>)> Clothing Association Incorporated that. I cant afford to be quiet down.
Jack:' Say, thla I* a suspicious now that I'm secretary to the gov Redland. Mould you like to I. Walter M.Vkker, do bequeathmy
looking thing. Wonder what it la? Marie: Say, Merle, what have ernor. It? rough way and loud talk toForest
(Pick tip dynamite and light you and Lets been doing? Kathryn: Governor who, Mary? Everyone Yea read It I Burk.
:
it H* then throw It out the door. Merle: We are co-reporters on .Mary: Governor Smith, my hue (Buddy read, history.) hMt'I' I, Gertrude Odom. 4* bequeathmy
Loud explosion I* ...rd. Jack: the New York Time and. Kathryn what have you succeeded H. A.: Ah, what day! ability to love my man to the

look out) Lots: We were foreign! correspondente In doing Wilbur That_____ makes me. ._._ navy to all other who ar* Wt
Jack: Wonder what happened la Kathryn: I have a full-time job no behind.
Darwin during the bear our Old clan
again
poem
grammar. school war, now. I've just arrived In the Mow about reading!, J..I'J..I I. Wilbur Poplar, do bequeath.
diehard Jensen enters.) United States from accompanyingmy my privilege to roam about during
Jeanette: Have you goo back to : O. K.
Richard :: husband on a secret mission I classes to Walter Kufeldt May
: Say, wile did what
the South Sea bland yet, Kearney (Jewel reads poem.\ )
with my dynamiter for the government Vernon I've Louise he never gel caught without .
? : Well, we've heard errythlng
been reading all about on the I *.
you PU
lla Jean: So that I* What that Kearney No. I just got back I now except the will Why
'
port
was, and we thought It was a can from Africa. Tve been telling hot page. not have It read? 1 Helen Pop do bequeath my I
Vernon: I hope it'* all good. I ability to 901 I
dle./'ehlef. water bottle to the Pygmle Merit: Ye, Lela had copy of get without handing -
Jack: Check that certainly do enjoy my work as tt. She'll read It. in my work on time to Ken
what
en Say,
Lei: The last time I heard from
for
Boston
pitcher the Rd Bob neta Grew.
Ul
were you doing with dynamite? ( read win.)
you, you were atm in curie'straining Remember when I used to pitch for I,
ru Jean: Ai a fitting close for Rosalyn Powell clot bequeath
Richard: Oh, I'm an engineer at Norfolk Gertrude.
Redland In 1942? those
working new Boy. our reunion let's en ring our class my black hah to Martha Jamury.May .
on a constroctUn Gertrude Yes I were the days
: finally completed song. she lUrer use peroxide.
.... '.project''AIla4sr.Amato over at Cutler. my, training and became a Buddy: Hey, kid, fv got a I (AH tin* claw toot. Curtain I. Mildred Ream, do bequeath i;
ns Ruth,1 Let; Lois Uutenanflai the navy. By 'th* copy of our twelve years at old tlsoea, opens (lose*.) (Ceoutmstf 01 pap Six)

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Six HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, June 5, 1942 .





I I U . . Social Events in South Dade . . .



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I gigg:MISS ELIZABETH PERLE SKILL MARRIES MISS BETTY BLAKE AND ARTHUR TRACY I
The Calendar
ROBERT GENTNER OF WASHINGTON, D. C. I ARE WED IN KAPPA. KAPPA GAMMA HOUSE

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; Mix Elizabeth Perl* Skill, only Mr*. Skill WM gowned In blue June 5-Covered: dish luncheon I The marriage of Miss Mary: family heirloom.

daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Frank shadow sheer with white accessories of Episcopal Auxiliary at home of Elizabeth Blake of South Allapat- Th bride' attendants wore
a Lassiter Skill.\ became the bride and a corsage of lavender Mn. M r. Wbite tab Garden to Arthur James pastel-tinted period dresses and
: o( Robert Nlchol Centner of orchid June Redland W. S. C. S. Tracy of Miami took place Friday I carried colonial DOM 7Io Mill '
;Washington Saturday afternoon at A reception followed the man bake sale and rummage sale In old evening at 8.30 o'clock at Kappa Tracy was clad In pink; Miss Dodd,,
4:30 o'clock. rings ceremony. pOet office building. Kappa Gamma sorority house in 'la yellow; and miss Pelgrtm 1 ; la
J The ceremony wa performed Centering the dining table was June -Meeting of Womat'a Coral Cable The marriage serv. blue.
before the fireplace In the living I a large, tiered wedding cake topped Club of Homestead. Ice was read by Dr. W. L. Me-
1 room of the Skill home by the with a miniature bride and bride- June 11-Me ing of Princeton Matter, professor of religion at the At the reception which followed
f Rev. T. A.' Ferguson, pactor of groom On either side of the' Horn Demonstration Club in University of Miami and teacher the wedding guests were greetedat
the door Mn. John S. Owen,
Princeton Methodist by
Church.June .
Homestead MethoUit Church In cake of a coursetaken by both bride
filled
: was a cornucopia with .
II-Social sorority' house mother. and ,by
I meeting of JunIor and bridegroom.
the of hundred friend
gardenia
a Lighted candelabra
pretence
I Mr J. M Hol&" .
Woman' Club at horn "
The fireplace, like the rest of the I stood at the ends. of Mr. Th ling used In the ceremony .
and Mn. "
C A. .
house was beautifullydecorated\ The bride cut the flnt slice of June Lounsbury. was the one used at the marriage A three-tier cakeBanked the '
with gardenia, Easter llliei and the wadding cake. Mr. Olden of 'la-Covered dish supper of' the bride' paternal grandparents lighted taper centered the bride1 >
mauve orchid I r dart eompl.ted."the cutting and w. s. c. s. and the music,' played by table. "o..A.JL.pilke of Tanpa. '

Mn. R. a Fitzpatrick..playedprogram 'Mr*. J. R. Brook and Mn. J. A. Wemaa'i July Annual dance' of Junior Dr. Cart f. Robinson war the aunt ofcjth*"-bride, .Mrt. R.. I.-' ,
of nuptial music before Smith assisted In serving. Mn. Club. tarn a* had been played et'tb. Trotter; Mr*::A. T., Arthur. Mrs. ); .

and during the ceremony at Archer Smith, Jr. presided at the wedding of the bride' parent Paul Haley arid JIll Robtaaan a* r
o well ai' the processional, "Bridal punch bowl which wa surround. aUNECUaoSUU&OJC.UaIAGI I The altar was decorated with listed in serving.:*nd Miss\ Thelma
Chorus" from "Lohengrin' and ed ,with' spreys of blooming : DATE ANNOUNCE palm frond and bouquet of Easter HaH had 'chargrof the guest book1 .-
the recessional Mendelnohn'i paragus fern.' Mr. and Mr*. Fabian Osklerko i Jlllea and'white gladioli with 1 For thveling,the- bride'. woes a .. '

,i wedding march. Her number Included Mrs. W.. E. Rheneybad chargeof of Redland and New-York are an. 'white candlebn OB: either aid*.. black'.nd' wbl'sheer dress :witb- :
: "To a Wild Ron by Mac.Dowell the guest book.. nounclng the approaching marriage Earl: tell ert sang "Ave Maria"I. inOk:hinge ctIIOtlea. .'ind a:gars,. .i .,'
corsage.After .
: "Venetian toy Song" by Bride and bridegroom left at of their daughter Caroline, to and "Because" accompaniment. denla, '
: Kevin, "Little Glimpse of Heaven" once on a honeymoon trip throughthe Ernest A. Bemecker of Redland. by Dr. Robinson." a honeymoon spent la

I by Chopin, "Paplllon" by Schumann state. The wedding will take place at Holding ribbon to form aisle New Rochelle. N. Y. former horn -
I and "Ode to the Evening The bride If a member of a the Oskierko horn on June 7. to the altar were sorority an sisters of the bridegroom.'they will reside.
t, Star" by Liszt. family long prominent In the district of the bride: Miss Mary LouGrassmuck at 230 N. W, ttnd ,IL" .In Miami.The .'
The bride WM given In marriage She was a charter member
AUXILIARY HOLDS Miss Barbara Kent, bride; known to friend a*
by her father. Mn. Ted Olden- of the Homestead Girl Scout LUNCHEON TODAY Miss Thelma Hall, Miss Betty Betty is the only daughter of Mr., .
f' dorf was matron of honor and troop and before her graduation Th Woman' Hatch- Mlo- Oiriitln r.1I"p_. >nAMiss and Mn. D. P. Blake of South
Archer Smith, Jr. was belt man. from Homestead High School wa St John' Episcopal Auxiliary of the Jan Rankin."O Mia Wary Alia pat t ah .Garden end Concord.

I Janice Howard Johnson, mall active In music circles. She has hold a covered dish luncheon Church will Tracy, sister of the bridegroom Ga., and she is a graduate of Red-
t daughter of Mr and Mn. Howard been attending the University of at 1 o'clock at the today was the maid of honor, and Miss: land High School She received
; home of
Johnson, was flower glrL Maryland and I* now taking year Mr*. M. F. White. Mr Caroline Dodd and Miss Lois Pel. a A. B. degree Monday from the
f t The bride clad In whit of clinical work at the Doctor" White
was a and Mn. Henry Johnson grim were the bridesmaid University of Miami where aha
silk shantung atreet-length dress Hospital In Washington, D. C., for will be
the hostess. Sgt Robert Tracy came from wa president Of her sorority. She
With matching long-aleev Jacket which she will receive a medical Fort Banning, Ga., to be his I It also a member of Panhellenic
and small hat of work to technological degree. She I
open brother's best man. The bride was the English Honor Society Md the
which wa attached a ihort yell. scheduled to complete her training MRS. WALKER TO READ given In 'marriage by her father. Y. W. C, A.
At her throat was a strand of In February when she will receivea ANNUAL JULY 4 DANCE:
I She wore a long-trained Ivory Mr. Tracy 1* a ion of Mr. and
pearls' the gift of the bridegroom a S. degree In bacteriology Mrs. T. J. Walker will ..*... ,faille taffeta
gown made with Mrt L. a Tracy of New Rochelle
Her bouquet was mad of from the University of MarylandShe a* general chairman
; corsage Of the annual shirred basque bodice and long, N. Y. He attended Fordham Uni..
; 'white orchid belong to Alpha Delta PI so Fourth of July dance to be pointed, lace-edged sleeve and venlty and wa graduated last
The matron of honor worr a rority. given by the Junior Woman' Club ace-edged sweetheart neck-line.
year from the University of Miami
blue dress, blue accessories and The bridegroom 1 of of Homestead In the
a ton Chamber of Her veil, long like the train, fell where he was president of the
a of The Chas. Gentner of New York Commerce building I
corsage yellow orchids. City. from a coronet of orange blossom senior class and of Lambda Chi
wee flower girl wore a ihort He was graduated from DeWitt I
and she carried a shower bouquetof Alpha fraternity. He 1* now em'played
rock of white organdy. Pink rosebuds Clinton School and the College of SANDRA WEISS GIVEN gardenias and stephanotis chi at Biscayne Chemical Laboratories -
an pink ribbon nerved a* the City of New, York and has -
PARTY ON BIRTHDAY pearl necklace she wore was a Inc, In Miami.
bracelet, hair ornament and belt been employed In the publication Mr*. Walter Weiss gave a party '
and In her pink basket were division of the navy departmentIn Wednesday afternoon in honor of

snowy gardenia ,, Washington. the fifth anniversary of her
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J ,BRIDAL SHOWER FOR MISS LUCILLE WEST daughter Prize winners, Sandra.In contest played -
I r I during the afternoon were Jean ;
HOME OF MRS. D. BARNES
1. : IS GIVEN AT J. Dandy, Rose Marl McClung,
I Elaine Bemecker and Shirley
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Miss Lucille West, brideelectof man, Mrs. Angellnl. Mn. C. Plummer. Birthday cake and Ice .
Lt Wm. Hathaway, wa hon- Barnes. Mn. C O. Robertson, v'l cream were served.
ored at a miscellaneous shower Byrd Hardy, Mrs. Ole I Othen present were: Gladys Jack DIXIE DRUG Howard ..
given Wednesday afternoon at the Mr*. D. E. Bashor. Mr*. D. L. Ann Harris, Janet Cooper Vlvl Pak Joboae*.
borne of Mn. J. D. Dames by Mr*. en, Mn. Roberts, Mn. L. L, i Viccello, Bally Wright Suzanne
!leas. M aid till
Barnes, Mn T. T. Bowen and Mill Chandler, Mia Eleanor Sullivan, Kendall Lou Ann Ivey, Barb.ra'Fitzpatrick
Elizabeth Mcltwain. Miss Jaunlta Talbott and Miss Tallulah Ann Webb,

In the dining 'room red, white Sudl Mcllwaln. : and Betty and Nancy Plummer. Cut the whole family' living cotts during this R.alDru\ Store ,
and blue streamers hung from the, J
Family Budget Sale. There are value for ."eryOllllM't at these
I After
chandelier and on the table a wee DOtCAS CLASS MEETS the business meeting a social :
bride and bridegroom were surrounded -I WITH MM. T. E. KUBTMr hour was held. prices they won't last leng. Check this ad. -now. Be. hen early. ,

by toy soldiers, tank, *. T. E. Kirby entertainedthe Present wen: Mr.'C T. Harper, And navel Positively no sales to orslen. :
truck and gun Gift lined the I Dorcas Class of the Flnt Baptist Mrs. E. L. Lawrence Mn. Julia
outer edge of the table. Church at her home May 28.RH.J5.WILL Polk, Mn. Maggie-Dawkln, Mn ,
A. D. Smith and r... Klrby.
served
Punch was by Margaret AD11I Nf
Barnes who wore a long white
dress and a r4 white and blue .


:. ash.Mrs. A. D. Smith directed contest (Continued From Page Five) Discover the economy riense today, See

t *' which were won by Mr*. my ability to get along with all my how Adrienne given you, the value Yoe often
Sarah Grotto and Mn. W. a teachers to Frank Panno. -t7 pay more for. Yet Adrienne, Beauty Nseds are
I. Ream do bequeath finest quality-barmomsed to bring put our
Cave Philip fullest
r beauty and charm, 1 1E.4
t The other gueata were' Mr*. my abilityo skip school and get

Tom Chapman, Mr*. C. H. Collier, caught to Rosemary Burk.
Mr*. Gordon tvey, Mr*.'J. F. Cash' I. Eva Rosborough do bequeathmy :> j

Mr*. P. S. Staplctori, Mrs. Frank: Inductriousnes to Karl Greer.
Mcllwaln. Mn. S. 'U West. Mr*, L Louis Rots, bequeath my ) .dMuw said 1
d..A.'West Mrs,Vera, Summerlin.Mn. ability-'to ,lead .th..l\ior classastray. site Utk.ifcat.auiM wklte.awttilMk. , .. J
F. a Mock. Mrs. OIL Tid- to Avis Bittinx, the )mt.like amFhltkyglase ...
beaterles method . Cool
,
1
wU Mr.. ''Xmest Sherard Mr I., Lot* .Vrana,,da bequeath rat) ante, comfortable! . .-.CInMp ,: -
':3. R. Rutland Mr*. J. J;: CoM, ability to. keep my, halt beautl- . I ]I ,back, U4.ee **&.*.. W*. 'l' f
-atakea'i.. .. .
Mr*.' Alvin Campbell.. Mrs' Pat fally curled-to-Ruth HIner. Ask for ayetUasiy.white '
JTusa,',Mn. Frank G. Hathaway, t., alary Warden, do bequeath Paw abeasv i>t t) aettt*.t*.,. :. r. .
.Mr, t. C. Smith; Mr W. H. my von of the marine( hymn to I ....,... ... Man. "' .

Owen;, Mr t, M."Terhrt, Mr ,JoruU Lee. -.Andrews.I ThermiqueSALON ;WH.t. 'S.HO! .. .
i A L. Hemming.. Mr*. Labon ,. Alice Wyaong. 'do bequeath > Ye'CLEANER
"z Bishop, Mr*. M 3. Jacobean.;: Mrt my ability to jo steady with one 40010rwr..t '' and.POYlSH:25Ice C'.: : '
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: I ,XIX SmIth.Jdn... Eart Cravey boy, for over, acar to Vemlc w_' I \_
Mn. Freak Webb, .}(n. Brown Goolsby. .
", Phillips. Mr*. Gilbert Somer Mr W*. the class aa, a whole, :do AL IMPS BeAUTY' '
A. L. Lanier; Mr*. J. .. Done bequeath ton dollar 'of 'our re- Cream Made Fresh) DO'yIn: .Out';J a

-II' Mr*. William McMlchaeL Mn. J. ceipta from our senior play to the
". '1'. 'ebMPaul, Reynolds. library and all the remainder to- t-l I as.tr... ....is ,
: Own.
StorePaR'e .
a'. 'La 0......... -' ? ; 11:
Uses,, Y.. Suet:. Mr*. Howard ward.beautifying the high' school

| ,*. Waldron, Mr** patio.. ;. . rke ... .
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June HOMESTEAD LEADER :AND ENTERPRISE
Friday, 6,1942 ___ __ __ Page Seven




I I (Continued RED from CROSS Page On) CLASSIFIED ADS I IFOR

))1
r Social EventsMISS I|and director of sewing since the

I'first of January, will take charge RATE: first Insertion 101 a line; subsequent Insertion

of the unit this summer while I IMI'I. (* a Hoe

Tlbblts it away on her va- 't


GENEVA VANN WEDS HERMAN BYARS 'j I cation.Mn. Herbert Katz will serve RENT LOANS
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ON DAY FOLLOWING HER GRADUATION M buyer this summer during the 'PARTLY furnished house In Florida -, HOLDING

I absence of Mn. Chu. T. Harper i City; running hot and cold RESTRICTIONS

Miss Geneva Vann, daughter of Moser and Mn. Booth. I who since Feb. X hat been In I water; fruit trees; nice :yan ., Government Building Order will
charge of this phase of the work. I Apply Homestead Leader, Phone permit the following:
Mr. and Mn. I.C. Vann of Homestead : The bride was born In Homestead The Homestead unit, unlike other 2. (a24tf) BUSINESS or COMMERCIAL

and Herman Louis Byan, and was graduated from :: In the county, has paid for all BUILDINGS costing $5,000 or

son of Mr. and Mn. E. C. Byan Homestead High School Tuesday' thread, tape, buttons, quilt linings FOR SALE 1....
evening. In the "who's who" of
and other
accessories used.
of Redland, wIre united in a simple the class she was rated u the'I Other assistants this summer PICK-UP, Fordton, plow, disc, FARM BUILDINGS, routing $1,000
less.RESIDENTIAL.
but beautiful marriage service ; "prettiest girl* and "the cutest : will be Mn. Ray Ward, Mn. E.! drag harrow. Cole planters, or -Additions or new

Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'- IirLw'I I M. Andersen, Mrs. R. E. Edwards, small planter, sprayer, duster, construction costing lees than

clock in the pastorium of the First: The bridegroom was born in Mn. S. A. King, Mn. V. M. Grtn- other tools. Chas. J. Fay, 118 $300. .

Baptist Church of Homestead by I Miami but attended Redland nell and Mn. Chas. W, Camp Fifth street. (Jun12) REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE of

I school. He Is a farmer and has who will stay in the sewing head all of buildings is
-
the pastor Dr. J. E. Johnstone. 24-INCH DISC Saw latest type, types encouraged
charge of a vegetable truck. quarters and Mrs. Frank W. Still.
Mn. Mable McComb of Redland removable teeth. Also mandrill, by Government no
and Albert Booth of Miami were I When they return from a honey man and Mn. Margaret Harrold $35; concrete mixer,'$20. Bauerdr. price limit Is placed on coaof

the attendants.The moon trip through the state they I who will direct the knltUn,. Mrs. and Country Club rd. Phone work done. The design though

bride wore a princess style will live at 418 N. W. Ninth ave Rives will continue as treaiurer. 24J-W. (my22-JeJ) should not be changed by repair.

dress of white sheer with matching nue.The I The unit is grateful to the mem- ABC LOANS are still available for

accessories and. a corsage of bride was honored at a prenuptial ben of all the churches and clubsIn GRAPEFRUIT, papayas and East the above types ol Improvements -

white bride's roses. Mn. McCombwore linen shower given May the vicinity who have given er lilies, also small loquat and to be repaid In monthly

a green dress with white 26 by. Miss Mable Ruth Pope and generously of their time, Says Mrs. mango trees. Mr*. N. O. Ball, payments of:

accessories. Miss Miry Jo Close at the home I TIbhIU: and it Is grateful also to 13 N. E. 8th St. (myStf) $ 100 for 12 mo.0$8.77

Those who witnessed the wed of Miss Pope.Fourteen ,Mn. W. D. Home who gave the 200 for 12 mo 0 1T.S4
. 'unit Its first quarters and to the GROWERS OF LILIES, we Ilk 1,000 for 38 mo. 0 31M
ding were: Mr. and Mrs. Vann,|| classmates of the bride
to offer us lily bulbs.
Redland Citrus Growers Association you your 2,500 for 80 mo. 9 14.18
Mr. and Mn. Byan, Mn. Ivan were guests.W. Kromhout Flower
. which since the first few Co., Vero N. Down Payment
weeks has provided for the unit Beach, Fla. (My 15-Je 12) Ne Red Tape
TWO GIRLS AWARDED S. C S. TO REDECORATE
a. rent-free home. Come In and see us for additional
CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS SUNDAY SCHOOL ROOMS FOR lasting beauty, plant calamondm.

Miss Vara Rheney will leave The work of redecorating, paintIng Full line of citrus tree information or Phone 62, Home

Monday for Avon Park where she and cleaning the Sunday schoolrooms MASS MEETING Roberts Nurseries, Epmore dr, ttead.

will attend Camp St. Mark for two of Homestead Methodist Homestead. (pmIS: ) Brooker Lumber Co.

weeks. She was awarded the Church will I be started Wednesday (Continued from Page One) 400 LIME 9
TREES months old,
scholarship by the Woman's Auxiliary afternoon and evening, the W S. I the Office of Defense Transportation sacrifice price, SIc each. Cleo- WANTED

of the St. John's Episcopal C. S. decided at held state.Mr. .
a meeting
I patra root stock-superior to ,TO CARE for house for rent or
Church. Tuesday in the church. The work Canon pointed out that a
rough lemon for disease and rent house at summer rates.
Inazell Roman, winner of the will be begun after lunch by truck leaving Homestead for Miami drouth .
resistance. Buyers remove Must have garage. 3 In family.
junior scholarship given by the bers and their husbands, or vice versa, must take a trees. Geo. H. FltzplltI Inquire Box A-144, Ustdpr-En.

auxiliary, will attend Camp St. covered dish supper will be .mem.j full load to that city and bring rick Naranja rd. (a24tf) terprlse. (pmy29
Mary at Avon Park from June 22 in the evening. Mn. Dan at least a 71 per cent load on the I

till July toWIESER liams Is general chairman.The back-haul. The same 1s true, of 3-ACRE lime grove, 2 miles from WANTED to buy for cash--small

Belle Bennett Circle was 'course, on hauls from Homesteadto bank bldg. Can be bought on power mower (not lawn mower)

ROAST AND DANCE declared winner In an attendanceand more distant points, and it Is terms. Mrs. It. A. Berger, either Gravelyn or Jari. Call

PLANNED FOR JUNIOR CLUB proficiency contest ;which has seldom possible to make a back- Krome ave. and 10th street. Mondays or Tuesdays or write

:A wiener roast and dance will lasted for several months, and this I haul with loads of 75 per cent I (m27tf) Bob Felton, Box 436 Tennessee)

be held by the Junior Woman's circle will be honored at a covered capacity. I FOR SALE I rd. near Halnlln dr. (my22-29)
Tropical dt-
.
plants '
Club of Homestead on June dish supper Tuesday June It. !: Counter proposals to effect the t. t
rus tree and tropical fruit ic :
WANTED Will
a exchangemy
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. 15'1 The society decided to serve refreshments -I ODT objectives without demoralizing season. Jungle Grove Redlanr' grove.
9-room house 3 1
cottages,
the distributive industry,
to childrenwho attend ,
Lounsbury on Naranja road be- road( and Plummet drive.
Bible which have been drawn up by the store lot 100x130 on 7th sve-,
Coconut Palm and Silver the school which is to be
= drives. Husbands of memben -I held this month. I United Fruit and Vegetable Association NOTICES Miami. Income over $2MO.What
will be guests. Articles on "Co-Operation of include the following: LEGAL have you? J. K. Dam 22. Halcyon -

The hostesses will be Mrs. Geo. the Chinese People with American "First-the distributive Industry Arc., phone 2-2463.

H. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Lourytbury Missionaries" were read by Mrs.I shall undertake a reduction of NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR (my22-Je2)

and Miss Margaret Albright Lloyd Field and Miss Jennie Lob- at least 33 H per cent of Its out-I TAX DEED TUTORING WANTED big
of-town truck delivery mileage, File 35194
I dell.Present school and grade school subject
W. M. U. CIRCLES HOLD were: Mrs. Earl Pacetti, f beginning June I, 1942, and based Notice Is hereby given that Jack
B
Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. ,
MONTHLY MEETINGS Jr., Mrs. E. S. Caplinger, Mrs I on the average miles traveled during -I A. and Lillle A. Rezuta holder as
I II Plummer drive and Country
Circle Five of the W. M. U. of Geo. Ranson, Mrs. J. L. Ballard I the months of April, May and assignee of City of Miami Tax Club road.

the First Baptist Church of Home Mrs. H. L. Brown Mn. J. A. |June, 1941; 1 1I !Certificate Numbered 395S9 dated ,

stead met Tuesday afternoon at McNeill, Mrs. T. A. Ferguson Mrs. "Second-No truck delivery the 4th day of July, A. D. 1932''
Matthews Mn. A. S. I route shall be operated over an ,,have filed said Certificate In 'tulrcd to file your appaaranva I. mid
the home of Mn. E. L. Lawrence S. F. Mo>e, my i 'mane o' prce.rd/on ou or before the loth
for a program by Mn. J. C. Vann.MI'I. Mn. J. A. Daugherty, Mrs. J. D.Redc 1 outgoing distance of more than 150 office, and have made application ,day of Juna. A. D. IH4I, rtfcarwlaa darrao
I
.
.. ..
ronfawo will ka anurad .1.
Earl Byrd and Mn. Law- !. Mrs. Casper Williams, Mrs.C. miles-that is. 300 miles going and for tax deed to issue thereon in : pro The mature of Mid, raiow or proeardlngmln
rence. D. Eaker. Mrs. E. E. Atkinson, returning-unless return loading]''I accordance with law. Said Certificate -, .t you. fa, ForarHoura. of Tan BalaCartlflrata.

Others present were: Mrs. C Mn. H. )'f. Brown, Mn. John Williams of at least 75 per cent ot cap.cltylI. embraces the following The dMcrlptlon. of the real property

E. Saunders, Mrs. Maggie Daw- %>11'1. Roy Darby, Mn. Mollie allured, this provision to apply I I described property, situated In prorradrd ...,... la nl ,..11._. '*,t 14 of
Blark Palm' Addition Homo.
4. Royal to
kins, Mn. Emma Wright, Mn. Wlngate, Mn. Dan Williams, also to movements of fresh fruits ,,Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: I ._d, aitordln* to Plat H and vegetables from producingareas '' West 25 Ft. of Lot 1-2-3- Raranla of Dodo County. Florida
Gerda Freed Mn. S. L. West Mn. Field. Miss Helen Livingstonand
I I..... T and S. R, L. Mn .. Addition U
Mrs. M. W.; Craft Mrs. Ora Fraz- Miss Lobdell. to consuming markets; 4-3 and East 29 Ft. of Lots 21- H'_.... arrordlnv to Plat bonk I, pava
at after "Third-All country routes now 22-23-24-25, Block 12, Highland 141. Publl' Record ..I Dade C7"oaty. Flort.da .
eur and Mn. H. E. Redin. ing a meeting Wednesday tola IS. IS. 14 of /. U. r_'. Addition
Mn. J. R. Chambliss was hostess noon at the home of Mn. G. W. covered six days per week shall be Park, Plat Book 2. Page to H._'.... nnordln to Plat Rook I n*

to Circle Four at her home 'Wright Mn. Sam J. Davis reada : revised so as to cover the approxl 13, in the City of Miami ,.It..la 74 further. Puklla_Rmonk... Dial tif Dada Ole ordar County no

Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. J. wartime story. mate half nearest the jobber'splace County of Dade, State of Florida..
publl.h.4, rare a week far I.... e...._11..
three Florida.
R. Pope and Mrs. T. E. Kirby presented Present were: Mn. W. E. Gaby, of business days per weeks In Th. H_.... Leader ... Kn.torprlw. .
the program. Mn. L. H. Klopp Mn. J. A. Roth- week; and the half farthest away, I The assessment of said property I a nawipapar publl....... In Mid

Circle One met at the home of erham, Mn. Dorothy B. Gowdy, three days per week; .under the said Certificate Issued County WITNESS and II.my...hand. and tko, .."/"... aaal
Mn. Annie Butler Tuesday, I Mrs. Ralph Kinsman Mn. W. O. "Fourth-All country routes now ws In the name of Unknown of this oaurt .. the atk day of May It41.B. .
covered four days per week shall Unless said Certificate shall be R. LKATHFRMAN.
Chase Mn. E. B. Isler, Mn. Davis, Clark nf the Clrault Court
REDWA'4DW.S.C.IL: I MIl''. Wright and Margaret Gaby. be revised to cover the nearest redeemed according to law, tan Dada County. Flort.

Tin HOLD SALE approximate half of the distance deed will Issue thereon on the .1st ClrauH Court Slow) By R. M. RICK Jr,

The W. 'S. C. S. of Redland RETURNS FROM ASSEMBLYThe two days per week; and the most day of July, .A. D. 1942. Deputy c.....

Community Church will hold a Rev. Geo. H. Ricks, pastor of distant half two days per week; Dated this 26th day of May, A. IRA il C.Canaraaa HAYCOCK.l Hldy.. Miami, ...........
bake Homestead Presbyterian Church, "Fifth-All country routes now D. 1941. Attorney for Plaintiff
sale and sale Saturday
rummage loop .. IS. St. tS. Juno S. l 4tNorirr > ,
week shall E. B. LEATHERMAN
in the old post office building returned yesterday from Knox- covered three days per ,
In Homestead. The society : ville, Tenn., where he attended be revised to two days per week; Clerk of Circuit Court, TO APPLY FOR
"Sixth-All -out-going loads Dade County FloridaBy IFKALIZATION: OF ADOPTION
will welcome contribution of the 82nd general assembly as one
any
NOTICE III HEHFRV alvan that tkoadmlanro
L. E. PARKER. D. C.
fered. of four delegates from St. shall not be leu than 100 per cent : will on the lath day of Jaaa.MI. .
Presbytery Mr. Ricks was JOhn"1 and ';ot'nthan; 120 per cent Circuit Court Seal. ot 10 A. M. or .. anon thrrrafur aaomaial
of cubical content (May 29, June S, 12, 19, 26, 1942) may ha ward niaaa apldlntlonto
NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB a member of the theological of tire capacity Uw Hinonbla. Arthur 0....... Clraultndn

MEETS WITH MRS. WRIGHT narles committee of the assembly of the truck; i NOTICE TO APPEAR OR ORDER .0. ,., for of Dada the r Elamth_.o,. FkirMa.Jao'lrlal, M rlmll Ch.. .b.rc hiad 1

Members of the Redland Neigh. Aware of the Eternal" will be jl "Seventh-Present circuitous or IN TRK tlRCI Puss IT ICATION Cato, OF THrlRVFNTH : .I the Dada County Court How Miami,
Sunday morning devious routes shall be revised to I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT l. borhood Club did Red Cross sew. his sermon topic I . .. Joan. Klrkpalrlrk hy them
----'-- I effect the greatest possible reduction .1011 FOR DARE COUNTY) ,FLORIDA. r their. daughter 10 amrdonew with the
- -- fn mileage...'* 114 .ANr..T.of H.d.CASs a Ill.municipal UI.IA.CITY tor.p.ro.bat statute. I. cork r. _ , at a tinny F\orIdo, April loth.
I at the state of Plaintiff.
GROVE: LANDS-TECCK LANDS-CTTT LOTS-HOMES I ... Tkaodorw .BaUay H **, :a!.. Dofand.JN 1..2 IAMUFL ,. M CARLO,
DR. M. A. BERGER note rTATB OP ROSE: PI CARI.O.ratHlanon..
Tilt: MAKE: OP THE .
Itfce Were Never Be Lew-Meoty .1 Good Valve FLORID tIt H. M. TATLOR.
appearing tkot Uw law In fork saw
seeds ud .......... .... Aces mantled withto Attorney for PrtHloam.May .... 11. lest
I' II. A. CAMERONREAL i the akota entitled MOM. the title afwkbk ( IS. SS. Jana 1.
DentistFirst said sow In hanky .... a oorltoraof
aa tkowk folly art tank herein. NOTICE TO fTOCMOLDHff !
. onUUIae the Plaintiff la 0 Math to Aa. Notlro to lanky torn that the .....d.hat
' ESTATE National Bonk pane ay Oroor fay roUleoUan ........ to"Sot /.. of the Maakkokton ., the Flortaa
toot: Coat rrrtnuaf C-_y will W told
n- FLORIDA /. TKFRtrORC. .,*.' A. V. .- .t the off," of tko _.... at N.meortm...
HOMESTEAD. Building ftallay. II* WOOl TM .treat. Maw verb larMn, '- J... .. 1940 as t : M
City. Haw T..... J..!,.. K. a... and Oofco fa the aoraoaa:of atorUMroitora a Lard ; II.
Opfwslt Otkl FeDtV sending lodwtn 0_.. hk _tl.. D_.. RorMM nod __.. n>k that boatman
Office Hour 8:3O-C:30 Cmitr. North Carolina. oMondaata hi Y w .m.e Ioof oro tka mtvtla..
.; TO. N*. '71 Eai.bli.ke4 UZ4 mead __ ._ w arc sear twea.5. pOOL"O. W. MOODT. PraaMaot
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I will and Prophecy of Homestead igh's' Class of 19421r I




my reputation for falling in love WHO'S WHO IN THE ng will give way to friendly in. I

I Prophecy of the Senior Class of '42By I once a week to Mary France Rut SENIOR CLASS crnational relation Instead of
Most popular girl: Wv Horton each nation grasping for world
Mabel Pope, Paul Ru.* Mary Purees land.We, Edna Forte and Kathleen Moat popular boy: Harry Martin power, they should work together
Let in now skip over a period The head of the filing department Freeman hand over our abilityto Prettiest girl: Geneva Vann for Improved International rela.
of ten yean to the night of May I in the F. B. I. office in ,,I, Jook every night until 2 o' Best looking boy: Barney Godwin ions. This may be opposed by ",
27, 1t52, and check up on our Washington 1* Annabel Peter'I clock and till be on time for Jolllest girl: Helen Norman the nation which now control the .
fellow classmate who hat recently been promotedto school the next day, to any one Jolliest boy: Q Low world' resourcet. Even though
Out at Op -Locka Naval AirBase this position. 1 who can take It I Most studious girl: Annabel! Peters these nations might control the ,
whom do we find a. a radio Forrest Bell is the new ownerof I, Barbara Hill leave my neat world' resources,, it doe jOt solve
operator, but the former Helen what used to be Wollam and ant attractive hair style to Margaret -: Most studious boy Lamar Dickinson their own economic problems. Resource -
Norman. Besides her career at Kendrick'i Grocery. When business Booth. ownership' does not bring '
an operatqr, the If the wife of it slack, Forrest entices the I, Evelyn Syket: pass on my Neatest girl: Mary Louise Pierce economic security M hat been
technician and into the Neatest boy: Barney Godwin proved by comparison of economic
an airplane 'cutomert store by hit hot ability to know everybody else's
mother of three boy th'l I I music on the clarinet. Silliness but my own to Athley Most athletic girl: Evelyn Syke conditions between those rich In t
We find Q Lowe ai the I Charles SteffanTf swing band U Kemp.I Most athletic boy: Ralph Delllnger natural resources and those with
Instructor of welding at Technical making nightly appearance at the Helen Norman, will my misfortune Most dignified girl: Motile Ruth out any such resource For *ximple -
High la Miami. I Vanderbilt Rainbow Room. Among to 'get in dutch every day Pop EngUnd and Denmark. If
Mkbel Ruth Pope. a concert his band members arc Florence in Study Hall to Sue Moye.I Most dignified boy: Lamar Dick trade barrier are broken down
pianist, I* touring the United State Nelson, torch finger, and Paul Florence Nelson, leave my inson the problem would' be for the nation -
giving concerts and lecture on Rue, famous clarinet player.' slim figure to Grletj Terburg Cutest girl: Geneva Van to Itt UP Induitrlal systems
entitle. Betty Kilburn and her doctor Th sugar rationing came Just in Cutest boy: Forrest Ball which will provide adequate finance -
Annette Campbell we near, If husbanl are running a children's time. Most industrious girl: Annabel to purchase materials needed.
a chorine in New York City, and hospital Kansas City. I. Annabelle! Peters, hand downto Peters "(B) Federation of nations. '.
now appearing in the ZlegfeldFolllei. In the branch office of Pan Don Done ability to make good Mist Industrious boy: Lamar Dickinson "Perhaps the best way to solve 1
She expect to retire in American Air line In Havana, grades in Spanish and history. hit problem of trade would be a
a few year and settle down to Cuba, we find Grade Torclse at I. Bruce Lee Scott, bequeath my Wittiest girl: Helen Norman federation of nations of which
quiet home life with her husband.We an interpreter. ability to attract the opposite sex, Wittiest boy: Carl Frederick every nation It t member. A* an i
have all heard of the new Barbara Hill, having transferred to Donald Houston. More power Quietest girl: Mary Louis' Pierce example of how peace could be
Shiny The Shoe Shining Parlor at from Miami High. Is taking the to you, Don.I Quietest boy: Bruce Scott obtained through this federation 1
Miami Beach. Well guess who lithe place of Mist Cook who hat Just' Theresa Redd, leave my one Best girl musician: Mable Ruth we may take the comparison of the
boss, and I do mean bo... It retired. and only false tooth to Mist Ferguson. POM states of the United States and '? '
I* none other than Harry Bowen. The former Geneva Vann who Beat boy musician: Charles Stef- the republics of South America. .
May you ever shine, Harry. hat been married all these year I, Forrest Bell pus on to Fred fant ,As 'Economic Principles and ""
Mr. John Sykee, salesman for It famous for her beautiful flower Rhode my ability to keep a steady Best all round girl: Marjorie Con- I Problem states: 'Wh, do Paraguay -
the New Tangled Bathtub Co., It gardens around her home In the girl friend.I nor and Bolivia fight while Ohio {!
doing well we hear he if felling Redlanda. Wave Horton, leave my natural Best all round boy: Charles Stef Pennsylvania do not? The j
bathtubs to the natives of Ethiop Harry Martin and Wave Hortonare looking make-up to Gloria De. fanl peace which exist among us: It
ia. We know that John If tryingto talent scout for the M-G-M Marl*. Most dated girl: Kathleen Freeman : due to political union which prevents .
make this old world a cleaner studios. They..* now in Homestead I, Harry Bowen, will my grace economic forces resulting In
place to live In. searching for new talent. In dancing to "little" Arnold Me- Senior Romeo: Barney Godwin I war*
That famoua beautician and hairstylist Melba VanWInkle, a hostess at Ilwaln.I Best girl dancer: Kathleen Freeman "Through membership in the
Roe BUello, if now employed Fort Jackson, If also working with Charles Steffanl, leave my, tame political unit the states find '
at the Peggy Sag Beauty I Red Cross unit. rood drumming ability to Louis Best boy dancer: Forrest Bell methods of fettling disputes. .A
Baton in New York City. The much publicized beachwear Murray.I Teller of tall tales: John Eyke similar type of union could help
The little lady who won theNational 1 at Sakt in New York City it now Q Lowe, let a good exampleto Most sentimental girl: Rose Bilello eliminate cause for wan a* it
Womanf Tennis Cham being modeled by Marjorie Con- Bobby Morgan. If Bobby minds Moat sentiments boy: Charles would provide equal opportunity

plonihlp last year if our own nor.Charles ill mama and eat what she tells Robertson to all members. It cannot be a ..,
lyn Sykef. She If rated Ev'.1 Robertson who so far I him it good for him, he can belike Tiniest girl: Mary Louis Pierce success unless all nations Join.
the world. escaped matrimony I* still head : Q when he grows up.I Largest boy: Q Lowe "(C) Improvement of living
Ralph Delllnger who la the coach i soda jerker tt the Dixie Drug. I Melba VanWInkle, leave Ann Most Intelligent girl: Mabel Ruth conditions."Through. )
.t the University of Florida ha Rita Dent, formerly a nurse, 1'1 Shackleford. my ability to keep Pope the federation of nations -
produced the most famous basketball now known. Mrt. RIchflnd. We: ID touch with one tingle soldier Moat Intelligent boy: Carl Frederick the establishment of tree
team of all times. remember reading in the paper ol for a year.I *
trade accessibility to relOurcea.the ,
Mary Pierce has recently been Rita's marrying a former patient Betty Kilburn, will my ability Most fickle girl: Annette CampbellGirl standard, of living should be
promoted to personnel manager of Kathleen Freeman la secretaryand to carry on correspondence with most likely to succeed: Rita raised in all nations instead of
urcline'. in Miami. assistant to Dr. Cuttem. Dent
soldier to Dorothy Moon. lowered in The Im-
being any
The heal nurse In the operatingroom Lewis taker: manager of Margaret Mary Plerce'a reputation for Boy most likely to succeed: James proved economic condition would
at John Hopklna HospitalIn Ann Store, 1* having stiff really getting things done and Nesbitt I enable the people to have neces
Baltimore, Theresa Redd, li competition from his rival Lamar]I making no noise about It, 1* extended I sities. In the past depression
really kept busy these days. I Dickinson, manager of A and PI to Mary Mlttrette. ,world federation of which every have followed wan because of the

Bruce Scott has been promoted Grocery. I, Grade Torclse, leave my natural nation I* a member. I large number of people who are
to manager of the distribution de. Mary Jo Close 1* private secretary curly hair to Fay Skiner. "Another Important objective thrown out of work. Through
partment of Miami Daily Newt to the manager of the To Mr. Mac.. we extend our best would be the Improvement of living I long-time planning these peoplecan
As a hobby he still keep the Wometco Theater In Miami. wishes, especially since he started i conditions in all nation and : be given employment by constructive
neighborhood awake with his The manager of Seven Seas In In Homestead school at the same I social security for all. I industry Instead of rearmament
trumpet music Miami i* Edna Forte. We shell time that we did. He wad custodian I The fourth objective would be' programs.
Edith Bevla U living in Miami have to give her I call before long of the high school buildIng to educate the people of the world, "(D) Conclusion.
while we were a whole block to better understanding of one another -,
James Nesbltt 1s
with her famous lawyer husband now professorof task will be that
away in the first grade. to that out of this under "The greatest
Edith U very prominent in civic astronomy at the newly established that theysee
of educating people to
The seniors further leave standing a world-wide
many may grow
affair, we near. University of ModeUo.I will bring
these objectives
thanks to the sponsor, Mn. Scott brotherhood.
the homeroom teacher Mrs. Becker "Religion mutt play a part in about world-wide peace.
Class WillBy the principal, Mr. Hindman, this post war peace. People must "Every educative mean must be
and to the rest of the faculty. learn to hate evil rather than one used \the radio, the press, the
Marjnrte saner and Mary Je Close Revoking all former will w* do another or other races. It should pulpit and the classroom, to that,
W*, the senior class of Homestead .! do hereby leave our "extraordin publish this to be our lest will be a union of all religions to work adults at well at youth, may be
High School of the city of ary" height to the Douglas broth- and testament In witness whereof I for the betterment of all. trained to see the advantages of
Homestead, county of Dade, commonwealth en. we have hereunto put our hand "Science must be used to Improve the world co-operation which
of Florida, United I. Miry Jo dote, will to Mavlt this day and year of our Lord,1 condition In economic andsocial could result in controlling economic -
State of America, on this the 27th Watt my ability never to skip May 27, 1943. way instead of developingnew forces which cause war*. Jn
day of May, being of feeble mind school. THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1941 method of destruction. the hearts of all people must be
and memory and broken down I, Charles Robertson, bequeathmy "All profit and glory must be kindled a determination' to make
1 spirit, do make publish and declare ; quiet but effective way of Witnesses: taken out of war so as to havenO I the world a better place In which
this our first last and only playing Romeo to a certain young' Mn. Ruth L. Scott Incentive toward war. to llv*."
tab .t I will and testament, In lady to a certain Dennis Barman. Mn. Margaret Becker "There shoed be plans made to
manner and form aa follow: We, Lamar Dickinson and Lewis prevent a period ol unemploymentamong
First: We, the Senior data of Eaker, leave our quiet and itudl.ou the million woo have been LIME MEN
'43, having no further need for our habit to John. Bilello and ESSAY employed in war Industrie
reserved tests in assembly or for Ernest Jenner. PRIZEM.
"It 1* very easy to Mt up objectives -
the privilege and right to whichwe I, Rite Dent, hand down my whereby peace might be (Continued from Peg One)
thought w* were entitled, leave portrayal at mother la class play (Continued from Page One) obtained, but the real problem I* duttry. Conservation of transportation
them to the oncoming senior 'with to Ruth Rutland.I greater determination l'e PI.\I finding ways whereby they maybe facilities by eliminatIng ,
no regret Rate Bilello, leave to Betty must be made to understand established In all nation ; hauling of the) lemon from
Second: I. Barry Martin as Ray Clark the honor of wearing war doe not solve problem and "(A) International trade. the Pacific pout ha* been one
president of the Senior data leave I diamond, third finger, left band. difference and that only through "We knew now that the modern of the most effective argument
ny gavel, the symbol of my authority Dont grow Impatient Betty Ray. co-operation can all enjoy peace I world must be recognised for whatit in persuading army officials to
with which I have directedthe t James Nvsbltt leave my feminine and security."In I Is.-an economic unit-ead that switch to limes.
misguided steps of the hippy attraction to Wade Tbomp- order to have world-wide wise arrangements mutt be made The radio advertising, which
aenlon. to the president of the after this war, the framers
toIL peace to that trade will be encouraged,' win be made aver WQAM. three
esoesans senior das X, Ralph DHinger will coy ability of the peace treaty mutt let such I say Vlce Presid.0t Wallace. night a weak front 1.30 to MS:
Third: The Individual members to make an star team, to Billy objectives .* to leave no cause will stress t guarantee of gee-
I "This problem of world trade U
of the clam leave the following to Jacob Doe hatred and Jealousy among content Shipper
one of the greatest to be faced. It emus Juice
nation Perhaps Woodrow Wilton"
the student body: -
I Mabel Ruth rope, will moat represented at the meeting which
hat been one of the greatest cause
Connor leave Ideal could be wed a* aa
I, Marjorie my *
gladly hart my music talent with for wan between nation Since was held In Mr. Kendall's packinghouse !
and to example.
mines disposition ability Vann.I at Gould, agreed that an
Jon the world I* an economic unit. aO
"The first of these objective
get along with everyone to Vlr- would
Walker. Edith Bevla, leave to Helen would be to establish some system trade barrier mutt be broken I cull and No. 1 grade fruit
pie
L Geneva Vann leave my ability and Irving Hooker a perfect example of International trade w that all down so that Material win be dumped In order to keep an
of sisterly love ,If Helen needed mate- equally accessible to each Jlatt Inferior lime off the market
to have and to hold to Thedt nation may obtain
Proctor May she never be without follow this example ah* win not I rtela without showing partiality to "It order have this be.. Mr. Plowaty is making his tour
en escort be without I bodyguard. II stronger nation unit the people must be so of the army camp at Tampa,

We, John Syke sad Paul Rue, I, Annette Campbell. bequAtb I "There must be tome type of ,cated that strong attionallaU .. Jacksonville and New York.


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