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: July 17, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID00551
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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31-N. 28' ..! Homestead Florida Friday, July 17, 1942 Price 5 Cents ",. j
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Objective'of Legion Drive OVERSEAS Hlff AY SHORT CUT


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; TO EXCHANGE I Plane Crash Somewhere in Pacific I AS SOON AS STEEL ARRIVESTraffic

' Takes Life of Lt Kenneth Chambers


SCRAP DISCS I Second Lieut. Kenneth Chambers --. become a cadet In the navy air Detoured Construction of buildings for

t S3, of Princeton died July 13 t corps. He took his primary Inltructionat At Naranja as Spur the army air base at the ounty

I" the result of an airplane accident Opa-Locka, was sent To Airport I:* Laid airport Dear Homestead was
to Jacksonville for another phaseof i
FORNEffONESToday In the Pacific theater of -- started Wednesday of last week
training and returned to Opa-
war where he was on duty as a Locka for advanced ln.tructlon. Traffic on the Federal highway 'by Cleary Brothers Con tr" .(Ion
.' was detoured at XanaJa
1 I pilot in the aviation branch. of I upon graduation Opa-Locka ha I Co. of West Palm Beach
railroad
Sunday while a spurwhich
the United States Marine Corp was one of the men selected for will extend from the N*. The company, which this" \ ,., ".
marks the start of a drive Reserve. j the marine air corps and stationed I ranja station of' he F E. C to opened of fices in Ups old n'i't''':,\'oquxntrs
at San Diego, From there he
of the American Legion >nd''! His parents, Mr and 1w'11'1. Neal the army air base at the county at Krome and I I' ;'..oiHxcnues
went to tome place In the Pa-
American "Legion Auxiliary for L Chambers of Princeton, received airport was laid arrow the highwa also Ms4he con'exWiirtinj i,!+ .
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word of his death
while !'
collection of 37,800 000 old phonograph I Oversea .
tie hi.
South Dade Farms Inc. of )
\they were attending prayer meet-
records, to bring new rec- s I ing Wednesday night at the Homestead : THE WEATHER Homestead has the contract, foreor.jrueelon aver tne old F. E C, madtad"
olds: and phonograph :players to Nazarene Church, where I of the spur. bridges between Florida Cn\ ,nd
Official weather report of the I
k every America,\camp base, port, Lieu Chambers was ljvr n a re- Subtropical Experiment Station, Key Largo Md between. Tie: Pint
\ station, naval venel ard wherever,. C ptin. when' Jje/was tome on .
: j I Homestead, .FJorldLIht ICe/ all(.Ko y''Wnt:
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t there are.troop.- or''.ssUoir of the Teenpofa4rr.MeteTnseOsC wr ijnHM LKM'PROTESTS'' : ''TM'bf, :
".Vntk+d fi1I ta'.. 'tbro1/tbout TS :WIlt *. ti as 465 It1Jtrtyalo b''Jkl1ltrUl. n .m:! ,
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'" 'W 130.1Qj: begin as ootf: steel eLi,be obtained <
'I --w. boaWiUW made IB tie locality' 'I 70 { as
'1 Cb-osersUng In' the drive, where death occurred according 'July 11 ___. t3' SII SPEED DRIVING, under priorities recentlygranted
; I Homesteads- John, G. Salley Post to the telegram received from the July It. n f by the War Prods Mon
of the American Legion, Wednesday nary department j July IS. 82 TO |30.IS 0.20
BLIMP BASE
Bight nude plans to hare! Young Chambers left the University July 14_ ] 91 TO |182,201| Oil TO I Board, according to Gene E. Bay

. .barrel placed id the lobby of the I of Miami a year ago to! July IS. (1 TO'((3006)) hiss, superintendent of eurutrucUon .

pMt Wflce ,in the r.Job of'the 1 Protests against the speedingand in charge of he Cleary
local movie and other What Miami Klansmen Don't Know reckless driving of defense Brothers office herv.

receive strategic-record places iA Homestead: te About Farm Labor Problem workers going to and from the The policy cf Peary Brothersis

cods or'erape'of. rec- RIchmond Naval Air Bate .werevoiced to give preference to local labor -
which patriotic Americans : John B. Gordon Klan of Miami protested to the county commission at the Bedlam District .
BaUs.aid.
may be able to reatureet from Superintendent
this'week, that "all available labor In this county; should lion Club Tuesday night during be union
earI101or'JOttea..ftMkI and crannies Skilled laborers must
.. where they have been gathering ., be absorbed before Bahaman negro labor is Imported" to work I round situation table discussion'of.therubber as affects South members For thelI1s"k- 1td labor .

radio began dust'-since. the age of the the crops of South Florida this winter Dade County. ?., .. local negroes will beol>>ed,

It Is estimated that the What evidently Is escaping the notice of the K1aJIImen.un Pointing out that workers from.I with the exception; of carpenter's

fOoaUau\d"1)b'Page'Eighty pro- ... nr that the unsigned protest was bona fide-Is the fact that Homestead are being transported, helpers for which a surplus nim
to the base by bus, the club voted!
labor is already unavailable aa far aa the Dade farmer Is con. to appoint committee composedof I her of white men have alreadybeen

corned.Thk. Walter Weiss! Harold Kendall, hired, he said. The unsk led
FATAL INJURY TO military draft has made Inroads on whit and negro and Jack Peters to see if similar I negro laborers and carpenter's

labor, alike. Defense projects at home and abroad have also transportation could not be pro-I helpers will be paid -4 cent, on
BICYCLE I vided for Miami workers In orderto
RIDER taken their toll of farm labor. Up to now, negroes have quietly save tires and gasoline and re-: hour

migrated to areas where they could obtain defense jobs at .he fat duce the traffic hazard Cost of the air bate has amen

HELD ACCIDENT union wage for unskilled labor. Those who are left here can now Proper care of tires and tubes reported In financial and building
was outlined b,. Mr Weiss, who trade papers aa between one iiU
get Jobs at (2Vi cents hour defense within district
projects
an on a mllUou d.1liar.
served as moderator for the discussion lion and three
. The fatal injury of Ernest Walters in which they; worked last season for 20 and 25 cents an hour. Several member told of Contractor are not permitted te

13, on the Federal highway How uTthe farmer: going to compete with such a situation, their methods of obtaining longer divulge figures on army and ',avy
Just south of Kings highway Monday : Mr, KlaacmenT wear from their equipment. I defend projects.. Original v.tU
night when he apparently lostcontrol The use of car-sharing was emphasized mate published when Ute local
of his bicycle and swerved When farming season rolls around, South Dade farmers have and several groups are air bate was Lrit announced .ears

In front of an automobile driven a patriotic duty to perform in helping to feed the armed forces, already using this plan to enable ak high as five million dollars and

by Clayton Oamber IS, was accU the Italian and Its .Ihes. They know they nave to'find labor, them to attend club meetings. the conviction! itill prevail In
dental, a coroner's Jury found usually well armed guar ten
. and they have to make plans now In order to have help when the
: Wednesday night at an Inquest Li i r mea Distributed that the expenditures will gJ at
held by Justice of the Peace S. L. crops com in. Otherwise there will be a tot of stuff rotting In At National Meet'' least a high .as this original fig
r Kendrick.v I
the field. ure.
. According to witnesses, Camber 0 f Rainbow Vets I The Oversea highway contract
Negro labor: in the Bahamas .has been recelving.less than a
was tre"e1inr'lOuth on the highway I will amount to approximately one
at 10:15: Monday night ia dollar a day.; The plan talked I by Luther Chandler and the Duke W. K. Kheney. Paul Haley; and i million dollars, said Mr Bay las,
.1 front of the Pines Tourist camp of Windsor governor of the Bahamas, la to import negroes from Walter H. Weeds retained Wednesday smiling his relief at the shift t(> a
when the toy his night from OrUaA about which he could talk
1 on bicycle also those Islands for the them subject :
crop season, pay two or three timesas
traveling south, swerved sharplyin where they attendee: the ..- freely The 40 miles of const ucUon -
.: front of the car and was much as they can get for the same worm at home, and avoid a Monti reunion W Rainbow Division will shorten the distance be.

knocked down. Camber stopped major crop debacle hers. fane held there from Bandar tweeD HuooeiUad and Key West

R Immediately to give aid, and the .. The Imported laborers would be here on sufferance of .he I* WeclJles 7. iBcloalve.FtnnUtt tram 140 to afproxloutely 120
unconscious ;young Walters, was bureau Dade Cwurtj1 Persian miles and eliminate the Juhpln
rushed to the James Archer Smith Immigration for a specific purpose during a specified Uswln Hospital In a Turner ambulance, period. If they got out of line by even so much as the' blink District IDea dMtfbaMI 14 I I the myriad narrow :'.o 'jnbridges

': which together with the Home. of an eyelash, they would be.subject to"deporfatlon.: Any, troublemakers : ksBhrla ef Ames beeches with at both ecdi.
stead police has beta summoned.He could therefore be dealt with summarily. "I" I. Various rwtpos for their nae te I i I Priorities on tttel to! ,II
died in the hospital a few bath Kalabow veto sad artisan bridges were granted t
f, minutes later The county commission is to be congratulated for Its actionIn .,.'" Orlando. The Umee and M&. weeks ago- As soot. a<> lie ttvei 1
" An active member of the Home' appropriating $250 toward sending Mr. Chandler it L. patters were fwnlihe4 Mr rarSBaaLehmaa < I arrives, work will be 1t.I..d '.
; stead troop of Boy Scouts Ernest Cox to Washington aa representatives of the Farm Bureau,to workout racking Cteapaay simultaneously at FkTii\ ('.lJ' i4
earlier in the evening had attended arrangements with immigration authorities top, ImportaUon of it HeaaestaaA and Florida Uaaaaarf Key West, Mr Bay; -. >.jJ lI
a meeting of the troop a( "..... Craywss of Inmates. 1 pletlon of the project Is ei'> a
(Continued 4n Page light) the Bahaman farm labor, : {I within 250 working day:
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Paw'TwS HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, July 17, 1942 :

I RECORDs FOR OUR FIGHTING MENA ROOm:COf Making dress. If you wear nail polish
SUPERINTENDENT I ; wear bright red to that it
year ago Mr. and Mrs. America were scouring cell ] teen In the gauze" eui
OF CITY PARKS IS art and attic and forgotten comer on the in-between S.Qfgi Dressings .1 The room will be open !
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floors for old aluminum items. Last week they were a. m.,until 4p m each day, anaay i!
hunting down old rubber gadgets. And now, thanks to Is Opened HereA club, organization ot sing 1
TAKEN BY DEATH old' that wishes to work some evenin\
the American Legion there's a nationwide quest for
,, phonograph records. These old records will be sold aa Red Crow surgical dressing,.or day should acting Mr J
.t or Mrs. Lehman of tae time
scrap, and provide the funds for new records and phonograph room for the Redland District wa Instead of set
John Vine Davis "7, ton six' Jed.It an
I to be shipped American fighting men i ;
year superintendent of park for players to opened here Wednesday morningIn resident of some section of
the city of Homestead, died Friday here and overseas. Already millions of old records have the former office of the Red- community may get together
evening of last week at his home been collected. Millions more are needed. And there is a land Citrus Growers Association!come to the room Jo work, :
eo K W: Third street FuneralMrvlcci solemn obligation to find them. when Mrs M. F. Wittlchen, vice Lehman pointed out
were conducted Sunday For the American Legion's Records For Our Fight. chairman of the Dade County Red
aTeroon at the Homestead Meth. Ing Men campaign, while not concerned with equipment for Croat chapter and chairman of all I
odist Church by the pastor the: the war machine, is deeply.devoted to the cause of the men women't activities, and Mn C. Four Cents a Pound
Rev O. Sewcll Palmer. Lewis Bruce, chairman surgical Paid for Waste F.Tour
on whom we depend to run that machine. These men are I .
Mr Davit had been In health dressing supervisors, cam down
lU Americans with a profound love for good music. Because
for four yean, ,and for the Jut they're Americans they like all kinds of music, .nd be- Ito Mr give*. the Robert fIrSt instruction R. Reimert otHomestead 'cent s 'pound i is'beins"
two month had been confined
r to i cause they're in many cases far from home, thejnusic that will be local inspector ,paid for wait tats by groctri
hit He bed. here 21 springs from America not only provides recreation and of the dressing The bandage stores that are co-operating la i
came from
Valdotta Oa. where year he was ago born entertainment for them, but also serves as a reminder of {making room wa set up here I national drive.to salvage all Ox'
and reared and where In later the things' American which we all ,treasure, which we're I through the effort of Mn B. A glycerine-containing' waste to stt
fighting for.These 'Tibbits who it general chairman' In' the manufacture explorivei
life, he was I farmer and mer .
chant. After coming to Homestead I factors should count heavily in your giving &11. of Red Croat activities In Home.':, for the United States and.It* ik
he continued hit occupation . out support to the American Legion salvage campaign. I'lead. Mr*. Lee H. Lehman was. lie*. f
of farming and at one Urn Time is growing short; August 2 is the deadline. By all in charge of getting the volun, Meat counter of local grocers
owned and managed the fining I meats, help the Legionnaires and their co-workers in teers. ', stores are distributing leaOeU
station now operated a* the Homestead achieving success in the good work which they have under-_I To the group of volunteer work- contributed by the glycerine call<<.
Filling.Station. He bunt taken. .- ....... ers, mostly representative of associated industries, with it-
of, the,
aDd later told the building now .. I various club and,organizations of' proval war production
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the community, Mn. Wittichen board, setting forth instructions
occupied by the Bird ChevroletCo.
Three Gallons of Gas Will Furnish said"No. : I u to how to save the.fat; whai
bit will be let for the: fat to lave and other information
At betide when death came ft quota
< were Mr*. Davit and four of their 180 Miles of Driving,. Says Pontiac;'Redland Diitrlct- room until we

daughter: Mr.. M. R. Defler, of 1 know.about w.hat1oucan turnout i Trtt
I Baltimore Mr*. R. H. Kennedy -- .1.1r The need of the .roompnust.. be
M and Mrs.'R. H Atkinson, both ofMiami By observing ejy.to-fclloW|I 3. Vae.:)ow/ and. second scan: anticipated in advance ao that4h: !:
and Mr*. James T. Hill. Jr.. rule the driver of ao average automobile [r lee*. .Actual economy la; low: material may.be Mt aside tad tent
of Hbmettead. Another daughter, can stretch three gallon drops to between JH and I miles, down here. The dressing will be
r Mr*. C. M. Drgler of EDdns. W. of gasoline over ISO mile of drive!''fxr gallon In .second it ,test used for the men in every branchof (,
Va, recently returned home after Ing. according to a chart preparedby from m.to,U mile per Salina I the service all around the world .Pas frempt {.
pending several month with Mr. the Pontiac Motor Divisions' 4, Anticipate *' and toast i and at home. .' 1
and Mn. Davit. engineering department more Ute brake 1 u. It lakes: "Everyvolunteer 'SERVICE:
In addition' to thoM already The plan demands a perfectly energy to bring your can 10 cruising bring something to worker.ShOUld'l CAB .
mentioned Mr. Davit la survivedby serviced automobile and a driver ipeed. When the brakes 1ft and (he'should >.
.: I ton, Pfc. Ira Davis of the converted to war-time driving applied -a'portion'.of.. 'thit. 'energy 1 ' ..at reaaeaakle vale 'i
V S Marine Corp whOM where. Observance of five major point i* lost In beat .. jackpot for you. l..

two about brothers are not known at present, will take car of the car. They are: 5. Coast olD neutral whenever I r. It ItShare: PHONE 9108 or 389 r)t
H. .J. Davit ofHomestead
L Keep engine In A-l .condition possible and sate, It I* Illegal..to: your ride with three ',
and S. M. Davit ofOneco It Is surprising what a difference coast in neutral In.acme state I neighbor*. It will roughly.quad -
Fla. four HOMESTEAD CAB 6EXYICB
sisters, Mn.
; a valve grind, clean spark plug, However, whenever It it practicable ruple the mileage of all who participate j'
Viola Parrott and Mn, Nettle San- correct timing and a clean combustion and *af*'on gentle grade, for a grand total of 180 F.'0. 1'1_. Prep n,
ton both of ,Miami Mn. Betty chamber will make in ga shift to neutral and coast with mile from, Just three gallons of 4 I
1 Lyons of Dowllng Park Fla. and '
economy Pontiac point outL' throttle doted. gait
t Mr and*.six Bettle Zipperer of Valdosta Don't let tire drop below 6. Vtf accelerator pedal gently;.
grandchildren. recommended pmture*-they rob Let the Bitter fellow beat you
Pallbearer were: BenJ. W. you gasoline and wear out away from light*-you'll be evenwith I
Morris, M. D. Jacobsen, B. A. Staf. :
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er. him again at the next on*. : -
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ford, A D. Smith, William Shuler
Maintain correct toe- & 7. Select route which have the:
and Angelo Miitretta.
much or too little causes least .t pe. TURNERS FUNERAL
bing instead of rolling, eats up I 8 0 Drive at a uniform speed: 25
Services Tomorrow extra. fuel wear out tire I to 30 mile per hour will give you
For Mrs..Vert Currirer i. Set that brake do not drag the maximum economy. 529HQM&214lour
i 5. Use the lightest recommended Observance of.these point*'win
Funeral services for Mn Vera oil in summer a* well aa winter give you every foot of economy '
Bell Currier S3. who died Tuesday The driver ha nine responsibilities built into your car. Pontiac point Ambulance Service ,
at her home In Eureka after a long : out and at this point you should
l'Push Hit clutch and don't race be at least 55
i getting or more LADY ATTENDANT
illness win be held at 4:SO p. m.
Saturday at Turner Funeral Home. motor when starting I mile for your three gallons of Phone 270 Homestead, Fla.DON'T .
.Z. Get into high at about
gear ,
Burial will be In Palm Cemeteryat 1 ILTh.
Naranja.Mn IS npJi. last point will hit.the mile-

Currier who cam to the I, -..Lb
Rrdland Diirlct two and a half i
.yean ago from Buffalo, NYUsurvived l
by* her husband Malcolm I 1
R a daughter, Miss Gloria i
Lett, and her mother, Mr*. Emma 11 FERTILIZER

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LFADER' Nt+EATEQPRISEY -'Pa t ,""ftI' '" ? I

t .NOKQUESTINXO: : '" ., .i Mlsr Fern,Robertpon,,"Mtst Joan.aettetwitlets Sunday Student Nltht- "YOU mean'thing!'You preaatttlme i
: Mica LUliaitSwIUey, faithfully that you wouldn't .;
At Methodist ChurchOa
' Mist-Mary Ellen Peering. Mist 'give away that Secret I told yew.
I SUICIDE OF AGEDPENSIONER' : Our Frances Byrd Roy Nelson, Bob I' But now tt'i all around.town.* tI
WiUett, Bob Spear, Orvll and Sunday evening July It. at didn't give it away I ex. i
0 Men in Service Lynne Irwin, R T. Roberson of,,':00 the Homestead Methodist changed It tor othenOrtt..
HERE j
i .Valdosta and Billy Byrd., Church U sponsoring "Student .
I I Nlghf The whole program will Dr. a a Breweter Office ftlM
ale ; * '* * * be presented by ttuden's connected W. Mewry aLe Hesaesteatl.wBI I
aa4 I No inquest be held Into the Allen Kirk, III' U. S. N., assigned with the Methodist Church be epee e. Bandar BMTB- ,
death of William Thomas Arring- Supper Party la Given to the airplane carrier and all student*-high school or Inn from 1* to 11 Closed all }
ton, 73, pension boarder-at the Yorktpwn which Milt week was college-.of all other churches In day Friday
home of Mr and Mrs R. 0 Shore, For Lieut. Grennell reported at having been damaged the city are Invited at special
N. Krome road, whose body wu by Japanese aerial bombs, U safe gun'4 for the evening.A .
found Wednesday night with a according to word received by his section will be reserved for
Fatni bullet wound through the right Lieut Myron Orennell left for parent Mr. and Mrs. Howard students. Appetising
temple In the bed to which he had the West Tuesday after a furlough Kirk of Goulds.
been confined for a year. Justice spent here with hit parents, Mr. SANDWICHES
of the Peace Sid L. Kendrick Mid and Mrs. V. M. Orennell. He was received tnedilt for sharp shooting , DRINKS "
I that the case was clearly one of guest of honor: at a waffle supper Clayton Lehman, James (Bud and pistol marksmanship.
suicide and would require no jury given Friday evening by Mr. and dy Forte and Robert N. Gentner, SHORT ORDERS I IM
tbs'i action. Mn. Frank Irwin. The supper left Monday from Coral Gables for SL Wm Moffett who It tta- QDICK'S
Mr. and MM Shore discovered was served on the lawn. Laterin I Camp Standing where they will Joned at MtcDill Field near I
i r the death of Mr. Arlington when the evening two freezers of Ice I|I undergo final examination before Tampa visited hit mother, Mn
I they returned home from a trip to cream wen frozen and served. 1 being Inducted into the army, C. H Lawrence, several days this BARBECUE
Homestead at about 10 o'clock. A Present besides host, hottest and week.
12-calibre revolver which they honor gue.t.were- : Mr. and, Mn,i Pvt.. Herbert Turner hat completed I t7. & 1 a! tth Street
I identified at belonging to Arrlng. Earl Byrd Mr.. and Mrs. J. Tom hit raining. af the marine Tommy Whitehead reported Homestead FtorU
aoq..' ton was lying on the bed under Vann Misses Ellen and Alta Vann, base at Parris Island where he,,back to the navy Friday. I
.the dead mans ann.I .
InesL I Mrs. Shore'said that, the'aged
I ,who in addition to bedridden .
man being !
t had only one leg had beets : .Osceola Chase,and Sanborn
despondent Over hit condition and .
I 'she .had Intended,;to.' rtmov,'hi} SPRY
IUD I front ,the!room .abe<,first '
I opportunity He-h4boeeJia".Al4, LIM1BEimS > : 'COFFEE
r age pension boarder'at'-thftSfeonihome" > .
y. for.two'yean'.
!, l i' > Mr. Arlington, who left i no .- can 73C
'known survivors'caifce to,Miami : : : C.31b Lb. 28C
I even yean ago from Cuba where .cans 23
, fce was In the brokerage business LIMIT -
l 15 ,..ra. He was. a, native of LIMIT
Memphis, Tenn.
k Funeral services wilL be conducted Any Brand Evaporated Northern
.t, at 10 a. m. Saturday at
Turner Funeral Home by the Rev.
' 1I 1- Geo H. licks, pastor of the
Homestead Presbyterian Church. MILK TISSUE5.tail
I Burial will be In'a Miami cerne. ,
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- Playing For Men Cards of Army Sought, Navy! 39c . 3 rolls :17cArmour's

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a Donations 61 playing cards an
, being Sought by the Homestead
American Legion Auxiliary to
send to service men of the United ..Roger'sPEAS
States on land and at sea. The col.
4I, lection will start Monday and con PERK'r:
tinue through August.
"If used cards are donated said
Makes Clothes Whiter
, Miss Ruth Fox, vice-president of
the local auxiliary "be sure they
are clean and complete with no 1
nicks or markings'on the corner. large 25c 3 cans 35cONE
By special arrangement, cards can
be purchased for 13 cents a pack,! SMALL FREE
tax free, and if you have no old
cards to give money will be,accepted
tori the purchase'of new
FRESHFRUITSANDYEGETABLESGREEN FRESH MEATS
one at this tpeclal,rat*.*, ,
Contributions may be left at
the Legion hall or at Sheffield
Electric Company. TOP SKINLESS'CARROTS

AtB CONDITIONID 2 bch. :Igc WEINERS Ib. 23c
.OLU. BRATS IN COMFOMAftoiww
I to I P. M. -
CklMnn, Ita Asa, lie miss to* GOLDEN RIPE FANCY BEEFBANANAS
....a..i.e..... .,,.-,.Till...to.II iM tta P.air M.US
kt Venetian t Skating Rink 3 Ibs. I6c CHUCK ROAST, lb. Me
i ices t. W. acts A... MimiDr. .

1 FRESH GEORGIAPEACHES. FRESH

t Leonard \V. llaskinIn '". 3 Ibs. SSc SPARE RIBS lb. 23c

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RIo..f.d M MtM>4 .lMt ..n mttwuck "Trsln No. S3 truck Mrs. "
II. int. M tlw * : Ugelow .
. ( MM*. ftarlfc. ur go 0 14 :( 1000 crowing on Thin*
JUn* .. JST*. day morning Instantly killing her, .

J tit. Bigelow was buried from
", he Naranja Community church at .
: Royal Poincianas 10 a. m. Friday Rev. Will J. Car. '

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By Anne Mthw Fitzpatrick
I H. A Cameron secretary.
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; O gorgeous leaflet nosegay, *ct lot
treasurer; and a board of director <
'round with emerald lace,
:Including Wm. R. Crow, Carl De. '
You are a fitting corsage a giant
I to den, Dr. J. A. Smith, Frank U,
got grow.Tli '
Skill B. M. Duncan and Lee .
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only he who live beneath a I .
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Lehman. . .
poinciana tree
; I -"Quite a crowd surprised Mr .
That see the mottled petal bidingsmli
: :and Mr*. Frank Skill Friday, the "
of trees to be.
c4u ft, occasion being Mr. and Mr*. Skill .
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tenth wedding anniversary, tIDI -

The CCC I spoon, pans, etc.. being much In .
.vMenc* . ."
r When the Civilian Conservation -"The local school trustee -

Corp closed it* book on June 39, have recently purchased five acne

It had completed nine and a guar . of land west of the present Homestead '

ter yean of service In conservingthe school lite and an up-to- '

., natural and human resourcesof :3, tit .F date, $39,000 high school will to.:
America. During that period, atrb / built soon. . ,*

f CCC camp under the Jurisdiction i --Mm. L. Jordan and ion, Cyrus ';
of the U. S. Forest Service and the t'1'I rsYQOW/1r ? left for New Fork Sunday af.

I state forester advanced the cauw caws GbYJiQL4rs'( :J' 8Y I ernoon where they will remainor

of forest conservation In Florida -nu ofoQQG sr .iH2 To V. '" a month or six week" (Bad

by at least a generation both on / f/ZA771GiwS 7JlS Mt LO GI SNtN/ ; I land) "
the national forest and on state u_
IS 7VR 77IRRLG''QU4OT CftflWYOJUQ I
and privately owned landi. A & for The court
ST. TCRCSt/AG- doing so. discharged
total of over 3.200,000 man-day = I him but! said the rule still held ,
of work was done, of which two- 1.OR/Oqi .
11ood. Funny old world bn'1lt?
thirds was on state and
private
Oh, I know your come-back: the
lands Highlights of the work
In Florida Include accomplished the- The THREE-QUARTER CENTURY CLUB ofSt. weekly during the winter seams U some 1,600 world 1* all right; If* the people '

following Items: Petersburg, la Indeed one of the most unusual fans and have been featured several time in who are wrong. Haven your own

The CCC boys In improving the In the entire world. It restricts Its membershIp Metro Path and Fox New Reels.Th wa" .

j phy icsl facilities of the to persons 75 year of age or older and member GREEN ROSE wood by Mrs T, V.
I built over 3,000 miles of for..ts'j+ are drawn from all sections of the United State Cashen of Jacksonville Is extremely Interesting.It A* wa expected, Premier Laval

s \? 2000, bridges. They erected 379 and Canada. They organize their own teams, differs in shape from ordinary rose and i* a has urged the French to cast their

) buildings, built 239 miles of fence8 hold dunce, card parties and enjoy numerous distinctive greenish color. The bush Itself Is lot with Germany, giving the "RedMenace"

and strung 343 mile of telephone other activities. Charles W. Eldridge, who I 11 108 mall and was first planted nearly 60 years *goby a* his excuse.

I liner.Ruads, } yean of age, I* their oldest member. He is halt its owner. Sine then, It ha been transplanted I.

and telephone are 1m- and hearty, up-to-date, reads everything and helps nine time., and still appear to be hardy a* Puerto Rico' governor, R. 0.'".

portent In forest fire protection. I manage ,the famous Kids A Kubs the club'. hue- ever. U is a rare variety! ef a Chinese rose. Tugwell. stepped oft In Miami to-

In addition 108 lookout tower j ball player Their baseball team play twice_ say that the Island two million
e were erected, 19860 mile of fire- people Imported 39 per cent of
break cleared, and fire hazards'i I
their food. They could not ship
reduced along 900 miles CURRENT out If yon wish,. but the bill will Russian baron who just a leg In' '
their and
main sugar, Tug-
crop
be practically the lime know the strife between the Red and
and on over 80,000 additional\ ; you welt was up to ask for fifteen
acres, CCC boy spent COMMENTBy you guaranteed us a fixed per cent the White armlet, the latter losing million dollars to tide them over
on our Investment Dam their out. Both the baron and bit
000 man-day on general tire protective -
AGNEW WELSH until he could get them to raising
work and 83,000 man-day, investments; they can be made to wife were arrested, sentenced to their own food- low and hard
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fighting fire Larply'throUlh look Ilk a ituffd toad. country. She was doing fairly well
EMM. MoMI a r.. WdW. .. --- until a throat Infection Job. They are yet our "depeo- .
fire control + put
the and an
Improvements .
I _ .... -c-o.... I dency"-more of a liability than
facilities constructed by the CCC,) . ... to MriMut m ItwHk .sass The Duke of Windsor think be end to her singing They came an asset M are, the bulk of the .
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i .ariaefts. here
hoping to find the
I the Florida Forest and Park Service .. .. Arnow w...., sir a. L might spare us tome of hi*.labor- rainbow' insular possession of any country -
| has been able to provide fire lido owed. r.at. ria I ass Do you mean those who lately end but It proved to be the end ,

| j control for millions of acre of Collier says that freight train made trouble over there Itw..n' of the lane. They wtrtf down and .
t private timberlands that otherwise :' to long that we out formed a suicide pact to be
of ago were
the air will be a possibility of II The navy department 1* taking
i would have carried out the next day but the
continued to suffer the Immediate future-that I'' pending billions a year to ;;take over Chicago hotel and the latMt -
lever damage annually At the could lot wait The husband
f plane carrying four ton of freight care of our own unemployed and
one -are already
beginning of ties CCC In could not pay for cremating the
program when this war end we will probe
also tow three
can
glider the
(non- Steven, with 3,000 rooms, and
1933 only 600,000 acre of state ably be doing It again. Anyhow, body the Coral Gables Woman'Cilub *
motored thus
), increasing carrying Congress, with 1,000. The StaYOlll'iJ
> and private forest lands In Florida we do not need any more bolita cam to his relief and to
capacity 130 cent.e in
per touted the hotel
; them the baron U "loet as Urged
received fire protection. ,By January devotee to light
J, 1942, this had Increased to e e but to memory (rather) dear". the world. .
: i over 4, 900,000 acre Marshall Field, owner of New . . *

. Fur towing in forest nurseries. York' non-advertising daily, PM, On June 23 w* bad 12,000 prime A New York detective whose Collier' say there are yet 21

33,000 bushels of pin sonar wet!i'wants Its editor Ingersoll, given contractor for government work, specialty I* crooked card game toll highway in the U. S. covering -
. 'a draft deferment because he is with 70,000 subcontractor -Our a total of 331 Fifteen
j t' collected. Over 17,800 acrt of,! layi ,that the recent doubling ot miles
"Indispensable" to the unemployment has been cut from
: a denuded land were planted to|' paper. No soldiers' pay will result In t mil of these road are privately own
,
man I* indispensable anywhere. twelve million In depression day the longest one, 18 mile, being
make future forests. Timber stand, lion and a half dollar a day being
Improvement work wa done on i His employer would be In a terrible to 1,750,000 In theN hiphipbur- spent on gambling, and most In Duval County. It there f re any"relics" j
fix if the rah one*.
man should die around we'are (0
sure
over 225,000 acre Nearly 33,500 of it on crooked game
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'I Raus* mlt him. have
, I man-day were spent on surveys, them.
. and the timber wa estimated on I| Russia place Germany' losses Germany hold a million and * *

i bout 860.POO acres. j The million of ton of scrap in killed, wounded and missing at quarter French soldier a a Mariner say that the lume of
prisoners
Perhaps the greatest benefit i rubber we are saving help but are ten million men for the first year I of whom ,between two and- Miami' public and private lightIng *
I rendered by the CCC in Florida but a drop In, the bucket to what of the war. In March Germany three hundred thousand can be discerned 33 miles at
are II
; j hat been to the boys, largely recruited -I we need. In 1941 we importedmore admitted her losses to have from over-work and lack of sea r.

: 1 y ithln the state, who lived| than a million tons from; a million and a half. Our beom.. ishment. She offer to exchange hour- .

, T and worked In the camps. They South, America and Africa oneper losses have been announced a three 111 one for one able-bodied Just how big a toot a girl can

l learned useful trade and habits cent each; Ceylon, six; Malay:Las 10,000 up to June German prisoner. Such generosity make of a boy It well Illustrated Jj
, of industry and lelf-rellanc and' 94; East Indies, M; all other countries e e e by a local case.' A Miami youth .

: developed strong and healthy 1 two per cent I The old city cemetery at Miami I abstracted $38,000 of his employ 46

I 4. bodies. Army officer find exCCC ,! e e e contain the mouldering dust of Suggested simile a* entertainIng er'i fund with which to show his .

) boy who enter the armed1 1: A Nevada senator points out I the count of Covadonga heir to i at assisting a moron solve a girl "a good time' -show her how

force to be in much better than JI that the bureau of mine In Its the Spanish throne, and in the : crou-word puzzle. good a spender he was, a regular .

I average physical trim. and a* a:poking around the Rocky Mountain I broom-closet of a city moratorium I e t, hIIh-rollll'.1c. And by being

result of their CCC Draining In region has discovered vast.rests an urn containing the ashesoars When ... were In the tint foot enough to permit such wild ,

first aid and "in such specialized i deposit of mineral and i'jot a Russian baronet A writer world ,war the Red Cross started pending of money, the contributes \'

skills as truck and tractor driving needed which we have been Importing -!recently dug up the; latter fact, re- a :campaign to raise 23,000 In to the wrecking of this

and telephone maintenance able: largely due to low labor vtvlnglh trade end ol a twauti- Dade County, and we thought we' young 11II,,', life. But this to one .
In a short time to handle the!cost in ether lands. Grim rtece ful and talented women on a were doing wonders. of the case where th* Woman '

me hanlsd equipment of modern:city doe*. sometime belp u* help mar day U yean ago awn-I . doe not pay

war'are. :ourselvel and now force u to be city was horrified by a An acre of pie tor soldier boy* I-

When the boy go'home they la tort of Isolationist tlly-oniy. Not that such are Wilt recently spread out at Ellington A recent "Comment" touched oa

will be more useful citizen of e e here indeed they bay run Into Field New York. They costUncle air frtuht'train* of the near fu- F

their communities. They will be|! When It come to Jockeyingwith the hundred 'line then, but the Sam 17 cots per. ture. A St. LouIe man, presidentof .

enthusiastic conservationists and .a treat corporation the city (manner wa to dreadful plunge . the American aeronautical as-

may be counted on, through the![of Miami generally lose out.Wow from atop on of the baytraatsky Just to test whether we really soclation, say a dozen type of ,

yean to com, to actively'aid In'[the city want to cut street light scraper hpteta. She had been had liberty In our land a Philadelphia .' gllder-trallen are possible and lie

protecting and wisely using JFlori.t .(IM M per cent and the power eoav a prima donna U a Russian reporter took a pictureo1slrLtievtluBelksasd.re of, to going to build the* "after the ..sas

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! Friday, July 17; 1942! HOMESTEAD LEADER AKD ENTERPRISE Page Five

of cancer victim fill to see a
: FLORIDA CITY CURE OF CANCERBY doctor before it t; too late due

Bf Warren SetvrrMn. sometime to false pride embarrawment -
In and Jlround I RADIUM I TOPIC or shams 'I

J. w. Caves and son Mer- Dr. Roblnton since his retire
I rell, left Friday for Puerto BJco meat ha become one of the Red.
i where they will Join Mr. Cave OF TALK TO CLUB land Diitrlcfl tnort successful

Homestead i|Ronald Cave will sUy with hit r grower and shippers of citrus and )
grandparents Mr. and .Mrs J. S. avocado and he expressed no Intention t
i I Caves. t A talk on the cure of cancer of resuming active practici i
with radium WM given by Jrt ti

4s. -. Li it. W. L. Sawyer U. S. N. tage while Mr. Hudson I* employed I I Mrs Glenn Merritt and her Carl F. Robinson at a meeting of ti

. resident officer In charge of contraction by Southern Bell Telephone -I.. eight and one-half pound ion. 'the Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday i BOAT EXrtaUENCI NEEDED
( for the Florida Key Co. They plan to be hereabout Ciena, Jr. returned Thursdayfrom noon In Legion halL Jacksonville, July It-Men
aqueduct, returned last night from, six weeks. Thomas Jr won the Kendall hospital Dr. Robinson, a specialist In She: qualified to operate Mewl engines i
n Atlanta where h; spent several i la prize for being the healthiest\ treatment of cancer with radium i on small boat.-and exp.riasostO f

itr day on bustaess.Mr baby In a recent baby show in C. R. Tlsdale who suffered an came to the Redland thrtrlc eight ,electrician*-art needed for seeevice I
Jacksonville. > L ,.ara'aco to retire and recuperate In the Naval Reserve. "
attack of ptomaine poisoning returned ,
*. Willard Lewis of Key West Wednesday from the James from radium bum which he sustained Applicant inUIt have bad ex- .

I* pending a week In Homestead Roy Chandler and wni. J. Ger. Archer Smith Hospital.Mr. la following his profession. ,perience on fishing veetel*. salvage
a visiting friends and relative Her onlmo, president and secretary, At the present time, all of hit :vessel or other mull craft con.Idend .
mother Mrs. Jesse Gossman I* respectively ofh.. Homestead bum hive been cured with the suitable for defense use In
and Mn. L. J. Walkup are exception of one small spot on afinger
West this week :detente force Age range between -
in Key .
i staying Rotary Club wilt! go to Jacksonville I
Miami where Mr. Walk.
staying which 1* fait getting well. .
Mr. Gossman, their daughter .. 1750.Volunteers
L with Sunday to ,attend the state I
up ii employed he Mid. Until recently many radium at the
Eloise, and their lon-tn-law, Mr. assembly to be held In the Roosevelt 1 I may apply
.r specialists did not retire in stations In Miami.
recruiting
. Lewis. navy
Hotel
on Sunday, Monday and
time to avoid fatal results from
'. Tuesday. MIn Bonnie Myers of Miami
' t Was a week-end guest of her handling the radium. the doctor
. parents
and Mrs. Ormond Cash and
Mr. ,ukL Now there If a method of RATINGS OKN
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here ] ;Mr. and Mn. Wm. E. MyenMr
I. have returned
small daughter Miss Ila Jean Irwin will compUte administering the treatment which Jacksonville i July -If you $
a from Baltimore where Mr. Cash} a six-week business course I protect the) doctor. can swing a hammer and would
.. had bean employed. at Miami Technical High School *. Lloyd Delta and daughter, I There are only two pound of .like to us* your skill In the fight !
.. Saturday. She ha been staying at Phyllis and Mn John Barker radium in the world and one I against the Axis, you can volunteer
..' Mrs. Blanche Bishop of Miami the Y. W. C. A. building.Mr. were Wednesday: dinner guest at Awenty-:; lghth of an ounce 1* In the navy today. Ratings
.... and her ton, Corp. Martin Bishop the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. worth shore than a million dollar, .an open for men who quality at
'Of Morrison Field, West Palm Caves. D4 Robinson said. pay ranging from $71 to IMS per
. Beach, visited friend In Homestead and Mrs. S. L.West Thank to radium, the sufferer mnolh Age range between 17-
,. Tuesday.Mrs. tained Saturday Mr. 'and enter.j L C. Aldrch spent the weekend from cancer now has a fifty-fifty 94
E. Wilcox of Atlanta and with Mr. and Mrs. Frank chance to recover if he seeks Applicants must furnish three

r.1 aI Wm. Bradley and son, L Mr E.*. J. I Stalling in Miami. medical cart In time. Hundred letter of recommendation.

I. Billy left Sunday for their home In MarkWl1cox1Of.Mlaml'i
yean
In Groveland after spending several Mn. Fritz Schroeder left Mon
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phone and Telegraph Co: is par
week with Mrs. Bradley ticularly Interested In the'Redland day for Kobe Sound for a week'


7 Mrs. Pat Boatwright and daughters G. :Kirbywho has been Mrs. W. R. Ooodlng I* visit ng NOTICEBecause ':
" relatives at Bassenger. Fla.
Patty and Dixie, are spendingthe visiting his brother and sisterinlaw -
" week with Mrs. Boatwrlghfs Mr. and Mrs. T. E. KIrby, for f
n. parent, Mr. and Mr*. A. J. Camp several day left Monday for his Miss Milfred Severy returned
bell. home in Baltimore. Tuesday from a one-month stay
, at the Kendall hospItaL some of the stores in i

II' Camlla Fosi of Miami! a guest Howard Kirby, ion of Mr and \
> Mr and Mn. Herbert Vann and
this week of Joy Peter at the
Mrs. T. E. returned home
<1 home of Joy' grandparents, Mr. this week after Kirby spending a weekIn Mr. and Mn. Fred Chapman of Homestead will not co-operate, !
South Miami visited Mn Blanche
and Mrs. A. J.
CampbelL Miami with his uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs: Paul Teu'xm. Chapman several day this week. will discontinue our Wednesday -
Among those who plan to Mn Chapman has recovered from we
; Tuesday to attend the leav'l I her recent illness.
0n Baptist Assembly at Stetson Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Smyth of half-day closing July 22.
..f versity are: Mill Ann ,, Redland left this week for a one- A community gathering will be
Miss Frances Byrd, Miss Mary I I month stay at Hendersonvllle, N. held each Wednesday evening at

'p. France Rutland, Lynne Irwin, .... 8 in the Community Church. Everyone
,.;.;;;... U Invited.
II Wilbur Caves and Theodore Or-
fanedes. H. Collier who underwent an
of I I I" ,1"I I operation at Victoria Hospital lastweek Miss Oracle Torclae returned Friday FRANKLIN GROCERY CO.

II Orvll Irwin left this week on a was returned to his home from a visit of several weeks
with Mr. and Mrs. Guiccu-
Wednesday. Tony
vacation trip to Indianapolis
H. ardo of Tampa.
11 Franklin and Kansas City.
e plans to visit the Rev. and Mrs. Mr*. Cecil Robertson is expectedto
C. N. Walker at.Socrunt ,on ,hi return today from a twoweekvisit Mr. and Mrs E. Hamilton and
family left last week for Cbuckaluskee -
way to_Indianapolis in Covington, Ga.
.
Fla. after spending several

Jtfrt. W. D. Friend who spent the month here. HOMESTEADSWIMMING
t C. J. Penman left Friday for a
winter here left Monday for Winslow
:. Aril. tour of markets In Philadelphia,
POOL
New,York.Buffalo, Rochester and
e Chicago. He win visit relatives in
Mn. Chas. W. Camp will leave
i Toledo and Norwalk and on his win be drained and cleaned
next week for Washington, D. C. HOTELPATRICIA
11. return will be accompanied by
where she will visit her son and
instead of
Mrs. Parma and their daughter every Saturday
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Ardel who have been In Toledofor Monday until further notice
Z, Camp. Later she will go
I to Chicago to visit her sister, Mrs: a month. ,
F. J. Byington. -" ART McKEE Pool Manager
t.Irt. Augustus Wynn, who underwent 312 S. E. 2nd Ave. ,
i 1a Mrs. Wm. Fox left Saturday for an appendectomy 10 days
a vacation of several weeks sf ago, will be returned from the MIAMI
t Shelby, N. C James Archer Smith Hospital to
0 1 day. Miss Doris Baker was re-
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hudson of turned to her home In Miami from e Overlooking bay an* river. EDWARD STILING

Jacksonville and their Infant son, the hospital Roy Harris of Miami I Two blacks from Flatter
Thomas, Jr. are at present livingIn I(was taken to the hospital for
one of the Webb tourist cot treatment Wednesday. I Street. REALTORReal

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MISS MARY FRANCES ARTHUR GIVES MALCOLM-FUCK WEDDING jALLA DEGLER IS INSTALLED NOBLE
III I TO TAKE FLACK 01 NEW YORK' I
'. SUPPER PARTY HONORING CLASSMATES The marriage of Miss Virginia 1 1 GRAND OF LIBERTY REBEKAH LODGE

-- I Lee Frick and Corp. Carson Mal -
,Mil Miry France Arthur, Student Miss Mary Martha Cay, Miss Car. colm will take place In New York District Deputy President Marjorie [Grand Marshal Margaret Nick-

t nun at Jackson Memorial ma Redman Miss Mary New, City come time next month. Miss Beattl and her staff of anon. Grand Chaplain Alma Kop. '.
Miss Ethel Thiel and Miss Polly pel, Grand Financial Secretary ,
Frick will leave Sunday for Jacksonville
Hospital who It spending her va- grand officers from Coral Rebekah
Cheshire. I where she will Spend two Harriet Tallman, Grand RecordIng -
ration her with her parent, Mr. I No. 13 of Coconut Grove j
Others present Included: Mr, weeks before going to New Yorkto Dodge Secretary Daisy Chroniater,
'and Mr. A. F. Arthur give I John Barker, Mn. Edw. Welkins, visit a former roommate at Installed-offices for Liberty Re Grand Musician Barbara Hendry
buffet supper kit night in honor Mn. Chas. Tldwell. Mrs. Ray .Stetson University Mn. F. W. bekah Lodge No. 4< in the I. O. O. and Grind Inside Guardian Lelia

of her hospital roommate, Miss I Downs Mn. Wm. McMichael, Mn. Miller. The exact date has not F. hall Monday night Installed Centro.
Martina Burch, and other classmates Jack Sullivan Mn. Sidney Ken. been set for'the wedding. I were: Alia Degter, noble grand; I The vice-grand ot Liberty Lodge

at the hospital. Miss Burch drlck. Miss Virginia Trick, Miss Corp. Malcolm is now studyingat Florence Pacettl, vice-grand; ,presented the noble grand with a
pent the week-end herewith Miss I I Alta Webster, Miss Elizabeth Me- the army'. academy of aeronautics Dorothy Barker, warden; Thelma I past noble grand's Jewel, I gift
Arthur. ilwain, Miss Mary Grace English, at La Guardia Field. He Radford, conductor;:Anna M.mlth _- I from the lodge.
After upper, bridge, dart Miss Suzy Leggett, Miss Katherine Is assistant class leader.. chaplain; Gertrude Cap The noble grand presented to
throwing and other games were Marsh, Miss Jan Gatlin. linger, musician; Hannah Moon, 'the Installing staff gift from the
played. I I Mist Mary Dana Brown and Miss> right supporter to the noble lodge and to her own officers,
Th other honor guests were: Barbara Don. JEANNE CALKINS TO WED grand; Nellie M'han, left supporter gifts from herself. She presented
EDISON EARL GANNAWAY to the noble grand; Gussle [also to Mn. Blanche Chapman and

LEGION MEN AND WOMEN WOMAN'S CLUB APPOINTS Mr. and Mrs.. Wayne F.;Calkins Joiner, right supporter to the vice- Mn. Dixon gifts for perfect at

HAVE SUPPER AT HALL RED CROSS DELEGATES I' of (20 Thirteenth avenue, Miami, grand' ; Bell Garrett, left supporter tendance. ; .
the former residents of Redland, are to the vice-grand; Clara Dixon, Th vice-grand 'Presented gifts-v
M the July meeting of ,
Members of John O. ,
Salley Post, Woman's Club ol 'Homestead announcing the engagement of Inside guardian; and Carrie, MeCullougK of appreciation to- Mra ..;,Joiner,'a, .
American Legion, and'of the Legion their daughter, Jeanne, to Edison outside /
Monday night Mrs W. R. Anderson guardian. Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Degjer-: ;.
Auxiliary, together" wM their A. E I Earl Gannaway of Miami. The The Installing oUlcerswore long After the Installation, refinsilt*'*., l
and Mrs were
families, enjoyed a cover*! :dish Paul Wedding will take Aug. I white lac and ,
place dresses
appointed-to represent. the club plnfeand meats; were served bj.M/n,Ireo*< ,!,
,!upper at Legion hall WednesdayBight _t, the Red Cross meeting called In the White Temple'Methodist. green corsage In the pup were:' Shanklio,.ctrl. .Mahan .and Mn,..,"
Church in Miami. .Grand Warden Ethel .Vandercar
,..Ch plnan.
'J.T .
for Wednesday morning. Mn.:
Present were: Dr. and Mn Geo. '
Miss Calkins lived here 'since . ,.-,
., Hammett, president, In making "
D. Ruehle,' Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence childhood :"
arly and with her
Pope, Mr. and Mn. Edw. J. the appointment stated that a surgical moved toMiami in J937 parents i PRESBYTERIAN GROUP MEETS' ,,,PAatMANLEKfAN COMMJJTrVHAS ;

Norman Mr. and Mn. Ben Archer, dressing room will be openedin when their Redland home was WITH MRS LOUN8BUEY' CHICKEN-SUPPER .
Mr. and Mn. Wm. J. Geronlmo, the Red Cross Quarters In Homestead destroyed by fir*. She attended The 'Woman' .Auxiliary of Employees of the Parman-Leb.-;; .
Mr. and Mn. C. E. Bullard, Mr.and ? and all members' of the Redland school but was graduatedfrom Homestead Presbyterian Church man Packing Company and"their! f i\
club are urged to help In the making I met July 9 at the home of Mn. ,
families enjoyed chicken
Mn P. D. Reams, Mr. andMn. Miami High School. After I a supper < t
r Joel J. Robinson Mr. and, of the county tjuota of a million attending business college, she was I Robinson Wm. Lounsbury. Mrs. Carl' F Monday evening at the home of
I conducted the Bible
Mn J. W. Irwin Mrs. M. A. surgical drelltnl"Announcem.nt employed by Christopher Motors. Mr and Mn. Gotcn Kufeldt.
''Berger Mn H O. Hall. Mrs. J.W.! was made also study and Mn. Paul Haley, the i idevotlonals. Present Mr. and .
Mr. Gannayaw, a son of Mr. and I were: Mn. Lee
Et ('English, Mn Ceo .W. Turner, Jr.,', of the salvage of fats and of the Mn. T. W. Gannaway of Miami, I Others H. Lehman, Mr and Mn. W. A.
present were: Mrs. N.
Mrs.. Fred Redd Mrs. Lamar Ken1drlck scrap metal campaign. was graduated from Edison High !Van King, Mr and Mrs. Grady Stepp,
rank's.
Geldren Mn.
"
Hathaway
Mrs 1(. H. Ewing. Miss I I('I The club voted to have a social School and attended telephone 1 Mr. and Mn L L. Cannlngton
Mn. A. F Darling Mrs M. .
Ruth Fox Irving J. Lyon, L. C. meeting after each of the business school at Atlanta I Mr. and Mn. Douglas Killings..
M. Black Mn
R. C. Jackson, Mrs. | k
The hostess,
meetings.
and ,, appointed worth Mn. RoBerta
Ruth
Rugglc- Dorothy Roams, > Harrison,
on -' M. W. Kent, Mrs C. Ben Plummer, w
Porothr and Robert Kuhn, Helen by the president, will ar Mrs..Pet* Morgan, Mn.
sod 'Th: ; ; Mr!. J. A. Ricks, Mn. T. L.Hodges | ShirleyOliver
Pusan and Allen Pope. Mary freahments. d-1 ( Mn. Aaron pordy, R M. :
Mrs F.. M. Baichelor ,!
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Grace English Annabelle Redd : ""--"'""'"' Wimblsh, Jack Stepp Louis Johns, i
come from the club treasury.Mn. Mrs. Geo. B.. Oldham. and Mrs.I '
,-and Bobby Hall..roMII'lTEEi I James L Bird was named July 21-Meeting of W. S. C. S.1 I Glenn Buie. Christine KitluigsworUv' "Betty
circles In church. Jean, Annie Mae -and Clarence
NAMED hostess for the August meeting.A July 22 of w.I King Betty and Freddie Canning
-Meeting Redland
: NEIGHBORHOOD .
social half
hour followed the CLUB
ton, Betty Hurrlson,'Jo'ce ,
S. c. S. Morganand
In church.
FOR W. \1. U. SOCIETYA business meeting. I SEWS FOR RED CROSS
July 28 of Linda Sue Stepp.
-Meeting Jennie
nominating committee, appointed -j i Present were: Mn. Zek Martin, Lobdell Th Redland Neighborhood: Club
Circle
with Miss
at a meeting of the W. M. Mrs. Walter Weiss, Mn. Herbert EstherLivingston. did Red Cross sewing at a meeting
U. of the First Baptist Church of'Katz, Mn. E. A. Buchanan Mn. Wednesday afterV\oon Ii the horn For results use Leader-
Aug. Business
Homestead Tuesday afternoon inj) Bird. Mrs. Hammett, Mn. Ander. meeting of of Mn. R. A. Holmes. Enterprise Classified Ad ,
the church, consists of Mrs. T. E.I"son, Mn. Paul and frs. H. K.!Junior Woman's Club In club ,'t't.IW'

Kirby, Mn. C d.o. Robertson and I Foulk. house.Aug. S-Meeting of Homestead "" .."*) Tit rr" uu =. .....11I11- i
Mn. Earl Y Mn. Frank Irwin -
B. P. W. C. at Avocado Lodge.
president presided. MRS. WEBSTER ENTERTAINS
Appointed to plan I picnic for RAIN OR SHINE CLUB Aug. Luncheon meeting of

the society were Mn. S. U West Members of the Rain or Shin'Mn.Episcopal Auxiliary at home of Jack '1

I Ms. O. J. Wollam and Mrs. T. T. Club were entertained at luncheonby Aug.Frank 10.-Meeting W. StiUman.of Intermediate Polk DIXIE DRUG ::

Bowen. Mn. Julian It Webster In O. -
A. with Barbara
: Mrs. R. E. Edwards of Circle honor of the birthday anniversary Smith. Jean rams II and 1111. .

Three lave a talk on "Nations and tot Mn. Fred Redd. r ;
Their Obedience" and Mrs W. B. Coven; were laid for: Mn. Helen I -
I
Gives t>f the same circle spoke on Hackler, Mrs. Frank L. Skill, Mrs. at the home of Barbara Jean EXTRA VALUE COMIINATION "
"The Virtue of Obedience" T. Faust.. Mn. W. H Rheney, Smith, on Aug. 10, It was an. EXTRA VALUE COMBINATION ,It},

f Present were: Mrs. O. A. West, Mn. Jess L. Faith, Mn. Frank B. nounced. full pmt r wvresfiMIfffKAtOll Tube Slog Brvsh/est
( o h Mrs A. a Smith, Mn. S. L. Ken. Rue, Mrs. Lee H. Lehman Mn.. Present were: Mn. T. T. Bowen, end pi,. .soj SHAVING CREAM ;
t F\ drlck, Mn. Chas Martin, Mrs O.I If Carl Deden, Mn. Redd and Mn. I sponsor, Winfred Danzey, Connie \ Punted ASPIRIN I
I C Redford Mn. S. A. King, Mn.i Webster. Campbell. Ruth Rutland, Barbara [ end 2 '''11'. Slag BLADES
r
I Emma Wright, Mn. T. D. Piche, Jean Smith and Ruth and Betty Real Savings for you jjTheir Combination for
j. Mr*. Catherine Plckard Mrs. J. Byrum. i on needed Items.twv.u (OiJ
i I T. W. A.'S MEET WITH >\ smooth shaves.
F Tom V nn, Mn. J. R. Chambllss, 'MRS. R. E. EDWARDS I COIOTH
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Mrs. J. R. Pope Mrs. Julia Polk, Mn. R. E.: Edwards W. 8. U S. TO MEET fOil yyc Ih value 390
g I' entertained, J %... ." "ME nowt" .. ...
Mrs S.'L West Mrs Bowen, loin.I the Y. W. A. of the First Baptist IN CHURCH TUESDAYTh : -"

I Caves, Mrs Edward, Mn Irwin, I Church of Homestead at her home W. S. C. S. circles of the EXTRA VALUE
I Mrs. Kirby and Mn. Wollam. I Monday evening. Miss Ellen Vann Homestead Methodist Church will Luau= EXTRA VALUE COMBINATION

? had charge of the program. meet together Tuesday afternoonIn I o/ Size CHIRKOSOJI for

I' MRS. SMITH HOSTESSTO Others present were: Miss Mebet the church The Outlook Circle | coughs due to coldi and Php.of 30 Stag MAVINff LOTION oJMm

W. M. U. CIRCLE __ Ruth Pope, Miss Ann Shackle. will meet at 'I o'clock Hiesdiy SpecieCOLD TAStin Ste SHAVE me
Circle Two of.the W M. U. of ford and Miss Fern Robertson evening at the horn,of Mlu Mary Get real relief from For that luxurious after

., the First Baptist Church met recently McNeil and the Jennie Lobdell told symptoms and shave teelrng.to. .
I. at the home of Mrs. A. D. O. A. CROUP MEETS Circle, July 28 at the horn of Miss cold 1 coughs Vol"

Smith. Mrs. A. E. Paul had chargeof AT STRUM HOME: Esther Livingston BOTH II09V.U FOR '75C 2M BOTH KIR 3 9C

J the program, and Mrj.: C. O. The Intermediate. A. of the .MM M MOOYti m w aa.R wesns
Robertson live the devoUenat first Baptist Church met Monday]

Present were: Mrs. S. A. King afternoon at the home of Ruth and j I SEE PTRA VALUE COMIINATIONM EXTRA YAW[ COMBINATION
Mrs. Jt R. B rum. Mrs Betty Byrnm for a program on I
Snyder. Mrs.. Gordon Ivey, Mrl.1 I mission work. IU j .)lra. Arvilla Booth pint Ml 31 SOLUTION Tube Slog Say CREAM a
SHAVING
'. R. Domy, Mrs. Chas. Martin, I :=cream was seR d by : geeCIIARIS I Good lit"" TOOTH SKUSH Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. Paul and | i A-1111 0n4 2 0le9., S"Hot. .,

Mrs. Smith. i The next meeting will be .held,!.1 I quickly--so Values like these aarry.go Jolt ... Graend Big favorite NIADES t.t

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Home Corsetry I i[ r t s ftf 90H *o* 9C aateed blade.. ;:"',

Membra I-M9 \EitabUslw lt!7 I 1 ri I seer r / woesca t.- 9e. .:ie

.. .Prices from- ,
SUTTON JE\VELRV'CO. : I

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'- 3.50 to 13.95 .. Try Our Home Made j
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Miami's Oldest Jewelry StoreDiaawodaWatebeeJewelrySiIntwan : ;'

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I 31 N. W- 4th Street Mango Ice Cream

In E. ruttar 8tr*. MUsainerlda .
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J. Fried Chicken IP21; I IFOR

i RATS; First t
Jy Katharine, FihetIt r" t JHouseviivest"COOK

O.-, GentH.ea.4 ped Amiss ': .' ; !

++4f 44-J-+*-I4-+4-+4-++4- RENTTWO -WANS--- ---J;
I Fried chicken always a prim favorite, eomea Into its aw at Oils
. Urn th* year. For now the cupply ef fryer, both free and quick- fORK CHOPS SLOWLY I -
, frown, .cat It* best Red ....11' It* cheeped What's more, fried thicken Among the most delicious of small houses, partly furnlihed BnLDtNQ
I .. la dish that Is easily prepared end -wont keep you overlong In year A. Ennli, N. W. Ave. I RESTRICTIONS
I' .. kitchen .Her* _-.._ van of frying chicken **'y. earefnTly tested meat dishes are pork chop and and 2nd St Government
6,_. and tasted la our Institute kitchens. After '011'"* tried then w* knew they rank high In food value, too, (Pjy24) I Building Order win.

,..'II.rea they'are secrete worth knowing. foe they are an outstanding source 50-ACRE TRACT-aearcd; ready permit the following:

--- of the important B vitamins, as to grow anything. Just off In.I BUSINESS or COMMERCIAL
Pan Fried Chicken
R ..... well as of protein graham highway, east of Goulds. BUILDINGS costing $3,000 M

'With Floor *f Cornmeal Coaling Buy fryers (1" U ttt ft& each) Inez S. Willson, home economist, Mr Llchtenbcrg, Congress Bid,., less.
Split lengthwise or quartered. If larger cut up as for fricassee Roasting gives these directions for cooking Miami. FARM BUILDINGS, costing $1OMor
chickens may be ....,rIed It first simmered tender. 1....
either pork chop or steaks: They I
Beat enough tat or oil In a heavy skillet er should be cooked slowly and thor. FURNISHED house for rent Set RESIDENTIAL-Addltlons or new

chicken you're fryer in alia"to ma., a tt* to 1i' layer. Us .akllieteit oughly. The fat of pork U valuable L. O. Hall at Berger residence construction costing lest than

as energy food and It should r 10th and Krome. j3tf) $500.
Chan but do not the chicken. Coat REPAIR
dry by shaking; not be sizzled too AND ilNTKNANCEwOt
I la a paper bag with 1: flour for iJ a, lour and temperature which away by would high also s PARTLY furnished house in Florida all types of buildings U en.couraged .
It a. cornmeal) mixed t 1 tbip. ,.
harden the lean portion. The City; running hot and cold by Government and no
Piece 1 a few pieces at a Urn IB the hot fat and
brown an all side Reduce beat cover er ant as preferred chops will be Juicy and very ten. water; fruit trees; nice yard.Apply price limit Is placed on cost of

and fry tt-40 mia, er longer anti tender. der if you cook.them this way. Homestead Leader Phone work done. The design though
(1-4 tbip. water or cream nay be added to the chicken Brateed Pork Chops 2. (a24tf) should not be changed by repaint

pt..A..... rlsea 'after browning desired.) Place the chop In the pan with ABC LOANS are Still available for

._ ., As the pieces are fried keep hot to a Dowered the fat edge down. This browns SMALL furnished house, close in. the above types of Improve

. .....::::::. doabl. 'boiler or bow set ever hot water, et la a the fat and at the same time Mrs. May King, 111 N. W. 6Ui merits, to be repaid In monthly

covered casserole or roasting pea in a warn ***. enough fat ts cooked out to grease St., Homestead. (p-jnl9) payment of:

; Witt, EggwadOrsmb Coatingl 1'1 S a. sifted' dried bread enunb w the frying-pan. It the fat has beeq I 100 for 12 mo. 0 | I7T
' ,, /.. nimbdd I tbep. aalt. egg with a tbep. cold water. trimmed from the little 200 for 12 mo. 0 17.54
chops, a FOR SALE
f -.;Dip ehklnivin-crumbs,the* la egg. then n trum**, end fn'"a above lard, about one tablespoon, may be 1,000 for 38 mo. O 31.M
,??. flour may b* substituted for crumb*. added to the 2.300 for 80 mo 0 SUB '
frying-pan. Brown
' \ PAPAYAS for ..... Also small N. Dawn Payment
The GiLlett ---- the chops on both sides. Do not
t I'
loquat and mango"tree. Mr*. N* Red Tape
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t .-' H.you're fr>Ing .tihe...iseard and heart. simmer them -in* .mitt add any water. Reduce the heat, .N.: G. Ball, 13 N. &( Bth St. Come In and see us for additional
-t atmoer tender-before coatingand frying..The Hver.-en the other band, cover closely and cook at a low .
.: wgeir.e.. lyfewMBm.tee ef frying and so should he pet -SB ah* temperature until the chops are (myllO Information or Phone 62, Homo

.....:.j" Bjllet at the teak thoroughly done, turning occasion. stead. j
24-INCH< disc latest .
type, removable
.Main saw
4 Casey ally so that they will be uniformly teeth,.'. lth mandrill Brooker Lumber Co.
..v w .> s.o.thr rtcfc ere.nj> ti''*.y Is naps' in oVHetoBmea for Wwe+wg-e* cooked. The time required! Is 49
Bauer
$35. dr. and County Clul
1 ye **Vl*. .Mck.e.1'ryewmks.g Hthw way After to 60
:.<& .e7 .Nieept >'tbp.f the fat from the u'f: minutes depending upon the rd. Phone 245-V (pj>'3-10)) LOST
vwdd >:f milk er lob milk.and 4 hla-e *am. Oook ': 'While ; Pork chops take well to stuffing PLOW, 2 Cole planters sprayer,
r lbea serve with,-ce'w ertM chicken. If-,:want 91"-.1 too. This U a thrifty way of extending other 'tools Cha J. Fay now LOST In Florida CII7-Uht-eoa.

\,i. ,.tt. top bottles voad4asa0eaaw er 1 ""p. .minted parsley U the gravy the flavor of the meat and at 110 Fifth'street. (pjnlB I ored male Persian cut. Was wear.In.

lost Wen .ervfaig. making one good sized chop do fora collar with bells. For reward

Deep Fried Chickens hearty serving 'S-ACRE: lime grove, :2 miles from return to Dr. G. O. Brewster or

Dip aHa,. fryer do egg and -arum lie fr pan-frM hlke) .er Stuffed Park Chops bank bldg. Can be bought reasonable I. Mrs. Newt Ball. (pjlT<

sVtetter a* {oliewM-Stir ideates egg and m e.'enUk Mte 1.a coital pork chop . Mrs. M. A. Berger, Vf.:
'" u..atHwrpoe* 6our-wlth 146f.p.. sal and M tap. peeper fry two Or three
-rwupiee, of ehiekea a time btdeep fat or oil heated te B7J' F.._ *et'V U cup canned com Krome ave and 10th it, WANTEDWANTEDa
..-.4t 4o-brown aftM.f .,odd bread-ta 60 ...... Keep the Was 1H cups soft bread crumbs ''''4.
; Far IH fv and fry.until.tender about <080mA*. I tablespoons green pepper Homo.1 r

f. Or simmer .eut-e* thick** until fart .....*. The*...._,-***. -...Uhenimb chopped NOTICI UNDER ) grove care

,....... *..*. for pan-fried chic ca.sad deep tryat tt T..w Ul I tablesooa onion, chopped TO-*HO* IT NAYS MAY CONCERN LAW taker. Must have knowledge
iI "' j''' b ow.rbeet ,.. .. % teaspoon I Miittoi In berth, '"" that the nart. .....
salt .* .........t to tat "'kU_ Nun I of Persian limes
1 tablespoons melted butter Blatuw". Mow Bill No I ITS. CkapMSOWS N.
leg Law. of Florida. IM1 will mince, and their care. Prefer-
,wilt the Clark. ef Clrralt Cwn. In end .
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Mlq bread crumbs together with lee Do.. County rkirldn. nuw redpt U ably a man of 45 or 50
I That Luscious Lima Bean j jI proof of tile nvblioBUue of this Mitto. the
1 green pepper onion corn salt
: i ftotitloui name Ionia A. B. C. NEN5AGENCY. years of age seeking a
butter and egg. Brown pork chops ands which w. art tn uod'I
hyalnaaa somas r life time
seat N. connection.
at PuntAwn.
In a hot skillet, then place In B ... In the City of Miami Florida,
baking pan and put a mound of That the nartlai Inl.i.iw4 I* laid I bieb Redland area. A modern

com dressing on each one. Add % 1 see aalarprftM. art.. H M PADGETT fullowttI. home furnished. Applicant .

cup water cover and cook In a CHARLES F. THOMAf.
DAVE HrrR must hate highest
moderate oven (350') F.) about PAUL r.HFLN.
one hour. JACK FLLAXDER. references of character
Dated at Klaml. Dad c..a.... t......
July sth. rata.July and experience. Your
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AGRICULTURAL HINTS .1 reply should give your

Mulching papayas and other NOTICE Post OP TAX APPLICATION PbkoCkaaenr complete story. Salary

plants that have been attacked by 17411 A>.. of IStt depends ef.
root-knot nematodes will help :iRE AllhSI upon your
I NOTICE IB GIVEN!: that 11.// fort and results.
Apply
them to resist the. potts. Burnhaat. bolder of Stare and Covnt
Ortlfleataa Mo. HUe and IM1S. .......l Box A-UO Leader-En-
the Sr4 aar of Jun.. A. P. ...... .hat fiMaimo ,
In any offira. ana has made application tcrprise.
"Tighten bolts on farm machinery for a taa Aced ui be .issued tlnrvon.8atd .
at regular intervals" is good C.rtlf>caUa tntbrac the fcillwwin
_r!,d prfiftrtr. In the Couittr eI Dada, TUTORING WANTED !
hlgJJ
advice. However to help keep BUM of ",....... .....
cep them tight paint the ends Lots anaS. Pink M Aman. school and grid school subjects
protruding Plat of Woiland Park sub. Flat Kirs. H. J. Armstrong A. O
past the cute with a thick Book S, P.... 141 In tile Counts of ,
JJe.... Sub of Florida a* anbrarad In Plummer drive and Country
-',- err paint or varnish. O.rtifnt.. HI. 110&1. The _...... Dub road.
I BARCLAY1W I a and ,caper- under the and CarPaaqval -
BETTY
I y tiNea" trued w.a I. the aams. 01

fore ourselves to oat many I tablespoons brown sugar Because they are pr.cUcanYllon- ZH Anbmia.IM . r
t end Mock T, >urw rdI DR. M. A.
,food bemuse w* are told thy con K cup hot waterS poisonous to human beings and I '., a Sub. Flat nook IS. Pan S, BERGER
Well mineral animals barium carbonate In Ilia County of Oadt. Stair of Florbda
some TlUmln or we strips baconS most ..
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.
M b. In Otruflcata ha.I
.*.... 'So far a* Una beam areconoeraed to I marshmallows and red squill are Ideal poisons I its IS. Th aauaimmt of aid. Dropnt
w" eat them bemuse w* Limas buttered casserole Under the and Omfteaw heed arm DentistFirst
Put la a for killing rats. Rats that eat
like them a mighty good reason In the. nnm of Unkno.aVnl .
for eating food.' Check the dish,. adding water and Stirring In baits containing either of these I a> mid CortII'..... skull be .........
any butter and brown miner I lake .
salt adoordln law. the pruaartip doM- tbtdUMroln
order In your favorite restaurant In moderate even (3.0* r) for material become thirsty and, un- will W add to tile hl"'hM pl Uw National Bank
when Lima are listed with the about 10 minute (until therauKhly ess it is available la the building, at the Court BOOM door m the firm II....
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.tabl..lDei sae how consistently day hi the wash of BVH H4J
they .ar ordered. i heated Then place bacon strip hey will go out doors for water vrilnh h the Tth imf .t ant.niter, 1'4SDaud Building
over toP dot with marshmallows and die. These materials ar usually taoj 14th dajt <* lulf It4>.
Tt that Intcloo Utah beau If
and place under broiler flan until E. B. LCATHtKMAN.rkrk .
far mora than an enjoyable food brows.Lima mixed with bran, corn meal, rxreull Coun
golden
It tope the list of alkaline-reaction toasted a shorts oatmeal, or some other Da4a Otottnty FJ naaClnwt Office Hours 8:30-1:30

food that are needed to offset Chowder ..! food of which rats are fond at the tenet BValHr M a STtRRBTT D. C
acidity. It contain nor calcium cups cooked Llmas t of ("." n. ... SI. A.... T. IMSl Opts tveolaa .r A *otntcwal
rate of nine parts bait to>> one
than lean beef or em; nor : diced potato T I
, phosphorus than milk or 1I11'I I cups slices fat salt pork poison. It is best not to handle

. Met; nor sulphur than or I mall onion, sliced . he bait because some rat will
potato; and nor Iron 'than a- leap boiling water t' not touch bait that has been The World' News Seen Through
.of these
other food ex- butter .
4< tablespoon
: eelleat source .f Shoes mineral *o 4 tablespoons lour :':'. handled. THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR t
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necessary to perfect health.
1 hot milk .
cups : An ttnutmul IW/* Nntpfftff
[ Mow that cooked dried Limas are t teaspoon salt el TROPICAL.
. available anywhere to can and K teaipooa pepper Tewhfal-Ceearrct+..--llat+ .... -f_ fro. s.- -e&.
J|, -hot BotrlUoo dishes arc partlru.larly Cut salt pork Into dice. Place MONKEY JUNGLE aie>-M., and Ice DaUfFeetiim.
desirable to.protect the body and cook i minutes; Together with the weekly Magazine SecMm, Make
' la aaacepaa
a
4 son cold the following recipes for the MOMMT Weal Nwcp.r for the HM
; cook until Just ONLY as
<< 'Weed- Unaa, with Marahnanow add onion and .._..... .-_:
users inutraUoaaad limo Chow- turning ,.110". tII,.. add potato until MONKEY The Chrienaa Science Publishing SocieW
Cook
dr. are pr ento< to roe M tasty and boiling water tender, then add JtJHdLC OM, Nonra Stnet. Bowm M.ii.rhyanta

*toasts tor nineteen forty Lima potttow*. Melt are butter, add flour, stir tNTHCUJ Price 012.00 Yearly, oc |1 00 a Month.

-.aked Lima; with Warmllow until smooth, then add hot milk! :awards, \ *. Se.'uan t0 a Yoot.
i Ltrodaceseyt.., Issues U On .
'.. -' t cups eooked'drM Lima cook, stirring constantly until o *
,. .H toaapooB aalt'Advertisers lightly thickened them add Usa am Joe@%11.eW'- OWN. *Violating Wad .. -.....-
116 ta"-.Mttef, mUter and eaeolnta.penditnre an time ,mad 0-ma dPer.
.. as ataamb. .p

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Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, July 17, 1942

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i nearby borne from there but found RECORDS
Student '
Divinity
I that his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

RURAL CARSHARING CLUB On B.T.U. Program !from Chas. B.visiting Walters friends, had not in rc'oirned Home- (Continued-from Pig One)

Office stead. When struck by the car from the tale of the
County Agent's Homestead, Fla. Sunday EveningBob Leeds scrap
I h* was alone and traveling towards record will total 937500.
Homestead.
Ptaaa* 1M SM and say *ar ta Ok* ..... Doe Car-Charls Chb. Willets of Homestead, who Edw: 3. Norman, commander
In seder thai 1 soar t. soy part !. knowing aa >*.ato supply It WM thought that the chain and Wm. J. Geronimo adjutant;
.f raaalia and rubber for the resUteat .4 agrlnsHval BMtb has been studying for the ministryat of young Walters' ,bicycle may of the local port, said that a phone
Dad Counts Who Dave Mir their fdvato oars .. depend .a MCI"OII' University im Macon ',have slipped off, u it had one call to the Legion hall No. 13,

for Ine.peeiailem. Cs, wDl be a speaker Sunday 1 before earlier In the evening and would brine a car to collect records -

evening at the First Baptist j j caused Mm to lose control of his from any place in the dis

Name ........................................................................_.... Church of Homestead when a steering a* the car was drawing trict.
program 1 abreast of bin
The American teflon li working
on the Baptist Assembly In I leaves his J -
Ernest In addition to. ,
Mail Address.....................................Phone............... DeLand will be presented by the parents three brothers,' Lloyd H. nationally ID co-operation) known with musical a groupof arUiU .

tract street Baptist Training Union. Mr. WIl. Walters, U. S. S Osnond.lagram; who have established Rec-

.. r4 lets, who plans to enter the Baptist Grady B. Walters, U. S. Army, ordi For Our Fighting Men, Inc.,
I live on............_...... Pf"r..-..:', _, _= Seminary at Louisville in the Dilworth N. C.; and ClIfford' Walters a non-profit agency to dispose of
fall will speak on the value of the of Homestead. '
the wrap and select, purchase and
"-II. young people's meeting which Is Funeral arrangements, In the I'distribute .the best in. recorded.
I come late HemoieU at ..- r, M. Mi Q8 A. Ones.e a part of the assembly to be held hands of Turner Funeral Home, music for the armed force: '
'heIJ. W... Tboa. Prt. at Stetson University next week. will be held at J p. m. Sunday in I
0 0 0 0 Qgat aad leave at Records For Our Fighting Men,
The program, of which Mrs. A. the Church of God. Burial win
A. M. E. Paul is in charge, will take the be In Palm Cemetery in Naranjs Inc" organized In June by Kay
P. M. Ute moves darts). Kate Smith, Fritz Reiner
Eyser ,
place of the regular services Sunday Members of the Homestead Boy
I g* to Missal at Sea: 0.... QBstofJWd. ... 0 TRI. evening Scout troop will attend in a body 1 I Slgmund Spaeth and Gen Autryr

0 n.. 0 erg fJBa*. and return at f. M. Miss Alta TTann Miss Fern Robertson and pall'bearers will be the following !baa the official recognition of

M ttt urn day(a). A. M. and Lynn irwin, all of scouts In uniform: Lonnt 1 President Roosevelt's. Committee'
whom attended Baptist Assembly Horn, Calvin Schmidt LeRoy i on-War Relief Agencies. .,

will tell what they gained Fitzhugh, Billy Dickinson, Jack
from the session A duet, "On to Douglas and Lynn Irwin. Pipe Line Now Getting

(. Robert C. Holmes district superintendent DeLand", which is to the tune of Last of Its Fittings
CHANDLER NOW "Onward Christian Soldiers' will
I representing protestant I PLANE CRASH
Churches of Florida Orlando. be sung by Miss Ellen Vann and THe pIpe fine ofhe'Florida
Judge David J. Hefferenr, representing Wilbur Caves, with piano |pcompanlmeot -I (Continued, from Page One) Keys fresh water aqueduct all
INSTATESIIARE-I by Miss Mabel Ruth
the Catholic churches laid and there remains only the
of Florida, Civil Court of Record, Pope. Miss Vann ai\d Mr. Caves ciflc, presumably the HawaiianIslands. coupling of a few connections to
CAR CAMPAIGN Miami. Rev. David L. Zlelonks, will also sing part of another/I His last letter was received make the line watertight, it was
Tampa Frlda; Guy Allen, song, "All on the Altar"and the: by his parentslast Sa ur- learned her yesterday
:I American Oil Company, Tampa congregation will join In the day.Bom

I The Redland District Is represented Florida; Nathan Mayo, commlsjsioner singing. at Princeton, where his
on the State Shart-Your- I of agrleufttUr Tallahas- I Selections win be played by an I grandparents, Mr, and Mrs John, GLASSES

I' Car Campaign committee by Luther 1 i jsee. Walter A. McRae, representing orchestra composed of: Mils Pope, I L. Chambers were pioneer settlers;
Chandler of Gould Mr. th*' automotive Industry piano; Barbara Jean Smith and Lieut Chambers'attended Redland I II tt"; 0
Chandler said he had been noti. of Florida Jacksonville, S. S. I Junior Pope, saxophone; Jack I High School. He was one of tbo 'j ,, t .--To Kee
fled by State Chairman Henry J. I McCahill, department commander I II Barnes and Forest Bell, clarinet; I best basketball players in the history I' WideAwak.-
.
Drlggers of hit appointment by I American Legion. Miami; L ',' David Barnes, cornet; and Lynn of the school and upon graduation I
Governor Holland on a powerful H. Kramer, chairman Div Isionj 'I Irwin drum. in 1938 was awarded an1 I
group of 29 leaders who have j I of Agriculture State Defense Dr. J. E. Johnstone, pastor will athlete's scholarship to Lon Morrr-.
thrown behind the campaign the 'Council of Florida Lake Wale I i i: read the Scripture and Leon Dam Junior College in Texas. After .

united force of more than a score Lisle Smith, chairman, Division I i will offer prayer.FATAL year at the Texas school, h* entered !I
of organized groups. i lot, Labor and Personnel, State the University of Miami
"The Share-Your-Car Club Defense Council of Florida, I Evangelistic Services which he attended for a year and Oco iim ad ldig do to cyWh
campaign Is part of the program Haines City; C. D. Davenport, At Church of Nazarene I. half before entering the servlc i;i .tieia sea Wiwlwd. ilea"Iyw
automobile. president, Florida Commercial His It-year-old brother, Clyde ': A.Iy.1 tbwwds 1eq .Lrr1!

( Secretaries Association, TaUahasLeo Marvin H. Cooper, lV aelht'from will leave Tuesday to report for
) aid, but under the regulations, see:; Hill, state president, Washington D. C. opened duty in the navy air corps lie' Dr. B. Stebbins
clubs must be formed to avoid American Federation of Labor, revival trainee at.tb University of Georgia -
services at the Homestead Dr. L. W. Stebbins
j unnecessary burdens on those who Jacksonville; Collins Conner, Nazarene Church in Athens.
Wednesday
must ride to work and on the North Florida district governor, Th meetings will he eve.ring. held Lieut. Chambers leaves, In addition 1JZJ W. flarler Bt., Miamirhos.

transportation tystenl"We I Lions Club Pensaoola; Luther at I p. m. daily except Saturday to survivors already J-M1I
must form as many clubs Chandler, representing vegetable through July 20, with special I boned another brother, meD'j
M we can,," Mr. Chandler said,i producers, Goulds; Colin English, singing at each servle also of Princeton.
"In order to prevent further losses I
state superintendent of public instruction
I The Rev. Robert H. Spear, pastor
to business and to provide facilities Tallahassee. Fount' B
of the church, said yesterday
for transporting our people to I
district
Rum < governor Kiwanls
the public is invited to M, meeting THDCQ BEEN
run
and from work. City, county and Palatka; Walter D. Bach, 'state .
state economy largely dependent president, Exchange Club, Pensa";'
on the motor vehicle. We are en-: Choose Hardware that will

tilled to enough gasoline to provide cola.William A. Wall president, INJURYContinued render jour home distinguished -

for necessary transportation State Elks Association, West Palm '( from Pap One) anrvice. Ifi the first
and this 1* the only way w* can Beach; John H\ Inglo executive
get It, under the new rationing. thing visitors see of your
secretary Associated Industrie of the municipal r
swimming
pool
regulations" Florida, Jacksonville; James F. which bad been dismissed at 1:80.: home-rigfct at your door!

Members of the state campaign Early district manager Stand. From there h* accompanied Lon- ,, May we show you our DistinguishedHome -
commute are: lira. Frank Bradley ard Oil
Company, Jacksonville
; ?
nl* Home, a neighbor scout, to Hardware
department president, American Marvin H. Walker, secretary
I the Horn
residence on Kingshighway You will thank us!
Legion Auxiliary, Lakeland. Florida Citrus Commission, Lakeland ; cast of the Federal high:
'
Hon. W B. Patten, commander ; C C. Rathbun, executive
way. Supposedly he went to his
United Spanish War Veterans, ML secretary, Canners Association,
Dora; Mrs. Thunton Roberts, Tampa; Howard Frankland. representing I LUMBER CO. INC.
,. president, Florida Federation of Retail Merchants Association Your I BROOKER ,
.
Women's Clubs, Jacksonville; Tampa Florida. 1 '
. Lam"- Hardware ToolsHOMESTEAD
Harold Cole, executive: secretary flask Doors

: State Chamber of Commerce, Judge: "And :you call yourself a ., ( ,,5pinamt' WONI a FLOUDA

Jacksonville; J L. McMullen, peace-loving man?" '"
state president Junior Chamberof Defendant: "I do, your honor." ., {
; Commerce, Live Oak; Mr*. L. Judge: "Even after you slugged .. .
H. Cibbs, president, State Parent Casey on the jaw?'
I Teacher Association, Orlando; O. Defendant: "Yea, your boner. I 1\ Your GROVE LANDS-TEVCK LANDS-CrtT LOTS-HOMES'

t T. Mellor district governor, Ro- never saw Casey so'peaceful as -4 Frieea.Were Never S* Lew-Ptonty of Good vision
: ; International, Lake City; Rev. Just after I hit hlnV-Ex. I Ii" Q3INI
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