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: August 28, 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: VID00557
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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For World War 2 Hero,I BOMBER FERRY BASE AREA


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!k, MARINES FIRE 'First Water to Key West Navy Yard TO SOUTH DADE FARMS, IE


Delivered Via Aqueduct WednesdayWednesday

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th- :- delivering;; THE WEATJlER'j I A bargeload of machinery was
VOLLEYSOVERPPISASHES night wa first the of water ,to the
time that water from the unloaded at the mouth of the
I navy navy yardPumping Official weather; report of the Homestead Canal yesterday for
well site at Florida City wee delivered thus far has been forth
Subtropical Experiment Station, In 000 cannl
use digging the 1500,
to the Key West Naval purpose of testing and flushingthe
I Homestead Florida which will Insure
I Station through the Florida KeysAqueduct pipeline and the navy distribution I aau system year-
round drainage for the airbase
system at Key West, it was I Hn-IHlH. I 1Ia., I Rollo! army
This was revealed to the Homestead said. After necessary adjustmentsare I Aug 20. t I' I. TO 130.001) 013'Aug '' at Homestead

Leader late yesterday In an mad In the mains, water III.I.' :i. .. .- : I' TO 13001(056( The amount of the contract and
\ Aug. .. M 70 |130.051| 041'Aug the fact that It had been' let to
Interview
authorized by the pub- quality and quantity for drinking i
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'}: By RUB* LEACH CAJLSON I lie relation department of the and all other purposes will be' I II I W I3002: | 106Au : South Dade Farm, Inc., of Honwstead

.A- ,- A funeral such as .. accorded Seventh Naval District delivered through the aqueduct | .. 14_ .1| tl I Tl |S*.Ml was contained' In report

'!.a .. ,only those who die while in the Connection In the terminal f.. The --civilian distribution 'ys-'AUf 25.. I 91 [ |121.101| released 'from Washington this '

armed services off the United clHtes at Key West were com. tem at Key West under construction Aug 26, t 180 fl'I :JtlTJ. 0.83 week Tb machinery unloadedat
I I I the mouth of the canal I* consigned ,
pitted Tuesday, making possible the
,'iit by Florida"Reys; Aqueduct
to South Dad Farms,
Commission, i I. not .yet In FERRY CAPTAIN
which, It U understood purchasedIt
readiness to receive water I
e I especially for the air bae
1,000 TONS STEELTOWED The single permanent
pump put drainage Job.
AND CO-PILOT'DIE
in operation at the Florida City
ft la understood that a system
pumping station, a .week ago U
TO KEYS
sfaU doing all the pumping It basa IN LOCAL CRASH .140-fnteanal4wW th* 600-acr section entirely ef land surround ' (
capacity of 2,000,000 gallons of
that comprise the air bane, and
[FOR 18 BRIDGESOne I water a day When the other pump
I I the eastern will
on edge they
I is put in operation, the combined A veteran bomber terry captain -
empty Into a canal 40 to (0 fet
err and the he
capacity cf the station will b* co-pilot was
I "checking" wide which will be dug from the
to for
tnousand tons of structural 1,000,000 gallons a day qualify a captaincy -
air base to the bay Powerful
for Construct: of the pipeline, a were killed Sunday about
steel the bridges of the Oversea ,
will Instantaneous
make
v. Highway arrived In Miami the $3.000,000 project was let by pro- 5 p. m. when their plan crashed pumps possible -
removal of watercaused
latter vate contract with the and burst Into flames on the Pan surplus
part of last week and are navy supervising -
Lieut W L. Sawyer, U. American Air Ferries runways at by heavy rains and prevent
being barged to Summerlin Key
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of conditions thatprevailed
0 and Boca Chtca by Cleary Bros. S. Naval Reserve civil engineeringcorps the Homestead army air base recurrence
for short time this
bas been stationed here The veteran captain ef many a
Construction as
I Co.. which is con.
spring when continued rains had
ferrying trips from Miami to the"
tractor for the million-dollar resident officer In charge of con-
all but the of the airport
project B. R. Gorham, vice-presi struction for the navy.SEABEES' African war tone was Captain D. runways
under
water
j V Van Tassell of Miami. The co-
dent said yesterday at offices of -- ,
Among the equipment unloaded
pilot he was giving the test flightto
the at the air bas .
company army *
was F w. Toll of Reinhold, Pa. yesterday Is a 99-ton drag
The company has leased PerkyLodge WORKDESCRIBED I The bodies of the airmen were line dredge that was used In the
at Perky Fla., on Summer.
badly burned The crash markedthe building 6f the Lake Okeec o-
LIEUT KENNETH CHAMBERS tin Key a* a construction camp. BY I first fatal airplane accident of' bee levee and locks. It can scoop
One bridge i* already under
two and half yards of
I ,i the Pan American Air Ferries up a square
States, held for Lieut Kenneth construction at ,Jewfish Creek,
was material at each' bite; and Is M
training thana
i program now more
Chambers of Princeton .on which separate the mainland ENSIGN'i\RTHUR old, and the first serious feet long and 20 feet wide
year
Thursday afternoonLieut from Key Largo via the abandoned the
Philip Gray who supervised
accident to occuf at the local
I army
roadbed'of the F, I:. C. railroad.
of the Okeechobee lock,
Chambers, a pilot in, the air bate building
aviation branch of the'United! Eighteen more will be built' between Ensign Wm. 'A. Arthur,recruit will superintend the air hasp

States Marine Corp Reserve, waskilled' Big Pine Key and Stock receiving officer at the navy trainIng C1XAKY BROS. CO. MOVES drainage He has been with the

In action somewhere over Island, the.key already connected station Norfolk, Va, whois I The office of Cleary Bro Construction James Sottlle, Sr.. engineering and

the Pacific on July It He was the with Key West by a modern spending a furlough in Home- Co., Homestead air base contracting business sine h* completed -

son of Mr. and Mrs. Neal L. bridge.'The other existing bridgesat stead visiting his parents Mr. and contractors, were moved Saturday the runways of the Hnmr-

Chambers of Princeton however the south, are end of wooden of the construc-highway, Mrs. A. F Arthur, called attention from the Walker building at Flag-, stead air bas*.

Th urn which contains the tion this week to special oppor- ler and Krome to the site of construction
and have long been a tratichaz.rd I
ashes of the aviator was receivedat (Continued on Pap Eight) .
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which motorists
discouraged n I DR. ROBINSON TO
the Opa Locka Naval Air Base -
from making their trip purelyfor
by the chaplain, Lieut Abbott Peterson -

Ji. The Turner Funeral The pleasure bridge at Jewflih Crack let 4,000 Pounds of Scrap.Iron Collected TEACH FIRST AID

Horn had charge. of, the funeral to Cleary Bros under separate 'In Afternoon'sVork by Local Rotes

.arrangement contract will cost $91000 The
Promptly at 1:30 Thursday afternoon II other bridges will costa total -- IN HOMESTEAD]
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at the Homestead Churchof of W80\000, More than four thousand poundsof !portance of getting every scrap of

the Nazarene, a bus from thee scrap iron was collected in iron back to the steel mills, and -
>p. Locke naval air.base arrived Homestead 'Wednesday afternoon Junior Commando distributed I Dr. Carl F Robinson of Red-

Ten marines In khaki with. arms, OCEAN FISHING In the yound-up conducted by handbills urging everyone to take land will conduct a class in Red

.lett-UN!-btJI-Ullit.ItOOd. at'atten Homestead Rotarians under the part In tile salvage drive.. Preston Cross First Aid to which air raid

Lion OB,each aid of the church YIELDS PLENTY leadership of their'past' president B. Bird, chairman of the ear wardens and other mature per-

j entrance. Lieut Peterson followed, Gem N. Wakefield, chairman of I bonds and stamp committee -inHomestead 'Bona will be especially welcome
and him came all second Th organization ,,"UDIIa a }ltdI' -'
behind the local salvage;'committee waa..lto a.speaker !
. l', manta who'w.re to'be.pail. BESIDES) FISHES The use of six trucks and their I The salvage drive will be continued I''tiled for ':10 p. m Friday Sept 4,

... .. driver for tile collection was donated I Mr. Wakefield said yesterday tin the Homestead school auditorium -
Lieu; Peterson and th* ReV. aa follows: two by Hector and a telephone call to salvage .

Robert H. Spear ,pastor: of the Fishing"IIt. the- aole" the Supply Co.. one by J. D Barnes, committee headquarters, Dr Robinson, a retired physician -

church. entered the church and Florida Key- 'continues to yield one by Royal'Palm Ice Co.. one SBt-W will bring a truck to pick and surgeon says the course

walked down the aisle together more than fish despite the fact 'by Homestead HighSchool Vocational up any scrap that may be collectedIn 1Is the regular one prescribed for

'The marine remained at attentive that ship sinkings sa the South Agriculture department, and any amount by Individuals. , raid wardens. It I I. really a

at the church entrance: M Atlantic have. decreased in number :one by Parraan-Lehroaa Packing stores or group ".court In borne doctoring and h

the relatives and friend of tilttftterecL recently I Barnes, a member of the Junior Commando held a meetIng worth the time of the teacher as

family There were no Mr. and. Mrs. J. R. Brooks 011 IC-v.r.; committee, donated also yesterday in the Neva King well as the pupil and no charge

-... The service at the church Homestead, ,who were guest ef the services of two negro laborers. Cooper School audltorlhm and at all i* mad for the Instructionhesaid. ,

consisted, entirely cf scriptural Mr. and Mrs. Cha* T. Fuch of Boy Scouts aided the Rote in the voted to continue collecting Iron .

t readings by the chaplain. Th urn, South. Miami M their yacht roundup.At and to take on the job of sellingwar I A first; aid class which Dr. Rob-

covered by the American flag was Valeria for a week: fishing a "Junk rally In Legion Park savings stamps. They will,lnson has been teaching In Silver ..

placed before the altar and all. cruise' returned Wednesday tell- I Saturday night the salvage, committee hold another meeting Monday,afternoon. .-.Palm finished Us court .)'tlter-
(Continued 011 Page BgM (eudinuid'oa'Pag -Eight)' "chairman"told'of 'the im- day. ,

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PLANE IN EVERY' $160 for Casualty Station Supplies !Alpine Dairy Acquires I Fa4'er of Pastor Will

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22 Young Guernseys i Fill Methodist Pulpit

YARD VISIONED i Cleared by Dance Given Saturday ... .t> ti ,
OustsUiy
Twenty-two young ( : Services both rooming and eoelning
Almost $160 was cleared at the as to how it could beat be wed. cows are expected to arrive fromSouth next Sunday at toe II".ne-
AFTER WAR'S\ END (Homestead Casualty Station ben-''I The club will now use It to purchase Carolina today to augment I stead< Methodist Chunii I II ... :: be
I sheets and pillow cast conducted by the Hc\ t1J Pil-
.olit dance given Saturday night the herd of AJ ltM Grove Osl I..I
I Blankets Which the Junior Club { mar of liaises City ftttMr .1' I he
T rf.1Yh n there will bean I in the Chamber of Commerce I purchased several months MO They ware purchased by O." a i pastor, the Rev. O. Sewell FMncr
'11 s' ne In every back yard building under the auspice of the when county-wide drive was Parker, proprietor of tile dairy I who is ill in the James Archer
v : d i II a not long ufter the clone Junior Woman'* Club. made to' supply first DId stations ,I In the course of a vacation trip Smith Hospital
of tl.n! u ir In the opinion of: Walter I With part of this money first with blanket, hiv been turned i from which he and Mr*. Parker\ The pastor's parents .n"ed in
to the Homestead Casualty
We i', local Ford agent, whoc.d1.,1 aid kill will be bought for the over HomatMnd on Tuesday of last
himself, I Station which it located in theettyt returned Saturday.Mr. week.
ex-automobile group of field worker of the!
de ,Ijcr .a n talk to Homestead I station, which It an auxiliary of: wing at the Chamber of and M... Parker visited la _
K. tuna, , at their meeting Wed-,the Dad County Defense Council. Commerce building. Columbia WbunoMugh and Che*- JAMES: ARCHER SMITH:
nc-.so l noon In Legion Hall. I Other needed equipment and sup- Cots, stretcher and "medical ter, S. C. On their return they: nosriTU. NEWS %
V.o thought the Ford River pUll will be bought with the re- applies for the operating room I Tonsllectpmiej WIN pCI foi,med
funvshed the defense stopped in Jeasup, Ga., for a visitat 'on Frederick Weber of B '
Roe: plaint!: was housed in the mainder. I have been by < nund
longest building practicable said The money' will be held In trust council but there U still the home of Mrs. Parker'i whose! !last Thursday and Harry B"bop
Mr Weiss, "but I understand and thf ,purchase* for the station ,need for many other article*- I ter, Mrs Carrie Poppell, Saturday Major operations .ou'o
there is a bombing plane factory'made by a committee composed kitchen utensils for example-I daughter, Miss Helen Poppell, accompanied j performed on Mrs. Gen Gcode of
that has put the River Rouge''of' Miss Josephine Cook, itatlon which organizations and patriotic them to Homestead to Gould Saturday and Wm. Martinof
structure In the shade. All this i[I captain, MM. T. T. Bowen an plane building equipment I* not,J. G. Weatherty, It li against Mr*. Ted Oldcndorf, cocaptlanof college Sept. 15.Cyril"You've j I Ogden was removed to her homeIn
going noaf'r' allowed'to go for,,the regulations fce defense I the casualty station and Princeton Friday: of last week.DON'T .
; 1 got a pug
the war. I believe,]council for any casualty itatlon'urer of the Junior Woman's,treas-I nose'l
there will be an airplane for to Do they run In your family? READ TilE WANT.ADS
accept cash donation or solicit -and Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, "
In cold weather.
everybody a* a result of the .1.; money. whose direction much of "Only I 1
most total present conversion to On account of this rule, a portion paration for the dance was made,I
airplane building." of the proceed of the Fourth:asked that thank be extended to conqueror, I wish I had realized :
Production of truck for civilianuse of dance set aside by theJunior !all who donated anything or-purchased that patriotism is work not talk
wa ended In the early part Yw '* Club for the station -i ticket for the benefit dance giving, not getting . Look ;
of March. The present stock hal been held In the club and thus helped to make it the at me. I worked too little and j' HOTELPATRICIA j
consist of a pool of 130,000,1 I treasury pending decision is to'I financial success that It was too late." i
which I II frozen to sale except to Volunteer for air raid warden
the few who can comply with rationing duty are asked to get In touch'
requirements, Mr. Weiss Decimated Ranks of Air Raid Wardens with their respective district airj I II .1
said. The normal production of raid wardens, who are as follows:
trucks U 600,000 to 700,000 an- Need Volunteers, District Chief States northeast, Chas. J. Caves, northwest -!i 312 S. E. 2nd Ave.
nually, he said. I W. Y. Bush; southeast,
It will be at least a year after Volunteer for air raid warden to In to other Frenchmen on B. Caves; southwest Lee H MIAl\fI
the close of the war before there duty are badly needed la Homestead some of my right Instead ef giving -I man and C. M. Barrow; W'j
will be production volume to any Wb E. Rheney division air up all of them to a foreign City, Herbert Hunter. .
extent, Mr. Weiss said as complete : raid warden, said this week. Overlooking bay and river.Two .
retooling of factories will '"Such a service may mean a j
be necessary. In converting automobile little sacrifice on the part of the blocks frolll f1.cler
plant to war productionof man who undertakes it, but we Street.
airplane and engines, the existing I had better sacrifice now than BAMBOO TflVERN i
Quiet, eelllf.nabl.
automobile machinery Inmost l later-when It is too late. said cool .
case had to be set out Inj I Mr. Rheney. He cited the following Renned atmeepbere.SPECIAL .
the open protected only by aI 1| quotation from a current peri-
"Famous for Fried Chicken9'Thick
totting of grease-which will not odical: 1
be sufficient I to keep It in condition 1 "Two years ago a Frenchmanwas RATES ,
for reinstallation for the return as free as you and I are today.
to normalcy. Today what does he think at he
humbly steps Into the gutter to Sirloin Steaks TO SOUTH DADERS
let his
conqueror swagger pa.t-
Miami Pastor to SpeakAt as he works S3 hours a week for I $1.50 Single
Presbyterian ChurchThe 30 hours' pay-a* he sees his Large Lamb Chops 1
trade unions outlawed and all the $2.50 Double
'Rev James H. Caligan,!rights' for which he sacrificed hit
newly appointed pastor of St. country trampled by his foreign Broiled Lobsterand
John' Presbyterian Church of'masters-as he sees his wife go ,
Miami, will be guest speaker at|hungry and his children face a
the meeting! of the :young people i icf lifetime of serfdom; what does many, many other appetizing and choice foods
the Homestead Presbyterian the Frenchman-soldier, worker Stay overnight to finish
Church Sunday evening at 7:30: politician, businessman-think tb-
o'clock. 1 dayT Probaby something like this: transacting 10U bsalseao-eave
Mr. Caligan will speak on Incidents -! "I wish I had been leu greedy, Let your next occasion of dining out be at the I II another trip (which means gab
connected with his tour of for myself and more anxious for I
Xurope Just before the war. I!my country. I wish I had realized BAMBOO Urea, lime and serves).
At the 11 o'clock service Sun-1:you can't beat off an Invader with I
day: the pastor, the Rev. George;a quarreling, disunited people at I
H. Ricks, will continue his series home. I wish: I had been willing ,"
of sermon on the "great men of --- -. -- ---- ,
old times" ,
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Connie Kelly to Hold i

. Revival in Princeton'

WASTE :
The Rev. Connie Kelly of Nashville FERTILIZER
well known evangelist, will
begin a ten-day revival meetingIn
the Princeton Church of the
Nazarene next Wednesday evening
announce the pastor, the .. o o II
Rev. Chas F. CrauswelL "
":'f1l8 Kelly ha been so successful -' :
elsewhere that we feel all -
who attend the meeting will receive I :

Crauswell.The spiritual. help", said Mr , IF THE WEATHER IS DRY,

: services will open at 7:4J '

r hymnal each evening have with been singing.ordered. New ; DONT WAIT TO IRRIGATE; OR :

i Miss Kelly received her education ' : I
at Tmecca College in Nashville -,
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IF THE WEATHER IS WET CUT
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DRINKS ; ," IN HALF AND APPLY : ;

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SHORT ORDERS -

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Friday August 28, 19-12 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pare Three


.. 1 1>\'. Sidney L. Kendrick, Jr, isi! Men With "S<
I. OUR lIEN"IN. SERVICE. I now force stationed in Atlantic. with.City.the N.army J. air i I Dependents Are Next Church of ChristPaul


Aviation Cade' Virgil Bailey,I. Washington D. c., Aug. 27- S. Hunton of Nashville
"" -t'. ...' ... "" ., ... :son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bailey, Selective Service Director Hershey who has preached In the Homestead
-- -- -- -- --- -- 'who enlisted in the army air corpsat said draft boards will begin Church of Christ from time
Lieut Chas. Glenn Wins J. R. Bevls were Informed In I WesfPabn Beach on July I, b calling men with dependents before to time for several years was
I Captaincy in Artillery cablegram received from him yes now stationed at Kelly Field, San Christmas. He said single guest speaker at both services
terday. Antonio, Texas, according to word men with "secondary" dependents, there Sunday.Mr. .
LJeu't.Ola ,. received here by his family this such as aged or crippled relatives. Hunton Is attending the
First S. Glenn, Carl Van Winkle, former resident week. will be called first; married men David Llpscomb College of the
Instructor In the advanced officers of Homestead who has been e a whose wives work, next; then men Bible In Nashville and serving as
field artillery training school at with dependent wives and minister of the Joseph Avenue
; finallymen
employed In Washington D. C, Wilbur R. Nabors of Sumter. S.
Fort Sill, Oka., has been -i
promoted who have wives and children.He Church of Chirst there. During
for several has ,
years Joined the C.. who formerly lived In Home-
to captain, according to
said the reservoir of I-A men I the past three months he has
received United States Coast Guard and la stead with his mother Mrs. Annie
word here by his
parents ; throughout the country Is "prac been ,achieving success In the
now stationed In Nor Haven Nabors received a commission as
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn I tically exhausted.* I evangelistic field.
Conn. I lieutenant In April and was sent
Of Homestead. I eCorp. Selective service headquarterssaid I With his wife and small daughter
to Fort Monmouth N. J., for
Captain Glenn a graduate of, Class 1-B (men fit for limited Shirley he spent the week
PI.tta-1
James M. Gibbs of training. He 1s now In the signal
the Reserve Officers Training service will be eliminated here the home of his
military only) I and at uncle
fievlns
burg Barracks, N. Y. of Mr. corps office at Fort Mass.,
Corps of the University of Florida, son
and beginning Sept I, Thos. J. Hunton, minister of
Boston and lives his
and Mrs. H. M. Gibbs of Homestead near with
was vocational agricultural 'In-,
all registrants who are not totally I Homestead Church of Christ.
wife
structor at the high school of has been selected to attend and little daughter Elsye in disqualified will be reclassified In
Kathleen Fla.. until March. 1941 the army engineers school at Fort an apartment in Boston. i iI 1-A while those not suited for I WANT AD3 PAY
when he was called Into active Belvolr Va.
military service will be
I any placedIn I
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service as I second lieutenant. I Sermon Series Deals 4-F.

. p Ed Pacetti and Barney Godwin' With Average ChurchA In the case of men reclassified DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
James Wollam Wins enlisted in the Coast Guard two In 1-A. the army will determine

Promotion to Sergeant weeks ago and yesterday were II series of sermons from the after Induction whether they will
assigned to duty In the. Miami- First and Second Corinthians under be assigned to full or limited serv I
Fort Lauderdale area. .
James Wollam former Home- the general heading of "A ice. First National Bank
stead grocery store operator has a a Letter to an Average Church" Is I
been promoted from- private to Thomas Varnadoe of the U. S. being presented at the Homestead and the evening theme will be I
sergeant In the quartermaster I S. Harry Lee arrived Monday fora Church of Christ by Its minister, "Things Which God Hath Pre Building
corps of the U> S. Army at Camp one-week visit with his parents, Thos. J. Hunton. pared." I Office Hours 8:30-4:30
Blanding, according to a recent Mr. and Mrs D. Varnadoe of( Next Sunday the morning theme The public Is cordially invited I I
letter received by his mother. arlda City. will be "A Dedicated Ministry", to attend all services Open Evenlna by ABswtntnesrt"What't
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[ .Geo. Marion Henderso..

, Is Air Corps Sergeant r

19 1KP
George Marlon Henderson, son
of Mr. end Mrs. Frank M. Hen-
derson of Princeton has been pro
moted from corporal to sergeant,
and Is serving the office staff of
the U. S. air corps at Brooks Field,

San Sgt.Antonio Henderson, Tex. a member of e 0. 9 @ m

the class of 1338 at Redlund High IMAM
School enlisted In the coast artillery -I
almost two years ago: and
was sent to Galveston. Finding
that he preferred the air corps he
ought and obtained a discharge
and at Ace .entered Ms chosen
field.
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,Lieut. Myron Grennell

Now at Camp White, Ore.jo .
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uos 'n>uu3JO; *O tioi(ra ,n a1, "
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Grennell, Is it good for?

now stationed at Camp White,
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Ore. "Cunt, tank, and maybe

"The country Is beautiful part of a plane" ? f I ,
mountains all around" he reports
'In a recent letter. "The nearest
'town Is about seven miles away.
There are several Florida boys
'here, four from Dade. We are upholding -
, Florida among the Yankees -
I although we do draw the line .
It fighting the civil war again."

. In the barnyard and gullies rate of production cannot be attained

Henry Behrens Now of farms and in the basements 4 or increased; the necessary tanks vg-Ana JUNK MAKES

Serving in Britain and ships cannot be product!.
. arid attic of home it a lot of FIGHTING WEAPONS
I The rubber situation is also critical.In .
Henry Behrens: Homestead attorney Junk which it doing no good
; has landed In,Great Brit- spite of the recent rubber drive one old dew
where it it but which i neededat
ain, according to I cablegram received there is a continuing need for large will provide at art

Monday by his mother, once to help tmath the quantities of scrap rubber. Also for other _wrap 0<11..210;
.
Mrs. Chas. Behrens of Princeton.He \, ...ml.outo.Ua
and Nazi t and metals like brass -" matte light
was visited In Fort Dix N. J. Jap waste materials ; earWnw.
before his departure by his sisters copper sine, lead and tin.
Miss Lois Behrens of the Home- Scrap iron and steel for example.
The Junk: which you collect is bought One old plow wH help. makeon@
stead High School faculty, Mrs. Even in peacetime, scrap provided hundred 75.nun. armor*
Frank Potter who la staying In by industry from scrap dealers at established puraiiS proj ctite. .. .
about S0% of the material for steel.
Is raw : .
Princeton while Lt. Potter serving government-controlled prices.Will i
In the overseas air force, and It may be rusty, old "scrap" to you,, help?
Mrs. Harry Le Huquet of Phila but it is actually relined steel-with you
delphia. Mrs. Potter and Miss First-collect all of your waste material .. VfJ'J
most impurities removed, and can be .
Behrens have returned from a 4 ono 13100111111 old
and it '
pile up. ; -
three-week visit In Philadelphia. quickly melted with new metal in the : vrepnividasemuch V ftJ ftJ t:;
Then-sell it to a Junk dealer giveit rubber
tt"'i-l. ii-l 10"
form of pig iron to produce highest a.rur.linll r.
dint to a charity take it yourself to the a an mark.. y y
Bishop AssignedTo quality steel for our war machines.
nearest collection point, or get in touch ")
Coast Guard
Miami The production of steel has gone M
with Local Committee.If !
your Salvage .. ,
One ate l Mn help
UP until today America is
,
Clinton Bishop, son of Mr. and up up live farm consult make. 4 hand--... '/q]
Mrs. L .K. Bishop of Homestead, turning out at much steel as all the rest you on a your tfO

who enlisted In the U. S. Coast of the world combined. But unless at County War Board or your farm implement

Guard five weeks ago arrived lent 6,000.000 additional tons of scrap dealer. MATERIALS NEEDED
yesterday in Miami where he,has
been assigned to duty from thecoast steel U uncovered promptly, the full Throw YOUR scrap Into the fight Scrap Iron and *t....
guard training station at
Other metals of all kind.
.
While
Curtis Bay Md. at Curtis '
TVi approved by CbnsMvofNM Division
Bay he was one of two men In his matsogs Old rubber. 4
platoon selected for special trainIng WAR PRODUCTION BOARD
leading Jo a .machinist's rating. Rip, Manila rep, burlap bags.

: This advertisement contributed by Leader-Enterprise Watt Cooking Fats-WVM pm sit
I Private Ralph Bevis a sound or nan.tum Ma a tars tie CM oda
; LOCAL SALVAGE COMMITTEE to pow MM d......
v, Lands in Great Britain
i NICKS ONLY M caruM LocAunaiMau4
Private Ralph Bevls.;; member of Phone 59S-W M.a aper and lea .- -only hi futekwDr.

..tank destroyer battalion of the George N Wtkefield, chairman; Mn.' Ann Foulk.,U. A. Baker David Barne .-Bea Mae 101_*. so .a.a..wd I ...........HOT.....,NCEOIK1..c it
,V. OAony. lM/bBd** In'Great Archer,'Adrian'Jacobs;;CIE'StMfanr. John Neafsey R. R. Kinard. Harold Kendall, 'I't
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HOMESTEAD LEADER! Ii t=J.OR.iCA ....J.. HLIGTS liri'i I I trolltlllli11unnulinntllllli1G111IIlll{ t ,



AND ENTERPRISE I A 20 Years Ago i iTta i


.EN ARCREH_.,rFniMH* tmt HIM .

AUOtlC LEACH .ICBEL__ 1fIAP1#III ,-.. SUM w MM w. i !
_in nllH u< Tmniw _. ff.M rcUg"' *. **... nl W |
I a.t..pY..MV.d _. .1 Ufa,

P..u.44 ,.-,. as ......... tier w.war.N 6-46 snob IT, .boles IMU atE. n.w..--- (
as south b... r.b+rw copse.t. Some
I I II a aIIIlIlIImlllllllllllllllOlllnlH
aATD '

..., of c ogtrumox be" Comor- '81.14 L50960,16s r- M ,. ..Y y I ./J1RM111101$ / !! !!!( !DUtIl l .. i

...... o ....d do" ..n asses + = p .... I BYFlOfl/Df) tff/tA 4we Aw. SI. IM"Thursday
9w.. Hit. .. Ik. sat COM a ,. S'wi( .+ '
rurtto we* MM, MI orslur. s&r&OMrr orcaers morning a telegram .

.. s. ism. !l : ,1f1UW;AWJ %'MI1.s.f= was received from Dr.'Bruonet's Ir

'I DWA SJO/U.H WG MIISUJ'jfiASrJM Sanitarium announcing the jl jlIr
oiThe Path of Prayer ? DWRM.cc1JV5 sad death of Mn Chas T. Fuchs,

Sr. who has been .
Bjr Annie Msyhew flUpalriek T VE'SEMlEll.O.e' taking treatment
r;. K for some weeks past Mr.

I have no altar in my home-Instead L Fuchs left the preceding day but

i pith of prayer, I too late to reach his wife before I

Wild flowers could mark the her demise. He will bring the '

stations of the cross body here from Smyrna, Ga, and .. t

The path Itself It worn In coraline I Interment will be held at Naranja ,,

rock, I cemetery It is believed that services .

Unioftnied by a bit of grass or will be held Sunday, depending ,

moil. ,srr.. on the arrival of Mr. Fuchs. j ,

Mrs Fuchs leaves two sons, two! .,
The waving palms, the crown of daughters all married, and a .

thorn, I;younger IOn."Cutler ."

The flovr'rlng paiiion vine Beach was the scene

All are to me reminders of of a merry crowd of plcknlckers

The Son of God Divine. fRERK Of. Thursday evening. . Avery

y, NATURE) pleasant evening was spent by all
The purple flowers along the way \ those present: Misses Dorothy

Bespeak His majesty of birth TR/P/J/iF 1ED NKAres Tower, Lois Moser, Nellie Wollam I .
While one lone primrose whispersof I' I Rose Osteen Roselle Gambler,

1 PRIM !IkO.'Z V T b Li Julia Musselwhite, Uvie Barnes,

His meekness while on earth 601tPrt FROM ONE ts Ells Osteen, R. P. Kuhn, Marlow
F')4IMMil
-- =00C Jacobsen, Herman Kuhn, Ray
So often have I trod the way, I IIlart NAG $IX"RRI / mAN Matthews, Ed Cook, Wm. Mussel-

know SEE aw'OE A&Y FA/t. / GQtfl2VQOyu white and Henry Kuhn."
Where each prayer ends and < "A afternoon
!Eqr/1 very pleaunt
where the next begins.I /PllbMID 41' TJVE PIOR/O was spest at the home, of Mn.
ask no favors for myself HOPELESS ovn 00 t' OA'A tries '
to: Ceo Ranson by members of theKensington
Nor pardon for my sins. CAUSE G'OW.t/No.t1.AWN:: MZ717.V r Club 'I'
Wednesday. The
NAN iBO N/MS'J'A AA1N. SiIIUHI'U sr arm I4.S-TlflUM SH,
-A&SX hostess assisted by; Mrs. Lawton
My prayers are for that twain, AAecAr served chicken salad, sandwiches, '

The heart and soul of me. ice cream and cake. Those present ""'

I pray Thee, Lord to keep them CURRENTICOlIMENT were: Mrs. Chas. Camp, Mrs. H.

site KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR W. Johnston Mrs. P. F. Ray, Miss

And close, oh, close to Thee. Eula Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whit ,"

* * ttk *' '* '* ney, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Collins

Beer is Best (1)) and son, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Wy- 'Vi j
Mr. and Mrs. Lawton B. C
By AGNEW WELSH man -
"Beer Is best," says a brewery * iff% V sf% }% * :,Moffat and Mr. and Mds. S.: L.

advertisement widely circulated ins O RA.U.. ......... 11- ate. wit _... Minott." "
England "Yes," Says the ""AM .. ... --...,- -- i-"Jacqueline Edwards returned ,
ance Newt" of London, "Beer Is MEXICO-PATRON OF INDIAN CULTURE ........ a"bb 5a.N.lr..suet Awn..s.s6s.tw w a1 wet..w from Pompano Sunday. :."

': Best"! w Armor wow,. ass M. ,at -"R. E. Ewards is expected
I
been able to travel
Aztec has it that has
legend PoPO- gist as yet
Tor making you aleepy (because Nth 111look saw". "., chased,the.new.house built by S.
catepetl and his bride,..lxtaeclhuaU with certainty. Several'civilizations -
. addi
Boulevard
Moser In
L
It contains a narcotic poison came to the entrance of the were to appear and thrive Calling all dogs-well,, at least
tion. Mr. Rives will enlarge the
); valley of Mexico on their honey before the coming of the Span- 125,000 of them for the war de- .
"For slowing down output moon. Giant that he Is, Popoca lards. The Mayas and othen left partment. Look out for a rise In property and beautify the grounds.He
his future
tests(proved. by making scientific tepetl found the 40-mile-wlde valley cultures which still puzzle the scientist the price of dog biscuit. I home.will" make this 'I' 7.
)
too narrow for his bulk, and Burled. 'citlei of days long a a Is -"a. P. Kuhn returned Thursday '.1
"For making you a dangerous asked his bride to rest while he gone hint of a :Mexico dimmed by Washington telephone lines
driver (set of endorsed and from the government hospitalat
case
explored for another passage Unsuccessful centuries but living still. are congested with long-distance
suspended licenses) Lake City where he has been
driving ; in his quest Popoca First 'In silver, second In anti- calls-appeads, protests, requestsand I treatment"
"For the of what taking robbing family tepetl returned to find his spouse mony, third' in>lead, fourth In demands, obliging the Bell
-"Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Froscher
Is due It ( statistics of family ,
seep asleep and solicitously settled mercury, fifth in sine sixth Jn company to Issue a request to not
expenditure drink) and family leave Saturday by car
on ; !himself to wait the end of her gold, seventh in petroleum;-so call Washington until the need Is Tituaville where they will
"For life Insurance I for
Increasing -
your aeon nap.ThroUlh. runs the account of Mexican tangibles :urgent. Why; man, all these calls Fro-
few with Mr.
premiums (see Insurance spend a days
on' the Important that, the earth '
so
the centuries be has pre-war production i are
companies prospectus quoting low- scher's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Andrew
watched faithfully by her side, sheets of the world. For Mexico ,would wobble If they .didn't get '
Froacher. Their
rates for abstainers) young
er
; but, annoyed like many man before is one of the world's richest i through, might, ,even, refuse ,to .
"For securing enormous profits daughter who has'.been spending ,"
and since,.he sighs now and eral countries. Nearly every continue revolvingThe .
(see brewery company return); min-I o a a the past month;with her grandparents : ...
has mines. And the '
then with beyond
a breath of ashes and return\ "
"For changing a sane man Into I will with them. .
lava at the perversity of woman- ble wealth are stores unfound Miami ship-building plant,' the '
Deden
a foolish person (lee outside a -'Litt) Cart was
kind. used or scarcely: touched in the formerly the Foley boat yards
public house at closing time); happy host at a birthday party
rugged fastnesses' of the Sierra which employed 20 men1
seven
"For making a man ill-treat his Popocatepetl Is a volcanic given at his parents' home Tuesday
Madre. I I years ago, now has 723 men on its
f't wife and children (see police court mountain givqn to infrequent afternoon in honor of till :i
But if treasure drew payrolls. Their
whose such is this product an goesto
reports); eruptions, hoary head, third birthday. ". A perfectly
:\ 1J.OOO feet In the clouds, on the conquistadores of Old Spain, defense purposes.Mississippi which
"For providing an excuse for may a a beautiful cake on were
I 1J! murder and other crimes (see a fair day be teen from any one and others after them, it does not I I three tiny candles graced the table
hold first Interest for the Mexi- takes the diaper
j of the modern hotels in Mexico
duly press). and was served to the guests with
can. Agriculture Is the keystoneof pennant for cradleroll marriages
"For making you sick (see public City built for the accomodatlon of tee cream. The guests were Helen
List 13 of Its
Mexican About liven'out girls married
year
the tourist. Joined to it Is the economy.
footpaths on Sunday mornIng and Clayton Lehman, Theodore
nation's at the of 14, 182 but 14
of ten of the more age were
.
). mountain, Sleeping Woman or I '' Knowles. Annabelle Redd, Dorothy
'and
than 'nIneteen millions live in' 204 had reached 11I
Therefore beer Is best left alone. Ixtacclhuatl, wrapped in a snowy I Deden and Junior and ElIzabeth t
rural communities. .
-Ex. shroud and out of this proximity I I Skill.
I
Jack Kofoed Dally News columnl.t'
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grew the legend. Lying In tropic and temperatezones _"Mr. and Mrs. Alan Connett
named 30 famous eastern
The story makes delightful nonsense with productive lowlandsand I' announce the arrival of a baby
Children in Court fertile plateaus, In possible criminals, to prove that crime does
but It serves to highlighta ,'not pay, as seven of them were: daughter who will be named Isabel -
diversification Mexico
By Judge Malcolm Itatrield characteristic of the Mexlciui 'I of crops i[ killed by their own ,gangsters Mary. . .*
enjoys an advantage held by few I I
people-reverence for and preservation I killed -"Mr. and Mrs J. C. Vann are
eight were by police, one
nations. from the
of Indian idle and legend, Crops range announcing the arrival of a nlnecpound

FUNCTIONS or THE JUVENILE song and story, culture and civil ,henequen or sisal hemp of subtropical -j|I committed serving long suicide terms and in prison.seven The are boy whose ,name Is Paul
Yucatan to the wheat of
COVETIn I ization. Fredrick Vann. Mrs. Vann was
I not unusual to the central plateau and the long- 'I remaning seven have dropped out
Russia It Is In councils of state, In com- of public notice. taken to the Homestead Hospital" -
fiber cotton of Lower California. I
end mere children to the gal I
and the arts the Indian has o *
merce ,
l' lows. Children In the United I Corn, the leading crop, Is grown I I i _" The Bonnie B', the new boat ,
been given freedom to achieve I I A Florida MId house has catalogued -
States not subject to such brutality lit almost every part of the eounI 911
are belonging to Chas. Clinton.
high place in shaping his nation'sdestiny seed of the new hybrid
From it 'comes the famed"tortilla"
they are tried in an atmosphere try. launched Saturday and a party of
;
\ and with equal pride the vegetable, celtuce, a cross between
where the Is I a truly; national InttlI ride tt
I procedure very modern Mexican may claim as celery and lettuce. Well, let us young people enjoyed a Jn
different from that ol the criminal tution. Other Important IOU "
Sunday. >
the blood of Indian It '
heritage ancestor -I bananas try
products are coffee ,
court. e I -Mr. and Mrs W. E. Myers
a-
and Spanish conqueror. I
beans (frijoles), nuts, rubber,
This kind of procedure not only
I aaniverpnary
Northernmost of the Latin American chicle and tobacco. I Barracks building and other celebrated their wedding
who witnesses
protects children are -
inviting
I Mexico's cultural I housing has made such Inroads Tuesday evening by
republics, war -' .
but In recent Mexican
In court provides amore Though years in several of their friends. . :
for fabric had its beginnings further has been I on lumber stocks that the,
adequate means proPel'lIoclal ,manufacturing expanding returned i
Mrs. Ceo, Turner
and continuous with center the i Pacific northwest, present centerof
Investigation -I Monterey as iL
Baltimore. . .
treatment after the trial qulred for those who contribute to :country still looks largely to others the Industry. considers the Tuesday from ;'

Juvenile courts are now given' Juvenile crime, concurrent Jurisdiction for machinery, textiles; steel products situation alarming Rationing ofContinued "Barney Waldln, son of Mr. and i

greater Jurisdiction over adults )Is placed both In the Juvenile I automobile, paper and miscellaneous ( on Page Seven) j Mrs Anton Waldln. Is ill In. the r|

who contribute to juvenile delinquency and In the criminal courts. Manufactures. But I Miami hospital with a severe44tack
"
; because Is becoming increasingly This system of Jurisdiction 'enable 'mere and! more, with developmentof trade channels. And as the Pan of asthma. '

difficult to handle such the Juvenile court Judge to airways, railways and highways American Highway pushes south -"Mr. and.Mis..A R. Attmry "sand

, cases In the criminal court In the offer protection to children Involved Mexico: : Is, miking use of a rich, ward, the country of Maya and family; retained this week

more serious 'cases, however, In delinquency cases natural endowment and directing Aztec plan host to ,mounting i after a vacation in Jacksonville.'

nhere; heavier penalties are n- into "antiquity than the tR.: ..-.t late Its", 'ewe, "... tbe- ....Id'I.... -, tbousaads. ea..u.-t eaPageSeve' *).+,.t .?,?





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. x. ." Friday, August 28, 1942 -- HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pace Five

o' ,'month visit In Lexington and In I 3. M. Gibson who had been her short visit with Mr. and Mr*.

t' the mountains Of Kentucky. Mn.' guest In Homestead a few days Fritz Schroeder.

Fitzpatrick's 13-year-old brother, the preceding week. e
,
In and Around Preston Baxter who returned -
I Mr St. Clair Demere and Children
-{ ; ,with them will attend Redland Mrs. F.' M. Kent and granddaughter and MA and Mrs. Wayland
'
<; Junior High School this N.
year Norma Holecek re- Demere and Infant ion left Sunday -
turned Sunday from a ilxweekvisit for Chuckaluskee where th.ywill
Homestead Dr. and Mn. B. E. GatUn have In Cedar RapiU, Iowa. stay for a few week with
moved to SIS N. E. IMth street'
St Clair Demere.
Miami Shores. Dr. Gatlin is now Mrs. Alton Lee and son Mau-

,,: ., enjoying vacation In New Hampshire. -' rice, returned Monday to their
Ala after Mr. and Mr*. Macbeth Johnsonand
home in HancevlUe, .
". of Miss Fern Robertson is
. Mia Doris PrIce. daughter working
and Mrs.
i her children and Mr.
home ef
here at the
visiting
' and Mn. A. H. Price, left yesterday In the office of Pan American Air
Mr. Mr. and Mrs Frank Llndemaa sisters Mrs. Corbett Smith and Carlton Smith, all of Everglades
for Kniman, Ind., where, Ferries at the Homestead army
of Leesburg were visitors In Mr Clyde Parker. Mrs. Smith arrived at the Demere home Fri-
f Jobs will teach home economics In, airport Homestead treturned I day.
, Wednesday. They: Saturday from a short
school KiN Price reealved -
LI the high have been spending the summer, visit In Hampton Fla, with her -
North Dr. J. & Johnitone 1
from expected
a
A. deyree
t } aa In Indiana in back tomorrow from a two-week in Miami where their son, Frank. father. and mother. Mr. and Mr*. At a special\ tneeW ef the >-
i {..Manchester College
Jr, who will be a senior medical John H. Parker. worth League of the Community
t vacation with his
the with spent daughters
r and spent summer
jane student it Tulane this tall
is an Church Tuesday evening the following -
.' t.her parents at their ,home on Ep'if In Miami. interns at Victoria Hospital Mn. Alex Hemming of Goulds officers were elcted: president -
;
' .more drive. I and her nieces, Misses Janette and Catherine Rohrer; vice-
Miss Martha Fain daughter of
W. O. Calkin, citrus tree Inspector Irene Cox were guests at the president, Oscar Clonlnger; Meretal'trea.urer -
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Fain, left
Mn. Edward River of Louisville yesterday for the state plant board, homo of Mr. and Mrs. F. 1. Me- Dorothy Barker -
, Ga, and her three children for Sopchoppy, Fla., where I is spending a two-week vacationat Ilwaln Friday, ; worship chairman Lavon
she will teach In the school.
high
left for their home Wednesday ) his home on West Palm ave- Thompson; recreation chairmen,
J 'after a three-week visit with Mrs.Riven' nue. William Angelina: and social servIce -
brother and aister-ln-law, Mrs. E. M. Andersen and her FLORIDA CITY chairman Peggy Demere.
son, James Milton, who was born
Mr. and Mn. Wm. Musselwhite. Mrs. Watson Bf Warrea livery
Ploy and eon, 1
Aug. 12, were brought home from
before her marriage
'It',' Mn. Riven James, have returned from Hen- '
,was Miss Julia Musselwhit of Victoria Hospital In Miami Sun- denon ville.Mn. Are cownrrKNnOLLn '
Xdland School faculty. day. Miss Charlotte Geronlmo who exam M COKTOIT
,.; has been spending the summer *> UM. TIM .. n gem P. .
'
Mile Bertha Mill Hausman has Bowling O Dye of Miami visiting relatives and friends in AS MM -, .... she on


have returned from Hammond, she was doing 1" kInd* where, they spent the sum Columbia University. sey. Mn. Dye it a member of weeks.
.mer. Their early return was due I the Shenandoah Junior High
'to the fact that .Mr Kitchen' School faculty. of South
'" Mn. A. M. Logan and young Emery Bradenburg
father, L. Anderson, is ill at his son John, returnel Saturday from Miami visited Mr. and Mrs R. E. Aaa.a.ee.natDR.
.i ,home in Modello. Mn. Kitchens Mn. Robert Murrah returned Scott Wedne
a five-week visit with Mn. Lo- ay. ...
:a ,II the former Miss Gladys An- gan's sisters Mrs. John Osmund- Saturday from New York City R. S. SPICKARD

,e derson. son in Forest City, Iowa and Mn. where she pent two months with I Mn. A. B: Langham and children cad
.!. y L. L. Tuggeson Crooktown,: her husband, who Is attendinga Marjorie, Audrey and
Misses Mary Eleanor and Bar- Minn. subchaser school of the U. sJ: Wayne, will arrive next week fora DR. C. C. RAY
1 ban Williams, daughters of Mr. I Navy at New,York. Her brother l I visit with Mr. and Mn. J. S.

and Mrs. Casper Williams, are expected Miss Sue Robinson, daughter of Howard West, who Is working at Cave are new ......... vim

soon from their summer Dr. and Mn. Carl F. Robinson and Daytona Beach, accompanied her
w with their to Homestead from that I I Cav-'d;;
vacation spent grandmother teacher of health and physical point for Ronald J. B. Clon- DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
1 in Clarkivllle, Pa. Miss education at Redland High School, a week-end visit with their patents Inger left Tuesday for AtI...,]
Mary Eleanor' who was graduated has returned from Teachers' College Mr. and Mrs. S. L. West.R. Tenn. On the return trip they will
with an A. B. degree from Columbia University New I I twit Mrs. J. Robertson in Lexing
1. Allegheny College in MeadvtUe M. WImblsh, Inspector for the
York, where she devoted the sum- ton. Va.Word. 1 vines Hem > a. av te I m.
is Pa. In July will be a member of mer term- to work 'on her master's state plant board la expected back _
i') Redland High School faculty. degree. today from a vacation at his home' was received that R. H. salaam I toll

In Orlando. I II Worley Is III at his present homeIn Caned Batntoye1TM
It and Mrs. K. M. Fenwick of Hawthorne Fla.
Jake Brooks of Peters, manager I
Key West spent Monday night as of the east coast division of the Mrs. T. C. Shackleford Is expected N. W. Mil IT, MU10ARSWEIIIC
guest of LL and Mrs. W, L. Saw. and home the tint of the week Mr. and Mn. t. L. Arnold of
Di Giorgio Fruit Corp. mem- PRO,.. 11111I
,.. board from Atlanta where she ha visited Robe Sound and their daughter
ber of the local rationing
t' returned Wednesday from a trip I two weeks with a niece, Mrs. Juanita, arrived Thursday for a

Mrs.' Chas. W. Camp Is expectedto tct the seed potato iieUa of Nebraska -
return today tram five-week North Dakota and Minnesota -I
visit In Washington with her son and to the tomato seed fieldsof
aad daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Pennsylvania and New York.
u Paul Z. Camp, and In Chicago

: with ter. Mr..and Mrs. Geo. M. Trick re- I ;. TIE lATION'S CALL
,'.\1 : turned Saturday night from a vacation -
of two weeks spent In Daytona
Mr. and Mn Walter a FrIendj Beach, DeLand and Jacksonville
have sold ,their Winslow. Ariz, aa reM traaiairtalluB Hays a vital part la Urn
place and are preparing to make II..... II nukes ....w. the aaaaa areaaetle W
their permanent borne on their war hapless* ape which se aaaoh ....... It
grove on Bauer drive west of Mr. and Mrs., Geo, H. Fitzpat- ...... the Iralabif sad taertaxat ef anted tweak

j Mn. Chts. W. Camp' home. Mrs. rick and daughter, Barbara Layne, their e.Bi.aMBt and .*.*.Iee. Wlti set Is teals Baastimid
returned Saturday from a one-
Friend will return to Homestead I r aeareely her t* wins

about the middle of September. We ef the rUrlda tae Ceatt Railway restive thisruaeeialblllty
Mr. Friend Is an engineer.on the Dr. Leonard W. HagkioMilw.e I aad have answered the satiate calL
Santa, Fe Railroad. .. .,. -
II" We an SMjirilla closely wfch ..sra Mat aad
... ......... wi e |
military aatberlUea la previdiag the hta4 sad __
Mr M. A. Baker has returned GLASSESIII lily ef lramf rtatlea the eaasreeaey ........ la
a visit of several weeks with U. IL rwoJfALiIH"? 11IoooI. !"'-
: addition, we are eoatlnBlag te revUe a hit staaiardef
mother Mrs. J. B. Bell, In -- recnlar aaasearer sad freight eervtc This sells
1. \ Tenn. Mrs. Bell ac t for extra effect efficiency and eacriflce ea the part

Mrs. Baker to Home- I I. ef all ef a& It I* a eaahrlbattea te the -.!** we
a4 for an extended 'VisiU II II I 1 are glad te saafce.Naturally .

Ceo. F. Archer of Key West and I la handling harassed military and

son, Wilbur Archer of Jacksonville i b civilian Ira/fie some hwenvenlenre may occur. Rhea
are guests this week of Iti they ... remember we are serving Caste am a*
.1 Mr. and Mn. Ben Archer, son and well aa yea Winning the war estate FIUT. We
daughter-in-law of Mr. Archer. appreciate and hope to merit your eaeuiaved a.irenare -
and anderetandisg.Z .

Mrs. Ted Oldendorf, for four .
yean a member of the staff of the

Leader-Enterprise, has accepted .
a position In the office of Pan V: /0/4
- American Air Ferries Inc., at the

j Homestead army air bass.GLASSES. C1BOLD $j


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Health Is every human' tight
Maintaining Is ones duty. Assisting ;
T. Z
ep to this end 1* Chiropractic.!

You must seek your Chiropractorsince
Ace. he cannot know to seek you!

Chiropractic Is at your service
Immediately you make your need
known. And Chiropractic will

quickly help you to better know

your needsl!

oreseise, sad tale.. due M eye,
*.We e.e be b..ii,.+, t;+..... Dr. R. J. Elliott
k 1.ya tb..r..rep .IoM
CHnOnUCTOKBoru -I 1 1I 1j

Dr.B.F.StebbinsDfc.LJWStebbiM

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Pate Six HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, August 28,1942






I. I U . . Social Events in South Dade . . .1





ALICE ELIZABETH WYSONG WEDS I MISS ELIZABETH McILWAIN IS HONORED
I.! MISS The Calendar I
JOHN HARVEY NEWTON IN MIAMI CHURCH AT FAMILY DINNER PARTY AND SHOWER

Au,. 28-Covered dish supper of --

Announcement was made this School During her school career Ad Astra Chapter, O. E. S. municipal Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barnes were daughter, Sylvia, and son Ron
Alice(she made an outstanding record ID4H park. hosts at a family reunion and aid; Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Barnes
week of the marriage of Miss
work and won prizes In the Aug. 31-Meeting of HomesteadB. I shower given Aug. 20 in honor of and son, Roger; Mr. and Mrs. John
Elizabeth Wysong, daughter of Mr.'local Fruit Festivals and scholar P. W. C. at home of Mrs. E. the approaching marriage of Mr. Barnes; Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wal. I

and Mrs. J. D. Wysong of Redland, ships to the state 4-H short course A. Froscher at S p. m. Barnes' .cousin, Mist Elizabeth dron and son Calvin; Mr. and Mrs.

to William Harvey Newton con at Tallahassee. Sept. Holestead W. & C. S. Mcllwaln. to Sgt. Paul B. Cox of Chas. Barnes and son, Willard;

of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Newton of I She is now taking a Western meeting at 3 in Sunday school Geiger Field, Spokane, Wash. Mrs Wm. S. Hathaway; and David -
Park' Union training course in Miami. building. Mill Mcllwaln is the daughter of Jack and Margaret Barnes.
Florida City, in the Floral The bridegroom was active in Sept. 2-Redland NeighborhoodClub Mr. and Mrs, F. L. Mcllwaln of

Methodist Church In Miami Aug. 1 Future Farmer work In Homestead -: meeting with Mrs. Chas. Homestead, and Sgt. Cox Is the
IS. High School from which he Calderwood. son of Chas. A. Cox of Redland.

The ceremony was performed by was graduated In 1939. After Sept. Meeting of Legion A chicken supper was served, SEE '
by the Rev. H. O. Cowan, pastorof graduation he was employed by Auxiliary In hall at ISO p. m. cafeteria style, on the lawn.
the church. In the presence of !the Homestead Electrical Shop and s 'pt. Episcopal Auxiliary Present besides the host hostess Mrs. Arvilla Booth

relatives of both bride and bride- by !the county school board In meeting at the home of Mrs. W. and honor guest were: Mr. and for
Miami. Two days after his marriage
groom. R. Bird. Mrs. Mcllwaln and son, Arnold;
The bride wore a teal blue I he enlisted In the navy as Sept. 4-Y. W. A. study course Me and Mrs. Ceo Barnes, their CHAINSHome
dress with white accessories anda ,a petty officer, third class.
Sept. T-Meeting of Junior
rosebud They will live in Miami until
corsage. Woman'! .Club at home of Mrs HELEN SCHROEDER
She was member of this year's I I the bridegroom. goes on active Ted Oldendorf. HONORED ON BIRTHDAYA Corsetry
graduating class at Redland High I duty.
...
'- Sept. It-Meeting of Woman's I surprise birthday party '
Club of Homestead. given Saturday for Helen Prices from
AD ASTRA TO CELEBRATE speaker at the dinner held in Red- wa'i
der at her home In Florida
Sept. 28-Meeting of Jennie
ROBERT MORRIS DAY land Community Church Wednesday -
I. McLean Lobdell Circle with Mrs. A. M. Cake, Ice cream and punch 3.50 13.95
Mrs. P.
Grand Chaplain Esther Livingston night. sang
will present the program this 'two solos for which Mrs. T. L. Logan. served, and each guest receivd a

evening when Ad Astra Chapter Hodges played the accompani I I::; Methodist book as a favor. I
of the O. E. S. enjoys a covered- ments. Mrs. H. J. Armstrong was ,In the The guests Included: Anita and
dish supper" In the municipal parkIn dinner chairman. '1 Church Tuesday afternoon at 2:30: Phyllis Deitz, Geraldine Lowe I 31 N. W. 4th Street

observance of the birthday of _The Spiritual Life Group \\1111 o'clock..40.4The Lillian Angelina, Warrens Severy
Robert Morris founder of the order Cecils and Peno Tommassl, Homestead, Fla.
:Mrs J. W. English, worthy : nie Clonlnger, Johnnie Detz: Ron-I I I

matron has charge of arrangement : Macaroni Family Glenn Schroeder

,:, for the supper
Past Grind Matron Nancye By BETTY BARCLAY I

Ricknrd Miami: will be a special

guest lark Howard
The chapter will resume Its DIXIE DRUG
Polk
Johnson
reguat' meetings In October.

Phones SO and 9101
MRS. IIO\\\IW JOHNSON

IS KRIIK.L:; HOSTESS

Mrs Howard Johnson entertained A WORD ABOUT OUR
at bridge Tue'd.IY' Mrs
I I Julian H Webster. Mrs C J. Par- I. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE ="apsi
man M(.. W. E. Rlieney Mrs. Lee
II Lehman, Mrs. Frank Webb, Z r a 'Il r r f
i iI The Retail Store of
Drug is justly proud its
Mrs Deco Webb and Mrs. Frank 1
Hausman. prescription service ll is the most Important ,

The high scores were made by department in our store Only capable,
Mrs Bevo Webb and Mrs Haul- licensed pharmacists,using the purest of full
man. strength materials,compound your prescrip.tion. '
The next time let the Reiall Drug* 1Rey.

B. P. W. C. TO MEET Store serve you.
NEXT MONDAY: NIGHT

To avoid a meeting on Labor i
!
Day the Homestead B. P. W. C

I will meet next Monday Instead of
the Mrs. J. F.lIarnmett .
following Monday 50c site 39c size
the president, announces -

Mrs .E. A. Froscher and Mrs. I I IL // EYELOwith MILK OF MAGNESIA

Virgil Lynn will entertain the club EYE cup
.t the home of Mrs. Froscher. r A teaspoonful for anI
I A new soothing wash antacid. . A table.
I The lading adapts of this wheat food, macaroni,', tpsghtttl i lot tired irritated ryes fora safe
spoonful
)IR!& 1IINDMAV: ENTERTAINS
and due
noodles
egg. art popularly called THE ENERGY TRIO. 10 exposure tit
JENNIE: I.OBDELL CIRCLE dust,wind,tit.UNDnn f%sa ive.
Mrs. B. M. Hindman entertainedthe Housewives plan to change the Spaghetti al Burr
Jennie !Lobdell Circle of the I wee of serving popular foods In AH housewives plan at least one 35c 45c nttir
Homestead W. S. C S. at her keeping with ssaioni. So let's not hot dish dall,. Here's one that Is 's
Corset our friends The Macaroni
to and
easy favorite
prepare a family
home Monday evening Miss Lob- Family now that warm weather Ishere. for luncheon. 7j-'anoDwr
noeucr
f dell directed study of the book, Macaroni spaghetti egg H Ib. spaghetti
Our Times. noodles and the otter members 01 H cup hatter
I this popular family that are such H cap grated cheese rat luilt > ITOU r "int VURI ALWAYS
serving favorites In other su-as can be Salt and
of .retrl'lhmf'ntfrult salad pepper
turned Into dozens ft excellent Cook
spaghetti In boiling salted
cake and
y punch. summer dishes. water till tender and turn unto a
Present were: Mrs A. M. Logan. This wheat food being bland will hot platter. Add seasoning and ICE CREAM
Mrs Lloyd Field, Mrs O. Sewell blend naturally and tastily with butter. Stir till all strands are weU
Palmer. Mrs. Earl Pacettl Mini I vegetables, with fruits and with buttered tnd sprinkle grated cheese '
Either Livingston and Mrs. Hind- meats to make a "balanced over all. Excellent with roasts, Made Fresh Daily In Our
man and Miss Lobdell. main coarse dish that Is easy to chicken or IIsl1.Mlcl..n'. I
prepare healthful and filled with Daisy Salad
the elements needed for body ..ustenance Own Store
j F.008ClII.ItIN
n. Y. P. tf In every ....00. Any way Inasmuch ss the average American
:; PILAU this food Is served, will prove a family seems to have a growing I 1
mania for salads
this
The B. Y. P. U. enjoyed a pleasing I chants In the menu. What try one
as a change from the
more can one ask for? I popular '
chicken: pilau supper In the municipal potato salad
park Tuesday evening. A* a change for. the popular tt lb. elbow macaroni I
Among those present were: Mr. potato salad why not serve a 1 green sweet pepper
Macaroni Daisy Salad Have you 1 dill or sweet pickle rIlrlIIE .
and Mrs E. E. Byrd Misses! Alta I
noodles
tried errant
r art as a or asa Salt and pepper
and Ellen Vann. Miss Fern Robertson -
dessert; or luscious spaghetti 4 hard.boiled eggs .
Mimes Anne and Catherine with butter The folks will like 1 large ripe tomato : :
Shackleford. Miss Mable Ruth i them all.Here 1 medium onion, chopped flue ;
Pope, Misses Mary Frances and( art three summer recipes ft cup French dressing or

Ruth Rutland, Miss Barbara Jean' that yon will find particularly mayonnaiseCook .., ...... .... .. ... ... .... .... .. ...... .. .. ,..... ....... ........ "..... .. ",, "
Smith, Mary Frances and Peggy i laslnc. The manufacturer of your elbow macaroni In boiling
fevorlte brand of The Macaroni salted water till Under, then drain.
Byrd, Bob Wlllets. Orval and Family ,,\IIladl1 supply yon with Mix with greta pepper, eat Into : For Complete Home Furnishings
Lynn Irwin Wilbur Caves, Theodore additional recipes oa request: small pieces, with tomato sliced or i
Orfanedec, Homer and Al- Noodles with Fresh Fruit chopped, with pickle, chopped flne.
bert Byrum. Junior Pope Buddy H ID. egg Boodles with I hard,bolted eggs, diced. and
Locke and Billy ,Byrd. Fresh fruits In season I with oalon. Season with salt and SeeSmithGraves
then ala all well with
pepper
The Row George H. Ricks was 1 cup cream
French dressing or mayonnaise.
Cook egg Boodles la boning, Serve e* four crisp lettuce
tatted water till tender and drain. leaves, with .. ore daisy oa top
toy W.IoIIcIs. ;Shop slightly with edge eC a saucer. sad garnished with ,.,.le1. The
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1f
Mix with trait cut la small pieces.lorre egg daisy Is made by catling each Furniture Co.
Pill Day hot or cold Sat cereal, with of the two reinstating soiled one I
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1st half malBf One half el the yolk f
nil M fctrtlcBlariy food far for _w. of tho daisy Oat.the
sale 0011/1160./ i 1tudrea not relished a .naitt whit haters data atrtp staffer ..Homestead ... Phone 248-J,
.OW...... \ I'" rose ...,oMttdJMe'1..... seeatgieysees.irt4koIIMW so"a J X ... f. .

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Friday, August 28.1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Seven


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Use and Care of Electric Ranges i 1"2 YEARS AGO I

.................................... CLASSIFIED: ADS /11 .1

- : (Continued nom >ne Four\
(EDIT'' IR S NOTE: This is th e wound in a series of articles pro- -.School Vale 1'11 is hcie-again and HATE: first insertion 10 a line:; subsequent inwrttui

red I aonif service ad\ IOn o f the Florida PO\\ cr & Light com- vacation is ended fiat! fci" Ua St a line /
y. T''" third concerning can e and use of washers. will appear high school it : L____ .-. _____ _. _
pupils. The grade .
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) .11$
n flame holes children will have two weeks
[ leaning outside finishmgc using If the ol the more FOR SALE \oriiB nr APP1.I'nrOft bi RON
etol e -
of fi edom. The Homestead; j TAX DKKIlCtiwwr
or inside of oven, turn burner become clogged they school has I ItUA ..r I IP ",
,
: a good staff. . .
very .
. elf heating units and burners. should be cleaned with a stiff 19ST FORD sedan, economical 80 g. A .97
tf In
. Homestead High School Principal I VOTIlJt I* MMKBY: law" Ih.t
suave all baking I'Icu. the heat brush or piece of fine wire. Pilot L. E. Bennett . mathematic horsepower motor In excellent a1srM Cum, kakkOrttflMto "' St.u .iHit

Istrtbutor and the lower heating II burner can be cleaned with a soft Mill Pearl Aycock . rug--j condition; tire fair. Owner'(111I Oreety led. this'' .f J.... A. D N..it441 114.14 1 h.,>.1,1d."<*
wire brush. Cast Iron "star" must ell to get college ... . ,
colt from electric range, oven. Uih Miss Manila Ohl . science, money. lap oftloto, sad M .1. "
burner may be boiled In soda Phone 2 W9-R. Milan for a tar died to fcrml thrr**
s r outside finish and insiden a or I
glib C.
R Daniel. . Latin and Span-1\ M. Jbiw OrtttlMt sabre.it. i a-
1 finish with cloth wrung ,solution (one tablespoon of sal Ish not tar sun fti t namni In the i ;,,m, : at
yet : In
water and rimedamp |soda to three quarts of water), lupplied the,UNDERWOOD tYPI\Vrller-Wtllo i bade, **". ..f IM .....a I
rOm ,
warm soapy After grammar school, seventh anJJ quickly at $40 because condition IS fu urlp Loot I end, alt.Rua .
cloth. boiling, the burners should I4 I Mk T. S ,I. I 1'1.
th be washed In hot soap suds rinsed eighth grade. Mrs. C. A Field;I Is good and typewriters arescarce S. Puw PIslda.thr <. .,"" ..>
not wash any porcelain fin- In clear Water allowed sixth( grade Mr. Neva King, 14 N. W. Third street. I I I ode. BUM ofTh
outside while It I is( to drain Cooper fifth him MMllMMit of MM i. rlv moVrchr
Inside or ; grade, J. E Homestead.
,, .
(with the portholes down), and MM rwtmrlt WM In 111 n 'n nfI
. of To prevent stain on finish,I Nash; fourth grade Mini Louise I I I H OnifeniUntaM .
after wiped thoroughly dry. Modern Pedigo third REMINGTON typewriter- used MM n-nlfkX. hall rrHriand -
move all spot lOon theybeCII' ; grade. Mrs Lucy ; .
I non-clog top burners I according. tat taw, th pr.wrlytorrlM
can usually '
and remove spilled grease: Warner Jordan; first grade, Miss comparatively little. Best offer 1 Html will to ol.1 to It.. hints.
nd food from outside finish and i be adequately cleaned with a Mary L. Hole. Florida City. Miss I takes It. Phone 29D-W.I ..t bidder It 'brush. Aluminum or porcelain I first M infer In Ik* miKlh if O.ndrr,
inside oven finish before they I Whllmetta Clement and Miss Jacqueline I!I IMS, whirl U the Mk 4.r ..r virr.
burner should never be boiled in BOTTLED gas ranges-large or 1 S.Ltatrd.
use smoke or become burned Edwards. Redland Farm, I I ,... .
caustic or solutions containingsoda. small, Immediate Installation.j this link Air of Ana IMSR
finish. Life School: P. K. Plaits, principal I .
Ito the parcelaln H irArHtKMAN.:
Wash burners Phone 509-J Virgil D. Lyon 321! '
with a mild . Miss Edna Brookfield Mira) Clerk: .t Cln-iiK (ourt.Itari .
Remove all spilled fruit juices, cleaner ,and rinse with clear water N. Krome ave. s4) I <>...11. Florida
Willadine Mclver and a teacher to), I CI..II Court semi "
other food
[milk, vinegar or containing should
a thorough cleaning be be B, N ('. 8TrillFTT O. e.A.
appointed from the
high school -
acids from porcelain finish necessary.For CHRISTMAS vines, rooted; young i ... St. it. *Tl. 4. II IMIINOTIIK
and the following grammar schoolteachers i trees and Mrs.
immediately. and mango papayas. I r-
proper economical operation : Mrs. Faust Miss Wender,I N .Q. Ball 13 N. E. 8th St
>.Wipe off baking racks and heat of temperature controls on Miss Edith Hunter Miss Johnston' (7tf) FOR: (IF TAX ANIMATION: IIKKItCh.pur

.t' distributor In same manner and use range be sure that range sits levelon Miss Ray, Mrs. Hugo Vjhlen and lt.M" -A... M Wt
abrasive If necessary for clean floor and the pilot or signal 1 Fa. AIt'"
PLOW, 2 Cole planters, NOTI,'! la HhHFHY .IVFN that P 0.RniKHl .
fol-lowing
ing these. metal parts and oven lights_ work. II iIf i drivers have other tools. Chas. J. .prayer'l h..I...-' ..I stets and c......, TatCemifical.
lining. Chromium plated parts your range Is not equippedwith 101., 102114 issmod taw Sol d.1
I pointed: Miss E. L. at 110 Fifth street. irf JUIMS A, 1>. l.4.. baa riM MUM I.
should be cleaned with cloth an automatic -Naranjo-I ., .
temperature .
route; Mrs. Gossman -- -- ------ my 0111. and bM MMil pj r t4tm forCwtirirM
,
I tar so be h-t.d it........... Said
control
a
from
warm, water purchase and SPENCER
wrung soapy you may use Princeton; J. A. Soper ; Corsetler.Appolnt.I .mk...._ aid rnllowliwrrlbrd A.
and polished with dry cloth. I an inexpensive oven thermometer route; D. Kufeldt. Redland." In Homestead. Helen G. fr.frnr t* ... Ominlr ot Di .K

Always wash broiling pan Immediately which will help to improve the home from Akron, O. . I Hackler 2551 N. W. 7th St., ....*tot of 4.Fi..Hln-k+d.. tousle S, .._. $fc.rm.Trait. ..

after using Jt and storeit results of oven roasting and bak I Miami. Phone 48-2309. a ask,. Plot Hook .. Pays lln.In .
I I the Cmmtt at IHio*. Slot, ot '1.....
outside of oven. When replacing ing.Make (PJJI-.2S .
lower heating unit In electric I It a practice to turn down ancestor chambers of commerce I I its.The..ev..wsl of MW .......... reelertM
fishing tourney and libraries, andthereby Mid 4wrtificato I. law of
was "
be the all heating units or burners to low 24-INCH disc saw latest type re.
oven, sure unit Is reduced the V.k.......
pushed back securely In socket Immediately after food begins to budget by I. movable teeth with mandrill, Valves MM ....IIIra.. h.ll W rdevised .
about 70000. Th remainIng .
only cranllnl la law tar omorrl
boll or steam and that all heating $35. Bauer dr. and County Club
If one end of heat distributor li beneficiary la the rate and Mrrlh ihrln will air wM Ui th M.h-
marked front, that end should face units or burners are turned off rd. Phone 24S-W. (pJyS-IO .. bidder .t tai awn House thins MI the
traffic bureau at ... .. .,
2500. .
OrttbM.IMI
flral M H.r In the Ik f
the front of the oven. Do not store Immediately after food Is which h taw Sth ,i f ......** .
food in oven. Always keep it dry. or a few minutes before it I COOked'l I 5-ACRE lime grove, 2 miles from I I....
If have watched the tars D.t.d this tllh 4.. -if Aw-t. 1114Lx.
It Is a good Idea to you bank bId,. Can be bought rea .
Clean well I : P. IATHKRMAM.
deep cocker In same I I
the range Inspected once a year by a shooting from Roman candles at sonable. Mrs M. A. Berger N. Cora.4 Circuit 1'--
clean manner the Always lift well to repair man. InY I ICURRENT la Fourth of July celebration you I Krome ave and 10th it, Homestead fear iS..ny. e'hwidaCresit .
edges. If cooker top !s Court Peel
have a concept'of how some scientists : (m-tf) By N. C. 'T :1111 I''M'. D. QAug.
Insulated, never Immerse It ;in believe the earth was cast ; I II SI, Bk 4. I1. 10-21
i
water. I '
off from the parent sun. Other NOTICE OP BIDS
Clean all surface electric heatIng .I I
I. erudit'i claim these heavenly I At a regular meeting on Sept.I FOR RENT
units by burning off the
spilled COMMENT I bodies are accumulations of stellar, 8, bids will be received for furnishing
food with high heat I '
Immediately
dust, attracted in a mass and 12 months' supply of gasolne -,ATTRACTIVE bungalow nicely
after it
has been spilled. Blow off I
I charred particles after I .AAA" AA AA AAA.J compressed. They have found ten fuel oil, kerosene and lubricating furnished. Walking distance
unit
heating
: I planet, in the order of their size: oil to the city of Homestead. from business section and school
:1 has cooled. Electric surface heat I (Continued from Four)
Phge
ing units that are equipped with Jupiter, Saturn Neptune, Pluto I Information as to quantities and Box 739, Homestead or Phone 81

': bright metal drip pans should be lumber-along with clothing and Venus, Earth, Uranus, Mars, Mer"cury. I specifications may be obtained at Saturday p. m., Sunday a. m. or

'I I lifted so that drip pans can be shoes-mar soon follow. They are sure there is another the office of the city clerk. Monday. (aU)

1 taken out and cleaned with cloth I s I hanging out In the stellar I R. E. EDWARDS.
I I I I space; they have some clues but I City clerk. FURNISHED) house for rent. See
from !
wrung 1
warm soapy water!,, The equal spread of a sales tax
have not located it hence
and wiped a* yet, L. O. Hall at Berger residence
dry.
Pull out large surface unit drip I 11* receiving the attention of thenation's call it Planet x:. They assert It I WANTEDTUTORING 10th and Krom (]y3U)
merchant who think It ,
pan from Is almost the size of the earth and
immediately range below which is located will avert Inflation as well as 33 times farther out in spate from I I WANTED WgJfj PARTLY furnished house In Florida
surface
heating
raise money. I school and school subject running hot and cold
units In most electric I the sun than are we. It hasn't grid City;

ranges, and clean In same and manner.gas I I |I been so many years since Pluto l I Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B, water; fruit trees; nice yard.

Open coil electric heating units'may War has increased the price of was discovered. Maybe that 200-, Plummer_ drive and Country Apply Homestead Lender PhoneZ

be cleaned faster by sprinkling percale dresses 87 Vt per cent; inch telescope will reveal some| Club road.. (a24U)

the Inside of a tin pie pan women' shoes, 13.7 per cent; thing when It gets In use. j j'i

with water and Inverting It over men's overalls, 46 per cent; and I

the unit. The sides of the pie panshould wool suits, 30.9 per cent. I CARD OF THANKSWe

not . EDWARD STILING
touch the porcelain wish to express our heartfelt -
finish of range. Turn heat to! The Dade County commission thanks for the many expreislons -

high and leave for 10 minutes. Let has been granting the Universityof of sympathy In the loss of

cool and blow off charred par- Miami (Coral Gables) an annuity our son and brother and for the REALTORReal

ticles. of $30,000 but next year they many beautiful floral offering

Surface gas burners should be will )lop off $10,000 of It. Mr. and Mrs. Neal 1., Chambers, Estate General Insurance
wiped with a damp cloth after omitted from the budget allow1IUflNER'S I LeRoy Chambers -

I Clyde Chambers.
1
I NOTARY PUBLICCor.

I WANTADS IM Palm A\e. and Ate. D Florida City, Fla.

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For Prompt
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I HoME GROVE LANDS-TRICK LANDS-CITY LOTS-HOMES

I CAB SERVICE Price Were Never So Lew-Plenty of Cowl Tabors
/ 24-HourAmbulance Service

at reasonable rates II : A. CAMERONREAL

LADY ATTEND.INT

Phone 270 Homestead, Fla.: PHONE 9108 or 389 ESTATE

HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
HOMESTEAD. CAB SlUICE
-- - - ------ - - ------ Odd Fellow's
-------- - -- Opposite Building
I
F. O. rlommer Prep.

The World' New Setn Through TeL Ne 7* Established ntt

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR .I

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An lutmutnmt Duly Vtwtft 'TROPICAl.MDNKEYJUNGLE. :

b Tnuhfol-Coa. n>ctiTO-UnbuMrd-fn fm SmMd..L
I MB Ed,......... An Timely and lose rarrirs. mt Its Daily DR. C. H.. DENBY
FMimt Together with doe Wwklr W...im Sections Make
i de.. M-Ssr an Ideal N..p.per I. dw t- ONLY
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i .hn; orOn ;;.;;;, .s..P..b i ;Soetetya MONKY Osteopathic Physician

J .. Norm s.rI -, Boson MMMchi JUNOLCINTMCUJ.

Price |U 00 Yearl,. or '1.00 Monik.r .
I Samna. less including M. UHM ..-.-, 12 60 a TlautMliutarr Phone 39Homestead

Off.. 6't.rtee It. GSail.Nasea.r .
Ne rl w e me.&"
--,... e went Die.e tests Fla.
so a., read e..ih ofPis.

i iI' t e trn' J : akIt.wleaf.Irswo ". (Over Drown' Drug Store)'
PLB COPV' ON REQUEST

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Paw Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, August 28, 1942


OCEAN FISIIINGContinued est sympathy of the officer and i Beside, his parents, he la Survived
men of naval aviation." I by two brother; LeRoy
I Lieut Chambers tailed for the Chambers, who 1* in defenae work '
SALVAGE DISPOSAL BLANK ( from Page One) Pacific theatre of war from San at Naranja, and Clyde Chamber, '
tog of flotaam recovered: which Diego June 26. He had received a cadet at the Athena Pre-riight
FILL llf OB CHECK BLANKS AND BUNO OE MAIL TO included, among other thing: his education at Lon Mom Junior Scohol at the University of Geor

C o.N. Wakefleld, Six hundred pound of crude College in Texas and at the University gia.
Chairman Salvage Committee, rubber. of Miami, where he took Mr*. Chamber la a deacones
Homestead Fla. Seventy pound of lard. the civilian pilot training/ course In the Homestead Church .of the
A 85-gallon drum of lacquer. He Joned the naval: air corps In Nazarene and president of Ita'
Wt have checked our premise and nearby vacant propertyand Two empty five-gallon demijohn I May, 1M1 and wa stationed: missionary society Lieut Chambers
find that we have approximately ,___ pound of *. Opa Locka From there he was had been a member of the
acrap to be hauled away. Some bottled peppermint-probably sent to Jacksonville, and later returned Nazarene Sunday School and had
Q Pleat tend wrecker to get car or atenllar large object. from tome torpedoed) ahlp' to Miami |I attended it since childhood.

Q We wish to donate this material to ----_ __ medicine chett j
The Valeria which ha Its
Q We with to sell this material to junk dealer. I anchorage at Miami crulaed I

far south a* No Name Key. a'i

Signature -. ....-----.- ._- . I' guest on the southern part of,
: the fishing trip were Mr. and:
OUR MOTTO
Address ___ ______- -- Mr*. Cleveland Johnson and :
j i gene Johnson of Rock EU.I

'MILITARY RITESContinued "A Position for Every

13 Fertilizer Grades Conservation Officer I'I
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Approved for Florida Shows Wild Life Films about were wreath and sprays and Qualified Person"This


Galneavllle, Au,. 27-To conserve Moving IIlct-t Florida wildlife I vase At the of flower cemetery the lieutenant" I

vital war chemicals: and at were shown before the Red-I stood In line near the grave Opposite -
land District Lion Club at Its
he same time assure Florida : were the marine, with their
is no time for back-seat driving.Get .
regular meeting Tuesday night bJ'1
read the
inner and growers an adequate 'rifle The chaplain
,
apply of fertlllzeri, the War Homer Rhode Jr, state wild life committal service and the firing I iI qualified-the needs
government
''Toductlon Beard recently ap- conservation officer. I party fired the customary three I
roved a lift of S3 formula or Mr. Rhode who took the picture ,volley over the grave The bugler you. -
radtf which manufacturer will of wild bird and animal in their founded Up*. And then at the
!e permitted to place on the native haunts told of tome of bit I end the chaplain lifted the large] We maintain the short intensive course
wrket thin season. experience in performing his American flag from Its place
in shorthand that qualifies in the least time.;
duties.
Harold Mowry. associate direc: I the grave, folded it with the assistance -'
'1r of the Agriculture Experiment' Plan selections by Charles of an aide, and presented i Get our terms.
latlon, says the list larger than Helger, Redland District mUilcilll.1 it to the war victim" mother. I

7PB allowed in any other state, provided musical The second lieutenant who I Over eleven hundred students already
od the wide range In grade give George Wakefjeld, salvage served aa pall bearer were: C. J.
i rower* an opportunity to obtain drive chairman asked the Lion Fitting, Jr.. W. C. Cox. Jr. J. D.,
1 tnixfure satisfactory for any to assist in collecting m.talln the Dorroh, R. W. Teller J. J. HardJ'1and I placed.We
rop or growing conditIon. The Redland on Wednesday.' John IX M. Blackman. can place' you, too, when you are

tate formerly had (91 different Reed, a new member, wa :"tro-l I To these men In uniform the I qualified.
grades regittered I duced by President Will deceased wa Lieutenant Chambers I s
Seven of the approved grade Results of experiment with a patriot who had given his:
cryptoategia aa a source of rub- life for his But to the
airy no nitrogen and range from country.
S to 16 per cent phosphoric acid ber will be reported to the clubby : home folk, those who stood: with I
'nd from S to It per) cent potash. Dr. Geo. D. Ruehle and S. J. ,head uncovered at the cemetery BusinessColl. '
'wtD -thl'M grade -carry from Lynch of the Subtropical Experiment "I the dead hero was their neighbor! Stanley e

1 to I per) cent of nitrogen and Station next week. "iCenneth", the kind and sincere ,
,ref other, called high nitrogen lad who had been born not far I MM,icorri:'Building 'j, ,;/

pdreteri, carry from S to 12 SEABEESContinued from that very burial place 23, HOMESTEAD FLORIDA.
w HJIft.Itro year before, who had "come back ,
r The adopted grade Include the home . to stay".
blowing analyses 0-8-12; 0-8-24; ( from Page One) I I: These friends had loved him as''

10-10;; 0-12-16; 0145. 0-14-10; tunitiea for training in mechanic a child, for even then he was unassuming
16-0 plus mn; 2-8-6; 2-8-10; and other line which the navy la had admired him
1M; 3-6-10; 3-8-S; 3-8-8: offering young men. a* a uret Redland High I
4-8; .-5.7; 4-6-8, 4-7-8; "Another unique! opportunitynow School, where in 1838 he had won
.-4; 4-8-6 4-8-8; 4-0-3; offered," he said, "I 1. the construction an athlete' scholarship to college.
s 10-7; 4-12-4; 412858;I battalion popularly :'They were proud enough when fie FREE SERVICE STAR CARDSFOR
6-10.; 575. 5-8-8, 6-4-8,i known a* the Seabee In this .got his wings and commission at
6-6: 8.0.81112; ; and 12-0-10 battalion men between the age of i Opa Locks last May, when his -
L. H. Kramer of Lake Wale, co-' 17 and 50 enlist for service In I splendid record made him one of THE FAMILIES OF SERVICE MEN

airman of the agriculture and constructing bases and other project the ten In his class who were{I :This Service Star window
i '
.e.tock division of the state dense *for the navy. :eligible to become marine offlI card should be teen in every
council, has tent a list of the Ensign Arthur who was graduated !I cers. But they were proudest of home In America that la represented -
proved grade to all member of I from Annapolis last ,all .when he made seven out of: father husband
divltlon. He took the ber. expect: to be assigned' aircraft ; by a ,
lead In Decem-j nine perfect landing on an I Armed
brother in the
rmulatmg the list of grade for duty when he return to I carrier at San Diego, and on or
Form of the United State. -
'orlda which were recommendedthe I this week-end. I had made a record to high there,;i It emphasisea America' pride)
WPB during sessions, July that his training period was cut "
I In Jacksonville and July It in War Board, fertilizer manufacturer in half I in those who are eervmj our .
tlanta. I and trained technical worker Mrs. Chamber last heard from country in time of war.
'
Mr. Mowry lay the approved with the state and the United Kenneth when be was on BLUE SILVER OR GOLDThe '
'adei are based on recommenda- State Department. of Agriculture: Island, and she received .
Mldwa'i MM Star Miente mrfe* aa
in* of grower, co-operative, - ten from him after she the Am* Hwy. .r Mariee.Csepso
'rm bureau representative, the READ THE WANT-ADS I ceived the new of his within the hovMhviea Ike Unite.
ate defense council, the USDA I In a message of sympathy to the BUM.lie'SOnr.
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boy's' parent) Rear Admiral Jt Itl 1 Star denote*a ril ei_ .
Towers wrote: "It I* my hope that I aide the eoMfcMotel United Stetea
the knowledge of his loyalty to either ea Uw high seas *a the
I our country and his patriotic participation I United Stew BanimnB*, er ea _
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I crlfite aide the Son lead
Try any gardeo-work Job ;
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: with new-type Garden Tool .

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last year after :year. EXPERT el the United Btetes d

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