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: September 11, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00559
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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t| )II I memorizing of capitals of of the war emergency, Baker I
S. SEEKING countries and dates of battles, division -,iM..Hindman predicted in a talk last March, Camp Redland laborers and defense workers were
nea n. n. I by fractions and the findingof before the Homestead Rotary Club will bt put to the ,use for which It I' received Sept. 3 by E. A. Roberts,
was constructed, to house white I camp manager, from Paul Vander :
11tId cube root-these and other Wednesday I I
I migratory farm laborer and their I Schouw, supervisor of Florida migratory !-
OR't t needless time-consuming scholastic The principal of the Homesteadand
requirements that have little'I Florida City schools, who has families. Orden to open the 188 I labor camps. who r ,>
k, value to most pupil In after-life been an Instructor on the teacher headquarters In Vest Palm hear \
- and are even of doubtful value as training staff of the University of 57 MILL LEVY TO The camp..cont.tnicUon of w il:'>
1r I was begun In August 1941. was:
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"mental dliclpllne -will go by Miami, was speaking on "The "
r.b pupils the board more quickly as a' reREDEEMS- Schools and the War Emergency. !'Jessed to the army .ttei Pert
The army and navy have asked BE KEPT IN FORCE:,'I Harbor before the building w- rsfin'shed
the white
.n : A similar camp, for negro
the schools to Increase their i emphasis
Homestead 1$1,305 migratory farm Jaborwi and, : 1
isa i on physics, mathematics,
BY FLORIDA CITY
341 at Redland and physical fitness Mr. Hindman their families, built four niles,
ul, 401 at Homeat said "The problem is going to be east of I Homestead on Cami'I,',1
Florida City Last $10,000 INTEREST to teachers in these "' drive, likewise was never use" lur
get subjects, I I The Florlda" City; council Wed- :
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that but was lease by
a for the first day of he said I purpose
e: combined total 973,!COUPONS; OF CITYAlmost "Teachers are being told,that it pesday .eight, at the close of Its I Pan American AIr Furies. In-.. 'fI
d, 493; Redland, 428, uvtheir patr.atic: duty to stay on', itftjotv a. a board of equalization, which nowTislnlr It as quart<< r*
City, 62. their lobs, yet' science and math set a tax levy of 57 mill for the I for housing feeding and ln;uu. tIng -
day Is another day of registration I teacher continue to be drafted. :l I ferry pilot students
; coming year, the same as for
ten thousand dollar In
however, and the totals I | last army combat team ;o
Those who
not taken
are are confronted : several years past. Ten mills will I lJ.h ;
be coupon certificates issued in 1937for !I Camp Redland moved out I e
are expected to boosted somewhat I with the opportunity to do go to the snking! fund and 47
though not considerably accrued interest on the municipal I what appears tobe Just as Important mills will be used for operating I last of May, and the build! u,
'when classes start Mpnday mornIng -: bonded Indebtedness, will be work for the national war'expense j had been vacant until this week
Both schools have lost pupils I effort four when Mr Roberta began mot ing
at salaries three
or roll after
bought in for $1,30387 by the The> tax adopted Its
to the armed forces times I their salaries and Into the family units: furniture
I present presentation by Wm. J. Gerommo,]
city of Homestead as a result faction II for them before the
School will take in at 0 o'clock I every teacher knows that school tax assessor, showed a total as-1 bought camp
and be dismissed at 3:30: daily instead -' taken by the council Tuesday revenues are likely to be de- sersed valuation ef $222,834.SO. |was turned over to the army. The
of the 8:30 to 3 o'clock sessions I' night. pleted even further." I After deducting $27,06750 for I furniture has been stored until
In force before and for a'' The coupons, having a par val Mr. Hindman said, however, he property that has been reverted to j DOW, as the army used the buildIngs -
short time after war time went I ue of 25 cents, bear no' maturity had faith In the teachers as n the state and $34.283 for property as barracks and not as apartments

Into effect. date and draw no Interest. As whole sticking on the Job, if they held by the town under tax cer- .
Pre-fllght training courses, money accumulated for the purpose are allowed to. tlf!cites, an active, valuation of The opening! of the camp to defense
open to student Who have had of redeeming the certificatesthe The fostering of emotional 1181,504 remains. workers as well as ,agricultural
three yean of Junior and senior council called for bids from (Continued on t'age, Seven) Homestead exemptions take migrants la ..designed:to alleviate
high school mathematics, are ot holders thereof. The two low bids away $33,75250;.widows' exemptions r the shortage of housing accommodations -
Med at the Redland Farm Life were Municipal Bond and Finance and for that type of
Bale of Rubber FoundIn $7.500; disability exemptions -
School and will be offered at Corp. of Miami, offering $5,000 $500. This leaves a net worker only aa long as }he needsof
KeiMsteed High if a sufficient I(I worth of Interest coupon at 13 Bay Off Turkey PointA valuation of $111,75150: on which the' farm workers do not require
number of pupils_apply for the I cents flat and from J. Walter Bell the mlllage Is based. the units thus rented. Defense
course and if an instructor can be &: Co. of!New York,offering $4,850 bale of crridJ rubber was Taxes are due Ho*. 1 and delinquent workers must be prepared to vacate -
obtained. The courses are ..ail-I at 13 tt cents Hat found In Biscayne Bay off Turkey Apr. 1, says Mrs. Flora on three days' notice if and
able in the larger high : The council voted to accept the Point about 12 mile from Homestead .D. Myers, town clerk. A 3% discount when the facilities of the camp
the county, but definite provision low bids and authorized the clerk last.week by a fishing partycomposed' Is offered for tax paymentIn are needed for farm workers.
has not been mad to teach themIn I I I to redeem the certificate: of Coleman Irwin, Lynn November; 2% dl.counfor A house contains two two-room
all the smaller school, it was I Bids for furnishing the city with Irwin and .Bob Spear, all of Homestead payment, In December; and 1% family units or one three-room
learned yesterday.Parents -. I fuel oil and gasoline for the year discount for payment In January. I family unit None of the houses
of boy 16 to 18 years I were opened and turned over' to While they were on their fishIng ,A 3% penalty Is added after Apr. 111 equipped with plumb'ng, but
old, however, are setting up a a committee and Superintendent trip.-from Tuesday morning I 1. (Continued"on Page Seven)
clamor for the pre-fllght training]I Gordon Ivey of the light and to Wednesday afternoon -they|
Continued on Page Eight) I'water plant for tabulating. saw another boat with a bale of

r- rubber, and there was a bale on I Death Takes Miss Frances Lewis, 99,

I To Hear Results of State-wide SurveyOf .j a man dock on the which dock they eedhem passed sus-i A Who Homsteaded at Redland in 1906 I

plclously as long as they were In
Agriculture's Labor Needs SaturdayA -- i
the. neighborhood of the precious
crude rubber. Miss! Frances) L Lewis, who: Her greeUgrandfathef founded. the
late farm labor condo t a quick: survey of the I fiomesteaded In Redland In 1906,I family'fortune .M Inventor of t1..n

the Florida Defense Council was state' 1.lculturallabo1 needs, results Cj or a TO MEET MONDAY and would have been 99 years olda clay pipe ,
of which will be reported week from tomorrow, died at' With her parents she emigrate
tanned the meeting in Lakeland NIGHT
\ back at a meeting to be.. held. In, 'A'relU1ar.'lIIHtln. of.the Red- Up: p. m. Wednesday at her home) :' to. Canada 83 years ago and later
I last Friday to which L L Lakeland tomorrow. on Redland road. Her niece Mrs. moved to \lld ian. She came
OawHer of Goulds, chairman of Divisions of the farm labor committee land District Chamber .of Com R. H. Fitzpatrick, 'who. had been from that state to Florida In 1906 I.
merce will be held in the chamberof
the Dado County agricultural war include vegetable,' Citrus Miss Lewis' constant attendant and became one of the first homesteaders -
'commerce at I
board, and H. L. Cox of Miami standard farming bee-keeping, building p. m. since .she became, .an Invalid was ofh.. Redland District
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were celled to outline step taken poultry, timber and other classifi' ; annprlncesKit at her bedside when the end came Her 160-ocra bu&ectcad fronted >
Carson, secretary.THE
by southeast Florida counties cations. At the expressed wish of Miss nil on the west side of Red>an1 {t
Loaktasj to importation of Bahamas More i than 15,000 hands are Lewis, the funeral, tentatively set road between Avocado and V\a'.d.n f
tabor. needed in three counties In which: WEATHER for Sunday, will be private and drtve.. She Mt. cut citrus trees >
Mr. Cox was appointed chairma -. growers 'have returned Question ;; friends are requested not to send and later sold\ parcel bt her tract "
weu ;
at the vegetable division of naires-recently given out on the Official ,, report of the flowers. Turner Funeral Home l u grove i I'
\sMwly-formed committee, and farm labor"situation southeast Subtropical Experiment Station, baa charge of arrangements The Last year open house wa tU k
Mr. Chandler, who declined chairrasnship Florida, Mr Chandler laid yesterday Homestead. Florida. body will rest In a crypt at Palm for Miss Lewis at her hams In I'

of any division, I*'serving and the return are only [tat. <..<.!Mta. I Kw, ISUta Cemetery, Naranja. celebration of her 98th birthday ;
under him. Guy Kibbler of 40 to 50 per cent complete. Sept. 3. J 89 I T9 !129.90] 0 53 Born in Altord England, on anniversary. Friends whom she ,
Lakeland was elected chairman of "Every grower should get in Sept 4 JL 89 I 69 |29,98| 1.391, Sept. 19, 1843. Miss Lewis was had made over the 85-,**,> period t
tile farm labor committee. touch with County Agent Chas. H.i, Sept 5 J I 91 -| $9 I I? 0.02690 1 eight years old when she saw of her residence In BeOand cam '
_The meeting, called by Lou Stetfani or the United States Employtnent Sept : I I 70 J i! Queen Victoria lay the cornerstoneof and _throughout the day
Kramer of Lake Placid chairmanof Service: to follow up I Ibis Sept. 7, I 190 I 189 J} 008 the famous docks at Gnmsley leaving behind them flower,
,tbar agricultural division of ft* ..application for lajwr," laid I Sept. I. .I t 81 I 70 JSO 07| 0 26I f Her grandfather fought under fruit, candy and othef gift At (
:'', state defense council, decided to Chandler.. I Sept. I, 90 l 172 |3005| 0.13 Lord Nelson In the British navy (Continued on Page Eight) J ,'"


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Two HOMESTEAD LEADER :AND ENTERPRISE Friday, September 11. 1.

MORE WORKERS NEEDEDThe Meatless Days Are Good JAMES ARCHER SMITH | Geo F Archer was discharged?
Rev. George II. Ricks 1 I I HOSPITAL NEWS I trothe hospital Saturday. L
Resigns Ills PastorateThe local Red Cross surgical For Us, Says Dietitian I J I Mrs Lois Schlckman of ]Mta
dressings rooms turned out moro I The Rev. O, Sewell Palmer Jls I 'a patient there.
Rev George H. Rich presented than a thousand dressings hut I i Miami Springs, Sept. 10 (FNS)I!pastor of Homestead Methodist,
hi h resignation as pastor week, Mrs Lee H. Lehman, chairman -I',-r.teatles. days, now In prospect, Church a surgical patient for j
6t the Homestead I I' reports I I hold no terrors for bliss Angle 'three weeks, was discharged from,
PrNb'tertllftl Still more workers are needed I I at the hospital Tuesday
Church' el the clot of the morning Eitill dIrector of nutrition For Prompt
she says, especially on Tuesday
I An eight-pound six-ounce son
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sere ice last Sunday. even In,.. I John Harvey Kello,'. Mlamli born to Mr. and Mrs L. Anderson -
This .,ctlon was taken, he said,!, I II i Battle Creek Sanitarium, where was on Sept. T. CAB SERVICEat
because he had been considering, Lions Club to Begin the only part of the steer used Is Herman the former
I Mrs. Byan
the acceptance of one of two calls 1
: II leather covered
the hide for
which he had received the Attgidan.ee Const)chairs. Miss Geneva Vann, was an ap- reasonable rates

ing week. One call ii preced-I I !': I MIM Eatill Insists, to the hor- pendectomy patient Thursday.
Local growers, common with! daughter of Mr.
Presbyterian church In ror of cattlemen, that 369 meatless Betty Joy Lee PHONE 9108 or 389
N C. of which Mr. Ricks was those throughout the state, will,days a year would Insure a and Mn Curtis E. Lee was an
assistant pastor In 1937 and the have to adjust their fertilizer requirements 'healthier, happier nation Milk appendectomy patient Saturday. HOMESTEAD: CAB SERVICEF.
other call ii from the Northeast I to meet what Is avail'fruit vegetables, nuts and cereals Joe Reynolds was In the hos-
Presbyterian Church of Miami'able for the coming season, R. R.'provide a perfectly balanced meal pital for a tonsil operation Satur- O. Hummer, Prop
Shores I'I Kinard local representative for and Insure the best of health, she day and Arthur Immel of Miami
Mr. Ricks came to Homestead the Gulf Fertilizer Co., told Red- contends for the same operation, Thursday
after hit graduation from Union j I land District Lions in an im- J
Theological l Seminary In Richmond
three ;years ago In the Intervening -'meet-ing
time he has receivedcalls : ; s
from 11 other churches but I i of ammonia will not be available
has not considered them seriously!he said, and some of the other i
He will announce his decision to I ingredients I have other uses which
his congregation on Sunday A',I:are considered more essential to
congregational meeting will be the war effort. Fish scrap and cottonseed -
called for Sept. 20 to act on his I meal, for example, are Today Is Our
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resignation which is to be effective used as cattle food. Transportation -
In October and to make plans I difficulties also .present a
for calling another pastor 'I serious problem to the fertilizer
I Industry
First Aid Units Join J. S. Peters of the Internatinal '
In Labor Day Parade Agriculture Corporation told of Fifth Bil'111day-
I the recent meeting In Atlanta of

Members of the Homestead casualty representatives of the fertilizer
; station and the Princeton industry, land grant colleges In
and Redland Red Cross first aid the southeastern states and U. S.I
groups took part In the Labor Department of Agriculture for the
Day parade in Miami Monday evening 'purpose of recommending grades
of fertilizers to be made this
All wore white uniforms

Capt.In the Josephine Homestead Cook group, Mrs.were Ted: .I'year.recommended Florida, ,fared with better 33 grades than I We thank you for your s

Mrs Frank Hausman, some of her sister states where
Oldendorf.Mrs. T. T. Bowen, Mrs T. J. ,from one to four grades may be patronage in the past and
I sold, he laid
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Walker Mrs J. L. Bird, Mrs
Thos E. Kirby, Mrs Leslie Dit- E A. Roberts, F. S. A. managerat
ter, Mrs J. C. Weatherly\ Miss tamp Redland, spoke briefly hope we will be able to
Helen Livingston, Miss Aftley i on the purpose of the camp and
Kemp, Mill Catherine Rohrer,(Invited the Lions to visit It .
Miss Dorothy Sullivan, Mats Ellen Perfect attendance next Tuesday serve you satisfactorilyfor
night Is the goal of the attendance -
Schallem, L. L. Field and Frank
Hausman, standard bearer. Ceo committee as a flying; another
start for the year.
International attendance
of
B. Oldham, division supervisor
South Dadei emergency; tint lid contest which begins then
and runs for the next thirty-two
units, marched with this group
Mr and Mrs David Barnes,'Mr :weeks. A feature of the eveningwill
and Mr*. W. R. Bird and Mrs be a stag dinner prepared and
served by the club members under
Frank Rue furnished transportstlon
the supervision of Lions Ed Gal-
to Miami for the members j

Princeton's wore thirteen representatives -,laher are and urged Charlie to make Pratt.a special Members HOMESTEAD HABERDASHERY;

group consisted 1:1: ')effort to be present. 1

Fontaine, captain, Mrs M.F, Kent,I WITTKOP &. BUCHANANDON'T
co-captain Mrs J. F Gammon W. S"fvs .
I Ivy
Mrs Georgia Copp, Mrs. E. L.I
Stream Mrs O C. Riven, Mrs. y pay7
A. L. Campbell Mrs. J. L. Murray I sr A R V
Miss Ruth Murray, the Rev.I I
1M'J MJe
M. E. Myer, Warren Cash, Ernest
Stadig and Clarence Myer, standard Our Quota

bearer. I __ ,
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In the Redland group were: -
Mrs H. S. Greene Mrs. Steve
Brodie, Miss Sue Robinson and
Miss Martha January. i

Geronimo, Infant Dies '
Two Days After BirthA WASTE FERTILIZER


son was born to Mr. and Mrs
Wm. J. Geronimo, Jr., on Sept. 7at
Wilmington, Del., but the baby
died Sept 9, according to 0 .
telegrams received here by Mr
and Mrs Wm. J. Geronimo of

Florida City. I :
The younger Mr. Geronimo Ii
working in an airplane factory of IF THE WEATHER IS DRY, :
the Bethlehem Steel Corp. He .
was married In Elkton, Md., on '
Oct. 4, len to Miss Frances Case,, :<. DON'T WAIT TO IRRIGATE OR .
daughter of Mrs. Paul Fisher of I ; :
Churchill, Md. I :
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Friday September 11, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pate< Three .


.. ... .. *' boards, to prevent any men in war'
I Industries from leaving their I

II I OUR MEN IN SERVICE places to Join the army, the Mac-| !
I Dill announcement stated. I RENEW YOUR 1942DRIVER'S

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-t' . Southern Bell Trains .
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Lieut (jg.) Robert Crow. U ton of the late F. E. Ferrell form. Three New Operators

S. N.. son of the late W. R. Crowwho j jer police chief of Homestead, re- A class of three; -began I four- i LICENSE
was for years a prominent'celved his wings at Luke Field, .
week
training court in the Homestead
druggist of Homestead, arrived Aria, on Aug 2J and It now at office of Southern Bell Tele-
here Wedneday night with his Salt Lake City awaiting orders
phone and Telegraph Co. Monday
charming bride, the former Miss for service abroa?. As pilot of a on -
Mavis Muggeridge of Chicago, forvisit flying fortress btu! crew numbers reports. MUM Ethel Nixon, By October 1 :
manager.In
I with Dr. and Mrs. James seven. i
Archer Smith. Lieut. Crow, in the class are M.n. Stuart
Hall, Mrs. Clyd: Bowden and Miss
the dental
of
the
corps
navy was Kenneth Glenn who hat enlisted Mildred Lewi.
stationed at Pensacols when he In the civil engineering Hunter it Mrs. Herbert
the instructor.
married Miss Muggeridge last service of the navy left for pre-
April 13, and has been sent to liminary training Norfolk Tues S. L KENDRICKJUSTICE
Miami for further transfer. He day. Mistress: "Oh, Mary, 'how did
was graduated in dentistry from :you break that \aseT"
Northwestern University In 1939. Maid: "rm very sorry mum; I OF PEACE OFFICE
. Men 45 to 50 May Now was accidentally dusting"Answers.

Ensign Clarence Proscher who' Enlist in i U. S. Army Homestead Florida

was In Honolulu for some time is, The OPEN FROM 7 A. M. TO It P. M.
seven ages of woman-the
believed now to be in a south MacDlll Field, Tampa Sept. 10 infant, the little girl, the mist, DULY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Pacific war tone. -At n between the of 45
ages
young woman, the :young
th'l
and 50
who have character, skills the young woman the
First Lieut. Theodore Franklin or aptitudes which make their enlistment woman.-The. Bee-Hive.
left SOT Fort Bragg, N. C. :yester. desirable and who are
day after a one-week visit with otherwise qualified now may enlist ,
his parents Mr. and Mrs. PA J. In the Army, of the United''
Franklin. States, it was announced today at''
e MacDlll Field."heretofore I'
Lehrn'a '
Clayton ; ton 'of Mr enlistment has been''
and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman and confined to men between the aes''
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Edward of 18 and 45. However, citizens I
Billing of Florida City, has com- of the United States who reached A to the People
pleted his basic I Report
training in Mississippi their 45th birthday prior to February
and has been sent to I 18 1942, ,and who at the,,
Buckley Field, Colo., a new camp. time of application have not
I
He Is in ground crew work of the reached their 60th birthday, now'

army air corps.Sergeant . may be accepted for enlistment. I'

They will be assigned to service -,
James Wollam, who is ,
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command
or war department I '
serving In the quartermastercorps
U. S. A. at Camp Shelby overhead where units or Installations'II
they will release enlisted
Miss. writes his mother, Mrs M
for
men general military service
P. Mollam, that he expects to ob-
tain furlough to spend here Prior to acceptance, men In
within the next three weeks. ige group must obtain thl'l I
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J T. Godwin, ton of Mr. and UNITED STATES SUGAR CORPORA. -

Mrs. R. L. Godwin and president T10N renders-' a live (fold service It pays substantial taxes, gives employment .
of the Class of 1941 at Homestead the railroads and
to thousands of people helpe support
High for School, will leave this evening other business ol the State ol Florida. supplies a basic necessity of 3
Camp Blandlng to enter HOTELPATRICIA
the air life and furnishes an outlet for productive investment of the savings
army corps as a mechanical -
specialist. of the thrifty. The value and extent of! such services can be appreciatedonly
. when the volume known. Below is shown the extent of our

R. C. Jackson, Jr., pfc., field contribution during the year ended June 30. 1942 to the people the
artillery, U. S. A., telegraphed his State and the Nation
parents who live at NaranJa that ?12 S. E. 2nd Ave. available:
addition making to
he has been transferred from United State Sugar Corporation in to
Fort Lewis, Washington to Camp MIAMI our fellow Americans 86,743 ton of sugar a woefully short national
Carson, Colorado Springs. The ; commodity provided 4,731,878 gallons of molasses, national shortages
occasion of hit telegram wan that ; I of which necessitated the institution ol priorities and restrictions. We
ke had just climbed Pike's Peak, Overlooking bay and river. I also made available the only supply source lor the essential oil of
and was tired out but the magnificent I lemon grass and provided feed for live stock, which provision relieved
and "gorgeous1view' had Tw Meckt from' FUflorStreet. 1 I la some extent the heavily burdened transportation facilities ol the)

been worth the climb. f Nation.In .
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Leroy Jackson, another Von 'of I e JPIet, .**.. L-t..w.. doing theee things' sn addition to providing extensive facilities, .it

Mr, 'and Mrs.: R. C. Vacksoq. of I .'4> Refined ataMBher.*. I was neceetary to incur heavy obligations, which are summarized a*
Naranja, returned to Camp Bland- follow
In,' Friday after spending his } i
post-enlistment furlough at home. ". SPECIAT. .. Excise taxes deducted m settlements] for IU I . RATES I end paid directly to the National Treasury

Sterling Lamar Dickinson, Jr, TO SOUTH DADERS I Ij m the sum of ?*._..?__.._...._.____...t 870.484
son of Mr. and Mrs< S. 1.. Dickinson
has been sworn in as an army j i' Provision income and excess profits taxes on

aviation cadet and is now waiting $1.50 Single the year's business amounted to .....--?........?_... 900.000 ,
for his to
summons service.
. $2.50 Double '. Other taxes paid to federal, State County and

Noah Peterson, Jr., son of the local governments aggregated ............,.,..__ 528.057
Rev. and Mrs. Noah Peterson, and '

Truitt Bullard, ton of Mr. and So that our total tax bill, was .?...... ......_.. ..JU98.S41
Mrs. F O. Bullard both graduates -
of Homestead High School, Wages and salaries paid aggregated ............._ 2J35.61S
Joined the army air corps sitnerhanlial Stay overnight to finish I Freight created for the railroads, and in turn

specialists Wednes transacting your business--tare expended by them for taxes wages and
day. Earl
Swilley, son of-Mr.
and him B. R. Swilley and graduate another trip (which meant gas, I II 4 materials amounted to _.?.._._?..,__............. I.030.29S

Joined of In Redland the same High classification.School also tires, time and nerves). .. Expenditures for merchandise materials supplies
I etc. (most ol which were purchased within "

Lieu Frank Ferrell Jr. brother i the State], including substantial amounts paidto

of Mrs. S. L. Dickinson and I neighboring farmers aggregated ___....... 2,570,553The


F sum ol the foregoing is ____..._..___... 8735.005

DVAQt BOLT FOR WEAR To provide the foregoing benefits to the people, the State and tht

r AND BEAUTY Nation, it was.necessary to provide suitable facilities which require
substantial investments in the Everglades on the part of our stock
I e4' 'te! Builder Hardware you select holders many of whom are also employees, and as compensation for
t ,uaowae here will survive long the risk involved In making available the assets facilities and credit

:yean of servic to provide such benefits to the people, the State and the Nation and J '

We have on hand a large for return on their investment, the stockholders were paid $529,850.
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Y HOMESTEAD LEADER Our (Great America & 6' :

AND ENTERPRISE I

0 mEFRONHO1neserwi
91.4 ARCHER.Pro.M.at ad Gle.ruuORIR I

LIACR ARCRtftrs..nuw -
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PiWbhW r..u>Ti .( R_.... Ft*.. P f
I* tbt said lIMo r.kU. CM l..ar.PMCHrnoM '
RATES Uke everything else which of wheat, corn, cheese, eggs, poultry .
h lIMa c.u.._- .1..* comes to America in ships coffeeIs and cereal The governmentis
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....... of Ife* create_ Slew good in the
Is becoming scarcer. WPB II reducing paying prices Souttt
.._ .. < ttmtt mttt lobster
im'"
t.nr II Hit. M tle foM .rfat HIASUY 2X MILS- or at crocWlftlM civilian coffee quotas to 63 for dehydrated; potatoes, onions,
e..r.1Ia.M... In. .. ad.e ',: ad. atar..ll M tOMMMlOM QUWV*KM*aOMMsJfr AM I per cent of last year's peace-time cabbage beets, carrots and tur ,"

3h "AAV" sa owsesse consumption. nips. Million of pounds are Me.> ...... ,
I %. tWTAda RSTOI Nearly everybody; rich or poor, ed for the army. .
Little Home Town : \
man or woman will be called up- ,
'
i on for war 'work before this thing Remember Walt Disney' Wood
By Annie ftUyhew FlUpttrlck 1 II. over, says the SouthwesternWar land deer In "Snow White"? An .
It nestles right down in the palmof ADING 1 2DI Manpower Commission Iron pair ot-those deer graced hit

Cod'i hand, i Sooner or later you can. figure front lawn until last week when .
Main Street, cast and west, I:you'll,Won the farm, In a war he shooed them off to war. They'll
stretched to hill of clean land. MAXIM WOOD..OftfA No. : factory, or shipyard unless you're ----. w
AMP Mf ATIM4 IT TO 211pf 5
The streets are all wideTrees destined for the armed forces.
even r, you CM KNEAD I.make one field artillery gun.
either aide. I t)1M fItTT'IOItcOW1tll.* ( Not so patriotic were two auto
Thut dear little home town In, IWI 'NIl M/IIt ah'OWTlOMlJC' NI t Schools may be called on to graveyard operators in Georgia
Memory land. I tut Mtooowownttt MDurnr furnish 'crews for harvesting, rationing : Tons of metal were rusting awayin
II i n Writ MAKE rr row m*
I 'C MWOOCt THOOtVkHP- 5MK'T pAR41WIe0R'MV B.. programs civilian defense :' their roadside.junk :yards with
The church was 10 large and the and other activities while school
Mtw AamcLf of wooo. MM APPROPRUtTTDM8&VUICatg enough steel in the wrecked cars
steeple 10 high : asnmtca'f ClMLY IIIf\M'IAIW OPPOUAM YOM WMI_n A u.yTM"C buildings may be used for, war to make 460,000 hand grenades for .
It teemed that it surely must touch I )NATURAL PtfOOftCftucitlonal anion.wARe THE TOTAI.1M ass fOU MUKmyMAX Mi TMt/ work training and pre-military our soldiers to toss at the Japs lathe .1
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the blue iky. preparation. Educators have been Pacific.
The old quartette choir ,I asked to consider the effective war WPB stepped in with U, S. marshals *
How It did inspire system was gradually 1 On several occasions comment,use of.all :youth-from grade- and took the urgently-needed '
Pure visions of Heaven" with Its Imposed upon the country. The:I has herein been made on American -d school pupils. to college students. mttaU Steal mill are almost out
"Sweet By and By. schoolbooks had been withdrawn wastefulness. An advertisement of scrap today.
from circulation to adjust them I assert that if the women of There's I ban on renting typewriters Notice the next auto junkyard
The neat little house all up street to the "New Order" idea. Nazi',I the U. S. would save but one- manufactured sine 1934. you pass. If the wrecked car*
and down educationalists infiltrated In the fourth ot the grease and fat they have been cleaned out, the owners \
Smiled ever In welcome, teemed schools and the poisonous germs'I throw away, they would help firea Canned chicken and* turkey: Is co-operating; but U his old jallop- I,, '
never to frown began to show their hideous effects billion and a quarter antitankshells. destined for military hospitals. let 11* Idle and overgrown with )a
Though I entered few, among the .students. Then' f|I Sardine;' will be earmarked for weeds, stop and ask him if he' :tl
t I felt that 1 knew came the denouncement of Prof.' j soldiers. ',Tuna and some other heard about Pearl Harbor. Ali,
All the people who lived In that R. P. Cleverlnga of the Universityof An upatate. fUlt.arower was canned Items are going off the T } '

little old town. Leyden regarding the Nazi driving a few days ago over a II civilian market until the war's Southern housewives, farm '
Machiavellian plans which highway that crossed a railway.|'won. women, and 4-H Club girl are.. ;
The big vacant house where we brought the tension to Its height. Seated beside him was a son. help-]I 'doing a swell job In conning .";
kids used to think The next morning the professor let from Infantile paralysis, while While.our government is buying foods," says WPB. Despite sugar .'
Was where Jesus lived-It was was Imprisoned and the universityclosed two neighbor boys also were pn I millions of pounds of vegetablesto rationing, more than twice a* l
white trimmed with pink. the truck. An oncoming stream ship our fighting men shortages I much will be put up this year a*
Twai high on I hill, In the presence of these unsuccessful liner bore down upon them. The harass the conquered people ,of In 1M1. ;

I wonder if itill attempts to bend Holland'seducational two lads leaped to lafetbut the|Europe In Norway, onions, pickedin Every quart canned and everypound ',.
Sunlight through Its cupolo makes Institutions to their father refused to leave his son a marsh,' were sold at 49 cents of food preserved by drying ,:,',
people blink. will, the Nazis have proclaimedtheir alone and helpless and was klU'dl!II pound. ,. frees commercially-canned ,v
intention to destroy what while the eon was critically hl'ured. -I Could you feed five people on supplies to' feed our fightingforces. ;
And the small haunted house they are unable to mold.-Masonic Such heroes do not receive two pounds of vegetables a week? Last :year southeastern .vs
where we never dared wait Press. I Carnegie medal but If I had::,In France! former land of good women canned 182,000,000 quarts* "
To take I good look through 1U charge of the crown room I'd'!'eating, that about all there is tokeep'the dehydrated 27,000,000 pound .of,
tumbled down gate. pick out for that father the finest conquered citizens alive. fruit, vegetableand other food.
In paislng at night CURRENT one in the shop. Dairy product are so. scarce that, Doubling that_ will ,feed lot of 'j
You trembled with fright I .. In Germany, they're using lubrt- hungry soldiers.In .' :
And felt every hair riling up on COMMENTBy : r.do not like such gruesome dating oil for butter.

your pate. tales but sometimes It does one'good 1 Germany, according to short "

AGNEW WELSH to reflect upon such loyalty,1] During the last war th.*mall wave broadcasts, babies aren't being , 1
meadow-the brook and the
The
so here is another, maybe not so'I order' price of overalls jumped produced fast enough to satisfy.
little deep pond Maker's ....., 'Stn.R.La seta..ww.N.sob .-- heroic, but one of a real man, II from 82 cents to $285. A new Hitler. Nazi Health Leader, ,
/ At the edge of the town. How the .. Y "C..as...," Miami bus driver. While going I::rise was threatened last week, but Conti is establishing what he calls -
magical wand slow to to me.adi i. N "further ,
vigil Wes WI...... AMm.Mion -- over his route he saw a cat pounce I 1OPA took steps to see that work "Help Health" centers to
Of memory brings to Am. W.Uk. S4I N. B.ltk the biological improvement" of
upon a pigeon. Stopping hit car clothing doesn't skyrocket this
j Fond visions of thingsIn Uwt Eras Fta. I I II future tasks.
the nation for "great
he rescued the bird, placed It in time.
that dear little town out
way For thl 141-42 sugar erop the I, his lap and drove on. Presently I -
back of beyond.fll Clewlston concern reports a profitof I the bird, revived and he gave it'! WPB figures show 250:000,000quarts ; OPA has u.Cfcf-th. 'list'of'i.

had' tl,71",833, an Increase of $313- I wing with the Injunction, "Now II ] ot food will be canned In persons eligible to buy nw adult
never go back M once I I' 829 over the previous years be on your way-but don lose).the southeast this year, and farmers bicycles to those "engaged Ia -
planned, ing The harvest lasted 182 earn-I I your transfer. That man are producing record amount sential occupations".
To that little home town back In : also f .
land. with an output of 88.743 deserves a No. 1 crown ]I -
memory raw sugar. In addition to their ,
It's nicer to know
It nestles just so own growing, they bought 92,000 I At the Nov. 3 election you will
In the comforting hollow of ton of can from independent, be called upon to cast your vote
ov* Hint hand. growers. As a by-product, 4,731- on seven amendment to the state '
od"1 873 gallons of "black-strap" constitution. Are you informing
Promotions
lasses were'produced. ,mo-j yourself on their merits? The
Nazi Education in HollandThe . a Dade county commission has endorsed ,
I The man who established the, the one creating a special .. .
youth of Germany have' colony 'of flamingoes at Hialeah' board, from the state cabinet, to
been driven into a vicious and race track park says they now' handle all\ road bond*-present or'
violent school training, creating' number 900. I' future, with two per cent of the -A raise does not come from hard
"Hller's Youth" which completely' state' tfafolin fund going into
undermines the whole family and The Police Gazette, 'once the an earmarked fund for that pur' work. Your achievements, not ordinary
social life In Germany. Many parents only portrayer of female pulchritude -', pose. :" "
or near relatives in Ger-I perused slyly In barbershops ;I ,i; work or long hours, designate

many were Imprisoned or sent to slid from weekly to monthly ': A year ago we were salvaging .
concentration camps because of and a ban on several of its aluminum. Today the Reynolds, the size of your pay. fRaise
their children's betrayal to Gestapo issues has ben ordered by the' Metals Company announces that
agents the next morning!'poMofflce department, along with I it alone Is turning out sufficient
what their parents or relatives had i several of the "slick" magazines:I aluminum to build several hundred
said at home against the existing I ot the same lecherous type. The bombing ptajies a month.. 'I yourself-make yourself better.

regime. I postoffic department carries sec i When America feels a need it has '
Before the war, this Nazlficd a mall at two cent I the resources the brains, the skill I Make your ;work better.
:youth was scattered, like a swam pound: at a cost many millions I and the speed to meet it. I
of locusts, all over Europe, under I above the returns in revenue and' i I: Merit more money, .1'

Us cover of maids, servants, governesses declared they decline to carry this The MiamiHerald makes the,
waiters, lift boys and so,filth. Fin*. If we do not have] startling statement that 21 per i
on. They had Just one aim. To good government we do"not have cent of the world'* dairy output:!I
prates the Nail regime! propagate anything worth while. come from goats' milk. '... '! In our evening school you can

German its blessings race. This upon Nattfled the superior youth''I .I make yourself better in a short time.P.

was so fanatic that they could
rot keep their temper before ,a!f EDIARfSTILINGREALTOR
severe critic and openly declared I
:
Regular Terms
courses yes. -yes.
that it was their sacred and sole I'

dirty to deny, with their utmost I ..
power.the blunders and atrocities : .
of their fuehrer to Justify
and praise him whenever or : Real Estate General Insurance Stanley Business CollegeMae :
ever It need be. hlJ .
So, the Nails, with their '
haniled repression now try. NOTARY; PUBLIC Morris,BUj. Homestead i

corrupt, with tile jam vile methods Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave..B }Florida City Fh.rHONtS I

the youth of Holland. MI-J AND MljlC .
Vlfler the invasion th* Nail edai. ,



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I 1, Miss Allis Ferguson of the,i I Mrs. Mary D. Nettles, Redland Rufus Doney and Glens

T. I Homestead High School faculty!High: School librarian returned Schroeder enjoyed an aU-da,1laha

;returned Tuesday from Pahokee Tuesday from Washington Ga. ing trip at Trout Creek Tuesday
'
In and .Around where her father, the Rev. T. A.

, Ferguson former Homestead pas I Mrs Anna Carter returned re A Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs

I tor, la pastor of the ,.PahokeeMethodist I'cently from a trip to Wisconsin. R. E.: Scott, Sr., was F A. Car-

Church. She Is staying -' michael of Kendall.

Homestead at the home of Mrs. Chat. Misses Myra and Marie Bell returned

. Behrens In Princeton; last Friday from '-\summer Mrs. R. H. Worley and grandchildren -

I vacatW spent In VUfel&a and Betty Hardin of Homestead

".., Mr. and Mn. Adrian Jacobs are Ceorl and Carolyn and Jerry Wty-
expecting as house guests today, I son of Miami, were Wednesday'
Richard and Margaret KOHl arrived In Lenoir, N. C., but because: of -
Mrs. Thos. Sheally of Jackson guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
by plane Monday from Jere-! an arm injury will spend five FLORIDA CITY
ville and her aon. Tommy, who J Caves.
the winter days In Victoria In Miami
to spend Hospital
mle Haiti
will spend several "Weeks- u,., Br Warsaw Seams
with their grandmother, Mrs..K. and not report for school duty I Joe Farraro returned Tuesday
. .. and to attend the until Tuesday. She attended
Chas Behrens, .
Mrs ,aue..AagelL the former Mn. M. P. Ingram of Cuba Is from Miami where) he ape a Sew
schools. Their father. Duke University this
ver Redland ( summer. kiss Annie Ruth has hla mother Mrs. Anna :
. Lee come weeks with -
her mother Mrs. E. H.
visiting
,
Jr. went to Haiti
W. Kneel ,
Ceo.
,
from Columbia to visit her mother Gene Farraro.
, work rubber' Bemis of Roberts road has Rhodes
In October to on I Hugh Mrs.
Preston H. Lee In Goulds
... sponsored bjr the Ameri- succeeded Roy Nelson as field assistant -
project while Sgt Angell is away on maneuvers Mss Charlotte Geroalmo returned Mr. and Mn. Earl Lee of Fort
can and Haitian government at the Subtropical Experi- : .. .
Mrs.
Lauderdale and Mr. and "'-
.. Mn Kosel and the children Joined ment Station. Saturday from a summerin
New York. I Coker of Key West moved Into the
Dim there in February. Miss Bertha NU1 Hausman --J' I Caves house on Broadway, Sanday. -
.... Miss Helen Pope, daughter of
spent the week-end in Miami as .
Mrs. C. O. Wilson and Mr. and
Mn. E. A. Carter ha returned Mr. and Mn. Lawrence Pope of
a guest of Miss Katherine Davis.
with her and Redland will leave for Mrs. George Hardin were Sunday -
from a visit IOn Sunday of
Mr. and Mn. Lester Walkup
Mr. and Mn Scott Ga., guests of Mrs. and Mn. J. S.
daughter-in-law Agnes College, Decatur
Mn.
Virginia Edwards returned, I Miami moved here Saturday.Mrs. .
Tom W. Carter In Venice, Cat, where she will enter her freshman Monday\ from a summer vacation Caves.

and her airier, Mn. r. B. Went- year. spent in Winter Park Newnan John Becker and daughter
Mrs. li E.: Fonjrth visited) In
and her niece Mn. Chat
worth, da.. and Alabama. I Miami Norma, returned Wednesday from
several last week.
Ocean Park. will leave days
Miss Webster
near-by Alta
' o Fritsel, Iq a four-day visit with Misses Isabel -

'.+ Mn. Tom Carter who had just Saturday for Decatur Ga. where Mrs. Mable Williams Gee has I Ernest NeUt.; West visited and Mary Becker In Miami.
..: emerged front I hospital after a she will be an Instructor In the returned to the Homestead schools ,

''. third operation when her mother-' physical education department of after a year's leave of bsense relatives here over the weekend.Mrs. Mrs. Harry Deglar, Miss Doro-
In-law unfired lat in June ia now Agnes Scott College, from which I
She will stay at the home of Mr. Edith Tamblyn Mrs. Naomi thy Barker and Charlie Barker
wen on the road to good health. she was graduated last year. and Mrs. Augustus Wynn until Dano Mn. W. Brooks, Genevieve returned Sunday from a 10-day

Mr. Gee arrives next month. visit with Harry Deglsr hi Key
and Beatrice nine and Donald
Mr. and Mn. Edward Kirby Mrs. Harry "Plnder, the former West. R
who have been In Tampa since Miss Edna Booth of Homestead, Jesse Coalman returned from Stark returned Tuesday from Macon A

'. their marriage, Apr. 25, spent the came down from Fort Lauderdale where they attended a Free
Key West to spend Sunday, his Methodist conference. Mn. Tam- Misses Fay and Peggy Demerereturned -.
weeks here with Mr. to'Substitute office
f, : part two Wednesday as home here.
.;;' Klrby'i parent, iMr. and Mrs.1T assistant to City Clerk R. E. Ed- blyn was reappointed Florida City Saturday from a visit J
with their father, St. Clair De-
' :: Thos. E. Kirby, and in Miami with wards during the absence of Miss Miss Betty Ray Clark. returned .pastor. mere, In Chuckaluskee. Mrs. De- \-
'3, hit uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mn. Barbara Done,< who is ilL Mrs. Tuesday from a three-month stay -
remained at Chuckaluskee.
Mr.and Mn John Fredrick of men
. ; Paul Teuton. Mr. Kirby will resume Finder held the position until her in Cleveland to begin her senior ,
Fort Pierre
and their
", his course at the University marriage, when she moved to Fort year. in Homestead High School. daughter 'f
week-end ;:;
"" of Florida and his bride will Lauderdale where her husband. Is She Is now employed In the Dixie Carolyn Paulette were Mn R. E. was a weekend .
of Mr. and Mn. A. B.
"i. remain with her parents in Ocala stationed wltl} the navy. They Drug. guests guest of Mrs. Nina Brandenburg -T
.1<> and resume her former position reside at 701 E. Broward boule- Carpenter.Miss in South Miami. Y

:.'! In the business office of a truck vard. Mr. and Mn. Goo. r. Ball of Dorothy Barker Is employed I .1
!
line. Miami visited from Saturday evening *
Mrs. Julian H. Webster moved at the Tidal grocery j. x
till Monday evening with AppMr.g .;
store.
',i H. S. Greene, national encamp.r back into her borne on North Mr. Ball's mother, Mn. N. G. I
meet commander of the Veterans Krome avenue Tuesday. I Ball SANDWICHES
":. of Foreign Wan, will return to I Horace Arnold has returned to

his home on Redland road next George N. Wakefleld, vocational, Ralph E. !Reed son of Mrs. Geo. his home in Hobe Sound after a DRINKS

week from Cincinnati where the agriculture Instructor at Homestead E. Reed of Redand* is now doing one-week visit with Mr. and Mrs.I SHORT ORDERS

national convention was held. High School returned yes aheet metal work In the navy yard Fritz Schroeder.
terday from Belle Glade wherehe at Charleston. J as
Mrs. Chat. E. Clchenberger Jr.. attended a meeting of vocational
I Am COIfDITMNtO
.'I' the former Miss Phyllis Penmen, agricultureteachers, In connection Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pollard Jr. BOLLS lKua m confoara DICK'S BARBECUE
has-returned from Los Angeles with a_ program for training -, and their daughter Yvonne who .... fiM ia Hies p. at ;

" Ensign Elchenberger is now on classes for rural war production will arrive for the season Mon I !-- -i act .!. sees I O. aX I at duty in i Pacific war zone.t workers. I
day, will spend the first few daysof Venetian Skating: Rink HeaaeaUU nerUaSUPPOSI
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, their stay as guests of Mr. and tree w. sm A_ memo
C E. Schaff has returned from Janice Howard, small daughter Mn. Adrian Jacobs. i J

4.4 Asheville to the Sovereign Hotel of Mr. and Mn. Howard Johnson

In Miami Beach. I has recovered from an illness that

lasted several days. Mrs. John-
A daughter was bom to Mr. and son's mother, Mn. Minnie Austin'

Mrs. Henry Evans of Miami In the' and Mrs Cora Meredith, both of, FLICKED '.WITCH
"f' 'jUrivenity Hospital yesterday afternoon Y.cU .THIS
Miami spent the week-end at the; _
at 8.30 clock. Mrs.Evans Johnson home.

is the former Miss Myrtle .:...-- I
McLean 'of Homestead
daughter
,
Mrs. Russell Horne. Mrs David,
of I. P. McLean.
. .t Barnes and Mrs. Claude Campbellwill
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leave Monday for a oneweekvisit
Ronald Kerfoot of Princeton Is
in Middletown Va.,

now state working auditing In departmentMr. Tampa for the: Mn. Home's sister, Mn. With. and !

' ', Murray. + nothing happened
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, t and Mn. J. W. Ludlam Mn H. G. Thurman of the Neva

'Alp came down from Fort Lauderdale King Cooper School faculty ,has mar . One ant ever UM fat ea4dwn
:If to spend the week-end with Mn. obtained a short leave of absence -hnndrad. 01't-ro tnfo

11 Ludlam's mother, Mn. I. T. Nixon -I to recover from her recent ill-: ..... thai lonpla a Samoan __
.
''if and her sister, Miss EthelMxon. ness. She is now In Key West g I Bat suppose yes Ice yourself In law some Bill*
; with Mr. Thurman who Is em-I s t and. lick the iwrtch mJ nothing kappeted Ne>

"j ployed in the navy yard there.i fight anrwbortl Annoyance f im way lo cwifniaa. .
and ftar. Mr&nurareojo
Mrs Grace R. Mowrer of Mia- ia of concern Sfmiriimfl
Their daughter, Jane, a guest ,Am 1M tights aWl seek .
'i: ml was a guest at the home of Mrs. Thurman's brotherinlawand
;. Mrs Anna Backer from Sunday sister Mr. and Mrs. John L. e The wry fact that foe J. take olattih arrrire
till for framed It a tribute to the can and w..r ,
Tuesday Another
morning. Graves. i who supply K. ThnVe it dependableandthey've
visitor of Mrs. Backer this week Biada It ..,.T':. ovoraoa Anrk I
was her daughter, Mn W. I. Lee lo&e muek ., io
Miss Carol daughter of Mr. molly eota *i ridlp far nosey 1i I
Peters of Miami, who was hero and Mr Curtis ET. Lee, and Miss,i a* ft did 10 lo 1) years ago-and MS many Mro
appliances to make lift plaaiant.Tha .
; yesterday Ha Jean Irwin daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Jos. W. Irwin, plan to lit Jolt now fa powering inJum'>'-lha roar-
Miss Anita Grove of York Pa., leave Sunday for the Florida State I lag factories that an making tank. piano, ihipa

is a house guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. College for Women In Tallahassee: and bar anna.done. That ao well fob that, too,Uncle the electric San la cmop.w.e far manfotnffntt !

I: R. HIckson. AMiss where they will be freshmen. Miss I than all she Asia countries -" ....
Miss Virginia Kin-, .
Betty Brown This p.wet It ...-wthla oat trill .. _
Anne Wilson Spanish nor and Miss Catherine Orfanedes
lor
the MOM nana--the Anuricaa. tradition of
teacher at Redland High School, sophomores, will leave for the college treeless Freedom of business nnarroiont ..dor

returned this week from her home a few days later.TURNER'S Government raaiilatlim-tmjuai .. live oof am
IITM-,...... leis.ew, rouses end p..d.- (or'erorytoaVi
f ..........That la the Americas War
: -ibaab olma oopoiiw the Hitter tftum .,
p.litiol l mii.nl IO": aUrary.Amtiiaft .

anonith Soda* aboot that she AaMrt.
was Way baa work** /( proves HuH JMtHal
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I I . 14 Social Events in South Dade . . .





II RECEPTION MARKS 25TH ANNIVERSARYOF DANCE CHAIRMAN SATS LIEUT. ROBERT VRANA TAKES AS BRIDE! 11
I$.. NETTED FOR STATION
MR. AND MRS. FRANK W. STILLMAN I MISS LOUISE BOOKER OF FLORIDA CITY

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Of particular interest this week for her own wedding cake twenty- A military wedding was that of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs.
was the reception given by Mr,. live yean ago was provided by the axAie which united Lleut. Robert O. E. M. Vrana of Silver Palm drive
and Mr.. Frank W. Stillman of hostess for each guest to take Vrana of the army air corps and near Comfort road, Redland.
Coconut Palm drive Saturday evening home. i,.,. Miss Louise Booker In the Fort The bride Is a daughter of Mr.
In celebration of the silver Ice cream, cake, punch and can- r Myers Methodist Church on Wednesday and Mri. J. H. Booker of Hender-
anniversary of their marriage dy were served. Sept. 2. sonville and Florida City. She
The bride was lovely In I black was graduated from Homestead
Mr. and Mn Stillman cam here Out of town guests were the
from Rahway N. J., eight yean Rev. and Mrs. W. E Rowell of and white costume with High School in 1941.
.go. Oakland Park Corp. John R. accessories and t white matchln'l) The bridegroom was graduatedfrom
Redland High School In 1933.
Receiving with the gracious Mulligan of Philadelphia and Mn. sage.A
bOlt and hostess was the hostess'sister Peter Dahlenburg of Miami and reception followed at the Inn He went to the University of
on the bay and a wedding Florida the following to
her son, George. dinners year
Mina Beulah S. Leeds of I
was served there to the bridal study horticulture and later 'was
Others present Included: Dr. ,
Philadelphia, who had come South '
Jot the event. and Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mr. and party. connected with a nursery.
Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, Mr. and I Present besides officer friends They are living at Fort Myen
Mr*. Stillman was gowned In i Mrs. Fritz Jackson, Mr and Na 1 and their wives were the parents in the St. Charles Hotel. 1
dark red velvet formal and Miss
Mrs. A. H. Singleton, Mr. and
Leeds, in one of turquoise blue
taffeta. Both wore gardenia corsages Mn. H. C. Reely, Mr and Mrs FAMILY DINNER PARTY IS en, Mrs. A. E. Kerfoot, Met W. 1
Miss Margaret StIllm.nwore Henry Brooker, Jr.. Mr and Mrs. GIVEN AT CAMBER HOME A. Cook, Mrs. Jesse Underwoodand
a red figured white swiss C. Ben Plummer, Mr. and Mrs Mrs Floy E Camber and her the Rev. Chas. Crauswell.
frank Morris, Mrs. Anna Messer-
formal and a red rose conage. daughter, Mrs. W. B. Harden
smith, _Mrs. Cma Stewart. Mrs PROSPECTIVE GIRL SCOUTS J
Betty Stillman wore blue. Anna Carter, Mn. H. S. Greene 1 1Mra. MRS. STANLEY WITTKOP were hostesses it a family dinner INVITED TO MEETING i
Pink gladioli and.,roses formed M. M. Ramsey Mn. B. A.' party at their home on Blscayne Girls Interested In joining the
effective decorations throughoutthe Waldin, Mrs. Margaret Harrold,' Equipment and supplies to the drive Sunday Homestead troop of Girl Scoutsare
house. \Mrs. Geo W. Turner, Sr.. Mrs.1! amount of $40 will be bought for Covers were laid for: Mr. and Invited to attend a meetingof j
An unusual feature of this silver Annie Roberts Mn. Dave Ku-:, the Princeton First Aid Stationas Mrs. Geo. F. Ball of Miami, Mrs.l the troop to be held at ,tho 1
wedding was the fact that the feldt Mrs. W. K. Haas, Mrs. Rose' a result of the Junior Woman's N. G. Ball, Mrs. Geo. E. Reed, C.'I'i home of the captain, Mrs. Frank
guests signed their names on the Johnson, Mrs. Herman Ileinleln Club Labor Day dance, accordingto D. Camber, Darwin Camber of, L. Skill,. next Tuesday afternoon,
back of the parchment certificate Mrs. Carrie McCullough, Mn. W. Mn. Stanley Wittkop, general Miami, Clayton Camber 'and the, and to add their names to the
sinned by those who witnessed the H. Cast Mrs. R. G. Newcomb, chairman of the dance. Seventy- hostesses. troop's waiting list.
marriage of MI. and Mrs. Still- Mist Eatelle Turner, Miss Virginia 1, five per cent of the net proceeds
man In Moorectown N. J., on Haas, Doris Singleton, Jane from the refreshment stand tales PRINCETON GROUP I I Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Delta and
Sept 5, 1917. Moore, Dr. A. L. Burgreen, Don;, was set aside for the benefit of ELECTS OFFICERS children. Johnnie. Anita and Phyl-
A silver box containing wedding laId Grafe, Lewis Minter and L. G. the Princeton first aid unit. I I At Its annual election on Sept. 1's:' and Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Bow-

cake made from the recipe used .. J 3 the Woman's Foreign Missionary den were dinner guests of Mr.
ALL INTERESTED ARE and Mrs. Walter A. Thompson
Society! of the Princeton I
OUTDOOR PARTIES ARE GIVEN IN HONOROF I INCITED TO LECTURES I Sunday. Mr. and Mn. Paul Sean
Church of the Nazarene put Into
I' Those Interested art invited to of Hialeah and their son, Mac, and
TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG GUESTS I uttend the lecture to be given to office again" almost all of Its officers Mrs. Geo. Foster and children,

-- the Dade County Defense Council' of the past year Those re- Charles and Jane, of Dallas Texas -
elected were: president, Mrs. Ella were guests of Mr. and Mn.
2 Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks pared on and served from the class In nutrition in the Future -
entertained at an outdoor party handsome and elaborate new out Farmer clubhouse Friday afternoons Home; second vice-president. Miss Thompson on Labor Day. ;

Sunday, and Mr. and Mn. Max I door grill at the Loaner home. at 1:30: o'clock, announces Annie Kerfoot; secretary, Mrs. Jas. I
Loaner entertained at a barbecue Entertainment features were Mri. Don Ferreyra, captain for Murray; treasurer, Mn. Gladys 1 It's eemmeo sense to bet
dinner party on Labor Day In hon songs by the children present, the district from Silver Palm to Burry; and supervisor of study, thrifty. If yea save you are ....
or of visiting relatives, Mr. and: I readings by Mary Ann Vander- Florida City. Mrs. Chas. CrauswelL Mrs. Clay- t, thrifty. War Beads kelp yMle
Mn.H. Pecjtett of Tampa and their burg and moving pictures shown The lecture,. given by Mrs. ton Underwood was made first save.sag kelp. to saveAmerica.
Mable Richards of Miami 'vice-president; and Mn. 1. M. Bay yew tea per
10'1 Irvin and Mrs A. Henco- by the hostess. are nest
vita of St. Petersburg and her said to be of unusual Interest. The Lounsbury, publicity chairman. I every pay day. i
Invited to meet the Tampa and
Present besides those elected to
daughter Estabelle. Mrs. Peckett course will end in five weeks.They .
and Mrs. HencoviU St. Petersburg guests were: Mr. office were: Mrs. Margaret Math- READ THE WANT-ADS
art sitters of and Mn W. E. Rheney and .
Mr. Marks and Mrs. Loaner daughters, Misses Vara and Anne, CalendarSept. ,
The visitors arrived Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Geronimoand j'

afternoon and left Tuesday morn- daughter, Miss Charlotte, Mr. "IRUG'.Jmb..eo.
Ing.Present and Mrs. Cecil Robertson, Mr. 14-Meeting of Junior 'Polk DIXIE :
at the Marks besides Woman's Club at home of Mrs. I
arty and Mrs. Vanderburg of Tulsa and .
T. J. Walker.
host, hostess and honor daughter, Mary Anne, Mr. and Pbe.ee isad tIll:
Sept. 14-Meeting of Woman's.
guest were Mr. and Mrs. Leaner Mrs. B. Click of Miami and Mr. 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loaner and: and Mn. Becker of Miami and Club of Homestead
I JennieGobdell
sons Billy and MelvIn' Mr., and their son. Present also were: Mr. Sept M-Meeting of . :+:
'
Circle with Mrs. A. M.
Mrs. B. L. Left and Allan
sons and Mrs. Marks and daughters,
and Lennie. and Rennl and Bar Mr. and Mrs. Leff and sons and Logan.
bara Marks. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loaner and Oct. Meeting of Narsnja EiiON
'
.. ;
The Labor Day dinner was pre- sons. Chapter of O. E. S. .. *
- Oct. Meeting of Ad Astra .
Chapter of O. E. S.
arm FAREWELL LUNCHEONFOR man, Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mrs. Oct. S-Meeting of HomesteadB.

MISS MARION EDWARDS Frederick Weber and children, P. W. C. at home of Mrs. T, E.
;
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Edmonds dN l so NN P4a5
Miss Bertha Kill Hausman, Miss Stadlg in Princeton. tae
gave a luncheon party at the Mary Jackson and Miss Virginia fr"ozlot+ MILK Of
Bamboo Tavern Friday for their Haas. 1PL's MAGNESIA
daughter Marion, who left Monday .3C
to begin her senior year at I 3. LEE 8\1mrJ: : : ., HAS HEALTH twtiootos esd9a.as.4
the Convent of Mary ImmaculateIn BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONIn N elossu. lei"_ 36 TABLETS

Key Went. honor of the sixth birthdayof Keep the liquid
The guests were: Misses Vara; .
and the tab'you.
J. Lei Smith Jr. d. tar
,
on Tuesdayhis 4e
,
and Anne Rheney, Miss Ardell NpM AE1tCUR
rman, Miss Alice Kirk and Miss mother, Mn. J Lee Smith, I OCNM real stivins.
Teeni Torbert. Invited few of his playmates to C ale
celebrate theoccasion.. Deve.J btp 1
t 'I help '? SP 601" FOR 1 tto tu
JMSS. W. R. BIRD IS HOSTESSTO After the games, pictures were "if iutt c,
EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY taken and a big birthday cake was ,pe 39cao za: 1
Mrs. W. R. Bird was hostess to' served with Ice cream i. 1J
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the Episcopal Auxiliary: at her NER I
1 a aa K
home In Porvenlr Friday. Mrs. fir. Leonard W. Etc N RtE fENCiL

Ralph Klngman presided. .....Hriix ta rr* .. woeot I
Others present were: Mrs. W.K. IF Fit.... sad .....nasklol .
H.... Mrs. H. E. Soft Mrs. C "MEASUSE or MEN Act"i .

oo' P. Jackson Mrs. Roman, Mrs. C. au ... L thew e... Health, by all tests Is the final
J. Parman, Mn. M. F. White, Mrs. l C .ad.W Lie c."... measure by which human ambitions -

Henry Johnson, Mrs. Let H. Leh- ... I lire controlled. Thus Chiro-

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Health Is a matter of national In- '
terest. Bring your Health problems ICE CREAM

For Complete Home Furnishings for Chiropractic's Id-for
your own Health's sake. The
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September 11, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE PaR"e Scvcd(


'( um In the youth of Germany. We I =


can in our not youth afford the to neglect principles tottering thnt I CLASSIFIED ADS ll

u ill overcome Nazism I
r Social Events 1 Stale Sen. Ernest Graham, a i
\'Itlt nil Miami Rotarian speaking RATE: First injection 104 a line; subsequent J

in response to an imitation by I H a line

Actipj President Clarence Parman. : -

t told the club that while the flnanc-; '

} CIRCLES. u. ASSIGNS MEMBERS ''ing! methods of the state might I FOR KENT HELP WANTED

TO ACCORDING TO DISTRICTS hato be changed a little to''' s --

'i. suit the times, It I I. "just not com FOR reAL of sale -20 'art-eg or A MAN for laundry and dry cleanIng -
-- mon sense to sacrifice the schools", route, well established and
more-cUd land located 1 mil
W M. U. was meeting was presented by Mrs.
The Homestead and that he felt a atate as proapeiiou cut of Florida City on Florida backed by a well known com-
S L. West, Mrs. J. C. Vann, Mrs. I
divided Into new circles according Earl Byrd Mrs. E. H Comer and > as Florida would make adequate City canal. O. B. Parker, Al- pany. Muest be a resident of
held In provision! for proper compensation Homestead between 38 and !SS
to districts at a meeting pine Grove Dairy. sll-18)) <<
Mrs C. E. Saunders: of Circle Five
Church I of its teacher. old. Apply White Swan
years
'tiit Tuesday
First Baptist uVidcr the leadership of Mrs. Law-
iflernoon.y ; 'TO permanent tenant after Sept Laundiv North Flnsjler Ave,
rence, Mrs F. L. IrwIn, retiring
Circle One will be composed of president presided Church School to Have 20, all electric well furnished and ask for Mr or Mn Hnbb

the members who live east of theF !j i It was decided that an all-day | Promotion Pay Sept. 27 1: road apartment to airport.hot Mrs water Eva, direct Collins sll-18)

E. C. Railroad. Circle Two'sterritory meeting will be held on Sept. 22 Federal and REPRESENTATIVE to look after
I hwy. Biscayne
at North Third Plans for promotion day, Sunday -
begins
In observance of the state prayer !i dr. at Modcllo.FURNISHED our magazine subscription Interests -
itreet and reaches through Flori- season. Sept. 27, were made by the In Homestead and vicinity -

da City. Circle Three'i territory | At the close of the program the I board of Christian education of I house for rent. Set Every family order sub

Is the strip between N. Third new president, Mrs S. L. West, the Homestead Method Church L. O. Hall at Berger residence, scriptions. Hundreds of dollars
treat and N. Eight street; and took the chair. at a meeting held Monday in the I 10th and Krome. Jy3tf) are spent for them each full and

Circle Four's territory Is north of 'Christian Education building. winter In this \lclnlty, Instructions -

.Eighth street. Y. W. A. TO MEET 'I| Superintendent and teachers to PARTLY furnished house In Flori- and equipment free Guaranteed

Leaders will be selected at circle AT LUNCHEONThe I I The Installed on promotion day da City; running hot and cold lowest rates on all periodicals -

meetings to be held Oct. 6. Y. W. A. will hold a covered were approved by the board. water; fruit trees; nice yard domestic and foreign.

Circle One will meet at the home dish luncheon at the home of Mr Each class will take part In the Apply Homestead Leader Phone Represent the oldest magazine ".

i>t Mrs. T..T. Bowen; Circle Two, J. Lee Smith Saturday, when Miss I program, it was decided, and certificates -I I 2. (a24tf) agency In the United States

.at the home of Mrs. E. L. Law- Virginia Stewart will direct the of promotion will\ be Start a growing and permanent

Fence; Circle Three, at the homeof study course. This will be the given those leaving the various FOR SALE business In whole or spare time.

Mrs. J. Tom Vann; and Circle last meeting of the assoclational I department Address MOORE-COTTRELL,

Four, at the home of. Mrs. R. E. year. Mrs. J... E._Close served retreihments. -I NICE clean lime trees 30c eachIn Inc. Wayland Road, North Co-

(i Edwards. i Mrs. Lee and Mrs R. E. Edwardsare lots of 50 or more. Mrs. C. hocton, New York.

i' The program for Tuesday sponsors of the group. Present were: Mill Antoinette W. Camp, Bauer drive. Phone'
Moye, chairman Miss Mary Mc-', 582-M-2. illtf) MARRIED man to work In milk

Neill, Mr. Daniel Williams. Mr. barn. Comfortable house fur-
CAMP REDLAND {I moving picture shows, also provided E. J. Pacettl, Jr. Mrs J. A. Mc- 35,000 excellent aeedbred plants, nlihed Apply Alpulne Grove

I by the camp and for dances, Neill, Mrs Close and David C. also full line of budded trees. Dairy, Krome ave. sll-18)
amateur theatricals and religious Williams. Roberta Nurseries Dan M. Rob-
(Continued from Page One) services.A MAN wanted for warehouse. Apply j
erts, prop.. E. Epmore
there are seven utility buildings,'' clinic capable of being turned dr.sllo2) Mr Frick, Armour Fertilizer ,.

each containing comfort station, Into a "young hospital" Is housed BOY SCOUT NEWS Works (pall)

shower and laundry facilities.I In a building 57 feet by 30 feet By: John McLean Aast Reporter CHRISTMAS vines, rooted; young
Even w r for cooking and drinking Qutrters are provided for a realI mango trees and papayas Mrs. LOST ,

an' cleaning must be brought dent nurse. Laboratory facilities N .0. Ball, 13 N. E. 8th Si .
earby spigots I 1 are available. Four isolation units There will be a regular meeting J (aTtf) "A" gas ration book No. S-10467G. .)
",t must be remembered, said Finder please notify Mrs. Eleanor '
are located near the clinic and incase jf Boy Scout Troop 21 Monday (I I
t' oberts manager of the camp of epidemic, cases could be I night at 7:30 in the Homestead SPENCER Corsetlerre .Appoint- Kendrick Wh1ch rd, Homestead ;

.' ,at migratory farm labor camps segregated from the rest of the park Mr. January who is con- menu In Homestead. Helen O. Furniture Co. (pat 1'1 \1

were designed as low cost housing camp. I nected with the McAllister Volunteers Hackler, 2552 N. W. 7th St., ::
;
for the class of people who had 'An administration building contains will drill the troop army Miami. Phone 48-2309. WANTED 11
been found to be living in shelters (PJ31-S23)
the office of the TUTORING WANTED Ughschool
manager, stye.Every
made of dry goods boxes and burlap scout I* asKed to be
I the housekeeper and the borne 5-ACRE lime miles from and grade school subject
I : bags. Architect: and engineers -, present at this meeting. eb.2
economist. bank bldg Can bought rea 1 Mrs. H J. Armstrong A. ft.
J found that they could build
IM mother house with what it would The, camp ,has Its own water LEGAL NOTICES I sonable. Mrs. M. A. Berger, N. Plummer drive tad Country

i cost to Install plumbing a houae. system and sewage disposal plant. Krome ave and 10th it, Homestead Club road.

Thus the rental could be Electricity for operating the water NOTICE OP APPLICATION (m-tf) bad
charges FOR TAX DIED filed mid C.rtIfir.M In my office
kept to a minimum-which was and sewage plant Is supplied by Chapter IT4M-Art. of ISM I I ha., made oppllmlba. for 10. ....... 6. Issue
the Homestead File A...", NOTlrB OP APPLICATION thereon I. ...,...._ with law HaldCrrtlflrat
the object in order that unhealthful municipal light NOTICI la HEREBY GIVEN thai Fall TAX tlKtO tmbrawa thr f.Ibmln* d.-
and water plant. I I File SUMNolle ...rt..... ..rt., iltiwlrd III Dadr UnnMr
pr-n
} and unwholesome living con- Elena Cowan, bolder of RiaWCnntr sad I< U h.r.by elm. tkat GulUonlttannport ,
'i dit'ons be eliminated." | Asked if there was any possibility Tai Cor '..... No. 1114 Issued and Gertrude B. D.wnoort. bus.if. Florida.. 4owil t Park T...
might Lot I. Hla It ItferarM
tk wed day of JUM, A. D. 1140. baa (ikdMm .
Miami
that Camp Redland might I .. Warm aa aaiuuma of City of Plat. Hnol I. Pan M In lm City
...... rara
f The units are adequately .fur- In M oW. and has appall :I Tn Canlflrato Numhaml 1< cf Miami C ual of Dads Halt
>
4i Wished, however. A two-room be used to house the Bahama negro :ratio for a tat died to b> bautd thrra.on. I i 4th day of July A. D. 10.1. baa filed. rkirMa
Said CmiNeau embrace the fallow.Inc
for $1.110 laborers if they should be described I tba Count afOada. ,Mid Certificate hi ay offk...... wed kumada Th. __lt of Mid. prewar enact
unit, renting/ a pmorrur i applloatloll toe lea W laaoathrrrra In the of
Iowa
the Ortlllrau WM MM
I ffamily brought in to work the crops this Stab of riorMa. to-wit I I. acaordanoa with law BaldOrtlfkate
two hours of labor .
plus by II It. strip K. of Lot I. and Kip.Rta. 1 i embraces tlw following ... UnknownUnltM .
Mr. Roberts said he shall k
winter MM Certificate roe
of the family, U fur, Blk. t. Mlramar. a Bua.. Plat I_I."P., situated In Dada Cowty.Florida. deemed acrordlni to law. Ul dad will
doubted It he knew that Rook S. Pan I. In the County of
although
WwttiHriln ,
nlahed with[ three-burner kerosene Ik fib at Orlnbrr
,1 a Uaur lh.r-ua on day
Pads, Sb of Florida.The .
.1 id* 1W aor lot 9 for .
stove porcelain top kitchen the demands of auch a contingency aaaMamrnt of Mid pmprrtr ultdrrhe Pox Th. I MT ft, C. H ft, N A. I) IMtDated .
I I this lat day of grou h.r, A D.
f table, Ice box a double bed. a were being studied. aaM orrtlflnto was In the ..... of all,14 ft,. W.: M ft. to FOB Com.nur.lt 1142.
.
I. R Garrlaoa. > Park, 1'.1 Ho* Pun M.In r.. R I.MTHN1MAN.
From another it
trundle bed that can be made into source was Vnlna Mid aartlffeaU aball .. t* the CUT of Miami, County of Dada, I Click of Circuit Curt
J;1 two single beds, and metal chairs. learned that a tent labor camp >s deemed arvordlni ,to law the vrorertydwrlbrd : I' Btau of Florida. 'I I..... Ca..'.. Florida
to solve the thrrrln will b. old W the hieb. Tha MMMIWIII of MM pwrty unrrtha Circuit Court Bralft ..
I iThe three-room unit contemplated prob- bMiW at the Court HOUM done on the I. wf I
., occupying rot Certificate blued was Iba nama H, o iTrimrrr: D. o.
I ,'t a house to Itself renting for $2.SO lem of housing the temporary im- first 104!. Monday which la In the tk.Stk heath day of of Ortobrr Orlokar: 1 l Unknowa.Unlna Mill Certificate" hall bt saw I ( rt. 4. II. II. n (M. S, Hill
a week of work portees, who will not be accom- I tai deed will
j plus two hours rimmed according lo bow
has panied by their families. 1(42Dat4 this ISIS d.. of Aiwint !.<1E. I' tau thrraoi on UK. ttfc day a* tictobrr
I the furnishings of the single B. LFATHFRMANClrrk A, D. IMSn DR. M. A. BERGER
1 Unit with the' excepton that the r of circuit court : .wd this lit day of BV|>........., A. D

, stove' U a four burner, ,and the I WAR HELPING Circuit' Court Dada Countj Florida ,t 1194A 1 .. B. IEATHPRMAN i DentistFirst
! addition of a chest of drawers and :: N C. STCRRETT. D C I Clerk of Clrrull. Con,
Ant tl, .1. a.rt 4. II. I.4SI I Dada ("Cvuaty Florida.
I a studio couch. I' r-;: ; Circuit. Court amiB 1
I One,of the main features of the (Continued Page One) NOTICE or 'APP( WATION N: C fTrRRETT. D. C. National Drink
stability In the pupil of this dayIs FOR TAX DEED I sect 4. II. 16. ... Ort. S H41
camp Is the community nurseryw
Chapter 17411 Art. .1 ItllPll I
where for the nominal fee of 10 seen as the most Important job A-I4M I NOTICE OP APPLICATION Building
of the school, by Mr. Hindman.The NOTICE!: I! HFRrKY GIVEN that F. CBmton roil TAX DEED I
or IS cent a day-whatever It Wave I County Ta I rii SIMS
actually coats ao feed the child- teen-age boy must be madeto Certificate: No 1.a'.d: the Srd d.;I Noll. la ........ fitm that Oaonrla. C. Office Hours 8J0-4:30:
realize the Importance of keepIng of '0... A. D. 140 bM filed Mnw In Hrrrlnrton, ......... a. _I.... af City of
,forking mothers may leave their : my afflra, and baa made application for I Miami Ta. CO..III..... Numhmd ''*". 0i FealBti ts. .sealetneatf
children in the care of a woman on with his educallon--that he a boo drrd In ha trued ow,"". aid ...... tka lot day of Juna A. 11. int. bat '
....I
trained in nutrition health habits will be of more value to the war Certificate embraces the UM following of Dada, , .... .. .. , mwI .
In County
scribed
vmorrty 1111'10111111111111; iI II'"II 11"11 "" '''' '''''' " " " """
and supervision of play. It effort If he equips himself with an ttau .f riorMa: trod i I I I
,
Lot 4. Block I, Hrrnnna Bharmall I ITrart.
education. To do this It i* Im-
had been occupied'as officers'quarters a 1Mb. Plat H..'k .. r..- 110. I I
by the army unit using portant that teachers themselvesbe In tha County of Dnda state of Florl f|I

the camp and the officers ribbed emotionally stable, he said. ifa The _....., of Mid property Under1' Grove WantedWill
about the nature of the building The school are going to have to the Mid aanlfleuu was In tha name of ,

stayed In, placed placed teach first aid and air raid precautions Unkmwa.Ualraa Mid. ....11100.. ahall ka saw:1111
EE letterrthat he laId, and probablysome deemed according, to law. the Kroxrm I exchange Miami Beach Income prop-
over the spelled .
(l described therein will bo sold to the hlahrt
definitely prescribed war
rd "nunery" over the door bidder. at tha Court HOUM door on tha
'
,i of the building. The blocks have math course first Monday In tba nontli of Ot-tc>..... erty for gnne-virite particulars Tobin &
"Above all going to haveto IMS which, la tba Itb day of 0eWba"1
we are
f been taken down. I/, 3942.:
,There 1* 'community canning develop a loyalty to and an Dotaol"'l0 198 dL s!LLATHrItMAN.; ; Tobin Realty Associates, 335 Lincoln Road,
of democratic principles -
reliant, equipped with two big understanding cork of Circuit Court.!
7 steam retorts, cleaning tables, In the pupils he concluded. Court emu Dada County riortduClraolt Miami Beach, Fla.

vegetable bins and an Ice box,inculcating By N.C.aTERRRTTD.C.lags. .
where a home economist hired by '' II, U. ..,,, .. II. 1941I I ", .. w '1.

the i I camp, gives instruction and :I = 1 -.------

( supervision- UMIn,. A camp

,housekeeping supervisor, gives instruction :t GCOTI: Ii.ANDSTxucr' LANDS-CTTT LOT*-BOMESrriee :
DENBY
in keeping! the houses DR. C. H.

clean and sanitary-and see that, Wen Never 8* Letr-rtevty: el Ge 4 Values :

-I t ,the 'tenant* do it i PhysicianPhone
Osteopathic
In each laundry room there are H. A. CAMERON t

four pall of stationary tuba and I ..
4 one,tub of each pair baa a built. REAL ESTATE 39Homestead
In wath board. Each of the seven '

liaising rooms has four builtinIroning I.BOIIIE.mD, FLORIDA Fla.

board and four electric' . ,
{rand. t>ttk 1t1'.- pJll water are Ofitealt* OM reAewl Banding (Over Brown Drug Store)
luttilahed IrWr4 I',
EmtoblltbeJ: IK
TeL N*. Tt
Aa aaremblx hall 50 feet wide

and H feet .long can be used: for: I


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Page Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE 'Friday. September ll, 1942
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SCHOOLSContinued Jackson, Mist Eula Ray,Mrs.Ivan MISS LEWISContinued Lewis and Fitzpatrick hornet,, a grand-niece, Mrs M. E. Potter '
Moser, Mrs. J. B. Wynn Mrs. Edna when she should reach the century of Warehouse Point, Conn., the
Thurman. mark. former Miss Louie Long Fltzpatrtck. -
( from Pan One) Florida City: Mrs. Kathryn ( from Page One) Betides her nice, Mrs Fitzpatrick .
Mines M that their sons immeliately that time a plan was Initiated to Miss Lewis leaves a grandnephew -
after graduation can go directly Singleton and another teacher yet hold a gigantic street dance on Lieut Francis H. Fitzpatrick READ THE WANT-ADS
into light training with tho I to be appointed. Redland road, in front of the who it now overseas, and I
army, navy, cltlzeoi pilot train-,J
ng program or the new combined
tmnj and CAA training program
loth boyi and girls arc eligible'or
the'course and college en- .
'ranet credits will be given for

vork completed.The pre-fllght. courses Include! :

'heol') of airplane structures, aero- School Days Sale
tynamjcs, airplane engines, metrology -
communication, elemen-
'If) air navigation, the human ;
actor of light and spedaliza-
Ion*. A special Hammer session
VII held! at the University of
lorlda! Aug 3-29 to instruct teach-
n of high school mathematics TAENTcifD FREE WITH EVERY CASH ORDER
nd science to that they might be
ble to teach the new claim.
The teaching staff of Redland
'orm Life School at present I I. ai JOAN OF ARC PHILLIP'SCORN
ollowa:
Principal, Carl Wagner: office
!jcretary, Mill Mary Eleanor Villains Beans SPINACH
Kidney .
Redland High, : M. A. Baker, vo-
itional agriculture; Clarence

Jray'byslcal, science education; D. R. Snyder director, boy end' 2 No. 2 cans 23c 2 No. 2 cans Me 2 No. 2 cans Sic

Mch; R. E. Trotter, industrial
rta; Chat. L. Ooley, mathematics;'
Has Katherine Davis, social tub-
eta; Miss Alice Edwards,junior BLUE PLATEMAYONNAISE
Igh school English; Mrs. Rebecca
'ray, music; Mist Bertha Mill
tausman,. home economics; Mrs
fell Lelfeste, study hall; Mill 1 49c
lacy Nettles, librarian; Miss Suo qt.
tobinson, girls' physical educa- ,
'on; Mm Julia Sullivan, commercial -
ALL FLAVORS
courses; Miss Ann Wil-
on, Spanish. A teacher hat yet
to be supplied for senior high '
Salad 1 41c
'Cnsllsh. I Dressing lqt..
Redland Elementary: Mr*. Eva .
'letcher and Mr. Flora Vihlen,
nt grade; Mrs. Ruth .Russell
cond grade; Mr*. Mary Furry, I 23C11BIRD'SEYE
bird grade; Mrs. Margaret Otis, PRESERVES glass
urth grade; Mr*. Lillian J. Polk, ,
fth grade; :MIll Ruth Murray,,
xth grade. ,
The faculties of the Homesteadid
Florida City school are as'
'llows: I FRESH MEATS FRESH
Principal Baker M. Hindman;'
fice. assistants Mill Loretta
'aUon, Mrs.Anna Carter. FROZEN FOODS SKINLESS VEGETABLESPKG.
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Homestead High: Robert Hester,
fence; E. B. Blackburn speechid Z6c
WIENERS lb.
history; Rudolph Cosiman directorid PKG. ,
iys physical education

tlonal coach agriculture; Geo. N.;Wakefield Mrs.Margaret vo-' Peaches 19c 1 SYLVAN FARMS 10 LBS.

'ecker, social: subject; Miss Jo-II 43 POTATOES Zc
phine Cook, girls' phys'cal! edu- ROLL BUTTER
.tion; Mrs. Margaret Mills, mu-
'!; Mrs. t.H. Gallaher,study hall'
id library; Mr*. J. R. Rutland,I' 23c LB.
igliah; Mrs. Mable Gee(returned Spinach CABBAGE A. 4c
from a year' leave of absence), LEG 0' LAMB 35c ,
igliih and art; Miss Lola Beh-
ns, mathematics. Mist Alice Fer-
isoo, home economics;Mrs. Ruth
.'-ott, commercial subject; Miss PEAS 010 27c DAISY CELERYUer X7c
Ir.lolaSWWlrt, English and
unlth. No manual training In- C. 2C
"l'\ICtor has Jet: been secured toll LIMA '
the vacancy created by the
tignation of C. H. Rice FANCY BEEF RITE 3 LBS.
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