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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: October 2, 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: VID00562
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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VoL31-No.40 Homestead Florida, Friday October 2, 1942 Price 5 Cents y
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"Schools-At-War"- Drive .Launched .;











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I Only Employer- May Ask 1 PUPILS TO PILE METAL, SCRAP 1\




Exemption for Farm Help ON VACANT BLOCK NORTH OF i




GROWER-MUST National Newspaper Week 0 HOMESTEAD HIGH BUNG jAs j


October 1 to 8
I part of a nalJon-wld: teacher there this week, Is com

NOTIFY BOARD"I Tp-mark observance of National Newspaper Week, Oct. I to Schools-at-War program initiated I II mander. Teacher have the rank'
8, we ,can think of nothing that better expresses the alms and I Sept.25 under the sponsorship of 1 I of captains.
Ideal. of the Homestead Leader than the following newspaper the wartime commission of the I School boys and girls of earn
I classic written back In 1021 by Brlrtow Adams, professor of Journalism i United States Department of Education class room will be the lieutenants,

'IF MAN: QUITSMen lit Cornell: University: I the boy and girls] of Dad sergeant corporals] and private
County' schools will launch an of the Junior Army. Those who
I AM THE COUNTRY WEEKLY ''offensive Monday against' the do WHll will be promoted, lust

t metal shortage like real soldiers In the fighting
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>I t am the,country weekly.I I Ai members of a National Junior srmy
essential, to,the operation am' the friend of the family, the ,brtnger;of tidings from Army, they art going out to find
County Superintendent James
et farms and groves have been ether friends; I speak to the horn In the evening light of sum and bring Irt the Jhing of which
T. Wilson Is colonel of the Dade
declared eligible for'draft defer- mer's vine-clad parch or the glow of winter1! lamp tanks and .l\Ip..r'J made-ruaty County regiment of the Junior t
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went, but applications for their I help (o make this evening hour; I record the great and the pipe, pld, lawn mower,. Iron bedsteads Army.
small the varied acts of the day and weeks that go to make up I -junk.
deferment'must be made by the life. The Homestead regiment, com.- Prix money totaling more than
I
employing grower and not by the posed of pupils of Neva King eleven hundred dollars will M.
I am for and of the home. I follow those who leave humble distributed t 'tne'chooa' hf
draft registrant himself.announces beginnings; whether they go to greatness, of to the gutter, 1 take Cooper Elementary 'SchootsndHomestead mong
the county taking part in the drive.
er Wm.Geronlmo., chairman of High School, ii headedby
, else'daysrithwholesome .'
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ages Prizes, to be awarded the
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w total Draft Boafd Wa. T. Baker M. Hindman, principal op
Growers should notify the draft I speak the language of the' eommon'nan; my words are who rank ai major In the Junior i basis of poundage of usable material
board it a deferred registrant fitted to his understanding. My: congregation la after than that Army. Likewise, at Redland per pupil enrolled (enroll
leaves their employ, said Geron of any chul'ClIln; my town; my readers are more than those in Farm Life School, Principal Carl ment as of Sept. 23): are aa follows .
Imo. This serves a two-fold pur- school Young and old alike find! ** me stimulation, Instruction, Wagner la the major in command, First, $100; .second $75

pose, he explained; it prevents entertainment. Inspiration, solace, comfort. am the chroniclerof and at Florida City Elementary third, $50: fourth, $40. fifth, $30;
birth and love and death-the three'great facts of man' sixth, $25: seventh $20; eighth
draA-idodging and 'abq'proteell School, Mrs, Green Rives, who
the grower by reducing the lik- telenet. accepted the position of senior $15; ninth $10,
tlhood that he will be tempted I bring together buyer and seller, to the benefit of both; I Each school not winning a prize
way by higher paying Jobs am part of the market place of the world Into the home I but turning In at least one ton
carry word of the goods which feed, and clothe, and shelter, and 20 ACRE GROVEOF of usable scrap will participate on
which minister to comfort, ease, health, and happiness.I a pro rata basis In the distribution -

ROADBOARDGETSREADY am the word of the week, the history of the :year"the A. E. BARNESBRINGSJ12.500 of $760.
record of my community In the archives of state and nation Listed as NOT usable materialfor
I the metal drive of the
X am the exponent of the live of my readers. scrap
TO START Junior Army are tin cans, auto
I I weekly
am the country bodies, bed springs refrigerators

and enameled gas stoves.
OVERSEAfflWAY I Miss Isabel Becker I The grove of >. E. Each school will have a nearby

To Be WAAC Officer SCRAP CAR SENT Barnes on Coconut Palm] drive collection depot, At Homestead
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near Krome avenue has been pur. the vacant block north of the
Slate Road Department engineers JUNK YARD GETS chased for $12,500 by A. De Homestead High School will be
will soon move Into; Over- Miss Isabel Becker, daughter of Garmo, Cairo, Egypt, a transport the dumping place for the Homestead *

sea Highway headquarters recently Mrs. Charles Becker of Florid ,captain with: Pan American Air school Junk.A .

'leased in, the Preston B City and sister of Florid City's AWARD OF MERIT Ferries, J. K. Dorn, Miami real fighting army use maps and 4
estate broker, reported this week, scouts loot of ground, and
every
L R Becker has
Bird Motor CO building South mayor, passed
In i A cartload of scrap metal, bearIng Two other sales reported by Major Hindman; of the Homestead
Rooms avenue, to Information both mental and WAAC
according physical '
the banner of Homestead, left'Mr. Dorn are the 17-acre J:Harde- schools announce that the Junior
coming out of Orlando tests at Camp Standing and la
( I. here Friday afternoon for Miami son grove, also on Coconut Palm Army ,will scout the town and
this week. I awaiting orders to report to
now I where it joined can of scrap drive, and I the five-acre Cha country In the same way for placesof
Ate there theo ,Fort Des Moines tor
meeting Monday training asaa I
from the Greater Miami communities Weekly] grove on Bauer drive. junk.
the state road board'ntif an officer.
agreement whereby the Public I His Becker, a member ofMiaml.Senicr.High to form the beginning
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1 the YletDl7'acrep 'train sent
Roads Administration wiU bear: School faculty, i Florida' east coast to' the 0'1 Transportation Economcis Calls Halt
76 per cent of the $3,400,000 tost has completed three months of 'I II
of building.the Oversea Highway I volunteer] service with the Miami mill of Birmingham To Consolidating High School Grades
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11 ,over In*",old roadbed' of the Fjg 'Information Center: which' has"draft The banner contributed.by
C railroad'to'Xff''W1at. The- ; her for training .and Redland Dhrlrlct:' h mber of Com- -
,(Continue it Pag light) for further service there. mere, wa* proudly draped over Consolidation of Homestead and the county "hool'l'mm.Accordln .
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the aid* of the F, S, C railroad Redland high'school, with junior to ToUorfs report, if
freight gondola] by Geo. N, Wake. high grade: taught at Redjand! three of ,theRedlapd] school busses '
: Comparable) 'Prices Set on Grapefruit, Held chairman thi local salvage and senior high grade taught at _relied to bring the senior high
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If : committee.Tor Homestead, will not be attemptedthis student from Redland school. to
1.Oraiiges'N t Bad'at,.Net'on Tree BasisWhile producing, and, sailing M year because of transportation Homestead and then return to
tons of'scrap metal I last month, problems'-which such I merger Redland with Homestead' junior

the ,Wolfe 'Auto ,Wrecking Co., would Involve, the Dado Countj high pupil, theround trip transfer -
c lower than .the parity I'eompetltioa, freer ether, sections Homestead funk,dealer; was presented board of public Instruction decided . : would require 40 minutes,
+ l"*t eught ,' comparable price of normally fpjree'the price down a scrap producer merit at a meeting held Wad_ I These busses, Tolson said

1, ,t.7a,4,boz,{of range'and, 77 1 ward.. emblem by.C M King, auto ..]- day. would have.to start collecting pupils -
coats a box'for grapefruit arc not The' comparable "prices, which YiP Inspect ef the War Production Adding busses to the existing earier"than they do now In
i M feed aa might teem at first I will be used fca place of parity Board's conservation equipment of:the present contractors 'order to get the junior high from

,glance,. for the .amount 'represent :figure witch ad tf a ceiling la division The emblem/bearing the I I. out of the Question; It was Homestead to Redland by school
"en the tree" peie to the placed ,on the price of ranges legend, "Co-operating With War said, and use of available fa Ul- opening time. The consequence, ;
r grower, local citrus shippers and grapefruit were announced PFodualion Boerd-8crlp Producer ties would mean that the transfer according to his report, would be
pointed out yesterday. last Friday by Secretary pf Agriculture Scrap Metal Produced and of pupil between the two schools that some children would have to
r Moreover, they said, then la Wlckard sea fpUoww Sold Last Month M Tons," I* two ceuld not be made within practical wait on* hour and 21 minute tot
r I possibility that the government All prangs $1.72 a box; for and one-half feet by four feet. time limit ,school to open while there would
will permit arriving at the comparable -'fresh use, $1.$2; for processing M The, award la made only' whereit Action of the board cam after I be I correspondingly long wait,
k price by averaging! theaeaots I cent ?- la evident that a junk dealer Supt Jas. T. Wilson, who recommended I after school for them or other*

prices thus permitting AA grapefruit, 77 cent a box; is making an extra effort to pup- the consolidation, as one before they were. deposited at y
I better price tha"h the comparable for fresh use, IS cents; for pro ply critically needed scrap for Of several In the county, for purposes their home* I
average at the start of the ceiling |7 cent war producton.In of economy end efficiency, i The east ef the extra mileage
season and a lower,price than the I All lemons $JW box: for effect the emblem mean to mood the report of a transportation Involved would be approximately
comparable figure at the peat rre.hlie; $146; for promoting, scrap dealer what the Army- survey made by Clyde Tel- $1,200 at present contract rate
wheat Increased shipment and as cents. Navy E I* in war Industry son, transportation supervisor far I UM beard was
told-

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.. '* '* ,. JOUR i I 1 Pvt. John from M. Walton Mississippi has beentransferred to Homestead Relative of P. T. A.. :

I MEN IN SERVICE I iSheppard will take a Field tlv,*-Texas month, where course he in [Attends Dedication of Birney 'ShrhiMr 8:1:1

airplane gust mechanic Only one -
.. ..... .., .. l I other man from Florida I* In the I Joel J. Robinson of Horn planting edged with boxwood ;
i squadron, he reports. sated and her mother Mr*. Grace Florida' contribution is a cur,
Ensign Froscher Now A.," he said In a recent letter;, . McLellan Smith, were among coquina atone.
home. I Pvt. Herbert W Turner of the thou who attended the dedication The sundial was unveiled by
On South Pacific Ship "We' can't get candy, cigarettes, U. S. Marines has been transferred In Marietta Ga, Sunday of a three-year-old Alice Birney Row

razor blades or soap," he aald.I .I from Quonset Point, R. I., memorial to Mr*. Smith' slater| ert, great-granddaughter of Mrs.
Ensign Clarence Froscher, ton didn't realize I had such a Ito OpaLocka.He spent Sunday Alice McLellan Birney, founderof Birney. The ceremonies were' y
of Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Froacher, sweet tooth till I found I could In Homestead with his parent the National Congress of Parents broadcast over a nationwide radio. '
on Sept. 4 was assigned to servIce not get tweets Mr. and Mr*. Ceo W. Turner. and Teacher hookup.
on a destroyer which is now The,' needed 'supplies were sent The shrine 1* a sun court erected Among the speakers was Mr*]
4n South Pacific water I to him at once. Private David M. Robert, U. S. In I corner of the high school Wm. Kletzer of Portland Ore''
Ensign Froscher 1* comfortably Army coast artillery corps, Camp ground In the city of Marietta pesident of the Na'ional Congress;!
quartered and he Is happy In his BATS AS BIO A* RABBITSAT Wallace Texas, has been transferred I birthplace of Mr*. Birney. and Mrs. Alonslta Walker of
work, according to Victory letter tV VTH PACIFIC BASE to duty at the camp hospital The sun court I* nagged with Washington, D. C.. daughter etMr
received by his parent he writes his father J. H. stones from the 48 states and Birney.
I Rat are a* big a* rabbits at Robert of ltomegtead.TRAFFIC centered by a marble sundial pro- Mrs. Smith will accompany
Ensign Arthur Assigned the South Pacific base where RoyD. vided by the National Congress I Mr*. Robinson when she return
1 Walker is stationed a* a mem- Around the dial 1* a colorful to Homestead on Oct. 14.
To Subchaser Service: ber of the construction battalionof

I the V. S. Naval Reserve, according CASES > have been making baby dresses'!
Ensign W. A.. Arthur, son of to a letter received by Dr. Robinson to Speak {I
More surgical supplies are ex>
Mr and Mr*. A. F. Arthur, I* on his brother, Cecil Walker of GET ATTENTION On Radium and Cancer ;'jpected soon. ;|;
temporary duty on a battleship Homestead. Pefore enlisting last I' *
In the Atlantic.. He has been i December Mr. Krome has secured I sup. ;
per- Roy was a graduatenurse
Dr. Carl F. Robinson will speakon
manently assigned to a subchaser at Dr. John Harvey Kel- IN POLICE COURTThe ply of production pins which l li
which la to be completed in De logg-s Battle Creek Sanitarium, radium and It* discoverer, .I i those who have put In 100 hour \

cember. Battle Creek, Mich. Before goingto Mme. Curie, and on treatment for of Red Cross ..ctivlty-.ewlnr.,,
I Michigan he resided In Homestead Homestr police depart- cancer in the closing lecture of I knltt, or making surgical dressings J
ment Is clamping down on tratfic -are entitled to wear. The
Sgt. and Mrs. Gauzens his Red Cross first aid course i
e violators, especially speeders.In pin sell at 60 cen' each.
Proud Parent of Girl Wednesday, Oct. 7. The public Is
Pvt. Robert Centner of the air police court Monday night,
.
corps, son-in-law of Mr. and Mr*. Carl Jeffrey,charged with reckless Invited. Lost s4 found columns el I :.
Tech. Sgt and Mr*. Robert W. Frank Skill, has been transferred driving by speeding 50 miles an The examination. will be given Tekle aewapapees are )
Oauiena are announcing the birthof -. tt tame lays. =
Thursday.Dr. < Every
from Atlantic City where he received hour on Krome avenue, was fined }
a even-pound eight-ounce his basic training to Robinson'* daughter/'Mist Americas bar a War Boos,
I $10, and D. C. Salers, charged
daughter at Cherry Point, N. C., radio school at Madison Wis. with operating a moor vehicle Sue of the Redland'High School,I Ike lams leee fa- Bay raw .
on Sept 24. Mr*. Gaiuen la while under the influence of liquor faculty, has been} ,conducting "the M* every pay 'a,. '-.
taw former Miss Effle Ma Water class during his stay In Vermont.,I'
Martin
Sgt Bishop returned to and causing an accident forfeited I .' ,
Sgt Gauzens' mother, Mr J. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, a $35 bond. He plan to return Tuesday. I I
K. Gauzen of Homestead, former Thursday after pending I ten- f\
Salers drove his directly 4n
municipal librarian, 'after a visit day furlough her and In Miami. the path of another car car driven by Red Cross Report Shows AppeUalngSANDWICHES

In Syracuse, N. Y.. arrived to While In Homestead Sgt. Biahopipent a negro police testified ,making 5,724 Dressings ,Made
visit them two week i
ago most of his time with Roy
.
. a collision unavoidable.The J
Martin at the home of Roy' parents case of Grady Pope, charged The sixty-two .who worked In 1 DRINKS
Bwokey Sauls Is Ready Mr. and Mr*. Charles Mar- with drunkeness, forfeited a (15 the South Dade Red Cross. unit In 1 SHORT ORDERS
To Dish It Out in EgyptPvt tin. He also visited with Mr. bond. Leona Eunice, charged September put In 872 Vi hour and ,
and Mr Ansel Borraw. In Miamihe
with disorderly conduct, wa con. made 9,724 drea.na'fra.'! W, JI .t
visited with his Mr .
Elton E, Sauls, known In mother tinued when she did not appearin Krome, acting head 'of the project I 1
Homestead a* Smokey, tells of Blanche :Bishop. ', court Georgia Pierce Bell, reports. Though there were 21 DICK'S BAR-B-Q
array life In Egypt In a letter received colored, charged with a reckless fewer worker than In August, the
Elmer Thomas Martin of
recently by Chesley ton display of firearms, was handed number of hour of work was C. 8. 1 at Ith Street
Mr. and Mr*. J. T.; Martin, has
S under*. a sentence of 125 or 40 day by practically the same, the said.
been transferred from Norfolk to Homestead Florida
Extract from the letter follow: Mayor Tom Harris.. Because surgical supplies are
the U. S, naval training school at
"Written sometime In Augustbut temporarily exhausted, workers
Memphis from which he will
I don't know when it will be merge as an ensign Funeral Services Held - !

mailed. I am somewhere In "I like it fine though we have For John Lester Johns l
Egypt.: I can't tell anything about long hour of work and very little r

the weather but it suits me fin. liberty," he reported In,a recent John Lester Johns, 59, of
"You remember one day at the letter. Princeton died Monday In a Miami RENEW YOUR 1942
county yard you said they never district hospital after I.brief Ill- _
would send me across. I was under Sidney Kendrick, Jr., 613th technlcal ness. Funeral services were con-
the tame opinion but we were school squadron U. S. Army ducted Wednesday afternoon at 1 1I
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both wrong because here I am. Air Corps, has passed all his tests I the Princeton Nazarene Church DRIVER'S LICENSEBy
"The going 1* not hard but It I II at Atlantic City where he la by the pastor, the Rev. Cha*. F.
plenty rugged. I can take It andI I housed in a tourist hotel, and la I Crauswell. Burial wa in Palm
can dish it out to let her go ready for a fouror five-month Cemetery at Naranja with Turner -
baby. course in airplane engine mechanics Funeral Home in charge of I
Taking everything under con- and armor-which Include I arrangement I October 1
sideration the .food I* excellent, working on machine, gun and Mr. John. a carpenter by trade,!
and that la the main thing."I Installing them In airplanes. He came to Princeton 10 years ago :,
doa't worry about the enemy expects to be sent soon to one of He was born In Folkston, Ga. -
because I don't figure that those 49 schools where these subject He I II survived by: h's! wife,'
j dirty - are any slicker than are taught, according to letter Elizabeth; a son Perry. three.
I am, and not even aa slick. received here by his parent anal daughters Anna Lou, Thelma W. S. L KENDRICK
"I got here OK, end I expect to his wife, the former Miss Louise and Hazel E; and a sister.: Mrs.' .
get back OK. I may be wrong Pacettl. Muriel Bryant All reside In
but Princeton. JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICE: '
that ia how I feel about it, I .
any way. Pvt John T. Godwin Is now at .
"Tell the boys I said the army air base In New Orleans Homestead FloridaOPEN
. according to word receivedby THE WEATHEROfficial
FROM 7 A. M. TO It P. M. DAILY
Private Bevis Finds his parent, Mr. and Mrs. R. .L.
Godwin. INCLUDING SUNDAY
No Candy in EnglandPrivate Pvt. Barney Godwin of the weather report of the

Coast Guard younger son of Mr. Subtropical Experiment Station,
Ralph Bevis,* son of and Mr Godwin, has been transferred Homestead, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R Bevis, I II in to Miami. -_ __ON
a tank destroyer battalion that Sept. 24 I 92 I 67 |128.841| 0.10Sept r

bal arrived In England. Sgt. Frank Hamilton left Thursday 25 ._. i 18 |172 :129.83 0.06
"The girl over here are O. 1C for MacDill Field after a Sept. 28, .*. I 88 I 72 f 0.06 1JR. C. H. DENBY
but not like the girl In the U. S. 10-day furlough In Florida City. Sept 27 i 92 I 70 |

SUBSCRIPTION BLANK' I Sept 28 II 1 19316712992 II 1 Osteopathic Physician-
Sept. 29 91.168 129.981| 0 09
Sept 30. 87 I 72 |28.91| 0.36GLASSES*

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Friday; October 2. 1942 . HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pare Three ,


day stay at the home Of Mr. and' Success Marks Efforts ,I his ministry.. . I
1 Mrs. Lee H. Lehman. : "Accord 11"g to the announcement e
_____ f \ Of Rev. Howard Field of the pastor, extensive Improve-
In and Jtround I Mrs: Ceo. A. West left for ments to the property are anticipated "
Tampa Sunday -to visit Sgt. and Through the leadership of the In the near future."
Mrs. Dukes West .nd' their new Rev. Howard Field of Loudon, 1

daughter Gayle Earl. Te'nn. son of Mr. and Mrs C. A. Methodists to Observe
HomesteadMr. Field of Homestead, the Loudon
World Communion Day
Miss Mary Jo Burrls of Perrlne church of which he is pastor has

spent Tuesday night with Miss recently purchased the handsome World Communion Sunday, Cjt
s, Helen Moye.Mr. brick building which formerly 4. be observe' at the Home-

and Mra. H. E. Schaff who I the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B I and Mrs. Herbert Class of housed the Southern Presbyterian ill Methodist Church announces }
Church of Loudon. :
Townsend the Rev. O. Sewell Palmer j
the
in Bevls Mrs.
spent summer Hendenonvllle parents of
I Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
and Louisville returned to and Mrs. Ysffe. Mrs. Yaffe has Mr. Field la a graduate of pastor. (
their home hert Wednesday. On 1 recently returned from a visit to i Williams Wednesday. Homestead High School. I "Christians all over the world-
the way back they stopped In Camp Sheldon In Mississippi i The following account of the I will engage In the sacrament of
lanta for a*few days. At'I'I where Pvt .Yaffe is getting his FLORIDA CITY purchase of the. cbUJ"dI.* reprinted the Lord's Supper on that day
basic training. By Warns Sentry from the Loudon County 'he said In making the announcement I

Miss Margaret Berger returned Herald: ; "Christians everywherewill
( I Edith A dance "The Loudon Church of the realize that In Christ there te
Tuesday night from Chicago Miss Bull who was grad
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where she was graduated from the uated from Homestead' HighSchool was held Tuesday nightat Nazarene has purchased for I's'I'' no East or West.. There will be>
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Chicago College of Laboratory In June la now employedIn 1 the city ball.Mrs. place of worship the Presbyterian I i world-wide recognition of the one

Technique She was accompanied a Miami Beach grocery. Sheis Church building, located on the TOM"l l
returnedThul'lday i J JI
J. Freeman
by Miss Pat Holder ct Chicago! making her home In Miami corner of Grove and Church I Mr. Palmer will have charge of
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who will spend the season here. with a brother-in-law and sister from an extended visit streets. The transaction I was negotiated I both,morning and evening services. : i
Miss Berger plsyed In the Garden Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Fogle. Mrs. with relatives In Loulsburg and this week and cam a* His evening topic will be ,
City team which went to the "ogle Is the former Miss. Hazel Fairmont, W. Va.MI'I. the result of the untiring effort "The Playhouse." ,
finals In the national soft ball Bevis. of the pastor the Rev. Howard I
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I Edward Tladale left Tuesday -
tournament in Detroit last week Field who came to pastor the
I for a two-week visit with her local church five years ago andhas If ANNOUNCEMENT
Howard West returned Saturday parents In Glenwood. Ala.
the church in that
L. L. Chandler, president of from Daytona wrere he has teen grow
Goulds Growers, Inc, and affiliated I been employed for the past seven Mrs. S. W. Griffin Is employedat period from a membership of 38 Miss Mary Eleanor "UIII -
to of the substantialmemberships
I one most
with l American Fruit Crow.em. months. He plans to enlist after' Tilda I.'. store. '
Loudon ama, a graduals of W.,._
will return tonight from Chicago -1 a visit of two or three week at ao. I I
churches. The Field
where he has been on business the home of his parents, Mr. and Miss Miltred Severy Is 111 at graduate of Eastern Nazarene, a burr College School of Drama
since Monday.Mrs. .- Mrs. S. L. West. her home, 1 I I
College located at Boston Mssa,
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.U now offering a reuive ha
at the of 21 with A. B I
J O. A. Hainlln left Saturday Mrs R. O. Muirah the former Mrs. Jack Branch of Miami and age an ,
;, to join her daughter Miss Elizabeth Miss Helen Welt Is learning to bea rer son, Jackie, were Sunday degree, entered college at the age expression and speech enrree1141. -
of 17 for the ofpreparing ,
who has a civil service po- teller at the First National BankIn guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. primary purpose I .
himself be medical
to
a I
sition at the officers' training Miami. Her husband is nowa Caves.
camp in St. Petersburg. fireman tint class, on a sub missionary, taking his premedical Restoration will be held as
chaser Mrs. T. J. Walkup and Mr. and work while at Eastern Nazarene -

Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Andersen Mrs. J. S. Caves were Tuesday College A turn in events!I 1* a, m. Saturday, Oct. la. In
and infant son, James Milton left Mrs. Lovett Newell, the former dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. .I directed him Into active ministerial I
Tuesday for a visit with relativesin Miss Martha West, Is visiting H. Worely In Homestead.F. I work in this country upon I the Homestead 11..lh06tI
graduation from college, and his
friends in Texas while Lieut.
Utah. Their
vacation will last A. Carmichael of Kendallwas splendid preparation has reflected I church annex.
a month Newell of Camp Folk La., la on
maneuvers.Mr. a Sunday guest of Mr. and creditably in the marked progress I
Mrs. R. E. Scott, Sr. Scottretrned I the local church has had during I
Mrs. Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper mM't ,
M-w-; : Saturday
returned Friday night from her and Gee planto visit In Miami.
summer home In Blowing Rock move to one of the Koon apartments day

N. C. the weekrend.on S. W Third street over: JAMES ARCHER SMITH: Another Victory Train !

HOSPITAL NEWS
Frank D. Briggs returned Friday Sell iron and other metals
us your scrap
Mrs. Harry Wright la In Jackson
night from his summer hoe A daughter weighing five
in Y. Memorial Hospital In Miami recovering and six born
TarrytownJN. pounds ounces was and help win the war
from 'a major operation I to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tidwell In,
Dexter Horne who has been performed last week. During her the James Archer Smith Hospital
visiting In Homestead with his absence from home her two-year- Oct. 1. AUTO WRECKING CO.
wife and baby for two weeks, old daughter has remained with I A six-pound, two-ounce son I IVOLFE
will return today to his U. S. Mr. Wright' mother Mrs. Ceo. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd r. o. BOX 7H
Army project Job In Nassau.A. P. Wright Fye on Sept. 23 Directly West of Seminole Trading Pout

-- I I Mrs. Jos L. Burton Is recovering 8. Krmne Are.-Fiorina City Line Homestead Fla,
F. Arthur Is planning a short Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hood are from i major operation per-
business trip to Washington D. 9. entertaining Mrs. Hood's grand-i formed Monday.Mrs. .
Mrs. Arthur will mother. 2. ra.M. B. Massey of Jr. who ,, ,. ., ,,,,,
accompany him HenryBrooker, 11111"1111" "" "111111"" '"'''''' ""'" '" ''II''''' '"'''' '''' ''''''' ''" ''''' ""p """ m
and visit her parents,' Mr. and Columbus Ga.. who arrived Mon underwent a major operation last
Mrs..W. T. Atkins, in Lewes, Del day for a visit of several weeks week la convalescing satisfacto ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICKRedland

I between Avocado and Drive
rily.Mrs. Road Biscayne
Miss Myrtle Kerfoot who has Frank Morris, fruit and produce! Virginia Walton, a medical -
been visiting her parents Mr. and 1 broker will leave next week fora patient for a week will re- Pianoforte and TheoryViolin
Mra. A. E. Kerfoot of Princeton 1 six-week stay In Charleston. turn to her home today.
will return to Washington to accept ; Bert Colburn underwent a tonsil Xylophone Piano-Aceordlan
a position as clerk in. ,the Mr. and, Mr1..l' O. Ward son .operationTuesday: uwuunuun,, ,mununnnunuw, , nuuuuun' '''uu.mniuuuuuuuuuuuumuunnu.uuum.uuwwwPromotions' '
department of ,labor. She has In'rlaw and'daugrter of Mr. andMrs.
been employed la the auditing O. W. Calkins, have movedto
division of the general accounting Plant City. '
office in Washington
Mrs. E."A. Carter who was 111 i
I Mrs Harold Kendall and chil- at her home on Wsldln drive after HOTEL
dren returned Saturday from a her return- from' the West Is i
summer in Maine. now recovering.Mrs. .
..-. PATRICIA
Mr*. Theo Moore moved to Wilmer Cast visited |in '
I Miami from Friday till I .
Homestead from Miami Wednesday Mondayat
to stay with her parents, Mr. the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. 312 S. E. 2nd Ave. A raise does notcome from hard

and Mrs. R. H. Done, while Mr. IF. Calkins.W. MIAMI

Moore spends several month In I, I work. Your achievements not ordinary -
Texas training for a position with C. Gibson, SOM 3-c of the ,
the V S. Border United States Navy surprised his
Patrol.
I work hours
and river. or long designate
Overlooking bay i ,
aunt, Mrs. A. S. Moye, with a visit

Mrs. David Williams has returned Tuesday. Mr. Gibson U spendinghis Twe blocks from Fierier the size of
your pay.
from a visit with her parents furlough with his mother and i
In Edwin Ala. and her sisters In Miami and this was the StreetQuiet M

sister and brother-in-law In Abbe- first time Mrs. Moy had seen cool comfortable. I .
ville, Ala. him since his enlistment about Raise 'oursclf-make yourself better,
sixteen months ago. Refined atmoaphere.SPECIAL .

Mrs. E. M. Townsend of Miami, Make jour work better.
the former Miss Lucille Bevls,. Mrs. Edw. Holland Is recoverIng -

her two-year old daughter, Sandra from her recent Illness. RATES Merit more money.In .
and her sifter, Mrs. R. B.
Yaffe of Miami, the former Miss Mrs. Helen Hackler returned to TO SOUTH DADERS
Inez Bevls, spent Sunday here at Miami yesterday after a three-

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$2.50 Double make yourself better in a short time.

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HOMESTEAD. LEADER! [Q T-LORIPA. -"LGH! aHTS Iy i ?'i QWONDEt2 I I'I HOME THE It' .1 t:

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AND ENTERPRISE: ..
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"sale": om.aWarhungry OF WAM I/IIe/.Mar10K
1..If ARCHER__._PmMMt ntAUORIB Ullal

LEACH ARCHERliinlil -_ 1I
sad r,.._ HOUSE 1JA steel mill are lUll
Ion I the verge of starvation, and .,
."II.h. C.M.re N M..lead.N tie., r1DAI newspapers this week are takingthe
UM Math ..... PubllfhlBlIUB8CSJITIOW C-p..". I Readership in sponsoring an

la Dttt f-T_HATH_ II M 1 Intensive nation-wide metal-sal. .
oal.M..r DUo DtnIlJ_._ II N I vage drive. Boys and girls here
1:...... as .... sun matterlilt. will attack the shortage next week '
Urth at the pat *"... ..ta.seJ
........, ...* lilt Ml .f when they become part of a national -
match a, laze r junior armyj

The government believes our
school kids can do a great Job in
t i
finding unexpected supplies of
MAKE EVERY
'I Junk. And the Junior army here
FAY DAY l I will probably go over the town

WAR with a fine tooth comb..

r WPB Is asking folks who own a
ABOND DAY
I dead car to bury it with military

sro S"IIDIII-SArI DOLLARS I honors. Junk it right away, so its
metal may go from the Junk yardto
the steel mill and on into military ..
The Flag I fUHOEe use
71c'f1r' Yf4 S
Ir, the sun of California co/rsr ec ..VSO
/nVSIAYkS The U. S. Treasury 1* loaningall
It'i the rugged coast of Maine, A "AWZO mt t
its "free" silver to war Indus.
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.hV.t'/7V//AW OW 44W CAN 604&e
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It' the pines of Carolina 3 l# r t ri sec AT F AVT .VM 'YETi tries. It's going to replace copperas
It's the covered wagon train, a conductor of electricity in
i f/N /YNS//fCF 71t EMIELi
fYLfl .
It's I bugle tall *t Yorktown. airplanes and tank*-that* bow
11'. I clipper In the bay, desperate the metal shortage ia
It'i a rustic bridge at Concord, now
Ir, a soldier lad away -

II'. a country's shining glory, Too many folks are traveling on
It', red white end beaven'i '\ week-end,- jamming train and

blue sagging the tire of over-loaded
It'. an emblem and a beacon busses, lay ODT. One reason for
l It'i the banner of the true. the bottleneck IIhat wtbiera
Its the prairie and the forest, N.fOYiPAA'rbt@ IYAtPJf get leave on week-ends. Civilian

It', the hunter's lonely camp AC? sale HMOV, Witt 7Xy LAY* A who can travel on any day
It'i a homestead one hilltop Aem w mzsdAK'itie wtcfAettAf can help a lot by arranging their
It's a housewife1 evening lamp, 7Wsr AwtA *VWX SSEY row trip between Monday and Fri
Itr the joy of good companion, ? r Misr N/7w R71GiD I94 I y7.fOl'OBLTd days. .
Ir, a pleasant evening1 end, r Cf/r" FKIS."d-kl7A4 fft7te ,
It'i the happiness of children, 7XIE I1DV GA? l4. J
The boy overseas are now hear.
It., the handclasp of friend
a
ing American radio broadcasts by
It' the magic of the mountain, I
It's the river and the sea, .................t.................., special arrangement, and the Office
KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR of War Information 1* planning
It' tolerance and .
courage, FROM OUR MAIL BOX to "pipe" commercial net
It'i a people, brave and free.

It' the kindly deed of neighbor.I * * A * * .................................... Alaska.work program to troops In
It's forgetting race and creed

It'It'the* a good hand work for one done In together need; * * 1$* * * MINUTES WORTH OF PRICELESS migratory Under national worker, gas including rationing farm

It* lookout'i '1,11.II' CP.A.U.
a lonely \ ,
Editor Leader-Enterprise: laborer who move with the harvest
a worker at hit trade.It's .
OF DEMOCRACY"To will be able to get extra ga*.
a haven for the outcast URUGUAY-CRUCIBLE Now that 10 many women are
It'* a tout heart undismayed Called! into defense work there
the The first and only- detaining
improve oneself U to live; lookout for Magellan gave
If the and the
sunlight 1* an acute demand for help, and
plant ia the South for one
i It' a philosophical apothegm from the city Its name. "Mont veo, or except
the rainbow In the
f It'* humanity triumphant.Il' ltarlllht.j pen of Enrique Rodo Ureguay'sillustrious "I see a hill," he said, as the explorer' thousand little 1* available.of women In con who eq are enot.not in Texas, 1* being constructed at
man ot letter, would craft sailed past the cone- Birmingham. Transportation troubles
the grandest .
flag
COLTON.I!seem to have become, Whether by shaped "El Cerro" landmark of accustomed to housework are have made it Impractical td
-JOE coincidence or conscious intent, the modern City. forced to make acquaintance with salvage tin can except in a few

key to explanation of why and Uruguay Is a land of broad the dinner schedule, the dishpan cities, but everyone may be asked
When Libby Married how the smallest of the South rolling plains broken in the north and the darning needle.Being to save them when the plant ia
r American has to the husband of an extraordinary finished.
republic come by hills and low mountain The
By Annie Majhtw Fitzpatrick occupy a place distinguished climate Is delightfully temperatewith housekeeper now for .........
among the nation of the world. only slight variations four year a semi-invalid the
I've been out In society From the beginning of their throughout the year. Uruguayan task of home-making have been Children in .Court
Ar. art ha ha, tee he*. movement toward Independenceunder summers occur during North partially thrown upon the writer
I prob'ly looked ai funny the leadership of their national American winters. Stock raisinghas and have taught him many thing By Sedge JlaI eta rtatfttU
A* they all looked to me. hero. General Jose Gervasio always been and still i* the The most Important of theee lathe
My recollection of them was Artlgas the people of Uruguayhave stations basic industry. Small In superlative value of time. '
A fashion plate all glortou never shown lack of daring t comparison though Its area Is, and In the new era In which we TOT: :SALE or LIQUOR DOES
Acres eight yean they looked. to to blaze new trails, to experiment with a population little above two I I live, circumstance compel U* to NOT BALANCE WE BUDGET ,
me I boldly, with changes In social, political -( million, before: the outbreak of reconstruct our method of thought.The Judges are not' Surprised to
To lay the least, tome curious.) and economic structureand the present war' Uruguay wa exporting rule, "One thing at a time," learn that eighty-three per cent of
It was a shock to find ar' ; method which held promiseof I! In meat from IS to 18 nfuit be forgotten. Plan for din our young people In college and
Where once were glowing! Improvement. Today the Uruguayan -' per cent of the world' export ner mUtt be In mind while break- those who are holding white collar -
i tresses. j I system of selfgovernmentIs total At leNt nine-tenth ot the fast I* In preparation. "Woman' Jobs, drink either hard liquor
And since my day, they'd all gone] prominent In the study of for-{ country I* exceptionally Well work I* never done," I II a misnomer beer or wine; neither are they
InFor I ward-looking economists seekingto suited to agriculture and grazing and must not be believed. amazed to find that the drinkingof
yell nigh knee length discern through the murk and j Adequately watered, the undulating Alertness to lave time and hard liquors has Increased,
dresses. !confusions of a world at war the'I plain are covered with a strength for reading and amusement more among young women than
And If I'd owned a Sunday hatI lineaments ef a hew and better I rich natural! pasturage. must be the watchword.One among young men.
ipose I would have worn It world when the Issues of war hall I I Uruguayan crops, with the exception thing at a time must not be While Judges themselves seldom
But wearing some I saw that dayI -' have been resolved and an era of flax an Important Item followed in the kitchen unless one frequent places where liquor U
almply couldn't have borne It of rebuilding shall have opened. I of export are mostly to meet home I wishes to extend this drudgeryfar sold the constant stream of Offenders -
I'd lost ml knack of mall talk. This laboratory of democracy' needs. Wheat is by far the great. Into the night who appear In court keeps
too occupies a roughly quadrangulararea I est harvest wjth about a million I For Instance take notice of the them informed of the gradual
An felt light InclinationTo I of 72,1(3 square mile on the I acres sown annually. Other crops humble dishcloth, one of the trend of such matters. They find
brace up to those erstwhile southeastern const of South Amer. are corn oats, barley and linseed. little foxes which poll the grape that the majority of the young
friend f ica. Its national territory lie I'11' la the north are extensive grovesof If It be too large to be squeezed I men who In court on :
And "start a conversation. between the broad estuary of the citrus fruit Their field In dry In one Instant with one hand drinking Chr.r dl state ,'I
Therefore I drifted toward then Rio de a Plata and southernmost' great variety and exceptionallyfine I'I It must be altered. If too large that they started the habit only

1 edge I! Braill. The western boundary of quality, command premium. several motion are required to two yean before. This definitely
A few came there to meet me.'the republc Ik formed by the Uru-j( prices In Montevideo, Buenos wring It dry. proves that they no longer consider i
I must confess that mot of them! guoy River. Flowing southwardfrom ;I Aires and, before the war was j I Do all the socks and s'ockngs drinking to be a moral Issue. w
Right royally did treat me. i Its source In Brazil to the much In demand in London. Vlne-,have hole In the heel that require Similar reasoning also appears to"f..
But one there wa who dropped' estuary ot the Rio de la Plata,I I yards In the region ot the estuary mending? There I* a rea- have been adopted by government
her eye this river marks the lines between ''of the Plate are source of about son. The shoe does not lightly official, who contend that it the .
Tk do tome first class snubbing. Uruguay and Argentina. The'a hundred thousand tons of grape fit the heel; it 1* not the Old Nick budget I II to be balanced and public -
HI always class her with those, River Plate form the southern'and a million gallons of wine each that make these hole Glue In- Institutions are to be maintained -

'folks boundary, merging with the At-'year. 'I Ito the tide of the heel sheet of It*I* necessary to permit
Who go In for nose rubbing. 'lantic toward the southeast At I[ Standing out among the states-I fell to make a close fit and the sale of liquor, so that It can
I wrote my name In Bert' nice; its mouth Is the progressive and men who helped to place Uru- notice the difference In wear a*ibis taxed and such revenues be
book beautiful city of Montevideo, the I''gilay In Its advanced position I well a* the pleasanter walking. used to meet the costs of govern
Where everyone must peal nation's capital port famous the:;among nation, Is lose Battle 7Ordon. I Just aa screen keep out flies, monk It would seem that a mere
I left ome manner on my plate world over, center of social and ... A noted publicist, he so also nap at the side and backdoors I adequate method of securing revenue -
My cherry In my flat economic life, seat of culture and deeply Influenced the thought *t keep out dust and mud. could be obtained than by
And when I got out home again learning. A Portuguese sailor'till country. Under hit guidance I Acquiring the skill of doing encouraging the sale of liquor to
AU safe and line, unharried.I and thai et Claudio WllUman '
i things thoroughly and speedily U young men and women who are ,
felt right glad that I bad gone grow the University of Montevideo.not difficult, It the mind I* kent hardly out ot tSelf teen. The
The day that tAbby married. use see eX* tar at leer tnonument to I people' stanch, Upon it, and the difference In time i youth of the nation must be pro
ssiiais. Tee bad we M fidelity to hope and Ideal cherished ,required I* amazing. tected. The aale of liquor to parent
Pride, the aloft dangerous of all t (. tar el (MM M tatty through generations of,I i I HOLLISTIR SAGE. whose family budget win

faults proceed from want ofK War Resd6JIS (MF War struggle toward Independent no.tlonbood. North Woodbury Conn, net permit Its purchase, should be-
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Our men need tanks, ships and guns. The, steel! for :.


these must be made from 50% scrap metal. But



p the Nation's steel mills don't have enough scrapon



hand to, last even 30 days more! Keep 'em 'p



running. Help build up a huge scrap stockpilethe 1



bigger the better.





GD down Into jour basement=
storeroom. Climb up to
the attic too.Look at the unused stuff
Important' hose oddst and..ends how YOUR NEGLECT WILL I t

can be.Important.
to a kid half way around
.the world. Important to a blue-clad COST SOME BRAVEBOY'S i
gob-to a flyer,racing to reach the. ,
target before some knifing Mtsserschmirt
can find its mark.
That old metal means steel for these ,,.;
men. And steel means armor plate LIFE I ,
for safety-weapons and ships for
Victory.
Without It they'll die. They're not
afraid of that-but it's better to give
*life for t cause than to be sacrificedby
thoughtlessness., knowing And that it's the better folks * * * *
racklive didn't let them down. .

And 10*.."J/Itt tim';11 Monday
starts our big scrap collection drift Get Your Scrap .
-and you're going M help Make it a a . '
good one. Don't m op because Too Ready For ,the DriveThat 'N
see a full junkyard or a brimming '.
savage depot.That's the way they're,j;; Starts Monday ".
jet to be to make sue we Jews f
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e Six HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday,.October 2, 1942 .






I I . . Social Events in South Dade swung





DOROTHEA ROBINSON BECOMES BRIDEOF MRS. Jl'LIA POLK H I.MRS.., T. BRITT SHEALLY IS HONORED
I HONORED ON BIRTHDAY
HARLAN MERRIAM IN VERMQN.T HOME Mn. Julia Polk was given II I AT SERIES OF PARTIES IN HOMESTEADThe

-- surprise birthday party on Sept. I

Dr. and Mrs Carl F Robinson I brown crepe afternoon dress with 24 by members of the, Sunday I f tint of half a dozen partiesgiven.In Field, Tampa, last summer.
of Homestead Fla, and Burlington , brown accessories and a corsageof school class she teaches, the Dor!(j' honor of Mn. T. Britt For the exploits of his flying
.. orchids. cas Class of the First BaptistChurch Of Jacksonville, houseguest fortresses Col.
Vt., . announcing the marriage Sheally Armstrong has received -
of Ihcir daughter, Dorothea,, "Velelda Fleming Reed attendedthe of Homestead, who met of M.... Adrian Jacobs, was the liver star, highest>>
to HarUin Carlton Merriam In bride aa matron of honor. Her at the home of Mr. Charles Mar a bridge party given last night by award 1the air corps, Mrs

Burlington on Saturday. Sept 24. dress was of win color with blue tin. I Mrs. A. F. Arthur. \ Sheally. said. He already possessed .
The bride has spent her Christmas accessories. Austin Gray served Many who could not be present Present besides the hostess, her the distinguished service

vacations here line her parents the bridegroom as best man. had were represented by gifts they honor guest and Mr*. Jacobs cross, bestowed on him In Pana..

became residents of the district Following, the ceremony a re- Present sent. besides the hostess and were M.... J. A. Pollard, Mrs. Paul ma six yean ago when an engineof
eight yean ago. ception for both families and for Haley, Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mrs.J. .I the plane he wa piloting exploded
honor Mn. C.
the bridal party was held at the I guest were: T R. Brooks. Mn. W. L. Sawyer, and he landed 'hi* ship after .
The bridegroom li planning to
Harper, Mrs. T. E. Kirby Mrs
home of the bride. making the other members of
Mn. A. A. Payne Mrs. E. A.
enter military service In the near Lester Lawrence, M... A. D.
'The bride was graduated from the crew parachute to
Buchanan, Mrs. safety.
Stanley Wittkop,
future. ..
Smith, Ms. S. A. Turner, M. H.
the University of Vermont In the Mn Ceo. M. Frlck and Mn. Mn. Sheally wlll visit at the
Following are extract of the class of 1039 receiving I B S. CoWer Mn. J. R. Pope and Mrs Buddy Eason. Jacobs home until} Oct. 11.
account of the wedding aa givenIn degree in education. She .la a Chesley Saunden. I
Others who have entertained for
the Burlington Free Press:
member of the PI Beta Phi fraternity -
M1M Dorothea Robinson, daughter -I, and has taught school two HOMESTEAD T T. A. Mra. Sheally are Mn. Payne, Mrs. W. 8. C. 8. TO MEET
Hindman, Mrs. Logan and Mn
of Dr. and Mn. C. F Robin- yean in Fairlee and one year in HONORS TEACHERS TONIGHT TUESDAY AFTERNOONThe
con of 270 Main at, Burlington, the Taft school In Burlington. After their return from the annual Buchanan and Mn. Witttoop. Homestead W S. C. S. will
fall conference of the South Mrs. Sawyer will entertain in meet In the church school buildIng .
i and Homestead, fla., became the "The bridegroom Is a graduate of
bride of Harlan Carlton Merriam, Lyndon Normal class of '38, and Royal Palm District of the Florida her honor Tuesday. Tuesday afternoon at S o'clock,
IOn of Mr and Mr*. Luther W. Boston University, class of 1941 Education Association In Miami Mn. Sheally Is the sister-in- Mn. Geo. Ranson I* leader'of
Merriam of Lyndonvllle Saturday He taught In Vermont two yean today, the teacher members of the law of Col. Frank A. Armstrongof the prayer group which meets
afternoon at 4 in I ceremony and has been teaching In the Rec Homestead P. T. A. will be guest Richmond Va.. commander half an hour before the general
performed In the Methodist tory school in Pomfret, Conn., the of honor at a reception given by the United States Army' tlyin.tort .I meeting e

church by Rev, David Reid, pastor past year. . the parent members of the P. T. 1I squadrons in England,
of the church. Wedding music "Dr and Mn. Robinson arrived A. at the home of Mn. E. J, Dyal, who led the recent flying fortress
was played by Margaret Carml- I here from Homestead, Fla., Fri one of its former president raid on Rotterdam. Mn. Jacobs
chuel, a friend of the bride, while day morning to be present at their Mn. B.M. Hindman, hospitality was a childhood schoolmate of SEE
gladioli and palms formed the I daughter's wedding," chairman, haa charge of arrangements both Mrs. Sheally and Mrs. Armstrong Mrs. An ilia Booth
In Richmond and she
floral background for the cere- Many out of town guests were for the reception
mony. listed in wedding atory. All patrons of the ..choor"Ire visited Col. and Mrs' Armstrong,' for
"The bride, who was given In I Dr. and Mrs. Robinson will re- urged to be present when he was stationed at MacDlll:

marriage by her father, wore a turn to Homestead Tuesday -..,.- I CHARISHome
- -- - - -- TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE MRS. LOGAN IS HOSTESS

I LIBERTY REBEKAH LODGE HEARS STORYOF I FOR honor DEPARTING of the Rev PASTORIn George H. TO JENNIE. A. ,M.LOBDELL Logan was CIRCLE host I Ilofre. | CorsetryPrices

FOUNDING OF ORDER 91 YEARS AGO Ricks who has resigned as pastorof at I meeting of Jennie Lobdell ,I
the Homestead Presbyterian Circle of the W, S. C. S. at her
-- from
Church, his mother, Mrs. J. A. home Monday night when the!
The Interesting story of the Mrs. H. M. Degler: noble grand, Rkks, and his sister, M.... T. L. book, 'Our 'rIm..", was to
founding of the Rebekah Lodgein announced that State President Present besides the 3.50 13.95
Hodges, the Woman's Auxtlary of
Cincinnati ninety-one yean Irene, Miller of St Petersburgwill the church will hold open house were Miss Lobdell, Mrs..tUdied'j
ago was related to Liberty Re- her official"visit
pay to the next Friday evening, Oct 9, from Hindman, Mrs. Lewis
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bekah Lodge ot Homestead Monday lodge on Oct. 26.Refreshments till 10 clock.. burg, Mrs. Lloyd Field, M... -
night by Mrs H B. Beattle, were served In I'18 Friends as well as members of lie Ditter, Mrs. George Barnes '31 N. WT4th' Street

district deputy president, at the the banquet hall after the meet- r the church are invited to attend Mrs.Earl Pacettl and Mrs. O.I
annual celebration of the annlvermy Homestead Fla.
Sewell Palmer. ,
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In the I. O. O. F hall M.... program committee wan M.... Palmer will entertain the;
Beattie spoke aim of the main composed of Mrs. Blanche Chapman 1 The CalendarOct group on Oct. 26.
events In the lodge'a history since M.... Bell Garrett and MnBeattle .

its early days. and the refreshmtnt com- Homestead P. T. A. reception
Mra I. p. McLean sang two mittee, of .M.... Degler and Mra.Beattle. for teachers at home of

numbers.- ---- Mrs.E.J.Dyalat8p.m. Jack
Oct t-Meeting of Woman's rik DIXIE DRUG :=
JUNIOR CLUB ENJOYS day: Circle One, with M.... T. T Auxiliary of Si John' Episcopal
OYSTER DINNER Bowen at 3:30: o'clock; Circle Two Church at home ,of Mn. John nat I" 1111
Rummy followed an oyster dinner with Mrs. E. U Lawrence at 1 Julian at S p. m.
which the Junior Women's o'clock; and Circle Three, with Oct. 1-Meeting of Ad Aatn
Club members enjoyed at Red- Mn. J. Tom Vann at t o'clock. Chapter of O. E S. A WORD ABOUT OUR ti
lands Cafe Monday night Circle Four will meet with Mn Oct. I Meeting of Homestead
Novelty prizes 'were given by R. E. Edwards'on Thursday at B. P. W. C at home of Mr*. T. LStadig. PRESCRIPTION SERVICEThe

the hostesses, Mn. Bruce Ennls 3:30 o'clock. In Princeton. .. ,
and Mrs. Allen Neal. The Presbyterian Auxiliary will Oct. *-Meeting of Junior Worn- **ull Drug Ston Is!tmlf prone'of jtstemce. cpascriprloe
Others open the season with an all-day an'a Club at bom.-'or Mrs. Stanley tiltC" mott impor.
present were Mn. Auguttui
: meeting at the home of"Mrs. J. Wittkop. la cspibl
Wynn, M... T. J. Walker, UN eVputmeM our on. Only ".
Mn. Burley Dendy, M.... Roberta R. Brooks on Thursday circles.Oct. Meeting of W. M. V. IrteastJ pWifwdsts,%dog the,..,..01 lull l

Harrison M.... John Barker, Mrs.Jas. HomesteadP soragik SMte lalscoiipoud rout priscnpno .
Oct. 7
L. Bird Mist Birdie Home I The Episcopal Auxiliary wilt\ T. A. -executive Meeting committee of *. .,.The most time In me Itall! DrugStore
and Miss Barbara meet with Mr*. John Julian this tern
Done.
,afternoon. Members are workingon Oct. 7-Meeting of Legion Auxiliary f"v
In Legion hall.
articles to be sold at the an.
NEW W. M. V. CIRCLESTO i nual bazaar In December. Oct. 8-Allmeeting of i
MEET NEXT WEEK Presbyterian. Auxiliary at homeof
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M... J. R Brooks.
All four of the newly divided The opening meeting of Ad 4eA"
Oct.
-Annual all-day study ,
W. M. U. circles will meet next Astra Chapter of the O. E. S, will Oourse of Homestead W. S. C. S. t Drat RQMESo
-week. Three- will meet on Tu_ be held this evening at 8 o'clock. Oct. Presbyterian Auxiliary' tt LEADS ;

'" "" . "",,''' '' ,,'" open house at Mrs. A. A. Payne's pEN wtstd . 9eP1u
home. dltf edeaKk
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'Oct. Christmas gift work kale rsoe t teesst8save-194 "00MR
meeting of Homestead Home Demonstration -
i : Cub.

Oct 12-Meeting of Monday

I ; NOTICE :', '' Rutland.Music Club at home of Mr*. J. R. one IL CT 100 *ENC'LSNARm

Oct. 14-iMeetlng of Redland P. tAVT ti otB tuse"pOtq ,
T. A.It Ip.m.Oct. suit.s lot 23WSW /h t Q

; Due to extreme shortage of labor and 14-Meeting of Redand W. coo
S. C. S. s ex its "Wit tsa'''

supplies the beauty of Home- Oct. 20-Meeting of HomesteadW.
: shops S. c. S. circle ...
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Wednesdays at
noon P. T. A. ICE CREAM
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for the duration. Oct. It-Official visit of Rebekah

state president 1 Made Fresh In Our
Oct 2 -Meeting of Jennie Lob- Daily
dell Circle with Mrs. O. Sewell

MAE MORRIS BEAUTY SHOP 1 1f. Palmer.Oct SO-Redland School rlm- Own StorePa

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MODERN BEAUTY SHOP J

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sun w conTosrt 1' t' 1 1 rI
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1 'Miss Class Williams Expression.to Open /)I CLASSIFIED ADS fl


r Social EventsUNIVERSITY I Miss, Mary Eleanor Williams a I 1
graduate of the school of drama I RATE: tint Insertion 10* a line; subsequent Insertion
at Waynesburg College will begin! M a line

a class In expression and speech .. .
correction In the. Homestead *'UK RENT UELPWAN'CJ.D .
CLUB HOLDS ITS OPENING Methodist Church school building -
on Saturday Oct. 10, at 10a. HOUSE for rent in Redland. Fur- HELP wanted: laundress; yard] 1. '
MEETING AT HOME OF MRS. W. L. SAWYER
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, m. nished. Brooks, Inc. Phone 73-R. man; window washer. Mrs, t
I I Miss Williams I I. a daughter of o2tf) Ralph KIngman phone S92-J-IU '

Mr*. W. L. Sawyer was hostel Wynn, Mn. Sawyer Mn. Archer i life and Mrs. Casper Williams of GARAGE
apartment, delightful
Modello. She look
Miss Behreni was praduated from REPRESENTATIVE to after
to the University Club; at Its Mist Miss Stewart and)I Redlan4 High School In 1938. She can sleep 4, cooking! facilities, I our magazine subscription Interests
: opening meeting Monday evening Ferguson. I i received a diploma from Waynes- shower bath, $7 week. Phone I In Homestead and vice

p at her home In Porvenlr. Thejlub' W. 8 O. 8. ANNOUNCES I i burg College school of expression 57J-J-11. I nity. Every family orders sub I
Miss Loll I'' In 1940 and an A. B. degree fromAIIl'hen scriptions. Hundreds of dollars
new president, ANNUAL, STUDY COURSE TO
permanent tenant all electric I
College In Meadvllle are spent for them each fall and
. Behren of the Homestead High The Homestead Woman's Society -, Pa this year. well furnished apartment, hot winter In this vicinity Instructions \
J 'School faculty, presided.: of Christian Servlqe will Mill Williams Is now secretaryIn water direct road to airport and equipment free. Guaranteed
; I Mn. Ivan Moser was elected meet Tuesday In the church from the principal's office In Red- Mrs. Eva Collins Federal hwy. lowest rates on all periodicals
. treasurer to succeed Mn. H. G. 10:30 a. m. till 2.30: p. m. for Its i!land High School.Presbyterians. and Biscayne dr. at Modello. domestic and foreign. '
annual fall study course. The text Represent the oldest magazine I q
. Thurman who resigned because oft this year Is Rycraft'i "On This I FURNISHED bouse for rent Set agency In the United States. I ;
Ineal.I Foundation." {I to Have L. O. Hall at Berger residence, Start a growing and permanent I

Mn. O. Sewell Palmer, Mn. Mrs. O. Sewell Palmer will conduct -I Special Services Oct. 4 10th and Krome.... (Jy3tf) I business In whole or spare time. f
Lewis Brandenburg and Miss Al- the morning period and Mn.'j Address MOORE-COTTREU, I f

!ie Ferguson were unanimously period. Capllnger, the afternoon I Jos R. tyckson, Jr., will be in.stalled FOR SALE 1) Inc., Warland Road North Co- : '
voted In a* members. I president of the Presbyterian hocton. New York. t
Appointment of the following Husbands of members are In. I Sunday school at a special FORDSON tractor. Runs and MARRIED man to work In milk I
Chairmen wa announced by the vlted to the covered-dish luncheon 1I iI |worship service at 11 o'clock In looks like new. Also two discs.1 barn. Comfortable house fur ,
I president: education, Mn. r.. R.I which will be served at 12 o'clock. ,observance of world-wide com Will sell reasonable. Wolfe Auto nished. Apply Alpalne Grove ;
Becker; finance, Mn. Moser; 'munion Sunday. Wrecking Co., Homestead. Dairy. Krome ave. (911-18) I
: membership, Mn. B. M. Hindmani; WOMAN'S CLUB DANCE Others to be installed are: Mrs. (o3tf) .
t 'program, Mn. J. R. Rutland; publicity IS FINANCIAL SUCCESS I James Nesbltt assistant! superintendent LOST \
NICE clean lime trees 30c eachIn
. Mn. Ben Archer; and lOci.I' The dance given by the Woman's D. P. Blake secretary and
Iota of SO Mn. C.
or more. LOST stolenWhitehalf
strayed or
.5l, Mn. Howard Johnson. bofCo":: :: in the Chamber -I treasurer, and the following W. Camp Bauer drive. Phone Persian cat. Reward for t
r Th meeting day and howl, it building Saturday teachen: J. M. Holferty, teacherof
. M2-M-2. (illtf) return to Adrian Jacobs, Hector
.r.j was decided will be determined night cleared $25.83 for the I'' adults; Leut W. L.: Sawyer
V from answers to I questionnaire Princeton First Aid Station equip I young people: Mrs. A A. Payne CHRISTMAS., rooted; young Supply Co., HomesUad. (ps8. t ,I
:b sent out by the secretary, Mn. J. ment and supply fund and $3799 seniors; Mn. Bond Bitting,, Junior mango trees and papayaa. Mn.
$?' O. Wynn. Mn. Scott and Miss for the club treasury reports Mri.I girls; Mr*. Paul Haley, junior N .G. Ball, 13 N. E. 8th Si WANTEDSMALL .
111,Virginia Stewart will-be the Oc- Jas. L. Bird, general chairman of boy; Mn. M. W. Kent, primary; (a7tf tractor with cutterbar -
;fy:, tober hostesses. the dance. Mrs. Sawyer and Mrs. J. R. mower attachment. Write P. O. ,
;;'i A pie and, coffee course was The club li being asked to give Brooks, beginners; and Mn. Hol 5-ACRE lime grove 2 miles from Box 501 Homestead Fla. (pot { '
1 served by the hostess. more of these dances, the said ferty, Mn. Russell Trotter, Mr*. bank bldg. Can be bought rea .t
1. Present were: Mn. W. R. Bird, since war conditions prevent theyoung U L. Cossman and Miss Beth sonable. Mri. M. A. Berger, N. WANTED groves with homes, t
Mn. Paul Reynolds Mn Com people of the district from Gautler assistant teachers. Krome) ave and 10th it, Homestead what have you? Wanted to
Davis Dellenger Mrs. Becker going to Miami places of amusement ! Mn. Nesbitt will present a (m-tt) trade nice home for *l grove. I I'
Mn. Scott, Mrs Moser Mrs. I rally day program at the Sunday Will trade gas station and home ..
school hour.Thirtysix. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I Income flOO per month, for ;.
1 colored stereopticon NAME LAW grove and home. J. K. Dorn,
slides of Hoffman paintings will Notice Is hereby given that the 224 Halcyon Arc. Phone 1-24(3.
1 be shown by Charles Behreni Ina undersigneds-desiring to engage (125-013)
T 1I program on religious picturesat In business under the fictitiousname
I the meeting the young peo- of DICK'S BAR-B-Q TUTORING WANTED nVft
I ple Sunday evening at 7:30 Homestead Fla, Intends to register school and grade school subject I
I o'clock. the said name with the clerk Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B.
II Officer for. the new year will of the Circuit Court of Dade County -' Plummer drive and Country "
OUTAARDEN be elec'ed.white Florida. Mob rna4'Dr.
I R. O. HUFF.

? I (Sept. 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9)
and blue combInation.'All Leonard W.

, 'these morning glories need ....,.IldRe t. are ..JlWln1
:Warm soil in which to germinate, 1.I '.",.. awe RN_
and they will do well without excessive .
Now Red, White and Blue i feeding. If you fertilize the ... II :.T." I Ml N. L VIM 11'_. HU... r*.

Giant Morning Glories soil! too much it may tend to delay CumfMtlf C.+,...Alt.... CfcWIIiMMj.Vv '
:t flowering.DR.M.A.BERGER. --u._ _

When the giant heavenly blue of heavenly blue. That means that -- -
morning glory was joined by the this giant white variety appeared I I
equally large "beautiful Scar somewhere In a planting of heavenly j GROVE LANDS-TKUCK LANDS-CITY 1.0TS-hIIIEIJ

I lett O'Hara, Variety many garden blue; Its seeds were saved I Good Value
DentistFirst meet Were Never So Lew-Plenty of
amateurs who saw the war approaching and they produced some plants lI)I
said: If we only had t which bore all white flowers; and I
white one to match these:, we these plant were gradually Increased National Bnnk H. 'A. CAMERON

in number until now the,
'arbor and trellises of our gar Building: I 'REAL ESTATE

national : Office Hours 8:30 4:30 HOMESTEAD FIOKlDt

1 I Open fvenlBts br CpvotssneatAsnesncement
Morning glories long Opposite Odd Fellow's BuildingTel.
I favorite flowers of the Japanese,'
but they have only risen to top I I N*. 1* Established Ittl

I favor among gardeners In this ---_. ---
country In recent yean. And till : I - -
rise has largely been due to the DR. R. S. SPICKARDand
thrilling beauty of the heavenlyblue I HOMESTEADSWIMMING
variety. One of the few true I
blue flowerswit h a blossom larger i
1 DR. C. C. RAY
than other free-flowering varieties POOLwill
I heavenly blue gives anyone a
are BOW associated with
1 pleasurable shock when It I I. seen
Giant White"Morning Glory I draping an otherwise bare wall be drained and cleaned 4
Pearly Gates. with mantle of beauty, or covering DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST '
a fence or arbor with its love- 'I every Saturday instead1 of
show 111))
could national! colon i ia ly flowers which reflect the colorof Monday until further notice
beautiful floral display, : the summer sky.
The All-America trials' for 19421 1 Scarlett O'Hara I II almost as free Office Hearst t a. a. t. I p. jkSnndaytl i ART McKEE Pool ManagerThe

give an answer to this wish A'I flowering, and Its flowers almost t t* II ,
silver medal winner In the contestfor I a* large. It is reported to be a Closed
new flowers li pearly gates, a;:native American species, reclaimed Saturdays
beautiful whit morning glory from the wild. It gives Just the
which : of red In a red. 1764 N. w. anD ST. MIAMI I
i* reported to be a "sport".! right proportion
'rilON'E MillMONKEY World' New Seen Through

::1 THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR I {

An International Duly tintptfrt I

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JUNGLE IM_ Ediloruli Are TiMlf ud IcMwdw ...4 Iss pals I
TURNERS Fastens, TogMh with Uw Weekly Magazine ScctiM, MoM
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SMwdiy: law, Mel din Haprn. Swam" f 2.Mlnwdvnory a Y-
Ambulance Service Of*c. 6 IWM 25 Canes
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tf.tre Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, October 2. 1942


N .YEW COLLECTOROF | Love Peace as a Means of New Wars Sam J. Davis Finds --

DADE'S TAXES I Every World War I German Admonished Violin Wood in N. C. I'er Prompt

; Sam J, Davis, Homestead violin

'" Dr. J. E. Johnston, lag to need religion at the closeof maker accompanied by Mrs. CAB SERVICE

:LIONS SPEAKER I'Baptist minuter told the Rotary this war u we never needed it Davis, returned Monday from a
Club Wednesday that It 1* easy to before." He said that the beat successful search for violin woodIn al reasonable rates
understand why Germany la at proof of a true God la the attempt the mountains of North Carolina.
Decrease In the state and county the throat of civilization when It to worship a false one. i PHONE
i 9108
tax mlllage this year In spite of la known that Into the knapsack of "Fat" said he, "there can not bet No one In this country makes
stresses In operating costa was 'every German soldier in the first i counterfeit without the exist', a specialty of violin woods, he
Oucker World War went a copy of Niet- ence of the genuine." said, and the European violin HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE
redlcted by Arthur act-
'n( Dade County tax collector, In iche'a philosophy of war, which! Dr. Johnstone was described by! woods are now off the market. r, 0. riamsner, Pre.
a talk before the :Redland District contained, among other things, Ceo. M. Frlck, program chairman,I Because of success in the use
the following admonition: aa a preacher who had sponsored of North Carolina spruce for
ions Club Tuesday night. I
Oucker, who described the "We shall love peace as a meant and Just about completed a aplen I for violin tops Mr. Davis sought
of new wan-and a short peace did new church building since he and found a source of wood] equalto
also sold
peratlon of Ml office,
hat men who are called to eerva rather than a long peace" I I I came to Homestead a few years that previously received from
< in the armed forces can secure Dr. Johnstone said "We are '0. ago. I abroad. He arranged for two log:
to be shipped to him here in
ferment of their taxes on resl-
Homestead and five or six to be
ence or business property by I
Homestead Methodist Church Holds
ling forma provided for this pur. shipped to a fellow' Draftsman .

:0.He.. described the methods by Installation and Promotion ServiceInstallation I Palm Chas. Roman Furniture, manager Co. in of Miami.Mr. Royal. EXPERTBARBERING

Davis purchased also
a supply
hich the county conduct the sale
of curley maple for violin
,
( delinquent taxes each year and of officers and of the young peope's departmentsang. backs. '
ild bow the holder of a tax cer- teachers of the Homestead Methodist .
Mr. Davis and Mr. Roman are
flcate can obtain a tax deed or Church school by the pastor Promotion. were as followsFrom : now making plans to supply violin

/srranty deed.Personal the Rev. O. Sewell Palmer, beginners' department: wood to the American trade Haircut: ._ _____ SOe
property on which the last Sunday morning followed a Peter Hester, Charles Brown, Bernard The logs brought back will \
fixes are not paid If seized by the >e Shave .._ _____ t5e
promotion day program presented
Hindman, Clarence King, split by hand to the desired "
ix collector on a warrant of attchment by the children. A pot-luck shampoo (ruin)___ Bee
Cecil Walker Bobby Glenn. I thickness and put In the loft to
and If not redeemed by luncheon was a feature of the day. From primary department: Fred season. Shampoo (Medlcated: )__ Ito
le owner, la disposed of at pub- i
Officers installed Included:po'- Suber Raymond Pierce, Nancy Stage IS*
'c sale, Cucker said, and a tax
oral superintendent Miss Antoin- Ruth Craddock. I Facial He
PUPILS TO HELP
if $3,00 thousand must be
per ette Moye; secretary, Jason Avery; From junior department: Annie Facial Pact 'So
old on all mortgage before they treasurer, Mrs. J. A. McNeill; assistant Mae King, Albert Hinman, Billy Sarasota, Oct I...,. Sarasota
Are recorded, thus providing a superintendents Miss Mary Perkins, Julia Roberts Joe Reynolds County's negro schools will be re.cessep Combination Facra7beTeuIe
of income from
1 Urea mortgage McNeill in the children's division Bobby Graham, Bonnie Fay for three or four months lit
elders of the .
i living out atate.Hli and Mrs. David Williams In the Williams, Arthur Brandenburg next winter so pupils will be ableto Mustache Tries I"
office also sells auto tarts, adult division; department superintendents From intermediate department: help )n the celery fields. The
-cupatlonal licenses, and bever- *5. C. D. Esker for Jennie Hardy, Man Katharine county school: board decided on
'
'es licenses. Nearly pine mill 1011'pD.n beginners, Mrs Earl Pacetti, Jr, Suber, Margaret Booth, Virginia this measure after being told by BUSH'SBarberShop
from all then sources for primary, Mn. J. E. Close for Walker Webster Williams, John County Agent W. )E. Evans that a
must be collected and accounted'or : junior, and Mn. CII... Otis for Intermediate McLean, Edith Booth. labor shortage expected and that
'ice.by the Dade tax collection of- The following were promoted the pupils could help .

Teachers Installed were: Mrs within the Junior department to
Opacity Ban
John WI hard, Mrs O. C. Crad- a newly formed class for 11-year It.l

OVERSEAHIWAYContinued dock, Mill Helen Moye, MnOca. old sixth graders: Marian Anderson .. in the -.
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''II. Vat Mary Eleanor Fay and Ray Capluiger Jen.nie *

( from Page One) Williams, Miss Esther Liblngston, Lou Davis, Mary Ann Van-
1.te"OJ bear the remaining n% Mrs. Daniel Williams, Ceo. denburg, Rene Hooker, Sally Su
'I the tootMaking Mrs. Julian Webster, Mn Smlth'j(,ber, Doris Caddock: and Billy

highway bridges of Itd Williams and Mill Jennie Efutchinson. -
railroad viaducts and bridges 'dell. EAST'S THE WOEJ01

ot already converted In the mod Mn O. Sewell Palmer and make
mixed and permanent portion of ;3. Capllnger 'were Installed E'j Wall boards we 'carry. :
'>e highway In the existing toll I sistant teachers and Mn. It easy to build on another '

Idge district Is In progress by :Showalter, Miss Esther room, or replace constantly
,'eery Bros. Construction Co. (t I.ton Miss Helen] Hooker, Mn I cracking old plaster.
1 cost of $1,000.000.Conversion Moser and Mrs Julian H. Webster -
11'7-111 time of labor, get
of M miles of rail-I pianists.
iadbed on the keys and fill Each department contributed 'to t aa estimate on all your Building -

adea and construction of three 1 the promotion day program. Sallie Material needs large or-
-nail bridges will be done by the .Wright and Charles Brown told ? small.
'ate road department at a cost ,what la done in the beginners i
approximately $1,400.000.
I department each Sunday and several -
The road department will btponsible children Bible
primary
gave LUMBER
for furnishing all Isir ,verses. Arthur Brandenburg of BROOKER CO., INC.

meaterlals, tools, machinery, I the Junior department spoke,
Lausber, Hardware, Sash Beers, ToelsHOMESTEAD.
awes fuel, labor camps and ,James Brown of the Intermediate
tulpment and for supervision of 4 department played a clarinet PHONE n FLORIDA
,e* project E. C De Garmo, J number and Mary Ellen Dearing
ate road department engineer,
Ill be in charge.AM j

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