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: December 4, 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: VID00571
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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31-No. 49 Homestead Florida Friday, December 4, 1942 Price 5 Onto I





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UNEQUAL TO Often house for soldier of the base in the Chamber of Commerce Licenses on Sale Assurance from Paul V. McNutt,
: Homestead army; air but will be I Martin-special service.offleer, as' At Legion Tag Agency chairman of the war manpower
held'' from 7:30 to 10:30 tonight In part of a program to meet the; commission that the board had
men' recreational needs until official .1 Sal of 1943 Florida state automobile
WAR HAULING the Chamber of Commerce building establishment of the USO license started Tuesday been misinterpreted in press dls.j .
C. J. Parman,, chairman of the unit her morning In the Legion Tag Agency j patches Indicating the shelving of
USO executive committee, an.I Mrs. Frank Hausman will be in; on S. Krome ave. The number the proposal for Bahama farm la*
nounced yesterday. charge of refreshments for to. this :year are small cover plat"I bor, was confirmed Wednesday by
Spurred by the necessity. of Plans for the open house and night, said Mr. Parman All girls to be fitted over the :year deslg. the arrival from Washington ofI
I I nation on the old 1942 ta,..
who attended local USO dances In I
eliminating hazardous wooden building Tuesday night were I I Fayn Hunter, national chairman ot
the spring and others who Motorists who do not have last:
bridge. M lOOn as possible, the worked out by Cap Raymond; I Interested are asked to get in touch are I year" Florlda'i tag will receive I i the United State Employment
state road department Is speeding!for a dance to be given by: the with Mrs. Adrian Jacobs. No them) with their new cover plates I)Service, to make a personal stir.vcy .
TCOtwtruct-'on! of. the $3,400,000,I high school girls are eligible forth at no additional coat, said Wm. J.{ of the situation.
Oversea highway shortcut, it dance, Mrs. Jacobs said, or I Geronimo teaterd y.
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waij,! The word from McNutt cam
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STRICT DIMOUTINDICATED
under the
learned yesterday at con.truct1onheIKIquartel'll girl age of 18. telegram to Luther Chandler

here.! { FORREDLANDAREA' have Girls been employed extended at the invitations army base to: SERVICEMEN'SROLL |i mho wired 'McNutt last week a
The wooden bridges, designed to ;
for confirmation or
Tuesday: night's dance and Mrs. fiery- query;
withstand, weight! up to six tons J. H. Haizlip and twenty: girls from OF HONOR /denial of the published reports.
are unable to support the heavy the Perrine area will attend. A The case of Dade growers was
12.plece orchestra will furnish the presented fully to Hunter at a
military; loads of 20 to 30 tons, engineers TOBEERECTEDNames I
music and soft drinks will be sold j conference Wednesday: afternoonwith
explained. I Chandler and L. L. Rhucly.
by soldiers from the post. There
Indications that the Sedland
Starting at Florida City, one are ''lit l no admission charge for service ;respectively Florida consultant and
mite of'road has been con.tructed,1)District wilt have to put on the'men. of Redland District men[regional director for the war
and materials are being deliveredl!"dimmers' when new and more i serving with the U.S.armed forcesare I(I manpower board; and Allison T.
for immediate start of work from strict army: regulation are 're.ceived being sought by John G. Salley: French of West Palm Beach, J. H.
the Key West end. Eighty; thousand .j I by Frank Rue, coordinatorof ;BAN ON CRATE Post of the American Legion for j Callahan of Miami, Wm. Robnett
of Tallahassee and W, R. Bird of
dollars worth of equipment", defense activllties for South Inscription on a permanent roll of I
has been brought to Homesteadfor I honor which will be erected inLegion :I Homestead all representing the
|I Dade County. As yet specific .
construction of 84 miles of road) ; : NOT EXPECTEDTHIS United States Employment: Serv.i
and 850 feet of concrete bridges.!Instructions: have not been re. park. ,;i lice.
The bridges are to be built at ceived here, Rue laid )yesterday: ,' Public cooperation I is asked in I I I Hunter confirmed the aerlouH.
Snake Creek, Tavernier Creek but the new rulllng will be "pretty SEASONVegetable making this a roster of all local[nets of the labor shortage and
and Tea Table Key.A men In every: branch of service.It .I pledged his department to Imnie.
minion dollar contract for drastic. I has been suggested that the)elate action when the matter J.r Is
converting old railroad viaducts la general the order provides and citrus growers I various church honor rolls might j(routed to him through official
and bridges from Big Pine Keyto : for a dlmout extending inland',breathed more easily early this; serve as a nucleus for the district channels.
Key West into modern highway: for an average of 25 miles from'I week when they were definitelybut i honor roll, and parent and friends The drastic cut In vegetable
spans is bold by deary; Bros. the coastline instead of the 10' unofficially: assured that the i!lof men in 'service are urged to I acreage wa pointed out yetrter.day .
Construction Co. of West Palm proposed government ban on1''send in individual names. by Chandler, to- show the
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Beach. miles formerly: affected. I I(wooden crates would not affect "Thl* Is not confined to theI vital need for speedy labor d..
Early: U November the state Interior lighting of buildings them this season. I Legion." said Adjutant Wm. J.I Uvery.; Practically completed po.
road department leased headquarters used for residential or commercial The proposal of the War Pro-I(Geronimo :yesterday, "We want 4 0Inscribe tato plantings are approximately
in the Preston B. Bird purposes, Including war plants,'I duftion Board to substitute paper on the roll of honor every; one-third under that of last year.
Motor Co building on So. Krome must be shaded or otherwise con I container for wooden ones had I''' nun's name from this area who li he said, and about half the cus.
ave. and a road camp with bar. trolled so that the source of light caused deep concern, especallly: to serving Ms country." tomary tomatoes and threefuurths
racks and facilities for 100 men I II not directly visible from out.' the potato industry; where the j Names may be sent to Adjutant of the bean are being planted.
has been set up at Pirate's Cove aide; ttte regulation provide. j I ruling,would have disastrous efI Geronimo In care of the local I Such reduction was described asContinued
on Sugar Loaf Key where 10workers Also, "any: light visible from fects. Legion post. ( on Page Eight)
are already: located. (Continued on Page Eight) {1 A* one grower put It, "We'd I
lust be up a tree if we had to
I pack in other containers. Those Local High School Pupils Enrolling

I City Prepares to Extend Light, Water (I who have driers-and there are I To Build Plane Models for Air Corps: I
I but two In the dlJtrl -+might be
Facilities to Negro Farm Labor Tentsfiveacre I (Continued on Page Eight), --

As many: as 50 students are' Important studies In the present
Arrangements for water, electricity plot donated by: Henry; Farm Market Getting expected to enroll in the Homestead time, an high school students will
and facilities Brooker, Jr. Growers and other First Early Tomatoes be given the opportunity: to help
sanitary; are I t i High Aeronautics Club for I "
residents are co-operating with] construct the model planes, said
being made by: the city for the FSA In preparation for construction Tomatoes are beginning to come construction of model planes for, Mr. Stark. "Manual training students
new FSA negro labor camp soon Bird said yesterday.: in to the Florida City; State army; and navy use In training will work In their regular
to be constructed In the negro The camp will be composed of Farmed Market now and are airplane spotters, T. S. Stark shop periods and other" pupils can
quarters to replace Camp South tent shelters on wooden platforms, bringing from $>.TS to $4.00 a manual training instructor said; work after school.
Dade recently incorporated as and each unit will contain cots, crate reported Manager C. S. Redland High School student
:yetterday. under the direction of R. E., Trotter
cook stove and
part of Homestead air base. laundry; equipment Phillip yesterday. {
army; '
These ,unit have been Some okra i* still on the marketat Two hundred forty; D type manual (training Instructor-
PUna for the project were made
operated by FSA In various crop $3.50 for fancy and $2.50 for models have been asked of Dade are constructing miniature American
last week by Parker and Paul producing area during the past choice, put the cool weather Is County this year, and Homesteadwill dive bombers and Halifax
wander t Scbouw, supervisor of :year, and ,the Hon !stead camp slowing up the cutting he said.,, construct CurtKi navy ob- English models.
migratory; camps who. were expected had been used In North Carolina Oranges, tangerines, grapefruit 1 servatlon seaplanes and MitsubishiT After the county quota of D
yesterday afternoon foranother before being earmarked tor this and limes also are offered for ..Ie'j 98 Japanse army reconnalsancelight type model plane 1 II completed,
conference with W. R. section. Key West truck stop at I bombers. The planes, of I work will be started on E and rI
Bird, rSA representative for this The 'amp will be open to all market twice a week, he said, to(11-73 Inch scale la size, are madeof I models for the navy. astructton
area. negro farm workers whether buy available vegetables. wood and look like real planet of the models U part of a national
The mobile camp composed orl I brought in by: growers ot furnishing Stalls are renting at last year's|I a mil high when viewed from'i I plan inaugurated. last year. when
150 units capable of housing their own transportation, it I rate of 140 on the main platformand 39 feet Dade County was given a quota
workers, win constructed on .1 1 I was learned yesterday.: $2$ on the back one. I I "Since this U ode of our moet I tot 700 p&nl'loU :



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I., '. *" ;:Leader Represented on Invitation Tour'. Officers' Wives 9 9Army

I-EN\ To Work With Red Cross! 1

I.I. OUR } IN SERVICE. I Of Blimp.Base; but.Can't Talk;This:Week I j .,ThVUoraeJbcad ifroas >


-. .. ...T. I'[ The Homestead Leader-was represented *!I m- the'Tjsrty-whtclr-war per att':'\ r'' re n. will br aka
jd 0.'pclotlt
in a party of news service tonally conducted by Capt. Chas. nil It TL i rli t
It Col. Weber SendsThanksgiving the service men. There is always'' and newspaper correspondents,!I A. Maguire, commanding officer, and Thursday afternoons for thus*
Message'] a dance or some other type ofj I reporters and photographers that and Commander Geo. D. Zurmueh.Ilen wives of army officers stationed!
'entertainment, so I don't have any made a tour of the Richmond I squadron commander of the at the Homestead air base, Mrs],
trouble having a good time. Naval Air Station Wednesday!I Richmond Naval Air Station, were: Lee H. Lehman, chairman, announced
Major Frederick R. Weber Is "Sending the home town paperto :morning at the Invitation of the),E. V. W. Jones and E. L. Shugars,' yesterday. Arrange t
now Lieut. Col. Weber, according -I the boys in the service I ta one public relations department of the to a Thanksgiving Day cable of the best morale builder that I Seventh Naval District. I|respectively, of the Associated date regular workers on otherj
received here by Mri. Weber. i know of. An account of what was seen Press; C. W, E. Morris, southeastern " days.
"I and 'new representative of the 1 Mrs. Carl Godwin, an expert:]
Mri. Weber and their children don't get so lonesome if I heard at the blimp basel I
who arc now making I their home 1 have a direct contact with my; near Perrlne can not be Christian Science Monitor; Jack lenoed and trained leader, with Mr*. Weber' parent, CoL home town. That ls why the this paper, however, until next Thale and Tony Garnet, staff supervise the group' In making. ]
and Mri. Ralph Klngman, were Leader is so. very Important to week, as all stories and photo. writer and photographer respectively stitched dressings. Workers..-]
with him In Hawaii when the attack me." graphs must be submitted to navy of the Miami Herald; Jess asked to bring scissors and thim
wu nude on Pearl Harbor. . department authorities in Washington Carver and Ralph Willets, staff bles.I .
Russell Anderson, agent for the for approval before they writer and photographer, respectively -'I I Since the work room ke.h.re.|
Gulf Oil Corp. here, will report in can be published and there was of the Miami Dally News; opened Nov 12, 28 o ;I
Allen
Capt. Tibbits I Miami Monday for Induction into not time to obtain this O. K. for Ben Archer, publisher of the given 249 houri and made 3,844 j
Now Serving OverseasAllen ,the navy ai chief boatiwaln's mate. publication In this issue. Daily; Homestead Leader; and Lt. M. E. dressings, Mrs; Lehman laid.
I papers represented on the tour Bacon of the public relations de.1 I I
Tlbblta baa been promo. The Rev C. N. Walker former will publish their stories and photographs partment of the Seventh Naval i Four Portraits Added
ted from lieutenant to captain pastor of the First Baptist Church Sunday District. I To Art Club Exhibit
and sent overseas according to of Homestead, has enlisted fort I

word received Monday by Mi service as chaplain with the navy: ,) I Staff Sgt. Arden C Steele ef
mother Mri. B. A. Tibbits. Home Pacific Isle
Capt. friends here have learned. Since on a the Homestead army air base, an
TlbblU Is serving with the engineer leaving Homestead, Mr. and Mrs I honorary member of the Home ,
construction corps. Walker and their family have been '
j stead Art dub added three pas.
making their home:, in Socrum, tel portraits late last week to the
Lt. Edwin Lawrence Fla., where Mr.. .Walker, I* pastor. club's, exhibit iq the Homestead

Receives PromotionIt's I Furniture Co. windows. ,All have
I Bobby Chambllss, son of Mm. drawn praise from those ,who
a silver bar for Lt. Edwin B. A. Stafford, left Tuesday night < passed by.
Lawrence since Thanksgiving Day for Camp Standing following en. A small but exquisite pencil
when he received new ol his pro. listment In the ground crew of the I portrait by Mri. Ralph Klngman -

motion from second to first lieu. army air forces.Herschel .. .. I was another late addition to the
tenant. Lt. Lawrence ion of Mr' exhibit.
E. Prideaux, formerly 1t
nnd Mri. Lester Lawrence of
of Redland, 1 I. one of the men In
Homestead
Is now stationed. at Early Posting: Urged
our fleet who
experienced the
Camp Livingston, La. "
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. Jap sneak attack at Pearl liar. For Christmas Mail
bor last December.
Edsel Heinlein on Visit For delivery by Christmas Day,
Herschel li the ion of' Mrs
After Trip for InvasionEdsel I Mary Prideaux of! Miami, the I outof state mail ahould be posted
las soon as possible, it was em. '
grandson of E. A. Graham, and
Helnleln. fire controlman I nephew of Mrs. Bert Jeffery Has rsY phaslzed yesterday by PostmasterS
second class, U. S. N., and hi I attended Redland school and for E. Livingston.
wife, the former Miss Clara Sayre, three years has been in the U. S. Unless mailed early, gifts may
paid a surprise visit to their parents Navy where he li a fireman, first I trot reach their destination on'
Mr. and Mn. Herman Heln. class.t aE time he said, as war transports '
lain and Mr., and Mri D.Sayres E I tion, coupled with the prospect
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In Roland I M aYWhl Pvt, H. Canon Malcolm, of the t of a record volume of Christmas
and stayed until Wednesday U. S. Army Air Corps, is spending mail, is making unprecedented
morning. I demand upon the railroads and
several days here with Mrs. t
Bluejacket Helnleln'i ship took Malcolm prior to being transferred extra mall trucks are practically
part In the transporting of troops I to officers' training school I non-existent
for the recent Invasion of Africa In Miami Beach Mrs. Malcolm ..vi.V.
that established the long-awaited I Is the former Miss Virginia Frick.
second front. Given leave when .
his ship returned to the United
Elbert West, youngest son of
States, he wu joined his ,
by wife
Mr and Mn. Geo. A. West, ii now HOTEL
for the visit home.
e o stationed at Buckley Field, Cola.l| t
where he Is training with an army I
Home Town Paper Helps air corps armament technical PATRICIA

Morale Says J. T. Godwin, vision. His cousin, Howard I
son of Mr. and Mri. S. L, 41-1
8.Marines oil an .lIam.. Pacific Ma
are quartered hi barracks'
"From what I read In the paper , who enlisted in the air corps seek a* thaw pletwei above Below, a Leatherneck relates by reading 312 S. E. 2nd A,.e.
old Homestead li doing all the lime time, has been UP On Us training refvlallans The Devil Dogs bat become !
right," writes Pvt. J. T. Godwifrom Chicago for training as a expert builders el these ]Dative bats MIAMI
New Orleans."I noperations mechanic. radio I

wouldn't trade it for .
other place under tote sun.any I Pvt. Jas. Hardy, son of Mr. and' CLOSING OUT A TRUST ESTATE AT Overlooking bay; and river.

sometimes think that the peopleof (Mra. Bird Hardy, is expected horn -e Two blocks from Flaglete
the Redland,Qtefrlvt nail)rlDec.il 20 to spend the Christmas Street. .
don't know how lucky they are. I I holiday Pvt. Hardy i* stationed AUCTION SALETHURSDAY
"I am going t044Chool every,.t Tent City, La. I I e Quiet, cool, comfortable
day now, learning thow; to be '. I
machinist. The, weather here la I Pvt. James Goodlng who li .t..I Refined atmosphere.
I DEC. 10th. at S.30 P. M.
very unsettled. Some days are tloned in Maine has returned *o
cold others hot and rainy. Yo ijhls' camp after a 10-day furlough Formerly Known As
don't know what to expect. ," with his parent, Mr. and Mrs.' SPECIAL RATESTO

"The people are very nice to Ray Gooding. I IJv :, g KEY LARGO CLUB PROPERTIES SOUTH DADERS


II I II CONTAINING 47S-ACRES APPROXIMATELY $2.00 Single

II I I ON Till HIGH RIDGE OF THE FAMOUS ' $3.00 Double

RNERs U ERAL II I iE KEY LARGO KEY ,
HAS 1
WATERFRONTS-FROM: OCEAN TO BAY

LOCATED miles 8. ef FUcler St, Miami on the Overseas
I tLghway to Key West; g miles S. ef Pelican Roost Fishing
Camp (which bat the south end of the Key Largo long bridge)
r'2.34 4 miles S. ef the Antlers' Club corner and t mile North of the Slay overnight to finish
four Ambulance Service Doe Knomlton Gulf Stream LocI,..
transacting business)--sate
I SITUATED In Sections le-IMt, Twp. (0 S., Range 4* E. Key year .4
LADY ATTEND. 'T Larrav Monroe County, Florid. another trip (which means gal,
THIS PROPERTY has a lli-story house near the _.... APproximately -
Phone 270 Homestead, Fla: I 1 mile ocean frent.",. '4 mile en the bay, and Urea, time and nerves). (
Overseas Highway runs nearly 1 mile through property, thus
giving double highway" frontage.
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THE AUCTION '
SALE -

DR. C. H. DENBY I Will be held in Miami

at the AUCTION ROOM ef the Withers Transfer Storage C., .
Osteopathic Physician In*, Ite N. E. First Are.. THURSDAY. DEC Ittb. at 1:30 P. .
: I M. TERMS: U% deposit at AacUM. balance cash fa II days.
Make Inquiry, see property and lie at auction ready to bid i A
Phone 39Homestead For Information See i

I RAY
Fla. WRIGHTAuctioneer' I
MIAMI I.U.t

(Over Brown's Drug Store) Or J. P, Stamens, First N.u-.J'DaM Bid*. a* the Firm ef
I Shafts. ...... Haonwni, rYerait Jnllan Attorneys.

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! '" ""." 1 ' ' , "'" oughly drained and .*\pre COUNTY SCHOOLS I.Care and"l/sc/ onVashingMachinesEDITOR'S / sharp kinks or bends. Use a HOSPITAL NEWS_

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( NOTE: This is the third in a series of articles pre Ish and help make the washereasy are the parents 9f a ton, John
pared by home service advisors of the Florida Power & Light Com- to clean. Charles,. born NOT 30 in James
pany. The fourth concerning cart and use of the electric iron, will Oiling Archer Smith Hospital.Mrs. .
STATESJYILSONI i appear soon.) .. MMiJMflBalFew Maud E. Chandler under.
, Wringer Washers. Don't oil
went major operation Tuesday.
, I U any,'washing. machines Wringer wringer bearings as oil will de-
The United State hit the best A ton David Gibson was born
4 be In future. Probably the most precious part teriorate clothes I
will produced the rubber and stain
educated army in the world to. Nov. IS to Mr. and Mrs. Philip
,j of your washer at the present time
.re constructedof
day James T. Wilson, superintendent I Manufacturing plants now U the rubber wringer. Since all Wringer bearings art Schefsky of Miami.
wood and with
of Dade County schools devoted to the production1 of essential rubber If adversely affected by are impregnated Mrs. Leo Hilliard and son born
' lubrication the seldom need re- I
told Redland District Lions Tuesday armed Dec 1, will be returned today to
, war goods for our heat, light, grease, and dust, do placing. '
( night. forces. It U, therefore the patriotic everything you can to alleviate The wringer reverse gear-cast their home In Naranja
"ReiulU of recent Mrs A. D. NelU underwent .
{L a survey these conditions.Do .
duty of every housewife to should be oiled with eight or ten
' show that 11 per cent of the men major operation Saturday.
not overload the wringer
and correctly use those
conserve drops of medium oil every two or
In armed forces college Mrs Chloe Butt of Miami had
1 our are devices she now owns adjust rolls for the proper thick three months.
! men and 30 per cent art high Washing clothes probably takes ness of materiaL Spread the Electric motor bearings on older her tonsils removed Saturday.Mrs. .
f school graduates" said Witon. more energy than any other one clothing evenly across the rolls machine should be oiled with two Alva Lee was a medical
"This meant 59 per cent have lens housekeeping task Certainly,, with buttons folded Inside as you or three drops of medium oil by patient Sunday and Monday.
than high school education afar Mrs. Virginia Walton was admitted -
a now we need mil th'extr. time feed through the wringer.Do dipping toothpick in oil and drain-
better record than In the First' to the hospital for treat.
and energy washers give us that not put metallic articles such ng it into oil-hole. Avoid oil
World War when 91 per cent of we may have time for the many .s buckles through the wringer dripping on the electrical part of ment Thursday afternoon.
the men had less than a high' additional activities now thrust unless they are folded Inside the the motor since oil will gum Important I Jack Campbell of Naranja la a
school education. I clothes to the rolls from medical
upon us.With prevent moving part I : patient.
"Our educational system Is ad. moderate cart a washei being damaged. The transmission gears that
Justing Itself to war although the will last a long time.. Here are a Always release pressure on rolls I drive the agitator in most wash' It your washer U noisy, It maybe
public schools will not be radically few simple rules to follow: when not in ust. This will prevent ers art sealed in a lifetime lubricant ' an indication that wear has occurred
changed. Her In Dade When disconnecting the cord accidents and It will prevent However it Is a good idea or something has got out
County the various departments of plug, do not jerk plug from socketby rolls from developing flat sides as to call In a service dealer once I of adjustment Loose parts Improperly -
the school system are placing em. pulling on the cord. Pull the well as help preserve the tension every year or two-and have him adjusted and worn parts
phasls on the relation of the subject plug, instead. Wipe cord dry art/ I of the rubber. I check the oil In the gear cast and I increase wear. Any unfamiliar
to the war. Problems In wind on a hanger attached U, Cleaning thoroughly grease necessary parts. noise should be Investigated Iramediately -
mathematics are being related to washer utter use. Place washes Clean and thoroughly wipe dry Spin Basket Washers I If the cause Is ot apparent
Industry and navigation; geography close enough to electric outlet tc, both the inside and outside of (Extractor Type) and cannot be easily fixed,
Is being enlarged and related prevent strain on cord should the washer and wringer after each Since the motor and gear cast call a service dealer

to war; phylcal education 13 washer be moved. use. This should also Include the are supplied with the proper I ....................................
being conducted along army lines Before you plug the washer cord agitators auction cups or spin amount and grade of nil at the i.
with a program of physical fitness into the electric outlet be sun, basket, according the type of factory-no further 0111'111. need
training; manual training classes the washer It not in gear. This, washer owned. ed. However every two or three I GIFT BAZAAR

art making canes, model planet may prevent damaging the motor. Inspect drains and remove all months, turn the grease cups to,
and stretchers."All WashingDo buttons, hair pins, etc. If washer the right and refill them with Genuine Seminole Indian
this Is In addition to the not overload the washei. la automatic clean lint trap after yellow grease I Craft Work
work being! done by the vocn. when you use It. An overload may each use. Leave the cover off the Every three months, put eight
tlonal, technical and trade schoolsof strain both mechanism and motor washer and spin basket until they to ten drops of medium: lubricating DEC. 4 AND
the county. At present the It may also prevent proper cleaning dry. I oil in the spin basket drive
county technical school is operating of clothes or even damage the Be careful In handling the agitators I II shaft hole. OLD P. 0. BLDG.
24 hours a day and con. clothes. suction cups or spin basket I Occasionally put a drop or two
trlbuting a great deal to the war, Do not run washer longer than I If they are chipped, scratched or of oil on the caster bearings
effort by enabling men and womento necessary-9 to 15 minutes foi r sprung It may damage the washer Keep spare fuse for washer circuit 1IOMESTEXD:
train for defense work in the I each tub of clothes Is usuall, and clothes I on hand. This might saw Benefit St. Join's Fplt. Church
shortest time with a minimum ;ol enough. I The drain hose should be thor,1 you time and Inconvenience ....................................
expense" j ._ __ : _

Wilson concluded by pointing
out that the children who are now
in our elementry schools will have
much to do in working out post-
war reconstruction problems
Therefore schools are of the utmost -
Importance to the nation and
their program should not be curtailed SEE WHAT MY BOY 4

he sajd. -"J
Miss Joy Lee entertained the ;
Lions with a humorous reading SENT MEA SOX y

The Rev. M. E. Myer pastor of
the Silver Palm Princeton anJ

Perrint churches, was welcomedas OF ORANGES RIGHT i .
a new member with appropriate .
remarks by Chas L. Ooley club !
secretary. FROM FLORIDA ..4THRlllTHE

1.
There Had been a burglary and
a detective had been sent to investigate -
:
"H'm", 'he murmured after ha
*
had been around the house and
asked a few questlbns. "Looks tome 'tlv Y w
like an Inside Job The burg y
lar evidently knew Just where
find every thin,.'/
The householder shook his head.
"Couldn't be", he replied. "No-
In this house knows whereto
body .900WOMW---*.WWI
look. for anything".
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Send them Oranges TREK('I a real thrill-getting a selected just for them picked and
'GET ADJUSTED box of oranges grapefruit and shipped right direct from the trees.
Grapefruit and Tangerine tangerines-right from the groves Let your local gift fruit dealer
Years of enjoyable good health of Florida I help you choose address and ship
sunny
of FLORIDA I
may be lost through failure tc direct from the groves There's something about It that the fruit. But do it today I War-

learn of the bodily benefits ob- never loses IU kick. Millions who time shipments to.far-off cities

tainable through Chiropractic have never been in Florida-mil- .require extra tune!
With so very many others ferlnj has g ; lions who have never seen tbe gooYes, see your gift fruit dealer to-
evidence of what Chiropractic
with the orange yellow day..d!
genus groves
should heal-
done tate-rll.for.Jhem.precious Ume you ,and and golden-red fruit hanging plump a grand gift for so little money...

health; Stop by today.Dr. 000 ripe and luscious-all get an entirely a gift everyone loves.delicious
o' new enjoyment out of fruit fruit from Florida t

R. J. ElliottCHIaOnACI'O& OF Qd i- noun emus COMMISSION s Lakeland Florida



.:3. HOCKS to 131to8 A grand gift for so little money. And


Evelass'sy AppotatmemtMeCMty ArctBOMZSXSAAr everyone loves to get fruit from Florida I .

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1 1X Mr*. T. C Seifert."Just . .
HOMESTEAD LEADER U.Iita40ZZne & X41.4of : llmmmrnllllllllllllflllllllllmllllifl( ( (( ( ( : >
before going to press,
word WI" received that J. W.SSykes -

AND ENTERPRISE 20' Years Ago a >Ul1'r/rtnj a had.jlxfhf ,

i Touad.d .In llll killed--treslbrSaeeideBt.. 4yftc4

was driving a tractor on the east

.ooWlohM rrldaw at Nowwt..d. PIa.It TW MtevlM IMM ON ..aI -.. m glade when the machine over.
the ....tIt 0.. r.wIiae Co.-ay. own ,.... MM ..f W BI.I H< turned, pinning him beneath it.
. .. .. .
I ..te... .- HOW II. 111*
M Uw mouth HrUm BUM and Mr. Sykes leave, besides his bride ,
DIN ARCRRRPrm.ideaa ...... Oct..IT. IUU wit the of a few month, his parents, Mr.\ land
mad Editor momst rt .
Mr*. W. H. Syke. and several .i

MAfJORIE Mangier LUCK salts AacJU: QIIl(1CIAIIIf( ( ( :(! ( / i!ll llhiHUI" .illilmi i ( brother"
-"W. E Bussey resigned and
MART FRRRPJ.L DICKINSON Nov. 22 1'%8
.
D. the
C. Bryant wa put on force
H... mad. society AIh tC RL R. MY.
.. 14151W 10ATNIRNFCN Pilot -'N. R Cauley 1* making extensive again. . Mr. Bryant' work a*
, swot oottlt t1 I&P etsecs Improvement to his homeIn marshal la well-known, and all
SUBSCRIPTION KATE N DK MCENT i11 mi Cf MI9IfWVAimOUCM are glad that he baa returned to
Could"
In Dtd COUou'_-..._.__ ____ i M WAS
OirtoM* oC bad. Coast._.___ 1,12" OWOUSIV WOUNDED TXKOWH1W -0. R. Brown of Georgia . the old beat""Mrs.
ma KNM AM LEFT U& has opened up a grocery store In Charles Wright i* ex.

F........ .. Open" dams mail vet.. the building! formerly occupied byJ. peeled to arrive Sunday. . "
M".6 I{, tats, at th. moot ..rtic.aln..t. D. Redd. . ," -"Our local hunters returned
.. :
rlorida, orxtar tlw act
with deer and three tur
Marne s. 1171. -"B. C. Murphy moved on two
Thursday to his home In Long keys. . Local men in the party -
r ." were Henry Brooker, Doc Crow

1 Unsettled AccountsBy view."Mra.. J. T. Vann wa taken and Cecil Hook."

to the city hospital In Miami -"Honor roll, third month:
Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick \ seniors, Mary Tower, Edna Smith
,r Thursday on account of her illness -I
Beside my phone there hangs a I ." Alverda Selby, Wm Richardson,

list! of folks who will not pay -"H. C. Palmer, a brother of Julia Musselwhite Loretta Home;

The money that they owe. I thin) Mr*. J. A. Smith, arrived Friday juniors, Gretchen Turner, Catherine .
I'OII and intend to make his perma- Sheffield, Mattie Lou Theu*.
that/ tome fine day !CAC L F. JANISII WAS I
fla Nixon sophomores ROM
ONCE MART A JKAWf GHOUL nent home here. . ; ,
I'll write out opposite each name, M TIC CNWtSI ARMY AND Hit -"The surprise party given Tower, Leona Matthews, Kath.

in pencil the amount, MOST IMPORTANT JOt WAS Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Rhoades eryn Drew; freshmen, France

That each hat beat me out of Tuami usa OF FRENCH CHINKS Sotn Ht..ER\TW Friday night was a decided suc I Perkins, Either Plank, Marion
Loomix.
Then add up the account. 6 cess. . .
"Mrs. H. L. Cook entertained
And then some other afternoon,, IF uTCLOft CIINMVFAIAQUS.r.
Ore. 'I. 192
/,y AtTM ACTOR MADS TW gKT KIKM a number of little folks at her
with nothing. else to do, PWJTRAYAlS OF A TduGM.UMtMOflfcO MARINE CORK SFR6EA?-. home Nov. 21 in honor of little .-'G T. West has arrived from

in get out ail the catalogues and -- Ellen Huffs tenth birthday '. Albany, Ga., to spend the winter

thumb the pages through I .................................... per cent, 80.9, believed we should Little folks present were: Miriam with his ion." -

To figure out what I could buy CURRENT I to on with the war and 68 9 percent Burton, Gwendolyn Hiner, Mary -"L. D. Wyman ha* taken .
I Elizabeth Krome Louise and
,
charge of the lodge at Royal Palm
(and the debts that I could pay) favored cumpulsory military
Jeanette Grantham. Eloise and "
State Park. .
COMMENTBy On the matter of wealth
If only they would training
come
across Mary Bradley, Marguerite Crow, -"Alvin E. Campbell was
.
667 cent laid the country
In an honest Christian way. AGNEW WELSH per Edward Brooker, Joe Burton' Bill elected chancellor commander of
would be off without the
worse I
t rich; 57.3 cent believed farmers and Bobby Krome, Archie Smith, Lodge 144, Knight of Pythias. . ."
UIWi Hotel ... WiUkMBrMMi per Bobby Crow, Richard Huff arid -"Mr and Mr*. V. M. GrenneU
New Plastic Replaces M hli __...,**fc U.r and factory worker should Clark. . ." :
Billy have a new baby girl, born on
..
ibex b I. agr.-wat as wfcwwwtt have more power. while 76 per
RubberA his ..UilrM>. AHnm mmmmt I -"The Redland branch of the Saturday, Dec. 2"
... .,. cent aid the political and labor
nllom to A> Wfkh, N B.ltd. Needlework Guild of America . .
ttrarl, Miami, fie leaders should have less -The stork presented a fine
new plastic composed of ordinary power.
elected officers: president, Mrs.E. .
.
bouncing boy to Mr* Hobart at
On 69 cent
pitch and phenol formalde- Hitler's present movement are racial equality per A. Froscher; vice-president the Homestead hospital, Dec. 7.
agreed but 93 cent opposed .
hyde resin la taking the place ol made about a* lively a* a polo intermarriage of per colon and 561 I Mrs G. W. Kosel; secretary, Mrs -"Born on Thursday, Dec. T,

chlorinated rubber to treat army gam He must evacuate Russia opposed a like union of Jew and' Seymour Dane; treasurer, Mrs. A a boy to Mr*. Bert Andrews.
defend the home front
he must W. McVicker.
a'crowd
tents, tarpaulins and truck covers,, Christians. But little five' -'On Thanksgiving Day
a over
for and he must
Italy Is crying help -"Mr. and Mr*. T. D. Plche are front/ Florida City
i It was announced: today by the! his African troops per cent believed material advantage -
save If he can, in their the proud owners of twin born went on a fishing trip below
Fourth Service Command.This wa important Friday, Nov. 17. Their name are
Royal Palm Park. They had good
life. All of this seems most hopeful
preparation makes the The heads of the national doughnut but quite contradictory Is their Judson Thomas and Joseph Lyn luck, catching about 600 fish. EnJoying -

,, original fabric fire weather and industry recently voted thdt expressed view (776 per cent) don. Mrs. Plch before her marriage the good time were: Mr

water resistant and Is also designed dunking wa perfectly polite. Yeah that the government should pro-: was Miss Fern Pickard. and Mrs B. F. Collier, \II'. and
but where the Sam Hill are we Mrs. Chas. Weldrlck and son, Mr,
vide jobs for all-the only sour:
to guard against weatherIng the.Inken'"? Nov. S*. 1922"Harry _
to get Ed.
going note In their of hope. In Waters Mr. and Mr*. J. W.
song
and storage deterioration. The another decade these D.: .Wolfe and Mrs wards Mr. and Mr*. R. L.'Gran.
young pea I
entire preservative surface if laid In order to Increase our' sea food ple will be the mental motive, Goldie Hughes Wolfe . : were berry Jr. Mr. and' Mr Wm

on In one operation. supply, Cov. Holland has suspended power of our nation, hence a I quietly married at the'Baptist Hillman, Mr. and Mr*. Robert

Results obtained, officer state, 'tor the duration" the I study of their present opinion I Is parsonage by the Rev. C. N.' Grleibacb. Mr. and Mr*. Lawrence

are a* good or better than the law prohibiting mullet fishing I quite worth while. Walker. . Taylor and children, Mr. and Mr.

rubber preparation previouslyused from Dec. 1 to Jan. 20. e "Miss Lena Selfert and Benjamin Fred Henn and ton, Mr. and Mrs.

and it la considerably cheap a Bechdol were united in P. Bird, Clayton and Helen telu :
We be obliged to take to
er. It la estimated that approxl. What a curious way the Japs may matrimony Sunday evening, Nov.: man and Eleanor and Lillian
mutely 10000,000 pounds of thenew have of amusing themselves grass for our green provender. The 25, at the bride' home in Homestead Klln,."
Saturday Evening Post print
will be used the Rev. Lawton B. C.
plastic on army While we were clearing the Solo ,
lentage during 1943. moms and South Sea of the little story laying that In Kansas alone Moffat officiating A' large number ' For results use Leader-
193,000 acre will go out of produotlon -I
pests they reported to their people of friends were present. Mrs.:
of Classified Ads
due -to
a shortage Enterprise
that our force had suffered I Bechdol is the daughter of Mr. and
Happiness consists not In possessing labor. The contributive causes I r
much, but In being con "I miserable defeat" Probably .
given are 522 per cent to selective I
tent with what we posless. He they were harking back a year to service; war Industries, 35.2.
the time they tabbed u* in the
title has
who wants always enough The federal farm bureau says this
back at Pearl Harbor. QUI.reporti
.elected <'I I* but a reflect of what I* goingon
of the Solomons fracas were that
'all the That
over country.
their loss was 25,000 men and 23 If would permanently
will knock a hole in the cellln,. I you
ship They are being whittled
.
I DE I beautify your Home without
VICTORY down on both aide Chinese
ports for the past ten month claim A fashion writer uses a quarter.I extravagance-have a talk
have exterminated 150,000 column to tell how to save stockIngs -
they with us about painting plan,
Japs and 2,513,208 mines hostilities Florida women can do that
BUY began. in three words: "Don't wear 'em." and remodeling.
. . I o If

UNITED Quite a hubub was created by What a fine thing Is modulation ;

STATES the new draft law to Include 18- of the human voice; how painful

year olds. This led Forbes Magazine to listen to a nasal twang or a

WAR to make a survey the results cracked voice without accent of

of which they claim I* the I Inflection like a flower without BROOKER LUMBER CO. INC.

BONDSAND opinion of the ten million high color or odor, a painting In mono- ,

school students. Of these 94 percent tone or a violin. with. one string. Lumber Hardware Sash, Deer, Tee
thought our system of government .
STAMPS was perfect; 38 6 per cent I Doc Skookum lay that if he PHONE *S HOMESTEAD: FLORIDA

believed It needed revising while could make money a* easily as he

41 pr cent said democracy 1* no I makes mistakes he would be a

longer working well A heavy multimillionaire. Same here, Doe

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December 4, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paw Five


weekend of Diane Lounsbury nt Whitehead Glenn Schroeder Gene'I The W.S.C.S of the Community
I her home on Coconut Palm drive Lott, Bate Carpenter 'M.'UtAI''I Church met Wednesday at the

I ...- ... .. Johns', i me of Mrs. Chas. Clinton. Mr.
In and .Around tdli' stoat came from Key West tosit
t i .Roger Brandenburg of_ '
Ga, was's Tbanksgtvinf guest Trf Mrs..Charles Becker }s \lipindle "- his family Wednesday.

Mr. Md Mrs. H. U Brandenburg.Mr. this week in. Miami YlslUnfHe;,
daughters Lieutenant Isabel Mrs, L. E. Forsyte is ill at her

, HomesteadMrs. and Mrs. Harry Marsh spent I(Becker and Miss Mary Becker. home.

Thanksgiving Day with friends In
Brady Mill U rapidly recovering -
f. Coral Cables. Mrs. Anthony Gucclardo of
:
his
from recent Illness
,. Tamp left Monday for ber home ;

; Henry Ruegg returned to Mr. and Mn Harry Strader and I Mrs. a r. King Mrs. C. F. after a' two.week Malt! with her Mrs. Joe Colllcheck *f Miami
\\1'. her horn on West Kings highway Wrs. Strader's daughter, MIA I Waldron and Mrs. R. E. Hastings parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Torclse. Visited friends here last week. t
-; Friday after spending several Melba Van Winkle, returned last I and small daughter Caroline,

d1 week with relatives in Hohokus,' Friday from Camp Parole, Md, spent Thursday with Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Jack Freeman Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Severy and ;
,;, N. J. i where Mr. Strader and Min Vati Kufeldt at her home in Redland announce the arrival of a six. daughter Joan, of Miami were
"
..I,. -' I Winkle had been employed foi I pound thIrteen-ounce girl Jackie Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Lt. W. L. Sawyer came from several months. Mrs Strader and Sandra, on Friday at the Kendall W. Severy.
t. Key West to spend the week-end her daughter plan to reside In FLORIDA CITY hospital.
with his family here, Until his Homestead while Mr. Strader is By Mrs W. W. Severy READ THE WANT-ADS

transfer two weeks ago, Lt. Sawyer employed as an Insulation engineer Mr. and Mrs. Jack Branch of e
was residential naval officer at Daytona Beach on another
Andrew W. Palya arrived yesterday Miami are visiting Mr. and Mrs.L r
charge of construction of the government project.Mr. Announcement
In
from Streator Ill., to spend J. Walkup.,
aqueduct pipeline Mn. Sawyerand the winter. \ DR. R. S. SPICKARD.
son, Billy, are spending several and Mrs. Robert Smith of Mr R. E. Scott and Mrs. Fritz i
days with him In Key West Key West spent the week-end In and
Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Waggner an. Schroeder were Thursday guests''I
.a sn and are expected home today. j Miami and on Monday visited nounce the Wrtli of an eight- of Mrs. Nina Brandenburg ol I DR. C. C. RAY
here with Mrs. Smith's mother
pound three.ounce son, Stuart Albert Miami.
Mrs T. L. Hodges and sons, and brother, Mrs. Jesse Cossman
at the James Archer Smith
are new associated with
and 'John, who have been I
Tom and Charles Gossman. Mrs. Emory
Hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Amen of Na.,
living in the Presbyterian manse, Smith, Mr. Smiths lster-ln.law, ranja Daughter, Margaret,
have taken rooms in Porvenlr at also visited In Homestead.Mrs. Ii DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
The members of the Epworth were Sunday" guests of Mr. and
: the home of Lt. and Mrs. W. L.
League of the Community Church Mrs. J. S. Cave
I Sawyer.Dr. A. M. Alfonzo and children enjoyed a hike and wiener roast
have returned to Key West after east of Florida City Friday eve Mr. and Mrs. A. Cash of Kej,
and Mrs Wreal Lott of Office Hews: t a. m. le I f. m.
were visiting Mrs. Alfonso's mother ning. Those going were: Miss West were guest several days
'if, Clewiston ThanksgivingDay Mrs. Ora Frazeur. Catherine Rohrer, Miss Leola She!. last week of Mr. and Mrs. J, .. lay*: I le 11
guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. M.Andersen. .
ley. Miss Lavon Thompson Miss Coker. dot* Saturday
( Dr. Andersen and Dr.
:. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Oldham and Warrene Severy, Miss Lillian
fellow students at Cornell
Lott -
were University.Mn. family have moved from Coconut Angelina Miss Betty Lou Shelley, Mrs. Fritz Schroeder and 1TM N. W. UTH IT, MIAMI
ee Palm drive to 1768 S. W. 23rd it, Miss Ethel Lott. Miss Helen daughter Helen, and J. Arnoldwere
Miami Jimmy and Bobby Old. Schroeder, Miss Katherine Kelly, week-end guests of Mrs. J, rRONI S-tm
W. F. Beam has returned i
ham were house guests over the Miss Charlotte Walker. Lanier Arnold of Kobe Sound.
1 from a three-month visit with her
daughter In Seattle and her sister -
;
,r. In'Boise, Ida.

Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Fleming who
.spent the summer in New York
Another Big Week at theELEVENTH
and other eastern points have re.
turned for the season.


Mrs. Bowling d. Dye who teaches
In Miami spent Thanksgiving '

Day in Homestead with her par. HOUR MISSION
ants, Mr. and Mn. J. R. Dorsey.

:
Mrs. Annie eer; 1 U expected

home Sunday from the Kendall
hospital where she underwent an TWO BLOCKS EAST OF HOTEL REDLANDCOR.

operation.Pfc. EAST MOWRY ST. AND 2ND AVE, HOMESTEAD

Jas. H. O'Steen of Ft.e h

".,Bennlng was a recent guest at
.., ';. the home 'of'Mr.: and. Mn. A. S.

...;.?day*. SUNDAY, DEC. 6
. .F, -
Mrs. O. J. Wollam returned

"i Wednesday from Cairo, Ga, where
\ she spent Thanksgiving with her "WHY DO PROTESTANTS

>. parents Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Col-

I1nI. AMd 'q,:

Pvt. and. Mrs. Robert Yatfe REMAIN SILENT"A
:, spent-Tuesday here visiting Mrs ,
Yatfe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Bevls. Pvt. Yaffe 1 Ia on fur.

ough from Camp Shelby, Miss, striking question the Catholics are asking the Protest
r and Mrs. Yaffe, the former Miss
Ines Bevls, Is making her homeIn
Miami. ants-and they remain silent. Why Is it? Hear a clear, em.


Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Beechamand phatic answerillustrated.N. .
small son. Henry of Annl-
.
WALLACE
ston, Ala, have been visiting Mrs .
IxjtelM rreehede
Beecham's mother, Mrs. Thelma
Yancey. Mr. Beecham returned

home Friday but Mrs. Beechamand TUESDAY, DEC. 8
the baby 90'111'remain for a ,

visit : "Did God Create the Devil?" Who is he? Where did he come


from? Illustrated by colored screen slides.



BOYS THURSDAY, DEC. 10 .


"The Two Covenants." Come hear this subject made plain from the

TVi ii a tnmmbut aced bra elM
tolcwmf nt educational, ret Bible.
cmcfMiitiRf h,', -.gblicxim.
TM'aab.brwron.halarStara .
.. America hn pub. FRIDAY, DEC. 11
lid" 50T3' LUUIL t

h will the be magazine glad abb son "The Lost Text," A large sum of money is offered to anyone who


give. .Four..or.eon J'$ can find it. Help us hunt this text.

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DONT FORGET TO BRING YOUR BIBLE AND '
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I PENCIL AND PAPER

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MR. AND MRS. FITCH HOLD OPEN HOUSE MISS ALICE PENNY WEDS MALCOLM HEMPHILL TAKES MISS JAKES
I' LT. WILLIAM X. MORGANThe I
IN CELEBRATION OF GOLDEN WEDDING] recent marriage' of Lt. and AS BRIDE IN ATLANTA CHURCH RITESMiss

-- -- Mrs. William R. Morgan at Fort --

In celebration of their golden I Mrs. Fitch is a native of Florida Sill Okla., Is being announced I Mildred Louise! Jakes be- a gift of the bridegroom. She

wedding Mr. and Mrs. S. H. but Mr. Fitch was born In Eigle- this week by Mr. and Mn. Melvin came the bride of Malcolm McDowell held a white prayerbook and a

Fitch pioneer residents of Homestead vine, Mo. They were married Hodell of Detroit. Mrs. MorganIs Hemphill, former residentof lace handkerchief which had been
held open house Tuesday Dec. 1, 1892, In Dade City Fla the former Miss Alice Penny I carried by Mrs. W. Hemphill, the
afternoon from 3 till 6 o'clock at; In 1910, when their family con. of Homestead, who was graduatedfrom Homestead, In a ceremony bridegroom's mother, at her own
their home on Kings highway stated of three daughters, they the Redland High School and[solemnized Monday Nov. 23 in wedding.

Receiving with them were their came to Homestead and built the In June of this year received a the Winship chapel of First Pres. Immediately after the cere

four daughters Mrs. Ernest Eb y horn they now occupy. Their bachelor's degree from Michigan byterian Church of Atlanta. Dr. mony the couple left for a wedding -
fourth child was born In' Home State College. Win. B. Gardner officiated. trip to Florida and
of Covlngton, Ky, Mrs. J. B. Pitts I upon
of South Miami, Mrs. A. L. Lanier stead. In addition to their daughters Palms ferns and white chrylanthemums -: their return wlU live at 811 Mad-

of Homestead and Mn. John Rick. they have four ..unddaulh.tere GROUP FROM CONVENT furnished a lovely I dox drive, Atlanta. Mrs. Hemp.
ard of Belle Glade. a great granddaughter and a ENTERTAINED AT LUNCHEON letting for the ceremony, and the hill traveled In a suit of olive
Mr. and Mn. T. P. Edmonds en. altar was flanked-with cathedral I wool with
great grandson.Among green matching hat, 1
n The gold theme was carried out I Itapera.
tertalned at luncheon at the candelabra
the friends who helpedto I holding lighted whit scarf of Koliniky furs and brown
In both floral decorations and refreihmant Bamboo Tavern Friday a group .
accessories. A shoulder
*. Gladioli and ..arde:1flowei'll celebrate the golden from the Convent of Mary Immaculate The bride who spray of
was given In orchids
were: Mr. and Mn. F. L. completed the ensemble.
of hue and
of asparagus golden fern were used masses tf. Mr. end Mn. R. E. Weddln'j, in Key West going to a marriage by her brother, Robert Mr. Hemphill, son of Mrs. E. W.
sodality convention in Miami. Alexander
Jokes
and Mrs. A. E. Campbell, Mr. and wore an ivory Hemphill and the late Mr. Hemp-
fectlvely throughout the rooms
I The party consisted of Miss latin gown fashioned with a hill, Dade
and the hostess wore a of Mn. A. J. Van Matter Dr. and County grower, made
corsage Marlon Edmonds of Mr.
daughter '
sweetheart neckline and a short his home here
Mn. Frank Hausman Mn. J. R. I with his parentsfor
golden tinted chrysanthemums. and Mrs. Edmonds, twenty-one train. Her I
fingertip veil of lIIu-1 a number of He Is
Dorscy Mn. J. R. Chambllss, Mn. yean. a
i A huge cake Iced in gold and other girls, the mother superiorand I
sion
i' S. A. King, Mrs. J. D. Barnes, Mn. was caught to a cousin of H. 1;. Brandenburg and
circled with an arrangement of one of the convent listers. '
orange blosssoms and her
only former
Russell Home Mn. Lloyd Witt, 1 was a member of the choir
sprays of citrus fruit of like hue, The group made a brief stop ornament was a strand of pearls of Homestead
formed the centerpiece on the : Mn. Frank Irwin Mrs. J. Tom also on the return trip Monday.CLUB'S . . .. .. . _- Methodist Church.
Vann, Mrs. Helen Moore Mn. B.
table.
dining A. Waldin Mn. Catherine Pick. INDIAN CRAFT FEATUREDAT given by Northeast Presbyterian
Presiding at the punch bowl, ard, Mrs. T. D. Piche, Mrs C. E. CHRISTMAS DANCE I CHRISTMAS BAAZAR Church Friday night for Mrs.
WILL BE HELD ON DEC. 12 .
Mrs Russell
were Horn, Mri. J.
Sounders, Mn. Zcke Martin, Mrs. Seminole Indian craft, food, Ricks and the Rev. Geo. H. Ricks.
D The annual Christmas dance of
Dames and Mrs. Helen
Moore.
W. D. Coker. Mn. F. E. and
gifts aprons are featuredat
the Woman's Club of Homestead
A patriotic note was added to Mrs. J. T: Martin. the annual Christmas baazar of GARDEN CLUB TO ELECT
will be held Dec. 12 in the Chamber ,
the celebration when a group from Davis, Mn. Geo. A. Wheelrr'l of Commerce building it was I the Woman's Auxiliary of St.I OFFICERS ON MONDAY

the First Baptist Church of Homo H. Collier, Mn. S. L announced yesterday by Mrs H. 'John's Episcopal Church, whichIs Election of officers will be held
r stead of which both Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Cooper Mrs. K Foulk, general chairman. being held today and tomorrowIn at the regular business meetingof

} Fitch :ire active members, pre. BishJpfrs.. James Roberts and ) Chairmen of the various the old post office building.The the Homestead Garden Club
scnted .i gift of Detente Stamps. Infant daughter, Miss Josephine Mrs. E. A. committees food tale to be held onlyon Monday afternoon fit the home of
are: Buchanan,
from the Sunday School classes Pratt. Miss Alice Wheeler Amelia advertising; Mrs. Adrian Jacobs I I Saturday will begin at 10 a. m. Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Mrs. Rob

they attend. Hope Witt. Donna Rae Campbell music and reservations, Mrs. P. Hand-woven baskets and hand. Inson and Mrs. Jos. McCreadywill
Many other' lilt were received Margaret DclMnger.: Carol Roberts be hostesses.
J. Franklin town aprons and full"skirted
Mri. I. P McLean :
alro ii. well as letters card and B B. Pullen Ralph Wheeler : Seminole dresses, are among the I _
and Mrs Irene :
Shanklln tickets .
teller ims from far and near. f and Roger Barnes. ; 'Indian articles offered for sale. { The Jun'or Woman's Club
Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mrs. F. B.l
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cleared at Its
Green and Mrs. A. E. Paul dec.I I Thanksgiving dance
LEGION AUXILIARY CROUP (annual Christmas offering wo s I orations. '' )I enough to buy a $100 war bond

TO TAKE CANTEEN COURSEAt :taken for missions. A covered .. ....... ....._...- I'I't 'I Mrs.Mrs.T.John L. Hodges A. Ricks and of John Miami and|1 t the and (25 a $29 prize war bond bond as well as
Wednesday nlght'l meeting dlsh luncheon was served. t ; I Tom which was
of the Legion Auxiliary six members The observance will end today Calendar Hodges were dinner guests won by P. J. Franklin.Mrs. .
signed for a nutrition courso/,when the church will be open all on Thanksgiving Day of Mr. and'

which the Red Cross will give hereto day for prayer It was announced,1------1 and Mrs.John I. P. McLean. Mrs. Hodgei'I Hilda Johnson was a din
fit them for regular canteen 'I returned to Miami with ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
II II'I Mrs. Ricks to attend a reception Akers
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duty at the Chamber of Commerce I on Thanksgiving.
Hints to HousewivesMEATLESS i rear of old Dost office buildinz. I
building. Others who with' II I Dec. 4 Election meeting of-Ad
to take the II III
course it was announced
'I Astra Chapter of O. E. S.
may do 10 6y applying MENUSMeat Dec.
Election meeting of
Jack
to Mrs I
Frank Rue. DIXIE DRUG Howard
Homestead Garden Club at home
A contribution was voted for Is an excellent source of of Mrs. Joel J. Robinson. Polk Johnson
veterans at the Lake protein. In addition It has three
City hospital I Dec. 7-Meeting of Homestead Phones II IIId 9101.Y
who are not receiving compensation members of the vitamin B group,
B. P. W. C. at home of Mrs. Green
enough to provide for niacin, thiamine, and riboflavin- Rives. I

the sending of gifts to their fame I and also iron. But these food Dec. 8-Air base dance at I

llies. J' values can be obtained from Chamber of Commerce building.Dec. ASSORTMENT
The annual Christmas party of'I other sources, too. The most efficient . 13-Legion and Auxiliary I DE UlXi
the Legion and Auxiliary will be protein comet from animal Christmas
party at 6 o'clock. CARDS
held this year on Sunday, Dee. 13 sources, but it can be obtained Dec. 14-Open house for air basemen I CHRISTMAS

it was derided A covered dish from eggs, milk cheese poultry at Chamber of Commerce :4.. with envelopes
will be served fish, and shellfish.Vegetables yt assorted folder cards
supper at 8 o'clock 1, Twenty
building from 7:30 to 10:30.: colorful,Christmuf. A2i
fr
and SanU wilt come after the such as dried peas Dec. 14-Meeting of the Worn = tacb card dilfercnt,
supper Ai In previous years,I and beans and particularly soy an's Club of Homeitead. ; gay:'

each family attending will bring beans, have protein, too. But it Dec. 14-Meeting of Monday big.due4090g '
a toy to be sent to the crippledchildren's takes more of the vegetable group
Muslo Club at home of Mn. Frank
hospital and each person and in. good-varlcty"WRual any Hausman. .
will bring H gift for some given amount of animal protein. IS ii rww OIl aswutra
I pec -Meeting of UniversityClub
one else. St:11 other sources of protein are I
at home of Mn. B. M. Hind-
Present were him M. A. Berger nuts, peanuts, and grains, espe. man. x
Mrs. Wm. J. Geronlmo. Mn. Geo. cially whole grains.
Dec 18
D. Ruehle, Mils Ruth Fox, Mrs. Aside from meats, niacin Is received -Rotary Christmas, 356size
Geo. W Mm I party.Dec. Mi 31 Tooth Powder
Turner Harry Haiti from grain products, with 20--White Christmas ServIce '
Mn. Edw. Norman Sr.. Mrs. Edw. whole wheat bread or cereals glv. at Homestead Methodist sad r".1. Sot RLIN20 r
Norman Jr, Mrs Joel J. Robin.:'ing a particularly large amount. Church. BOTH /oR
on and Mri. Rue. Niacin is received also from potatoes .I Tooth Brush
Dec. 23-Chr'stmas tree program .
and green vegetables and I at Homestead Methodist Church | Here is a roving Loa can't of 4 QC Tw
AD ASTR4 CHAPTER WILL I fruits Enriched whit bread
and Dec. 27_Christmas cantata at ford to miss, :+
NAME OFFICTRS TONIGHT flour have this food value, too, Homestead I
Methodist Church. ,.w .. 'Asag asserts
New officers of Ad Aetna Chap more than un-enrlched kinds, I Dec. 28-Meeting of Homestead!
I ter of O. E. S: I Thiamine I In
will be elected at the day's meals, Art Club at 8 p. m. at home of
the regular meeting tonight I even In 1 meatless menu. Is received Mrs. Frank Webb.
The annual memorial servicefor by eating plenty of whole.
District 29 conducted Sunday I grain foods, potatoes, the dry legume ....................................

by Allapattah Chapter was attend *, eggs, leafy green vegetables GIFT
ed by Mrs. J. W. English, Mrs. and many fruits. Good BAZAAR

Geo. Turner, Mrs. J. A. DnugW. sources of riboflavin art milk
ty. Mrs A. R. Livingston Miss products eggs and grain products Genuine Seminole Indian

Either Livingston and. Miss' Helen particularly whole-grain cereals. Craft Work CARA MOORPowdered

Livingston. Some riboflavin can be obtained I Perfume

from vegetables and fruits. DEC. 4 AND 5 fnesaasivt, rTer
W. M. U. HOLDS Iron Is received from many bewrfu4 $too

ALL-DAY MEETING foods besides meat. Cereals are a OLDP.O.BLDG.HOMESTEAD ,'gd's package. t

,Directed by Mn. Howard-John. good source of Iron and so are .

son an all-day program, markingthe whole wheat flour dry legumes,

Lottie Moon week of prayer eggs, potatoes, leafy vegetables and
:was) held Wednesday when theBOLLIB fruit Benefit 8k John's E.... CtmrchrDr.
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Ant CO"rTIO Nn I i it
SKATE W COMPORT REPAIRS AND SCrTUIS: :Leonard W. sate to Pkw may."OAS" COMBINATION I

........ Ill* M II*e !r. M. for Typewriters Adding MM bine* O.sssssd.e in br-asklnl'I .ho Joie the beat Is
........ .... ,*. lM and Cash Register L.Y sad a.ede/.e j so powder .. s.-.insr.c.c $ 95 I

Venetian Skating Rink I BOB FALUGANT ad .. B. Visa 84 ... A (name cmubuutra*. _
arms .. w. IT* *_ ...* Car tensVf Fl.. rli ......... All .. r. I 1 00

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III"""CHURCH''' ,, ,, ,, ,.'.,NOTICES. . .' . """

Y"T CLASSIFIED ADS

CHIRCH OF CHRIST ] II

JBC ft-Morntag subjects "IfChHit RATLJlyd loawrtloa, 104 a linn> subsequent Insertion

4Risen''eWaiWsubject to 4Jtni b t
vVITHOUT AIKTD :BeThe Xatt Enemy. .r ,c r
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FOR RENT er-Send nowl Want loads of :1 1i

i eatnaMw emu t* be j cut flowers Then plant TYLER !
IIIrIft,. II yn tare
yi are
a thrifty. War Bands BEDROOM for one or two per roses-send fl NOW TYTEX (
help
I } to tare a4 kelp U Save yea sons. 044 N. Krome ave. I ROSE NURSERIES,, BOX 832, i


Pink and Blue Garden I j I peel America.every Buy pay yw..,. tea per (nUll) I TYLER. TEXAS. t

FOR SALE or RENT 20 acres 6 INCH bl 4 Inch Barnes Irrigating .

On Formal Plan I LEGAL NOTICES glade land, one mile east of pump 1,000 ,aI. per minute f

highway and 40 acres south of .. Direct connected to 4 cyL

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or TBK Florida City canal. O B. Parker La Rot engine One Caterpillar

A j ELEVENTH LORID4. 1M AND JUDICIAL FOR DADS CIRCUIT CJDUHTTIIn or I Alpine Grove Dairy. (n<-13) "1J' tractor new tracks Brooks.
4IRD
Chancery I 1 Inc. phone 78-R. nft-tt!)
No. 14101.A
u BILL TO FORECLOSE FOR SALE
Tn SALE CESTwtcATEe I LOSTLOSTNonhighway
CITY OP HOMESTEAD. a munMpalcorporation
of the Mate of Florida. Plain SHOULD you own lots between
let ... THKODORl'S BAILEY at ..., D.- gas ration
'.. .'., Mowry St, and N. W 11th St.,
NOTICE OP MASTERY BALK I and between Krome A\.., and book No. F.78188, M. L. Waters,
'K POOL Notlre h borefcy elms that under an d l 1I Sixth Ave. and I Box A 135 Leader-Enterprise.
by authority of to. Fl.1 .. IWree ol you can give
t Forerloaura. rendered by the Honorable clear title with all tax paid t
+i 4 2 Circuit Paul D. Court Harm, ofhe one of the Elerenta Judra at in. would like exclusive listing fora {LOST-"A" gasoline ration book
Judicial
Circuit of Florida. la and (or Dada County. reasonable time. Should your| Not F.102190 and F44703 mm.
T5N Florida. In that .....,. eauae In laid I highway gasoline ration boob
lots 11
Court toadies In which City of Hunt. be sold they will be told!
O ...... I Municipal corporation. of the for cash. Benjamin Warren.1 i Finder please return to South

,But. of PlorMa U complainant and Theo.dcrue Morris,,North Krome Ap, O Dade Publishing Co. 14 N W.
Bailey at al. are defendant. I ..
Alyssnm. | Special Master Ik Chancery appointed hy Box 468 (dll)), Th!rd St, Homestead
.' the Court I In said decree, under end br'virtu
Agerafum. ot the term thereof, will offer
I
S for Mia and cell at public outcry to the TO SETTLE ESTATE OFFER ,1, WANTEDAT
-Pink Petunia. hla-heet
and best bidder for slash at the
Z 4 front door of the City Hail In the City of HOUSES IN HOMESTEAD: i
-Blue Purple Petunia 1 Hme.teid. Dade County Florida. en Mon.I I to buy Homestead home
;- Violet Petunia day. the 7th day of December A. n at once. $500 cash $23 a month.
104 N. W. First Ave. 2100.00
1044. between the hour of eleven oclwlc.
6-PInk or ROM Petunia. i A, M, end two o'clock P. M. the name Phone 5J6-J (n27)
helot a lent Mlei) day and the hour the .
302 N. W First Ave 2500.00 h
am.i loser hoira of .
X: .1. the follnirln dwrlbed
favorite color combination and to keep the faded flowers picked I property. situate In Dade bounty, Florida, AT dairy, married man to work
*'( one which li Just *i pleasing In off, and the plants sheared back. 11u-'t l 702 N. Krome Ave 3600.00 '1 and live on farm. Comfortable
midsummer n in the cool spring. In order to keep new blossoms t S. '!lk. I and Lot 14 fill 4. I
j '* li pink and blue It you like these opening ROYAL PALM ADDITION Plot Hook house furnished 0 B. Parker,
.
I. pan 7l.nta See broker or write or
colors and have your Alpine Grove Dairy. n3-20)
suitable
: a spacesomewhere I t and Illk .
Of course the 4. i riARRFR S AD.
so-called
blue .
f In your home rounds a tunics DITION. Plot Book .. rare M phone, Joseph Blacker, 811 NS-l I
..... small formal garden like the one neither is are not really blue, and I I... ll. Blk I. COMMERCE ADDI. varre Ave.. Coral Gables Phone i WANTED to buy-3 rowboats In
ageratum In fact, there TIO: r Illustrated will
make
an attractive are few blue flowers Nearly aU let I. IIlk. 10. TOWN Of ROMP Miami 43194. (pdt I good condit'on. $10 each South
i
picture throughout the summer. have enough red in their pigments BTrAD r.... S,Plat 4, S Bonk and I.4. M pate P.$WALK.t. Dade Farms Inc. (nfl)

v In the center may be a small pool tion to make them purple, or laven-I| FKS ADDITION Plat Bonk 8. pan 500 used potato bags at bargain!
In which birds can drink and bathe der, but it Is convenient to group ... price. Florida City State i SECOND-H\.ND bicycle in good
or a bird bath sundial, fountainor them all together as members of /- 7 and .. R. L. MOSFB ADOI. I
TION. Pint Book I. pare 141. Farmers Market (p4) l''nditlen.'lIile or see Capt
any similar feature. Around it the blue family, where the blue ..... ID SS and 14 I. V FDFEI + R H. Martin air base
a ribbon planting of dwarf sweet dominates. ADDITION. Plat B..k I. Past I.l .. I army
alyssum! Is suggested, though this For a good effect In such a garden i .'. I* and 1<. 8EVIILA ADDI. I ROSES-10 for $100-Send only headquarters bldg. Homestead.
'
,; planting might also I TION Plat Book a, f... Ml j $1 for 10 EVERBLOOM1NO, 2-
be
of lobelia, as this one must be sure to sow I.... II 14 and S7 SEVILLA AD.
I or even a dwarf marigold, prefer. good, well fixed varieties Remarkable MTION Plat Rook IS pin 40 year field grown plants Shipped 1 JTUTORlNO WANTED Wgli'
ably! of a pale orange or yellow a progress has been made The Mid. property at afimald. together j freshly GUARANTEED t i''' school and grade school subject.

suggestion of yellow li alwayi wel In recent years In breeding alyssum I with all the unementa heredltameata andappurtemneea reach In planting condl- :Mrs a J. Armstrong. A. Bleee
therennto beknalni. InIIRAC you
come with either pink or blue. petunias and sieratum. to produce .n, I- ........l.I.. ... ""n..... ..,Id e..or ulafy .. I I' P.jmmer: drive and Country
dwarf compact plants well mid door... - n' --I lion Other bargain otters. hr
The outside border of this garden covered with blooms of uniform i listed this ash der .r ", ...m..... A. D. roses described In our free fold. I II Club road.
should be planted In a blue tone color. 1'142. I
and there Is no better material GEORGE HY.RTKOP'. NOTICE OF SALE TION Plat ....,k I. pure 14*,
available than aierttum. The four \ HAvoo'rT"1 Mater In Ih.1I "..", I City ., HueMead Tai Ccrtlflcatar.rerlMare 1_ 11 it and 14. J. ", KrrR ADDITION
Plat Bmk I. ItL
center beds may be planted alternately Early morning js the belt t I Solicitor for Complainant ... port
: time to I Cadet the terms ol a final decree 1 In I > IS and 14. tEVIILA ADDITION,
with pink and blue, or more sprinkle the lawn. A thorough wet. (Nov. II. 10 17 Dec 4. 18.21 the Circuit Onurt of Dade County Fl 1..r. Plat BOOk t. pan 111IxH.
accurately purple, petunias These ting Is best;, it promotes deep APPUCATio\: Ida a Special Muter will tell at public. SS M and (7 81VII: .I.A ADDITION -
NOTICE OL I'll Hook It. 4nTKI .
accommodating flowers give the ale to the hllhr.1 bidder for rath inMonday pain
most reliable color healthy roots In contrast to the shallow FOR TAX DEED December t. IH42, at II oclkA I tale will ... .ublert b IK City
with
masses root system of grass lightly M at the front door of the CITY .I H..d muse and Crrllstale
the least care, It is not necessary sprinkled I Chapter 17457-Acts of 1935 HALL. H......'.. FU>rUa. the. follow and county l..e<. detail. uf chI.,h Pony
File A-S562 Inn deMrlhed lutes he had at the Clark'sfloe and U, be
and \-t 14. Rlurk 4. announced at the time of ..1.

CAKE: AND FEEDING OF DOGS t expensive, fresh, lean meat A NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: ROYALoPALM.O tLIl ADDITION Plat Bokt I i city Clerk R,and F Tan rDWAKDH(...lleilnr.

There rabbit, 'coon, woodchuck muskra' that Modane Bennett holder of I Ii Lot. pan S and 4. Shoot t. BARBFR' ADDITION 'So, St. 17. ..... .. 11142P
Is an increasing demand crow, or hawk, or a fowl killed by'State i and County Tax Certificate;; Plot Book I. .... il !
for boarding places for the dogs of ''No Issued the 5th of Lot tl. mock I. COMMERCe: ADDI
a car or predator will do as will 'J day July,I Ilofflce TION Plat Hook I. pan 07. ,
wealthy :
sportsmen and city dwellrt. I meat from the butcher A 1937, has filed same In my Lot I. HI.Tic 10. TOSS OP HOME. a Dnflh'41fiJP
scraps
Farmers able I STEAD Plat Book ISLota I
to keep such and has made application 4 ran
Whole wheat and corn may be I'I'I S' 4, I and 6. M P WALKER
clop In a fine state of health will added or It be fed with for a tax deed to be Issued there ADDITION Hat B xk ;. pan *4.
often make a fair profit by little wholewheat bread may or cornbread I on. Said certificate embrace the,' Lose I and S. R. L MOSFRa ADDI I

effort. In feeding dogs for such ,after cooking Iodized salt should 1 j following described property Inl; '." .
" Purposes or feeding onei own be used i the County of Dade State of Flor.
and small bones removed ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK
dogs, the following rules will be (. after I Ida, to.nit:
- cooking Chicken bones have I
found helpful: ,I been known to cause death after I N H of SE *. of SE 24a Redland Road between Avocado and Biscayne Drive

Be sure the dog has a feed pan being hardened in the cooking Sub of Plat Book 2, Page 75 j I Pianoforte and I
TheoryViolin
,
or crock that hold liquids Buttermilk 1 Never In Section 32 Township 51
process. give dogs whitbread e
skimmilk, raw eggs, and and do not let boiled food I South, Range 41 East containI I I Xylophone Pisno-Accordian

pot liquors from vegetables and .sour. ing 22,75 acres more or lest in l'I|I' ., ., ,. , ""

,meats Raw are excellent dog foods reeding.. once a day is satisfactory I the County of Dade. State of I II -
beef
from healthy animals Is '
but light feed in the morning I Florida.

especially Fresh fish good for dogs I and heavy at night probably better. The assessment of said property PLATE GLASS QUICK REPLACEMENT

are usually satisfactory It an especially active, night- under the said certificate was In
if boiled until the bones I *shattered plate glow doors
are the name of Louise! Freeman
guard dog Is desired the I
ot It li also well to keep commercial I process. reverse I Unless said certificate shall be INSURANCE I ; and windows It assured when

dog food on hand to they are covered by one of our
use redeemed according to law, the
!
when For hous'ng the dog, there Is
other rations short strong Insurance policies. Full
are I property described therein will be
(probably nothing better than a
Excellent dog food be I Indemnity it provided at lowest
may pre- softdrink or vlnger barrel turnedon sold to the highest bidder at the
pared by boiling together: such possible premiums consistent
its side, set In a wooden frame,j Court House door on the first Monday
vegetables as cabbage with a superior service that
turnips, and covered with roofing or can" In the month of January,

onions potato peelings, and car- : vas. A feed sack serves as a door. 1C43, which Is the 4th day of January -, safeguard you from financial
rob along with any kind of in- : 1943. 1 Ion Rates and other Informa-
Alan make certain the door facet I
-,... 1 I south.-The Progressive! Farmer' -- Dated this 3rd day of Decerru T tion on request.

. I her, '

I I' Men are lying for the FevI I EDWARD STILING

h I Freed..... The last we CM ,I Assaf far Anorlean Alliance

fl t i T. Ktiep i iI t de here at home la U bay i 1942.'I-'I I.n. ('.. REALTOR


Wide.Awake I iI I I Beads War ,Boodm-JI every fay' day.for War J ( i Phone Ml-J Florid Clly. Fla


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GROVE tANOS-TRCCK LANDS-CITY LOTS-HOMES
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Prices Were Never S. Low-Plenty of Good Valets
Steam a #44" a" is ollns.
Gas be

4 byed th..eada roam Worst I We wrap 'en far the war effort yea get cull la year H. A. CAMERONREAL

pocket and the satisfaction ef contributing slap al a 0-

Dr.,B. Stebbihs i lap .r a knack at a Nail ESTATEHOMESTEtD


Dr. L. W, Stebbins i WOLFE AUTO WRECKING FLORIDA

JUI W. FUgler
Mlasjrffbeae
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I Itill P. d. BOX 7M Opposite Odd Fellows Building

'- I Directly West of Beanlnel Trading Peat
II TeU Ne. n bteUltketl in
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ROOMS AT BASE] 1 I Cornish Game as Fowl D OUT

:t.JMUmy / For Eating Talk Topic


TO BE EQUIPPED I Jie superiority of the Cornish (Continued from page CM)

mom F I game chicken a* ao meat<< fowl and outdoor Jhat cannot be completely

BY THE CHURCHES the desirability of mixing its extinguished competely obscured
BakedTheser strain with a laying train were or reduced In Intensity In iccor.
brought out by two 4-H boys dance wlith standard war depart

Flan for the various Home. from Miami Edison High SchoolIn ment blackout specification with.
I In five minute of the sounding of '
demonstrated dia.
stead churches to be responsible! a poultrr
the signal for a blackout shall be
cuaaion before the Homestead Rotary -
for furnishing the four day roo
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llj) permanently extinguished the
at the Homestead army air ] Club Wednesday noon.
order rules.Exterior .
wen worked out Monday afternoon The young men, Lester Kalch
when church and Melvin Moody, both of Miami advertising signs are

made a tour of inspection with! were resented by J. Lawrence Edwards out for the duratllon.

Mrs. Adrian Jacobs assistant Dade County ap- The order affects Florida, the
Churches represented were St.1 rlcultural abent Both boys were Carolina and Georgia.!

John' Episcopal, Dr. and Mr*. A.;[ 41 I Ia Ir members of a state championship
L Burgreen and Mrs Lee H'I| poultry Judging team and both
WAAC Summons Comes
Lehman; Homestead Presbyterian j have made commercial surlesses of
the Rev. Marvin T. Murphy. Mrs\ their .-11 poultry project For Roberta Harrison

A. ... Arthur; Homestead Metho.

dist, the Rev. O. SeweU Palmer; Mary Grace English Order to report Dec 12 to

rAnt Baptist Mrs. T. E. Kirby. bs Chosen for Glee Club Daytona Beach for basic trainingIn
Mrs. R. E Edwards. the Women' Auxiliary Army
Each room will be marked with Corps were received yesterday by
Evanaton-, III., Dec. I-Mary
a plaque giving the name of the Grace 'English was among students I Mr*. Roberta Harriion. Mr Harrison .

church furnishing It. Donation selected this year for mem. I who has had 10 yean of
.f suitable .furnishings for this bershlp in the women' glee club experience a* a telegraph operator

purpose are being sought. of Nor hwesterq Unlveniity. hopes to serve with the signal

ly tinY BARCLAY I The women' glee club com. ,corps.

NASSAUPLANContinued Pros pup ekinns.Until from bursa.sun, eo4 katlloihlpiaad ml the 1 1-tl.Hllia: ajhyotU posed of 118 members;selected on Mr*. Harrison' small daughter

r earth lo an others ram en soldtara ova bMtar or atbsf ..'r'..... the basis of voice testa; ring bothaccompanied Jetty Ann,.will continue to make
.ailoio, markMo abase ant mil .. -- so" and unaccompanied her home with her grandparents,
( from Page One) gaasr.msoma the err for tortytoodiat sire soar ease measure. __ bakiog '
.... choral, "music.. Mr and Mrs. Lonnle Horn
with that been 'itchslaver. Mover salt, and snnr. and ain .
the farmer mass .
Inevitable at To them moths, otetor. sad ..weehesrto .. Moat
ae molimn, remove tram
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Perrine Friday night I I II I I I I I V
meeting In who have a SWhtlnc sue away are| add] oacrtums aa. node. Add
a* farmer cannot afford to invest I submit the followloc nolpwCh.oolate now sradomlly. mlxlaar _II. ChlU I
Chip Money Cosfclee mull Arm ononch te nO. BoO wry
in a crop: and gamble on labor for thin on lightly sea" hoard. Cut I
harvesting. H ale batter or othW sbdrtsnlogto with norad t% lath onttor. she on 51, *
sap money greased.baking shoot hi moderate I I
r mm
The flat statement that Dade 1 see. wen bsat.a
tsar F) I* minutes Rove from
growers will not plant crop: to I% ...".".Awe. pan Cool ttor. m oooky I Regular Inspectionof
rot In the field for lack of labor twsup t..pa..eda- jar_JUkos I la done eotktoo". I
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together with the FSA tabor contract I a.-I shoeolats I1M. I
revised to meet local conditions amps N! eap'atftol flour
sup choppy Ml Mate le teaspoon doeblooseth b.tcfas I
was given CongressmanCannon s Your Car
1 taaajMxHi vanilla powder .
at Friday' meeting to Cnam .hortmlne:. add bossy green. ; 1 1I I IJ6
to official Washington. I ally and roast together wit light op k or Mbr nhortnsing I
present and fluffy Add and mix thor.urtly squares iinnrMUaod ekoodlMot .
Cannon plan to return to the Sift BOOT once measure, add sup near I ..i'May.
capital within few day, Chand. alt ana coda and art Main AH t eggs wen beaten : .
tour m two part and mix won. Ad4ebooolau It rap chopped walnut or .. meats I
ler said. chips ...., and vanilla u4mu I taupooa vranlila insure your transportation for the
Growers' revision In the contract change the reading to "U. S- oa crossed baking akMt Stacbapart .' powder and _It. and Sift ...... Mall I duration. Don't wait until you can't
Bako l> attderata even (STIF '
batter and chooolau I
Bahama labor instead of "U. S.Mulcan" .) IS to U mlnutMt ....." about Add near radnally over to kolllnfwaur I
am
labor specify a 15-day four dome oooktao.Taaitareon. busting thoroofhlr. than add cbsoo"late I drive it any longer. The damage may
period for the government to supply mteturo and Mnd. Add Boor
and raa tern flakes and mix wall, then add nuts and I be Irreparable-the broken part irre-
domestic labor .
alternative
I ..a (14 or II 001_) ,vanilla. Decorate with wnoi.aatm.. Udolrad.
Insert the word "competent" be. .wa tend eond_ mlllt Bake In grassed pan BxSxl j I
for all mention of labor. The Combine com flakes and eoml.n.w). oho, In moderate oven Jol.1> I placeable. Bring: it to us for expert
milk, mixing lla-hUr Drop from t.a.poo SI mlnutaSL while itlll In
reason for the last stipulation is on crossed baking .....11 flttunallsktly _...1_ Remove from pan and
that the harvesting of the fresh shaping ..... with ,soon. oooi on sake ....... Makes I* brownies workmanship in time.BUICK.PONTIAC.
vegetable crop: I* highly special.bed. sake Ia slow eves oilnutM, or spell tai Remove tram
baking ...... Immediately. ulM knife CM snipe above emitting ants Add
or _... If OOMIM sink plane tarnever H CUP out dates and M up ....oP...d
low 1Ia_ for a few omote blanched almond to batur Decorate
very
Makes akwt 46 toaMarooon with date ........ and who almonda, GARAGE
CRATESContinued If ........ Bak. In moderate own
Stored Jar Molasses cookies (1(0 F) II mints .
IH cups sited Soar NOTEi: H cup sugar and U swap
from PaP One) I teaspoons double-saU s baking light oom imp or 1 cup amp and i. E. TWEEDY, Prop. .
able safety to substitute containers powder no sugar nay lie..... Bake I tot0
1 taiapoon oait minutes lonsw.
but the rest of us who pack Opp. Legion 8J.... & Kremlin AT*

our potatoes wet would be faced
with their Inevitable rotting" tural Industry a* all packinghouses 1 II being fought aggressively by

No official Information had been are'geared to ship products Nathan Mayo, state agricultural

received by Adrian Jacobs, manager In wooden cratM." ,The rdei ommlssloner.

of Hector Supply Co., dealer --
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In crate materials, but by "grape --=-

vine" communication farmers
passing the word along that I

"there's nothng to worry about

this The leaion.proposed" regulation, for I REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS

the purpose of saving wire and -

nails, would cause serious andcostly
dislocation In the agrlcul-


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Believed no" _ __ .35.albasopes ... ages of several materials we will not be' able to .


Plain- make ALL of mixtures. But we will
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