Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: July 16, 1943
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: VID00603
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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I. Now Colonel of O.c.s atlliami'BeacltI j

I 1-, TilE WEATHER After the war a ready-made

SETS: MOTHERSFKEETOfORK) recent promotion of CoL year he made the aD.\mericlD'' market for mangos will be furnished *

Donald Q. Storck to commandingofficer football team. H* left the servicefor Off, .l _Ties er a.expWim" ..........., by returned soldiers who will
or the Officer Candidate I while to become a textile ann.6 sherry..c rr N.
"T School at. Miami, Beech added manufacturer; Jn Ned York City, Data Mu. 11I1., ...... Rata have become enamored of this ex.
another page to the scrapbook of and re-entered the array with the otic: fruit which is a common aril
: John P. Neefsey or Homestead rank ef major after Pearl Harbor July 6 a :U.I'I .01 ole of diet In India South China
who WM PRIVATE: Stock tGpJeI'PUlt'iII wbofeott. early editor of the Juq' II ::21.881 Ufl and other tropical bras wbeteAmerican
r the First World War. Stars and Stripes, official military July 10; 6. 110.041 .U\\ .
Brothers who work In business Storck a student at Rutgers at paper that WIt bora In Paris in July 11 .1" SI 110.041 1.60'' troop are stationed or
ad packing fcouee or at the the outbreak of hostilities It year ..n, went a* to national fame, July If e5 ;S0.051 ,0., will be stationed la the course of
al'lll1l MO,caused as an ambulance driver and Neatsey,who had been award- July IS IT '3O.oe1 ((1 the war.
'
air base probably win ke able to .
(Continued Pager Four If 70 180.061 .051
on July
and served under Neefsey it This point was made oy Dr.
register thejr children Friday, July j the army base hospital In !ave- David Fairchild Tuesday at the

M for the federally sponsoredstolid nay; France, in 1(17 Also serving Brazilian Air Minister A.T.C. Chief Miami Mango Forum when he
1 care centers proposed for j then under Neat*? was the late stressed the Possibilities of, tips

.... --UemasUsd and Pdnocton.f Alexander ,Woojcctt,,- >f....|if -'.)W :Inspectiofi ef.Homestead:FieM fruit asa, commercial crop',W w
Homestead registration win be "Town Crier",, columnist and toil area.
dramatic critic, and the Palm As 'mango* cannot be grown
received at ,the city ball, and Beach millionaire Henry J. Top.I successfully in any,section of the
Prlaeeton' area registrations win ,ping. Distinguished visitor were entertained the Brazilian embassy, to whomhe United State other than extreme I Ia
be taken at the Princeton-Casualty I The commanding officer of the this week at Homestead was assigned, was a warm South Florida this area will| have $ ,

Station la the Chamber apart i company was Col. W E. Cooper: Army Air Field Brie. Gen. C. & friend of Drumm's father in South profitable monopoly on the in.
who last year was taken priwnerby America dustry, once It develop quantity
ment building. the Japanese in the Philippine Smith, chief of staff of the Air Brig Gen. Smith was air transport production and distribution ,Dr.
This was the tentative decision invasion. Transport Command, made a adviser In the prewar national Fairchild pointed out
reached Thursday afternoon when j t After the Armistice Nov. 11, brief Inspection of the field Wednesday defense set-up, and was president The forum was conductedby
representatives of Redland 1111, was signed l the friends In afternoon and Dr. Joequint of American Air Lines I Dr. Fairchild and S. J.
trict dubs and organizations Ncifaey's outfit" went their several Salgado, Jr, Brazilian air Lynch assistant horticulturist at
Dil-l
In the city ballwith Ches. ways. Storck was appointedto minister, made a specially arranged the Subtropical Experiment Sta
Turner, chairman' of the West Point where for three, tour of the base on Mon- ROTES SHOWNSECOND'FILM\ tlon here, and more than two
County Board of Public Instruction I hundred person heard the lectures .

D R. Snyder, county I day.Dr.. and..his staff were and attended the luncheon
.Saiaado
tor of education dlrec'j ON
physical DR. JOHNSTONE welcomed by Col. Wen. L. Plum. at Walgreen' at which mangoa.
Mrs. Louella Dolan
and mango product were served.
I mer, commanding officer of the
extended school services, to plan RESIGNS TO HEADMISSIONS field, and a formal guard of hon WIRY WE FIGHT More than thirty-five varietiesof
for the establishment of such or. Members of the party were locally grown mangos were exhibited a
ce>ten. presented with autographed copiesof at the Miami Mango Forum ,
A definite announcement ,.f the IN CITY the official Army Air Corps which was sponsored by the ;
registration date will be made song by Its composer, Capt. Rob- The second film in the 'Why victory garden division of the
today by Mrs Dolan after aconference ert Crawford, ground school director We Fight" aeries which the army I Dade County Defense Council and
with the Dade County Eleven at Homestead Field. provides as a part of the program the Dade federation of Garden
Defense Council, which' win handle persona were baptized Pvt. James Drumm, enlisted of instruction and training for Clubs
Sunday by Dr J. E. Johnstone In
registration for the centers impressive man from Argentina who was one all recruits, was shown at the It followed by several days the M
"through its block plan personnel ,11\ resignation ceremony precedingtilt of the of several Homestead Field soldiers meeting of the Homestead Rotary fourth annual South Florida Mania .
as pastor
Flans call for acceptance of I First Baptist Church of Homesteadto serving as Interpreters for Club Wednesday. noon In Legion' Forum, held In Fort Lauder-
registrations cash Friday until the the party, made the discovery: that Halt dale by staff member of the a
accept as
minimum of 15 enrollments la obtained of missions appointment in the Miami supervisor Dr. Fernando Lobo. counsellor to The over-running of the smaller Subtropical Experiment .Station y
for both the nursery school area European countries by the Na- satiated by John Tower, mange ,
for the Miami
and the day care recreation pro Baptist Assorts. zis, the crumbling of France, the propagation expert of Homestead ,
ton The unfinished
gram magnificent MUST STUDY U.s. unmistakable designs of Hitler on and drew 71 enthusiast Forty-
church
building monument to
The nursery school will pro.1 I extending his European "victories"to five varieties of the fruit were
(Continued on Page Four) .'Dr. Johnstone's pastorate, was world-wide conquest-ell substantiated on exhibit at the Leuderdal for. :
used for the first time at the S COURSE FORDAY
o'clock service. by film captured from IUD.
the German*-were part of the
:Woman Held ChargeOf Dr. Johnston wilt leave his
on picture.
membership here and will servethe WAR ENDS WEBS CHANGES MXKT1NQ DATE
Stealing $100 Bill Egt Carl Landwehr and Private
local church a* acting pastor. Dean Witt from the Miami Air The Florida City town council
Bob Willetta, student at
Southern Defense Region army personnel, M* changed its meeting date .'
'At a hearing Tuesday night In I Baptist Theological Seminary and Walter Wei! *, new president of showed the film. from the second and fourth Tues w
tile court .Justice of the Peace son of Mrs. Boy Darby of Homestead the Redland District Lions Club, E. B. Blackburn new presidentof day night of each rtonth' to the
Sid U Kendrick Miss Mary IIi been chosen by the prodded Tuesday bight at the the Rotary club presided first and third Tuesday night
W.rdro e was bound aver to criminal I congregation as assistant pastor tint meeting of'the fiscal year ,
court charged with larceny Those baptized into church when plans were made for future '
ef a hundred-dollar bill from the I membership Sunday afternoon work and standing committees : Bah amahs Not Harvest Workers Only; :,
;
were Mary Lou Lawrence, Carolyn ifl
purse of Mrs. J. M Scarborough, were appointed.President
wife of Constable Scarborough Story. Martha Greer Reba Weiss said that now : Available for All Agriculture Activity ,
The theft said to have taken Pierce, Edna Morris, DorothyUooivPhena when the United Nation are on
place Sunday when Miss Wsrdroie Rose Alpbonso, Val- the offensive In all 'theatre of -
was la jkrartiorough hctne des .MA4ej; :. Betty Arrant.land war; the club?should Jive thoughtto Bahama farm laborer are.Dot &nI any agricultural, work other' ;
was discovered Tuesday and theY Jack and David, Barnes.PALM helping formulate the.poatwar classified solely as "harvesTwork- than the gathering of crops, and
asoney was located one hour later. policy of the United State The ers", but are available a* -well for: cannot' be used during the planting -
Y' Oa learning of the bill's disappear. LABOR MEN TO MEET Lions Club' be pointed out, (s planting and cultivating crops by season. Thla. Ia. la error. Mr
Mace,',Mrr Scarborough Immediately County Agent Chas. H. Stetfanl e croaa-eectioa:: of the community :the term ef the contract under telfanl said.Although _
1 listed 'number and W JL Bird,,county field supervisor which fat turn 1* a cross sectionof ,which they are Imported County Bahaman are tlatst
') 'wflh business housseriAle the tank of agricultural labor, win the nation which II I vital part i Agent Chas. H. 4'c said yesterday i fled strictly: a* agricultural workers i
'sal the post office. It was located tttend a farm' labor conference la of the tntenutlatal family. la an the they tan be assigned tamper*
f' art *k. post sulks.)iare the young Lakeland 1 on Tuesday and Wednesday Lion Barley:X. Core presentedthe 'statue of these worker arily to packing house or to any a '
I At of state farm mar I other phase .*f farm or grove
nauian had beuga a none crow July 20 and 91. The confer- Immediate past president W. a meeting
at.$20 to sesrf t. relatives cane ha. boss called ty the A > H.-Owens.'with a movatod tasti- = managers in Daytona Moftday the county agent aid
Seventy-serves doQura: was ie'I otatitocal JMaaaietu Service .of moDlal of hi*' successful,year as.'1 statement. was made that the LSO In primarily,for ....-
\ Covered from Miss WerdroM '*4.UWverattf of PlorMa.;: leader.o. the club. Bahaman are restftcte* from do bamMfetg Florlda'f frmt)1' sin(


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Paw Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE July 16,1943

LT. RICE IS GRADUATED can get a three-day past to visit Lloyd H. Walter, U. & N., who
: I ... .., 1 nOM TRAINING SCHOOL 1 I Washington, D. C.Washington's I hu been spending several days
I } eight-girla-t*. with his parents Mr. and tiril
''t OUR MEN SERVICE Lt C Hailer Rice WM graduated one-man situation really interest* C. & Walter of Homestead ha1
: Monday, July 12, from the us," h* laid been transferred from a destroyer!
"* naval training school the. University Billy and Howard became corporals to a Miami school in Diesel englJ
---ii I of Arizona In Tucson. He on July 1. neering. He has beeatn the navy,

tt C.;P1. KARL KOKKEB TAXES I jLOCAL WAVE FINISHES U spending a five-day furlough 1 Billy recently visited an uncle far three yean and this is his first. ,
!! with Mrs. Rice and their N. leaveon visit bona in more than a .
aIDE AT ENGLISH POST WITH SECOND HONORS tons' Manchester, H. He will year
In Tuscaloosa, Ala, after which' his return to Mitchell Field e e i
t Cpl. Earl Rohrcr WM married i Beagle Mae Cbambliaa, WAVE he win report for duty at J'orta.imouth. Monday. Quartermaster First Class Field.. '

June It to Miss Marjorie Gifford:storekeeper at the Minneapolisnaval N. H.Lt I e Ing (Red) Ruff stationed at the j
'r of Norwich. England, according to air base. WM graduatedwith Rice who was manual training Cpl and Mrs Ralph Fletcher of Key West naval base, spent theweekend ,
word received by hit parent, Mr. I second highest honors at the Instructor at Homestead High Fort Banning, Ga., arrived Monday her with
and Mrs. John T. Rohrer, former.I University of Indiana WAVES School for IS year, resigned last a visit to Cpl e e e.
l ly of Florida City and now of training school Miss Chambllss I year to enter war work and was on surprise i
and
Fletcher' parents Mr. Mrs. VInnie Lee Harris who II with t
ed1ll1d. made an of 16 out of a
average to
assigned a responsible position
t Part of the honeymoon of the possible 4.0, her mother, Mrs. B. In the Redston ordnance plantof L. Fletcher. of. Silver. Palm. the Seabees at Homestead Camp Perry Sunday, Va"
t :young couple WM ipent at the! A. Stafford of Homestead has the U S. Army at Huntsvllle,11 will arrive in I
with his
Alton Whitehead, fireman on a for a ten-day furlough ;
i home of the bride parents in been informed by the commanding Ala, .
S. warship, returned to Nor. family, : \
I Leicester which hid teen been officer. Frank Hagler Rica. elder son Hk
t bUtztd. 'i Set Leon Chambllss, alder IOn. of Lt and Mr*. Rice, .is makinga (folk last week after a seven-day I '* !
hM furlough with relative in Florida Jay Newton, member of the7; I
of Mr* Stafford, been transferred rcord M a muifdan/ In Tuscaloosa I
The bride it defense worker
Hlgdj
a Homestead
City class of IH 1, ,
temporarily from Rome- where he U studying with
In the communication division.The .
last week fcr
e School reported
:
I stead Field to West Palm Beach, Dr. Arno of the University of Alabama -
Bridegroom WM graduated A cablegram Saturday brought Jacksonville for servl.c* In the U '
and Pfc. Robert Chambllss, another He will enter the universitya
from Homestead High School, Paul B S. Navy and was transferred]
the welcome new to Mrs
son, is attending radio school; a student at the beginning of
where be starred In athletic He
at Scott Field, Ill. the second semester, according to Cox that her husband, First SgtCox to a Great Lakes training station.!
Joined the army about tour yean . had arrived at an undlll,. I ,
word received by hit maternal
ao and hM been stationed In Alfred Diehl of
.
and
noted station overseas Mrs. Cox Sgt. Mrs
grandparent. Dr. and Mrs: Frank I
i fcnglind: a year Sgt. Jams Redd, who It station the former Miss Elizabeth McII- El Paso, Tex. are expected the.
Hausman Homestead Frank
of '
e ad with the army air forces aom- to visit
of July Mrv
will be remembered here wain, I* making her horn with latter part
VmXABD HOKACI COODrVQ where In England, writes his pap Hagler her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Dlehl't mother, Mr*. A. R. UW
enta, Mr.; and Mrs. C M Red,' M young pianist of unusually
Mcllwaln of Homestead. Ingston.
wins MISS near DEMEEI L.j
.
talent.CPL ;
f
of spending a recent 48-hour lave promising . . .
*
I Willard Horace Goo lnt. U. S. la London, Lt. Ralley W. Macey has been Pfc. John Browetransferred Jr has beenj
.
N, and Mis*, jaggy Demere, .e e t WALTON INTERESTED transferred from Fort Koox Ky., fromMiami Beach to
laughter of Mr and Mrs 'St.Clalr Third Class Petty Officer Pail IV VISITING WASHINGTONCpl. to Camp Chtffe, Ark. Prior to Induction .I aerial gunnery school at Kessler \
Demere, were, married inyrerflade Vann who WM graduated July '1 '.Vfm. ;Walton, radio tech. Into the army, Lt Macey Field, Miss 4
j City Saturday morning from the naval construction campin nician, whtf Is home on a furlough WM on the Homestead High e .
Camp Perry, Va. Is spendinga 'from the headquarters School faculty I Pfc. Edward Tomerlin bat returned I
Present at the ceremony WM ten-day furlough with bit par. squadron at Mitchell Field, Long e to big base In Sarasota .
1 the bride'i titter, Mrs. Earl Good- ent, Mr. and Mrs J. C, Vann of Island, Is looking forward to the Mrs Eugene Saunders left wed.j after spending several day leave
log of Florida. City.. Homestead He Is an electrician'smate time when he and his buddy from nesday for Camp Hulon, with hit parents Mr. and Mn. .
I third class with the Seabees ,Homestead, Cpl Howard West. loin her husband, Pvt. Stundert J. T. Tomerlln of Homestead.
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RALPH EXPECTED

ROME FBOM GUADALCANAL

R II p h Andrew, machinist's
'
mate second claw, U on his way

to horn telegram from Guadalcanal received Monday, according by 71 Complete: Photographic Service

.hlf mother, Mrs. Clara Andrewi
Ralph enlisted in the navy in For Homestead and Redland District
May of 1841 and was cent to Pearl '
Harbor on Christmas Day of that
year. la January of 184} he WMent I
toGuadalcanal! KODAK FINISHING hour service.

Hit youngn brother..Ray, who
: FINEST QUALITY PORTRAITS-Reasonable prices.
enlisted In the navy three. weeks ' ,
age hM "made the air fcorptT according *., f, 't IDENTIFICATION, VISA and, LANDING PICTURESwhile -
to I letter received by ..
Mr. *. Andrews you wait.
.
t
. 'GREETING CARDS, FILM, FRAMES.
BID I* UNEttlCK. J*, .
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PROMOTED TO SERGEANT CAMERA REPAIRS.FLHGLCR.

Sid I* Kendrick Jr. ton of Jut-
tics, of the Peace and Mr*. Ken
drink otHomeetead, bat been ad-
FOTOSHOP
vancedTrom'corporal to sergeant
md bat been made a chief line
instructor at hit Meridian, Miss, Home'Build Phone 26&'
baa where he it mechanic with I
a bomber iquadron
e .

PFD McCONNELL SINGS --
WITH CHORUS ON RADIO I IPfa.

Wnv McConnelL who It
I
studying engineeringat the An-
deraon Organldation ID*.to* An I
gales, WM one of a chorus of fifty
soldiers that tang on a NBC RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZERSConsult .,
broadcast from Hollywood on July
p 6, TIll chorus made two radio appearance
and was entertained at
dinner by NBC.
Bill, the only ton 'of Mr, and e ,
Mr*. W. T McConnell of Homestead .
will complete nil course .
early In August He and a friend "
will be guest this weekend of \ us about fertilizer requirements v .
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Carter, ton your ,
and daughter-in-law of Mr and '
Mrs. E. A. Carter of Homestead for the coming year.
r providing we are act restricted,," :
_' be wrote hit parent In a recent
letter. 'The younger Caftan live and shortages '
Due to government regulation " '
e
neat &M Angeles where Mr. Carter L. .,
.boyhood friend of Bill's, .. ,' ';

ta. a. .detent worker. e ePfc. .. .f of several materials we will not be,able ,to: ,, '. : .

,
Walter ,Branan arrived In "
Y Homestead Friday from Camp LeJeune. make ALL of,our regular.mixtures., But,we win = "
visit : ,
New River, N. C, to

j hit and step-father Mr*. M. L, and WhltaT mother He la,...Mr.,.. Q. do our best to supply:*as.near as possible :what ..

v ing IB the radar,command. of the *" .-.- ...... .- '. .
'
}: fleet jnarto fo ***'-, . will need <. : ,
;
I IwJft
His bride, the former Jrtiat Ann, . ...".. .... you: """"* *i ' i.' j *, ()
,
Flanagan .I Washington, EC dwto ; .. '
k.ti .Is employe try the navy ".. .. ....... ; .... t. ) .
: .
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partroeo,, t 4ot,, getjw'toaccempKftjr "* $- J-
: .blm tb H
V fV. "Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.j
Pvt., Fred Hobart. ,son obi Mrs. .-
Mary Hobart of Homestead is
Ketsler field. Miss, now ow" -
at
'wte tkUened* h* It tervtag ta the,army 4de@iiaefie)@ 1$. ':FRANK-..-RUE) ,k M*"'*f er ,. Ne n.ctefltl.'Fla.:
air tone. Pet Hobart WM aridh. - ., 1
atM en' homestead HIS Is
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, I II I ...............................-. BLUE: STAMPS N P and Q ex- t
FLORIDA CITY Your Dates pin Aug T. j
By warner SevntyMr I RED STAMPS: Good until July I
r In and Jiround II I With Uncle Sam.NN.N..N..N.NM.H..NN tt are P, Q: I which .b.eeewe I

, I I *. C. C. Carpenter left Tuesday ..., 11 are: P, Q R and S, r
I
for her home in Baltimore
'after a visit with her father M. SUGAR: Stamp 13 good for five MADE ASSISTANT CASTUM f

Homestead :E. Sever. pounds through Aug. IS No*. IS Mrs. Comr Davis Dellinger bas }
and 16 valid five pound each
i or been promoted to assistant cashier t
Mr. and Mrs. Maiden Bethel of for canning. Housewives may apply of the First National Bank of
I to their local board for additional -, t
aMBBVl j Rock Harbor were guests Saturday Homestead. Mn. OUlng has
Upon completion of the Puerto Mia Catherine Sheffield has enlisted of Mr. and Mrs. FrtU Schroe- ration If Becesaery. I been associated with the bank for r.
Rico construction project In which In the WAC and will leaveJuly der. COFFEE: Stamp 21 good for' six months.
they have been employed, Mom.stead .-' 22 for training at Fort Ogle- one pound through July 31
resident are' returning thorpe. Mien-aheffield..who I* as. Mrs. A. B. Langham and Children FUEL OIL: Coupon a valid UU BCTCHINSON EM DOCS {

home. Coming in within,the put IQCI,eel wit)) a Miami newspaper, Marjorie, Wayne and, Audrey Sept MlGASOLINE Mr. and Mn. A. W. Hutcbtnaea
week were.Mr. and Mrs.. Robert formerly made.. her.. ,home. In-, florMa of Fort Pierce wera guests : A-coupoa I good returned Saturday from Jack* 1
P. Mann and daughter,Bobby Jo,: ..City of Mr. and Mrs. J. S..Care several for Jhree gallon through July,1L _vIDe where they attended the ,
M.'and In.Ban .. \ JPhyUis Mr ,and Mr*, Mrt.'W Ewing and'son Albert ,boot valid through Oct. IL Taylor
A..O.-Buck and ion, Jack Jennet, Hlnman, Jr..are expected to'"- Mrs. Calvin Norman ha returned I r
,,Mr. 'at\cI.'Mr&/Carr Unwdy and turn this'week-dkd'trom'AUMitat to:her horne lq Perry Ha.s .

chlUreorChss. E. Fortenberry and and ManhallvUle, Oa.. where they
: Was Mary Becker of Miami Is
Rodney Roberts.A have been 'rtsnrjjf| relative
; + y visiting, relatives her* this week.
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Walter Wets..' P $4ent..of,' '-. .pertj"to're F. H* Woods"are. r. Mid 'Unt[ll ,AngclinL; 1* 'emloyd Home Estate
fodlaoi Diatrlct'LW rn ttnt week
Quo; and.; (> at Tlsdale't grocery.f .
W. H. Owens, Immediate put from' ,their;racl OIL- .:...Woods .

president; will leave for Cleveland. was, a guest of reUtlve* In fAtifaKnt I. Mri. Alma Doxte Md Mrs. Nina
.: .'tomorrow to attend. thean- and Mr. sood* .vMtedxIii Brandenburg of Miami were Wh i s.me. inriting con fort.
.
Oblo'.nef attends the anrwhrelV
I' Dual convention. of.Uoni Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.R .'
rooms
Expansive five '
Ufinf.
' in ,
i :national( union of the-Rainbow-DCvfrlon. '
; E. Scott. Mrs. Oeo. Zellner of
I" 11\t.r'1,Tulsa. Okla., < Y", Birmingham a guest Thun- large bedrooms. Unfurnished.

I, A daughter was born",to :; 'and if :day,,and Mis Joanne Ooxsee visited I n t ere. tint and hospitable
Tit Mrs, Ceo Lorjotf
Rev?
and Mrs. ,Art 'McKeeFriday of : them several day*'last week grounds. ,Over silt acres in plot.
of sotl
i bit week at 'the James Archer of T.IIire' gutst* thelr
Smith Hospital I . and dauhter-ln-tW.I Mr. and WW : Garage small cottage quarters
Ceo. Lorton. hJ! .of Homestead; Dr Leonard,W..HaaklifltMtMhefeff for help $ ,OOO' with terms if
V !. ... -*--
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holfertyleft Mr. and Mn. .(.. L. Field have Intent .. ignites d desired.,
Tuesday on a ilx-week vacation -
returned from Memphis wheretheyvisited
trip. They will visit their theirison and dau h- .,.GLASSESTke Eleanor Froscher
daughter Mrt. Floyd Arpan, laZVarortan : "" Flows 00,6001., "a.ai. .
.
ta .ln.law. Mr. red Mr* Earl : .
: Ill.. and their son-ln- c :. .. .. .. .
liw and diufhter. Mr. and Mn, Field. --atCajrt +- G.-r-: Registered Real Estate Broker
Killer Crow In Chicago, and on .
and Mn. Earl: Martin have
U .. Flacler Ave. Beaxstetrheae ,
the home will top to gee
way returned to thel Mn. Holferty' brother-in-law and I' land rd after spending six weeks Deal step yew war,Dead tlJ-J, 1114lufteet'IE -
sister Dr. Francis Tucker and Dr. In Bloonrington. Ill. where Mn .t Ihyrou lavlags. at i1 Zveryseldisr
Emma: Tucker, who have chargeof ; Martin was under the care of II a I....._&er.rig-
the hospital at a nondenomi- a specialist Her health U reported are a Nt p.ursetf. '
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national school In 'Pine Mount,' much ,
to be Improved I
Ky. They plan alto to atop In 1

Montreal, N. C.. to attend the two-i Mn. Laban: Bishop Jr., and
week Bible conference of the daughter, Karen and Mn AE.
Southern Preabytrlin Asanably.Mrs. .; Smith and children. Cart and
Arpan the former Mlu Eleanor HEN
I Juanita, have returned from Ten-
Holferty took Prof. Arpan'lJIIIW llle, O4 where they visited relatives ,
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Journalism Northwestern University I WARTIME ElECTRIC
this summer when he entered Miss Anna Ma* RuaaeU'and
the Great Lakes naval trainIng Bob Russell left Wednesday for I

school. their home In Lake Worth aftera "

ard Mn, are T.visiting E. Kirby-. relatives and ion in How.Da. Mn.visit I, H.at podson.the home of Mr. and @ @@@m0Qill I millw'if I ,


mascua, Ca.Mrt. Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Neeley and; f
son, Donald, returned Saturday
t M. r. White returned from from Lakeland where they were
} South Point, O. on Monday. She the guests of relatives.
had gone to South Point to be :

( with her mother. Mrs. Earl Higgins Mrs. M. W. Matthews.of Vtdal. ,; .f. '.

whose illness ended in death la, Ca, and Mia Estelle: Smith . .oo m sl '1I'fI..'

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Mn. Roy Darby. ,
Mn. S. H. Fitch and her daufh- : -

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Mrs. Ebys home in Coving.ten. ter Wendy, returned from Newl appliance problems . If It'. aD '
Ky. where Mrs. Fitch will]'York City to their home hereon appliance you want to get rid of or

remain tor'I extended visit I Paturday.Arnold\ a used one you need we want to help
Fill in the) below and yoaU '
Mr. and Mn. w: H. Woodaon -rrl-t( ; Naranja was help coupon yourself and somebody
and Minnie, Dell and
daughter
taken last week to the veterans
else . by putting more
Joy Peten left last week to spend hospital at Bay Pine .
idle back to
two weeks In Asheyllle and Hen- app ances
derson llle.Mr. work. II you have).worn out
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Mrs. Lewis Crinthal leave
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and Mrs. Alvin Campbelland in Monday New York for a City.three-week vacation tier can be told for Mirage of puts. 4'

daughter, Donna Rae, left I I Let.. do the worrying . all you
Sunday for a twoweekvacation do U make known your need. ;
In Millen Ga.
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Orlando and their son, Robert. Jr. FLORIDA row .,,ji io.v toasreW
are. guests of Mrs. Reely1..parents 'INw
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FROM OUR MAIL BOX 1 to be lea plentifulApproximately e ,

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""RELIGION IN RUSSIA" FRONT thousand blgii school boy between ,'

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w .saga DMo PuWIoIthoe c..w. Editor Leader-Enterprls: tration camps, exiled Into Siberiaor enrolled In an army specialized III:

murdered. Question: la that religious Christmas packages may be training P'Oll'8ll'M lent to
In the July 2nd Issue U the
...Imf AftCRCB. liberty? mailed to American soldiers over school .lelectod cottages and uoIvonlUe -
-l M MIauajokta Lder-Cnterprtte I* an article un.
In 1W the constitution was seal without a request from the *. The rmrv* program
the above furnished
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A1&..it...AC.*....aeJIU. by the "Council caption for Democracy". mended to ear "Religious Instruction soldier from Sept. 19 to Oct. IS, will be limited to those volunteerswho
the war department ha announc received qualifying worse an
of ,
any kind In state
I! have not heard of
sARY "aELL brctcNwx Democracy
ed. The package must be the pre-Inductlon test administered
no more
Now w seraSQBPCITRION such council and public or private kntUtvtkxur Is
forming a yet forbidden" It U significant that than five pound In eight, and last April 2, and to those who
therefore do not know who
RATED or I Mr, Device, the President, 'and they should be marked "Chrt qualify In similar test to be given .
h fM. Cnmtrr S .*.. I Me, tea what that Vouncll" is. but erl- "
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I other who have now learned t* naa gift parse In the future The next Vat
OlfeUt if f>.w e ear l | MM, tlJ! dently it has for one purpose that I{I love jeer Joe" who murder e 1* scheduled for early November,
I M. lJti t rr. MJ*. of making Rustle "tasty" to An\<<. e e. e *
lean particularly to reUgtoM those who disagree with him do From five to tan per cent IftOI'ttertlUzer
aaISW as .excel ..rm.man meow Americana evidenced by thetube not tell us of suck. a constitution: chemical will be available Batteries for tVuhllghU,
81w. ';:;u.a.. a"aw ek> van M tn am* ar111le aa .."The reality of religious al.amendment and the many decrees J' in'the year shod, accordingto telephone, fence control
I. ItT*. ] freedom In Russia today la borne when they boast xif the Russian WTA, official It U estimated Ignition, stockmen

out by reliable American\ report.. constitutional guarantee of religious that U. S. farmers used about galvanized pails and tub I
{ Sighing of the Pines 11'I." liberty. Another amend ten million ton of chemical fertilizer been allocated for farm use red1o.l"1\1
ment (April 14, 129) would permit during the 12 months beginning e e e
I It I* forgotten that these reporter
.y Audi Miyhcw Fitzpatrick "only anUreUgioua propagan July 1, 1941 Although the It require five) mature ..
are permitted to tee and find "
d, and made teaching
This old world U to weary. The only what the Stalin autocracy compulsory: antireligious for all school: supply of nitrogen and phosphates, equip one fighting man.

pin tree sigh and iltfh. doe not mind being teen and J
Although where I am standing no found, and tint Communists aretIIc.nent I Another decree forbid religious of the U. S. S. R" On the boil I It prohibited. "Keligtoui person ,
breeze seems to pas b,.. propagandists even In organizations from receiving contributions of this the "OodI Party" was were not even granted food .
The soughing unceasing M the the pretence of reporter A third from caring for the formed to achieve: that goat A cards* Question: Is that religious ( j
wave-beat on a thor*. factor, which I shell not mention lick and the poor, from giving; short time ago they admitted that liberty Sure, there U the '
Not the spasmodic crashing of the lest It require too much elabora. any material help to any member this goal had not been accom: liberty of deciding: whether to be ,
hurricane wild roar. tton b Involved In the nature from holding prayer meetings -i plished. Question Is that religious religious or starve! !
But look-those saplings yonder and disposition of the reporter from forming group for re*' liberty What can be the purpose of'

are pointing to the sky, the IIIII,... Igioui instruction, from having It Is remarkable that any religion the many) recent effort* to make \
Their' candle held any lecture or any excursion forihlldren ,
green bayberry hai survived Often where- America forget Russian atrocities
There It abundance of
steadily on high. j an pro- I having libraries or read.: the church property wa not directly and persecution of religion? We' \
They stand at strict attention, nor Soviet propaganda among ua-j ng room, any sanitarium or: confiscated the method of used to believe it horrible forth
perhaps a treat deal of It ii due
I hospitals for children! Question: '
sway to left or right. extermination was excessive tax Turk to massacre Christian.
And five no fainted Inkling ol I to In our a great government amount of I* that religious liberty? itlon. One small parish was taxed Why U It any better for "dear
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this old worlds aorrr plight to have more to communlam'l I It wa formally planned that 23,000rubles) Many paston sold Joe" to do It? I* it became acme-
The older generation U more proneto American Supreme by May, 1937 "no church Is to their personal, effect trying 1 to body in our official government .'

groan and mope. It we had HRA a few yean ago be left In the Soviet Union. God meet the tax on church properties. circlet want! to foist Communism .
Ever onward upward the young- which was borrowed almost will therefore be'expelled at a Education of the clergy li Dot allowed upon ua too? '
entirely -
stars plunge with hope. from Russian Communism: I medieval relic from th* territory Importation of the Bible O SCWEU. PALMER

and now we have received It In I ';
NEAFSEYContinued I piecemeal fashion under the ']t. '
cute of war. : i.
( from Page One) I Some teem to think that became .'] ,

ed the Medal of Honor "for service -, the Russians have fought to will J
to French wounded", stayed on the battlefield we ahould ** *** "
In the army Still under Cooper.I forget the meaning, purpose and Shy wants to :wjn"on F _- : :
hit World War commander, he intention and nature of Communlam i

aerved ai an Instructor ol military The Turk fight well, too, .
tactic at Vanderbilt Unlver- but should we become Mohamme- contest/t
lit,. dana? The Nazis can fight well jmpopufar/fy t :
Later, Ntafaey left the service too. So can a pack of wolves! _' j'

and eventually Cam to Florida The dissolution of the Third In. ,
and became a grove owner and ternational la merely a political ,

farmer move for the gullible It make *& Eliiabetfi; :Jtnlclns seeks title or '
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The capture of CoL Cooper was little difference to Communlit .,
verified recently by the AmericanRed leaden over the world and ra '
Cruet. the United State in particular > 'Most hattJ'ly,Axlt in 1943; .... "

Among other mementoes Mr., for they itlll look to Moscow .' ,. ,
Keafaeyf scrapbook ahowi yellowed even though the look be unofficial ,

photograph of himself and If anyone will,atudy Karl Marx ..- im, *** -
Pturck at the French base a personal -' he will tee what current: Russian : "
letter from Woolcott men Communism 1*. It allow no religion tTHE AXJSh-r.p bablj.heard AI '

Uunlng their war experience, and except itself, and this religion Mia Elizabeth JerJcin*-but '\ '

Christmas greeting sent *y Cot of Communism never attempt ( *'. doing her level ,belt to change '
and MM Cooper from the Philippine to go beyond the strictly thatl -
*. material. the "bread", The same \\f -- .,

Nether recently visited CoL true of Socialism their difference i For example "' _, +. 3
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Storck at nil Miami Beach bate being that Socialism: would achievethe
Elizabeth worki 'In essential in;
tn
where they spent the evening same result through more .
bringing to mind their friends and peaceful measure Nazism T* 'duitry: thereby releasing, in effect a -f. '

huddle of the battle fields of merely a alight modification. for .fighting man. ...'Ami out of'the talary

France 28 yean ago. political reason, of Russian Convmunlim. the draws for that work the putt 82% .... .
And both Hitler and Stalin (
CHILD CARE use the urn murderous and into War Bond*,'through the Payroll Savings Lieutenant Tom it a"'."tialnnft artilterymaa. -

revolutionary methods to establish Plan She figure that,her Investment may Captain Jackie In the Air Corp

(Continued from Pap One) states that are quite similar .In help to maintain the-three lighting men. who So KliMbethla reasonably stirs that la ware

* vide .adequate, day-long or for their purpose. t cloeett to her-her two brothers and .her'father. way or another,.the Axis will bear from the
... from two to six yean of Read "dear Joe Stalin1 opinion .
aid Jeakiai in the near It stakes
family future.
) at I cost of three dollan of toUlon "The Communist

weekly The aeven-to-fourteen- Party .cannot remain neutral towards f "They're fighting for me, *o the least I can no>> difference to Elisabeth whether her: Will' ".

,.".oJd group will be given all- religion The Party hat to do I.I to help buy the tools they tight with 1"! Bond investment buy bomb or

day supervision In handicraft Mart an anti-religious propa ll. I. Kutabeth.f L either one will get her a few more vote
work, sports and organized playat da against an religious prejudice says ,a
title.she's
a weekly cost of MIl dollar because: It believe In Sct_" I Her father comma> Arts a brigade of the tile eeekiac-' ,

per child. Well-balanced meal (tee "Christian Europe Today" by I North Carolina State ard. He tavr action Atr i, you, doing a*' much for Amgrica'soverseas ] ; .
will be furnished at the nursery Adolph Keller., ropvrighted, In
future EUttbeth Are Yoe ] ,
school but the older children will 143. p. M). Consequently "ChrUt ,. I in the last vt;0' bind hit stores have at Jenlrin at
bring their hmche Ian schools: were wIped out . I made Elizabeth keenly aware of the impor.: j anxious at in* i* to get the war over and got

A maximum of IS children can thousand of teachers were dismissed pate of her Inveitme'nr in War Bond*. Her the war won Every dollar you caa Icedrather ]
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be enrolled in each nursery school and replaced by Commu I hurries', to . .
I how i I
ha that
explained matter
Which ,will be located la building fist student Th party planned no
that hare been mad attractiveand for a Codlet generation' (Ibid.). .... tpirit and fight soldier hat, he am" fitfur' It ctrl ht youneJ/

have been approved by the What Nllatoual1bert7 doe Rue.tla \ the beet equipment that ,money can buy Wereat there a few more dollars k"yew,, '/
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state board of health official. One have?
I He bat also pointe4out that America tot J iata"
but envelope that OO..uk.-
experienced, certificated teacher The Russian constitution: both, pay -
'will be mixed for each ten the former and the ew, Include th* belt.pas!pled la chi world. War Bond*-but didn't?. .Get eat a paaci'

children' It IM. group u addition article guaranteeing religious liberty : I Jenkins want, U keep them that way, right now, and eee It you mart boost the per-1
tea cook.diiilMan maid and por- but it to similar\ to eur Aroer-- L ,
la addition her she hat tttda far Uack
to father two centage you're puling aaJ '
Ur The petWMMl! win lit, all Icaorider* to bill In CongrK 4
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The public school facilities win more than negative the UNprac- '" 0 4m l'

1;. cud for ttx *..*r froum with teed tMiatttutional guarantee, TIll
'one county teaaeer to' each 31 decree of Feb. 1 lilt boUhed

eMMnel. All *q.*Bf.ent lor Isms function of PI'OfoI.reliC_ ::. .
l and'heiMilcrtft .Will be Nratehed By Oct.' I*.' 1'H,' another decree wn.-. : N Y. JEST$ ,

by the county tehee! boar. Mr. forbad religious Instruction In "
nyder ...1 I<1 When aehel befta*. l.n the. party' (which. i* precttcJlyth : f\
1 ran of into ago wtfl be ... government) tonflacetid err JIM .. MIl!'TMtIR r t, 'ilf
walter silted lied church'property and began conM --" \.,., ... y(

del on Vatarctey at a weekly wertiRI buildings Into such things ISIS aAwrM.a.a to a .,.ata.u.e M ..............._...... ae 14,
of fifty east. each. aortal ttaU, where bWlcIInp I"
r Y child .car) centers' made. WIn left, up. School aad temUnarte : .
ibl* by redecel financing are belonging to the -chart WOLLAM & ,KENDRICK i + ;

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11. 'c un:.y school board. were lreedsiaed-teat ,t*

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I . Social Events in South Dade . . NEMONNOWW. I




I GREENVILLE CHURCH CEREMONY UNITES BASE CHAPEL IS SETTING OF WEDDING .. 1
The Calendar I
IVA DVAL AND LT. ARMITAGE F. BARBER I I OF LILLIAN ANDREWS AND SGT.; BAILES

July IT-USO dance: party
Min IVIL Bell DyeJ elder Mrs. Dyal entertained the bridal July 20-USO dance I Miss Lillian Andrews, ctu1h-1 der-blue tailored suit with whit e eaccessories
daughter of Mr. end Mrs. E. J. party at a dinner In the Polntett ter of Mr and Mrs W, O Mrs. Ester won a
Hotel In Greenville. July JO-Joint meeting of W. of Naranja, became: the bride of brown cult and white accessories.
.r Homestead, FU, and Hendenoaville .
Dyil : S. C. S. circles.July
Staff John W. Bailee of I
U. and Mrs. Barber left for a Sgt. The bride was a popular.naestebey
N, C, on June 14 be-' brief wedding trip In the Smoky M: -Soda; meeting Dor Athens Ala. and Homestead Field of the 'graduating class atWt
MIM the bride of U. Annitage' Mountains before leaving for Tacoma CM class at tome at Mrs. A. D. la a- stmule ceremony, performed of Redland High School auk
F, Barber. Jr eon of Mr, and Mn. ,. Wash. where the bride Smith bye Chaplain Kavanaugh Leyon she la now"employedIn a beat-,
A. F Barber of Hendenon U..; groom la stationed July M USO dance sponsored Thursday evening, July i", in the, store' . . .
The marriage was solemnized The bride to a graduate ef .by PlwbJterian.oup; base chapel Prior- to his Huctloh'toto"W ;"TT
to the First Baptist Church of 1 1J.eon Homestead High School and of July i-Meetlng of Bedland The attendant were First Sgt.: army in Oct.ober' lMl/"Sct.:,.
Greenville I S. C, by the Her Stetson University where she was Home Demonstration Club at and Mrs Egbert fates Present" Babes was an electriciant *
lAtimer, the pastor i a member of Delta Delta Delta 1 home of Mrs. D. M: Brannon also were Miss Jennie Lee An. They are making their homfrtn ti i
Given In marriage by her father,'1 sorority. S se was employed tar a July 24 Woman's Club dance drew* and Staff Sgt. J. I:.. Jones. Homestead at N,W Secood.st.and:
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the, bride wore white silk, faille time at the Florida National BankIn In clubhouse The bride was attired lit,a pow- Eight av., ., J!. i.
and, a'matching: 'halo hat with 4 l Miami and, In recent months,'
abort veil Her other accessories: at Homestead Field. July 23-Open house at VSO SERVICEMEN TO ROAST WIENERS AT vSiJ.J'
were white, and her corsage.was U Barber was associated In with Baptist group as bosteseea.I 'II
fashioned. of orchids. business with his father In Hen.i Aug. 4-Luncheon: meeting of CLUBHOUSE ON.EVERY'FRIDAY..EVENI 9'
Her sister and maid of honor, dersonvtlle before he joined the, Legion Auxiliary in Legion Hall ,-_ ..
Mill Nina Dyal. wore an ice-blue army He b a:graduate of Render' Aug .....Meeting of Redland Mrs. AL Wolfe will be hostess and Sue.Hoy*.and Mill 1.f11ell taryMcNellL
suit with white accessories'and sonvllle High School and the At. Neighborhood' Club with Mrs C at a wiener roast each Friday J \
a corsage at talisman roees Donald lanta Business College. He received .I W Chase, evening at the usa clubhouse, A dance for service met-Wlbe ,
Barber brother of the bridegroom, his commission in Aberdeen, Aug. S-W. M. 3, meetings.' announces W. E. D. Ward, USO sponsored by the HomesLad
was best man. Md. where the, completed: his cle One with Mrs. S. S Fltehugh director Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe were Presbyterian Church"bra, Thursday. ,
After the ceremony: Mr. and training, Circle Two with Mn a C Red. host last Friday evening when evening July H. ch j h > I
ford. Circle Three with Mrs. J rolls and hotdogs were toasted I Mrs Waltet, '
I HOMESTEAD WOMAN'S CLUB MAKES PLANS !R. Done,. Circle Four with Mrs. Inside ,the building because of man of the regular Tuesday.vea. 9
J. Lee Smith. rain. Continued on Page Seven) e i i
TO GIVE DANCE IN CLUBHOUSE ON JULY 24 b.1,
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W] ..,.-- I 1 DR. AND MRS. ANDERSEN held Sunday afternoon when hostesses -I JtEDLAND W. S.: C. S. MEETS ,
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The Woman Club of Homestead I Mn J. F Hammett. Zone One 'ENTERTAIN CLUB CROUP will serve special: refreshments -,ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON \
Monday night made plans I leader, and her aides, Mrs. Roy More than one hundred visitors Taking part In' the program presented :
for a public dance which will beheld Chandler. Mrs H. H. Bethea and I(I Dr. and Mn E. M. Ander. were entertained by women! at the meeting of the W..S.C .
July {4 In the clubhouse: Mrs A. E. PaulPreceding I II I I ten entertained a group from the of the First Methodist Church of, S. of the Redland Community
Men without partners will be denied I I the luncheonwhich: Homestead Art Club Monday evening Homestead with a musical: pro.. Church on Wednesday afternoon
admission to the dance: it, was held on the lawn. the new with a stereopticon: showingof gram and refreshments last Sunday 'I were Mrs. Ceo. E. Deuel, Mrs
was decided telling price: regulations and their scenes from Denmark Germanyand afternoon. The hostesses included -![Anna Mtssersmith and Mrs. F.
Mrs. Burley Dendy and Mn i i effect on the consumer: were explained Czecho-slovakis: All the slides : Mrs J. A McNelU: Mrs W
by Mark Max, countyOPA had been made from pictures take H L. Brown Mrs C. D Faker I o map"a-nt- were: Mn RJ :
response head and his assistants. I I en by Mn Andersen's brother who Mrs J. L Ballard. Mrs. A. S. Armstrong, Mn M. A. Baker,
which was to have been operated I Plans were considered for as*'[was In those countries: during the Move, Mrs. E. S. Capllnger Mrs Mrs .A. Brannon, Mrs M. M.
In the clubhouse: sating in the establishment of early days 'of the second world Nat Lease,.Misses Antoinette Hel- Ramsey and Mn J. F RohrerDIXIE .
Mrs. Robert Glenn Jr.. was accepted -'(nursery schools to aid wsrThe I .. ,
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s as a new member. I mothers guests Included; Dr and .r-------
Present were: Mrs. C. E. Eich- worklll'l I Mrs. Frank Hausman Mr. and
enberger, Mrs Ceo H. Fitzpatrick I MRS LAWRENCE ; Mrs. Ben Archer, Mn 'Frank THe : i i (
Webb, Mn Ralph KIngmsn, Mn.
Mrs J. F Hammett, Mrs JOINT WJrt.8 PROGRAM
M. F, Kent Mrs. r. B. Green. Mrs I Mn E. L Lawrence: leader of !H. A. Ekberg and Miss Elizabeth '
T. J. Walker. Mrs Walter Weiss. 'Circle Two of the Woman's Missionary .J:Hall Peck DRUG =:.
Mn W E. D Ward. Mn Chris Society, was In charge of ,
Petersen M.... Jas t. Bird Mrs. the program "Witnesses of the month's meetings of the circles: nIt AM plot .
P. J, Franklin Mrs. Dandy and !Lifted Lamp", presented July ( On Aug 8, Mrs. S. S. Fitzhugh : [
Mn WynnLEADERS lat the monthly Joint meeting of will be hostess, to Circle One;
,the four circlet Others participating Mrs. Radford, to Circle Two; Mn t
or BLOCK PLAN were: Mrs. A. D Smith, J. R. Dorsey. to Circle Three; and
ATTEND COUTTT MEETING Mn Ernest Francis, Mrs Gordon Mn J. Lee Smith, to Circle Four.
A luncheon meeting of county I Pierce: Mn O. C. Batcllff.: Mn Present besides those mention
block plan; lone leaden and their E. H. Collier and Mrs. Fred Me. ed were: Mn R. E. Edwards. Mrs.
assistants held Tuesday In the Grew Pete Morgan Mrs. J. R. Rutland, .. !
Hibiscus Island.residence: of JAn.H. I Plans were made for the dally Mrs. O .... West and Mrs. r: TBo .
& Pelton. was attended by vacation Bible school And for next wen.
t I SHOE

CLEANER t apo='tu


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ooiSN'r nut otfDon

I 7t be without EUOVVS white shoe cleaner di oZ

*>One minutt once ovet whitens your shoes. 14
NOTICE >This effective cleaner come lr three favorite "

,. forms; (I) liquid (2) pate or (}) calcc
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i f .ter r.r eaar
As the tax assessor is now working CAI-Suitt- A 5E VALUES

PLENAMINS
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; on the 1943 taxesve would' appreciate: wtthIW, ,..,
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taxpayers sending this office a list of 4 non. :x.79 LUNCH


'any property bought or sold in 1943 or tv" PIN JmtetMltK at ere


any property that ,was incorrectly listed ... Mmi Of Of tf MAGNESIA* sI 'SODA r .
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on' their 1942 tax statement. Please: MILK TALimeA" tI''MIlIA FOUNTAIN" I.

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clude-your name, address legal. description -. f ,end lnsuvs Go".,:>'e..,49".I. 'rg ,. .. YPY; .,AN' ; ,F ,

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July 16,1943__ HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pare Seven


Flagler Fotoshop Seta (three classes of which wen held
BAPTIST BIBLE week, observe -students paa*.
I Opening for SaturdayThe I ling the required test will be given CLASSIFIED ADS

SCHOOL ENROLlS certificate. IFOR
Flagler Fotothop, located Mr. Blackburn la assisted by ,
! RATIO First Instilling 104 a to; subsequent UmrUons
'oat the ground floor of the Homebuilding army personnel In teaching the.
65 YOUNG PUPILS : will open for business e. 1.0 a acne

Saturday under the management I
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of Allen C. MUlikln experienced I Jobs Decoy Students RENT I PERSONAL

ShI -ft... cuplls are enrolled In photographer, who-will be assist-I \
Head
School ComplainsBusiness
' the two-week dally vacation Bi ed by Mrs. Millikin. an expertin I FURNISHED comfortable 4-room AVON PRODUCTSIF

t, tie school which, began Monde;] i oil painting and miniatures college garage apt with lights and water. YOU WISH representative to

In the First Baptist! Church of I Ii The shop Is a branch of the pupils ore . Phone Wl-B. (Jy9-l call, send card to loI,.- AIC.. .

I i Homestead. Classes art held from i Flagler Fotot op in )Miami ownedby snapped up so fart that it Is almost MetaertmlUi, Homestead, Flo, i

"I to 11:30 a. m. dally except Sat Dan Meeker, for nine years a impossible to conduct classes,! ROOMS and apartments. Reason- (1y30)I iI

today and Sunday. news photographer with the Unit- complains Hal C. Stanley, manager -. able rstes, hot water and show. I
Miss Ellen Vsna If director ef ed Press. Mr. Meeker Is giving'i' of the Stanley Business College e.... Palms Hotel Florida City. FREE If excess acid Ulcers causes Indlgestlon. you I
of Stomach -
i. the school and Mrs. A. D. Smltl his personal attention to the establishment who this week announced pains I
.' Heartburn. 9elchlnC.
( and Mrs. T. T. Bowen have chars of the Homestead shop I the employment of five of Ms FOR SALE Gas
Bloating, Nausea, PaJns
I of art projects Teachers in thi which he says is not a duration students by business firms. at
free Udga,
gt temple,
Intermediate\ department are MnHarry venture but the result of his observation Mrs. R. R. Kinard went to work $2,000 J-door Willys-Knight sedan, Brown'i Pharmacy. (pJ1IX

, Cooper, Mrf. S. L. 'Weal, of the Homestead area Saturday for the First National cheep Run. 10,000 mi. Just out I

JT. 1. Culp; in the Junior depart and its needs and future prospert Bank .Homestead, Mr*. Clifton of garage; in A-l condition. WANTED

ment, Ura. C. O. Robertaon, Mn Is employed as private secretaryby Suitable for conversion to small I
Fred Redd, Mra. Pete Morgan, a Perrine packing company,
"I am convinced that the Red' truck. Maurice White Peacock
I WILL PAY IS to IIS for junk
the Rotborough is assisting
Mast Fred McGraw; in primary Miss Bertha I
land District has a big development Lodge, Redland. (pjl8) can also farm machinery.Wolfe .
" department Mrs. WllUriCaddla in the office of County
in store after the war Mr. P. a Box
Mn. J. R. Doraey, Mill Agent C. H. Steffanl and Miss I I Auto Wrecking
: Meeker said. 50 BUDDED avocado Ornament. ?M, Homestead Fla. Phone
Moon and in the begin Kate and Miss Katherine
Alice
Myrtle ;
rim* department, Mia Tbelmi The shop, whose slogan will be"everything tiller have accepted employment al*. shrub Phone Calkin, 511. I I M-J jylt-U).
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in W, a ml. w. of Florida City.
: photography"
Radford and Mlsa Jane Moon: I I with an Atlanta firm. I
furnish 24-hour service on kodak (Jy -tf) EXPERIENCED waitress to servedinner

:' finishing photographic supplies, I hour. Good p.,. Ala
Yourrr People's. Revival novelty photos, identification; pictures Ministers Hold Final DRINK health-giving loaf milk, amart colored bus girl Bamboo

f' Scheduled by Nazarene, and portraits. Meeting Until OctoberThe from government tested goat Ta\ern._(mj7-tf
I Mrs. M. Z: Ah. Call'JJ8-J eve.nlng .

, "hi Rev. Linden IX Scale. Ala. A ,complete has been studio installed.and laboratory closing meeting of the Red- *. (My28-) FAT etna. J. R. Bevia, near Lefts
" store. (dlitf
: bam evangelist and experienced Mr. Milllkin will be Joined by land District Mlnliten' Association NOTICE OP APPLICATION rot _
i worker with youth, began a young. I Wed.nesday I TAX DUD Iexchange
Mrs Mlllikin and their young this season was held WIPING RAGS WANTED
people revival Wednesday nighat >on, Ronald, early next week. at the home of the Rev. )1 otet kl kmt FILM* :elves HIM that W F. A. I subscription; or-;dtor = _
the Homestead Church of the O. Sewell Palmer, pastor of the aAs.e..e. M.M. se w1.a., or To.eK
I Ii clean
wiping
I tiling raga
narUm Cfa Tax CmtfkaM uvbmrf
Hazarene
J Identification CourseIs First Methodist Church of Homestead dated Ik* IM La w JUIM, D Leader-Enterprtee, 14 N. W Sr4It
Mr mG.
For the part five yean who I* UL kM flU MM Miltftmw faA. MlfftM I Hom..tH4.I. .
( Scale has been first vlce-prtsi. Held for Observers The Rev. Ceo. E. Deuel, corresponding end 11oo M* lk.tM to wend

dent of the Alabama district 01 secretary, was Instructed IsMM to haw_-11'_fa wnkra snaresm the with t.1.wine .

the Nazarene Young People' So: Volunteer ground observers'clasie to send a letter to the city council M.eefb.peas... ........ Is I.

ciety. He plays the guitar and In aircraft identification.taught !commending its action in holdingthe Dado Lot.O.u.tt.. BMA rwiox I. N t."n.l will Jjui4 and I II

\. sings and will accompany Mn. R by E. B. Blackburn will be Fourth of July celebration jn .t>Ml,|i B. Spear, wife of a former postal Instead of Sunday I 10_, Tnnwklp IT aorta, .Roan.
continued on Monday, Tuesday Monday It Cast, 11I1.1.. 10 arm B I orbM
of the local church who will aln. and Wednesday nights of next I New officer will be elected at l. the Town of rinrtdi City
fwMr of Dado. SUM of ,rtorid
special aons.An BARBERING
week from 8 till D'clock In the the October meeting and plan TK jMHiiaiiu tt add' proptrt 'iwrr
invitation to attend then Homestead school auditorium. I will be made for a picnic for district i. ilw MnKlraW k sad WM Is Ux .....
services 1* being iiiued to the o< U.k_... U..... MiM Mrtlfkmu .hall
i Uuon completion of the course church families.talned I'k> ....... urnrtlM to In*. ui Mel .
public and especially to young -- -_. _._ .. .. Haircut __ '___'__h 8*
------- will Law thmm M the tick tr fit
people of the area by the pastor, A..... A.D 1947.t "ave _... ._ _____ SSeUampoe
I..M this .tk .., .e 7.b. A. 0.I. .
the Rev. Earl P. Scott. 56,889 Surgical Dressings ProducedIn I .... (FlatsIN

t., Serylcef except will Saturday be held at until. p.the mWaily Past Year by South Dade RoomDuring Clerk B. ITATHCTkUM.rf: ClmM Cs.t; 111...... (Medicate). ._ IS*
r'L OMMD. f'IwWa.Otwell .
t' close ot the meeting. July 25. Coed aw lure _____ IS*

Br N. o. STEmrrr. n. o Faelal ______ ...
last month when non joky *. II. ... M. Aw s. mass
" the year that has just Facial Pack ____ HeCeablaallea
Testaments to Be Given dOlled 06,888 surgical dressings dressings were made. April cm .
I Facial.____ lie
were turned out In 1.283Jhoul'l\ next with 11.042, and February: ,
Men Church
Service by by worker of the South Dade third with 7,204.FALNER . S. L Kendrick Tearfe ______ M

Red Cross room, reports Mr*.. LeeH. Mustache Trh _____ leBUSH'S
Twenty-five water-proof New Lehman surgical dressings TO PREACHThe msnci: or TBS II
Testaments have been presentedto '
I of First Methedlit chaiman. The staff gave M7.5 I Rev. O. Sewell Palmer, pastor rues:
the -
service men
,-, hours during the year of First Methodist Church ol .1
.
Church of Homestead reports Birth Certificates sad ether .*. .
The peak of production was atr Homestead, who hat been 111 for
/ :. O. Wynn who has charge vmeil acknowledged and wit
a number of weeks expects to -
of the project. fused, BarberShop
return to his pulpit Sunday morn*
1 These Testaments are availablet
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. aU service men connected with tag.Homestead Chaplain Field Kavanaugh will conduct Loy theevening oi Odd FeJhw BU(. 0,.. Clef Baa
l
the'cnurch and one will be mailed iltt.IIIJSpt'17 service N. W. Id St. BeaMsteaaX fla.
. to each of them upon receipt olhi .

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: EVENTS Your Purses I I II

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nlpg dance this week. Mrs. Burley -I
ANew
Dendy. Mrs. Ceo. H. FltxJpatrictoand -11\ -

Mr H. A. Aman wen
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In ehafge.of the mack bar, Mri Furniture

Gees,C. Turner checked hats, Mrs.Chris .. r ,
'> Petersen. greeted guests st ,
the door, and Mn B. E. Vihlen from old withZAN'Z'LAC ,

toc*' rare of the Juke box. Others / I

aaalstlng were Mn. Fred Suber, rt'KSE-rLANNED. TOO ,
Mrs Lawrence Tope and Mrs. L We will help you to find a home E {

1% Field. planned to meet your family" I 1 1a

Min Cecilia Harper, directed needs-in style siie location,,,
QUICK DKYINOENAMEL
games on Wednesday., plng-pon room arrangement;and to fit your 1

' night at the USO. Mrs C. T. Harper purse in price, financing and k

and Mrs. Fred Redd, hodeu- terms. Why not phone us right

0.*, were assisted also by M..... COMO IN MIGHT now?

Millard Caddis and .Mis TberesiJtedd. ST COLOIII
*AMTOM CAN AMY IT

. Ii; Membert of the Altar Society *$ AC1S OLD PMCn EDf.SmiNGU.TOH C

oi the Sacred HMrt.Crnjrch, sponsored

the dance Thursday evenlnik

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Last Saturday -evening Mr:'3.
I v .'SrfherhaJn, Mrs R. A.' Holmes ,: ,1 jWr ttMtON

k 'ad Mrs Ceo. P. Wright served Per rr.mplCAB I/Ut<, !'.

Hajah fruit punch, bome-madi BrRoltr Lumber Co.

CasMes- and cakes furnished b> OMf IN | Or.iwi
r Matnd''Neighborhood 'Club.as' >"baa! fl I SERVICE.

.] 8,. E. VTplen wss-Jtt charge i j y Ifrestead, Fla.TC1Nr ) nu FitKKirnoNs noM ANT DOCTOR

et(At! Joke-box and Mr*. VlqcmlJ ) .... at reasonable rates O* TOUR OWM CHOOSING
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< Marls emitted) in entertaining

' Day Phone ........... 9108 CLASSES off eASYTiteMSBRACKIN'S

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::, DPiiTiii8.WC. L IN OX Night Phone ........ '389

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